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Fourth son of William Harrington Tristram, Esq., of
Fowley, Hants, by Eleanor, only dau. of the Rev.
Miles Halton; 6.1870; to. 1895Ethelswyth, 2nddau.
of the late Alexander Henry Browne, Esq., of Callaly
Castle, Northumberland, and has 2 daus. Lieut.-Col.
Tri.stram, who was educated at Eton and at the R.
Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, and s. to the Wingfield estate
on the death of his cousin, the Rev. Emanuel
Halton, is Lieut.-Col. ret., late Major 12th R. Lancers
and commanded No. 1 Cav. Depdt, and was 2nd in
command 1st Reserve Regt. of Cav., with the temp,
rank of Lieut.-Col., im-18.— Wingfield Majior,
Alfreton, Derbyshire.

TRISTRAM, Samuel Barrington, Esq., of
Sompting Abbotts, Sussex.

Second son of Barrington Tristram, Esq., Lieut.
R.A., who (/. 1878 ; b. 1844 ; m. 1879 Blanche Ellen,
eldest dau. of the late Henry Peter Crofts, Esq., of
Sompting Abbotts, and has, with other issue, a son,
*Guy Henry, Major R.F.A. ; educated at Eton; b.
18.88 ; TO. 1919 Ruth, dau. of the late Major Philip
Cardew, R.E. Mr. Tristram, who was educated at
Merton Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1867, M.A. 1873), and
called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1872, was
formerly an Inspector under the Local Government
Board. Mrs. Tristram is Lady of the Manor of
Sompting Peverell, and Patron of 2 livings.— Sontj)-
ting Abbotts, Worthing ; Hope Cove, Eingsbridge,
S. Devon ; Oxford and Cambridge Club, s.w.

TRITTON, Sir Alfred Ernest, Bart.— Cr.

Only son of Sir (Charles) Ernest Tritton, let Bart.,
by Edith, 2nd dau. of the late Frederick Green,
Esq.; 6.1873; s.1918; m. 1898 Agneta Elspeth, only
dau. of the late William Middleton Campbell, Esq., of
Colgrain, Dumbartonshire. Sir Alfred Tritton was
educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge
(B.A. and LL.B. 1895).— Reeves Best, Chipstead,
Surrey ; Wellington Club, s.w.

Hiir, his son Geoffrey Erueat, educated at Eton ; b. 190O.

TRITTON, Sir Seymour Biscoe, K.B.E.,
M.Inst.C.E.— Cr. 1918.
Only son of Col. Frederick Biscoe Tritton, of Leam-
ington, who d. 1904; 6. 1860; m. 1888 Alice May,
dau. of the late Louis JuUion, Esq., Ph.D , of Low
Fell, Durham. Sir Seymour Tritton, who was edu-
cated at Haileybury Coll. and at Univ Coll., London,
proceeded to India 188.5 as Assistant Locomotive and
Carriage Superintendent Bengal & N.W. Railway and
subsequently served under the Government of India;
is a Partner in Messrs. Rendel, Palmer * Tritton, Civil
and Consulting Engineers to the Government of India
and to many Indian Railways, and since the war to
the War Office and Ministry of Munitions, and Chair-
man of the Standards Committee Conference on
locomotive desiga.—BeaconsJield, Suriiton West,
Surrey ; St. Stephen's Club, s.w. ; 12-14, Dartmouth
Street, Westminster, s.w.

-I- TRITTON, Sir William Ashbee, Knt. — Cr.

Son of WiUiam Birch Tritton, Esq. ; 6. 1875. Sir
William Tritton is a Member of the firm of Tritton,
Foster & Co., of Lincoln, is in the service of the
Ministry of Munitions, and took a large share in the
development of " The Tanks."— iinco?n.

