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1.3-16, and
has been Superintendent of the Indian Archeeological
Survey N.W. Frontier Circle since 190^.— Peshawar,
North- West Frontier, India; H. Societies' Club, s.w.

STENNING, Sir Alexander Rose, Knt.— Cr.

Fifth son of William Stenning, Esq., of Godstone
Court, Surrey, who d. 1871, by Elizabeth, eldest dau.
of the late Bichard Rose, Esq., of Godstone ; 6 1846 ;
m. 1st 1869 Theresa Marcia, who d. 1913, dau. of the
late Rev. Charles Maberly, Vicarof Owselbury, Hamp-
shire ; 2ndly 1914 Emmeline Augusta, younger dau.
of the late Rev. George Ormsby Vandeleur, M.A., of
Ballynamona, co. Limerick, formerly Chaplain to the
Forces and Rector of Ravenstone, Ashby-de-la Zouch.
Sir Alexander Stenning, who was educated at Chatham
House, Ramsgate, and at Blackheath, and was Presi-
dent of the Surveyors' Institution 1909-10, is a
Magistrate for Sussex, a Fellow of the B. Institute
of British Ai'chitects, and Chairman of the Wharn-
cliffe Dwelling Co.— Hoathly Hill, West Hoathly,
Sussex ; St. Stephen's Club, s.v/.; Ch-esliam Club, e.c.

STEPHEN, Sir Herbert, Bart.— Cr. 1891.

Eldest son of Sir James Fitzjames Stephen, 1st Bart.,
K.C.S.I., by Mary Richenda, who d. 1912, dau. of the
late Rev. John William Cunningham, Vicar of Harrow-
on-the-Hill ; 6. 1857 ; s. 1894. Educated at Rugby
and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (LL.B. 1879,
LL.M. 1882), called to the Bar at the Inner Temple
1881 ; is Clerk of Assise for the Northern Circuit.—
AthenaumClub, s.w. ; Suvile Club, w. ; 144, LexJiam
Gardens, w. ; 4, Paper Buildings, Temple, e.c.

Heir /'res., his brother Sir Harry LashiDgtoa Stephen

STEPHEN, the Hon. Sir Matthew Henry,
Knt., K.C— Cr. 1904.

Third and eldest surviving son of the Right Hon. Sir
Alfred Stephen, G.C.M.G., C.B., Lieut.-Governor of
New South Wales, of Hyde Park, Sydney, who d. 1894,
by his Ist wife Virginia, who d. 1837, dau. of the latn
Matthew Consett, Esq. ; b. 1828 ; m. 1st 1854 Caro
line Sibella, who d. 1897, dau. of Henry Tudor Shad-
forth, Esq., formerly 57th Regt., and Usher of the
Black Rod, New South Wales ; 2ndly 1900 Florence
Sophie, dau. of the late Augustus George Dunstan
Huthwaite, Esq., formerly R.N. Educated at Sidney ; ■
called to the Bar in New South Wales 1850 ; became
a Q.C. 1879; was aTM.L.A. New South Wales 1869-
71 ; a Puisne Judge of the Supreme Court 1887-1904,
and Acting Chief Justice 1902-i.—Edgccliff, Sydney,
New South Wales.

STEPHEN, Sir Harry Lushington, Knt.—

Younger survivingson of Sir James Fitzjames Stephen,
1st Bart., K.C.S.I., who d. 1894, by Mary Richenda,
who d. 1912, dau. of the late Kev. John Wilham
Cunningham, Vicar of Harrow-on-the-Hill ; 6. 1860 ;
m. 1904 Margaret Thyra Barbara, younger dau. of the
late Wilham Shore Nightingale, Esq., of Embley,
Hampshire, and of Lea Hurst, Derbyshire, and has a
son, *James Alexander, 6. 1908. Sir Harry Stephe



who was educated at Rugby and at Trinity Coll.,
Cambridge (LL.B. 1882, LL.M. 1903), and called to
the Bar at the Inner Temple 1885, is an Officer of
the Belgian Order of the Crown, was a Puisne Judge
of the High Court of Judicature, Bengal, 1901-14
and has been an Aid. of the London C.C. since 1916 ;
elected Chairman of the Theatres and Music Halls
Committee 1919. — Atlmimmi, and Oxford and
Cambridge Clubs, s.w. ; Savile Club, w. ; Bengal
Club, Calcutta.

