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Beatrice, younger dau. of the late Capt. J. Hudson, R.N.
Major Bulkeley is a Magistrate for Berkshire, Capt.
and Hon. Major late 4th Batt. P. of Wales's W. York-
shire Regt., and temp. Lieut.-Col. in the Army. — j
Linden Hill, Twyford, Berkshire. '

Shropshire. See Jacson.


BULL, the Right Hon. Sir William (James),

I Knt.-Cr. 1905.

Second son of Henry Bull, Esq., sometime of the India
Board of Control, Solicitor, who d. 1878, by Cecilia
Ann, who (/. 1898, 3rd dau. of the Late James Peter
Howard, Esq., of Whiteheads Wood Park, Hampshire ;
b. 1863 ; m. 1904 Lilian. 2ud dau. of the late Gabriel
Samuel Brandon, Esq., of Oakbrook, Raveuscourt
Park, and of Heene, Worthing. Sir William Bull,
who was educated at St. Mary's .\cademy, and admitted
a Solicitor 1889, is Hon. Solicitor to, and Vice-Presi-
dent of the R. Life Saving Society, Registrar of the
Imperial Society of Knights, Chairman of the Petitions
Committee, House of Commons, and of the Seaside
Convalescent Hospital, Seaford, a Member of the
Board of Trade Rubber and Tin Exports Committee,
a Trustee and Member of the Committee of the R.
Humane Society, and Hon. Commandant 20th Batt.
Co. of London Vol. Regt., represented Hammersmith
on the London C.C. 1892-1901, and has been Private
Parliamentary Secretary to the Right Hon. Walter
Long, M.P., since 1901 ; sat as M.P. for Hammer-
smith 1900-18, and has sat for Hammersmith S. since
1918. — Car linn, and St. Stephen's Clubs, s.w. ; Consti-
tutional Club, w.c. ; Junior Constitutional Club, w. ;
The Meadows, 474, Uxbridge Road, -w.

BULLEN, Col. John Bollen SYMES-, of
Catherston, andMarshwood Manor, Dorset-

Son ofthelate WyattSymes.Esq., by Eliza Fitzherbert,
dau. of the late WiUiam Fitzherbert BuUen, Esq. ; b.
1847 ; s. his cousin Capt. John Bullen Tatchell TatcheU-
BuUen, J.P., late Dorsetshire Militia, at Marshwood
Manor, 1910; m. 1st 1884 Blanche Mary Townend,
who f/. 1886, younger dau. of the late William Hall,
Esq., J.P., of Syndale, Kent; 2ndly 1891 Frances
Mary, eldest dau. of the late Samuel Peiry, Esq., J.P.
and D.L., of WoodroofF, co. Tipperary, and has, with
other issue, * Henry Symes, h. 1893. Col. Symes-
Bullen, who assumed the additional surname of Bullen
by royal license 1868, underthe willof his great-uccle,
John Bullen, Esq., of Marshwood Manor, who d. 1853,
is a J.P. and D.L. for Dorsetshire (High Sheriff 1902).
Col. ret. late Comm. 15th Hussars, Lord of the Manor
of Marshwood, Lord Paramount of the Hundred of
Whitchurch Canonicorum, and Patron of 1 living. —
Catherston, Catherston-Leweston, Charmouth, Dorset-
shire; Army and Navy Club, s.w. ; Bath Club. w.

BULLER, Lady Audrey Jane Charlotte.

