late Thomas N. Longman, Esq. of Farnborough Hill,
Hampshire; /). 1842 ; m. 1868 Emily Octavia, 4th dau.
of the late Arthur Kett Barclay, Esq., of Bury Hill,
Surrey, and has, with other issue, * Reginald Arthur,
was a Member of the London C.C. 1904-19 ; educated
at Harrow and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A.
1891) ; b. 1869. Sir Reginald Bray, who was educated
at Harrow and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1865,
M.A. 1871), called to the Bar at the Inner Temple
1868, and appointed a Q.C. 1897, is a D.L. for
Surrey and Lord of the Manor of Shere and Coney-
hurst, and was Recorder of Guildford 1891-1904;
appointed a Judge of the High Court of Judicature,
King's Bench Div., 1904.â r^Â« Ma7ior Hoii.se, Shere,
Guildford; Athenceum. Club, s.w.; 17, The Boltnns,
South Kensington, s.w.
BRAY, Sir (Edward) Hugh, Knt.â Cr. 1917.
Eldest son of His Honour Judge Sir Edward Bray, of
26, Queen's Gate Gardens, S.W., by Edith Louisa, 3rd
dau. of the late Rev. Thomas Hubbard ; 6. 1874 ; m,
1912 Constance Agnes, 4th dau. of Sir John Hatt
Noble Graham, 1st Bart., of Larbert, and Househill,
Stirlingshire. Sir Hugh Bray, who was educated
at Charterhouse and at Trinity Coll.. Cambridge
(B.A. 1906), is Senior Partner of Messrs. Gillanders,
Arbuthnot & Co., Calcutta ; President of the Bengal
Chamber of Commerce ; an Additional Member of
the Council of the Governor-Gen. of India for making
Laws and Regulations ; temp. Major Indian Defence
Force and Director of Contracts in India, with the temp,
rank of Brigadier-Gen. â Gillander House, Calcutta,
India; United University Chib, s.w.
BRAY, His Honour Judge Sir Edward, Knt. â
Younger son of Reginald Bray, Esq., J.P., of Shere,
Surrey, who d. 1879, by Frances, who d. 1888, dau. of
thelateThomasLongman,Esq. ; *. 1849 ;?Â«. 1873 Edith
Louisa, 3rd dau. of the late Rev. Thomas Hubbard, of
Newbuty, Berks. Sir Edward Bray, who was educated
at Westminster and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A.
1873), and called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1875, has
been a County Court Judge since 1905. â United
University Club, s.w. ; 26, Queen's Gate Gardens, s.w.
COUNTY FAMILIES OF
BRAYBROOKE, Lord (Henry Neville).â
Elder son of the Rfv. Latimer, 6tli LorJ, by Luey
â Frances, â¢who d. 1918, dau. of the late John Le Marchant
Thomas Le Marchaut, Esq., of La Haye du Puits,
Guernsey, and of New Lodge, Isle of Wight ; h. 1855 ;
s. 1904; m. 1st 1898 Emilie Pauline, who (/. 1912,
youngest dau. of the late Mons. Antoine Gonin, of
Chateau de Condemine, Macon, France; 2ndly 1917
Dorothy Edith, youngest dau. of the late .Sir George
Laweon, K.C.B. Lord Bray brooke, who was educated at
Eton and at Magdalene Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1877,
M.A. 1880), is a J.P. and D.L. for Cambridgeshire, a
J.P. for Essex and for Hertfordshire ; Hereditary
Visitor of Magdalene Coll., Cambridge, and Patron of
4 livings. â Audley End, Saffron Walden ; Billingbear,
Wokingham; Heydon House, Roi/ston ; Trauellers', mid
Wellington Clubs, s.w.
Heir, his sou Richard Henry Ooruwallis, b. 1918.
BRAYE, LordJ (Alfred Thomas Towkshend
Vebnet-Cave).â Cr. 1529.
