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ney Godolphin
Alexander Shippard.D.C.L., Attorney -Gen. of Griqua-
land West 1875, Judge of Supreme Court of Cape
Colony 1880, Administrator of Bechuanaland and
Dep. High Commissioner 1885-95, who was cr.
K.C.M.G. 1887, and d. 1902.— T/tc Anijel, Lacock,

SHIRLEY, Capt. Evelyn Charles, of Etting-
ton Park, Warwickshire ; and of Lough
Fea, aud Shirley House, co. Monaghan.
Only son of Sewallis Evelyn Shirley, Esq., M.P., .J.P.
and D.L., of Ettington Park, and of Lough Fea, and
Shirley House, who d. 1904, by Emily Jean, who
(1 1918, elder dau. of the late Col. William Macdonald
Colijuhoun-Farquharson-Macdonald, J.P.and D.L.,of
St. Martin's Abbey, Perthshire; b. 1889. Capt.
Shirley, who was educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch.,
Oxford (B.A. 1911), is a Magistrate for oo. Monaghan
( High Sheriff 1914), Capt. Warwickshire Yeo., Lord of
the Manor of Ettington, and Patron of 2 livings. —
h'.ttington Park, Straiford-on-Avon ; Lough Fea,
Cai-rickmacross, co. Monaglian.

SHIRLEY. See Ferrers, Earl.

SHIRRA-GIBB, Robert, Esq., of Cults, Dee-
side, Aherdeenshire.
Only son of the late George Gibb Shirra-Gibb, Esq.,
of Cults ; b. 1847 ; m. 1874 Christian, dau. of the late
Andrew Lockie, Esq., of Kelso, and has, with other
issue, * George Gibb, b. 1876. Mr. Shirra-Gibb was
formerly County Medical Officer of Health and is
a J.P. for Berwickshire. — Eesidence : Boon, Lauder,

SHONE, Lieut.-Gen. Sir William Terence,
K.C.B., D.S.O.^Cr. 1906.

Younger son of John Allen Shone, Esq., Barrister-at-
Law, of Galway, who d. 1894, by Eleanor, who d. 1899,
younger dau. of the late Terence FitzGerald, Esq. ; 6.
1850 ; m. 1893 Janet, eldest dau. of the late Right Hon.
Gerald FitzGibbon, a Lord Justice of Appeal in Ireland.
Sir William Shone, who was educated at the R. Mil.
Academy, Woolwich, is a Lieut.-Gen. ret., late R.E.,
and a Col. Commandant R.E., and was Director-Gen.
of Mil. Works in India 1901-3 and Inspector-Gen. of
Fortifications at Headquarters I'-jOZ-i.—Eidgemount,
Bassett, Soutliampton; R. Automobile Club, s.w. [

SHOOLBRED, Rupert, Esq., C.M.G., of!

Wyvis, Ross-shire.

Eldest son of John Frederic Wilkin, Esq., of Rose

Ash, Devonshire, by Jane Loud, dau. of the late !

James Shoolbred, Esq., of The Elms, Acton, Middle- '

sex ; b. 1869. Mr. Shoolbred, who was educated at
Haileybury, and s. his maternal uncle, Walter Shool-
bred, Esq., 1904, and under his will assumed, by royal
license, 1905, the surname of Shoolbred in lieu of
Wilkin, is a J.P. and D.L. for cos. Ross and Cromarty,
and Lieut.-Col. Territorial Force Reserve, late Comm.
16th Batt. (Co. of London) Loudon Regt. (Queen's
Westminster Rifles), T.D. — Wyvis, Evanlon, Ross-
shire ; 3, Down Street, Piccadilly, w.

Esq., of Whatley


House, Somerset.

