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William Younger, Esq., of Auchen
Castle, who d. 1886, by Margaret, who d. 1900, dau.
of the late John Wyld Brown, Esq., of Sydney,
N.S.W. ; b. 1862 ; »!. 1888 Helen Caroline, eldest dau.
of Sir Robert Gunter, 1st Bart., of Wetherby Grange,
Yorkshire. Sir William Younger, who was formerly
Major Nottinghamshire (Sherwood Rangers) Yeo.,
and previously Lieut. 16th Lancers, and Leicester-
shure Yeo. Cav., is a Magistrate for Dumfriesshire,
and Major Territorial Force Reserve, previously temp.
Capt. (temp. Major 1914-lC) Lanarkshire Yeo., and
was M.P. for Lincolnshire (Stamford Div.) 1895-
1906, and for Peeblesshire and Selkirkshire Jan.-Nov.
1910.— Auchen Castle, Moffat, N.B. ; Allershaw, near
Abington, N.B.; Brooks's, and Orleans Clubs, s.w. ;
New Club, Edinburgh.

Heir, his son William Robert, an Hon. Attacb* in tha Diplo-
matic otrvioe; 6. 1888; m. I91i Joan Gweuiioline., younger
dau. of tbe Hi'B. Luuis Van 'en-Berapii''-Johcstoue. of
Levingtou Hall. Suffolk, and has, with other issue, a eon,
•William Anthony, l>. 1917.

YOUNGER, Sir Geoege, Bart., of Leckie,
Stirlingshire.— Cr. 1911.
Eldest son of James Younger, Esq., of Alloa, Clack-
mannanshire, who d. 1868. by Janet, who d. 1912,
eldest dan. of the late John McEwan, Esq., of Alloa;
b. 1851 ; m. 1879 Lucy, younger dau. of the late
Edward Smith, Esq., M.D.,F.R.S., of London, and of
Heanor Fall, Derbyshire. Sir George Younger, who
was educated at the Edinburgh Academy and at



Edinburgh Univ., and was President of the C.C.'s
Association of Scotland 1902-4, and of the National
Union of Conservative Associations in Scotland
1903-4, is a J.P. and D.L. for Clackmannanshire
(Convener 1893-1906), and for Stirlingshire, and has
been M.P. for the Ayr Dist. since 1906.— Lecfcie.
Gargunnock, Stirlingshire ; Carlton, and Conser
votive Clubs, s.w. ; New Club, Edinburgh ; Western
Club, Glasgow; County Club, Ayr; County Club,
Stirling ; Northern Counties' Club, NeiocastU-on-
Tyne ; 1, Wilton Terrace, Belgrave Square, s.w.

Hfir, bis son James, D.S.O., Lieiit.-Col. Fife and Fovfar Yeo.,
T.D. ; educated at Winchester and at New Coll., Oxford
(B.A. 1905) ; b. 1880 ; m. 1906 Maud, elder dau. of Sir John
Gilmoar, 1st Bart., of Luiidin, and Montrave, Pifeshire, and
has, with other issue, a son, * Edward George, 6. 1906.

YOUNGER, the Hon. Sir Robeet, G.B.E.
— Cr. Knt. 1915, G.B.E. 1917.

Youngest son of James Younger, Esq., of Alloa,
Clackmannanshire, who d. 1868, by Janet, who d.
1912, eldest dau. of the late John McEwan, Esq., of
Alloa ; b. 1861. Sir Robert Younger, who was
educated at Edinburgh Academy and at Balliol
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1883. Hon. Fellow 1916, Hon.
LL.D. Edinburgh 1919), called to the Bar at the
Inner Temple 1884, appointed a Q.C. 1900 and elected
a Bencher of Lincoln's Inn 1907, has been a Judge
of tbe High Court of Justice, Chancery Div., since
1915.— Athentemn, Oxford and Cambridge, and Neio
University Clubs, s.w. ; Bachelors' Club, w. ; Neio,
and University Clubs, Edinburgh; 73, South Audley
Street, w.