STEPHEN. See Mount- Steplien, Lord.

STEPHENS, Major-Gen. Sir Reginald Byng,
K.C.B., C.M.G., of Bentworth Lodge,
Hampshire. — Cr. 1919.

Eldest sou of Capt. Frederick Stephens, J. P., late
2nd Life Guards, of Bentworth Lodge, who d. 1909
by Cecilia Mary, who d. 1915, eldest dan. of the late
Capt. Henry Byng, E.N., of Quendon Hall, Essex;
b. 1869 ; m. 1905 Eleanore Dorothea, youngest dau.
of the late Edmund William Cripps, Esq., of Ampney
Park, Gloucestershire, and has, with other issue, a
son, *Frederick, b. 1906. Sir Reginald Stephens, who
was educated at Winchester, and is joint owner of
Bentworth Lodge with his brothers and sister, is a
Major-Gen.; late Rifle Brigade and a Comm. of the
Italian Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus ; has
the French Croix de Guerre ; commanded a Brigade,
with thfi temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen., 191.5-16, a
Div.1916-18 andan Army Corps 1918-19 ; appointed
Commaudant of the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, 1919.
— Bentworth Lodge, Alton, Hampshire; Residence:
Royal Military College, Camberley, Surrey.

STEPHENS, Sir William, Knt. -Cr. 1905.

Youngest son of William Stephens, Esq., of Salford,
who d. 1886, by Eliza, who d.. 1880, eldest dau. of the
late JamesBroadley, Esq., of Wensleydale, Yorkshire ;
b. 1848 ; m. 1st 1873 Martha Jane, who d. 1898,
2nd dau. of James Fogg, Esq., of Pendleton ; 2ndly
1907 Emily.dau. of the late William Wilson, Esq., J.P.,
of Old Warke, Worsley. Sir William Stephens, who
was educated at Manchester Grammar School and at
Owens Coll., Manchester, is a J. P. for Lancashire and
a J. P. and Aid. for Salford, and was Mayor 1902-5. —
Fairhope, Altrincham ; 2, Cathedral Street, Man-

STEPHENS, Cecil James, Esq., formerly of
The Views, Ricklmg, Essex.

Only son of the late Arthur Stephens, Esq., J.P. and
D.L., of Foston Hall, Yorkshire, by Anna Maria, dau. of
the late James Ward, Esq., of Willey Place, Farnham ;
h. 1847 ; TO. 1st 1873 Edith Mary, who d. 1900, 2nd
dau. of the late Capt. Henry Byng, R.N., of Quen
don Hall, Essex ; 2ndly 1902 Helen Lilian, dau. of
Henry MacAnene, Esq., of Ayr Park, N.S.W., and
has, with other issue, Arthur Cecil, 6. 1877. Mr.
Stephens, who was educated at Eton, isa Magistrate for
Essex ; late Lieut. 12th R. Lancers. — Upton Manor,
Brixliam, S. Devon ; Constitutional Club, w.c.

STEPHENS, James, Esq., of Glanolmarch,
Eldest son of William Stephens, Esq., J.P., of
Glanolmarch, who rf. 19 1 0, by Mary Anne, dau. of
the late Thomas Davies, Esq., of Carnarvon ; b. 1864;
m. 1912 Elizabeth Mary Forcer, dau. of the late
Edward Williams, Esq., M.B , of Dronay, Anglesey
and has a dau., Dorothy Mona Forcer. Mr. Stephens
is a Magistrate for Cardiganshire — Glanolmarch
Llcchryd, Cardiganshirz.