Only son of John Henry Shore, Esq., of Whatley
House, who d. 1878, by Elizabeth, youngest dau. of
the late Richard Pack, Esq., of Flore House, North-
amptonshire ; b. 1851 ; m. 1st 1876 Charlotte Saun-
ders, who d. 1900, youngest dau. of John Hill, Esq.,
of Paulton House, Somerset ; 2ndly 1902 Sophia Ann,
who d. 1906, eldest dau. of the late Thomas Shackle,
Esq., of Park House, Hayes, Middlesex, and widow
of the Rev. William Green, Vicar of Chantry, Somerset,
and also of Owen Wallis, Esq., of Bradley Hall, Ryton-
on-Tyne ; 3rdly 1908 Amy Emma Fergusson, who d.
1910, only dau. of the late Samuel Walter Brown,
Esq. ; 4thly 1912 Harriet Althea, eldest dau. of the late
William Bates Salt, Esq., and has, with other issue,
a son, * John Lintorn, Major Cheshire Regt. and a
Chevalier of the Legion of Honour ; b. 1880 ; m.
1908 Dorothy Clara, 5th dau. of Sir Richard Dansey
Green-Price, 2nd Bart., and has, with other issue, a
son, * John Richard Rodly, b. 1912. Mr. Shore, who
was educated at Rugby and at Exeter Coll., Oxford
(B.A. 1874), is a J.P. and a Land and Income Tax
Commissioner for Somerset. — Residence : Wliatley
Combe Hoiise, near Fromc.


Teignmouth, Lord.

-I-SHORROCK, Eccles, Esq., of Low Hill
House, Lancashire.

Son of the late E. Ashton, Esq., by , dau. of

Shorrock, Esq. ; b. 1856 ; educated at Harrow and at
Trinity Coll., Cambridge ; is a J.P. for Lancashire ;
assumed the name of Shorrock on s. his maternal
uncle, Eccles Shorrock, 'Esq.— Low Sill House,
Bolton Road, Over Dartven.

SHORT, Sir Frank, Knt., R.Ac— Cr. 1911.

Only son of Job Till Short, Esq., of Wollaston,
Worcestershire, by Emma, 2nd dau. of the late
WUHam Millward, Esq., of Wollaston; b. 1857;
m. 1889 Esther Rosamond, eldest dau. of the late
Benjamin Barker, Esq. Sir Frank Short, who was
educated at S. Kensington and at Westminster, and
elected an Associate of the R. Academy 1906 and
R.Ac. 1911, is Director of Etching and Engraving
at the R. Coll. of Art and has been President of
the R. Society of Painter Etchers since 1910. — 56,
Brook Green, Hammersmith, w.

SHORT, of Bickham House, Devonshire. See


-fSHORTALL, Sir P.^tbick, Knt.— Cr. 1916.

Son of the late James Shortall, of Kilkenny ; 6.
1872 ; m. 18— Mary, dau. of the late P. Doyle, of
Dublin. Sir Patrick Shortall is a Building Con-
tractor, Plumber, and Sanitary Engineer, and a
Member of the Dublin Municipal Corporation
(High Sheriff 1915).— ITiJ/ori, St. Laurence Road,
Clontarf. Dublin; 42, York Street, Dublin; 18a,
Temple Street North, Dublin.

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SHORTT, the Right Hon. Edwaud, K.C.

Second son of the Eev. Edward Shortt, Rector of
Woodhorn, Northumberland, who d. 1893, by
.Josepha, dau. of the late Joseph Rushton, Esq., of,
Alderley Edge ; b. 1862 ; m. 1890 Isabella Stewart, [
dau. of the late A. G. Scott, Esq., of Valparaiso, Chile.
Mr. Shortt, who was educated at Durham School and
at Durham Univ. (B.A. 1884), called to the Bar at the
Middle Temple 1890, appointed a K.C. 1910, and
elected a Bencher 1919, was Recorder of Sunderland
1907-18, and Chief Secretary for and Keeper of the ;
Privy Seal in Ireland 1918-19 ; appointed Secretary [
of State for the Home Department 1919 ; sat as M.P.
for Newcastle-upon-Tyne Jan. 1910-1918, and has sat .
for the W.Div. thereof since 1918.— iJc/or»iCZ7(fe, s.w. ;
Northern Counties' Club, Nemastle-upon-Tync ; I
County Club, Durham ; 70, Onslow Gardenr,, s.w.

