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. K.C.M.G. 1892, and d. 1916.

SIVRIGHT. See Bedell- Sivright.

SKEET, Major Francis John Angus, formerly
of Hatfield Regis Grange, Essex.
Eldest son of Robert Skeet, of Wind Hill House,
Bishop's Stortford, who d. 1889, by Alison, who d. 1903,
dau. of the late Thomas Wilby, of Wind Hill House ;
b. 1869 ; m. 1902 Ada Beatrice Zolila, dau. of the late
Lieut.-Col. Edward Kent Strathearn Murray, a Knight
of the Spanish Orders of St. Fernando and Isabella la
Catolica. Major Skeet, who was educated at Felsted,
and was formerly Lieut. 6th Dragoon Guards, is Major
4th Batt. R. Dublin Fusiliers.— Windham Club, s.w. ;
8, Park Square West, Regent's Park, n.w.

SKEFFINGTON. See Masscreene and Ferrard,

SKELTON, Lady (pat. prec. 1898).

Anne Adair, dau. of the late James A. Lawrie, Esq.,
Professor of Surgery in Glasgow Univ.; m. 1867 Sir
John Skelton, formerly Vice-President of the Scottish
Local Government Board, who was designated K.C.B.
1897, and d. 1S9T.— The Hermitage of Braid, Edin-

SKENE, Mrs., of Lethenty, Aberdeenshire.
Frederica, youngest dau. of the Rev. Edward Bankes,
of Soughton Hall, Flintshire, who d. 1867, by his 2nd
wife the Hon. Maria, who d. 1886, 3rd dau. of the
late Hon. and Very Rev. Edward Rice, D.D., Dean of
Gloucester; to. 1873 Lieut.-Col. John George Skene,
late Major , 7th Regt., of Lethenty, a J.P. for Aberdeen-
shire, who rf. 1916, leaving 2 daus.— Residence : 10,
Knyveton Road, Bournemouth.

SKENE, Lieut.-Col. Philip George Mon-
crieff, O.B.E., of Hallyards, and Pitlour,


Only son of William Baillie Skene, Esq., J.P. and
D.L., of Hallyards, and Pitlour, who d. 191 1, by



Lorina Charlotte, eldest dau. of the late Very Kev.
Henry George Liddell, Dean of Ch. Ch., Oxford ;
b. 1S80 ; m. 1906 Dorothea Lucy, 2nd dau. of Charles
Maitland Pelhara Burn, Esq., Prestonfield, Midlothian,
and has, with other issue, a son, * Robert William
DuKald, h. 1 9 1 2. Lieut.-Col. Skene, who was educated
at Eton and at Ch. Ch., Oxford, is a Magistrate for
Fife, and Lieut.-Col. ret., late Major and temp. Lieut.-
Col. Tha Black Watch (B. Highlanders) ; has the
French Croix de Guerre. — Pitlour, Strathmiglo,
Fife ; Caledonian Club, s.w. ; New Club, Edinlmr'gh.

SKENE. See Gordon, of Pitlurg, ParkUll, and
Dyce, Aberdeenshire.

SKENE-TYTLER, Maurice William, Esq.,
of Keith JMarischal, Haddingtonshire.
Only surviving son of George Michael Fraser-Tytler,
Ksq, J.P. and D.L., of Keith Marischal, who d. 1905,
liy Jane Georgiana, who (i. 1 87 1 , dau. of the late George
Skene, Esq., of Eubislaw, Aberdeenshire; b. 1869;
m. 1902 Charlotte Caroline, dau. of the late Lieut.-
Col. Henry Lonsdale Hallewell, C.M.G. Mr. Skene-
Tytler, who assumed his present surname, by authority
of the Lyon King at Arms, 1902, is a Magistrate
for Haddingtonshire. — Keith Mariscluil, Humbie
Haddingtonshire ; New Club, Edinburgh.

