nd 1898-1903, in command of the 5th Div.,
Eastern Command, 1903-6, Governor and Com-
mander-in-Chief of Malta 1907-9, and Lieut, of
the Tower of London 1909-12, who had the Order
of the Medjidie, 3rd Class, and who was cr. K.C.B.
1908, G.C.V.O. 1909 and d. X^X'i.—Laggan Lodge,
THE UNITED KINGDOM.
GRANT. R-ar-Adm. Sir Heathcoat Salusbury,
K.C.M.G.. C.B.— Has vacated the post of Senior
Naval Officer, Gibraltar.
GRANT, Robert Wilfrid Eaton, Esq.— Has been
appointed Hon. Capt. 1st V.B. Q.O. Cameron
GRAVES, Katherine Frederica, Lady.— Her Lady-
ship's residence is now Cuil-na-Greina, Merrion
GREEN, Engineer Capt. Sir Donald Percy, K.C.M.G.,
C.B., R.N. — Has been promoted Engineer Rear-
GREENE, the Ri^ht Hon. Sir William Conyngham,
G.C.M.G., K.C.B. — His residence is Belmore House,
Lymington, and he is no longer a Member of the
St. James's Club.
GRENE, Nicholas Joseph, Esq. — Has a dau., b.
Aug. 12th, 1919.
GRENVILLE-GAVIN, Major the Hon. Thomas
George Breadalbane MORGAN-, D.S.O., M.C.—
The Christian names of his dau., b. Juno 23rd,
1919, are Pamela Mary Ruth.
GREY OF FALLODON, Viscount.— Has been
[i appointed High Commissionner and Ambassador
Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary on
a Special Mission to the United States of America,
to deal especially with the questions arising out
GRIFFITH, the Right Hon. Sir Samuel Walker,
[j G.C.M.G., Chief Justice of the Commonwealth of
Australia. — Has resigned owing to ill-health.
GROVES, the Hon. Mrs. — Is no longer resident at
53, Lancaster Gate, W.
GRUBB, Lieut. -Col. Alexander. — His son. Col.
Alexander Henry Watkins Grubb, C.M.G., D.S.O.,
R.E., has been appointed an Officer of the Legion
GUBBINS, Joseph Hartopp, Esq.— The Christian
names of Col. Russell Dunmore Gubbins's son, b.
June 26th, 1919, are Richard Russell.
HAIG, F.M. Sir Douglas, K.T.. G.C.B., G.C.V.O.,
K.C.I.E., O.M.— H.M. Tlie King ha? been pleased
to confer an Earldom of the United Kingdom upon
Sir Douglas Haig, who has taken the title of Earl
Haig, of Bemer^yde, and who?e heir is his son,
George Alexander Eugene Douglas, b. 1918. Sir
Douglas has had the Hon. degree of LL.D. conferred
upon him by Cambridge Univ. and has been ap-
pointed Col. R. Horse Guards ; his residence is
HALL, Adm. Sir Herbert Goodenough KING-,
K.C.B,, C.V.O., D.S.O.— Has had the Hon. degree
of LL.D. conferred upon him by Cambridge Univ.
HALL, Douglas Bernard, Esq.— H.M. The King has
been pleased to confer a Baronetcy upon Mr.
Hall, who has taken Kentwell Hall, Long Melford,
Suffolk, for a term of years.
HALSEY, the Right Hon. Thomas Frederick.- His
son, Capt. Walter Jolmston Halsey, O.B.E., 4th
Batt. Bedfordshire Regt., has resigned his com-
mission and has been granted the rank of Lieut. -Col.
HAMBRO. Sir (Charles) Eric. K.B.E.— His son, Lieut.
Charles Joselyn Hambro, M.C., Coldstream Guards,
has resigned his com-nission and has been appointed
Lieut. Reserve of Officers.
