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tershire, a Surrogate of the diocese of Gloucester,
Rural Dean of Tewkesbury, and Proctor in Con-
vocation, who assumed the prefix surname of Wardell




by royal license 1889, and who d. 1913, leaving, with
other issue a son, *Arthur, D.S.C., Lieut, ret. E.N. ;
6. ISn.Soole Hall, Oiester.

WARDEN, Lieut.-Col. Chaeles Wallace, of
Derryquin Castle, co. Kerry.
Youngest son of William Warden, Esq., of Edinburgh,
wbod. 1855, by Agnes, dau. of the late Alexander Karley,
Esq., R.N. ; 6. 1855 ; s. his brother William Warden,
Esq., J.P., 1903 ; m. 1911 Agnes Allan, eldest dau. of
Michael Welldon Bice, Esq., M.D., of Longmead,
Cambridgeshire. Lieut.-Col. Warden, who was
educated at Harrow, and was formerly Major Middle-
sex Eegt. and Sharpshooters Imp. Yeo. in S. Africa,
and Lieut.-Col. R. Defence Corps 1917-18, is a J.P.
and D.L. for co. Kerry (High Sheriff 1913), and Lord
of the Manor of Ballybog ; commanded 16th (Service)
Batt. W. Yorkshire Eegt. 1915, and 1st Garrison
Batt. R. W. Kent Regt. 1916-17. - Den-yqum Castle,
Srieem, Kenmare, co. Kerry ; Army and Navy Club,

WARDLAW, Sir Henry, Bart.— Cr. 1630-1.

Younger son of Sir Henry Wardlaw, 16th Bart., by
Christina, who d. 1902, 3rd dau. of the late James
Paton, Esq.; b. 1867; s. 1897; m. 1892 Janet
Montgomerie, dau. of James Wylie, Esq.
Ilfir, his sou Henry, b. 1894.


WARDLE, Mrs., of Mayfield Hall, Stafford-

Mary Ellen, eldest dau. of the late Thomas Fosbrooke
Salt, Esq., of Stapenhill, Derbyshire ; m. 1865 Henry
Wardle, Esq., of Highfield, Derbyshire, who was a J.P". .
and D.L. for Derbyshire and for Staffordshire, and
M.P. for S. Derbyshire 1885-92, and who d.
leaving, with other issue, * Frank, b. 1869.— Mayfield
Hall, near Ashbourne, Derbyshire.

-f WARING, Sir Samuel James, Bart.— Cr.

Second son of Samuel James Waring, Esq., of
Liverpool, who d. 1907; 6. 1860; m. 1890 Eleanor
Caroline, dau. of the late Charles Bamford, Esq., of
Brookhurst, Cheshire, and Llanrhaiadr Hall, Den
bighshire. Sir Samuel Waring i.s a Director of
Waring & Gillow Ltd., of London, &c., and was
High Sheriff of Denbighshire 1907. — Foots Cray
Place, Foots Cray, Kent; White Lodge, Dunchurch,
Warwickshire ; R. Automobile Club, s.w. ; 13, Port-
land Place, w.

WARING, Arthur Thomas, Esq., of Wood-
lands, Kent.

Eldest surviving son of William Waring, Esq., of
Woodlands, who d. 1904, by Mary Wall, who d. 188C,
dau. of the late John Tasker, Esq., of Dartford ; b.
1851 ; m. 1877 Agnes, dau. of Daniel Birkett, Esq., and
has, with other issue, a son, * William Arthur, b. 1878.
Mr. Waring, who was educated at Eton, and called to
the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1875, was formerly Capt. Kent
Artillery Militia, and is a J.P. and C. Aid. for Kent,
and Lord of the Manors of Chelsfield and Hewetts
— Woodlands, Chelsfield, Kent; Junior Carlton Club,
s.w. ; Kent Club, Maidstone.

