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Wadham Coll., Oxford (Scholar 1892, B.A. 1894, M.A.
191 3, Hon. Fellow 1917), called to the Bar at the Inner
Temple 1896, appointed a K.C. 1912 and elected a
Bencher 1917, wasappointeda Judge of the High Court
of Justice, King's Bench Div,, 1917. — Union, and
Northern Counties' Clubs, s.w. ; Cavendish Club, w. ;
County Club, Durham ; Mailing, Calonnc Boad, Wimble-
don Common, s.w, ; Fountain Court, Temple, e.g.



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ROCHE, Miss, of Carass, co. Limerick.

Isabella Susan Alice, only child of Sir David Vande-
leur Roche, 2Dd Bart., of Carass, who d. 1908, by his
1st wife the Hon. Isabella Susannah Adelaide, who d.
1871, youngerdau.of Eyre, 3rd Lord Clarina.— Carass,
near Groom, co. Limerick.



ROCHE, Mrs., of Ardeer, Ayrshire.

Louisa Forbes, eldest dau. of Patrick Warner, Esq., J. P.,
of Ardeer, whorf. 1915, by Matilda Louisa, whorf. 1883,
youngest dau. of the late Eev. Thomas John Theobald,
Rector of Nunney, Somerset ; m. 1888 Lieut-Col.
Eugenius Alfred Roche, ret. pay, late R.A.M.C, who
d. 1918, and has, with other issue, a5on,*AlfredLyttle-
ton, Capt. R. Scots Fusiliers ; educated at Bradfield
Coll.; h. 1891; m. 1915 Alice May, youngest dau.
of the late Thomas Stanier, Esq., of 14, Brunswick
Square, Brigliton. — Residence : 2, Perceval Terrace,
Keviptown, Brighton.



ROCHE, of Tregunter Park, Breconsbire ;
and of Tremadoc, Carnarvonshire. See
Davidson, Mrs.



ROCHE. See FcTTiwy, Lord.

ROCHE-KELLY, Basil James, Esq., of Rocks-
town Castle, and Islandmore, co. Limerick.

Eldest son of John Joseph Roche-Kelly, Esq., D.L., of
Rockstown Castle, and Islandmore, who d. 1898, by his
2nd wife Catharine O'Donnell, wlio d. 1902, dau. of the
late Francis O'Donnell Murphy, Esq., of Kilcairne Park,
. CO. Meath; b. 1877. Mr. Roche-Kelly, who was edu-
cated at Stonyhurst Coll., is a Magistrate for co.
Limerick (High Sheriff 1900), Major aud Hon. Lieut-
Col. Reserve of Officers, late Limerick City R.F.A.,
Special Reserve, and Lord of the Manor of Islandmore.
— Islandmore, Croome, co. lAnierick.



ROCHESTER, Bishop of (the Right Rev.
John Reginald Hakmer, D.D.).

Only son of the Rev. George Harmer, Vicar of Maise-
more, Gloucestershire, who d. 1877, by Kate, who d.
1892, only dau. of the late Frank Kitching, Esq. ; b.
1857 ; m. 1894 Mary Dorothy, youngest dau. of the late
Arthur Herbert Somers Cocke, Esq., C.B., Bengal Civil
Service. Educated at Eton and at King's Coll., Cam-
bridge (B.A. 1881, M.A. 1884, D.D. 1895), M.A.
Durham 1885 and Adelaide 1895; was a Fellow of
King's Coll., Cambridge 1883-9; Domestic Chaplain
to the Bishop of Durham 1884-9, Vice-Principal of
the Cambridge Clergy Training School 1891-3, Ex-
amining Chaplain to the Bishop of Durliam 1890-5, a
Fellow of C.C.C, Cambridge 1890-9 and Dean 1892-
5 ; consecrated Bishop of Adelaide 1895, and trans-
lated to Rochester 1905 ; is a Comm. of the Belgian
Order of Leopold II. and Patron of 33 livings ; elected
an Hon. Fellow of C.C.C, Cambridge 1905.— TAe Old
Palace, Rochester, Kent; Athen


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