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of Dee Hills, Chester. Sir Edward Rigg, who was
educated at The College, Chester, at King Edward's
School, Birmingham, and at Queen's Coll., Oxford
(B.A. 1871, M A. 1875), was Assistant Assayer in the
R. Mint 1873-89, Chief Clerk 1889-98, and Superin-
tendent of the Operative Department 1898-1918.—
Maloern House, East Cliff, Ramsgatc ; R. Temple Yacht
Club, Ramsgate.

RIGG, Capt. Pateick James Home, of Tarvit
House, Fifeshire.
Eldest son of James Home Rigg, Esq., formerly of
Tarvit House, by Gertrude Margaret, 2nd dau. of the
late Frederick Lewis Maitland-Heriot. Esq., of Ra-
mornie, Fifeshire; A. 1887 ; m. 1917 Esther, only dau.
of the late Charles Blair Wilson, Esq., M.D., and has
a dau. Capt. Rigg, who was educated at Charterhouse,
is Capt. Fife and Forfar Yeo.— Tarvit House, Cupar,

RIGG, Major Richard, O.B.E., of Applegarth,
Only son of John Rigg, Esq., a C. Aid. for Westmor-
land, by Sarah Anne, elder dau. of the-late John Sutton,
Esq., of Dairy, Stewartry of Kirkcudbright; b. 1877 ;
m. 1904 Isabel Gertrude Ross, elder dau. of Thomas
Anderson, Esq., of Moorhouse Hall, Cumberland.
Major Rigg. wlio was educated at Hawkshead Grammar
School and at Gonville and Caius Coll., Cambridge
(B.A. 1900), and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple
1899 and at King's Inns, Dublin, 1902, was M.P.
for the Appleby Div. of Westmorland 1900-5, and is a
Magistrate for Westmorland (High Sheriff 1 909), for co.
Durham and for the N. Riding of Yorkshire, Master
of the Worshipful Co. of Feltmakers, and Major ret.,
late 4th Batt. Border Regt., T.D., and is employed on
the Parliamentary Recruiting Staff and on the Staff
of the National War Savings Committee. — Applegarth,
Windermere, Westmorland ; New University Club, s.w. ;
Westmorland County Club, Kendal ; E: Windermere
Yacht Cluh, Windermere ; 157, Victoria Street, West-
minster, s.w.

RIGGS-MILLER, Thomas John, Esq., of
Tyone House, co. Tipperary.

Eldest son of Thomas John Riggs-Miller, Esq., J.P.,
of Tyone House, who assumed the surname of Riggs-
Miller in lieu of Ryan, by royal license, iu 1889, in
compliance with the terms of the \vill of Sir John
Edward Riggs-Miller, Bart, (cxt.), and who d. 1895,
by Mary Josephine, dau. of John Bernal, Esq., of
Albert Lodge, Limerick; b. 1883; m. 1905 Elsie
Marris Jerome, dau. of the late William James Graburn
Marris, Esq., M.D., and step-dau. of Jerome Klapka
Jerome, Esq., of Goulds Grove, Wallingford, Berk-
shire. — Tyone House, near Nenagh, co. lipperary.

RIKY, Major John, of Mount Hall, co. Donegal.

Only surviving son of the Rev. Walter Riky, B.A., who
d. 1865, by Sarah Emily, only dau. of the late Samuel
Crawford, Esq., of Ballyshannon ; /.. 1858; in. 1891
Elizabeth, widow of W. Young, Esq. Major Riky is a
Magistrate for co. Donegal (was on the roll for High
Sheriff for 1903), and Major ret., late temp. Major
4d 1137




Northumberland Fusiliers.— iVomm^ Hall, KiUygordon,
CO. Donegal ; Junior Naval and Military Cliih, w. ;
Union Club, Malta.