Only surriving son of Edgell Wyatt-Edgell, Esq.,
who d. 1888, by Henrietta in her own right Baroness
Braye ; b. 1849 ; s. his mother as 5th Lord 1879 ;
m. 1873 Cecilia Harriet, dau. of the late William
Gerard Walmesley, Esq., of Westwood Hall,Lancashire.
Lord Braye, who w^as educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch.,
Oxford, and assumed the surname of V'erney-Cave, in
lieu of Wyatt-Edgell, by royal license in 1880, is a
J.P. and D.L. for Leicestershire, a J.P. for cos. Warwick
and NorthamptoQ, a Knight of Malta, and an Hon. Col.
in the Army, and was formerly Lieut.-Col and Hon. Col.
Comm. 3rd Batt. Leicestershire Regt.
Il^'iy, his sou Adriau Verney, Sub-Lieut, and temp. Lieut.-
Oomm. R. N.-vval Vol. Reserve ; late Capt. Army Motor
Reserve, previously Capt. Motor Vol. Corps ; li. 1874 ; m.
1900 Ethel Mary, dau. of Capt. Edward Bouverie Pusey,
ret. R.N., and has, with other issue, a son, "Thomas Adrian ,
Laura, dau. of the late Deputy Inspector-Gen. Fysher
Negus, E.N. ; m. 1878 Sir Richard Brayn, L.R.C.P.,
M.R.C.S.. who was formerly Medical Superintendent of
Broadmoor Asylum, Governor and Medical Officer of the
Female Convict Prisons at Woking and Aylesbury, and
a Home Office Expert in Lunacy, and who was cr. Knt.
1911 and rf. 1912.â 8, Stafford Road, Soutksea.
BREADALBANE, Marquis of (Gavin Camp-
bell, B.C., K.G.).â Cr. 1886.
Eldest son of John Alexander Gavin, 6th Earl of Bread-
albane, by Mary Theresa, who d. 1870, dau. of the late
John F. Edwards, Esq. ; b. 1851 ; s. as 7th Earl 1871 ;
m. 1872 Lady Alma Imogen Leonore Carlotta, a Lady
of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, youngest
dau. of James, 4th Duke of Montrose. The Marquis of
Breadalbane, who was educated at St. Andrews Univ.,
is Lieut. R. Co. of Archers (King's Body Guard for
Scotland), a Knight of Justice of the OrderofSt. John
of Jerusalem, a Knight of the Order of The Seraphim,
H.M.'s Lieut, and a J.P. and C.C. for Argyllshire, a
J.P. and C.C. for Perthshire, a Member of the Fishery
Board for Scotland, a Caledonian Canal Commissioner, |
and Hon. Col., previously Col. Comm., the Highland
Cyclist Batt., Territorial Force ; formerly Capt. |
Shropshire Yeo. Cav., and Lieut. 4th Batt. Argyll 1
and Sutherland Highlanders ; was a Lord-in-Waiting
to Queen Victoria 1 873-4 ; Treasurer of Queen Victoria's
Household 1880-5; Lord Steward 1892-5; Lord High
Commissioner to the Church in Scotland 1893-5, and
A.D.C. to King Edward VII. 1903-10, and has been
to King George V. since 1910; appointed Keeper of
J Lord Braye i - - - -
Bucks (exl.), and a
the Privy Seal of Scotland 1907.â Tai/mouih Castle,
Aberfeldy, Perthshire; Craig Dalnmlly, Argyllshire;
Reform, Kutional Liberal, and Brooks's Clubs, s.-w. ;
68, Ennismore Gardens, s.w.
r/eir Pres. to the Earldoai (or. 1677), his nephew Iain Edward
Herbert, gnly son of Capt. the Hon. Ivan CanipbelJ, ]
a Member of the Hoc. Corps of Geutlemen-at-Arms,
Capt. .Srd Batt. R. Scots, formerly Lieut. Q.O. Cameron
3rd Earl of Normanton ; 6. 1886.