WARING, Mrs., of Waringstown, co. Down.
Margaret Alicia, youngest dau. oi Joseph Charlton
Parr, Esq., of Grappenhall Reyes, Cheshire, and of
Staunton Park, Herefordshire, by Jessie Maria,
eldest dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. George Lister- Kaye ;
m. 1914 Major Holt W»ring, N. Irish Horse, temp.
1390 '

Major Service Batt. E Irish Eifles, of Waringstown, a
J.P. and D.L. for co. Down, who d. (killed in action)
1918. — Waringstown, Lurgan,co. Down.

WARING, Major Walter, of Lennel, Berwick-

Second son of Charles Waring, Esq., M.P., who
d. 1887, by Charlotte Eliza Mary Jane (who d. 1900,
having Hi. 2ndly 1889, as his 1st wife. Sir Clement
Lloyd Hill, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., who d. 1913), youngest
dau. of Sir George William Deuys, 2Qd Bart., of
Draycott Hall, Yorkshire ; b. 1876 ; vi. 1901 Lady
Susan Elizabeth Clementine Hay, C.B.E., only
surviving dau. of William Montagu, 10th Marquess
of Tweeddale, K.T., and has 2 daus. Major Waring,
who was educated at Eton, is a J.P. and D.L. for
Berwickshire, Major T.F. Reserve, late Lothians and
Border Horse Yeo., and a Chevalier of the Legion of
Honour, and was formerly Capt. Reserve of Officers,
previously 1st Life Guards, and Master of the Horse
to the Lord-Lieut, of Ireland 1906-7 ; sat as M.P. for
Banffshire 1907-18, and has sat for the Blaydon Div.
of CO. Durham since 191S. — Lennel, Coldstream,
N.B. ; Bachelors' Club, w. ; Brooks's Club, s.w. ; 1,
Prince's Bow, Buckingham Palace Road, s.w.

WARING, Capt. William Wheat, of Been-
• ham House, Berkshire.

Only SOU of Henry Waring, Esq., J.P., of Beenham
House, who d. 1909, by Sarah Milnes, who i. 19 16, dau.
of the late John Wheat, Esq., of Norwood Hall, and
Treeton, Yorkshire; b. 1860 ; m. 1882 Sophia Annie,
eldest dau. of the late Col. Henry Sales Scobell, of The
Abbey, Pershore, Worcestershire, and has, with other
issue, an only surviving son, * Charles Henry, Lieut.
18th Hussars, Special Eeserve, and Adjutant R.A.F. ;
late Lieut. 18th Hussars; educated at Eton ; b. 1888 ;
m. 1917 Nancy, only dau. of Herbert Greenfield, Esq.,
of Ashley Gardens, Westminister, and has a son,
* Ronald Edward Henry, b. 1918. Capt. Waring,
who was educated at Eton and at the E. Mil.
Coll., Sandhurst, is a Magistrate for Berkshire, Capt.,
late 11th Hussars; Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. late'
Berks Imp. Yeo., and Lord of the Manor of Beenham.
— Beenham House, near Reading ; Naval atid
Military Club, w.

WARING-MAXWELL. See Ancketill.

WARLOW. See Turbervill.

WARMING TON, Sir (Marshall) Denham,
Bart.— Cr. 1908.

Eldest son of Sir Cornelius Marshall Warmington,
1st Bart., K.C., M.P., by Anne, younger dau. of the late
Edward Winch, Esq., of Chatham ; b. 1871 ; s. 1908 ;
m. 1st 1908 Alice Daisy, who d. 1913, elder dau. of
George Ing, Esq., of Lewins, Kent ; 2ndly 1915 Ethel
Graham, youngest dau. of the late John Lawson
Gillies, Esq., of Bradford, Yorkshire. Sir Denham
Warmington, who was educated at Sherborne and at
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1893, M.A. 1897), and
called to the Bar at the Middle Temple 1895, is a
J.P. for Buckinghamshire. — Elmhurst, Great Missen-
den, Buckinghamshire ; Reform Club, s.w. ; 1, Essex
Court, Temple, e.g.