(Chaeles HENEr John Chetwynd- i
Talbot, K.C.V.O.).-Cr. 1442 and 1784. !
Only son of Charles John Chetwynd, 19th Earl of
Shrewsbury and 4th Earl Talbot, by Anna Theresa,
who d. 1912, eldest dau. of the late Comm. Richard
Howe Cockerell, R.N. ; b. 18C0 ; s. 1877 ; m. 1882
Ellen Mary, youngest dau. of the late Charles Rowland
Palmer-Morewood, Esq., of Alfreton Park, Derbyshire.
The Earl of Shrewsbury and Talbot, who was educated
at Eton, is Earl of Waterford and Wexford in Ireland
(cr. 1446), Hereditary Lord High Steward of Ireland,
High Steward of the Borough of Stafford, an Hon.
Major in the Army, and Patron of 12 livings ; was
formerly Lieut. Staffordshire Yeo., Superintendent of a
Remount Depot, with the temp, rank of Major, 1914-
15, on the Staff of the Gen. Officer Comm. Mersey
Defence 191.5-16, and temp. Major 5th Garrison Batt.
R. Welsh Fusiliers 1916-11.— Ingestre, Stafford;
Alton Towers, Stoke-on-Trent ; niiite's, and Carlton
Clubs, s.w.

Heir, his grandsou John George Oharles Henry Alton Alex-
ander Chetwynd, Viscount Ingestre, to whom T.M. King
George V. and Qaeen Mary stood sponsors, only son ot
Oharles John Alton Ohetwynd, Viscount Ingestre, M.V.O.,
Lieut. Reserve of OflBcers, and tt-mp. Oapt. (previously
Lieut.) R. Horse Guards, who d. 1916. hy Lady Winifred
Constance Hester (who m. 2ndly 1917 Richard Edmands
Penuoyer, Esq , 3nd Secretary of the American Embassy
in London), elder dau. of the late Lord Alexander Victor
Paget; b. 19U.

SHRUBB, Capt. Charles Peyto, formerly of
Merrist Wood, Surrey.

Eldest son of Charles Peyto Shrubb, Esq., of Merrist
Wood, who d. 1899, by his 2nd wife Charlotte Emily
(who m. 2ndly 1906 the Rev. Albert Hunns, D.C.L.,
M.A.), dau. of the late Charles Gordon Adams, Esq. ;
b. 1878 ; m. 1905 Cicely Isabel, younger dau. of the
Rev. Frederic Walker Joy, D.D., formerly Vicar of
Andover, Hampshire, and has 2 daus. Capt. Shrubb
is Capt., late 6th Batt. Devonshire Regt.— Withy-
combe House, Withycombe Baleigli, Devonshire.

SHRUBB, Mrs., of Boldre Grange, Hampshire.

Alice Maude, 4th dau. of the Rev. Francis William
Peel, M.A., Rector of Burghwallis, Yorkshire, who d.
1895, by his 1st wife Anne Maria, who d. 1869, 2nd
dau. of the late Owen Wethered, Esq., of Remnautz,
Bucks ; m. 1886 John Peyto Charles Shrubb, Esq.,
of Boldre Grange, a J.P. and C.C. for Hampshire, an
Aid. of Lymington (Mayor 1903-5 and 1912-17 and
Mayor of Torquay 1893-4), and Lieut, ret., late Army
Motor Reserve, who d. 1918, leaving a dau., Sibylla
Aubrey Maude, m. 1918 Lieut. (Acting Capt.) Sidney
Wilfred Slatter, 8th Batt. Middlesex Ilegt., and has a
dan., Juliet Mary Lane. Mrs. Shrubb is Patron of
■the living of St. John's, Boldre. — Boldre Grange,
Lymington, Hampshire.

SHUCKBURGH, Sir Gerald Francis Stewk-
LEY, Bart., of Shuckburgh, Warwickshire.
— Cr. 1660.

