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wife d. July 30th, 1919.

BYNG, Gen. the Hon. Sir Julian Hedworth George,
G.C.B., K.C.M.G., D.S.O.— H.M. The King has
been pleased to confer a Barony of the United
Kingdom upon Sir Julian Byng.

BYNG, Capt. Launcelot Alfred CRANMER-, T.F.
Reserve Gen. List. — Has relinquished his com-
mission and retains the rank of Capt.

CALTHORPE, Lord.— His mother, Eliza Maria, CAVAN, Earl of.— Has had the Hon. degree of LL.D.
Lady Calthorpe, d. Aug. 26th, 1919. conferred upon him by Cambridge Univ.

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CALTHORPE, Vice-Adm. the Hon. Sir (Somerset)
Arthur GOUGH-, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., C.V.O.— Has
been promoted Adm., and his mother, Eliza Maria,
Lady Calthorpe, d. Aug. 26th, 1919.

CAMBRIDGE, Marquess of.— His son, the Earl of
Eltham, temp. Lieut. 1st Life Guards Reserve
Regt., has relinquished his commission, retaining
the rank of Lieut.

CAMPBELL, Major-Gen. Sir Walter, K.C.B.,
K.C.M.C4., D.S.O. — Has been appointed Major-
Gen, in charge of Administration.

CAMPBELL, Angus John, Esq. (Capt. of Duns-
taffnage). — Lieut. -Comm. Charles Edward Aglionby,
D.S.O., ret. R.N., has been promoted Comm.

CAPPER, Major-Gen. Sir John Edward, K.C.B.—
Has been appointed a Comm. Headquarter Units.

CARDEW, Sir Alexander Gordon, K.C.S.I.— Is
no longer a Member of the Council of the Governor
of Madras.

CAREW, Richard Clayton, Esq., Lieut. -Comm.
ret. R.N. — Has been promoted Comm.

CAREY, Sir Bertram Sausmarez, K.C.I.E., C.S.I.,
d. July 14th, 1919, and is survived by his wife :

CAREY, Mary Harriet, Lady.

Eldest dau. of Isaac Dobree Chepnell, Esq., M.D.,
of Carey Hall, Sussex ; m. 18 — Sir Bertram
Sausmarez Carey, K.C.I.E., C.S.I., who served
in Upper Burma 1885-7 and as Political Officer
with N. Column, Chin-Lushai Campaign 1889-90,
and in Chin Hills 1891-2, V.D. ; was Assistant
Commissioner Burma 1887-1900 and Commissioner
of the Sagaing Div., Burma, and a Member of
the Council of the Lieut. -Governor for making
Laws and Regulations 1909-19, and who was
cr. K.C.I.E. 1918 and d. 19\9.—Grosvenor House,
Shelley Road, Worthing.

CARISBROOKE, Marquess of.— The Marchioness
of Carisbrooke has been appointed a Lady of Justice
of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

CARLISLE, Earl of.— Has a dau., b. Aug. 18th,

CARRE, Ralph Gervase Riddell, Esq., Major 3rd
Batt. R. Scots Fusiliers.— Has relinquished his
retaining the rank of Major.

CARROLL, Lieut. -Col. John William Vincent,
C.M.G.— Has been awarded the D.S.O.

CARTER, Sir George John, K.B.E.— Has retired
from the Presidency of the Shipbuilding Employers'

CARTHEW-YORSTOUN, Brigadier-Gen. Archibald
Morden, C.B. — His son, Mr. Morden Archibald
Carthew-Y'orstoun, M.B.E., Lieut. The Black
Watch (R. Highlanders), has relinquished the
appointment of A.D.C.

GARY, Capt. Lionel Henry St. Croix.— His son,
Lieut. -Comm. Henry Lionel Meyrick Cary, R.N.,
in. Aug. 2nd, 1919, Anna Kathleen, younger dau.
of the late Comm. Gustavus Humphry Yonge,

CATHCART, Earl.— Has a son, b. Aug. 22nd, 1919.


