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a J.P. and D.L. for Nottinghamshire (High Sheriff
1912), a J.P. for Hampshire, Lieut.-Col. and Hon.
Col. late Comm. 8th Batt. Hampshire Regt., V.D.,
temp. Lieut.-Col. and Co. Commandant Isle of Wight
Vol. Regt., and Patron of 1 Uving ; sat as MP. for
the Mansfield Div. of Nottinghamshire 1916-18.—
Sherwood Lodge, Nottingham ; Gatcombe Hotise,
Isle of W^ight ; Athencemn, and Brooks's Clubs, s.w.

Heir, his son Hugh Michael, Lieut. Grenadier Guards,
Special Reserve ; fi. 1898.

i H 1201




shire Regt., an Elder Brother of Trinity House, and
Patron of 1 living ; was M.P. for Hampshire (Peters-
field Div.) 1885-92, and for Edinburgh W. 1892 5 ;
Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies 1895-1900,
First Lord of the Admiralty 1900-5, High Commis-
sioner for S. Africa and Governor and Commander-in-
Chief of the Transvaal and Orange River Colonies
1905-10, and President of the Board of Agriculture
and Fisheries 1915-16; elected a Fellow of Win-
chester Coll. IQOi.—Blackmoor, Liss, Hampshire ;
Brooks's, and Athenceum Clubs, s.w.

Heir, his son Roundell Cecil, Viscount Wolmer, Oapt. 3rd
Batt. Hampshire Regt. ; sat as M.P. for the Newton Div.
of S.W. Lancashire Dec. 1910-1918 and has sat for the
Aldershot Div. of Hampsbire since 1918 ; was Assistant
Director of the War Trade Department 1913-18 ; appointed
Parliamentary Private Secretary to the Under Secretary
of State for Foreign Affairs 191G : educated at Winchester
andatUnir. Coll.,Osford (B.4. and M.A. 1917); b. 1887;
m. 1910 the Hon. Grace Ridley, youngest dau. of Matthew
White, 1st Viscount Ridley.and has, with other issue, a son,
• William Matthew, b. 1912.

SELBY, Viscount (James William Hek-
scHELL Gully).— Cr. 1905.
Elder son of William Court, 1st Viscount, P.C, by
Elizabeth Anne Walford, who d. 1906, eldest dau. of
the late Thomas Selby, Esq., of Whitley, and Wim-
bish, Essex; 6.1867; s. 1909 ; ?«. 1st 1893 (marriage
dissolved 1909) Ada Isabel, dau. of the late Alexander
George Pirie, Esq., of Stoneywood House, Aberdeen ;
2ndly 1909 Dorothy Evelyn, youngest dau. of the late
Sir William Grey, K.C.S.I. Viscount Selby, who was
educated at Winchester and at Balhol Coll., Oxford
(B.A. 1890), was called to the Bar at the Im.er
Temple 1892.— 18, Brunswick Square, Hove, Sussex;
Brooks's, and Oxford and Cambridge Clubs, s.w.
tieir, his sou ThomasSuttoo Evelyn, b. 1911.

SELBY, Peideau.\ Robert, Esq., of Pawston,
Only son of Comm. William Henry Collingwood
Selby, R.N., who d. 1882, by Rose Alice, who d. 1905,
youngest dau. of the late Robert Clutterbuck, Esq.,
of Hinxworth, Herefordshire ; b. 1873 ; s. his uncle
Beauchamp Prideaux Selby, Esq., J.P., 1918. Mr.
Selby, who was educated at Winchester and at New
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1896), is a Member of the Stock
Exchange, and temp. Capt. 'R.M.A.— Pawston, Mind-
rum, Northumberland ; Union, and Wellington
, Chibs, s.w. ; 37, Egerton Terrace, s.w.

SELBY, Walter Arthur, Esq., of Biddle-

stone, Northumberland.