HANBURY, Mrs., of The Manor House, Braunston,
Rutland. — Her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Evan Robert
Hanbury, to. 2ndly Sept. 2nd, 1919, Major Andrew
John Graham Graham -Murray, of Murraj'shall,
HANKEY, Lieut. -Col. Sir Maurice Pascal Alers,
K.C.B.— Has been awarded the G.C.B.
HARBEN, Henry Devenish, Esq.— His son, Henry
Eric Southey, has been appointed 2nd Lieut. 1st
R. Dragoons, from the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst.
HARDINGE, the Right Hon. Sir Arthur Henry,
G.C.M.G., K.C.B.— His vacated the post of
Ambassador at Madrid.
HARDY, the Right Hon. Laurence.— The Christian
name of Capt. Arthur Evelyn Hardy's dau., b.
July 9th, 1919, is Ruth.
HARRISON, Samuel John Ward, Esq., temp. Lieut.
R. Naval Vol. Reserve. — Has been promoted
temp. Lieut. -Comm.
HARTOPP, Sir Charles Edward CRADOCK-, Bart.
— His nephew and heir pres., Mr. Charles William
Everard Cradock-Hartopp, has been appointed a
3rd Secretary in the Diplomatic Service.
HARVEY, John, Esq. — ^His wife should be described
as Florita, eldest dau. of the late John Digby
O'Donoghue, Esq., of Montevideo.
HATCH, Sir Ernest Frederic George, Bart.— His
dau.. Miss Marjorie Helen Ruth Hatch, m. Sept. 2nd,
1919, Capt. William Foster, late R.A.F.
HEATH, Sir Thomas Little, K.C.B., K.C.V.O.—
Has been appointed Comptroller-Gen. of the National
HENDERSON, Mrs., of Sedgwick Park, Sussex.—
Her son. Captain Robert Evelyn Henderson, has
a dau., 6. Aug. 26th, 1919.
HENN-GENNYS, John Croad, Esq.— His son, temp.
Lieut. Edmund Croad Henn-Gennys, has been
appointed temp. Capt. Service Batt. Devonshire
HERBERT, Sir Arthur James, G.C.V.O.— His son,
temp. Lieut. John Arthur Herbert, has been ap-
pointed 2nd Lieut. R. Horse Guards.
HERRINGHAM, Sir Wilmot Parker, K.C.M.G.,
C.B., M.D., F.R.C.P., Lieut. -Col. R.A.M.C, T.F.—
Has retired and has been granted the Hon. rank
HILL, Sir (Arthur) Norman, Knt.— H.M. The King
has been pleased to confer a Baronetcy upon Sir
Norman Hill, whose heir is his son, Norman Gray,
HINCKS, Major Thomas Cowper.— Has a 2nd son,
6. July 23rd, 1919.
HODGES, the Hon. Sir Henry Edward Agincourt,
Knt. — It has been reported in " The Times "
that Sir Henry Hodges d. in Aug., 1919.
HOLDEN, Sir Edward Hopkinson, Bart., d. July 23rd,
1919, and is s. by his son :
HOLDEN, Sir Harry Cassie, Bart.—
Elder son of Sir Edward Hopkinson Holden, 1st
Bart., by ,\nnie, who d. 1905, dau. of William
Cassie, Esq., formerly of Aberdeen ; 6. 1877 ;
COUNTY FAMILIES OF
s. 1919 ; m. 1905 Edith Roas, dau. of John Pryor,
Esq. Sir Harry Holden, who was educated at
Trinity Hall, Cambridge (B.A. and LL.B. 1899),
was called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1901. —
The Grange, Thorpe, Chertsey ; 19, Neiv Cavendish
Street, w. ; 1, Temple Gardens, Inner Temple,
Teo ; educated at Trinity Hall, Cambridge (B.A. and
LL.B. 1902). and at LycSe Condoreet, Paris ; i>. 1879 ;
m. 1914 Marion, dau. of the late G. S. Munro, Esq.,
formerly Secretary for Industry and Commerce, New-
HOLMDEN, Major Frank Alfred Amphlett, D.S.O.
