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homas Wyndham Oremer, Esq., of Beeston
Regis Hall,Norfolk, who d. 1894, by Anna, eldest dau. of
the late John Ketton, Esq., of Felbrigge Hall, Norfolk ;
6.1870; m. 1905 Emily, 4th dau. of the late Robert j
Bayly, Esq., of Torr, Devonshire, and has, with other
issue, a son, » Robert Wyndham, i. 1 906. Mr. Cremer, i
who was educated at Harrow and at Trinity Coll.,
Cambridge (B.A. 1892, M.A. 1898), is a Magistrate!
for Norfolk. — Sheringham House, Norfolk ; Oxford and \
Cambridge Club, s.w.
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CRESSWELL. Ses Baker-Cresswell.

CRESWELL, Rear-Adm. Sir William
RooKE, K.C.M.G., K.B.E.— Cr. K.C.M.G.
1911, K.B.E. 1919.

Third son of Edmund Creswell, Esq., Deputy Post-
master-Gen. for Gibraltar, and Mediterranean Sur.
veyor for the Gen. Post OflSce, who d. 1877, by Mary
Margaret Ward, who d. 1892, dau. of the late Rev.
William Fraser, Rector of N. Waltham, Hampshire ;
b. 1852 ; m. 1888 Adelaide Elizabeth, O.B.E., 2nd dau.
of the late Randolph Isham Stow, Esq., Judge of the
Supreme Court of S. Australia. Sir William Cres-
well, who was educated at Aitken's School, Gibraltar,

I and at Eastman's Academy, Southsea, is Lieut, ret.
R.N., Rear-Adm. Australian Service, and 1st Naval
Member of the Naval Board for direction of the R.

I Australian Navy. — Navy Office, Melbourne, Victoria;
Woornet, Toorak, Melbourne ; Melbourne Cluh,
Melbourne.

CRESWICK, Lady.

Sarah Ann, only dau. of the late John Walker, Esq.,
of York ; m. 1866 Col. Sir Nathaniel Creswick, a
Solicitor, a J.P. for Derbyshire, and Lieut.-Col. and
Hon. Col. late Comm. (1861-97) 4th W. Riding of
Yorkshire Vol. Art., Western Div. R.A., V.D., who
was cr. K.C.B. 1909 and d. 1917. — Norton Green, near
Sheffield ; 9, East Parade, Sheffield.

CREWDSON, Willlam Dillworth, Esq., of
Helme Lodge, Westmorland.

Eldest surviving son of theRev. George Crewdson, M.A.,
Hon. Canon of Carlisle, by Mary Salome Hay, who d.
1910, elder dau. of the late Rev. Hay Sweet-Escott, M. A. ,
Rector of Kilve, Somerset ; b. 1879 ; «. Mrs. Katharine
Crewdson, the widow of his uncle William Dillworth i
Crewdson, Esq., J.P. and D.L., 1910; m. 1907 Cicely I
Maud, youngest dau. of John Bruce Nichols, Esq.,
of Holmwood, Surrey, and has 3 daus. Mr, Crewd-
son, who was educated at Marlborough and at
Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1901, LL.B. 19u2,
M.A. 1906), and called to the Bar at the Inner
Temple 1902, was formerly Lieut. 2nd Vol. Batt.
Border Regt., and is a J.P. and D.L. for Westmorland
(High Sheriff 1912) and Capt. and Acting Major 4th
Batt. Border Regt. — Helme Lodge, Natland, Kendal,
Westmorland : Junior Carlton Club, s.w.

CREWE, Marquis of (Robert Oi'flet Ash-
burton Ceewe-Milnes, E.g., P.C.).— Cr.
1911.

