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and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst; b. 1895. Mr.
Campion, who was educated at Eton, is a J.P. and D.L.
for Sussex, Hon. Col. 4th Batt. R. Sussex Regt., V.D.,
and Patron of I living; late Capt. 72nd and 53rd Foot. —
Danny Park, Hiirstjiierpoint.

CANDY, Lady.

Constance Mary, dau. of the late C. M. Harrison, Esq.,
Indian Civil Service ; )ti. 1874 Sir Edward Townshend
Candy, C.S.I., a Barrister-at-Law, and a J.P. for
Cambridgeshire, who was formerly in the Indian Civil
Service, a Puisne Judge of the High Court of Judica-
ture, Bombay, 1889-1903, Vice-Chancellor of Bombay
Univ. 1897-1902, a Member of the Indian Police Com-
mission 1902-3, and Teacher in Indian Law at Cam-
briiige Univ. 1907-13, and who was er. Knt. 1904 and
(/. 1913. — Pinetands, Lotver Bourne, Farnham.

CANE, Col. Richard Claude, of St. Wolstan's,
CO. Kildare.

Eldest son of .Arthur Boresford Cane, Esq., of Collins-
town, CO. Dublin, who d. 1864, by Selina, who d. 1859,
3rd dau. of ihe late John Trant, Esq., of Dovea, co.
Tipperary;/). 1859; m.lst 1882 Eva, who i/. 1914, dau.of
W. H. Mackintosh, Esq., M.D., of St. Julian's, Malta;
2ndly 1916 Edith, youngest dau. of the late Joseph
Humphreys, Esq., of Frome, Somerset, and has had,
with other issue, Maurice (elder son), temp. Lieut.
R.F.A.; b. 1882; m. 1911 Hilda Jessie Bisset, only
dau. of R. G. Kennedy, Esq., of Largs, Fife, and
Victoria, British Columbia, and d. (killed in action)
1917, leaving a son, *Donall, h. 1913; and Edward
Claude Arthur (younger son), b. 1917. Col. Cane,
who was educated at Eton and ,at the R. Mil. Academy,
Woolwich, and was formerly Capt. R.A. and sub-
.sequently Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. Comm. 4th Batt.
R Irish Regt., is a Magistrate for co. Kildare (High
Sheriff 1893).— 5!l. Wolstan's, near Celbridge, co.
Kildare ; Allan's Grove, Lcix/qj, co. Kildare ; Carlton,
and British Empire Clubs, s.w. ; Kennel, end Shikar
Clubs, w. ; Kildare Street Club, BiMin.

CANN, George DuNNiNCi, Esq., of Dishcombe,
Devonshire.
Elder son of George Cann, Esq., of Dishcombe, who d.
1898, by Harriet, who d. 1903, dau. of the late
Richard Dunning, Esq., of South Tawton, Devonshire;
b. 1856 ; m.l903 Mabel, elder dau. of the late George
Frederick Helm, E.sq., F.R.C.S., of Marazion, Cornwall.
Mr. Cann, who was educated at Blundell's School,
Tiverton, and at Jesus Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1879,
M.A. and LL.M. 1882), was admitted a Solicitor 1882.
— Dishcombe, South Tawton, Okehampton, Devonshire ;
6, Northernhay Place, Exeter ; Devon and Exeter Club,
Exeter.

CANNING. See Garvagh; Gordoti-Canniny ; and
Howard, of Corby.

CANTERBURY, Archbishop of (the Most
Rev. Randall Thomas Davidson, D.D.,
D.C.L., LL.D., G.C.V.O., P.C).

Son of Henry Davidson, Esq., who d. 1889, by Henri-
etta, who d. 1881, 3rd dau. of the late John Campbell-
Swinton, Esq., of Kimmerghame, co. Berwick; b.
184S ; m. 1878 Edith, dau. of the Most Rev. the late
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Archibald Campbell Tait, Archbishop of Canterbury. ,
Educated at Harrow and at Trinity Coll., Oxford
(B.A. 1871, M.A. 187o, D.D. 1890, Hon. D.D. St.
Andrews 1884, Aberdeen 1906 and Durham 1913, Hon. [
LL.D. Cambridge 1903, Toronto 1904, Columbia, New!
York, 1904, and Edinburgh 1910, Hon. D.C.L. Oxford
1904); was Chaplain and Sec. to Archbishops Tait and
Benson of Canterbury 1877-83, Sub-Almoner and Hon. I
Chaplain in Ordinary to Queen Victoria 1882-3, Dean
of Windsor, Registrar of the Order of the Garter and [
Resident Chaplain to Queen Victoria 1883 91, Clerk j
of the Closet to Queen Victoria and to King Edward VII.
1891-1903, and Prelate of the Order of the Garter
1895-93; consecrated Bisliop of Rochester 1891,
translated to Winchester 1895, and to Canterbury 1903;
is a Trustee of the British Museum, aud Patron of
2 Archdeaconries (endowed with Canonries), 6 Cathe-
dral Preacherships, 178 livings aud alternately of 10 ;
has the R. Victorian Chain and the Serbian Order of
St. Sava, 1st Class. — Old Palace, Canterbury ; Lambeth
Palace, s.e. ; Athenceum Club. s.w.



