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Navigation Co. and of the British Indian Steam
Navigation Co. Ltd., and has been a Member of the
Port of London Authority since 1909. — Bedfords,
Bavering-atte-Bower, Essex ; Oriental Club, w. ; 9,
Palace Court, Bayswater, w.

TURNEE, Eleanor Charlotte, Lady.

Eldest dau. of Edward Silcock, Esq., of Chittisham,
near Ely ; ?». 1888, as his '2nd wife, Sir George
Turner, M.B., M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., a J.P. for the
Cape, Transvaal, and Orange River Colonies, who
was Medical Officer of Health and Public Analyst
to the Borough and Port of Portsmouth 1873-80;
Medical Officer of Health for the Hertfordshire and
Essex combined Sanitary Dists. 1880-95 ; Lecturer
on Hygiene at Guy's Hospital 1882-95 ; Examiner
for D.P.H. of the K. Colls, of Physicians and Surgeons,
London, 1890-5; Medical Officer of Health, Cape
Colony, 1895-1900; Director of the Government
rinderpest experimental Station, Kimberley, 1897-8 ;
a Member of the Cape Medical Council 1898-1900 ;
Sanitary Adviser to Earl Roberts in S. Africa 1900-2 ;
Medical Officer of Health for the Transvaal 1900-8 ;
Superintendent of the Pretoria Leper Asylum and a
Member of the Transvaal Medical Council 1902-8 ;
M.L.C. Transvaal 1903-6 and Census Commissioner
there 1904, and who was cr. Knt. 1913 and d.

TURNER, Sir Samuel, Knt.— Cr. 1914.

Son of Samuel Turner, Esq., of Rochdale, who d.
1880, by Jane, who d. 1855, dau. of the late Robert
Nuttall, Esq., of Rochdale ; b. 1840 ; m. 1st 1864
Sarah Jane, who d. 1896, dau. of the late Thomas
Fielding, Esq., of Clitheroe, Lancashire ; 2ndly 1900
Arabella, who d. 1911, dau. of the late William
Southern Bellamy, Esq., of Gedney, Lincolnshire ;
3rdly 1910 Lavinia Heath, dau. of William Wilson, |
Esq., of Knaresborough, Yorkshire. Sir Samuel i
Turner, who was educated at Rochdale, is Senior
Partner in the firm of Samuel Turner & Co. Ltd.,
Cotton Manufacturers, and of Turner Bros., Asbestos
Manufacturing Co. Ltd., Rochdale ; a J.P. for Lanca-
shire and a J.P. for and an Aid. of Rochdale, of
which he was Mayor 1901-3. — Cliasclcy, Rochdale,

TURNER, Major Charles, of Thatcham
House, Berkshire.
Eldest son of Robert Turner, Esq., of Bishopfield,
Nottinghamshire, who d. 1873 ; b. 1862 ; m. 1st 1886
Ella, who d. 1887, dau. of Charles James Thornton,
Esq., of St. Petersburg ; 2udly 1892 Jane Elizabeth,
dau. of the late Adm. Sir Alexander BuUer, G.C.B.,
of Erie Hall, Devonshire, and has, with other issue, a
son, * Charles Walter, M.C., Capt. 1st R. Dragoons;
educated at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst; b. 1887.
Major Turner, who was educated at Uppingham and
at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is a J.P. and C.C. for
Berkshire, Major Reserve of Officers, and Major ret.
late R. Berkshire Regt. — Thatcham House, Newbury ;
Army and Navy, aiid Wellington Clubs, s.w.

TURNER, Charles Hampden, Esq., of Rooks-
nest, Surrey.
Only son of Major Charles Hampden Turner, of
Rooksnest, temp. Major 7th (Service) Batt. Suffolk

Regt., and Capt. Reserve of Officers, late Suffolk
Regt., who d. (killed in action) 1915, by Ethel
Lilian, 3rd dau. of the late Hon. Sir William Robert
Burkitt, a Puisne Judge of the High Court of the
N.W. Provinces and Oudh, India ; b. 1905 ; is Patron
ot.l living. -Residence : Mcrlands, Oodstone, Surrey.

