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of the Order of Franz Joseph of Austria, and who
was cr. K.C.B. 1906 and d. 1908.

SAYER, George, Esq., of Pett Place, Kent.
Second son of John Sayer, Esq., J.P.. of Pett Place
and of Slowwe, Gloucestershire, who d. 1886, by
Charlotte Sybella, eldest dau. of the late Rev. WiUiam
Crawley, Rector of Flaxley, Gloucestershire ; b. 1853 ;
s. his brother John Sayer, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 1917.
Mr. Sayer, who was educated at Eton and at Trinity
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1877, M.A. 1885), is Patron of 1
living. — Pett Place, Charing, Kent ; B. Societies'
Club, s.-w.

SAYER-MILWARD, Mrs., of Fairlight Place,
Sussex.

Edith Collin, 2nd dau. of Thomas William Younghus-
band, Esq., of London, who d. 1880, by Elizabeth, who
d. 1888, dau. of the late James Ogle, Esq., of London ;
m. 1889 the Eev. William Carlisle Sayer-Milward,
M.A., of Fairlight Place, who was Rector of St.
Leonard's, Wallingford, Berkshire, 1873-91, and who
d. 1913. — Fairlight Place, East Susse.r ; 2, Victoria
Square, s w.

SCALLON, Gen. Sir Robert Irvin, G.C.B.,
K.C.I.E., D.S.O.-Cr. K.C.I.E. 1910,
K.C.B. 1913, G.C.B. 1918.

Third son of Thomas Nash Scallon, Esq. (eldest son
of the late Capt. Robert Scallon, R.N.), who d. 1879,
by Sarah Jane Gray, who d. 1911, eldest dau. of the
late Rev. Thomas Irvin, Vicar of Ormesby, Yorkshire ;
b. 1857 ; m. 1904 Jeannette, 2nd dau. of the late John
Gordon, Esq., a Master of the High Court of Justice.
Sir Robert Scallon, who was educated at Univ. Coll.
School and at King's Coll. School, London, is a
Gen. ret., late Indian Army, and a J.P. for, and a
Member of, the T.F. Association of, Worcestershire,
was in command of the 3rd Brigade 9th Div., in
India, 1904-6, and of the Bangalore Brigade 1906-8,
Adjutant-Gen. in India 1908-9, Secretary to the
Government of India, Army Department, and an
Additional Member of the Council of the Governor-
Gen, for making Laws and Regulations 1909-11, in
command of the Burma Div., Southern Army in
India, 1911-13, of the 8th (Lucknow) Div.,
Northern Army in India, 1913-14, and of the
Northern Army in India 1914-15, and Chief Com-
missioner in India of the Boys Scouts' Association
1011-15 ; appointed an A.D.C. Gen. to H.M. King
George V. 1912, and a Staff Lieut. 1918.^Broo7c-
field House. Kempsey, near Worcester; United
Service, and National Clubs, s.w.

SCARBROUGH, Earl of (Aedeed Frederick

George Beresfoed Lumley, K.C.B.). —

Cr. 1690.

Elder surviving son of Richard George, 9th Earl, by

Frederica Mary AdeUza, who d. 1907, 2nd dau. of the



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late Andrew Robert Drnmmond, Esq., of Cadlaud,
Hants ; b. 1857 ; s. 1884 ; m. 1 899 Lucy Cecilia, a Lady
of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, eldest
ilau. of Cecil Dunn Gardner, Esq., and widow of Robert
Aslitou, Esq., of Croughtou. Cheshire, and has a dan..
Lady Serena Mary Barbara. The Earl of Scarbrough,
who was educated at Eton (Hon. LL.D. Sheffield
1918), is a Magistrate for the W. Riding of Yorkshire,
Hon. Col., previously Col. Comm. Yorkshire Dragoons
Yeo., T.D., Hon. Col. W. Riding Divisional Transport
and Supply Column, R.A.S.C, T.F., a Knight of Grace
of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, and Patron of
S livings; was H.M.'s. Lieut, for the W. Riding of
Yorkshire 1892-1904 and A.D.C. to H.M. King
Edward VII. 1902-10, and has been to H.M. King
George V. since 1910: commanded the Yorkshire
Mounted Brigade, T.F., with the temp, rank of Col.
in the Army, 1908-12; late Lieut. 7th Hussars;
appointed Director-Gen. of the Territorial and Vol.
Forces, with the temp, rank of Major-Gen., 1917. —
Ltimley Castle, Durham ; Satulbeck Park, and
Tickhill Castle, near Eotlierham ; Carlton and
Army and Navy Clubs, s.w.

