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ROUNDS, Major Noel Barwick
Charles, C.B., of Hoe Hall, Norfolk.

Only son of Thomas Byam-Grounds, Esq., J.P., of Hoe
Hall, and formerly of Gorgate Hall, Norfolk, who d. \
1916, by Joanna Louisa, who (i. 1917, eldest dau. of the
late Rev. John Barwick Sams, M.A., Rector of Grafton
Regis, Northamptonshire ; /). 1880 ; m. 1916 Evangeline
Mary Brandford, only dau. of Sir William Braudford
Griffith, and has a son. *Jolm Sutton, b. 1917. Major
Byam-Grounds, who was educated at Eton, is Major
The King's (Liverpool) Regt. and temp. Lieut.-Col.
Comm. 3rd Batt.

BYASS, Robert Nicholl, Esq.

Elder son of the late Robert Blake Byass, Esq., of
Nevill Court, Tunbridge AVells ; b. 1834; m. 1st 1857
Mary, who d. 1S79, 2nd dau. of late Rev. William
Hutchinson, Rector of Checkley ; 2ndly 1884 Mary
Agues, 4th dau. of the late James Dalglish, Esq., and
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has, with other issue, Rose Nicholl, m. 1881 Robert
William Kennard, Esq., J.P. and D.L., and has, with
other issue, Howard John, Capt. R.N. ; b. 1882; m.
1910 Ethel Frances Vavasour, youngest dau. of the
late Frederick Richard Vavasour Witts, Esq., of Fosse
Cottage, Gloucestershire, and has, with other issue,
a son, Robert William, b. 1912. Mr. Byass, who was
educated at Radley and at Oriel Coll., Oxford, is a
J.P. for Oxfordshire and for Gloucestershire. — Wi/ck
Hill, Slow-on-Wold ; Junior Carlton Club, s.w.



BYATT, Sir Horace Archer, K.C.M.G.— Cr.
1918.

Eldest son of the late Horace Byatt, Esq., M.A., of
Midhurst, .Sussex; b. 1875. Sir Horace Byatt, who
was educated at Lincoln Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1898),
was Assistant Collector and Magistrate, Nyassaland
Protectorate, 1899-191)5; Assistant Political Officer,
Somaliland, 1905-6; Secretary to the Administration
1906-10; H.M. Commissioner and Commander-in-
Chief there 1911-14 (administered the Government
1910-11); Colonial Secretary, Gibraltar, 1914, and
Lieut. -Governor and Chief Secretary of Gibraltar
1914-17: appointed Civil Administrator, E. Africa
(formerly German), 1917. — Sports' Club, s.w.

BYERS, Professor Sir John William, Knt.,
M.D.— Cr. 1906.

Only child of the Rev. John Byers, M.A., a Missionary
to China, who d. 1853, by Margaret (LL.D. Dublin
Univ., Principal and Founder of Victoria Coll., Belfast),
who d. 1912, only dau. of the late Andrew Morrow, Esq.,
of Windsor Hill, Rathfriland ; b. 1853 ; m. 1902 Fanny,
dau. of the late James Reid, Esq., and Mrs. Reid, of
Netherleigh, Belfast. Sir John Byers, who was educated
at the R. Academical Institution, Belfast, and at Queen's
Coll., Belfast (B.A. 1874, M.A. 1875, M.D. and Mast.
Surg. 1878, Hon. Master of Obstetrics, R. Univ. of Ire-
land 1897), is Professor of Midwifery and of Diseases of
Women and Children at Queen's Univ.,Belfast, ex-Chair-
man of the Medical Staff and Physician for Diseases of
Women, R. Victoria Hospital, Belfast ; Physician to the
Belfast Maternity Hospital ; Consulting Physician to
the Belfast Hospital for Sick Children, to the Belfast
Hospital for Nervous Diseases, and to Hilden (Red
Cross) Convalescent Hospital, Belfast, and ex-President
of the Belfast Natural History and Philosophical
Society and of the Belfast Literary Society, and was
formerly Examiner in Obstetric Medicine to the R.
Univ. of Ireland. — Dreenagh House, Lower Crescent,
Belfast.

BYLES, Lady.

Sarah Anne, only surviving dau. of the late Stephen
Unwin, Esq., of Colchester; m. 1865 Sir William
Pollard Byles, who was M.P. for the Shipley Div. of the
N. Part of the W. Riding of Yorkshire 1892-5 and for
the N. Div. of Salford 1906-17, and who was cr. Kut.
1911 andrf. 1917. — S,Chalcot Gardens, Hampstead,ti.-w.

