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dnell, North-
umberland. — Beadiiell Vicarage, imar Chathill,

THORP, the Rev. William Tudob, of Charlton
Hall, Northumberland.
Eldest surviving son and heir of Thomas Thorp, Esq.,
of Doxford Hall, and Alnwick, Northumberland, who
d. 18.54, by Elizabeth Jane, dau. of the late William
Tudor, Esq., of Bath ; b. 1841 ; m. 1st 18G3 Emily
Sarah, who d. 1871, dau. of the late Francis George
West, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Horbam Hall, Essex ;
2ndly 1875 Mary Louisa, dau. of the late John Jones
Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Langstone Court, Hereford^
. shire, and has, with other issue, a son, * Thomas
Alder, 6. 1865 ; m. 1895 Elizabeth Jane, dau. of Capt.
Allen Peat, Mercantile Marine, and has had, with a
dau., 2 sons, Thomas Tudor, Lieut. E.F.A., Special
Reserve ; b. 1897, and killed in action 1917 ; and
* Robert Allen Fenwick, educated at Charterhouse ;
b. 1900. Mr. Thorp was educated at Univ. Coll ,
Oxford (B.A. 1HQ2). - Charlton Hall, Chathill,

THORPE, Sir (Thomas) Edward, Knt., C.B.,
LL.D., F.R.S.— Cr. 1909.
Eldest son of the late George Thorpe, Esq., of Man-
chester, by Mary, dau. of the late John Wylde '
h. 1845 ; m. 1870 Caroline Emma, eldest dau.' of the
l^te Dr. John Watts, of Manchester. Sir Edward
Thorpe, who was educated at Owens Coll., Man-
chester, and at the Univs. of Heidelberg (Ph D 1868)
and Bonn (Hon. D.Sc. Dublin 1891, Victoria Univ
1900 and Leeds 1904, Hon. LL.D. Glasgow 1895)
was President of the Chemical Section of the British
Association 1890. of the Society of Chemical Industry
1895, and of the Chemical Society 1899-1901 • Vice-
President of the R. Society 1894-5, and of the British
Association 1900, Principal of the Government
Laboratories, London, 1894-1909, and Professor of
Chemistry and Director of the Chemical Laboratories
of the Imperial Coll. of Science and Technology
S. Kensington, 1909-12. - Wliiniield, Salcombe,
Devonshire: AthenaiumClnb.s.w.; Salccmibe Yacht
Club, Salcombe.

THORPE, James Ian Sidney, Esq., of Cod-
dmgton, Nottinghamshire; and of Ard-
brecknish, Argyllshire.
Elder son of Capt. John Somerled Thorpe, M.C.,
Reserve of Officers, Scots Guards, of Coddington, and
of Ardbrecknish, who d. (killed in action) 1916, by
i-lizabeth Cecilia, elder dau. of the late Hon. and Rev
Canon Sidney Meade, of Frankleigh House, Bradford-
on-Avon; 6. 1905. —Coddington Ball, Newark-on-
Irent; Ardbrecknish, Cladich, Argyllshire.
Heir /'res., his brother Michael Alexander, 6. 1906.

THREIPLAND. See Murray. Threipland.

THRELFALL, Sir Richard, K.B.E., F R S
A.I.C.E., M.I.M.E.— Cr. 1917. ' " ''

Eldest son of Richard Threlfall. Esq., of HoUowforth
Lancashire, who d. 1870, by Sarah Jane, who d
1H98, dau. of the late Joseph Mason, Esq., of Stan,
more Middlesex ; b. 1861 ; m. 1890 Evelyn Agnes,
4th dau. of the late John Forster Baird Esq of

BowmoQt Hill, Northumberland. Sir Richard
Threlfall, who was educated at Clifton and at
Gonville and Caius Coll., Cambridge, of which he
is an Hon. Fellow (B.A. 1884, M.A. 1888), is a Con-
sulting Engineer and a Member of the Advisory
Council of Industrial and Scientific Research; was
formerly Professor of Physics at Sydney Univ. and
President of the N.S.W. R. Commission on the
loading and carriage of coal by sea 1896-9.— Oai/sarsi,
Church Road, Edgbastmi, Birmingham ; Savile Club,
w. ; Athenceum, and United University Clubs, s.w.

