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and at Trinity Coll., Dublin, and entered the
Indian Civil Service 1887, was Secretary to the
Government of India, Legislative Department, and
an Additional Member of the Council of the Governor-
Gen, for making Laws and Eegulatious 1911-15, and
a Member of the Council of the Lieut-Governor of
Bihar and Orissa 191 5-16 ; appointed an Ordinary
Member of the Executive Council of the Governor.
Gen. of India 1916 and Head of the Central Pub-
licity Bureau of India 1918.— T/te Retreat, Simla,
India : East India United Service Club, s.w. ;
Bcnqnl, and United Service Clubs, Calcutta.

VINCENT, Ethel Gwendoline, Lady.

Second dau. of George Moffatt, Esq., M.P., of Goodrich
Court, Herefordshire, who d. 1878, by Lucy, who d.
1876, eldest dau. of the late James Morrison, Esq.,
M.P., of Basildon Park, Berkshire; m. 1882 Sir Charles
Edward Howard Vincent, K.C.M.G., C.B., a Barrister-
at-Law;a Member of the Paris Facultede Droit ;aJ.P.
for Middlesex, for Westminster, and for Berkshire ; a
J.P. and D.L., and formerly a C.C. for Co. London ;
Hon. Col. late Lieut. -Col. and Col. Comm. Queen's
Westminster Vols., V.D. ; A.D.C. to King Edward VII.;
a Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusa-
lem, and a Commander of the Orders of the German
Crown, the Crown of Italy, and the Legion of
Honour, who was formerly Lieut. E. Welsh Fusiliers ;
Lieut.-Col. Central London Eangers Vols. ; Director
of Criminal Investigations, Metropolitan Police,
1878-84, and M.P. for Sheffield Central 1885-1908,
and who was cr. Knt. 1896, K.C.M.G. 1899, and d.
1908.-1, Orosvenor Square, w.

VINCENT, Arthur Rose, Esq., C.B.E., of
Muckross Abbey, co. Kerry.

Second son of Col. Arthur Hare Vincent, J.P. late
3rd K.O. Hussars, of Summerhill House, co. Clare,
by his 1st wife Elizabeth Eose, who d. 1879, dau. of
the late David Davidson Manson, Esq., of Spynie,
Elginshire ; b. 1876 ; to. 1910 Maud, dau. of William
Bowers Bourn, Esq., of San Francisco, U.S.A., and
has, with other issue, a son, b. 1919. Mr. Vincent,
who was educated at Wellington Coll., at College
de France, Paris, and at Trinity Coll., Dublin
(B.A.), and called to the Bar at King's Inns, Dublin,
1901, was Magistrate at Kisumu, British E. Africa,
1903-5 ; Second Assistant Judge at Zanzibar 1905-
6; Assistant Judge at Siam 1906-8 (Acting Judge
Apr.-Dec. 1906), and Acting Assistant Judge at
Shanghai 1908-9 and at Zanzibar 1909-10, and is a
J.P. and D.L. for co. Kerry (High Sheriff 1916).—
Muckross Abbey, Killarney, co. Kerry ; White's,
attd Boodle's Clubs, s.w. ; Kildare Street Cluh,




VINCENT, Col. Berkeley, C.B., C.M.G., of
Summerhill, co. Clare.

Eldest son of Col. Arthur Hare Vincent, J.P., late
3rd K.O. Hussars, of Summerhill, who d. 1916, and
elder son of his 1st wife Elizabeth Rose, who d. 1879,
dau. of the late David Davidson Manson, Esq., of
Spynie, Elginshire ; b. 1871 ; ni. 1906 Lady Kitty
Edith Blanche Ogilvy, eldest dau. of David Stanley
William, 8th Earl of Airlie. Col. Vincent, who
was educated at Wellington Coll. and at the R. Mil.
Academy, Woolwich, and was formerly Capt. R H.A.,
is Major and Brevet Col. 6th Inniskilling Dragoons,
and commanded an Infantry Brigade in France,
with the temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen., 1917-19. —
Summerhill, Castleconvell, co. TAmerick; Army and
Navy Club, s.w.