BYLES, Walter Barnard, E.sq., of Harefield
House, Middlesex.
Eldest son of the Right Hon. Sir John Barnard Byles,
of Harefield House, a Judge of the Common Pleas, who
d. 1 884, by Emma, 2nd dau. of the late Joseph P. Wedd,
Esq.; i. 1840; m. 1866 Georgina, who d. 1917, 3rd
dau. of the late Francis William Russell, Esq., M.P.,
and has, with other issue, a son, * Walter John B.ar-
nard, called to the Bar at the Inner Temple 1894 ; edu-
cated at Uaiv. Coll., Oxford (B.A, 1890); b. 1868.
Mr. Byles. who was educated at Rugby and at Univ.
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1864, M.A. 1866), and called to the
Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1 865, is a Magistrate for Middlesex



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and was High SheriflF 1896. — Harefield House, near
Uxhridge ; Union, and O.rford and Cambridge Cluhs,
8.W.; 3, Princes Gardetis, s.w.

BTNG, Gen. the Hon. Sir Jolian Hedwoeth
George, G.C.B., K.C.M.G., M.V.O., of
Thorpe Hall, Essex.— Or. K.C.M.G. 1916,
K.G.B. 1916, G.C.B. 1919.

Youugost son of George Stevens, 2nd Earl of Strafford,
who d. 1886, by his 2nd wife the Hon. Harriet
Elizabeth, who d. 1892, younger dau. of Charles
Compton, 1st Lord Chesham ; b. 1862 ; m. 1892 Marie
Evelyn, only child of the Hon. Sir Richard Charles
Moreton, K.C.V.O. Sir Julian Byng is a Gen. late
Comm. 10th R. Hussars, Col. 3rd Hussars, and a
Grand Officer of the Legion of Honour and of the
Belgian Order of the Crown ; has the Russian Order
of St. Vla'limir, 4th Class, with Swords, and the
French and Belgian Croix de Guerre ; was Com-
mandant of the School of Instruction for Cav.,
. Netheravon, 1904-5, in command of the 1st Cav.
Brigade 1906-8 and of the E. Anglian Territorial Div.
1910-12, Gen. Officer Comm. the Force in Egypt
1912-14, and in command of 3rd Cav. Div. 1914-1.5,
of 9th Army Corps, Gallipoli, 19I5,of 17th Army Corps,
France, 1915-16, of Canadian Army Corps 1916-17,
and of 3rd Army 1917-18.— 7'Aor/)f Hall, Thorpe-lc-
SoA-en, Essex ; Travellers', and A/hentPitm Clubs, s.w.

BYNG, Capt. Launcelot Alfred CRANMER-.

Elder son of Lieut.-Col. Alfred Molyneux Ci'anmer-
Byng, J.P. and D.L., formerly Grenadier Guards, of
Quendon Hall, Essex, who d. 1906, by his 1st wife
Caroline Mary, who d. 1887, dau. of the late Right
Hon. Henry Tufnell, M.P. ; 6. 1 872 ; m. 1st 1 — Mabel,
who d. 1913, dau. of the late Isaac Hammersley,
Esq., of Leek, Staffordshire ; 2adly 1916 Daisy Elaine,
dau. of Nathaniel Beach Beach, E.sq., formerly of
Rainsford, and Chelmsford, and has a son, John
Launcelot, b. 1919. Capt. Cranmer-Byng, who was
educated at Wellington Coll. and at Trinity Coll..
Cambridge, is a J.P. and C.C. for Essex, Lieut, and
Hon. Capt. late 3rd Vol. Batt. Suffolk Regt., Capt.
T.F. Reserve Gen. List, late Commandant of a
.Prisoners of War Camp, Lord of the Manor of
Chickney, Essex, and Patron of 1 living. — Fole!/ Mill,
Thaxted, Essex ; Boodle's Club, s.w.

BYNG, of Great Culverden, Kent. See Lucas.

BYNG. See Straford, ar>i Torrington.

BYRES. &e& Moir-Byres.

BYRES-LEAKE. See Leake.

BYRNE, the Right Hon. Sir William
Patrick, K.C.V.O., C.B.— Cr. 1911.

