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.P. and D.L. for co. Tyrone ; sits in the House of




Lonls as Lord Ranfurly, U.K., cr. 18'2G. — Northland
House, Dimgannon, co. Tyrone : Carlton Club, s.w. ;
R. Yacht Squadron, Cowes; 33, Lennox Gardens, s.yf.

Heir, his grandson Thomas Daniel, Visconnt Northland, elder ;
son of Thomas Uchter Caulfeild. Viscount Northland,
a Knight ol Grace of the Order of St. John of Jenifalem,
Lieut. Heserve of Offlcers, and temp. Capt. in the Army,
late Lieut. Coldstream Guards, who d. (killed in action)
1916, by Hilda Susan Ellen, (who m. 2udly 1917, as his 2nd
wife, the Hon. Geoffrey Edward Mills, temp. Actinc Oon.m.
R. Naval Vol. Reserve, who d. 1917, and 3rdly 1918 Jolin
Stewart Michael Waidell, Esq., M.B.E., Lieut. 10th R.
Hussars), younger dau. of Sir Daniel Cooper, 2nd Bai-t. ;
b. 1913.

RANGER, Sir (Alfred) Washington Guest,
Knt., D.C.L.-Cr. 1918.
Eldest son of the late Josiah Eanger, Esq., of Ashdown
Park, Sussex, by Susannah Dyer, who d. 1892, dau. of
the late George Dyer Vincent, Esq. ; b. 1848 ; m. 1893
Alice Elizabeth, who d. 1911, eldest dau. of the late
Jonathan Chambers, Esq., of Bendigo, Australia, Sir
Washiugton Banger, who was educated at Bristol Gram-
mar School, at the Coll. for the Higher Education of
the Blind, Worcester, and at Worcester Coll., Oxford
(B.A. 1875, B.C.L. 1876, M.A. 1879, D.C.L. 1881), and
admitted a Solicitor 1879, is a Member of the legal firm
of Messrs. Eanger, Burton & Frost, Feiichurch Street,
of St. Dunstan's Blinded Soldiers and Sailors CareCom-
mittee, and of the Council of the Barclay Home and
School for Blind and partially Blind Girl's, Brighton ;
Chairman of the National Institute for the Blind;
Solicitor to the Salvation Army ; Governor and Hon.
Secretary to the Governors of t'lie Coll. for the Higher
Education of the Blind, Worcester ; Hon. Secretary to
the Trustees of the Scholarship Fund for Blind Boys
(now taken over by the Gardner's Trustees) ; Fellow of
and Hon. Solicitor to the Coll. of Teachers of the Blind ;
Hon. Solicitor to the Metropolitan Union of Societies
for the Blind, &c.— 26, U'arknm, Road, S. Croydon,
Surrey ; New City Cluh, e.g. ; Unia/i Club, Oxford.

RANKIN, Sir (James) Reginald Lea, Bart.,
P.R.G.S., F.R.Hist. S., of Bryngwyn, and
Lyston Conrt, Herefordshire. — Cr. 1898.
Eldest son of Sir James Rankin, 1st Bart., by Annie
Laura, dau. of the late Christopher Bushell, Esq., of
Hinderton, Cheshire; b. 1871; s 1915; ?n. 1896 the
Hon. Nest Rice, 2nd dau. of Arthur de Cardonnel, 6th
Lord Dynevor. Sir Reginald Rankin, who was educated
at Eton and atC.C.C, Oxford (B.A. 1896, M.A. 1901),
and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1899, is a
J.P. and D.L. for Herefordshire, a J.P. for Gloucester-
shire, Lieut.-Col. ret., late Coram. 1st Batt. Hereford-
shire Regt., and the Author of ' A Subaltern's Letters
to his Wife,' &c. ; was Assistant Private Secretary to
the Secretary of State for the Colonies 1903-4, War
Correspondent for "The Times" in Morocco 1908
and with the Bulgarian Forces 1912. and temp. Major
W. Kent Yeo. \'d\o.—Bryngvyn, Hereford; White's
Club, s.w.

