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1 HENDERSON WHO WAS WHO, HENDERSON, Col. George Frances Robert, C.B Director of Military Intelligence, South Africa, from Entered army (York and Lancaster Regiment), 1878 Major, 1897 Professor, Staff College, served Egyptian War, 1882, including Kassassin and Tel-el-Kebir (Brevet of Major, medal with clasp Medjidie, 5th class Khedive's star) S. Africa, 1900 (despatches). For many years Director of Military Art and History at the Staff College. Publications : A Tactical Study of Fredericksburg Life of Stonewall Jackson. Club : United Service. [Died 5 March HENDERSON, Admiral George Morris, M.V.O s. of Rev. J. H. Henderson and Anne, d, of Admiral H. G. Morris. Educ. : Marlborough. Entered Navy, 1865 Midshipman of " Ocean," 1868 landed with Naval Brigade at Kobe", Japan in " Victor Emmanuel " during Ashanti War, served with Naval Brigade in Natal, 1881 in " Iris " at Suakin, 1884 served with Naval Brigade up the Nile, commanded " Isis " in China, 1900 A.D.C. to the King, 1905 retired a Rear-Admiral, Address : Red House, Little Blakenham, near Ipswich. Club : Naval and Military. [Died 16 Jan HENDERSON, Sir James, Kt., cr D.L., J.P. managing proprietor Belfast News Letter and of the Belfast Weekly News Alderman of the Belfast Corporation from Jan Mount Collyer Park, Belfast, 26 Apr e. *. of late James Alexander Henderson, Norwood Tower, Co. Down, Ireland, and Agnes, d. of late Alexander Mackay, Mount Collyer Park, Belfast m. 1880, Martha Anne, d. of late David Pollock, architect, Newry four *. one d. Educ. : Trinity College, Dublin. Bar, Irish, 1872 edited Newry Telegraph, First Lord Mayor of Greater Belfast, 1898 First High Sheriff County of the City of Belfast, 1900 elected President Institute of Journalists for 1900 elected President Master Printers' Federation of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, 1904 created Freeman of the city of Belfast, Address: Frederic, b Address : Watford Court, Oakley House, Windsor Park, Belfast. Rugby. Clubs : Brooks's, Turf. [Died 1 May [Died 27 Nov HENDERSON, Major-General Kennett Gregg, HENLEY, Joseph John, C.B D.L., J.P., C.B. retired b. Kensington, 27 Nov and Alderman, Oxfordshire County Council *. of Charles Cooper Henderson of Haliford, and Charlotte, d. of Charles By m. Corinne, d. of Hon. Henry Starnes of Montreal, Canada. Educ. : privately and abroad. Entered army as Ensign in 60th Rifles, 1855, in which he served till 1885 was A.A. and Q.M.G., Egypt, A.A. and Q.M.G. E. District, A.A. and Q.M.G. for Recruiting, commanded the garrison of Alexandria, served in Indian Mutiny China War, 1860 Fenian Raids in Canada, 1866 Nile Expedition, and (despatches, 1885) Queen's Gate Terrace, S.W. Address Clubs : : 38 United Service, Naval and Military. HENDERSON, [Died 10 Aug Sir William, Kt. cr LL.D., D.L., J.P. b. Aberdour, 10 April 1826 e. s. of James Henderson and Helen Thomson m. Jane, e. d. of George Thompson, M.P., Pitmeddan, In business from 1850 in Aberdeen and London as merchant and shipowner for some years Pres. of Aberdeen Chamber of Commerce Lord Provost of Aberdeen, Address : Devanha House, Aberdeen. Clubs : National Liberal Scottish Liberal, Edinburgh Royal Northern, Aberdeen. [Died 9 June HENDERSON, Very Rev. William George, D.D., D.C.L. Dean of Carlisle from ) *. of Admiral George Henderson m. Jane (d. 1901), d. of J. Dalyell, Lingo, Fileshire. Educ. : Magdalen Coll. Oxford. (Demi, Chancellor's Latin Verse Prize 1839 B.A., 1st Class Lit. Hum. and 2nd Class Math Chancellor's Latin Essay Prize, 1842 Ellerton ological Essay Prize, M A 1843) Deacon, 1844 Priest, 1859 Headmaster Magdalen College School, Oxford, Tutor in University of Durham, Fellow Magdalen College, Junior Proctor, Oxford, Principal Hatfield Hall, Durham, Headmaster Victoria Coll. Jersey, Leeds Grammar School, Publications : edited the York Missal, 1874 Hereford Missal, 1874 York Manual, 1875 York Pontifical, 1875 Sarum Processional, Address : Deanery Carlisle. [Died 24 Sept HENEAGE, Sir Algernon Charles Fiesche, G.C.B., cr K.C.B., cr Admiral, 1894 (retired 1898) b. 19 March 1834 e. s. of Chas. Fiesche" Heneage, Cadaby, Lincolnshire, and Louisa, d. of 3rd Lord Graves m. Louisa, d. of Sir Edmund Antrobus, 3rd Bt., 1874 one d. Entered R.N served in the operations in Burmah subsequently in Baltic and Black Sea during Crimean War 2nd in command of the Channel Fleet, Commander-in- Chief on Pacific Station, Commander-in-Chief at the Nore, Address : 22 South Eaton Place, S.W. Clubs : Marlborough, United Service. [Died 10 June HENLEY of Chardstock 3rd Baron (Ireland) (cr. 1799), Anthony Henley Henley, Baron Northington, Watford (U.K.), 1885 [Barony of Henley granted to 3rd Baron's grandfather, Sir Morton Eden, for diplomatic services] family name changed by 2nd Baron, 1831 m. 1st, Julia Peel, d. of Dean of Worcester, 1846 (d. 1862) 2nd, Clara Campbell Lucy Jekyll, Liberal till Home Rule was adopted by Liberal leaders, 1886, when he became Unionist. Educ. : Eton Christ Church, Oxford. M.P. Northampton, Owned about 5450 acres. Heir : s. b. 29 Dec e. s. of late Rt. Hon. J. W. Henley, M.P., and Georgina, d. of John Fane of Wormesley and the Lady E. Fane m. Agnes Walwyn, d. of late odore Walrond of Calder Park, Lanarkshire, 1849 three d. Educ. : Eton Christ Church, Oxford. Royal Dragoons Private Secretary to President, Board of Trade, 1852 and 1857 General Inspector, Local Government Board, served on various Royal Commissions. Decorated for services under Local Government Board. Publications : Reports on Employment of Women and Children in Agriculture Reports on Boarding Out in Scotland Reports on American Poor Law, etc., etc. Recreations : hunting, shooting, fishing. Address : Waterperry House, Wheatley, Oxford. Club : Carlton. [Died 13 Oct HENLEY, William Ernest b. Gloucester, 23 Aug m. Anna, d. of Edward Boyle Edinburgh, Educ. : the.crypt Grammar School, Gloucester LL.D. St. Andrews. Editor of London, the Magazine of Art, the Scots afterwards the National Observer, New Review, Tudor Translations (North, Florio, Shelton, Holland, Urquhart, Berners, and others), etc. Publications : Book of Verses, 1888, 4th ed Memorial Catalogue of the French and Dutch Loan Collection, 1888

2 WHO WAS WHO, Q16 HBNRY Views and Reviews, I. Literature, 1890 Song of the Sword, nd ed Centenary Burns (with T. F. Henderson : Terminal Essay by W. E. H., published separately, 1898), i.