TROLLOPE, the Hon. Mrs., of Crowcombe
Court, Somerset.
Ethel Mary, elder dau. of Col. George Henry War-
rington Carew, D.L., 1st (King's) Dragoon Guards, of
Crowcombe Court, who d. 1874, by Mary Philippa,
who d. 1913, only dau. of the late Peter Rickards
Mynors, Esq., of Treago, Herefordshire ; m. 1885 the
Hon. Robert Cranmer Trollope (2nd son of John, 1st
Lord Kesteven, ext.), a J.P. for Somerset and for the
Liberty of Peterborough, and Capt. and Hon. Major
late 3rd Batt. Northamptonshire Regt., who d. 1908,
leaving a son, Thomas Carew, 3rd and last Lord
Kesteven (cr. 1868), Capt. Lincolnshire Teo. ; 6. 1891 ;
s. his uncle John Henry, 2nd Lord, 1915, and d. of
wounds received on active service 1915 ; and a dau.,
the Hon. Dorothy Nesta; m. 1918 Capt. Froude
Dillon Bellew, D.S.O., M.C. {wlwin see). Mrs.




Trollope, who s. her brother Edmund George Carew,
Esq., 1886, is Patron of 1 living. — Croiocovibe Court,
Taunton ; 11, Manson Place, Queen's Gate, s.w.

TROLLOPE, Sir William Heney, Bart., of
Casewick House, Lincolnshire. — Cr.1641-2.

Elder surviving son of Gen. Sir Charles Trollope,
K.C.B. (3rd son of the 6th Bart.), who d. 1888, by his
1st wife Frances, who d. 1862, only child of the late
John Lord, Esq. ; b. 1808 ; s. his cousin Thomas
Carew, 3rd and last Lord Kesteven, Capt. Lincolnshire
Yeo. (who d. of wounds received on active service),
as 10th Bart., 1915; m. 1894 Louisa Charlotte
Campbell, only dau. of Capt. Frederick Erskine
Johnston, formerly R.N., and has 2 daus. Sir
William Trollope, who was educated at Eton and
at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1880, M.A. 1884),
was called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1883.—
Junior Carlton Club, s.w. ; 5, Montagic Square, w.
Heir I'res, bis brothcrThomas Erncst(twin ). calierl to the Bar
at tlje Innfr Temple 1885 ; educated at Eton and at Mag-
dalene Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1884, M.A. 1887) ; b. 1858.

TROLLOPE. See Kesteven, Lady.

TROTTER, Major-Gen. Sir James Keith,
K.C.B., C.M.G.— Or. 1912.

Second son of the Eev. Thomas Lowis Trotter, M.A.,
Kector of Great Stainton, co. Durham, who d. 1892, by
his 1st wife Isabella Napier, who d. 18.57, dau. of the
late James Keith, Esq. of Wemyss Place, Edinburgh ;
6. 1849; m. 1878 Alice, youngest dau. of the late
Francis James Crow, Esq., of Haugbton Hall, co.
Durham. Sir James Trotter, who was educated at
Eossall, at Durham School, and at the E. Mil.
Academy, Woolwich, is a Major-Gen. ret., late R.A.,
and temp. Col. and Co. Commandant Yorkshire (N.
Biding) Vol. Corps, and was D.A.A.G. Head Quarters
1892-5; British Commissioner for delimiting the
Anglo-French Frontier of Sierra Leone 1895-6 :
A.A.G. and D.A.G. S. Africa 1899-1901; A.A.G.
and A.Q.M.G. Head Quartera 1901-3 ; Deputy
Director-Gen. of Mobilization and Mil. Intelligence
1903-4 ; Brigadier-Gen, in charge cf Administration
W. Command 1905-6 ; in command of the troops
in Sierra Leone^l906-8 and Gen. Officer Comm. S.
Coast Defences l%OS~\l.—Aislaby Lodge, Sleights
R.S.O., Yorkshire ; United Service Club, s.w.

TROTTER, Sir Heney, K.C.M.G., C.B.— Cr.

