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ry Farr, Esq., of Plas
Llyssyn, Montgomeryshire.
Eldest son of William Henry Adams, Esq., of Pl&s
Llyssyn, whorf. 1904, by Susanna Rebecca, v^hod. 1
dau. of the late Rev. David James, Vicar of Llanwnog,
Montgomeryshire; b. 1868; m. 1896 Evelyn, 2nd dau.
of Robert Guichard Geach, Esq., and has, with other
issue, a son, * Geoffrey Walford Farr, b. 1902.
Adams, who was educated at Shrewsbury School and
at Lincoln Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1881), was admitted a
Solicitor 1884. — Plds Llgssyn, Carno, Montgomeryshire.

ADAMS. Sec Coode-Adams.

ADAMSON, the Right Hon. William.

Youngest son of James Adamson, of Halbeath, who
d. 1874, by Flora Mackay, who d. 1897, dau. of the
late Thomas Cunningham, of Wemyss ; b. 1863; m.
1887 Christina M., dau. of Richard Marshall, of Hal-
beath. Mr. Adamson, who was educated at Halbeath
Village School, is Gen. Secretary of the Fife Miners' and
Clackmannan Miners' Associations, and Treasurer of
the National Union of Scottish Mine Workers ; has
been M.P. for the W. Div. of Fife since Dec. 1910, and
Chairman of the Labour Party since 1917. — 6, J'ic-
toria Street, Dunfermline, Fife.

-fADAMSON, Sir Harvet, K.C.S.I.— Cr.
Knt. 1906, K.C.S.I. 1910.

Son ofthe late Rev. Alexander Adamson, of Kinnermit ;
*. 1854 ; m. 1892 Jane Charlotte, dau. of the late John
Leslie, Esq., of Corsee, Nairnshire. Sir Harvey Adam-
son, who was educated at Gymnasium, Old Aberdeen,
and at Aberdeen Univ. (M.A. 1873), entered the Indian
Civil Service 1877, and was Lieut.-Col. Comm. Upper
Burma Vol. Rifles 1897-1900; Commissioner at
Mandalay 1897-1901; Judicial Commissioner of Upper

of Au-
burn, CO. Westmeath.

Youngest son of George Archibald Graham Adamson,
Esq., of Auburn, who d. 1900, by his 3rd wife Amelia,
dau. of John Perceval Graves, Esq.; b. 1873; m. 1897
Arabella Le Bagge, dau. of the late Charles E. Allan
Cameron, Esq., formerly Assistant Inspector-Gen. R.
Irish Constabulary, and has a dau., Gretta Graham. —
Auburn, Glasson, co. Westmeath.

ADAMSON, Lieut.-Col. John George, C.M.G.,
of Linden Hall, Northumberland ; and of
Glenfarne Hall, co. Leitrim.

Eldest son of LaviTence William Adamson, Esq., J.P.
aud D.L., of Linden Hall, who rf. 1911, by his 1st wife
Anne Jane, who d. 1869, 3rd dau. of the late John
Thomas Edward Flint, Esq., H.E.I.C.S. ; b. 1855; m.
1883 Caroline Sara, dau. of the late Rev. James
Timothy BainbridgeLandon, Hon. Canon of York, and
Vicar of Ledsham, Yorkshire, and has 2 daus. Lieut.-
Col. Adamson, who was educated at Rugby and at
Trinity Coll. and New Inn Hall, Oxford, and was
formerly Major K.O. Yorkshire L.I., is a J.P.
and D.L. for co. Leitrim (High Sheriff 1908), a J.P. for
Northumberland, and Lieut.-Col. ret. pay ; appointed
temp. Col.-iu-Charge of Records, Territorial Force,
London, with the temp, rank of Col., 1914. — Glenfarne
Hall, Glenfarne S.O.,co. Leitrim; Linden Hall, Long
Horsley S.O., Northumberland; Naval and Military
Club, -w. ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin; Northern
- Counties' Club, Newcastle-upon-Tyne; R. St. George
Yacht Club, Kingstown.