BRECKNOCK, Earl of. See under Camden.
Lily Virginia, youngest dau. of Thomas Crane Banks,
Esq., of San Francisco, California ; ?Â«. 1879 Sir
Robert Edward Bredon, a Comm. of the Orders of f
Olaf of Norway, 1st Class, the Polar Star of Sweden,
1st Class, and the Dannebrog of Denmark, 1st Class,
and an Officer of the Legion of Honour, who had the
Grand Cross of the Orders of Francis Joseph of Austria,
and St. Stanislas of Russia, the Orders of the Double
Dragon of China, 2nd Class, the Crown of Prussia, 2nd
Class, with the Star, the Sacred Treasure of Japan, 2nd
Class, and the Rising Sun of Japan, 2nd Class, and the
Civil rank of 1st Class and Brevet rank of Provincial
Treasurer from the late Imperial Chinese Government,
who was Surgeon 97th Regt. 1867-73 ; Commissioner
of Imperial Chinese Customs at Chefoo 1875, at Ningpo
1875-6, at Canton 1876-7 and 1896-7, at Hankow-
1882-8, and at Shanghai 1890-3 ; Chief Secretary I
the Inspector-Gen. of Customs 1873-5, 1877-80, and
1893-4; Deputy-Inspector-Gen. of the Customs of
China 1897-1910 and Acting Inspector-Gen. 1908-10,
who was appointed to the Chinese Board of Customs
1910, but did not take up the appointment owing to
the objections of the British Government, and who was
cr. K.G.M.G. 1904 and (7, 1918.
BREEKS, Mrs., of Helbeck Hall, Westmorland.
Susan Maria, 2nd dau. of Sir William Thomas Denison,
K.C.B., who d. 1871, by Caroline Lucy, 2nd dau. of the
late Adm. Sir Phipps Hornby, G.C.B. ; m. 1863 James
Wilkinson Breeks, Esq., H.E.I.C.S., of Eden Gate, who .
1872, leaving, with other issue, a son, * Richard William,
C.B., a D.L. forWestmorland and Col. (temp. Brigadier-
Gen. 1915) R.A. ; b. 1863 ; m. 1893 Olive, 2nd dau. of
the late Henry Arthur Blyth, Esq., of Stansted House,
Essex, and has a dau. Mrs. Breeks is Lady of the
Manor of Helbeck. â Helbeck Hall, Brough, Westmor-
BREMNER, William Bruce, Esq., of Glasslaw,
Only son of Thomas John Bremner, Esq., of Glasalaw,
J. P., who d. 1890, by Marion Wilson Nicolson, whod.
1878, dau. of the late Rev. John Wilson, Minister of
Farnell, Kincardineshire; b. 1850; m. 1877 Anne,
dau. of William Joyner, Esq.. Sugar Planter, Natal,
and widow of Charles Eaglestone, Esq., and has, with
a dan., a son, * Thomas Bruce, b. 1880 ; Â»i. 1914 Jean
Stinson. and has a dau., Joan Bruce. â Residence :
Hazlewood, Umzinto, Natal. South Africa.
BRENANjJ Richard Henry Feehan, Esq., of
Eden Hall, and Nicholastown House, co.
Second son of Gerald John Brenan, Esq., J.P., of Eden
Hall, and Nicholastown House, who d. 1909, by
Elinor, who d. 1916, eldest dau. and co-heiress of the
late Richard Feehan, Esq., of Carrick, co. Tipperary;
b. 1873; m. 1907 Kathleen, eldest dau. of "Samuel
THE DOTTED KINGDOM.
Morris, Esq., J.P., of Newrath House, Waterford,
Tybroughney House, Carrick-on-Suir, and Clorau Old,
Fethard, co. Tipperary, and has, -n-ith other issue, a
son, * Gerald John Noel Morris, h. 1912. Mr. Brenan
â was educated at Carlow Coll. and at Belvedere Coll.,
Dublin.â fi/c/i Hall, Ballyragget, co. Kilkenny;
Nicholastown House, Altanagh, Qxieen's Co.
