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nd of the troops in Canada 1898-1900, Acting Mil.
Secretary at Head Quarters 1901-2, and Lieut, of the
Tower of London 1302-5, who was granted a patent
of precedency as the son of a Marquis 1871, who had
the Order of the Osmanieh, 3rd Class, and who was
cr. K.C.V.O. 1903 and d. 1915. -Lytlianger, Liss.

SEYMOUR, the Right Hon. Sir Edward Ho-
BART, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., O.M.— Cr. K.C.B.
1897, G.C B. 1900, G.C.V.O. 1906.

Second son of the Rev. Richard Seymour, who d.
1880, by Frances, wl o d. 1871, 3rd dau. of the late
Charles Smith, Esq., of Sutton, Essex; b. 1840.
Educated at Kadley (Hon. LL.D. Caiubridge 1903) ;
is an Adm. of the Fleet ret. ; was Naval A.D.C. to
Queen Victoria 1887-9 : Second in Command of the
Channel Squadron 1892-4, Superintendent of Naval
Reserves 1894-7, Commander-in Chief on the China
Station 1898-1901, First and Principal Naval A.D.C.
to King Edward VII. 1902-3, and Commander in-
Chief on the Plymouth Station 1903-5 ; has the
Orders of the Osmanieh, 3rd Class, and Alexander
Newsky of Russia ; the Grand Cross of the Order of
the Red Eagle of Prussia, with Swords, the Spanish
Naval Order of Merit and the Grand Cordon of the
Rising Sun of Japan.— Cnt^cfZ Service, Wellington,
Travellers', and R. Societies' Clubs, s.w.

SEYMOUR, Sir Michael CULME-, Bart.,
G.C.B., G.C.V.O.— Cr. 1809.

Eldest son of the Rev. Sir John Hobart Culme-
Seymour, 2nd Bart. (Canon of Gloucester, Rector of
Northchurch, and Chaplain to Queen Victoria), by
his 1st wife Elizabeth, who d. 1841, elder dau.
and co-heiress of the late Rev. Thomas Culme, of
Tothill, Devonshire ; 6. 1836 ; s. 1880 ; m. 1866 Mary




Georgiana, who d. 1912, eldest dau. of the late Hon.
Bichard Watson, of Rockingham Castle, Northamp-
tonshire. Sir Michael Culme- Seymour, who was
educated at Harrow, is an Adm. ret., and Vice-Adm.
of the United Kingdom, and was Commander-in-
Chief on the Pacific Station 1885 7, of the Channel
Squadron 1890-2, of the Mediterranean Fleet 1893-
6, and at Portsmouth 1897-1900, and First and
Principal Naval A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 1899-1901,
and to King Edward VII. Jan.- April 1901 ; has the
Order of the Medjidie, 1st Class. — Wadenhoe House,
Oundle ; United Service Club, s.w.

Heir, his son Michael, O.B., M.V.O., Rear -Adm. B.N. :

has tbe Russian Older o£St. Vladimir, 4th Clat8,with S«ords;

b. 1S67 ; m. 1896 Floreuoe Agnes Louisa, youogest dau. of

the late Albert Llewellvn, 3rd Baron Nugent, and has, with

other itsue, a son, "Michael, b. 1909.

SE YMOUE, Sir Albert Victoe Feancis, Bart.
— Cr.l869.
Only son of Sir Francis Seymour, 1st Bart., K.C.B.,
by Agnes Austin, who d. 1915, eldest dau. of the late
Eev. Hill Dawe Wickham, Rector of Horsington,
Somerset ; b. 1879 ; s. 1890. Sir Albert Seymour is
an Hon. Lieut, in the Army, and was formerly Lieut.
5th Batt. R. Fusiliers, and previously Lieut. 6th Batt.
Lancashire Fusiliers, and 3rd Batt. R. Lancaster
Eegt. ; was a Page of Honour to Queen Victoria
189S-&.— Marlborough Club, s.w.

SEYMOUR, Elizabeth Maey, Lady.

