Col. Q.O. R, West Kent Regt., and a J.P. for
Devon, who had the Order of the Medjidie, 5th Class,
and who was cr. K.C.B. 1903, and d. ISOi.Sfole
BURTON, Elizabeth, Lady.
Dau. of Dr. Perkins, of Jamaica, and niece and adopted
dan. of the late Col. Charles Cranston Dixon, of the
90th Regt. ; m. 1850 Sir George William Burton, who
was called to the Bar in 1840, was a K.C. and Bencher
of Osgoode Hall; raised to the Bench in 1874, and
made Chief Justice of the Province of Ontario in 1897,
and who was cr. Knt. 1898, and d. 190].— Oak Lodge,
BURTON, Arthur Frederick, Esq., of Turn-
ham Hall, Yorkshire.
Only son of Thomas Burton, Esq., of Turnham HaU,
whorf. 1883, by Agnes, d.au. of the late Pennock Tigar,
Esq., J.P., of Beverley, Yorkshire; *. 1865; m. 1887
Agnes, who d. 1911, youngest dau. of the late Charles
elseif (getClientWidth() > 430)
Newman, Esq., and has issue *Arthur Cornelius, b. 1 888.
Mr. Burton, who was educated at Trinity Hall, Cam-
bridge (B.A. 1887, M.A. 1891), was called to the Bar
at the Inner Temple 1888, and is a Member of the
C,C. of the E. Riding of Yorkshire.— TuraAam HaU,
THE UNITED KINGDOM.
of Cherry j BURTON, William Fitzwilliam, Esq., of
I Burton Hall, co. Carlow ; and of Go'ltho
Elder son of William Fitzwilliam Burton, Esq., of
Burton Hall, who d. 1909, by his Ist wife Coralie
Augusta Frederica, who d. 1892, 3rd dau. of the
late Henry Lloyd, Esq., of Farrinrory, co. Tipperary ;
b. 1849; m. 1877 Georgiana Spencer, 4tb dan.
of the late Capt. the Hon. William Henry George
Wellesley, R.N,, and has, with other issue, a son,
* William Mainwaring, A.M.I.C.E. ; h. 1881 ; m. 1912
Dorothy Constance, only tlau. of the late Rev. Frederick
James Oliphant, M.A., Vicar of Woking, Surrey, and
has, with other issue, a son, * William Arthur Main-
waring, b. 1914. Mr. Burton is Lord of the Manors
of Goltho and Apley, and was High Sheriff of co. Car-
low 1914. — Goltho Hall, Wrac/bi/, Lhwolnshirc.
BURTON, of Pollacton, co. Carlow. See Denys-
BURTON, Edmund GeI^ald, Esq., O.B.E., ofl
The Lodpe, Daventry, Northamptonshire. BURTON-ALEXANDER, Joseph Tucker,
BURTON, David Fowlee,
Eldest son of Darid Burton, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
Cherry Burton, who d. 1890, by Fanny, who d. 1888,
dau. of the late Frederic Cowper, Esq., of Carleton
Hall, Cumberland; h. 1857; m. 1884 Mary Sophia,
eldest dau. of the late Rev. Robert Whitaker, Rector
of Scorbro'-cum-Leeonfield, Yorkshire, and has, with
other issue, a son, * David Cecil Fowler, Lieut. 3rd
Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers ; educated at Rugby
and at Jesus Coll., Cambridge; h. 1887; m. 1913
Gwladys Ellen, youngest dau. of the late R. W.
Parry, Esq. Mr. Burton, who was educated at Rugby,
and called to the Bar at the Middle Temple 1882, is a
J.P. and C. Aid. for the V.. Riding of Yorkshire,
Lord of the Manor of Cherry Burton and of the
Beverley Chapter Hu use, and Patron of Cherry Btu-ton.
— Cherry Burton Hall, near Beverley ; Conservatiiie
Club, s.w. ; Yorkshire Club, Tori.
