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with the temp, rank of Surgeon-Gen., 1913.— il/arf-
borough, East India United Service, and Ranelagh
Clubs, s.w.; Savage Club, w.c; 9, Manchester Square, V!.

' Manor, Bedfordshire.
Anne Jane, dau. of the late Rev. Edmond Riland
Williamson, of Kempston Manor, Rector of Campton,
Bedfordshire; m. 1878 the Rev. George Charles, who
with his wife, assumed, by royal license, the additional
surname of Williamson, and who d. ISSO.—Kempston
Manor, Bedford.




CHARLBSWORTH, Charles Ernest, Esq.,
of Conyngham Hall, Toi-ksliire.

Second son of Joseph Charleswortli, Esq., J.P., of
Lofthouse Park, Yorkshire, who d. 1858, by Susanna,
who d. 1898, dau. of the late Robert Demaine, Esq., of
Hazel-wood ; b. 184!) ; m. 1871 Fanny, who d. 1917, 2nd
dau. of the late William Statter, Esq., J.P., of The Old I
Hall, Snapethorpe, Yorkshire, and has had, with other i
issue, John Stobart (eldest son), a J.P. for the W.
Riding of Yorkshire and an Hon. Major in the Army ; [
late temp. Major Local Reserve Batt., previously 12th
(Service) Batt. (Miners) Yorkshire L.I. ; b. 1875; m.
1900 Winnie, dau. of N. Fleming, Esq., and d.s.p.i
1918 ; and * Charles Bertram (2nd son), temp. Lieut.-
Col. 12th (Service) Batt. K.O. Yorkshire L.I. ; edu-
cated at Eton and at Cambridge; b. 1877; m. 1898

, dau. of . Mr. Charlesworth, who was

educated at Cheltenham Coll., is a Magistrate for the W. ;
Riding of Yorkshire (High Sheriff of Yorkshire 1914),
and joint Lord of the Manors of Silkstone, Burley, and
Carlton, Yorkshire. — Conyngham Hall, Knaresborough,
Yorkshire; Conservative, and Htirlingham Clubs, s.w. ;
Yorkshire Club, York.

CHARLESWORTH, John Hubert, Esq., of
Dunwood Manor, Hampshire.
Second son of Joseph Charlesworth, Esq., J.P., of
Lofthouse Park, Yorkshire, and of Glenapp Castle,
Ayrshire, who d. 1901, by Eva Gwenelin, 2nd dau. of
the late Adam Eyton, Esq., of Llanerchymor and
Coed Mawr, Flintshire; b. 1883; m. 1908 Clara i
Gwenelin, elder dau. of William Charlesworth, Esq.,
J.P., of Pound House, Devonshire. Mr. Charlesworth
is an Hon. Lieut, in the Army, late Hampshire
Carabineers Yeo., Lord of the Manors of Dunwood
and Longstock, Hampshire, and joint Lord of the
Manors of Silkstone, Burley, and Carlton, Yorkshire. —
Dunwood Manor, Romsey, Hampshire ; E. Automobile ,
CM, s.w.

CHARLESWORTH, William, Esq., of Pound
House, Devonshire.
Fourth son of Joseph Charlesworth, Esq., J.P., of
Lofthouse Park, "iorkshire, who d. 1858, by Susanna, j
who d. 1898, dau. of the late Robert Demaine, Esq. ;
J. 1858; m. 1880 Florence Evadne, 3rd dau. of the
late Adam Eyton, Esq., J.P., of Llanerchymor, and
Coed Mawr, Flintshire, and has, with other issue, a
son, * William Harold, 6. 1882; m. 1909 Edith, dau.
of the late Alexander Duncan, Esq. Mr. Charles-
worth is a Magistrate for Dorset and for Devon.
— Pound House, Hawkchurch, Devonshire.