Eldest son of Walter Charles Selby, Esq., of Biddle-

stone, who d. 1900, by Margaret Beatrice, dau. of

Hfnry George Bromilow, Esq., of Southport, Lanca-

' shire ; b. 1882 ; m. 1916 Dorothy, youngest dau. of
George Collier, Esq., and has a son, 'Walter Stephen
Patrick, b. 1917. Mr. Selby, who was educated at
Beaumont, at Ladycross, Bournemouth, and on
H.M.S. Britannia, is Lieut. Comm. Emergency List.

j R.N.— iSiddiestoJie, Rothbury. Northumberland ; Re-
sidence: Bed Gables, Ifield, Craioley, Sussex.


Only son of Roundell, 1st Earl, by Lady Laura, who „„Trir-i ttt- tj i a- ti7,,-tt.>, t TT^rrra

d. 1885, 2nd dau. of William, 8th Earl Waldegrave; SELFE, [His Honour] Sir WiLLIAM LuCIDS, .

SEFTON, Earl of (Osbert Cecil Molyneux,
P.O., F.Z.S.).-Cr. 1771.

Second son of William Philip, 4th Earl, who d. 1897,
by the Hon. Cecil Emily, who d. 1899, 5th dau. of
William George, 1st Lord Hylton; h. 1871; s. his
brother Charles William Hylton, !ith Earl, 1901 ; m.
1898 Lady Helena Mary Bridgeman, 3rd dau. of the
4th Earl of Bradford. The Earl of Sefton is a D.L.
for Lancashire, Hon. Col. W. Lancashire Divisional
Engineers, Territorial Force, Major and Hon. Lieut.-
Col. Territorial Force Reserve, late Major and temp.
Lieut. Col. Lancashire Hussars Yeo., and Patron of
2 Hvings; formerly Lieut. 2nd Life Guards; was
Master of the Horse 1905-7 ; sits in the House of
Lords as Lord Sefton, U.K. (or. lS31).-Croxteth
Hall, Liverpool; Abbeystead, Lancaster; White's
Club, s.w. ; Bacheloi-s', and Turf Clubs, w.; 13,
Charles Street, Berkeley Square, w.

Heir his son Hugh William Oobert, Viscount Molyneux,
Lieut. B. Horse Guards ; educated at the R. Mil. Coll.,
S;indhurst ; 6. 189S.

SEGRAVE, Major 0'Ne.\l, D.S.O., of Calla
House, CO. Galway ; and of Kiltymon, co.
Eldest son of Capt Henry Segrave, J.P. and D.L.,
formerly r2th Foot, of Calla House, of Kiltymon,
and of Cabra, co. Dublin, who d. 1906, by Mary
Elizabeth, who d. 1918, eldest dau. of the late Edward
Francis de Hane, Esq., of The Beeches, Staffordshire;
b. 1855; m. 1882 Beatrix, eldest dau. of Deputy-
Commissary-Gen. William John Jortin Warneford,
formerly Commissariat and Transport Department,
and has, with other issue, a son, * O'Neal, Capt. ret.,
late temp. Capt. R. Irish Regt. ; previously Lieut.
R. Irish Regt. ; b. 1883 ; m. 1915 Germaine, youngest
dau. of the late Gen. Paul A. Grisot, of St. Servan,
France, and has a dau. Major Segrave, who was
educated in Belgium, was formerly a Resident Magis-
trate in Ireland, Major 18th Batt. Imp. Yeo. in S.
Africa, and a Draft Conducting Officer, with the
temp, rank of Major, 1915 17 ; appointed to the
Staff 1917 and temp. Major Labour Corps 1918.—
Kiltymon, Newtownmountkennedy , co. Wickloiv ;
Calla House, Kilconnell, co. Galway ; St. Antoine,
St. Servan, France.

