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y, Chip-
penham, Wiltshire; Oxford and Cambridyc Club, s.w. ;
54, Ecdeslon Square, s.w.



ROOKE. See Trelawny.

ROOKWOOD, Lady.

Sophia Harriet, eldest dau. of Major Digby Lawrell,
who d. 1874, by Frances Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas
Dickinson, Esq. ; m. 1900, as 3rd wife, Henry John
(Selwin-Ibbetson), 1st and only Lord Rookwood,
(cr. 1892), who d.s.p. 1902.— 62, Princes Gate, s.w.
115S



ROOFER, the Rev. John George, of Ripton
Abbots, Huntingdonshire.
Eldest son of the Rev. Plumer Pott Rooper, of
Ripton Abbots, who d. 1881, by Georgiana, who d.
1890, 5th dau. of the late George Thornhill, Esq.,
M.P., of Diddington, Huntingdonshire; b. 1852.
Educated at Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1874); is
Patron and Rector of Ripton Abbots. — Ripton Abbots
Rectory, Hmitingdon.

ROOS OF BELVOIR, Lord. See under Rut-
land.

ROOS-KEPPEL. See Kcppel.

ROPER, Mrs., of Forde Abbey, Dorsetshire.

Elizabeth Harriot, only child of George Wildman
FitzGerald, Esq., of Maperton House, Somerset, who
d. 1872, by Frances Isabel, who d. 1900, dau. of the
late Sprott Boyd, Esq., M.D., of Broadmeadows,
Selkirkshire; m. 1898 Freeman Roper, Esq., M.A., a
Magistrate for Dorsetshire (High Sheriff 1917) :uid fur
Somerset (eldest son of the late Freeman Clark .Sanuiel
Roper, Esq., of Palgrave House, Eastbourne), and has
had, with a dau., 2 sons, George FitzGerald, Lieut.
R.A. ; b. 1899, and d. 1919 ; and *6eoffrey Desmond,
educated at Wellington and at Malvern; b. 1901.
Mrs. Roper «. her cousin Miss Sarah Boyd Evans,
1906. —Forde Abbey, Chard, Somerset.

ROPER. See Trevor-Roper.

ROPER-CALDBECK, Major Willum Cald-
BECK, of Moyle Park, co. Dublin.
Only son of Thomas Roper, Esq., a J.P. for co. Dublin,
who d. 1887, by Dora, who d. 1886, dau. of the late
Francis Cope Caldbeck, Esq. ; b. 1865; ?h. 1898 Alice
Mary, dan. of Jasper Young, Esq., of Garroch, New
Galloway, N.B., and has, with other issue, a son,
» William Noel, b. 1902. Major Roper-Caldbeck, who
was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1876),
called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1S96, and
assumed the additional surname of Caldbeck under the
will of his cousin William Caldbeck, Esq., D.L., of
Moyle Park, is a J.P. for co. Dublin, and Major late
6th Batt. R. Dublin Fusiliers and was temp. Major
in the Army 1916-18; appointed to the Staff', w'ith
the temp, rank of Major, 1918, and granted the temp.
rank of Lieut. -Col. 1919. — Residence: Lenviade Lodge,
near Norurich, Norfolk; Junior United Service Club,
s.w. ; University Club, Dublin.

ROPER-CURZON. See Teynham, Lord.

ROPER-FITZ GERALD, Charles Edward
Alexander, Esq., of Lackagh, co. Kildare.
Elder son of Alexander Roper, Esq., of Drax, Kent,
who d. 1899, by Geraldine Sophia, who d. 1898. ehler
dau. of the late Charles FitiiGerald, Esq., of Lackagh ;
b. 1863 ; s. his uncle Capt. Frederick Lattin Fitz
Gerald 1908. Mr. Roper-Fitz Gerald, who was edu-
cated in Paris and at Dr. Crawley's Academy, Dublin,
and assumed the additional surname of Fitz Gerald
by deed poll 1913, was called to the Bar at King's
Inns, Dublin, 1889, and was High Sheriff of co.
Kildare 1918.— 55, Leesoa Park, Dublin; Constitutional
Club, yi.c.

ROPNER, Sir Emil Hugo Oscar Robert, Bart.,

of Preston Hall, co. Durham ; and of

Skutterskelfe Hall, Yorkshire.— Cr. 1904..

Eldest son of John Henry Ropner, E.sq., of Magdeburg,

Prussia, who d. 1 848, by Emilie, dau. of the late Alfred



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THE UNITED KINGDOM.