—Has a 2nd son, b. Aug. 17th, 1919.
HUNTER, Sir Thomas, Knt., LL.D., d. Aug. 25th,
HUNTER, William Slingsby, Esq.— His son, Lieut.
Kenneth Slingsby Hunter, 6th Dragoon Guards,
has resigned his commission and has been appointed
Capt. Reserve of Officers.
John HELY-, Esq., d. Sept. 4th,
HYETT, Sir Francis Adams, Knt.— Is Chairman of
the Gloucestershire C.C.
INGE, Miss, d. July 30th, 1919.
INGE, Mrs.— Her eldest dau. d. July 30th, 1919.
HOLT, Major-Gen. Sir Maurice Percy Cue, K.C.B., j INVERCLYDE, Lord, d. Aug. 16th, 1919, and
K.C.M.G., D.S.O.— Has been appointed
Surgeon to H.M. The King.
HOLT, Lieut. -Col. Harold Edward Sherwin, C.B.E.
—Has relinquished the temp, rank of Major in the
Army and retains the rank of Major.
HOME, Mrs., of Boothby Hall, Lincolnshire.— Her
only son, John Norval Richard, d. Aug. 10th, 1
HOOD, Viscount, Major Reserve of Officers. — Has
been removed on account of ill-health and has
been granted the rank of Lieut. -Col.
HOOD OF AVALON, Lady, d. Aug. 29th, 1919.
HOPE, Sir William Henry St. John, Knt., d. Aug. 18th,
1919, and is survived by his wife :
HOPE, Mary, Lady.
Eldest dau. of the late John Robert Jefieries,
Esq., of Ipswich; m. 1910, as his 2nd wife. Sir
William Henry St. John Hope, Litt.D., D.C.L.,
an Archseologist and Historian, and a Knight of
Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, who
was Assistant Secretary of the Society of Anti-
quaries 1885-1910, and who was cr. Knt. 1914
and d. 1919. Lady Hope is a Lady of Grace of
the Order of St. John of Jerusalem. — Galewood,
Great Shelford, Cambridgeshire.
HORNE, Gen. Sir Henry Sinclair, K.C.B., K.C.M.G.
— H.M. The King has been pleased to confer a
Barony of the United Kingdom upon Sir Henry
Home, who has had the Hon. degree of LL.D.
conferred upon him by Cambridge Univ.
HORNE, Capt. William Henry.— Augusta Fanny
Astley, widow of the Rev. Frederick Edward
Home, M.A., d. Aug. 18th, 1919.
HOULDSWORTH, Sir Henry Hamilton, Bart.
Capt. (Hon. Major ret.) 4th Batt. Argyll and Suther
land Highlanders. — Has relinquished his
retaining his rank.
HOWARD, Sir Esme William,
C.V.O. — Has been sworn a Mt
s. by hii
INVERCLYDE, Lord (John Alan Burns).
— Cr. 1897.
Only sou of James Cleland, 2nd Lord, by Charlotte
Mary Emily, youngest dau. of the late Robert
Nugent-Dunbar, Esq., of Machermore Castle,
Kirkcudbright ; 6. 1897 ; s. 1919 ; educated at
Eton and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; is Lieut.
Scots Guards. — Castle Wemyss, Wemyss Bay, Ben-
frewshire ; Hartfield, Cove, Dumbartonshire ; Guards'
Club, s.w. ; 10, Berkeley Square, w.
IRELAND, Col. Sir Robert Magaw, K.B.E., C.B.,
C.M.G., d. Sept. 3rd, 1919.
IVEAGH, Viscount.— H.M. The King has been
pleased to confer an Earldom of the United Kingdom
upon Viscount Iveagh, whose son and heir, Capt.
the Hon. Rupert Edward Cecil Guinness, C.B. ,
C.M.G., R. Naval Vol. Reserve, has ceased to hold
the appointment of A.D.C. to H.M. The King.