SEIGNE, John Thomas, Esq., M.V.O., of
Grenane House, co. Kilkenny.
Only son of the late Thomas Seigne, Esq. ; b. 1844 ;
m. 1877 Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Richard Barter, Esq.,
of St. Ann's Hill, co. Cork, and has, with other issue,
a son, * Thomas Richard Barter, M.C., Lieut. R.F.A.,
Special Reserve, and Acting Major R.F.A. ; has the
French Croix de Guerre ; b. 1883 ; m. 1918 Anne
Eliza Frances Mary (Leila), youngest dau. of the
late Sir Heffernan James Fritz Joseph John Consi-
dine, C.B., M.V.O., D.L., of Derk, co. Limerick.
Mr. Seigne is a J.P. for co. Kilkenny, and was High
Sheriff 1912. — Grenane House, Thomastoion.

SELBOENE, Earl of (William Waldegrave
Palmer, K.G., G.C.M.G., P.C, F.R.C.I.).
— Cr. 1882.


6. 1859 ; s. 1895 ; m. 1883 Lady Beatrix Maud, eldest
dau. of Robert, 3rd Marquis of Salisbury. The
Earl of Selborne, who was educated at Winchester
and at Univ. Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1882, Hon. Fellow ',
1911, Hon. LL.D. Cambridge 1910, Hon. D.C.L. Ox-
ford 1911), is a J.P. and C. Aid, for Hampshire, an
Hon. Lieut.-Col. in the Army, Hon. Col. formerly
Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. Comm. 3rd Batt. Hamp- ,

Knt.— Cr. 1897.
Third son of the late Henry James Selfe Selfe, a
Metropolitan Police Magistrate, by Anne Maria, dau.
of the late Ven. William Spooner, of Elmdon
Rectory, Warwickshire, Archdeacon of Coventry ; J.
1845 ; m. 1876 Ellen, 2nd dau. of Henry Sanford
Bickuell, Esq. Sir William Selfe was educated at
Rugby and at C.C.C, Oxford (B.A. 1868) ; called to




the Bar at the Inner Temple 1S70 ; appointed Judge ; SEMPILL, Lord (JoHN FobBES-SempilL^ —
of Monmouthshire County Courts 1882, transferred to n,, lioa '■-^riuu).

E. Kent 1884 and to Marylebone and W. London 1905; '

J.P. for Kent, and was Chairman
Quarter Sessions lS93-\905. —AtJu-nreum Club, s.'
13, Gonnaught Square, w.

SELFE, Sir Eobeet Cake, Knt.— Cr. 1910.

Son of the late John Selfe, of Stockwell ; 6.1840; m.
1864 Rosetta,who d. 1917, dau.of the late Benjamin
Priest. Sir Robert Selfe, who entered the Office of
the Ecclesiastical Commission 1860, was Accountant
and Assistant Financial Adviser 1891-7, Assistant
Secretary 1897-1908, and Secretary and Financial
Adviser to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners 1908-9.
— C'edarlea, Parklands, Surbiton Hill.

SELKIRK, Countess of, of Balmae, Kirkcud-
Ceeely Louisa, '2nd dau. of Sir Philip de Malpas Grey-
Egerton, 10th Bart., of Oulton Park, who d. 1881, by
Anna Elizabeth, who d. 1882, 2nd dau. of George John
Legh, Esq., of High Legh ; m. 1878 Dunbar James,
6th Earl of Selkirk (or. 1646), Lord Lieut, of Kirkcud-
bright, and some time Keeper of the Great Seal of
Scotland, who d. 18S5.— Balmae, Kirkcudbright,
N.B. ; 50, Berkeley Square, w.

SELLAR, Geeaed Heney Ceaig, Esq., of;
Ardtornish, Argyllshire. !

Only son of Alexander Craig Sellar, Esq., M.P., J.P. i
and D.L., who d. 1890, by Gertrude Joanna (who s. I
her brother Thomas Valentine Smith, Esq., J.P., at
Ardtornish, 1906, and has handed over the estate to |
her son), youngest dau. of Octavius Henry Smith,
Esq., of Ardtornish ; b. 1871. Mr. Craig Sellar, who
was educated at Eton and at Balliol Coll., Oxford
(B.A. 1893, M.A. 1904), and called to the Bar at the
Inner Temple 18U6, was formerly Clerk of the Councils
in the Transvaal Colony, and is a J.P. for Argyllshire.
— Ardtornish, Morverii, Argyllshire ; Atlienceum, and
Brooks's Clubs, s.w. ; 18, Prince's Gate, s.w.