Only son of Edmund Charles Burton, Esq., of Th
Lodge, who d. 1907, by Rosamond Elizabi-th, whoa'.
1918, youngest dau. of the late Joshua Vernoy Lace,
Esq., of Little Woolton, Lancashire; h. 1872; m. 1901
Maud, only dau. of Henry Arthur Attenborough, Esq .
J. P., of Gates by Abbey, Nothamptonshire, and has, with
other issue, a son, »Edmund Arthur, b. 1903. Mr.
Burton, who was educated at Westminster and at
Ch. Ch., Oxford, is temp. Lieut.-Col. R.A.S.C, and
Patron ofl living. — The Lodge, Daventrr/, Northampton-
shire; B. Thames Yacht Club, w.
BURTON, Mrs., of Can-igaholt Castle, co. |
Lilias, younger dau. and co-heiress of Thomas Green,
Esq., of Wilby, and Athelington Hall, Suffolk, who d.
1862, by Justina Charlotte (who d. 1904, having ;«.
2udly 1875, as his 1st wife, Charles Arthur Head, Esq., \
of Hartburn Hall, co. Durham), eldest dau. of the late
Peter Bartholomew Long, Esq., of Northgate, Ipswich ;
m. 1896 William Conyngham Vandeleur Burton, Esq., 1
late Lieut. 68th Regt., of Carrigaholt Castle, a J.P. !
and D.L. for co. Clare (High Sheriff 1886), who d.s.p.
1919.— Carrigaholt Castle, co. Clare; 12, Walpole Street,
Shane Square, s.w. :
BURTON, Mrs., formerly of Minera Hall,
Ellon Martha, dau. of Walter Rice Howell Barker,'
of Wantage, Berks, who d. 1889, by Henrietta Jen-
ning.s, dau. of the late Henry Hayward, of Stirlings,
Wantage; m. 1882 John Robert Burton, Esq., of Minera
Hall, a J.P., D.L. and C. Aid. for Denbighshire (High
Sheriff 1891), who d. IQOO.—Kewton Lodge, Wrexham.
BURTON, Richard Francis Lingen, Esq.,
F.R.G.S., of Longner Hall, Shropshire.
Second and elder surviving son of Robert Lingen Bur-
ton, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Longner Hall, who d. 1880,
by Catharina Sophia (who m. 2ndly 1896 the Rev.
Algernon Godfrey Kingsford, formerly Vicar of Atcham,
Shropshire, who with his wife assumed by royal license
the surname of Burton in 1897, and who d. 19131 „ „ „ ti . 1880; m.
1905 Phosbe Winifred, youngest dau. of Ralph Coker
Adams Beck, Esq., formerly of Piatt House, Kent, and
has, with other issue, a son, *Ivor Bowen McGrigor,
A. 1910 ; 2ndly 1910Lieut.-Col. Robert Bowen Buscar-
let, late R. Sussex Regt. Mrs. Bowen Buscarlet is
Lady of the Manor of Stoke d'Abernon and Patron
of 2 livings. — Stoke d'Abernon Manor, Cobham, Surrey.
BUSCH-MICHELL, Mrs., of Crosswood, and
Harriet Mary, 2nd dau. of Edward Salisbury Rose
Trevor, Esq., of Penylan, Montgomeryshire, who d.
1891, by Joanna Elizabeth Adelaide, who d. 1869, dau.
and co-heiress of the late Thomiis Lloyd, Esq., of
Trawscoed, Montgomeryshire; m. 1888 Arthur Pitt
Busch, Esq.,of Huish House, Langport, Somerset, who
has assumed the additional surname of Michell. Mrs.
Busch-Michell s. her sister. Miss Frances Althea
Trevor, 1906. — Crosswood, Welshpool ; Halci/on Club, w.
BUSFEILD, of St. Ives. See Ferrand.
BUSH, Adm. Sir Paul Warner, K.C.B.,
M.V.O.— Cr. 1914.
