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uisa, youngest dau. of the late Samuel
Cooper, Esq., of Killenure Castle, co. Tipperavy ; in.



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1894 Hugh Ponsonby Wilson, Esq., of Coolure, a
J.P. for CO. Westmeath (High Sheriff 1907), who d.
1912, leaving 2 daus., Kathleen Helen and Louisa
Gertrude. The estate is at present in the hands of
trustees. — Coolure, Coole, co. Westmeath.

WILSON, Mrs., of Hillesdon, Staffordshire.
Margaret Maude, dau. of Thomas Pearson, Esq. ; m.
1st 1880 Ernest Andrew Worthington, Esq., of Hare-
gate, Staffordshire, a J.P. for Staffordshire, who d.
1896, leaving, with other issue, a son, * Guy Jukes,
Capt. 5th Batt. N. Staffordshire Kegt. ; educated at
Lincoln Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1908, M.A. 1911) ; b. 1886 ;
2ndly 1898 John Wilson, Esq.— iliZfcsdora, Leek.

+ WILSON, Mrs., of The Grove, Shropshire.

Ida Grosvenor, 2nd dau. and co-heiress of Francis
Heathcote, Esq., of Threckingham, Lincolnshire, who
d. 1879, by Caroline, who d. 1876, dau. of the late
Charles Pacher, Esq. ; m. 1863 John Wilson Wilson,
Esq., of The Grove, a J.P. for Shropshire and for
Staffordshire, and Patron of 1 living, who d. 1900,
leaving, with other issue, a son, * Graham Lionel
John, called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1892 ;
M.R.C.S. and L.B.C.P. 1908; late Capt. 4th Batt.
N. Staffordshire Regt. ; educated at Exeter Coll.,
Oxford (B.A. 1888, M.A. 1891) ; b. 1864 ; m. 1892
Frances Mary, only child of William Garfit, Esq.,
J.P. and D.L., of West Skirbeck House, Lincolnshire,
and has a son, * Lionel Garfit, b. 1896.— T/ic Grove,
Market Drayton.

WILSON, Mrs., of Tranby Croft, Yorkshire.

Mary Emma, only dau. of E. J. Smith, Esq., of
Leeds, who d. 1883 ; m. 1863 Arthur Wilson, Esq.,
of Tranby Croft, a J.P. and D.L. for the E. Elding of
Yorkshire (High Sheriff of Yorkshire 1891), who d.
1909, leaving, with other issue, a son, * Arthur
Stanley, a Magistrate for the E. Riding of Yorkshire,
Capt. T.F. Reserve Yeo., and Patron of 1 living ; late
Major E. Riding of Yorkshire Yeo. ; has been M.P.
for the Holderness Div. of the E. Riding of Yorkshire
since 1900 ; educated at Eton and at Magdalene Coll.,
Cambridge; b. 1868; m. 1892 Alice Cecil Agnes,
eldest dau. of Sir Edmund Filmer, 9th Bart, {ext.),
and has, with other issue, a son, * Arthur Thomas
Filmer {whovi see). — Tranby Croft, Hull ; Maryland,
St. Jean Cap Ferrat, Alpes Maritimes, Frartce; 21,
Charles Street, Berkeley Spuire, w.

WILSON, Lieut.-Col. Mueeough John, of
CHffe Hall, Yorkshire.
Eldest surviving son of John Gerald Wilson, C.B., of
Cliffe Hall (who was killed in South Africa 1902), by
Angelina Rosa Geraldine, 3rd dau. of the late Hon.
and Rev. Henry ' O'Brien ; b. 1875; m. 1904 Sybil
May, 2nd dau. of Sir Powlett Charles John Milbank,
2nd Bart., and has, with other issue, a son, * Gerald
Richard Powlett, b. 1912. Lieut.-Col. Wilson, who
was educated at Marlborough Coll., is a J.P. and C.C.
for the N. Riding of Yorkshire and Lieut.-Col. T.F.
Reserve, late 5th Batt. Alexandra, Princess of Wales's
Own Yorkshire Regt. ; formerly Lieut. Yorkshire
Hussars Imp. Yeo. ; elected M.P. tor the Richmond
Div. of the N. Riding of Yorkshire 1918.— Cliffe Hall,
Piercebridge, Darlington ; R. Automobile Club, s.w.