SELWYN-IBBETSON. See Rookioood. i

SELWYN-PAYNE, John Handcock, Esq., of

Badgeworth Court, and Badgeworth End,

Eldest son of Col. John Selwyn-Payne, J. P., of Badge-
worth Court, who d. 1880, by Ellen Harriet, who
d. 1903, dau. of the late John Russell, Esq., J.P., of
Badgeworth Court ; 6. 1852 ; m. 1873 Anna, who d.
1893, only child of William Clarke Trotman, Esq., of o-.^ vr-pv i t -r t „ j,.
Clifton and Pen-Bwch, Glamorganshire, and has issue 1^7;,„v^,T! aLT!f„ ,/.
*Maud Albinia Margaret ; m. 1903 Sir Percy Francis
Cunynghame, 10th Bart., of Milncraig, Ayrshire
{whom see). Mr. Selwyn-Payue is a J.P. for cos.
Somerset and Gloucester, and Lord of the Manor of
Churchdown ; late Hon. Major 3rd Batt. Gloucester-
shire Begt.—Badgeivorth Court, near Cheltenham ;
Reform Club, s.w.

SEMON, Sir Felix, K.C.V.O., M.D.— Cr.
Knt. 1897, K.C.V.O. 1905.

Eldest son of the late Mr. S. J. Semon, of Danzig,
by Henriette, who d. 1909, dau. of the late Mr. S.
Aschenheim, of Elbing ; b. 1849 ; m. 1879 Augusta,
dau. of Mr. H. Redeker, of Cloppeuburg. Sir Felix
Semon, who was educated at Berlin (M.D. 1873),
Heidelberg, Vienna, Paris and London (F.R.C.P.
1885), was Physician Extraordinary to King Edward
VII. 1901-10 — Rignalls, Great Missenden, Bucking-

Cr. 1489.

Eldest son of William, 17th Lord, by his 2nd wife
Frances Emily, who d. 1887, youngest dau. of Sir
Robert Aberoromby, 5th Bart, of Birkenbog, Banff-
shire ; b. 1863 ; s. 1905 ; m. 1892 Gwendolen Emily
Mary, elder dau. of the late Herbert Prodgers, Esq., of
Kington House, Wiltshire. Lord Sempill, who was
educated at Eton, is a J.P., D.L. and C.S. for
Aberdeenshire, Hon. Col. Highland Div. Transport
and Supply Column, RA.S.C, T.F., and Capt. ret.
late The Black Watch (R. Highlanders); formerly
Capt. R..\.S.C., previously Lieut. Cameron High-
landers ; commanded 8th (Service) Batt. The Black
Watch (R. Highlanders), with the temp, rank of
Lieut.-Col. in the Army, 1914-17; has been a
Representative Peer of Scotland since Jan. 1910.—
Craigievar Castle, Lumphanan, Aberdeenshire;
Fintray House, Aberdeenshire ; Naval and Military
Club, w.

Heir, hU son Willia-n Francis, Ittster of Sempill, A.F.O.,
Lieut.-Ool. and 'cmp. Ool. E A.P.. serving at Ministry nf
Munitions, and an Officer o£ the Italian Order of the
Deputy Director R A.F., with the tomp.

SEMPILL, Maey Beeespoed, Lady.

Youngest dau. of Henry Sherbrooke, Esq., J.P. and
D.L., of Oxton, Nottinghamshire, who d. 18S7, by
Louisa Anne Fleming, who d. 1893, eldest dau. of
the late William Fane, Esq., H.E.I.C.S. ; ?n. 1890, aa
his 3rd wife, William, 17th Lord Sempill, who d.
1905.- 6, York House, Kensington, w.

