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Esq., of Gorton Hall, Lancashire, and has 2 dans. —
Groton House, Boxford, Suffolk.

DAWSON, James Anderson RAMAGE-, Esq.,
of Balado, Kinross-shire.
Eldest son of Col. John Eamage-Dawson, of Balado,
yrhod. 1892, by Margaret, who d. 1898, 2nd dau. of the
late James Anderson, Esq. , of Highholm, Renfrewshire ;
b. 1866; m. 1906 Margaret Hay Roberts, eldest dau. of
William Roberts Ovens, Esq.,of The Peel, Selkirkshire,
and hag 2 daus. — Balado, Kinross, N.B. ; New Club,

I DEACON, John Francis William, Esq., of
Mabledon, Kent.
Only son of John Deacon, Esq., of Mabledon, wlio d.
1901, by Lucy Katharine, who d. 1900, 2nd dau. of the
Into Francis Pym, Esq., of Hasell Hall, Bedfordshire ;
b. 18o9. Mr. Deacon, who was educated at Eton, and
at Trinity Coll., Cambridge (B.A. 1883, M.A. 1886),
is a J.P. and D.L. for Kent (High Sheriff 1904), one
of the Lords of the Manor of Southborough, and
Patron of 3 livings. — Mabledon, Tonbridge, Kent ;
Carlton, and National Clubs, s.w. ; Cavendish Club, w. ;
Grantham Hous-, Putney Heath, s.w.

DEANE, Mary Gertrude, Lady.

Dau. of Major-Gen. John Roberts, late Bengal Staff
Corps ; m. 1880 Sir Harold Arthur Deane, a Lieut.-
Col. Indian Army, who was Chief Political Officer with
the Chitral Relief Force 1895, Political Agent Dir,
Swat, and Chitral 1895-9, Political Resident in Kashmir
1900-1, and Chief Commissioner and Agent to the
Governor-Gen. North-AVest Frontier Province 1901-8,
and who was cr. K.C.S.I. 1906 and d.. 1908.— 72,
Overstrand Mansions, Battersea Park, s.w.

DAWSON, John Miles, Esq., of Brook Hall,
Eldest son of John Miles Dawson, Esq., of Brook Hall,
who d. 1895, by Elizabeth Charlotte Russell, who d..
1900, 3rd dau. of the late Lieut. -Col. Wilford,
H.E.I.C.S. ; b. 1871; m. 1899 Edith Marguerite, 2nd
dau. of Sir Robert Gunter, 1st Bart., M.P., of Wetherby,
Grange, Yorkshire, and has, with other issue, a son,
* John Miles, b. 1900. Mr. Dawson, who was educated
at Eton and at Trinity Hall, Cambridge (B.A. 1894),
and was f )rnierly Capt. 4th Batt., is Gapt. 3rd Batt. W.
Yorkshire Regt., and a Magistrate for the W. Riding i TTR ANW
- ;. 17.,;; 'r„j.,_»j™. jt..:.... ni..t. I ^^^^''^t

DEANE, Edith Mart, Lady.

Elder dau. of John Lindsay Scott, Esq., of Mollance
Stewartry of Kirkcudbright, who d. 1888, by Mary,
who d. 1906, dau. of the late Charles Edward Gillham,
Esq. ; m. 1875 the Right Hon. Sir (Henry) Bargrave
•Finnelly Deane, who was Recorder of Margate 1885-
1906, President of the Society of Knights Bachelor
1908-11, a Judge of the High Court of Judicature,
Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Div., 1905-17, and
formerly Lieut.-Col. and Hon. Col. Comm. 21st Middle-
sex Rifle Vols., V.D., and who was cr. Knt. 1905 and
d. 1919.-52, Eaton Place, s.w.

Union Club, \

Sir Thomas Manly, Kut. — Cr.