VINCENT. See D'Abernon. Lord.

VINE, Sir John Richard Somers, Knt.,C.M.G.,
F.R.G.S., F.R.S.S.-Cr. 1886.

Eldest son of the late Mr. John Vine, of Spalding,
Lincolnshire, by Eliza, eldest dau. of the late Mr.
William Somers, of Wells, Somerset ; b. 1847 ; m.
1870 Eliza, youngest dau. of the late Mr. William
Porter, of Enfield. Sir John Vine is a Knight of
the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, one of H.M.'s
Lieuts. for the City of London, and Hon. Sec. to the
National Leprosy Fund ; was Official Agent to the
Colonial and Indian Exhibition 1886, and to the 3
previous Exhibitions at S. Kensington, and Assist.
Sec. and Gen. Sub-Director of the Imperial Institute.
— National Liberal Cliib, s.w.

VINER-ELLIS. See Vyner-FAlis.

VINOGRADOFF. Sir Paul, Knt., F.B.A.,
D.C.L., LL.D.— Cr. 1917.
Son of Gabriel Vinogradoft, Director of High Schools;
6. 1854 ; TO. 1897 Louise, dau. of Justice A. Strang,
of Arendal, Norway. Sir Paul Vinogradoii is Hon.
D.C.L. Oxford and Durham; Hon. LL.D. Cambridge,
Harvard, Liverpool and Calcutta ; a Fellow of the
Imperial Academy, Petrograd ; Foreign Member of
the K. Danish, Norwegian and Belgian Academies,
and the Author of " Vallainage in England " and
many other works ; was formerly Professor in Moscow,
where he founded the Pedagogical Society ; Lecturer
in Harvard and other American Univs. 1907, and
Reader to Calcutta Univ. 1913-14; elected Corpus
Professor of Jurisprudence at Oxford Univ. 1903. —
19, Linton Road, Oxfoid ; AtlieniEum, and Reform
C/u/'S, s.w.


Hester Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of the late Henry
Myburgh, Esq., of Wynberg, Cape Colony ; m. 1891
the Hon. Sir Joseph Vintcent, LL.B., a Barrister-at-
Law, who was Crown Prosecutor of British Bechu-
analand 1886-94, and Judge of the High Court of
S. Rhodesia 1894-1914, and who was er. Knt. 1910
andd. 1914.

-f VIPAN, Capt. John Alexander Maylin, of
Stibbington Hall, Huntingdonshire.
Eldest son of John Maylin Vipan, Esq., J.P., of Stib-
bington Hall, who d. 1878, by Harriet, who d. 1901,
dau. of the late S. Goodman, Esq. ; b. 1849 ; is a J. P.
for Huntingdonshire (was on the roll for High Sheriff
of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire) ; late Capt.
89th Foot— Stibbington Hall, Wansford ; Junior
United Service Club, s.w.

VIVIAN, Lord (George Crespigny Brabazon
Vivian, D.S.O.).— Cr. 1841.

Only son of Hussey Crespigny, 3rd Lord, by Loui.'ia
Alice (a Lady of Grace of the Order of St. John of
Jerusalem), only dau. of the late Robert George Duff,
Esq.; b. 1878; s. 1803; m. 1st 1903 Barbara, whom
he div. 1907, only child of the late William Atmar
Fanning, Esq., of Bozedown, Oxfordshire ; 2ndly 1911
Nancy Lycett, M.B.E., elder dau. of Edward Lycett
Green, Esq.. and widow of Capt. Adrian Rose, E.
Horse Guards. Lord Vivian, who was educated at
Eton, is Lieut. Reserve of Officers, Major R. 1st
Devon Yeo. and a Chevalier of the Legion of Honour ;
late Lieut. 17th Lancers ; has the French Croix de
Guerre. — Glynn, near Bodmin; Baclielors' Club,
w. ; Brooks's Club, s.w. ; Residence : 14, Gloucester
Square, Hyde Park, w.

fffir, his son Anthony Crespigny Claud, 6. 1906.