Jessie, only dau. of the late Edmund Warne, Esq., of
London ; m. 1882 Sir Thomas Skewes-Cox, a Sohcitor,
a J.P. and Aid. of Richmond (Mayor 1892), a C. Aid
for Surrey, Chairman of the Isleworth Brewery, and
a Member of the Thames Conservancy Board, who
assumed the prefix surname of Skewes 1874, and was
M.P. for Surrey, Kingston Div., 1895-1906, and who
was cr. Knt. 1905 and d. 1912. — Petersham, Surrey.

SKINNER, Sir Thomas, Bart.— Or. 1912.

Son of the late James Skinner, Esq., of Bristol ; 6,
1840 ; m. 1st 1866 Sarah Margaret, who d. 1902, dau,
of the late Jona= Barnett Hewitt, Esq., of London ;
2ndly 1903 Martha Lauretta, dau. of Job Long
of New York, U.S.A., and widow of Charles James
Williamson, Esq., of London. Sir Thomas Skinner
who was educated in Bristol, is a Magistrate for
Middlesex ; a Director of the Canadian Pacific Ra
way, the Bank of Montreal, the Canada N.-W. Land
Co., the Commercial Cable Co., the Halifax and
Bermudas Cable Co. (Chairman), and the Direct W
India Cable Co. (Chairman), .and Founder and Editor
of the Stock Exchange Year Book, the Directory of
Directories, etc. — The Gables, Worthing, Sussex;
City of London Club, e.g. ; Junior Athenceum Club
w. ; 22, Pont Street, s.w.

Hfir, his son Thomas Hewitt, t. 1875 ; m. 1899 Nellie Con

stance, eldest dau. of James Hay Hall, Esq., of Higbgate,

and has, with otfc


' Thomas Gordon, h.

SKINNER, Sir Haery Ross, Knt., M.Inst.C.E.
— Cr. 1917.

Younger son of the Rev. William Skinner, of Tarland,
and Migvie, Aberdeenshire, who d. 1912, by Jane, who
d. 1875, eldest dau. of the late Harry Ross, Esq., of
WestercouU, Cromar, Aberdeenshire; b. 1867; to.
1893 Annie Janet, dau. of the late John Milne, Esq., of
Aberdeen. Sir Harry Ross Skinner, who was educated
privately and at Old Aberdeen, was formerly Director
of Explosives Supply, Ministry of Munitions, and
Deputy Director-Gen. Inspection Department, and is
Director of the Central Mining and Investment
Corporation, 1, London Wall Buildings. — Caledonian
Club,s.yi.; Rand Club, Johannesburg, Transvaal;
1 , London Wall Buildings, e.g.

SKINNER, Mrs. See Warren, the Misses.

SKIPWITH, Sir Grey Humbekston
d'Estoteville, Bart., of Honington Hall,
Warwickshire.— Cr. 1622.

Only son of Sir Peyton d'Estoteville Skipwith, 10th
Bart., J.P. and D.L., by Alice Mary (whom. 2ndly 1892
John Hugh Ward Boughton-Leigh, Esq. ), only dau. of
the late Major- Gen. Benjamin Bousfleld Herrick ; b.
1884 ; s. 1891 ; m. 1910 Elsie Maude, younger dau. of
Major Robert AlUson Brown, of Hove. Sir Grey
Shipw ith, who was educated at Harrow and at Trinity
Coll, Cambridge, and was formerly Lieut. Warwick-
shire Y'eo., and temp. Capt. 23rd (Co. of London) Batt.
London Regt., is a Magistrate for Warwickshire and
for Worcestershire, and an Hon. Capt., late Territorial
Force Reserve. — Residence : Honington Lodge,
Shipston-o^i-Stour, Warwickshire; B. Autoitwbile
Club, s.w.

//fir, his son Grey d'Estoteville Townsend, h. 1912.

+ SKRINE, Mrs., of Warleigh Manor, and
Claverton Manor, Somerset.