DAWSON, Capt. William Stopham, of
Weston Hall, Yorksliire.
Eldest son of Col. William Christopher Dawson, J.P.,
Hon. Col. 4th W. Riding (Howitzer) Brigade R.F.A.,
Territorial Force, V.D., of Weston Hall, who d. 1912,
by Kate, 5th dau. of Thomas George Robinson, Esq.,
of Buckhurst Hill, Essex; b. 1885. Capt. Dawson is
Capt. 3rd Batt. W. Yorkshire Regt., Lord of the
Manor of Weston, and Patron of 1 living — Weston
Hall, near Otley, Yorkshire.

DAWSON, of Noliaville,
See Stanley.

CO. Westmeatli.

DAWSON. See Dartrey ; Dc Ros; Massy-Dawson ; and

DAWSON-DAMER. See Portarlington.


DAY, Lady.

Edith, dau. of the late Edmund Westby, Esq. ; m.

1900, as his 2nd wife, the Right Hon. Sir John Cliarles
Frederick Sigismund Day, who was a Judge in the
Queen's Bench Div. of the High Court of Justice 1882- |

1901, and Treasurer of the Middle Temple 1890, and
who was cr. Knt. 1882 and d. 1908.-4, Fourth ^
Avenue, Hove.

DAYMAN, of Mambury,


Devon. See Turner.

Eldest son of Sir Thomas Newenham Deane, R.lL.Vc,
an eminent Architect, who d. 1899, by Henrietta,
who d. 1911, 4th dau. of the late Joseph Hutchinson
Manly, Esq., of Ferney, co. Cork; b. 1851; m. 1888
Florence Mary, only dau. of the late James Fred-
erick Wright, Esq., M.A., of Lansdowne Road, Dublin.
Sir Thomas Deane, who was educated at Trinity
Coll., Dublin (B.A. 1872) is an Architect, and, in
partiursliip with his late fatiiur, designed the Science
antl Art Musrum and thr National Library for
Ireland 1884. the Church of Irel.inil Training Coll., and
many other public and private buildings in Dublin and
throughout Ireland, also tlie Physiological Laboratory
and Anthropological Museum at Oxford Univ., and
recently the extensive alterations and additions to the
National Gallery of Ireland, and is Joint Architect,
with Sir Aston Webb, K.C.V.O., C.B., R.Ac, for the R.
Coll. of Science and Public Offices Buildings, Upper
Merrion Street, Dublin. — Fairholme, Ailesbury Park,
CO. Dublin.

DEANE, Lieut.-Col. Charles Anthony Clare,
of Webbery Manor, Devon ; and of Strat-
ford Hall, Suffolk.
Eldest son of the late Major Charles Johnson Anthony
Deane, Indian Army, by Ellen Furse, who d. 1912,
4th dau. of the late Charles William Johnson, Esq.,
J. P., of Castle Hill House, Torrington ; b. 1857;
,s. his uncle, William Anthony Deane, Esq., J.P. and
D.L., 1886; m. 1884 Gertrude Maude, 4th dau. of the
late Harry Spencer Waddington, Esq., J.P., D.L. and
M.P., of Cavenham Hall, Suffolk. Lieut.-Col. Deane
is Lieut.-Col. ret., late 12th Suffolk Regt., Major ret.,
late T.F. Reserve, previously temp. Lieut.-Col. 6th
Batt. Devonshire Regt., and Lord of the Manors of




Stratford St. Mary, Monk Soham, and Wooderoft. Hall |
in Suffolk. — Stratford Hall, Stratford St. MaryA
Stiffolk ; Army and Navy Club. s.-w. ;

