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. 1895, 2nd
dau. of the late Ven. Robert Willis, Archdeacon of
Nova Scotia; b. 1852 ; m. 1883 Mary Morrow, eldest
dau. of the late John Stairs, Esq., of Fairfield,
Halifax, Nova Scotia. Sir George Bourke is Major-
Gen, ret., A.M.S. ; was an Hon. Physician to T.M.
King Edward VII. and King George V. 1909-12, and
Principal Medical Officer, 6th Div., 2nd Armv Corps. 1
1903-8 and Irish Command 1908-12 ; appointed i
Depnty Director of Medical Services, Aldershot Com-
mand, 1914. — Aldershot ; Johnstown, Strajfan, co.
Kildare ; Junior United Service Club, s.w. ; Kildare \
Street Club, Dublin. I

BOURKE, Mrs., of Heathfield, co. Mayo.

Eileen Neville, elder dau. of George Neville Ussher, ;
Esq., of Ballinacarrig House, co. Carlow, by Mary, |
dau. of the late T. Levingston, Esq., of Dublin ; m.
1913 Capt. Bertram Walter Bourke, 5th Batt.
R. Dublin Fusiliers, of Heathfield, a J.P. for co. |
Mi



Mary Ann Gibbs, who d. 1862; b. 1859;
Emily Tree, eldest dau. of the late George Glashier,
Esq. ' Sir Alfred Bourne, who was educated at Univ.
Coll. School and Coll., London, and at the R. School of
Mines (D.Sc. London, 18S5), is a Fellow of Univ. Coll.,
London, and Director of the Indian Institute of
Science, Bengalore, India (for the duration of the
■ War), was Professor of Biology at the Presidency
Coll., Madras, 1886-1903, and has been Director of
Public Instruction, Madras, and an Additional Member
of the Council of the Governor of Fort St. George for
making Laws and Regulaticns since 1903 ; elected
President of the Indian Science Congress for 1917. —
Savile Club, w. ; cjo Messrs. Grindlay &■ Co., 54,
Parliament Street, s.w.

BOURNE, Sir (Henry) Roland Murray,
K.B.E., C.M.G.— Cr.l918.
Second son of Lieut.-t'ol. Robert Bourne, J.P. and D.L.,
late Worcestershire Rifle A^ols., formerly Capt. 54th
Regt., of Cowarne Court, Herefordshire, who d. 191.'),
by Anna Ehza, who d. 1917, youngest dau. of the late
Samuel Baker, Esq., of Lypiatt Park, Gloucestershire ;
b. 1874 ; ill. 1906 Lucy Dorothea, only dau. of the late
Alfred Hutchinson White, Esq., of Pretoria. Sir Roland
Bourne, who was educated at Radley and at New Coll.,
Oxford, was formerly Capt. R. Scots (Lothian Regt.)
and Under Secretary, Colonial Secretary's Office,
Transvaal, 1905-10, for the Interior, Union of .'^.
Africa, 1910-12, and for Defence 1912-14; appointed
Secretary for Defence 1914. — Stone Cottage, Muck-
leneuk, Pretoria, Transvaal; Bath Club, w. ; Pretoria
Club, Pretoria ; Civil Service Club, Capetoivn.

BOURNE, Sir Frederick Samuel Augustus,
Knt., C.M.G.— Cr. 1916.

Eldest son of the Rev. Samuel Whitbread Bourne, In-
cumbent of Winfarthing, Norfolk, who d. 1865, by
Mary Caroline, who d. 1901, elder dau. of the late
HenryCassin, Esq., M.D., of Nevis, W.Indies; b. 1854;
in. 1889 Isabel Alice, youngest dau of tbelate Rev. John
Chalmers, LL.D., of Aberdeen. Sir Frederick Bourne,
who was educated at St. Edmund's School, Canterbury,
and called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1890, was Con-
sul in charge of Blackburn Commercial Mission 1896-7,
Assistant Judge for the Supreme Court of China 1898-
1916, and Judge of the High Court of Wei-hai-Wei
1904-16. — Mayfield, Sussex.



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THE TJinTED KINGDOM.