Younger son of Sir George Thomas Francis Shuck-
burgh, 9th Bart., who d. 1884, by Ida Florence
Geraldine (who d. 1906, having m. 2ndly 1886 Major
Henry James Shuckburgh, who d. 189-5), only dau. of
the late Rev. Frederick William Robertson ; b. 1882 ;
s. his brother Sir Stewkley Frederick Draycott Shuck-
burgh, 10th Bart., 1917 ; m. 1909 Honor Zoe, only
dau. of Neville Thursby, Esq., of Harlestone, North-
amptonshire. Sir Gerald Shuckburgh is a Magistrate
for Warwickshire (was on the roll for High Sheriff
for 1919), temp. Capt. 2nd V.B. R. Warwickshire Regt.
and Patron of Lower Shuckburgh.— S/mcfcfcMrgrft,

I Daventry ; Boodle's Club, s.w.; Bath Club, w.

i Heir, his son Charles Gerald Stewkley, b. 1911.

SHULDHAM, Feank Naunton Quantock,

j Esq., of Norton Manor, Somerset.

' Only son of the Rev. Naunton Lemuel Shuldham,

' M.A., who d. 1874, by Sophia Frances, who d. 1874,

only dau. of the late John Mathew Quantock, Esq.,

formerly 4th Dragoon Guards, of Norton Manor ; b.

\ 1868 ; m. 1890 Emily, elder dau. of the late William

Macalpine-Leny, Esq., of Dalswinton, Dumfriesshire,

and has a son, * Walter Frank Quantock, Lieut, and

Acting Capt. 104th (Wellesley's) Rifles, Indian

Army ; late Capt. W. Somerset Yeo. ; educated at

Marlborough ; b. 1892. Mr. Shuldham, who was

educated at Eton, and was formerly Capt. Reserve of

Officers and Lieut. 1 3th Hussars, is a J.P. and D.L.

for Somerset, Lieut.-Col. W. Somerset Yeo., Lord

of the Manor of Norton-sub-Hamdon, and Patron

of 1 \ivmg.— Norton Manor, Norton-sub-Hamdo7i,

Somerset ; Naval and Military Club, w.

SHUTE, Lord. See Barrington, Viscount.

SHUTE, Major-Gen. Sir Cameron Deane,
K.C.B., K.C.M.G. — Cr. K.C.B. 1919,
K.C.M.G. 1919.
Younger son of Col. Deane Christian Shute, Indian
Army, who d. 1884, by Elizabeth Isabella, who d.
1908, 2nd dau. of the late Rev. John Bligh Brownlow,
Incumbent of Sandgate, Kent ; b. 1866 ; m. 1892 Anna
Helena Kathleen Elizabeth, elder dau. of the late
Major Thomas Douglass Forde, formerly 46th Regt.
Sir Cameron Shute, who was educated at Marlborough
and abroad, is a Major-Gen., late Rifle Brigade, and
a Comm. of the Legion of Honour and of the Belgian
Order of the Crown, and has the Belgian Croix de
Guerre ; was D.A.A.G. Malta 1899-1904 ; a Gen. Staff
Officer (2nd grade) in Scotland 1906-14, and since
1914 has been Brigadier-Gen. Gen. Staff, Brigade
Commander, Divisional Commander and Corps Com-
mander.— ^rm?/ and Navy Club, s.w. ; 107, Shane
Street, s.w.

SHUTTLEWORTH, Lord (Ughtred James,
Kay- Shuttle WORTH, P.C.).— Cr. 1902.

Eldest son of Sir James Phillips Kay-Shuttleworth,
1st Bart., D.C.L., of Gawthorpe Hall, by Janet, who d.
1872, only dau. and heiress of the late Robert Shuttle-
worth, Esq., of Gawthorpe Hall, whose surnamehe as-
sumed by royal license ; b. 1844 ; s. as 2nd Bart. 1877 ;
TO. 1871 Blanche Marion, youngest dau. of the late Sir
Woodbine Parish, K.C.H. Lord Shuttleworth, who
was educated at Harrow and at London Univ. (Hon.
LL.D. Manchester 1912), is H.M.'s Lieut., Gustos
Rotulorum and a J.P. for Lancashire, a J.P. for West-
morland, and Hon. Col. 1st E. Lancashire Brigade
R.F.A., Territorial Force ; was formerly a D.L. for
Westmorland ; M.P. for Hastings 1869-80, and for