Dau. of Col. Frederick Romilly, M.P., who d. 1887, by
Lady Elizabeth Amelia Jane, who d. 1892, 3rd dau.
of Gilbert, 2nd Earl of Minto ; m. 1880 Horace
Alfred Damer Seymour, Esq., C.B., a Commissioner of
Customs 1885-90, Deputy Chairman 1890-4, Deputy
Master and Controller of the Mint 1894-1902, who
was designated a K.C.B. 1902, and d. 1£02. Ladv
Seymour received a patent of precedency as widow
of a K.C.B. 1902.— 18, Sussex Square, Brighton.

SE YMOUE, Sir William Heney, K C B -
Cr. 1904.
Only son of Sir William Seymour, Judge of the Su-
preme Court, Bombay, who d. 1829, by Sarah Lydia,
who d. 1871, eldest dau. of Sir Henry Oakes, 2nd
Bart. ; b. 1829 ; m. 1875 Anne Charlotte, dau. of the
late Archdeacon John Wright Bowles. Sir William
Seymour is a Lieut.-Gen. and Hon. Gen. ret., and
Col. of the 2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays) ; was
in command of the Curragh District and Inspector
of Cavalry in Ireland ISli-S. - Carlton, United
Service, ayid Army and Navy Clubs, s.w.

SEYMOUR, Chaeles Derick, Esq., of Barwick
House, Norfolk.
Younger and only surviving son of Vice-Adm. George
Henry Seymour, C,B., M.P., who d. 1869, by Sophia
Margaret, who d. 1917, eldest dau. of the late Derick
Hoste, Esq., of Barwick House; b. 1863; m. 1903
Mina, dau. of the late Andrew Scaramanga, Esq., and
widow of Major Antonio Stephen Ralli, 12th Lancers.
Mr. Seymour, who was educated at Wellington Coll. I
and at Jesus Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1887), is a J.P '

. and D.L. for Norfolk, Lieut.-Col. Territorial Force '
Reserve, late Comm. King's OwnR. Regt. Norfolk Yeo.
and Patron of 1 living.— BancicA; House, Stanlioe ■
Turf Club, w. ; 2, Mount Street, w.

SEYMOUR, Chaeles Read, Esq., formerly of

Crowood, Wiltshire ; and Inbolmes, Hamp- 1

shire. I

Eldest son of the Eev. Charles Frederic Seymour,

Eeotor of Winchfield, Hants, who d. 1897, by IsabeU

Elisabeth, who d. 1887, youngest dau. of the lateEeY.
John Henry Lefroy, of Ewshot House, Hants ; 6.
1865 ; m. 1st 1881 Marion Frances Violet, who d.
1900, youngest dau. of the late John Odiarne Luiford,
Esq., of Higham House, Sussex ; 2ndly 1902 Adelaide,
dau. of the late Walter Bentinck, Esq., of Froyle,
Hampshire, and has, with other issue, a son, John
Richmond, b. 1883. Mr. Seymour, who was educated
at Harrow and at Merton Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1877),
was called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1880, and
is a Magistrate for Hampshire and for Wilts.— -Bcre-
weeke House, Winchester : United University Club

SEYMOUR, Henry Hobart OULME-, Esq.,
of Glenville, Hampshire.
Youngest son of the Rev. Sir John Hobart Culme-
Seymour, 2nd Bart. (Canon of Gloucester, Rector of
Northohurch, and Chaplain to Queen Victoria), who
d. 1880, by his 2nd wife Maria Louisa, who d. 1887,
dau. of the late Charles Smith. Esq., M.P., and sister
of Sir Charles Joshua Smith, 2nd Bart., of Suttons,
Essex ; 6. 1847 ; m. 1878 Kate, 3rd dau. of William
Charles Lucy, Esq., J.P., F.G.S., of The Wynstones,
Gloucestershire, and has, with other issue, a son,
♦Evelyn, Lieut.-Comm. ret. E.N. ; b. 1881 ; m. 1908
Laura Maude Amy, younger dau. of the late Sir
Steuart Macnaghten, of Bittern Manor, Hampshire,
and has, with other issue, a son, *Gerald Henry Ho-
bart, b. 1914. Mr. Culme-Seymour, who was educated
at Eton and at New Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1870, M.A.
1874), is a J.P. and C.C. for Hampshire, and was
formerly Capt. and Hon. Major 4th Batt. Bedfordshire
Eegt. (Hertfordshire Militia). — Glenville, Bitterne,
Hampshire ; Oxford and Cambridge Club, s.w.

