LMAN, Sir (Heney) Geoege, Knt.—
Son of the late Henry Smallman, Esq. ; 6. 1854; m.
1880 Louisa, eldest dau. of Richard Strong, Esq., J.P.,
of Denmark Hill. Sir George Smallman, who was
educated at Thanet Coll., Margate, and admitted a
Solicitor 1879, was an Aid. of the City of London
1898-1909 (Sheriff 1905-6), and is a Past Master of
the Fan Makers' Co., a Governor of St. Bartholomew's
Hospital, a Knight of the Order of St. Olaf of Norway,
1st Class, and a Commander of the Order of the
Redeemer of Greece. — Eliot Lodge, Beckenham, Kent.
SMALLWOOD, Joseph Waeeen, Esq., of
Stechford Hall, Warwickshire.
Eldest son of Joseph Smallwood, Esq., J.P., of Stech-
ford Hall, who d. 1911, by Sarah Margaret, who fZ.
1869, youngest dau. of the late Joseph Weatherley
elseif (getClientWidth() > 430)
Phipson, Esq., of Selly Hall, Warwickshire ; b. lt-50 ;
7H. 1899 Kathleen Rashleigh, only dau. of the late
Lieut.-Col. Gershom Herrick, R. Lancashire Militia,
previously 5th Fusiliers, of Coolkirky, co. Cork, and
has 2 daus.— Residence : Windmill Hill Place, near
Hailsham, Stissex ; Union Club, Birmingham.
SMARTT, the Hon. Sir Thomas William,
K.C.M.G.— Cr. 1911.
B. 1857 ; m. 1891 Sybil Annie, O.B.E., dau. of E. L.
Swan, Esq., of Allworth, Abbeyleix, Queen's Co. Sir
Thomas Smartt is L.R.C.S.I. 1878, and was M.L.A.
Cape Colony 1894-1910; Colonial Secretary 1898;
Commissioner of Public Works 1900-2 and 1904-8 ;
Acting Prime Minister in 1904, 1905, and 19U6;
Colonial Secretary May-Oct. 1908, and a Member of
the S. African National Union Convention 1908-9;
has been a Member of the Parliament of the Union
of S. Africa since 1910. — Cape Tmvn, S. Africa.
SMILEY, Sir John, Bart.— Cr. 1903.
Eldest son of Sir Hugh Houston Smiley, 1st Bart., of
Drumalis, co. Antrim, by Elizabeth Anne, only child of
the late Peter Kerr, Esq., of Gallowhill, Renfrew-
shire ; A. 1876; s. 1909; ?«. 1903 Valerie, youngest
dau. of Sir Claude Champion de Crespigny, 4th Bart.
Sir John Smiley, who was educated at Eton, and was
formerly Capt. N. of Ireland Imp. Yeo., and previously
Capt. 6th Dragoon Guards, is Capt. 6th Dragoon
Guards, Special Reserve. — Oakley Hall, Basingstoke,
Hants ; Naval and Military Club, w. ; Ulster, and
Ulster Reform Clubs, Belfast; d4, Tlie Albany,
Heir, his sou Hugh Houston, 6. 190&.
SMILEY, Hdbeet Stewaet, Esq., formerly
of Woolton House, Berkshire.
Youngest son of Sir Hugh Houston Smiley,lstBart., of
Drumalis.co. Antrim, who d. 1909, by Ehzabeth Anne
only child of the late Peter Kerr, Esq., of Gallowhill,
Renfrewshire ; b. 1883 ; m. 1909 Elsie Hope, only dau.
of Charles Frederick Gill, Esq., K.C., of Tappington,
Birchington-on-Sea, and Turrets, Horsham, and has,
with other issue, a son, Charles Michael, b. 1910. Mr.
Smiley,who was educated at Harrow and at Trinity
Coll., Cambridge, is temp. Capt. R. Fusiliers.
— Zeidab, Birchingto^i-on-Sea ; Conservative, and
Orleans Clubs, s.w. ; Garrick Club, w.c. ; 50, South
Audley Street, w.
SMITH, the Right Hon. James Parkee.
Eldest son of Archibald Smith, Esq., F.R.S., of Jordan-
hill, Renfrewshire, who d. 1872, by Susan Emma, who
d. 1913, 2nd dau. of the late Vice-ChanceUor Sir
James Parker, of Rothley Temple, Leicestershire ; b.