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BOURNE, Col. Gilbert Chaeles, P.R.S.,
of Cowarne Court, Herefordshire.
Eldest surviving son of Lieut.-Col. Kobert Bourne, J. P.
and D.L., late Worcestershire Rifle Vols., formerly
Capt. o4th Regt., of Cowarne Court, who d. 1915,
by Anna Eliza, who d. 1917, youngest dau. of the late
Samuel Baker, Esq., of Lypiatt Park, Gloucestershire ;
b. 1861 ; m. 1887 Constance Margaret Graham, eldest
dau. of Sir John Frederick Croft, 2nd Bart., of Dod-
dington Place, Kent, and has, with other issue, a son, ;
» Robert Croft, Capt. T.F. Reserve, late Herefordshire
Kegt.; called to the Bar at Lincoln'sInnl913; educated
at Eton and at New Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1911); h. 1888;
in. 1917 Lady Hester Margaret Cairns, eldest dau. of
Wilfrid Dallas, 4th Earl Cairns, and has a son,

, b. 1918. Col. Bourne, who was educated at |

Eton and at New Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1885, M.A. 1888,
D. Sc. 1900 and a Fellow), was Lieut.-Col. Comm. 1st
(Oxford Univ.) Vol. Batt. Oxfordshire L.I. 1898-9'
and Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. Comm. 4th Batt. '
Shropshire L.I. 1903-6, and a J.P. and D.L. for
Herefordshire (on the roll for High Sheriff for 1920), j
and Lord of the Manors of Much Cowarne and Whit- '
wick; has been Linacre Professor of Zoology and
Comparative Anatomy at Oxford Univ. and a Fellow
of Merton Coll., Oxford, since 1906. — Cowarne Court.
Ledbwry, Herefordshire ; Savile House, Mansfield Road,
Oxford; Savile Club, w.

-I- BOURNE, John, Esq., of Hilderstone Hall,
Stafford sliire.
Elder son of John Bourne, Esq., of Hilderstone Hall,
who d. 1889, by Ethel, dau. of the late Jolin Mason,
Esq., of Lymington, Hants; b. 1850; m. 1881 Helen
Margaretta, youngest dau. of the late Charles Wilson
Faber, Esq., and has 2 dans. Mr. Bourne is a J.P.
for Staffordshire, and Patron of 1 living. — Hilderstone
Hall. Sfone.

BOURNE-MAY, Mrs., of Hackinsall Hall,
Lancashire,
Harriet Anno Dyson, only surviving child of Sir James
Bourne, 1st Bart, (ext.), of Hackinsall Hall, and Heath-
field, Lancashire, who d. 1882, by Sarah Harriet,
who d. 1891, dau. of Thomas Fournis Dyson, Esq. ; m.
1883 James William Seaburne May, Esq., who with!
his wife assumed by royal license in 1897 the prefix
surname of Bourne, and has, with a dau., a son,
* James Bourne Seaburne, Capt. Coldstream Guards ;
A. 1886 ; »8. 1918 Alexa, only dau. of the late Andrew !
Jameson, Lord Ardwall, a Lord of Session, Scotland. —
Hackinsall Hall, Fleetwood ; Shrub's Hill House, Sun-
ninqdale, Berks.



BOUSTEAD, Mrs., of Settlebeck, York.shire.
Frances Alicia, eldest dau. of Daniel Lynch, Esq., of
Broughton, Lancashire, who rf. 1872 ; m. 1874 Warwick
Pearson Boustead, Esq., M.A., of Settlebeck, a J.P.
for the W. Riding of Yorkshire, who d. 1917, leaving
3 dms.— Settlebeck, Scdbergh, Yorkshire.

BOUTH, the Rev. Reginald Hampson Mtddle-
TON, formerly of Elkstone Manor, Glou-
cestershire.
Second son of Frederick William Delamere Bouth, Esq..
M.D., J.P., of Woodfields, Lancashire, and of Elkstone
Manor, who d. 1900, by Sarah, who d. 1915, only dau.
of the late James Hampson, Esq., of Shaw CLugh,
Lancashire; b. 1867; m. 1895 Ida, dau. of George
William Keeling, Esq., C.E., J.P., and has a dau., Irene
Delamere. Mr. Bouth, who was educated at Rugby and
at Lincoln Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1889, M.A. 1892), was
Rector of Elkstone lS93-\S09.—BaMedown Court,
Cheltenham.



BOUSPIELD, Lady.