YOUNGHUSBAND, Lieut.-Col. Sir Fe.^ncis
Edwaed, K.C.S.I., K.C.I.E.— Cr. K.C.I.B.
1904, K.C.S.I. 1917.

Second son of Major-Gen. John William Younghus-
band, C.S.I., who d. 1907, by Clara Jane Shaw, who d.
1891 ; b. 1863 ; to. 1897 Helen Augusta, dau. of the lata
Charles Magniae, Esq., M.P., of Colworth, Bedford-
shire. Sir Francis Younghusband, who was educated
at Chfton and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst (Hon.
LL.D. Edinburgh 1905, and Bristol 1912, and Hon.
D.Sc. Cambridge 1905), is Lieut.-Col. ret., late Indian
Army, previously Capt. 1st Dragoon Guards, and
was Political Agent Chitral 1893-4, and Haraoti and
Tonk 1898-1900, Resident Indore 1902-3, British
Commissioner to Tibet 1903-4, Resident in Kashmir
1906-10, and President of the R. Geographical
Society 1919.— Travellers' Club, s.w. ; 3, Buckingham
Gate, s.w.

YOUNGHUSBAND, Major-Gen. Sir Geoege
John, K.C.M.G., K.C.I.E., C.B., P.R.G.S.
— Cr. K.C.I.E. 1913, K.C.M.G. 1915.

Eldest son of Major-Gen. John William Young-
husband, C.S.I., who d. 1907, by Clara Jane Shaw,
who d. 1891 ; b. 1859 ; m. 1891 MadeUne, eldest dau.
of the late Edward Wood, Esq., D.L., of Culmington
Manor, Shropshire. Sir George Younghusband, who
was educated at Clifton Coll. and at the R. Mil.
Coll., Sandhurst, is a Major-Gen. Indian ,irmy and
the Author of ' Story of the Guides,' ,.>cc. ; was
Commandant Q.O. Corps of Guides, and in com-
mand of the 3rd Batt. Imp. Yeo. in S. Africa 1899-
1900, of Younghusband's Horse there 1901-2, of the
Fyzabad Brigade, Northern Ai'my in India, 1909-11,
of the Derajat Brigade, Northern Army, 1911-14, of
a Brigade 1914-15 and of a Div. 1915-17; appointed
Keeper of the Jewel House, Tower of London, 1917.
— United Service, and Hurlingham Clubs, s.w.;
Tower of London, e.c.





YOXALL, Sir James Henky, Knt.— Cr. 1909.

Eldest son of Henry Houghton Yoxall, Esq., of
Kedditch, who d. 1913, by Elizabeth, who d. 1904,
only dau. of the late James Smallwood, Esq., of
Eedditch ; h. 1857 ; m. 1886 Elizabeth, eldest dau.
of the late Lieut.-Col. William Henry Coles, E.E.
Sir James Yoxall, who was educated at the Wesleyan
School, Redditch, and at Westminster Training Coll.
(Hon. M.A. Cambridge 1899 and Oxford 19071, was
President of the National Union of Teachers lt91-2,
and a B. Commissioner on Secondary Education
1894-5, is a J.P. for Richmond, Surrey, an Author
and a Journalist, Gen. Secretary of the National
Union of Teachers, and Officier d'Academie de

France, and sat as M.P. for the W. Div. of Notting-
ham 1895-1918.— Spriwg/ieZd, Keio Gardens Road,
Kew, Surrey ; Reform Chib, s w. ; Hamilton House,
Mabledon Place, Euston Road, w.c.

YULE, Sir David, Knt.— Cr. 1912.

Eldest son of David Yule, of Edinburgh, who d.
1910 ; 6. 1858; m. 1900 Annie Henrietta, only dau.
of the late Andrew Yule, of Calcutta. Sir David
Yule, who was educated at the R. High School,
Edinburgh, is an East Indian Merchant and a Knight
of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem. —
Hanstead House, near St. Albans, Hertfordshire

ZAHAROFF, Sir Basil, G.C.B., G.B.E.— Cr.
G.B.E. 1918, G.C.B. 1919.