THRESHER, Mrs., of Poston House, Here-
Harriet Egbertha Lucy, only dau. of the late Francis
Harrison, Esq., Staff Surgeon H.E.I.C S., and great-
granddau. of Sir George Charles Brathwaite-Bough-
ton,2nd and last Bart., of Poston House ; m. 1st 1872
Edward Lewis Gavin Robinson, Esq., a J.P. and D.L.
for Herefordshire, who d. 1908, leaving with other
issue, an only surviving son, * Ralph Spencer, b.
1887 ; m. 1910 Winifred Mary, dau. of the Rev.
Skeffington Hume Dodgson, M.A., of Warlow House,
Ewyas Harold, Herefordshire, and has, with other
issue, a son,* ChristopherBrathwaiteGavin, A. 1911 ;
2ndly 1918 Comm. William Thresher, ret. R.N. Mrs.
Thresher is Patron of 1 Wvinf^.—Poston House, Peter -
church, Herefordshire.

THRESHIE, Major Robert Alexander, of
Barnbarroch, Kirkcudbright.

Eldest son of the late David Scott Threshie, W.S., by
Eliza Bird, 2nd dau. of the late Charles Ray Martin,
Esq., Judge of the Supreme Court, Calcutta ; b. 1856 ;
s. his half-sister 1899 ; m. 1891 Louise Theresa, dau.
of the late George Sharrock Laughlin. Esq. Major
Threshie is a Magistrate for Kirkcudbright, and
Major ret., late Welsh Regt., and is employed as Town
Major, British Expeditionary Force.— Barnbarroch,
Dalbeattie, N.B. ; Naval and Military Club, w.

THRIFT, Sir John Edward, Knt.— Cr. 1909.

Youngest and only surviving son of William Thrift,
Esq., of Horsham, who d. 1887 ; b. 1845 ; m. 1872
Fanny Selina, eldest dau. of the late James Hart,
Esq., of Nottingham. Sir John Thrift, who entered
the Inland Revenue Department 1866, was
Superintending Inspector of Stamps and Taxes for
the City of London 1903-7 and Chief Inspector of
Inland Revenue for the United Kingdom 1907-10.—
The miare, Woodcote Road, Wallington, Surrey.

THRING, Sir Arthur Theodore, K.C.B.-
Cr. 1908.

Third son of Theodore Thring, Esq., of Alford House,
Somerset, who d. 1891, by Julia Jane, who d. 1898,
4th dau. of the late William Mills, Esq., of Saxham
Hall, Suffolk ; b. 1860 ; m. 1902 Georgina Baxendale,
4th dau. of the late John Edward Bovill, Esq., of
Sondes Place, Dorking. Sir Arthur Thring, who was
educated at Winchester and at New Coll., Oxford, and
called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1887, was Second
Parliamentary Counsel to the Treasury 1902-3, and
First Parliamentary Counsel 1903-17 ; appointed
Clerk of the Parliaments I'JIT.— Athenceum, and
New University Clubs, s.w. ; 87, St. George's Square,
s.w. ; Charlton Mackrell, Somerset.

THROCKMORTON, Sir Nicholas William
George, Bart., of Coughton, Warwick-
shire.— Cr. 1642.

Eldest surviving son of Sir Robert George Throck-
morton, 8th Bart., J.P. and D.L., of Coughton Court,




bv Elizabeth, who d. 1850, dau. of Sir John Acton,
6th Bart. ; b. 1838; s. 1862. Educated at Downside
Coll. ; is a J.P. and D.L. for Berks (High Sheriff
1872), and for cos. Worcester and Warwick (was on
the roll for High Sheriff for 1876), and Patron of 1
Vtying.—Coughton Court, Redditch ; Carlton, Union,
and Travellers' Clubs, s.w. ; Turf, and St. James's
Clubs, w.

