1908 and 1911), and Governor and Commander-in-
Chief thereof 1913-17 ; transferred to British Guiana
1917. — Government House, Georgetown, British Guiana:
IVet^i Indian Clttb, s.w. ; Unicersity of London Club,
COLLETON, Sir Robert Augustus William,
Bart., C.B.— Cr. 1660-1.
Elder *and only surriving son of Sir Robert Augustus
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Fulford Graves Colleton, Sth Bart., by Mary (who d.
1900, having m. 2ndly 1875 Col. William Edward Wal-
lai'e.'who d. 1892). youngest dau. of the late William
Comins, Esq., of Witheridge, Devon ; b. 1854 ; s. 1866 ;
m. 1880 Edith, 3rd dau. of Thomas Robert Abraham,
Esq., of Eversleigh, Surrey, and has 4 dans. Sir Robert
Colleton is an Hon. Brigadier-Gen. ret., late Col.
Comm. R. Welsh Fusiliers ; was Brigade Major Hazara
Campaign 1891 and Officer in charge of Records, Welsh
Border Group of Regimental Dists. 1 906-8, and com-
manded No. 4 Dist., Western Command, 1908-9, and
the Transvaal Dist., S. Africa, with the temp, rank of
Brigadier-Gen., 1909-11 ; served on the Staff 1917-19.
— 8, Portland Terrace, Southsea, Hampshire ; United
Service Club, s.w.
COLLETT-MASON, James Collett, Esq., of I
Nieuport, Herefordshire. I
Eldest surviving son of William Wallis Mason, Esq., I
of H.'athfield, Gloucestershire, who d. 1885, by Mary I
Anne,whorf. 1892,dau.ofthelateWilliamPoole, Esq., |
of Birmingham; b. 1853; ;». 1887 Jessie Susette,
dau. of the late Rev. William Lloyd Collett, M.A., of
St. Stephen's, Uxbridge Road, W., and has, with other
issue, a son, *William Wallis Collett, Lieut, ret., late Sth
Hussars; educated at Eton, at Loretto, and at the R.
Mil. Coll., .Sandhurst; h. 1895. Mr. Collett-Mason.
who assumed the prefix surname of Collett by royal
license 1911, is a J.P. and C.C. for Herefordshire, and
Lord of the Manors of Woonton and Almeley. —
Nieuport, Eardisley B.S.O., Herefordshire; Estaiwia, ■
Santa Micaela, Argentine Republic; Wi7idham, and St. I
Stephen's Clubs, s.w. !|
COLLET, Lady POMEROY-. See Allendale,
Edith Althea, Lady.
COLLET, Mrs., of St. James's Priory, Shrop-
Mary Emily Pass, only child of Thomas Skelding, Esq.,
of Bridgnorth, who d. 1901, by Anne Ursula, dau. of
James Wakeman, Esq., of Worcester ; m. 1869 Richard
Henry Colley, Esq., M.A., of Bridgnorth, a J.P. for
Shropshire, and a Major ret., 1st Vol. Batt. Shropshire
L.I., who d. 1902, leaving a dau., * Louisa Mary ; m.
1895 Gerald Douglas, son of James Best, Esq., J. P., of
Holt Castle, Worcester, and has, with other issue,
* Douglas Richard Colley, b. 1 896.— «. .Tames' s Priory, _
COLLIE, Sir (Robert) John, Knt., C.M.G.,
M.D.— Cr. 1912.
Fourth son of James Collie, Esq., of Cults, Aberdeen-
shire, whof/. 1913, by Christina, who(?. 1876, only dau.
ofthe late Robert Gorham, Esq., of Edinbuivh; b. 1860;
m. 1886 Jessie, 3rd dau. of the late John Edgar, Esq.,
of Locharwoods, Dumfriesshire. Sir John Cidlie. who
was educated at Aberdeen Grammar School and Univ.
(M.B. and CM. 1882, M.D. 1885), was formerly
Vice-President of the Medico Leg;il Society, Home
Office Medical Referee Workmen's Compensation Act
1906, President of Special Medical Board for Neuras-
thenia and Shell-shock, 1916, a Member of the R.
Commis.'-ions on venereal disease and temp. Hon. Col.
A.M.S. 1917; is a J.P. for co. London, a Knight of
Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Medical
Examiner to the London C.C, Chief Medical Officer to
the Metropolitan AVater Board, temp. Major Co. of
London R.A.M.C., and the Author of 'Malingering'
and of other medical and medico-legal works ; ap-
pointed Director of Medical Services for the Ministry
I of Pensions 1918, and Deputy Coroner for the Hatfield
j Dist. of Herts 1919. — Reform, and Ranelagh Clubs,
I s.w. ; New Club, Brighton ; 22, Porchester Terrace.