1854 ; m. 1882 Mary Louisa, dau. of the late William
THE UNITED KINGDOM.
Hamilton, Esq., of Minard, Argyllshire, and has, with
other issue, a son, Archibald Colin Hamilton Parker,
Capt. 4th Batt. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders ;
educated at King's CoU., Cambridge (B.A. 1905);
6. 1 883. Mr. Smith, who was educated at Winchester
(Fellow 1896 ; elected Warden 1915) and at Trinity
Coll., Cambridge, of which he was formerly a Fellow
(B.A. 1877, M.A 1880), and was called to the Bar at
Lincoln's Inn 1881,is a J.P. and D.L. for Renfrewshire
and for the co. of the City of Glasgow, and a Magis-
trate for Lanarkshire, and was M.P. for Lanarkshire
(Partick Div.) 1890-1906,-41, Dnimsheugh Gardens,
Edinburgh : Brooks's Club, s.w. ; Netv Club, Edin-
burgh; Western Club, Cflasgoto.
SMITH, the Hon. Mrs. Reginald Abel, of
Goldins^s, Hertfordshire ; and of Pine-
Margaret Alice, younger dau. of Henry Thurstan, 1st
Viscount Knutsford, G.C.M.G., P.O., who d. 1914,
by his 2nd wife Margaret Jean, a Lady of Justice of
the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, who d. 1906,
elder dau. of Sir Charles Edward Trevelyan, 1st Bart.,
K.C.B., of Wallington, Northumberland; m, 1885,
Reginald Abel Smith, Esq., of Goldings, a J.P. for
Herts, and Capt. and Hon. Major Herts Yeo. Cav.,
and who d. 1902, leaving, with other issue, a son,
* Reginald Henry Macaulay Abel, M.C., Capt. Herts
Yeo. ; educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cam-
bridge ; />. 1890 ; m. 1913 Myrtle Vere, younger dau.
of Sir Robert John Abercromby, 7th Bart. Mrs.
Reginald Smith is Patron of 1 living. — Goldings,
Hertford ; Pinewood, Witley, Surrey ; 43, Cadogan
SMITH, the Hon. Mrs. Mueray, of Gumley
Ellen, youngest dau. of Edward, 1st Lord Belper,
P.C, who d. 1880, by Emily, who d. 1890, dau. of
the late Right Rev. William Otter, D.D., Bishop of
Chichester ; m. 1885 George Murray Smith, Esq.,
of Gumley Hall, a J.P. and D.L. for Leicestershire
(High Sheriff 1903), a J.P. for Notts and Chairman
of the Midland Railway, late Capt. S. Nottingham-
shire Y'eo. Cav., who d. 1919, having had, with other
issue, a son, Arthur George Murray, Lieut. 2nd Life
Guards ; 6. 1886 ; m. 1912 Margaret Louise,
youngest dau. of Sir John Stirling Ainsworth, 1st
Bart., of The Flosh, and Harecroft, Cumberland,
and of Ardanaiseig, Argyllshire, and d. of wounds
received in action 1914, leaving a son, "'George
Anthony, b. 1913.~Gumley Hall, Market Har-
SMITH, Sir (Thoji.vs) Berry CUSACK-,
Biirt., K.C.M.G.— Cr. 1799.
Eldest son of William Robei't Lucas Cusack-Smith,
Esq., Barrister-at-Law, who d. 18S7, by Mary Blanche,
who d. 1903, youngest dau. of the late John Chisen-
hale Chisenhale, Esq., of Arley Hall, Lancashire; b.
1 S59 ; s. his cousin Sir William Cusack-Smith, 4th
Bart., 1919; m. 1st 1886 Winifred, who d. 1894,
2nd dau. of the late Rev. John Whitaker Maitland,
of Loughton Hall, Essex; 2ndly 1905 Jane, only
child of the late Joshua Jones, Esq. Sir (Thomas)
Berry Cusack-Smith, who was educated at Eton, and
called to the Bar at the Middle Temple 1.S84, is a
Magistrate for Berkshire and for Brighton, Hon. Col.
R.H. and F.A., T.F., previously Lieut.-C'ol. T.F.