Onlyson of Basil Zaharofi, Esq., of Paris, who d. 1880,
by Hel^ne, who d. 1885, dau. of the late George
Prassinos, Esq., of Paris ; b. 1850. Sir Basil Zaharoff,
who was educated in London and Paris (Docteur
en droit), and called to the Bar at Paris 1874, has
founded Professorships of Aviation in the Univs. of
Paris, Petrograd and London, and Marshal Foch
Professorship of French Literature at Oxford Univ. ;
is a Banker ; has the Grand Cross of the Legion of
Honour. -53, Aveiiue Hoche, Paris ; Chdteau de
Balincourt, Seine-et-Oise, France ; Marlborough
Club, s.w.

ZETLAND, Marquess of (Laweence Dundas,
K.T., P.C.).— Cr. 1892.
Eldest son of Hon. John Charles Dundas, Lord
Lieut, of Orkney and Shetland, who d. 1866,
by Margaret Matilda, who d. 1907, eldest dau.
of the late James Talbot, Esq., of Maryville, co.
Wexford; b. 1844; s. his uncle Thomas, 2nd
Earl of Zetland, K.T., as 3rd Earl 1873; m.
1871 Lady Lilian Selina EUzabeth, 3rd dau.
of Richard G orge, 9th Earl of Scarbrough. The
Marquess of Zetland, who was educated at Harrow
and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge, is a J.P. for the
N. Riding of Yorkshire, Vice -Lieut, of Stirlingshire,
Hon. Col. 3rd Batt. Alexandra, Princess of Wales's

Own Yorkshire Regt., Hon. Commandant N. Riding
Vol. Regt. and Patron of 3 livings ; was formerly
Lieut. R. Horse Guards, Capt. Yorkshire Hussars Yeo.
Cav., Hon. Col. 1st N. Riding of Yorkshire E.G.A.
Vols., M.P. for Richmond 1872-3, a Lord in
Waiting 1880, Lord Lieut, of Ireland 1889-92, and
Mayor of Richmond, Yorkshire, 1896 and 1897. —
Aske, Richmond, Yorkshire; Marske Hall, Marske-
by-the-Sea, Yorkshire; Carlton, Marlborojigh
Travellers', Pratt's, and Hurlingham Clubs, s.w. ;
Turf Club, w. ; R. Yacht Squadron, Coioes ; 19,
Arlington Street, s.w.

Beir, his son Lawrence Johu Lumley, Earl of Ronaldshajr

ZOUCHE, Baroness (Maey Cecil Feank-
land).— Cr. 1307-8.
Only child of Col. George Augustus Curzon, J.P.,late
2nd Life Guards (nephew of the 14th Lord), who i^.
1912, by his 2nd wife Mary Louisn Anne Frances
Josephine Martha, who d. 1889, eldest dau. of the late
William Michael Ince Anderton, Esq., of Euxton
Hall, Lancashire; s. her cousin Darea (Curzon), 16th
Baroness, 1917; to. 1901, as his 2nd wife. Sir Fred-
erick William Francis George Frankland, 10th Bart.
{joliom see). Baroness Zouche is Patron of 2 livings.
— Parliam, Pulhorough, Sussex.

1 Thomas WiUii

, Assheton, i. ) 903.



[The following Corrections, Additions and Notices luere received too late for insertion in their
proper places.]

ABERDARE, Lord.— The Christian names of the
Hon. Clarence Napier Bruce's son, b. June 16th,
1919, are Morys George Lyndhurst.

ABINGDON, Earl of.— His son, temp. Capt. Lord
Norreys, Gen. List, has relinquished his com-
mission, retaining the rank of Capt., and his grand-
Lieut, and temp. Capt. the Hon. Montagu

ALLENBY, Gen. Sir Edmund Henry Hynman,
G.C.B., G.C.M.6.— Has been promoted Field
Marshal, and H.M. The King has been pleased
to confer a Viscountcy of the United Kingdom
upon him.