JACKSON, Sir Henry Mather MATHER-, Bart.,
C.B.E.— His wife. Lady Mather-Jackson, D.B.E.,
has been appointed a Lady of Grace of the Order
of St. John of Jerusalem.
JACKSON, Adm. Sir Henry Bradwardine, G.C.B.,
K.C.V.O.— Has been promoted Adm. of the Fleet
and has relinquished the appointment of First
and Principal Naval A.D.C. to H.M. The King.
JARVIS, George Eden, Esq., d. Aug. 9th, 1919.
JERSEY, Earl of. — Has resigned the appointment
of a Lord-in-Waiting to H.M. The King.
JICKLING, the Rev. Francis.— His son. Major
Charles Maurice Jickling, O.B.E., 3rd Batt. Norfolk
Regt., has relinquished the temp, rank of Lieut. -
Council, and has been appointed Ambassador
Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Spain.
HOWARD, Robert Mowbray, Esq. — His son, temp.
Major Henry Ralph Mowbray Howard, O.B.E.,
has relinquished his commission, retaining the
rank of Major.
HUNT, Francis Durrant, Esq.— His son, Lieut. -
Coram. Robert Gregory Maze Durrant Hunt,
R.N., has been awarded the D.S.O.
JOHNSON, Sir Benjamin Sands, Knt., Director-
Gen, of Factories, Ministry of Munitions. — Has
resigned the post.
JONES, Sir Edgar Rees, K.B.E., m. Sept. 1st, 1919,
May, dau. of George Brackley, Esq., of Harringay.
''^■^■^of t^e^'Privy ' JONES, John, Esq., d. Sept. 2nd, 1919.
JONES-PARRY, Lady, d. Aug. 2nd, 1919.
JORDAN, the Right Hon. Sir John Newell, G.C.I.E.,
K.C.B., K.C.M.G.— Has vacated the post of Envoy
Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to
JOYCE, the Right Hon. Sir Matthew Ingle. Knt.—
His son-in-law, Capt. the Hon. Leonard Harrison
Cripps, C.B.E. , has relinquished the temp, rank
THE UNITED KINGDOM.
JOYNSON-HICKS, William, Esq.— H.M. The King
has been pleased to confer a Baronetcy upon Mr. i
JUDD, Francis Savile Harry, Esq. — His nephew !
and heir pres., Mr. Harry Scott Judd, has a son, ';
b. Aug. 13th, 1919.
KEMBLE, Mrs. — Her son, Lieut. -Comm. Edward
Richard Busk Kemble, R.N., m. July 26th, 1919,
Enid Sydney, 2nd dau. of Sydney Fisher, Esq. , j
of Amington Hall, Warwickshire.
KENNAWAY, the Right Hon. Sir Jolm Henry, 1
Bart., C.B., d. Sept. 7th, 1919, and is «. by his
KENNAWAY, Sir John, Bart., of Escot,
Devonshire. — Cr. 1791.
Only son of the Right Hon. Sir Jolm Henry
Kennaway, 3rd Bart., C.B., by Frances, elder I
dau. of the late Archibald Francis Arbutlinot,
Esq. ; b. 1879 ; s. 1919 ; educated at Harrow
and at Balliol Coll., Oxford (B.A. and M.A. 1907) ;
called to the Bar at the Liner Temple 1910 ; is
a Magistrate for Devon and Capt. 4th Batt. Devon-
shire Regt. — Escot, Ottery St. Mary, Devon.
Heir Pres.. h\- cvi-i., nnrl.-.^ Noel (only child of Lieut.-
Col. Cliiil.'- \\,\ I K.',u;nvay, B.H.A., who d. 1914,
1>v Kvr! : . lite Edward Leunox Boyd,
Ksq.. Iv- \,, !■■ . Folkestone), Major Reserve
of Ollif.r , M,:„,r , ,;,,,_■.' of Records R.G.A. and
Capt. ret., kite K.G..^. . Luucated at the R. Mil. Academy,
Woolwich; b. 1877; m. U>0(: Florence Lucie, 2nd dau.
of H. S. Poole, Esq., of Halifax, Nora Scotia, .and has,
with other issue, a sou, "Charles Stewart Hamilton, b. 1914.