TURNER, Ernest Edward, Esq., of Sbipton
Oliffe Manor, Gloucestershire.

Eldest son of William Barrow Turner, Esq., J.P. and
D.L., Ponsonby Hall, Cumberland, who d. 1916, by
his Ist wife Adah, who d. 1893, 3rd dau. of the late
Nathaniel Caine, Esq., of Liverpool, and Broom Hill,
Lancashire; 6.1871; ra. 1900 Beatrice, eldest dau. of
Herbert Unwin, Esq., of Arle Court, Gloucestershire.
Mr. Turner, who was educated at Harrow and at
Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1894, M.A. 1895), is a
Magistrate for Gloucestershire (High Sheriff 1917)
and Lord of the Manor of Shipton Oliffe.— Shipton
Oliffe Manor, Andoversford,Oloucestershire; Qarrick
Chtb, w.c. ; Banelagh Club, s.w.

TURNER, Henry John, Esq., of Braziers
End, Buckinghamshire.
Eldest son of Henry Turner, Esq., of Hampstead,
who d. 1885, by Sarah, who d. 1904, dau. of the
late Joseph Rodway, Esq., of Edgware, Middlesex ;
b. 1855 ; m. 1880 Mary Elizabeth, dau. of G. Baxter
Smith, Esq., and has, with other issue, a son, * George
Rogers, Capt. 3rd Batt. The Buffs (E. Kent. Regt.) ;
late Lieut. 3rd K.O. Hussars, Special Reserve ; pre-
viously Lieut. 3rd K.O. Hussars ; educated at Radley ;
b. 1883 ; m. 1909 Edith Marguerite, 2nd dau. of the
late Edward Smith, Esq., of Kidderminster, and has,
with other issue, a son, * Henry Rogers, b. 1910.
Mr. Turner is a Magistrate for Buckinghamshire
(High Sheriff 1914), Lord of the Manors of Choles-
bury and Hawridge and joint Patron of 1 living. —
Braziers End, Cholesbury, Tring ; Constitutional
Club, w.c. ; Kennel Club, w.

TURNER, Col. James Abpinall, of Over Hall,
Eldest son of William Turner, Esq., J. P., of Over Hall,
who d. 1904, by Anne Elizabeth Marshall, who d.
1903, dau. of the late AVilliam Schofield Payne, Esq.,
of London ; 6. 1862 ; m. 1903 Dorothy Vernon, 3rd

j dau. of Harry Clegg, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Plas Llan-

j fair, Anglesey, and has, with other issue, a eon,
* William Aspinall, b. 1904. Col. Turner, who was
educated at Winchester and at Owens Coll., Man-

I Chester, is a Magistrate for Cheshire, an Hon. Col.

j in the Army, and Hon. Col., previously Lieut.-Col.
Comm. 4th Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers, formerly

, Capt. 3rd Batt. Cheshire Regt. — Residence : Tli£
Landing, Lakeside, Ulverston, Lancashire ; Junior
United Service Club, s.w.; Conservative Club.

{ Manchester ; B. Windermere Yacht Club, Bowness ;

' R. Anglesey Yacht Club, Beaumaris.

TURNER, Mrs., of Chadswell, Lancashire.

Ahce Woodcock, youngest dau. of Robert Winstanley,
Esq., of Wigan, who d. 1849, by Margaret, who d.
1845. dau. of the late James Naylor, Esq. ; m. 1866
Henry Turner, Esq., of Chadswell, who was a J.P. for
cos. Lancaster and Derby and for Stockport, and
Hon. Lieut.-Col. ret. 4th Batt. Cheshire Regt., an c^
who d. 1903.— Chadswell. near Clitluroe.

TURNER, Mrs., of Mambury, Devon.

Levina Beatrice, dau. of the Rev. John Dayman, of
Mambury, who d. 1871, by Elizabeth, dau. of Capt.
George Frederick Angelo ; m. 1903, as his 2nd wife.