Ferdinande, only child of the late Baron Georges
d'Orgeval, of Nice ; m. 1914 Capt. Henry Langton
Skrine, of Warleigh Manor, and Claverton Manor,
Lieut, ret., late Somerset L.I., Lieut. Reserve of
OBicers and temp. Capt. 6th (Service) Batt. Somerset
L.I., who d. (killed in action) 1915. Mrs. Skrine is
Lady of the Manors of Cookham, Berkshire, and of
Bathtoi'd and Claverton, Somerset, and Patron of
1 living. — Warleigh Manor, near Bath.

SLACK. See Bamford-Slack.


Fanny Rose, 3rd dau. of Peter Connellan, Esq., J.P.
and D.L., of Coolmore, co. Kilkenny, who d. 1885, by
Anne Maria, who d. 1899, 2nd dau. of the Rev. Sir
Hercules Richard Langrishe, 3rd Bart. ; m. 1875, as
his 2nd wife. Sir Owen Randal Slacke, C.B., a J.P.
for CO. Waterford, who was formerly Capt. 10th R.
Hussars, a Resident Magistrate in Ireland 1868-83,
and a Divisional Commissioner of Ireland 1 883-98, and
who was cr. Knt. 1897 and d. 1910.— 25, St. Leonard's
Terrace, Chelsea, s.w.

SLADE, Sir Alfred Fothringham, Bart., of
Maunsel House, Somerset. — Cr. 1831.

Elder son of Sir Cuthbert Slade, 4th Bart., by
Kathleen, dau. of the late Rowland Hill Scovell, Esq.,
of Fairbolme, CO. Dublin ; 6.1898; s. 1908 ; is Lieut.
Scots Guards, Special Reserve ; late Lieut. W. Somer-
set Yeo.— Residence : Duddle stone House, Taunton;
Guards' Club, s.w.

Heir Pres., his brother Michael Nial, educated at the R. Mil.
Coll., Sandhurst ; h. 1900.

SLADE, Janet Little, Lady.
youngest dau. of Gen. Robert Blucher Wood, C.B.,
who d. 1871, by Constautia, who rf. 1864, youngest
dau. of the late Hon. Henry Cecil Lowther, M.P. ;
m. 1882, as his 2nd wife, Sir John Ramsay Slade,
a Major-Gen. ret., late R.A., a Col. Commandant
R.A., a Commander of the Order of St. Maurice
and St. Lazarus of Italy, and a Grand Ofiicer of
the Order of the Crown of Italy, who was Deputy
"Adjutant-Gen. and Quartermaster-Gen. at Devon-
port 1882-7 ; Mil. Attache at Rome 1887-95; A.D.C.
to H.M. Queen Victoria 1890-9; attached to the
Staff of the Italian Army in Abyssinia 1896 ; in
command of R.A. in the North-Eastern District
1897-9; a Gentleman Usher to H.M. King Edward
VJI 1901-3, and 1905-10 ; in command of the British




troops in Egypt 1903-5, and a Gentleman Usher lo
H.M King George V. 1910-13, and who was or. K.C.B.
1907, and d. 1913.— 8, Lowndes Street, s.w. ■

SLADE, Aclm. Sir Edmond John Waeke,
K.C.I.E., K.C.V.O.— Cr. K.C.I.E. 1911,
K.C.V.O. 1911.

Eldest son of the Kev. George FitzClarence Slade,
Eector of Buckland, Surrey, who d. 1904, by Eleanor
Frances, who d. 1901, eldest dau. of the late Henry
Warre, Esq., of Bindon, Somerset ; b. 1859; m. 18b7
Florence Madelena, eldest dau. of James Carr
Saunders, Esq., of Milton Heath, Dorking. Sir
Edmond Slade, who was educated at Eton and at
Marlborough, is an Adm. ret. ; was Director of Naval
InteUigence 1907-8, Naval A.D.C. to H.M. King
Edward VII. 1908, and Commander-in-Chief on the
E. Indies Station 1909-12. — United Service, and R.
Atitomobile Cluhs, s.w. ; 128, Church Street, Camp-
den Hill, w.

