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n Com-
mand) 1st Batt. Lincolnshire Vol. Regt., and is a
Magistrate for Lincolnshire. — Harririgton Hall, Spilsbj/,
Lincolnshire ; Boodle's Club, s.w.

RAWNSLEY, Mrs., of Raithby Hall, Lincoln-
Marion Julia, eldest dau. of John Peirse Kennard,
Esq., of Hordle Cliff', Hampshire, who d. 1877, by
Sophia, eldest dau. of the late Sir John Chapman, of
Windsor; TO. 1875, as his 2nd wife, the Rev. Edward
Rawnsley, M.A., of Raithby Hall, who was a J.P. for
Lincolnshire, and formerly Vicar of Hundleby, Lincoln-
shire, and who d. 1905, leaving, with other issue, a son,
* Edward Preston {mhom see). — Raithby Hall, SpUsby.

RAWSON, Lady Beatrice, of Gravenhurst,

Second dau. of Thomas George, 2ud Earl of Lichfield,
who d. 1892, by Lady Harriet Georgiana Louisa, who
d. 1913, eldest dau. of James, 1st Duke of Abercorn,
K.G. ; m. 1890 Col. Richard Hamilton Rawson, of
. Gravenhurst, a J.P. and D.L. for Sussex (High Sheriff
1899), who was formerly Capt. 1st Life Guards, temp.
Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. Comm. Sussex Y'eo., T.D.,
1914-16 »nd M.P. for the Reigate Div. of Surrey J,an.
1910-1918, and who d. 1918, leaving, with 2 daus., a
son, Richard Geoffrey Hamilton, late Lieut. Sussex
Yeo.; was temp. Capt. R.A.S.C. 191.5-16 ; educated at
Eton ; b. 1896. — Gravenhurst, Hal/ward's Heath,
Sicssex; 64, Cadogan Square, s.w.

RAWSON, John SELWYN,Esq.,of The Haugh-
end, Yorkshire.

Younger son of Frederick Edward Rawson, Esq., of
Thorpe, Halifax, who d. 1879 (by Harriet Susannah,
who d. 1901, dau. of the late John Priestley, Esq., uf
Thorce), and cousin of William Henry Rawson, Esq.,
of Mill House, Yorkshire, who rf. 1893; b. 1858; in.
1888 Annie Constance, dau. of the Rev. Philip Dwyer,
M.A., formerly Rector of Ennis, and has, with other
issue, a son, "' Frederick Philip Selwyn, Lieut, temp,
h.p. 3rd Batt. Queen's R. West Surrey Regt. ; educated
at Harrow; b. 1891; m. 1914 Sarah Katharim ,
youngest dau. of the late Capt. Hugh Henry Mitchell.
Rifle Brigade, and has, with other issue, a son, * Julin
Hugh Selwyn, A. 1915. Mr. Rawson is aMagislrale
for the W. Riding of Yorkshire.— r^« Haughend,
Sowerby Bridge.

RAWSON. See MacDougall-

RAWSON-ACKROYD, John William, Esq.,
of Dean Grange, Bedfordshire.

Eldest son of John Rawson, Esq., of Bradford, York-
shire, by Elizabeth, dau. of the late William Ackr..y,l,
Esq, of Dean Grange ; b. 1854 ; m. 1886 Ellen Lucy,
who d. 1887, eldest dau. of C. H. Haines, Esq., of
Sunnyside, Mallow, eo. Cork, and has a dau., Eileen
Lucy, m. 1916, as his 2nd wife, Lieut.-Col. Henrv
Oswald Wade, D.S.O., T.F. Reserve, late 6th Batt. W'.
Yorkshire Regt., and hasa son, Henry William Raw.son,
b. 1918. Mr. Rawson-Ackroyd, who was educated at
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1876), assumed the
additional surname of Ackroyd on inheriting this
property in 1875. — Dean Grange, near Kimbolton.