Heir, his son Marshall George Olitheroe, i. 1910.

WARNER, Col. Sir (Thomas) Coubtenay
Theydon, Bart., C.B., of Highams,
Essex ; and of Brettenham Park, Suffolk.
— Cr. 1910.

Only son of Edward Warner, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
Highams, some time M.P. for Norwich, and M.A. of




Wadham Coll., Oxford, who d. 187-5, by Maria, who
d. 1884, dau. of the late Thomas Carr, Esq., of New
Koss, CO. Wexford ; b. 1857 ; m. 1883 Lady Leucha
Diana Maude, a Lady of Grace of the Order of St. John
of Jerusalem, 6th dau. of Cornwallis, 1st and only
Earl de Montalt. Sir Courtenay Warner, who was
educated at Eton and at B.N.C., Oxford, is H.M.'s
Lieut, for Suffolk, a J. P. for Somerset, an Aid.
of the W. Suffolk C.C, late a C.C. for Essex (High
Sheriff 1891), Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. ret., late
Comm. 3rd Batt. Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshne
L.I., Hon. Commandant Suffolk Vol. Regt., and
Patron of 2 livings; was M.P. for Somerset N.
1892-5, and has been for Staffordshire (Lichfield Div.)
since 1896; appointed Director of National Service
E.Anglian Region 1917.— Brettcnham Park, Suffolk;
Reform, and National Liberal Clubs, s.w. ; Bache-
lors' Club, w. ; 34, Grosvenor Gardens, s.w.

//«>, his son Edward Courtenay Tliomas, n.«.0., M.C.. a
Magistrate for SuffoUi, aud Capt.aud Brevet Major (Actii'g
Major) Scots Guards : was Vice Ohamberlaiu to the Lord
Lieut, of Irelaud 1913-14 : has the Order of Bauilo of
Montenegro, otli Class, the Portuguese Mil. Order of Avit.

+ WAENER, Sir Feank, K.B.E.— Cr. 1918.

Son of Benjamin Warner, Esq., of Wanstead ; b.
1862 ; m. 1890 Kate Dennis, dau. of Edmund Strange
Parsons, Esq., of Shernbourne Hall, Norfolk. Sir
Frank Warner is a Silk Manufacturer ; was Chairman
of the Silk Trade Section, London Chamber of Com-
merce, 1909-17 and President of the Silk Associa-
tion of Great Britain and Ireland 1910-17 ; appointed
Adviser to the Board of Trade on Textiles 1918 and
elected President of the Textile Institute 1918.—
— Woodcraft, Mottijigham, Kent: B. Automobile
Club, s.w.

WARNER, Sir George Fkederic, Knt.,
D.Litt., F.B.A., F.S.A.— Cr. 1911.

Fourth son of Isaac Warner, Esq., of Winchester,
' who d. 1863, by Susannah, who d. 1850, dau. of the

late John Witt, Esq., of Southampton ; 6. 1845 ; m.
1884 Marian, eldest dau. of the late Richard Budd
Painter, Esq., M.D., F.R.C.S. Sir George Warner,
who was educated at Christ's Hospital and at
Pembroke Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1868, M.A. 1872,
, Hon. Fellow 1911, Hon. D.Litt. Oxford 1902), was

Assistant Keeper of Manuscripts at the British
Museum 1888-1904, and Keeper of Manuscripts
and Egerton Librarian there 1904-11, and has been a
Fellow of the British Academy since 1906.— T/te
Oaks, Beaconsfield.