CHARLEVILLE. See Howard-Bury. j

CHARLEY, Edward Johnson, Esq., of Seymour
Hill, CO. Antrim.
Eldest surviving son of William Charley, Esq., J.P. and
D.L., of Seymour Hill and Conway House, co. Antrim,
and of Mossvale, co. Down, who d. 1890, by Ellen Anna
Matilda, who d. 1890, dau. of the late Edward John-
son, Esq., J.P., of Ballymacash, co. Antrim; b. 1859.
Mr. Charley is a J.P. for co. Antrim and was High
Sheriff 1913. — Seymour Hill, Dunmurry, co. Antrim;
Junior Constitutional Club, w. ; Ulster Club, Belfast.

CHARLEY, Walter Roberts Mathew, Esq.,
of Aranmore, co. Donegal.

Only surviving son of John Stouppe Charley, Esq.,
J.P., of Finaghy House, co. Antrim, and Aranmore,
who d. 1878, by Mary Stewart, who d. 1915, dau. of
the late Francis Forster, Esq., J.P., of Roshine Lodge,
CO. Donegal; b. 1859; m. 1899 Mary, dau. nf J. A.
Simpson, Esq., of Innisfail, Alberta, Canada. — Resi-
dence: Fine Lake, Alberta, Canada.


Clara, dau. of the late F. G. Harbord, Esq., of Kirby
Park, Cheshire ; m. 1890 Sir William Thomas Charley,
K.C., D.C.L., who was Common Seq'eant of London
1878-92,aD.L.forLondon,PastMasteroftheLorincrs CHARLTON, Mrs., of Kelsterton, Flintshire.

CHARLTON, Vice-Admiral Sir Edward
Francis Benedict, K.C.M.G., C.B.— Cr.

Eldest son of Edward Charlton, Esq., M.D., D.C.L., of
Eldon Square, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, who ti. 1874, by
his 2nd wife Margaret Jane, who d. 1914, eldest dau.
of the late Edward Bellasis, Esq., Serjeant-at-Law ; b.
1866; m. 1st 1903 Laura Mary, who d. 1909, only
dau. of the late Hon. Arthur Stnitt; 2ndly 1910
Winifrede Mary, ith dau. of the late Frederick A nnesley
Stapleton-Bretherton, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of The HaU.
Rainhill, Lancashire, and of Heathfield House, Hamp-
shire. Sir Edward Charlton, who was educated at
Ushaw Coll. and at the R. Academy, Gosport, is a
Vice-Adm. and a Comm. of the Legion of Honour ;
has the Order of the Brilliant Star of Zanzibar, 1st
Class; was Commodore of Destroyers 1908-10;
Assistant Director of Torpedoes at the Admiralty
1911-14; A.D.C. to H.M. King George V. 1911-13;
Adm. of Mine Sweepers 1914-16, and Commander-
in-Chief at the Cape 1916-18, appointed to command
the E. Coast of England 19\».— Eastern House, Alver-
stoke, Gosport ; United Service Club, s.w. ; R. Aero
Club, w.

CHARLTON, Capt. Geoffrey Nicholas, of
Chilwell Hall, Nottinghamshire.
Only son of Nicholas John Charlton, Esq., J.P., of
Chilwell Hall, who d. 1892, by his 1st wife Nannette
Fanny, who rf. 1874, 6th dau. of the late John Carve
Athorpe, Esq., of Dinnington Hall, Yorkshire ; b. 1873 ;
m. 1895 Mary, eldest dau. of the late Major Poyntz,
and has, with a dau., a son, * Nicolas Poyntz, b. 1900.
Capt. Charlton, who was formerly Capt. S. Nottingham-
shire Yeo. Cav. and previously Lieut. Sussex Art. E.
Div. R.A., is a Magistrate for Nottinghamshire and
Capt. ret., late R. Defence Corps. — Chilwell Hall,
Chilwell, Nottinghamshire.

Co., Hon. Col. 3rd V. Batt. R. Fusiliers, V.D.;
for Salford 1868-80, aud who was cr. Knt. IS
d. 1904.