RAWSON-SHAW, William Rawson, Esq.,
of Allangate, Sussex.
Only .son of Thomas Shaw, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of '
AUangate and of Oakes House. Yorkshire, who was
M.P. for Halifax 1882-93, and who d. 1893, by Elisa-
beth, who d. 1901, dau. of the late William Rawson,
Esq., J.P., of Wilton Polygon, Manchester; b. 1860;
m. 1888 Mary Josephine, only dau. of the late Joseph
Crook, Esq., J.P., of Oakfield, Bolton-le-Moors, M.P.
for Bolton 18.52-61, and has, with other issue, a son, '
* Kenneth Rawson, Capt. Reserve of OiBcers, late
R.F.A. and Hon, Capt. K.A.F. ; educated at Eton and
at the E. Mil. Academy, Woolwich; b. 1890. Mr.
Rawson-Shaw, who was educated at Rugby and at
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1890, M.A. 1894), and
assumed the prefix surname of Rawson by deed poll ,
1915, is a Magistrate for the W. Riding of York-
shire and for Sussex, a C.C. for W. Sussex, and
Chairman of the Visiting Justices of H.M.'s Prison,
Kingston, and was formerly Lieut. 2nd W. Yorkshire
(P. W. 0.) Yeo. Cav., and M.P. for Halifax 1893-7.— i
AHangate, Bustiiigfon, Su.isei:

RAWSTORNE, Henry Feilden, Esq., ofj
Roche Court, Parehatn, Hampshire. |

Second son of the Ven. Archdeacon R"obert Atherton
Rawstorne, of l?aIderstone Grange, Lancashire, who
d. 1902, by Cecilia, who d. 190-1, 2nd dau. of the late |
Joseph Feildon, Esq., of Witton Park, Lancashire ; b.
18.i9; m. 1st 1887 Mabel Katharine, who d. 1892, [
only child and heiress of Sir John Brocas Whalley-
Smythe-Gardiner, 4th Bart, (cvt.), of Roche Court;
2n(lly 1896 Madeleine Annie, dau. of the late Sir
William James Farrer, of Sandhurst Lodge, Berk-
shire, and has 2 dans. Mr. Rawstorne, who was
educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Oxford (B.A.
1882, M.A. 1885), is a Magistrate for Hampshire. — '
Soche Court, Fareham ; United University Club, s.w.

RAWSTORNE, Lawrence, Esq., of Pen-
wortham Priory, Lancashire.
Only son of Col. Lawrence Rawstorne, J.P. and D.L.,
of Penwortham Priory (High Sheriff of Lancashire
1817), who d. 1850, by Margaret Elizabeth, dau. of the
late Edward Ledward, Esq., of Everton ; 6.1842; m.
1871 Edith Elizabeth.eldestdau. of Sir Thomas George
Fermor-Hesketh, 5th Bart., M.P., and has had, with a
dau., Marjory (who m. 1895 Lieut.-Col. Charles
Marson, J.P., late 3rd Batt. S. Lancashire Regt., and
ha.s, with other issue, a son, Laurence,'^. 1911), a son,
Thomas Geofifrey, Capt. Lancashire Hussars Yeo. ; b.
1879; m. 1907 Margery (who m. 2ndly 1918 Charles
Henry Evan-Thooias, Esq., J P., of Caerwnon, Rad-
norshire), elder dau. of Sir William Wyndham Portal,
2nd Bart., and d. of wounds received in action 1917.
Mr. Riiwstorne, who was educated at Eton and at
Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1864, M.A. 1867), is a J.P.
and D.L. for Lancashire, and Patron of 2 livings. —
I'cnwo-rtham Priory, Preston; Hutton Hall, Preston;
Carlton, and Junior Carlton Clubs, s.w.

RAYER, Mrs., of Holcombe Court, Devon.
Charlotte, youngest dau. of the late Adm. William
Bat«man Dashwood ; m. 1869 William Carew Rayer,
Esq., of Holcombe Court, a Capt. 1st Devon Militia,
and a J.P. for Devon, who d.s.p. 1892. Mrs. Rayer is
Patron of 2 livings. — Holcombe Court, Wellington,

RAY LEIGH, Lord (Robert John Strutt,

F.R.S.).-^Cr. 1821.