CAYZER, Sir Charles William, Bart., Lieut. 19th
Hussars. — Has resigned his commission.

CHAMBERLAIN, Augusta Margaret, Lady, d.
Aug. 6th, 1919.

CHAMBERLAYNE, Mrs.— Her grandson, Midship-
man Tankerville Seymour Roca Chamberlayne,
R.N., has been promoted Sub-Lieut.

CHAMBERS, Reginald Gordon, Esq. — His permanent
address is now 3, San Eeino, Western Lawn, Hove.

— His son. Brevet Lieut. -Col. Claude Raul Champion-
de-Crespigny, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., has relinquished
the command of a Brigade and the temp, rank of

CHANCE, George Ferguson, Esq. — His son, Capt.
Roger James Ferguson Chance, M.C., Rifle Brigade,
has retired on retired pay.

CHARLESWORTH, Charles Ernest, Esq.— His son,
temp. Lieut. -Col. Charles Bertram Charlesworth, 12th
(Service) Batt. K.O. Yorkshire L.I., has relinquished
his commission and retains the rank of Lieut. -Col.

CHARLTON, Vice-Adm. Sir Edward Francis Benedict,
K.C.M.G., C.B. — Has vacated tho command of
the E. Coast of England, on the abolition of the

CHARRINGTON, Spencer Calmeyer, Esq.— The
transfer of his son. Brevet Major Harold Vincent
Spencer Charrington, M.C. (with Bar), 12th Lancers,
to the Special Reserve has been cancelled.

CHILD, Brigadier-Gen. Sir Smith Hill, Bart., C.B.,
C.M.G., D.S.O., M.V.O.— Has been awarded the
French Croix de Guerre.

CHILD, Coles, Esq.— H.M. The King has been pleased
to confer a Baronetcy upon Mr. Child.

CLARKE, Sir Edward Henry St. Lawrence, Bart.,
C.M.G., D.S.O.— His son-in-law. Col. Burleigh
Francis Brownlow Stuart, C.B., C.M.G., has relin-
quished the temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen.

CLARKE, Sir Charles MausBeld, Bart., G.C.B.,
G.C.V.O. — His only son. Major Charles Henry
Geoffrey Mansfield Clarke, M.V.O., d. July 27th,
1919, and his heir pres. is his brother Frederick,
has been Assistant-Secretary to the Legislative
Council of Bengal, Acting Administrator-Gen.
of Bengal and Secretary to the Siamese Legation,
Paris ; called to the Bar at Lincohi's Inn, 1871 ;
educated at Eton and at Exeter Coll., Oxford
(B.A. 1869) ; 6. 1846 ; m. 1877 Adelaide Catharine,
eldest dau. of Roger AUday Kerrison, Esq., and
has, with ether issue, a son, *Orme Bigland, formerly
Legal Adviser to the Ottoman Government ; called
to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1908 ; 6. 1880 ; m.
1905 Elfrida, elder dau. of the late Alfred Rooseveld,
Esq., of New York, and has, with other issue,
a son, *Humphrey Orme, 6. 1906.

CLARKE, the Hon. Sir Rupert Turner Havelock,
Bart., m. 2ndly Nov. 6th, 1918, Elsie Florence,
dau. of James Partridge Tucker, Esq.

CLARKE, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Travers Edward, K.C.M.G.,
C.B.— Is the 3rd son of the Rev. Walrond Whitter
Clarke, M.A., Rector of Claydon, Devon ; the
year of his marriage is 1911 ; he is a Comm. of
the Legion of Honour, a Grand Comm. of the
Greek Order of the Redeemer and a Grand Officer
of the Portuguese Order of Aviz, and has the Grand
Cordon of the Serbian Order of the White Eagle
and the French Croix de Guerre.

CLARKE, Major George FitzRoy Cavendish. — His
mother, Sarah Louisa Cavendish, Mrs. Clarke,
d. July 18th, 1919.