Gwendoline Mary Owen, eldest dau. of Thomas Bate,
Esq., of Kelsterton, who d. 1910, by Percnna, dau. of
the late William Owen, Esq., J.P., of Blessington, co.
Wicklow; m. 1906 John William Charlton, Esq., of
Huntingdon, Dumfries, and has, with other issue, a son,
•John Roger Owen, b. 1908. Mrs. Charlton s. her
brother Thomas Bate, Esq., Lieut. 6th (Flintshire) Batt. i
E. Welsh Fusiliers, who was killed in action, 1917.—
Residence : Plas Bellin, Ncrthop, N. Wales.

CHARLEY, Capt. Arthur Frederick, of
Mossvale, co. Down.

Fifth son of William Charley, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of

Seymour Hill and Conway House, co. Antrim, and of

Mossvale, who d. 1890, by Ellen Anna Matilda, who
. d. 1890, dau. of the hate Edward Johnson, Esq., J.P., ^^ . ^.^ mr^w m , „ ijir,,,,... l?r. ^f n ^

of Ballymacash, co. Antrim; b. 1870; .duclted at , CHARLTON, ThOMAS WiLLIAM, Esq., of Col-

Cheltenham Coll. ; is temp. Capt. 11th (Service) Batt. j leton Hall, Devon.

R. Irish Rifles. — Mossvale, Lambeg, co. Down; Ulster] Second son of Thomas Broughton Charlton, Esq., of

Club, Belfast. ' Chilwell Hall, Notts, who d. 1886, by Fanny Dora,





who d. 1898, dau. of the late Jolm Walter, Esq., M.P.,
of Bear Wood, Berks ; b. 1856 ; m. 1 898 Maud Lovell,
only dau. of the late Baron De Behr. Mr. Charlton
was educated at Rugby. — Colleton Hall, Witheridge.

CHAHLTON, William Henky, Esq., of Hesley-
side, Northumberland.
Eldest son of William Oswald Charlton, Esq., of Hes-
leyside, Northumberland, who d. 1894, by Mary, dau.
of Archibald Campbell, Esq., of U.S.A. ; h. 1876; m.
1914 Bridget Angela, dau. of the late William L.
Purcell, Esq., of Saltillo, Mexico, and has a dau.,
Mary Ellen Patricia. Mr. Charlton, who was edu-
cated at Edgbaston, is Lieut. Reserve of Officers, Capt.
Northumberland Hussars Yeo. and temp. Lieut, and
Hon. Capt. R.A.F. ; late Lieut. 12th Lancers. — Cavalry
Club, -w.

CHARLTON. See Anne, of Burghwallis, and Meyrick,
Bart., a: n9,0.

CHARNWOOD, Lord (Godfrey Rathbone
Benson).— Cr. 1911.

Fourth son of William Benson, Esq., J.P., of Langtons,
Hampshire, who d. 1887, by Elizabeth, who d. 1892,
dau. of the late Thomas Smith, Esq., of Colebrooke
Park, Kent; h. 1864; m. 1897 Dorothea Mary Roby,
dau. of the late Roby Thorpe, Esq., of Nottingham.
Lord Charnwood, who was educated at Winchester
and at Balliol Coll., Oxford, of which he was formerly a
Lecturer (B.A. 1888, M.A. 1890) and called to the Bar
at the Inner Temple 1898, is a J.P.and D.L. for Stafford-
shire and Hon. Commandant 1/llthBatt. Co. of London
Vol. Regt., and was formerly temp. Major 11th Batt.
Co. of London Vol. Regt., previously Lieut. 1st Vol.
Batt. Hampshire Regt. and M.P. for Mid Oxfordshire
\%^-i-b.—Stowe House, Lichfield, Stiffordshire ; Broois't
Chib.s.-w.; lOS, Eaton Square, s.w.
Beir,his son John Roby, b. 1901.

CEEARRE. See Lavy-Ckarri.

