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Stuart James Nicholson, O.B. ; 2ndly 1902 Phyllis,
youngest dau. of Col. Mark Henry George Goldie, ret.,
R.E. Lord Burgh.who was educated at the R. Mil. Coll.,
Sandhurst, and proved his claim to be senior co-heir
to the Baronies of Cobham and de Strabolgi 1914,
was formerly Lieut. Welsh Regt., and is a J.P.
and D.L. for Aberdeenshire, and for the Isle of
Wight, and Lieut.-Col. ret., late Coram. 3rd Batt. Gordon
Highlanders. This Barony fell into abeyance on the
death's./j.TO. of Robert (Burgh), 4th Lord, about 1600
and was called out in favour of the 5th and present Lord
in 1916. — Glenkindie, Aberdeenshire; Freefield, Insch,
Aberdeenshire ; Army and Navy Club, s.w. ; E. Northern
Club, Aberdeen; B. Victoria' Yacht Club, Byde; 13,
Hans Place, s.w.

Heir, his son Alexander Leigh Henry, li. 1906.



-BURGHCLERE, Lord (Herbert Codlston
Gardner, P.O., F.R.H.S.).— Cr. 1895.

Son of the 3rd Lord Gardner, who d. 1883; b. 1846;
m. 1890 Lady Winifred Anne Henrietta Christina,
eldest dau. of the 4th Earl of Carnan-on, and widow
of Capt. the Hon. Alfred John George Byng, and has
4 daus. Educated at Harrow and at Trinity Hall,
Cambridge (B.A. 1869,M.A. 1872); is a D.L. for Middle-
sex, and was President of the Board of Agriculture
1892-0, and M.P. for Essex N. 1885-95.— Athenaum,
and Brooks's Clubs, s.w. ; 48, Charles Street, Berkeley
Square, w.

BURGHERSH, Lord. See under Westmorland.

BURGHLET, Lord. See under E.veter, Marquis of .



BURGOYNE, Sir John Montagu, Bart., of
Sutton, Bedfordshire.— Cr. 1641.
Only son of Col. Sir John Montagu Bnrgoyne, 9th Bart.,
by Mary Harriet, who d. 1890, dau. of the late Col.
William Gore-Langtou, M.P., of Newton Park; b. 1833 ;
«. 1858; m. 1st 1856 Amy, who d. 1895, only dau. of
the late Capt. Henry Neilson Smith, R.E. ; 2ndly 1903
Kate,' eldest dau. of the late John Gretton, Esq., of
Stapleford Park, Leicestershire. Sir John Bnrgoyne,
who was educated at Eton, is a J.P. and D.L. for Bed-
fordshire (High Sheriff 1868) and a .F.P. for Cambridge-
shire, and was formerly Hon. Col. and previously
Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. Comm. 3rd Batt. Bedford-
.shire Regt. ; late Capt. and Lieut.-Col. Grenadier
Guards.— Cfirfton, and Travellers' Clubx, s.w. ; B.
Yacht Squadron, Coivcs.

BURKE, Capt. Sir Gerald Howe, Bart., of
Marble Hill, co. Galway.— Cr. 1797.

Only child of Sir Thomas Malaehy Burke, 6th Bart.,

I by Catherine Mary Caroline, 2nd dau. of the late

' Major-Gen. James Henry Burke, formerly Bombay

Engineers; *. 1893; s. 1913; m. 1914 Elizabeth

] Mary, who d. 1918, only dau. of the late Patrick

Mathews, Esq., of Mount Hanover, co. Meath. Sir

Gerald Burke, who was educated at the R. Mil. Col.,

Sandhurst, is Capt. Irish Guards.— .Vari/c Hill,

I Loaghrea, co. 6alway ; Guards' Club, s.w.

I i^«>, his sou Thomas Stanley, '■. 1916.

BURKE, Sir Henry Farnham, K.C.V.O., C.B.,
P.S.A.— Cr. 1919.