ADAMSON, Col. Rushton Webber, of Great
Sanders, Sussex.
Eldest son of William Rushton Adamson, Esq., J.P.
and D.L., of Great Sanders, and Rushton Park, Sussex,
who d. 1898, by Fanny Constance, who d. 1917, dau.
of the late James Deacon, Esq., of Elsiuore, Denmark ;
b. 1863. Col. Adamson, who was educated at Eton, is
a Magistrate for Sussex, an Hon. Major in the Army,
and Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. late Comm. Sussex
R.G.A. Militia. — Great Sanders, near Sedlescombe,
Battle R.S.O., Sussex; Junior United Service Club,

ADCOCK, Sir Hugh, Knt., C.M.G.— Cr. 1901.

Son of Christopher Adcock, Esq.; b. 1847; m. Ist 1866
Elizabeth, dau. of William Watkin, Esq. ; 2ndly 1908
Florence Beatrice, elder dau. of Lieut.-Col. Joseph
Scott Gowrie Manera, ret., late Indian Army. Sir
Hugh Adcock, who was formerly Physician to H.I.M
is Consul. Gen. for Persia at Florence, and has the 1st
Class Star of the Order of the Lion and Sun of Persia,
the Orders of the Medjidie, 1st Class, Civil Merit of
Belgium, St. Sava of Sweden, the Legion of Honour




4Mi Class, the Iron Crown of Austria, 2nd Class,
Leopold of Belgium, 2nd Class, the Crown of Prussia,
2nd Class, and The Orange of Holland, 2nd Class.

ADDAMS- WILLIAMS. See Mansd, of The Broad-
tower, Monmouthshire, and Williams.

ADDERLET, the Hon. Henry Arden, of Fil-
longley, Warwickshire.

Second son of Charles Bowyer, 1st Lord Norton, who d.
1905, by the Hon. Julia Anne Eliza, who d. 1887,
eldest dan. of Chandos, 1st Lord Leigh; b. 1854; in.
1881 Grace, youngest dau.of the late William Bruce
Stopford-Sackville, Esq., and has, with other issue, a
son, *Hubert Bowyer Arden, Lieut. Reserve of Officers
and Major ret., lateActing Major M.G.C. ; previously
Lieut. Scots Guards ; educated at Eton and at the R.
Mil. Coll., Sandhurst; b. 1886; m. 1912 Elizabeth,
only dau. of the late William John Birkheck, Esq., of
Strattou Strawless Hall, and Thorpe High House, Nor-
folk, and has, with other issue, a son, *John Arden, b.
1915. Mr. Adderley, who was educated at Eton and at
Oh. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1880), and called to the Bar at
the Inner Temple 1881, isa J.P., D.L. and C. Aid. for
Warwickshire, and Capt. Territorial Force Reserve,
late 2nd in Command 3, 1st Warwickshire Yeo.— Fil-
longley Hall, Coventry ; Windham Cbib, s.-w.

A DDERLET. See Broughton- Adderley, and Norton.

ADDINGTON, Lord (John Gellibrand Hub-
bard).— Or. 1887.

Eldest son of Egerton, 2nd Lord, by Mary Adelaide,
3rd dau. of Sir Wyndham Spencer Portal, 1st Bart., of
Malshanger, Hampshire; *. 1883; s. 1915. Lord
Addlngton, who was educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch.,
Oxford (B.A. 1906), is Capt, and tump. Major Buck-
inghamshire Batt. Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire
L.I. and Patron of 1 XWmg.—Addine/ton, Winslow,
Buckinghamshire ; Bachelors' Club, w.

ADDINGTON. See Sidmouth, Viscount.

ADDIS, Sir Charles Stewart, Knt. — Cr.