Heir Pres., his brother Richard Charles Acton, late Capt.
87th Foot; i. 1839 ; m. 1866 Frances Stewart, who d. 1895,
only dau. of the late Major John Artliur Moore, H.E.I.O.S.,
and has had, with other issue, a son, Richard Courteuay
Brabazon, Major Reserve of Officers, Major ret., late R.
Welsh Fusiliers and temp. Lieut.-Col. Oomm. a Service
Batt. Wiltshire Regt, ; 6. 1867 ; m, 190.'i Lilian, only child
of the late Lieut.-Col. Henry Lewis Brooke Langford-
Brooke, of Mere Hall, Cheshire, and d. (killed in action)
1916, leaving, with other issue, a son, * Robert George
Maxwell, h. 1908.

of Pennal Tower, Merionethshire.

Elder son of Clement Arthur Thruston, Esq., J.P., of
Pennal Tower, who d. 1883, by Constance Sophia
Margaret, youngest dau. of the late Major-Gen.
Lechmere Coore Russell, C.B., of Ashford Hall,
Shropshire ; b. 1863 ; m. 1896 Lucy, 3rd dau. of Sir
Wilfrid Lawson, 2nd Bart, of Brayton, and has, with
other issue, a son, * Edmund Wybergh, b. 1903.
Lieut.-Col. Thruston, who was educated at .Tesus
Coll., Cambridge, and was formerly in the R.N.,
Capt. 3rd Batt. R. Welsh Fusiliers, and temp. Lieut.-
Col. 9th (Service) Batt. S. Staffordshire Regt. 1915-
16, is a J.P. and D.L. for Merionethshire, Lieut.-Col.
ret., late Comm. 26th (formerly 4th Garrison) Batt.
R. Welsh Fusiliers, and Lord of the Manor of
Pennal. — Pennal Toicer, Machynlleth ; Crouch
House, Wrotham, Kent ; St. James's Club, w.

THUILLIER, Col. Sir Henry Ravenshaw,
K.C.I.E., F.R.G.S.— Or. 1895.
Only son of Gen. Sir Henry Edward Landor Thuillier,
C.S.I., F.R.S., who d. 1906, by his 1st wife Susanne,
who d. 1844, dau. of the late Rev. John Haydon
Cardew ; b. 1838 ; m. 1867 Emmeline, dau. of the
late Fleetwood Williams, Esq., C.S.L Educated at
Wimbledon School and at Addiscombe Coll. ; is a
Col. ret. R.E., and was Surveyor-Gen. of India
1886-95.-10, Philbcach Gardens, s.w.

THUNDER, Michael Pentheny, Esq., of
Lagore, co. Meath ; and of Ballalley, co.

Only son of Patrick Thunder, Esq., J.P. and D.L.,
of Lagore, and of Ballalley, who d. 1912, by Mary
Anne, youngest dau. of the late Peter de Pentheny
O'Kelly, Esq., of Barretstown, co. Kildare ; b. 1874 ;
TO. 1900 Mary Christiana, who d. 1908, only child of
the late Patrick Sullivan, Esq., and has, with other
issue, a son, •Patrick George, b. 1904. — Lagore,
Dunshaughlin, co. Meath; Ballalley, Lusk, co.

THUNDER, Lieut.-Col. Stuaet Harman
Joseph, CM.G., D.S.O., M.C., formerly of
Seneschalstown, co. Meath.
Eldest son of Michael Harman D'Alton Thunder,
Esq., J.P., of Seneschalstown, who d. 1914, by Mary,
who d. 1893, eldest dau. of Aid. Sir Stuart Knill, 1st
Bart. ; b. 1879 ; m. 1910 Etheldreda Mary, eldest dau.
of David Tidmarsh, Esq., of Lota, co. Limerick,
and has, with other issue, a son, Michael D'Alton,
6. 1912. Lieut.-Col. Thunder, who was educated at
Fort Augustus, is Major and Brevet Lieut. Col.