SEYMOUR, Hugh Feancis, Esq., of Potterells,

Only son of Hugh Horatio Seymour, Esq., who d.
1892, by Georgiana, who d. 1907, dau. of the late Gen.
Eobert Ellice ; b. 18J5 ; m. 1884 Rachel Blanche, 2nd
dau. of the late Rev. the Hon. James Walter Lascelles,
M.A., Rector of Goldsborough, Y'orkshire, and Canon
of Ripon, and has, with other issue, a son, *Horaee
James, entered the Foreign Office 1908, and appointed
an Acting 3rd Secretary in the Diplomatic Service
1914 ; b. 1885 ; m. 1917 Violet, younger dau. of the
late Thomas Erskine, Esq., H.B.M.'s Consul-Gen. at
New Orleans, U.S.A., and has a dau., Jane. Mr.
Seymour, who was educated at Harrow and at
Trinity Coll., Cambridge, was called to the Bar at
the Inner Temple ISSO.—Poltcrells, near Hatfield,
Hertfordshire ; Travellers' Club, s.w. ; 25, Lennox
Gardens, s.w.

SEYMOUR, Miss, of Knoyle House, Wiltshire.
Jane Margaret, only child of Alfred Seymour, Esq.,
J.P. and D.L., of Knoyle House, who d. 1888, by
Isabella, who d. 1911, 2nd dau. of Sir Baldwin Leigh-
ton, 7th Bart., and widow of Beriah Botfield, Esq.,
M.P., of Norton Hall, Northamptonshire. Miss
Seymour is Patron of 1 living. — Knoyle House, East
Knoyle, Wiltshire.

SEYMOUR, Thomas Patrick Dunbae, Esq.,
of Ballymore, co. Galway.

Eldest son of Walter Seymour, Esq., J.P. of Ballymore,
who d. 1892, by Belinda Jane Dunbar, only child of
the Rev. Abercrombie Lockhart Gordon ; b. 1865.
Mr. Seymour is a Magistrate for oo. Galway and temp.
Lieut. Service Squadron 6th (Inniskilling) Dragoons,
employed as Capt. and Adjutant 10th Corps Cav. Eegt.
—Ballymore Castle, Ballinasloe.


SEYMOUR. See Hertford.



SEYS, Mrs., of Wirewood'a Green, Gloucester-
Evelyn, 2nd dan. of the Rev. Robert Vaughan-Hughes, i
of Wyelands, MonmouthBhire, who d. 1B91, by Mary !
Ann, who d. 18G5, younger dau. of the late Eear-Adm.
Rowland Mainwaring, of Whitmore Hall, Stafford-
shire ; m. 1882 Godfrey Seys, Esq., of M'irewood's
Green, a J.P. and C.C. for Gloucestershire and a J. P.
for Monmouthshire, who d. 1905, leaving, with other
issue, a son, *Roger Cecil, D.S.O., O.B.E., Major
R.G.A. ; b. 1883 ; m. 1914 Gladys Flora, youngest
dau. of the late Joseph Leoand Taylor, Esq., of
Saffron Walden, Essex, and has a dau., Diana
Josephine. — Wirewood't Oreen, Chepstow.

SHACKLETON, Sir David James, K.C.B.
— Cr. 1917.