Heir Pres., his brother Osbert Victor George Atheling,
C.M.G., Col. h.p., late Uth Hussars; commanded the 1st S.
Midland Mounted Brigade. T.P., 1908-10 ; was OfBcer-in-
Charge of Cav. Eecords at York 1910-14, an Inspector of
Oav., with the temp, rank of Briganier-Gen., 1914-15, and
in command of a Brigade, with the temp, rank of
Brigadier-Gen., 1915-18; b. 1862: m. lSH-2 Constance
EUinor, O.B.E., el.ler dau. of the late Capt. Eustace John
Wilson-Patten, .ind has. with other issue, a son, 'Lawrence
Roger, Lieut. Reserve of Officers, late 11th Hussars;
educated at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst: 6. 1896.

SCARBROUGH, John Impey, Esq., of Coly
House, Devon.

Elder son of John Latoysonere Scarbrough, Esq., J.P.,
of Coly House, who d. 1877, by Marian, who d. 18—,
only child of the late Adm. Impey, of Coly House ; b.
1846: TO. 1879 Mary Helen, who'd. 1917, elder dau.
of the Rev. Richard Robert Chope, and has had,
with 4 daus., an only son, Reginald John, Capt. 3rd
Batt. Devonshire Regt. ; 6. LSSO, and d. of wounds
received in action 1 917. Mr. Scarbrough, who was
called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1877, is a J.P. for
Devon, and Capt. and Hon. Major late 3rd Batt. Devon-
shire Regt. -Co?)/ House, Gohjford, Axminster.

SCARISBRICK, Sir (Tom) Talbot Letland,
Bart.— Cr. 1909.
Only son of Sir Charles Scarisbrick, of Scarisbrick
Lodge, Lancashire, by Bertha Petronella, who (i. 1915,
dau. of the late Ernest Marguardt Schoenfeldt, Esq. ;
b. 1874; m. 1895 Josephine, youngest dau. of the late
William Selah Chamberlain, Esq., of Cleveland, U.S.A.
Sir Talbot Scarisbrick, who was formerly Lieut. Lan-
cashire Hussars Yeo. Cav., subsequently Major 7th
Batt. King's Liverpool Regt., and Mayor of Southport
1902-3, is a Magistrate for Lancashire, and was M.P.
for the S. Div. of Dorsetshu-e 1906-Jan. 1910.—
Greaves Hall, Banks, Lancashire ; Reform, R. Aido-
mohile, and National Liberal Clubs, s.w. ; Bachelors'
Club, w.

Lieut. 7th Batt. King's



SCARISBRICK, Sir Charles, Krit., of Scaris-
brick Lodge, Southport, Lancashire. — Cr.
1903.

Second son of Charles Scarisbrick, Esq., of Scarisbrick
Hall, and of Wrightington, Lancashire, whorf. 1860 ;
b. 1839 ; III. 1860 Bertha Petronella, who d. 1915,
dau. of the late Ernest Marguardt Schoenfeldt, Esq.,
and has, with 2 daus., a son, * Sir (Tom) Talbot
Leyland Scarisbrick, 1st Bart, (irhom see). Sir



Charles Scarisbrick is a J.P. and D.L. for Lancashire,
and was Mayor of Southport 1902.— Scarisfcricfc
Lodge, Queen's Road, Southjwrt, Lnncashirc : -Tuninr
Carllun Club, s.w.; Cunseri-atiic Club, Liverpool;
Conservative Club, Southport.

SCARISBRICK. See Castdja.