Reserve, late 220th (1st Home Counties) Brigade,
K.F.A., T.F., which he commanded in the Mesopo-
tamia Campaign, and temp. Capt. and Co. Adjutant
Sussex Vol. Regt. ; was H.M.'s Consul at Samoa
1890-7. and Consul-Gen. at Valparaiso 1897-1905.—
Bedlands, Maidenhead: Aylesbury, Furze Hill,
Brighton ; Oriental Club, w.
Heir, his son WiUiam Robert Dermot Joshua, b. 1007.
SMITH, Sir Drummond Cunliffe, Bart., of
Suttons, Essex.— Cr. 1804.
Elder son of Sir Charles Cunliffe Smith, 3rd Bart., by
Agnes Frederica, who d. 1913, younger dau. of the late
Capel Cure, Esq., of Blake Hall, Essex ; b. 1861 ; s.
1905. Educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cam-
bridge ; was formerly Lieut. W. Essex Militia, and
High Sheriff of Essex 1915.— Suttons, Romford,
Essex ; Wellington Club, s.w.
Heif Prei., his cousin Drummond Oospatric rSp^ncer-Smith ),
elder son of the Rev. Spencer Oompton Hamilton-Spencer-
Smith, M.A. (nephew of the 2nd Bart.), Vic ir of Kingston,
Dorsetshire, wiio d. 1911, by Mary, elder dau. of tiie late
Adm. Cospatrick Baillie-Hamiltou ; Major and Acting
Lieut.-Col. R.A. ; was Staff Officer to tl:e Commandant of
New Zeaalnd Forces 1910-13; h. 1876: m. 1915 Roma, who
i(. 1918, dau. of Arthur Hope, Esq., of Tumanako, Timaru,
New Zealand, and has a sou, ♦Thomas Cospatric, 6. 1917.
SMITH, Sir William Sydney Winwood, Bart.
— Cr. 1809.
Only son of Christopher Sydney Winwood Smith,
Esq., who d. 1886, by Caroline, dau. of William
Holland, Esq. ; b. 1879 ; s. his grandfather Sir William
Smith, 3rd Bart., 1893; to. 1905 Caroline, only dau.
of James Harris, Esq., of Queenstown, co. Cork. —
Welbeck Coicrt, Kensington, w.
Heir, his son Christopher Sydney Winwood, ii. 1906.
SMITH, Sir Thomas Eudolph Hampden,
Bart.— Or. 1897.
Eldest son of Sir Thomas Smith, 1st Bart.,K.C.V.O.,
F.R.C.S., Hon. Serjeant-Surgeon to H.M. King
Edward VII., by Ann Eliza, vthod. 1879, 2nd dau. of
the late Frederick Parbury, Esq. ; b. 1869 ; s. 1909 ;
m. 1897 Ann Ellen, dau. of Joseph WiUiam Sharp,
Esq. Sir Thomas Smith, who was educated at
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1889, M.B. and M.A.
1894, F.R.C.S. 1895), was formerly House Surgeon
St. Bartholomew's Hospital, and Hon. Surgeon
Stockton and Thornaby Hospital.
JJeir /'res., liis brother Gilbert, F.R.C.S. 1S99, M.D. Durham
Univ. 1900 : was formerly House Surgeon and Clinical
Assistant Tbroat Department, St. Bartholomew's Hospital,
and OJinical Assistant Children's Department, Middlesex
Hospital; 6. 1S74; m. 1900 Elizabeth Adeline, 3rd dau. of
I Oarson, Esq., of Bryn Eatyn, Chester,aDd has,with
i Turner, b. 1903.
SMITH, Sir Prince, Bart., of Southburn,
Yorkshire.— Cr. 1911.
Only son of Prince Smith, Esq., of Holly House,
Keighley, Yorkshire, who d. 1890, by Martha, who d.
1859, dau. of the late John Edmondson, Esq., of
Keighley; 6.1840; ?». 1864 Martha Ann, who (i.l913,
dau. of the late John Greenwood, Esq., of Skipton-in-
Craven, Yorkshire. Sir Prince Smith, who was edu-
cated at Wesley Coll., Sheffield, is a Magistrate for
the W. and E. Ridings of Yorkshire.— ffiZ/6rooA-,
Spring Gardens, Keighley; Southburn, Driffield,
.ffeir, his son Prince, a Worsted Machinery Maker ; educated
atLeys School, Cambridge; 6. 18ii9 ; m. 1S94 Maud Mary,
dau. of the late Henry Wright, Esq., of Ma> field, Keighley,
and has, with other issue, a son, *Princo, M.C., Lieut.