Only son of William Shaokleton, Esq., of Leeds Road,
Nelson, Lancashire, by Margaret, who d. 1868, dau. of
the late James Gregory, Esq., of Cloughfold ; b. 1863 ;
m. 1883 Sarah, dau. of the late John Broadbent, Esq.,
of Accrington, Sir David Shackleton, who was edu-
cated at Elementary Schools, Haslingden, is a J.P.,
for Lancashire and for Darwen ; was formerly Presi-
d€nt of the Amalgamated Weavers' Association ; M.P.
for N.E. Lancashire, Clithero Div., 1902-Nov. 1910 ;
Chairman of the Labour Party 1905 ; President of the
Trade Union Congress 1907-8 and Senior Labour
Adviser at the Home OfiBce 1910-12 ; appointed a
National Health Insurance Commissioner 1912 and
Permanent Secretary Ministry of Labour 1916. — \
Sunnyhtirst, Rotlienvick Road, Oolder's Oreen, N.w.

SHACKLETON, Major Sir Eenest Henky,
Knt., C.V.O., O.B.E.-Cr. 1909.

Elder son of Henry Shackleton, Esq., M.D., of
Kilkee House, co. Kildare ; b. 1874 ; m. 1904 Emily
Mary, 2nd dau. of the late Charles Dorman, Esq.,
of Towngate, Sussex. Sir Ernest Shackleton, who
was educated at Dulwich Coll. (Hon. LL.D. Glasgow
1914), was formerly Lieut. R. Naval Reserve, 3rd
Lieut, of the National Antarctic Expedition under
Capt. Scott 1901-2, in command of the British
Antarctic Expedition, which discovered the S.
Magnetic Pole and got to within 97 miles of the S.
Pole, 1907-9, and of the British Antarctic Expe-
dition 1914-17, in charge of Special Mission to S.
America 1917-18, and Major Gen. Headquarter
Staff, N. Russia, 1918-19; is a Younger Brother
of Trinity House, Major ret., late temp. Major and
temp. Hon. Major in the Army, a Coram, of the
Orders of the Dannebrog of Denmark, the Polar !
Star of Sweden, St. Olaf of Norway, The Crown of
Italy, and St. Anne of Russia and an Officer of \
the Legion of Honour, and has the Order of the
Nile, 1st Class. — 14, Milnthorpe Road, Eastbourne/
Marlborough Club, s.w.

SHADWELL, Capt. William Noel LUCAS-,
D.S.C., of Fairlight Hall, Sussex.
Only son of William Lucas-Shadwell, Esq., M.P., J.P.
and D.L., of Fairlight Hall, who d. 1915, by Beatrice
Margaret, 3rd dau. of the late John Buckley Ruther-
ford, Esq. ; 6. 1882; m. 1905 Marie Ther&se, 3rd dau.
of Mons. Bricard-Bazin, and has 5 daus. Capt.
Lucas-Shadwell, who was educated at Winchester
and abroad, was formerly a Vice-Consul in H.M.'s
Consular Service and temp. Capt. Gen. List., late
temp. Lieut. R. Naval Vol. Reserve ; is a Cheval'
of the Roumanian Order of the Star ; has the

Russian Orders of St. George, 4th Class, St. Vladimir,
3rd Class, and St. Stanislas, Srd Class. — R. Societies'
Club, s.w.

SHAFTESBURY, Earl of (Anthony Ashley-
Cooper, K.P., K.C.V.O., C.B.E., F.Z.S.).
— Cr. 1672.