SCARLETT, William James Yobke, Esq.,
of Achamore House, Argyllshire.
Eldest son of Lieut-Col. William James Scarlett, late
5th Dragoon Guards, of Achamore House, who d.
1888 (by Henrietta Catherine, who d. 1885, 2nd dau.
of the late John Low, Esq., of Sunvale, co. Limerick),
and grandson of the late James Williams Scarlett,
Esq., J.P., of Downland House, Sussex ; b. 1872 ; m.
1893 Mabel Sydney Augusta Catherine, younger dau.
of the late Col. the Hon. Algernon Sydney Arthur
Annesley, and has, with 2 daus., a son, * Peter
William Shelley Yorke, 6. 1905.~Achamore House,
Isle of Gigha, Argyllshire ; Fyfield House, Andover,
Hampshire ; Junior Carlton Club, s.w,

SCARLETT. See Abinger.

SCARSDALE, Lord. See Ctirzon of Eedleston,
Earl.

+ SCARTH, Sir Charles, Knt.— Cr. 1914.

Eldest son of the late Henry Scarth, Esq., of Morley ;
b. 1846 ; TO. 1st 1869 Jane, who d. 1885, dau. of
the late James Rears, Esq., of E. Cottingwith, York-
shire ; 2ndly 1887, Jessie Glendinning, dau. of

Watson, Esq. Sir Charles Scarth is Head and
Founder of Charles Scarth & Sons Ltd., Woollen
Manufacturers, a Magistrate for the W. Riding of
Yorkshire and a J.P. and Aid. of Morley, of which
he has been 6 times Mayor. — Scarthingwell House,
Morley, Leeds : National Liberal Club, s.w.

SCARTH, Robert, Esq., of Bin'scarth, Orkney.

Eldest son of Robert Scarth, Esq., of Bin'scarth, who
d. 1916, by his 1st wife Emily Scott, who rf. 1912,
eldest dau. of the late Rev. John Abel, of Forgue,
Aberdeenshire ; b. 1894. Mr. Scarth was educated at
Aberdeen Grammar School and at Aberdeen Univ. —
Bin'scarth House, by Finstown, Orkney ; Orkney
Club, Kirkwall.

SCHAFER, Profes.?or Sir Edward Albert
SHARPEY, Knt., F.R.S., LL.D., Sc.D.,
M.D.— Cr. 1913.
Third son of James William Henry Schafer, Esq., of,
Highgate, who d. 1890, by Jessie, whod. 1892, dau. of
the late W. H. Brown, Esq., of London ; b. 1850 ; m.
1st 1878 Maud, who d. 1896, eldest dau. of the late
A. W. Dixey, Esq., of Highgate ; 2ndly 1900 Ethel
Maude, youngest dau. of the late John Henry Roberts,
Esq., F.R.C.S., of Hampstead. Sir Edward Sharpey
Schafer, who was educated at Univ. Coll., London, and
at Clewer House School (M.R.C.S. 1874, Hon. LL.D.
Aberdeen 1897, McGill 1908 and St. Andrews 1911,
Hon. Sc.D. Dublin 1905, and Cambridge 1914, Hon.
D.Sc. Melbourne 1914, Hon. M.D. Berne 1910 and
Groningen 1914), and adopted the prefix surname
of Sharpey 1918, was Assistant Professor of Physi-
ology at Univ. Coll., London, 1874-83 and Jodrell Pro-
fessor there 1883-99 ; Gen. Secretary of the British
Association 1895-1900 and President thereof 1912,
and has been Professor of Physiology at Edinburgh
Univ. since IS^Q.— Marly Knowe. N. Berwick : Tlie

I University, Edinburgh ; Atheneeum Club, s.w.
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SCHAW-PROTHEROE. See Protheroe, of Dol-
Wilym, Carmartlienshire.

SCHAW-PROTHEROE-BEYNON. See Pro-'
theroe-Beynon.