Heir, hi£

. Hubert Charles Rhys, h. 1899.

RANKIN, Major William Black, of Auchen-
gray, and Cleddans, Lanarkshire ; and of
Otter, Argyllshire.
Only surviving son of Patrick Rankin, Esq., J.P., of
Auchengray, Cleddans, and Garngibbock, Lanarkshire,
who d. 1887, by Helen, dau. of the late William Black,
Esq., of Brownieside, Lanarkshire; b. 1866; s. his
brotlier Matthew 1896. Major Rankin, who was
educated at Edinburgh Univ., and admitted a Writer
to H.M.'s Signet 1889, is a Magistrate for Lanark-
shire, and Major ret., late 4th Batt. Highland L.I. —
Cleddans, near Airdrie, N.B.

RANKINE, Professor John, K.C, LL.D., of
Threepwood, Roxburghshire; and of Bas-
sendean, Berwickshire.
Eldest son of the late Rev. John Eankine, D.D.,
Minister of Sorn, Ayrshire, and nephew of the late
Charles Simsou, Esq., of Threepwood, and of Bassen-
dean ; b. 1846 ; s. his uncle Charles Simson, Esq., at
Bassendean 1872 and his younger brother Charles
Simson Rankine-Simson, Esq., J.P., W.S., at Threep.
wood 1911. Professor Rankine, who was educated at
Ayr and Edinburgh Academies and at Edinburgh (M.A.
1865, Hon. LL.D. Glasgow 1892) and Heidelberg
Univs., admitted a Member of the Scottish Faculty
of Advocates 1869, appointed a Q.C. 1897, and has
been Professor of Scots Law in Edinburgh Univ.
since 1888, is a Magistrate for Berwickshire. —
23, Ainslie Place, Edinburgh ; Threepwood, Lauder ;
R. Societies' Club, s.w. ; University, and Scottish Con-
servative Clubs, Edinburgh.

RANKINE, of Dudhope, Forfarshire. See


RANKSBOROUGH, Lord (John Fielden
BEOCKLEHaEST, C.B., C.V.O.)— Cr. 1914.

Eldest son of Henry Brocklehurst, Esq., of Foden
Bank, Cheshire, who d. 1870, by Anne, 2nd dau. of the
late John Fielden, Esq., M.P.; b. 1852; m. 1878
Louisa Alice, 2nd dau. of the late Hon. Lawrence
Parsons. Lord Ranksborough, who was educated at
Rugby and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1873),
is an Hon. Major Gen. ret., late R. Horse Guards, Hon.
Col. 5th Batt. Leicestershire Regt., and H.K.'s Lieut,
for Rutland, and was in command of the 3rd Cav.
Brigade, Natal Field Force, with the local rank of
Major Gen., 1899-1901, Equerry to H.M. Queen
Victoria 1899-1901 and to H.M. Queen Alexandra
1901-10, and an Extra Equerry to H.M. 1910-15;
appointed a Lord-in-Waiting to H.M. King George V.
1916; has the Order of St. Stanislaus of Russia,
1st Class. — Ranksborough, Oakham, Rutland; Carl-
ton, and Brooks's Clubs, s.w. , Turf Club, w.

RAPHAEL, Sir Herbert Henrt, Bart.— Cr.

Eldest suTviviDg son of Henry Lewis Raphael, Esq.,
of Portland Place, London, who d. 1899, by Henriette,
who d. 1897, dau. of the late John Raphael, Esq.;
b. 1859 ; m. 1884 Rosalie, only dau. of the late
William Frederick Coster, Esq., J.P.^ of Upper Chine,
Shanklin, Isle of Wight. Sir Herbert Raphael, who was
educated in Germany and Switzerland, and at Trinity
Hall, Cambridge (B.A. and LL.B. 1884), and called
to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1883, was formerly
a Member of the London School Board and CO.,
and of the Essex C.C. ; is a Magistrate for Derby-
shire and for Essex, a Governor of Guy's Hospital,
a Trustee of the National Portrait Gallery, and an
Hon. Major in the Army, was (1916-17) temp. Major
Gen. List, late Local Reserve Batt., previously 18th
(Service) Batt. King's R. Rifle Corps, both of which
he raised, and an Assistant Provost Marshal 1916-17,
and sat as M.P. for the S. Div. of Derbyshire 1906-18.
— Residence: Hockley Sole, CapeUn-le-Ferne, near
Folkestone ; Reform, Portland, and R. Automobile
Clubs, s.w.