WARNER, Edwaed Handley, Esq., of Quorn
Hall, Leicestershire.
Only surviving son of Edward Warner, Esq., of
Quorn Hall, who d. 1894, by Marianne, who d. 1892,
4th dau. of the late Rev. J. W. K. Boyer, of Swep.
stone, Leicestershire ; 6. 1850 ; m. 1877 Jessie Nancy,
dau. of the late Thomas Brooks, Esq., of Barkby Hall,
Leicestershire, and has, with other issue, a son,
♦Edward Guy, Lieut, ret. pay, late 8th Hussars ; i.l881 ;
m. 1908 Gladys Muriel, younger dau. of the late Rev.
James Wastie Green. Mr. Warner, who was educated
at Rugby and at Trinity Coll., Oxford (B..A. 1873), is
a J.P. and D.L. for Leicestershire (High Sheriff
1897), and a Magistrate for the N. Riding of York-
shu-e ; late Capt. Leicestershire Yeo. Cav. — Quorn
Hall, Loughborough.

WARNER, of Ardeer, Ayrshire. See Roche.

WARNER. See Lee-Wamer.


WARRACK, Sir James Howard, K.B.E.— Cr.

.Eldest son of the late James Warrack, Esq., of
Montrose, by Martha, eldest dau. of the late Francis
Japp, Esq., of Montrose; 6. 1855; m. 1886 Dorothy
Cooper, 2nd dau. of the late George Todd, Esq.,
C.A., of Edinburgh. Sir James Warrack, who was
educated at Montrose Academy, is ex-President of
the Chamber of Shipping of the United Kingdom
and a Member of the Admiralty Transport Arbitra-
tion Board. — 38, Palmfrston Place, Edinburgh;
Junior Constitutional Club, w.

WARR.\ND, the Rev, Henry Kenneth,
of Westhorpe Hall, Nottinghamshire.
Younger and only surviving son of Major-Gen.
WilUam Edmund Warrand, late R. (Bengal) E.,
J.P. and D.L., of Westhorpe Hall, who d. 1910, by
his 1st wife Isabella Mary, who d. 1873, dau. of
the late Rev. Henry Houson, of Brant Broughton,
Lincolnshire ; b. 1865 ; m. 1900 Florence, dau. of
Frederick Gordon, Esq., and has, with other issue,
a son, *Kenneth Charles Claye, b. 1901. Mr.
Warrand, who was educated at Clare Coll., Cam-
bHdge (B.A. 1889, M.A. 1893), was formerly a
Naval Cadet, and Rector of Bilsthorpe, Nottingham-
shire, 1896-1911.— TTesi/iorpe Hall, near Southwell,
Nottinghamshire ; Arthur's Club, s.w. ; County Club,

WARREN, Sir Augustus GeoegeDigby, Bart,
of Warren's Court, co. Cork— Cr. 1784.

Only child of Sir Augustus Riversdale John Blenner-
hassett Warren, 6th Bart., by Agnes Georgina, eldest
dau. of the late George Maurice levers, Esq., of
Inchera, co. Cork ; b. 1898 ; s. 1914 ; educated
at the B. Mil. Colh, Sandhurst ; is Lieut. 7th Hussars.
— Warren's Court, Lissarda, co. Cork.

Heir Prfs.. liis kiusuiau Edward Carleton, only son of Edward
Towusend Warren, Ssq. (gramison of the 1st Bart.), who
d. \»i>i, by rouelope.dau. of the late Rev. Eldward Mitchell
Carleton, of Woodside. CO. Cork : b. 1826 : in. l«92 Emily,
Henry Baldwin Foott, Esq., of Oarrig'a-

i Castle,

. Cork.

WARREN, Ella Rosa, Lady.

Second dau. of the late Major-Gen. John Octavius
Chichester, formerly 39th Regt. ; m. 1st 1875 (and
div. him 1887) Lieut.-Col. Frederick William Clark-
son, formerly 39th Regt. who d. 1905; 2ndly 1898,
as his 2nd wife. Sir Augustus Riversdale Warren,
5th Bart., of Warren's Court, co. Cork, who d. 1914.