Third sou of tlie Rev. Paul Bush, Rector of Duloe,
CornWiiU, and Hon. Cauon of Truro, who d. 1904, by
Avarilla Oliveria Cromwell, who d. 1893, only dau.
of the late Ahteniidorus Cromwell Russell, Esq., of
Cheshunt Park, Hertfordshire; b. 1855; m. 1900
Rachel Adela, youngest dau. of the late Nathaniel
Bond, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Creech Grange, Dorset-
shire. Sir Paul Bush, who was educated at Tavistock
Grammar School and at Stubbington House, is an Adm. !
ret., a Magistrate for Dorsetshire, and a Commander
of the Legion of Honour ; was in command of H.M.S.
'St. George' during the colonial torn' of H.M. King
George V. and Queen Mary (then Duke and Duchess of
Cornwall and York) 1901 and of the Portsmouth
Div., Home Fleet, 1908-9, and was Commander-in-
■ Chief on the Cape of Good Hope Station 1910-12;
has the Order of the Osmanieh, 4th Class. — Longham
House, Wimbome; United Service Club, s.w.
BUSH, Alfred George de-Lisle, Esq., of
Eastington Park, Gloucestershire.
Eldest surviving son of Lieut. -Col. Robert Bush, J.P.,
late 96th Regt., of Clifton, Bristol, who d. 1877, by
Emily Adria, who d. 1908, dau. of the late Lieut. -Col.
Griffiths, 96th Regt.; b. 1847; m. 1890 Florence,
eldest dau. of the late John Lysaght, Esq., J.P., of
Hongrave Hall, Suffolk, and of Springfort, Stoke
Bishop, Gloucestershire, and has had, with other issue,
a son, Hugh Godfrey de-Lisle, M.C., Lieut. 3rd Batt.
Gloucestershire Regt. ; late Lieut. Gloucestershire
Hussars Yeo.; b. 1892; m. 1915 Marjorie Asheton
(who m. 2ndly 1918 Major James Victor Rae Jackson,
The Buffs), elder dau. of the late Alfred Asheton
Critchley-SalmonsoD, Esq., of Eversley House, Bridg-
north, Shropshire, and d. of wounds received in action
1917, leaving a son, , b. 1916. Mr. Bush was
educated at Clifton Coll. — Eastington Park, Eastitigton,
Stonehouse, Gloucestershire ; Consermtive Club, s.w. ;
Gloucester City and County Club, Gloucester; Clifton
Club, Clifton ; Constitutional Club, Bristol.
BUSHBY, Henet North Geant, Esq., of
Wortnley Bury, Hertfordshire.
Eldest son of Henry Jeffreys Bushby, Esq., of Wormley
Bury, and of Lagduff Lodge, co. Mayo, who d. 1903,
by Lady Frances, youngest dau. of Francis, 6th Earl of
Guilford; b. 1863; m. 1896 Esther, 3rd dau. of Thomas
D. Ford, Esq., of Sydnei^, N.S.W., and has, with other
issue, a son, * Geoffrey Henry, b. 1899. Mr. Bushby,
who was educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cam-
bridge (B.A. 1885), and called to the Bar at ths Inner
Temple 1893, is a J.P. and C.C. for Hertfordshire;
Capt. Territorial Force Reserve ; Lord of the Manor of
Wormley and Patron of the living; late Lieut. Herts
Yeo. Cav. — Residence : Manor House, Wormley,
Hertfordshire ; Carlton Club, s.w.
BUSHE-FOX, Mrs., of Cordara, co. Longford.
Theodora, youngest dau. of Henry William Willoughby,
Esq., of Montagu Square, and Clifford's Inn, who d.
1881, by Mary Ann, who d. 1914, dau. of the late
Humphry William Woolrych, Esq., Serjeant-at-Law,
of Croxley, Hertfordshire ; m. 1906 Loftus Henry
Kendal Bushe-Fox, Esq., of Cordara, a Barrister-at-
Law, and a Fellow, Tutor, and Lecturer of St. John's
ColL, Cambridge, who c^. 1916, leaving a son, * Patrick
Loftus, b. 1907. — Cordara, Latiesborough, co. Longford ;
15, Madingley Boad, Cambridge.