RASCH, Sir Frederic Carne, Bart., of Wood-
hUl, Essex.— Cr. 1903.
Elder son of Sir Frederic Carne Rasch, 1st Bart., M.P.
J.P. and D.L., of Woodhill, by Katherine Anne, dau.
of the late Henry Lysons Griffinhoofe, Esq.. of Arkes-
den, Essex; b. 1880: s. 1914. Sir Frederic Rasch




is Major 6tli Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers). — Woodhill,

Danbury, Chelmsford.

Heir Pres., bis brother Guy Elland Oarne, D.S.O., Oapt.
and Brevet Major (Acting Lieiit.-Co].) Grenadier Guards;
lias the French Croix de Guerre ; 6. 1886 ; m. 1916 Phyllis
Dorothy Lindsay, only dan. of Oapt. the Hon. Alwyn
Henry Fulke Gr^ville, O.V.O.. o£ Danhury Park, Essex,
and has a son, •Richard Gay Oarne, li. 1918.

RASHLEIGH, Sir Colman Battie Walpole,
Bart., of Prideaux, Cornwall.— Or. 1831.

Eldest son of Sir Colman Battie Eiishleigh, 3rd Bart., by
his 1st wife Geraldine Frances, who (/. 1876, eldest
dau. of the late Lieiit.-G en. Sir Robert Walpole, K.C.B. ;
b. 1873 ; «. 1907. Sir Colman Rashleigh is Patron of
1 living. — Prideaux, Par Statio7i, Cornwall.

Heir Fres., bis brother Spencer Hobert, served with the I
Somersetshire L.I. in S. Africa ; 6. 1876. j


Amy, dau. of James Young-Jamieson, Esq., of Gain-
ford House, CO. Durham, who d. 1859, by Emma, dau.
of the lafe Richard Cundell, Esq. ; m. 1878, as his 2nd
irife, Sir Colman Battie Rashleigh, 3rd Bart., who d.
1907. — Prideaux, Par Station, Comviall.

RASHLEIGH, Evelyn William, Esq., of
Stoketon, Cornwall.
Second son of Jonathan Rashleigh, Esq., J.P. and D.L.,
of Menabilly, Cornwall, who d. 1905, by his 1st wife
Mary Pole, who d. 1852, dau. of the late "William Stuart,
Esq., of Aldenham Abbey, Herts ; b. 1 850 ; m. 1 879 Jane
Elizabeth, dau. of the late Onley Savill-Onley, Esq., of
Stisted Hall, Essex, and has, with other issue, an only
son, * William Stuart, educated at Harrow and at
Trinity Hall, Cambridge; b. 1882; M. 1913 Dorothy
Frances, 4th dau. of the late Francis Buller Howell, j
Esq., of Ethy, Cornwall, and has 3 daus. Mr. Rash-
leigh. who was educated at Harrow and at Ch. Ch.,
Oxford (B.A. 1873), and called to the Bar at the Inner
Temple 1878, is a J.P. for Cornwall. — Stoketon, near
Saltash, Cornwall.