Sixth son of the Rev. Thomas Addis, D.D., of Edin-
burgh, who d. 1899, by Robina Scott, who d. 1900,
2nd dau. of the late George Thorburn, Esq., of Leith ;
b. 1861 ; m. 1894 Elizabeth Jane, 2nd dau. of the
late James Mclsaac, Esq., of Saltcoats, Ayr. S
Charles Addis, who was educated at Edinburg
Academy, is one of H.M.'s Lieuts. for the City of
London ; a Director of the Bank of England, of the
British and Chinese Corporation and of the Chinese
Central Railways ; Manager of the Hong Kong and
Shanghai Bank, and British Censor of the Banque
d'Etat du Maroc. — Reform Club, s.w. ; 6a, Trimrose Hill
Eoad, EegeiU's Park, n.w. ; 9, Gracechurch Street, e.g.

ADDISON, the Right Hon. Christopher, M.D.,

Son of Robert Addison, Esq., of Hogsthorpe, Lincoln-
shire, by Susan, dau. of the late ; 6.1869; m.l902

Isobel, dau. of the late Archibald Gray, Esq. Mr.
Addison, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Harrogate,
and at St. Bartholomew's Hospital (M.R.C.S. and
L.R.C.P. 1891, M.B. and B.S. London Univ. 1892,
M.D. 1893, F.R.C.S. 1895), was formerly Professor
of Anatomy in Univ. Coll., Sheffield, Lecturer on
Anatomy at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, Editor of
the "Quarterly Medical Journal," Parliamentary

Secretary to the Board of Education 1914-15 and
to the Ministry of Munitions 1915-16, Minister of
Munitions Dec. 1916-1917; Minister without Portfolio,
in charge of Reconstruction, 1917-19, and President
of the Local Government Board 1919; appointed
Minister of Health, 1919 ; sat as M.P. for the Hoxton
Div. of Shoreditch, Jan., 1910-1918, and has sat for
Shoreditch since 1918; is Hunterian Professor and
Examiner in Anatomy in Cambridge and London
Univs., and the Author of many works on human
anatomy and physiology. — Northu-ood, Middlesex;
Reform Club, s.w.

ADDISON, John Joseph, Esq., of Banks
House, Cumberland.

Younger and only surviving son of Joseph Addison,
Esq., J.P., of Banks House, who d. 1889, by Margaret,
who d. 1887, dau. of the late Christopher Maling,
Esq., of Abbey Holme, Cumberland; b. 1863; m. 1895
Barbara (Beryl) Hewlett, who d. 1907, dau. of the
late William Wareham, Esq., and has had, with a
dau., Beryl Margaret, a son, John Gerald, 5th (Cum-
berland) Batt. Border Regt. and 99th Co. Machine
Gun Corps; b. 1897, and kiUed in action 1917. Mr.
Addison, who was educated at King's Coll. Schuol
audatBalliol Coll., Oxford, is a .LP. for Cumberland.
— Banks House, Low Row, Cumberland.

ADEANE, Charles Robert Whorwood, Esq.,
C.B., of Babraham Hall, Cambridgeshire.
Only son of Henry John Adeane, Esq., M.P., of Ba-
braham, Custos Rot. of the I. of Ely, who d. 1870, by
Lady Elizabeth Philippa, V.A. (who d. 1916, having »*.
2ndly 1877,ashis 2nd wife, Michael, 1st Lord Biddulpli),
eldest dau. of Charles Philip, 4th Earl of Hardwieke ;
b. 1863 ; m. 1888 Madeline Pamela Constance Blanche,
2nd dau. of the late Hon. Percy Scawen Wyndham,
of Clouds, Wiltshire, and has, with other issue, a son,
•Robert Philip Wyndham, b. 1005. Mr. Adeane, who
was educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch., Oxford, is H.M.'s
Lieut, for and Chairman of the Territorial Force
Association of Cambridgeshire and Hon. Col. and Hon.
Commandant Cambridgeshire Vol. Regt. ; late Lieut.
4th Batt. Suffijlk Regt.; has the Serbian Order of
St. Sava, 4th Class. — Babraham Hall, Cambridge ;
Brooks s, and Travellers' Clubs, s.w. ; Bachelors' Club,
w. ; 34, Cadogau Square, s.w.