SEMPLE, Lieut.-Col. SirD.Avm, Knt., M.D.—
Cr. 1911.

Second son of William Semple, Esq., of Castlederg, oo.
Tyrone, who d. 1905, by Elizabeth, dau. of the late
David Porter, Esq., of Castlederg ; b. 1856 ; m. 1894
Ethel May, dau. of the late Dr. Edward Watson, of
Islaham, Cambridge. Sir David Semple, who was
educated at Foyle Coll., Londonderry, and at Queen's
Coll., Belfast (M.D. R. Univ. of Ireland 1881, D.P.H.
Cambridge 1892, Hon. D.Sc. Queen's Univ., Belfast,
1919), is Lieut.-Col. ret., R. Army Medical Corps,
was Assistant Professor of Pathology at the Army
Medical School, Netley, 1894-9, Director of the
Pasteur Institute, India, 1900-5, and Director of the
Central Research Institute of India, Kasauli, Punjab,
1905-13 ; appointed Director-Gen. Public Health De-
partment, Egypt, 1913.— PuiZic Health Department,
Cairo, Egypt; St. Swithin, Royston, Hertfordshire.

Elizabeth Sophia, younger dau. of the late Rev. Henry
Calverley, Vicar of South Stoke and Prebendary of
Wells, by Elizabeth, dau. of the late Thomas Meade,
Esq., ; m. 1870 Sir Walter Joseph Sendall, LL.D., who
was Governor of the Windward Isles 1885-9, of Barba-
dos 1889-92 ; High Commissioner of Cyprus 1892-8 ;
Governor of British Guinea 1898-1901, and who was
cr. K.C.M.G. 1889, G.C.M.G. 1899, and d. 1904.— 22,
Kensington Court Gardens, w.

SENHOUSE, Humphrey Pateicius, Esq ,
M.C., of The Fitz, Cumberland.

Only son of Humphrey Patricius Seuhouse, Esq., J.P.
and C.C, of The Fitz, Tthod. 1911, by Constance, 3rd
dau. of the late Richard Hare, Esq., of Weymouth,
Dorsetshire ; b. 1894. Mr. Seuhouse, who was edu-
cated at Rugby and at Queen's Coll., Oxford was
temp. Capt. and Acting Major R.F.A.— T/ie Fits,
near Cockermouth,




Netherhall, Cumberland.
Florence Catherine, eldest dau. of Turner Arthur
Macan, Esq., of Carriff, co. Armagh, and of Elatow,
Bedfordshire, who d. 1889, by Florence Louisa Jane,
5th dau. of the late Henry Lawes Long. Esq., of
Hampton Lodge, Surrey ; in. 1879 Humphrey Pock-
lington-Senhouse, Esq., of Netherhall, a J.P. and D.L.
for Cumberland (High Sheriff 1892), and Lieut.- Col.
and Hon. Col. late Westmorland and Cumberland
Yeo. Cav., who d. 1903, leaving with other issue, a
son, * Guy Joseph, a Magistrate for Cumberland
(High Sheriff 1913), and Major Westmorland and;
Cumberland Yeo., serving with Art. Horse Lines ;
educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch., Oxford ; b. 1882.
Mrs. Pocklington-Senhouse is Patron of 1 living. —
Netherhall, Maryport, Cumberland.


SERJEANT, Col. Sir William Chables
Eldon, Knt., C.B., of St. Benet's Abbey,
Cornwall.- Cr. 1907.

Eldest son of Capt. Charles Eldon Serjeant, formerly
74th Highlanders, and Turkish Contingent in the
Crimea, of Barn Park. Cornwall, who d. 1904, by
Jane, dau. of the late James Charles, of Nanscawen,
Cornwall ; b. 1857 ; m. 1879 Florence Mary (whom
he div. 1888), dau. of the late Robert Porter. Sir
William Serjeant, who was educated at Nelson
House Grammar School, Devonport, and called to
the Bar at the Middle Temple 1898, is an Hon.
Lieut.-Col. in the Army ; Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col.
late Comm. 5th Batt. Rifle Brigade, a Knight of Grace
of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, and Lord of the
Manor of Bodwannick, and was formerly Lieut. 2nd
DevonshireBifle Vols., Capt. 4th Batt. B. Fusiliers,and
Major Reserve of OBicers ; served with the Bechuana-
land Field Force 1884-5, with the Matabeleland Relief
Force 1896 and in S. Africa 1901-2.— S(. BeneVs
Abbey, Lanivct, near Bodmin, Cornwall.