N.E. Lancashire (Clitberoe Div.) 1885 1902 ; Under-
Secretary for India Feb.-April 1886 ; Chancellor of
theDuchy of Lancaster April-Aug. 1886 ; Parliament-
ary Secretary to the Admiralty 1892-5, and Chairman
of the B. Commission on Canals 1906-11. — Gawthorpe
Hall, Burnley ; Barbon Manor, Kirkby Lonsdale ;
AthentBum, and Reform Clubs, s.w. ; 28, Princess
Gardens, s.w.

JMr, bis grandsou Richard URhtred Paul, elder son of Capt.
the Hod. Lawrence UgUtred Kay-Shuttleworth, J. P., a
Barrister-at-Law and temp. Lieut, and Acting Uapt.R.F.A.,
who rf. (killed in action) 1917, bySelina Adiuc.only dau. of
the late Col. (temp. Brigadier-Gen.) the Hon. Francis
Charles Bridgeman, formerly Scots Guards : 6. 1913.

of Old Warden Park, and Goldington
Bury, Bedfordshire.
Only son of Col. Frank Shuttleworth, J. P. and D.L.,
Hon. Col. Bedfordshire Yeo., and formerly Major 7th
Hussars, of Old Warden Park, and Goldington Bury, i
who d. 1913, by Dorothy Clotilda^who ni.2ndlyl914 , SIDGREAVES, Lady.

Barbara Catharine, dau. of the late George

who d. 1894, by Sarah, dau. of the late Samuel Lees,
Esq.; m. 1886 Tom Harrop Sidebottom, Esq., of
EtheiowHouse,a J.P.and D.L. for Derbyshire, and a
J. P. for Cheshire, who was M.P. for Staleybridge
1874-80 and 1885-1900, and who d.s.p. 1908. Mrs.
Harrop Sidebottom is Joint Patron of 1 living.

SIDEBOTTOM, William, Esq., of Harewood
Lodge, Cheshire.
Third son of William Sidebottom, Esq., J.P., of
Etherow House, Cheshire, v/hod. 1870, by Agnes, who
d. 1879, dau. of the late Jonah Harrop, Esq., of
Bardsley House, Lancashire; b. 1841. Is a J.P. for
Cheshire, for Derbyshire, and for the Borough of
Glossop (Mayor 1873-4), and Lieut-Col. and Hon.
Col. late 4th Cheshire R.V. ; was M.P. for Derbyshire
(High Peak Div.) lS85-1900.—Sarewood Lodge,
Mottram-in-Longdendale ; Carlton, and Junior
Carlton Clubs, s.w.

Col. and temp. Brigadier-Gen. William MaoLaren
Campbell, C.B.E., M.V.O., late The Black Watch, E.
Highlanders, formerly Comm. a 2nd Reserve Batt.
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders and 41st Batt.
Training Reserve), younger dau. of the late Rev.
Robert Lang, M.A., Vicar of Old Warden ; b. 1909 ;
is Lord of the Manor and Patron of Old Warden. —
Old Warden Park, Biggleswade; 41, Upper Gros-
venor Street



See Huddleston, of Sawston


Sarah Jane, dau. of Bernard Paul Phelan, Esq., J.P.,
of Clonmel ; m. 1864 Sir John Sibbald, M.D., F.R.S.E.,
who was a Magistrate tor Argyllshire, a Commissioner
in Lunacy for Scotland 1878-99, and who was cr. Knt,
1899 and d. 1905. — 107, Iverna Court, Kensington, w.

SIBTHORP, CoNiNGSBY Charles, Esq., of
Canwick Hall, and Sudbrooke Holme,
Eldest son of Major Gervaise Tottenham Waldo-
Sibthorp, M.P., of Canwick Hall, J.P. and D.L., who
d. 1861, by Louisa, who d. 1911, 3rd dau. of the
late Robert Cracroft (subsequently Amootts), Esq.,
of Hackthorn, Lincolnshire ; 6. 1846 ; m. 1876 Mary
Georgiana, who d. 1902, eldest dau. of the late Rev.
Robert Sutton, of Scawby Hall, Lincolnshire. Edu-
cated at Eton and at Magdalen Coll., Oxford (B.A.
1868, M..A. 1871) ; is a J.P. and D.L. for Lincolnshire
(High Sheriff 1877), and Patron of 2 livings.—
Sudbrooke Holme, near Lincoln ; Canioick Hall,
Lincoln ; Oriental Club, w.