DEANE, Geoege Onslow, Esq., of The Boyce
Court, Gloacestersliire.
Eldest son of the Rev. George Deane, Rectorof Bighton,
Hants, -who d. 1872, by Mary, who d. 1892, dau. of the
late Tliomas Grant, Esq., J.P., of Soberton, Hants ; h.
1828 ; m. 1852 Georgiana Matilda, who d. 1904, only j
dau. of the late Gen. John Drummond, and has. with !
other issue, * Horace Drummond, a Magistrate for
Gloucestershire, who assumed the additional surname
of Drummond by royal license 1911; educated at Chel- ;
tenham Coll ; b. 1854 ; m. 1882 Caroline Betha, who d. \
1919, younger dau. of thelate William Vansittart, Esq., ,
M.P., and widow of Reginald Wynniatt, Esq., and has, j
witli other issue, an only son, * John Drummond,
D.S.O. (with Bar), M.C., temp. Lieut.-Col. M.G.CIate
temp. Major 11th (.Service) Batt. t'hesliire Regt., pre-
viously temp. Lieut, Loyal N. Lancashire Regt., and
R. Horse Guards, Reserve Regt. ; has the French Croix
dc Guerre; educated at Cheltenham Coll.; b. 1886 ; m.
1910 Marie Lily, dau. of Senor Mariano do Caudra,
of Madrid, and has, with other issue, a son, * Anthony
John, b. 1917. Mr. Deane, who was educated at
Wincliester and at Ch. Ch., Oxford, and was in the
22nd Foot, is a J. P. for Gloucestershire.— TAe Boi/ce
Court, Dymock ; Army and Navy Club, s.w.

DEANE, Major James, C.M.G., of Fareham
House, Hampshire.
Eldest son of William Henry Deane, Esq., J. P. and
D.L., of Fareham House, who d. 1905, by his 1st wife
Margaret, who d. 1865, dau. of the late James Todd,
Esq., of Aberdeen; b. 1863; m. 1908 Phyllis Lucy,
M.B.E., elder dau. of the late Alfred William Hick,
man, Esq., of Trunkwell House, Berkshire, and has
a dau., Diana. Major Deane, who was educated at
Eton and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst, is a D.L.
for Bedfordshire and Major ret., late The Black Watch
(R. Highlanders). — Fareham House^ Fareham, Hamp-
shire. Residence : Goldinqton Bury, Bedford ; Arthur's
Club, s.w.

DEANE, Ralph Hawtret, Esq., of Eastcote
House, Middlesex.

Eldest son of Francis Henry Deane, Esq., of Eastcote
House, who d. 1892, by Gulielma Maria Harrison, who
d. 1892, dau. of the late Enos Smith, Esq., formerly of
the 18th Hussars; b. 1848; m. 1881 Annie Cordelia,
eldest dau. of John Ellis, Esq., of The Elms, Chudleigh,
Devon, and has, with other issue, a son, * Ralph Haw-
trey, Lieut.-Comm. R.N. ; i. 1884. Mr. Deane, who was
educated at Brighton Coll. and at Trinity Coll., Oxford
(B.A. 1873), and called to the Bar at Lincoln's Inn
1880, represents in the female line the ancient Norman
family of Hawtrey of Eastcote. — Residence : 98, Sinclair
Road, IV. Kensington, w.

DEANE, of Berkeley Forest, co. Wexford.

See Tyndall.

DEANE-DRAKE, Joseph Edward, Esq., of
Stokestowu House, co. Wexford.

Eldest son of John Deane, Esq., of Stokestown
House (who assumed the additional surname of Drake,
and d. 1 855), by Emily Letitia, dau. of the late Thomas
Henry Watson, Esq., of Lumclone, co. Carlow ; b.
1845 ; m. 1882 Dora Venables, who d. 1904, only dau.
of the late Richard Venables Kyrke, Esq., of Nanty.
ffrith, Flintshire, and has, with other issue, a son, * Cecil
John Venables, Capt. R. Munster Fusiliers ; educated
at Cheltenham Coll. and at the R. Mil. Coll., Sandhurst ;

h. 1887. Mr. Deane-Drake, who was educated at Eton
is a J.P. and D.L. for co. Wexford, and was High
Sheriff 1905.— »oX-(!s^«'« House, New Ross.