R.F.A., Special Reserve ; b. 1898.
SMITH, Sir Hubert Llewellyn, G.C.B.
— Cr. K.C.B. 1908, G.C.B. 1919.
Youngest son of Samuel Wyatt Smith, Esq. , of Bristol,
who d. 1875, by Louisa, dau. of the late James Schole-
field, Esq. ; b. 1864; to. 1901 Edith Maud Sophia
COUNTY FAMILIES OP
eldest dau. of George Mitchell Weekley, Esq., of
Thornbury, Highgate. Sir Hubert Smith, who was
educated at Bristol Grammar School and at C.C.C,
Oxford (B.A. 1887, M.A. 1890, B.Sc. London lS87),was
Comptroller-Gen. of the Commercial, Labour and
Statistical Department, Board of Trade, 1903-1), and
Gen. Secretary to the Ministry of Munitions 1915-10,
and has been Permanent Secretary to the Board of
Trade since 1907. — Oakfield Lodge, Ashtead, Surrey ;
New University Club, s.w.
SMITH, Sir Henry, K.C.B., formerly of
Muselee, Boxburghshire.— Cr. 1897.
Fifth son of the late Kev. George Smith, D.D., of Edin-
burgh, by Jane, dau. of the late David Hogarth, Esq.,
of Hilton, Berwickshire; b. 1835; m. 1909 Annie,
dau. of the late John Graham, Esq., of Darlington.
Sir Henry Smith, who was educated at Edinburgh
Academy and Univ., is a Lieut. -Col. ret., late Suffolk
Art. E. Div. K.A. ; was Chief Superintendent of the
City of London Police 1885-90, and Commissioner
1890-1901.— 33, Kingsburgh Road, Murrayfield,
Midlothian ; Junior Carlton Club, s.w. ; New Club,
SMITH, Sir Henry Babington, K.C.B., C.S.I.,
C.H.— Cr. 1908.
Sixth son of Archibald Smith, Esq., F.E.S., of Jordan-
hill, Renfrewshire, who d. 1872, by Susan Emma,
who d. 1913, 2nd dau. of the late Vice-Chancellor
Sir James Parker, of Rothley Temple, Leicestershire ;
6. 1863 ; m. 1898 Lady Elisabeth Mary Bruce, eldest
dau. of Victor Alexander, 9th Earl of Elgin and
Kincardine, K.G. Sir Henry Babington Smith, who
was educated at Eton, of which he is a Fellow, and
at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1886, M.A. and
Fellow 1889), was a Clerk in the Treasury 1892-4,
Private Secretary to the Earl of Elgin, Viceroy of
India, 1894-9, British Representative on the Council
of Administration of the Ottoman Public Debt
1900-3, Secretary to the Gen. Post Office 1903-9 ;
Chairman of the Board of Referees on Munitions
Profits 1915-18, and Assistant Commissioner on a
Special Mission to the United States of America,
with the rank of Minister Plenipotentiary, 11)18-19 ;
appointed President of the National Bank of Turkey
1909 and Chairman of the E. Commission on Civil
Service 1915. — Brooks's Club, s.w. ; 121, St. James's
Court, Buckingham Oate, s.w.
SMITH, Major-Gen. Sir Herbert Guthrie,
K.C.B.— Cr. 1917.
Eldest son of John Guthrie Smith, Esq., of Edin-
burgh, who d. 1895, by Janet Wingate, dau. of the
late Andrew Thomson, Esq., of Alloa, Clackmannan-
shire; b. 1864; m. 1888 Agnes Emily, dau. of the
late Surgeon-Major Cavendish Johnson, Madras Staiif
Corps. Sir Herbert Smith, who was educated privately,
is a Major-Gen. late R.A. and a Comm. of the Belgian
Order of Leopold ; was Instructor, School of Gunnery,
1901-4; Assistant Director at Headquarters and at
the War Office 1906 10 ; Assistant Adjutant-Gen. at
Headquarters in India 1911-13, and Director of Art
at the War Office 1913-17 ; appointed a Commander
R.A. 1917. — C/wtted Service Club, s.w. .