RILEY, Hamlet, Esq., of Ennim, Cumberland.
Third son of James Riley, Esq., of Brearley House,
Yorkshire, who d. 1862, by Sarah, who d. 1895, eldest
dau. of the late John Crossley, Esq., of Hebden Bridge,
Yorkshire; *. 1851 ; m. 1878 Anne, elder dau. of the
late William Lewthwaite, Esq., of Broadgate, Cumber-
land, and has a son, * Hamlet Lewthwaite, D.S.O., Capt.
and Brevet Major Rifle Brigade and temp. Lieut.-Col.
Comm. a Service Batt. ; has the Order of Danilo of
Montenegro, -tth Class ; educated at Eton and at Mag-
dalen Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1904) ; 6. 1882. Mr. Riley,
who was educated at Rugby and at Trinity Coll., Cam-
bridge (LL.B. 1873), is a J.P. and D.L. for Cumber-
land (High Sheriff 1901), and Major late AVestmorland
and Cumberland Imp. Yeo.— ^Tsim, Penrith.

RILEY, John, Esq.,of Putley Coiu-t, Hereford-

Second son of James Riley, Esq., of Brearley House
Yorkshire, who d. 1862, by Sarah, who d. 1895, eldest
dau. of the late John Crossley, Esq., of Hebden
Bridge, Yorkshire; b. 1848; m. 1872 Lucy Martin,
dau. of the late John Arrow, Esq., and has, with
other issue, * Launcelot John Cockeroft, educated at
Radley and atB.N.C, Oxford(B.A. 1900, M.A. 1903);
b. 1875; m. 1911 Mildred Elizabeth, 3rd dau. of the |
late Simpson Rostron, Esq., of Riverside, Beddington,
Surrey, and has a dau., Rosamund. Mr. Riley, who
was educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1869, {
M.A. 1874), is a J. P., D.L. andC. Aid. for Herefordshire
(High Sheriff 1S9S).— Putley Court, Ledhury.

RILEY, John Athelstan Laurie, Esq., of
Manoir'de la Trinite, Jersey.
Only son of John Riley, Esq., Earri.ster-at-Law, who d.
1862, by Mary Margaret Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the
late John Laurie, Esq., M.P. ; b. 1858; m. 1887 the
Hon. Andalusia Louisa Charlotte Georgina Moles-
worth, who d. 1912, eldest dau. of the Rev. Samuel, 8th
Viscount Molesworth, and has, with other issue,
* Christopher John Molesworth (2nd son),M.C., Capt.
Coldstream Guards; educated at Lancing and at Pom-
broke Coll., Cambridge ; b. 1894. Mr. Riluy, who was
educated at Eton and at Pembroke Coll., Oxford (B.A.
1881, M.A. 1883), was formerly a Member of the
London School Board and Capt. 1st Cornwall Vol. Art.,
and is Singneur de la Trinite (a Fief de Haubert) in
Jersey, a Haut Justicier, Patron of 5 livings and of 2
prebends, a Comm. of the Oi-der of King George I. of
Greece and has the Serbian Order of St. Sava. —
Manoir de la Trinite, Jersey ; St. Petroc Minor, St.
Isscy li.S.O., Cornwall; Atheneum. Junior Carlton,
and United University Clubs, s.w. ; 2, Kensitiyton
Court, w.



RIPLEY, Capt. Sir Henry William Alfred,
Bart., of Bedstone Court, Shropshire. — Cr.

Eldest son of Sir Edward Ripley, 2nd Bart., by
Eugenie Frederica Fulcher, dau. of the late Major-Gen.
Edward Alfred Green Emmott-Rawdon, of Rawdon
Grange, Yorkshire; h. 1879; s. 1903; m. 1911
Dorothy, eldest dau. of the late Robert William Dacre

Barley, Esq. Sir Henry Ripley, who was educated at
Eton, and was formerly Lieut. 1st R. Dragoons, is a
Magistrate for Shropshire and for Herefordshire, and
Capt. Reserve of Officers, and was temp. Capt. 5th
Reserve Regt. of Cav. 1915-17, served on the Staff
1917-18, and was temp. Lieut. R.A.F. 1918-19.^
Bedstone Court. Bucknell, Shropshire; Carlton and
Boodle's Clubs, s.w. ; Cavalry Club, w.
Heir, his son Edward Robert Guy, b. 191 1.