-iv the Works of Lord Byron, vol. i. 1897, etc. English Lyrics, 1897 Poems, 1898 Poetry of Wilfrid Blunt (with George Wyndham) London Types (with W. Nicholson), 1898 For England's Sake, 1900 Shakespeare, Edinburgh Folio, 1901 Hawthorn and Lavender, and other verses, 1901 Views and Reviews, IT. Painting and Sculpture, Deacon Brodie, Beau Austin, Admiral Guinea, Macaire (plays, with R. L. Stevenson). Address : 21 Bedford Street, Covent Garden, W.C. [Died 11 July HENN, His Honour Judge Thomas Rice, Q.C., J.P., D.L. b nd, but e. sure. s. of late Wm. Henn, Master of the High Court of Chancery in Ireland, and Mary Rice, e. d. of Geo. Fosbery of Clorane, Co. Limerick m. 1845, Jane Isabella, 2nd d. of late Rt. Hon. Francis Blackburne, Lord Chancellor of Ireland. Educ. : St. Mary's Coll. Winchester Trinity College, Dublin. Zing's Gold Medallist, Winchester bracketed for scholarship Trin. Coll. with late Rt. Hon. J. E. Walsh, Master of the Rolls for Ireland Irish Barr. Trinity Term, 1839 Q.C chairman Quarter Sessions and County Court Judge Co. Carlow, May 1859 Chairman of Quarter Sessions County Court Judge of Co. of Galway, Recorder of Galway, Owned nearly 8000 acres. Recreations : music, literature, troutfishing, horticulture, walking. Address : Address : Montpellier Hall, Brighton. A. J. Henniker-Hughan, R.N., b Paradise Hill Ennis, Co. Clare 48 Upper [Died 19 Aug Mount Street, Dublin. Club : Kildare HENNIKER, 5th Baron (cr. 1800), John Major Street, Dublin. [Died 4 June Henniker-Major, D.L., J.P., F.S.A. Bt. HENNER, Jean Jacques artist b Berrnviller, Baron Hartismere (U.K.) 1866 Alsace, 5 March Educ. : Ecole des Governor of Isle of Man since 1896 Hon. Beaux-Arts (Prix de Rome). Knight of the Col. 6th Vomnteer Batt. Suffolk Regt. Legion of Honour, 1873 Officer, 1878 Prov. Grand Master Suffolk from 1885, and Commander, 1898 Grand Officier, 1903 Isle of Man from 1899 b. 7 Nov *. Institut de France, Works : Adam of 4th Baron and Anne, e. d. of Sir Edward and Eve finding the Body of Abel, 1858 Kerrison, Bt. S. father 1870 m. Alice, Bather Asleep, 1863 Chaste Susanna, 1865 Byblis turned into a Spring, 1867 Magdalene, 1878 Portrait of M Hayem, 1878 Christ Entombed, 1879 Saint Jerome, 1881 Herodias, 1887 A Study, 1891 Christ in His Shroud, 1896 Portrait of Carolus Duran, 1896 Portrait of Mile. Fouquier, 1897 Levite of the Tribe of Ephraim, 1898 Dream, Address : Place Pigalle 11 (IX^ ), Paris. [Dif.d 22 July HENNESSEY, John Baboneau Nicklerlien, C.I.E M.A., F.R.S., Deputy Surveyor- General, Survey of India (retired). In charge Trigonometrical Surveys b. I Aug Address : Merrimu, 18 Alleyn Park, West Dulwich, S.E. Club : Athenaeum. [Died 23 May HENNESSY, Maj.-Gen. Sir George Robertson, C.B K.C.B. cr Indian Army, Unemployed Supernumerary List s. of late Major-Gen. John Hennessy, Bengal Army. Entered Bengal 34th N.I served with 93rd Highlanders and 75th Regt. in Indian Mutiny, at Relief of Lucknow, 1857 at occupation of Alumbagh, (wounded) served in Bundelcund, permanently transferred to 15th Sikhs, 1867 continued to serve in this regiment till 1890 commanded 15th Sikhs, Afghan War, at the occupation of Candahar in Sir Donald Stewart's force also in advance to Cabul present at Battle of Ahmed Khel, 19 April 1880, and in the action at Arzoo, 22 April 1880 accompanied Sir F. Roberts' force in command of 15th Sikhs from Cabul to Candahar, 1880 commanded the regiment in reconnaissance of Afghan position on 31 Aug at Candahar, and the battle, 1 Sept. of same year commanded 15th Sikha in Eastern Soudan at Suakin, 1885, in Sir Gerald Graham's force present at Battles of Hasheen, 19 March, and Tofrek, 22 March. Medals : Indian Mutiny, with clasp for Relief of Lucknow Afghan war medal, (clasps for the Battles of Ahmed Khel and Candahar) bronze star for Roberts' march Egyptian war medal and clasps for Tofrek and Suakin, 1885 the Khedive's bronze star. Frequently mentioned in despatches, etc. Club : United Service. [Died 26 July HENNIKER, Sir Brydges Powell, 4th Bt. cr J.P., D.L. b. Thornham, Suffolk, 1835 s. of 3rd Bt. and 2nd wife, 4th d. of 3rd Lord Henniker S. father 1849 m. 1860, Justina Louisa (d. 1890), y. d. of Thomas Hughan, of Airds, N.B. Educ. : Eton. Ensign 68th Foot, 1852 Cornet Royal Horse Guards, 1854 Lieut Capt retired 1859 Capt. West Essex Yeomanry, Registrar- General for England and Wales, Heir : s. Major Frederick, b. 1862, King's Royal Rifle Corps. Address: Montpellier Hall, Brighton. Club : Carlton. [Died 12 July HENNIKER, Sir Frederick Brydges Major, 5th Bt. cr b. 12 Aug *. of 4th Bt. and Justina Louisa, y. d. of Thomas Hughan, of Airds, N.B. S. father Educ. : Wellington College. Heir : b, Capt. o. d. of 3rd Earl of Desart, Educ. : Eton Trin. Coll. Camb. M.A M.P. (C.) for E. Suffolk, Lord-in- Waiting, , , , and Owned about 11,100 acres. Heir: s. Hon. Charles H. C. Henniker-Major. Address: Thornham Hall, Eye, Suffolk Worlingworth Hall, Wickham Market Government House, Isle of Man. Clubs : Carlton, Travellers', Constitutional. [Died 27 June HENNIKER-MAJOR, Maj.-Gen. Hon. Arthur Henry C.B Com. 1st London Division from 1909 b. London, 3 Apr rd s. of 4th B. Henniker m. 1882, Hon. Florence Milnes. Educ. : Eton Cambridge (B.A.). Passed Staff College. Joined Coldstream Guards, 1875 Adjutant, Egypt, 1882 assistant private secy., Secretary of State for War, : D.A.A.G. (S. Dist.), commanded Guards depot, D.A.A.G. Home District, D.A.A.G. Headquarters, 1898 Commanded 2nd Batt. Coldstream Guards served South African Campaign, (despatches thrice, Brevet Col., Queen's medal, 6 clasps, King's medal, 2 clasps, C.B.) Brigadier-General for Administration for Irish Command, 1904 Brigadier-General in command of 1st Guards Brigade, Aldershot Army Corps Recreations : shooting, riding, rowing, rackets, and fencing. Address: 13 Stratford Place, W. Clubs: Guards', Turf, Travellers', Carlton. [Died 6 Feb HENRY, Alexander, Recorder of Carlisle e. s. of Rev. A. Henry of Kingsmill, Armagh. Educ. : Queen's University, Ireland (M.A.). 831

3 HENRY WHO WAS WHO, London University (LL.B.). Called to Bar, Middle Temple, 1865 Emeritus Professor of Jurisprudence, University College, London Reader and Examiner in Evidence and Procedure to Council of Legal Education, Publication : Jurisprudence, or the Science of Law. Address : 6 Pump Court, Temple. E.G. [Died 18 Nov HENRY, Rt. Rev. Henry, R.C. Bishop of Down and Connor, cons HENRY, Rev. J. Edgar, M.A., D.D. [Died 8 March Professor of Church History and Polity, and Pastoral ology, from 1890 b. 18 Feb *. of Rev. John Henry, Leitrim, Co. Down m. 1874, Isabella, 5th d. of John Hutton, Ballygrangey. Newtownards one d. Educ : Royal Academical Inst. and Queen's and Assembly's Colleges, Belfast. M.A. of the Royal University, and D.D. of the Presbyterian ological Faculty, Ireland. Presbyterian minister of second Ardstraw, Canterbury, second Deny, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, Publications : Plan of the House, a Catechetical Manual of Church Government and Worship Homiletics on Amos, and Homilies on Jonah, in the Pulpit Commentary sermons, lectures, and magazine articles. Recreations : fishing, shooting, golf. Address : Magee Presbyterian College, Derry. [Died 13 Feb HENRY, Mitchell, J.P., D.L. b *. of late Alexander Henry, M.P., and Elizabeth, d. of Oliver Brush, of Willow Bank, Co. Down m. 1850, Margaret, d. of George Vaughan, of Quilly House, Co. Down three s. three d. Educ. : Univ. Coll. London. High Sheriff Galway, M.P. Galway County, Glasgow (Blackfriars Div.), Address : Leamington. [Died 22 Nov HENRY, Maj.-Gen. St. George Charles Henry, C.B late Northumberland Fusiliers b. 29 Dec Entered army, 1880 served Dongola, 1896 (despatches, medal with clasp) Nile, 1897 (clasp) Khartoum, 1898 (despatches, medal, Brevet Lleut.