Northamptonshire Regt. ; appointed an A.A. and
Q.M.G. 1916.— Orlingbury, Wellingborough, North-
amptonshire ; Junior United Service Club, s.w.

THURBURN, Major Arthur Hugh, of Crans-
ley Hall, Northamptonshire.
Eldest son of Charles Thurburn, Esq., of Keith,
Banffshire, and of Ale.\andria, Egypt, who d. 1901, ;

by Barbara, who d. 1908, 2nd dau. of the late Lieut.-
Col. Charles Levinge, K.H. ; b. 1860; m. 1903 Minna
Frederica Bradley, youngest dau. of the late Vice-
Adm. Frederick Charles Bryan Robinson, and has a
dau., Rosemary. Major Thurburn, who was educated
at Clifton Coll. and at Trinity Coll., Oxford (B.A.
1882, M.A. 1886), and was formeriy Capt. R. Scots
Fusiliers, is a Magistrate for Northamptonshire,
Major ret., late temp. Major Gen. List, previously in
a 2nd Reserve Batt. R. Scots Fusiliers, temp. Lieut.-
Col. and Co. Commandant Northamptonshire Vol.
Corps, Lord of the Manor of Cransley and Patron of
1 living. — Cransley Hall, Kettering, Northampton-
shire ; Naval and Military Club, w. ; 69, Carlisle
Mansions, s.w.

THURLOW, Lord (the Rev. Charles
Edwak'd Thurlow-Cumming-Bruce). — •
Cr. 1792.
Elder surviving son of Thomas John, 5th Lord,
P.C, F.R.S., by Lady Elma, eldest dau. of James,
8th Earl of Elgin and 12th Earl of- Kincardine ;
h. 1869 ; s. 1916 ; m. 1909 Grace Catherine, only child
of the late Rev. Canon Henry Trotter, M.A., Vicar
of Ch. Ch., Barnet. Lord Thurlow, who was
educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge
(B.A. 1891, M.A. 1905), was Chaplain to the Mission
to Seamen at Portland, Oregon, U.S.A., 1900-5 and
to the Mission to Seamen for Valparaiso and the
W. Coast of S. America 1905-7, and Assistant
Superintendent to the Mission to Seamen, in
England, 1907-12 ; appointed Vicar of St. Andrew's,
Bishop Auckland, co. Durham, 1912 and Rural Dean
of Bishop Auckland 1913. — St. Andreiv's Vicarage,
Bishop Auckland, co. Durham ; New Oxford and
Gamhridge Club, s.w.

Neir, bis son Henry Charles, b. 1910.

THURSBY, Sir John Ormerod Scarlett,
Bart., of Ormerod House, Lancashire. —
Cr. 1887.
Elder son of Sir John Hardy Thursby, 1st Bart., by
his 1st wife Clara, who d. 1867, youngest dau. of the
late Col. Williams, R.E. ; b. 1861 ; s. 1901 ; m. 1888
Ella Beatrice, who d. 1915, younger dau. of the late
Col. Thomas Richard Crosse, of Shaw Hill, Lanca-
shire, and has a dau., Clara, m. 1914 Capt. Geoffrey
Aspinall, Lancashire Hussars Yeo., and has a dau..
Patience Anne. Sir John Thursby, who was educated
at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1884),
and called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1891. is a
J.P. and D.L. for Lancashire, and was High Sheriff
1905. — Ormerod House, Burnley; Carlton Club,

Heir Pres., his half-brother George James (younger son of the
1st Bart., by his 2nd wife Louisa Harriet, who d, 19U7, 2nd
dau. of the late Col. John George Smyth, .\[.P., of Heath
Hall, Yorkshire), educated at Radley : b. 1869 : m. 1894
Mary Augusta, elder dau. of the late Thomas Hardcastle,
Esq., of Bradshaw Hall, '

THURSBY, Adm. Sir Cecil Pieknes, K.C.B.,
K.C.M.G.— Cr. K.C.M.G. 1916, K.C.B.