SERRELL, Miss, of Haddon Lodge, Dorset.
Alice Florence, eldest dau. of the late Rev. Henry
Digby Serrell, and niece of Dalton Haskoll Serrell,
Esq., J.P., of Haddon Lodge, who d. 1901.— Haddon
Lodge, iwar Stalbridge.


SETH-SMITH, Abchibald, Esq., of Silver-
mere, Surrey ; and formerly of Aldwick

Lodge, Sussex.
Sixth son of Charles Edward Smith, Esq., of Silver-
mere, and of Aldwick Lodge, who d. 1900, by Grace,
who d. 1894, dau. of the late Robert Garden, Esq. ; b.
1857 ; TO. 1896 Ella Blanche, dau. of Gustav von der ,
Heyde, Esq., of Auckland, New Zealand, Barrister-at-
Law, and has, with other issue, a son, * Edward Gustav
Seth, Lieut. E. Surrey Begt., Special Reserve, and
R.A.F.; b. 1898. Mr. Seth-Smith was educated
at Reading, and was called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn
1H90. — Silvermere, Cobham, Surrey.

Corps. Sir Bruce Seton is Lieut.-Col. and Brevet-Col .
ret., late Indian Medical Service, and was formerly
Hon. Surgeon to the Viceroy of India and Deputy
Director-Gen. Indian Medical Service. — Eilcatrine,
St. Catlwrine's, Loch Fyne, Argyllshire ; Caledonian
Club, s.w.

Heir, his son Ale.tander Hay, i. 1904.

SETON, Helen, Lady.
Only dau. of the late Gen. Richard Hamilton, C.B.,
Madras Army ; m. 1886 Sir Bruce Maxwell Seton, 8th
Bart., D.L., who d. 1915.— Durham House, Chelsea,

SETON, Sir John Hastings, Bart., of Pit-
medden, Aberdeenshire. — Cr. 1683.
Only son of Col. Sir William Samuel Seton, 9th Bart.,
by Eva Kate St. Leger, only dau. of the late Gen.
Sir Henry Hastings Affleck Wood, K.C.B. ; b. 1888 ;
s. 1914; was formerly Lieut. Supplementary List
R.F.A., previously Durham E.F.A., Special Reserve ;
is Capt. 6th Batt. Gordon Highlanders.— CMsftreie,

Heir Prei., his coudin Roberto Diaraeli Ooote, only son of
Matthew Seton, Esq., Barrister-at-Law (4th sou of the
7th Bart.), who d. 1887, by Th6iise PruJeuce Rose, only
dau. of the late Mons., Pierre Bonnet, of Paris ; b. 1881.

SETON, Elizabeth, Lady.
Dau. of the late George Castle, Esq., of Oxford; m.
1870 Sir James Lumsden Seton, 8th Bart., of
Pitmedden, Aberdeenshire, who d.s.p. 1884.

SETON, Sir Malcolm Cottee Cabiston,
K.C.B.— Cr. 1919.
Only son of Bertram William Seton, Esq., Surveyor,
Gen. Post Office, of Winton Hill, Hants, who d. 1907,
by Isabella Mary, 2nd dau. of the late Nelson Kearney
Cotter, Esq., M.D., of Buttevant, co. Cork ; b. 1872 ;
TO. 1901 Frances Eveleen, younger dau. of the late
Jonathan Bruce, Esq., J.P., of Miltown Castle, co.
Cork. Sir Malcolm Seton, who was educated at
Repton and at Oriel Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1895), and
entered the India Office 1898, was Private Secretary
to the Under Secretary of State for India 1901-2 ;
Senior Clerk Financial Department 1902-7 and
Judicial and Public Department 1907-10, and As-
sistant Secretary there 1910-11 ; appointed Secretary
1911.— Union Club, s.w.; 13, Clarendon Road,
Notting Hill, w.