BUSHMAN, Sir Henry Augustus, K.C.B.^Cr.
Son of Major George Bushman, formerly 2nd
Dragoon Guards, who d. 1870, by Margaret, who d.
1910, dau. of the late John Riordan, Esq.; b.
1841; m. 1899 Laura, elder dau. of Robert Lewis,
Esq. Sir Henry Bushman is a Major-Gen. ret., and
Col. of the 9th Lancers, and was Assistant Adjutant-
Gen, in India 1884-90 and Southern District 1892-5.
— Okejield, Lyndhurst, Hampshire; United Service
Club, s.w. ; Naval and Military Club, w.; \\, South
Audley Street, w.
BUSK, Sir Edward Henry, Knt.— Cr. 1901.
Only son of the late Henry William Busk, Esq.,
Barrister-at-Law, by Mary Anne, dau. of the late
Rev. Philip Le Breton, M.A. Oxon ; //. 1844 ; m. 1880
Marian, dau. of the late Lewis Balfour, Esq. Sir
Edward Busk, who was educated at Univ. Coll.
School, at Univ. Coll., London, and at Manchester
New Coll. (B.A. 1863, M.A. 1864, LL.B. 1866) and
practised as a Solicitor 1866-99, was Vice-Chancellor
of London Univ. 1905-7, and is Major ret. Artists'
Rifle Vols., Chairman of Convocation and a Fellow of
London Univ., a Fellow of Univ. Coll., London, a
Member of the Governing Body of the Imperial Coll. of
Science and Technology, Chairman of the Central
Foundation Schools of London, of the London Board
of the London and Lancashire Fire Insurance Co. and
of Gresham's School, Governor of Dulwich Coll. and
of the Ladies' Coll., Cheltenham, President and
Treasurer of the Oyster Merchants' and Planters'
Association, President of the National Fish, Poultry,
THE UNITED KINGDOM.
Game and Rabbit Trades' Association, Vice-President
of the National Sea Fisheries Protection Association, |
and Corresponding Member of the National Education
Association of America.— flcaiA End, ChecJcendon,
Oxfordshire ; Athenisum Club. s.w. ; Albemarle Club,
w. ; 11, Sussex Place, Begent's Park, n.-w. ,
BUSK, Mrs., formerly of Hermongers, Sussex.
Mary,dau. of Nathaniel Brindley Aeworth, Esq.,of The
Hook, Herts, who d. 1892, by Anna Diana, dau. of the
late Ven. Francis Close, Dean of Carlisle; m. 1885
Thomas Teshmaker Busk, Esq., of Hermongers, and
of Ford's Grove, Winchmore Hill, a J.P. for Middlesex
and for Westminster, who d. 1894, leaving,' with
other issue, an only surviving son, Henry Gould,
educated at Uppingham and at King's Coll., Cambridge I
(B.A. 1912, M.A. 1918); A. 1890 ; w. 1918 Nancy'
Stewart, elder dau. of Charles Stewart Cox, Esq., of
Redcliffe Gardens, S.W.— 6, Wadham Gardens, Regent's
BUSK, William Gould, Esq., of Wraxall
Youngest son of Edward Thomas Busk, Esq., J.P., of
Ford's Grove, Middlesex, who d. 1868, by Susannah,
who d. 1873, dau. of the late Thomas Benson Pease,
Esq., of Chapel Allerton Hall, Yorkshire ; A. 1860; m.
1889 Margaret Alice, 3rd dau. of the late Joseph Busk,
Esq., of Codicote Lodge, Hertfordshire, and has, with
other issue, a son, * Joseph, Capt. Dorset Yeo. ;
educated at Eton and at Magdalen Coll., Oxford ; b.