George Turner, Esq., of Bideford, Devon, who d. 1913.
Mrs. Turner s. her brother Arthur Edward Dayman,
Esq., 1893. — Mambury, Brandis Corner, Devon.

TUENER, Mrs., of Pentreheylin, Montgomery-
Minnie, younger dau. of Edward Beck, Esq., of
Gippsland, Australia, who d. 1890, by Georgina
Emmerson, who d. 1878 ; to. 1902 Noel Price James
Turner, Esq., of Pentreheylin, a J. P. for Montgomery-
Bhire (High Sheriff 1909) and Lieut. 3rd Batt. S.
Wales Borderers, who d. of wounds received in action

1915, leaving, with other issue, a son, » John James,
b. 1907.— Residence : Sylfaen, Welshpool, Mont-

TUENER, Mrs., of Turner Hall, and
Tipperty, Aberdeenshire.

Lucy Ethel Janet, dau. of Henry Maynard Harding,
Esq., of TuUamaine Castle, co. Tipperary, who d.
1885, by Lucy Louisa Holroyde, who d. 1912, only
dau. of the late C. K. Magrath, Esq., of Tralee,
CO. Kerry; m. 1883 John Turner, Esq., late Capt.
and Hon. Major 3rd Batt. Gordon Highlanders, of
Turner Hall, and Tipperty, a J.P. and D.L. for
Aberdeenshire and a Barrister-at-Law, who d.

1916, leaving, with other issue, a son, *John, Capt.
114th Mahrattas, Indian Army; educated at Trinity
Coll., Glenalmond ; b. 1884 ; to. 1915 Dorothy Vere,
younger dau. of Robert Fitz-Gerald, Esq., M.D., of
Lauderdale Road, W. — Turner Hall, Ellon, Aberdeen-
shire ; Kinliarrachie, Ellon, Aberdeenshire.

TUENER. See Page - Ttirtier ; Polhill ; and

TURNER-TURNER, John Edmund Unett
Phillipson, Esq., formerly of Avon Castle,
Only son of John Turner-Turner, Esq., of Avon Castle,
who d. 1874, by Marion Maria Dorothea, who d. 1896,
dau. of the late Joseph James Parish Hoare, Esq., of
Brownlow, Hampshire ; b. 1855 ; to. 1882 Eleanor
Martha (Lily), eldest dau. of the late Lieut.-Col
Edmund Alexander Hannay, formerly Antrim Militia
Artillery. Mr. Turner-Turner, who was educated at
Wellington CoU., and was formerly Capt. Hampshire
Yeo. Cav., is a Magistrate for Hampshire and temp.
Lieut. 4th Batt. Hampshire Vol.Regt. — Abbey Spring,
Beaulieu, Hampshire.

TURNEY, Sir John, Knt.— Cr. 1889.

Second son of Mr. John Turney, by Ellen, dau. of
the late Edward Nicholson, Esq., of Epperstone
Notts ; b. 1839 ; m. 1st 1865 Mary Ellen, who d. 1866
dau. of the late Edward Nicholson, Esq., of Man
Chester; 2ndly 1879 Juliette Emma, who d. 1891
dau. of Alfred Topham, Esq. Sir John Turney is a
J.P. for Notts, and Aid. of and a J.P. for Nottingham
(Mayor 1888-9). — Gedling Hotise, Nottingham
Liberal Club, Nottingham.

TURNLY, Feancis John Seymoue, Esq., of
Drumnasole, co. Antrim.
Elder son of John Turnly, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
Drumnasole, who d. 1909, by Charlotte Emily, who
d. 1909, eldest dau. of the late Right Hon. Edward
Litton, Q.C., a Master in Chancery, Ireland ; b. 1862 ;
to. 1896 Hessie Metcalf McNeill, younger dau. of the
late Charles Henry Higginson, Esq., of Springmount
and Bockport, co. Antrim, and has had, with a dau.,
2 sons, John Francis, temp. Lieut. M.G.C. ; b. 1898,
and killed in action 1918 ; and * Archibald Gordon

Edward, b. 1902. Mr. Turnly, who was educated
at Uppingham, is a Magistrate for cos. Antrim,
Galway, and Mayo. — Drumnasole, Glenarm, co.
Antrim : Kildare Street Club, Dublin.