STEPHENS, Michael Edmund, Esq., of
Coverwood House, Surrey.
Son of Henry Charles Stephens, Esq., J. P., of
Cholderton Lodge, Salisbury, by Agnes, dau. of the
late George Machretli, Esq., of Keyingham, York-
shire; b. 1868; TO. 1908 Louise Kilbreth, dau. of the
late Eugene Oudin, Esq. Mr. Stephens was educated
at Rugby. — Coverrvood House, Ewhurst, Surrey ;
Union Club, s.w.; Bath Club, w. ; 71, Portland
Place, w.

STEPHENS, Peecy Sosiers Tyeingham,
Esq., formerly of Croxdale Woodhouse, co.
Son of Richard Stephens, Esq., J.P. ,D.L., of Eastington,
Haijts, who d. 1898, by Henrietta Maria, who d. 1905,
only dau. of the Right Hon. Sir Henry Pottinger, 1st
Bart., G.C.B. ; b. 1860; to. 1895 Rachel, dau. of the
late Rev. Edward Abercrombie Wilkinson, of Whit-
worth, CO. Durham, and has, with other issue, a son,
Martin Tyringham, b. 1901. Mr. Stephens, who was
educated at Wellington Coll., is a Magistrate for co.
Durham and temp. Lieut. 3rd Batt. N. Riding Vol.
Regt. — Croft Hall, Crofl-on-Tces, near Darlington ;
Junior Carlton Club, s.w.

STEPHENS, of Trewornan. See Darell.

STEPHENSON, Sir Heney Fkedeeick,
G.C.V.O., K.C.B.— Cr. K.C.B. 1897,
G.C.V.O. 1902.
Son of Henry Frederick Stephenson, Esq , M.P., who d.
1858, by Lady Mary (who d. 1884, having m. 2ndly
1868, as his 2nd wife, Samuel Charles Whii.bread,
Esq., of Southill, Bedfordshire, who d. 1879), 4th dau.
of William Charles, 4th Earl of Albemarle ; h. 1842 ;
m. 1903 the Hon. Charlotte Ehzabeth Eleanor, eldest
dau. of Alexander, 17th Lord Saltoun, and widow of
Lieut.-Col. William Henry Augustus Keppel, of Lex-
ham Hall, Norfolk. Sir Henry Stephenson is anAdm.
ret., and was a Naval A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 1888-
90 ; an Equerry to King Edward VII., when Prince of
Wales, 1878-93, Commander-in-Chief on the Pacific
Station 1893-7 and of the Channel Squadron 1897-8,
an A.D.C to Queen Victoria 1893-1901, an Extra
Equerry to King Edward VII. 1901-10, and First
and Principal Naval A.D.C. to H.M. 1903-4 ; appointed
Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod 1904 and an Extra
Equerry to H.M. King George V. 1910 ; has the Order
of the Osmanieh, 3rd Class. - United Service, Travel-
lers', and Marlborough Clubs, s.w. ; 18, Loiondes
Street, s.w.

STEPHENSON, Eglantine, Lady.

Second dau. of the Right Hon. Edward Pleydell-Bou-
verie, of East Lavington Manor, Wiltshire, who d.
1889, by Elizabeth Anne, who d. 1889, dau. of the late
Gen. Robert Balfour, of Balbirnie, Fifeshire ; m. 1864
fair Augustus Frederick William Keppel Stephenson,
K.C., who was called to the Barat Lincoln's Inn 1852 ;
became a Q.C. 1890, and a Bencher 1892 ; was Re
cordcr of Bedford 1862-7 ; Solicitor to the Tre.Msury
1875-94; H.M.'s Procurator-Gen. 1876-94 ; Director
of Public Prosecutions 1884-94, and who was cr.K.C.B.
1885, and d. X'iOi.—BodeHham House, Salisbury;
46, Ennisnwre Gardens, s.w.