RASHLEIGH, John Cosmo Stuart, Esq., of
Menabilly, Cornwall.
Only child of Jonathan Rashleigh, Esq., who A 1872,
■by Mary Frances, who d. 1874, dau. of the late John
Labouehere, Esq., of Broome Hall, Surrey; b. 1872;
s. his grandfather Jonathan Eashleigh, Esq., J.P. and
D.L., of Menabilly, of Feniton Court, Devonshire, and
of Lissadrone, CO. Mayo, at Menabilly 1905; m. 1898
Gertrude, dau. of the late Henry Daniels, Esq. Mr.
Rashleigh, who was educated at Eton and at Trinity
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1893, M.A. 1897, Bac. Surg.
1901, M.D. 1904), and was High Sheriff of Cornwall
1908^ is Lord of 13 Manors, and Patron of 1 living.

Menabilly, Par Station, Cornwall ; Residence: Tkrow-

le'igh, Okehampton, Devemshire ; Windham, Wellington,
and R. Automobile Clubs, s.w.

RASON, the Hon. Sir Cornthwaite Hector,
Knt.— Cr. 1909.
Only son of Cornthwaite Hector Rason, Esq., a Medical
Officer R.N., of Eastbourne, who d. 1873, by Sarah,
who d. 1876, youngest dau. of the late John Lunning-
ton, Esq., of Middlesex; b. 1859; m. 1884 Mary
Evelyn, eldest dau. of John Terry, Esq., of York.
Sir Cornthwaite Rason, who was educated at Brighton,
at Eastbourne, and at Reading, is a J.P. for Western
Australia, and was M.L.C. 1889; M.L.A. 1897-1906;
Minister for Public Works 1901 ; Minister for Public
Works and for Railways 1902-4; Treasurer 1903-4;
Premier, Colonial Treasurer, and Minister for Justice
1905-6, and Agent-Gen. for Western Australia in
London 1906-9.— Valetta, Palace Park Road, Syden-
ham; Britiih Empire Club, s.w. ; Perth Club, Perth.

RATCLIFF, of Stanford Hall, Leicestershire.

See Peacock.

RATCLIFFE-ELLIS, Sir Thomas Ratcliffe,
Knt — Cr. 1911.
Eldest son of Thomas Ellis, of Wigan, who d. 1859,
by Elizabeth, who d. 1900, dau. of the late Thomas
Ratcliffe, of Haigh, Lancashire; b. 1842; m. 1868
Mary Dean, who d. 1917, eldest dau. of the late
Matthew Barton, of Wigan. Sir Thomas Eatcliffe-EUis,
who was educated at Wigan Grammar School, admitted
a Solicitor 1865, and assumed the prefix surname of
Ratcliffe by royallicense 1911, is Senior Partner in the
firm of Peace & Ellis, Solicitors, Strand, W.C, and
Wignn ; Secretary to the Lancashire and Cheshire
Coalowners' Defence Association, and a Member of the
Governing Body of the Wigan Mining and Technical
Coll. ; was formerly Capt. 2l6t Liincashire Rifle Vols,
and Clerk to the Wigan Borough Justices 1S74-1900,
and has been Law Clerk and Secretary to the Mining
Association of GreatBritain, and to the Lancashire and
Cheshire Coal Association since 1892 ; Joint Secretary
(Employers') of the Board of Conciliation for the
Coal Trade of the Federated Dists. since 1893, and a
Member of the Employers' Panel of the Board of Traile
Court of Arbitration since 1908. — T/ic Hollies, Wigan;
St. Stephen's Club, s.w.

RATE, Mrs., of Milton Court, Surrey.

Alice Gerlrude, eldest dau. of the late Charles Candy,
Esq., of Chipstead; m. 1860 Lachlan Mackintosh
Rate, Esq., of Milton Court, a Barrister-at-Law, and a
J.P. for Surrey and for co. London, who d. 1907,
leaving, with other issue, an only son, * Lachlan
Eichard Mackintosh, educated at Eton and at Pem-
broke Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1886) ; b. 1865 ; m. 1896
Ada Catherine (Nita), who d. 1918, dau. of the late
Thomas Bennett, Esq., and has 4 daus. — Milton
Court, Dorking ; 9, South Audley Street, w.

RATHBONE, Hogh Reynolds, Esq., of Oak-
wood, Lancashire.