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CANTERBURY, Viscount (Charles Graham
Manners-Shtton).— Cf. 1835.

Younger son of the Hon. Graham Edward Henry
Manners-Sutton, D.L. (2nd son of the 3rd Viscount),
■who d. 1888, by Charlotte Laura, who rf. 1905, only
dan. of the late Lieut.-Col. Francis L'Estrange Astley,
of Burgh Hall, Norfolk; b. 1872 ; «. his cousin Henry
Frederick Walpole, 5th Viscount, 1918; m. 1903
Ethelwyn, dau. of the late Charles Hindle, Esq., and
has a dau., Charlotte Ethelwyn. Viscount Canterbury
was formerly Capt. R.E., Special Reserve. — Brooke
Hoitsc, Norwich ; Seething Hall, Norwich; Raymond
House, Langley, Bucks; Junior United Service Club, s.w.

CANTERBURY, Amye Rachel, Viscounte.s8.

Only dau. of Comm. the Hon. Frederick Walpole, R.N.,
M.P., who d. 1876, by Laura Sophia Frances, who d.
1901, only dau. of the late Francis Walpole, Esq. ; m.
1872 Henry Charles, 4th Viscouut Canterbury, who
d. Idli.— Seething Old Hall, Norwich.

CANTILLON, John Perceval, Esq., of
Manister House, co. Limerick.
Only sou of the late John Heffernan Cantillon, Esq.
(by Helena RosaUe, who d. 1878, dau. of Capt. Thomas
Willijim Wilkinson, of St, Oswald's, oo. Limerick), and
grandson of the late John Heffernan Cantillon, Esq.,
of Manister House ; h. 1875. — Manister House, near
Croom, Limerick.

CANTLIE, Sir James, K.B.E., M.B., F.R.C.S.
— Cr. 1918.

Eldest son of William Cantlie, Esq., of Keithmore,
Dufftown, Banffshire, who d. 1868, by Janet, who d.
1908, dau. of the late James Hay, Esq., of Broomhead,
Dufftown, Banffshire ; b. 1851 ; m. 1884 Mabel Barclay,
O.B.E., elder dau. of the late Robert Barclay Brown,
Esq., of Barnes, London. Sir James Cantlie, who was
educated at Milne's Institution, Fochabers, at Aberdeen
Univ. (M.A. 1871, M.B. and CM. 1873). and at Charing
Cross Hospital (F.R.C.S. 1877). was Demonstrator of
Anatomy at Charing l^ross Hospital 1873-87, and
Assistant Surgeon and Surgeon there 1877-87, and
Dean of the Coll. of Medicine, Hong Kong, 1889-97 ;
is Surgeon Seamen's Hospital, R. Albert Dock; ;
Lecturer on Surgery London School of Tropical Medi-
cine ; Founder and co- Editor of the Journal of Tropical
■■ Medicine; aKnightof Grace of the Order of St. John of
Jerusalem; Hon. Col. lat London Div., R.A.M.C., T.F.,
V.D., and a Member of the Council of the Executive i
Committee of the British Red Cross Society ; has the i

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Order of the Osmanieh, 4th Class. — The Kennels,
Cottered, Buniingford, Hertfordshire ; 23, Harley
Street, w.