-Col.) defeat of Khalifa (despatches, Brevet Col.) served South Africa, (despatches, Queen's medal, 6 clasps, C.B.) 2nd class Osmanieh and 2nd class Mejidieh. Address: Toghermore, Tuam, Co. Galway. Clubs : Naval and Military Kildare Street, Dublin. [Died 9 Dec HENSLEY, Rev. Lewis Vicar of Hitchin, Herts, from 1856 Rural Dean from 1874 and Hon. Canon of St. Albans from 1881 b. 20 May 1824 *. of Lewis Hensley, F.R.C.S. m. 1st, 1857, Margaret Isabella (d. 1860), d. of Andrew Amos of St. Ibbs, Herts, Downing Professor of Laws 2nd, 1863, Gertrude Hull, d. of Hull Terrell of Seaford Sussex. Educ. : King's College, London, Trinity Coll. Cambridge, (Scholar) B.A. Senior Wrangler and First Smith's Prizeman Fellow of Trinity Coll. Camb assistant tutor, Curate of Upton-cum-Chalvey, Bucks Vicar of S. Ippolyts, with G Wymondley, Herts, 1856 Select Preacher in University of Cambridge, Publica twns : Dictionary of Christian Antiquities art. Easter, etc. Household Devotions Miscellaneous Sermons Hymns for Minor Sundays elementary educational works Address : Vicarage, Hitchin, Herts. [Died 3 Aug HENSLEY, Sir Robert Mitton, Kt. cr J.P. b y. s. of Lewis Hensley, M.D. m. 1867, Emma Amelia, d. of W. H. Stanley of Bletchington, Southampton. Educ. Harrow Trin. Coll. Camb. B.A., 1863 Chairman Metropolitan Asylums Board Address : Armidale, Putney, S.W Club : Athenaeum. [Died 5 Aug HENSMAN, Colonel Henry Frank, C.M.G : late of 1st Life Guards M.R.C.S. and L.S.A., England A.M.S., retired Senior Medical Officer, Shorncliffe, from 1900 b 25 Oct &. of late William Hensman of Kimbolton, Hunts m. 1877, Ann Barnett, e. d. of Henry Ward of Rodbaston, Penkridge, Staff. one s. Served Eusofzai Campaign, S. African War, in command of American Ladies' Hospital Ship " Maine " (despatches, medal, C.M.G.) Hon. Associate of St. John of Jerusalem promoted Colonel, 1902, for services during war. Club: Constitutional. [Died 21 Feb HENTY, George Alfred, author b. Trumpington, Cambridge, 8 Dec Educ. : Westminster Caius Coll. Camb. Went to Crimea in Purveyor's Dept. of Army invalided home promoted to rank of Purveyor sent out to Italian Legion at end of war was in charge of Belfast and afterwards of Portsmouth districts resigned commission and was for some years engaged in mining operations in Italy, etc. became in 1866 special correspondent of the Standard was through Austro-Italian, Franco-German, and Turco-Servian wars Abyssinian and Ashanti Expeditions with Garibaldi in the Tyrol, etc. Left Cambridge for the Crimea before taking degree. Publications : March to Magdala March to Coomassie novels, A Search for a Secret All but Lost Gabriel Allen A Hidden Foe- Curse of Game's Hold Rujub the Juggler Dorothy's Double A Woman of the Cummune Queen's Cup Colonel Thorndyke's Secret, 1898 also over seventy books for boys. Recreations : rowing, yachting. Address : 33 Lavender Gardens, Clapham Common, S.W. Clubs : Savage, Sports, Royal Thames, Royal Corinthian, etc. [Died 16 Nov HEPBURNE-SCOTT, Hon. Henry Robert, M.A. barrister-at-law b s. of 7th Baron Polwarth m. 1880, Lady Ada Home, d. of llth Earl of Home. Late Captain East Lothian Yeomanry. Address : Knipton Lodge, Grantham. [Died 4 March HEPPER, Col. Albert James, D.S.O., 1886 b. Gibraltar, 24 Oct nd *. of late Richard Lawless Hepper, Gibraltar m. Sophia Henrietta (d. 1907), y. d. of late Richard Lees, Oaken, Staffs., 1867 five. two d. Educ. : private school King's Coll. London R.M.A. Woolwich. Royal Engineers, 1859 employed on peace duties of the corps in Great Britain and the Cape until 1885, when ordered to Egypt commanding Royal Engineers lines of communi- cation, Nile Expedition, C.R.E. Nile Frontier Field Force, (D.S.O. 3rd class Medjidie, Egyptian medal, Khedive's bronze star) commandant Royal Engineers, Guernsey, assistant commandant School of Military Engineering, Chatham, Member of Ordnance Committee, retired 1896 present at the Battle of Ginniss (despatches) Engineering Inspector Local Govt. Board, [Died 23 Apr HERBERT, Hon. Alan Percy Harty Molyneux, M.D. of Faculty of Paris *. of 3rd Earl of Carnarvon and Henrietta Anna Howard Molyneux unmarried. Educ. : Harrow Christ Church, Oxford. After leaving Oxford went to Paris, where he regularly followed the medical course was appointed after competitive examination, Interne (House Physician) to the Paris Hospitals, 1865 was appointed Physician to the Hertford British Hospital, founded by the late Sir i Richard ^Wallace, ^Decorated:

4 WHO WAS WHO, HERKOMEB services rendered to the English poor during the Siege and afterwards. Address: 18 Hue Duphot, Paris. Clubs : Athenaeum British, Paris. [Died 8 March HERBERT, Sir Arthur James, K.C.B. or General, retired 1887 b nd s. of John Arthur Jones, Llanarth Court, Monmouthshire, and Lady H. Jones in 1846 the family by Royal License reverted to old family name of Herbert m. widow of Captain G. Ferguson, Houghton Hall, Cumberland, Educ. : Prior Park Catholic Coll. University, Munich. Joined the Royal Welsh Fusiliers in 1839 served as Major during the Crimean War, 1855 Assistant Adj. -General Colchester, 1856 Deputy Quartermaster-Gen. Corfu, 1857 Assistant Quartermaster-Gen. Aldershot, 1865 Assistant Adj. -Gen. Horse Guards, 1868 Brig.-Gen. Aldershot, 1873 Major- Gen, commanding Dublin, Curragh Districts, to the Forces, 1876 Quartermaster-Gen, 1882 retired. Address : 24 Thurloe Square, S.W. Clubs : Army and Navy, United Service, Hurlingham. [Died 24 Nov HERBERT, Hon. Auberon E. W. M., D.C.L. journalist b. 18 June rd s. of 3rd E. of Carnarvon m. Florence, d. of 6th E. Cowper, 1871 one s. one d. Educ. : Eton and Oxford. 2nd class Moderations. Lieut. 7th Hussars M.P. for Nottingham, Publications: Politician in Trouble about his Soul Bad Air and Bad Health Windfall and Waterdrift Sacrifice of Education to Examination (edited). Recreations : bicycling, sailing, carpentering, motoring. Address : Old House, Rlngwood. [Died 5 Nov HERBERT of Lea, Lady Elizabeth d. of General A'Court, niece of Lord Heytesbury, m. Rt. Hon. Sidney Herbert, 12 Aug. 1846, and mother of 13th and 14th Earls of Pembroke. Publications : Cradle - Lands Impressions of Spain Rambles round the World Algeria, or Search after Sunshine Love and Self-sacrifice kla Edith Wayside Tales Wives and Mothers in the Olden Times First Martyrs of the Holy Childhood in China Children of Nazareth Lives of Monsignor Dupanloup, Garcia Moreno, Alexis Clerc, General de Sonis, the Archbishop of Braga, Geronimo, Pere Eymard, Ven. Clement Hofbauer, St. John Baptist de Rossi, St. Cajetan, Mother Teresa Dubouche", Pe"re Peract, etc. Address : Herbert House, Belgrave Square, S.W. [Died 30 Oct HERBERT, Hon. Sir Michael Henry, K.C.M.G., cr C.B British Ambassador, Washington, from 1902 b. 25 June th s. of 1st Baron Herbert of Lea b. of Earl of Pembroke m. Lelia, d. of Richard Wilson, Charge d'affaires, Washington, Secretary to H.M. Legation, Washington, at the Hague, Constantinople, Rome, Sec. to H.M. Embassy at Paris, Address: British Embassy, Washington. [Died 30 Sept HERBERT, Rt. Hon. Sir Robert George Wyndham, cr G.C.B., D.C.L., LL.D., J.P., D.L. Chancellor of the Order of St. Michael and St. George, 1892 b. Brighton, 12 June 1831 o. s. of late Hon. Algernon Herbert, y. s. of 1st Earl of Carnarvon unmarried. Educ. : Eton Ballioi Coll. Oxford. Gained honours in classics Fellow (1854) of All Souls Barr. Inner Temple, 1858 Col. Sec., Queensland, 1859 member of Legislative Assembly, and Premier of Queensland, Assistant Secretary, Board of Trade, 1868 Assistant Under- Sec., Colonial Office, 1870 Permanent Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies Agent-General for Tasmania, High Sheriff of London, 1899 Knight (first class) of the Order of the Crown of Johore Director of Peninsular and Oriental Steamship Co. Chairman of Tariff Commission, 1904 Policy : Free Trade via Protection. Recreations : chiefly Corycian. Address : 3 Whitehall Court, S.W. Ickleton, Great Chesterford, Essex. Clubs : Athenaeum, Club, Grillion's, City of London. [Died 8 May HERBERT, Maj.