RIPLEY, Sir (Frederic) Hugh, Bart. — Cr.

Eldest son of Sir Frederic Ripley, 1st Bart, by
Catherine, dau. of David Little, Esq., of Mount Royal,
Yorkshire; b. 1878 ; s. 1907 ; m. 1902 Mary Georgina
Shute, youngest dau. of the late Francis Adams, Esq., of
Llyfnant, Cheltenham. Sir Hugh Ripley, who was
educated at Eton, and was formerly Lieut. 2nd Life
Guards, is Capt. 3rd Batt. Argyll and Sutherland

tieir Fres., his brother Geoffrey Arnold, Lieut. Igt R. Dra-
goons, Special Reserve ; was temp. Lieut. 6th Reserve Rei?t.
of Cav. 1914-15; called to the Bar at the Inner Temple
1912 ; educated at Eton and at Hertford Coll., Oxford ; i.
18S3 ; m. 1908 Sybil Augusta, 2nd dau. of Thomas New-
man Frederick Bardwell, Esq., of Bolton Hall, Yorkshire.

RIPON, Marquess of (Frederick Oliver
Robinson, G.C.V.O.).— Cr. 1871.

Only son of George Frederick Samuel, 1st Marquess,
K.G., G.C.S.L, CLE., P.C., by Henrietta Anne Theo-
dosia, C.I., who d. 1907, elder dau. of the late Henry
Vyner, Esq., of Newby Hall, Yorkshire, and of Gautby
Hall, Lincolnshire; b. 1852; s. 1909; m. 1885 Con-
stance Gladys, who d. 1 9 1 7, youngest dau. of Sidney, I st
Lord Herbert of Lea, P.O., sister of George Robert
Charles, 13th Earl of Pembroke.and widow ofSt. George
Henry, 4th Earl of Lonsdale. The Marquess of Ripon,
who was educated at Eton, is a J.P. and D.L. for the
N. Riding and a J.P. for the W. Riding of Yorkshire,
was formerly Capt. W. Riding of Yorkshire Rifle Vols,
and M.P. for Ripon 1874-80, and has been Treasurer
of the Household to H.M. Queen Alexandra since
1901 and a Trustee of the Wallace Collection since
\gV2.— Studley RoyaX, Ripon; Combe Court, Kingston
Hill, Surrey ; White's, Marlborotigk, Hurlingham, and
Orleans Clubs, s.w. ; Ttirf Club, w. ; Yorkshire Club,

RIPON, Bishop of (the Right Rev. Thomas
Wortlet Drurt, D.D.).

Second son of t)ie Rev. William Drui-y, Vicai' of Kirk
Braddan, Lile of Man, who d. 1887, by Jane MeU-alte,
who d. 1871, dau. of the late Nathaniel WiUiam
Wortley,Esq., of Ridlington; A. 1847; m. 1871 Catherine
Beatrice, who d. 1914, dau. of Capt. Eilward Dumergue,
late Madras Army. The Bishop of Ripon, who was
educated at King William's Coll., Isle of Man, and at
Christ's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1870, M.A. 1873, B.D.
1900, D.D. 19U7), was Mathematical Master at King
William's Coll. 1871-6; Rector of Holy Trinity,
Chesterfield, and Chaplain of the Chesterfield Union
1870-82; Principal of the Church Missionary Coll.,
Islington, 1882-99; Select Preacher at Cambridge
Univ. 1899, 1901, 1908 and 1916; Principal of Ridley
Hall, Cambridge, 1899-1907, a Member of the Fulbam
Conference on Confession and Absolution 1901, of the
R. Commission on Ecclesiastical Discipline 1004-6
and of the War Office Chaplains Committee 1905 ;
consecrated Bishop of Sodor and Man 1907 and
translated to Ripon 1911 ; is Patron of 93 livings. —
The Palace, Ripon ; National Club, s.w.