ADEANE, Miss, of Llanfawr, Anglesey.

Jane Henrietta, 7th dau. of Henry John Adeane, Esq.,
M.P., of Babraham, Cambridgeshire, who d. 1847 (by
the Hon. Matilda Abigail, who d. 1850, 6th dau.
of John Thomas, 1st Lord Stanley of Alderley), and
niece of the Hon. William Owen .Stanley, of Llanfawr
and Penrhos, Anglesey, who d. 1884. — Llanfawr,

AD KINS, Sir (Willum) Rtland Dent, Knt.—
Cr. 1911.

Only surviving son of William Adkins, Esq., J.P., of
Springfield, Northampton, who d. 1886, by Harriet,
who d. 1901, youngest dau. of the late John Dent,
Esq., of The Manor House, Milton, Northamptonshire ;
b. 1862. Sir Ryland Adkins, who was educated at Mill
Hill School, at Univ. Coll., London (B.A. London Univ.
1882), and at Balliol Coll., Oxford, and called to the
Bar at the Inner Temple 1890, is a J.P. for North-
amptonshire and for Northampton, and V ice-Chairman
of the C.C, of the Executive Council of the C.C.
A.ssociation and of the T.F. Association of Northampton-
shire ; sat as M.P. for the Middleton Div. of S.E.
Lancashire, 1906-18, and has sat for Middleton and
Prestwich Div. of Lancashire since 1918; has been
\ Junior Counsel to the Post Office on the Midland




Circuit since 1908, and Eecordcr of Kottiiigham since
1911. — Milton Manor, Northampton ; Athenmiim, and
Reform Clubs, s.w. ; Bath Club, w. ; 6, Paper Buildings,
Temple, e.c.

ADLINGTON, of Holm-Hale Hall, Norfolk.
See Broi-e.

who d. 1852, dau. of the late Joseph Keed, Esq. ;
b. 1847 ; m. 1870 Agnes, dau. of the late Eobert Henty',
Esq., of Eothley Temple, Leicestershire, and has,
with other issue, a son,* Arthur Kirwan, temp.
Lieut. E.A.S.C; oduoatt-a at Brighton Coll.; h.


Agar was edui

near Lyminc/t,

190.5 Wi

cd al

Jlilbourne Eaynes. Mr.
ton CoW.—Milford House,

ADYE.^Major-Gen. Sir John, K.C.M.G., C.B. ^(j^r. g^^ KorManton. Earl of.

Elder son of Gen. Sir John Miller Adye, G.C.B., Col.
Commandant E.A., who d. 1900, by Mary Cordelia, who
d. 1912, eldest dau. of Adm. the Hon. Sir Montagn
Stopford, K.C.B. ; *. 1857 ; m. 1899 Clara Joan, oth dau.
of Samuel Charles Evans WiUiams, Esq., formerly of
Bryntirion, Eadnorshire. Sir John Adye, who was
educated at the R. Mil. Academy, Woolwich, is a Major-
Gen., late E.A. ; was A.D.C. to Viscount Wolseley in j
Egj'pt 1882 and 1884; Assistant Mil. Secretary to the
Governor of Gibraltar 1886-7; A.A.G. of Colonial
Forces in S. Africa 1899-1902 ; in command of E.A.
at Mauritius 1903; Col.-ou-the-Staff at Malta 1903-6;
a Gen. Staff Officer at the War Office 1 907-1 1 ; Major-
Gen, in charge of Administration, E. Command, 1912-
15; an Inspector-Gen. of Communications 1915-16
ami a D.A.G. 1916-18; appointed a Deputy Director
at the War Office 1918; has the Orders of the
Nile, 2nd Class, and the Medjidie, 5th Cl&as.— United
Service Club, s.w. ; 2 Crescent Mansions, Pelham
Crescent, s.w.