-Gen. Hon. William Henry b. 8 Feb th *. of 2nd Earl of Powis m. 1871, Sybella Augusta, e. d. of late Mark William Vane Milbank, Thorp Perrow, Yorks. Educ. : Eton. Entered army, 1852 Maj.- Gen served Crimea with 46th Regt (medal with clasp, Turkish medal) Mayor of Shrewsbury, Address : Winsley Hall, Shrewsbury. Club : Carlton. [Died 29 Jan HERBERTSON, Andrew John, M.A. (Oxon.) Ph D. (Freiburg i. B.) Reader in Geography in the University of Oxford from 1905, and Professor concurrently from 1910 Hon. Secretary Geographical Association Editor Geographical Teacher Member of Royal Commission on Canals and Inland Waterways, President of the Geographical Section of British Association, Publications : Atlas of Meteorology (joint editor), 1899 Man and His Work, 1899 (joint author) Outlines of Physiography Commercial Geography Distribution of Rainfall, 1901 Descriptive Geographies, Natural Regions of the World, 1905 A Handbook of Geography Editor (joint), Oxford Survey of the British Empire, 1914 (6 vols.) Editor of the Oxford Geographies and the Oxford Wall Maps and many contributions to scientific journals and encyclopaedias. Address : 40 Broad Street, Oxford. [Died 31 July HERIZ, Captain Reginald Yorke, C.M.G., 1902 b. 20 Jan m. 1890, Ada Bertha (d. 1894), e. d. of late Col. Darcy Hunt. Entered Navy, 1864 Commander, 1899 retired. Captain, 1902 served Soudan in command of Naval Brigade, 1884 (thanks of Board of Trade) Transport Officer, Benin Expedition, 1897 Divisional Transport Officer, Southampton, (thanks of Admiralty, C.M.G.). Address : Park Crescent, Worthing. [Died 24 Feb HERKOMER, Prof. Sir Hubert von, Kt., cr C.V.O., Hon. D.C.L. Oxon., Hon. LL.D. Cambs., R.A b. Waal, Bavaria, 26 May 1849 *. of Lorenz Herkomer. M.A., Hon. Fellow of All Souls Coll. Oxford Associate of the Institute 6*f France Associate of the t Belgian Academy m. 1st, 1874, Anna (d. 1883), d. of Albert Weise of Berlin 2nd, 1884, Lulu (d. 1885), d. of T. Griffiths of Stanley House, Ruthin 3rd, 1888, Margaret, 2nd d. of T. Griffiths two *. two d. Received Grande Medaille d'honneur at Paris, 1878, for picture Last Muster A.R.A Officer of the Legion of Honour foreign Knight of the Prussian Order pour le Me"rite held Maximilian Order pour le Me"rite nine years ( ) Slade Professor of Fine Arts at Oxford held life professorship at Munich founded Herkomer School of Art at Bushey, 1883 presented with Insignia of Knight Cross of Order of Merit, Bavaria, 1899 Komturkreuz Saxe Meingen, 1899 Hon. Member of Asociacion de Artistas Espanole of Madrid, 1906 Hon. Corresponding Member of the Soeie"te" dea Artistes francais, 1906' Pictures: Herkomers, 1910 Last Muster Found Chapel of the Charterhouse Portrait of Miss Katheriue Grant Portrait of the Lady in Black Hard Times On Strike Guards' Cheer etc. Re-

5 i cotland HERMAN WHO WAS WHO, creation : automobilisra. Address : Lulu laund, Bushey, Herts. Clubs : Athenaeum Royal Automobile, Burlington Fine Arts Arts, Garrick. [Died 31 March 1914 HERMAN, George Ernest, M.B. Lond.,F.R.C.P. F.R.C.S. Consulting Obstetric Physician London Hospital b. 8 Feb m Emily, d. of T. Gibbings of Chichester four s. one d. Educ. : London Hospital. Ap pointed Assistant Obst. Physician, London Hospital, 1876 Obstetric Physician, 1883 formerly Physician to the Royal Maternity Charity and to the General Lying-in Hospital President Obst. Soc. London , and of Hunterian Soc., Examiner in Midwifery, Royal College o: Surgeons and Royal College of Physicians Universities of Oxford, Cambridge, London Durham, and the Victoria University, Man Chester. Publications : First Lines in Mid vifery, 1891 Difficult Labour, 1894 Dis ases of Women, Address : Caer Glou, Cam, Glos. [Died 11 March 1914 HERON-MAXWELL, Sir John Robert, 7th Bt of Springkell cr J.P. and D.L Dumfriesshire J.P. Counties Cumberland head in the male line Surrey, and London )f the Maxwells of Poloc, and chief of the Clydesdale Maxwells J.P., D.L. member f Royal Archers, King's Body-Guard for a Director of the Alliance Assur mce Co., St. James's Branch b. 4 June 1836 e. s. of 6th Bt. and Hon. Montgomery Stewart Caroline, d. ol m. Caroline (d 1900), d. of R. Howard-Brooke, Castle Howard, Ovoca, Co. Wicklow, 1866 one * four d. Educ. : Harrow Exeter Coll. Oxford. Master of the Merchant Taylors' Co, served in Royal Horse Guards and 15th King's Hussars retired as Capt and then engaged in commercial pursuits Recreations : bowling, shooting, fishing, cricket, curling. Heir : s. Ivor, b M.A. Camb Address : 9 Wilbraham Place, S.W. Club : Carlton. [Died 12 May HERRIES, Edward, C.B Diplomatic Service b o. sum. s. of late Right Hon. J. C. Herries and Sarah, d. of late John Dorington. Educ. : Tonbridge School. Was Secretary of Legation at Berne, Brussels, Lisbon, at Turin, Florence, and Rome, was Charge" d'affaires several times at above places. Address : St. Julian's, Sevenoaks. Clubs : Athenaeum, Travellers'. [Died 16 Nov HERRIES, 12th Baron (cr. 1491), Marmaduke Constable-Maxwell, D.L. Baron Herries (U.K.), 1884 Lord-Lieut, of Yorkshire, E. Riding, from 1880 Lieut, of Stewartry of Kirkcudbright from 1885 [Sir Eustace defended Carlaverock against Edward I.] b. 4 Oct e. s. of llth Baron and Marcia, e. d. of Hon. Sir Edward Marmaduke Vavasour, 1st Bt. of Hazlewood, Yorkshire S. father 1876 m. 1875, Hon. Angela Mary Charlotte Fitzalan-Howard, 2nd d. of 1st Lord Howard of Glossop. Educ. : Stonyhurst. Owned about 18,900 acres. Heir to Scottish Barony : d. Duchess of Norfolk. Address : -Everingham Park, York Carlaverock Castle, Dumfriesshire. Clubs : Athenaeum, Brooks's, Hurlingham, Yorkshire. [Died 5 Oct Chairman of City of London Electric Lighting Co., Electric and General Investment Co., Municipal Trust Co., Burry Port and Gwendraeth Valley Railway Co., Mysore West Gold Co., Mysore Wynaad Gold Co., Twentieth Century Club (for Working Ladies) Treasurer of North-West London Hospital a Soup Kitchen in Camden Town built and endowed the Haven of Rest for gentlefolk 334 HERRING, George brought to poverty through genuine fortune furnished Salvation Army Sh for the homeless large benefactor to the Metropolitan Hospital Fund. Address : 1 Hamilton Place, W. Bridge House, Maiden- Head Putteridge, Luton. [Died 2 Nov HERSCHEL, Alexander Stewart, M.A., D.C.L., F.R.S. Hon. Professor of Physics and Experimental Philosophy, Durham Coll. of Science, Newcastle-on-Tyne. Address (and property) Observatory House, : Slough, Bucks. [Died 18 June HERSCHELL, 1st Baron (cr. 1886), Farrer Herschell, P.C., G.C.B., D.C.L., LL.D., D.L., J.P. Knight Bach Captain of Deal Castle from 1890 Chancellor of London University from 1893 b. 2 Nov s of late Rev. Ridley H. Herschell, London, and Helen, d. of William Mowbray, Edinburgh m. Agnes, 3rd d. of Edward Leigh Kindersley, Clyffe, Dorchester, Educ.: London Univ. B.A. with classical Honours. Barr. Lincoln's Inn, 1860 Q.C Bencher of Lincoln's Inn, 1872 Recorder of Carlisle, M.P. (L.) City of Durham, Solicitor- General, Lord High Chancellor, 1886 and Heir : s. Richard, b Address : 46 Grosvenor Gardens, S.W. Deal Castle, Kent. Clubs : Athenaeum. Brooks's, Devonshire, National Liberal, Windham. [Died 2 Mar HERSCHELL, George, M.D. Lond. Physician Specialist on Diseases of the Digestive Organs s. of late Rev. L. Herschell 