Only son of Richard Monckton (Milnes), 1st Lord
Houghton, by the Hon. Annabella Hungerford, who
d. 1874, youngest dau. of John, 2nd Lord Crewe {ext.) ;
b. 1858; s.as 2nd Lord Houghton 1885; m. 1st 1880
Sibyl Marcia, who d. 1887, 3rd dau. of Sir Frederick
Ulric Graham, 3rd Bart., of Netherby, Cumberland ;
2ndly 1899 Lady Margaret Etrenne Hannah Primrose,



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C.I younger dau of Archibald, 5tli Earl of Rosebery j CRICHTON, Col. the Hon. Sir HeNRT GeORGH



and let Earl of Midlothian, K.G. The Marquis of
Crewe, who was educated at Harrow and at Trinity
Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1879, M.A. 1885, Hon. LL.D. [
Liverpool 1909, Leeds 1910 and Cambridge 1911, Hon.
D.C.L. Oxford 1912 and Durham 1919), is H.M."s Lieut. !
for eo. London (appointed 1912), a Magistrate fori
Cheshire and for the W. Riding of Yorkshire, an Elder |
Brother of Trinity House, Chancellor of Sheffield Univ.,
Hon. Commandant City of London Vol. Regt., and
Patron of 7 livings ; late Lieut. Yorkshire Dragoons
Yeo. Cav. ; was a Lord in Waiting to Queen Victoria
in 1886, Lord Lieut, of L-eland 1892-5, Lord President
of the Council 190.5-8 and 1915-16 ; Secretary of State
for the Colonies 1908-10; Lord Privy Seal' 1908-11
and 1912-15; Secretary of State for India 1910-15;
President of the Board of Education Aug. -Dec. 1916,
and Chairman of the London C.C. 1917-18 ; has the
R. Victorian Chain and the Serbian Order of St Sava,
1st Class.— Crewe Hall, Cheshire; Madehy Manor,
Newcastle, Staffordshire ; Brooks's, Marlborough, and
Seform Clubs, s.w. ; Turf Club, yr.

Heir, his son Richard George Archibald John Luciau Hunger-
ford, Earl of M.ideley, to whom H.M. Kirg George V. stood
sponsor, ' '""



CREWE, Sir Vauncey HARPUR-, Bart., of
Calke Abbey, Derbyshire.— Cr. 1626.
Eldest son of Sir John Harpur-Crewe, 9th Bart., ot
Calke Abbey, by Georgiana Jane Henrietta Eliza, who
d. 1910, 2nd dau. of the late Vice-Adm. William
Stanhope Lovell, R.N., K.H. ; A. 1846; s. 1886; m. 1876
the Hon. Isabel, youngest dau. of Charles, 1st Lord
Norton. Sir Vauncey Harpur-Crewe is a D.L. for Staf-
fordshire ; a Magistrate for Derbyshire (High Sheriff
1898 and 1900), and Patron of 6 livings; late Lieut.
Derbyshire Yeo. Cav. — Cal&e Abbey, Verby ; Carltoit
Club, s.-w.

Heir, his son Richard Fynderne, a Magistrate for Derby-
shire ; b. 1880.

CREWE, Col. the Hon. Sir Charles Preston,
K.C.M.G., C.B.— Cr. 1915.

Only son of Capt. Frederic Crewe, 17th Madras
Infantry, who d. 1859, by Leila, only child of the late
Capt. Frederic Chamier, R.N. ; h. 1858; m. 1887
Helen Agnes Josephine, O.B. E., eldest dau. of Joseph
Millerd Orpen, Esq., formerly Surveyor-Gen. of Rho-
desia. Sir Charles Crewe, who was educated at
Portsmouth, is Hon. Col. Kaffrarian Rifles; was
M.L.A. Cape Colony 1899-1910, Colonial Secretary
1904-7 and Secretary for Agriculture 1907-8 ; has
been a Member of tjie House of Assembly of the Union
of S. Africa since 1910; served in the Cape Mounted
Riflemen 1878-81 and commanded the Border H
(which he raised) in S. Africa 1899-1902; was a
temp. Brigadier-Gen., E. Africa Expeditionary Force,
1916. — Woodleigh, East London, Cape of Good Hope,
S. Africa; City, and Civil Service Clubs, Capetown.