RIPPON, Valentine Arthue, Esq., of Rogerley
Hall, CO. Durham.
Only son of Valentine Rippon, Esq., J.P., of
Rogerley Hall, who d. 1881, by Sarah Ann, who d.




1912, dau. of the late Francis Penrose Drake, Esq.,
of Woburn, Bedfordshire ; b. 1862 ; w - 1898 Julia Kate,
dau. of the late Thomas Bales, Esq., of The White
House, Ascot, and has a dau., Valentine Elsie Lorina.
Mr. Rippon is a Magistrate for co. Durham. — Roqerley
Hall, Frosterley S.O., co. Durham.

RISLEY, Lady. See Aylnier.

Ritchie).— Cr. 1905.

Second and only surviving son of Charles Thomson,
1st Lord, P.C., by Margaret, who d. 1905, dau. of the
late Thomas Ower, Esq., of Perth; A. 1866 ; s. 1906;
?n. 1898 Sarah Ruth, 4th dau. of the late Louis John
Jennings, Esq., M.P. Lord Ritchie of Dundee is one
of H.M.'s Lieuts. for the City of London and has been a
Member of the Port of London Authority since 1909
and Vice-Chairman since 191.S. — Residence: Strand
Plat, WincheUea ; Carlton Club, s.w. ; Garrick Club.
■w.c. ; 18a, Colli}igham Gardens, s.w.

Beir, bis son Philip Charles Thomson, *. 1899.

+ RITCHIE, Sir James William, Barfc., M.B.E.
— Cr. 1918.

B. 1868; m. 1st 1898 (marriage dissolved 1913) Ada
Bevan, dau. of the late Edward Bevan ap Rees Bryant,
Esq., of Barnet ; 2ndly 1913 Edna Muriel, 3rd dau. of
the late James Frederick Emerton, Esq., of Chelten-
ham. Sir James Ritchie is one of H.M.'s Lieuts. for
the City of London. — Carlton Cluh, s.w. ; GarricTi
Club, w.c. ; 26, Melcombe Conrt, Dorset Square, Regint's
Park; n.w.

Heir, his son James Edward Thomson, 6. 1902.

RITCHIE, Grace Vernon, Lady.

Dau. of the late Thomas Nicholson, Esq. ; m. 1856,
as 2nd wife, the Hon. Sir William Johnston Ritchie,
Chief Justice of Canada, who was cr. Knt. 1881, and
d. 1892.— 0«a«ra, Catiada.

RITCHIE, Sir George, Knt.— Cr. 1910.

Eldest son of the late Alexander Ritchie, of Kingsmuir,
by Margaret Carver; b. 1849; vi. 1877 Agnes, dau. of
the late David Scrimgeour, of Wormit, Fife. Sir George
Ritchie, who was educated at Kingsmuir School and
at Forfar Burgh School, is a J.P. for Forfarshire, a
J.P. and D.L. for the co. of the City of Dundee, and
a Produce Merchant in Dundee. — 34, Seagate, Dundee.

RITCHIE, Daniel Norman, Esq., of The
Holmes, Ro.xburghshire.
Second son of Daniel Ritchie, Esq., Surgeon R.N., of
Blackwood, Penshurst, Victoria, who d. 1865, by Janet,
dau. of Andrew Roy, Esq., of Ashburn, Alloa, N.B. ; b.
1864; m. 1900 Isabel Juliet, eldest dau. of the late
Archibald John Maclean, Esq., J.P. and D.L.. of
X'ennycross, L of Mull, and has 2 daus., Janet Ruth
and Elspeth Maclean.— 7'Ac Holmes, St. Boswelts, N.B.
Union Club, s.w.

RITCHIE. See Barday-Allardice.

