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Elder son of Alexander, 1st Lord, P.C, by the Hon.
Mildred Rose, 2nd dau. of DayroUes Blakeney, 4th
LordVentry; 6. 1893 ; s. 1917. Lord St. Audries,
who was educated at Magdalen Coll., Oxford (B.A.
1919), is Lieut, ret., late Grenadier Guards, Special
Reserve, previously 5th Batt. Somerset L.I., and
Patron of 2 livings.— St Audries, Bridgwater:
Fairfield, Bridgwater; Wootton House, Olastonbury ;
Guards' Club, s.w.

Heir Pr/s., his brotlaer Arthur John Palmer, b. 1006.

ST. CLAIR, Col. James Latimek Ceawshay,
C.B., C.M.G., formerly of Staverton
Court, Gloucestershire.

Eldest son of James Louis St. Clair, Esq., J.P., of
Staverton Court, who d. 1886, by Juliet, dau. of the
late George Crawshay, Esq., of Colney Hatch, Middle-
sex ; b. 1850 ; m. 1889 Ethel, dau. of the late Henry
Grey Philpott, Esq., of Brighton, and has, with other
issue, a son, WiUiam Farhill, Capt. Argyll and
Sutherland Highlanders ; educated at Eton and at the
R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; b. 1890. Col. St. Clair, who



was called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1891, is Col.
ret., late Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, and was
Dcputy-Judge-Advocate at Head Quarters 1896-9
and VM^-l.— Beacon Cottage, Dormanslajid, Surrey;
United Service Cl-ub, s.w.



ST. CLAIE-EESKINE. See Eosslyn.



ST. CYRES, Viscount.



under Iddesleigh.



ST. DAVIDS, Viscount (John Wtnfokd Phi-
Liprs, P.C.).— Cr. 1018.

Eldest son of the Rev. Sir James Erasmus Philipps,
12th Bart., who d. 1912, by the Hon. Mary
Margaret, who d. 1913, eldest dau. of the late Rev.
the Hon. Samuel Best, and sister of George, 5th Lord
Wynford ; b. 1860 ; m. 1st 1888 Nora, who d. 1915,
younger dau. of the late J. Gerstenberg, Esq., of Stock-
leigh House, Regent's Park ; 2udly 1916 Elizabeth
Frances, 2nd dau. of the late Major the Hon. Paulyn
Francis Cuthbert Rawdon-Hastings. Viscount St.
Davids.who was educated at Felsted and at Keble Coll.,
Oxford (B.A. 1882, M.A. 1885), and called to the Bar
at the Middle Temple 1886, is H.M.'s Lieut, and a
J.P. for Pembrokeshire, and a J.P. for Sufl'olk, and
was M.P. for Mid-Lanarkshire 1888-94 and for Pem-
brokeshire 1898-1908 ; late Capt. Pembroke Imp. Yeo.
— Lydstep Haven, Penally, Pembrokeshire; Tir
Abad, Breconshire : Roch Castle, Pembrokeshire;
Exning House, Exning, near Newmarket ; Reform,
Wellington, Devonshire, and Natioyial Liberal Clubs,
s.w. ; 7, Park Crescent, Portland Place, w.

HHr, hi) sou Jostyu Reginald Austen Plantagenet, 4. 1917.

ST. DAVID'S, Bishop of (the Eight Rev.
John Owen, D.D.).

Son of Griflith Owen, of Llanegan, by Anne, dau. of
the late G. Jones, of Aberdaron ; b. 1854 ; m. 1882
Amelia, dau. of J. Longstaff , of Appleby. Educated at
Bottwnog and at Jesus Coll., Oxford (B A. 1876, M.A.
187!', D.D. 1897)'; was Warden and Head Master of
Llandovery Coll. 1885-9, Dean of St. Asaph 1889-92,
and Canon of St. Asaph, Rector of Llangeler, and
Principal of St. David's Coll., Lampeter, 1892-7 ;
consecrated Bishop 1897 ; is Chaplain for Wales of
the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Patron of i Arch-
deaconries and of 161 liyin^s.—Abergwili Palace,
Abergwili R.S.O-, Carmartlienshire : AtheiuBum
Club, S.W.