DEANE-DRUMMOND, the late Mrs., of The
Old Grange, D^'inock, Gloucestershire.
Caroline Betha, younger dau. of William Vansittart,
Esq., M.P. for Windsor, who d. 1878, by his 2nd wife
Henrietta, who d. 1852, eldest dau. of the late Ambrose
Humphrys,Esq. ; d. 1919, having «f. 1st 1870 Reginald
Wynniatt, Esq., of The Old Grange, Dymock, and
Stanton Court, Gloucestershire, who d. 1881, leaving a
dau., 'Harriet, m. 1896 Henry Mildmay Husey, Esq.,
who d. 1916; 2ndly 1882 Horace Drummond Deane-
Drummond, Esq. (whom see under Deane, George Onslow,
Esq.). — The Old Grange, Dymock, Gloucestershire.

DEANE-MORGAN. See Morgan, and Muskerry.

-f DEARDEN, James William, Esq., of The
Manor House, Rochdale, Lancashire ; and
of Walcot Hall, Northamptonshire.
£.18—; s. James Griffith Dearden, Esq., F.S.A.,

J.P. and D.L., 1912 ; m. 1 , dau. of , and

has a son, , b. 1917- Mr. Dearden is Lord of the

Manor of Rochdale. — The Manor House, Rochdale,
Lancashire ; Walcot Hall, Stamford.

DEAS, George Francis, Esq., formerly of
Hartwoodhill, Lanarkshire.
Only son of .Sylvester Falconer Reid Deas, Esq., of
Hartwoodhill, and of Pittendreich, Midlothian, who d.
1898, by Alice, wlio d. 1896, dau. of the late Michael
Grayliurst Hewat, Esq., of St. Cuthbert's, S. Norwood ;
b. 1875 ; m. 1913 Edith Frances, dau. of the late Rev.
Ernest William Lomax, Vicar of Yarnton, Oxfordshire,
and widow of Claude Geoffry Pearson, Esq., W.S., and
has 2 daus. Mr. Deas, who was educated at Fettes
Coll., at Lincoln Coll., Oxford, and at Edinburgh Univ.
(B.A. 1899, LL.B. 1903), admitted a Member of the
Scottish Faculty of Advocates 1902, and called to the
Bar at Lincoln's Inn 1904, is a Magistrate for Lanark-
shire, and Capt. T.F. Reserve, late 9th Batt. R. Scots,
and was formerly Capt. 9th Vol. Batt. (Highlanders)
R. Scots.— 32, Heriot Row, Edinburgh; Pittendreich,
Lasswade, Midlothian ; Caledonian United Service Club,

DEASE, Lady.

EmUy, 3rd and 2Hd surviving dau. of Sir Robert
George Throckmorton, 8th Bart., who d. 1862, by
Elizabeth, who d. 1850, only dau. of Sir John Francis
Edward Acton, 6th Bart. ; ni. 1863 Sir Gerald Richard
Dease, who was a J.P. for cos. Meath and Kildare,
Hon. Col. 4th Batt. R. Irish Fusiliers, Chamberlain
to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland ; a Director of the
Bank of Ireland (Governor 1890-2) ; a Director of the
Great S. and W. Railway Company, Ireland, and who
was cr. Knt. 1897, K.C.V.O. 1903, and who d. 1903,
leaving, with other issue, William Gerald, b. 1867 ;
m. 1897 Gertrude, only dau. of the late Col. Walter
Richard Lascelles, and has, with a dau., a son, Ernest
Joseph, Lieut. RiBe Brigade ; educated at the R. Mil.
Coll.. Sandhurst ; b. iii99.—Celbridge, co. Kildare.