AFFLECK, Sir Robert, Bart., of Dalliam, Suf-
folk.— Cr. 1782.
Eldest son of Sir Robert Affleck, 6th Bart., of Dalham,
by Maria Emily, who d. 1902, eldest dau. of the late
Edmund Singer Burton, Esq., of Churchill House,
Northamptonshire; b. 1852; s. 1882; m. 1886 (mar-
riage dissolved 1915) Julia Georgina, 2nd dau. of John
Sampson Prince, Esq. Sir Robert Affleck, who was
educated at Eton and at St. John's Coll., Oxford, is a
J.P. and late D.L. and C.C. for Suffolk ; formerly
Lieut. W. Suffolk Militia.

Heir Pres., his brother John de Linden, educated at Wel-
lington OoU. ; b. 1860 ; m. 1895 Blanche ELiphemia, dau.
of Ale.'cander A. Robson, Esq., ot Sydney, N.S.W.

-t- AFFLECK, Sir James Oemiston, Knt.,
M.D., LL.D.— Cr. 191 L

B. 18—. Sir James Affleck, who was educated at
Edinburgh Univ. (M.B. and M.Gh. 1807, M.D. 1869,
Hon. LL.D. 1908, F.R.C.S. 1869, F.E.C.P. 1875), is
Consulting Physician to the R. Infirmary and to
the City Hospital, Edinburgh.— 38, Horiot Bow,

AGAR, Chakles Talbot, Esq., of Brockfield,

AGAR-ROBARTES. See Clifden, Viscount.

AGG, Mr.s., of Foscote House, Gloucestershire.
Eleanor Sara, only child of Col. John Pryce Harrison,
4th Batt. S. Wales Borderers, of Welshpool, who d.
1884, by Sarah Maria, who d. 1896, eldest dau. of the
late Francis Burton, Esq., M.D. ; m. 1899 Arthur
William Agg, Esq., late Lieut. 6th Batt. Worcestershire
Regt., of Foxcote House, a J.P. for Gloucestershire,
who d. 1916. — Fo.rra^c House, Andoversford B.S.O.,


of William Talbot Agar, Esq., J.P.,

Barrister-at-Law, of Brockfield, who d. 1910, by Eth

Headington, dau. of the late Clement Dale, Esq.,

of Bartley Lodge, Hampshire; b. 1872; m. 1907

Beatrice Sibyl, youngest dau. of the late Herbert Duke, A GLIONBT,

Esq., and has, with other issue, a son, *William ~~ ' "

Talbot, b. 1919. Mr. Agar, who was educated at

Westminster and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge, and

called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1909, is Lord of

the Manors of Bugthorpe, Holtby, and Stockton-

on-the-Forest. — Eesidenee: Cobham Court, Surrei/ ;

Isthmian Club, w.

AGG-GARDNER, Sir James Tynte, Knt.— Cr.

Eldest son of James Agg-Gardner, Esq., of Hadley
House, Cheltenham, who d. 1858, by Eulalie Emily,
who d. 1901, youngest dau. of the late William Richard
Hopkins-Northey, Esq., of Oving House, Buckingham-
shire ; h. 1846. Sir James Agg-Gardner, who was
J educated at Harrow and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge,
and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1873, is a
J.P. and C. Aid. for Gloucestershire and Lord of the
Manor of Cheltenham, of which he was Mayor 1908-9
and 1912-13; sat as M.P. for Cheltenham 1874-80,
188.5-95 and 1900-6, and has sat for that constituency
since 1911. — 5, Regent Street, Cheltenham; Carlton,
and Junior Carlton Clubs, s.w. ; Garrick Club, w-c.