6. London, 1856 m. three s. Educ. : Uppingham St. Thomas' Hospital. Fellow of Royal Society of Medicine Ex-President West Kent Medico-Chirurgical Society: Senior Physician to the Kensington Hospital and to the National Hospital for Diseases of the Heart (retired) Physician to the West End Hospital for Nervous Diseases late Surgeon-Captain 22nd Middlesex R.V. Principal Medical Officer Imperial Life Insurance Company. Publications : Manual of Intragastric Technique Indigestion its : Nature, Diagnosis, and Treatment Diagnosis of Cancer of the Stomach Non- Surgical Treatment of Duodenal Ulcer Systematic Investigation of Diseases of the Stomach and Intestines Constipation and its Modern Treatment Chronic Colitis : its Diagnosis, Consequences, and Treatment. Recreations : golf, photography. Address : 36 Harley Street, W. [Died 29 June HERTSLET, Sir Edward, K.C.B. cr F.R.G.S Librarian and Keeper of the Archives of the Foreign Office, 1857 (retired) b. Westminster, 3 Feb m. Eden (d. 1899), d. of late John Bull, Clerk of the Journals, House of Commons. Educ.: private schools. Employed Librarian's Department, Foreign Office, 1840 supernumerary clerk, 1842 permanently appointed, 1844 Sub-Librarian, 1855 C.B. 21 Feb Attached to special Embassy of Lords Beaconsfield and Salisbury to Congress at Berlin, with a Royal Commission as Acting Secretary of Embassy in the Diplomatic Service, 3 June 1878 knighted by Her Majesty Queen Victoria in recognition of his services at Berlin, 30 July 1878 retired 1894, but services retained until Publications : Map of Europe by Treaty Map of Africa by Treaty Hertslet's Commercial Treaties British and Foreign State Papers separate collections of Treaties regulating Trade between Great Britain and Foreign Austria, 1875 China, 1896 Italy, 1876 Japan, 1879 Persia, 1891 Spain, 1878 Turkey, 1875 and the "Foreign Office List " Recollections of the Old Foreign Office, Address : Belle Vue

6 WHO WAS WHO, HEUSTON House, Richmond, Surrey. Club : Royal Societies'. [Died 4 Aug HERTSLET, George Thomas C.V.O Knight of St. John of Jerusalem b. 14 June 1822 s. of Lewis Hertslet, Librarian, Foreign Office m. 1st, 1885, Geraldine Eliza (d. 1903), d. of Robert Stokes 2nd, Harriot, widow of Chas. Skipper. JEduc. : King's Coll. Temporarily employed in Foreign Office, 1838 Paymaster of H.M.'s Household and Sergeant-at-Arms, retired after 64 years' service in the Household. Received Jubilee and Coronation medals. Address : St. James's Palace, S.W. Club : Junior Constitutional. [Died 16 Feb HERVEY, General Charles Robert West, C.B unemployed list b. 8 Feb rd s. of Captain Hervey Augustus Frederick Hervey m. 1st, Mary Ann, 3rd d. of Gen. Peter Delamotte, C.B. 2nd, Mary Elizabeth Dudley, d. of Lieut.-Col. Lothian Sheffield Dickson, J.P. and D.L. Educ. : Johnston's School, High Street, Hampstead Addiscombe College. Passed qualified for the Engineers declined appointment to the Artillery went out to India as 1st for the infantry 2nd in command, and sometime Commandant, of the Scinde Irregular Horse on the Upper Scinde Frontier A.D.C. to Gen. Delamotte, C.B., and A.D.C. to Sir James Outram in Persia raised by Lord Canning to the head of the Thuggee and Dacoitie Suppression Department and subsequently, as General Superintendent, was employed as Chief of the Secret Service Special Department under the direct orders and the personal conduct of the Governor- General was finally succeeded by Sir Edward Bradford, G.C.B. Address: " Arundel " St. Mary Church, Torquay. [Died 23 June HERVEY, Dudley Francis Amelias, C.M.G., 1892 J.P., Suffolk b. Great Chesterford, Essex, 7 Jan nd s. (e. sure.) of late Rev. Lord Charles Hervey, D.D., *. of 1st Marquess of Bristol and Lady Harriet Charlotte Sophia, 4th d. of 1st Earl of Harrowby m. 1894, Griselda Mary ophila, y. d. of late Sir Edward Fitzgerald Campbell, Bart., Col. 60th Rifles one s. one d. Educ : Marlborough. Resident Councillor at Malacca, Straits Settlements, and Member of the Executive and Legislative Councils of the Colony, 1883 took temporary charge as well of the State of Sungei Ujong, 1884 superintended the Negri Sembilan States as well as Malacca, retired on pension, Assisted by late A. Maclean-Skinner, C.M.G., initiated the formation of a branch at Singapore of the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, 1876 was a Fellow of the Royal Colonial Institute. Decorated for general services in Publications : English and Malay Vocabulary various papers to Journals of the Straits Branch of R.A.S. and of Folklore and Anthropological Societies. Member of R.A.S. in London, of Folklore, Anthropological, Hakluyt, and Royal Geographical Societies. Recreations : bicycling, golf. Address : Westfields, Aideburgh, Suffolk Clubs : Belstead House, Aldeburg. Sesame, Authors'. [Died I June HERVEY, Rev. Frederick Alfred John, C.V.O., M.A. Domestic Chaplain to the King Canon of Norwich b. 18 May 1846 s. of late Lord Alfred Hervey, M.P., 6th s. of 1st Marquis of Bristol, and Sophia Elizabeth. d. of Lt.-Gen. John Chester m. Mabel Elizabeth, d. of Maj.-Gen. Augustus Lennox, R.A., 1881 one d. Educ. : Marlborough Trin. Coll. Camb. (M.A.). Ordained deacon, 1869 priest 1870 Curate of Putney, Rector of Upton Pyne, Devon Chaplain in Ordinary to the late Queen Rector of Sandringham, Address : Close, Norwich. Clubs : Athenaeum Norfolk County, Norwich. [Died 8 Aug HERVEY, Sir George William, K.C.B., cr C.B Comptroller- General of the National Debt (retired) b. 16 June 1845 e. s. of Lord William Hervey, 3rd s. of 1st Marquess of Bristol and Cecilia Mary, y. d. of Vice-Adm. Sir Thomas Fremantle, G.C.B. m. 1881, Emily Dora, e. d. of Lord Charles Pelham Clinton, 2nd s. of 4th Duke of Newcastle four s. Educ. : Marlborough. Address : 1 Cromwell Road, S.W. Club : Travellers'. [Died 17 Aug HERVEY, Herbert Arthur Robert, Consul and 2nd Secretary at Guatemala b. 10 Oct y. s. of late Lord Augustus Hervey, M.P. Educ. : Clifton College. Consul at Iquique, Chili, 1982 Monte Video, (Charge d' Affaires, ) Guatemala, (Charge d'affaires, ). Recreation : polo. Address : British Legation, Guatemala. Club : Bachelor's. [Died 11 May HESSEY, Rev. Robert Falkner, M.A., Vicar of Basing from 1864 Hon. Canon Winchester, 1900 b. Fleet Street, 23 Nov s. of James Augustus Hessey and Catherine Falkner m. Emma, y. d. of Nathaniel Dodson, Vicar of Abingdon, and Prebendary of Lincoln three s. one d. Educ. : Kensington Proprietary School Magdalen College, Oxford (Demy, 1844 Fellow, tutor, ). Prox. access. Hertford Latin Scholarship, 1846 Chancellor's Prize for Latin Verse, st Class in Literis Humanioribus, 1848 Deacon, 1855 Priest, 1857 Curate of Abingdon, Rural Dean, Oldham, Basingstoke, Publications : Clergyman in his Study and in Society, an address to the Rural Deaneries of West and South Andover, ,000 Clergy and the Present Crisis, or Pastor in his Parish dealing with Infidelity, 3rd ed Drifting into Unbelief, 1885 Socialism, an address at North Hants Clerical Society, Address : Basing Vicarage, Basingstoke, Hants. [Died 15 June HETHERINGTON, William Lonsdale, sometime classical lecturer King's Coll. Lond. b. Carlisle, 1845 m. 1873, Mary, d. of J. Dakin Gaskell, Barrister, of Highgate three s. one d. Educ. : Durham School Trin. Coll. Camb. (M.A.). Fellow of Trin. Coll. Camb. Captain 2nd Trinity Boat Club, 1867 Chancellor's medalist. Master, Sherborne School, Address: Northcroft, Broadlands Road, Highgate. Club : Garrick. [Died 2 Feb HEUGH, Commander John George, D.S b m. 1899, Helene, d. of Richard Shurman, Dusseldorf. Entered Navy, 1870 retired, 1897 served with Naval Brigade in Zululand, 1879 (despatches, promoted, Zulu medal, clasp) Egyptian War, 1882 (Egyptian medal, Khedive's star) received thanks of Admiralty for his successful manoeuvring of H.M.S. " Rattler " in a severe gale near Japan, 1890 served Benin River (despatches, promoted Commander, D.S.O. medal, Benin River medal, clasp) served South Africa, 1901 (medal, 3 clasps). Addesrs : 17 Cheyne Court, Chelsea, S.W. [Died 19 March HEUSTON, Lieut.-Colonel Ferderiek Samuel, C.M.G R.A.M.C. A.M.O. Edinburgh Hon. Member Royal Zoological Society of Ireland Senior Medical Officer, Scottish Coast Defences (retired) b. Tipperary, Ireland, 1857 *. of Robert Heuston and Elizabeth Tydd unmarried. Educ. : Abbey, Tipperary Rathminer School,