DEASE, Major Edmund James Charles, of
Rath House, Queen's Co.
Elder son of Edmund Gerald Dease, Esq., M.P., J.P.
and D.L., of Rath House, who d. 1904, by Mary, who
d. 1918. 4th dau. of the late Henry Grattiin, Esq.,
M.P., of Celbridge Abbey, co. Kildare; b. 1861 ; TO.
1 896 Mabel, eldest dau. of the late Ambrose Richard
More-0'Ferrall, Esq., of Balyna, co. Kildare, and has,



•with other issue, a sou, *E.iehai-d Edmund Anthouv,
Lieut. S. Irish Horse; educated at Downside, b. 1S',»7.
Major Dease, who was educated at Oscott I 'oil., an.l w.-is
formerly Major 4th Batt. K. Irish l-'usiliers, is a J. P.
and D.L. for Queen's Co. (was on the roll for High
Sheriff for 1908), a Resident Magistrate for co. Tip-
perary and an Additional Resident Magistrate for the
City of Limerick. — Bath House, Ballybrittas, Qutai's
Co. ; Residence : Ycwston, Nenagh, co. Tipperary.

DEASE, Gebald, Esq., of Turbotston, co.


Eldest son of James Arthur Dease, Esq., D.L., of

Turbotston, who d. 1874, by Charlotte, who d. 190o,

eldest dau. of the late Edmund Jerningham, Esq. ; h.

185-1; m. 1896 Florence, 2nd dau. of George Marley,

Esq. llr. Dease is a J.P. and D.L. for cos. Westmeath

(High Sheriff 1909) and Cavan (High SheriflF 1899),

and Major late 7tli Fusiliers. — Turbotston, Coole, co.\

Westmeath ; Naval and Military Club, w. ; KUdare

Street, and, Sackville Street Clubs, Dublin. I

Heir />/■«., Ms brother Edmund PitzLawrence, a J.P. for co.

Cavau ; h. 1856 ; m. 18S8 Kate Mary, eldest dau. of the lato I

Manrice Murray, Esq., D.L., of Beech Hill, co. Cork, and '

has had, with a dau., Maud Mary, a son, Maurice James, [

V.C, Lieut. E. Fusiliers ; b. 1881), aud liilled in action 1914. ,

DEAZELEY, the Eev. John Howard, ofi
Lettermacaward, co. Donegal.
Only son of Charles Deazeley, Esq., who d.
1882, by Eleanor Howard, dau. of the late Capt. |
James, R.N., J.P., of Hamilton House, Milford Haven,
Pembrokeshire; b. 18.54; m. 1887 Nellie St. Leger, :
dau. of the late Richard Paul Blakeney, D.D., Rector !
of Bridlington, Yorkshire. Mr. Deazeley, who was ■
educated at Shrewsbury School and at Merton Coll.,
Oxford (B.A. 1877, M.A. 1880), is Rector of Killybegs,
CO. Donegal, and was formerly a Member of the Inner
Temple, and a C.C. and Aid. of Oxford (Sheriff 1888).
— Residence : 67. Katherine's, Killybegs, co. Donegal.

DE BARRETO. See Bliss.

DE BATHE, Sir Hugo Gkeald, Bart., of
Knightstown, co. Meath ; of De Bathe
Barton, Devonshire ; and of Wood End,
Sussex.— Cr. 1801.

Elder son of Gen. Sir Henry Percival De Bathe, 4th
Bart., by Charlotte, dau. of "William Clare, Esq. ;
h. 1871; .«. 1907; m. 1899 Emily Charlotte, dau. of
the late Very Rev. William Corbet Le Breton, Dean
of Jersey, and widow of Edward Langtry, Esq. Sir
Hugo De Bathe, who was educated at Radley, was
formerly Lieut. 3rd Batt. Gloucestershire Regt. —
White's Club, s.w.

Heir Pres., his brother Patrick Wynne, an Hon. Attache in-
the Diplomatic Service: appointed a Railway Transport
Officer, with the temp, rank of Capt., 1915 ; has the Order
of the Grown of Prussia, 4th Class : educated at Win-
chester ; 6. 1876 ; m. 1904 Violet Lindsay, elder dau. of the
late Nicholas Wood, Esq., M.P., and has a son,
• Christopher Albert, b. 1905.