Youngest dau. of John, 4th Marquis Townshend, who
d. 1863, by Elizabeth Jane, who d. 1877, elder dau.
of the late Rear-Adm. Lord George Stuart, C.B. ; m.
1st 1873 the Hon. Greville Theophilus Howard, who
d. 1880; 2ndly 1882 Gen. the Bight Hon. Sir Redvers
Henry Buller, V.C, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., of Downes,
Devonshire, a J.P. and D.L. for Devonshire, a Gen. ret..
Col. Commandant 1st Batt. King's R. Rifle Corps, and
Hon. Col. Ist Vol. Batt. Devonshire Regt., who was
A.D.C. to Queen Victoria 1879-84, Under-Secretary
for Ireland 1886-7, Quartermaster-Gen. to the Forces
1887-90, Adjutant-Gen. 1890-7, in command of the
troops at Aldershot 1898-9, Commander-in-Chief of
the Forces in S. Africa 1899, and in command of the
troops in Natal 1899-1900 and of the 1st .\rmy Corps
1901, who had the Order of the Osmanieh, 3rd Class,
and who was cr. K.C.M.G. 1882, K.C.B. 1885, G.C.B.
1894, G.C.M.G. 1900, and d.s.p.m. 1908.— Newton
House, Newton St. Cyres, Exeter.





BULLER, Sir Mervto Edward MANNING-
HAM-, Bart.— Cr. 1866.

Only son of Major-Gen. Edmund Manniugliam
Manningham-Buller, late Kifle Brisade, who d. 1897,
by Lady Anne, who d. 1876, 2nd dan. of Thomas
William, 2nd Earl of Leicester ; b. 1876 ; «. his nncle
Sir Morton Edward Manningham-Buller, 2nd Bart.,
1910 ; m. 1903 the Hon. Lilah Constance Cavendish,
elder dau. of Charles Compton William, 3rd Lord
Chesham. Sir Mervyn Manningham-Buller, who was
educated at Eton and at the E. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst,
and was formerly Capt. Rifle Brigade, Major 21st
Batt. Imp. Yeo. in S. Africa, and Capt. Northampton-
shire Yeo., is Capt. Reserve of Officers and an Hon.
lAeut.-Col. in the Army; commanded 12th (Service)
Batt. Rifle Brigade, with the temp, rank of Lieut.-
Col., 1914-16. — Residence: Bromkill Sj>rattoii,Nori/i-
ampionshire ; Marlborough, and Brooks's Clubs, s.w.
Heir, his sou Reginald Edward, b. 19U5.

Dilhome Hall, Staffordshire.
Eldest dau. of William Davenport Esq., D.L., of
Maer Hall, Staffordshire, who d. 1869, by Marianne,
only dau. of the late J. Wood, Esq., of Brownhills,
Staffordshire; m. 1863 Sir Morton Edward Manning-
ham-Buller, 2nd Bart., of Dilhorne Hall, who d. 1910.

BULLER, of Morval. See Tremaync.
BULLER. See Charston, Lord.


See Elphinstone, Lord.

BULLOCK, Lieut.-Gen. Sir George Mack-
woKTH, K.C.B.— Cr. 1911.

Youngest sou of Thomas Henry Bullock, Esq., Deputy
. Commissioner, Berar, India, who d. 1 869, by Juliana
Susanna, who d. 1866, eldest dau. of the late Rev.
Jonas Dennis, B.C.L., Prebendary of Exeter, of Polsloe
Park, Devonshire; /'. 1851; m. 1884 Amy Isabel,
O.B.E., 2nd dau. of the late Col. James Thomson,
D.L., Tower Hamlets Vols. Sir George Bullock, who
was educated at Cheltenham, at Univ. CoU., Oxford,
and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is a Lieut.-Gen.
ret., late Devonshire Regt., of which he is Col., and
was Brigade-Major at Shorneliffe 1882-7, D.A.A.G.
Bengal 1889-94, A.A.G. in Egypt 1902-3, Chief Staff
Officer there 1903-4, Brigadier-Gen. in command of
the Garrison of Alexandria 1904-5, Major-Gen. in
command of the troops in Egypt 1905-8, and of the
W.Riding Territorial Div., N. Command, 1910-11, and
Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Bermuda 191-2-
' \-j.^ Junior United Service Club. s.w.