Only son of Anthony, 8th Earl, by Lady Harriet
Augusta Anna Seymourina, who d. 1898, only dau. of
George Hamilton, Srd Marquis of Donegall ; 6. 1869 ;
s. 1886 ; in. 1889 Lady Constance Sibell (an Extra
Lady of the Bedchamber to H.M. Queen Mary), elder
dau. of the late Victor Alexander, Earl Grosvenor.
The Earl of Shaftesbury, who was educated at Eton
and at the R. Mil. Coll. Sandhurst, is an Hon.
Brigadier-Gen. ; H.M.'s Lieut, for Dorsetshire ; a
J.P. andD.L. forco. Antrim (H.M.'s Lieut. 1911-lli) ;
Chancellor of Queen's Univ., Belfast (Hon. LL.D.
1919); Hon.,Col. Antrim R.G.A., Special Reserve,
and N. Irish Horse, previously Lieut. -Col. and Hon.
Col. Comm. N. Irish Horse ; a Grand Officer of the
Legion of Honour, and Patron of 8 livings ; was
formerly Capt. Reserve of Officers, and 10th Hussars,
a Member of the London School Board, H.M.'s Lieut,
for and an Aid. of the City of Belfast (Lord Mayor
1907) and Chamberlain to H.M. Queen Mary (then
Princess of Wales) 1901-10, and has been Lord
Chamberlain to H.M. since 1910 ; commanded 1st
S. Western Mounted Brigade, T.F., 1913-19, with
the temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen. 1914-19 ; has the
Grand Cordons of the Order of the Redeemer of
Greece, of the Spanish Order of Santa Isabella, and
of the Kronen Order of Germany.— Si. Giles's House,
Dorset; Belfast Castle, Belfast ; Travellers', and
Marlborough Clubs, s.w. ; R. Yacht Squadron,

SHAFTO, Mrs. DUNCOMBE- of Whitworth
Park, CO. Durham.

Rosa Edith Marguerite, eldest dau. and heiress of
Robert Charles Duncombe Shafto, Esq., of Whitworth
Park, who d. 1909, by Alice Vere, youngest dau. of
the late Frederic Boucher, Esq., of Frimley, and of
N.S.W. ; m. 1911 Robert Charles Duncombe-Shafto,
Esq. (2nd son of the late Slingsby Arthur Duncombe-
Eden, Esq., J.P. and D.L. of Beamish Park, co. Dur-
ham), a J.P. for CO. Durham, and has, with other
issue, a son, "Robert, b. 1914 — Whitworth Park,
Spennymoor, co. Durham.

SHAFTO, Capt. Slingsby Duncombe, of
Beamish Park, co. Durham.

Eldest son of Slingsby Arthur Duncombe-Eden, Esq.,
J.P. and D.L. of Beamish Park, who d. 1904, by
Louisa Ann, dau. of .the late Frederick Newman
Appleyard, Esq. ; b. 1877. Capt. Shafto, who was edu-
cated at Eton, and was formerly Lieut. Grenadier
Guards, and High Sheriff of co. Durham 1908, is Capt.
Reserve of Officers, temp. Capt. Grenadier Guards
and Lord of the Manor of Beamish — Beamish Park,
Beamish B.S.O., co. Durhain; Giiards' Club,s.vi.;
BacJielors' Club, w. ; R. Yacht Squadron, Cowes.

SHAIRP, John W.^ltek, Esq., of Houstoun,
Younger son of John Campbell Shairp, Esq., J.P., of
Houstoun, Sheriff Substitute of Ayrshire, who d.
1913, by Harriet Caroline, 3rd dau. of Sir Thomas
Erskine, 2nd Bart., of Cambo, Fife; b. 1894; s. his
brother Capt. Norman Shairp, M.C., Ayrshire Yeo.,
who d. on active service, 1918. Mr. Shairp, who was




educated at Rugby and at Exeter Coll., Oxford (

1918), is Lieut. Ayrshire Yeo.-

-Hotistoun, Uphall,

SHAKERLEY, Sir Waltee Geoffeey, Bart., '
C.B.E , of Somerford, Cheshire.— Cr. 1838.

Eldest son of Sir Charles Watkin Shakerley, 2nd
Bart., K.C.B., by Georgiana Harriott, who d. 1907,
elder dau. of the late George Holland Ackers, Esq., of
Moreton Hall, Cheshire; 6.1859; s. 1898; i,i. 1885
Hilda Mary, a Lady of Grace o" the Order of St. John
of Jerusalem, only dau. of Henry Hodgson, Esq., of |
Currarevagh, co. Galway, and has 4 daus. Sir Walter
Shakerley is a Magistrate for Cheshire, Hon. Col.,
previously Lieut -Col. and Hon. Col. Comm. 7th Batt.
Cheshire Regt., T.D., Lieut.-Col. T.F. Reserve, pre-
viously temp. Lieut.-Col. (1914 -16) 7th Batt. Cheshire
Eegt., and Patron of 1 living; formerly Lieut. King's
E. Bifie Corps. — Somerford Park, Congleton.
Heir Pr.:i., his brotlier George Hfrbert Shakerley-Acker.?, Esq.,
of Moreton Hall, Cheshire (ichom ife).