RITTER, Mrs., of Roe Park, co. Londonderry ;
and oT The Thrupp, Gloucestershire.
Elizabeth Jane Smith, oldest dau. of Alfred John
Stanton, Esq., M.P., of The Tlirupp, who d. 1906, by
his 1st wife Anna, who d. 1858, eldest dau. of the late
John Alexander, l^sq., of Limavady, co. Londonderry,
and sister of the late Samuel Maxwell Alexander, Esq.,
of Eoe Park ; «. her uncle at Roe Park 1886 ; m. 1887
John Edward Ritter, Esq., a J.P. for co. Londonderry

(High Sheriff 1889), who d. 1901, and has, with other
issue, a son, * Edward Stanton, b. 1888 ; m. 1918 Elsie
Mildred, youngest dau. of the late W. H. Jones, Esq.,
and has a dau. — Roe Park, Limavady , co. Londonderry.

RIVAZ, Sir Charles Montgomery, K. C.S.I. —
Cr. 1901.

Son of the late John Theophilus Rivaz, Esq., B.C.S.,
of Watford Place, Herts, by Mary, dau. of the late
William Lambert, Esq., B.S.C.; "6. 1845; m. 1874
Emily, dau. of the late Major-Gen. Agnew, B.S.C.
Sir Charles Rivaz, who was educated at Blackheath
Proprietary School, was a Member of the Legislative
Council of India 1896-8, and of the Viceroy's Council
1898-1902, and Lieut.-Governor of the Punjab
1902-7.— 41, Hill Street, Berkeley Square, w.

RIVERS. See Dimhar-Dunbar-Rivers ; and Pitt-

RIVERSDALE. See Alcock-Stawell-Riveredale.


RIVINGTON, Charles Robert, Esq., of Castle
Bank, Westmorland.

Third surviving son of Charles Rivingt.on, Esq., who
d. 1876; b. 1846; m. 1st 1869 Fanny Ann, who d.
1875, dau. of Duncan Campbell, Esq., of Ad par, Cardi-
ganshire ; 2ndly 1881 .Amy, dau. of William Chippindale,
Esq., and has, with other issue, * Robert Campbell, b.
1870. Mr. Rivington is a J.P. and D.L. for Westmor-
land, and was High Sheriff 190S.— Castle Bank, Appleby ;
Conservative Club, s.w. ; 74, Elm Park Gardens, s.w.

RIXON, William Augustus, Esq., of Tnrkdean
Manor, Gloucestershire.

Eldest son of Augustus William Rixon, Esq., who d.
1914, by Mary Ann, who d. 1902, dau. of the late
James Samuel Graham, Esq. ; b. 1858 ; m. 1890 Julia
Maria, 2nd dau. of the late Richard Mathews, Esq.,
of Oatlands Park, Surrey, and widow of Col. Sir
Francis John Bolton, C.E. Mr. Rixon is a J.P. and
C. Aid. for Gloucestershire (High Sheriff 1914), and
Lord of the Manors of Upper and Nether Turkdean. —
Turkdean Manor, Nurthleach, Gloucestershire; Arts
Club, yi.;New Club, Cheltenham.

ROBARTES, Lord. See Clijden, Viscount.

ROBARTES. See Clifden, Viscount.

ROBARTS, Abraham John, Esq., of Tile House,
Lillingstone Dayrell, Buckinghamshire.

Eldest son of Abraham George Robart^, Esq., Banker,
of London, who d. 1860, by Elizabeth Sarali, dau. of
the late Col. John Henry Smyth, M.P., of H.ath
Hall, Yorkshire; b. 1838; m. 1869 the Hon. Edith,
who d. 1919, younger dau. of Percy, 8th Viscount
Barrington, and has, with other issue, * John, a J.P.
for Bucks ; b. 1872; m. 1898 Margaret Georgina Louisa,
eldest dau. of Sir Hugh Arthur Henry Cholmeley, 3rd
Bart Mr. Robarts, who was educated at Eton and at
Ch. Ch., O-xford (B.A. 1859), is a J.P. and U.L. for
Bucks (High Sheriff 1869) »nd Patron of 1 living; was
on the roll for High Sheriff of co. London for 1895;
late Capt. Bucks Yeo. Car.— Tile Home, Lillingstone
Davrcll, Biickinghanwhire ; 29, HUl Street, w.
^ 1139