SETON, Col. Alexandeb David, of Mounie,
Eldest and only surviving son of Major George Seton,
late 93rd Sutherland Highlanders, who d. 1905 (by
Anne Lucy, who d. 1893, dau. of the late Baldwin
Wake, Esq., of York), and nephew of David Seton,
Esq., of Mounie, who d. 1894 ; b. 1856 ; to. Is79 Emily
Isabel, 2nd dau. of Alfred Turner, Esq., formerly of
Deysbrook Hall, Lancashire, and has, with other issue,
a son, *George William Seymour, Lieut.-Comm. B.N. ;
6. 1885. Col. Seton is a Magistrate for Aberdeenshire,
an Hon. Capt. in the Army, and an Hon. Col. (1914),
and was formerly Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. Reserve
of Officers (ret. 1909), late Fife E.F.A., Special
Reserve. — Mounie Castle, Aberdeenshire.

SETON, Col. Sir Bbuce Gobdon, Bart., C.B., SETON, Alexander Geobge, Esq., of Preston

of Abercorn, Linlithgowshire.— Cr. 1603,
Eldest son of Lieut.-Col. Alexander Reginald Seton,
R.E., who d. 1887, by Emma Elizabeth, dau. of the
late Major William Loch, 1st Bombay Lancers ; b.
1868 ; s. his cousin Sir Bruce Maxwell Seton, 8th
Bart., 1915 ; m. 1895 Ellen Mary, dau. of Lieut.-Col.,
Francis Hugh Armstrong, formerly Army Service

House, Linlithgowshire.
Elder son of Patrick Baron Seton, Esq., J.P., a Mem-
ber of the House of Nobles of Sweden and Hofjag-
mastere to H.M. the King of Sweden, of Preston
House, who d. 1911, by Beate Louise, dau. of the
late Capt. F. Rosencrantz ; 6. 1882.— P/esion Bouse,




Jane Jarvie, eldest dau. of William Thorburn, Esq., of
Edinburgh; m. 1886, as bis 2nd wife. Sir Henry
Seton-Karr, C.M.G., formerly of Kippilaw, Roxburgh-
shire, a J.P. and D.L. for Eoxburghshire, and a
Barrister-at-Law, who was M.P. for St. Helens 1885- '

1906, and who was er. Knt. 1902 and d. 1914.^ + SEYMER, Mrs. CLAY-KER-,of Hanford,

Dorset ; and of Moriston, Berwickshire.
Gertrude, younger dau. and heiress of Henry Ker-

Esq., of 'BmnA\mff\\.—Brandliiigm, Coclmnouth,

Heir, their brother William Woodville Robertson, admitted
a Solicitor 18S8 : educated at Qonville and Cains Coll
Cambridge ; 6. 1868.

47, Chester Sqiiare, a.

See Steuart.


SETON-WIGHTMAN, the Misses, of Cour- ;
ance, Dumfriesshire. !

Cordelia Eose and Margaretta Matilda, daus. of James
Seton-Wightman, Esq., of Couranoe, Convener of
Dumfriesshire, who d. 1879, by Caroline Cordelia
Rose, who d. 1903, dau. of James Cullen, Esq. The
Misses Seton-Wightman s. their brother John Seton-
Wightman, Esq., B.A. Cantab, and a Member of the
Scottish Faculty of Advocates, 1900.— Oowrance,
Lockerbie, N.B.

SETTLE, Sir HexNey Hamilton, K.C.B.,
D.S.O.— Cr. 1900.