Fourth son of John Byrne, Esq , of Withiiigtou, Man-
Chester, who d. 1879, by Elizabeth, who d. 1886,
youngest dau. of the late George Bell Poppelwell, Esq.,
of Ayton, Berwickshire; b. 1859; m. 1st 1910 Maria,
who d. 1915, 4t.h dau. of the late Isaac St. John, Esq.,
of Chelsea, and widow of AVilliam Wybrow Robertson,
Esq., formerly I.C.S.; 2ndly 1919 Alice, dau. of the
late James Lyons Cleminsou, Esq., and widow of
Donald Maclennan, Esq , of Radnor Hall, Eistree,
Herts. Sir William Byrne, who was educated
at St. Cuthbert's Coll., Ushaw, and at St. Bede's
Coll., Manchester (B.A. Loudon Univ. 1881), called
to the Bar at Gray's Inn 1886, and elected a
Bencher 1908, was a Principal Clerk in the Home
Office 1896-1908, Assistant Under-Secretary of State
for the Home Department 1908-13, Registrar of the
I ■ Baronetage 1910-13, Chairman of the Board of Control



1913-16, Treasurer of Gray's Inn 1915 and 1916, and
Under Secretary to the Lord Lieut, of Ireland 1 9 1 fi-1 8 ;
re-appointed Chairman of the Board of Control 1918.
—Reform Club. s.w. ; 27, Queen's Gate, s.w, ; 66,
Victoria Street, s.w.

BYRNE, Brigadier-Gen. Sir Joseph Aloysios
K.B.E., C.B.— Cr. 1918.
Second son of Dr. Joseph Byrne, D.L., of Londonderry,
whorf. 1910; b. 1874; m. 1908 Marjorie, dau. of the
late.illan Ferguson Joseph, Esq., of Cairo. Sir Joseph
Byrne, who was educated at St. George's Coll., Wey-
bridge, and at Maison de Melle, Belgium, is an Hon.
Brigadier-Gen. ret., late Brevet Lieuf.-Col. R. Innis-
killing Fusiliers; was D.A.A.G. 1914-1,3, A.A.G. at
the War Office 1915-16 and D.A.G. Irish Command,
with the temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen., 1916; has
been Inspector-Gen. R. Irish Constabulary since 1016.
— Beaufort, Ratkfarnham, Dublin ; li. Irish Con-
stabulary Office, The Castle, Dublin ; Kildare Street
Club, Dublin.

BYRNE, Andrew William, Esq., of Croney
Byi-ne, co. Wicklow.
Eldest son of Andrew William Byrne, Esq., of Croney
Byrne, who d. 1874, by Frances Byrne, who d. 1889,
dau. of the late Robert McDermot, Esq. ; b. 1827 ; m.
1877 Mary, eldest dau. of James Browne, Esq., and
h.is, with other issue, a son, * Andrew William, b.
1879. Mr. Byrne was educated at Clongowes AVood
Coll. — Cronei/ Byrne, Rathdrum, co. Wicklow.

BYRNE, Major Edward Gavin Johnstone, of
Elshieshiels, Dumfriesshire.
Second son of Theodore Edgar Dickson Byroe, Esq., of
Elshieshiels, and of Drumness, Kirkcudbright, who d.
18S2, by his 2nd wife Ellen, only dau. of the late
Edward Hodge Eykyn, Esq., of Woodfield, Cornwall ;
b. 1881; s. his brother Theodore Eilgar Dickson
Byrne, Esq., 1913; m. 1910 Alice Marion, who d.
1914, elder dau. of the late Alfred Pulford, Esq , of
Tunbridge Wells, and of Niiriholni, Kirkcudbright.
Major Bvrne, who was educated at Fettes Coll.. Edin-
burgh, is Major 104tb Wellesley's Rifles, Indian Army.
—cjo David M-Jcrrow, Esq., Lockerbie, Dumfriesshire.
Heir Pres., his brother Alexander Johustoue, a Chartered
Acoouutaut, London ; educated at Fettes Coll., Edin-
burgh ; b. 1882.

BYROM, Edward Clement Athekton, Esq.,
of Kersal Cell, Lancashire ; and of Culver,



Elder .SOD of Edward Byrom, Esq., D.L., of Kersal Cell,
and of Culver, who d. 191 1, by his 1st wife Katherine
Mary, who d. 1881, 3rd dau. of the late Thomas
Cooplaud, Esq.; b. 1857. Mr. Byrom, who was
educated at Eton and at Trinity Coll., Cambridge
(B.A. 1881, M.A. 1884), and called to the Bar at
Lincoln's Inn 1884, is a Magistrate for Devonshire
(on the roll for High SheriflT for 19-21).— Culver, near
£.reter ; Travellers' Club, s w. ; Si. James's Club, w.