Heir I'res., his brother Moiita-u Richard Waldo, a J.P. and
D.L. for Lincolnshire; cvlucatedat Harrow, and at Mag-
dalen Coll., Cxtord (B.A. 1873, M.A. 1876): b. 1848; m.
" : Rev. Robert Sutton,

SIDDON, Miss, of Honley House, Yorkshire.

Emily Frances, youngest dau. of Samuel Siddon, Esq.,
of Pleasley, Nottinghamshire, by Sarah, dau. of the
late John Jessop, Esq. Miss Siddon s. her cousin
Capt. Thomas Jessop, J.P., lateR. Scots Greys, 1913.
— Honley House, Honley, near Huddersfield; 28,
Warwick Sguare, s.w.

SIDEBOTTOM, Mrs. Habrop, of Etherow
House, Cheshire.
Edith EUza, eldest dau. of James Murgatroyd, Esq.,
F.R.I.B.A,, of Warley, Didsbury, near Manchester,

Esq., of Saverley House, Staffordshire ; m. 1st 1871
Sir Thomas Sidgreaves, who was Chief Justice of the
Straits Settlements 1871-86, and who was cr. Knt.
1874 and d. 1889; 2ndly 1904 Thomas FitzRoy
Phillipps Fenwick, Esq., of Thirlestaine House,
Gloucestershire {wlwm see).— Thirlestaine Hoitse,
Cheltenham ; 3, Sumner Terrace, s.w.

SIDMOUTH, Viscount (Gerald William
Addington).^ — Cr. 1805.
Elder son of Gerald Anthony Pellew Bagaall, 4th
Viscount, by Ethel Mary, only dau. of the late Capt.
Louis Charles Henry Tonge, K.N., of Highway,
Calne, Wiltshire ; b. 1882 ; s. 1915 ; m. 1915 Mary
Murdoch, only dau. of Sir Donald Campbell John-
stone. Viscount Sidmouth, who was educated at
Eton, is Capt. 6th Batt. Devonshire Eegt. and an
A.D.C. — Up-Ottery Manor, Honiton, Devonshire;
Early Court, Beading, Berkshire: Constittttiotial

Heir Pres., his brother Raymond Anthony, Capt. 26th King
George's Own Light Oav., Indian Army ; educated at
Cheltenham Coll. and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandlmrst ; b.
1887 ; m. 1913 Gladys Mary DeTer, eldest dau. of the late
Thomas Francis Hughes, Esq., Commissioner of Imperial
Chinese Customs, and has, with other issue, a son, •John
Tonge Anthony Pellew, b. 1914.

SIDNEY, Major Henry, D.S.O., of Cowpen
Hall, Northumberland.

Elder son of Henry Sidney, Esq., J.P., of Cowpen
Hall, who d. 1891, by his 2nd wife Frances Elizabeth,
who d. 1909, 2nd dau. of WilUam Hamilton Hobkirk,
Esq., M.D., of Charlotte Town, Prince Edward Island,
Canada ; b. 1879 ; m. 1899 Augusta Adele, eldest
dau. of the late John McCulloch, Esq., of Yoagala, S.
Australia. Major Sidney is Major and temp. Lieut.-
Col. Northumberland Hussars Yco., and was pre-
viously Lieut. 5th Batt. E. Fusiliers. -Cow/)^')! Hall,
Northtimberland ; Cavalry Club, w. ; R. Automobile
Club, s.w.

SIDNEY. See Dc L'lslc and Dudley, Lord.

SIFTON, the Hou. Sir Clifford, K.C.M.G.,
K.C., P.C— Cr. 1915.