WARREN, Sir Chaeles, G.C.M.G., K.C.B.,
F.R.S.— Cr. K.C.M.G. 1883, G.C.M.G.
1885, K.C.B. 1888.
Son of the late Major-Gen. Sir Charles Warren, K.C.B. ;
b. 1840 ; m. 1864 Fanny Margaretta, who d. 1919, dau.
of the late Samuel Haydon, Esq., of Guildford, Surrey.
Sir Charles Warren, who was educated at the R. Mil.
Academy, Woolwicli, and was formerly Hon. Col. 1st
Gloucestershire R.E. Vols., is a Gen. ret. R.E.. a Col.
Commandant B.E., a J.P. for Kent, and a Knight of
Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem ;
served as Commissioner on several land questions
in S. Africa ; commanded the Field Forces in the
Griqua, Bechuana, and Northern Border campaigns
1878-9 ; was Comm. -in-Chief and Administrator of
Griqualand West 1879 ; commanded the Bechuana-
land Expedition 1884-5 ; Governor-Gen. of the Red
Sea Littoral 1885 ; Chief Commissioner of the Met-
ropolitan Police 1886-8 ; in command of the troops
in the Straits Settlements 1889-94 ; commanded the




Thames District 1895-8 ; Military Governor of
Griqualand West in 1900, and commanded the 5th
Div. at the Belief of Ladysmith. — The Oaks,
Westbere, Canterbury ; AthenLVum Club, s.w.

WARREN, Sir Pelham Laird, K.C.M.G.—
Or. 1902.

Eldest son of Adm. Richard Laird Warren, who d.
1875, by Eleanor Charlotte, who d. 1896, dau. of the
late Pelham Warren, Esq., M.D., of Worting House,
Hampshire ; 6. 1846 ; m. 1875 Mary Donnithorne,
who d. 1884, dau. of the late Joseph Humpage, Esq.,
M.D., of Bryanston Square. Sir Pelham Warren, who
was educated at Victoria Coll., Jersey, was Consul at
Taiwan 1886-93, and at Hankow 1893-9, Consul-
Gen, there 1899-1901 and at Shanghai 1901-11.—
Oriental Club, w.

WARREN, Sir (Thomas) Hehbeet, K.C.V.O.,
D.C.L., LL.D., D.Litt.— Or. 1914.

Eldest surviving son of Algernon William Warren,
Esq., J.P., of Bristol, who d- 1883, by Cecil, who d.
1910, dau. of the late Thomas Thomas, Esq., of
Llangadock, Carmarthenshire ; b. 1853 ; m. 1886 Mary
Isabel, youngest dau. of Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie,
2nd Bart., F.E.S., D.C.L. Sir Herbert Warren, who
was educated at Clifton Coll. and at Balliol Coll.,
Oxford (B.A. 1876, M.A. 1879, Hon. D.C.L. Oxford 1907,
Hon. LL.D. Birmingham 1910, Hon. D.Litt. Bristol
1912),was Fellow and Tutor of Magdalen Coll., Oxford
1877-85, Vice-chancellor of Oxford Univ. 1906-10
and Professor of Poetry at Oxford Univ. 1911-16 ; has
been President of Magdalen Coll. since 1885; is Ch
man of the Council of Clifton Coll. and the Author
of many works.— Tfe Lodgings, Magdalen College,
Oxford ; Athencsum Club, s.w.

+ WARREN, Sir Nokcot Hastings Ye ales,
Knt.— Cr. 1917.
B. IS — Sir Norcot Warren is Secretary and Treasurer
of the Bank of Bengal, Calcutta.— (7afcij«a, India.

WARREN, Sir Alfred Haman, Knt.— Cr.
Only son of Richard Sambell Warren, Esq., of Calling-
ton, Cornwall, who d 1904, by Mary, who d. 1896, dau,
of the late Robert Smith, Esq.. of Stafford ; b. 1856 ;
TO. 1896 Jane Macey, dau. of the late George William
Castle, Esq., of Deal. Sir Alfred Warren, who, was
educated at Wesleyan School, Poplar, is a J.P. for
CO. London ; a Councillor of Poplar (Mayor 1913-1 9) ;
Chairman of the Local War Savings Committee and
of the Local Tribunal, and Chairman and Treasurer
of the War Hospital Supply Depot ; raised the 239th
Troop, R.E., and the l/6th (Poplar Vol.) Batt. London
Regt. ; elected M.P. for Edmonton 19)1%.— Mountain
Ash, Felstcad Road, Wanstead, n.e. ; 156, East India
Dock Road, e.