Second son of the Rev. Walter Thursby, of Abington,
who d. 1868, by Mary Catherine Louisa, who d. 1917,


dau. of the late Hodges; b. 1861 ; w. 1899

Constance Ann, elder dau. of the lateCressett Thursby-
Pelham, Esq. Sir Cecil Thursby is an Adm., a
Comm. of the Legion of Honour, a Grand Comm.
of the Grecian Order of the Redeemer, and a Grand
Officer of the Italian Order of St. Maurice and St.
Lazarus ; has the Grand Cross of the Serbian
Order of the White Eagle and the Grand Cordon
of the Japanese Order of the Rising Sun ; was Capt.
and Senior Officer in command of a detached Squad-
ron in Levant 1909 and of the International Squadron
at Crete 1909 ; Commodore, R. Naval Barracks,
1910-11 ; Rear-Adm. 3rd Battle Squadron 1912-14;
in charge of the landing of Australian and New
Zealand Forces at Gaba Tepe 1915; in command
of British Adriatic Squadron 1916 ; Commander-in-
Chief E. Mediterranean 1917 and in command of
Coastguard and Reserves 1918; appointed Com-
mander-in-Chief on the Plymouth Station 1918. —
Admiralty House, Devonport ; The SytcJie, Dorring-
ton, Shrewsbury ; United Service Club, s.w.

THUESBY, the Rev. Hakvey William
GusTAVUS, of Culverlands, Berkshire.
Only surviving son of Arthur Harvey Thursby, Esq.,
J.P." and D.L., of Culverlands, who d. 1909, by his
1st wife Mary Anne, who d. 1900, dau. of the late
Edmund Newman Kershaw, Esq., of Heskin Hall,
Lancashire ; b. 1867 ; m. 1897 Margaret Emily, 4th
dau. of the late William George Mount, Esq., M.P.,
of Wasing Place, Berkshire, and has, with other issue,
a son, 'John Harvey, b. 1903. Mr. Thursby, who
was educated at Wellington Coll. and at Pembroke
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1893, M.A. 1896), is a Magistrate
for Norfolk, Rector of Bergh Apton, Norfolk, and
Patron of 2 livings. — Residence : Bergh Apton
Rectory, Norwich ; Oxjoird and Cambridge, and
B. Automobile Clubs, s.w.

THURSBY, PiEBS Henry, Esq., of Prior's
Hard wick, Warwickshire ; and of Broad,
well Hill, Gloucestershire.

Elder son of Arthur Edmund Thursby, Esq., J.P., of
Prior's Haidwick, who d. 1902, by Maud, who d.
1918, younger dau. of the late Col. Henry Cart-
wright, M.P., formerly Grenadier Guards, of Eydon
Hall, Northamptonshire ; b. 1894 ; s. Mrs. Mary
Thursby, the widow of his great- uncle Capt. Piers
Thursby, J.P., late 9th Lancers, at Broadwell Hill,
1912 ; educated at Clare Coll., Cambridge ; is temp.
Lieut. B.F.A.

THURSBY-PELHAM, James Augustine
Haevey, Esq., of Upton-Cressett Hall,
Younger and only surviving son of Walter Thursby-
Pelham, Esq., J.P., who d. 1874 (by Emily Sarah
Fitzgerald, eldest dau. of the late Hon. James Butler),
and grandson of the late Rev. Henry Thursby-Pelham,
of Cound Hall, Shropshire ; 6. 1869 ; m. 1890 Alice,
youngest dau. of the late Adm. Sir Arthur Farquhar,
K.C.B., of Drum-na-Gesk, Aberdeenshire, and has 2
daus. Mr. Thursby-Pelham, who s. his grandfather
1878, is a J.P. and D.L. for Shropshire (High Sherifl
1902), a J.P. for Warwickshire, Lord of the Manors
of Holgate, Upton-Cressett and Clee, and Patron of 4
livings. — Arthur's, Travellers', and Hurlingham
Clubs, s.w. ; 55, Cadogan Gardens, s.w.