I Hyd'e Park. w.
COLLIER, Charles, Esq., of Culm.stock
Youngest son of James CoUier, Esq., R. Marines, of
Culmstock Manor, who d. 1869, by Rosalie, who d.
1911, dau. of the late James Marder, Esq.; b. 1864;
m. 1895 Sarah Marie, who d. 1909, only dau. of the
late Major Sidney Robert Streatfeild, 52nd L.I., and
widow of Charles Donaldson-Hudson, Esq., MP., of
Cheswardine, Shropshire. Mr. Collier is Lord of the
Manor of Onlmatoek.—Culmsloc/: Manor, Devonshire ;
Windham Club, s.w. ; Devon and E.vcter Club, Exeter.
COUNTY FAMILIES OF
Esq., and has a dau., Eileen May. Mr. CoUingwood is
a J.P. for ^forthumberland (High Sheriff 1919).—
Dissington Hall, Newcastle-tij)on-Ti/ne.
COLLIER, of Woodtown, Devon. See Cahnady.
COLLIER. See Monkswell.
COLLING, Robert, Esq., of Red Hall, co.
Son of the late John Colling, Esq., of Hurworth, co.
Durham, by Eliza, only dau. of the late Ambrose
Weston. Esq. ; h. 1844; s. his uncle's widow 1890 ; m.
1871 Elizabeth Arthur Worsop, 2Dd dau. of the Eev.
George Scott, Vicar of Coxwold, and has, with other
issue, * Robert Weston, b. 1872; in. 1899 Alice Louise,
2nd dau. of Robert I' Anson, Esq., of Ewell, SuiTey.
Mr. Colling was educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge
(B.A. 186T ).—Hurworth-on-Tees, Darlington.
COLLINGS, the Right Hon. Jesse.
Son ')f the late Thomas Collings, by Elizabeth, dau. of
the late John Palmer; h. 1831 ; m. 18.i9 Emilv, dau.
of the late Edward Oxenbould, Esq. Mr. Collings is
a Magistrate for, and lite Aid. of, Birmingham (Mayor
1879) ; was Secretary to the Local Government Board
in 1886 ; Under-Secretary of State for the Home Depart- 1
ment 1895-1902, and M.P. for Ipswich 1880-6, and]
for Birmingham, Bordesley Div., 1886 1918.— fit?^-,
baston, Birmingham ; Constitutional Club, w.c. j
COLLINGWOOD, Sir William, K.B.E., |
M.Inst.C.E.— Cr. 1917.
Eldest son of the late George CoUingwood, Esq., |
H.E.l.C'.S.; b. 1855; m. 1887 Maria Elisabeth, dau.
of the lute Rev. Gerald Thomson Lermit, LL.D. Sir j
William CoUingwood. who was educated at Dedham
Grammar School, is a Magistrate for Lancashire, |
was Dist. Loco. Superintendent E. Indian Railway [
1880-92; a C.C. for Lancashire 1911-13 ; President
of the Manchester Engineering Employers' Federation
1913, and Chairman of the Co-operative Board of
Management Manchester and Dist. Arni.Tments Output
Committee 1914-18, and has been Managing Director
of the Vulcan Foundry Ltd. since 1892.— il/cre Hou^e,
Ntieton-le-Willows, Lancashire; Dedham Grove, Col-\
Chester, Essex ; Constitutional Cluh,^Y.c.■, St . Stejihen' s
Club, s.w. ; Argentine Club, w.
COLLINGWOOD, Arthur Buedtstt, Esq., of
Lilburn Tower, and Chirton, Northumber- ;
Second son of Edward John CoUingwood, Esq., of
Lilburn Tower and Chirton, who (/. 1895, by Anna,
who d. 1879, 2nd dau. of the late Arthur Burdett,
Esq.; b. 1847; 5. his brother Edward John CoUing-
wood, Esq., J.P., 1903; m. 1872 Sally, eldest dau. of |
Robert Hare, Esq., of Groenfontein, Cape Colony.
Mr. Collingwcod, who was educated at Glenalmond, '
and was formerly in the 86th R. County Down Regt.,
is a Magistrate for Northumberland.— Xj^Akto Tower.
Alnwick; Naval and Military Club, w.
COLLINGWOOD, Edward Gordon, Esq., of
Dissington Hall, Northumberland.
Elder son of the Rev. Robert Gordon Calthrop, M.A.. .
J P who assumed the surname of CoUingwood 1868 and
d. 1903, by Arabella, who d. 1898, dau. of Edward I
CoUingwood, Esq., of Dissington Hall (who assumed
the surname of CoUingwood in lieu of Stanhope, after I
his maternal grandmother in 1816, and