Frederick Spencer,


ROBB, Major-Gen.

kIc.B. K.G.M.G., K.C.V.O - C.
K.C.V.O. 1914, K.C.B. 1915, K.C.M.G

■younger 'son of Capt. John Rubb, R.N., A.D.C
Rutland Gata " "^ -'- " "'^'

Simpson, Esq., of Carfin Hall,
'9 ; m. 1908 Adele Vandeleur, dau.

;.W., wiio d. 1 859, by Mary Anne, who ,

rf. 1912, youngest I

Boulton, Esq., of Tew Park, uxiorusu.r., .- .u^. , ,
m. 1897 Wilhelmine Rose, youngest dau. ot the late |
Charles William Stoughton, Esq., J.P. and D.L., ol ,
Ballynoe, co. Kerry. Sir Frederick Robb, who was
educated at Cheam, at Harrow, at Trinity Hall,
Cambridge (B.A. 1880, M.A. 1883), and at the R. Mil.
Coll., Sandhurst, is a Major-Gen., late Durham L.I.,
and was Deputy Assistont Adjutant-Gen. at Head-
quarters 1897-1902 and in the Sudan 1898 ; Assistant
Adiutant-Gen. at Headquarters 1902-4; in command
of the 1 1th Infantry Brigade and Colchester Garnson
1905-9; Major-Gen. in charge of Administration,
Aldersh'ot, 1909-14 ; Assistant to the Chief of the
Imperial Gen. Staff, and subsequently Inspector-Gen.
of Communications, B.E.F., with the temp, rank of
Lieut.-Gen,, 1914; Mil. Secretory to the Secretary of.
State for War and Secretary of the Selection Board
1914-16 and Major-Gen. in charge of Administration
E. Command, 1916-19; had the Order of the Red
Eagle of Prussia, 2nd Class, with SI-at.— Naval and
Military Club, w. ; 46, Rutland Gate, s.w.

ROBB, of Pittricliie, Aberdeenshire. See Leslie.

BOBBINS, Sir Edmund, K.B.E.— Or. 1917.

Second son of Richard Robbins, Esq., Town Councillor,
of Launeeston, Cornwall, who d. 1910, by Mary, who
d. 1881, only dau. of the late Joshua Farthing, Esq.,
of Launeeston ; h. 1847 ; >». 1870 Jeannette, only dau.
of the late William Pearson, Esq., of Plymouth. Sir
Edmund Robbins, who wa.s educated at Eagle House
Academy and at Priory House Academy, Launeeston,
was SiwVetary of the Provincial Newspaper Society
1870-81, Chief Sub-Editor of the Press Assocation Ltd.
1870-4, Secretary and Assistant Manager 1874-80, and
Manager 1880-1917; is Secretary of the Admiralty,
War Office and Press Committee, Chairman of the
Liberator Relief Fund Committee and a Vice-President
of the Newspaper Press Fund.— 168, Peckham Sye
Common, s.e.

late Alexander

Lanarkshire ; b.

of the late Arthur Edward Clabburn, Esq., formerly

Lieut. 75th and 81st Regts. Mr. Roberton, who was

educated at St. Edward's School, Oxford, was formerly

Lieut. 16th Lancers.— La)«c*o/^e, Holytown, Lanarkshire.


of the late Matthew Robinson I jj^Qgp,jj_,j,g Q^m^tess (AlLEEN MaRY
Park, Oxfordshire; h. I808 ; ,-, r» ir \ n„ 1 Qm

D.B.E.).— Or. 1901.