Blanche Isabel, eldest dau. of Lieut.-Col. Arthur Walton
Onslow, late Bengal Army, of Cranley Lodge, Chelten-
ham, who d. 1895, by Isabella, who d. 1880, 3rd dau.
of the late John Penrice, Esq., of WittonHouse, Norfolk;
m. 1870 Sir William Bousfield, LL.D., Barrister-at-Law,
a J.P. for Middlesex and for co. London, Chairman of
the Girls' Public Day Schools' Trust, and of the Techno-
logical Department of the City and Guilds Institute,
and a Vice-President of the R. Society of Arts, who
was formerly Chairman of the Representative Managers
of the London School Board and of the London C.C.
Elementary Schools, President of the Central Poor Law 1
Conferences for England and Wales, Chairman of the I
Central Committee of these Conferences and of the
Council of the Charity Organization Society, a Member !
of the London School Board 1882-8, and Master of j
the Clothworkers' Co. 1904-5, and who was er. Knt.
.• 1905, and d. 1910.— Great Bookham.Leatherhead.



BOUVERIE, the Hon. Mrs. Buncombe PLEY-
DELL-, of Coleshill House, Berkshire.

Maria Eleanor, younger dau. of Sir Edward Hulse,
6th Bart., who d. 1899, hy Katharine Jane, only
child of tlie late Very Rev. Henry Parr Hamilton,
Dean of Salisbury; /». 1883 the Hon. Duncombe
Pleydell-Bouverie, formerly Lieut. 55th Foot, of Coles-
hill House, a J.P. and D.L. for Berkshire, who d.
1909, leaving, with 2 daus., a son, Jacob Edward,
Lieut. King's R. Rifle Corps ; b. 1887, and d. of
wounds received in action \9l4.— CokshiU House,
Hiqhwortk, Wiltshire.

BOUVERIE, Henry Hales PLEYUELL-,
Esq., of Brymore, Somerset.
Eldest son of Philip Pleydell-Bouverie, Esq., of Bry-
more, a J.P. and D.L. for Somerset, who d. 1890, by
Jane, who d. 1892, eldest dau. of the late Henry
Seymoui-, Esq., of Knoyle, Wilts; b. 1848; educated
at Harrow, and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1871,
M.A. 1877); is a J.P. and D.L. for Somerset (High
Sheriff 1904), and Capt. and Hon. Major late W.
Somerset Yeo. Cav. — Brymore, Bridgwater; Travel-
lers', and United University Clubs, s.w. ; 32, Hill
Street, w.

BOUVERIE, Miss, of Delapre Abbey, and
Hardingstone House, Northamptonshire.
Mary Helen, 2nd dau. of John Augustus Shell Bouverie,
Esq., J.P., of Delapri Abbey and Hardingstone House,
who d. 1894, by Jane, who d. 1903, dau. of S. Gray,
Esq., of Ballybay, co. Monaghan. Miss Bouverie, who
s. her brother John Augustus Shell Bouverie, Esq.,
1905, is Lady of the Manors of Hardingstone and
Great Houghton. — Delaprl Abbey, Northampton.

BOUVERIE, Seymour PLEYDELL-, Esq.,
of Whissendine House, Rutland.
Second son of Philip Pleydell-Bouverie, Esq., J.P. and
D.L., of Brymore, Somerset, who d. 1890, by Jane,
who d. 1892, eldest dau. of the late Henry Seymour,
Esq., of Kuoyle House, Wiltshire ; 4.1856; m. 1880
Alice Mary, eldest dau. of the late Lieut..CoI. the Hon.
Henry Walter Campbell, formerly Coldstream Guards,
and has, with other issue, a son, * Philip Hales, b.
1900. Mr. Pleydell-Bouverie, who was educated at
Harrow, and was formerly Capt. W. Somerset Yeo.
Cav., and High Sheriff of Rutland 1913, is a Director
of Barclay & Co. Ltd., Bankers, and Patron of 1 living.
— Whissendine House. Oakham. Rutland; Arthur's
Club, s.w. ; 'I'urf Club, w. ; 36, Park Street, w.



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COUNTY FAMILIES OP



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BOUVERIB - CAMPBELL - WYNDHAM.

See Loiui.

BOUVERIE-PUSEY, Philip Francis, Esq., of
Pusey, Berkshire.
Only son of Capt. Francis Charteris Fletcher, late '
King's R. Rifle Corps (younger son of the late Andrew |
Fletcher, Esq., .I.P. and D.L., of Saltoun, Haddington- 1
shire), whorf. 1891, by Clara, younger dau. of the late
Philip Pusey, Esq., M.P., of Pusey ; b. 1867; a. his
uncle Sidney Edward Bouverie Bouverie.Pusey, Esq.,
and assumed the additional surname of Pusey 1911
and the surname of Bouverie-Puscy by royal license
1913 ; m. 1916 Lucy Violet, 7th dau. of the late Digby
Oayley,Esq.,of NortonGrove,Yorkshire. Mr.Bouverie-
Pusey, who was educated at Eton and was formerly
Capt' 3rd Batt. R. Berkshire Regt., previously Capt. 3rd
Batt. The Buffs, is a Magistrate for Berkshire and Lord ,
of the Manor of Pusey. — Pusey, Faringdon, BerJtshire ;
Carlton, mid Wellington Clubs, s.w.