THURSBY-PELHAM, of Abermarlais Park,
Carmarthenshire ; and of Ridgeway, Pem-
brokeshire. See de Rutzen.




j Amelia, dau. of the late John Berry, Esq. ; m. 1883
Sir John Bates Thurston, Governor and Commander-
in-Chief of Fiji, and High Commissioner and Consul-
General for the W. Pacific, who was cr. K.C.M.G.
1887 and d. 1897.— 17, Hogarth Road, s.w.

iTHWAITES, Mrs., of Troy, Lancashire.

I Ada Jane Prudence, dau. of the late Robert Mend-
ham Evans, Esq., of Orpines, Wateringbury, Kent ;

j m. 1859 John Thwaites, Esq., of Troy, a J.P. for
Lancashire, who d. 1889, leaving, with other issue, a
son, * Hugh Evans, a Magistrate for Lancashire ; b,
1860 ; m. 1882 Charlotte Louise, 4th dau. of the late
John Wright, Esq., of Newark-on-Trent, and has an
only son, * Gerald Evans, b. 1883; m. 1908 Irene
Marion, 3rd dau. of the Yen. Robert Crompton
Fletcher, M.A., Archdeacon of Blackburn and Rector
of Chorley, Lancashire. — Troy, near Blackburn.

\ THWAITES, of Woodfold Park.


THYNNE, Lady Beatrice, of Norton Hall,

Youngest dau. of John Alexander, 4th Marquess of
Bath, who d. 1896, by the Hon. Frances Isabella
Catherine, who d. 1915, eldest dau. of Thomas, 3rd
Viscount de Tesci. Lady Beatrice Thynne s. her
brother Lord Alexander George Boteville Thynne,
D.S.O., M.P., Major R. Wiltshire Yeo. and temp.
Lieut.-Col. Comm. 6th (Service) Batt. Wiltshire
■Regt., who was killed in action, 1918. — Norton
Hall, Daventry, Northamptonshire; 15, Manchester
Square, w.

THYNNE, Major-Gen. Sir Reginald Thomas,
K.C.B.— Cr. 1902.

Sixth son of the Rev. Lord John Thynne, who d.
1881, by Anne Constantia, who d. 1866, dau. of the
late Rev. Charles Cobbe Beresford ; 6. 1843 ; in. isyo
Louise, dau. of Douglas Du Bois, Esq., and widow of
Major William Ewing. Educated at Radley ; is a
Major-Gen. ret., late Grenadier Guards. — Travellers' ,
and Guards' Clubs, s.w. ; 24, Park Square, Regent's
Park. N.w.

THYNNE, Mrs., formerly of Lee Priory, Kent.

Anita Constance Edith, 3rd dau. of Edward William
Bonham, Esq., of Bramling House, Kent, who d.

1896, by his 1st wife Anne Sarah, who d. 1870, dau.
of the late Robert Bage, Esq., of Naples; m. 1st

1897, as his 2nd wife, Francis Philips, Esq., of Bank
Hall, Lancashire, and of Lee Priory, a Barrister-at
Law, and a J.P. for Kent, who d. 1898 ; 2ndly 1904
Lieut. Col. Algernon Carteret Thynne, D.S.O., an Hon.
Capt. in the Army, and Lieut. Col. R. North Devon
Hussars Yeo., who was killed in action 1917. —
Penstowe, Bude, Cornwall.