CHARRINGTON, Capt. Edward Somerset,
of Burys Court, Surrey.
Elder son of Nicholas Edward Cbarrington, Esq., of
Euros Manor, Reigate, Surrey, who d. 1894, by Isabella,
dau. of the late George Arthur Fuller, Esq., of The
Rookery, Dorking, Surrey ; b. 1875 ; s. his grandmother
Mrs. Georgiana Tryee Mary Charrington 1911 ; m.
1898 Charlotte Emma, younger dau. of Henry Wise,
Esq., of Silver Rill House, Overbury, Tewkesbury, and
has, with other issue, a son, * Hugh Nicholas, b. 1899.
Capt. Charrington, who was educated at Eton, and was
temp. Capt. Remount Service 1915-18, is Capt. ret. —
Burys Court, Leigh, Reigate, Surrey.

CHARRINGTON, Spencer Calmeter, Esq., of
Winchfield House, and Winchfield Lodge,
Eldest son of Spencer Charrington, Esq., M.P., of
Hunsdon House, Hertfordshire, who d. 1904, by Alethe
Charlotte Pauline, who d. 1883, dau. of the late Ven.-
John Gerard Calmeyer, Archdeacon of Hammerfest,
Norway; b. 1854; m. 1884 Alice, only dau. of Capt.
Henry John Brown, late Rifle Brigade.of Amwell Bury,
Hertfordshire, and has, with other issue, an only son,
» Harold Vincent Spencer, M.C. (with Bar), Capt. and
Brevet Major 12th Lancers, Special Reserve, late 12th
Lancers, and a Chevalier of the Legion of Honour ;
has the French Croix de Guerre ; educated at Eton and
at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst; b. 1886; m. 1914
Eleanor Stella, youngest dau. of the late Right Hon.
Arthur Frederick Jeffreys, M.P., of Burkham House,

Hampshire, and has 2 dans. Mr. Charrington, who
was educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1878,
M.A. 1881), was formerly Lieut. Hampshire Carabi-
neers Imp. Yeo. and is Lord of the Manor of Winch-
field. — Winchfield Lodge, Winchfield, Hampshire;
Oxford and Cambridge Club, s.w.

CHARTERIS, Lieut.-Col. Richard Butler, of
Cahir Park, co. Tipperary.

Elder son of Lieut.-Col. the Hon. Richard Charteris, of
Cahir Lodge (now Cahir Park), who d. 1874, by Lady
Margaret, who d. 1915, eldest dau. and co-heiress of
Richard (Butler), 2nd Earl of Glengall {ext.); b. 1866 ;
m. 1890 Pamela, only dau. of the late Robert Dyer,
Esq., of Layham Hall. Suffolk. Lieut.-Col. Charteris,
who was A.D.C. to the Inspector-Gen of Cav. 1907-8,
is an Hon. Lieut, in the Army, Major T.F. Reserve, late
Major and Hon. Lieut.-Col. "Warwickshire Yeo., T.D.,
and a J.P. and D.L. for co. Tipperary (High Sheritf
1919).— C«*t> rark, Tipperary; White's Club, s.w.;
Turf Club, w. ; R. Yacht Squadron, Couies.

March, Earl of.

CHARTERS, Washington, Esq., of Horringer
Manor, SufiFolk.
Second surviving son of George Washington Charters,
Esq., of Craigavad, co. Down, who d. 1900, by Mary
Anne, dau. of Joseph Coates, Esq.. of Eyton, Hereford-
shire; h. 1862; TO. 1893 Cecilia Margaret, 3rd dau. of
the late Duncan Proby Mackenzie, Esq., and has, with
other issue, a son, * Charles Washington, b. 1897. Mr.
Charters was educated at Malvern Coll. — Horringer
Manor, Bury St. Edmunds ; Orleans Club, s.w.; West
Suffolk County Club^ Bury St. Edmunds.

CHATER, Sir Catchick Paul, Knt., C.M.G.
— Cr. 1902.

Son of the late Chater Paul Chater, of Calcutta ; b.
1846. Was M.E.C. of Hong Kong, 1886-1910, and is
M.L.C. and a J.P. for Hong Kong, and a Member of
the Legion of Honour. — Marble Hall, Hong Kong ;
Constitutional Club, w.c. ; Thatched House Club, s.w.;
R. Thames Yacht Club, w.