7 HEWETT WHO WAS WHO, Dublin Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland King and Queen's College of Physicians Royal University of Ireland, Lie. R.C.S.I. Lie. K. & Q.C.P.I. Lie. Midwifery, Rotunda, 1883 follow, R.C.S.I Fellow, Royal Academy of Medicine, Ireland. Entered army, 1884 Major, R.A.M.C served Black Mountain Expedition (medal and clasp, Hazara, 1888) in medical charge 1st Batt. Northumberland Fusiliers and Gen. Mulqueen and staff seconded for service with Chinese Government, 1894 opened the Chinese Imperial Medical College, Tientsin, of which was President and Senior Professor Decoration from Chinese Emperor of the Imperial Double Dragon for services in China-Japanese War elected Commandant of Tientsin Defence Volunteers at foundation of that corps retained command to departure from China three years later commanded the first and only Chinese hospital ship South African War, (Queen's medal, 6 clasps, King's medal, 2 clasps, despatches twice, C.M.G.) retired Decorated for services with the 4th Brigade Field Hospital in the South African War. Publication : Curriculum of the Chinese Imperial Medical College. Recreations : founded the first Polo Club in Tientsin large and small game-shooting (India, Kashmir, and China), pigsticking (India) Irish International Football Team (Rugby), cricket, bicycling. Address: 15 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin Castle, Edinburgh. Club : F.B.H., Dublin. [Died 29 March HEWETT, Edward Osborne.C.M.G. Lieut.-Gen. R.E. Governor, R.M.A. Woolwich, 1895 b. 25 Sept nd s. of late Colonel John Hewett, Tyr. Mab. Ellis, Glamorganshire and Frances, d. of Thomas Thornewill, Dove Cliff, Staffordshire m. Catherine, d. of late Colonel Biscoe, R.E., Hookwood, Surrey, Educ. : Cheltenham College R.M.A. Woolwich. 2nd Lieut. R.E Stationed : Chatham, 1854 Dover, 1855 Jamaica, 1857 Portsmouth, 1860 Chatham, 1861 Ontario, Canada, 1862 Halifax, Canada, 1863 Portsmouth, 1868 : Canada, 1875 Plymouth, 1886 Chatham, 1893 Woolwich, Staff- Appointments Commandant : Royal Military College of Canada, 1875 Commandant School Military Engineering, Chatham, Address: Governor's House, Woolwich. Club: United Service. [Died 3 June HEWITT, Abram S., LL.D. b. Haverstrow, State of New York, U.S.A., 31 July 1822 s. of John Hewitt of Penkridge Staff m. 1855, Sarah, o. d. of Peter Cooper of New York. Educ. : Columbia College, New York where he graduated in 1842 at the head of hia class. Studied law admitted to the Bar, 1845 engaged in the manufacture of iron, 1845 appointed Scientific Commis sioner to French Exposition, 1867 elected to Congress, 1874, and served for 12 years, when he resigned to become Mayor of New York, 1887 Chairman of the Carnegie Institution, Publications : Report on the French Exposition of 1867, and many speeches in Congress, and academic addresses Reports as Secretary of the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art. Recreations : a good library and country life at Ringwood, New Jersey, where he had an estate of 20,000 acres. Address New York City, and Ringwood, New Jersey. Clubs : Century, Union, Metropolitan, Players', Engineers, City, Tuxedo. [Diul 18 Jan Master of the Supreme Court, Royal Courts of Justice, London from 1890 b. 30 March 1845, V.. of Thomas Hewlett. Medical Adviser to HEWLETT, William Oxenham Harrow School m. 1873, Frances Mary, 3rd d. of John Swainson of Liverpool five s. one d. Educ. : Harrow. Solicitor, Address: Parkside, Harrow on the Hill. [Died 2 March HEYDON, Hon. Louis Francis, M.L.C. since 1887 b. Sydney, 1848 m. Mary, d. of Edward Gell one s. one d. M.L.A., 1881 Minister of Justice, N.S.W., Address: 117 Pitt Street, Sydney, N.S.W. HEYGATE, William Unwin, J.P., D.L. Leicestershire J.P. Herts M.A. Oxford Chairman, Pares's Leicestershire Banking Co.: Director, Midland Railway, Forth Bridge Co., and Canada Co. Alderman, Leicestershire County Council b nd *. of late Sir Wm. Heygate, 1st Bt. m. 1852, Constance Mary, o. d. of Sir G. H. Beaumont, 8th Bt., of. Cole-Orton Hall, Leicestershire. Educ. : Eton, Merton Coll. Oxford (Classical Honours). Called to the Bar Captain Leicestershire Yeomanry (retired) M.P. (C.) Leicester, Stamford, 1868 S. Leicestershire, Address : Roecliffe, Loughborough. Club : Carlton. [Died 2 March HEYSE, Paul Johann Ludwig b. Berlin, 15 March, 1830 m. 1st, 1854, Margaret (d. 1862), d. of Kugler, the archaeologist 2nd, Anna, Schubart six c. Educ. : Berlin Bonn. Nobel Prize for Literature, Publications : 2 Bande Gedichte und 2 Bande Novellen in Versen Ein Wintersagebuch (Verse) die Novellen sind in 25 Banden erschienen Dramen : Colberg, Hans Lange. Don Jans Ende, Die Weisheit Salomon, Weltuntergang, Maria von Magdala, Mythen und Mysterien, und viele andere 5 Bande italien. Dichter seit Parini (Ubers.). Romane : Kinder der Welt, Im Paradiese, Merlin, Gegen den Strom, die Geburt der Venus, und 3 andere. Address : Li ' Strasse 22, Munchen, Germany. [Died 2 Apr HEYTESBURY, 3rd Baron (cr. 1828), William Frederick Holmes A' Court Bart M.F.H. Wilts, South and West, from [1st Baron was a distinguished diplomatist.] b. 25 June 1862 e. s. of Hon. William Leonard and Isabella, d. of Rev. Richard A'Court Beadon, of Cheddar S. grandfather 1891 m. Margaret, 2nd d. of J. Nixon Harman, Tadmarton, Oxon, Owned about 13,400 acres. Heir pres. : b. Hon. Leonard H. A'Court, b Address: Heytesbury, Wilts Westover, Newport, Isle of Wight. HEYWOOD, Sir [Died 15 Aug Thomas Percival, 2nd Bt. cr J.P. b. 15 Mar *. of 1st Bt. (banker in Manchester), and only d. of Thomas Robinson, Manchester S. father 1865 m. Margaret, d. of Thomas Heywood, of Hope End, Hereford. Educ. : Trinity Coll. Camb. Captain, Staffordshire Yeomanry. Recreation : salmon fishing. Heir : s. Arthur, b Address: Dove Leys, Uttoxeter, and Claremont, Manchester. [Died 26 Oct HEYWOOD-LONSDALE, Arthur Pemberton J.P. Cos. Salop and Flint M.F.H. Shropshire vice-chairman Shropshire C.C. b. Wakefield, 9 Jan s. of Rev. Henry Gylby Lonsdale and Anna, d. of John Pemberton Heywood, Wakefield. Educ. : Eton, and Balliol College, Oxford. Address : Shavington, Market Drayton. Clubs : U.U.C., Athenaeum, Brooks's, R.T.Y.C. [Died 24 Feb HIBBERT, Rt. Hon. Sir John Tomlinson, K.C.B. cr P.C., J.P., D.L. D.C.L. Manchester b m. 1st, 1847, Eliza Ann (d. 1877), d. of Andrew Schofield, of Woodfield, Oldham 2nd, 1878, Charlotte Henrietta, d. of late Admiral Warde one s. one d. Educ. : Shrewsbury St. John's

