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nd Dragoons (R. Scots Greys),
Special Reserve, and Lieut. Westmorland and Cumber-
land Yeo., is Patron of 1 living; sits in the House of
Lords as Lord Minster, U.K., cr. 1821.— Sfane Castle,
CO. Meath; Mount Charles, co. Donegal; The Lodge,
Glenties, co. Donegal.

Heir Pres, bis uncle. Lord Charles Arthur (younger sou of
George Heurv. 3rd Marquess, who d. 188!, by Lady J»ne
Bt. Maur Blanche, who d. 1907, only child of Charles, 4th
Earl of Harringtou. K.G.). Oept. R. Defeuce Corps; late
Lieut. Rifle Brigade ; educated at Eton and »t the R. Mil.
Coll.,Saudliursi; b. 1871; vi. 1st 18S9 Lana Barbara, who
d. 19U2, dau. of the late Lewis Richard Morgan, Esq.,
of Mordon, Flintshire; Zndly 1010 Aiiuie Brewer, dau.
of Daniel Morgan, Esq., and widow of Andrew Wilson
Hunter, Esq.



-h CONYNGHAM, Major William Arbuthnot
LENOX-, of Spring Hill, co. Londonderry.
Eldest son of Sir AVilliam Fitzwilliam Lenox-
Conyngham, K.C.B., J.P. and D.L., of Spring Hill,
who d. 1906, by Laura Calvert, who d. 1917, dau. of
the late George Arbuthnot, Esq., of Elderslie, Surrey ;
h. 1857; m. 1899 Mina Ethel, younger dau. of the
late Col. James Corry Jones Lowry, of Rockdale, co.
Tyrone, and has, with other issue, a son, » William
Lowry,*. 1903. Major Lenox-Conyngbam is a J.P. for
CO. Londonden-y (High Sheriff 1909), a D.L. for co.
Tyrone (was on the roll for High Sheriff for 1918),
Major ret., late Worcestershire Regt. and Major Gen.
List, late R. Defence Corps, and 1st Garrison Batt.
Middlesex Regt., previously Lieut.-Col. T.F. Reserve
and temp. Lieut.-Cul. Territorial Batt. R. Welsh
Fusiliers. — Spiring Hill, Moneymore, co. Londonderry.

COODE, John Melvili, Esq., of Polcarne,
Cornwall.

Eldest son of John Coode, Esq., of Polcarne, Treasurer
of Cornwall, who d. 1889, by Eliza Sandys, dau. of
Philip Melvili, Esq., of Ethy, Cornwall; b. 1865; m.
1899 Ruth Caroline, dau. of William Pendlebury, Esq.,
of Secunderabad, and has, with other issue, a son,
*John, b. 1900. Mr. Coode, who was educated at
Wellington Coll and at Cooper's Hill R.I.E. Coll.,
is Director of Telegraphs, India. — Polcarne, St.
Austell.

COODE, Mrs. Arthur, of Trevarthian, and
formerly of Pond-dhu, Cornwall.
Louisa Catharin.i, eldest dau. of the late William
Mott, Esq., of Wall, Staffordshire; m. 1869 Arthur
Coode, Esq., of Pond-dhu and Trevarthian, a J.P. for
Cornwall, who d. 1910, leaving a dau., *Louisa
Margaret ; m. 1 895 Henry Curwen Biscoe Smith, Esq.,
of Emsworth, Hampshire.— 7>eDariAia?^, St. Amtell,
Cornwall.

COODE, Richard Carlton, Esq., of Folapit
Tamar, Devon.

Eldest surviving son of Edward Coode, Esq., of Polapit
Tamar, who d. 1894, by Anna Maria, who d. 1872, only
dau. of the late Major-Gen. Edward Carlyon, of Tre-
grchan, Cornwall; b. 1856; m. 1907 Joan Sylvia,
youngest dau. of the late Right Rev. John Gott, D.D.,
Bishop of Truro, and has, with other issue, a son,
•Richard Maitland, b. 1908. Mr. Coode, who was
educated at Eton and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst,
and was formerly Capt. W. Riding Regt. and temp.
Capt. in the Army 1916-17, is a Magistrate for Devon
and for Cornwall (High Sheriff 1905), an Hon. Capt.
in the Army, and Lord of the Manors of Bodbrane,
Methleigh, Lansladron, Tregennow, and Tregorrick,
Cornwall, and of Polapit Tamar, Devon. — Polapit
Tamar, Launceston, Cornwall ; Union Club, s.w. ; if.
Western Yacht Club of England, Plymouth.



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COODE-ADAMS, Sir John, Knt.— Cr. 1919.

Secoud son of William Adams, F.R.C.S, J.P., of Lon-
dou, who d. 1892, by Frances, wlio d. 1896, eldest dau.
of the late Tliomas" Coode, of St. Austell, Cornwall ;
b. 1859; m. 1891 Bertha Mary, eldest dau. of the late
Frederick Whinney, of London. Sir John Coode-
Adams, who was educated at Marlborough and at
Univ. Coll., London, admitted a Solicitor of the
Supreme Court 1882 and assumed the pretix surname
of Coode by deed poll 1890, is an Original Member of
the Mil. Services (Civil Liabilities) Advisory Com-
mittee, a Life Governor and Member of the Committee
of Management of the Hospital for Sick Children,
Great Ormond Street; a Member of the Council of the
R. Botanic Society and Joint Hon. Treasurer of the
Belgian Lawyers' Relief Fund, and was Secretarv of the
"Pall Mall Gazette" 1892-1915 and of "The Ob-
server" 1911-15. — Lower Slonthams, Paitr/hoiirne,
Berks; Carlton. Cluh, s.w. ; Garrick Club ; w'.o. ; 32, I
Kensington Park Gardens, w.



hCOOK, the Right Hou. Sir
G.C.M.G. - Cr. 1918.