Eldest son of Richard Reynolds Rathbone, Esq., J.P.
and D.L., who d. 1898, by his 2nd wife Frances
Susannah, who d. 1907, 2nd dau. of the late Hugh
Roberts, Esq., of Glan-y-Menai, Anglesey; b. 1862;
m. 1888 Emily Evelyn, 2nd dau. of the late William
Rathbone, Esq., of Green Bank, Lancashire, and has,
with other issue, a son, * Eichard Eeynolds, M.C. (with
Bar), Capt. 6th Batt. King's Liverpool Eegt. ; b. 1891.
Mr. Eathbone, who was educated at Eton and at Trinity
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1884, M.A. 1888), is a Magis-
trate for Lancashire, a Member of the firm of Eoss
T. Smyth & Co., grain merchants, of Liverpool, London,
Manchester, and Hull, and of the Mersey Docks and
Harbour Board, and Pro Chancellor of Liverpool Univ.
— Oakwood, Aigburth, Liverpool; Savile Club, w.

RATHCREEDAN, Lord (Cecil William
Norton).— Cr. 1916.

Elder son of the Eev. William Norton, M.A., of Eath-
creedan, Waiusford House, and Lower Bagot Street,
CO. Dublin, Eector of Baltinglass, co. Wicklow, who d.
1881, by Caroline Theresa, who d. 1893, 2nd dau. of
the late George Riddick, Esq., of Triton Lodge, co.
Louth; b. 1850; m. 1st 1880 Cecilia Lafayette, who
d. 1898, dau. of the late James Kennedy, Esq., of The
Limes, co. Down, and widow of William Thomas
Cavendish, Esq., J. P., of Thornton Hall, Buckingham-
shire, and of Crakemarsb Hall, Staffordshire ; 2ndly
1903 Marguerite Cecil, younger dau. of Sir Charles
Philip Huntington, 1st Bart., M.P. Lord Rathcreedan,
who was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin, and at the
E. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, and was formerly Capt.




oth Lancers and Brigade Major of Cav. at Aldersliot,
was M.P. for W. Newiiigton 1892-1916; a Junior Lord
of the Treasury 190o-10and AssistantPostuuister-Gen.
l910-\5.~£eUehatch Park, Henley-on-Thames ; Re-
form, National Liberal, and Hurlingham Clubs, s.w.
Heir, his son Charles Patrick, b. 1905. I

RATHDONNELL, Lord (Thomas Kane
M'Clintock-Bunburt). — Cr. 1868. '

Kldcr son of Capt. William Bunbury M'Clintock-Bun-
liury, R.N., of Lisnavagh, many years M.P. for co.
Carlow, who d. 1866, by Pauline Caroline Diana Mary,
who d. 1876, 2nd dau. of Sir James Matthew Stronge,
L'nd Bart., of Tynan Abbey, co. Armagh; b. 1848; «.
his uncle John, 1st Lord, 1879; m. 1874 Katherine
Anne, eldest dau. of the late Right Hon. Henry Bruen.
Lord Eathdonnell, who was educated at Eton, and '
elected a Representative Peer of Ireland 1889, is
H.M.'s Lieut, for co. Carlow (High Sheriff 1876),
and a J.P. and D.L. for co. Louth, and was formerly
Hon. Col. 6th Batt.R. Irish Rifles, Capt. Leicestershire
Yeo. Cav. and Lieut. Scots Greys ; elected President
of the R. Dublin Society, 1913. — Lisnavagh, Rathvilly,
CO. Carlow ; Moyle, co. Carlow ; Carlton Club, s.w. ;
Naval and Military, and Cavalry Clubs, w. ; Kildare
Street Club, Dublin.

Heir, his son Thomas Leopold, M.B.E., temp. Capt. in the
Army and a Cavalier of the Italian Order of the Crown ;
has the Italian Croce di Guerra ; was High Sheriff of co.
Carlow 1909 ; educated at Charterhouse and at Trinitv
Coll., Cambridge ( B. A. 1901. M.A. 1906) ; h. 1881 ; m. 1912
Ethel Synge, 2nd dau. of the late Robert Wilson levers,
Esq., O.M.G., Ceylon Civil Service, and has a son, 'William
Robert, 6. 1914.