CLERK, Sir George Russell, K.C.M.G., O.B.— Has
been appointed Envoy Extraordinary and Minister
Plenipotentiary to the Czecho-Slovak Republic.

CLIVE, Col. George Sidney, C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O.—
Has been appointed Mil. Governor at Cologne,
with the temp, rank of Major-Gen.

COBBOLD, John Dupuis, Esq.— His son, Lieut.
John Murray Cobbold, Scots Guards, has resigned
his commission and has been appointed Lieut.

Reserve of Officers.

COFFIN, Major John Edward PINE-, D.S.O., d.
Aug. 22nd, 1919.

COLE, William Horace de Vere, Esq.— Has a dau.,
6. Aug. 12th, 1919.

COLLINS, Col. (temp.) Sir Godfrey Pattison, K.B.E.,
C.M.G. — Has been appointed a Junior Lord of
the Treasury.

COLVILLE, Adm. the Hon. Sir Stanley Cecil James.
G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O., K.C.B.— Has been appointed
First and Principal Naval A.D.C. to H.M. The

COLVILLE, Hugh Ker, Esq.— His son, Mr. Robert
Neil Ker Colville, has another dau., 6. July 21st,

COMBE, Capt. Christian.— His son, Capt. Henry
Christian Seymour Combe, D.S.O., R. Horse
Guards, has relinquished the temp, rank of Major
on ceasing to serve with Tank Corps.

COMBERMERE, Viscount.— His uncle and heir
pres.. Col. the Hon. Richard Southwell George
Stapleton-Cotton, has been appointed a D.L.
for Anglesey.

COMPTON-RICKETT, the Right Hon. Sir Joseph
Compton, Knt., d. July 30th, 1919, and is survived

by his wife :


Catharine Sarah, dau. of the late Rev. Henry John
Gamble, of Upper Clapton ; m. 1868 the Right Hon.
Sir Joseph Compton Compton-Rickett, a D.L.
for the N. Riding of Yorkshire, the Author of
several works and a constant Contributor to current
journalism, who was M.P. for Scarborough 1895-
1906, for the Osgoldcross Div. of the E. Part of
the W. Riding of Yorkshire 1906-18 and for the
Pontefract Div. of the W. Riding 1918-19 ; Chair-
man Congregational Union of England and Wales
1907-8 ; President of the National Council of Evan-
gelical Free Churches 1915-16 ; Paymaster-Gen.
Dec. 1916-1919, and Parliamentary Commissioner
to the Charity Commission 1917-19, and who was
cr. Knt. 1907 and d. \919.—Wiii9fidd, Bourne-



CONGREVE, Lieut.-Gea. Sir Walter Norris, V.C. I CUNINGHAME, Lieut.-Col. Sir Thomas Andi-ew
K.C.B., M.V.O.— Has been appointed a Comm. Alexander Montgomery, Bart., D.S.O.— Hag '
Headquarter Units. appointed a Comm. of the Legion of Honour.

of. — His son. Prince Arthur Frederick Patrick
Albert, K.G., &c., has relinquished the appointment
of Gen. Stafi Officer, 2nd Grade.

COOPER, Bryan Ricoo, Esq.— Has ceased to be
Press Censor in Ireland, on the abolition of the

CORSCADDEN, Thomas, Esq., who d. May 27th,
1919, has been s. by his 2nd son, and the following
article takes the place of the present one :

CORSCADDEN, Thomas Alfred, Esq., of
Hollymount, co. Leitrim.
Second son of Thomas Corscadden, Esq., J. P.,
of Hollymount, who d. 1919, by Eliza, who d. 1915,
3rd dau. of the late John Armstrong, Esq., M.D..
J.P., of Dartford, Kent; b. 1880. Mr. Thomas
Corscadden was educated at Primrose Grange, Sligo.
— Hollymount, Manorhamilton, co. Leitrim.

