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an, Esq.,
of Glasgow, and has, with 2 daus., an only surviving
son, John,M.C., Lieut, and Acting Capt. 3rd Dragoon
Guards, Special Reserve ; educated at Rcpton ; b. 1888.
Mr. Bower is a Magistrate for Suffolk, Lord of the
Manors of Stradishall and Manston, aud Patron of
■ I Ymag.- -Stradishall Place, StradUhall, near New-
warket.

BOWER. See Nott-Bmm:



Association, and an Officer of the Legion of Honour; I pQ-yyT-gg^^^-]^ ^-^^ Right Hon. CflABLES '
was a Member of the Common Council of the City' of ; WtlliAM



was

London 1896-1918 and a Sheriff 1912-13 ; elected
Aid. 1918: has the Order of the Dannebrog of Denmark,
2nd Class.— TAe Grange, Chislehnrst, Kent ; 7?.
Automobile Club, s.w. ; Citij Carlton Club, e.c. ; St.
Lawrence House, Mark Lane. e.c.



BOWER, Lieut.-Col. Geoege Haddon, of Pit-
murchie, Aberdeenshire. |

Second son of James Haddon Bower, Esq., of Pit i
murchie, who d. 1901, by Susan Potter, who d. 1908, [
dau. of the late James Anderson, Esq., of Chapelbank,
Forfarshire; b. 1871; m. 1916 Amy, dan. of R. D. I BOWERS, Lady

Garden, Esq., of New York, U.S.A. Lieut.-Col. Bower, - •

who was educated at Aberdeen Grammar School and at
Aberdeen Univ.(M.A. 1891),is Lieut.-Col. T.F. Reserve,
late 7th Batt. The Black Watch (R. Highlanders) ;
formerly Lieut.-Col. Comm. 7th Batt. Gordon High-
landers, T.D. ^Pitmurchie, near Torphins, N.B.;
University Club, Aberdeen.



Eldest son of 0. A. Bowerman, Esq., of Honiton,
Devonshire; 4. 1851; m. 1876 Louisa, dau. of W.
Peach, Esq., of Poplar. Mr. Bowerman was Gen.
Secretary of the London Society of Compositors 1892-
1906 and an Aid. of the London C.C. 1901-7; has
been M.P for Deptford since 1906 and Secretary of
the Trade Union Congress since 1911 (President 1901),
and is Parliamentary Secretary of the London Society
of Compositors.— 4, ^Battledean Road, Highbury, N.



BOWER, Henry Stndercombe, Esq., of Font-
mell Parva, Dorset.
Only son of the Rev. Henry Tregonwell Bower, :
J.P., of Fontmell Parva, who d. 1876, by Elizabeth j
Syndercombe, eldest dau. of the late Rev. Thomas
Fox, Rector of Temple Combe ; b. 1 839 ; m. 1866 Sarah
Matilda, who d. 1915, 5th dau. of the late Rev. Robert
Salkeld, and has, with other issue, a son, * Henry '
Gregory Syndercombe, a Magistrate for Dorset ; b.
1867 ; in. 1892 Charlotte Rosabelle, youngest dau. of
the late Rev. Richard Surtees, Rector of Holtby, j
Yorkshire, and has, with other issue, a son, * Lancelot
Tregonwell Syndercombe, O.B.E., Capt. 3rd Batt.
Dorsetshire Regt. and temp. Capt. Garrison Batt.
Hampshire Regt.; educated at Repton ; b. 1895.
Mr Bower, who was educated at Harrow and at
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1861, M.A. 1864), is
a Magistrate for Dorset. — Fontmell Parva. Blandford.



Margaret Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the late John Jones,
Esq., of Swansea; m. 1880 Sir Edward Hardman
Bowers, who entered the Civil Service 1872 as Assistant
Surveyor of Taxes, was subsequently Surve3'or of Taxes,
Inspector of Taxes and Superintendent Inspector of
Taxes and Cliief Inspector of Stamps and Taxes, Inland
Revenue Department, 1910-14, and who was cr. Knt.
1913 and d. \^U.— The Chestmits, Claygatc, Surrey.



BOWER, James Boweb, Esq., of Claremont,
Devon.

Eldest son of Richard Marsh Marsh-Dunn, Esq., J.P.,

of Teignmouth, who d. 1884 (by Eliza Helen, 2nd dau.

of the late James Bower, Esq., of Melcombe Regis,

Dorset), and nephew of the late Rev. James Henry

Bower, of The Larches ; b. 1848 ; m. 1881 Ada Emily

Gwynne FitzGerald, who d. 1898, eldest dau. of the

late James William FitzGerald Butler, Esq., and niece

of Theobald 14th Lord Dunboyne, and has a son,

« James Gerald Marsh, b. 1886. Mr Bower is a Major j p^-jj™^ -. ^^.-^ „^^ . ,,

late 3rd Batt. Cheshire Regt. ; formerly Lieut. 51st Foot. | BOWlib-L X UJN . See Ly<

—Claremont, Teignmouth, Devon. ' Kinghorne, Earl of.