Elder surviving dau. of F. M. Frederick Sleigh, 1st

Earl Roberts, V.C, K.G., K.P., G.C.B., G.C.S.I.,

G.C.I.E., O.M., P.C, D.C.L., LL.D., D.Litt, by Nora

Henrietta, C.T., a Lady of the R. Red Cross, dau. of

the late Capt. John Bews, 73rd Begt. ; s. under a

special remainder 1914. — Englemere, Ascot, Berkshire.

Heiress Pres., her sister Lady Ada Edwina Stewart, O.B.E.,

m. 1913 Lieut.-Col. and Brevet Col. (temp. Brigadier-Gen.)

Henry Frederick Elliott Lewin, C.M.G.. R.A., and has a

son, » Frederick Roberts Alexander, to whom H.M. Qaeen

Alexandra stood sponsor, b. 1815.

ROBERTS, the Right Hon. George Henry.

Son of George Henry Roberts, Esq., of WhiteluiU
Road, Norwich, who d. 1909, by Annie Roberts, who d.
1903, dau. of the late John Larkman, Esq., of Loddon,
Norfolk; b 1859; m. 1895 Annie, dau. of Horace
Marshall, Esq., of Norwich. Mr. Roberts, who was
educated at St. Stephen's School, Norwich, and at the
Technical Institute, is a Printer, and a J.P. for Norwicli
and wa-s a Member of the Norwich Scliool Board 1899-
1903, a Junior Lord of the Treasury 1915-16, Parlia-
mentary Secretary to the Board of Trade 1916-17 and
Minister of Labour 1917-19 ; appointed Food Con-
troller 1919 ; has been Organizer of the Typographical
Association since 1904, and M.P. for Norwich since
1906. — Westminster House, 104, Earlham Road,
Norwich ; 6, Buckingham Street, w.c.

ROBERTS, the Hon. Mrs., of Coed-du Park,

Marie Theresa, 3rd dau. of William Henry John, 11th
Lord North, by Frederica, a Lady of Honour of the
Order of Malta, who d 1915. 2nd dau. of the late Coinm.
Richard Howe Cockerell, R.N.; m. 1892 Arthur
Phillips Roberts, Esq., late Capt. R. Flintshire
Militia, of Coed du Park, a J.P. and D.L. for
Flintshire (High Sheriff 1911), who d. 1911, leaving
a son, *John Troughton Phillips, late Lieut. Irish
Guards; educated at Harrow; b. 1894. — Residence:
The Bungalow, Walton-on the-Hill, Epsom, Surrey.

ROBBINS, Sir Alfred Farthing, Knt., F.J.I.
— Cr. 1917.
Youngest son of Richard Robbins, Esq., Town Coun-
cillor, of Launeeston, Cornwall, who d. 1910, by
Mary, who d. 1881, only dau. of the late Joshua
Farthing, Esq., of Launeeston; b. 1856; m. 1882
Ellen, youngest dau. of the late John Pitt, Esq., of
Hitchin, Hertfordshire. Sir Alfred Robbins, who was
educated at Launeeston Grammar School, is a
Journalist and Author ; was Chairman of the London
Dist.of the Institute of Journalists 1903, Vice-Presi-
dent of the Institute 1904 and President 1908, and a
Member of the Council of the Society of Dram;
Critics 1907-12; has been London Correspondent of
the "Birmingham Post" since 1888; Chairman of

the Institute of Journalists' Orphan Fund since 1911 ; ^„„„,„„ n- t t> i. l;-^r■^ -m-u

Hon. Treasurer of the Institute since 1914 ; President | ROBERTS, Sir JamES, Bart., of Mllner Field

ROBERTS, Sir Thomas Langdon Howland,
Bart., of Glassenbury, Kent.— Cr. 1809.t
Elder son of Col. Sir Howland Roberts, oth Bart., J.P.
and D.L., late 4th Vol. Batt. Rifle Brigade (London
Irish), V.D., by Elizabeth Marie, 2nd dau. of the late
William Tell La Roche, Esq., M.D., of Harrington
Park, New Jersey; b. 1898; s. 1917; educated at
Westminster and at the R. Mil. Academy, Woolwicli ;
is Lieut. R.V.A.— 75a, Lexham Gardens, Kensington, w.
Heir Prei., his brother Gilbert Howland, Sub-Lieut. K.N.:

of the Board of Gen. Purposes of the United Grand
Lodge of Freemasons of England since 1913, and a
Member of the Committee of the Critics' Circle since
ig\%,—l}ational JAlieral Club, s.w.; 32, File George
Avenue, Baron's Court, w.