AGLEN, Sir Francis Aethue, K.B.E.— Cr.
Only son of the Ven. AntTiony Stocker Aglen, D.D.,
M.A., Archdeacon of the United Diocese of St. Andrews,
Dunkeld and Dunblane, and Canon of Perth, who d.
1919, by Margaret Elizabeth, dau. of the late Stephen
Mackenzie, Esq., M.D. ; b. 1869; m. 1906 Senga Marion,
only dau. of Professor Isaac Bayley Balfour, M.D.,D.Sc.,
LL.D.,F.R.S., Professor of Botany at Edinburgh Univ.
Sir Francis Aglen, who was educated at Marlborough
and joined the Chinese Maritime Customs 1888, was
Commissioner Tientsin 1897, Nanking 1899-1900 and
1901-3, and Shanghai 1900-1; Chief Secretary,
Inspectorate-Gen., Pekin, 1903-4; Commissioner
Hankow 1906; Deputy Inspector-Gen. 1910, and
Officiating Inspector-Gen. 1910-11; appointed In-
spector-Gen. of the Chinese Maritime Customs 1911 ;
has the Chinese Orders of the Double Dragon, 2nd
Class, and Chia Ho, 1st Class, and the Japanese
Order of the Sacred Treasure, 1st Class. — Inspectorate-
General of Customs, Bekin, China; R. Societies' Club, s.w.

AGAR, Edward Laepent, Esq., of Milford
House, Hampshire.
Younger son of William Talbot Agar, Esq., of Milford
House, who d. 1906, by his 1st wife Leonora Matilda, |

Capt. Aethue Chaeles, of
StafEeld Hall, and Drawdykes, Cumber-
Only son of Col. Arthur Aglionby, C.B., J.P., late
33rd Foot, formerly of Staffield Hall and Drawdykes,
who d. 1911, by Elizabeth Aglionby, who d. 1885,
only child and heiress of the late Charles Fetherston-
haugh, E.sq., of Staffield Hall; b. 1872; s. by deed
of gift 1903; m. 1909 Joyce Williams Wyun, 6th
dau. of the late Joseph Godman, Esq., of Park Hatch,
Surrey, and has 2 daus. Capt. Aglionby, who was
educated at Harrow and at the E. Mil. Coll., Sand-
hurst, and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple




1905, was formerly Capt. 3rd Butt. Connaught
Rangers and 34th Batt. Imp. Yeo. in S. Africa, Dist.
Commissioner, Gold Coast, and Governor of H.M.'s
Prison, Exeter, and is Capt. Reserve of Officers, and
Patron of 1 living. — Residence : The Homestead,
Rosthem.c, Knutsford, Cheshire ; Carlton Cluh, s.w. ;
Junior Naval and Military Club, w.

AGNEW, Sir Andrew Noel, Bart., of Loch-
naw, Wigtownsliire.— Cr. 1629.
Eldest son of Sir Andrew Agnew, 8th Bart., by Lady
Mary Arabella Lonisa, who d. 1883, dan. of Charle.s,
1st Earl of Gainsborough; b. 1850; s. 1892; m.
1889 Gertrude, dau. of the late Hon. Gowran Cliarles
Vernon. Sir Andrew Agnew, who was educated at
Harrow and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (LL.B. 1871)
and called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1874, is a
J.P., D.L., and Vice-Lieut, of Wigtownshire, and was i
formerly Capt. 1st Ayrsliire and Galloway E.G.A. I » n -NTTmitr -nr a t t Am?
Vols., and M.P. for Edinburgh S. 1900-G.-Lochnaw AUJNJiW- W ALliAbJi.
Castle, Stranraer,N.B. ; Brooks's, and United University
Clubs, s.w.