BLADE, Wyndham Neave, Esq., of Montys
Court, Somerset.
Only son of Wyndham Slade, Esq., J. P. and D.L., of
Montys Court, formerly a Metropolitan Police Magis-
trate, who d. 1910, by Cicely, 4th dau. of SirBichard
Digby Neave, 3rd Bart. ; b. 1867 ; m. 1898 Evelyn
Mary, dau. of the late William Clarence Watson, Esq.,
J. P. and D.L., of Colworth House, Bedfordshire.
Mr. Slade, who was educated at Eton and at Balliol
Coll., O.'cford (B.A. 189U, M.A. 1893), and called to
the Bar at the Inner Temple 1891, is a Magistrate
for Somerset, and has been Kecorder of Bridgwater
since 1898.— Mmtys Court, Taimton; 88, Chester
Sqtiare, s.w. ; 4, Essex Court, Temple, e.c.


Katharine Jane, dau. of Robert Russell Carew, Esq.,
of Carpenders Park, Hertfordshire, who d. 1893, by
Jessie King, who d. 1909, 2nd dau. of tire late Daniel
Lade, Esq., of Dalblair, N.B. ; in. 1st 1880 as 2nd wife
Col. Sir Edward Bosc Sladen, who was cr. Knt. 1886,
and d. 1890 ; 2ndly 1904 Col. Walter Leslie Rooke,
temp. Lieut.-Col. Comm. 7th (Service) Batt. Wiltshire
Eegt., and Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. ret., late Comm.
3rd Batt. Leicestershire Regt., formerly Major Wilt-
shire Regt., son of the late Col. Richard Hill Rocke,
formerly 78th Highlanders and 2nd Queen's Royals,
of Whitton Court, Shropshire.— 32, Charles Street,
Berkeley SqJiare, w.

SLADEN, Lieut.-Col. Joseph, of Eipple Court,
Only son of Joseph St. Barbe Sladen, Esq., who d.
1847, by EUzabeth Sladen, who d. 1872, dau. of the
late Lawrence Banks, Esq., of Boys Hall, Kent ; b.
1840; s. his grandfather John Baker Sladen, Esq.,
J.P. and D.L., 1860 ; to. 1st 1864 Caroline Mary, who
d. 1873, dau. of the late Sampson Towgood Wynne
French, Esq., of Cuskinny, co. Cork ; 2ndly' 1875
Lady Sarah Sophia, who d. 1914, younger dau. of
Frederick John William, 8th Earl of Cavan, and has,
with other issue, a son, * Arthur French, C.M.G.,
C.V.O., served in the R.M.A. 1884-3; has been
Private Secretary to successive Governor-Gens, of
Canada since 1899; educated at Haileybury and at
the R. Naval Coll., Greenwich; b. 1866; m. 1891
Kathleen Hume, 2nd dau. of the late W. F. Powell,
Esq., of Edgwood, Ottawa, and has, with other issue,
a son, * Joseph Douglas, b. 1892. Lieut.-Col. Sladen
is Lieut.-Col. ret. R.A.

SLADEN, Mrs., of Ehydoldog, Radnorshire.

Anne, only surviving child of Thomas Oliver, Esq.,
who d. 1854 (by Alice, who J. 1858, eldest dau. of

the late Lawrence Banks, Esq., of Boys Hall, Kent),
and niece and heiress of the late David Oliver, Esq.,
of Bhydoldog; m. 1866, as his 3rd wife, Major-Gen.
John Ramsay Sladen, a J.P. and D.L. for Rad-
norshire (High Sheriff 1875) and a Major-Gen.
ret. late R. (Bengal) H.A., who d. 1907, and has,
with other issue, a son, * David Ramsay, CM. G.,
D.S.O., a Magistrate for Radnorshire, and Col.,
late K.O. Scottish Borderers ; commanded a Brigade,
with the temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen., 1917-18 ;
re-appointed 1918; b. 1869; vi. 1911 Isabel, 5th dau.
of John Blakiston-Houston, Esq., of Orangefield, and
Boddens, co. Down, and has, with other issue, a son,
* John Duncan Thomas Ramsay, 4. 1912. — Bhydol-
dog, Rhayader, Radnorshire.