1890. Mr. Busk, who was educated at Marlborough,
is a Magistrate for Dorsetshire. — Wraxall Manor,
BUSTARD, George, Esq., LL.B., formerly
of Belleville, co. Donegal.
Eldest son of Ebenezer Bustard, Esq., of Belleville,
who rf. 1882, by Margaret, who d. 1915, only dau. of
the late George Lynch, Esq., of Dunkineely, co.
Donegal; b. 1854. Educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin
(B.A. and LL.B. 1878); called to the Bar at King's
Inns, Dublin, 1880. — Mytilene, Ailesburg Road, Her-
BUTCHER, Sir John George, Bart., K.C.—
Y'ounger son of the Most Rev. Samuel Butcher, D.D.,
Lord Bishop of Meath, who d. 1876, by Mary, who d.
1886, 2nd dau. of the late John Leahy, Esq., J.P., of
Southhill, CO. Kerry; b. 1852; m. 1898 Alice Mary,
dau. of the late Edward Lyell Brandreth, Esq., J.P., of
Elvaston Place, Loudon, and widow of James Edward
H. Gordon, Esq. Sir John Butcher, who was educated at
Marlborough and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge, of which
he was formerly a Fellow (B.A. 1874, M.A. 1877),
called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1878, appointed a
Q.C. 1897 and elected a Bencher 1903, is a J.P. for
the E. Riding of Yorksliire and was M.P. for York
City 1892-1906, aud has been since Jan. 1910.—
Riccall Hall, Riccatl, Yorkshire; Danes/art, Kil-
larney ; Carlton Club, s.w.; Yorkshire Club, York;
32, Elvaston Place, s.w. ; 6, New Square, Lincoln's Inn,
BUTCHER, Major-Gen. Sir George James,
K.C.M.G., C.B.— Cr. 1918.
Son of the late Henry Butcher, Esq., R.A. ; b. 1860;
m. 1896 Lydia, 6th dau. of the late T. Simpson, Esq.,
of Old Park, Clapham. Sir George Butcher is a
Maj-Gen. A.O.H. ; was formerly Assistant Director of
Ordnance Stores in Ireland and in Malta, Chief
Inspector of Equipment and Stores, Army Ordnance
Department, 1910-13, aud Deputy Director of Ord-
nance Stores at Woolwich Arsenal 1913-18; appointed
Principal Ordnance Officer 1918.
BUTE, Marquis of (John Cbichton- Stuart). —
Eldest son of John Patrick, 3rd Marquis, by the Hon.
Gwendolen Mary Anne, eldest dau. of the 1st Lord
Howard of Glossop ; b. ISSl ; s. 1900 ; m. 1905 Augusta
Mary Monica, D.B.E., a Lady of Grace of the Order
of St. John of Jerusalem, youuger dau. of Sir (AUvn)
Henry Belliugham, 4th Bart. The Marquis of Bute
is H.M.'s Lieut, for Buteshire ; Hereditary Sheriff and
Coroner for Buteshire; Hereditary Keeper of Rothesay
Castle, Hon. Col. 4th Highland (Mountain) Brigade
R.G.A., T.F., an Hon. Lieut, in the Army, late Lieut.
3rd Batt. Welsh Regt., and Patron of 9 livings.—
Mount Stuart, Rothesay, N.B. ; Dumfries House,
Cumnock, N.B. ; The Castle, Cardiff; Old Place of
Mochrum, Wigtownshire, N..B.; St. John's Lodge,
Regent's Park, n.w.
Heir, his son John, Barlol Dumfries ; 6. 1907.
BUTLER, Lord. See Carrick, Earl of.
BUTLER, the Hon. Mrs. Henry Cavendish, of
Innis Rath, co. Fermanagh.