BRENCHLET, Herbert Walter Harman^
Esq., of Glaneirw, Cardiganshire.
Eldest son of Thomas Harman Brenchley, Esq., of
Glaneirw, who d. 1894, by Emily Sarah, dau. of the
late Lieut.-Col. Herbert Vaughan, 90th Regt. ; A. 1861.
3Ir. Brenchley, who was educated at Winchester and
at Jesus Coll., Cambridge, is Major and Hon. Lieut.-
Col. ret. 6th Batt. D. of Cambridge's Middlesex Kegt
â Glaneirw, near Cardiqan.
BRERETON, Mrs., of Briniugham, Norfolk.
Emma, youngest dau. of the late Rev. John Neville
White, of Tivetshall, Norfolk ; m. 1859 Shovel Henry
Brereton, Esa., of Briningham, who was a Capt. ret.
Norfolk Art. Militia, and who d. 1899, leaving, wiih
other issue, *Cloudesley Shovel Henry, educated at
St. John's Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1886, M.A. 1890)
h. 1863; m. 1904 Maud Adeline, dau. of Ford, and
widow of John Charles Horobin, Esq., M.A., Principal
of Homerton Coll., (Cambridge, and has, with other
issue, a son, * Cloudesley Shovel Malcolm, b. 1905.
Mrs. Brereton is Patron of the living of Briningham.â
Briningham House, Briningham S.S.O., Norfolk.
BRERETON, Mrs., of Rathurless, co. Tip-
Frances, dau. of the late Edward ToTvnley Hardman,
Esq., of Newbliss, co. Monaghan ; )k. 1862 Col. Thomas
Sadleir Brereton, of Rathurless, an Assistant Com-
missary-Gen. ret. with the hon. rank of Col., who d.
1912, leaving, with other issue, a sod, *Thomas Hard-
man, educated at Galway Grammar School and abroad ;
h. 1866; m. 1904 Avereena, dau. of the late Samuel
Dickson Biggs, Esq., of Bellevue, co. Tipperary, and
has, with other issue, a son, *Thomas Franc Sadleir, h.
1918. â Rnthurless, Nenagh, co. Tipperary.
BRETHERTON, Noreis, Esq., of Runshaw
Second son of William Bretherton, Esq., J.P., of Run-
shaw Hall, who d. 1890, by Margaret, who (i. 1897,
only child of the late Richard Norris, Esq., of Lostock
Brow, Lancashire; h. 1859; m. 1883 Ann Elizabeth,
only child of the late William Ba.shall, Esq., J.P., of
Nateby Lodge, Lancashire, and has 3 daus. Mr.
Bretherton, who was educated at Fettes Coll., Edin-
burgh, is a Magistrate for Lancashire. â RicnshaivHall,
Charley, Lancashire; Natehy Lodge, Garstang S.O..
BRETT, Sir Charles Henrt, Knt.â Cr. 1906.
Eldest son of the Rev. WiUs Hill Brett, of Kirk-
cubbin, co. Down, who d. 1862, by Matilda, who
d. 1886, eldest dau. of the late Thomas Garrett, Esq., of
Belfast; *. 1839 ; 'in. 1863 Margaret, younger dau. of
Robert Neill, Esq., of Belfast. Sir Charles Brett was
admitted a Solicitor, Ireland, 1861. â Gretton, Malone,
Belfast; 9, Chichester Street, Belfast; Naticnal. Liberal
BRETT, Sir Cecil Michael Wilfoed, Knt
C.S.I.â Cr 1911.