8 College, Cambridge. Called to the Bar (Inner Temple), 1849 M.P. Oldham, , , contested seat, 1895 Secretary to Local Government Board, , Under-Secretary for Home Department, Secretary to Admiralty, 1886 Secretary to the Treasury, Chairman of Lancashire C.C. Pres. of County Councils Association, etc. Address : Hampsfield, Grange-over- Sands. Club : Reform. [Died 7 Nov HICHENS, John Knill Jope, M.A. Chairman of Stock Exchange Committee, 1897 b. London, 1836 y. s. of William Hichens m. Helen Mary Bryn. Educ. : Winchester University Coll. Oxford Scholar of University Coll., Oxford 1st class Classics, Final School, Barrister, 1864 Member of Stock Exchange, Address : Beech Grove, Sunninghill, Berks. Club : Athenaeum. [Died 9 March HICKMAN, Sir Alfred 1st Bt. cr WHO WAS WHO, Kt., cr D.L., J.P. ex-president British Iron Trade Association Lord of the Manor of Stockingford, Warwickshire d. 3 July 1830 y. s. of George Rushbury Hickman, Moat, Tipton, and Mary, d. of Benjamin Haden, Old Hall, Tipton m. Lucy. d. of William Smith, Portsea, 1850 four s. six d. Educ. : King Edward's School, Birmingham. S. father as Ironmaster and Colliery Proprietor, 1851 contested Wolverhampton, 1880 member of Council Iron and Steel Institute Mining Association of Great Britain chairman, Alfred Hickman, Ltd. Member Tariff Commission, 1904 Member of Advisory Committee, Commercial Intelligence Branch of Board of Trade, 1900 M.P. (C.) Wolverhampton West, , Publications : Improved Means of Water Communication between the Midlands and the ports of London, Liverpool, and Gloucester. Recreations : hunting (Albrighton Hunt), shooting, and fishing. Dunbeath Castle, Caithness Wrekin, Shropshire, and Rudge and Wergs, Staffordshire president of several cycling clubs. Heir : s. Alfred Edward, b Address: 22 Kensington Palace Gardens, London HIGGINSON Council large land and colliery owner in North Wales, Cheshire, and Lancashire and shipowner m. 1877, Annie, e. d. of Henry Shanock of Scarisbrick, Southport, Lanes. Wightwick, Wolverhampton. Clubs : Carlton, Recreations : fond of horses and driving, but St. Stephen's, Constitutional, Thatched practically never took any physical exercise, House M.C.C., Ranelagh, Hurlingham. his principal hobby being local municipal > [Died 11 March government and politics. Address : Elsinore, Oxton, Birkenhead, Cheshire. HICKS, Henry, M.D. (St. Andrews), F.R.S. president Geological Society, in [Died 27 Dec practice as a specialist in mental diseases b. HIGGINS, A., C.B Deputy Accountant- St. David's, 26 May 1837 e. s. of late Thomas Hicks, surgeon m. Mary, d. of Rev. P. D. Richardson, Vicar of St. Dogwells, Pembrokeshire, Educ. : Collegiate and Chapter School, St. David's Guy's Hospital. A physician at St. David's, 'afterwards at Hendon, Middlesex Bigsby gold medal 1883 Diamond Jubilee Commemoration medal, 1897 President Geologists' Association, secretary Geological Society, Publications: On the Lower Lingula Flags of St. David's, Pembrokeshire, 1863 Report on Further Researches in the Lingula Flags of S. Wales, 1865 Descriptions of New Fossils from the Cambrian Rocks. 1869, 1871, 1872, etc. On the discovery of a Hyaena Den near Laugharne, Carmarthenshire, 1869 On the Pre-Cam brian (Dimetian and Pebidian) Rocks of St. David's, 1877 On the Pre-Cambrian Rocks of West and Central Ross-shire On bhe Discovery of some Remains of Plants at the Base of the Denbighshire Grits, 1881 On some Researches in Bone Caves in N. Wales, 1886 Geology of N. Wales with New Map, 1888 On the Discovery of Mam moth and other Remains in Endsleigh Street, London, 1892 On the Morte Slates of N. Devon and W. Somerset, Recreations : exploring rocky and mountainous districts, collecting fossils. Address : Hendon Grove, Hendon, Middlesex. Club : Junior Conservative. [Died 18 Nov HICKS, Rt. Rev. John Wale, D.D., M.D. F.R.C.P., 4th Bishop of Bloemfontein from 1892 b unmarried Fellow of Sidney Sussex Coll. Cambridge. Publications : A Text-Book of Inorganic Chemistry, 1877 Real Presence Christian Doctrine of the Godhead Predestination and Election Doctrine of Absolution (Cambridge lectures on Church Doctrine) Fall and Restoration of Man (Lent sermons, 1893). Recreation : mountaineering. Address : Bishop's Lodge, Bloemfontein, Orange Free State, South Africa. tf [Died 12 Oct HICKS-BEACH, William Wither Bramston, M.A. P.O. M.P. (C.) Andover Div. Hants from 1885 Prov. Grand Master Hants and I. of Wight from 1869 b. Hampshire, 25 Dec m. Caroline Chichester, d. of Col. Cleveland, Tapely Park, North Devon, Educ. : Eton Christ Church, Oxford M.P. North Hants, of which present constituency formed part, Owned about 7000 acres. Recreations : Master of the Oxford Drag Master of the Vine Hounds for 20 years. Address: Oakley Hall, Basingstoke Keevil Manor, Trowbridge. Club: Carlton. [Died 4 Aug HICKSON, Sir Joseph cr *. of Thos. Hickson of Otterburn, m. Catherine d. of Andrew Dow,Montreal. Educ. : Otterburn and Ponteland. Worked on Newcastle and Berwick Railways General Manager of the Grand Trunk Railway, Canada, Address : Montreal. [Died 4 Jan HIGGINBOTTOM, S. W., M.P. (C.) West Div. of Liverpool from 1900 Alderman of city of Liverpool was Chairman of the Electric Power and Lighting Committee of Liverpool Corporation also a member of the Parliamentary and Tramways Committees of that body Chairman of West Derby Divisional General, War Office. Address : 16 King Street, Portman Square, W. Clubs : Reform, Burlington Fine Arts', Royal Societies'. [Died 25 Oct HIGGINS, Right Rev. Joseph, D.D. Catholic Bishop of Ballarat, Victoria, Australia, from 1905 b. Ireland, Educ. : St. Finian's Seminary Navan St. Patrick's College, Maynooth. Assistant Priest Tullamore President of St. Finian's Seminary, Navan, Co. Meath, 1868 Parish Priest of Castletown- Delvin, 1884 Auxiliary Bishop to Cardinal Moran, Archbishop of Sydney, 1889 removed to Diocese of Rockhampton. Queensland, Address : Ballarat, Australia. [Died 16 Sept HIGGINSON, Gen. Sir George Wentworth Alexander, G.C.B., cr K.C.B., cr J.P. retired 1893 b. 21 June 1826 o s of Gen. George Higginson, and Frances, d. of 1st Earl of Kilmorey m. Hon. Florence (d 1912), d. of 1st Baron Castletown of Upper Ossory, 1858 one s. two d. Educ. : Kton. Ensign Grenadier Guards, 1845 m which regt served thirty years was with it during whole of Crimean War, and twice promoted for service in the field commanded Brigade 337