Third and eldest surviving son of the late Alexander
Trotter, Esq., by his 1st wife Jaqueline Elizabeth, dau.
of the late Eight Eev. William Otter, D.D., Bishop of
Chichester; b. 1841; m. 1890 Olivia Georgiana, a
Lady of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem,
only dau. of the late Adm. Sir Geoi-ge Greville Wei-
lesley, G.C.B. Sir Henry Trotter, who was educated
at Cheltenham and at the East India Mil. Coll.,
Addiseombe, is a Lieut.-Col. ret. R.E., and was addi-
tional Mil. Attache at Constantinople 1877-8; Consul
for Kurdistan 1878-82 ; Mil. Attache at Constanti-
nople 1882-9 ; Consul-Gen. in Syria 1890-4, and H.M.'s
Consul-Gen. for Eumania, and British Delegate on
the European Commission for the Navigation of the
Danube 1894-1906. — AthencBum, and United Service
Cbibs, s.w. ; 18, Eaton Place, s.w.

TROTTER, Eliza Sophia, Lady, of Main- 1
house, Roxburghshire. [

Younger dau. of Charles Scott-Plumiuer, Esq., J.P.
and D.L., of Middlestead, and Sunderland Hall,
Selkirkshire, who d. 1880, by Sophia, who d. 1911,^
3rd dau. of the late Joseph Goff, Esq., of Hale Park, '

Hampshire; to.. 1886 Col. Sir Philip Durham
Trotter, of Mainhouse, a J.P. and D.L. for Rox-
burghshire, Chairman of the Executive Committee
of Queen Victoria School, Dunblane, for sons of
Scottish soldiers, and Col. ret., late Argyll and
Sutherland Highlanders, who commanded the 91st
Regimental Dist. 1898-1902, the Scottish Border
Vol. Infantry Brigade 1906-8, and the Lothians and
Border (afterwards S. Scottish) Brigade, T.F.,
1908-9, who had the Order of the Medjidie, 3rd
Class, and who was cr. Knt. 1908 and d. 1918. leav-
ing a son, *Philip Coutts, Lieut. Welsh Guards,
Special Eeserve ; educated at Charterhouse and
abroad; 6. l%^l.— Mainhouse, Kelso, Roxburghshire.

TROTTER, Alexander Lewis, Esq., of Dals-
hangan, Kirkcudbright.
Eldest son of Dr. Alexander Trotter, of Dalshangan,
who d. 1901, by Margaret, dau. of Mr. Edward Lewis,
of Oxton, Cheshire ; b. 1875 ; m. 1901 Ethel Eykyn
Edgar, dau. of the late Theodore Edgar Dickson-
Byrne, Esq., of Elshieshiels Tower, Lochmaben, Dum-
friesshire, and of Drumness, Kirkcudbright, and has
with other issue, a son, * Alexander Lewis, b. 1902. —
Dalshangan, New Galloway, N.B.

TROTTER, Col. Algeenon Richaed, D.S.O.,
M.V.O., of Mortonhall, Midlothian; and of
Charterhall, Berwickshire.
Eldest son of Major-Gen. Sir Henry Trotter, G.C.V.O.,
of Mortonhall and of Charterhall, who d. 1905, by
the Hon. Eva, who d. 1915, eldest dau. of Eobert
Francis, 2nd Lord Gifford ; b. 1870 ; m. 1901 Lady
Edith Mary Montgomerie, younger dau. of the 15th
Earl of Eglinton, and has, with other issue, a son,
» Henry Redvers, b. 1902. Col. Trotter, who was
educated at Eton, is a D.L. for Berwickshire, and
Major and Brevet Col. 2nd Life Guards ; was temp.
Lieut.-Col. Comm. Eeaerve Regt. of 2nd Life Guards
1916-18 ; appointed to Command Guards' M.G. Regt.
and Regimental Dist. 1918. - Mortonhall, Liberton.
Midlothian ; Charterliall, Dims, Berwickshire :
Bachelors' Club, w. ; Carlton, and Marlborough
Clubs, s.w. ; 9, Ovington Gardens, s.w.