KENNY, the Right Hon. William.— Is ex-officio
Chairman of the L'ish Railway and Canal Com-
mission (1913) and Judge assigned to the Lord
Lieut, of Ireland for the purposes of Probate and
Matrimonial business (1918), and is no longer a
Member of Brooks's Club.
KENRICK, the Right Hon. William, d. July 31st,
KEYES, Rear-Adm. Sir Roger John Brounlow,
K.C.B., K.C.V.O., C.M.G., D.S.O.— H.M. The
King has been pleased to confer a Baronetcy upon
Sir Roger Keyes, who reverts to the rank of Rear-
Adm., from Acting Vice-Adm., at his own request.
KINCAID-SMITH, Col. Kenneth John, C.B.,
C.M.G., D.S.O., R.A.— Has retired and has been
granted the Hon. rank of Brigadier-Gen. on retire-
KING, Lieut. -Col. Alexander James, C.M.G., D.S.O.
— Has been appointed a Dist. Remount Officer.
KING, Robert William, Esq., d. Aug. 31st, 1919.
KINGSMILL, Capt. Andrew de Portal, D.S.O.,
M.C., Reserve of Officers. — Has been promoted
KIRKPATRICK, Sir Charles Sharpe, Bart., temp.
Lieut, in the Army. — Has relinquished his com.
mission, retaining the rank of Lieut.
LANGFORD-SAINSBURY', the Rev. Thomas Hugh
—His son, Thomas- Audley, m. July 10th, 1918
Maud Hamilton, only dau. of the late Walter
Russell Mortimer, Esq., formerly of Rowgate
Lodge, Petersfield, and has a dau.. Honor Mary.
b. July 15th, 1919.
LAUDER, Sir Gjorge Willi ira Dalrymple DICK-,
Bart. — His mother. Lady Anne Dick-Lauder.
d. Aug. 10th, 1919.
LAUDERDALE, Earl of .—His son. Viscount Maitland,
O.B.E., has relinquished the temp, command of
3rd Garrison Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers, and
retains the rank of Lieut. -Col.
LEADBITTER, Capt. Nicholas Augustine Graham.
— Has relinquished the temp, rank of Major on
ceasing to be employed with Labour Corps.
LEATHAM, Samuel Gurney, Esq., d. Sept. 7th,
JLECHE, John Hurleston, Esq., O.B.E.— Has been
j appointed a 3rd Secretary in the Diplomatic
JLEE OF FAREHAM, Lord.— Has been appointed
j President of the Board of Agriculture and Fisheries,
j and has been sworn a Jlember of the Privy Council.
LEE, Major William Frederick. — His only surviving
I son, Brigadier-Gen. Charles Frederick Lee, C.M.G.,
A.F.C., R.A.F., was killed in a flying accident
I Sept. 1st, 1919.
I LEIGH, Lord. — His brother and heir pres.. Major
the Hon. Rupert Leigh, d. Aug. 14th, 1919, leaving
1 a son, who becomes heir pres. to the Barony.
LESLIE, Sir Norman Roderick Alexander David,
Bart., C.B.E. — Has been granted a permanent com-
mission in R.A.F. as Squadron Leader.
LEVERHULME, Lord.— Has purchased Moor Park,
LEVLNGE, Sir Richard Vere Henry, Bart.— His
step-father, Capt. Robert Vere Buxton, D.S.O. ,
has relinquished the temp, rank of Lieut. -Col.
Imp. Camel Corps.
LINCOLN, Bi-shop of, d. Aug. 14th, 1919.
LINDSAY", Col. Henry Edzell Morgan, C.B.— Has
been appointed a Knight of Grace of the Order
of St. John of Jerusalem.