IJ.'ssel, Esq., of Dresden , Saxony ; h. 1838; m. 1859
Mary Aiiiik, lUu. of the late John Craik, Esq., of
Newtou Stewart, Wigtowushire. Sir Emil Eopner, i
who was educated in Germany, is an owner and a
builder of steamships, a J. P. and D.L. for co. Durham
(High Sherifif 1896), a J.P. for the N. Riding of York-
sliire, and Patron of 1 liring; formerly Lieut.-Col.
Comm. and Hon. Col. 1st Vol. Batt. Durham L.I., V.D. ;
was M.P. for Stockton-on-Tees 1900-Jan. 1910.— P«s-J
ton Hall, Slockton-on-Tees : Skutierskelfe Hall, Clevc \
land, Yorkshire; Carlton Club, s.w. ; Constitutional,
Club, w.c.

Heir, his son John Henry, a J.P. and D.L. for co. Durham '
(High Sheriff 1911),aDd IJeut.-Col. and Hon. Col. late 1st
Vol. Batt. Durham L.I., V.D. ; 6. 1S60 ; m. 1888 Margaret,
dau. of John McGregor, Esq., of Tiusley, and has 2 daus.

ROSCOB, Mrs. Edward, of CHftoa Manor,
Warwickshire.
May Frances, only dau. of Thomas Sutton Townsend,
Esq.. J-P., C.C, of Clifton Manor, who d. 1918, by
his 1st wife Mary Alice, who d. 1896, only dau. of
the late Thomas Ainsworth, Ksq.. D.L., of The Flosh,
Cumberlniul ; m. 1904 Edward Gawne Roscoe, Esq., of
Horn Hill Court, Chalfont St. Peter, Bucks, a Solicitor,
and has, «nlli other issue, a son, *Edward John Town-
send, h. 1013. Mrs. Eoscoe is Lady of the Manor and
Lay Rector of Clifton-on-Dunsmore. — Clifton Manor,
Ruyby ; 43, J'alace Gardens Terrace, w.

ROSE, Sir Francis Cyril, Bart.— Cr. 1872.

Only son of Sir Cyril Stanley Rose, 3rd Bart.,
by Laetitia, only dau. of Emile Hippolyte Rouy,
Esq.; b. 1909; s. ]9\5.—Tilford Way, Farnham,
Surrey.

HHr Pre!., bis cousin Sir Charles Henry Rose, 3rd Bart.,



ROSE, JuLTA Charlotte Sophia, Lady. See

Tweeddale, Marchioness of.

ROSE, Katherine Elizabeth, Lady.

Dau. of the late Alexander Macalister, Esq., of
Torresdale Castle, Argyllshire; m. 1868 Sir William
Rose, 2nd Bart., who d. 1902.— Tilford Way, Farnham,
Surrey.

ROSE, Sir Philip Frederick, Bart., of Ray-
ners, Buckinghamshire. — Cr. 1874.
Eldest son of Sir Philip Rose, 1st Bart., by Marga-
retta, who d. 1889. dau. of the late Robert Ranking,
Esq.; A. 1843; s. 1883; m. 1866 Rose Annie, dau. of
the late Rev. William WoUaston Pym, Rector of
WiUian, Hertfordshire. Sir Philip Rose, who was
educated at Harrow, and admitted a Solicitor 1863
but has retired from practice, is a J.P. and D.L. for
Bucks (High Sheriff 1898).— fla^Jjer*. Penn, Bucking-
hamshire; The Warren, Shanklin, I. of Wight; Junior
Carlton, and R. Automobile Clubs, s.w.

Heir, his grand-on Philip Humphrey Vivian, only son of
Capt. Philip Vivian Rose, temp. Oapt. Qen. List, New
Armies, ritall Oapt. 63rd Infantry Brigade, and a Solicitor,
who vas temp. Capt. 7th .Service) Batt. 1914-16, and
previously Capt. 3rd Batt. Oxfordshire and Baciingh.



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ivtd in action) 1917,



lifred, 'ind dau. ot William Gillilan, Esq.



ROSE, Sir Charles Henry, Bart., ofHardwick
House, Oxfordshire.— Cr. 1909.
Only sun of Sir Frank Stanley Rose, 2nd Bart., Capt.
10th R. Hussars (who was killed inaction), by Daphne,
youni'er dau. of the late Capt. Henry Brooks Gaskell,
of Kiddington Hall, Oxfordshire; b. 1912; s. 1914.—
Hardmck House, Whitchurch, Oxfordshire.



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ROSE, Eliza, Lady.