VIVIAN, Col. Sir Arthur Pendarveb, K.C.B.,
of Bosahan, Cornwall.— Cr. 1902.

Third son of John Henry Vivian, Esq., M.P., of
Singleton, Glamorganshire, who d. 185-5, by Sarah,
who d. 1886, eldest dau. of the late Arthur Jones, Esq.,
of Reigate Priory, Surrey ; 6. 1834 ; to. 1st 1867 Lady
Augusta Emily, who d. 1877, 2nd dau. of Edwin, 3rd
Earl of Dunraven; 2ndly 1880 Lady Jane Georgina,
who d. 1914, eldest dau. of John Hamilton, 10th Earl
of Stair, K.T., and has, with other issue, a son, * Gerald
William, C.M.G., Capt. R.N. ; b. 1869. Sir Arthur
Vivian, who was educated at Eton, at Trinity Coll.,
Cambridge, and at the Mining Academy of Freiberg
inSaxony, isaJ.P., D.L. and late C.C. for Glamorgan-
shire, a Deputy Warden of the Stannaries, a J.P.
and C. Aid. for Cornwall (High Sheriff 1889), Hon.
Col. 7th Batt. Welsh Regt., and Brigadier ret. S.
Wales Infantry Vol. Brigade, and S. Wales Border
Brigade, V.D. ; was M.P. for W. Cornwall 1868-85.—
Bosahan, St. Martin R.S.O., Comivall ; Brooks's,
and Travellers' Clubs, s.w. ; R. Yacht Squadron,
Cowes ; 23, Buckingham Gate, s.w.

-H VIVIAN, Capt. Anthony Hamilton,
F.R.G.S., of Plasgwyn, Anglesey.
Eldest son of the Hon. Claud Hamilton Vivian, J.P.
and D.L., who d. 1902, by Constance Emily, who d.
i 1905, 2nd dau. of the late Capt. Jules Alexander
Sartoris, of Hoppesford Hall. Warwickshire ; h. 1880 ;
s. his grandmother Mary Elizabeth, eldest dau. and
heiress of the late Jones Panton, Esq., of Plasgwyn,
and widow of Charles Crespigny, 2nd Lord Vivian,
1907. Capt. Vivian, who was educated at Harrow, and
was formerly Capt. Rifle Brigade, is Capt. ret., late
temp. Capt. 13th (Service) 'Sa.li.—Pldsgivyn, Pen-
traeth, Anglesey.

VIVIAN, Harry Houlton, Esq., F.R.G.S.,
M.S.A., F.Z.S., of Tregavetban, Cornwall.

Second son of Major Quintus Vivian, J.P. and D.L.,
of Knuston Hall, Northamptonshire, and Tregavetban,
who d. 1884, by Isabella Jane, 3rd dau. of the late
John Houlton, Esq., of Farley Castle ; b. 1839 ; to.
1878 Anna Maria, only dau. of the late John Webb
Roche, Esq., of Rochemount, co. Cork, and of Tre-
gunter, Breeonshire. Mr. Vivian, who was formerly
Capt. 22nd Foot and a Queen's Foreign Messenger,
is a Magistrate for Cornwall, Lord of the Manor of
Wellingborough, and Patron of 1 living.— Residences :
Farleigh Castle, near Bath ; 42, Park Lane, w.

VIVIAN, Miss, of Clyne Castle, Glamorganshire,

Dulcie Charlotte, youngest dau. of John Henry Vivian,
Esq., M.P., of Singleton, Glamorganshire, who d.




1855, by Sarah, who d. 1886, eldest dau. of the late
Arthur Jones, Esq., of Eeigate Priory, Surrey. Miss
Vivian s. her brother William Graham Vivian, Esq.,
J.P. and D.L., 1912.— C/i/ne Castle, Black Pyl, near
Swansea; 7, Belgrave Square, s.w.