ST. EDMUNDSBURY AND IPSWICH,
Bishop of (the Eight Rev. Henry
Bernard Hodgson, D.D.).
Second son of the Rev. George Courtenay Hodgson,
Vicar of Barton, Westmorland, who d. 1886, by
Elizabeth, who d. 1902, dau. of the late George
Buckham, Esq., J.P., of Whitehaven; b. 1856; m.
1882 Penelope Maria, dau. of the late Adm. Richard
Laird Warren. The Bishop of St. Edmundsbury and
Ipswich, who was educated at Shrewsbury, at Queen's
Colh, Oxford (B.A. 1878), and at Ch. Ch.. Oxford (a
Senior Student 1878-8.5, M.A. 1881, D.D. 1914), was
Classical Master at Elizabeth Coll., Guernsey, 1879-
81 ; Vicar of Staverton, Northamptonshire, 1881-6 ;
Headmaster of Birkenhead School 1885-6 ; Vicar of
Thornbury, Gloucestershire, and Chaplain of Thorn,
bury Union 1886-97 ; Vicar of Berwiok-on-Tweed
1897-1914; Rural Dean of Norham 1897-1904;
Hon. Canon of St. Oswin in Newcastle Cathedral
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COUNTY FAMILIES OF



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1900-4 and of St. Aidan 1900-14 ; Examining Chap-
lain to the Bishop of Newcastle 1904-14, and Arch-
deacon of Lindisfarne 1904-14 ; consecrated Bishop
of St. Edmundsbury and Ipswich 1914 ; is Patron of
2 Archdeaconries and 22 livings. — Ipswich.

ST. GEOEGE, Sir John, Bart.— Cr. 1766.
Third son of Sir Theophilus John St. George, 3rd
Bart., of Woodsgift, oo. Kilkenny, whofL 1857, by his
2nd wife Maria, who d. 1893, eldest dau. of the late
John Power, Esq., of Churchtown, Waterford; b.
1851 ; s. his half-brother Sir Richard de Latour St.
George, 4th Bart , 1861 ; m. 1894 Eose, 3rd dau. of
the late Sir George Berkley, K.C.M.G. Sir John St.
George, who was educated at Oscott and at Trinity
Coll., Dublin, was formerly Lieut. 71st Regt., and
previously Lieut. 18th Foot. — Harcotirt, Sutton,
Surrey.

Heir Pies., his brother Arthur, admitted a Solicitor In

Ireland 1S76 ; 6. 1852 ; m. 1802 Elsie, dan. of the late

Gerald FitzGerald, Esq., and has 3 daus.

ST. GEOEGE, Howard Cecil, Esq., of Kil-
rush, CO. Kilkenny.
Elder surviving son of Col. Howard John St. George,
of Kilrush, D.L., who d. 1884, by Caroline, who d.
1910, dau. of the late Col. George Grogan; 6.1852; s.
his brother Capt. Arthur George St. George, S. Stafford-
shire Eegt., 1990.— Kilrush, Freshford, co. Kilkenny.

ST. GEEMAN8, Earl of (John Geanville
CoENWALLis Eliot, M.C.).— Cr. 1815.
Only surviving son of Henry Cornwallis, 5th Earl,
by the Hon. Emily, youngest dau. of Henry, Ist and
only Lord Taunton {ext.); b. 1890; s. 1911; m.
1918 Lady Blanche Linnie Somerset, elder dau. of
Henry Adelbert Wellington FitzEoy, 9th Duke of
Beaufort, and has a dau.. Lady Rosemary Alexandra.
The Earl of St. Germans, who was educated at Eton
and at the E. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is Capt. Eeserve
of Officers, late 2nd Dragoons (R. Scots Greys), and
Patron of 8 livings.^Por< Eliot, St. Germans.

Heir Pies., hia cousin Granville John, eldest son ol Ool. ihe
Hon. Charles George Cornwallis Eliot, C.V.O. (youngest son
of the 3rd Karl), who d. 1901, by Constance Rhiannon, who
d. 1916, 4th dau. of Sir Josiah John Guest, 1st Bart., and
sister of Ivor Bertie, Ist Lord Wimborne ; b. 1867.



ST. HELIEE, Lady.
Susan Mary Eliiabeth, eldest dau. of Keith William
Stewart-Mackenzie, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Seatorth,
Eoss-shire, who (I. 1881, by his first wife Hannah
Charlotte, who d. 1868, dau. of the late James Joseph
Hope-Vere, Esq., of Craigie Hall, Midlothian ; m. 1st
1871 Lieut.-Col. the Hon. John Constantine Stanley,
who d. 1878 ; 2ndly 1881 Francis Henry (Jeune), 1st
and only Lord St. Helier (cr. 1905), G.C.B., P.O., of
Arlington Manor, Berkshire, who was President of the
Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Div. of the High
Court of Justice 1892-1905. Judge Advocate-Gen.
1892-1905, and who d.sp. 1905. Lady St. Helier has
been an Aid. of the London C.C. since 1910.— C'oW-
ash, near Newbiiry, Berkshire; 52, Portland Place, w.