Esq., of Moreton Hall, Cheshire.
Second son of Sir Charles Watkin Shakerley, 2nd
Bart., K.C.B., of Somerford, Cheshire, who d. 1S9S,
by Georgiana Harriott, who d. 1907, elder dau. of the
late George Holland Ackers, Esq., of Moreton Hall ;
6. 1863; s. his mother, and assumed the additional
surname of Ackers by deed poll, 1907, and by royal
license 1908 ; m. 1891 Evelyn Mary, 2nd dau. of the
late Col. Charles Hosken France-Hayhurst, of Bo-
stock Hall, and Davenham Hall, Cheshire, and has,
■with 3 daas , a son, *CjTil Holland, Lieut. King's E.
Eifle Corps, attached to R.A.F. ; educated at the R.
Mil. Coll., Sandhurst; 6. 1897. Mr. Shakerley-
Ackers, who was educated at Harrow, and was
formerly Capt. and Hon. Major 5th Vol. Batt.
Cheshire Regt., and previously Lieut. King's R.
Eifle Corps, is a Magistrate for Cheshire. — Moreton
Hall, Congleton.

SHAKESPEAR, Charles Bowles, Esq., of
Langley Priory, Leicestershire.
Second son of Charles Shakespear, Esq., of Langley
Priory, who d. 1899, by Elizabeth, who d. 1916, dau.
of the late Henry Brown, Esq., of Ashby-de-la-Zouch ;
b. 1870; m. 1908 Mary Jane, youngest dau. of the
late William Foster, Esq., of Hornby Castle, Lanca-
shire, and of Harrowins, Yorkshire, and has, with
other issue, a son, *John Hornby, b. 1910. Mr.
Shakespear, who was educated at Repton, is a Magi-
strate for Leicestershire (was on the roll for High
Sheriff for 1911) and Lord of the Manor of Langley
Vriory.— Langley Priory, near Derby.

SHAND. See Kynoch-Shand.


SHANDON, Lord (Ignatius John O'Brien,
P.C.).— Cr. 1918.
Toungest eon of Mark Joseph O'Brien, Esq., of Cork,
whod. 1875, by Jane, who d. 1885, dau. of the late
William Dunne, Esq., of Cork; b. 1857; m. 1880
Annie, dau. of the late John Talbot Soallan, Esq., of
Dublin. I,ord Shandon, who was educated at the
Catholic Univ. of Ireland, called to the Bar at King's
Inns, Dublin, 1881, appointed a Q.C. 1889 and elected
a Bencher 1 907, was Second Serjeant- at-Law, Ire-
land, 1910-11, Solicitor-Gen. 1911-12, Attorney-Gen.
1912-13, and Lord Chancellor of Ireland 1918 18. —
Ardtona, Dundrum, co. Dublin; National Liberal
Club, s.w. ; University Club, Dublin ; 272a, St.
James's Court, Buckingham Gate, s.w.