WILSON, Eeginald Heney Rimington RIM-
INGTON-, Esq., of Broomhead Hall, and
Newstead Hall, Yorkshire.

Elder son of James Wilson Rimington-Wilson, Esq.,
J.P., of Broomhead and Newstead, who d. 1877, by
Jane, who d. 1906, dau. of the late Robert Wallas,
Esq. ; b. 1852. Educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll.,



Cambridge ; is a J.P. for the W. Riding of Yorksliire,
and Patron of 1 living; late Lieut. Inniskilling
Dragoons. — Broomhead Hall, Sheffield; Naval and
Military Club, w. Army and Navy Club, s.w.

WILSON, Reginald Thoep, Esq., of Wal-
dershaigh, Yorkshire.
Eldest son of the Rev. William Reginald Wilson,
M.A., of Waldershaigh, Vicar of Bolsterstone, Canon
of York, and Prebendary of Langtoft in York Cathe-
dral, who d. 1914, by Martha, who d. 1902, 3rd dau.
of the late Richard Thorp, Esq., of Barnsley, York,
shire ; b. 1866 ; m. 1900 Gladys, eldest dau. of James
Willis Dixon, Esq., of Hillsborough Hall, Yorkshire,
and has, with other issue, a son, * Ralph Macro, b.
1903. Mr. Wilson, who was educated at Shrewsbury
School and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1888,
M.A. 1892), was admitted a Solicitor 1891.— Wo/Ji-ci-
haigh, Bolsterstone, Sheffield ; Sports' Club, s.w. ;
Junior ConstittUional Club, w. ; Sheffield Club,
Sheffield.

WILSON, Lieut.-Col. Richaed Henry Feancis
Whakton, D.S.O., of Kildwick Hall, York-
shire.

Younger son of Sir Mathew Wharton Wilson, 2nd
Bart., of Eshton Hall, Yorkshire, who d. 1909, by
Gratiana Mary, only dau. of the late Adm. Richard
Thomas, of Stonehouse, Devonshire ; b. 1855 ; in.
1889 Annabella Margaret, only child of the late John
Forbes Walker-Drummond, Esq., of Ednam House,
Roxburghshire. Lieut.-Col. Wilson, who was formerly
in the R.N., Major 10th R. Hussars, D.A.A.G. Home
Dist. 1895-6, and Lieut.-Col. Comm. 12th Batt. Imp.
Yeo. in S. Africa, 1900-1, is an Hon. Lieut.-Col. in
the Army. — Army and Navy, Travellers,' and Pratt's
Clubs, s.w.

WILSON, Thomas Needham, Esq., of Harrow
Lodge, Hampshire.
Eldest son of the late Robert Wilson, Esq., of Sand-
bach, Cheshire, and of Oak Lodge, Bitterne, Hamp-
shire, by Ellen, dau. of the late Daniel Clear, Esq.,
b. 1863 ; m. 1st 1886 Lillian Sarah, who d. 1909,
youngest dau. of the late John Everard Barton, Esq.,
of Astley Hall, Worcestershire; 2ndly 1912 Dona,-
elder dau. of the late Henry Shaw, Esq., J.P. and
D.L., of Whitehall, Derbyshire, and has, with other
issue, a son, * Thomas Needham Furnival, D.S.O.,
M.C., Capt. King's R. Rifle Corps ; educated at Win-
chester and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; b. 1896.
Mr. Wilson was educated at Harrow and at Trinity
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1885, M.A. 1888), and called to
the Bar at the Inner Temple 1887. — Harroio Lodge,
Bransgore, near Christchurch, Hampshire; Junior
Carlton Club, s.w.