Eldest son of John William, 3rd Lord, P.C., CM.,

D.C.L., LL.D., F.R.S., by Evelyn Georgiana Mary,

2nd dau. of the late James Maitland Balfour, Esq.,

of Whittingehame, Haddingtonshire;*. 1875; ,«. 1919;
m. 1905 Lady Mary Hilda Clements, who d. 1919,
2nd dau. of Robert Bermingham, 4th Earl of Leitrim.
Lord Rayleigh was educated at Eton and at Trinity
Coll., Cambridge (B.A., 1st Class Natural Science,
1897, Fellow 1900, M.A. 1901, Hon. Sc.D. Dublin
1913). — Terling Place, Wit ham, Essex; Athenceum
Club, s.w. ; 69, Cadogan Square, s.w.
Heir, his son John Arthur, b. 1908.

RAYMOND, Major Edward Hugh Broome,
D.S.O., of Heathfield House, Hampshire.
Third son of the Rev. Slade Baker-Stallard-Penoyre,
M.A., formerly Vicar of Clifton-on-Teme. Worcester-
shire, who d. 1910, by Ann Fanny Eliza, who d. 1892,
elder dau. of the late Rev. William Francis Raymond
Stallard-Penoyre, M.A., J.P., of The Moor, and Hard-
wick Court, Herefordshire; b. 1868; s. Mrs. Julia
Raymond, the widow of his great-uncle Gen. Henry
Phipps Raymond, J.P., Col. of the R. Scots (Lothian
Regt.), 1908, andhas Assumed the surname of Raymond ;
m. 1910 Ruth Beatrice, youngest dau. of the late Rev.
Josiah Turner Lea, Vicar of Far Forest, Worcester-

• shire, and has 2 daus. Major Raymond is Major
Reserve of Officers, temp. Major R. Scots (Lothian
Regt.), previously 1 3th (Service) Batt. and Capt. ret.,
late R. Scots (Lothian Regt.).— Residence: T/ie Nor-
lands, Ocerbury, Tewkesbury ; A'aval and Military
CM,, w.

RAYMOND, Mrs., of Belchamp Hall, Essex.
Margaret Charlotte Montague, youngestdau. of Francis
Smythies, Esq.. of Head Gate House, Colchester, who
d. 18R8, by Harriet, dau. of Capt. Gardiner; m. 1884
Samuel John St. Clere Raymond, Esq., of Belchamp
Hall, a J.P. for Essex, who d. 1900, leaving a son,
*Samuel Philip St. Clere, educated at Sherborne ; b.
1886; m. 1914 Mabel Caroline Louisa, only dau. of
William Wynyard Astell, Esq., of Baythorne, Suffijlk.
Mrs. Raymond is Patron of 1 living. — Belchamp Hall,
near Sudbury, Suffolk.

RAYMOND-BARKER, Reginald Henry, Esq.,
of Fairford Park, Gloucestershire.
Eldest son of Percy FitzHardinge Raymond Raymond-
Barker, Esq., of Fairford Park, who d. 1895, by Morna
Georgina, youngest dau. of Sir Joseph Hawley, 3rd
Bart.; b. 1875. — Residence: The Ferns, Tetbury.


Agnes, dau. of the late William Harrison, Esq., of OM
Trafford, Manchester; m. 1889 the Hon. Sir Thomas
Crossley Rayner, a Barrister-at-Law, who was Puisne
Judge of the Gold Coast 1894-5, Chief Justice of
Lagos 1896-1902, Attorney-Gen. of British Guiana
1902-12, one of H.M.'s Counsel for British Guiana
1903-12, and Chief Justice of British Guiana 1912-14,
and who was cr. Knt. 1899, and d. 1914. — Sunny
Croft, Cromer.

RAYNHAM, Viscount. See under Townshaid,

RAYNOR, Sir William Pick, Knt.— Cr. 1912.