BULLER, Emilt Mart, Lady, of Erie Hall, ^^^^^^^ s.e Tro^te-Bullock
Dau. of the late Henry Tritton, Esq., of Beddington,
Surrey; m. 1870 Adm. Sir Alexander BuUer, of
Erie Hall, who was a Magistrate for Devon, and
A D C to Queen Victoria ; who commanded on the China
Station 1896-8, and who was cr. K.C.B. 1896, G.C.B.
1902, and d. 1903, leaving, with other issue, a son.
♦Henrv Tritton, C.B., M.V.O., Capt. R.N. ; *. 1873 ;
m. 1919 Lady Hermione Moray Stuart, only dau. of
Morton Gray, 17th Earl oiUoTay.— Erie Hall, Plprip-
ton ; Belmore House, Cowes.

BULLER, Charles William DUNBAR-, Esq., |

of Wobum, CO. Down ; and of Tofts Monks,

Eldest son of the late Rev. William BuUer, of
Trenant, and Pelynt, Cornwall, Rector of Hemington,
Somerset, by his 2nd wife Eleanor, dau. of the late Rev. \
William Coney; b. 1847; ra. 1890 Georgiana Anne
Elizabeth, of Woburn, and of Tofts Monks, only surviv-
ing child of thelate George Dunbar, Esq., J.P. and D.L., BULLOUGH, Capt. JoHN, M.C., of Meggernie
' " '" ' " ' " "'" Castle, Perthshire.

BULLOUGH, Sir George, Bart., F.Z.S., of
Kiuloch Castle, Argyllshire ; and of The
Down House, Redmarley, Worcestershire.
— Cr. 1916.

Elder son of John BuUough, Esq., of Meggernie Castle,
Perthshire, who d. 1891, by his 1st wife Berthe, dau.
of Eduard Emile Schmedlin, Esq., of Thun, Switzerland;
b. 1870; m. 1903 Monica Lilly, eldest dau. of the late
Gerard Gustavus Ducarel, 4th Marquis de la Pasture,
and has a dau., Hermione. Sir George BuUough. who
was educated at Harrow, and was formerly Capt. Scot-
tish Horse Yeo., and Superintendent, Remount Depot,
with the temp, rank of Major, 1914-15, is Proprietor
of the Island of Rhum.—ffin/ocACasi^f, Isle of Rhum,
by Oban, N.B. ; The Down House, Bedmarley, Worces-
tershire ; Carlton, Pratt's, White's, and Orleans Chtbs,
s.w. ; Cleveland House, St. James's Square, s.w.

sometime M.P. for Belfast, sister and heiress of the late
Capt. John George H. W. Dunbar, 1st Life Guards, and
granddau. of the late Right Hon. Lord George Thomas
De La Poer Beresford. Mr. Dunbar-Buller, who was
educated at Eton and at Ch. Ch., Oxford, and was after-
wards Fellow of All Souls' Coll., is a D.L. for Norfolk,
a J.P. and D.L. for co. Down (High Sheriff 1894), and
Patron of 1 living ; assumed by royal license the
surname of Dunbar before that of Buller. — Woburn,
Sonaghadee, co. Down ; Trevissome, Flushing, Cornwall ;
Brooks's Club, s.w.; St. James's Club, w. ; 15, Upper
Grosvenor Street, w.

Younger son of John BuUough, Esq., of Meggernie
Castle, who d. 1891, by his 2nd wife Alexandra Marion
(who m. 2ndly 1892 Lieut.-Col. John Robert Beech,
C.M.G., D.S.O., Scottish Horse Yeo., previously Capt.
20th Hussars, who d. 1915), dau. of the late Kenneth
Mackenzie, Esq., of Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Ross-
shire ; h. 1886 ; m. 1st 1909 Maudi Darrell, who :i. 1910 ;
2ndly 1911 Miss Lily Elsie. Capt. BuUough, who was
formerly Lieut, (on probation) Coldstream Guards, and
Major Scottish Horse Yeo., is Capt. Coldstream Guards
Special Reserve, and Acting Major Coldstream Guards.
—Meggernie Castle, Olenlyon, Perthshire; Guards'
Club, s.w.