SCHLICH, Sir Wilhelm, K.C.I.E., F.R.S.,
Ph.D.— Cr. 1909.
Sixth son of Kirchenrath Daniel Scblieh, of Hesse
Darmstadt, who d. 1875, by Charlotte, who d. 1807,
2ncl dau. of the late Pastor Frank, of Hesse Darm-
stadt ; 6. 1840 ; m. 1st 1874 Mary Margaret, who d.
1878, eldest dau. of the late William Smith, Esq.,
C.E., of Bengal ; 2ndly 1886 Mathilde, eldest dau. of
the late Herman Marsily, of Antwerp. Sir Wilhelm
Schlich, who was educated at Darmstadt, at Karls-
ruhe, and at Giessen Univ. (Ph.D. 1867, M.A. Oxford),
and entered the Indian Forest Service 1866, was Con-
servator of Forests, Bengal 1872-80, Punjab 1880-1,
and Inspector-Gen. of Forests in India 1881-5 ;
organized the first English School of Forestry at
Coopers Hill 1885, and ret. 1889 ; was Principal Pro-
fessor of Forestry at Coopers Hill 1889-1905, and has
been Professor of Forestry, University of Oxford, since
WOS.^Ferlys Lodge, 29, Banbury Road, Oxford.



SCHOLFIELD, Edward Paget, Esq., of
Sandhall, Yorkshire.

Eldest son of Robert Stanley Scholfield, Esq., J.P., of -
Sandhall, who d. 1913, by Ada Elizabeth {whom see).
eldest dau. of the late Eev. Thomas Bradley Paget,
Vicar of Welton cum Melton, Yorkshire, Canon of
York, and Chaplain to the Archbishop of York, of
Hoon Hay, Derbyshire ; b. 1877. Mr. Scholfield, who
was educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge,
is a Magistrate for the E. Riding of Yorkshire and
temp. Lieut. R.G.A., previously Reserve Household
Batt. ; late Lieut. E.Eiding of Yorkshire Yeo.— Sand-
hall, Hoicden, Yorkshire ; Junior Carlton Club, s.w.

SCHOLFIELD, Mrs., ofHoon Hay, Derbyshire.

Ada Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the Rev. Thomas Brad-
ley Paget, formerly Vicar of Welton cum Melton,
Yorkshire, Canon of York, and Chaplain to the Arch-
bishop of Y'ork, of Hoon Hay, who d. 1893, by Sophia,
who d. 1906, 3rd dau. of Sir Edmund Beckett, 4th
Bart. ; m. 1875 Robert Stanley Scholfield, Esq., of
Sandhall, Yorkshire, who d. 1913, leaving, with other
issue, a son, * Edward Paget {whom see). — Resi-
dence : Sandhall, Howden, Yorkshire.

SCHOMBERG, Edmund Cleeke, Esq., of
Seend Lodge, Wilts.

Youngest son of Joseph Trigge Schomberg, Esq., Q.C.,
Recorder of Aldborough, of Seend Lodge, who d. 1878,
by Elizabeth Mary, who d. 1898, dau. of the late Rev.
William Carpenter Ray, Vicar of Boreham, Essex,
and Rector of Pakenham, Suffolk ; b. 1852 ; m. 1894
Violet Louise, dau. of the late Martin Bryan Stapylton,
Esq., J. P., of Myton Hall, Y'orkshire. Mr. Schomberg, i
who was educated at Winchester, is a J. P. and D.L.
for Wilts, and was High Sheriff 1902.— Seend House,
and Seend Lodge, Melksham, Wilts.

SCHOOLES, Lady PIPON-.

Caroline, eldest dau. of the Hon. William William
Keid; m. 1880 the Hon. Sir Henry Rawlins Pipon-
Schooles, a Barristerat-Law, and a Knight of Grace
of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, who was
Attorney-Gen. of British Honduras 1880-3 (Acting
Chief Justice June 1881-Feb. 1882), of Grenada 1883-
• 96 (administered the Government 1887 and 1894, and
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was Acting Chief Justice 1894-.5), and of Jamaica
1896-190.5;and Chief Justice of Gibraltar 1905-13,
and who was er. Knt. 1905, and d. 1913.