Dau. of the late Thomas James Parker, Esq., of Shef-
field ; m. 1862 Sir Henry Stephenson, a typefounder,
a J.P. for the W. Riding of Yorkshire, a Church Burgess
and Town Trustee, an Aid. of and a J.P. for Sheffield
(Mayor 1887), who was or. Knt. 1887, and d. 1904.—
Tlie Glen, Eiulcliffe Vale, Slieffield.




Shieley Arthur, Esq., of Hopton Court,
Youngest son of the Kev. Nash Stephenson, Vicar of
Bromyard, Worcestershire, who d. 1877, by Eleanor
Jane, dau. of the late Bev. John Hext Bushnell ; Ij.
1861; s.hiscousin Alexander Stephenson Fetherston-
haugh, Esq., D.L., 1875 ; m. 1886 Christina Stanley,
youngest dau. of the late Col. Stanley Clarke, 21st
Hussars, and has, with other issue, a son, *Alexander
John, D.S.O., M C, Capt. and temp. Major 6th Batt.
Worcestershire Regt. ; 6. 1889 ; m. 1911 Gladys
Lilian, dau of the late Major Elers, of Crossways,
Chard. Mr. Stephenson-Fetherstonhaugh, who
assumed the additional surname of Fetherstonhaugh
by royal license 1882, and was formerly Capt.
Reserve of Officers, and Major (previously Lieut.-
Col. and Hon. Col. Coram.) oth Batt. Worcestershire
Regt., is a Magistrate for Worcestershire, and an
Hon. Major in the Army. — Residence : Leigh,
Worcester ; Jtmior United Service Club, s.w.

STEPNEY. See Coivell-Stepney.

STEPNEY-GULSTON, Alan Stepney, Esq.,
of Derwydd, Carmarthenshire.
Eldest son of Alan James Gulston, Esq., J. P. andDL.,
of Derwydd, and of Dirleton, Carmarthenshire, who d.
1886, by Augusta Catherine, who d. 1887, eldest dau.
of the late Capt. Robert Giveen, of Cahill, co. Antrim ;
6.1844; m.l886 Agnes Margaret, who d. 1913, 2nd
dau. and co-heiress of the late William Hedley Ander-
son, Esq., of Marston Lodge, Gloucestershire. Mr.
Stepney-Gulston, who was educated at Harrow and
at Merton Coll., Oxford, and assumed the prefix
surname of Stepney by deed-poll 1880, is a J. P. and
D.L. for Carmarthenshire (High Sheriff 1895-6),
late Capt. R. Carmarthen Art. Militia. — Derwydd,
Llaiidcbie, South Wales.

STERN, Sir Albert Gerald, K.B.E., C.M.G.
— Cr. 1918.

Second son of James Stern, Esq., of 25, Prince's Gate,
S.W., who d. 1901, by Lucy Stern ; h. 1878. Sir
Albert Stern, who was educated at Eton and at
Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1902), and was Secretary Land-
ship Committee 1915, Director Tank Supply Depart-
ment, Ministry of Munitions, and Chairman Tank
Committee, 1916, and Director- Gen. of Mechanical
Warfare there 1916-17, is temp. Lieut.-Col. Tank
Corps, Commissioner Mechanical Warfare (Overseas
and Allies) Department and Anglo-American Com-
missioner.— Uac/ie/ors' Club,v!. ; Garrick Club, w.c. ;
City of London Club, e.c. ; R. Automobile Club, b.w. ;
123, Savoy Court, Strand, w.c.