THYNNE, Lieut.-CoL Ulric Oliver, C.M.G.,
D.S.O., of Muntham Court, Sussex.
Y'oungest and only surviving son of the Right Hon.
Lord Henry Frederick Thynne, M.P., J.P. and D.L.,
of Muntham Court, who d. 1904, by Lady Ulrica
Frederica Jane, who d. 1916, 2nd dau. of Edward
Adolphus, 12th Duke of Somerset, K.G. ; b. 1871 ; m.
1899 Marjory, eldest dau. of Edward Wormald, Esq.,
and has, with other issue, a son, • Oliver St. Maur,
6. 1901. Lieut.-Col. Thynne, who was educated at
Charterhouse and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst,




and was formerly Lieut. King's R. Rifle Corps, is
Lieut.-Col. Wiltshire Yeo., T.D.—Muntham Court,
Worthing; Army and Navy, and Carlton Clubs,
B.w. ; 30, Grosvenor Gardens, s.w.

THYNNE. See Bath, Marquis of.

beth, dau. of the late Joseph Ingham, Esq., of Leeds ;
b. 1846 ; m. 1st 1883 Aline, who d. 1884, only dau.
of the late Rev. Maurice William Ferdinand St.
John, D.D., Canon of Gloucester ; '2ndly 1894
Katharine Anne, youngest dau. of the late John Curtis
Hayward, Esq., of Quedgeley House, Gloucestershire,
and has, by his 1st marriage, a dau.. Aline. Mr.
Tidswell, who was educated at Harrow and at Oriel
Coll., Oxford, and called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn
1871, is a J. P. and D.L. for Gloucestershire (High
Sheriff 189d).—Haresfield Court, Stonehouse, Glou-
cestershire ; 22, Cambridge Square, Hyde Park, w.

TICHBORNE, Sir Joseph Henry Beenard
DOUGHTY-, Bart., of Tichborne Park,
Hampshire.— Or. 1620-1.

Only child of Sir Henry Alfred Joseph Doughty-
Tichborne, 12th Bart., by Mary Gwendoline (who „ tt ht r « u -cm- i

7,1. 2ndly 1914 Lieut-Col. Frank Rowley Metcalfe TIGHE, the Hon. Mrs., of Ashgrove, J^ lint-
Charles de Rittich Mauduit, ret. Indian Army), 2nd shire.

dau. of the late Edward Henry Petre, Esq., of Laura Jane, eldest dau. of Charles Allanson, 3rd Lord
Whitley Abbey, Warwickshire ; b. 1890 ; s. 1910 ; Headley, who d. 1877, by Maria Margaret, who d.
m. 1913 Dorothy Mary Denise Emily, only surviving
dau. of Lieut.-Col. Henry Algernon Fulke Charles
Ferdinand Stephen Greville, of Elm Park Gardens,
S.W. Sir Joseph Uoughty-Tichborue, who was j
educated at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is Lieut. |
4th Hussars, Special Reserve, servmg with Labour ;
Corps, late temp. Lieut. 10th Reserve Regt. of Cav.,
and previously Lieut. 4th and 8th Hussars.— Tic/j- !
bmne Park; Alresford, Hampshire.

Heir, his son Anthony Joseph Henry Doughty, 6. 1914.

1894, eldest dau. of the late Major d'Arley ; m. 1874
St. Lawrence Robert Morgan Tighe, Esq., D.L., of
Mitchellstown, co. Westmeath, who d. 1895, leaving,
with other issue, a son, * Robert Hugh Morgan, late
Lieut. 5th Batt. P. of Wales's Leinster Regt. ; b.
1874; m. 1903 Florence, eldest dau. of Charles
Ebenezer Treffry, Esq., of Place, Cornwall, and
widow of Capt. Hewlett Charles Perkins, Duke of
Cornwall's L.I. — Ashgrove, Ellesmere, Shropshire.