CREWE- MILNES. See Crewe. Marquis of.

CRETKE, Major Ralph, of Rawcliffe Hall,
and Marton Hall, Yorkshire.
Elder son of Ralph Creyke, Esq., M.P., J.P.and D.L.,
of Rawcllffe Hall, and Marton Hall, who d. 1908, by
Frances Elizabeth, 2nd dau. of Sir Henry Hickman
Bacon, 10th and 11th Bart.; b. 1883. Major Creyke,
who was educated at Eton and at the R. Mil. CoU.^
Sandhurst, is a Magistrate for the W. Riding of
Yorkshire, Capt. and Brevet-Major Reserve of Officers,
and temp. Major in the Army, and was formerly Lieut.
Scots Guards. — Rawclife Hall, Rawclife S.O., York-
shire ; Marton Hall, Bridlinyto7i, Yorkshire ; Guards'
Club, S.W.



Youngest son of John, 3rd Earl of Erne, K.P who d
1885, by Selina Griet-lda, who d. 1884, 2nd 'dau. of
the late Rev. Charles Cobbe Beresfurd ; b. 1844 ; m. Ist
1869 Letitia Grace, who d. 1888, youngest dau of
the late Major Arthur Willoughby Cole-Hamilton, of
Beltrim, co. Tyrone; 2ndly 1890 Lady Jane Emma
Baring, C.I., only dau. of Thomas George, 1st Earl of
Northbrook. Sir Henry Criehton, who was educated
at Radley and at Ch. Ch., Oxford, is a J.P., D.L. and
C. Aid. for Hampshire ; Hon. Lieut. Col. ret., late Major
2l6t Hussars ; Hon. Col., previously Lieut.-Col. and
Hon. Col. Comm., Hampshire Yeo., T.D. ; Hon. Col.
5th Batt. Hampshire Regt. and temp. Lieut.-Col. and
Co. Commandant Hampshire Vol. Regt. ; commanded
the Hampshire Vol. Infantry Brigade 1895-1908, and
the Hampshire Infantry Brigade, Territorial Force,
1908-10, and was Assistant Adjutant-Gen. for Imp.
Yeo. 1900, and A.D C. to H.M. King Edward VII.
1901-10; has been A.D.C. to H.M. King George V.
since 1910. — Netlty Castle, Netley Abbey, Hampshire;
Army and Naoy Club, s.w.; Cavalry ' Club , w. ; i?. '
Yacht Squadron, Cowes ; 3, Buckingham Gate, s.w.



CRICHTON, Alan Henry, Esq., of Wye-Cliff,
Radnorshire.
Elder son of Henry Benyon Criehton, Esq., J.P. and
D.L., of Wye-Cliff, who d. 1889, by Erama Charlotte,
2nd dau. of the late John Dillwyn-Lleweiyn, Esq., of
Penllergaer, Glamorganshire; b. 1866; m. 1905 Edith
Alice Bobinette (Nettie), youuger dau. of J. Lambly,
Esq., of Alberta, Canada, and has 2 daus. Mr.
Criehton was educated at Radley and at Ch. Ch.,
Oxford. — Bryn Mawr, Keloiima, British Columbia.

-I- CRICHTON, James, Esq., of Mains Rattray,

Perthshire.
Only son of James Criehton, Esq., of Mains Rattray,
who d. 1841, by Amelia Mary, 5th dau. of the late
James Cowpar, Esq., of Blairgowrie, Perthshire ; b.
1830; m. 1856 Betsy, 4th dau. of the late James
Howison, Esq., of Rannagulzion, Perthshire, and has,
with other issue, * James, b. 1858. Mr. Criehton is
a Magistrate for Perthshire. — Mains Rattray, near
Rattray, Perthshire.



CRICHTON, of Mullaboden,

See Milbanke.



Kildare.



CRICHTON. See Erne, and Maitland - Makgill-
Criehton.