Ifeir, under her brother's will, ber nephew Algernon (2nd
son oJ Major Clement Walker-Heneage, Y.U., of Compton
Basset, Wiltshire, who d. 1901, by Henrietta Letitia
Victoria, 3rd dau. of the late John Henry Vivian, Esq.,
anie), O.B., M.V.O., Capt. H.N. ; b. 1871: m. 1912 Helen
Mary, eldest dau. of Capt. Ernest de Vismes Dn Boulay,
of Belknap, Ryde, Isle of Wight.

VIVIAN, Mr3., of Asknish, Argyllsbire.

Mary Hastings, '2nd dau. of Joseph Studholme, Esq
of Ballyeighan, King's Co., who d. 1905, by Mary
Hastings, only dau. of the late James Robert Davis
Esq., of Bagot Street, Dublin; m. 1906 Majo
Charles Augustus Vivian, 15th Ludhiana Sikhs,
Indian Armv (voungest son of Col. Aylmer Maelver
Campbell, C.B.", J.P. and D.L., late Bengal S.C, who
assumed that surname in lieu of Vivian on his
wife s. to Asknish 1883 and d. 1915, by Margaret
Agnes, who d. 1919, elder dau. and heiress of tin
late Col. James Duff Mac Iver-Campbell, of Asknish),
who d. (killed in action) 1915, leaving, with othe
issue, a son, * Aylmer 6. 1909. Mrs. Vivian s
her mother-in-law 1919. — Asknish, Lochgair R.S.O.

VIVIAN. See Sioansea.

VOASE, Mrs. EINGROSE-, of Anlaby House,

Isabel, youngest dau. of William Watt, Esq., of
Ottringham, Yorkshire, who d. 1859, by Isabel,
who d. 1902, dau. of the late Smith Wormald, Esq.,
of Elvington Hall, Yorkshire ; m. 1880 William Ring-
rose Ringrose-Voase, Esq., of Anlaby House, a J.P.
for the E. Riding of Yorkshire and for Hampshire
and Capt. and Hon. Major ret., late Yorkshire Art.
W. Div. R.A., who d. 1913, leaving, with other issue,
a son, * John Reginald, 6. \^0i.— Anlaby House, Hull,

VOGEL, Lady.

Mary, eldest dau. of William H. Clayton, Esq. ; m.
1867 the Hon. Sir Julius Vogel, Agent-General in
London for New Zealand 1876-81 ; Prime Minister
of New Zealand 1874-6, and Colonial Treasurer, &c.,
1884-7, who was or. K.C.M.G. 1875, and d. 1899.—
Matham Manor Lodge, East Molesey.

VON DONOP, Major-Gen. Sir Stanley
Brenton, K.C.B., K.C.M.G.— Cr. K.C.B.
1914, K.C.M.G. 1916.

Youngest son of Vice-Adm. Edward Pelham Brenton
von Donop, of Bath, who d. 1890, by Louisa Mary
Diana Brenton, who d. 1902 ; b. 1860 ; m. 1888
Alice, dau. of the late Rev. Thomas Cox, M.A., of
Clevedon, Somerset. Sir Stanley von Donop, who
was educated at Somersetshire Coll., Bath, at Wim-
bledon School, and at the E. Mil. Academy, Woolwich,
is a Major-Gen. late R.A., and a Comm. of the Legion
of Honour and of the Belgian Order of Leopold ; has
the Japanese Order of the Rising Sun, 2nd Class ;
was Professor at the R. Mil. Academy, Woolwich,
1898-1900 ; in command of a Mobile Column in S.
Africa 1901-2 ; Superintendent of Experiments,
Shoeburyness, 1903-4 ; Secretary of the Ordnance
Committee 1904-7 ; Chief Instructor, School of Gun-

nery, Shoeburyness, 1908-10; Assistant Director of
Art. at the War Office 1910-11, Director of Art. there
1911-13, and Master-Gen. of the Ordnance and a Mil.
Member of the Army Council 1913-16; appointed
Commander of the Huraber Garrison 1917.— United
Service Club, s.w.