] BOWERS, Mrs., of Caverswall Castle,
I Staffordshire.

I A^era Aimee, 3rd dau. of Thomas Latham, Esq.,.

I Barrister-at-Law, of Stillingflete, Folkestone, by Edith,
dau. of the late Murray Robinson, Esq., of Shanghai,

! China; m. 1913 William Aubrey Bowers, E.sq., of
Caverswall Castle, Lieut. 5th Batt. N. Staffordshire
Eegt., -who d. of wounds received in action 1916,
leaving a dau., Penelope Yna.— Caverswall Castle,
near Stoke-on-Trent.

BOWES, Lord. See Strathmore and Kinghorne,
Earl of.

BOWES, Richard, Esq., of Monkend, Yorkshire;
and of Brimmiside, co. Durham.

Eldest son of George Bowes, Esq., of Darlington, who
d 1884, by Elizabeth, who d. 1890, 2nd dau. of the
late William Gredon, Esq., of Brechin, Forfarshire ;
b 1859 ; s. his uncle Thomas Bowes, Esq., at Monk-
eiid, 1884; in. 1892 Blanche, elder dau. of the late
M Ernst Bunge, of Havre, France, and has, with
other issue, a son, *Martyn Richard Belasyse, b. 1901..
Mr. Bowes is a J.P. for the N. Riding of Yorkshire
and temp. Capt. 7th V.B. Yorkshire -Regt.— Monkend
Croft-on-Tees, vid Darlington.



and Strathmore



Bow]



THE UNITED KINGDOM.



BOWLBT, Sir Anthony Alfred, K C B
K.C.M.G., K C.V.O., P.R.C.S.— Cr.' Knt'
1911, K.C.M.G. 1915, K.C.V.O. 1916'
K.C.B. 1919.
Tliird son of Thomas William Boivlby Esq of
Durham, who d. 1860, by Frances Marion, -n-ho rf. 1891
dau. of the late Pulteuey Meiu, Esq., of Caiinobie
Dumfriesshire; b. 1855: m. 1898 Maria Bridget eldest
dau. of the Rev. the Hon. Hugh Wynne Lloyd-
Mostyn, M.A., Rector of Buckworth, Hunlino-donshirc'
Sir Anthony Bowlby, ^yllo M-as educated at Durham
School and at St. Bartholome-n-'s Hospital (F.R.CS.
1881), was Senior Surgeon in charge of the Portland
Hospital, S. Africa, 1899-1900, Surgeon of the House-
hold to H.M. King Edward VII. 1904-10, Civilian
MeraberoftheArmy Medical Advisory Board 'l91,S-18
and temp. Major-Gen. A.M.S. 1915-19, is Surgeon
and Lecturer on Surgery at St. Bartholomew's Hospital
Consulting Surgeon to Queen Alexandra's Mil. Hospital 1
and to the Foundling Hospital, and Lieut -Col 1st
London Gen. Hospital, R.A.M.C, T.F., and has been
Hon. Surgeon-in-Ordinary to H.M. King (Jeorge V 1
sinwel^lfi.— In, Manchester Square, -w.

BOWLBT, Arthur Salvin, Esq., of Gilstonl
Park, Hertfordshire. I

Elder surviving son of Edward Salvin Bowlby, Esq '
J.P. and D.L., of Gilston Park, who d. 1902, by his 1st
wife Maria, who d. 1879, dau. of the late James
Rimington, Esq., of Broomhead Hall, Yorkshire- b
m-2^m. 1903 Catherine Mary, elder dau. of the late
tol. Ldwin Edward Bruton Bond, Bengal Staff Corps
and has, with other issue, a son, * Francis Edward
Salvin, b. 1904. Mr. Bowlby, who was educated at
Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1893) is a
Magistrate for Hertfordshire (High Sheriff 1908) Lord
of the Manors of Sayesbury, &c., and Patron of 2
hvmgs.—Gilsion Pari; Harlow; Knoi/dart, Invemess-
shire; United University Ckib, s.vr.;' R. Yacht Squad-
ron, Cowes.



[Bow



, Derek Henry, ,. I91.5. Col. Bowles, who was educated

at Harrow and at Jesus Coll., Cambridge (B V 188 1

' M. A. 1 885), and called to the Bar at the^uier Temple

i Ban' ^-T f-''1^ ^'^°' ="^'' Hon. Lieut.-Co 7 h
Batt. Rifle Brigade, and is a J P T) T -.^a n . . ,

1919) a Member of the Court of tli! Wors 1 u

cestors ana Patron of 1 livino- • sat ..=, ivr d j .i

I^tL, f/^ f "''' 1918.-Fo;-^y Hall, Enfield

MiddJesex; Woiyhton, Buckinghamshire ■ Carlton
and Conservative C/uhs, ^.Vf.


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