CORY, Sir James Herbert, Bart.— Is the 2nd son
of John Cory, Esq., Shipowner, of Padstow ; he m.
1st 1879 Elizabeth Hoskin, who d. 1908, dau. of the
late George Hoskin Wills, Esq., of Rhubina, Gla-
morgan, and 2ndly 1910 Elizabeth Canst, dau. of
the late James Walker, Esq., of Castle Park, Irvine.
His heir is his son Herbert George Donald, a Ship-
owner ; educated at Leys, Cambridge ; b. 1879 ;
m. 1904 Gertrude, eldest dau. of the late W. T. Box,
Esq., of Cardiff, and has, with other issue, a son,
*Vyvyan Donald, b. 1906.

CORYTON, William, Esq., d. Aug. 27th, 1919.

CRAUFURD, Lieut.-Col. John Archibald HOUISON-,
C.M.G., C.B.E.— Has been granted the Hon. rank
of Brigadier-Gen. Unemployed List R.A.F.

CRAWFORD, Sir Richard Frederick, G.C.M.G.,
K.B.E., d. Aug. 6th, 1919, and is survived by his
wife :

CRAWFORD, Augusta Marion, Lady.

Only dau. of the late Lieut.-Col. Alured Augustus
Darby L'Estrange ; m. 1894 Sir Richard Frederick
Crawford, who was one of H.M.'s Commissioners
of Customs 1904-19 ; Financial Adviser to the
Ottoman Empire 1912-14 with the hon. rank of
Minister Plenipotentiary 1914, and Commercial
Adviser to and Commercial Commissioner attached
to H.B.M.'s Embassy at Washington 1918-19,
and who was cr. K.C.M.G. 1911, K.B.E. 1917,
G.C.M.G. 1919 and d. 1919.

CRICHTON, Col. the Hon. Sir Henry George Louis,
K.C.B.— Has been appointed Vice-Lieut, of Hamp-

CRISP, Sir Frank Morris, Bart.— Has sold Friar
Park, Henley-on-Thames.

CROSBIE, Mrs.— Her son. Major and Acting Lieut.-
Col. Walter McClellan Crosbie, D.S.O., has been
appointed to command 51st Batt. Leicestershire
Regt., Armies of Occupation.

GROSSMAN, Major Francis Lindisfame Morley,

D.S.O., M.C., m. Aug. 21st, 1919, Ruth, younger

dau. of Capt. Vernon Gortside-Tippinge, of Morris

Hall, Northumberland. i


CUNINGHAME, Lieut.-Col. John Anstruther SMITH.
— His son, Capt. William Wallace Smith Cuninghame,
D.S.O., has a son, Robert Wallace, b. Aug. 4th,

CUNLIFFE, Lieut.-Col. Ellis Sparling.— Mr. William
Noel Cimliife's younger dau., Philae, d. July 26th,
1919, and he has surviving issue, a dau., Gundred.

CURRIE, Col. Sir Arthur William, G.C.M.G., K.C.B.
■ — Has had the Hon. degree of LL.D. conferred upon
him by Cambridge Univ. ; has been promoted
Gen. and has been appointed Inspector-Gen. in

CURTIS, Major-Gen. Sir Reginald Salmond,
K.C.M.G., C.B., D.S.O.— Has resigned the appoint-
ment of Major-Gen. in charge of Administration.

— His son and heir, Mr. Hew Clifford Hamilton-
lalrymple, m. Sept. 3rd, 1919, Ann (Nancie),
youngest dau. of the late Augustus Thome, Esq.

DALY, Capt. Albert Peter Vincent. — Has been
granted a permanent commission as Flight Lieut.

DAMES LONGWORTH. Travers Robert, Esq.,
Lieut. Irish Guards, has resigned his commission
and has been appointed Lieut. Reserve of Officers.