SLANEY. See Kenym-Slaney.

SLATER. See Diirnford-Slater.


SLATOR. See Wilson-Slator.


Hester Mary, eldest dau. of the late William Duff
Bruce, Esq., M.I.C.E., Vice-Chairman of the Port of
Calcutta; to. 1899, as his 2nd wife, Sir William
Capel Slaughter, a Solicitor, a Member of the firm of
Slaughter & May and Chairman of the Midland
Railway Co. of W. Australia, who rendered valuable
assistance to the Government as a Member of the
R. Commission on Sugar Supplies, and in other
capacities to the Board of Trade, and who was cr.
Knt. 1915, and d. 1917.— Bnice Lodge, Kingsgate,

SLEIGHT, Sir Geoege Feedeeick, Knt

Cr. 1918.
Third son of the late Joseph and Anne Sleight, of

Cleethorpes ; b. 1853 ; m. 1872 , dau. of .

Sir George Sleight, who was educated at Clee-
thorpes, is a J.P. for Parts of Lindsey, Lincolnshire,
and a large Trawler Owner. — Weelsby Hall, iiear
Grimsby, Lincolnshire ; County Club, Grimsby.

SLIGO, Marquess of (Geoege Ulick Beowne,
F.S.A., F.Z.S.).— Cr. 1800.

Eldest son of Henry Ulick, 5th Marquess, by
Catherine Henrietta, who d. 1914, eldest dau. of the
late William Stephens Dicken, Esq., Deputy In-
spector-Gen. Indian Medical Service; b. 1856; s.
1913; TO. 1887 Agatha Stewart (k)/io«s see), dau. of
the late James Stewart Hodgson, Esq., of Lythe
Hill, Surrey, and of Gavelacre, Hampshire. The
Marquess of Sligo, who was educated at Harrow and
sits in the House of Lords as Lord Monteagle, U.K.,
cr. 1806, s. his cousin Hubert George (De Burgh-
Canning), 2nd and last Marquess of Clanricarde, .as
4th Earl of Clanricarde (cr. 1800), under a special
remainder, 1916, was formerly Capt. 12th Bengal
Cav., and is H.M.'s Lieut, and a J.P. for co. Mayo. —
Westport House, co. Mayo ; Whitwell Hatch, Hasle-
mere, Surrey ; Travellers' , and Carlton Clubs, s.w. ;
Kildare Street Club, Dublin ; 7, Upper Belgrave
Street, s.w.

/Mr, his son Ulick de Burgh, Karl of Altamout, M.C., Lieut.
2iid Dragoons (R. Scots Greys) ; educated at Eton and at
the K. Mil. Coll., Sandliurst ; b. ISSWi.

SLIGO, Isabelle Raymonde, Marchioness of.

Third dau. of the late Vicomte de Peyronnet; to.
1878 as 3rd wife George John, 3rd Marquess of Sligo,
who d. \Sd6.— Mount Brcywne, Guildford; H, Eaton
Square, s.w.




SLIGO, Agatha Stewaet, Marchioness of, of
The Manor House, Haslemere, Surrey.

Dau. of James Stewart Hodgson, Esq., J.P., of Lythe
Hill, Surrey, and of Gavelacre, Hampshire, who d.
1899, by Gertrude Agatha, eldest dau. of the late
William Forsyth, Esq., Q.C. ; to. 1887 George Ulick,
6th Marquess of Sligo (wlwm see). The Marchioness
of Sligo s. her mother 1907. — P^es^port House, co.
Mayo; Whitwell Hatch, Haslemere, Surrey; 7,
Upper Belgrave Street, s.w.

SLINGO, Sir William, Knt.— Cr. 1915.