WILSON, of Coolcarrigan, co. Kildare. See

Wright.

WILSON. See Berners; Bromley-Wilson; Carus-
Wilson; Grey-Wilson ; Mary on- Wilson ; Nunbxirn-
holme; Parkinson, of Eave-ndale Hall ; Smith, of
Cumledge; Stewart-Wilson ; and Walton-Wilson.

WILSON-DICKSON, Mrs., of Hartree, and
Kilbucho, Peeblesshire.
Mary Glen, dau. of William Davidson, Esq., J.P., of
Edinburgh ; m. 1907 John Gordon Wilson-Dickson,
Esq., of Hartree and Kilbucho, who assumed the
additional surname of Dickson by royal license 1912,
and who d. 1913, leaving, with other issue, a son,



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♦William Gordon, 6. 1908.— Hartree House, near
Biggar ; Eesidence : 81, Fiant Road, Tunbridge
Wells.



WILSON-FARQUH ARSON, Lieut.-Col. David
LoREAiNE, D.S.O., of Allargue, Aberdeen-
shire.

Son of .Tames Wilson, Esq., who d. 1873, by Jessie,
dau. of the late Eobert Farquharson, Esq., of
AUai-Rue ; b. 1862 ; m. 1908 Alice Mary, only dau.
of the late John Sanderson, Esq., of Bullers Wood,
Chislehurst, and has 2 daus. Lieut.-Col. Wilson-
Farquharson, who was educated at Haileybury and
at the R. Mil. Coll.. Sandhurst, and assumed the
additional surname of Farquharson, is Major Reserve
of Officers and Major and Lieut.-Col. ret., late The
Black Watch; was temp. Lieut.-Col. in the Army
1918-19. — Allargue, Stralhdon, Aberdeenshire ;
Naval and Military Club, w. ; New Club, Edinburgh.



+ WILSON-FILMER, Arthur Thomas
FiLMER, Esq., of East Sutton Park, Kent.

Elder son of Arthur Stanley Wilson, Esq., M.P. (see
Wilson, of Tranhii Crolt, Yorkshire), by Alice Cecil
Agnes, eldest dau'. of Sir Edmund Filmer. 9th Bart.
(ext.) of East Sutton Park; h. 189.5; s. his uncle
Capt. Sir Robert Marcus Filmer, 10th and last Bart.,
M.C., F.R.G.S., J.P., Capt. Reserve of Officers, late
Grenadier Guards, and Major E E. Kent Yeo.
(Mounted Rifles), who d. of wounds received in action,
1916, and assumed the additional surname of Filmer
by deed poll 1917. Mr. Wilson-Filmer is Lieut. Ee-
- serve of Officers, late R. Horse Guards and Patron of
1 living. — East Sutton Park, Maidstone. Residence :
Raywell Hall, near Hull.



1911. — Coton Hall, near Whitchurch, Shropshire;
Residence : Hardington House, Lamington, Lanark-
shire.

+ WILSON-SLATOR, Mrs., of Belleville, co.
Meatb ; and of White Hill, co. Longford.
Harriet Yokes, only dau. of the late James Yokes
Mackey, Esq., J.P., of Scribblestown, co. Dublin,
by Marianne Sadlier, only surviving dau. of the
late William Sadlier Brnyere, Esq., of Bewick,
Northumberland ; m. 1874 George Warner Wilson-
Slator, Esq., of Belleville and of White Hill, a J.P.
for CO. Meath, and a J.P. and D.L. for co. Longford
(High Sheriff 1877), who d. 1892, leaving, with
3 daus., a son, * Henry Bevan. a D.L. for co. Long,
ford (High Sheriff 1908) and Major E. Irish
Fusihers, Special Reserve; t. 1884.— Tnii/c Hill
Edgeworthstoion ; Belleville, Dunshaughlin, co.
Meath.