TROTTER, Col. Charles William, C.B., of
The Manor House, Barton Hartshorne,

Eldest son of William Trotter, Esq., J.P., of King's
Beeches, Berkshire, who d. 1908, by Mary Isabel,
only dau. of the late WiUiam Davies, Esq. ; 6. ] 865 ;
m. 1890 the Hon. EUinor Hamilton, O.B.E., eldest
dau. of John Glencairn Carter, 1st Lord Hamilton of
Dalzell, and has had, with a dau., Marjorie EUinor,
a son, Archibald, Lieut. Coldstream Guards ; 6.
1892, and killed in action 1914. Col. Trotter, who
was educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cam-
bridge, is a J.P. for Buckinghamshire ; Lieut.-Col.
and Hon. Col. T.F. Reserve, late S. Nottingham-
shire Hussars Yeo., T.D., and Lord of the Manor of
Barton Hartshorne. —Tlie Manor House, Barton
Hartshorne, Buckingham ; Bachelors' Club, w. ;
Brooks's Club, s.w. ; 31, Bruton Street, w.

TROTTER, Feedeeick Liddell, Esq., of
Dyrham Park, Hertfordshire.
Only surviving son of Col. Frederick Trotter, J.P.
and D.L., 7th Batt. King's R. Eitte Corps, of Dyrham
Park, who d. 1900, by Mary Elizabeth, eldest dau.
of the late Richard Durant, Esq., of Sharpham,
Devon, and of High Canons, Herts; b. 1898;
educated at Eton and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sand-
hurst ; is Lieut. King's R. Rifle Corps Dyrham

Park, near Barnet, Herts.



TROTTER, Lieut.-Col. John Moubkay, of
Colinton House, Midlothian.

Fourth son of Archibald Trotter, Esq., J.P., of Dreg.
horn, Midlothian, who d. 1844, by Louisa Jane, who
d. 1895, youngest dau. of the late James Strange, Esq.,
H.E.I.C.S. ; b. 1842 ; w. 1876 the Hon. Mary Gather,
ine Elizabeth, who d. 1908, only child of Ralph, 2nd
and last Lord Dunfermline, K.C.B., and has, with
other issue, * Archibald MacGregor, educated a
Trinity CoU., Cambridge (B.A. 1900) ; b. 1878. Lieut.
Col. Trotter is a J. P. and D.L. for and Convene
of Midlothian, and an Hon. Lieut.-Col. ret. Bengal
Staff Corps, and served for many years on the Staff
of the Army in India. — Colinton House, Midlothian,
N.B. ; Naval and Military Club, w. ; New Club,

TROTTER, Mrs. John, of Brickendon Grange,
Louisa Blanche, 2nd dau. of Richard Durant, Esq.,
of Sharpham, Devonshire, and of High Canons,
Hei tfordshire, who d. 1886, by Charlotte Still, who d.
1863, eldest dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. Alexander
William Dashwood, of The Grange, Shenley, Hert-
fordshire ; TO. 1886 John Trotter, Esq., of Brickendon
Grange, who d. 1913, leaving, with other issue, a
son, *Richard Durant, educated at Eton and at
Trinity Coll., Cambridge ; b. 188T. —Brickeiidmi
Grange, Hertford.

TROTTER, William Dale Chaytoe, Esq., of
Byers Green Hall, co. Durham.

Only son of Lieut.-Col. William Kemp Trotter, 4th
Batt. W. Riding (Duke of Wellington's) Regt., J.P.
and D.L., of Byers Green Hall, late Lieut. W. Riding
(Duke of Wellington's) Regt., who d. 1911, by Kate,
eldest dau. of Richard Sims Donkin, Esq., J.P. and
D.L., formerly of Campville, Northumberland ; b.
1900. — Residence : Langton Grange, Gainford, co.

TROTTER, of Ballindean, Perthshire. See Stead.

TROTTER, of Bush, Castlelaw, and Dryden,
Midlothian. See Abernethy.

TROTTER. See Otway-Ruthven.