BULLER, Capt. Mowbray Louis, M.C, of
Downes, Devonshire. [

Eldest so_n^ofArthu_r Tremayne M^^^^^^ Esq.,^J.P.,^of i g^j^rpj,^,-,^^ j^^^^^ GeORGB, Esq., of Pamflete,


Downes, who d. 1917, by Elinor Louisa, younger dau.
of the late Francis Leyborne-Popham, Esq., J.P. and
D.L., of Littlecote, Wiltshire ; b. 1892. Capt. BuUer,
who was educated at Harrow .and at Trinity CoU.,
Cambridge (B.A. 1915), is Capt. King's R. Rifle Corps,
Lord of the Manor of Crediton, and Patron of 3
livings. — Downes, Creditou, Devonshire; Bath Club,'
w. ; Brooks's Club, S.W. '


Eldest son of John Bulteel, Esq., of Pamflete, who
d. 1897, by Euphemia Emily, who d. 1914, dau. of
the late Lieut.-Col. Parsons; h. 1856; m. 1st 1889
Mariquita Masini, who d. 1895. 2nd dau. of the late
Pascoe Du Vrk Grenfell, Esq., of Wilton Park, Bucks ;
2ndly 1897 Mary Sophia, 3rd dau. of the late Henry



. Strieklaud-Constablo, Esq., of Wassand Hall, York-
shire, aud has, irith other issue, a son, * John Crocker, I
D.S.O.,M.C., Capt. R. Bucks Hussars Yeo.; A. 1890.—
Pamflete, Holbeion, Ptt/mouth. Residence : Itoscnicad,
Old Windsor, Berks. !

BULVVER, Mrs., of Heydon Hall, Norfolk.

Lilian Mary, eldest dau. of William Wilson Petrie,
Ksq., of Bois Hall, Addlestoue, Surrey, by Mary,
who d. 1914, dau. of the late William Ravenscoff,
Esq., of Liscard, Cheshire; ?«. 1910 William Bering
Earle Bulwer, Esq., of Heydon Hall, a J.P. for
Norfolk, who d. 191d, aud has 3 daus. Mrs. Bulwer is
Patron of 2 livings. — Residence : Heydon, Norwich.


William Heni!'


Wentworih, Baroness.

See Lytton, Earl,

BUNDET, the Hon. Sir
Knt., K.C.— Cr. 1904.

Second son of James Bundey, Esq., of Basliley Manor,
Hampshire, who d. 1849, by Harriett, who d. 1872,'
dau. of the late James Gower Lockyer, Esq., of Exbury'
Hampshire; b. 1838; m. 1865 Ellen Wardraw, 2nd
dau. of the late Hon. Sir William Milne, President of
the Legislative Council of South Australia. Educated
at Botley, Hampshire ; called to the Bar in South
Australia 1865; became a Q.C. 1878; was First
Minister of Justice and Education in South Australia
1874-5; Attorney-Gen. 1878-81, a Judge of the
Supreme Court 1884-1903, and First President of the
Board of Conciliation ; previously a Capt. of Volun-
teers. — ZepA^rsirfe, Moltsworth Street West, North
Adelaide, South Australia ; Adelaide Club, Adelaide.

BUNTEN, of Dunalastair

dc Sales La Terriire.

BUNBURT, Sir Henry Charles John, Bart,
of Stanney, Cbeshire.— Or. 1681.
Eldest son of Col. Henry William St. Pierre Bunbury, j BUNTINP LarJv
C.B., of Abergwynant, N. Wales, who d. 1875, by Cecelia I m-ivit TT-coi-t o■nr^ A.1,
Margaret, who (i. 1896, younger dau. of the late Gen.
Sir George Thomas Napier, K.C.B.; b. 1855; s. his
uncle Sir Edward Herbert Bunbury, 9th Bart., 1895 ;
m. 1884 Laura, 3rd dau. of the late Gen. Thomas
Wood, of Littleton, Middlesex, and of Gwernyfed,
Breconshire. Sir Henry Bunbury, who was educated