CHATER-PAWSITT, Henry Gibbon, Esq., of
Walkington Hall, Yorkshire.
Son of the Rev. Daniel Sutcliife Chater, Vicar of
Blackawton, Devonshire, who d. 1896, by Eliza, who d.
1912, eldest dau. of the late William Gibbon, Esq., of
Kettering, Northamptonshire; b. 1856 ; s. John Daniel
FerguBon-Fawsilt, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 1908; m. 1895
Annie Gertrude Fawsitt, elder dau. of the late Joseph
Holt, Esq., J.P., of The Grange, Farnborough, Hamp-
shire, and of Ogbeare Hall, Devonshire, by his 1st wife
Mary Annette, who d. 1852, younger dau. and co-heiress
(with her sister the late Mrs. Fergusou-Fawsitt, of
Walkington Hall) of the late John Fawsitt, Esq.,
of High Hunsley, i'orkshire. Mr. Chater-Fawsitt
assumed the additional surname of Fawsitt on his
ma.nvAgfi.— Walkington Hall, Beverley, Yorkshire; 14,
Vernon Terrace, Brighton ; R. Automobile Club, s.w.

— Cr. 1913.

Second son of Thomas Chatfeild-Clarke, Esq.,
F R I.B.A., J.P., of Oatfield, Wootton, Isle of Wight,
who d. 1895, by Ellen, who d. 1901, 3rd dau. of the
late John Sutton Nettlefold, Esq., of Highgato; b.




1863. Sir Edgar Chatfeild-Clarke, who was educated
at King's Coll. School, London, is a J. P. for
Hampshire ; a CO. for the Isle of Wight, a Member
of the Isle of Wight Education Committee add
Advisory Committee re the appointment of Magis-
trates, and Cliairman of the Advisory Committees for
theBoroughsof Ryde and Newport.— OnA^/icW, Wootton,
fsle of Wight; Beform Club, s.w.

CHATFIELD, Capt. Sir (Alfred) Eenle
MoNTACUTE, K.C.M.G., C.B., C.V.O.— 1
Or. 1919. 1

Eldest son of Adm. Alfred John Chatfield, C.B., who j
d. 1910, by Louisa, who d. 1915, dau. of the late
Thomas Faulconer, Esq., J.P. ; b. 1873 ; m. 1909
Lillian Emma, only dau. of George Lipscombe
Matthews, Esq., of Ingoldsby, Birchington. Sir Ernie
Chatfield is Capt. R.N. ; was Capt. H.M.S. " Medina" 1
during the tour in India of T.M. King George V. and
Queen Mary 1911-12, and Principal Gunnery Officer
of the Fleet 1916-19 ; appointed 4th Sea Lord of the |
Admiralty 1919.— ^rm.v and Navy Club, s.w.; 16,
Bevonport Street, Hyde Park, w.

CHATTBRTON, Fkank, Esq., of Somerby
Hall, Lincolnshire.

Eldest son of John Chatterton, Esq., of Conesby,
Lincolnshire, who d. 188.5, by Helena, who d. 1917,
dau. of the late William Sutton, Esq., of Spridlington,
Lincolnshire; b. 1862; ?n. 1894 Mary Carr, dau. of
William Abraham, Esq., of Croxby, Lincolnshire, and
has, with other issue, a son, * Edward Kenneth, b.
1902. Mr. Chatterton, who was educated at Queen
Elizabeth Grammar School, Gainsborough, is a Magis-
trate for Parts of Liudsey, Lincolnshire, and Lord
of the Manors of Ashby and Somerby. — Somerby Hall,
Barnetby, Lincolnshire.

CHATTERTON, Mrs., of New Park, co.