RATHMORE, Lord (David Robert Plunket,
LL.D., P.O.).— Cr. 1895.
Third son of John Span, 3rd Lord Plunket, who d. 1871,
by Charlotte, who d. 1886, 3rd dau. of the late Right
Hon. Charles Kendal Bushe ; b. 1838. Educated at
Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1 859, M.A. and LL.D. 1 875),
called to the Bar at King's Inns 1862 ; became Q.C. and
Law Adviser to the Government 1868; was Solicitor-
Gen, for Ireland 1875-7 ; Paymaster-Gen. 1880, First
Commissioner of Works 1885-6 and 1886-92, and M.P.
for Dublin University 1870-95.— Car«o», St. Stephen's,
and Athenaum Clubs, s.w. ; Garrick Club, w.c. ;
University, and Kildare Street Clubs, Dublin ; R. St.
George Yacht Club, Kingstown; Southfield House,
Wiinhlcdon Park, s.w.

RATTIGAN, Evelyn, Lady.

Dau. of the late Lieut. -Col. Andrew Higgins, CLE.,
formerly Comm. 1st Punjab Rifle Vol. Corps, V.D. ;
m. 1878, as his 2nd wife, Sir William Henry Rattigan,
K.C., LL.D., a Bencher of Lincoln's Inn, who was
Vice-chancellor of the Punjab Univ. 1 887-95, a Member
of the Council of the R. Asiatic Society of London ;
formerly Judge of the Chief Court of the Punjab, and
an Additional Member of the Imperial Legislative
Council of India, and of the Legislative Council of the
Punjab, and M.P. for Lanarkshire, N.E., 1901-4, and
who was cr. Knt. 1895, and d. 1904. — Lanarkslea,
Cornwall Gardens, s.w.

RATTIGAN, the Hon. Sir Henry Adolphhs
Byden, Knt.~Cr. 1918.
Eldest son of Sir William Henry Rattigan, K.C., LL.D.,
M.P., whod. 1904, by his 1st wife Theresa Mary, who
d. 1876, dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. Andrew Higgins,
CLE.; b. 1864; m. 1891 Edith Nellie Maud, eldest
dau. of the late Capt. Charles Thorne, R.N. Sir
Henry Rattigan, who was educated at Harrow and at
Ballinl Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1888), and called to the Bar
at Lincoln's Inn 1888, was an Additional Judge, Chief

Court, Punjab, 1900; Legal Remembi'ancer and
Secretary to the Legislative Council, Punjab, 1900-8,
a Judge of the Chief Court 1908-17 and Chief Judge
thereof 1917-19 ; appointed Chief Justice of the High
Court of the Provinces of the Punjab and Delhi 1919.
— Lawrence Road, Lahore, Punjab, India ; Bast India
United Service Club, s.w. ; 3, Campden House Terrace,
Kensington, w.

RATTRAY. See Burn~aerk-Rattray.

RAVEN, Sir Vincent Litchfield, K.B.E.,
M. Inst.C.E., M.I.M.E.— Cr. Knt. 1917,
K.B.E. 1917.

Second son of the Rev. Vincent Raven, Rector of Great
Fransham, Norfolk, who d. 1887, by Anne, dau. of the
late John Rainbow, Esq., of London ; b. 1858 ; m. 1882
Gifford Allan, only child of the late John Crichton,
Esq., of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Sir Vincent Raven, who
was educated at Aldenham School, was Chief Assistant
Mechanical Engineer N. Eastern Railway 1902-10, and
has been Chief Mechanical Engineer since 1910; was
Chief Superintendent of the R. Arsenal Factories,
Woolwich, 1915-17, and Deputy Controller for
Armament Production, Admiralty, 1917-19. — Grantly,
Darlington, co. Durham ; Wellington Club, s.w.