SCHREIBER, Lady.
Julia Maud, 3rd dau. of the late Hon. John Wellinj^
ton Gwyne, Puisne Judge of the Supreme Court ot
Canada ; m. 1898, as his 2nd wife. Sir Collingwocid
Schreiber, K.C.M.G., C.E., who was Assistant
Engineer, Hamilton and Toronto Railway, 1852-i; ;
Superintending Engineer, Toronto Esplanade,
1856-60, and of N. Railways of Canada 186U-4 ;
Divisional Engineer, Nova Scotia Railways, 1864-8 ;
Dist. Engineer in charge of Surveys on Inter-
colonial Railway 1869 ; Superintending Engineer of
New Brunswick E. Extension Railway 1870 ; Assistant
Chief Engineer and Commissioner's Agent of Inter-
colonial Railway 1870-3 ; Chief Engineer of Canadian
Government Railways 1873-8; Chief Engineer and
Gen. Manager thereof 1878-80, and of Crovernment
Railways and Engineer-in-Chief of Canadian Pacific
Railway 1880-92; Chief Engineer and Deputy
Minister of Railways and Canals, Canada, 1892-1905,
and Gen. Consulting Engineer to the Dominion of
Canada, and Government and Chief Engineer W.
Div. of the National Transcontinental Eailwav
1905-18, and who was cr. K.C.M.G. 1916 and Henry Charles, who



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assumed the surname of Hopwood by deed poll
1918 ; b. 1900. - Residences : The Cottage, Nantwich,
Chesliire ; Attadale House, Strathcarron, Ross-shirc.

SCHULTZ, Lady.
Agnes Campbell, dau. of James Farquharson, Esq. ;
VI. 1867 Sir John Christian Sohultz, Lieut.-Gov. of|
Manitoba and Keewaten, who was cr. K.C.M.G.
1895, and d. \SdC>.—Ianhurst, Winnipeg, Manitoba,
Canada.

SCHUNCK. See Darnton.

SCHUSTEE, Sir Felix (Otto), Bart., of
Verdley Place, Sussex.— Cr. 1906.

Third son of Francis Joseph Schuster, Esq., of Har-
rington Gardens, London, who d. 1906, by Marie, who
d. 1890, dau. of the late Max Pfeiffer, Esq., of Stutt-
gart ; b. 1854 ; m. 1879 Meta, who d. 1918, dau. of
the late Sir Hermann Weber. Sir Felix Schuster,
who was educated at Frankfort-on-Main, at Geneva,
and at Owens Coll., Manchester, is Governor of the
Union of London and Smiths Bank, and was a
Member of the Council oi India. IWG-W.— Verdley
Place, Fernhnrst, Sussex ; Brooks's Club, s.w. ;
A Ipine Club, w. ; 48, Cadogan Place, s.w.

I/eir, his son Felix Victor, Capt. Highland Cyclist Batt.
Territorial Force; educated at Winchester and at New.Coll. ,
Oxford (B. A. 1908] ; 6.1885; m. 1910 Laoj Edith, 3rd dau.
of the late William Baillie Skene, Esq., of Pitloar and
Hallyards, Fifeshire, and has. with other issue, a son,
• Felix James Moucrieff, 1. 1913.

SCHUSTER, Sir Claud, Knt., C.V.O., K.C.—
Cr. 1913.
Only son of Frederick Leo Schuster, Esq., of Man-
chester, by Sophia Ellen, 2nd dau. of the late Lieut.-
Col. Wood, H.E.I.C.S. ; b. 1869; m. 1896 Mabel
Elizabeth, '2nd dau. of the Rev. William Walter Merry,
D.D., Rector of Lincoln Coll., Oxford. Sir Claud
Schuster, who was educated at Winchester and at
New Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1892, M.A. 1909), called to the
Bar at the Inner Temple 1895 and appointed a K.C.
1919, is an Officer of the Belgian Order of the Crown,
was formerly Principal Assistant Secretary, Board of
Education, Legal Branch; Chief Registrar of Friendly
Societies 1911-12, Secretary of. and Legal Adviser to,
theNational Health InsuraneeCommissionfor England
1912-13, and Legal Member of the Commission 1913-
15, and has been Permanent Secretary to the Lord
Chancellor ani Clerk of the Crown in Chancery since
1915. — Oxford and Cambridge Club, s.w.; Alpine
Club, w. ; 16, Phillimore Gardens, Kensington, w.

SCHWANN. See Sicann.

SCLATER, Gen. Sir Henby Ckiqhton, G.C.B.,
G.B.E., of Holmwood, Kent.— Cr. K.C.B.
1913, G.C.B. 1916, G.B.E. 1919.