ALTHAM, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Edward Altham, K.C.B.,
C.M.G. — Has given up the residence : Rotherwood,

HeAry Edmund Cecil ' Towneley-Bertie, ' Grenadier Salisbury.

Guards, Specia,l Reserve, has relinquished the aJIPHLETT, John, Esq.-His mother Eliza Anne

temp, rank of Capt. jj^g Amphlett, d. July 14th, 1919.

ACLAND, Adm. Sir William Alison Dyke, Bart.,
C.V.O. — His son. Major William Henry Dyke
Aeland, M.C., A.F.C, has a dau., b. July 12th.

ACTON, Lord. — Has been appointed Envoy Extra-
ordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to the
Republic of Finland.

ADYE, Major-Gen. Sir Jolm, K.C.M.G., C.B.— Has
relinquished the temp, appointment of a Deputy
Director at the War Office.

AGNEW, Charles Morland, Esq., O.B.E.— His son.
Capt. Charles Gerald Agnew, has a 2nd son, b.
July 9th, 1919.

AIRD, Sir John, Bart. — His son, Lieut. John Renton
Aird, M.C., Grenadier Guards, has ceased to serve
with Guards' M.G. Regt.

AIRLIE, Earl of. — His brother and heir pres., Lieut,
the Hon. Bruce Arthur Ashley Ogilvy, M.C., Irish
Guards, has been transferred to 12th Lancers.

Sinclair, K.C.B., M.V.O. — Has vacated the com-
mand of the 3rd Light Cruiser Squadron,
Mediterranean Fleet.

ALINGTON, Lord, d. July 30th, 1919, and is s. by

ALINGTON, Lord (Napier George Henry
Sturt.)— Cr. 1876.

Only surviving son of Humphrey Napier, 2nd
Lord, K.C.V.O., by Lady Feodorowna, elder dau.
of Charles Philip, 5th Earl of Hardwicke, P.C. ;
b. 1896 ; s. 1919 ; is Lieut. R.A.F.—Crichel, Wim-
borne, Dorset ; 38, Portman Square, vr.

ANDERSON. Mary Dora Somerville, Lady.— Is
now resident at Port of Spain, Trinidad.

ANDERSON, Rupert Darnley, Esq.-His son,
Rupert Darnley Swithun, has been appointed
2nd Lieut. 7th' Hussars, from the R. Mil. Coll.,

ANGLESEY, Marquess of. — Has another dau.,
b. July 21st, 1919, and has been appointed a D.L.
for Anglesey.

ARBUTHNOT, Col. Sir Dalrymple, Bart., C.M.G. ,
D.S.O., R.A. — Has been placed on half pay.

ARMSTRONG, Sir George Elliot, Bart., C.M.G.,
Acting Comm. Emergency List R.N. — Has been
promoted Comm.

ARMSTRONG, Thomas Priaulx St. George, Esq.,
d. Aug. 9th, 1919.

ASHWORTH, Philip Henry, Esq., Lieut. Grenadier
Guards, Special Reserve. — Has relinquished the
temp, rank of Capt.

ASTELL, Richard John Vereker, Esq.— Has left
the British Legation, Tehran, Persia, and is a
Member of St. James's Club, W.

ATHLUMNEY, Lord, m. July 30th, 1919, Margery,
eau. of Mr. Boan, of Australia, and Pyports, Cobham,

ATHLOXE, Earl of.— Has relinquished the temp.
laik of Brigadier-Gen.

ATHOLL, Duke of.— Has been awarded the T.D.