WARREN, Miss, and SKINNER, M.S., of
The Manor House, Market Drayton, and
Longford, Shropshire.

Deborah Louise, and Charlotte Ermengarde, daus.
of Charles Warren, Esq., of The Manor House, and
Longford, Capt. Shropshire Yeo. Cav., who d. 1871,
by Margaret, who d. 1876, dau. of the late
William Minor, Esq. The younger surviving dau.,
Charlotte Ermengarde, in. 1880, as his 2nd wife,
William Skinner, Esq., of Corra, Kirkcudbright, a
Writer to the Signet, a J.P. and D.L. for Edinburgh,
a J.P. for Kirkcudbright, a Member of the R. Co. of
Archers (King's Body Guard for Scotland), and a
Life Member of the Gen. Council of Edinburgh Univ.,
who was formerly Capt. Queen's Edinburgh Rifle

Vol. Brigade, a Curator of Patronage Edinburgh
Univ. 1868-74 and City Clerk of Edinburgh 1874-95,
and who d. 1901, and has, with other issue, a son,
* the Rev. Percy Alexander Warrenne, educated at
St. Edmund Hall, Oxford (B.A. and M.A. 1908) ;
b. 1882. — IJie Manor House, Market Drayton,

WARREN, Mrs., of Keale House, co. Cork.

Elizabeth, youngest dau. of John Leader, Esq., M.D.,
J.P., of Keale House, who d. 1880, by Margaret, who
d. 1908, eldest dau. of the late Capt. Thomas Radley,
of Rockville, co. Cork ; m. 1908 Henry Herrick
Warren, Esq. (4th son of the late Major-Gen.
Richard Warren, formerly R.E.). Mrs Warren s.
her brother Lieut.-Col. Nicholas Leader, late
R. Army Medical Corps, 1916. — Keale house. Mill-
street, CO. Cork ; St. Denys, Slwotcr's Hill, Kent.

WARREN, Reginald Ollivek, Esq., of
Preston Place, Sussex.
Eldest son of Reginald Augustus Warren, Esq., J.P.,
of Preston Place, who d. 1911, by Anna Eliza, who
d. 1912, only dau. of the late William Olliver, Esq.,
of Courtlands, Sussex ; b. 1854 ; m. 1st 1883 Kathleen
Mary, who d. 1910, eldest dau. of the Rev. James
Bond Orme, M.A., Rector of Angmering, Sussex ;
2ndly 1918 Margaret Glencairu Dalrymple, only
dau. of the late John Shaw, Esq., of Madras, and
has,with other issue, an only son, * Reginald Geoffrey,
Major 9th (Co. of London) Batt. London Regt. ; edu-
cated at Winchester and at Ch. Ch., Oxford ; b. 1884 ;
m. 1908 Geraldine Alice, younger dau. of the late
Gerald Thomas Watson, Esq., of Kensington. Mr.
Warren, who was educated at Winchester, and is
joint owner of Preston Place, with his brothers and
sisters, is Capt. and Hon. Major ret., late 1st Middlesex
Rifle Vols. ,V.D.— PrestonPlace, EastPreston, Sussex ;
81, Addison Road, w.