LIVERPOOL, Earl of.— His half-brother and heir
pres.. Major the Hon. Gerald William Frederick
Savile Foljambe, has been promoted Lieut. -Col.
LLOYD, Sir George Ambrose, G.C.I.E., D.S.O.—
Is Capt. Warwickshire Yeo. and has the Russian
Order of St. Anne ; he has given up 48, Wilton
LLOYD, Capt. William Alexander Charles, M.C.,
7th Batt. W. Y'^orkshire Regt. — Has been promoted
Major T.F. Reserve.
LLOYD-HARRIES, Lieut. -Col. Tudor Harries.— Has
been appointed a D.L. for Carmarthenshire.
LONG, Col. William, C.M.G.— His son, Capt. William
Edward Long, O.B.E., Reserve of Officers, has
been promoted Major.
LONGCROFT, Lieut. -Col. Charles Alexander Hol-
combe, C.M.G., D.S.O., A.F.C.— Has been granted
a permanent commission in R.A.F. and promoted
LORAINE, Sir Percy Lyham, Bart.— Has been
I appointed to the Secretariat of the Peace Conference.
' LOVAT, Lord.- Has been awarded the T.D.
LOVELACE, Earl of.— Has sold Horsley Towers,
E. Horsley, Surrey, and has relinquished his temp.
i commission as Major.
COUNTY FAMILIES OF
LUTLEY, John Talbot, Esq., Major Worcestershire
Yeo. — Has been promoted Lieut. -Col. T.F. Reserve.
LYNES, the late Col. Samuel Parr.— His son, Capt.
Hubert Lynes, C.B., C.M.G., R.N., has been placed
on the ret. list.
LYTTON, Lord. — Has been sworn a Member of the
MacCARTHY-O'LEARY, Major John, S. Lancashire
Regt., temp. Lieut. -Col. Comm. a Service Batt.
R. Irish Regt. — Has been transferred to 12th
(Service) Batt. Loyal N. Lancashire Regt.
McCAUGHEY, the Hon. Sir Samuel, Knt., d. July,
MACHIN, Henry Vessey, Esq., d. Aug. 29th, 1919.
MACKENZIE, Mary Therese, Lady MUIR-.— Her
Ladyship's residence is now 25, Pelham Place,
TImrloe Square, s.w.
MACKENZIE, Col. Edward Philippe.— His grand-
son, Capt. Philip Geoffrey Barton, M.C., R. Fusiliers,
m. Aug. 28th, 1919, Irene Mary, only dau. of S. J.
Shelford, Esq., of Combe Down, Bath.
MACKINNON, Gen. Sir (William) Henry, G.C.B.,
K.C.V.O. — Has been placed on ret. pay.
MACLEAN, Major Alexander John Hew. — Has a
dau., 6. Aug. 27th, 1919.
MADDEN, Adra. Sir Charles Edward, G.C.B.,
K.C.M.G., C.V.O.— H.M. The King has been pleased
to confer a Baronetcy upon Sir Charles Madden.
MALCOLM, Sir James William, Bart.— The Christian
names of Mr. Michael Albert James Malcolm's
son, b. July 7th, 1919, are David Peter Michael.
MANNING, Brigadier-Gen. Sir William Henry,
K.C.M.G., K.B.E., C.B.— Has given up Lo.sely,
Ewhurst, Surrey, and is a Member of the East
India United Service Club, s.w.
MAPLE, Lady, d. Aug. 24th, 1919.
MARKHAM, Mary Anne (Minna), Lady, d. Aug. 19th,
MARRIOTT, Major Richard George Armine, D.S.O.
— The Christian names of his son, 6. July 15th,
1919, are Humphrey Richard Hickson.
MARRIS, Sir William Sinclair, K.C.I.E.— Has been
appointed Home Secretary to the Government
MARSHALL, Sir Horace Brooks, Knt.— Has been
sworn a Member of the Privy Council.