BERT Alexander George Lionel Al-
Cr. K.C.B. 1880, K.C.V.0. 1897.

Son of His Excellency the late Freiherr Von Pawel-
Eammingen ; b. 1843 ; to. 1880 H.R.H. the Princess
Frederica Sophia Maria Henrietta Ameli.i Theresa,
C.I., a Lady of Justice of the Order of St. John of
Jerusalem, and a Lady of the R. Eed Cross, elder
dau. of H.M. the late King George V. of Hanover.
Baron Von Pawel-Eammingen, who was naturalized
1880, was formerly Hon. Col. 6th Batt. Essex Eegt.,
V.D. — Mouriscot, Biarritz, France.

VON SCHRODER. See Schroder.

VOULES, Sir Gordon Blennebhassett, Knt.
— Cr. 1906.

Eldest son of the Eev. Francis Plimley Voules, Rector
of Middle Chinnock, Somerset, who d. 1892, by
Frances, who d. 1845, youngest dau. of the late John
Blennerhassett, Esq., of Dublin ; b. 1839 ; m. 1866
Frances Cotton, who d. 1912, youngest dau. of the
late James Minchin, Esq., of Hamslade, Devonshire.
Sir Gordon Voules, who was educated at Marlborough,
was formerly in the Mmiralty.— Hamslade, Port-
chester Road, Bournemouth; Sports' Club, s.w.;
Bournemouth Club, Bournemouth.

VOVi^LER-SIMCOE, John Henry Walcot,
Esq., of Parnacott, Devonshire.
Eldest son of John Nicholson Vowler, Esq. of Parna-
cott, who d. 1871, by Mary Northcote, who d. 189U,
2nd dau. of the late Eev. Henry Addington Simeoe,
of Penheale Manor, Cornwall, and of Wolford,
Devonshire; 6.1851. Mr. Vowler- Simeoe assumed,
by royal license, the additional surname of Simeoe
on s. his uncle, Samuel Palmer Simeoe, Esq., of
Penheale Manor, in 1899.— Windham Club, s.w.

VYNER, of Newby Hall, Skelton Grange,
and Fairfield, Yorkshire ; and of Gautby
Hall, Lincolnshire. See Compton-Vyner.

VYNER-ELLIS, William Godfrey, Esq., of
Minsterworth, Gloucestershire.
Only son of Godfrey William Viner Vyner-Ellis, Esq.,
of Minaterworth, who assumed that surname in lieu
of Viner-EUis by royal license 1911, and whod. 1911,
by Margaret Hannah, 4th dau. of the late Eev. James
Eaine, M.A., D.C.L., Chancellor and Canon of Y'ork
Minster ; b. 1906 ; is Lord of the Manors of High-
leadon and Minsterworth. — Minsterivorth, Gloucester.

VYSE. See Howard-Vyse.




VYVYAN, Col. Sir Couetenay Bodbchier,
Bart., C.B., C.M.G., of Trelowarren, Corn-
wall.— Cr. 1644-5.

Eldest son of the Bev. Sir Vyell Donnithorne Vyvyan,
9th Bart., formerly Rector of Withiel, Cornwall, by
Lousia Mary Frederica, who d. 1907, 3rd dau.of the
late Eichard Bourchier, Esq., of Brook Lodge, Dor- i
setshire ; b. 18.58 ; s. 1917 ; m. 1887 Eva Catharine
Forestier, eldest dau. of the late Major-Gen. George
Edmond Lushington Walker, R.E. Sir Courtenay j
Vyvyan, who was educated at Westminster and at
the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is a J.P., D.L. and
C. Aid. for, and Vice-Chairman of the C.C. and \

Chairman of the T.F. Association of Cornwall,
Lieut.-Col. and Brevet Col. ret., late The Buffs
(E. Kent Regt.), and Patron of 3 livings ; was
Brigade Major Gibraltar 1895-8, A.A.G. in S. Africa
1900-2, and an A.A.G. 1914-18 ; has the Russian
Order of St. Stanislas, 2nd Class, with Swords. —
Trelowarren, Mawgan, Cornwall ; Naval and Mili-
tary Club, w.