Third son of James Henry Sclater, Esq., J.P. and
D.L., of Newick Park, Sussex, who d. 1897, by Louisa
Catherine, who d. 1883, 2nd dau. of the late Robert
Fowler, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Eahinston, co Meath
6. 1855 ; m. 1884 Edith Harriet, D.B.E., 2nd and eldest
surviving dau. of the Right Hon. Sir Walter
Barttlelot Barttlelot, 1st Bart., C.B., M.P., of Stopham
House, Sussex. Sir Henry Sclater, who was educated
at Cheltenham, is a Gen. late E.A. and Col. Com-
mandant R.A., and was Deputy Director-Gen. of
Ordnance at Headquarters 1902-4, Q.M.G. in India,
1904-8, in command of the 8th (Lucknow) Div., N.
Army, 1908-9 and of the 4th (Quetta) Div., S. Army,
1909-12, Adjutant-Gen. to the Forces and a Mil.
Member of the Army Council 1914-16, and Gen.



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Officer Commanding-in-Chief the Southern Com-
mand 1916-19; has the Grand Cordon of the
Japanese Order of the Sacred Treasure. — Holmwood,
Edenbridge, Kent ; Naval and Military Club, w.

SCLATER, the Rev. Francis Saunderson, of
Newick Park, Sussex.
Second and eldest surviving son of James Henry
Sclater, Esq., J.P. and D.L. of Newick Park, who d.
1897, by Louisa Catherine, who d. 1883, 2nd dau. of
the late Robert Fowler, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Rahin-
ston, CO. Meath; b. 1853; m. Jst 1878 EHzabeth
Emma, dau. of the late Eardley John Blackwell, E.sq..
of Ampney Park, Gloucestershire ; 2ndly 1899 Eliza-
beth, who d. 1907, dau. of Erling Nielsen, Esq., of
Christiania; 3rdly U>09Hedvig eldestdau. of Nieholai
S. Beer, Esq., of Christiania, and has, with other issue,
a son, * Gilbert Edward, 6. 1901. Mr. Sclater was
educated at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. ISll).— Newick
Park, near Leioes.

SCLATER-BOOTH. See Basing, Lord.

SCOBELL, Lady.

Harriet Mildred Vaughan, dau. of Capt. John Samuel
Wiles-Johnston, R.N., M.P , of Llanerchydol Hall,
Montgomeryshire, who d. 1863 ; m. 1881 Sir Henry
Jenner Scobell K.C.V.O., C.B., a Major-Gen., late
Scots Greys, and Col. of the 5th Lancers, who was in
command of the 1st Cav. Brigade, 1st Army Corps,
1903 -7, Inspector-Gen. of Cav. in Great Britain and
Ireland 1907-9, and commanded the Cape Colony
Dist. 1909 12, and who was cr. K.C.V.0. 1910 and d.
l'i\2. — Tiie Chestnuts, Whitley, Melkshnm, Wilt-
shire.

SCOBELL, George Barton, Esq., of King-
well Hall, Somerset.

Eldest son of Barton Land John Scobell, Esq., J.P.,
of Kingwell Hall, who d. 1913, by Henrietta Valiant,
who d. 1918, youngest dau. of the late James Blyth,
Esq., of Woolharapton, Berkshire ; b. 1875 ; m. 1903
Catharine Anna, elder dau. of the late Matthew
Grenville Samwell Knapp, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
Linford Hall, Buckinghamshire, and widow of E.
Allen Bucknall, Esq., and has a dau., Margaret Anna.
Mr. Scobell, who was educated at Radley and at
Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1899), is a J.P. for Somer-
set and was formerly temp. Lieut. Local Reserve
Batt., previously 24th (Service) Batt. (2nd Sports-
man's) R. Fusiliers. — Kingwell Hall, Bath.