Son of the late Capt. Henry Thomas Settle, of South- 1
over, Lewes; b. 1847; m.i875 Edith, only dau. of
the late Jonathan Rigg, Esq., of Wrotham Hill
Park, Kent. Sir Henry Settle is a Lieut.-Gen.
ret., late E.E., was Surveyor-Gen. and Q.M.G. of
the Egyptian Army 1886-92; Inspector-Gen. of
Egyptian Police 1892-4, and Assist. Inspector-Gen.
of Fortifications at the War Office 1895-9 ; com-
manded the R.E. in Malta 1899 ; Cape Colony Dist.
S. of Orange River 1901-2; the Troops in Cape
Colony 1903, and the Coast Defences (Portsmouth),
Southern Command 1905-8 ; has the rank of Pasha, ;
the 2nd Class of the Osmanieh, and the 1st Class of
the Medjidie. — United Service Club, s.w. ; 29,:
Lowndes Street, s.w. i

Seymer, Esq., of Hanford and of Moriston, who d.
1864, by Isabella Helen, youngest dau. of the late
William Webber, Esq., of Binfleld Lodge, Berkshire ;
m. 1864 Harry Ernest Clay-Ker- Seymer, Esq., who
assumed the two latter surnames by royal license,
was a D.L. for Berwickshire, and a J.P. for Suffolk
and for Dorset (High Sheriff 1877), and who d. 1899,
leaving, with 2 daus,, 2 sons, Evelyn, an Hon. Major
in the Army ; was temp. Major 12th (Service) Batt.
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 1914-15, and
a Draft Conducting Officer, with the temp, rank of
Major, 1915-16; previously Lieut. Gordon High-
landers; b. 1865; m. 1898 Margaret, dau. of the
late Thomas Collis, Esq., of South Place, Boston,
Lincolnshire, and d. 1918 ; and * Horace Vere, 6.
1866 ; m. 1902 Diana, .3rd dau. of the late Walter
Pennington Creyke, Esq., of Seamore Place, Park
Lane, and has 2 dauB.

Lady William Frederick

Lennox and Gordon, Duke of.

•ider Richmond,

SEVERNE, Edmund Charles Wigley, Esq.,
of Thenford, Northamptonshire ; and of
Wallop Hall, Shropshire.

Only surviving son of Edmund Wigley Severne, Esq.,
of Thenford and of Wallop Hall, who d. 1914, by
Louisa Amelia, only surviving dau. of the late James
Samuel Lomax, Esq., formerly of Pilsworth, and
Burnshaw, Lancashire; b. 1886; «i. 1915 Cecily
Mary, only dau. of William Burdon-MuUer, Esq.,
formerly of Binfleld Park, Berkshire, and has 2
daus. Mr. Severne, who was educated at Eton and
at Trinity Coll., Cambridge, and was formerly Lieut.
Shropshire Yeo., temp. Capt. Warwickshire Yeo.
i 1914-16, and temp. Lieut. 9th Lancers 1916, is temp.
Lieut. Gen. List, and was on the roll for High
Sheriff of Montgomeryshire for 1918.~Wallop Hall,
Shreicsbury ; Thenford House, Banbury ; Bachelors'
Club, w.

SEVERNE, of Poslingford. See Chichester. i

3S, of Brandlingill, Cum- j


Edith Woodville, and Elizabeth Woodville, daus. of
Col. Frederic Robertson Sewell, J.P. and D.L., for-
merly Comm. 3rd Batt. Border Regt., who d. 1907, by
Jane, who '/. 1912, only dau. of the late Joseph Ostle,

Eva Anna Caroline, 7th dau. of Edward Gordon, 1st
Lord Penrhyn, who d. 1886, by his 2nd wife Lady
Maria Louisa, who d. 1912, younger dau. of Henry,
5th Duke of Grafton ; to. 1871 Gen. Lord William
Frederick Ernest Seymour, Col. of the Coldstream
Guards, and a Commissioner of the R. Hospital,
Chelsea, who was formerly in the R.N. and Cold-
stream Guards, in command of the S.E. Dist. 1891-6

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