ST. JOHN OF BLETSOE, Lord (Henky

Beauohamp Oliver St. John). — Cr.

1558 9.

Eldest son of Beauchamp Moubray, 16th Lord, by his

1st wife Helen Charlotte, who d. 1900, 2nd dau. of the

late Harry Thornton, Esq., of Kempaton Grange,

Bedfordshire ; b. 1876 ; s. 1912. Lord St. John of

Bletsoe who was educated at Wellington Coll. and at

Magdalene Coll., Cambridge, is a J.P. and D.L. for

Pedtordshire, and Patron of 6 livings.— il/. 1896 ; m. 1916 the Hon. Clementina Gwendolen
Catharine N icolson, only dau. of Arthur, lat Lord Carnock
and has, with other issue, a son, * John Franois Arthur. 6.
1919.

ST. MAUR. See Somerset.

ST. OSWALD, Lord (Rowland George
Winn).— Cr. 1885.
Eldest son of Rowland, 2nd Lord, by Mabel Susan,
who d. 1919, youngest dau. of Sir Charles Forbes,
4th Bart., of Newe, Aberdeenshire ; b. 1893 ; s. 1919 ;
TO. 1915 Nellie, 2nd dau. of Charles Greene, Esq.,
of Northallerton, Yorkshire. Lord St. Oswald, who
was educated at Eton and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sand-
hurst, is Capt. Reserve of Officers, late Coldstream
Guards and R.A.F., Lord of the Manor of Froding-
ham, Lincolnshire, and Patron of 6 livings.— Nostcll
Priory, Wakefield, Yorkshire . Appleby Hall, Don-
caster; Guards' Club, s.w. ; 19, Hill Street, Bcrkc-
ley Square, w.

Heir,Us son Rowland Denys Guy, b. 1916.

ST. OSWALD, Haeeiet Maeia Amelia,
Lady.
Second dau. of Lieut.-Col. Henry Dumaresq, R.E.,
who d. 1838, by Lady Elizabeth Sophia, who d.
1877, elder dau. of the late Hon. Augustus Kichard
Butler-Danvers, and sister of George John Danvers,
5th Earl of Lanesborough ; to. 1854 Rowland, 1st
Lord St. Oswald, who d. 1893.— Appleby Hall, Don-
caster.

ST. PAUL, of Ewart Park, Northumberland.
See Butler.

ST. QUINTIN, William Heebeet, Esq., of
Scampston, Yorkshire. ■
Eldest son of Col. Matthew Chitty Downes St. Quintin,
17th Lancers, of Scampston, who d. 1876, by Amy
Elizabeth, who d. 1911, 4th dau. of the late George
Henry Cherry, Esq., of Denford, Berkshire ; b. 1851 ;
m. 1885 Violet Helen, 2nd dau. of the late Hon. Cecil
Duncombe, of Nawton Grange, Yorkshire, and has
a dau., Margery Violet; m. 1910 Major Edmund
George Savile L'Estrange-Malone, 7th Batt. R. Fusi-
liers, Capt. ret.,lateR. Fusiliers, and an Esquire of the
Order of St. John of Jerusalem, and has 2 daus. Mr.
St. Quintin, who was educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch.,
1177



St.Vj

Oxford, is a J.P. and D.L. for the E. Riding and
J.P. for the N. Biding of Yorkshire (High Sheriff of
Yorkshire 1899), and Patron of 1 living.— Scampston
Hall, York; LowthoriK Lodge, Hull ; Carlton Club,



ST. VINCENT, Viscount (EoNAr;D Claeges

Jeevis).— Cr. 1801.
Eldest surviving son of Carnegie Robert John, 3rd
Viscount, who d. 1879, by Lucy Charlotte, who d.
1900, youngest dau. of the late John Baskervyle-Glegg,
Esq., of Withington Hall, Cheshire; b. 18-59; s. his
brother Carnegie Robert Parker, 5th Viscount, 1908 ;
m. 1894 Marion Annie, who d. 1911, 2nd dau. of the
late James Broun, Esq., of Orchard, Lanarkshire,
Viscount St. Vincent, who was formerly Capt. and
Hon. Major 5th Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers, Ie
Patron of 2 livings. — Norton Disney, Newark; Sutton-
on-Deneent, York.