Dau. of John Robinson M'Clean, Esq., formerly M.P.
for E. Staffordshire, whorf. 1873 ; m. 1871 Sir Charles
Day Rose, 1st Bart., M.P., who d. 1913.— Gladswood,
Cambcrley, Surrey.

ROSE, Sir Thomas Kirke, Knt., D.Sc— Cr.
1914.
Youngest son of Thomas Rose, Esq., of Denmark
Hill, who d. 1895, by Elizabeth, who d. 1903, dau. of
Abraham James, Esq., of London ; b. 186,'); m. 1890
Jenny, dau. of the late Joseph Benjamin Rundell,
Esq., Science and Art Department, S. Kensington.
Sir Thomas Rose, who was educated at Duhvich
Coll. and at the R. School of Mines (D.Sc. London
Univ. 1895), was engaged in the treatment of gold
ores in Colorado and elsewhere 1887-90, and has
been in the R. Mint since 1890; appointed Chemist
and Assayer of the R. Mint 1002; is the Author of
" The Metallurgy of Gold " and of a number of papers
on gold and other metals. — Ashdown, Norlhwood,
Middlesex; Royal Mint, Tower Hill, E.

ROSE, Benjamin Frend, Esq., of Boskell, co.
Limerick.
Younger son of Robert de Eos Rose, Esq., J.P., of
Ahabeg, co. Limerick, who d. 1900, by Agnes Eliza,
younger dau. and eventual co-heiress of the late
Benjamin Bunbury Frend, Esq., J.P., of Boskell ; b.
1886; s. the joint owners his mother and his aunt
Edith Margaret, widow of Major Henry Shell, late
R.A., and previously of George John Minchin, Esq.,
J.P. and D.L., of Busherstown, King's Co., by deed of
gift, 1913 ; m. 1917 liene L. N., 2nd dau. of the Ven.
William Malcolm Foley, B.D., Rector of Tralee and
Archdeacon of Ardfert, co. Kerry. Mr. Rose, who was
educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 191U), served
as a Motor Driver in R.A.S.C., Mesopotamia. — Boskell,
Caherconlish, co. Limerick; New Oxford and Cambridge
Club, s.w. ; County Club, Limerick.

ROSE, Adm. Henry, of Wolston Grange,
Warwickshire.
Second son of William George Rose, Esq., J.P., of
Wolston Grange, who d. 1877, by Charlotte, who d.
1887, dau. of the late Edward Blackburn, Esq., Chief
Justice of Mauritius; b. 1844 ; s. his brother William
Molyneux Rose, Esq., J.P., 1917. Adm. Rose is an
Adm. ret. R.N. and Patron of 1 living. — Wolston
Grange, Rugby ; 2, Neville Terrace, Oitsloio Gardens.

ROSE, Lient.-Col. Hugh, C.M.G., of Kilravock
Castle, Nairnshire.
Only surviving son of Major James Rose, late Indian
Army, formerly Lord Lieut, of Nairnshire, of Kilravock
Castle, who d. 1909, by his 1st wife Anna Maria, whod.
1867, 3rd dau. of the late Lieut.-Gen. George Twemlow,
BeugalArt.; b. 1863. Lieut.-Col. Rose, whowaseducated
at Inverness, at Wellington Coll., and at the R. Mil.
Coll., Sandliurst, is a J.P. and D.L. for Nairnshire,
Lieut.-Col. Reserve of Officers, and Lieut.-Col. ret.,
late The Black Watch (R. Highlanders ) ; was a Camp
Commandant 1914-18.— c/o 'Messrs. Macrae, Flett
S; Bennie, 67, Castle Street, Edinburgh.

ROSE, Hugh Francis, Esq., of Holme Rose,
Inverness-shire.
Only svtrviving son of the Rev. Hugh Francis Rose, of
Holme Rose, who d. 1890, by Isabella Baillie, who d.
1915, dau. of the late Patrick Grant, Esq., of Cor-
rimony, N.B. ; b. 1859. Is a J.P. and D.L. for
Nairnshire. — Holme Rose, Cray, Fort George Station,
N.B.

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ROSE, Major Richard de Ros, M.C. (with.
Bar), of Ahabeg, co. Limerick; and of
Foxhall, CO. Tipperary. !