AWDRY, Major Charles Selwjm, D.S.O., reported
wounded and missing from March 2oth, 1918. —
Has been presumed to have d. on or since that



AYLMER, Major John Algernon.— His son, Capt. BAYLEY, James, Esq.— His son, Lieut.-Comm.
John Wyndham Aylmer, M.C., has a son, b. July James Bayley, ret. R.N., has been promoted
20th, 1919. ^ ^

BAILLIE, Sir Duncan Colvin, K.C.S.I., d. Aug. 30th,

BAILLIE, Mrs., of Culter Allers, Lanarkshire.— Her
daughter. Miss Katheriue Farquharson Baillie,
m. July 15th, 1919, Lieut.-Comm. Kenneth Francis
Dyke Acland, R.N.

BAIRD, Sir William James Gardiner, Bart.— His
son, Capt. James Hozier Gardiner Baird, M.C.,
4th Batt. Bedfordshire Regt., has ceased to be
employed with M.G.C.

BALFOUR OF BURLEIGH, Lord.— His son, temp.
Capt. and Brevet Major the Hon. George John
Gordon Bruce, Master of Burleigh, has relinquished
his commission, retaining the rank of Major. i

BALFOUR, Edward, Esq.— His son. Major Edward '
William Sturgis Balfour, D.S.O., O.B.E., M.C..
has a son, b. July 28th, 1919.

BALL, Frances Elizabeth, Lady, d. Aug. 6th, 1919. j

BALLANCE, Col. Sir Charles Alfred, K.C.M.G., C.B., |
M.V.O., F.R.C.S.— Has been appointed a Knight
of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

BALLARAT, Bishop of. — Is no longer owner of
Glanatore, co. Waterford, and his son, Lieut.
Ma.xwell Sidney Harold Maxwell-Gumbleton, R.F.A.,
has been awarded the M.C.

BANGOR, Viscount, Major Reserve of Officers. —
Has been promoted Lieut. -Col.

BARDWELL, Thomas Newman Frederick, Esq.
— His son, Capt. Thomas Garnett Newman Bard-
well, has been awarded the T.D.

BARING-GOULD, the Rev. Sabine.— His son, Edward
Sabine, temp. Capt. and Acting Major R.A.S.C,
has relinquished the Acting rank of Major.

BARKER, Mrs. Rowland.— Her son, Capt. and
Acting Major Geoffrey Palgravo Barker, Suffolk
Yeo., has relinquished the Acting rank of Major.

BARNARDISTON, Major-Gen. Nathaniel Walter,
C.B., M.V.O., d. Aug. 18th, 1919.

BARNETT, Lieut. -Col. George Henry, C.M.G.,
D.S.O. — Has relinquished the appointment of
A.A. and Q.M.G. and the temp, rank of Lieut.-Col.

BARTON, Major (temp. Lieut.-Col.) Bajjtist Johnston,
D.S.O. (with Bar).— Has relinquished the temp,
rank of Lieut.-Col. on ceasing to command 4th
Batt. Yorkshire L.I.

BASS, Sir William Arthur Hamar, Bart., Lieut.
Reserve of Officers.— Has relinquished the temp,
rank of Capt. 5th Reserve Regt. of Cav. and has
been promoted Capt. Reserve of Officers.

BATESON, Alexander Dingwall, Esq., K.C.— His
wife Isabel Mary, Mrs. Bateson, d. July 17th,

BATHURST, Henry ViUebois, Esq., d. Aug. 24th,

BATTERSBY, George, Esq., ,/. Aug. 18th, 1919.

BAYLEY, Sir Henry Dennis Readett, K.B.E.— Has
been appointed an Officer of tlio Legion of Honour.

BEATTY, Adm. of the Fleet Sir David, G.C.B.,
G.C.V.O., D.S.O., O.M.— H.M. The King has
been pleased to confer an Earldom of the United
Kingdom upon Sir David Beatty, and he has had
I the Hon. degree of LL.D. conferred upon him by
Cambridge Univ.

BEAUFORT, Duke of.— His son, the Marquess of
j Worcester, has been appointed 2nd Lieut. R.
Horse Guards.

BECKWITH, Henry John, Esq.— His son. Major
William Malebisse Beckwith, D.S.O., Reserve
of Officers, has relinquished the temp, rank of

BELL, Capt. Ernest Fitzroy MORRISON-, O.B.E.,
Reserve of Officers. — Has ceased to command
R. Wiltshire Yeo.