Perthshire. See

Mary Hyett, 2nd dau. of the late John Lidgett, Esq.,
of Tunbridge Wells; m. 1869 Sir Percy William
Bunting, a B.arrister-at-Law, who was Editor of the
' Contemporary Review ' 1882-1911, and who was cr.
Knt. 1908 and d. 1911.— 9, Torrituftoii Place, w.c.

at Magdalene Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1880), and was BURBIDGB S
formerly in the R.N., is a J.P. and D.L. for Suffolk

(High Sheriff 1908), temp. Capt. (2nd in Command)
■ 2nd Batt, Suffolk Vol, Regt., and Patron of 2 livings.
— Residence: Manor House, Mildenhall.

Ileir, liis son rbarles- Henry Napier, Lieut. Coldstream
Guards, Special Reserve : late Lieut. R. Wiltshire Yeo. ;
educated at Etnu and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge ; 6. 1886 ;
m. 1914 Katherioe, youngest dau. of the late Herbert Edgar
Rcid, Esq., of The' Oaks, Walton Heatli, Surrey, and has,
with other issue, a sou, • John William Napier, h. 1915.

BUNBURY, Sir Mervyn William RICHARD-
SON,, Bart.— Cr. 1787.

Only surviving son of Mervyn Matthew Richardson.
Bunbury, Esq., who d. 1889, by Eliza Mary, 3rd dau.
of William Thorn, Esq., M.D. ; b. 1874 ; s. his grand-
father the Rev. Sir John Richardson-Bunbury, 3rd
Bart., 1909.

Heir Pies., his cousin Mervyn Oorry, eldest son of William
Richardson-Bunbury, Esq. (2nd son of the 2nd Bart.), who
d. 1877, by Amelia Georgina, who d. 1910, dau. of the late
Lieut.-Ool. MoUoy. formerly RiUe Brigade ; b. 1868.

BUNBURY, Major-Gen. Sir Herbert Napier,
K.C.B.— Cr. 1911. I

Youngest son of Capt. Richard Hanmer Bunbury, R.N., '
who d. 1857, by Sarah Susanna, who d. 1897, dau. of
the late Robert Clement Sconce, Esq.; b. 1851 ; m. <
1878 Mary Louisa, eldest dau. of the late Major |
Donald Patrick Campbell, of Balliveolan, Argyllshire. ]
Sir Herbert Bunbury, who was educated at Marlborough,
is a Major-Gen. ret., late Army Service Corps and R.A., |
and a Commissioner of Chelsea Hospital, and was I
Assistant Adjutant-Gen. Cork 1901-2, Director ofj
Transport 3rd Array Corps 1902-3, and of •Supplies
and Transport 3rd Army Corps and Irish Command
1903-5, in command of Administration Gibraltar
1906-7, and Major-Gen. in charge of Administration!
Irish Command \QQ'-\l.— United Service CfoA, s.w. ; j
85, St. George's Road, s.w.

BUNBURY. See Rathdonnell.


BUND. See Willis-Bund.

Richard Woodman, Bart.,
C.B.E., formerly of Littleton Park, Mid-
dlesex.— Cr. 1916.

Elder son of Sir Richard Burbidge, 1st Bart., by his
1st wife Emily, who rf. 190.i. vonnrrr.^t dau. of the late
Jeremiah Woodman, E.sq., of M. Iksliim. Wiltshire- b.
1872; 5.1917; m. 1896 .1, mim;. Cii hninc, dau." of
Henry Grant, Esq., of Sodbury IbiUsr, I'lacton. Sir
Richard Burbidge is Managing- Director of Harrod's
Ltd., Brompton, and Buenos Aires, and Cliairman of
Dickins & Jones htA..— Devonshire, and R. Automohilr
Clubs, s.w.; 51, Hans Mansions, s.w.
JJeir, 1

BURBIDGE, Lilian, Lady.