Florence Henrietta, 2nd dau. of Major Charles William
Gore, 72nd Highlanders, of Derrymore, co. Clare, who
d. 1881, by Kate, dau. of the late Hugh Faulkner,
Esq., of Fort Faulkner, co. Wicklow ; m. 1st 1875 Capt.
Edward William Duulo Croker, Argyll and Sutherland
Highlanders, who d. 1893 ; 2ndly 1902, as his 2nd wife,
the Right Hon. Hedges Eyre Chatterton, K.C., LL.D.,
of New Park, a J.P. for cos. Dublin and Cork, and a
Bencher of King's Inns, Dublin, who was Solicitor-
Gen, for Ireland 1866-7 ; Attorney-Gen. in 1867 ; Vice-
Chancellor of Ireland 1867-1904, and M.P. for Dublin
Univ. Feb.-Aug. 1867, and who d.s.p. 1910. — New Park,
Blackroch, co. Dublin ; Ladies' Athenaum Club, w. ;
23, Hill Street, s.w.

CHAUVEL, Major-Gen. Sir Henry Geoege,
G.C.M.G., K.C.B.— Cr. K.O.M.G. 1917,
K.G.B. 1918, G.C.M.G. 1919.

Seodiid son of Charles Henry Edward Chauvel, Esq.,
of Canning Downs South, Warwick, Queensland, and
Tabulam, Clarence River, N.S.W., who d. 1896, by
Fanny Ada Mary, who d. 1916, 3rd dau. of the late
Henry Kerrison James, Esq., of Sydney, N.S.W. ; b.
1865; m. 1906 Sibyl Campbell Keith, 2nd dau. of
George Keith Jopp, Esq., of Karaba, Brisbane, Queens,
land. Sir Henry Chauvel, who was educated at Sydney
Grammar School, N.S.W. , and at Toowoomba Gram-
mar School, Queensland, is a Major-Gen. and temp.
Lieut.-Gen. Australian Imperial Force, and Represen-
tative, Dominions Section, War Office ; joined N.S.W.
Cav. 1886 and Queensland Mounted Infantry 1900;
was employed with Queensland Mounted Police, with
the rank of Sub-Inspector, 1894-6 ; Adjutant 1st

Contingent Queensland Mounted Infantry and subse-
quently Comm. 7th Australian Commonwealth Horse
in S. Africa 1899-1902 ; Hon. A.D.C. to the Governor
of Queensland 1899-1901 ; A.D.C. to the Governor-
Gen. of Australia 1904-1 1 and Adjutant-Gen. to the Mil.
Forces of Australia 1911-14; is Comm. the Desert
Column, Egyptian Expeditionary Force ; has the Order
of the Nile, 2nd Class, and the French Croix de Guen'e.
— Melbourne Club, Melbourne.


Frances Hannah, only dau. of Arthui- Ryland, Esq., of
TheLinthurst Hill, Worcester.shire, and of Birmingham ;
m. 1885 Sir Thomas Frederick Chavasse, M.D.,
F.R.C.S., a J.P. for Warwickshire, and Hon. Consulting
Surgeon to the Birmingham Gen. Hospital, who was
Hon. Surgeon 1882-1912, and Senior Surgeon 1895-
1912, and who was cr. Knt. 1905 and d. 1913.— The
Linthurst Hill, Burnt Green, Worcestershire.

CHAWNER, Major William Hampden, of
Shotters, Hamp.sliire.

Eldest son of Capt. Edward Henry Chawner, late 77th
Foot, formerly of Newton Manor, Hampshire, who d.
1916, by his 1st wife Sidney Frances, who d. 1864,
dau. of the late John Hampden Gledstanes, Esq., of
Che.shunt, Hertfordshire; b. 1859; m. 1st 1888
Jeanne, who d. 1900, dau. of Charles Louis Frederick
Lederry, Esq., of Geneva ; 2ndly 1902 Edith Cony ng-
ham, younger dau. of the late Rev. John Alexander
Frere, Vicar of Shillington, Bedfordshire, Senior Dean
of Trinity Coll., Cambridge, and one of H.M.'s Chaplains
at Whitehall, and has, with other issue, a son, »Francis
Hampden Dennis, temp. Lieut. 5th (Service) Batt. R.
Inniskilling Fusiliers, previously 6th (Service) Batt.
Dorsetshire Regt. ; b. 1889. Major Chawner, who
was educated at Eastbourne Coll. and at the R. Mil.
Coll., Sandhurst, is Major Reserve of Officers, and
Major ret. late Essex Regt., previously R. Irish Regt.,
and was temp. Major Training Reserve 1914-18. —
Shotters, Newton Valence, Alton, Hampshire; Junior
United Service Club. s.w.