A.GNEW, Lieufc.-Col. Gerald Andrew, of Easter
Warriston, Midlothian.
Seventh son of Sir Andrew Agnew, 7th Bart., of Loch-
naw, Wigtownshire, who d. 1849, by Madeline, who d.
1858, dau. of Sir David Carnegie, 4th Bart. ; b. 1835 ;
m. 1870 Margaret Cuninghame, only child of the late
William Bonar, Esq., of Easter Warriston, and has
issue » Eva Mary, m. 1906 Capt. Archibald Camp-
bell, Scottish Horse Yeo. (2nd son of the late
Archibald James Campbell, Esq., of Auchindarroeh,
Argyllshire), and has, with other issue, a son, » Gerald
Archibald, b. 1909. Lieut.-Col. Agnew is a Lieut.-
Col. ret.; late Deputy Assistant Adiutant^Gen. in
Ireland ; formerly Capt. 90th and 30th Regis.— Easter
Warriston House, Edinlmrgk.

AGNEW. See Vans Agnew.

Heir Pres., his brother Charles Hamlyn, a J.P. for Wig-
townshire, Major Reserve of Officers, and Major ret., late
4thHnssars ; 6.1859: m. 1897 Lilian Anne Wolfe(whom he
dtv. 1908), eldest dau. of Lieut.-Qen. Sir James Wolfe
Murray, K.C.B., of Cringletic, Peeblesshire, and of West-
shield, Lanarkshire, and has a son, 'Fulke, b. 1900.

AGNEW, Sir George Willum, Bart., of
Rougham Hall, Suffolk.— Cr. 1895.
Eldest son of Sir William Agnew, 1st Bart., by Mary,
who d. 1892, eldest dau. of the late George Pixton
Kenworthy, Esq., of Manchester, and Peel Hall, Lan-
cashire; b. 1852; s. 1910; m. 1878 Fanny, younger
dau. of the late John Stuart Bolton, Esq., of Oulton
Hall, Norfolk. Sir George Agnew, who was educated
at Rugby and at St. John's Coll., Cambridge (B.A.
1874,M.A. 1879), was formerly temp. Major 2nd Batt.
Suffolk A^ol. Eegt., is a Magistrate for Lancashire and
for Suffolk, Hon. Commandant 2nd V.B. Suffolk Regt.,
a Governor of Victoria Univ., Manchester, and sat as
M.P. for Salford (West) 1906-18.— Eougkam Hall,
Bury St. Edmunds ; Reform Cliib, s.w.

Heir, his son John Stuart, a J.P. for Suffolk, Capt. and temp.
Major Suffolk Yeo. and a Cavalier of the Italian Order
of tlie Crown; educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge;
b. 1879 ; m. 1910 Kathleen, 3rd dau. of the late Isaac
William Hewitt White, Esq., of West Lea, Yorkshire, and
has, with other issue, a son. * John Anthony Stuart, b. 1914.

AGNEW, Beatrice, Lady.

Dau. of Dr. Fawcus, Indian Medical Department ; m.
1884 Sir William Fischer Agnew, who was called to the
Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1870; was Recorder of Rangoon
1884, and who was or. Knt. 1899, and d. 1903.

AGNEW, Charles Morland, Esq., O.B.E., of
Durrants, Hertfordshire.

Second son of Sir William Agnew, 1st Bart., who d. 1910,
by Mary, who d. 1892, eldest dau. of the late George
Pixton Kenworthy, Esq., of Manchester and Peel Hall,
Lancashire ; b. 1855 ; m. 1881 Evelyn Mary, 3rd dau.
of William Naylor, Esq., of Paddington, and has, with
other issue, a son, * Charles Gerald, temp. Capt. Local
Eeserve Batt. Manchester Regt. ; educated at Trinity
Coll., Cambridge; b. 1882 ; m. 1906 Olive Mary, 2nd
dau. of the Rev. William Danks, Canon of Canter-
bury, and formerly Archdeacon of Richmond, York-
shire, and has a son, * Geoffrey William Gerard, b.
1908. Mr. Agnew was educated at Rugby and at
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1879, M.A. 1883).—
Durrants, Croxley Green, Hertfordshire; Devonshire
Clvb, S.W. ; if. Thanm Yaeht Club, w.

AIKEN. See Chetwood-Aiken.