DE BILLE. See Poe, of Hey wood.

DE BLAQUIERE, Lord (William de Bla-

quiere).— Cr. 1800.

Only surviving son of Charles de Blaquiere, Esq., who
d. 1869, by his Ist wife Agnes, who d. 1864, widow of
W. Lawson, Esq.; b. 1855; s. his cousin William i
Barnard, 6th Lord, 1889; m. 1888 Marie Lucienne
Heuriette Adine, O.B.E., eldest dau. of the late M. j
George Desbarats, of Montreal, aud has had, with |
a dau., Kathleen (who m. 1911 the Hon. Dudley'


Massey Pigott Carleton, whom see under Dorchester,
Baroness), 2 sons, John, Lieut. The Cameronians
(Scottish Rifles); A. 1889. and killed in action 1916;
and Alan Boyle, Sub-Lieut. R.N. ; b. 1895, and killed
in action 1917. Lord de Blaquiere is 'Great Alnager'
of Ireland, and a J.P. for Somerset. — Brockworth
Manor, Gloucester; White's Club, s.w. ; The Circus,

DE BRATH, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Ernest, K.C.B.,
CLE.— Cr. 1914.

Son of the late Felix De Bratb, Esq. ; b. 1868 ;
III. 1886 Edith Anna Beatrice, dau. of Leon Jean
O'Meara, Esq. Sir Ernest De Brath is a Lieut.-
Gen. ret. Indian Army, and Col. 32ud Sikh Pioneers,
Indian Army ; was Assistant Mil. Secretary to the
Government of India 1892-6; Deputy Secretary 1896-
1802 ; Joint Secretary 1902-3 ; Secretary 1903-6, and
Political Resident Comm. Aden Brigade 1906-10. —
Bendochy, Weybridye, Surrey ; United Sermce Club, s.vi.

DE BUNSEN, the Right Hon. Sir Madetce
William Ernest, Bart.,G.C.M.G.,G.C.V.O.,
C.B.— Cr. 1919.

Second son of Ernest de Bunsen, Esq.,of Abbey Lodge,
Regent's Park, London, who d. 1903, by Elizabeth, who
d. 1903, dau. of the late Samuel Gurney, Esq., of Ham
House, Essex; b. 1852; m. 1899 Berta Mary, elder
dau. of the late Armar Henry Lowry-Corry, Esq., and
has 4 daus. Sir Maurice de Bunsen, who was educated
at Rugby and at Ch. Ch., Oxford (B.A. 1874, M.A.
1S77), entered the Diplomatic Service 1877 ; became a
Third Secretary 1879, a Second Secretary 1883, and a
First Secretary 1891 ; was SecreDiry of Legation at
Tokio 1891-4, Charge d' Affaires and Consul-Gen. in
Siam 1894-6, Secretary of Embassy at Constantinople
1897-1902 and at Paris, with the rank of Minister
Plenipotentiary 1902-5, Envoy Extraordinary and
Minister Plenipotentiary at Lisbon 1905-6, Ambas-
sador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary at Madrid
1906-13, at Vienna 1913—14 and on a Special Mission
to S. .imerica 1918, and Acting Assistant Under
Secretary for Foreign Affairs 1915 18 ; is a Knight of
Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem. — Old
Lodge, Ta2>low;T)-avellers'Cliib,a.vf. ; St. James's Ctub,-w,

DE BURGH, Miss, of West Drayton Hall.
Eva, younger and only surviving dau. of Hubert de
Bui-gh, Esq., J.P. and D.L., of West Drayton Hall, who
d. 1872, by Marianne, who d. 1880, 6th dau. of the late
Adm . John Richard Delap ToUemache. Miss de Burgh ,
who jointly with her elder sister Minna Edith Elizabeth,
who d. 1908, having m. 1867 Rafe Oswald Leycester,
Esq., of Toft Hall, and Mobberley Hall, Cheshire
{lohom sec), s. her brother Francis 1874, is Patron of
1 living. — 61, Eccleston Square, s.w.