//(fir Pres., his brother Richard Walter Oomyn, a Magistrate

for CornWHll, and an Hon. Major in the Army ; was temp.

Lieat.-Col. 18th(Service)Batt. Welsh Regt. 1915 : lateOapt.

Welsh Hegt. and R. Garrison Regt.; educated at Finclilev ;

b. 1859 ; m. 188.') M.iry, dau, o( the late Edward Sladen

Foster, Esq., of Dowsby, Lincolnshire, and lias a son.

•Richard Philip, 6. 1891.


WADDELL. See Peddie-Waddell. .

WADDILOVE, Geoege Hope, Esq., of Wood-
horne, Northumberland.

Only son of George Marmaduke Darley Waddilove,
Esq., of Woodhorne, who d. 1887, by his 1st wife Jane,
2nd dau. of the Rev. Edmund Bucknall-Estcourt ; b.
1865. Mr. Waddilove, who was educated at Harrow
and at Pembroke Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1889), is a .J.P.
for Northumberland (High Sheriff 1915). — Brunion
House, Wall-on- Tyne, Hexham; Junior Carlton
Club, s.w.

-f WADDINGHAM, Miss, of Guiting Grange,

Sophia M. V., eldest dau. of Frederick Richard
Vavasour Witts, Esq., of Fosse Cottage, Broadwell,
Gloucestershire, who d. 1900, by Margaret Anne
(who d. 1918, having assumed her maiden surname
Ijy royal license 1908), only dau. of the late John
Waddingham, Esq., J.P., of Guiting Grange, and of
Hafod, Cardiganshire. Miss Waddingham assumed
that surname in lieu of Witts 1919. — Guiting Grange,
Lower Guiting, Clieltenham.

WADDINGHAM, Thomas James, Esq., of
Hafod, Cardiganshire.
Younger son of John Waddingham, Esq., J. P., of
Hafod, and of Guiting Grange, Gloucestershire, who
d. 1890, by Margaret, who d. 1880, dau. of the late
James Wilkinson, Esq., of Bradford, Yorkshire; b.
1840; m. 1883 Sarah, who d. 1910, eldest dau. of the
late James Davies, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Ffosrhyd-
galed, Cardiganshire. Mr. Waddingham, who was
educated at Oriel Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1862, M.A. 1865),
and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1866, is a
J.P. and D.L. for Cardiganshire (High Sheriff 1892).
— Hafod, Ystradmeurig, near Aberystvjyth ; New
University Club. s.w.

WADDINGTON, John, Esq., of Waddington
Old Hall, Yorkshire ; and of Ely Grange,


Eldest surviving son of John Waddington, Esq., of
Clarendon House, Leeds, Yorkshire, by Mary Anne,
who d. 1891, dau. of the late William Sugden, Esq.,
of Bradford, Yorkshire; b. 1855; m. 1879 Evaline
dau. of the late George Shenton, Esq., of Perth, W
Australia, and has, with other issue, an only son,
* Albert Edward .John, b. 1883 ; m. 1907 May Theresa,

5th dau.of the late Hon. Sir George Shenton, formerly
President of the Legislative Council of W. Australia,
and has, with other issue, a son, * Rupert John
Shenton, b. 1908. Mr. Waddington is a Magistrate
for Sussex (High Sheriff 1909), and for the W.
Riding of Yorkshire, and one of H.M.'s Lieuts. for
the City of London. — Ely Grange, Frant, Sussex;
Waddi7igton Old Hall, Yorkshire.