Youngest dau. of the late John Ambrose Preece, Esq.,
of Bartestree Court, Herefordshire ; m. 1910, as his 2nd
wife. Sir Richard Burbidge, 1st Bart., who rf. 1917.—
51, Hans Mansions, s.w.



BURDETT, Sir Francis, Bart., of Foremarke
Hall, Derbyshire ; and of Ramsbnry
Manor, Wilts.— Cr. 1618-9.
Only son of Sir Francis Burdett, 7fh Bart., by his 2nd
wife Mary Dorothy, who d. 1908, younger dau. of
the late John Smyth, Esq., of Cleatlam, co. Durham ;
b. 1869 ;s. 1892 ; -m. 1908 Frances Elphinstone, dau. of

the late Thompson Boyd, Esq., and widow of

Boyd, Esq. Sir Francis Burdett, who was educated

at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge, is a J.P. and

D.L. for Derbyshire (High Sheriff 1909), a J.P. for

Wilts (was on the roll for High Slieriff for 1908), Capt.

Reserve of Officers, and Patron of 6 livings ; late Lieut.

17th Lancers. — Foremarke Hall, Derbyshire; Ramsbnry

Maiior, Wiltshire ; Naval and Military, and Cavalry

Clubs, w.; Carlton, and Army and Navy Clubs, s.w.

Heir Pre^., his cousin William Jones, elder son of William

Jones Biu-dett, Esq., who d. 1858, by Caroline Julia, who d,

1884, dau. of the late Capt. Joseph Keynoe ; b. 1853.




BURDETT, Sir Charles Geant, Bart.— Cr, |

Only sou of Sir Charles Wentworth Burdett, 7th
Bart., by Grace, dau. of the Kev. A. Grant, of Napier,
New Zealand ; b. 1877; s. 1892; m. 1 — Annie, dau. I
of Robert Hay, Esq., of Duuedin, New Zealand. — i
Eltham, TaranaM, New Zealand. j

Heir, his son Charles Coventry, b. 1902. j

BURDETT, Sir Hknet Charles, K.C.B.,
K.C.V.O.— Cr. K.C.B. 1897, K.C.V.O.

Son of the late Rev. Halford Robert Burdett, M.A. \
Cantab., of Gilmorton, Leicestershire, by Alsina, dau.
of the late F. Brailsford, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Bark-
■with and Toft Grange, Lincolnshire; b. 1847; m. 1875 i
Helen, who d. 1919, dau. of the late Gay Shute, Esq.,
F.R.C.S., and has had, with other issue, Halford Gay
(eldest son), Capt. 2nd Co. of London (Westminster
Dragoons) Yeo. ; called to the Bar at the Inner Temple
1899 ; b. 1878 ; m. 1902 Lena, dau. of the late H. W. ;
Jewesbury, Esq., and d. 1916, leaving 3 sons. Sir 1
Henry Burdett is an Author and Statist, an authority
on ail hospital questions. Editor of ' The Hospital,' 1
and Author of Burdett's ' Official Intelligence,' ' Hos- 1
pitals and Charities,' and ' Hospitals and Asylums of
the World,' and was Secretary of the Share and Loan j
Department of the Stock Exchange 1880-98.— i»/arf- !
borough, Boehampion, and Banclagh Clubs, s.w. ; The I
Lodge, 1 3, Forchester Square, w. I

BURDETT, Arthde St. Geokge, Esq., of Cool-
fin, King's Co. ; and of Ballymany, co.
Kildare. !

Only son of Arthur Florian Hugo Burdett, Esq., J.P., of j

Coolfin, and of Ballymany, who d. 1917, by Henrietta j

Maude, joungest dan. of the late Robert St. George, j

Esq., of Ivy Lodge, Ballinasloe; b. 1895; educated'

at Eton; is temp. Lieut. R.A.S.C., previously 6th (Ser-
vice) Batt. Leinster Regt. — Coolfin, near Banagher, ,

King's Co.