TURNOR, Lady Maky Katheeine, C.B.E.,
formerly of Panton Hall, Lincolnshire.

Eldest dau. of Charles, 10th Marquis of Huntly, who
d. 1863, by his 2nd wife Maria Antoinetta, who d.
1893, dau. of the late Kev. Peter William Pegus ; m.
1866 Edmund Turnor, Esq., of Panton Hall and Stoke
Rochford, Lincolnshire, who was a J.P. and D.L. for
Lincolnshire, and M.P. for Grantham in 1868, and
for S. Lincolnshire 1868-80, and who d.s.p. 1903.

TURNOR, Cheistophee Hatton, Esq., of
Stoke Rochford, Lincolnshire.

Only son of Christopher Hatton Turnor, Esq., who d.
1914, by Alice Margaret, who d. 1916, eldest dau.
of the late Hon. Hamilton H. Killaly, of Toronto,
Canada ; 6. 1873 ; m. 1907 Sarah Marie Talbot (whom
see), only dau. of the late Adm. the Hon. Walter Cecil
Cai-penter, of Kiplin, Yorkshire. Mr. Turnor, who
was educated at Ch. Ch., Oxford, is a Magistrate for
Parts of Lindsay and for Parts of Kesteven, Lincoln-
shire (High SherifT of Lincolnshire 1918), and Patron
of 7 livings. — Stoke Rochford, Grantham ; Travellers'
Club, s.w. ; Burlington Fine Arts' Club, w.

TURNOR, Mrs., of Kiplin, Yorkshire.

Sarah Marie Talbot, only dau. of Adm. the Hon.
Walter Cecil Carpenter, of Kiplin, who d. 1904, by his
1st wife Maria Georgiana, who d. 1876, 4th dau. of
the late Sir Robert Miller Mundy, K.C.M.G.; to. 1907
Christopher Hatton Turnor, Esq., of Stoke Roch-
ford, Lincolnshire {whom see).— Stoke Rochford,

TURNOUR. See Winterton, Earl.



TURPIN, Sir William Gibbs, K.C.B.— Cr.

Third son of Henry Turpin, Esq., of Harlesden. who
d. 1858, by Caroline Amelia Gibbs, who d. 1909, 6th
dau. of the late William Pitman, Esq., of Stow-on-the-
Wold, Gloucestershire; b. 1854; 7n. 1883 Charlotte
Frances Emily, 2nd dau. of the late Francis
William Moore, Esq., of Theydon Bois, Essex. Sir
William Turpin, who entered the National Debt
Office 1873, was Assistant Comptroller 1904-10,
since when he has been Comptroller-Gen. and
Secretary. — Biishey Heath, Hertfordshire ; 19, Old
Jewry, e.g.

TURTON, Edmund Russboeough, Esq., of
Upsall, Yorkshire ; and of Russborough,
CO. Wicklow.

Eldest son of Edmund Henry Turton, Esq., of Upsall,
who d. 1896, by Lady Cecilia Mary, who d. 1903,
younger dau. and co-heiress of Joseph, 4th Earl of
Milltown (dormant) ; b. 1857 ; s. Geraldine Evelyn,
widow of his uncle Edward Nugent, 6th Earl of
Milltown, at Russborough, 1914 ; to. 1888 Clemen-
tina Sarah, 4th dau. of the late Right Hon. Sir
Spencer Cecil Brabazon Ponsonby-Fane, G.C.B.,
I.S.O., of Brympton, Somerset, and had a son,
Edmund Spencer, Lieut. Yorkshire Hussars Yeo. ;
called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1912; b.
18S9, and killed in action 1915. Mr. Turton, who




was educated at Eton and at Oxford, and called to
the Bar at the Inner Temple 1882, is a J.P., D.L., C.C.
and Chairman of Quarter Sessions for the N. Riding
of Yorkshire ; elected M.P. for the Thirsk and
Malton Div. of the N. Eiding of Yorkshire 1915.—
Ugthorp Lodge, Wliitby ; Bussborough, Blessington,
CO. Wicklow : Carlton, Brooks's, and Baldwin Clubs,
s.w. ; Yorkshire Club, York ; Kildare Street Club,