BOVELL, Sir Henry Alleyne, Knt.— Cr. 1902.
Sixth son of the Rev. William Henry Brinsden Bovell,
of St. Thomas, Barbados, by Anna Minvielle, dau. of i
the late Conrad Pile, Esq., of Brighton, Barbados; b. <
1854 ; m. 1882 Annie Cecil, dau. of Augustus Briggs, !
Esq., ofMaynards, St. Peter's, Barbados. Sir Henry !
Bovell, who was educated at Codrington Coll., Barbados, i
and at London Univ. (LL.B. 1877), and calledtothsBar
at Lincoln's Inn 1876, was appointed Solicitor-Gen. and
a Magistrate of Barbados 1882, M.L.C. 1883, and vas
Attorney-Gen. 1886-96, Attorney-Gen. of British
Guiana 1896-1902, and Chief Justice 1902-12.-7?.
Societies' Club, s.w.

BOWATBR, Sir (Thomas) Vansittart, Bart.—
Cr. 1914.

Eldest son of William Vansittart Bowater, Esq., of
Bury Hall, Lower Edmonton, who d. 1907, by Eliza
Jane, who rf. 1912, dau. of the late Thomas Davey, Esq.,
of Bristol; b. 1862 ; m. 1887 Emily Margaret, a Lady
of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, dau.
of John Spencer, Esq., of Croydon. Sir Vansittart
Bowater, who was educated at Manchester and at Stour-
bridge, is one of H.M.'s Lietits. for, and an Aid. of the
City of London (Sheriff 1905-6, and Lord Mayor
1913-14), Hon. Col. 10th (Service) Batt. R. Fusiliers,
an Almoner of Christ's Hospital, a Commander of the
Legion of Honour, of the Order of the Redeemer of
Greece and of the Order of Leopold of Belgium, an
Officer of the Order of the Crown of Belgium, a Knight
(1st Class) of the Order of St. Olav of Norway, and
a Member of the Palme d'Academie franfaise ; has
the Order of the Dannebrog of Denmark, 1st Class. —
Hill Crest, Brownlow Road, Crnydon ; Constitutional
Club, w.c; 159, Quee.n Victoria Street, E.c.

Heir, his son Eainald Vansittart, Lieut. R.G..4.., Special
Reserve; educated at Croydon, Versailles, Cassel, and
Ghent ; b. 1888 ; m. 1914 Ethel Maud, 3rd dau. of John
Keeler-Qrix, Esq., of Keith Lodge, Woodside, Surrey.



BOWATER, Sir William Henry, Knt.— Cr.
1916.

Eldest son of William Bowater, Esq., of Birmingham,
who d. 1879, by Anne, who d. 1889, dau. of the late
John Baker, Esq., of Wednesbury ; b. 1855 ; m. 1879
Sarah Fanny, O .B.E.,'a Lady of Grace of the Order of St.
John of Jerusalem, only dau. of the late John Westwood,
Esq., of Birmingham. Sir William Bowater, who was
educated at King Edward Grammar School, Birming-
ham, is a J.P. for and an Aid. of Birmingham, of which
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ho has been a times Lord Mayor, and Hon. Col. 14th
(Service) Bntt. I!. Warwickshire Regt. — Fulford
H•?!



and killed in action 1916
Hambrook-, near Bristol,



Park, Bedfordshire.
Eldest son of Edward Bowen, Esq., of Hanley, Staf-
fordshire, who d. 1861, by Clarissa, who d. 1868, dau. BOWEN 0OLTHTTT}«?T ivr
of the late Thomas Hackwood, Esq., of Sydenham- b "'^''^•^^''-^'-'^-'-^•-UiibT, M
1 858 ; m. 1 884 Alice, dau. of Frederick Crowther, Esq.,
of Buenos Aires, and has, with other issue, a son',
* Edward Crowther, M.C., Capt. 6th (Inniskillingj i
Dragoons; educated at Wellington and at the R. Mil.
Coll.,. Sandhurst; b. 1885; m. 1910 May Isabel, younger'
dau. of the late John Frederick Roberts, Esq., of Buenos ,
Aires, and has, with other issue, a son, « John Edward
Mortimer, i. 1918. Mr. Bowen is Lord of the Manor
of Colworth, and was High Sheritf of Bedfordshire j
1910.— Co^Mwrt Park, Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire A
Junior Carlton Club, s.w. ; 5, Queen's Gate Place, s.w! I