Beefsteak Club,

Corps.— iJ. Autmtwbile Club, s.w. ;
w.c. ; 48, Great Cumberlmid Place,

Heir, his son Thomas St. Vincent Wallace. M.B.B., Lieut.

Kings R. Rifle Corps; educated at Wellington Ooll. aud

at the R. Mil. Ooll., Sandhurst ; b. 1895.

TROTTER-CRANSTOUN, the fate Joseph
Young, Esq., of Dewar, and Harvieston,
Eldest son of the late William St. Clair Trotter,
Esq. (by Catherine Anne, dau. of the late Joseph
Evans, Esq.), and grandson of the late Young
Trotter, Esq., of Cruicksfield, Berwickshire, and
of Jane, dau. of the late George Cranstoun, Esq., of
Dewar and Harvieston ; b. 1840 ; s. his uncle George
Cranstoun Trotter-Cranstoun, Esq., 1885, and d.
1914 ; was a J.P. for Midlothian. These estates
are at present held by Trustees.— HorDiesto7i, Gare-
bridge, N.B.

TROUBRIDGE, Sir Thomas Herbert Coch-
rane, Bart.— Or. 1799.

Elder son of Sir Thomas St. Vincent Hope Cochrane
Troubridge, 3rd Bart., C.B., by Louisa Jane, who d.
1867, dau. of the late Daniel Gurney, Esq., and grand-
dau. of William, 15th Earl of Erroll ; 6. 1860 ; s. 1867 ;
TO. 1893 Laura, dau. of the late Charles Gurney, Esq.
Sir Thomas Troubridge, who was educated at Well-
ington Coll. and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is
temp. Capt. in the Army ; late Capt. King's R. Rifle

(Charles) Edward, K.C.B.,
-Cr. K.C.B. 1909, K.C.V.O.


K.C.V.O. -

Eldest son of the Rev. Robert Troup, M.A., of Huntly,
Aberdeenshire, who d. 1900, by Margaret, who d.
1869, eldest dau. of the late James Macdonald, Esq.,
of The Farm, Huntly ; b. 1857 ; to. 1897 Winifred
Louisa, youngest dau. of the late George MacDonald,
Esq., LL.D., of Bordighera, Italy. Sir Edward
Troup, who was educated at Aberdeen Univ. and at
Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1883, Hon. LL.D. Aber-
deen 1912), called to the Bar at the Middle
Temple 1888, and entered the Home Office
1880, was Principal Clerk 1896-1903 and Assis-
tant Under Secretary of State for the Home
Department 1903-8, since when he has been
Permanent Under Secretary of State; appointed
Secretary of the Order of the British Empire 1918.
— Atlienauni, and Oxford and Cambridge Clubs,
s.w. ; 44, Grosvenor Road, s.w.

TROWER, Sir Walter, Knt.— Cr. 1915.

Eldest surviving son of Capt. Edward Spencer
Trower, late 9th Lancers, of Stausteadbury, who d.
1896, by Emma, whod. 1888, eldest dau. of the late
Adm. Thomas Le Marchant Gosselin, of Bengeo Hall,
Hertfordshire ; b. 1853 ; m. 1884 Mabel, only dau. of
the late Capt. Henry Plantagenet Prescott PheUps,
R.A., of Oaten Hill, Canterbury. Sir Walter Trower,
who was educated at Haileybury, and admitted a Soli-
citor 1876, is Senior Partner in the firm of Trower,
Still, Parkin & Keeling, Solicitors, and was President
of the Law Society 1913-li.—Hollyhurst, Burwash
Weald, Sussex ; Junior Carlton Club, s.w. ; 11,
Talbot Square, Hyde Park, w. ; 5, New Square,
Lincoln's Inn, w.c.