TURTON, Robert Bell, Esq., of Kildale,

Second son of Edmund Henry Turton, Esq., of Upsall,
Y'orkshire, who d. 1896, by Lady Cecilia Mary, who d.
1903, younger dau. and co-heiress of Joseph, 4th Earl
of Milltown (dormant) ; b. 1859 ; m. 1897 Marion
Edith, 2nd dau. of the late Col. Godfrey Wentworth
Beaumont, Scots Guards, and has, with other issue, a
son, *Godfrey Edmund, b. 1901. Mr. Turton, who was
educated at Eton and at Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A.
1882, M.A. 1884), and called to the Bar at the Inner
Temple 1883, is a Magistrate for the N. Riding of
Yorkshire, Major ret., late Brd Batt. and temp. Major
Gen. List, late 12th (Service) Batt. Alexandra,
Princess of Wales's Yorkshire Regt.— Kildale Hall,
Grosmont R.S.O., Yorkshire; Atlienceum, and
Brooks's Clubs, s.w.


TWEEDDALE, Marquis of (William George

Montagu Hay, F.Z.S.).— Cr. 1694.

Eldest son of William Montagu, 10th Marquis, K.T.,

by Candida Louisa, 3rd dau. of Signor Vincenzo

Bartolucci, of Cantiano, Italy; b. 1884; s. 1911;

m. 1912 Marguerite Christine, only dau. of

Ralh, Esq., and step-dau. of Lewis Einstein, Esq., and
has a dau., Lady Helene Candida. The Marquis of
Tweeddale, who was educated at Eton and at Ch.
X!h., Oxford, and sits in the House of Lords as Lord
Tweeddale, U.K. (cr. 1881), is Hereditary Chamber-
lain of Dunfermline, a D.L. for Haddingtonshire
and Major ret., late Capt. 1st Life Guards, Special
Reserve, and was temp. Major 3rd Lowland Brigade
E.F.A., T.F., 1915-17, formerly Lieut. 1st Life
Guards and previously Lieut. Lothians and Berwick-
shire Imp. Yeo. — Yester House, Haddington. N.B.;
192, St. James's Court, Btickingham, Gate, s.w.

Heir Pres., his brother Lord Edward Douglfts John, Lieut.
Greoadier liuardg ; late temp. Capt. Lothians and Border
Horse Yeo. ; educated at Eton and at Magdalen Coll.,
Oxford ; 6. 1888 : m. 1917 Violet Florence Catherine
(Bridget), only child of Capt. Cameron Barclay, formerly
loth K. Hussars, temp. Major 5th Reserve Hegt. o£ Cav.,
and has a dau., Marioth Christine.

TWEEDDALE, Julia Charlotte Sophia,
Marchioness of.
Second dau. of Keith William Stewart-Mackenzie,Esq.,
of Seaforth, Ross-shire, who d. 1881, by his 1st wife
Hannah Charlotte, who d. 1868, eldest dau. of the
late James Joseph Hope-Vere, Esq., of Craigie Hall.
Midlothian ; m. 1st 1873 as 2nd wife Arthur, 9th
Marquis of Tweeddale, who d. 1878 ; 2ndly 1887 as
2nd wife the Right Hon. Sir John Rose, 1st Bart., who
d. 1888 ; 3rdly 1892 Major Sir William Eden Evans-
Gordon, late Indian Staff Corps, an Officer of the
Legion of Honour, who was Assistant Secretary in
the Foreign Department to the Government of India
1888-92 and M.P. for the Tower Hamlets, Stepney
Div., 1900-7, and who was cr. Knt. 1905 and d. 1913.
— 4, Chelsea Embankment, s.w.