, Eynon George

_ Corps ; b. 1893,

Residence : Harcombes,



BOWEN, George Bevan, Esq., of Llwvn-
gwair, Pembrokeshire.
Eldest and only surriving son of James Bevan Bowen
Esq., M.P., J.P. and D.L., of Llwyngwair, who d. 1905 '
by Harriette, who rf. 1916, youngest dau. of the late
Rev. John Standly, M.A. ; b. 1858 ; m. 1882 Florence
, Lmmn, only dau. of the late Frederick Corbyn Esq
[ M.D.. and has, with 5 daus., a son, »James Bevan!
, O.B.E., Capt. Pembroke Yeo. and temp. Lieut.-Col!
, R.A.F. ; educated at Winchester and at Trinity CoU "
. Cambridge; b. 188 3; vi. 1915 Noel, elder dau of
I Leonard Marshall, Esq., of Nepicar House, Wrotham
and has a bod, *George Bevan, b. 1915. Mr. Bowen'
who was educated at Cheltenham Coll. and at Mao - ^
i dalen Coll., Oxford, was formerly Lieut. Pembroke'
\!°- /'^.^V ?,?'! ■« ^ J-P- and C. Aid. for Pembroke. I
shire (High Sheriff 1914) and a J.P. for Cardiganshire
—Llwyngwair, Newport S.O., Pevtbrokeshire. \

BOWEN, Henry Charles Cole, Esq., of
Bowenscourt, co. Cork.
Eldest son of Robert St. John Cole Bowen, Esq J P ■
of Bowenscourt, who d. 1888, by his 1st wife Eliza-
beth Jane, who d. 1881, 2nd dau. of the late Charles'
Clarke, Esq., of Graiguenoe Park, co. Tipperary b
1862 ; m. 1st 1890 Florence Isabella, -who rf. 1912 'srd ,'
dau. of the late Henry Fitz-George CoUey, Esq., of:
Mount Temple, co. Dublin ; 2ndlv 1918 Mary Katharine I
younger dau. of the late Rev.' John Gwynn, D D ' '
Regius Professor of Divinity in Dublin Univ. and has
a dau., Elizabeth Dorothea Cole. Mr. Bowen who
was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1 883 'm A ,
1887), was called to the Bar at King's Inns, Dublin'
im.—Bowejiscourt, near Kildorrery, CO. Cork- I9'
Upper Merrion Street, Dublin.

BOWEN, Mrs., formerly of Mantna House, co. I
Roscommon. ' |

Louisa Frances Mary, elder dau. of Richard Joseph I
Grace, Esq who ^. 1864 (by his 2nd wife Barbara,
dau. of H. E. Taaffe Esq.), and granddau. of the late
Oliver Dowell John Grace, Esq., JP and DL of I
Mantua House; m. 1887 Edward Ferguson Bowen, I
Esq., ot Burt House, co. Donegal, a J.P. and D L for
CO. Roscommon (High Sheriff 1901) and a J.P. for'cos.
Donegal and Wexford, who d.s.p. nm.~Ounavarra
Lucan, co. Dublin.



rs., of Oakgrove,
and Dripsey Castle, co. Cork.

G>orgina de Bellasis, only dau. of Alfred Greer, Esq.
of Dripsey House, co. Cork, by his 2nd wife Peggy, wno
rf 1880, dau. of the late Major John Bowen-Colthurst!
97th Regt.,of Dripsey Castle; m. 1878 Robert Walter
Iravers Bowen-Colthurst, Esq., of Oakgrove and
Dnpsey Castle, a J.P. for co. Cork, who d 1896
leaving, with other issue, a son, * John Colthurst, Capt'
ret., ate R Irish Rifles; *. 1880; m. 1910 the Hon.
Rosalinda Laetitia Butler, youngest dau. of Robert St
John I-itzWalter, 25th Lord Dunboyne, and has, with
other issue, a son, *Eobert St. John, b. 1^11 —Oak-
grove, Killinardnsh, and Dripsey Castle, Coachford, eo.

BOWEN. JONES, Sir John Bowen, Bart-
Cr. 1911.

Second and only surviving son of John Jones, Esq., of
Eaton House. Tottenham, who


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