Son of the late Henry Slingo ; b. 1 8.5-5 ; m. 1883
Clara Bishop Haynes. Sir William Slingo is a
Chevalier of the Belgian Order of Leopold, and was
Assistant Engineer-in-Chief to the Gen. Post Office
1911-12, and Engineer-in-Chief, 1912-19. — iJeifZ
House, Bampton Boad, Forest Hill, s.e.

SLINGSBY, Chaeles Heney Keynaed, Esq.,
of Scriven Park, Yorkshire.
Eldest son of the Eev. Charles Slingsby Slingsby,
M.A., J.P., of Scriven Park, formerly Rector of
Harswell, Yorkshire, and of Kirby Sigston, Yorkshire,
who d. 1912, by Susan Ann, youngest dau. of the late
Charles Keynard, Esq., of Beverley, Yorkshire ; b.
1874; m. 1900 Dorothy Morgan, dau. of the late
James Mann Warner, Esq., of Providence, Ehode
Island, and widow of Hugh Robert Warner, Esq., of
U.S.A. Mr. Slingsby, who was formerly Lieut. E.N.,
is Comm. Emergency List E.N. and Lord of the Manor
of Scotton. — United Service Club, s.w. ; Junior- Naval
and Military Club, w. ; Union, and R. Victoria Yacht
Clubs, Victoria, British Columbia.

SLINGSBY, Major Feedekick William, of
Thorpe Underwood Hall, Yorkshire.
Elder son of John Slingsby, Esq., J.P., of Eavenshaw,
Yorkshire, who d. 1901, by Helen, who d. 1893, dau.
of the late John Eobinson, Esq., of Eavenshaw
House ; b. 1852 ; m. 1st 1885 Laura Sophia, who d.
1887, elder dau. of the late Edward Brooksbank, Esq.,
of Healaugh Manor, Yorkshire; 2ndly 1S94 Helen
Telford Haldane, and has, with other issue, a son,
* Thomas, M.C., Capt. and temp. Lieut. -Col. Lanca-
shire Fusiliers ; educated at Eton and at the E. Mil.
Coll., Sandhurst ; b. 1886 ; m. 1918 Dorothy Everard,
younger dau. of Dr. Arthur Turle, of Shirley, South-
ampton. Major Slingsby, who was educated at
Eepton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1875),
and called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1875, is a
Magistrate for the W. Eiding of Yorkshire and Major
ret., late temp. Hon. Major Eemount Service. —
White's Club, s.w. ; Yorkshire Club, York.

SLINGSBY, John Akthue, Esq., of Eaven-
shaw, Yorkshire.
Younger son of John Slingsby, Esq., J.P., of Eaven-
shaw, who d. 1901, by Helen, who cL 1893, dau. of
the late John Eobinson, Esq., of Eavenshaw ; b.
1854; TO. 1882 Amelia Frederica, dau. of the late
Eev. Thomas Edward Morris, Vicar of Carleton
Skipton-in-Craven, Yorkshire, and has, with other
issue, a son, * John, b. 1884. Mr. Slingsby, who was
educated at Eepton and Giggleswick Schools, is a
Magistrate for the W. Eiding of Yorkshire. — Eesi-
dence : Carla Beck, Carleton, Skipton.

SLIPPER, Thomas, Esq., of Ludham, and
Braydeston, Norfolk.

Eldest son of John Armine Slipper, Esq., who d.
1866, by Elizabeth, dau. of the late Eobert Goulder,
Esq. ; 6. 1837 ; m 1862 Mary Gooch, dau. of William

Littlewood, Esq., of Hempstead, and has, with other
issue, * Thomas Goulder, 6. 1864. Mr. SHpper is a
J.P. for Norfolk.— iJj-nj/desioji Hall, Blofield, Norioich.