BURDETT-COUTTS, William Lehman Ash-'buRDON, William Wharton, Esq., of

who d. 1876, .Srd dau. of Thomas Thompson, Esq.;
b. 1860 ; m. 1892 Mildred, 4th dau. of Herbert George
Yatman, Esq., of Fernden, Haslemere, and has, with 2
other sons, * Cotsford Carlton, Lieut. King's R. Rifle
Corps; b. 1893. Mr. Burdon, who was educated at
Charterhouse and at New Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1881),
is Lord of the Manor of Hesledon. — Residence : Park-
hurst, Woodbtiry Orari, New Zealand.

BURDON, Mrs., of New Court, Herefordshire.
Frances Jane, only child of Richard John Griffiths.
Esq., of New Court, who d. 1894, by Harriet Anne Isa-
bella, -who d. 1907, only dau. of the late Fowler Price,
Esq., of Tyn-y-Coed, Breeonshire, and of Huntington
Court, Herefordshire; m. 1869 George, who rf. 1897,
eldest son of the late George Burdon, Esq., of Heddon
House, Northumberland, and has, with other issue,
a son, *Edward Griffiths George, O.B.E., temp. Major
in the Army and Major late 3rd Batt. Northumberland
Fusiliers ; h. 1872. — New Court, Lugivardine, Hereford.

BURDON, Col. Rowland, C.B.E., of Castle
Eden, co. Durham.
Eldest son of the Rev. John Burdon, of Castle Eden,
who d. 1893, by Elizabeth Anne, who d. 1878, only
dau. ofthe late Henry Hale, Esq.; 6. 1857; OT.1887Mary
Arundell, 2nd dau. of the late Wyndham Slade, Esq., of
Montys Court, Somerset, and has had, with 3 daus., a
son, Rowland, temp. Capt. Gen. List, New Armies,
and Flight Commander, Mil. Wing, R. Flying Corps ;
b. 1893, and accidentally killed whilst on duty, 1917.
Col. Burdon, who was educated at Repton and at
Univ. Coll., Oxford, is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Durham
(High Sheriff 1907), Hon. Col. 5th Batt., and
Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. late Comm. 1st Vol. Batt.
Durham L.I., V.D., Hon. Commandant Durham Vol.
Regt., Lord of the Manors of Little Eden, Horden, and
Castle Eden, and Patron of 2 livings ; was temp.
Lieut.-Col. and Co. Commandant Durham Vol. Regt.
1917; elected M.P. for the Sedgefield Div. of co.
Durham 1918. — Castle Eden, co. Durham; Arthur's,
and Junior Carlton Clubs, s.w.

MEAD Baetlett, Esq., F.Z.S., of Holly

Lodge, Middlesex ; and of High Canons,

Second son of Ellis Bartlett, Esq., of Plymouth,
Massachusetts, U.S.A., who d. 1852, by Sophia (Ash-
mead-Bartlett), who d. 1896, dau. of the late John
King Ashmead, Esq., of Philadelphia, U.S.A.; A. 1851 ;
m. 1881 Angela Georgina, 1st and only Baroness
Burdett-Coutts (cr. 1871), of Holly Lodge, a Lady of
Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, who had
the Turkish Orders of the Chafakat and Medjidie,
Ist Class, with Star, and who d.s.p. 1906. Mr.
Burdett>Coutts, who was educated at Torquay, at
Cholmeley School, Highgate, and at Keble Coll.,
Oxford (B.A. 1875, M.A. 1880), and assumed his
present surname by royal license 1881, was Special j

Commissioner to Turkey in the Russo-Turkish War [ BURDON-SANDERSON. See Samler.'ion .
1887, and ' Times Correspondent (on Hospitals) in |

the S. African War 1900, and is a Governor of Christ's [ „ ^^^ ^ . T,Tr,r^rr-r^
Hospital and Patron of 2 livings; sat as M.P. for { BURPORD- HANCOCK. See Hancock.
Westminster 1885-1918, and has sat for the Abbey
Div. of Westminster since 1918 ; has the Order of
the Medjidie, 2nd Class, with Star. — Hol.li/ Lodge,
Highgate, N.W.; Carlton. Club, s.w. ; 1,' Stration
Street, W.