RAVEN, Mrs., of Syleham Hall, Suffolk.

Dau. of Edward John Fairbrother, Esq., of Syleham
Hall, who d. 1895, by Annie Harriett, who d. 1889,
dau. of W. H. Renwick, Esq.; m. 1901 Major Harry
Palgrave Raven, an Hon. Major in the Army, late Lieut,
and Acting Capt. R.F.A., Territorial Force ; previously
Capt, 1st Norfolk R.G.A. Yols.— Syleham Hail, near
Harleston, Norjolk.

RAVENSWORTH, Countess of.

Emma Sophia Georgiana, 2nd dau. of the Hon.
Richard Denman, who d. 1887, by Emma, who d. 1904,
youngest dau. of the late Hugh Jones, Esq., of Lark
Hill, Lancashire ; m. 1st 1872 Oswin Cumming Baker-
Cresswell, Esq., of Cresswell Hall, and Harehope Hall,
Northumberland, who rf. 1886; 2ndly 1892, as 2nd wife,
Henry George, 2nd Earlof Ravensworth(cr. 1874), cri.,
who d. 1903 ; 3rdly 1904 James William Wadsworth.
— Cresswell Hall, Morpeth, Northu>nberland.

RAVENSWORTH, Lord (Arthur Thomas
Liddell).— Cr. 1821.
Eldest son of the Hon. and Rev. Robert Liddell, who
d. 1888, by Emily Anne Charlotte, who d. 1876, dau.
of the late Hon. and Rev. Gerald Valerian Wellesley,
D.D. ; b. 1837 ; s. his cousin Athole Charles, 3rd Earl
of Ravensworth (ext.) as 5th Lord 1904; m. 1866
Sophia Harriet, who d. 1918, 2nd dau. of Sir Thomas
Wathen Waller, 2nd Bart. Lord Ravensworth is an
Hon. D.C.L. Durham (1906), a Magistrate for co. Dur-
ham, and Patron of 1 living, and was formerly in the
War Office. — Ravensworth Castle, Gate-'.hcad ; Islington
Park, Whittingham R.S.O., Northumberland ; Junior
Carlton Clnb,s.-w.

Heir, his son Gerald Wellesley, a J.P. and D.L. for North-
umberland and Capt. Gen. List, previously II. Defence
Corps ; late Capt. 7thBatt. Northumberland Fusiliers;
educated at Winchester ; 6.1869 ; m. 1899 Isolda Blanche,
6tli dau. of the late Charles Glynn Prideaux-Brune, Esq.
of Prideaux Place. Cornwall, and has. with 2 daus., a son,
'Robert Arthur, b. 1902.

RAWDON, Major Christopher Hamer, of
The Hermitage, Stockton-on-the-Forest,

Only son of the Rev. James Hamer Rawdon, M.A.,
of The Hermitage, Hon. Canon of Manchester and
formerly Vicar of Preston, Lancashire, and Rector of




Yelverton, Norfolk, who d. 1916, by Frances, dau. of
the late George Braniweil, Esq., and granddau. of the
late Rev. Francis Bungerford Daubsnej', Eector of
Bexwell, Norfolk, and of Tydd St. Giles, Cambridge-
shire; b. 1881. Major Rawdon, who was educated at
Charterhouse and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, is Major
K.O. Yorkshire 1,1.— The Hermitage, Stockton-on-
the-Forest, York.

RAWDON. See Green-Emmoti.

RAWDON-HASTINGS. See under Loudon,,,
Earl of.