MASON, Sir William James Peake, Bart.— His son,
Capt. Glyn Keith Murray Mason, D.S.O. (with
Bar), has a dau., 6. Aug. 16th, 1919.
MASSY-WESTROPP, Col. John, C.M.G.— His son,
Lieut, and temp. Capt. John Francis Ralph Massy-
Westropp, M.B.E., R. Irish Fusiliers, m. Aug. 2nd,
1919, Gabrielle Evelyn, only child of Col. Charles
Arnulph Shrewsbury Montgomery, Comm. 18th
Batt. Rifle Brigade, formerly Indian Army, and
has relinquished the temp, rank of Capt.
MAWSON, Capt. Sir Douglas, Knt., temp. Hon.
Major on the Staff. — Has relinquished his com-
mission and retains the Hon. rank of Major.
MAY, Adm. of the Fleet Sir William Henry, G.C.B..
G.C.V.O. — Has been placed on the ret. list on
account of age.
MAY, Sir (Francis) Henry, G.C.M.G. — His residence
is Clare Priory, Suffolk.
MEADE-KING, William Oliver Evelyn, Esq.—
His son, temp. Lieut. Richard Evelyn Beauchamp
Meade-King, R.A.S.C., has relinquished his com-
mission and retains the rank of Lieut.
MEATH, Earl of.— His son. Col. Lord Ardee, C.B.,
C.B.E., has relinquished his Staff appointment
and the temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen.
MENZIES, James, Esq.— Has
MERSEY, Viscount.— His son, Lieut. -Col. the Hon.
Charles Clive Bigham, C.M.G., C.B.E., has been
appointed a D.L. for co. London.
MILBANK, Sir Frederick Richard Powlett, Bart.—
Has relinquished the appointment of Assistant
MILES, Audley Charles, Esq., d. Sept. 6th, 1919.
MILLER, Sir William Frederic, Bart.— His son,
Capt. Alastair George Lionel Joseph Miller, Irish
Guards, has been placed on h.p. on account of
-Has been awarded
MINTO, Earl of, Capt. Scots Guards.— Has resigned
his commission and has been appointed Capt.
Reserve of Officers.
MITTON, Col. George Jones.— His son, Lieut. George
Henwayne Nortliey Jones Mitton, S. Staffordshire
Regt., has relinquished the temp, rank of Capt.
MOIR, Sir Ernest William, Bart. — Has been appointed
an Officer of the Legion of Honour.
MONTGOMERY, Major-Gen. Sir Archibald Armar,
K.C.M.G., C.B. — Has resigned the post of Chief
of the Gen. Staff.
MONTROSE, Duke of.— His son, Capt. the Marquess
of Graham, C.B., C.V.O., R. Naval Vol. Reserve,
has been appointed A.D.C. to H.M. The King.
MURPHY, Sir Shirley Forster, K.B.E.— Is a Member
of the Athenseum Club.
MURRAY, Lieut. -Gen. Sir Archibald James,
G.O.M.G., K.C.B., C.V.O., D.S.O.— Has been
MURRAY-GRAHAM, Major Andrew John Graham,
m. Sept. 2nd, 1919, Sophia A. Olave, only dau. of
Alfred Jacobson, Esq., formerly of Quarndon Hill,
Derbyshire, and widow of Major Evan Robert
Hanbury, Leicestershire Yeo.
NEVILL, Mrs., of Brambletye, Sussex.- Has, with
her husband, assumed the surname of Larnach-
NICHOLSON, Sir Arthur, Knt.— His son, Major
Arthur Falkner Nicholson, R.F.A., T.F., has resigned
his commission, retaining the rank of Capt.
NUGENT, Major-Gen. Oliver Stewart Wood, C.B.,
D.S.O. — His son, Oliver St. George Percy, has been
appointed 2nd Lieut. King's R. Rifle Corps.
THE UNITED KINGDOM.