Hartford House, and Wooperton,

Only son of Major Augustus Edward Burdon, J.P.,
late Northumberland Hussars Imp. Yeo., of Hartford
House and Wooperton, who rf. 1908, by Alice Gertrude,
Srd dau. of the late Major Thomas Pakenham Vandeleur,
of Bellefield, co. Limerick; b. 1889; m. 1912 Vida
Williamson, Srd dau. of John Coppin Straker, Esq., of
Stagshaw House, Northumberland, and has, with other
issue, a son, *William Vandeleur, h. 1915. Mr.
Burdon, who was educated at Eton and at Trinity
Coll., Cambridge, is Capt. Northumberland Hussars
Yeo.— Hartford House, Bedlington B.S.O., North-
umberland; Wooperton, Wooperton ^.S.O., Northumber-

BURDON, CoTSPOED Mathews, Esq., of Monk
Hesledon, co. Durham.
Second son of Cotsford Burdon, Esq., of Hesledon,
who (/. 1900, by Eleanor Margaret Jane Pemberton,

BURGE, Sir Charles Heney, Knt., F.I.C.—
Cr. 1918.

Sonof the late John Burge, Esq., ofDevon; b. 1846 ; m.
1870 Amelia, dau. of the late Joseph Woodcock, Esq.
Sir Charles Burge, who was educated at Crediton
Grammar School, by private tuition and at the R. Coll.
of Chemistry, was formerly Deputy Principal of the
Government Laboratory and is a J.P. and C.C. for
Surrey ; a J.P. for and an Aid. of Kingston-on-Thames




iJIayor 1912-lf)), and Cliairmau of Various War
Committees, of theXocal Food Committee and of the
Elcm. Education Committee. — 20, Crescent Road,

BURGES, George Herbbet, Esq., of Haw-
thorndale, Berkshire.
Only son of George Burges, Esq., of Hawthorndale,
%7ho rf. 1884, by Susanna Mary (who d. 1912, having
»i. 2ndlyl892 John Henville Hulbert, Esq., who d.
1908), dau. of the late William Brown, Esq., of Wilt- i
shire; b. 1863; m. 1898 Alice Rose, dau. of the late'
George Rodie Thompson, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of

Lynwood, Berks, and has, with other issue, a son,

, b. 1904. Mr. Burges was educated at Win-
chester and at Merton Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1887).—
Hawthorndah, near Brach-nell, Berks ; Oxford and \
C'atnbridge, and Wellington Clubs, s.w.

BURGES, Yntu Alfred, Esq., of Parkanaur,
CO. Tyrone.

Eldest son of Ynyr Richard Patrick Burges, Esq., Capt.
Mid Ulster R.G.A. Militia, who d. 1905, by Frederica
Florence Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the late Alfred
Gillelt, Esq. ; h. 1900 ; s. his grandfather Col. Ynyr
Henry Burges, J.P. and D.L., late Mid Ulster Brigade
N. Irish Div. R.A., 1908.— Parkanaur, Castle Caulfeild,
CO. Tyrone.

BURGH, Lord (Alexander Henry Leith).
— Cr. 1529.

Elder and only surviving son of Gen. Robert William
Disney Leith, C.B., of Glenkindie, and of Westlmll,
Aberdeenshire, who d. 1 892, by Mary Charlotte Julia,
only child of Sir Henry Percy Gordon, 2nd Bart, {ext.),
of Knockespoek, Aberdeenshire, and of Northcourt,
Isle of Wight; b. 1866; s. bis cousin Miss Georgina
Leith at Freefield 1907; m. 1st 1893 Mildred
Katherine, who d. 1894, dau. of the late Major-Gen

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