TWEEDIE, Mrs., of Rawlinson, Kent.

Alice, dau. of Robert Bell, Esq. ; m. 1859 Alexander
Forbes Tweedie, Esq., of Rawlinson, a J.P. for Kent,

who d. 1896, leaving, with other issue, "Michael
Forbes, b. 1860; m. 1890 Marian Amelia Clari, dau.
of Arthur Ellis, Esq., Indian C.S., and has, with other
issue, *Christian Forbes, b. lS91.-~Rawlinson, Rol-
venden, Kent.

TWEEDMOUTH, Lord (Dudley Churchill
Marjoribanks, C.M.G., D.S.O., M.V.O.).
— Cr. 1S8L

Only son of Edward, 2nd Lord, K.T., P.O., by Lady
Fanny Octavia Louisa, who d. 1904, 3rd dau. of John
Winston, 7th Duke of Marlborough, K.G. ; b. 1874 ;
s. 1909 ; m. 1901 the Hon. Muriel Brodrick, eldest
dau. of William St. John Fremantle, 9th Viscount
Midleton, and ha^ 2 dans. Lord Tweedmouth is
Lieut.-Col. R. Horse Guards, and was a Lord-in-
Waiting to H.M. King Edward VII. April-May 1910,
and to H.M. King George V. May 1910-1911 ; has
the Order of the Prussian Crown, 1st Class.— Titr/
Club, w. ; Brooks's Club, s.w.

fMr Pres., his uncle Coutts, 3rd son of Dudley Coutts, 1st
Lord, who d. 1894, by Isabella, who ./. 1908, eldest dau. of
the Rieht Hon. Sir James Wtir Hosg, 1st Bart.; late
Lieut. Q.O. Camerou Highlanders ; erluc ited at Hairow ;
6.1860: m. 189.i Agnes Marg«et. dau. of the late Col.
David James Kinlocli. formerly R.A,. of Gourdie. Perth-
shire, and widow of Comm. Jasp'or E. T. Nicholls. R.N., and
has a dau., Ishbel Agnes.

TWEEDY, Sir John, Knt., LL.D., F.R.C.S.—
Cr. 1906.

Eldest son of John Tweedy, Esq., of Stockton-on-Tees,
and Northallerton, who d. 1888, by Charlotte, who
d. 1861, eldest dau. of the late John Holmes, Esq., of
Knayton ; b. 1849 ; m. 1885 Mary, 2nd dau. of the
late Richard Hilhouse, Esq., of London. Sir John
Tweedy, who was educated at Elmfield Coll., York,
and at Univ. Coll., London (Hon. LL.D. Edinburgh
1907), is Emeritus Professor of Ophthalmic Medi-
cine and Surgery in Univ. Coll., London ; Consulting
Ophthalmic Surgeon to Univ. Coll. Hospital ; Con-
sulting Surgeon to the R. London Ophthalmic
Hospital ; a Trustee of the Hunterian Collection,
President of the Medical Defence Union, and a
Member of the Gen. Council and of the Distribu-
tion Committee of King Edward's Hospital Fund,
and was a Member of the Council of the R. Coll. of
Surgeons of England 1892-1907, and President of the
R. Coll. of Surgeons 1903-6, of the Ophthalmo-
logical Society of the United Kingdom 1903-5, of the
R. Medical Benevolent Fund 1907-17 and of the
Medico Legal Society 1909-12.— iJfi/orjK, and British
Empire Clubs, s.w. ; 100, Harleij Street, w.