Sara, 3rd dau. of the late Thomas Armstrong, Esq., J. P.,
of Eden Hall, co. Armagh; m. 1st 1870 Sir William
Emerson-Tennent, 2nd and last Bart. (cr. 1867), of
TempoManor, CO. Fermanagh, who rf. 1876; 2ndly 1883,
as his 2nd wife, the Hon. Henry Cavendish Butler
(half-brother of the 5th Earl of Lanesborough), of Innis
Rath, who d. 1891, and has an only child, * Henry
Halpin Cavendish, temp, Capt. 11th (Service) Batt. R.
Inniskilling Fusiliers ; late Lieut. R. Irish Rifles; was
High Sheriff of co. Fermanagh 1913; educated at
Harrow and at Pembroke Coll., Cambridge ; 4. 1884 ;
m. 1908 Lucie Sophia Blanche, 2nd dau. of the late
Major-Gen. Arthur Hales, formerly R. Inniskilling
Fusiliers, aud has, with other issue, a son, * Henry
Arthur Brinsley Cavendish, h. 1909. — Innis Rath,
Lisnaskea, co. Fermanagh.
BUTLER, Sir Richard Pierce, Bart., O.B.E.,
of Ballin Temple, co. Carlow.— Cr. 1G28.
Eldest son of Sir Thomas Pierce Butler, 10th Bart., by
Hester Elizabeth, who d. 1904, eldest dau. of Sir Alan
Mward Bellingham, 3rd Bart.; b. 1872; «. 1909; m.
1906 Alice Dudley, only surviving child of the Very
Rev. the Hon. James Wentworth Leigh, D.D., Dean of
Hereford. Sir Richard Butler, who was educated at
Harrow and at Downton Agricultural Coll., is a J.P.
and D.L, for co. Carlow (High Sheriff 1905), Capt.
and Hon. Major late 8th Batt. King's R. Rifle Corps,
and temp. Major Gen. List; served with Remount
Department, B.E.F., 1915-19, and was a Deputy
Director of Remounts, with the temp, rank of Lieut. -
Col., 1919.— Ballin Temple, Tullow, co. Carlow;
Garryhundon, Carlow; Junior Constitutional Club,
w. ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin.
Heir, his son Thomas Pierce, 6. 1910.
BUTLER, Elizabeth Southerden, Lady.
Elder dau. of the late T. J. Thompson, Esq. ; m. 1877
the Right Hon. Sir William Francis Butler, a Lieut.-
Gen. ret., late 69th Regt., who was Quartermaster-Gen.
in the Western District 1 880-4 ; A.D.C. to H.M. Queen
Victoria 1882-92 ; Brigadier- Gen. on theStaflfin Egypt
1885-6 ; commanded the South Eastern Dist. 1896-8 ;
the troops in South Africa 1898-9 and the Western
Dist. 1899-1905, who had the Order of the Medjidie,
COUNTS FAMILIES OF
3rd Class, and who was cr. K.C.B. 1887, G.C.B. 1906,
and d. 1910. Lady Butler is a well-known Artist and
a Governor and Guardian of the National Gallery of
Ireland. — Bansha CasHe, Banska, co. Tipperary.
BUTLER, Major-Geu. (temp. Lieut. -Gen.)
Sir RiCHAED Haete Keatinge, K.C.B.,
K.C.M.G.— Cr. K.G.M.Q. 1918, K.C.B.
B. 1870. Sir Richard Butler is a Major-Gun. and
temp. Lieut. -Gen., late Lancashire Fusiliers and
Dorsetshire Regt. and a Grand (officer of the Legion
of Honour; has the Belgian Croix de Guerre; was
Brigade Major at Aldershut 1906-10 ; Gen. Staff
Officer, 2nd Grade, 1911-14, and in command of a
Brigade 1914-1.3; appointed Deputy Chief of the
Gen. Staff 1915 and a Coram. Headquarter Units 1919.
—Naval and Military Club, w. ; War Office, Whitehall,
BUTLER, Sir (Spencer) Haecouet, K.C.S.L,
CLE.- Cr. 1911.
Second sou of Spencer Perceval Butler, Esq., Barrister-
at^Law, of Lincoln's Inn, who