STERN, Sir Edward David, Knt., of Fan
Court, Surrey. — Cr. 1904.
Youngest son of Viscount de Stern, who (Z. 1877 (by
Sophia, who d. 1900, dau. of the late Aaron Asher
Goldsmid, Esq.), and brother of Sidney James, 1st
and only Lord Wandsworth ; in. 1883 Constance, who
d. 1918, 2nd dau. of the late Sir George Jessel, Master
of the Rolls. Sir Edward Stern, who was educated at
King's Coll. School and at London Univ. (B.A.), and
was formerly Major Berks Imp. Yeo., is a D.L. for
Surrey (High Sheriff 1904), Head of the firm of Stern,
Bros., President of the W.Surrey Unionist Association,
and of the League of Mercy, Chertsey Dist., and Hon.
Commandant (Hon. Lieut.-Col.) 3rd V.B. The Queens
(R.W. Surrey Regt.).— Fan Court, Cliertsey, Surrey :
Carlton Club, s.w. ; Cavalry Club, w. ; City of
London Club, e.c. ; 4, Carlton House Terrace, s.w.

STERN, Major Henry Julius Joseph, of
Bective, co. Meath.

Eldest son of James Stern, Esq., of 25, Prince's
Gate, S.W., who d. 1901, by Lucy, dau. of the late
Joseph Biedermann, of Vienna; b. 1873; m. 1903
Constance, elder dau. of Andrew Alexander Watt, Esq.,
D.L., of Thorn Hill, co. Londonderry, and has, with
other issue, a son, *James Andrew, 6. 1904. Major
Stern, who was educated at Eton and at the R. Mil.
Coll., Sandhurst, and was formerly Capt. 13th Hussars,
and High Sheriff of co. Meath 1914, is Major S. Irish
"R.orse.— Bective House, Navan, co. Meath : Naval and
Military, and Cavalry Clubs, w. ; Hurlingliani Club,
s.w. ; Kildare Street Cluh, Dublin.

STERN. See Michdlmm, Lord.

STERN-SALOMONS. See Goldsmid-Stcrn-Salo-

STERNDALE, Lord (William Pickford,
P.C.).— Cr. i918.

Second son of Thomas Edward Pickford, Esq., of
Manchester, who d. 1859 ; b. 1848 ; m. 1880 Alice
Mary, who d. 1884, 2nd dau. of the late John William
Brooke, Esq., of Sibton Park, Suffolk, and has 2
daus. Lord Sterndale, who was educated at Liverpool
Coll. and at Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1873, M.A.
1908, Hon. Fellow 1916), called to the Bar at the
Inner Temple 1874, appointed a Q.C. 1893, and
elected a Bencher 1902, was Recorder of Oldham
1901-4 and of Liverpool 1904-7, acted as a Com-
missioner of Assize 1906, and was a Judge of the
High Court of Justice, King's Bench Div., 1907-14
and a Lord Justice of Appeal 1914-18; appointed
President of the Probate, Divorce and Admiralty
Div. of the High Court of ,1ustice 1918; is Patron of
1 living. — King Sterndale, near Buxton, Derbyshire ;
Aihenceum, and United University Clubs, s.w.;
Alpine Club, w. ; Queen's House, 16, Cheyne Walk,
Chelsea, s.w.

Esq., of Grange House, Ayrshire.
Eldest son of William Craufuird Sterndale, Esq., who
d. 1866, by Mary, who d. 1874, dau. of the late Stanley
Sterndale, Esq., M.D. ; ft. 1862; )?^ 1891 Emily
Henrietta, dau. of Bernard Raymond, Esq., of Cal-
cutta, and has, with a dau., a son, *Raymond Crau-
fuird, 6. 1905. Mr. Sterndale MeMikin, who was edu-
cated at Merchant Taylors' School, formerly engaged
in the tea industry in Assam, and assumed the addi-
tional surname of McMikin by royal license in 1895
under the deedof entail of his great-great uncle, John
McMikin the younger, of Kilahtringan, dated 1800,
is a J.P. for Ayrshire. — Grange House, near Maybole,

STERRY, the Rev. Francis, formerly of East-
bury Hall, Essex.