Eldest son of Sir Bernard Burke, C.B., LL.D.. Ulster
King of Arms, who d. 1892, by Barbara Frances, who
d. 1887, younger dau. of the late James ^VlacEvoy, Esq. ,
of Tobertynan, co. Mea'h ; b. 1859 ; m. 1885 Helena

I Mary, only dau. of the late Henry Pollard Palmer, Esq.,
of Oaklands, Lancashire. Sir Henry Burke, who was

; educated at Beaumont Coll., is a Knight of Grace of
the Order of St. John of Jerusalem ; was Rouge Croix
Pursuivant of Arms I8S0-7; Somerset Herald 1887-
1911 ; Deputy Ulster King of Arms 1889-93 ; Registrar

j of the Coll. of Arms 1904-11 and Norroy King of Arms
1911-19; appointed Garter Principal King of Arms
1919; has been Inspector of Regimental Colours for
the British and Indian Armies since 1904, and Genea-

! logistof the Order of St. Patrick since 1889, of the

, Order of the Bath .since 1913, and of the Order of St.
John of Jerusalem since 1919. — Garrick Cluh, w.c. ;

j B. Automobile Club, s.w. ; College of Arms, Queen

\ Victoria Street, e.c.

I BURKE, Edmund Henry Robert, Esq., of
Lota Park, co. Cork.

1 Only surviving son of Henry Robert Burke, Esq., J.P.

] and D.L., of Lota Park, who t?. 1911, by Christina Mary,
2nd dau. of the late John Louis Cronin, Esq., R.M., of
Cork; b. 1889. Mr. T!ur];f. who was educated at
Beaumont Coll., I)]. I Wiii,l>,,r. niid at Exeter Coll., Ox-

; ford (B.A. 1914, :.l A, llHi;), is Lieut. Irish Guards,

I Special Reserve.— (iiiunlx Liuh. s.w. ; 26, Argyll Bead,

I Kensington, w.

BURKE, Michael Henry, Esq., of Bally-
dugan, CO. Galway.

Eldest sui-viving son of the Rev. Michael Burke, of
1 Ballydugan, who d. 1886, by Isabella Mary, dau. of

the late Capt. James Clarke, 12th Lancers, of Sid
I Abbey.Devon; b. 1853; m.l901 Ethel Maude, youngest

dau. of the late Robert Henry, Esq., of Togliermore, co.
j Galway, and has, with other issue, a son, * William

St. George, b. 1902. Mr. Burke is a Magistrate for

CO. Galway. — Ballydugan, Loughrea, co. Galway.



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COUNTY FAMILIES OF



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C.C.C, CaniLridge (B.A. ini4, M.A.
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BURKE, Redmond St. George, Esq., of

Auberies, Essex.

Eldest son of Lieut-Col. Walter St. George Burke,

J.P., late R.E., of Auberies, who d. 1916, by Mary 1 ^ r, -.r.-,^

Anne Amy Macrae, dau. of the late George Ferguson j -f-BURN, Sir GeORGE, Knt. — Or. 1917

- _ - . .r,,T.-,o. L ,o-n. ,„ ' „ ofthe lateRev. David Burn ; i. •°"'-



Cockburn, Esq., formerly H.E.I.C.S. ; b. 1879; ■/«•
1906 Aileen Marion, youngest dau. of the late John
Mervyn Wrench, Esq., M.Inst. C.E., Chief Engineer
of the Great Indian Peninsula Railway, and has, with
other issue, a son, * Harry St. George, b. 1909. Mr.
Burke, who was educated at Temple Grove, abroad,
and at the R. Indian Engineering Coll., Coopers Hill,
is in the Indian Forest Sev\ke.— Auberies, Sudbury,
Suffolk.

BURKE, of Danesfield, co. Galway.

George Edmund Burke, Esq., J.P., of Danesfield, d
1893 having m. 1861 Theresa M., who rf. 1916,3rd
dau. of the late Michael auin, Esq., J.P., of Water-
ville CO. Limerick, and left 2 dans., of whom the elder,
Elizabeth Btary Margaret {Killecn Castle, Vunsany, co. \
Meath), m. 1883 Arthur James, 11 th Earl of Fmgall j
(whom see), and the younger, Florence Mary (Oxon\
Honth, Tollbridge), m. 1906 Sir William Nevill Mont-
gomerie Geary, 5th Bart, {whom see).

BURKE, of Issercleran, co. Galway. See Studd.