WILSON-TODD, Sir William Piereepont,
Bart., of Halnaby Hall, and Tranby Park,
Yorkshire.- Cr. 1908.

Only son of Sir William Henry Wilson-Todd, lat
Bart., M.P., by Jane Marian Rutherford, who d.
1909, only child and heiress of the late John Todd,
Esq., J.P., of Halnaby Hall and Tranby Park; b.
1857 ; s. 1910 ; m. 1887 Catherine James Crawford,
younger dau. of the late James Eussel, Esq., of
Blackbraes, Stirlingshire, and had a son, James
Henry, Lieut, ret., late Scots Guards, Special Re-
serve; i. 1891, and d. 1919. Sir William Wilson-Todd,
1 who was educated at Eton, and was formerly Capt.
4th Hussars, is a Magistrate for the N. Riding of
Yorkshire. — Halnaby Hall, Croft Darlington ;
Tranby Park, Hull; Arthur's Club, s.v.: ; Turf, and
Naval and Military Clubs, w.



WILSON -FITZ GERALD, William Henry,
Esq., of Chalcombe House, Northampton-
shire ; and of Incbovegh, co. Clare.

Second son of Eichard Bassett Wilson, Esq., of Cliffe
Hall, Yorkshire, who d. 1867, by Anne, who d. 1877,
younger dau. and co-heiress of the late William
FitzGerald. Esq., of Adelphi, co. Clare ; 6. 1844 ;
TO. 1885 Isabella Olave, younger dau. of the late
Russell Charles Stanhope, Esq., of Parsonstown, co.
Meath, and has, a son, * Francis William, D.S.O.,
M.C., Capt. and temp. Major 1st E. Dragoons; edu-
cated at Eton and at New Coll., Oxford ; b. 1886. ^
Mr. Wilson-FitzGerald, who was educated at Eugby !
and at Univ. Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1866), and was called |
to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1867, assumed the j
additional surname of FitzGerald by letters patent
1872, and is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Clare (High
Sheriff 1880), and a J.P. for Northamptonshire (was
on the roll for High Sheriff for 1S91. )~Clialcoinbe
House, near Banbury ; Ngtv Universily Club, s.w. ;
Kildare Street Club, Dublin.



WILSON-MACQUEEN, Mrs., of Coton Hall,
Whitchurch, Shropshire.
Elizabeth Hester Georgina Marie Ord, only child of
the Eev. Thomas Bearcroft, Eector of Fitz, Shrop-
shire, who d. 1877, by Mary Hester Lilly Rosalie,
who d. 1897, only dau. of Col. Sir Ord John Hony-
man, 3rd Bart. {ext.). late Grenadier Guards, of Coton
Hall ; m. 1891 Capt. Robert Charles Dighton Wilson,
formerly King's E. Rifle Corps, who assumed the
additional surname of MacQueen 1912, and has a
dau., * Cecil Hester Eleanor Frederica. Mrs.
Wilson-MacQueen s. her uncle the Rev. Sir William
Macdonald Honyman, 5th and last Bart., M.A., J. P.,



WILTON, Earl of (Seymour Edward Frederic
EGERTON).-Cr. 1801.
Elder son of Arthur George, 5th Earl, by the Hon.
Mariota, youngest dau. of Frederick William Brook,
5th Lord Eendlesham ; b. 1896 ; s. 1915 ; to. 1917
Brenda, dau. of William Petersen, Esq., of Eigg,
Inverness-shire. The Earl of Wilton, who was edu-
cated at the R. Naval Colls, at Osborne and Dart-
mouth, is Sub-Lieut, ret., E.N. and Patron of 7
livings.— Residences : Warren Towers, Newmarket :
Elkington Hall, Lotith, Lincolnshire.



+ WILTON, Sir Thomas, Knt.— Cr. 1919.