SMITH, Sir James (Edward) Masterton,
K.C.B.— Cr. 1919.
Only son of Edward Smith, Esq., a Member of the
Stock Exchange, who d. 1887; b. 1878; m. 1905
Barbara, dau. of the late WilHam Samuel James
Crosbie Hill, Esq., J,P., of The Red House, Sevenoaks.
Sir James Masterton Smith, who was educated at
Harrow and at Hertford Coll., Oxford (B.A. laOl),
and entered the Home C.S., Admiralty, 1901, is an
Officer of the Belgian Order of the Crown ; was
Private Secretary to the 2nd Sea Lord of the
Admiralty 1904-8, to the Permanent Secretary 1908-
10, and to successive 1st Lords of the Admiralty
1910-17 and Assistant Secretary Ministry ofMunitions
1917-19 ; appointed Assistant Secretary (Additional)
of the War Office and Air Ministry 191Q.— Union
Club, s.w. ; 21, Half Moon Street, w.
SMITH, Paymaster Capt. Sir Francis
HARRISON-, K.C.B.-Cr. 1919.
Eldest son of Horace Harrison-Smith, Esq., M.D.,
K.N., of Eamsgate, who d. 1 915, by Georgiana Amelia,
6th dau. of the late Rev. George Way, of Denham,
Bucks, and Painswick, Gloucestershire ; b. 1861; m.
1890 Eleanor Catherine, eldest dau. of Alexander Hel-
lard, Esq., of Portsmouth, Hants. Sir Francis Harri-
son-Smith, who was educated at the R. Naval School,
New Cross, is Paymaster Capt. R.N. ; has the Order of
the Medjidie, 5th Class ; accompanied the Mission to
Abyssinia 1884 and was Special Envoy to the King
of Abyssinia 1 885-6 ; Private Secretary to the
Governor of Red Sea Littoral 1884 and to the Gover-
nor of N. S.W. 1904-8, and Naval Secretary to various
Commanders-in-Chief 1894-1916; appointed Pay-
master-in-Chief R. Naval Coll., Osborne, 1916.— Eoi/aZ
Naval College, Osborne, Isle of Wight.
SMITH, Lieut.-Col. Sir James Robert Dun-
lop, K.C.S.I., K.C.V.O., CLE. — Cr.
K.C.S.I. 1910, K.C.V.O. 1916.
Second son of George Smith, Esq., C.I.E., LL.D., of
Edinburgh, by his 1st wife Janet Colquhoun, who d.
1888, dau. of the late Robert Adam, Esq., of Edin-
burgh ; b. 1858 ; m. 1887 Beatrice Clementina, who d.
1902, eldest dau. of the late Sir Charles Umpherston
Aitchison, K.C.S.L, CLE. Sir James Dunlop Smith,
who was educated at Edinburgh Univ. (M.A. 1878)
and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is Lieut.-Col.
ret., late Indian Army, a Knight of Grace of the
Order of St. John of Jerusalem, and a Knight Com-
mander of the Northern Star of Sweden, and was
Settlement Officer, Sialkot, 1887-94; Deputy Com-
missioner, Hissar, 1896-7 ; Director of Land Records
and Agriculture, Punjab, 1897-9; Famine Com-
missioner, Rajputana, 1899-1900 ; Political Agent,
Phulkian States and Bahawalpur, Punjab, 1901-5,
and Private Secretary to the Earl of Minto, Viceroy of
India, 1905-10; appointed Political A.D.C. to the
Secretary of State for India n\0.—Bath Club, w. ;
Brooks's Club, s.w. ; 25, Ovington Square, s.w.
SMITH, Sarah, Lady.
Dau. of the late J. W. Young, Esq.; m. 1868 the Hon.
Sir Albert James Smith, Q.C., Min. of Marine and
Fisheries, Canada, who was cr. K.C.M.G. 1878, and
(/. 1883. — Eoodlawn, Dorchester, \\cstmorla)ui Co.,
SMITH, the Hon. Sir Edwin Thomas,
K.C.M.G.— Cr. 1888.
Son of the late Edwin Smith, Esq., of Walsall, Staf-
fordshire ; b. 1830; TO. 1st 1857 Florence, who