BURKE-WOOD, the Misses, of Moretou Hall, j

Shropsliire. !

Mary Stephanie, and Gertrude Elizabeth, daus. ot :

Edmund Burke- Wood, Esq., J.P., Barrister-at-Law, i

Mi\\od. 1904, by Elizabeth Sarah, who d. 1914, only



dau. of the late Stephen Dickin, Esq., of
JL&W.—Moreton Hall, Oswestry, Shropshire.



BURKITT, Lady.



Moreton i



Frances Louisa, dau. of George Willougliby Gill, Esq.,
of Kensington ; m. 1888, as his 2nd wife. Sir William
Robert Burkitt, Barrister-at-Law, who was Judicial
Commissioner of Oudh 1890-2, an Additional Puisne
Judge of the High Court of Judicature, N.W. Pro-
vinces, 1892-5, and a Puisne Judge of the High Court,
Allahabad, 1896-1908, and who was cr. Knt. 1904
and d. 1908.— 8, Woodfield Auenue, Streatham, s.w.



BURLINGTON, Earl

Buke of.



See under Devonshire,



Knt.,



BURLS, Sir Edwin Grant GRANT.
G.S.I.— Cr. 1909.

Eldest son of Charles Burls, Esq., of Peckham Rye
Common, who d. 1896, by Mary Grant, who rf. 869,
eldest dau. ofthe late Rev. James Sherman, of Reading ;
b 1844- m. 1875 Edith Louisa, only dau. of the late
James Williams, Esq., of London. Sir Edwin Grant-
Burls who was educated at Denmark Hill Grammar
School, and assumed the prefix surname of Grant by
deed poll 1909, entered the India Office 1863, was
Assistant Director-Gen. of Stores 1891-6 and Director-
Gen 1896-1909, and is Major ret. late 1st Surrey Art.
Vol Corps —Thomlea, Shortlands, Kent; British
Empire, East India United Service, and St. Stephen'.-:
Clubs, s.w.

BURLTON, Mrs., of Eatou Hill, Hereford-
Jane Annie Westmorland, dau. of the late Rev. John
Price-Jones, Vicar of Ivington, Herefordshire ; m.
1884 Thomas Davies Burlton, Esq., of Eaton Hill, a
JP lor Herefordshire (High Sheriff 1908), who d.
1919 leaving, with other issue, an only son, * Richard
Ferrer, Capt. 1st Batt. Herefordshire Regt. ; educated
192



Kate Eraser, dau. of Mathew Drummond, Esq. Sir
George Burn i.s Gen. Manager of the Bank of Ottawa.
—255, Metcalfe Street, Ottawa, Canada.

BURN-CALLANDER. See Callander.

BURN - CLERK - RATTRAY, Col. Paul
Robert, C.B.B., of Craighall-Rattray,
Perthshire.
Elder son of the Rev. John Alexander Higgins Burn-
Murdoch, of Neuck, Stirlingshire, who d. 1883, by
Elizabeth Susan, who d. 1914, eldest dau. of the late
Robert Clerk-Rattray, Esq., J.P. and D.L.,of Craighall
Rattray; b. 1859; s. his uncle Lieut. -Gen. Sir James
Clerk-Rattray, K.C.B., J.P. and D.L., and assumed his
present surname 1910; m. 1910 Ferelith, 5th dau.
of Sir James Henry Ramsay, 10th Bart., of BamflF,
Perthshire, and has 4 daus. Col. Burn-Clerk-Rattray,
who was educated at the E. Mil. Academy, Woolwich,
is a J.P. and D.L. for Perthshire and Col. ret. late R.E.
— Craighall-Rattray, Blairgowrie, Perthshire.

BURN - MURDOCH, Major- Gen. John
Francis, C.B., C.M.G., C.B.E., of Green-
yards, Stirlingshire ; and of New Lodge,
Yorkshire.
Eldest son of the Rev. Canon James McGibbon Burn-
Murdoch, of Greenyards, and of New Lodge, who


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Online LibraryEdward WalfordThe county families of the United Kingdom; or, Royal manual of the titled and untitled aristocracy of England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland .. (Volume ed.59, yr.1919) → online text (page 54 of 415)