B. 18 — . Sir Thomas is a J.P. for Devon and for
Dartmouth (Mayor 1900-1 and 1914-18), and Chair-
man of the Old Age Pensions, War Savings and
War Pensions Committees and formerly of the
Local Mil. TiibanaL—Hawarden, Dartmouth,
Devon : Liverness, Hayton Vale, near Neioion
Abbot, Devon.

WIMBLE, Sir John Bowring, K.B.E.— Cr.
1919.

Only son of John Wimble, Esq., who d. 1877, by
Harriet Jane, who d. 1916, dau. of the late C. T.
Bowring, Esq., of Liverpool ; b. 1868 ; m. 1893 Anne
Mason, dau. of the late William Fothergill Batho,
Esq., of Surbiton, Surrey. Sir John Wimble, who
was educated at CUfton Coll., is a Director of C.T.
Bowring & Co. Ltd., Shipowners and Merchants of
Liverpool, London, Cardiff, New York and St. John's,
Newfoundland ; Chairman of the Metropolitan Life
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Assurance Society and of the London Shipowners'
and Transport Workers' Mil. Service Committee,
find a Member of the Port of London Authority.
— ^[errow Mount, Huntercombe, near Henley-on-
Thames ; Union, and Banelagh Clubs, s.w. ; Bath
Club, w. ; City of London Club, k.c. ; 23, Cambridge
Square, Hyde Park,vr.

WIMBORNE, Viscount (Ivob Churchill
GuKST, P.C.).— Cr. 1918.
Eldest son of Ivor Bertie, 1st Lord Wimborne, by
Lady Cornelia Henrietta Maria, B.E., eldest dau.
of John Winston, 7th Duke of Marlborough, E.G. ;
b. 1873 ; s as 2nd Lord Wimborne 1914 ; m. 1002
the Hon. Alice Katherine Sibell Grosvenor, youngest
dau. of Robert Wellesley, 2nd Lord Ebury. Viscount
Wimborne, who was educated at Eton and at
Trinity Coll., Cambridge, is a Magistrate for Glamor-
ganshire (was on the roll for High Sheriff for 1900)
and for Dorsetshire, Capt. and Hon. Major late
Dorset Imp. Yeo., and Patron of 9 livings ; was
formerly Lieut. Imp. Yeo. in S. Africa, M.P. for
Plymouth 1900-6 and for Cardiff Dist. 1906-Jan.
1910, Paymaster-Gen. 1910-12, a Lord-in-Waiting
to H.M. king George V. 1913-15, and Lord-Lieut,
of Ireland 1915— May 1916 and Aug. 1916-1918.—
Canford Manor, Wimborne ; Residence : Ashby St.
Ledgers, Rugby ; Marlborough, Reform, and White's
Clubs, s.w. ; Garrick Club, w.c. ; Wimborne House,
22, Arlington Street, s.w.

IMr, Ills SOD, Ivor Grosvenor, h. 1903.

WINCHESTER, Marquess of (Henry
William Montagu Paulet).— Cr. 1551.

Second and only surviving son of John, 14th Marquess,
who d. 1887, by the Hon. Mary, who d. 1868, eldest
dau. of Henry, 6th and last Lord Rokeby ; 6. 1862 ;
s. his brother Augustus John Henry, 15th Marquess,
1899; m. 1892 Charlotte Josephine, G.B.E., dau.
of Col. John Stanley Howard, of Ballina Park, co.
Wicklow, and widow of Samuel Garnett, Esq., of
Arch Hall, co. Meath. The Marquess of Winchester
is a J. P. for Hampshire (H.M.'s Lieut. 1914-18) and
an Hon. Major in the Army ; was temp. Major 13th
(Service) Batt. Rifle Brigade 1914-15, subsequently
temp. Major Rifle Brigade, and formerly Chairman of
the Hampshire C.C; late Capt. Hampshire Carabiniers
Imp. Yeo. ; previously Lieut. 3rd Batt. Hampshire
Regt. — Amport St. Mary's, Andover ; Carlton, and
mate's Clubs, s.w. ; Tnrf Club, w. ; 23, Cavendish
Square, w.