CHAWORTH, Lord. See Meath, Earl of.


CHAYTOR, Sir Edmund Huqh, Bart., of
Croft Hall, and Clervanx Castle, York-
shire ; of Witton Castle, co. Durham ; and
formerly of Shepleigh Court, Devonshire.
— Cr. 1831.
Third and only surviving son of Sir William Chaytor,
3rd Bart., who d. 1896, by Mary, who d. 1917, young-
est dau. of the late Col. Henry Van Straubenzee, of
Spennithorne House, Yorkshire ; A. 1876 ; «. his brother
Sir Walter Clervaux Chaytor, 5th Bart., 1913; m. 1912
Isobel, dau. of Thomas Scott, Esq., of Darlington.
Sir Edmund Chaytor, who was educated at Repton, is
Lieut, (on probation) R.A.S.C., Special Reserve, pre-
viously Scots Guards, Special Reserve, and alternate
Patron of 1 living. — Witton Castle, Witton-le-Wear
E.S.O.,co. Durham; Clervaux Castle, Croft, Darlington ;
Guards' Club, s.w.

Beir, his sori 'William Henry Clervanx, b. 1914.

CHAYTOR, Alexandra Leila, Lady.

Only child of the Rev. Frederick Alfred John Hervey,
C.V.O., M.A., Domestic Chaplain to T.M. Queen
Victoria, King Edward VII. and King George V.,
and Canon of Norwich, who d. 1910, by Mabel
Elizabeth, eldest dau. of the late Major-Gen. Augustus
Frederick Francis Lennox; m. 1st 1909 Sir Walter


Clervaux Chaytor, 5th Bart., ii
1914 George Pym Gore, Esq.,
Special Reserve. — Gainford, co



lio (l.s.p. 1913 ;
Lieut. Welsh (

CHAYTOR, Major-Gen Sir Edward Walter '
Cleevaux, K.C.M.G., C.B.— Cr. 1918. I

EldfSt son of John Clerv:iux Ciiaytor, Esq., of Croft,
Yorkshire, and of Marshlands, Marlborough, New 1
Zealand, by Emma, ivho (/. 1913, dau. of the late Edward I
Fearon, Esq., of Nelson, New Zealand; b. 1868; m.
1898 Louisa Jane, only dau. of the late Charles Sweeney j
Collins, Esq. Sir Edward Chaytor, who was educated j CHE A.PB,

2ndlyl India, who d. VjV2, by Anna Lillias, who d. 1910,
uards, eldest dau. of the late Col. Charles Cheape, of
I Killundine; 4.1855; «, 1902 Ellin Alexandra (Lina),
youngest dau. of the late James Townsend Oswald,
Esq., of .Dunnikier, Fife. Major Cheape, who was
educated at Glenalmond, and has assumed the surname
of Cheape, is a Magistrate for Argyllshire and for
Fife, and Mlajor ret., late Indian Army.— Killundine,
Argyllshire; Dyer's Brae, St. Andrews; Wellington
Club, s.w. ; New Club, Edinburgh.

at Nelson Coll., New Zealand, is a Major-Gen. New \
Zealand Staff; was A.A.G. New Zealand Expeditionary j
Force 1915-17, since when he has commanded a Brigade;
appointed an A.D.C. to H.M. King George V. 1917;
has the Serbian Order of the White Eagle, 3rd Class, !
with Swords, and the Order of the Nile, 2nd Class.— '•
80, Broad Street, Palmerston Vortk, New Zealand ; \
126, The Terrace, Wellington, New Zealand; Wellington [
Club, Wellington.