Second son of John Eaynor, Esq., of Eldou Bank,
Huddersfield, who d. 1888, by Hannah, who d. 1871,
2nd dau. of the late William Snowdeu Pick, Esq., of
Huddersfield; b. 1854; m. 1877 Janet, elder dau. of
the late Robert Kirk, Esq., of Huddersfield. Sir
William Raynor, who was educated at St. Paul's,
Huddersfield, is a Magistrate for the W. Riding of
Yorkshire and for Huddersfield ; senior partner in the
firm of Thomas Hirst & Co., wool merchants, of
Huddersfield and Australia, and Chairman of the




Colonial Woolbuyers' Association. — Rein Jiood, Hud'
dersfield, Yorkshire ; Eeform Clith, s.w. ; Huddersfield
Club, Huddersfield.

REA, Chaeles Fkancis Laing, Esq., of Halter-
burnhead, Roxburghshire.
Son of John Rea, Esq. ; 6. 1895 ; «. his uncle James
Francis Rea, Esq., 1914. — cjo Messrs. Dickson,
Archer ^ Thorp, Alnwick.

READ, Sir Herbert James, K.C.M.G., C.B.
— Cr. 1918.
Eldest sur\-iving son of Charles Read, Esq., of Honiton,
Devonshire, -whoe?. 1911, by Mary Anne, who d. 1909,
eldest dau. of the late Thomas Avery, Esq., of Honiton ;
b. 1863; m. 1905 Violet Kate, younger dau. of the late
Major Duncan MacLachlan, 90th L.I. Sir Herbert
Read, who was educated at All Hallows' School,
Honiton.and at B.N.C., Oxford (B.A. 1884,M.A. 1889),
and entered the War Office 1887 and the Colonial Office
1889, was Assistant Private Secretary to the Right
Hon. .1. Chamberlain 1896 and Principal Clerk,
Colonial Office, 1905-16 ; has heen Assistant Under
Secretary of State for the Colonies and Registrar of the
Order of St. Michael and St. George since 1916.—
Eeform Club, s.w; 34, Brechin Place, s.w.

READ, Sir (Charles) Hercules, Knt., LL.D.
— Cr. 1912.

Third son of John Frinsbury Read, Esq., of Devonshire,
who d. 1901, by Catherine, who d. 1892, eldest dau.
of the late Hercules Angus, Esq., of Shetland ; b. 1857 ;
m. 1880 Helen May, elder dau. of the late Frederick
George Smith, Esq., of Chelsea. Sir Hercules Read,
who was educated privately (Hon. LL.D. St. .Andrews
1908), is ex- President of the Society of Antiquaries
and of the Anthropological Institute, and a Trustee of
the British Museum and of Sir John Soane's Museum ;
has been Keeper of the British and Medieval .Antiquities
in the British Museum since 1896. — Gawcott, Bucking-
ham ; Atheiuev,m Club, s.w. ; Burlington Fine Arts',
and Junior Constitutional Clubs, w. ; British Museum,

READ, Sir Alfred Henry, Knt.— Cr. 1919.

Eldest son of Col. Alfred Read, of Chester, who d.
1905, by Blanche, dau. of the late John Musgrave,
Esq., of Chester; b. 1871 ; m 1918 Jean Charlotte,
dau. of the late Frederick Hugh Macneal, Esq., of
Glasgow. Sir Alfred Read, who was educated in
Switzerland and in Paris, has been Director of Home
Trades Services, Ministry of Shipping since 1917, and
is Managing Director of Coast Lines Ltd., of the
British and Irish Steam Packet Co. Ltd., and of
the City of Cork Steam Packet Co. Ltd., &c., a
Member of the Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, and
Chairman of the Liverpool Marine and General
Insurance Co. Ltd. — Lucknam, near Chippenham,
Wilts; Bath Club, w. ; Longivood, 2, Avenue Boad,
Begcnt's Park, n.w.