Beir Pm., his cousin Cliarles Standish, M.V.O. (eldest sou
of Charles William Paiilet, Esq., who d. 1897. byhis 1st wife
Siisaii Amelia Georgiua. who d. 1886, 4tb dail. cfthelatc
William Staii.lish Standish, Esq., of Duxburv Park, Lanca-
sliirc), an Hon. Capt. and temp. Major in the Army ; late
Capt. Warwickshire Yeo., formerly Capt. Slid Batt. Imp.
Yeo. in S. Atl-ica ; has the Japanese Onler of tlie Rising
Sun. 4th ClsEs; b. 1873; m. 1901 Lilian, dau. of Major
William Thomas Exham Fosberv, late 77tli Regt., and has.



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WINCHESTER, Bishop of (the Right Rev.
Edward Stuart Talbot, D.D.).

Younger son of the Hon. John Chetwynd-Talbot, Q.C.,
who d. 18.52, by the Hon. Caroline Jane, who d. 1876,
only dau. of .Tames Archibald, 1st Lord Wharncliffe ;
b. 1844 ; m. 1870 the Hon. Lavinia Lyttelton, 3rd dau.
of George William, 4th Lord Lyttelton. The Bishop
of Winchester, who was educated at Charterhouse and
at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1866, M.A. 1809, D.D. 1889,
Hon. Student 1899, Hon. LL.D. Cambridge 1908),
was Warden of Keble Coll , Oxford, 1870-89, and
Vicar of Leeds 1889-95 ; consecrated Bishop of
Rochester 1895 and translated to Southwark 1905
and to Winchester 1911 ; is Prelate of the Order of



the Garter, an Hon. Chaplain, late Chaplain,
2nd Class, Territorial Force, T.D., previously
Acting Chaplain 4th Vol. Batt. E. Surrey Regt.,
Patron of 3 Archdeaconries, the Canonries in
his Cathedral, 152 livings, 1 conjointly with others,
and alternately of 4. — Farnham Castle, Surrey ;
AthencBuin Club, s.w. ; Lollards Tower, Lambeth
Palace, r.e.

WINCHILSEA AND NOTTINGHAM, Earl
of (Henry Stormont Finch-Hatton). —
Cr. 1628 and 1681.

Third son of George William, 10th Earl of Winchil-
sea and 5th Earl of Nottingham, who d. 1858, by
his 3rd wife Fanny Margaret, who d. 1909, eldest
dau. of the late Edward Royd Rice, Esq., of Dane
Court, Kent ; b. 1852 ; s. his brother Murray Edward
Gordon, 12th Earl of Winchilsea and 7th Earl of
Nottingham, 1898 ; ?h. 1882 Anne Jane, elder dau. of
the late Adm. of the Fleet Sir Henry John Codrington,
K.C.B. The Earl of Winchilsea and Nottingham,
who was educated at Eton and at Balliol Coll., Oxford,
is a Magistrate for Lincolnshire and for Merioneth-
shire, Hereditary Lord of the R. Manor of Wye,
and Patron of 3 livings. — Haverhohne. Priory,
Sleaford, Lincolnshire ; Carlton, ■ White's, and
British Empire Clubs, s.w.

Netr, his son Guy Montagu George, Viscount Maidstone,
O.B.E., U.S.C, temp. Lieut.-Comm. R. Naval Vol. Reserve '
and temp. Lieut.-Col. R.A.P. ; late Lieut. R. East Kent
Yeo. ; has the French Croix de Guerre ; educated at Eton '
and at Magdalen Coll., Oxford ;(•. 1886 ; m. 1910 Margaretta
Armstrong, only dau. of Anthony Joseph Drexel, Esq., of
New York, U.'S.A., and has, with other issue, a son,
* Christopher Guy Heneage, h. 1911.