DANE, Sir Richard Morris, K.C.I.E.— Has resigned
his appointment of Foreign Chief Inspector Salt
Revenue, China, and has the Chinese Order of the
Tiger, 1st Class.

DANNREUTHER, Sir Sigmund, Knt., C.B.— Has
changed his residence to Iverfarne, Iver Bealh,

DARELL, Major Sir Lionel Edward Hamiltnn
Marmaduke, Bart., D.S.O.— Has sold Frethcrne
Court, Gloucestershire, and his brother and Jair
pres.. Major and Brevet Lieut.-Col. William Harry
Verelst Darell, C.M.G., D.S.O., Coldstream Guards,
has been promoted Lieut.-Col.

DARWIN, Col. Charles Waring, C.B.— His son,
Capt. Charles John Wharton Darwin, D.S.O.,
has been granted a permanent commission as
Flight Lieut. R.A.F.

DAWSON, Sir Bertrand Edward, G.C.V.O., C.B.,
M.D., temp. Major-Gen. A.M.S. — Has relinquished
his appointment on reposting.

DEANE-DRAKE, Joseph Edward, Esq.— His son,
Capt. Cecil John Venables Deane-Drake, R. Munster
Fusiliers, m. Aug. 14th, 1919, Nora Grace, dau.
of H. R. Greene, Esq., of 4, Mount Pleasant Villas,
Bray, co. Wicklow, and widow of Capt. C. E.
Barton, R. Irish Rifles.

DE FREYNE, Lord.- Has a 2nd dau., b. July 25th,

DELMfi-RADCLIFFE, Col. (temp. Brigadier-Gen.)
Sir Charles, K.C.M.G., C.B., C.V.O.— Has been
appointed a Grand Officer of the Italian Order of
the Crown.


DENNISTON, Sir John Edward, Kiit., d. July 22nd,
1919, and is survived by his wife :


Mary Helen, dau. of the late Hon. John Bathgate, ]
M.L.C., of New Zealand; m. 1877 Sir John Edward |
Denniston, who was a Puisne Judge of the Supreme
Court of New Zealand 1889-1918 and Senior Puisne |
Judge 1913-18, and who was or. Knt. 1917 and j
(I. 1919. — Christchurch, Canterbury, New Zealand.

DENNYS, Lieut.-Col. Sir Hector Travers, K.B.E.,
CLE., Indian Army. — Has retired.

DE ROBECK, Vice-Adm. Sir John Michael, G.C.M.G.,
K.C.B. — H.M. The King has been pleased to confer
a Baronetcy upon Sir John de Rebeck.

Mr. Francis James Bulmer de Sales La Terriere,
has a dau., 6. Aug. 22nd, 1919.

DES GRAZ, Sir Charles Louis, K.C.M.G.— Has
vacated the post of Envoy Extraordinary and
Minister Plenipotentiary to Serbia.

DE THOREN, Capt. Lionel Ay mar de Satge, Baron,
Capt. R.E. Kent Yeo.— Has relinquished his
commission on account of ill-health and retains
the rank of Capt.

DE VESCI, Viscount, Major Irish Guards, Special
Reserve. — Has been appointed Assistant Director
of Forestry, with the temp, rank of Lieut.-Col.

DEVONSHIRE, Duke of.— Has sold Devonshire

House, Piccadilly.
DICKINSON, Mrs., of Claxton Abbey.— Her husband,

Mr. Alan Henry Dickinson, M.C., Coldstream

Guards, Special Reserve, has relinquished the

Acting rank of Capt.

DIXON, Sir Thomas James, Bart.— Has been
apjjointed a D.L. for co. Antrim.

DOPPING, Col. James Henry, d. Aug. 12th, 1919.

DRAKE-CUTCLIFFE, Charles Bernard Mervyn.
Esq. — His son, Bernard Henry Hamilton, has been
appointed 2nd Lieut. Devonshire Regt.

DRAYTON, Sir Henry Lumley, Knt., K.C.— Has
been appointed Minister of Finance, Canada.