Third son of Richard Rich AVilford Brett, Esq., Bombay
Cav., who d. 1857, by Emily Georgina, who d. 1878,
only dau. of the late Henry Elliott, Esq., Bombay Cav. â¢
h. 1852 ; m. 1885 Margaret Ellen, 3rd dau. of the late
Henry Davies, Esq. Sir Cecil Brett, who was educated
at Guildford and at Cheltenham Coll., entered the
Indian Civil Service 1874, and was called to the Bar
at the Middle Temple 1884 ; was Registrar, Bengal
High Court, 1886-90, a Dist. and Sessions Judge
1890-1900, and a Pifisne Judge of the High Court
of Calcutta 1900-13; is a J. P. for Hampshire.â
Wayside, Whitehill, Hampshire; East India United
Service Club, s.w.
BREVITT, Sir Horatio, Knt.â Cr. 1915.
Youngest son of Archibald PauU Brevitt, Esq., of
Darlaston, who rf. 1871, by Maria, who d. 1882, dau. of
the late Samuel Bayley, Esq., of Darlaston ; b. 1847 ;)h.
1872 Sarah Eliza, who d. 1912, 2nd dau. of the late
Rev. Jabez Yardley, of Walsall. Sir Horatio Brevitt,
who was educated at Mowbray House School, Wolver-^
hampton, and at Shifnal Grammar School, Shropshire,
and admitted a Solicitor 1870, was. formerly Clerk to
the County Justices of the Wolverhampton Div. of
Staffordshire, Deputy Coroner for the Wolverhamp.
ton Div. of Staffordshire and for the Borough of Wol-
verhampton, and Town Clerk, Clerk of the Peace, and
Solicitor to the Corporation of Wolverhampton 1882-
1919, and has been Solicitor and Clerk to the Wolver-
hampton and Staffordshire (Joint) Small Pox Hospital
Board since 1903 ; is Past President of the Wolver-
hanipton Law Society and of the Clerks of the Peace
Society for Cities and Boroughs, and ex-Chairman of
the Law Committee of the Association of Municipal
Corporations.â TAc Lea.wwes, Wolverhainpton , Staf-
BREWER, Mrs., of Gorelands, Monmouth-
Janet, youngest dau. of James Eennie, Esq., of
Maindee Park, Monmouthshire, who d. 1864; m.
1866 John Edwin Brewer, Esq., of Gorelands, a
J. P. for Monmouthshire, who was formerly in the
Mil. Department, India Office, and who d. 1915,
leaving, with other issue, a son, *Edwin Melvill Rennie,
late Capt. 4th Batt. Connaught Rangers; h. 1868;
m. 1897 Ethel, only child of the late Frank Burnett,
Esq., of Worsham, Sussex, and has, with other issue,
a SOD, "Frank Llewelyn Rennie, b. \902.â Gorelands,
BREWER-WILLIAMS, Edmund Williams
Tom Llewelyn, Esq., F.Z.S., of Maesrud-
Only son of Tom Llewelyn Brewer, Esq., J.P. and D.L.,
who d. 1887, by Mary, who d. 1913, eldest dau. of
the late Edmund Williams, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
Maesruddud; 6.1865. Mr. Brewer-Williams, who was
educated at St. Edward's School, Oxford, and at
St. John's Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1890, M.A. 1893),
called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1897, and
assumed by royal license the additional surname
and arms of Williams 1907, is a J.P. and D.L. for
Monmouthshire, and was High Sheriff 1908.â il/acs-
rmddud, Blackwood, near Newport, Monmo^tthshire ;
0.rford and Cambridge Club, s.w.
Jane Kirk, dau. of the late Thomas Purnell, Esq.,
J.P. ; m. 1857, as 2nd wife. Sir David Brewster, K.H.,
nent optician, who was cr. Knt.
â Allerley, Melrose.
F.R.S., &c., an
1832, andif. 18(
BRICKDALE. See Fortescue-Brickdale.
COUNTY FAMILIES OF
BRICKWOOD, Sir John, Knt.â Cr. 1904.