SHANN, Sir Thomas Thoenhill, Knt.— Cr.
Eldest son of Samuel Shann, Esq., of Manchester,
who d. 1862, by Martha Thornhill ; b. 1 846 ; to. 1 869
Hannah, who d. 1899, dau. of the late WiUiam
Sutcliffe, Esq., of Stansfield Hall, Lancashire. Sir
Thomas Shann, who was educated at Manchester, is
a C.C. for Lancashire ; a J.P. and Aid. of Manchester
(Lord Mayor 1903-4 and 1904-5) ; Chairman of the
Manchester Education Committee, of the Licensing
Bench of the Manchester City Justices, of the
Manchester "Unemployed Relief Sub- Committee, and
of Moyes' Charity ; Hon. Treasurer of the Manchester
Certified Industrial School ; Governor, Trustee and
Treasurer of John Ryland's Library; Trustee and
Chairman of the House Committee of NichoUs' Hos-
pital, and a Member of Court, Victoria Univ. — The
Hollies, Clifton Road, Heaton Moor, Mancliester ;
Bryn Cclyn, Llanfairfechan, N. Wales ; Constitu-
tional Club, w.c. ; Conservative Club, Manchester.

SHANNON, Earl of (Robert Henry Boyle).
— Cr. 1756.
Only surviving son of Richard Henry, 6th Earl, who
d. 1906, by Nellie, who d. 1910, youngest dau. of the
late Charles Thompson, Esq., of Bookham, Surrey ; 6.
1900 ; s. his brother Richard Bernard, 7th Earl, Lieut.
B. Fusiliers, who was killed in action, 1917 ; educated
at theR. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; is Lieut. R. Fusiliers ;
will sit in the House of Lords as Lord Carleton
(G.B., cr. 1786).

Hrir Pres., his uncle Robert Francis, M.T.O. (3rd son of
Henry Bentinck, 5th Earl, who d. 1890, by his 1st wife
Lady Blanche Emma, who d. 1863, 3rd dau of Henry, 3rd
Earl of Harewood), Vice- Adm. ret. R.N. ; b. 1863 ; ni.la99
OSrise, 2nd dau. of Sir Olaude Ohampion-de-rrespigny,

Bart, and has. '



SHANNON, Countess of.

Julia Charlotte, youngest dau. of Sir WiUiam Edmund
•Cradock-Hartopp, 3rd Bart., who d. 1864, by Jane
Mary, who d. 1881, eldest dau. of the late Henry
Bloomfield Keane, Ksq. ; m. 1868, as his 2nd wife,
Henry Bentinck, 5th Earl of Shannon, who d. 1890. —
11, Cranley Gardens, s.w.

SHAPLAND, Miss JACKSON-, of Hill House,
Cradley, Herefordshire.

Susan, younger dau. of the late Thomas Jackson,
Esq. ; s. her aunt, Miss Emma Shapland, 1892, and
then assumed her present surname by royal license.
— Hill House, Cradley, near Great Malvern.

SHARD, William Isaac, Esq., of Warfield
Hall, Berkshire.
Second son of Charles Shard, Esq., formerly of Hedger-
ley Park, Buckinghamshire, who d. 1905, by Eliza
Frances Washbourne, of Gloucester ; b. 1853 ; s. 1916
F.M. Sir Charles Henry Brownlow, G.C.B., husband
of his cousin Georgiana, who d. 1912, elder dau. of
the late William Charles King, Esq., of Warfield
Hall ; TO. 1892 Eva Maud, youngest dau. of Col.
Robert Bradshaw, J.P., of Carrick-on- Shannon, co.
Leitrim, and has a son * Charles Bradshaw, Lieut.
14tb Hussars; educated at Harrow ; ft. 1894. — War-
Jield Hall, Bracknell, Berkshire ; Befonn, and Ranc-
lagh Clubs, s.w. ; 2, Connaught Place, w.

SHARKEY, Sir Seymour John, Knt., M.D.,
F.R.C.P.— Cr. 1914.

Third son of Edmund Patrick Sharkey, Esq., M.D.,
of Ballinasloe, co. Galway, who d. 1897, by Sarah
Pbilipina, who d. 1901, dau. of the late Col. De la




Garde, of Jersey ; 6. 1874. Sir Seymour Sharkey,
who was educated at Christ's Hosijital and at Jesus
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1870, M.B. 1875, M.A. 1879, M.D.
1888, Hon. Fellow 1918, F.K.C.P. 1885), was
formerly Examiner in Pathology and Medicine at '
Oxford Univ. and in Medicine at the Conjoint
Board, London ; Senior Censor of the R. Coll. of
Physicians, Lecturer on Pathology and Medicine at
St. Thomas's Hospital and President of the Neuro-
logical Society of the United Kingdom 1904 ; is Con-
sulting Physician to St. Thomas's Hospital and to
King George V. Hospital, Medical Eeferee to the
Treasury and Lieut.-Col. T.F. Eeserve, late 2nd
London Gen. Hospital, R.A.M.C, T.F. —Athcnxuin
Club, s.w. ; 24a, Forlhxnd Place, w.