SLOANE-STANLEY, Rogee Cyeil Hans,
Esq., of Paultons, Hampshire.
Only surviving son of Hans Sloane-Stanley, Esq., J.P.,
of Paultons, who d. 1888, by Emilie Josephine (who
«j. 2ndly 1889 Major James Shelley Bontein, Kj/jom
see), dau. of Francis Edwards, Esq. ; b. 1875 ; m.
1899 Olivia Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Alexander Augustus
Berens, Esq., and widow of Arthur William, 2nd Earl
Cairns, and has 2 daus. Mr. Sloane-Stanley is a
Magistrate for Hampshire (High Sheriff 1913), and
Major 7th Batt. Hampshire Eegt., and was formerly
Capt. 4th Vol. Batt. Hampshire Eegt., and previously
Lieut. 1st Life Guards. — Paultons, Ramsey; Sloane
House, 149, Church Street, Chelsea, s.w.

SLOANE-STANLEY, Lieut.-Col. Ronald
Feancis Assheton, of Bay House,

Eldest son of Francis Sloane-Stanley, Esq., of Lees-
thorpe Hall, Leicestershire, who d. 1 904, by Charlotte
Amy, who d. 1917, younger dau. ol the Eight Hon.
Sir John Rose, 1st Bart.; b. 1867; m. 1898 Susan,
dau. of the late William Johnstone, Esq., J.P., of
Gladdens, Lanarkshire, and has a son, * John Eonald,
b. 1908. Lieut.-Col. Sloane-Stanley, who was edu-
cated at Eton and at the E. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, was
formerly Capt. 16th Lancers, and is a Magistrate for
Hampshire, and Lieut.-Col. ret., late Major Hamp-
shire (Carabiniers) Yeo. — Bay House, Alverstoke,
Hampshire ; Marlborough Club, s.w. ; Naval and
Military, and Cavalry Clubs, Vi.; B. Yacht Squad-
ron, Cowes.

SLOGGETT, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Aethur
Thomas, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., K.C.V.O.,
F.Z.S.— Or. Knt. 1914, K.C.B. 1915,
K.C.M.G. 1917, K.C.V.O. 1917.

Only surviving son of Inspector-Gen. William Henry
Sloggett, E.N., of Tremabyn, Devonshire, who d. 1902,
by Elizabeth, who d. 1892, eldest dau. of the late
Thomas Cornish-Crossing, Esq., J. P., of Stoke
Damarel, Devonshire ; b. 1857; »«. 1881 Helen Sophia,
a Lady of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem,
youngest dau. of the late John Eobert Boyson, Esq.,
formerly Solicitor-Gen., Madras. Sir Arthur Sloggett,
who was educated privately and at King's Coll.,
London, of which he is a Fellow (L.R.C.P. 1880,
M.E.C.S. 1880, F.E.C.S. 1917), is a Lieut.-Gen.
ret., late A.M.S., a Knight of Grace of the Order of
St. John of Jerusalem, ;i Grand Officer of the Legion
d'Honneur and a Comm. of the Order of Leopold
of Belgium, 1st Class; was Senior Medical Officer
with the Dongola Expedition 1896 and with the Nile
Expeditions 1897-8 ; Commandant and Principal
Medical Officer of Imp. Yeo. Hospitals and Com-
mandant and Dist. Commissioner, Deeltontein Dist.
in S. Africa, 1900-3 ; Principal Medical Officer Home
and London Dists. 1903-8 and Bombay Presidency
1908-11; Hon. Surgeon to the Viceroy of India
1910-12; Director of Medical Services in India
1911-14; Hon. Surgeon to H.M. King George V.
1912-18 and Director-Gen, British Armies in France
and Chief Commissioner of the Order of St. John of
Jerusalem and of the British Eed Cross Society
1914-18 ; has the Orders of the Medjidie, 3rd Class,
and the Osmanieh, 4th Class, and the Belgian Croix
de Guene.— Tremabyn, Paignton, Devonshire; Army
and Navy Club, s.w. ; 6, Bickenhall Mansions,
Gloucester Place, w.





SLOLEY, Sir Heebeet Cecil, K.C.M.G.
— Cr. 1911.