Son of Harry Brickwood, of Portsmouth, who d. 1862,
by Rossetta, who d. 1859, dau. of the late William '
Schneegans, of London; b. 18o2; m. Ist 1881 Lily,
v/hod. 1889, dau. of the late William Miller, of South- j
sea; 2ndly 1893 Jessie, who d. 1917, dau. of the late ;
John Cooper, of Burghfield, Berkshire. Sir John
Brickwood, who was educated privately, is Chairman
and Managing Director of Brickwood and Co., Brewers,
Portsmouth, and Chairman of Holbrook and Son Ltd., I
and of the Hampshire Bottle Works.â Portsmouth ; '
BranJcsmcrc, Southsea; Junior Carlton, and Atithors'
â m. 1889 Emily Charlotte (Lady of the Manor and
Patron of Copgrove), elder dau. of the late Thomas
Shiffner, Esq., J. P. and D.L., of Westergate, Susses.
Sir Francis Bridgeman, who was educated on H.M.S.
' Britannia ' and abandoned the additional surname of
Simpson by deed poll 1896, is anAdm.ret., aMagistrate
for the W. Riding of Yorkshire, and a Commander of
the Legion of Honour, and was a Naval A.D.C. to H.M.
King Edward VIL 1901-3, Second in Command of the
Atlantic Fleet 1904-5; Rear-Adm. of the Mediter-
ranean Fleet 1906-7 ; Commander-in-Chief of the
Home Fleet 1907-9 ; 2nd Sea Lord of the Admiralty
1909-11; Commander-in-Chief of the Home Fleet
1911, and 1st Sea Lord of the Admiralty 1911-12;
has the Order of the Redeemer of Greece, 2nd Class. â
Copgrove Hall, via Leeds; Naval and Military Club,
w. ; Marlborough, and Boodle's Clubs, s.w. ; if. Yacht
BRIDGE, Sir Cyprian Arthur George, i
G.C.B.â Cr. K.C.B. 1899, G.C.B. 1903.
Eldest son of the Ven. Thomas Finch Hobday Bridge, j
Archdeacon of St. John's, Newfoundland, who d. 1856,
yo.!'tJ::X''^,Tl 1-839 ;^;f'i87l EllaS BRIDGEMAN, WiLLiAM Clive, Esq., of Leigh
youngest dau. of the late George Thornhill, Esq.,
C.S.I. Sir Cyprian Bridge is an Adm. ret., and was
Director of Naval Intelligence 1889-94, and Com-
mander-in-Chief on the Australian Station 1895-8 and
on the China Station 1901-4; has the Grand Cordon
of the Order of the Rising Sun of Japan.â United
Service Club, s.w.
BRIDGE, Brigadier-Gen. Sir Charles Henry,
K.C.M.G., C.B.â Cr.l916.
Fourth son of the Ven. Thomas Finch Hobday Bridge,
Archdeacon of St. John's, Newfoundland, who d. 1856,
by Sarah Christiana, who d. 1881, dau. of the late John
Dunscomb, Esq. ; b. 1862 ; m. 1885 Elizabeth Dorcas,
elder dau. of Commissary-Gen. Sir Edward Morris,
K.C.B. Sir Charles Bridge, who was educated at
Canterbury and at Jesus Coll., Cambridge, is an
Hon. Brigadier-Gen. ret., late Col. R.A.S.C. ; was
D.A.aM.G. at Headquarters 1888-91; D.A.A.G. S.
Africa 1896-7 and E.Dist. 1897-9 ; D.A.G. and Director
of Transport in S. Africa 1899-1900 ; A.A.G. Aldershot
1900-2 ; Director of Transport 1st Army Corps 1902-
3 ; Assistant Inspector of Remounts 1903-5 and In-
spector 1906-18, with the temp, rank of Brigadier-
Gen. 191i-lS.â Junior United Service Chib, s.w. ;
Cedar House, Cheniston Gardens, w.
BRIDGE, Sir (John) Frederick, Knt., C.V.O.,
Mns.D.â Cr. 1897.