Esq , of



Lauchope, Lanarkshire.

Eldest son of John Roberton, Esq., J.P., of Lauchope,

who (/. 1906, by Elizabeth Gray, eldest dau. of the

Yorkshire ; and of Strathallan Castle,

Perthshire.— Cr. 1909.
Fourth son of James Roberts, Esq., of Haworth, York-
shire, who d. 1888, by Jane, who d. 1878, only dau. of

t Tlie preVK

creation ot ] 620 of Glassenbury is claimed by the
?Tit Baronet is the lineal representative of Thomas,
2nd son of the 1st Bart, of that creation, and claims to be the 13th

The Pedigree tracing th
cewive UUter Kinga-at-Axc

has been registered by 1




tlu- late William Hartley, Esy., of Earby, Yorkshire ;
/-. 184S; M. 1S73 Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of the late William
Fostir, K,s(j.. of Harden.Yorkshiro. Sir James Eoberts,
who was eiliKMti'(l at Haworth, is a Magistrate for the
W. Killing of Yorkshire, and was formerly head of the
firm of .Sir Titus Salt, Bart., Sons & Co. Ltd., Saltaire.
— Miliier ftchi, llingley, Yorkshire; Strathaltan Castle,
Machany, Perthshire ; ff. Automohile, and British
Empire C/ubs, s.w. ; Liheral, and Union Clubs, Bradford;
30, Hyde Parle Gardens, w.

Heir, his grandson James Denby, elder son of Bertram
Foster Roberts, Esq., who d. 1912, by JSUza Gertrude, only
dan. of Sir Ellis Denby, J.P., of Wycliffe House, Shipley,
Yorkshire; i. 1904.

+ ROBERTS, Sir Aethdr Cornelius, K.B.E.
— Cr. 1917.

Son of the late Stephen Arthur Roberts, Esq., of
Clapham Park; b. 1869; m. 1905 Madeleine Rose,
dan. of the lato F. C. Urown, Esq. Sir Arthur Roberts,
wlio was educated at New Coll., Eastbourne, is Senior
Partner in the firm of A. C. Roberts, Wright & Co.,
Chartered Aecountants; was formerly Expert Financial
Adviser to the Air Board, Assistant Director-Gen. E.
Army Clothing Departnieut, War Office, and Hon. Chief
Auditor of Works-Accounts, Air Ministry ; elected a
Member of the London C.C. 1919.— CopMorMe, 29,
Aldringham Road, Strcatham, s.w.

ROBERTS, Louisa, Lady.

Dau. of John Chadwick, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Wood-
ville, near Stockport, who d. 1901; m. 1881, as his
3rd wife. Sir Owen Roberts, F.S.A., D.C.L., LL.D.,
of Plas Diiias, Carnarvon, an Hon. Fellow of Jesus
Coll., Oxford, a Barrister-at-Law, a J.P. and D.L. for
Carnarvonshire (High Sheriff 1907), and for the co. of
London, a J.P. for Surrey, one of H.M.'s Lieuts. for the
City of London, and a Member of Court of Leeds Univ.,
who was prominent in promoting the Technical and
Higher Education of Women, and who was cr. Knt.
1888, and d. 1915. — Henley Pari; Gmldford, Sumy.

ROBERTS, EvELTN Augusta, Lady.

Only dan. of the late Evan Evans, Esq., of Carnarvon ;
m. 1887 Sir John Thomas Roberts, a Solicitor and a
J.P. and Aid. of Carnarvon (Mayor 1909-11), who was

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