WINCHILSEA AND NOTTINGHAM, Edith,
Countess of.

Only dau. of Edward William Harcourt, Esq., of
Nuneham Park, Oxfordshire, who d. 1891, by Lady
Susan Harriet, who d. 1894, dau. of the 2nd Earl of
Sheflield (rat.) ; m. 1875 Murray Edward Gordon, 12th
Earl of Winchilsea and 7th Earl of Nottingham,
who d. 1898. — Haverholme Dower House, Sleaford,
Lincolnshire.

WINDER. See Corbett-Winder.

WINDHAM, Ashe, Esq., of Wawne, Yorkshire.

Eldest son of Ashe Windham, Esq., of Wawne, who
d. 1909, by Juliet Alexa, who d. 1909, dau. of the
late Col. Hugh Maclean, Scots Guards, 15th and last
Laird of Coll, Argyllshire ; b. 1863 ; m.. 1903 Cora
Ellen Sowerby, younger dau. of the late Capt. Henry
Sowerby Middleton, Oxfordshire L.I., and has, with
other issue, a son, *Ralph, 6. 1905. Mr. Windham is a
B.A. of the University of the Cape of Good Hope, a
Magistrate for the E. Riding of Yorkshire, an Hon.
Capt. in the Army, and Capt. and Hon. Major ret., late
3rd Batt. E. Yorkshire Regt. — Residence : Waghen
Hall, Hull, Yorkshire.

WINDLE, Sir Bertram Coghill Alan, Knt.,
F.R.S., F.S.A.— Cr. 1912.
Elder surviving son of the Rev. Samuel Allen
Windle, B.D., Vicar of Market Rasen, Lincolnshire,
who d. 1880, by Sydney Katherine. who d. 1910, 5th
dau. of Vice- Adm. Sir Josiah Coghill, 3rd Bart. ; b.
1858; TO. 1st 1886 Madeline Mary, who d. 1900,
only dau. of the late William Hudson, Esq., of Small
Heath, Birmingham ; 2ndly 1901 Edith Mary, 2nd
dau. of 0. Nazer, Esq., of Ashford. Sir Bertram
Windle, who was educated at Repton and at Trinity
Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1880, M.B. and B.Ch. 1882, M.A.
and M.D. 1883, D.Sc. 1891, M.Sc. Birmingham 1901,



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Hon. LL.D. Birmingham 1909), was formerly Dean of
the Medical Faculty and Professor of Anatomy and
Anthropology at Birmingham Univ., a Member of
the Consultative Committee of the Board of Educa-
tion, a Commissioner for Intermediate Education in
Ireland and a Member of the Irish Convention
1917-18 ; is Pro-Vice-Chancellor of the National
Univ. of Ireland, Chairman of the Standing Com-
mittee of the Irish Technical Association, and a
Member of the Gen. Medical Council, and has been
President of Univ. Coll. (Queen's Coll. 1904-8), Cork,
since 1904. — University College, Cork; Listarkin,
Union Hall, co. Cork :. Authors' Club, s.w. ; Stephen's
Green Club, Dublin.

WINDSOR, Viscount. See under Plymouth,
Earl of.



WINDSOR-OLIVE.



Phimouth, Earl oj.



WINFREY, Sir RicHAto, Knt.— Or. 1914.