Eldest son of the late John Bridge, of Rochester, by
Rebecca, dau. of the late Joseph Cox, of Rowley,
Worcestershire; b. 1844; m. 1st 1872 Constance
Ellen, who d. 1879, dau. of I. L. Moore; 2ndly 1883
Helen Mary Flora, who d. 1906, dau. of the late
Edward Amphlett, formerly Scots Greys ; 3rdly 1914
Marjory Wedgwood, youngest dau. of Reginald
Newcome Wood, Esq., of Bignall End, Staffordshire.
Sir Frederick Bridge, who was educated at Rochester
(Mus.D. 1874, Hon. M.A. Durh-am 1905), and was
Organist of Westminster Abbey 1875-1918, is
Emeritus Organist tiiereof. Conductor of the R. Choral
Society, Gresham Professor of Music and King Edward
Professi^r of Music at, and a Member of the Senate
of, London Univ. â Cairnborrow Lodge, Glass, Aber-
deenshire ; AthencBum Club, s.w.
BRIDGEMAN, Sir Francis Charles Bridge-
MAN, G.C.B., G.C.V.O., of Copgrove Hall,
Yorkshire.â Cr. K.C.V.O. 1907, K.C.B.
1908, G.C.V.O. 1911, G.C.B. 1912.
Youngest son of the Rev. William Bridgeman-Simpson,
M.A., Rector of Babworth, Nottinghamshire, who d.
1895, by Lady Frances Laura, who d. 1887, 3rd dau.
of Charles William, 5th Earl Fitzwilliam ; b. 1848;
Only son of the Hon. and Rev. John Robert Orlando
Bridgeman, Rector of Weston-under-Liziard, Stafford-
shire, who d. 1897, by Marianne Caroline, dau. of the
late Ven. William Clive, Archdeacon of Montgomery-
shire; b. 1864 ; TO. 1895 Caroline Beatrix, dau. of the
Hon. Cecil Thomas Parker, of Eccleston Paddocks,
Cheshire, and has, with 2 other sons, * Robert Clive,
M.C., Lieut. Rifle Brigade; b. 1896. Mr. Bridgeman,
who was educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cam-
bridge (B.A. 1887, M.A. 1892), is a Magistrate for
Shropshire, Chairman of the Governors of Shrewsbury
School, and Lord of the Manors of Leigh and Aston
Rogers ; was Assistant Private Secretary to the
Secretary of State for the Colonies (Lord Knutsford)
1889-92, Private Secretary to the Chancellor of the
Exchequer (the Right Hon. Sir Michael Edward Hicks-
Beach, Bart.) 1895-1902, a Member of the London
School Board 1897-1904 and oi the London C.C. 1904,
a Lord Commissioner of the Treasury 1915-Dec.
1916, Assistant Director of the War Trade Department
1916, and Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of
Labour Dec. 1916-1919; appointed Parliamentary
Secretary to the Board of Trade 1919 ; has been M.P.
for Shropshire (Oswestry Div.) since 190e.â Leigh
Manor, Minsterley, Shropshire ; Carlton Club, s.w. ;
13, Mansfield Street, w.
BRIDGE]\'IAN. See Bradford.
BRIDGEMAN - SIMPSON, of Babworth,
Nottinghamshire. See Denison.
BRIDGER, Lieut.-Col. Harry Colvill, of
Adur Lodge, Sussex.
Only son of Harry Bridger, Esq., J.P., of Adur Lodge
and Buckingham House, Sussex, who d. 1910, by his
1st wife Eliza Ann, who d. 1889, eldest dau. of the
late George Orme, Esq., of Broadwater, Sussex;
b. 1850. Lieut.-Col. Bridger, who was educated
at Weybridge School and at Caius Coll., Cambridge,
is a J.P. and D.L. for Sussex, Major and Hon. Lieut.-
Col. late 3rd Batt. R. Sussex Regt., and Lord of the
Manors of Beeding, Horton, and Old Shoreham. â
Adur Lodge, Old Shoreham, Sussex ; Carlton Club,
BRIDGES, Edith Lilian, Lady.