DUGDALE, Adam Norman, Esq., m. 2ndly July 16th,
1919, Florence Eleanor, 2nd dau. of Col. Alwyn
de Blaquiere Valentine Paget, of Berry Grove
House, Liss, Hants.

DUNALLEY, Lord.— His son and heir. Major the
Hon. Henry Cornelius O'Callaghan Prittie, D.S.O.,
Rifle Brigade, has retired on ret. pay.

DUNDAS, Sir Henry Herbert Philip, Bart, M.V.O.

— His son, Philip, has been appointed 2nd Lieut.

The Black Watch (R. Highlanders), from the E.

Mil. Coll., Sandhurst.
DUNN, Mrs., formerly of Wallingtons, Berkshire,

d. July 22nd, 1919. " I

EADY, the Right Hon. Sir Charles Swinfen, Knt.—
Has sold Wood Norton, Worcestershire.

EBURY", Lord.— Has sold Moor Park, Rickmansworth,


EDWARDS, Claude Henry Lloyd, Esq.— Has been
appointed a D.L. for Carnarvonshire.

EDWARDS, Edward Lloyd, Esq.— His son, Mr.
John Coster Lloyd Edwards, M.C., Lieut. R. Welsh

Fusiliers, has resigned his commission and has

been appointed Lieut. Reserve of Officers.
EGERTON, Sir Reginald Arthur, Knt., C.B.— His

wife, Margaret, Lady Egerton, d. Aug. 5th, 1919.
EGLINTON AND WINTON, Earl of, d. Aug. 10th,

1919, and is «. by his son :

(Archibald Seton Montgomerie).— Cr.
1507-8 and 1600.

Eldest son of George Arnulph, 15th Earl of Eglinton
and 6th Earl of Winton, by Janet Lucretia, dau. of
the late Boyd Alexander Cuninghame, Esq., of
Craigends, Renfrewshire ; 6. 1880 ; «. 1919 ; m.
1908 Lady Beatrice Susan Dalrymple, elder dau. of
John Hew North Gustave Henry Hamilton, 11th
Earl of Stair. The Earl of Eglinton and Winton,
who was educated at Eton and sits in the House
of Lords as Earl of Winton, U.K. (cr. 1859), is a
D.L. for Ayrshire, Hereditary Sheriff of Renfrew-
shire, and temp. Major Guards' M.G. Regt., late
2nd Life Guards Reserve Regt. ; was formerly
Major Ayrshire Yeo. and previously Lieut. 2nd
Life GvL&ids.—Eglinto7i Castle, Irvine, Ayrshire;
The Pavilion, Ardrossan ; Skelinorlie Castle,
Largs ; Bachelors' Club, w. ; Boodle's Club, s.w.

Alexander, Lord Jlont-

relinquished the appointment of a Labour Com-

ELIOT, Sir Charles Norton Edgcumbe, K.C.M.G.,
C.B.— Has been appointed Ambassador Extra-
ordinary and Plenipotentiary to Japan.

ELLIOT, Emily Claridge, Lady.— Is no longer resident
at Capetown.

ELLIS, Edward, Esq., d. Aug. 28th, 1919.

ELWES, Gervase Henry, Esq.— His son. Capt.
Robert Geoffrey Gervase John Elwes, m. Aug. 7th,
1919, Ailleen Mary, only child of Charles Liddell,
Esq., of Warwick Hall, Cumberland.

ENGLISH, Col. Sir Thomas Crisp, K.C.M.G., temp.
Col. A.M.S.— Has relinquished his temp, com-
mission on reposting.

EVANS, Mrs. Howell.— Her son, Lieut.-Col. Hugh

John Howell Evans, D.S.O., has another dau.,

6. Aug. 1st, 1919.
EVERETT, Col. (temp. Major-Gen.) Sir Henry

Joseph, K.C.M.G., C.B.— Has been awarded the

French Croix de Guerre.
FALCONER, Sir Robert Alexander, K.C.M.G.— Is

Hon. D.D. Edinburgh 1919, and Hon. LL.D.