DE BURGH, Lieut.-Col. Thomas John, of
Oldtown, CO. Kildare.

Eldest son of Thomas de Burgh, Esq., of Oldtown, who
d. 1872, by Jane, only child of the late Major Thomas
Campbell-Graham, 1st R. Scots Regt., of Scarva, co.
Monaghan ; b. 1851; m. 1878 Emily Anne, who d.
1913, eldest dau. of the late John Henry Edward
Fock. Baron de Robeck, of Gowran Grange, co. Jvildare,
and has, with other issue, a son *Hubort Henry,
D.S.O., Comm. R.N. and a Chevalier of the Legion of
Honour; *. 1879; m. 1917 Margory, only dau. of the
late John Adye Buchan, Esq., of Whitehall, Devon,
shire. Lieut.-Col. de Burgh is a J.P. and D.L. for eo.




Kil.kre (High .Shn-iff 1883); late Commandant 17th I
Batt. Imp. Yeo. in S. Africa; was temp. Lieut, iu j
the Army 1914-17; formerly served in 57th Eegt.
and oth Dragoon Guards. — Oldtown, Naas ; Carlton
Cluh, s.w. ; Kildare Street Club, Dublin.

DE BURGH, Col. Ultck Geokge Campbell,
C.B., of Scarva, co. Monaghan.

Second son of Thomas de Burgh, Esq., of Oldtown, co.
Kildare, who d. 1872, by Jane, only child of the late
Major Thomas Campbell-Graham, 1st R. Scots Regt.,
of Scarva; b. 1855; m. 1883 Anna. Blanche Constance,
who d. 1916, only child of the late Charles Augustus
Francis, 3rd son of the late Lord William Paget,
and has a son, * Desmond Herlouin, A.F.C., Lieut.
E.A. and Capt. R.A.F. ; educated at Harrow and at
the R. Mil. Academy, Woolwich; b. 1897. Col. de
Burgh, who was educated at Trinity Coll., Dublin
(B.A. 1875), is an Esquire of the Order of St. John of
Jerusalem and Col. ret., late Lieut.-Col. Coram. 3rd
Dragoon Guards, previously Major 7th Dragoon
Guards, and was on special service 1900-2, an
Assistant Director at Headquarters 1902-6, and A.A.
and Q.M.G. at Gibraltar 1907-8; reeaUed to Mil.
Service l^H.—Army and Navy Club,s.vf.; iS, Drap-
cott Place, s.w.


DE CASTEJA. See Casteja.

DE CHAIR, Vice-Adm. Sir Dudley Rawson
Stratford, K.C.B., M.V.O.— Cr. 1916.

Eldest son of Dudley Raikes de Chair, Esq., of Shep-
herds Well, Kent, who d. 1899, by Frances Emily, [
eldest dau. of the late CbristoDher Rawson, Esq., of
Halifax, Yorkshire; 4.1864; m. 1903 Enid, youngest j
dau. of the late Henry William Struben,, Esq., of S.
Africa. Sir Dudley de Chair, who was educated in \
H.M.S. " Britannia," is a Vice-Adm. and a Commander j
of the Legion of Honour ; was Naval Attache to the
Courts of the Maritime Powers 1902 and to N. and S. j
America 1903-5 ; Naval Assistant to the Comptroller
of the Navy 1909-11 ; a Naval A.D.C. to H.M. King i
George V. 1911-12; Naval Secretary to the 1st Lord
of the Admiralty 1912-14; Adm. of the Training
Squadron 1914, and in command of the 10th Cruiser
Squadron 1914-16 (took an active part in blockading
Germany 1914-16); appointed Naval Adviser to the
Ministry of Blockade 1916 ; accompanied the Right
Hon. A. J. Balfour on the British Mission to America
1917. — Lynnwood Chase, Bracknell. Berkshire ; United
Service Club, s.w. ; 56, Ennismore Gardens, s.w.