BELL, Lieut.-Col. Matthew Gerald Edward, O.B.E.,
— Has been appointed an Officer of the Legion
of Honour.

BELL, William Abraham, Esq. — His son. Major
William Archibald Juxon Bell, has a son, William
Archibald Ottley, b. July 7th, 1919.

BELLEW, Capt. Froude Dillon, D.S.O., M.C,
Somerset L.I.— Has relinquished the temp, rank
of Lieut.-Col. on ceasing to command 6th Batt.

BENCE, Edward Starkie, Esq.— Has let Kentwell
Hall, Long Melford, Suffolk.

BERESFORD OF METEMMEH, Lord, d. Sept. 6th.
1919, and is survived by his wife :


Mina, dau. of Richard Gardner, Esq., M.P. for
Leicester, who d. 1856; m. 1878 Adm. Charles
William De La Poer (Beresford), 1st and only
Lord Beresford of Metemmeh (cr. 1916), G.C.B.,
G.C.V.O., LL.D., D.C.L., Hon. Col. of the R.
Marine Brigade, who was Naval A.D.C!. to H.M.
King Edward VII., then Prince of Wales, during
his visit to India 1875-6 ; Junior Lord of the
Admiralty 1886-8 ; Naval A.D.C. to H.M. Queen
Victoria 1897 ; 2nd in command of the Mediter-
ranean Fleet 1900-2 ; in command of the Channel
Fleet 1903-5 ; Commander-in-Chief of the Atlantic
Fleet 1905, on the Mediterranean Station 1905-7,
and of the Channel Fleet 1907-9, and M.P. for
CO. Waterford 1874-80, for Marylebone E. Div.
1885-9, for York City 1898-9, for Woolwich 1902-3
and for Portsmouth Jan. 1910-1916, who had
the Grand Cross of the Orders of the Red Eagle
of Germany, the Redeemer of Greece and St. Olaf
of Norway, and the Grand Cordon of the Legion
of Honour and of the Medjidie, and who d. 1919,
leaving 2 daus.— 1, Great Cvmberland Place, w.

BERNERS, Lord.— Has sold Keythorpe Hall,

BETTY, Mrs.— Her husband. Brevet Lieut.-Col.
Paget Kemmis Betty, C.M.G., D.S.O., has
relinquished the temp, rank of Lieut.-Col.

BETTY, Major William Raymond Prcndergast
Kemmis, O.B.E.— Has relinquished his Staff
appointment and the temp, rank of Lieut.-Col.


BEVAN, Francis Augustus, Esq., d. Aug. 31st, 1919.

BEVEEIDGE, Sir William Henry, K.C.B.— Has
resigned the Secretaryship of the Ministry of Food.

BEWICKE. Calverly, Esq., O.B.E., M.C.— His
mother d. Sept. 8th, 1919.

BEYNON, Major-Gen. Sir William George Lawrence,
K.C.I.E., C.B., D.S.O.— Commanded 16th IncUan
Div. 1918-19.

BIGGE, Hubert John, Esq., Lieut. 19th Hussars.—
Has been placed on h.p. on account of ill-health.

BILL, Capt. Charles Fitz Herbert, 4th Batt. N.
Staffordshire Regt. — Has relinquished his com-
mission and has been granted the hon. rank of

BINGHAM, Major-Gen. the Hon. Sir Cecil Edward,
K.C.M.G., C.B., C.V.O.— Has been appointed
Col. 2nd Life Guards.

BINNING, Sir Ai-thur William, Kjit.— Is a Member
of the Western Club, Glasgow.

BIRDWOOD, Gen. Sir William Riddell, G.C.M.G
K.C.B., K.C.S.L, CLE., D.S.O.— H.M. The King
has been jjleased to confer a Baronetcy upon Sir
William Birdwood, and he has had the Hon. degree
of LL.D. conferred upon him by Camb. Univ.