AIKINS, Sir James Albert Manning,
K.C.— Cr. 1914.
Son of the late Hon. James Cox Aikins, formerly
Lieut.-Governor of Manitoba, by Mary E. J., dau. of the
late — Somerset, Esq. ; *. 1851 ; m. 1st 1884 Mary B.
McLelan; 2ndly 1899 Mary French, dau. of William B.
Colby, Esq., of Stanstead, Quebec. Sir James Aikins,
who was educated at Upper Canada Coll. and at
Toronto Univ. (B.A. 1875), called to the Bar of
Ontario 1878 and of Manitoba 1879 and appointed a
Q.C. 1884, was Counsel for the Canadian Pacific
Railway Co. in W. Canada 1881-1911 and a Member
of the Dominion Parliament 1911-15; has been Presi-
dent of the Canadian Bar Association since 1914;
appointed Lieut.-Governor of Manitoba 1916; is Hon.
Lieut.-Col. 90th Regt. Winnipeg Rifles. — Government
Hovse, Winnipeg, Canada; Maimoba, and St. Charles
Country Clubs, Winnipeg ; Bideau Club, Ottawa ; York
Club, Toronto,


Catherine Maud, dau. of William Thomas Richards,
Esq., of Burton-on-Trent ; in. 1916, as his 2nd wife.
Sir Robert Smith Aikman,LL.D., who wasinthelndian
Civil Service 1865-1909, Acting Judge of the High
Court, North-Western Provinces of India, 1892 and
1894-6, and a Puisne Judge there 1896-1909, and
who was cr. Knt. 1910 and d. 1917.— 100, Sutton
Court, Sutton Court Road, Chiswici, w.

AIKMAN, Major Hugh Harry ROBERTSON-,
of New Parks, and Dunton Bassett,
Second son of Hugh Henry Robertson-Aikman, Esq., of
The Ross and Broomelton, Lanarkshire, who d. 1882,
by Mary Joyce, only child and heiress of the late Thomas
Stokes, Esq., of New Parks; b. 1866; s. his mother
1887; m. 1895 Ethel Blanche, 4th dau. of the late
George Whitehead, Esq., of Deighton Grove, York-
shire, and has, with other issue, a son, * Thomas
Frederick Duncan, Lieut, ret., late R.A.F. ; b. 1895;

m. 19— — — , dau. of , and has a dau. Major

Robertson-Aikman, who was educated at Eton, is a
J.P. and C.C. for Leicestershire, an Hon. Major in the
Army, Major late 4th Batt. Highland L.I., previously
Capt. 1st R. Dragoons, and Lord of the Manor
of Dunton Bassett ; was a Deputy Assistant Director
of Remounts 1918. — Dunton Bassett, Lutterworth;
Cavalry Club, w.; Army and Navy Club, s.w.




ATKMAN, Col. Thomas Stokes George Hugh
ROBERTSON-, of The Ross, and
Broomelton, Lanarkshire ; and of Grand-
borough Manor, Warwickshire.
Eldest son of Hugh Henry Eobertson-Aikman, Esq.,
of The Eoss, and Broomelton, who d. 1882, by Mary
Joyce, who d. 1887, only child and heiress of the late
Thomas Stokes, Esq., of New Parks, Leicestershire ;
i. 1860; m. 1899 Constance Henrietta, only dau. of
the late Capt. J. A. Middleton, Kilmaron Castle,
Fife, and has, with other issue, a son, * William
Hamilton, b. 1902. Col. Robertson-Aikman, who was
educated at Eton and at B.N.C., Oxford, is a J.P. and
D.L. for Lanarkshire, an Hon. Lieut.-Col. in the Army,
Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. ret., late Comm. 4th Batt.
Highland L.I. and Lieut.-Col. T.F. Reserve, Comm.
R. Defence Corps No. 1 Dist. — The Boss, Hamilton,
N.B. ; Tor Dale, Matlock.

AILESBURY, Marqnis of (George William
James ChandosBeudenell-Bruce, D.S.O.).
—Or. 1821.

Only son of Henry August

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