CRICHTON - BROWNE, Sir James, Kut.,
P.R.S.— Cr. 1886.
Eldest son of Dr. William Alexander Francis Browne,
H.M.'s Commissioner in Lunacy for Scotland, who d.
1884, by Magdalene Howden, dau. of the late Andrew
Balfour, Esq.; b. 1840; m. 1st 1865 Emily, who d.
1903, youngest dau. of the late Dr. John Halliday,
of Seacombe, Cheshire; 2ndly 1912 Audrey Emily,
eldest dau. of the late Gen. Sir Edward Earle Gascoigne
Bulwer, G.C.B., and has, with other issue, a son, Harold
William Alexander Francis, F.R.G.S., a Magistrate
for Herefordshire, and for Dumfriesshire, Lieut.-Col.
and Brevet-Col. late Comm. 3rd Batt. K.G. Scottish
Borderers, and an Hon. Capt. in the Army, late
Bechuanaland Border Police; *. 1866; m. 1894 Jose-
phine Margaret, only child of the late Thomas Verdin,
Esq., and has had, with a dau., a son, Cecil Harold
Verdin, M.C., Capt. and Acting Miijor 3rd Batt. K.O.
Scottish Borderers; b. 1896, and rf. 1918. Sir James
Crichton-Browne, who was educated at Glenabnond
and at Edinburgh Univ. (M.R.C.S. Edin. 1861, M.D.
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Edin. 1862, LL.D. St. AncUws - . ^ ^, _ ,
Aberdeen 1906, Hon. D.Sc. Leeds 1909, F.R.&. London
and Edin 1883), is Lord Chancellor's Visitor in
Lunacy, a J.P. for Dumfriesshire, and Treasurer
and Vice-President of the R. Institution of Great
Britain; was formerly Medical Director of W. Riding
Asylum, and Lecturer on Mental Diseases at Newcastle
Coll. and Leeds School of Medicine.- Ormdnw, Bum-
fries, N.B.; Atheneeum, and Conservative Clubs, s.w. ;
Dumfries and Galloway Club, Dumfries; 45, Hans
Place, 6.W.; Rct/al Courts of Justice, Strand, w.c.



COUNTY FAMILIES OF



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CRICHTON-STUART. See Bute.
CRIPPS, Major Feedekick William Beeesfoed.
D S.O., of AmpneyPark, Gloucestershire.

Eldest son of Edmund William Cripps, Esq., of
Ampnev Park, who d. 1899, by Ada, 2nd dau. of
Gen Robert Parker Radcliffe, R.A., of Balmore
Carersham; h. 1873; m. 1897 Constance Agnes, 2nd
dau. of Philip James Digby Wykeham, Esq., of
Tythrop House, Oxfordshire, and has, with other issue,
a son, * Joseph William Wykeham, b. 1900. Major
Cripps, who was educated at Wellington Coll. and
at the R Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, and was formerly Lieut.
• King's R. Rifle Corps, is Major Gloucestershire Yeo.,
and Lord of the Manor of Ampney Crucis.— Residence :
Waterton House, Cirencester, Gloucestershire.

CRIPPS, Mrs., of Cripps Mead, Gloucester.

shire.
Helen Augusta Wilhelraine, younger dau. of Count
Frederick Bismark, of Schierstein, Prussia, who d.
1893 by Charlotte Henrietta, who d. 1873, eldest dau.
of the late Right Hon. Sir Henry Watkin Williams-
Wynn G.C.H., K.C.B. ; m. 1884, as his 2nd wife,
Wilfred Joseph Cripps, Esq., C.B., F.S.A., oif Cripps
Mead a J.P., D.L., and C.C. for Gloucestershire, a
J P for Kent, Major ret. N. Gloucester Militia, and
the Author of " did English Plate," &c., who d. 1903.
— Cripps Mead, Cirencester.