Dau. of D. Francis. Esq. ; m. 1885 Major-Gen.
William Throsby Bridges, C.M.G., late R. Australian
A., who was Chief Instructor, School of Gunnery,
aiid Fire Master, N.S.W., 1893-1902 ; Acting Assist-
ant Adjutant-Gen. 1903 ; Quaitermaster-Gen. Head-
quarters Staff 1902-5 ; Acting Deputy Adjutant-Gen.
THE UNITED KINGDOM.
and Chief Staff Officer 1904; Chief of Intelligence, |
Board of Mil. Adminstration, 1905-8 ; Chief of the
Gen. Staff 1909 ; Commonwealth Representative or
the Imperial Gen. Staff 1909-10 ; Commandant of the
R. Mil. Coll. of Australia 1910-14 ; Inspector-Gen
Council of Defence, Anstralian Commonwealth Forces,
1914-15, and in command of the Australian Div. on
the Gallipoli Peninsula 1915, and who d. of wounds
received in action 1915, and was subsequently cr.
K.C.B. \^\t,.â Melbourne, Victoria.
BRIDGES, Major-Gen. Sir Geokge Tom
MOLESWORTH, K.C.M.G., C.B., D.S.O.,
F.R.G.S.â Cr. 1919.
Second son of Major Thomas Walker Bridges, R.A.,
who d. 1880 ; b. 1871; m. 1907 Janet Florence, 2nd
dau. of the late Graham Menzies, Esq., of Hallyburton,
Forfarshire, and widow of Major Wilfred George
Howard Marshall, Grenadier Guards. Sir George
Bridges is a Major-Gen. and temp. Lieut.-Gen., late
4th Hussars, 4th Dragoon Guaixis and R.A., and an
Officer of the Legion of Honour; has the Grand
Conlon of the Belgian Order of the Crown and the
French Croix de Guerre ; was in Imperial Light Horse,
Commandant Hanover Road and in command of .jth
and 6th W. Australian Mounted Infantry in S. Africa
1899-1901 ; in command of Tribal Horse (which he
raised) in .Somaliland 1902-4; an Instructor at Cav.
School 1907-8; Mil. Attache at Copenhagen, Brussels,
The Hague, Stockholm, and Christiana 1910-14; a
Gen. Staff Officer 1914-17 and Controller of Trench
Warfare Department, Ministry of Munitions, with tlu'
temp, rank ot Lieut.-Gen., 1917-18. â Cavalry Club.v!. ;
Beefsteak Club, w.c. ; 27, Ckesham Street, s.w.
BRIDGES, John Henet, Esq., of Ewell Gourt,
and Langshott, Horley, Surrey; and of
Only son of the Rev. Alexander Henry Bridges,
Hon. Canon of Winchester and Rector of Beddington,
Surrey, who d. 1891, by Caroline Matilda, who d.
189G, dau. of the late Christopher Hodgson, Esq.,
Treasurer of Queen Anne's Bounty; /;. 1852; )/i. 1st
1879 Edith Isabella, who d. 1907, youngest dau. of
the late Henry Tritton, Esq., of Beddington, Surrey;
2ndly 1909 Dorothy Mary, eldest dau. of Reginald
Benson .lacomb, Esq., of Ewell House, Surrey, and
has, with other issue, a son, * Alexander Henry, Major
R.A.; b. 1879. Mr. Bridges, who was educated at
Winchester and at Oriel CoU., Oxford (B.A. 1875,
M.A. 1885), is Lord of the Manor of Beddington, a
J.P. for Surrey (High Sheriff 1919) and for Aberdeen,
shire, and Patron of 1 living. â Ewell Court, Ewell,
Surrey ; United University Club, s.w.
Caroline Fountaine, dau. of ; m. 18 â Sir Robert