Second son of John Wright Sif ton, Esq., formerly
Speaker of the Manitoba Assembly, who d. 1911, by
Kate Watkins, who li 1908 ; 6.1861; m. 1884 Eliza-
beth .\rma, dau. of the late Henry T. Burrows, Esq.,
of Ontario. Sir Clifford Sifton, who was educated
at the High School, London, Ontario, at Boys' Coll.,
Dim 1 ts aad al Victoria Univ., Cobourg (B.A. 1880),



called to the Bar at Manitoba 1882 and appointed a
Q.C. 1895, was a Member of the Manitoba Legislature
1888-96 and Attorney-Gen. and Minister of Edu-
cation 1891-6; has been a Member of the Canadian
Parliament since 1896 ; was Minister of the Interior
and Superintendent-Gen. of Indian affairs 1896-1905,
and Agent of the British Government before the
Alaska Boundary Tribunal 1903. — Assiniboine Lodge,
Mallorytown, Ontario ; 12, Range Road, Ottawa _:
Rideau Club, Ottawa ; York Club, Toronto.

SILCHESTER, Lord. See Longford.

town, CO. Clare.

Eldest son of Kichard Bolton Silles, Esq., J. P., of
Newtown, who d. 1898, by Anne, 3rd dau. of Francis
Cunningham, Esq., of Aylroe, eo. Clare ; b. 1S5R.
Is a Magistrate for co. Clare. — Newtown House, Kil-
rusli, CO. Clare ; 24, Woodville Road, Ealing, w.

SILLIFANT, Abthue Onslow, Esq., of
Coombe, Devon.
Elder son of John WooUcombe Sillif ant, Esq., J.P., of
Coombe, who d. 1869, by his 1st wife Charlotte
Catherine, who d. 1859, dau. of the late John Mackay,
Esq.; i. 1851; to. 1880 his cousin Gertrude Carohne
Emma, eldest dau. of the late Eev. Charles William
Sillifant, Bector of Wear Gifford, Devon. Mr. Silli-
fant, who was educated at Caius Coll., Cambridge, is
a J.P., D.L. and C. Aid. for Devon (High Sheriff
1894); late Capt. R. 1st Devon Yeo. Cav.— Coombe,
Coplestone, N. Devon. Residence : Culmleigh, Stoke
Canon, Exeter.

Heir Pres., hi8 cousin Johu, only sou of George WooUcombe
Sillifant, Esq., of Semaphore, S. Australia, who d. 1897. by
Harriett, dau. of the late Rev. Edward Bayfield, Rector '
St. Paul's, Port Adelaide ; b. 1872.

SILVERTOP, Chaeles Aethuk Joseph
Oswald, Esq., of Minster Acres, North-
Only child of Francis Somerled Joseph Silvertop,
Esq., Lieut. Oxfordshire Hussars Yeo., of Minster
Acres, and of Lartington Hall, Yorkshire, who d.
(killed in action) 1917, by Frances Nevill, younger
dau. of George Loyd Foster Barter, Esq., of Salperton
Park, Gloucestershire; 6. 1917.

SILVERTOP, Charles Randal, Esq., of
Seaview, co Antrim.
Youngest son of Henry Thomas Silvertop, Esq., of
Minster Acres, Northumberland, who d. 1893, by
Rachel Mary Josephine, who d. 1908, only dau. of the
late Alexander McDonnell, Esq., of Kilmore, and
Brackney, co. Antrim ; b. 1889. Mr. Silvertop, who
was educated at the Oratory School, Edgbaston, was
formerly Lieut. Northumberland Hussars Yeo. and
temp. Lieut. E.A.S.C. 1 915. — 45, Egerton Gardens, s.w.

SILVERTOP, Miss, of Kilmore, co. Antrim.
Elise Mary, younger dau. of Henry Thomas Silvertop,
Esq., of Minster Acres, Northumberland, who d. 1893,
by Rachel Mary Josephine, who d. 1909, only dau. of
the late Alexander McDonnell, Esq., of Kilmore, and
Brackney, co. Antrim. Miss Silvertop s. her brother
Capt. William Alexander Silvertop, M.C., 20th
Hussars, who was killed in .action, 1917. — 45, Eger-
ton Gardens, s.w.