BIRKIN, Sir Thomas Isaac, Bart.— His grandson,
Mr. Henry Ralph Stanley Birkin, Lieut. R. Warwick-
shire Regt., has resigned his commission and has
been appointed Lieut. Reserve of Oiiicers.

BLAKER, Sir John George, Knt., O.B.E.— H.M.
The King has been pleased to confer a Baronetcy
upon Sir John Blaker.

BLAND-SUTTON, Sir Jolm, Knt., temp. Hon.
Lieut. -Col. R.A.M.C. — Has relinquished his com-
mission on reposting.

BOLS, Major-Gen. Sir Louis Jean, K.C.B., K.C.M.G.,
D.S.O. — Has been appointed Hon. Col. 12th Batt.
London Regt.

BOSANQUET, Adm. Sir Day Hort, G.C.M.G.,
G.C.V.O., K.C.B. — His residence is now Martyn
House, Henfield, Sussex.

worth Macdonald (Macdonald of The Isles), Bart.
— His son, Ml'. Godfrey Middleton Bosville Mac-
donald, M.B.E., has a dau., 6. July 30th, 1919.

BOURINOT, Lady.— Her Ladyship's residence is
now Toronto, Canada.

BOUVERIE, Seymour PLEYDELL-, Esq.— His
son, Mr. Philip Hales Pleydell-Bouverie, has been |
appointed 2nd Lieut. Coldstream Guards, Special

BOWATER, Sir (Thomas) Vansittart, Bart.— His
son and heir, Mr. Rainald Vansittart Bowater,
has a dau.. Daphne Audrey, b. July 15th, 1919.

BOWLBY, Sir Anthony Alfred, K.C.B., K.C.M.G.,
K.C.V.O., F.R.C.S., Lieut.-Col. R.A.M.C, T.F.—
Has retired and has been granted the rank of

BOYCE, Major-Gen. Sir William George Bertram,
K.C.M.G., C.B., D.S.O.— Has relinquished the
appointment of Director of Transport.

BOYD, Capt. John.— His son, Lieut. -Comm. Jolm
Gordon Boyd, E.N., m. Aug. 19th, 1919, Violet
Constance, youngest dau. of Surgeon Lieut.-Col.
James Stuart Brooke, of Brooke Hill, co. Donegal.

BOYD, Mrs., of Ballymacool, co. Donegal. — Her
father. Col. James Henry Dopping, d. Aug. 12th,

BRABOURNE, Lord.— His son, the Hon. Michael
Herbert Rudolph Knatchbull-Hugessen, M.C., has
been granted a permanent commission as Flying
Officer R.A.F., and has assumed by deed poll the
surname of Knatchbull in lieu of Knatchbull-

BRADBURY, Sir John Swanwick, K.C.B.— Has
been appointed Principal British Representative on
the Reparation Commission in Paris.

BRADLEY-BIRT, Francis Bradley, Esq.— Is no
longer Magistrate and Collector of Hooghly.

BRANCKER, Major-Gen. Sir (William) Sefton,
K.C.B., A.F.C. — Has been appointed a Comm.
of the Belgian Order of Leopold, and has moved
to k6. The Albany, Piccadilly, w.

BRAND, Capt. the Hon. Sir Hubert George, K.t^.M.G.,
CB., C.V.O. — Has been appointed a D.L. for

BRASSEY, Earl. — Has been promoted a Knight
of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

BRASSEY, Sybil de Vere, Countess.— Has moved
from 39, Soult Street, W., to 9, Berkeley House,
Hay Hill, W.

BREVITT, Sir Horatio, Knt.— Has resigned the
aijpointment of Solicitor and Clerk to the Wolver-
hampton and Staffordshire (Joint) Small Pox
Hospital Board.

BRISE, Sir Evelyn John RUGGLES-, K.C.B.—

Has moved to 25, Gilbert Street, Grosvenor Square, w.

BRISTOL, Marquess of. — His brother and heir pres. ,
Lord Walter John Hervey, temp. Major Gen.
List, has relinquished his commission, retaining
the rank of Major.