WADDY, EicHAED Anderson, Esq., of Clough-
east Castle, co. Wexford.
Eldest son of Gen. Sir Richard Waddy, K.C.B., of
Clougheast Castle, who d. 1881, by Anne Elizabeth,
who d. 1893, dau. of the late William Cordeaux, Esq. ;
6. 1844 ; m. 1870 Elizabeth Anne, dau. of J. E. Stacy,
Esq., M.D., F.R.C.S.L., and has, with other issue,
* the Rev. Percival Stacy, appointed Canon Resi-
dentiary of St. George's Collegiate Church, Jerusa-
lem, 1919 ; educated at Parramatta, N.S.W., and at
Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1897, M.A. 1901) ; 6. 1875 ;
m. 1901 Etheldred, dau. of the late Rev. John Spittal,
M.A., and has, with a dau., a son, * Richard Patteson
Stacy, 6. IQO-.—Morpeth, N.S. Wales.

WADE, Amelia, Lady.

Fifth dau. of Sir John Frederick William Herschel,
1st Bart., who d. 1871, by Margaret Brodie, who
d. 1884, dau. of the late Rev. Alexander Stewart,
D.D. ; 7n. 1868 Sir Thomas Francis Wade, twice
Charge d'Affaires at Pekin ; Envoy Extr. and Minister
Plen. in China 1871-83 ; Professor of Chinese at
Cambridge, who was cr. K.C.B. 1875, G.C.M.G. 1889,
and d. 1895.- Chesterfield House, Tunbridge Wells.

WADE, the Hon. Sir Charles Gregory,
Knt., K.C.— Cr. 1918.

Eldest son of William Burton Wade, Esq., M.Inst.C.E.,
of Hanwood, Shropshire, who d. 1886, by Anne Mac
Bean, who d. 1904, dau. of the late Leslie Duguid,
Esq., of Sydney, N.S.W. ; h. 1863; m. 1890 Ella
Louise, dau. of the late Francis Bell, Esq,, M.Inst.C.E.
Sir Charles Wade, who was educated at All Saints'
Coll., Bathurst, at The King's School, Parramatta,
and at Merton Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1884), called to the
Bar at the Inner Temple 1886, and appointed a K.C.
1905, was Crown Prosecutor N.S.W. 1891-4 ; Prose-
cutor of W. Circuit and Central Criminal Court 1894-
1902; M.L, A. 1903-17 ; Premier 1907-10 ; Attorney-
Gen, and Minister for Justice 1904-10 and Leader of
the Liberal Party 1907-17 ; appointed Agent-Gen. in
London for N.S.W. 1916 ; is a Member of the Council




of The King's School, Parramatta, and of the Board
of N.S.W. Art GMery.— United University Club,
s.w. ; Australian Club, Sydney; 39, Hyde Park
Gate, s.w. ; 26, Cockspur Street, s.w.

WADE, Mrs., of Spaynes Hall, Essex.
Elizabeth, dau. of the late Mr. Nockolds, of Saffron
Walden ; 7n. 1857 Charles Martin Wade, Esq., of i
Spaynes Hall, who d. 1899, leaving, with other issue, j
• Charles Stewart Douglas, admitted a Solicitor 1889 ;
educated at Trinity Hall, Cambridge (B.A. 1885,
M.A. 1889); b. 1864; «i. 1893 Ethel Lofft, 4th dau.
of the Rev. Dr. Hubert Holden, and has issue *Emlyn
Capel Stewart, b. 18^5.— Spayiies Hall, Great Teld-
ham, Halstead, Essex.

WADE, RoBEET RocHFORT, Esq., of Carrow-
more, co. Galway. |

Elder son of Samuel Wade, Esq., who d. 1862 (by
Eliza, dau. of the late Burton Persse, Esq., of Moyode j
Castle, CO. Galway), and grandson of the late Thomas
Wade, Esq., of Carrowmore ; b. 1852 ; s. his grand-
father 1865 ; m. 1886 Marion Olivia, eldest dau. of the
late Thomas Tronton, Esq., and has, with other issue, !
a son, * John Kochfort, b. 1887. Mr. Wade is a J.P.
for CO. Gsilvia.y.— CarroW7nwe, Aughrim, co. Galway.