SIMCOE, Mrs., of Wolford, Devon.

Mary, 2nd dau. of Lieut.-Col. Basil Jackson, late
Royal Staff Corps,of Glewstone Court, Herefordshire ,
who d. 1889, by Frances, dau. of the late Lieut.-Col.

Muttlebury, C.B., K.W. ; m. 1867 Capt. John Kenna-
way Simcoe, R.N., of Wolford, a J.P. for Devon, who
d. 1891. Mrs. Simcoe is Lady of the Manor of
Dunkeswell, and Patron of 2 livings.— Wolford, near
Eoniton ; Old Court, Hereford.

SIMCOE. See Vowler- Simcoe.

SIMEON, Sir John Waltee Barrington,
Bart., of Swainston, Isle of Wight. — Cr.

Only son of Sir Edmund Charles Simeon, 5th Bart.,
by Laura Jane, elder dau. of the late Capt. Walter
Montiford Leland Westropp-Dawson, of Charlesfort,
CO. Wexford ; b. 1886 ; s. 1915 ; m. 1909 Adelaide
Emily, elder dau. of Lieut.-Col. the Hon. Edward
Alexander Holmes-a'Court. Sir John Simeon, who
was educated at Eton and at Cb. Ch., Oxford, is
Capt. 8th Batt. Hampshire Regt. and E.A.F.—
Swainston, Newport, Isle of Wight.

Heir, his son John Edmund Barrington, b. 191 1.

SIMEON, Isabella Maey (Ell.\), Lady.

Only child of the Hon. Ralph Heneage Dutton, M.P.,
who d. 1892, by Isabella, who d. 1895, youngest dau.
of the late John Mansfield, Esq., of Diggeswell House,
Hertfordshire ; to. 1872 Sir John Stephen Barrington
Simeon, 4th-Bart., M.P., who d.s.p. 1909.— 19, Wiltmi
Crescent, s.w.

SIMON, Major the Right Hon. Sir John
Allsebeook, K.C.V.O., O.B.E., K.C.—
Cr. Knt. 1910, K.C.V.O. 1911.

Only son of the Rev. Edwin Simon, a Congregational
Minister, of Bath, by Fanny Allsebrook ; b. 1873 ; m.
1st 1899 Ethel Mary, who d. 1902, dau. of Gilbert
Venables, Esq. ; 2ndly 1917 Kathleen, Mrs. Manning,

dau. of . Sir John Simon, who was educated at

Fettes CoU. and at WadhamCoU., Oxford (B.A. 1896,
M.A. 1899, Hon. Fellow 1912, Fellow of All Souls' Coll.
1897, Hon. Fellow 1919), called to the Bar at the
Inner Temple 1899, appointed a K.C. 1908, and
elected a Bencher 1910, was President of the Oxford
Union 1896, one of the Counsel in the Alaska
Boundary Ai-bitration 1903, Solicitor-Gen. 1910-13,
Attorney-Gen. 1913-15, .and Secretary of State for
the Home Department 1915-16, and is a Magistrate
for Oxfordshire and for Pembrokeshire, Major ret.,
and Patron of 1 living ; was a Staff Capt. R. Flying
Corps, with the temp, rank of Major, 1917-18, and a
Staff Officer R.A.F. 1918; sat as M.P. for the
Walthamstow Div. of Essex 1906-18. — Fritwell
Manor, near Banbury : Reform, and National Liberal
Clubs, s.w. ; Garrick Club, w.c. ; 4, Brick Court,
Temple, e.g.

SIMON, Emily Maud, Lady.

Dau. of Wilham Henry Willans, Esq., J.P. and
D.L., of High Clyffe, Seaton, Devonshire, who
d. 1904, by Mary Ann Jane, 3rd dau. of the late
Richard Wright, Esq. ; m. 1887 Sir Robert Michael
Simon, M.D., F.R C.P., a J.P. for Warwickshire and
for Biiuningham, Professor of Therapeutics in Bi

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