Third son o£ Kobert HurIi Sloley, Esq., of Fremington,
Devonsbiie, anrl Calcutta, who d. 1896, by Marian,
who d. 1S73, only dau. of the late Robert Farrell,
Esq., of Calcutta ; b. 1855; m. 1886 Charlotte, 3rd
dau. of the late John Dick, Esq., of Falkirk, StirHng-
shire, and of Cape Colony. Sir Herbert Sloley, who
was educated at Greenwich Proprietary School, was
formerly in the Cape Mounted Rifles, Sub-Inspector
in Cape Police 1883^, and in Basutoland Mounted
Police 1884-6, Inspector 1886-9, Assistant Com-
missioner Basutoland 1889-98, Government Secretary
1898-1900 and Resident Commissioner there 1900-15.

SLY, Sir Feank Geoege, K.C.S.I.— Cr. 1918.
Son of Thomas Sly, Esq., of Salisbury ; b. 1866. Sir
Frank Sly, who was educated at BalHol Coll., Oxford,
and entered the Indian Civil Service 1885, was Under
Secretary to the Government of India, Revenue and
Agricultural Department, 1895-8 ; Deputy Commis-
sioner 1898-9 ; Political Agent Chatisgarh Feudatories
1899 ; Commissioner of Settlements and Agriculture
1901 ; Officiating Inspector-Gen. of Agriculture
1904-8 ; Officiating Commissioner of Berar 1908 and
has been Commissioner, Central Provinces, since 1908.
— Bhagelpur, India ; East India United Service
Club, s.w. ; cjo H. S. King & Co., 9, Pall Mall, s.w.

SMALL, John Stewaet Menzibs PENDEE-,
Esq., of Dirnanean, and Chesthill House,
Perthshire ; and of Kirkhillocks, Forfar-
Eldest son of John Menzies Pender, Esq., of Auchin-
dall, Inverness-shire, and of Glenferness, Nairnshire,
who d. 1885 (by Amelia, who d. 1880, youngest dau.
of the late Patrick Small, Esq., of Dirnanean), and
nephew of the late James Small, Esq., J.P. and D.L.,
of Dirnanean, and of Kirkhillocks ; h. 1808 ; s. his
brother James Small Pender, Esq., at Dirnanean, and
at Kirkhillocks, and assumed the additional surname
of Small by deed poll 1914, and his aunt the Hon. Mrs.
Stewart-Menzies at Chesthill House 1917; m. 1888
Constance Mary Elizabeth, dau. of the late Capt.
William George Carr, formerly 9th Madras Native
Infantry (son of the late Rev. Canon Edward Carr,
M.A., LL.D.), and has a dau., Valentine Eveline Mary
Amelia, m. 1st 1909 Ernest Arthur Stiebel, Esq.
(younger son of B. F. Stiebel, Esq., of Nottingham),
who d. 1917; 2ndly 1918 Capt. C. H. Walter, M.C.,
temp. Capt. Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire L.I.,
and has a dau., Joan Valentine. Mr. Pender-Small
was formerly Lieut. British S. Africa Police, S.
Rhodesia. — Dirnanean, Blairgowrie, Perthshire.

SMALLEY, Sir Herbeet, Knt., M.D.— Cr.

Third sou of the Rev. Cornwall Smalley, M.A., Rector
of E. Thurrock, Grays, Essex, who d. 1887, by
Eleanor, who d. 1907, eldest dau. of the late Edward
Smalley, Esq., Indian Civil Service; b. 1851; m.
1885 Rose Christina, dau. of the late George
Frederick Grammann, Esq. Sir Herbert Smalley,
who was educated at St. Paul's School and at King's
Coll., London (M R.C.S. and L.R.C.P. 1875, M.D.
Durham 1891), was Medical Officer of H.M.'s Convict
Prison at Parkhurst 1890 7, Medical Inspector of
Local Prisons and Superintending Officer of Convict
Prisons 1897-1913, and one of H.M. Prison Com
missioners 1913-17; is a Member of the Medico
Psychological Society and of the Bi-itish Medical
Association. — Ravenscrofl, St. Botolph's Road
Worthing . - St. Steiilwn's Club, s.w.


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