READ, George, Esq., of The Manor House,
Wereham, Norfolk.
Second son of George Read, Esq., of Barton Bendish,
who d. 1858, by Sarah Anne, dau. of the late Clare
Sewell,Esq.; 4. 1830. li a J.P. for Norfolk.— TAf
Manor House, Wereham, Stoke-Ferry.

READ. See Budston.

READE, Sir George, Bart.— Cr. 1660-1.

Eldest son of Sir George Compton Reade, 9th Bart.,
by Melissa, dau. of the late Isaac Ray, Esq., of

Michigan, U.S.A. ; b. 1869; s. 1908; in. lS9;i Carrie
M., dau. of Nathan Nixon, Esq. — Dexter, co. Michiiian,
U.S.A. ^

Heir, his son John S., b. 1897.

READE, Harriette Fanny, Lady.

Dau. of the late Major John Dixon Dyke Bean, Indian
Army; m. 1861 Sir John By Cole Reade, a Surgeon-
Major-Gen. ret., and a Knight of Grace of the Order
of St. John of Jerusalem, who was Hon. Surgeon to
H.M. Queen Victoria 189.5-1901, to H.M. King
Edward VII. 1901-10, and to H.M. King George V.
1910-14, and who was cr. K.C.B. 1903 and o!. 1914.
— '25, Coleherne Boad, Earl's Court, s.w.

READE, Gifford Sherman, Esq., of Holbrook
House, Suffolk.
Eldest surviving son of Francis Edward Reade, Esq.,
E.I.C.S., of Holbrook House, who d. 1889, by Hfii-
rietta Maria, eldest dau. of the late William Halluw,-;
Belli, Esq., of the E.I.C.S. ; *. 1846 ; m. 1888 Marf;arft
Augusta, dau. of the late James Walker, Esq., W.S. ,
Edinburgh. — Holbrook House, Ipswich.

READE, Herbert Vincent, Esq., C.B., of
Ipsden House, Oxfordshire.

Eldest son of the Rev. Henry St. John Reade, M.A.,
of Ipsden House, who d. 1884, by Frances Ann (wlio
m. 2ndly 1890 Charles Edward Dyer, Esq.), only child
of the late Rev. William Vincent: b. 1870; m. 1896
Hannah Georgina, 2nd dau. of the late Rev. Edmoud
Thomas Butler. Mr. Reade, who was educated at
C.C.C, Oxford (B.A. 1893, M.A. 1905), was Assistant
Secretary of H.M. Customs 1905-8; appointed Principal
of the Statistical Office of Customs aud Excise 1908. —
181, Quee7i's Gate, s.w.

READE, the Misses, of Castletown, co.

Elinor Brien, and Constance May, dans, of John Henry
Keade, Esq., who d. 1894 (by Annabella, who d. I'.ili,
dau. of the late J. G. Willans, Esq.), and grandnicces
of John Dawson Brien, Esq., .I.P. and D.L., of
Castletown, who d. 1881. The Misses Reade s. their
brother John Henry Loftus Reade, Esq., Lieut.
Manchester Regt., who was killed inaction, 1914.—
Castletown, Enniskillen, co. Fermanayh.

READE, Mrs. of Crowe Hall, Suffolk.

Florence Sophia Hardy, .elder dau. of Jlarous
Hardy Voss, Esq., of De Montfort House, t^treat-
ham; m. 1891 Col. James Colquhoun Revell Keade,
late Comm. 3rd Batt. Welsh Uegt., of Crowe Hall.
a J.P. for Suffolk and for Glamorganshire, and
a. Barrister-at-Law, who was formerly Capt. Suffolk
Yeo. Cav., and Lieut. 14th Hussars, and who
d. 1915, leaving a dau., Margaret Colquhoun. Mrs.
Keade is Patron of 1 living. — Crowe Hall, Ipswirh ;
13, Hans Place, s.w.

READE, of Woodpark,


Clare. See Hib-

READING, Earl of (Rdfus Daniel Isaacs,
G.C.B., K.C.V.O., P.C.)— Cr. 1917.