Elder son of Robert de Ros Rose, Esq., J. P., of
Ahabeg, -who d. 1900, by Agnes Eliza, younger dau.
and eventual co-heiress of the late Benjamin Buubury
Frend, Esq., J.P., of Boskell, co. Limerick; h. 1879 ;1
m. 1902 Gladys Mary, eldest dau. of the Rev. Frederick
Grnree Fohiis'.a, Principal of the R. Academy, Gosport.
Major Rose, who was educated at Emmanuel Coll.,
Cambridge, is a D.L. for co. Limerick (High Sherifl
1902) and Major ret., late temp. Capt. and Acting
Major R.Irish Rifles, previously 6th ( Service) Batt. —
Residences : Ardku, Limerick ; Lahinch^ co. Clare.

+ ROSE-INNES, the Right Hon. Sir James,
K.C.M.G., K.(J.— Cr. 190L

Son of James Rose-Innes, Esq., C.M.G., formerly
Under Secretary for Native AflFairs, Cape of Good

Hope, who d. 1906, by , dau. of the late Rev.

James Sprigg, M.A., of Ipswich ; b. 1855 ; m. 1881
Jessie Dodd, C.B.E., youngest dau. of the late W. D.
Pringle, Esq., of Bedford. Sir James Rose-Innes, who
was educated at Bedford, at Gill Coll., Somerset East,
and at the Cape of Good Hope Univ., and appointed a
Q.C. 1889, was Attorney-Gen. of the Cape of Good
Hope 1890-2 and 1900-1, Chief Justice of the Trans-
vaal 1901-10, and a Puisne Judge of the Appellate
Div. of the Supreme Court of S. Africa 1910-14;
appointed Chief Justice of the Union of S. Africa
1914.— Pari Street, Pretoria, South Africa.

ROSE-INNES, Sir Patrick, Knt., K.C., of
Blachiie, Aberdeenshire. — Cr. 1918.
Second surviving son of George Rose-Innes, Esq., J.P.
and D.L., of Blachrie, and of Ardfour, Banffshire, who
d. 1895, by Caroline, who d. 1898, youngest dau. of
the late John Claybrook, Esq., of Chester ; b. 1853 ;
m. 1897 Jane, who d. 1914, youngest dau. of William
Palmer, Esq., of Cote Hill, Cumberland. Sir Patrick
Rose-Tnnes, who was educated at Aberdeen Univ.,
called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1878, appointed a
K.C. 1912, and elected a Bencher 1915, was formerly
Major West London Rifle Vols., is a Magistrate for
Aberdeenshire, for Kent, and for Middlesex, and was
appointed Recorder of Sandwich and Bamsgate 1905. —
Vale Court, w. ; Blachrie, Aberdeenshire ; Carlton, and
Junior- Carlton Clubs, s.w. ; University Club, Aberdeen :
6, Crown Office Rota, Temple, e.c.

ROSE-INNES, Mrs. GREGORY, of Learn
Hall, Derbyshire ; of Netherdale, BanflT-
shire ; and of Bunachton, Inverness-shire.

Only surviving child of Col. Robert Athorpe, late R.E.,
of Learn Hall, who d. 1912, by Mary Grace Edith, who
d. 1 909, eldest dau. of the late Thomas Gilzean Eose-
Innes, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Netherdale, and of
Bunachton. Mrs. Gregory Rose-Innes, who s. her
grandmother Mrs. Grace Louisa Rose-Innes at
Netherdale and Bunachton, and assumed the additional
surname of Rose-Innes by deed-poll 1910, m. 1911
Geoffrey Gregory, Esq., a J.P. for Derbyshire, Capt.
6th (City of London) Batt. London Regt., and a Mining
Engineer, of Eyam, Derby.shire, who assumed the
additional surname of Rose-Innes by deed-poll 1911,
and has a dau., Grace Edith. — Learn Hall, Grindleford,
Derbyshire.

ROSEBERY AND MIDLOTHIAN, Earl of

(Archibald Philip Primrose, E.G., K.T.,

P.C., F.R.S., F.S.A., F.R.C.I., LL.D.).—

Cr. 1703 and 1911.

Only surviving son of Archibald, Lord Dalraeny,

who d. 1851, by Lady Catherine Lucv Wilhelmina

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(who d. 1901, having m. 1w\\\ 1854 Harry George.
4th and last Duke of Ckvel.iiiM. «li.. ,/ 1891). onlv
dau. of Philip Henry, 4th Iv.H Stiuilmpr; h. 1847; s.
his grandfather Archibald J,,hu, 4lh Earl. K.T., 1868 ;
m. 1878 Hannah, who


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Online LibraryEdward WalfordThe county families of the United Kingdom; or, Royal manual of the titled and untitled aristocracy of England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland .. (Volume ed.59, yr.1919) → online text (page 311 of 415)