SHARP, Adam James, Esq., of Clyth Lodge,

Elder son of Adam Sharp, Esq., of Clyth Lodge, who
d. 1899, by Isabella Welsh, who d. 1898, 2nd dau. of
the late James Goodall, Esq. ; b. 1873 ; m. 1 902 Effie,
who d.s.p. 1905, only dau. of George Gordon Cumming,
Esq., of Calcutta. Mr. Sharp is a Magistrate for
Caithnesa-shire. — Bank House, Rothes, near Elgin,
N.B. ; Clyth Lodge, Clyth, N.B.

SHARP, the Rev. John Heebert, of Bahuuir,
Eldest son of John Sharp, Esq., J.P., and D.L., of Bal-
muir, and of Dalnaglar, Perthshire, who d. 1916, by
Eleanor 2nd. dau. of the late James Farquhar White,
Esq., of Balruddery and Pilmores, Forfarshire ; b.
1887 ; m. 1915 Elsie, 4th dau. of the late Rear-Adm.
Henry John May, C.B., and has, with other issue,
a son, *John Graham, b. 1919. Mr. Sharp, who
was educated at Rugby and at Balliol Coll., Oxford
(B.A. 1909, MA 1912), is Rector of St. James's

(Episcopal) Church, Edinburgh Bahnuir, Dundee,

Forfarshire ; Residence : 23, Inverleith Place,

SHARP, Mrs., of Dalnaglar, Perthshire.

Eleanor, 2nd dau. of James Farquhar White, Esq., of
Balruddery and Pilmores, Forfarshire, who d. 1 884, by
Elizabeth, dau. of the late William Grundy, Esq., of
Parr, Lancashire ; m- 1886 John Sharp, Esq., of Dal-
naglar, and of Balmuir, Forfarshire, a D.L. for Dundee
and a J. P. for Forfarshire, who d. 1916, leaving, with
other issue, a son, * the Rev. John Herbert'(u' /lom see).
— Dalnaglar, Blairgowrie, Perthshire.

SHARP, Mrs., of Maryfield, Buteshire.

Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the late Alexander Duff,
Esq., of Inverness; m. 1870 Robert Sharp, Esq., of
Maryfield, a J.P. and D.L. for Buteshire, who d. 1914,
leaving, with other issue, a son, * Robert Alexander
Duff, educated at Rothesay Academy and at the High
School, Glasgow ; 6. 1880. — Uaryfidd, Bothesay,

SHARP, William James, Esq., of Linden Hall,
Only survivfng son of Edward Sharp, Esq., J.P„ of
Linden Hall, who d. 1909, by Sarah Catharine, whod.
1878, only dau. of the late James Aspinall Turner,
Esq., M.P., J. P., and D.L., of Pendlebury House, Lan-
cashire ; b. 1859; m. 1903 Pearl Lois, only surviving
dau. of the late Philip Turner, Esq , of The Mount,
Fleetwood, Lancashire, and has, with other issue, a
eon, ■• Edward Salkeld, 6. 1305. Mr. Sharp, who was

educated at Rugby and at St. John's Coll., Cambridge
(B.A 1885, MA. 1889), is a Magistrate for Lancashire.
— Linden Hall, near Carnforth, Lancashire ; Resi-
dence : Hazelwood, Lindeth, Silverdale, Lai^cashire ;
Conservative Club, s.w.

SHARP BETHUNE, Sir Alexander Mait-
LAND, Bart.-Cr. 1683.
Only so

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