Heir, her late husband's nephew Major Frederick William
Berestord Cripps, D.S.O. (tehom sre).



of



Hon. LL.D. ORITCHETT, Sir (George) Andeeson, Bart.,
" " K.C.V.O., F.R.C.S.-Cr. 1908.

Eldest son of George Critchett, Esq., F.R.C.S., who d.
1882, by Amy, who d. 1887, dau. of the late Capt.
Brooker, R.N., of Bosham, Sassex; J. 1845; m. 1883
Agnes, dau. of the late Charles James Dunphie, Esq.
Sir Anderson Critchett, who was educated at Harrow
and at Gonville and Cains Coll., Cambridge (B.A.
1868, M.A. 1874), is a Knight of Grace of the Order
of St. John of Jerusalem, was Surgeon-Oculist in
Ordinary to H.M. King Edward VII. 1901-10 and
has been to H.M. King George V. since 1910.—
AthencEum, and New University Clubs, s.w. ; Garrick
Cluh, w.c. ; 2 1 , Harley Street, -w.



Heir, his son George Montague, Oapt. 9th (Oo. of London)
Batt. London Regt. ; late Lieut. 3rd Batt. Oxfordshire and
BuckiDgUamBhire L.I. ; educated at Harrow and at Clare
Coll., Cambridge ; b. 1884 ; m. 1914 Innes, 3rd dau. of Ool.
Francis George Archibald Wiehe, formerly Durham L.I.



CRITCHLET, Major Edward Asheton, of
Stapleton Tower, Dumfriesshire.
Only surviving son of John Asheton Critchley, Esq.,
J.P., of Stapleton Tower, who d. 1915, by Annie Jane,
who d. 1892, elder dau. of the late John Wylie, Esq.,
of Stapleton Tower; b. 1855; m. 1898 Elizabeth
Louise, youngest dau. of the late Walter Richard
Critchley, Esq., of Salwick Hall, Lancashire, and has,
with other issue, a eon, *Ronald Asheton, b. 1905.
Major Critchley, who was educated at Penshurst and
at Eton, is Major ret. pay, late Capt. 4th Hussars,
and Staff Officer to Car. Reinforcement, France. —
Stapleton Tower, Annan, Dumfriesshire; Naval and
Military Club, w. ; HurlingkaJn Club, s.w.

OROASDAILE, Major Lancelot, of Rynn,
Queen's Co.
Eldest son of Capt. John Croasdaile, of Rynn, who
d. 1889, by Anna Jane, who fZ. 1916, younger dau. of tlie
late Richard Townshend, Esq., of Myross Wood, co.
Cork; b. 1858; m. 1st 1887 Mary Josephine, who d.
1905, youngest dau. of Alexander Bryn O'Hara
O'Rourke, Esq., of Brooklyn, co. Down, and of The Drift,
Belfast; 2ndly 1913 Irene Ruth, dau. of Lindsay
BucknallBarker, Esq., of Upper Leeson Street, Dublin,
and has, with other issue, a son, * Lancelot Henry
Benedict, b. 1888. Major Croasdaile is a J.P. and D.L.
for Queen's Co., temp. Major in the Army, and Capt.
ret. pay, late Bedfordshire Regt., and was formerly Capt.
and Hon. Major 4th Batt. Leinster Regt., and temp.
Major 9th (Service) Batt. Bedfordshire Regt., 1914-17.
— Synn, Rosenallis, Queen's Co.



CRIPPS, William Harbison, Esq., P.R.C.S.,
Glendaruel, Argyllshire. j

Second son of Henry William Cripps, Esq., Q.C., of
Beechwood, Buckinghamshire, who d. 1899, by Julia,
who d. 1912, eldest dau. of the late Charles Lawrence,
Esq of The Querns, Gloucestershire; b. 1850; m. lst|
1877 Blanche, who d. 1905, dau. of Richard Potter,
Esq., of Standish House, Gloucestershire ; 2udly 1907
Giulia (Orfeo), younger dau. of the late Col. Michall
Ravogli, of Rome, and has, with other issue, a son, |