Heir, his sou John Cyril Carnegie, Lieut. King's R. Hifle
Corps ; educated nt Wellington Coll. uml at tlie B. Mil.
Coll., Sandhurst ; b. 1898.

SALE, Sir Stephen Geoege, K.C.I.E.— Cr.
1914.

Eldest son of the Rev. John Sale, formerly of Helens-
burgh, Dumbartonshire, who d. 1875 ; b. 1852 ; m.
1884 Margaret Annie, dau. of the late E.Lewis, Esq.,
J.P., of Maindee Hall, Monmouthshire. Sir Stephen
Sale, who was educated at Univ. Coll., London (M.A.
London Univ. 1874), and called to the Bar at the
Middle Temple 1876, is a J.P. and was a Judge of
the High Court of Judicature, Calcutta, 1893-1907,
and Legal Adviser and Solicitor to the Secretary of
State for India 1907-17. — Heather Wood, Midhurst,
Sussex; East India United Service Club, s.w.

SALE-HILL, Lady.
Caroline Sophia, 2nd dau. of Lieut.-Col. Robert Henry
Sale, formerly H.E.I.C.S. ; m. 1873 Sir Rowley Sale
Sale-Hill, a Gen. u.s.l. Indian Army, and Col. 1st
King George's own Gurkha Rifles (the Malaun Regt.)
Indian Army, who assure ed the prefix surname of Sale
1889, and who was cr. K.C.B. 1902 and d. 1916.- 4,
Grimsio}i Gardens, Folkestmw.

SALISBURY, Marquis of (James Edward
HuBEET Gascoyne-Cecil, K.G., G.C.V.O.,
C.B., P.O., F.Z.S.).— Cr. 1789.

Eldest son of Robert Arthur Talbot, 3rd Marquis,
K.G., G.C.V.O., by Georgiana Caroline, C.I., V.A.,
who d. 1899, eldest dau. of the late Hon. Sir Edward
Hall Alderson, a Baron of the Exchequer; b. 1861;
s.'lOOB; m. 1887 Lady. Cicely Alice Gore (an Extra
Lady of the Bedchamber to H.M. Queen Alexandra),
2nd dau. of Arthur Saunders William Charles Fox,
5th Earl of Arran. The Marquis of SaUsbury, who
was educated at Eton and at Univ. Coll., Oxford (B.A.
1885, M.A. 1889), is a J.P. and D.L. for Hertford-
shire (Chairman of Quarter Sessions for 15 years),
High Steward of the City of Westminster and of the
Borough of Hertford, Hon. Col. 4thE. Anglian Brigade,
R.F.A., T.F., and 4th Batt. Essex Regt., T.D., Col. late
Comm. 4th Batt. Bedfordshire Regt., Hon. Com-
mandant Hertfordshire Vol. Regt., formerly Lieut.
Herts Yeo. Cav., and Patron of 7 livings ; appointed
to command S. Midland Reserve Div., T.F., with the
temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen., 1915, and promoted
temp. Major-Gen. 1917 ; was M.P. for N.E. Lanca-
shire (Darwen Div.) 1885-92, and for Rochester
1893-1903 ; Under-Secretary of State for Foreign
Affairs 1900-3 ; Lord Privy Seal 1903-5 ; President
of the Board of Trade 1905, and A.D.C. to H.M. King
Edward VI[. 1903-10, and has been to H.M. King



COUNTY FAMILIES OP



George V. since 1910.— Hatfield House, Hertford-
shire; Manor House^ Cranborne, Dorset ; Athentsum,
Carlton, and Travellers' Clubs, s.w. ; 21, Arlington
Street, s.w.

Heir, his son Robert Arthur James, VisGount Cranborne,
L\gut. Greu.idier Guards, Special Reserve, and a Chevalier
of the Belgian Order of the Crown ; was Assistant Parlia-
mentary and Personal Mil. Secretary to the Secretary of
State for War 1916-19 ; educated at Ch. Oh., Oxford ; 6.
1893 ; m. 1918 Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the Right Hon.
Lord Richard Frederick Cavendish, M.G., of Holker Hall,
Lancashire, and has, with other issue, a sou, •Robert
Edward Peter, i. 1916.



SALISBURY, Bishop of (the Right Eev.
Feederic Edwaed Ridgeway, D.D.).