TICKELL, Lieut.-Col. Ed-ward James, D.S.O.
of Carnalway, co. Kildare. '

Eldest son of Comm. Thomas Tickell, R.N., of
Carnalway, who d. 1898, by Louisa Emily, who d. '
1907, eldest dau. of the late Rev. James Thomas |
Couolly Saunders ; b. 1861 ; m. 1902 Eliza, eldest i
dau. of Major Thomas Maxwell. Lieut.-Col. Tickell, •
who was educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge, is a
Magistrate forco. Kildare (was on the roll for High
Sheriff for 1917), Lieut.-Col. ret., late Major 14tb
King's Hussars and temp. Lieut.-Col. Comm. 13th j
Reserve Regt. of Cav. — Naval and Military, and '
Cavalry Chibs, w. ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin. \

TIDMAS, Jonathan Burton, Esq., of Norman- j
ton-on-Soar, and Sutton Field, Notting- j
Eldest son of William Tidmas, Esq., J.P., of Sutton
Field, who d. 1882, by Martha, who d. 1906, only
dau. of the late Jonathan Burton, Esq., of Sutton
Boningtou, and Carrington, Notts ; b. 1859 ; m. 1884
Martha Elizabeth (Mmnie), eldest dau. of the late
Charles Shakespear, Esq., J. P., of Langley Priory,
Leicestershire. Mr. Tidmas is a Magistrate for
Nottinghamshire, and Patron of 1 living.— A'^orwaii-
ton-on-Soar, Loughborough ; Sutton Field, Sutton
Bonington, Loughborough.

TIDSWELL, EiCHABD Henry, Esq., of Bos-
mere Hall, Suffolk.

Second son of Robert Tidswell, Esq., of Seymour
House, Denmark Hill, Surrey, who d. 1856, by Ehza-
beth, dau. of the late Joseph Ingham, Esq., of Leeds ;
b. 1848 ; m. 1876 Helen Maud, 3rd dau. of the late
John WiUiam Brooke, Esq., of Sibton Park, Suffolk,
and has had, with 6 daus., a son, Cecil Robert, Capt.
Ist R. Dragoons and Flight Comm. R. Flymg Corps :
b. 1880, and killed in action 1916. Mr. Tidswell is
a Magistrate for Suffolk. — Bosmere Hall, near
Needham Market ; 49, Wilton Crescent, s.w.

TIDSWELL, Robert Ingham, Esq., of Hares
held Court, Gloucestershire.
Eldest son of Robert Tidswell, Esq., of Seymour
House, Denmark Hill, Surrey, who d. 1856, by E

TIGHE, Major-Gen. Sir Michael Joseph,
K.C.M.G., C.B., C.I.E., D.S.O.— Cr. 1916.

Eldest son of Major Michael Joseph Tighe, formerly
70th Regt., who d. 1878, by Mary Catherine Agnes,
who d. 1910, dau. of the late J. Waller, Esq., of
Thurlow Park ; h. 1864 ; m. 1900 Katherine Helen
Mackay, eldest dau. of the late Mackay Hugh Baillie
Scott, Esq., of Victoria, Australia, aud The Shrubbery,
Erith, Kent. Sir Michael Tighe, who was educated
at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is a Major-Gen. late
Leinster Regt. and Indian Ai'my, was formerly
Assistant Commissioner, Burma, in command of the
Forces in British E. Africa and Uganda 1915-16, and
temp. Inspector of Infantry in India 1917 ; ap-
pointed to the temp, command of a Div. in India
1917 ; has the Order of the Brilliant Star of Zanzibar,
2nd Class.— Simla, India; 8, Lewes Road, East-
bourne ; United Service Club, s.w.

TIGHE, Brian Kenrick Francis BUNBUEY-,
Esq., of Woodstock, co. Kilkenny.

Only surviving son of Capt. Edward Kenrick Bunbury-
Tighe, J. P. and D.L., an Hon. Capt. in the Army,
late temp. Capt. Rifle Brigade, previously Lieut. Ritle
Brigade and Grenadier Guards, of Woodstock, who d.
1917, by Viola Lilian Henriette, only dau. of the
late Edward Randal Skeffington Smyth, Esq., of Mount
Henry, Queen's Co ; b. 1913 ; is Lord of the Manor of
Woodstock and Patron of Inistioge living.— Woodstock,
Inistioge, co. Kilkenny.


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