Second son of Joseph Michael Isaacs, Esq., of London,
who d. 1908, by Sarah, dau. of the late Daniel Davis,
Esq., of London; b. 1860; m. 1887 Ahce Edith, 3rd
dau. of the late Albert Cohen. Esq., of London. The
Earl of Reading, who was educated at Univ. Coll.
School, London, and in Brussels and Hanover (Hon.




LL.D. Toronto, Yale, Harvard, and ColumLia Univ.
1918), calledto the Bar at the Middle Temple 1887,
.appointed a Q.C. 1898 and elected a Bencher 1905, was
M.P. for Reading 1904-13, Solicitor-Gen. in 1910,
Attorney-Gen. 1910-13, and H.M.'eHighCommissioner
and Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
on a Special Mission to the United States of America
1918-19; appointed Lord Chief Justice of England
1913.— i^bj; Hill, Earley, Berkshire; Reform, and
Athenieum Clubs, s.w. ; Savage Club, w.c. ; 32, Cureon
Street, Mayfair, w.

Heir, his son Gerald Rufus, Vliooiiat Brleigh, M.O., Oapt.
Incs of Court Officers' Training Oorpa, T.F., a Staff
Oapt. and temp. Capt. in the Army ; has the French Croix
de Guerre ; educated at Rugby and at Balliol Coll., Oxford
(B.A. 1911); i. 1889; m. 1914 Eva Violet, eldest dau. of
the Right Hon. Sir Alfred Moritz Mond, 1st Bart., of

" ■ 'let Court, Hampshire, and has,

Michael Alfred Rufua, 6. 1916.

REAVELY, Thomas Geoege Wood, Esq.,
Kinnersley Castle, Herefordshire.
Only son of Thomas Reavely, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
Kinnersley Castle, who d. 1904, by Johanna Mar-
garetha Wilhelmina, who d. 1895, only child of the
late George Stjefvater, Esq., of Hamburg; b. 1852;
m. 1889 Veronica, only dau. of the late Rev. Frederick
Halliley Stammers, and has, with other issue, a son,
* Cuthbert Thomas Halliley, Capt. King's Shropshire
L.I., serving with Machine Gun Corps ; educated at
the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst; b. 1893. Mr. Reavely
was educated at Harrow and at Trinity Coll., Cam-
bridge (D.C.L. Jena Univ.) and called to the Bar
at the Inner Temple 1882.

BEAT, Lord (Donald James Mackat, K.T.,
G.C.S.I., G.C.I.E., P.O., LL.D.).— Or.

Only surviving son of ^neas, 10th Lord, by Mary
Catherine Ann Jacoba, who d. 1886, dau. of the late
Baron Fagel ; b. 1839; s. 1876; m. 1877 Fanny
Georgiana Jane, C.I., who d. 1917, dau. of the late
Richard Hasler, Esq., of Aldingbourne, Sussex, and
widow of Alexander Mitchell, Esq., M.P., lateGrenadier
Guards.of Stow.lMidlothian. Lord Reay is President of
the R.Asiatic Society ; Hon LL.D. Edinburgh 1882, St.
Andrews 1885, and Aberdeen 1905, and Hon. D. Litt.
Oxford 1904 and Cambridge 1905 ; sits in the House of
Lords as Lord Reay, U.K., cr. 1881 ; was Rector of St.
Andrews University 1884-6 ; Governor of Bombay
1885-90; Lord Lieut, of Roxburghshire 1892-1917;
Under-Secretary of State for India 1894-5; Chairman
of the London School Board 1897-1904, and First
President of the British Academy 1902-7. — Athenaum,
and Travellers' Clubs, s.w. ; 35, Berkeley Square, w. ;
Ophemert, Gelderland, Netherlands.

Heir Pres. to Scotch Peerage, his cousin Baron Eric
Mnckay (only son of Baron .Sueas Mackay, formerly
Prime Minister of The Netherlands, who d. 1909, by the
roncss Elizabeth van Lyuden, who d. 1907). h. 1870;
19U1 Baroness Mary de Dedem, and has, with other
le, a son, •Baron ^neas Alexander, 6. 19U&.