BROADMEAD, William Bucknell, Esq., d. Aug.,

BROCK, Rear-Adm. Sir Osmond De Beauvoir,
K.C.B., K.CM.G., K.C.V.O.— Has been appointed
Deputy Chief of tlie Naval Staff and a Lord Com-
missioner of the Admiralty.

BROMHEAD, Sir Benjamin Parnell, Bart. — His
grandson and heir, Benjamin Denis Gonville, has
been appointed 2nd Lieut. Unattached List, Indian

BROOKE, Sir Arthur Richard DE CAPELL-,
Bart., Capt. and Hon. Major 3rd Batt. Northampton-
shire Regt. — Has relinquished his commission,
retaining his rank.

BROOKUMG, Major-Gen. Sir Harry Triscott, K.C.B. ,
K.C.S.L, K.C.M.G.— Commanded a Div. in Meso-
potamia 1916-19.

BROOKSBANK, Edward Clitherow, Esq.— H.M.
The King has been pleased to confer a Baronetcy
upon Mr. Brooksbank.



His son, Mr. Arthur Ralph Handcock Broughton-
Adderley, m. July 9th, 1919, Chloe, 2nd dau. of
Walter Philip, Esq., of 5, Portman Square, W.

BROWJf, Henry Clarke, Esq.— His son, Mr. John
Gierke Brown, has been appointed a J. P. for Oxford-
shire, i

BROWNE, Mrs., of St. John's Point, co. Down.— j
Her son, Lieut. -Col. Andrew Duncan Montague
Browne, D.S.O., has a dau., b. July 20th, 1919.

BRUCE, Capt. Sir Hervey Ronald, Bart.— The
Christian names of his son and heir, b. June 29th,
1919, are Hervey John William.

BUCHANAN, the Right Hon. Sir George William,
G.C.B., G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O.— Has been appointed
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary
to Italy.

BUCHANAN, Sir George Cunningham, K.C.I.E.,
late temp. Brigadier-Gen. Gen. List. — Has been
granted the Hon. rank of Brigadier-Gen. on retire-

BUCKNILL, the Hon. Sir John Alexander Strachey,
Knt., K.C. — Has given up the residence : St.
Michael's, Eynsham, Oxfordshire.

BULTEEL, John George, Esq.— His son, Capt.

John Crocker Bulteel, D.S.O., M.C., R. Bucks

Hussars Yec, has been appointed temp. Major

BURDETT, Sir Charles Grant, Bart., d. Nov. 20th,
1918, and is .s. by his son :

BURDETT, Sir Charles Coventry, Bart.—
Cr. 1665.

Only son of Sir Charles Grant Burdett, 8th Bart.,
by Annie, dau. of Robert Hay, Esq., of Dunedin,
New Zealand ; 6. 1902 ; s. 1918.— Eltham, Taranalci,

New Zealand.
Heir Pre.':., liis cousin Heiiiv Aylmer, M.C.. 3rd and elder

survivi' J r r:,, 1:. 1. William Jerome Burdett, M.A.

(touii- ■' r'l Bart.), who rf. 1899, by Eliza

Katli:!!- . , J ! I ..I I lie late Rev. Joseph Tho'ophilLis
Tovf, M \ M -t. David's, Exeter; temp. Capt.

Essex I: -I : ^iu ihi at King's School, Bruton ; b.

BURDETT, Sir Henry Charles, K.C.B., K.C.V.O.—
Is no longer a Member of the Roehampton Club,
and his residence is 43, Porchesler Terrace, w.

BURGES, George Herbert, Esq., d. Aug. 6th, 1919.

BURN-CLERK-RATTRAY, Col. Paul Robert, C.B.E.
—Has a son, b. Aug. 13th, 1919.

BURROUGHES, Henry Randall, Esq.— Has sold
Burlingham Hall, Norfolk.

BUTLER-KEARNEY, Charles James, Esq.— His

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