TWEEDY, Arthur Hearne, Esq., of Widmore
Lodge, Kent ; and The Hoo, Kempston,

Eldest surviving son of the late John Newman Tweedy,
Esq., of Widmore House, by Dorothea Henrietta, only
dau. of the late William Thomas Turpin Fellowes,
Capt. 2nd Life Guards, of Foscot Manor, Bucks ; b.
1850. Mr. Tweedy, who was formerly of the Consular
Service, and previously Lieut. 5th Vol. Batt. Rifle
Brigade, is Lord of the Manors of Kempston Greys,
otherwise Hastingsbury, and Kempston Hard wick. —
Widmore Lodge, Bromley, Kent ; Wellington Club,

TWEMLOW, Col. Fr.\ncis Handle, D.S.O.,
P.S.A., of Peatswood, Staffordshire.
Only son of the Rev. Francis Cradock Twemlow, of
Peatswood, formerly Rector of Forton, Staffordshire,
who d. 1879, by Charlotte, who d. 1852, youngest dau.
of the late Randle Wilbraham, Esq., of Rode, Cheshire ;
b 1852 ; m. 1st 1878 Evelyn Harriet, who d. 1880,




2nd dau. of Sir John Thomas BuUer Duckworth, 2nd
Bart, {ext.) ; 2ndly 1882 Annie Mary Gertrude, only
child of the late Bev. Edward Lewis, and has a dau.,
Evelyn Dorothy. Col. Twemlow, who was educated at
Winchester and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1875, M.A.
1912), and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple
1879, was a C.C. for Staffordshire 1892-1902, and is
a J.P. and C. Aid. (from 1902) for Staffordshire, a
J.P. for Shropshire, an Hon. Major in the Army,
Major ret., late T.F. Eeserve, previously temp. Major
Comm. 3/6th Batt., and Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. ret.
late Comm. 4th Batt. N. Staffordshire Eegt. — Peats-
wood, Market Drayton ; United University Club, s.w.

TWEMLOW, of Betley Court, Staffordshire.

See Fletcher- Twemlmc.

TWIGG, Sir John, K.C.I.E.— Cr. 1912.

Third and only surviving son of John Hanbury
Twigg, Esq., of Weeping Cross, Staffordshire, who d.
1871, by Priscilla Elizabeth, who d. 1892, dau. of the
late James Smith, Esq., of Eepton ; b. 18-56; m.
1894 Isabel Marie, dau. of the late Henry Pasteur,
Esq., J.P.,of Wynches, Much Hadham, Hertfordshire,
and of Grand Saconnex, Geneva. Sir John Twigg,
who was educated at Eepton and at Balliol Coll.,
Oxford, was in the Indian Civil Service 1879-1912,
and ret. as Acting First Member of the Board of
Eevenue and Commissioner of Salt, Abkari and
Separate Eevenue, Utidi&a.—Metthigham, Bungay,
Suffolk : East hidia United Service Club, s.w.

TWISDEN, t Sir John Eamskill, Bart.,
of Bradbourne, Kent.— Cr. 1666.

Only son of the Eev. Sir John Francis Twisden, 11th
Bart., by Catherine Hester Spence, who d. 1887,
only dau. of the late Parsons Eamskill, Esq., of
Lofthouse HaU, Yorkshire ; b. 1856 ; s. 1914 ; edu-
cated at Haileybury and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge
(B.A. 1879, M.A. 1882), and admitted a Solicitor
1885.— Bradbourne, Larkfield, Maidstone.


Fiennes ; and Saye and Sele, Lord.

+ TWISS, Lady.
Pharailde Eosalind, dau. of the late Gen. Van Lynseele ;
m. 1862 Sir Travers Twiss, Q.C., F.E.S., D.C.L., who
was formerly Professor of Political Economy at
Oxford ; Commissary-Gen. of the Diocese of Canter-
bury ; Vicar-General to the Archbishop of Canterbury ;
Chancellor of the Diocese of London ; Admiralty
Advocate ; Queen's Advocate (1867-72), and who was
cr. Knt. 1867, and d. 1897.