-HTROTTE, Lieut. - Col. Gilbert John
ACLAND, C.M.G., D.S.O., of Huntsham
Court, Devonshire.
Elder surviving son of Col. Charles Arthur Williams
Troyte, J.P. and D.L., of Huntsham Court, who d.
1896, by Katharine Mary, eldest dau. of Sir John
Walrond Walrond, 1st Bart. ; b. 1876 ; s. his brother
Lieut.-Col. Hugh Leonard Acland Troyte, J.P. and
D.L., T.F. Reserve, late 4th Batt. Devonshire Regt.,
who was killed in action, 1918 ; m. 1909 Gwladys
Eleanor, only dau. of Ernest Henry Godolphin
Quicke, Esq., of Barton House, Devonshire. Lieut.-
Col. Acland Troyte, who was educated at Eton and
at Trinity Hall, Cambridge, is Major and Brevet
Lieut.-Col. (temp. Lieut.-Col.) King's R. Rifle Corps,
and Patron of 1 living ; has been an A.A. and Q.M.G.
since 1915 ; has the French Croix de Guerre. —
Huntsham Cotirt, Bampton, N. Devon ; Army and
Navy Club, s.w.

TROYTE - BULLOCK, Lieut.-Col. Edward
George, C.M.G., of Zeals House, Wiltshire.
Eldest son of George Troyte-Chafyn-Grove, Esq., J.P.
and D.L., of Zeals House, and of North Coker House,
Somerset, who d. 1913, by his 2nd wife Alice, who d.
1915, 3rd dau. of Sir Glynne Earle Welby-Gregory,
3rd Bart., of Denton Manor, Lincolnshire ; b. 1862 ;
to. 1898 Grace Amy Margaret, eldest dau. of the late
Col. John Mount Batten, C.B., of Upcerue House,
Dorsetshire, and of Aldon, Somerset, and has, with
other issue, a son, ■* George Victor, educated at the
4 B 1345




E. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst; b. 1900. Lieut.-Col.
Troyte-BuUock, who was educated at Eton, and was
formerly Capt. 1st R. Dragoons, is a J.P. for Wilt-
shire, a J.P. and D.L. for Dorsetshire, Lieut.-Col.
T.F. Reserve, T.D., late Comm. Q.O. Dorset Yec,
Capt. Reserve of Officers, and Patron of 2 livings.—
Zeals House, Zeals, Wiltshire ; Naval and Military
Club, w.

+ TEOYTE-BULLOCK, Hugh Ambrose,
Esq., of North Coker House, Somerset.

Second son of George Trojte-Chafyn-Grove, Esq.,
J.P. and D.L., of North Coker House, and of Zeals
House, Wiltshire, who d. 1913, by his '2nd wile AUce,
who d. 1915, 3rd dau. of Sir Glynne Earle Welby-
Gregory, 3rd Bart., of Denton Manor, Lincolnshire ;
b. 1867 ; m. 1891 Rosa, youngest dau. of the late John
Caulfeild, Esq., of Dundrum, Ireland, and has a dau.,
Margaret. — North Coker House, Yeovil, Somerset ;
Wolfville, Nova Scotia.


TEUBSHAW, Mrs., of Aelybryn, Car-
Lucy, eldest dau. of the late Josiah Timmis Smith,
Esq., J. P., of Rhine Hill, Stratford-on-Avon ; m.
1882 Ernest Trubshaw, Esq., of Aelybryn, a J. P.,
D.L. and Vice-Chairman of Quarter Sessions for
Carmarthenshire (High Sheriff 1901), who d. 1910,
leaving, with other issue, a son, * Harold Ernest,
a J.P. for Carmarthenshire and Major R.E., T.F. ;
educated at Uppingham and at Clare Coll., Cam-
bridge (B.A. 1906, M.A. 1909); b. 1883; m. 1918
Victoria Gertrude, younger dau. of the late Harry
Lloyd-Carter, Esq. — Aelybryn, Llanelly, Carmar-

TRUELL, the Rev. William Henry Augustus,
of Clonmannon, co. Wicklow.