CANTRELL-HUBBERSTY, Capt. William
Philip Cantrell, O.B.E., of Ragdale Hall,
aud Ratclifi'e Hall, Leicestershire ; and of
Alvastoii Field, Derbyshire.
Eldest son of Col. Albert Cantrell Cantrell-Hubhersty,
J P., late Comm. 1st Nottinghamshire (Robin Hood)
Vol. Batt. Sherwood Foresters (Nottinghamshire and
Derbyshire Regt.), V.D., of Ragdale Hall, and Ratcliffe
Hall, and of Alvastou Field, who d. 1915, by Martha
Lydia, who d. 19Iil, 2nd dau. of the late William
Jessop, Esq., of Butterley Hall, Derbyshire ; b. 1877.
Capt. Cantrell-Hubbersty, who was educated at Eton, is
Capt. Reserve of Officers, 15th Hussars, temp. Major in
the Army, Lord of theManors of Ragdale and Ratcliffe,
and Patron of 1 living ; was formerly Lieut. 15th
Hussars. — Ragdale Hall, Leicester ; Carlton Club, s.w.

CAPEL, Aethce, Esq., of BuUand, Somer.set.

Only son of Arthur Capel, Esq., J.P., of Bulland,
who d. 1889, by Elizabeth Catherine, only dau. of
Lieut.-Col. John Smith Keats, of Spring Hill, Wive-
liscombe, Somerset; b. 1854; m. 1891 Amy Isabel,
dau. of Frederick Norton, Esq., aud has, with other
issue, a son, *Arthur John, Lieut. Somerset L.I. and
Major R.A.F. ; educated at Marlborough Coll.. at
Trinity Coll., Oxford, and at the R. Mil. Coll.,
Sandhurst; b. 1894. Mr. Capel, who was educated at
Marlborough Coll. and at Trinity Coll., Oxford (B.A.
1878, M.A. 1881), and called to "the Bar at Lincoln's
Inn 1880, is a J. P. and C.Ald. for Somerset.— Bulland
Lodge, ChipstaUe, Wiveliscombe; Oxford and Cambridge
Club, s.w.

CAPEL, Major Christopher, of Prestbury
House, Gloucestershire.
Only son of Christopher Capel, Esq., of Presthury
House, who d. 1905, by Elizabeth, 4th dau. of the late
John Maurice Davies, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of Crygie,
and Antaron, Cardiganshire, and widow of Charles
James Haley Richardes, Esq., H.E.I.C.S. ; b. 1877.
Major Capel, who was educated at Oriel Coll., Oxford,
and was formerly Capt. 4th Batt. Gloucestershire Regt.,
is Major ret., late Capt. and temp. Major Gloucester-
shire Regt., Special Keser-ve.— Prestburtj House, Prest-
bury, Glottcestershire ; Junior Carlton Club, s.w. ;
New Club, Cheltenham.

CAPEL, Lieut.-Col. William, of The Grove,
Gloucestershire.
Only son of William Capel, Esq., of The Grove, a J.P.
and D.L. for Gloucestershire (High .Sheriff 1848), who
d. 1883, by Sarah his wife, who d. 1888; b. 1848
m. 1870 Sophia Arabella Edith, who d. 1900, eldest
dau. of the late Fitzmaurice Gustavus Bloomfield, Esq.,
J.P., of New Park, co. Waterford, and has a dau.,
* Edith Beatrice ; m. 1904 Lieut.-Col. (temp. Brigadier-
Gen.) Hugh Roderick Stockley, CLE., R.E., and has,
with other issue, a son, * Ralph, b. 1906. Lieut.-Col.
Capel is a J.P. for Gloucestershire, and Lieut.-Col.
ret. late S. Lancashire (P.W.V.) Regt.— T/ic Grove,
near Stroud ; Naval and Military Club, w.

CAPELL. See -Essex, Earl of.

CAPPEL, Sir Albert James Leppoc, K.C.I.E.
— Cr. 1887.
Son of the late Mr. James Leppoc Cappel ; b. 1836 ; m.
1873 Fanny Gibbon, who d. 1907, dau. of the late Gen.



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Sir Frauk Turner, K.C.B., K.A. Sir Albert Cappel
was Director-Gen. of Indian Telegraphs 1883-0.— 27,
Kensington Court Gardens, w.

CAPPER, Major-Gen. Sir John Edwaed,
K.C.B— Cr. 1917.

Second son of William Copcland Capper, Esq., Bengal
Civil Service, who d. 1903, by .Sarah, who d. 1906,
eldest dan. of the late William Taylor Copeland, Esq.,
of Stoke; b. 1861 ; m. 1895 Edith Mary, eldest d,au.
of the late Joseph Beausire, Esq., of Liverpool. Sir
John Capper, who was educated at Wellington Coll.,
is a Major-Gen. late R.E. ; was in command of
Railway Pioneer Regt. and Commandant of Johannes,
burg in S. Africa 1899-1902; Commandant and
Superintendent Balloon School and Factory, Aldershot,
1906-9 ; Commandant Balloon School 1909-10 and
Schoolof Mil. Engineering, Chatham, 1911-U ; Deputy
Inspector-Gen. of Communications 1914-15 ; Chief
Engineer 1915 and a Div. Commander 1915-17 ;
appointed Director-Gen. Tank Corps 1917.— A'nTO^
and Military Club, w.