TWISS, Mrs., of Birdhil] House, co. Tip-
Sarah Elizabeth Letitia, elder dau. of Hastings Twiss,
Esq., J.P., of Birdhill House, who d. 1897, by Sarah,
who d. 1906, dau. and co-heiress of the late Capt.
Andrew Stirton, H.E.I.C.S., of Earlswood House,
Surrey ; m. 1895 Henry Fitz-Patrick Berry, Esq.,
I.S.O., Litt.D., formerly Assistant Keeper of Public
Records, Ireland (eldest son of the late Parsons
Berry, Esq., M.B., of Mallow, co. Cork), who, with
his wife, assumed the surname of Twiss 1918. Mrs.
Twiss s. her brother Eobert George Edward Twiss,
Esq., late Lieut. 6th Dragoon Guards and 4th
Hussars, 1917. —Birdhill House, Birdhill, Limerick.

J This Baronetcy was long dormant, and the descent of the
11th Bart, from the 5th was established by a judgment of
Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Div. of the High Court of Jue
given July 6th, 1909, and the title appears oa the Official Roll of


TWO ME Y, the Hon. Sir Daniel Hakold
Ryan, Knt.— Cr. 1917.

B. 1864 ; m. 1895 May, dau. of the late Eev. William
Ponstord, C.F. Sir Daniel Twomey, who was educated
at St. Stanilaus' Coll., Tullamore, and at Univ. Coll.,
London, and entered the I.C.S. 1884, was called to
the Bar at the Middle Temple 1895 ; was Under-
Secretary to the Chief Commissioner, Burma,
1889-91; Deputy-Commissioner 1891-2; Officiating
Junior Secretary 1892-3 ; Officiating Secretary
1893-1905 ; Commissioner 1905-9, and a Puisne
Judge of the Chief Court, Lower Burma, 1909-17 ;
appointed Chief Judge thereof 1917. — Rangoon,
Burma ; East India United Service Club, s.w.

TWOPENY, Chakles Dynely, Esq., of
Tynwald, Kent.
Second and only surviving son of the Rev. Edward
Twopeny, of Woodstock, Kent, who d. 1872, by
Caroline Elizabeth (who d. 1919, having m. 2ndly
1887, as his 2nd wife, Capt. John Henry Baldwin,
J.P., formerly Bengal S.C, of Tynwald, who d. 1908),
3rd dau. of the late Eev. Charles Parkin, Vicar of
Lenham, Kent ; b. 1868 ; educated at Eton ; is a
J.P. for Hythe.— Tj/nit'«.M, Hythe, Kent; Windham,
and Junior Carlton Clubs, s.w.

TWYFOED, Thomas William, Esq.

Eldest son of Thomas Twyford, Esq., of Shelton,
Staffordshire, who d. 1872, by Sarah, who d. 1874,
dau. of the late Eobert Jones, Esq., of Bordeaux ;
b. 1849 ; m. 1872 Susannah, dau. of Edward Whitting-
ham, Esq., of Ellenhall Hall, Staffordshire, and has,
with other issue, a son, Harold, b. 1873. Mr. Twyford
is a J.P. and D.L. for Staffordshire (High Sheriff
1906), and has the Order of St. Ann of Eussia.—
Eesidence : Whiimore Ball, Newcastle, Staffordshire;
Carlton, and Junior Carlton Clubs, s.w.

+ TWYNAM, Sir William Crofton.K.C.M.G.
— Cr. 1896.

B. 18— ; m. 18— EUzabeth, who d. 1897, dau. of

. Was Government Agent of the Northern

Province of Ceylon 1869-96, and was previously
Assistant Government Agent at Jaffra, Hanbantoto,
and Manaar.

TWYSDEN, Sir Eogee Thomas, Bart.— Cr.

Elder son of Capt. James Stevenson Twysden, J.P.,
ret. E.N. (great grandson of the 6th Bart.), who d.
1910, by Aileen Frances Mary, 2nd dau. of Sir
William Henry Wilson-Todd, 1st Bart., of Halnaby
Hall, and Tranby Park, Yorkshire ; b. 1894 ; s. hi

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