RAWLINS, Mrs., of The Manor House,
Bishop's Hull, Somerset.
Rosabelle Clare, elder dau. of Tlieobald Walsh, Esq.,
J.P., of Tyrrelstown, co. Kildare, wlio d. 1897, by
Isobel, who d. 1892, youngest dau. of the late Capt.
Thomas Patton, R.N., of Bishop's Hull House, and
Stoke Court, Somerset; m. 1st 1875 Halswell Mil-
borne Kemeys-Tynte, Esq., of Halswell, Somerset, of
Cefn-Mably, Glamorganshire, and of Burleigh Hall,
Leicestershire, a .T.P. and D.L. for Monmouthshire, and
a J. P. for Glamorganshire and for Somerset, who d.
1899, leaving issue (see Tynte); 2ndly 1900 Col. Henry
de Courcy Rawlins, of The Manor House, a J. P. for
Somerset, who formerly commanded 2ud Batt. Scottish
Rifles and subsequently the 26th and 71st Regimentjil
Districts, and who d. 1909. — The Manor House,
Bishop's Hull, Somerset.

RAWLINSON, Gen. Sir Henry Seymour,
Bart., G.C.B., G.C.V.O., K.C.M.G.— Or.

Elder son of Sir Henry Creswicke RawUuson, 1st Bart.,
G.C.B., by Louisa, who c?. 1889, youngest dau. of the
late Henry Seymour, Esq., of Kuoyle, Wilts ; b. 1864 ; I
s. 1895; m. 1890 Meredith Sophia Frances, only dau. j
of the late Coleridge John Kennard, Esq. Sir Henry
Rawlinson, who was educated at Eton and at the R. Mil. |
Coll., Sandhurst (Hon. LL.D. Cambridge 1919), and 1
formerly served in the King's R. Rifle Corps, and j
on the Staff of Earl Roberts in India and S. Africa, '
is a Gen., late Coldstream Guards, and a Grand
Officer of the Legion of Honour, and of the Belgian |
Order of Leopold, and was Commandant of the
Staff' Coll., with the temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen.,
1903-6; in command of the 2ud Infantry Brigade,
Aldershot Command, with the temp, rank of Brigadier-
Gen., 1907-9, and the 3rd Div. Southern Command |
1910-14; a temp. Director at the War Office 1914 ;i
an Army Corps Commander 1914-16; in command
of 4th Army 1916-18 and British Mil. Representative
with the Supreme (Allied) War Council and a Member
of the Army Council Feb.-April 1918; has the Orders
of the Medjidie, 4th Class, St. George of Russia, 4th
Cla-ss, the Rising Sun of Japan, 2nd Class, and the
Danilo of Montenegro, 1st Class, the Obilitch Gold
Medal of Montenegro and the French and Belgian
Croix de Guerre. — Guards', arid Travellers' Clubs, s.w. ;
Turf Club, w.

Heir Pres., his brother Alfred, C.5I G., D.S.O., temp. Lieut.-
Col. R.G.A., previously temp. Couioi. K. Naval Vol. Resi-rve ;
late Lieut. I7th Lancers: educated at tlie B. Mil. Coll.,
Sandhurst;/). 1S67; m. 1890 Marixarctte Kennard, who d.
1907, 6th dau. of ihe late William Buuce Greenfleld, Esq.,
and has, with a dan., a son, 'Alfred Frederick, b. 19UU.

RAWNSLEY, Edward Preston, Esq.

Only son of the Rev. Edward Rawnsley, M.A., of
Raithby Hall, Lincolnshire, who d. 1905, by his 1st
wife Mary Jeannette, who d. 1873, only child of the
late John Jackson, Esq., of Hantburg, and widow of
the Rev. George Kennard; b. 1852; m. 1890 Mary

Louisa, eldest dau. of Thomas Tasker, Esq., of Mel-
bourne, Derbyshire, and widow of Capt. John Wilson
Fox, J.P., of Girsby Manor, Lincolnshire, and has a
dau., Mary Jeannette, m. 1915 Capt. William James
Alexander, ret., late Devonshire Regt., and has, with
other issue, a son, Patrick Rawnsley, b. 1917. Mr.
Rawnsley, who was educated at Eton and at B.N.C.,
Oxford (B.A. 1873, M.A. 1906), was formerly Major
Lincolnshire Imp. Yeo.. and temp. Capt. (2ud i

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