WADE-GERY, Mrs., of Wornditch Hall,
Emily, only dau. of Major James Hayes, formerly 5th
Dragoon Guards ; m. 1871 Charles Robert Wade-Gery,
Esq., M.A. (Cantab.), of Wornditch Hall, a J.P. for
Bedfordshire, who d. 1911, leaving, with other issue,
an only son, * Robert Townend, educated at Hailey-
bury and at Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge ; b. 1876.
— Wornditch Hall, Eimbolton, Huntingdonshire.

WADE-GERY, Richaed, Esq., of Busbmead
Priory, Bedfordshire.

Only son of William Hugh Wade-Gery, Esq., of
Bushmead Priory, who d. 1917, by Rebecca, dau. of
the late Mr. John Hardwicke ; b. 1865 ; to. 1894
Margaret Hogarth, younger dau. of John Morrison,
Esq., and has, with another son and 2 daus., * William
Robertson, 6. 1901. — Bushmead Priory, St. Neofs.

WADSON, the Hon. Sir Thomas John, Knt.
— Cr. 1911.

Son of the late John James Wadson, by Sarah Perot,
dau. of the late Forster Cooper ; b. 1844 ; vi. 1874
Eva Bonnell, dau. of John Samuel Darrell. Sir
Thomas Wadson, who was educated at Warwick
Academy, Bermuda, was a Member of the Board
of Public Works, Bermuda, 1888-95, and President
of the Chamber of Commerce 1907-13, and has been
a Member of the House of Assembly, Bermuda,
since 1875, Speaker thereof since 1895, and Chair-
man of the Audit Board since 1898.— Hamilton,
Bermuda ; B. Berrkuda Yacht Club.

WAECHTER, Sir Haert, Bart., C.M.G., of
Ramsnest, Surrey. — Cr. 1911.

Only son of Sir Max Leonard Waeehter, of The
Terrace House, Richmond, Surrey; 6. 1871 ; m. 1911
Josephine, only dau. of the late John D'Arcy, Esq.
of Corbettestown, co. Westmeath. Sir Harry
Waeehter, who was educated at Clifton and at Trinity
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1894), is a D.L. for co.
London, Hon. Col. 5th London Brigade R.F.A.,
T.F., and Lieut. T.P. Reserve, late 20th (Co. of
London) Batt. London Regt., and was High Sheriff
of Surrey 1910 and served on the Staff 1918-19;

elected High Steward of Guildford 1912; has the
Italian Croce di Guerra. — Ramsnest, Cliiddingfold,
Godalming ; Marlborough Club, s.w.
Beir, his son Harry Leonard D'Aroy, 6. 1912.

WAECHTER, Sir Max Leonard, Knt.— Cr.

Eldest son of the late Julius Waeehter, of Stettin, by
Laura, dau. of the late P. Kanold, of Maltsch ; 6.
1837; »«. Ist 18- Harriet Shallcrass, who d. 1910,
eldest dau. of the late Thomas Cave, Esq., M.P., J.P.,
of Queensberry House, Richmond, Surrey ; 2ndly
1912 Armatrude Bertie Sophia Eflie, only dau. of the
late Col. George Bertie Benjamin Hobart, J.P.
and D.L., formerly R.A. Sir Max Waeehter,
who was educated at Stettin, Germany, and was
naturalized 1865, is a J.P. and D.L. for Surrey
(High Sheriff 1902) and founded the Victorian
Convalescent Home for Surrey Women, the Princess
Mary Memorial Home of Rest, the Convalescent
Home for Surrey Children, Queen Mary's Holiday
Home for Governesses at Petersham and the
European Unity League.— T/m! Terrace House, Rich-
mond, Surrey.

WAILES-FAIRBAIRN, William Fairbaien
Esq., of Askham Grange, Yorkshire.

Elder son of W

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