Eldest surviving son of Wasey Sterry, Esq., of Upmin-
ster, and of Eastbury Hall, Essex, who d. 1842, by
Frances, 2nd dau. of the late Thomas Tourle, Esq., of
Landport, Sussex ; b. 1834 ; m. 1864 Augusta Emily,
dau. of the late Hastings Nathaniel Middleton, Esq., of
Bradford Peverell, Dorset, and has, with other issue, a
son, Wasey, C.B.E., called to the Bar at Lincoln's
Jnn 1892 ; was formerly Chief Justice and is now Legal
Secretary in the Sudan; has the Orders of the Med-
jidie, 3rd Class, and the Nile, 2nd Class; educated
at Eton and at Merton Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1889, M.A.
1896); 6. 1866 ; m. 1919 Ren^e, dau. of Mons. Adrien
Bonfils, of Brumana, Syria. Mr. Sterry, who was




educated at Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1856, M.A.
1859), was Hector of Poltimore and Huxham,
Devon, 1869-98.— i^ori Hill, Barnstaple.

STEUART, Sir Douglas Archibald SETON-,
Bart., of Allanton, Lanarkshire; and of
Touch, Stirlingshire. — Ur. 1815.
Younger son of Archibald Seton-Steuart, Esq. (2nd son
of the •2nd Bart.), who d. 1872, by Katharine, who
d. 1872, dau. of the late Robert Stein, Esq.; b. 1857;
s. his brother Sir Alan Henry Seton-Steuart, 4th Bart.,
1913. Sir Douglas Seton-Steuart, who was educated
at Eton and at Keble Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1881), is
Hereditary Ai-mour Bearer and Squire of the E. Body
in Scotland. — Touch, Cambusbarron, Stirling; Allan-
ton House, Newniains, Lanarkshire.

STEUART, Capt. John Malcolm Steuart,
formerly of Ballechin, Perthshire.

Eldest son of .John Steuart, Esq., of Ballechin, who
d. 1895, by Caroline Anna, who d. 1915, elder dau. of
Sir Albert .John de Hochepied-Larpent, 2nd Bart.
(cxt.) ; b. 1863 ; m. 1896 Anastasia, dau. of the late
Edward Madden, Esq., of Iowa, U.S.A. Capt. Steuart,
who was formerly Capt. Scottish Horse Imp. Yeo.,
and previously Capt. Rifle Brigade, is temp. Capt. in
the Army. — Naval and Military Club, w.

STEUART, Robert James Vilet, Esq., of
Westwood, Linlithgowshire.
Eldest son of Capt. Robert Steuart, J.P. and D.L., late
Indian Army, of Westwood, who d. 1913, by Alice
Mary, youngest surviving dau. of the late Patrick
William Vilet Dudgeon, Esq., of Manchester ; b. 1872.
— Westwood, West Calder, Midlothian.

STEUART, Robert John Archibald, Esq., of
Steuarthall, Stirlingshire.
Only sou of David Steuart, Esq., of Steuarthall, who
d. 1890, by Dorothy Emily, who d. 1910, only dau. of
the late Rev. John Cox, Rector of Fairstead, Essex ; b.
1863. Is a J.P. for Stirlingshire.— SiewnW/iaH, Stir-
ling, N.B.; New Club, Edinburgh.

STEUART, William Francis Day, Esq., of
Auchlunkart, and Tannachy, Banffshire.
Only survii'ing son of Andrew Steuart, Esq., J.P. and
D.L. (M.P. for Cambridge 1857-63), late of Auchlun-
kart and Tannachy, who d. 1905,by ElizabethGeorgina
Graham, who d. 1888, 3rd dau. of the late Col.
Thomas Gordon, of Park, Banffshire ; b. 1858 ; m. 1899
Florence, only surviving dau. of Samuel Hammond,
Esq., of Plumstead, Kent. Mr. Steuart is a J.P. and
D.L. for ^a.nSsXm-e.— Auchlunkart, Mulben, Banff-