BYROM. See Grimston. of Grimston Garth, York-
shire.

BYRON, Lord (the Rev. Frederick Ernest
Charles Btron). — Cr. 1643.

"i'ounger son of the Hon. Frederick Byron (2nd son of
the 7th Lord). Barristcr-at Law, who d. 1861, by Mary
Jane, who d. 1909, 2nd dau. and co-heiress of the late
Rev. William Wescomb, of Laugford Grove, and of
Thrumpton Hall; b. 1861; s. his brother George
Frederick William, 9th Lord, 1917. Lord Byron,
who was educated at Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1887,
M.A. 1890), and raised to the rank of a Baron's son
1877, has been "Vicar of Thrumpton since 1914, and is
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Patron of 2 livings. — Thrumpton Hull, Derby ; Lang-
ford Grove, Maldon, Essex ; Wellington Club, s.w.

Heir Pres,,\ns nephew Augustus William, ouly surviving son
of the Bev. tlie Hon. Augustus Byron, M.A. (3rd son of the
7th Lord), Rector of Kirkby Mallory, Leicestershire, who
d. 1907, by Frederico. who d. 1003, Itli dan. of Gen. Sir
Thomas McMahon, 2nd Bart.,G.C.R. ; an Hon.Capt. in the
Army : late Lieut. Leicestershire Imp. Yeo. and Imp. Yeo.
in S.Africa: 6.1858; m. 1885 Constance Caroline, youngest
dau. of the late Edward Clough Taylor, Esq., of Firby Hall,
Yorkshire, and has 2 dans.

BYRON, Lady, D.B.E.

Fanny Lucy, 4tli dau. of the iate Thomas Radmall,
Esq., of St. Margaret's, Twickenham ; m. 1st 1883, as
his 1st wife, Sir Theodore Francis Brinckman, 3rd
Bart., C.B., and div. him 1895 ; 2ndly 1901 George
Frederick William. 9th Lord Byron, who rf.s.y). 1917.—
Byron Cottage, Hampstead Heath, n.w.

BYRON", Edmund, Esq., of Coulsdon, Surrey.
Eldest son of Thomas Byron, Esq., J.P., of Coulsdon,
■who d. 1863, by Julia, who d. 1899, dau. of the late
Rev. John Jeffreys, of Barnes ; b. 1843 ; m. 1867 Cl]ar-
lotte Emily, who d. 1908, only dau. of the late Gen.
Jeffreys, C.B., and has, witli other issue, * Thomas,
b. 1869. Mr. Byron, who was educated at Eton and
at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. and M.A. 1877), is a J.P.
for Surrey. — Coulsdon Court, Surrey; United Univer-
sity Club, s.w.



BYRON, Col. Richard, D.S.O., of Fisli-
bourne, Sussex.
Only son of Major-Gen. John Byron, of Fishbourne,
v.hod. 1895, by Susan Amelia Graves, who (f. 1871, dau.
of Edward Chiappini ; *. 1870 ; m. 1896 Mabel, dau. of
Charles Albert Winter, Esq., and has, with other
issue, a son, * Richard Geofli-ey Gordon, Lieut. 4th (R.
Irish) Dragoon Guards ; educated at the R. Mil. Coll.,
Sandhurst; b. 1899. Col. Byron, who was educated
at WeUington Coll. and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sand-
hurst, is Major Reserve of Officers, Major ret., late
King's R. Rifle Corps, and Lieut.-Col. and Brevet Col.
ret., late 5th Batt. King's R. Rifle Corps. — Naval and
Military Club, w.

BYTHESEA, Mrs., of The Hall, Fresliford,
Somerset.
Mary Prideaux, 3rd dau. of the late Rev. John Michell,
M.A., of Magdalen Hall, Oxford, and Chaplain to the
Forces, by Jenny Eleanor, eldest dau. of the late Thomas
Ball, Esq., of Sea Park, co. Wicklow ; m. 1873 Samuel
Francis Glossop Bythesea, Esq., of The Hall. Fresh-
ford, a J.P. for Somerset and a Knight of the Order of
St. John of Jerusalem, who t?..


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