K.C., ofl

Brigadier-Gen. Geoege Ronald

Hamilton, C.M.G., D.S.O. (with Bar),
M.C., of Wellfield, Fifeshire ; and of
Tiroran, Argyllshire.
Second son of Capt. George Clarke Cheape, of Well-
field, who d. 1900, by Maude Mary {u'hom see), eldest
surviving dau. and heiress of the late Richard Hem-
ming, Esq., of Bentley Manor, Worcestershire ; A. 1881 ;
m. 1912 Margaret Bruce, elder dau. of Joseph Bruce
Ismay, Esq., of Sandheys, Liverpool, and has, with
other issue, a son, *George Richard, b. 1913. IJriga-
dier-Gen. Cheape, who was educated at Trinity Coll.,
Glenalmond, and in H.M.S. " Britannia," is an Hon.
Brigadier-Gen. ret., late Major and Brevet Lieut.-Col.
1st King's Dragoon Guards, and a D.L. for Fife;

CHAYTOR, Alfred Henry, Esq
Iridge Place, Sussex.
Second sou of John Clervaux Chaytor, Esq., of Croft,
Yorkshire, and of Marshlands, Marlborough, New
Zealand, by Emma, who d. 1913, dau. of the late
Edward Fearon, Esq., of Nelson, New Zealand ; b. 1869 ;
m. 1899 Dorothy Elizabeth, eldest dau. of Harry Percy
Burrell, Esq., and has, with other issue, a son, * Alfred

Drewett, educated at Eton ; A. 1901. Mr^,Cha^ytor, CHEAPE, James, Esq., of Strathtyrum, and

Lathockar, Fifeshire.

commanded a Brigade, with the temp, rank of Briga-
dier-Gen., 1917-19 ; has the French Croi; " "
Wellfield, Gateside, N.B.


who was educated at Durham School and at Clare Coll.,
Cambridge, of which he was formerly a Fellow (B A.
and LL.B. 1892, M.A. 1896), called to the Bar at the
Inner Temple 1894, and appointed a K.C. 1914, was;
formerly Capt. 8th (City of London) Batt. London Regt., !
and is Ixird of the Manor of Etchingham-cum-Salehurst. ]
— Iridge Place, Hurst Green, Sussex ; O.vford and
Cambridge Club, s.w. ; 42, Ladbroke Square, w. I

CHAYTOR, Lieut.-Col. Clervaux Alexander, I
D.S.O., of Spennithorne Hall, Yorkshire.
Eldest son of Clen-aux Darley Chaytor, Esq., of
Spennithorne Hall, who d. 1895, by Frances Louisa, '
who d. 1907, eldest dau. of the late Rev. James Alex- j
ander Birch, Rector of Middlebam, Yorkshire ; h. ] 881. '
Lieut.-Col. Chaytor is Lord of the Manor of Spenni-
thorne, Major and Brevet Lieut.-Col. K.O. Yorkshire
L.I., and temp. Lieut.-Col. Comm. 4th Batt., and was
temp. Lieut.-Col. Service Batt. Lancashire Fusiliers
1915-16 and Service Batt. R. Scots Fusiliers 1918;
has the French Croix de Guerre, with Palm. — Spenni-
thorne Hall, Leyburn.

CHEALES, John Alan Carnegie, Esq., of
Hagworthingham, Lincolnshire.

Elder son of the Rev. Alan Benjamin Cheales, M.A., of
Hagworthingham, formerly Vicar of Erockham. Surrey,
who d. 1911, by Fanny Louisa, who d. 1908, 2nd dau.
of the late Rev. Henry Carnegie Knox, Vicar of
Lechlade, Gloucestershire; b. 1861; m. 1889 Edith
Maud, 2nd dau. of John Salmon, Esq., of Cleadon Park,
CO. Durham, and has a dau., Dorothy Maud Carnegie,
m. 1916 Capt. Claude Charles Bamber, R. Warwickshire
Regt., who d. 19 — , and has, with other issue, a son,
Claude John Carnegie, b. 1915. Mr. Cheales, who was
educated at Eton and at Exeter Coll., Oxford (B.A.
1889), is the Author of several treat

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