Youngest son of the Rev. Joseph Ridgeway, Vicar of
Ch. Ch., Tunbridge Wells, who d. 1872 ; b. 1848 ; m.
1875 Pauline Josephine, dau. of the late John Vibart,
Esq., Indian Civil Service. The Bishop of Salisbury,
who was educated at Tonbridge School and at Clare
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1870, M.A. 1879, Hon. D.D.
Glasgow 1890), was Incumbent of St. Mary the Virgin,
Glasgow, 1878-90 ; Dean of the diocese of Glasgow
and GaUoway 1888-90 ; Vicar of St. Peter's, S. Ken-
sington, 1890 1900 ; Select Preacher at Cambridge
1891-1902 and at Oxford 1913-14; Rector of St.
Botolph, Bishopsgate, 1900-11, Prebendary of St.
Paul's Cathedral 1901-3, and formerly Chaplain to
the Hon. Art. Co., Territorial Force; consecrated
Bishop of Kensington (Suffragan for London) 1901 ;
translated to Salisbury 1911 ; is Patron of 3 Arch-
deaconries, the Canonries in his Cathedral, 71 livings
and alternately of '2— The Palace, Salisbury ; Broad-
stone, Dorsetshire.

SALKELD, Major Caeleton, of Holme Hill,
and Hawksdale Hall, Cumberland ; and
of Warmanbie, Dumfriesshire.
Only son of Col. Louis Carruthers Salkeld, J.P., late
4th Batt. Border Regt., of Holme Hill, and Hawksdale
Hall, and of Warmanbie, who d, 1916, by Lucy Marion
(who m. 2ndly 1917 Major and Brevet Lieut.-Col.
Thomas Gerald Dalby, D.S.O., King's R. Rifle Corps),
youngest dau. of the late Col, William Pitt Draffen, of
Lowndes Square, S.W. ; b. 1880 ; m. 1908Octavia, 7th
dau. of Arthur Henry Johnstone-Douglas, Esq., J.P.
and D.L., Comlongon Castle, Dumfriesshire, and has 4
daus. Major Salkeld, who was educated at Eton and
at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is a Magistrate for
Cumberland, Capt. ret., late 10th R.Hussars,and Major
T.F. Reserve, late Westmorland and Cumberland Yeo.;
appointed a Camp. Commandant 1918. — Holme Hill,
Dalston, Cumberland ; Boodle's Club, s.w. ; Cavalry
Club, w.



SALKELD, Col. Charles Edward.
Only surviving son of the Rev. Robert Salkeld, Rector
of Fontmell JMagna, Dorsetshire, who. d. 1866, by
Ehzabeth Henrietta, who d. 1878, 3rd dau. of the
late Lieut-Col. John Wilson, of Chelsea Coll. ; 6.
1841 ; m. 1872 Ela Maud, youngest dau. of the late
Rev. Robert Farquharson, Rector of Langton Long,
Dorsetshire, and has, with other issue, a son, Robert
Edward, F.R.G.S., Capt. 3rd Batt. Oxfordshire and
Buckinghamshire L.I., and Provincial Commissioner,
Jubaland, East Africa Protectorate ; late Capt. Ox-
fordshire L.I. ; b. 1873 ; m. 1909 Ceciha Mary, elder
dau. of Henry Clements Barstow, Esq., late Bengal
Civil Service, of Hazelbush, York, and has, with other
issue, a son, Philip Edward, b. 1911. Col. Salkeld,
who was educated at Radley, is a Col. ret., late K.A.,
Bengal Cav., and Bengal Staff Corps.— Stour House,
Blandford, Dorsetshire ; English Club, St. Jean de
Luz,' Bastes Pyrenees, France.



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SALMON, Capt. Henry Roope Pomeeoy, of
Tockington, Gloucestershire.

Only son of Lieut.-Col. Henry Thomas Salmon, of
Tockington, who d. 1900, by Gertrude Rose, who d.
1906, only dau. of the late Rev. James Harwood
Harrison, Rector of Bugbrooke, Northamptonshire ;
6. 1865; m. 1898 Emily Gertrude, dau. of Col.
Methuen, of Avon wood, Gloucestershire, and has, with
another son and a dau., *Henry Methuen Pomeroy,
6. 1901. Capt. Salmon, who was formerly Capt. 3rd
Batt. Loyal N. Lancashire Kegt., and subsequently
Capt. Gloucestershire Regt., Special Reserve, is a
Magistrate for Gloucestershire, an Hon. Capt. in the
Army, and Lord of the Manors of Tockington and
Alveston. — Tockington Manor, Tockington B.S.O.,
GlmicestcrsMre ; Atlienceitm Club, s.w.

SALMOND, Major-Gen. Sir William, K.C.B.
—Or. 1902.

Fourth son of Lieut.-Col. James Salmond, J.P., of


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