Only surviving son of the Rev. William Truell, of
Tyneham, Dorset, who d. 1885, by Jane, who d. 1890,
dau. of the late John Hawkesworth, Esq., of Forest,
Queen's Co. ; 6. 1843 ; s. his cousin Henry Pomeroy
Truell, Esq., M.B., J.P. and D.L., 1902; m. 1873
Lady Cornelia Stuart, sister of the 15th, 16th and 17th
Earls of Moray, and has, with other issue, a son,
* Robert Holt Stuart, 6. 1875. Mr. Truell, who was
educated at Cheltenham Coll. and at Trinity Coll.,
Cambridge (B.A. 1865), was Rector of Chettle, Dorset,
1868-80 ; Vicar of Bramshaw, Hampshire, 1880-1 ;
Rector of Iwerne Courtney, Dorset, 1881-94 ; Vicar
of Wall, Staffordshire, 1894-1902; Diocesan In-
spector of Schools for 10 years in Dorset and for 4
years in Staffordshire and High Sheriff of co.
Wicklow 191 9.— CZo)ma?i)K)»,Ea«/me«;, co. Wicklow.

TRUEMAN, Major Henby John Hamilton,
of Oakwell-in-the Blean, Kent.

Second son of Lieut.-Col. Charles Hamilton True-
man, J.P., late 32nd L.I., of Oakwell-in-the-Blean,
who d. 1917, by Dorothea Magdalena, who d.
1914, younger dau. of the late John Patrick Fitz
Gerald, Esq., M.D. ; b. 1878 ; m. 1911 Margery
Norman, younger dau. of the late William Norman
Wightwick, Esq., of Canterbury, and has a dau., Jean
Hamilton. Major Trueman, who was educated at
King's School, Canterbury, and at the R. Mil. Coll.,
Sandhurst, is Major 43rd Erinpura Regt., Indian
KnOiy.—OakweU in-the-Blean, Canterbury.

TRURO, Bishop of (the Right Rev. Feedeuic
SuMPTEE Guy Wabman, D.D.).
Son of Frederick Warman, Esq., of Highbury, London,
by Caroline AshfA. 1872; m. 1899 Gertrude, dau.
of the late Norwood Earle, Esq., of Dover. The
Bishop of Truro, who was educated at Merchant
Taylors' School and at Pembroke Coll., Oxford (B.A.
1894, M.A. 1897, B.D. 1907, D.D. 1911, M.A. ad
emidem Durham 1908), was Vice-Principal of St.
Aidan's Coll. 1901-2 and Principal 1907-16 ; Vicar of
Birkenhead 1902-7 ; Surrogate, diocese of Chester,
1902 16 ; Licensed Preacher in the dioceses of Liver-
pool and Chester 1908-16 ; Lecturer, Liverpool Univ.,
1908-16 ; Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of
Accra 1909-10, to the Bishop of Manchester 1909-
19 and to the Bishop of Chelmsford 1914-19 ; Com-
missary to the Archbishop of Sydney 1909-19, and
Vicar and Rural Dean of Bradford 1916-19 ; con-
secrated Bishop of Truro 1919 ; is Patron of 2
Archdeaconries, 3 Canonries and 45 livings and
11 alternately with The Crown. — Lis Escop, Truro ;
Authors' Club, s.w.

TRUSCOTT, Sir Geoege Wyatt, Bart., of
Oakleigh, Sussex.— Cr. 1909.
Second and elder surviving son of Sir Francis Wyatt
Truscott, of Oakleigh, an Aid. of the City of London
(Lord Mayor 1880), who d. 1895, by Eliza, who d.
1899, dau. of the late James Freeman, Esq. ; b.
1857 ; m. 1889 Jessie Guthrie, a Lady of Grace of
the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, eldest dau. of
the late George Gordon Stanham, Esq., of Glen-
thorne, Grove Park, Chiswick. Sir George Truscott,
who was educated at Brighton and in Paris, is an
Aid. of the City of London (Sheriff 1902-3, Lord
Mayor of London 1909), an Officer of the Legion of
Honour and of the Order of Leopold of Belgium, a
Knight Commander of the Order of the Vasa of
Sweden, with Star, and of the Imperial Order of the
Rising Sun of Japan, a Knight Grand Cross of the
Order of St. Stanislas of Russia, and one of H.M.'s
Lieuts. for the City of London. — Oakleigh, East
Grinstead ; 100, Marina, St. Leonards-on-Sea ;
Carlton, and Junior Carlton Clubs, s.w. ; City
Carlton Club, e.g.