WARREN, of The Towers, Alcaston Manor,
and Poynton House, Shropshire.
The above estates are now the joint property of the
surviving children of Joseph Loxdale Warren, Esq.,
J. P., of The Towers, and Alcaston Manor, who d.
1888, by Mary Anne, who d. 1888, only child of the
late Richard Warren, Esq., of Ardwick, Manchester.
1. The Rev. Albert James (6th and elder surviving
son). Rector of Neenton, Shropshire; educated at
Shrewsbury and at Ch. Ch.. Cxford (B.A. 1863, M.A.
1869) ; b. 1838 ; m. 1885 Anne Howel Price, of The
Green, Montgomeryshire, and of Maesygroes, Brecon-
shire, only dau. of the late Rev. John Meredith, Vicar
of Uppington, Shropshire. — Residence : Neenton
Rectory, Bridgnorth, Shropshire. 2. Warenne Fitz
(youngest son), educated at Cheltenham Coll. ; b.
1849. — Residence : Morville Hall, Bridgnorth,
Shropshire : Junior Conservative Club, w. 3. Mary
Lisette ; Henrietta Matilda Astley ; Juliana Frances
Minton ; and Georgiana Maria. — Residence : Morville
Hall, Bridgnorth, Shropshire.

WARREN. See Corbould-Warren .■ and Leicester-

House, Hampshire.
Lilian Emily, elder dau. of Major-Gen. Sir Arthur
Frederic Warren, K.C.B., Col. Commandant 1st Batt.
Rifle Brigade, of Worting House, who d. 1913,by Marie
Louise, who d. 1918, 2nd dau. of the late John
Thornton, Esq., I.C.S. ; m. 1907 Lieut.-Col. Hopton




Osbert Warren-Codrington (formerly Codrington),
Supernumerary List, Indian Army, and has, with
other issue, a son, *Eobert Arthur Joseph, b. 1913.


WAERENDER, Sir Victor Alexander

George Anthony, Bart., M.C., of Loch

end, Haddingtonshire. — Cr. 1715.

Elder son of Viee-Adm. Sir George John Scott

Warrender, 7th Bart., K.C.B., K.C.V.O., by Lady

Ethel Maud, youngest dau. of Anthony, 8th Earl of

Shaftesbury ; 6. 1899 ; s. 1917 ; is Lieut. Grenadier

Guards, an A.D.C. and a Knight of the Roumanian

Order of the Star ; has the Russian Order of St,

Stanislas, 3rd Class, with Swords. — Bruntisficld

House, Edinburgh ; Leasam Houic, near Rye ;

Guards' Club, s.w. ; 28, Great Cumberland Place, w.

Ikir Fi-es., his brother Harold John, b. 1903.


WAREINGTON, the Eight Hon. Sir Thomas
EoLLS, Knt.— Cr. 1904.

Only son of Thomas Warrington, Esq., of London,
who d. 1901, by Mary Jane, dau. of the late Henry
Radclyile, Esq., of London"; b. 1851 ; m. 1883 Emma
Maud, eldest dau. of the late Decimus Sturges, Esq.,
Barrister-at-Law. Sir Thomas Warrington, who was
educated at Rugby and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge
(BA. 1873, M.A. 1876), called to the Bar at Lincoln's
Inn 1875, appointed a Q.C. 1895, and elected a
Bencher 1897, was a Judge of the High Court of
Justice, Chancery Div., 1904-15 ; appointed a Lord
Justice of Appeal 1^15.~Chjffe Hall, Market Lav
ington, Wilts; Atheneeum, and United University
Clubs, s.w. ; 10, Montagu Square, w.

WAEEY, Capt. Bertram Arthur, O.B.E., of
Shapwick House, Somerset.

Second son of George Deedes Warry, Esq., K.C., of
Shapwick House, who d. 1904, by Catherine Emily,
2nd dau. of the late John Clitsome Warren, Esq., of
Pyrland Hall, Somerset ; b. 1864 ; m. 1919 Mary
Shafto, only dau. of the late D. Shafto Hawks, Esq.
Capt. Warry, who was educated at Winchester and
s. his brother George Taylor Warry, Esq., J.P., 1904,
is a J. P. and C. Aid. for Somerset, Capt. ret. late
Essex Regt., and Lord of the Manor of Shapwick;
appointed Deputy Assistant Director of Railway
Transport, Aldershot Command, with the temp, rank
of Major, 1914 and Director of Railway Transport,
with the temp, rank of Lieut.-CoL, 1919.— S/!a^(;icfc
House, Bridgwater ; United Service Club, s.w.