Eldest son of Richard Francis Winfrey, Esq., J.P.,
of Long Sutton, Lincolnshire, who d. 1894, by
Elizabeth, who d. 1917, dau. of the late Thomas
Wright, of Claxby, Lincolnshire ; b. 1858 ; to. 1897
Annie Lucy, dau. of the late William Pattinson,
Esq., Contractor, of Ruskington, Lincolnshire. Sir
Richard Winfrey, who was educated at King's Lynn,
is a Newspaper Proprietor ; Manager of various
newspaper cos. in the Eastern Counties ; a J.P.
for Norfolk ; a Member of the C.C. and of the
Education Committee of the Soke of Peterborough ;
a Town Councillor of Peterborough, and Chairman
of the Lincolnshire and Norfolk Small Holdings
Association, which he established in 1897 ; was
Parliamentary Secretary (unpaid) to the President
of the Board of Agriculture (Marquis of Lincoln-
shire) 1906-10 and Parliamentary Secretary to the
Board of Agriculture and Fisheries Dec. 1916-1919 ;
has been M.P. for the S.-W. Div. of Norfolk since
1901). — Sutton House, Peterborough ; Reform, and
National Liberal Clubs, s.w.

WING, John Sladen, E.sq., of Market Over-
ton, Rutland.
Elder surviving son of William Wing, Esq., J.P.,
who d. 1887, by his 2nd wife JuUa Augusta, who
d. 1910, youngest dau. of the late John Baker Sladen,
Esq., D.L., of Ripple Court, Kent ; b. 1862 ; s. his
brother William Hinman Wing, Esq., M.A., F.S.A.,
1912 ; TO. 1897 Evelyn Beatrix Dundas, only dau.
of the late Major Edward Sydney Burnett, R.H.A.,
and has had, with a dau.. Halcyon Sladen, an only
son, Vincent Sladen, Lieut. R.F.A., Special Reserve ;
b. 1898, and killed in action 1917.— Market Overton,
near Oakham; St. Steplien's Club, s.w.; 21, Cheyne
Gardens, Chelsea Embankment, s.w.

WING. See Staunton-Wing.

WINGATE, Gen. Sir (Francis) Reginald,
G.C.B., G.C.V.O., G.B.E., K.C.M.G.,
D.S.O.— Cr. K.C.M.G. 1898, K.C.B. 1900,
G.C.V.O. 1912, G.C.B. 1914, G.B.E.
1918.

Son of the late Andrew Wingate, Esq., of Broadfield,
Renfrewshire; b. 1861; m. 1888 Catherine Leslie, a
Lady of Grace of the Order of St. John of .Jerusalem,
who has the Grand Cordon of the Egyptian Order of
El Kemal, dau. of the late Capt. Joseph Sparkhall
Bundle, R.N. Sir Reginald Wingate was an Extra
A.D.C. to Queen Victoria and to King Edward VII.
1897-1902, accompanied the Special Mission to



Abyssinia 1897 and was in charge of the Mission
to Somaliland 1909, is a Gen., late R.A., Col. Com-
mandant R.A., Hon. Col. 7th Batt. Manchester Regt.,
a Knight of Grace of the Order of St. John of
Jerusalem, and Hon. D.C.L. Oxford 1905 ; was
Sirdar of the Egyptian Army and Governor-Gen. of
the Soudan 1899-1916; appointed High Com-
missioner in Egypt 1916 ; has the Grand Cordons
of the Orders of Mohammed Ali, the Nile, the
Medjidie and the Osmanieh, and the Order of the
Star of Ethiopia. — British Residency, Cairo, Egypt ;
Knockenhair, Dunbar, N.B. ; Army and Navy Club,
s.w. ; Beefsteak Club, w.c.



WINGATE, Sir Andeew, K.C.I.E.— Cr. 1899.

Son of the late Rev. William Wingate ; b. 1846 ; m.
1887 Henriette Catharine, dau. of Col. Duncan Scott
Pemberton, R.A. Sir Andrew Wingate was formerly
in the Indian C.S. — Riverdale House, Twickenham
Park, Middlesex.

WINGFIELD, Anthony Henry, Esq., of
Ampthill House, Bedfordshire.

Elder son of George John Wingfield, Esq., who d. 1860,
by Sophia, who d. 1899, youngest dau. of the late
Philip Duncombe Pauncefote-Duncombe, Esq., of
Great Brickhill Manor, Bucks ; b. 1857 ; m. 1888 Julia,
who


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