SCOBELL, Mrs., of Walton House, Glouces-
tershire.
Edith, youngest dau. of Capt. Henry Septimus
Palairet, of The Grange, Bradford-on-Avon, who d.
1855, by Mary Ann, who d. 1851, only dau. of the late
Andrew Hamilton, Esq., of Philadelphia ; m. 1871
Sanford George Treweeke Scobell, Esq., of Walton
House, a J P. for Gloucestershire and for Worcester-
shire, and Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col., late Q.O. Wor-
cestershire Yeo. Cav., who d: 1912, leaving, with other
issue, an only son, *Sanford John Palairet, D.S.O.,
Major and Brevet Lieut.-Col. Norfolk Eegt. and
temp. Lieut.-Col. on the Staff ; educated at Win-
chester ; b. 1879 ; m. 1910 Cicely Maude, 4th dau.
of Charles Ciesar Hopkinson, Esq.,. of Belgrave
Lodge, Cheltenham, and The Ridges, Farnborough,
Hampshire, and has, with other issue, a son, *George
Palairet, b. 1913. — Walto^i House, Ashchurch, near
Tewkesbury.



SCOBELL, of Nancealverne, Cornwall.

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SCONE, Lord. See under Mansfield, Earl of.

SCOT. See Goldic-Scot.

SCOTT, Lord Gkokge William MONTAGU-
DOUGLAS-, O.B.E., formerly of Glads-
wood, Berwickshire.
Third son of William Henry Walter, 6th Duke of
Buccleuch and 8th Duke of Queensberry, K.G., K.T.,
P.O., who d. 1914, by Lady Louisa Jane, V.A. (Mis-
tress of the Robes to H.M. Queen Victoria 1885-6,
1880-92 ; and 1895-1901 and to H.M. Queen Alex-
andra 1901-12) ; who d, 1912, 3rd dau. of James, 1st
Duke of Abercorn ; b. 1866 ; m. 1903 Lady Elizabeth
Emily Manners, youngest dau. of John James Eobert,
7th Duke of Rutland, K.G., and has, with other issue,
a son, John Henry, h. 1911. Lord George Montagu-
Douglas-Scott, who was educated at Eton and at Ch.
Ch., Oxford, is Capt. late 10th R. Hussars, and Lieut. -
Col. late Lothians and Border Horse Yco.—Kirh-
lands, Ancrum, N.B. ,■ Turf, and Naval and Military
Clubs, w. ; Neu' Club, Edinburgh.

SCOTT, Lady Charles Thomas MONTAGU-
DOUGLAS-.
Ada Mary, dau. of Charles Ryan, Esq., of Derreweit
Heights, Macedon, Victoria; m. 1883 Lord Charles
Thomas Montagu-Douglas-Scott, an Adm. ret., who
was A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 1886-8, Comm.-in-Chief
on the Australian Station 1889-92, and at Plymouth
1900-3, and who was or. K.C.B. 1898, G.C.B. 1902
and d. 1911. —Boiighton House, Kettering.

SCOTT, the Right Hon. Sir Chaeles Stewart.

— Cr. K.C.M.G. 1896, G.C.M.G. 1899,

G.C.B. 1899.
Fourth son of Thomas Scott, Esq., J. P. and D.L., of
Willsborough, co. Londonderry, who d. 1872, by his
2nd wife Anne, who d. 1840, 3rd dau. of the late Rev.
Edward Lucas, of Rathconnell, co. Monaghan ; b.
183S ; m. 1875 Christian Crawford, dau. of the late
James M'Knight, Esq. Sir Charles Scott, who was
educated at Cheltenham Coll. and at Trinity Coll.,
Dublin, was Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Pleni-
potentiary to the Swiss Confederation 1888-93, and at
Copenhagen 1893-8, and Ambassador at St. Peters-
bury 1898-1904.- G?ewf/0"!., Roseneath, Dumbarton-
shire; Travellers' Club, s.w. ; St. James's Club, w.

SCOTT, Sir Douglas Edward, Bart., of
Great Barr, Staffordshire.— Cr. 1806.

Only son of Capt. Edward Seott, R.N., who d. 1863 ;
b. 1863 ; s. his cousin Sir Edward Dolman Scott, 6th
Bart, of Great Barr, and 5th Bart, of Hartington,
Derbyshire, as 7th Bart, of Great Barr, 1905 ; m.
1899 Florence Ada, dau. of W. Wildman, Esq. Sir
Douglas Scott was Rector of Teffont-Ewyas, Wilt-
shire, 1913-14.

//fir, his Eoa Edwnrd Arthur Dolman, b. 1906.

SCOTT, Sir Francis Montagu Sibbald, Bart.,
of Dnnninald, Forfarshire.— Cr. 1806.


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