REBOW. See Gurdon-Rebow.

RECKITT, Sir James, Bart., of Swanland
Manor, Yorkshire.— Cr. 1894..
Youngest son of Isaac Reckitt, Esq., of Hull, who d.
1862, by Ann, who d. 1874, dau. of the late Charles
Coleby, Esq.; b. 1833; m. 1865 Kathleen, dau. of the
late Robert Saunders, Esq., of Lilling, Yorkshire. Sir
James Reckitt is a J.P. and D.L. for the E. Riding of
Yorkshire. — Swanland Manor, near Brough ; National
Liberal Club, s.w.

RECKITT, Harold James, Esq., of '

Hall, Yorkshire ; and of Little Green,

Elder son of Sir James Reckitt, 1st Bart., of Swan-
land Manor, Yorkshire, by Kathleen, dau. of the late
Robert Saunders, Esq., of Lilling, Yorkshire; b. 1868 ;
m. 1st 1899 Christine Thomazia (who div.hSm 1907,
and m. 2ndly 1908 Nicholas Allen Block, Esq.),
youngest dau. of the late Alexander Howden, Esq. ;
2ndly 1908 Julia Allen, eldest dau. of the late Charles
H. Conner, Esq., of New Albany, Indiana, U.S.A., and
has a dau., Nancie. Mr. Reckitt, who was educated at
King's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1890, LL.B. 1891), and
called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1892, is a Magis-
trate for the E. Riding of Yorkshire, Lord of the
Manors of Upwardeo, Walderton, West Marden, and
Compton, and Patron of 1 living, and was Sheriff
of Kingston-upon-Hull 1898, and M.P. for Pontefract
Feb.-June 1893, and for Lincolnshire (Brigg Div.)
1895-1907. — Little Green, near Pefersfield, Hampshire;
Reform, and National Liberal Clubs, s.w.

REDBSDALE, Lord (David Bertram Ogilvy
Freeman-Mitford). — Ci-. 1902.

Eldest surviving son of Algernon Bertram, 1st Lord,
O.C.V.O..K.C.B., by Lady ClementineGertrudeHelen,
2nd dau. of David Graham Druramond, 7th Earl of
Airlie ; b. 1878 ; s. 1916 ; m. 1904 Sydney, elder dau.
of Thomas Gibson Bowles, Esq. Lord Redesdale, who
was educated at Radley and was formerly Lieut.
Northumberland Fusiliers, is Capt. Reserve of Officers,
Acting Major R.A.F., and Patron of 7 livings ; was an
Assistant Provost Marshal 1917-18. — Batsford Park,
Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire; Birdhope Craig,
Redesdale, Northumberland ; Residence : Swinbrook,
Burford, Oxfordshire ; Marlborough Club, s.w. ; 49,
Victoria Road, Kensington, w.
Heir, his son Thomal David, h. 1909.

RED FORD, Sir Edward Pigott Willum,
Knt., C.B.— Cr. 1912.

Second son of George Redford. Esq., F.R.C.S., formerly
58th Regt., who d. 1895, by Elizabeth Emma, who d.
1902, dau. of the late George Bentley, Esq., of
Worcester; b. 1850; m. 1884 Florence, elder dau. of
the late Frederick Buckton, Esq., of Beechgrove, Leeds.
Sir Edward Redford, who was educated at Clewer
House, Windsor, and entered the Gen. Post Office,
London, 1868, was Surveyor of the N. Dist. Scotland
1872-83 and of the S. Dist. 1883-1900, and Secretary
to the Gen. Post Office for Scotland 1900-13. — 8,
Buckingham Terrace, Edinburgh.

REDHEAD. See Milne-Redhead.