STEVENS, Maky Anne Caroline, Lady.
Dau of the late Capt. John Turner, H.E.I.C.S. ; m.
1862 Sir Charles Cecil Stevens, who was in the Indian
Civil Service 1861 98, successively Commissioner of
Chota Nagpore, Bhagulpur, and Patna, a Member of
the Board of Revenue of the Lower Provinces, Chair-
man of the Calcutta Port Commission, and an Ad-
ditional Member of the Viceroy's Council 1893-8,
who officiated as Lieut.-Governor of Bengal 1897, and
who was cr. K.C.S.I. 1899, and d. 1909.

STEVENS, Sir John Poster, Knt.— Cr.

Second son of Charles Green Stevens, Esq., who d.
1884, by Deborah Hannah, who d. 1908, dau. of the
late Rev. E. Bloomfield ; 6. 1845 ; m. 1868 Frances
Louisa, who d. 1904, dau. of the late Capt. W. H.
Jeremie, Indian Army. Sir John Stevens was educated
at King Edward's School, Birmingham, in France and ,

Germany, and at King's Coll., London ; entered the 9

Indian Civil Service 1865 ; was Assistant-Magistrate ]

and Collector, Bengal, 1866 ; Acting Joint Magistrate '

1868 ; District and Sessions Judge, Acting and
Permanent, 1876-94 ; Judicial Commissioner of the
Central Provinces of India, Acting 1891-3 and
Permanent 1894-7; a Puisne Judge of the Calcutta
High Court, Acting 1895 and Permanent 1897-1904.
— 2, Lansdown Place West, Bath; Bath and County
Club, Bath.

STEVENS, Edmund, Esq., of Kingston Lisle
Park, Berkshire.
Son of Henry Stevens, Esq., of Highfield,Uxbridge, who
d. 1897, by Marian, who(i. 1910, dau. of thelate George
Withers, Esq., of East Molesey; b. 1865; m. 1894
Florence Ada, adopted dau. of the late Thomas New-
land Allen, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of The Vache Park,
Buckinghamshire, and has a son, * Tom Edmund
Allen, Capt. Berks Yeo.; educated at Winchester and
at Magdalen Coll., Oxford ; b. 1895 ; m. 1919 Mary
Gwenllian Fleetwood, elder dau. of Henry Fleetwood
Fuller, Esq., of Grovefield House, Burnham, Bucks.
Mr. Stevens, who was educated at Harrow, is a
Magistrate for Buckinghamshire and for Berkshire
(High Sheriff 1916). — Kingston Lisle Park, near
Wantage, Berkshire; Arthur's, and Windliam
Clubs, s.w.

STEVENS, of Hilfield. See Stilwell.

STEVENS. See Moore. Stevens.

STEVENS -GUILLE, the Rev. Hubert
George de Carteret, of Cross, Little
Torrington, Devonshire.

Eldest surviving son of the Rev. George de Carteret
Guille, Seigneur of St. George, Guernsey, Rector of
Little Torrington, who d. 1895, by Sophia, who d.
1892, elder dau. and co-heiress of the late Thomas
Stevens, Esq., of Cross Winscott and Velstone, Devon-
shire ; b. 1861 ; m. 1895 Catherine Lucretia, who d.
1908, 5th dau. of the late Canon Frederick John
Rooke, Rector of Rampisham, Dorsetshire, and has,
with other issue, a son, 'George Frederick, Sub-
Lieut. R.N. ; educated at the R. Naval Colls, at
Osborne and Dartmouth ; 6. 1898. Mr. Stevens-
Guille, who was educated at Cheltenham Coll. and
at Trinity Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1884, M.A. 1887\ and
assumed the prefix surname of Stevens by deed-poll
1895, is Seigneur of 3 Fiefs, Guernsey, and Jurat of
the R. Court of Guernsey (from 1913). -Residence :
St. George, Guernsey.