NUTTING, Capt. Sir Harold Stansmore, Bart.,
l^ 17th Lancers. — Has retired on ret. pay.
OAKES, Sii- Augustus Henry, Knt., C.B., rf. Aug. 17th,
1919, and is survived by his wife :
OAKES, Jane Alice, Lady.
Second dau. of the late William Henry Cane, Esq.,
M.D., of Uxbridge, Surgeon to the Buckingham-
shire Yeo. Cav. and to the R. Elthorne Militia ;
m. 1871 Sir Augustus Henry Oakes, C.B., Joint
Author of ' The Great European Treaties of the
Nineteenth Century,' who was a Senior Clerk,
Librarian and Keeper of the Papers, Foreign
Office, and Compiler and Editor of the ' British
and Foreign State Papers,' ' Collection of Com-
mercial Treaties,' &c., 1896-1905, and who was
cr. Knt. 1905 and d. 1919.— T/te Nook; Milford,
O'KEEFFE, Major-Gen. Sir Menus William, K.C.M.CJ.,
C.B. — Has retired on ret. pay.
ONSLOW, Earl of. — Has been appointed a Lord-in-
Waiting to H.M. The King.
PAGET, Sir John Rahere, Bart.— His son, Lieut.
James Francis Paget, R.N., has been promoted
PAGET, Sir Ralph Spencer, K.C.M.G., C.V.O.—
Has been sworn a Member of the Privy Council.
PAINE, Major-Gen. Sir Godfrey Marshall, K.C.B.,
M.V.O. — Has been granted a permanent commission
in R.A.F. as Air Vice-Marshal.
PEAKE, George Herbert, Esq. — His son, Lieut.
Osbert Peake, Coldstream Guards, has resigned his
commission and has been appointed Lieut. Reserve
PEEL, Viscount. — Has been sworn a Member of
the Privy Council.
PEEL, Major William Croughton, Lieut. Reserve of
Officers. — Has been promoted Major.
PELLY, Sir Harold, Bart., temp. Lieut. 1st V.B.
Dorsetshire Regt. — Has been promoted temp. Capt.
PETRE, (Etheldreda) Audrey Mary, Lady. — Has
sold Hollanden Park, and her residence is Beredens,
Great Warleij, Essex.
PHILIPPS, Grismond, Esq.— His son, Lieut. Gris-
mond Picton Philipps, Lieut. Grenadier Guards,
has resigned his commission and has been appointed
Lieut. Reserve of Officers.
PIGOTT, Lieut. -Col. Vincent Randolphe. — Has
retired on ret. pay.
PINCHING, Sir Horace Henderson, K.C.M.G.—
Has left Egypt, and his address is Chateau de La
Tour de Peilz, Switzerland,
PLLTMER, Gen. Sir Herbert Charles Onslow, G.C.B.,
G.C.M.G., G.C.V.O.— H.M. The King has been
pleased to confer a Barony of the United Kingdom
upon Sir Herbert Plumer.
POTTERTON, Thomas Elliott, Esq.— His wife
d. July 21st, 1919.
POWELL, William FoUiott, Esq.— His son, Capt.
Thomas FoUiott Powell, Coldstream Guards, Special
Reserve, m. Sept. 2nd, 1919, Dorothy Mary Fairfax,
dau. of Col. (temp. Brigadier-Gen.) Herbert William
C.M.G., D.S.O., late Coldstream
PRENDERGAST, Vice-Adm. Robert John, C.B.
— Has been placed on the ret. list.
PRESTON, Henry Edward, Esq.— The Christian
j names of Capt. Thomas Preston's dau., b. July 11th,
1919, are Pamela Josephine.
PROTHERO, Major Archer George, Welsh Regt.—
Has been placed on ret. pay, having - - -
RAIKES, Robert Taunton, Esq., d. Aug. 24th, 1919.
RAMSAY, Sir Malcolm Graham, K.C.B.— Has been
appointed Controller of Establishments.