DE CHAIR, the Rev. Frederick Blackett.

Son of the late Rev. Frederick De Chair, by Louisa Jane,
dau. of the late Richard Mee Raikes, Esq.; b. 1838 ;
m. 1863 Charlotte Elizabeth, only surviving child and
heiress of the late Rev. Charles Beauchamp Cooper,
Rector of Morley, Norfolk. Mr. De Chair, who was
educated at Marlborough Coll. and at Jesus Coll.,
Cambridge (B.A. 1860, M.A. 1864), is a J.P. for
Norfolk, and Patron of Morley (of which he was
Rector 1878-99), was Rural Dean of Hingham 1891-
1902 and of Norwich 1902-12, and a Proctor in
Convocation 1906-10, and has been Hon. Canon of
Norwich since 1892 and Hon. Chaplain to the Bishop
of Norwich since 1911. — 128, Newmarket Road,
Norwich; Constitutional Club, w.c.

DECIE. See Prcscott, of BocMeton Court, Worcester-

DECIES, Lord (John Graham Hope de t.a
PoERBEREsroRD, P.C, D.S.O.).— Cr. 1812.

Second son of AVilliam Robert John (Horsley-Keres-
ford), 3rd Lord, who d. 1893, by Catherine Anne, 2nd
dau. of the late WiUiam Dent Dent, Esq., of Short Flatt
Tower, Northumberland; b. 1866; s. his brother
William Marcus de la Poer (Horsley-Beresford), 4th
Lord, 1910 ; m. 1911 Helen Vivien, 2nd dau. of George
Jay Gould, E.sq., of Georgiancourt, Lakewood, New
Jersey, and Fifth Avenue. New York, U.S.A. Lord
Decies, who was educated at Eton and at the R. Mil.
Coll., Sandhurst, elected a Representative Peer of
Ireland 1912, and has dropped the prefix surname of
Horsley, is Lieut.-Col. ret., late S. Irish Horse, Major
Reserve of Officers, Major ret., late 7th Hussars and
temp. Capt. Gen. List; was an A.A. and Q.M.G-.
1915-16 and subsequently Press Censor in Ireland.
— Marlborough Club, s.w.; Cavalrt/ Cluh, w. ; Kildare
Street Club, Dublin; B. Yacht Squadron, Cowes.
Residence: Leixlip Castle, co. Kildare; 25, Wilton
Place, s.w.

Heir, his son Arthur Marcus George Douglas de In Poer, b.

DECIES, Maria Gertrude, Lady.

Seventh dau. of Sir John Pollard Willoughby, 4th Bart.
{ext.), M.P., who d. 1 806, by his 2nd wife Maria Eliza-
beth, whorf. 1910, 4th dau. of the late Thomas Hawkes,
Esq., M.P., of Himley House, StaiFordshire ; m. 1901
William Marcus de la Poer, 4th Lord Decies, who
d.s.p. 1910. — Scotswood, Sitnninffdale.

DE CLIFFORD, Lord (Edward Southwell
Russell).— Cr. 1269.

Only son of Jack Southwell, 25th Lord, by Evelyn Vic-
toria Anne (who m. 2ndly 1913 Arthur Boy Stock, Esq.,
Lieut, and temp. Capt. Ayrshire Yeo., who d. 1915, son
of the late James Henry Stock, Esq., M.P., of Glenapp
Castle, Ayrshire), dau. of Walter Robert Chandler,
Esq.; A. 1907 ; s. \909.—Dalgan Park, Shrule, Tuam,
CO. Galway ; Residence: 128, Sloa7ie Street, s.v.
Heiress Pra., his sister Diaua Katharine.

DE COURCY. See Kingsale, Lord.



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