Eliza, dau. of Sir Patrick MacChombaieh de Colquhoun,
Q.C, LL.D., who d. 1891, by Katharine, dau. of the
late Mons. De St. Vitalis ; m. 1st 1888, as his 2nd wife,
Sir James William Redhouse, Oriental Translator to
the Foreign Office, who was cr. K.C.M.G. 1888, and d.
1892; 2ndly 1914 Col. George Philips, formerly 4th
Hussars, who d. 1918. — Ptnshurst. Kent.

REDMAYNE, Sir Richard Augustine Stdd-
dert, K.C.B., M.Sc, M.LC.E., M.I.M.E.,
F.G.S.— Cr. 1914.

Fourth son of John Marriner Redmayne, Esq., J.P., of
South Dene, Low Fell, co. Durham, who d. 1903, by
Jane Anna, who d. 1919, only dau. of the late Adm.
John Fitzgerald Studdert, J.P., of Pella, co. Clare ;
4. 1865; m. 1898 Edith Rose, eldeit dau. of the late
Thomas Picton Richai-ds, E3q.,of Swansea. Sir Richard
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Kedmayne, who was educated at the JJurham Coll. of
Science, Newcastle-upon-Tyne (M.Sc. Birmingham
1902), is a Chevalier of the Legion of Honour, was
engaged in mining in Durham 1883-91 and in S. Africa
1891-3 ; Resident Manager of the Seaton Delaval
Collieries, Northumberland, 1893-1902, and Professor
of Mining in Birmingham Univ. 1902-8, since when
he has been Chief Inspector of Mines, Home Office.
— Claremont Lodge, Cobham, Surrey; Home Office,
Whitehall, s.w.

REDMOND, Sir Joseph Michael, Knt, M.D.,
F.R.O.P.I.— Cr. 1911.

Son of Denis Redmond, Esq., of Sandford, who d.
1878, by Bridget Emily, who d. 1912, dau. of the late
Patrick Gorman.Esq., of Dublin; h. 18—; m.l898 Oswal-
dina, dau. of the late James Nelson, Esq., J.P., of Cool-
drinagh. Sir Joseph Redmond, who was educated
at Belvedere Coll. and at the Catholic Univ. School
of Medicine (F.R.C.P.I. 1884, M.D. Brussels 1890,
Hon. M.D. National Univ. of Ireland 1915),
was Vice-President of the R. Coll. of Physicians,
Ireland, 1900-2, and President 19C6-8, and is Senior
Visiting Physician to the M.ater Misericordise Hospital,
Dublin, Consulting Physician to the Coombe
Hospital, Dublin ; to St. Michael's Hospital, Kings-
town ; to the National Hospital, Dublin ; to the
Cottage Hospital, Drogheda, and to the' R. Coll. of
St. Patrick, Maynooth, and Physician to the Dublin
Castle Red Cross Hospital. — 41, Merrion Square East,
Dublin; Gortmore, Viindrum, co. Bubliu ; Stephen's
Green Club, Dublin.

REDMOND, Charles Henry Stennett, Esq.,
of Popefield, Queen's Co.
Eldest son of Charles Stennett Redmond, Esq., M.D.,
L.R.C.P.I. and L.R.C.S.I., by Anna Helen, eldest dau,
of William Robinson, Esq., M.D., of Gateshead ; b.
1882. Dr. Redmond, who is, under the will of his
grandfather, joint owner ofPopefield with his 2 brothers
and sister, was educated at Owens Coll., Manchester
(M.B. and B.S.Victoria Univ., Manchester, 1906), and
is Capt. 2nd E. Lancashire Field Ambulance, R. Army
Medical Corps, Territorial Force. — Popefield^ Balli/-
linan. Queen's Co.; Residence: Bute Villa. 13

■■ Alexandra Road South, Manchester.

REDMOND, Gabriel O'Connell Fitzsimon,

Eldest son of Henry Edward Redmond, Esq., of
Tille (formerly Lieut. 2nd Queen's Royals and 54th
Regts., and R.M. at Tuam, Dungarvan, and Queens
town), who d. 1892, by Mary O'Connell, eldest dau. of
the late Christopher Fitz-Simon, Esq., J.P.,

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