WAERY-STONE, William John Ellis, Esq.,
F.R.G.S., of Badbury Manor, and Lower
Upham, Wilts.

Only son of Major WilUam Warry, 34th Foot, of Mar-
tock, Somerset, by Catharine, who d. 1861, sole heiress
of the late John Stone, Esq., of Lower Upham and
Day House ; b. 1860. Mr. Warry- Stone, who was
educated at Eton and at Magdalen Coll., Oxford (B.A.
1883, M.A. 1886), s. to the Wilts estates under the will
of his maternal grandfather, John Stone, Esq., 1861,
and assumed the additional surname of Stone 1886. —
Reform, and Oxford and Cambridge Clubs, s.w.; 72,
Elm Park Gardens, s.w.

+ WAETER, Henry Grosvenok de Grey,

Esq., of Gravenor, and Cruck Meole,


Only son of Capt. Henry de Grey Warter, Reserve of

OtBcers, temp. Capt. 4th Dragoon Guards, of Gravenor

and Cruck Meole, who d. (killed in action) 1917, by
Vera (who m. 2ndly 1919 George, 5th Earl Cathcart),
youngest dau. of the late Michael Raubenheimer,
Esq., of Cape Town, S. Africa ; b. 1911 ; is Patron of
Hanwood.— Residence : Apsley Cottage, near East

WARTEE-MEREDITH. See Meredith, of
Pentre Bychan, Denbighshire.

WAEWICK AND BROOKE, Earl of (Francis
Richard Charles Guy Greville,
F.R.C.I.).— Cr. 1759 and 1746.

Eldest son of George Guy, 4th Earl, by Lady Anne, who
d. 1903, elder dau. of Francis, 8th Earl of Wemyss ;
b. 1853 ; s. 1893 ; m. 1881 Frances Evelyn (of Easton
Lodge, Essex), Patron of 1 living, elder dau. of the
late Hon. Charles Henry Maynard. The Earl of
Warwick and Brooke, who was educated at Ch. Ch.,
Oxford, is a J.P. and D.L. for Warwickshire and for
Essex (Lord Lieut. 1901-19), a J.P. for Somerset, an
Aid. of Warwick (Mayor 1894-7, 1901-2 and 1915-16),
Lord High Steward of Stratford-on-Avon, a Trustee
of Rugby School, Hon. Col. Essex Yeo. and 3rd Batt.
Essex Regt., Hon. Col., previously Lieut.-Col. and
Hon. Col. Comm. Warwickshire Yeo., T.D., and
Patron of 2 livings ; was M.P. for E. Somerset

1879-85, and for Colchester 1888-92 Easton Lodge,

Dimmow ; Warwick Castle, Warivick ; Carlton
Club, s.w. ; Turf Club, w.

i/^ir, his son Leopold Guy Francis Mayiiard, Lord Brooke,
O.M.Q., M.V.O., a J.P. and D.L. for Warwickshire, a J.P.
for Essex, an Hon. Bripadier-Gen. Mil. Forces of Canada,
Hon. Col. 8th (Cyclist) Batt. Essex Begt.. Hon. Lieut.-CoL,
late Major and Brevet Lieat.-Cot.. T.l^''. Reserve, previously
Warwickshire R.H.A., T.F.. and a Chevalier of the Legion
of Honour ; formerly Capt. 1st Life Guards. Special Re-
serve, anil 3rd Batt. Essex Regt.; previously Lieut. 1st Life
Guards; was A.D.C. to F.M. Viscount French of Ypres,
Oomm. B.B.F., 1914-15; commanded a Brigade, mth the
temp, rank of Erigadier-Oen., 1915-16 ; has the Order of St.
Stanislas of Russia, Ist Class, with Swords; educat»-d at
Eton ; 6. 1882 : m. 1909 Elfrida Marjorie, a Lady of Grace
of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, only dau. of Sir
William Eden, 7th Bart.

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