» William Lawrence, M.R.C.S.,L.R.C.P., temp. Surgeon i cJi^ TiMirt; TTprrfrt Bart of (^roft

7^ ■ educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridae CROJ 1, bir JAMES JIEBBEET, Bart., ot Uiolt,



Lieut. R.N. ; educated at Trinity Coll., Cambridge
(B.A. 1899, M.B. 1907); b. 1878. Mr. Cripps, who
was educated at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, and was
formerly Lieut.-Col. 1st London Gen. Hospital, !
E.A.M.C, T.F., is Consulting Surgeon to St. Barthol-
omew's Hospital, Vice-President of the E. Coll. of^
Surgeons, and Lord of the Barony of Glendaruel.—
Glendaruel, Argyllshire; Conservative Club, s.w.; 19,
Bentinck Street,' Cavendish Square, w. j

!
CRIPPS. See Parmoor, Lord. \

CRISP, Sir Frank Moebis, Bart.— Cr. 1913. ;

Eldest son of Sir Frank Crisp, 1st Bart., by Catherine,
only child of the late George Currant Howes, Esq., of
Stoven, Suffolk; b. 1872; s. l9lS-Fru,r Par/.-
Henley-on-Thames ; 5, Lansdowne Road, Holland Park
Avenue, w.

Heir Fres., his brother John Wilson, admitted a Solicitor

1906 : educated at Eton ; I. 1673.

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Herefordshire.— Cr. 1671.

Only son of Capt. Sir Herbert Archer Croft, 10th
Bart., 1st Batt. Herefordshire Regt. (who was killed in
action), by his 2nd wife Katharine Agnes, eldest dau.
of Joseph Charlton Parr, Esq., of Grappenhall Heyes,
Cheshire, and of Staunton Park, Herefordshire; b.
1907 ; s. 1915; is being educated at St. Ronan's, W.
Vfonhing.— Luywardine Court, Hereford.

Heir Fret., his uncle Hugh Matthew Fiennes, 3rd son of Sir
Herbert George Denman Croft, 9th Bart., who tl. 1902, by
Q eorgiana Eliza Lucy, eldest dau. and co-heiress of the late
Matthew Henry Marsh, Esq., M.P., ot Ramridge Houne,
Hampshire; !>. 1874 ; m. 1900 Lucy, eldest dau. of Frederick
O. Taylor, Esq., of Tarrible Vale, N.S.W., and has, with
other issue, a son, 'Bernard Hugh Denman, t. 1903.

CROFT, Sir Frederick Leigh, Bart. — Cr. 1818.

Eldest surviving son of Sir John Frederick Croft, 2nd
Bart., by Emma, who d. 1919, dau. of the late John



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raham, Esq.; b. 1860 ; s. 1904.
Patron of 1 living.



Educated at Eton



Hfir Pres., his brother William Gralmm, educated at Eton ;
b. 1862 ; m. 1809 Marjorie, dau. of the Rev. Thomas Guppy
Sarsfield Hall, M.A., Rector of Dodington with Wychling,
Kent, and has, with other isaue, a Bon, • John William
Graham, 6. 1810.

CROFT, Sir Alfred Woodlet, K.C.I.E.— Cr.

1887.

: Son of the late Charles Woodley Croft, Esq., of Ply-
mouth,Devon; b. 1841 ; educated at Mannamead School,

. Plymouth, and at Exeter Coll., Oxford (B. A. 1 863, M. A.
1870), and was Lecturer there 1863-5; entered the



Mr. Croft is a Magistrate for Hertfordshire, Treasurer
of Christ's Hospital, and Lord of the M;inor and Patron
of St. Margaret's.— S«. Margaret' sbury, near Ware.

CROFTON, Lord (Arthur Edward Lowther
Ceofton).— Cr. 1797. ■

Only son of the Hon. Charles St. George Crofton,
Lieut, ret. R.N., -who


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