Pennsylvania 1918 and Western Reserve 1919.
FIRTH, Sir Algeron Freeman, Bart.— His son-in-law,

Lieut. Michael Bruce Urquhart Dewar, O.B.E.,

has relinquished the temp, rank of Major.

FIRTH, Ralph Woodley, Esq.— Has assumed by
deed poll the surname of Woodley in lieu of Firth.

FITZ GERALD, Major Sir John Peter Gerald Maurice,
Bart., M.C. (Knight of Kerry), R. Horse Guards.
— The notifications of his resignation and appoint-
ment to the Reserve of Officers have been cancelled,
and he has retired on ret. pay.

FITZGERALD, William Herbert Edward, Esq.—
His son, Desmond Martin, has been appointed
2nd Lieut. Norfolk Regt., from the R. Mil. Coll.,



FITZWILLIAMS, Charles Home Lloyd, Esq.— His
son. Lieut. -Col. Edward Crawford Lloyd Fitz-
williams, C.M.G., has been appointed a D.L. for

FLETCHER. Major Henry Lancelot AUBREY-,
D.S.O., M.V.O. — Has relinquished the temp, rank
of Lieut. -Col.

FORDHAM, Sir Herbert George, Knt.— Has resigned
the Chairmanship of the Cambridgeshire C.C.

FORDYCE, Alexander Dingwall, Esq.— Has a son,
b. Aug. 19th, 1919.

FORESTER, Lord.— Hia son and heir, temp. 2nd
Lieut, the Hon. Cecil George Wilfrid Weld Forester,
Guards' M.G. Regt., has been appointed 2nd Lieut.
R. Horse Guards.

FORWOOD, Sir Dudley Baines, Bart., C.M.G.— Has
been promoted Lieut. -Col. Reserve of Officers.

FOSTER, William Henry, Esq.— His son, Capt. and
Brevet Major Arthur William Foster, M.C., R.
Horse Guards, has resigned his commission and
has been appointed Capt. and Brevet Major Reserve
of Officers.

FOWKE, Sir Frederick Ferrers Conant, Bart.— Has
sold Lowesby Hall, Leicestershire.

ERASER, the Hon. Sir Simon, Knt., d. July,
1919, and is survived by his wife :

FRASER, Anna Bertha, Lady.

Dau. of the late John Collins, Esq., of Brisbane ;
m. 1885, as his 2nd wife, the Hon. Sir Simon Fraser,
who was a Member of the Victorian Parliament
for nearly 40 years ; a Member of the Convention
which framed the Commonwealth Constitution,
and a Senator of the Federal Parliament of Australia
from its beginning to 1913, and who was cr. Knt.
1918 and d. 1919.— iVorZa, Towalc, Melbourne,
Victoria ; Nyang Station, Eiverina, N.S. W.

FRASER, Sir (John) Malcolm, Knt.— Is the 4th
son of William John Fraser, Esq., of Heme, Kent,
who d. 1912 ; he was b. 1879 ; m. 1907 Irene,
dau. of the late Charles E. Brighman, Esq., of
45, Harrington Gardens, S. Kensington ; educated
at Heidelburg Coll., Heidelburg ; formerly Assistant
Editor of " The Standard " ; Day Editor of " The
Daily Express " ; Editor of " The Evening
Standard " and " St. James's Gazette " ; Editor-
in-Chief of " The Birmingham Gazette " and
" Birmingham Dispatch ", and Deputy Director
of Airship Production, Admiralty, 1918-19. —
Country Address : New Court, Ascot, Berks ; Bath
Club, Vf.