B. 1860; «i. 18 , dau. of . Sir Jo-seph j

Cook was for 9 years a Coal Miner in Staffordshire, i QQOK
a Member of the N.S.W. House of Parliament 1891-'
1901, Postmaster-Gen. of N.S.W. 1894-8 and Minister
for Mines and Agriculture 1898-9 ; entered the Parlja-
ment of the Commonwealth of Australia 1901, was
Minister for Defence 1909-10, Prime Minister and
Minister for Home Affairs, Commonwealth of
Australia, 1913-14, and a Member of the Imperial
War Conference in London 1918 and of the Peace
Conference 1919; appointed Minister for the Navy
1917. — Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia.



2nd Charity Commissioner 1903-6, and Chief Charity
Commissioner 1906-16. — Suliingstead, Hasmmhe,
Godalming ; Atheixeuin Club, s.w.

COOK, Sir Edward Tyas, K.B.E.— Cr. Kut.
1912, K.B.E. 1917.

Youngest son of Sihis Kemball Cook, Esq., of Brighton,
•who d. 1874, by Emily, ivho d. 1886, dau. of the late
William Archer, Esq., of Ipswich ; b. 1857 ; m. 1884
Emilj', -who d. 1903, 2nd dau. of the late John Foster
Baird, Esq., of Bowmont Hill, Northumberland. Sir
Edward Cook, who was educated at Winchester and
at New Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1880, M.A. 1883), is
a well-known Journalist and Author ; was Secretary
London Society for Extension of Univ. Teaching
1882-5 ; Assistant Editor of the " Pall Mall Gazette "
1885-90 ; Editor of that paper 1890-2, of the " West-
minster Gazette " 1893-6, and of the " Daily News "
1896-1901 ; elected a Fellow of Winchester Coll.
1903, and appointed an Assistant Director of the
Official Press Biureau 1914 and Joint Director 1915.—
Southstoke, near Reading; Athcnaum, and National
Liberal Clubs, s.w.



COOK, Sir Predeeick Lucas, Bart., of Rioh-
mond, Sun-ey. — Cr. 1886.
Elder son of Sir Francis Cook, 1st Bart., by his 1st
wife Emily, who d. 1884, dau. of the late Robert Lucas,
Esq., of Lisbon ; b. 1844 ; s. 1901 ; m. 1868 Mary Anne
Elizabeth, who d. 1913, dau. of the late Richard
Payne Cotton, Esq., M.D. Sir Frederick Cook, who
is also Viscount Monserrate in Portugal, and was edu-
cated atHarro-w, is one of H.M.'s Lieuts. for the City
of London, and was M.P. for Lambeth (Kennington
Div.) 1895-1906.— Doughty House, Richmond, Surrey ;
Montserrate, Cintra, Portugal ; Carlton, Prince's, Hurl-
ingham, and Ranelagh Clubs, s.w. ; 24, Hyde Park
Gardens, w.

Htir, his son Herbert Frederick, F.S.A., a Trostfe of the
National Portrait Gallery; called to the Bar at the
Inner Temple 1895 ; educated at Harrow and at Balliol
Coll., Oxford (B.A. 1893. M.A. 1894) ; b. 1868 ; m. 1S98 the
Hon. Mary Hood, elder dau. of the 2nd Visconnt Bridport,
and has, with other issue, a son, * Francis Ferdinand
Maurice, 6. 1907.



COOK, Tennessee, Lady.

Dau. of the late Reuben Buckman CUffin, of New York ;
in. 1885 as 2nd wife. Sir Francis Cook, 1st Bart., who
d. 1901.— 137, West \'2\st Street, New York, U.S.A.



COOK, Sir Charles Archer, K.C.B.— Cr.
1914.

Second son of Silas Kemball Cook, Esq., of Brighton,
who d. 1874, by Emily, who d. 1886, dau. of the late
William Archer, Esq., of Ipswich; b. 1849; ?n. 1885
the Hon. Adela Mary Grenville Brougham, youngest
dau. of William, 2nd Lord Brougham and Vaux. Sir
Charles Cook, who was educated at Trinity Hall,
Cambridge (B.A. 1872, M.A. 1879), and called to the
Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1873, is a J.P. for Surrey and
was an Assistant Charity Commissioner 1888-1903,



Sir Henry, Knt.— Cr. 1904.
Eldest surviving son of John Cook, Esq., W.S., of
Edinburgh, who d. 1891, by Margaret Sophia, who d.
1886, 3rd dau. of the late Gen. Sir John Hope,
G.C.H. : b. 1848; m. 1879 Margaret, who d. 1905, elder
dau. of John Patten, Esq., of Edinburgh. Sir Henry
Cook, who was educated at Edinburgh Academy and
at St. Andrews University (M.A. 1866), and pa.ssed
as Writer to the Signet 1871, is a J.P. and D.L. for
Edinburgh, and Secretary to the R. Co. of Archers
(King's Body Guard for .Scotland).— 22, Eqlinton
Crescent, Edinburgh; University Club, Edinburgh.



COOK, Rose Ellen, Lady.

Only dau. of the late Joshua Stubbs, Esq., of Castle
Bromwich; m. 1895, as his 2nd wife. Sir William
Thom.is Gustavus Cook, a Magistrate for Warwick-
shire, and a J.P. and an Aid. of Birmingham (Mayor
1883), who was M.P. for East Birminghiim 1885-6,
and who was cr. Knt. 1906 and d. 1908.

COOK, Sir Theodore Andrea, Knt., F.S.A.—
Cr. 1916.

Second son of Henry Cook, Esq.,ofWantage, who


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