CAPPER, WiNEFRiDE Mart, Lady.

Elder dau. of the Hon. Robert Joseph Gerard-Diccon-
son, of Wrightington Hall, Lancashire, who d. 1918,
by Eleanor Sarah, 2nd dau. of the late William John
Bankes (formerly Murray), Esq., of Rosemount, Ross-
shire; m. 1908 Sir Thompson Capper, K.C.M.G., C.B..
D.S.O., a Major-Gen., late E. Lancashire Regt., who
was a Professor at the Staff Coll. 1903-4, D.A.A.G.
there 1904-6, Commandant of the Indian Staff Coll.,
with the temp, rank of Brigadier-Gen., 1906-11, in
command of the 13th Infantry Brigade, Irish Com-
mand, 1911-14, Inspector of Infantry, Home Forces,
1914 and in command of a Div. 1914-15, and who was
cr. K.C.M.G. 1916 and rf. of wounds received in action
1915.— 67, Portland Court, w.

CAPPER, Capt. Robert Harcoubt Ord, of The
Northgate, Hereford stire.

Eldest son of Richard Harcourt Capper, Esq., late of
The Northgate, by Julia, who d. 1916, eldest dau. .and
co-heiress of the late Henry Forde, Esq., of Abbeyfield,
Cheshire; b. 1862; m. 1903 Lilian Georgette, eldest
dau. of the late Wilson Noble, Esq., of Park Place, |
Berkshire, and has, with other issue, a son, * Ingram ,
Ord, b. 1907. Capt. Capper was formerly in the
Prince of Wales's N. Staffordshire Regt.— We North-
gate, Herefordshire.

CAPRON, George Herbert, Esq., of South-
wick Hall, Northamptonshire.
Eldest son of the Rev. George Halliley Capron, J.P., of
Southwick Hall, who d. 1909, by Anna Henrietta, who
d. 1875,5th dau. of the late John Smith, Esq., of Oundle,
Northamptonshire; i. 1855; m. 1896 Edith Mirabelle,
eldest dau. of Theodore Walker, Esq., of Glenn Hall,
Leicestershire, and has, with other issue, a son, »George
Theodore Herbert, Lieut. R.E. ; educated at the R.
Mil. Academy, Woolwich ; h. 1897. Mr. Capron, who
was educated at Uppingham and at Trinity Coll.,
Cambridge (B.A. 1878), is a Magistrate for North-
.^mptonshire, Lord of the Manor of Stoke Doyle,
and Patron of 2 \W\ags.— Southwick Hall, Oundle,
Northamptonshire.

CARAHER, Thomas Joseph, Esq., of Cardis-
ton, CO. Loath.
Third son of Michael Caraher, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of
Cardiston, who d. 1893, by Alicia, who d. 1911,



youngest dau. of the late Peter Verdon, Esq., of Liver-
pool; h. 1868. Mr. Caraher, who was educated at
TuUabeg and at Clongowes Wood Coll., is a Magistrate
for CO. Louth. — Cardiston, Ardee, co. I/)uth.

CARBERY, Lord (John Evans-Fkeke).— Cr.
1715.

Elder son of Algernon William George, 9th Lord, by
Mary (who m. 2ndly 1902 Arthur Wellesley Sandford,
Esq., M.D., of Frankfield House, co. Cork), 2ud dau.
of .Henry Joseph Toulmin, Esq., formerly of Child-
wickbury, Hertfordshire; b. 1892; s. 1898; m. 1913
Jose, dau. of Evelyn Metcalfe, Esq., of Chester Place,
Hyde Park, and has a dau., Fabienne Jose. Lord
Carbery, who was educated at Harrow and at Trinity
Coll., Cambridge, \vas formerly Midshipman R. Naval
Vol. Reserve. — Castle Freke, Clonakilty, co. Cork.

Ileir Pres., his brother RaUe, Lieut. Rifle Brigade ; educated

■ at Eton and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ; h. 1897 : m.

1919 Vera Harrington, dau. of 0. Harringtou Moore, Esq.

CARBERY, Victoria Cecil, Lady, of Glaston
House, Rutland.
Younger dau. of Brownlow, 2nd Mar


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