STEVENSON, Sir Daniel Macaulay, Bart.,
LL.D.— Cr. 1914.

Second son of John Stevenson, Esq., Engineer, of
Glasgow, who d. 1913, by Jessie, who d. 1880, dau. of
the late Daniel Edwin Macaulay, Esq., Editor of the
Liberator Newspaper, of Glasgow ; b. 1851. Sir
Daniel Stevenson, who was educated at the Secular
School, Glasgow(Hon. LL.D. Glasgow 1914), is Head
of the firm of D. M. Stevenson & Co., Coal Exporters,
of Glasgow, Leith, Newcastle and Hull, a J.P. and
D.L. for the co. of the City of Glasgow, a Chevalier
4 m 1266




of the Legion of Honour, an Officer of the Italian
Order of the Crown, ex-Chairman (18 years) of
the Scottish Coal Exporters' Association and a
Member of the Committees on Housing at Bosyth,
Supply of Coal to France and Italy (Chairman) and
Coal Trade after the War; was a Member of the Town
Council of Glasgow 1892-1914 ; Lord Provost of
Glasgow and Lord Lieut, of the eo. of the City of
Glasgow 1911-14, and a Member of the Advisory Com-
mittee under the National Insurance Act 1912-14 and
of the Departmental Committee on Local and Imperial
Taxation 1912-14.— 5, Crossloan Road, Glasgow
West; 12, Waterloo Street, Glasgoiv ; National Liberal
Club, s.w. ; Liberal, and Literary Clubs, Glasgow ;
Scottish Liberal Cltib, Edinlmrgh.

STEVENSON, Sir James, Bart.— Or. 1917.

Eldest son of Archibald Stewart Stevenson, Esq., of
Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, who d. 1897, by Eliza, who d
1896, 2nd dau. of the late James Morrison, Esq., of
Forres, Elginshire ; 6. 1873 ; m. 1st 1897 Jessie Baird,
who d. 1917, eldest dau. of the late James Hogarth,
Esq., of Ardrossan, Ayrshire ; 2ndly 1918 Stella, 5th
dau. of William John Fraser, Esq., and widow of
Edward H. Johnstone, Esq. Sir James Stevenson,
who was educated at Kilmarnock Academy and
privately, is Managing Director of John Walker &
Sons Ltd., Kilmarnock, and was formerly a Member
of the Prime Minister's Central Eeconstruction
Committee, Vice-Chairman of the Advisory Com-
mittee, Ministry of Munitions, a Member of the
Munitions Council for Ordnance, Surveyor-Gen. of
Supply, War Office, and, as a voluntary worker,
Director-in-Chief of the Area Organization of the
Ministry of Munitions ; appointed a Member of the
Army and Air Councils 191^.— Walton Heath
Walton-OH-the-Rill, Tadioorth, Surrey ; Reform, and
B. Automobile Clubs, s.w. ; 8, Hurley House, Mary-
lebcme Road, n.w.

STEVENSON, Sir George Augustus, K.C.B.,
C.V.O.— Cr. 1914.
Third son of James Stevenson, Esq., of Toronto,
Canada, who d. 1900 ; b. 1856. Sir George Stevenson,
who was educated at Manchester Grammar School, at
the City of London School, and at Trinity Coll.,Oxford
(B.A. 1879), and entered the Treasury 1S80. was
Private Secretary to the Secretary to the Treasury
1886-91 and to the Chief Secretary for Ireland 1891-2
and Commissioner of Public Works in Ireland 1892-
1913, since when he has been Chairman of the Board
of Public Works in Ireland.— Fareham, Silchester
Road, Kingstown, co. Diibliti ; Savile Club, w. ; Uni-
versity Club,Dublin; B. Irish Yacht Club, Kingstown.

STEVENSON, Sir Edmond Sinclaie, Knt.—
Cr. 1905.

Son of the late William Ford Stevens

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