Heir, hia son Eric Homewood Stanham, i. 1898.

TRYE, Mrs., of Hartshill, Warwickshire.

Mary Elizabeth, only child of Richard Roberts Jee,
Esq., J. P., of Hartshill, who d. 1890, by Mary, dau. of
the Rev. Henry Hutchins ; m. 1865 Henry Norwood
Trye, Esq., of Leckhampton, Gloucestershire, who
was a J.P. for co. Warwick, and who d. 1902, leaving,
with other issue,"* Charles Brandon, b. 1867; m. 1898
Mary, youngest dau. of the late Vice-Adm. Benjamin
Spencer Pickard, and has a son, * Charles Brandon,
6. I'dm.— Hartshill, Atherstone.

TRYON, the Hon. Lady.

Clementina Charlotte, elder dau. of Gilbert John, 1st
Lord Aveland, who d. 1867, and of Clementina Eliza-
beth, 21st Baroness Willoughby de Eresby, who d.
1888 ; VI. 1869 Vice-Adm. Sir George Tryon, who was
cr. K.C.B. 1887, and d. 1893.— 45, Eaton Place, s.w.

TRYON, of Bulwick, Northamptonshire. See


TUBBS, Mrs., of Mayertorne Manor, Bucking-
Fanny Cecilia, eldest dau. and co-heiress of the late
Charles William Minet, Esq., of Baldwyns, Kent ;
m. 1861 Robert Tubbs Nightingale Tubbs, Esq., of




Mayertorne Manor, who was a Capt. Bombay Army,
and Col. CinqUe Ports Volunteers, anil who d. 1891.
—Residence: Caple-ne-Ferne, St. Leonards-on-Sea :
Albemarle Club, w.

TUCK, Sir Adolph, Bart.— Cr. 1910.
Second son of Raphael Tuck, Esq., of Highbury,
who d. 1904, by Ernestine, who d. 1899, dau.
of the late David Lissner, Esq., of Sohrimm,
Prussia; b. 18.54; m. 1882 Jeanetta, dau. of the
late William Flatau, Esq., of Highbury. Sir
Adolph Tuck, who was educated at Elizabeth Coll.,
Breslau, is Head of the firm of Raphael Tuck & Sons
Ltd., art and book Fahlishers.— National Liberal,
and British Empire Clubs, s.w. ; 29, Park Crescent,
Portland Place, w.

Heir, his son William Regiuald, Capt. and Hon. Major Ter-
ritorial Force Reserve, late Capt. 3rd Co. of London (Sharp-
shooters) Yeo. ; educated at OliftonColl. : 6.1863; m. 1917
Gladys, 2nd dau. of N. Alfred Nathan, Esq., of Wickford,
Auckland, New Zealand, and widow of Desmond Fosberry
Kettle, Esq., Lieut. Auckland Mounted Rifles.

TUCKEE, Sir Charles, G.C.B., G.C.V.O.—
Cr. K.C.B. 1900, G.C.V.O. 1905, G.C.B.

Son of the late Robert Tucker, Esq., of The Hall,
Ashburton, Devon; b. 1839; m. 1st 186.5 Matilda
Frederica, who d. 1897, dau. of the late John Hayter,
Esq., Painter-in-Ordinary to Queen Victoria ; 2ndly
1902 Ellen Mary, only dau. of Sir Maurice James
O'Connell, 2nd Bart., of Lakeview, co. Kerry.
Sir Charles Tucker is a Lieut.-Gen. ret. and Col. of
the S. Staffordshire Regt. ; commanded the 7th and

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