FRASER, Major Francis.— His son, Capt. Francis
William Ion Victor Fraser, O.B.E., M.C., Seaforth
Highlanders, has relinquished his commission in

FREMANTLE, Francis Edward, Esq., O.B.E.,
Lieut.-Col. R.A.M.C, T.F.— Was Deputy Assistant
Director of Medical Services E. Anglian Div. in
Gallipoli and at the Base, Mesopotamia Expedi-
tionary Force, and is Consulting Medical Officer
of Health for Herts, and a Member of the London
C.C. and of the Carlton Club.

FULLERTON, George Cecil Downing, Esq., m.

July 26th, 1919, Iris Cheetham, only dau. of Arthur

W. Stirling, Esq., LL.B., of 4, Dartmouth Road,

FURNEAUX, the Very Rev. William Morgan.—

Has resigned the Deanery of Winchester.

FURNIVALL, Baroness. — Her Ladyship's residence

is now Beredens, Great Warley, Essex.

GEDDES, Major-Gen. the Right Hon. Sir Eric
Campbell, G.C.B., G.B.E.— Has been appointed
Minister of Transport.

GEORGE, the Right Hon. David Lloyd.— H.M. The
King has been pleased to confer the O.M. on Mr.
Lloyd George.

GIBSON, Sir John Morison, K.C.M.G.— Is Brigadier-
Gen. Reserve of Officers, Canada, and a Member
of the York, and University Clubs, Toronto ; he
no longer commands 15th Brigade Canadian Militia
and is no longer President of the Canadian Branch
of the Red Cross Society.

GILL, Lady, of Blairythan, Aberdeenshire, d. Aug.
31st, 1919.

GILLETT, Mrs., of Wood Green, Oxfordshire.—
Her eldest son, Mr. Charles Edwin Gillett, d. July
17th, 1919.

GLADSTONE, Henry Neville, Esq.— His wife, the
Hon. Mrs. Gladstone, C.B.E., has been appointed
a Lady of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem.

GLAZEBROOK, Sir Richard Tetley, Knt., C.B.,
Director of the National Physical Laboratory. —
Has retired, on reaching the age limit.

GLUBB, Major-Gen. Sir Frederic Manley, K.C.M.G.,
C.B., D.S.O. — Has been placed on ret. pay.

GODLEY, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Alexander John, K.C.B.,
K.C.M.G.— Is a Member of the Travellers' Club.

GODLEY, Major Arthur John. — His cousin and
heir pres.. Major Francis William Crewe Godley,
O.B.E., R.A.S.C, m. Sept. 3rd, 1919, Kathleen
May, 3rd dau. of Edward Jenner Davies, Esq.,
J.P., of Haywardsend, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire.

GOODDEN, John Robert Phelips, Esq.— His son,
Major John Bernhard Harbin Goodden, Dorset
Yeo., has been promoted Lieut.-Col. T.F. Reserve.

GORE, Sir Ralph St. George Claude, Bart., Major
2nd Co. of London (Westminster Dragoons) Yeo. —
Has been transferred to T.F. Reserve.

GRAHAM, Sir Richard James, Bart.— The Christian
names of Capt. Frederick Fergus Graham's son,
b. July 16th, 1919, are Charles Spencer Richard.

GRAHAM, Sir Ronald William, K.C.M.G., C.B.—
Has been appointed Envoy Extraordinary and
Minister Plenipotentiary to The Netherlands.

GRANET, Sir (William) Guy, Knt.— His permanent
address is Grange Court, Chigwell, Essex.

GRANT, Gen. Sir Henry Fane, G.C.V.O., K.C.B.,
d. July 28th, 1919, and is survived by his wife :

GRANT, Lily, Lady.

Dau. of the late Edwin Sandys, Esq., I.C.S. ; m. 1st
18 — Col. Duncan Pemberton, R.A., who d. 18 — ;
2ndly 1898 Gen. Sir Henry Fane Grant, G.C.V.O.,
K.C.B., late 4th Hussars and 7th Dragoon Guards,
who was A.A.G. Bengal 1891-3, Inspector-Gen.
of Cav. in India 1893-8 and in Great Britain and

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