9 HIGQINSON WHO WAS WHO, of Guards and Home District, Lieut.-Governor of the Tower of London, was a Knight of the Legion of Honour Knight Grand Cross of the Crown of Italy Crimean medal with four clasps. Address : Gyldernscroft, Marlow-on-Thomas. Clubs : Carlton, Guards. [ Died 21 June HIGGINSON, Colonel ophilus, C.B. Unemployed List b. Lisburn, Co. Antrim, 4 April th *. of late Henry T. Higginson, J.P., Lisburn, Co. Antrim, and Carnalea House, Co. Down, and Charlotte, d. and heiress of John M'Connell of Belfast, Co. Antrim m. 1871, Ada, y. d. of William Whitla of Lisburn, Co. Antrim. Educ. : Dr. Brindley's Tarvin Hall School, Chester and private tutors. Cadet H.E.I.C.S Ensign, 22nd Madras Infantry, 1856 Lieut. 1858: Lieut. Madras Staff Corps, 1863 Capt Major, 1876 Lieut.-Col Col. in Army, 1886 joined 1st Punjab Infantry, Punjab Frontier Force, 1864 commanded 1st Punjab Infantry, Punjab Frontier Force, War services : North- West Frontier of India Campaign Expedition against Bizoti Afridis, 1869 (dispatches) Cabul Keyl and Taza Keyl Waziris, 1869 Mahsood Waziri Expedition, 1881 Afghan War, (medal, dispatches). Decorated for services on North-West Frontier, Punjab, and Afghan Wars. Recreations : golf, shooting. Address : 23 Campden House "Road, Kensington. Clubs : East India United Service, Mid-Surrey Golf. [Died 30 Aug HIGGINSON, Thomas Wentworth Colonel 33rd U.S. Coloured Infantry (retired) author 6. Cambridge, Mass., 22 Dec *. of Stephen Higginson, jun., and Louisa, d. of Capt. Thos. Storrow (British Army) m. Mary Potter, d. of Peter Thacher, 1879 one d. Educ.: Harvard A.B., A.M., LL.D. Capt. 51st Mass. Vols. (Civil War), 1862 Colonel 1st S.C. Vols. (afterwards 33rd U.S. Coloured Infantry), 1862 wounded at Wiltown Bluff, S.C. 10 July 1863 resigned from consequent disability, 1864 Member Mass. Legislature, Military Staff of Governor of Mass Mass. State Board of Education, Mass. Military and Naval Historian, Foreign Hon. Fellow Royal Society Literature (London.) Publications : Atlantic Essays Out-door Papers Army Life hi a Black Regiment Malbone Oldport Days Young Folks' History of the United States Larger History of the United States Commonsense about Women: Travellers and Outlaws New World and the New Book Monarch of Dreams Procession of the Flowers Afternoon Landscape (poems) Book and Heart Cheerful Yesterdays Tales of the Enchanted Islands Old Cambridge Contemporaries Life of Longfellow Life of Whittier and a translation of Epictetus Collected Works (revised ed.), 7 vols., 1900 Part of a Man's Life, 1905 Life of Hon. Stephen Higginson, M.C., 1907 Carlyle's Laugh and other Surprises. Address : 29 Buckingham Street, Cambridge, Mass. U.S.A. Clubs : Round Table, Loyal Legion, Boston, U.S.A. [Died 11 May HIGHAM, Sir Thomas, K.C.I.E., cr. 1902, C.I.E b. 18 Dec s. of late Samuel Higham of Faversham, Kent m. Eliza, d. of late Captain Farrant, Punjab, 1885 two s. four d. Entered Indian Public Works Department 1867 served in the Irrigation Branch, Punjab appointed Chief Engineer and Sec. to Government of Punjab Irrigation branch, 1894 Inspector- General of Irrigation to Government of India, 1896 Secretary to Government of India Public Works Department, 1897 member of the Indian Famine Commission, 1898, and Indian Irrigation Commission, retired April Address: 1 Codrington Place, Clifton Park, Bristol. [Died 11 Nov HIGINBOTHAM, Major George Mowat, M.V.O Insurance Broker, Toronto b. 1 March 1866 *. of late William Higinbotham, Cotehill, Co. Cavan, Ireland m. 1902, Erwin, d. of Col. G. A. Hayward, St. Louis, U.S. Educ. : Model School, Toronto. Enlisted Queen's Own Rifles of Canada, 1882 served in North-West Rebellion, 1885 (medal) Colonial and Auxiliary Forces decoration. Recreations : yachting, curling, hunting. Address : 15 Wellington Street, E. Toronto. Clubs: Royal Canadian Yacht, Military Institute, Albany, Victoria, Hunt and Country, Ontario Jockey, Toronto. [Died 11 March HILL, Rt. Hon. Alexander Staveley, K.C., P.C., D.C.L., J.P., D.L. Counsel to Admiralty and Judge-Advocate of the Fleet in Lord Beaconsfleld's administration and from 1895 Recorder of Banbury Deputy High Steward of Oxford Univ. from 1874 b o. s. of late H. Hill, Dunstall, Stafford m. 1st, 1864, Katharine, d. of M. Ponsonby (d. 1868) 2nd, 1876, Mary, d. of late F. Baird (d. 1897). Educ. : St. John's Coll. Oxford. Barr. Inner Temple, 1851 M.P. Coventry, W. Staffordshire, M.P. (C.) Staffordshire, Kingswinford, Publication: From Home to Home. Address : 12 King's Bench Walk, E.G. 4 Queen's^Gate, S.W. Oxley Manor, Wolverhampton. Clubs : Carlton, United University. [Died 28 June HILL, Captain Arthur b. 30 Dec e. s. of Rt. Hon. Lord Arthur Hill m. 1908, Roberta Mengis of New York. Major 5th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles served in South Africa, M.P. (C.) West Division of Co. Down, Address : 53 Eaton Place, S.W. Haven Villa, Cowes. Clubs : Carlton, New, Imperial Service, Royal Ulster Yacht. [Died 27 June HILL, Major Charles Glencairn, D.S.O Staff Captain No. 7 District Royal Berkshire Regt. b. 22 Sept Entered army, 1893 Capt served South Africa, (despatches, wounded, Queen's medal, five clasps D.S.O.). Address Old Barracks, Warwick. [Died 26 June HILL, Sir Clement Lloyd, K.C.M.G., cr K.C.B., cr C.B M.P. (U.) Shrewsbury, 1906 b. 5 May rd s. of late Rev. John Hill, Citadel, Shropshire m. 1st 1889, Charlotte Eliza (d. 1900), d. of Sir G. Denys, widow of Charles Waring 2nd, 1906, Muriel, d. of late Colin G. Campbell and Mrs. Campbell of 34 Lower Belgrave Street and *. one d. Educ. : Marlborough College. Entered Foreign Office, 1867 Secretary tq Sir B. Frere's mission to Zanzibar, Acting Charge" d'affaires at Munich, 1876 Commissioner to Hayti, 1886 and 1887 Superintendent of African Protectorates under Foreign Office, 1900 retired Recreations : field sports. Address : 13 Chesterfield Street, Mayfair, W. Clubs : St. James's, Travellers'. [Died 9 Apr HILL, Edward Bernard Lewin, C.B Senior Assist.-Secretary (retired) General Post Office b. Bruce Castle, Tottenham, 13 Jan e. s. of Arthur and Ellen Hill nephew of late Sir Rowland Hill, K.C.B. m. Mary Emmeline, d. of late William Webb Venn, Educ.: Bruce Castle School. Entered the Secretary's Office, General Post Office, on a nomination by Lord Canning on 5 Sept retired on pension on 13 Jan Decorated for long and distinguished service. Publication : Verse, Prose and

10 Club WHO WAS WHO, Epitaphs. Address : 73 Wedmore Road, Bromley, Kent. Club : Kingston. [Died 3 March HILL, Sir Edward Stock, K.C.B. cr J.P. Glamorgan (High Sheriff, 1888) and Cardiff partner in Charles Hill and Sons, merchants and shipowners, Bristol Provincial Grand Master of Mark Freemasons for South Wales since 1899 : b s. of late C. Hill, Bristol TO. Fanny Ellen, d. of late Gen. R. Tickell, C.B., President of Chamber of Shipping of U.K., 1881 President of Associated Chambers of Commerce, Com. Col. Glamorgan Art. Vol. Knight of Swedish Order of Wasa M.P. (C.) South Bristol Address : Rookwood, Llandaff Hazel Manor, Compton Martin, Somerset S. Catorina, Taormina, Sicily. Clubs : Carlton, Junior Carlton. [Died 18 Dec HILL, George Birkbeck, D.C.L., LL.D. author b. Tottenham, Middlesex, 7 June nd s. of Arthur Hill, Headmaster of Bruce Castle School n. of Sir Rowland Hill, K.C.B. ra. Annie, d. of late Edward Scott, Beech Hill, Wigan, Educ. : Bruce Castle School Pembroke Coll. Oxford (Hon. Fellow) Hon. LL.D. of Williams College, Massachusetts, U.S.A. Headmaster of Bruce Castle School, afterwards an author. Publications : Dr. Johnson : his Friends and his Critics, 1878 editor of Boswell's Correspondence, etc., 1879 Life of Sir Rowland Hill, 1880 Colonel Gordon in Central Africa, 1881 Boswell's Life of Johnson, 1886 Rasselas, 1887 Wit and Wisdom of Dr. Johnson, 1888 Goldsmith's Traveller, 1888 Letters of David Hume to W. Strahan, 1888 Select Essays of Dr. Johnson, 1889 Footsteps of Dr. Johnson in Scotland, 1890 Worldly Wisdom of Lord Chesterfield, 1891 Letters of Johnson, 1892 Writers and Readers, 1892 Harvard College, by an Oxonian, 1894 Talks about Autographs, 1896 Johnsonian Miscellanies, 1897 Letters of D. G. Rossetti, 1897 Unpublished Letters of Dean Swift, 1899 Memoirs of the Life of Edward Gibbon, Address : 1 Wilderness, Holly Hill, Hampstead. [Died 24 Feb HILL, Sir John Edward Gray, Kt., cr solicitor b. Tottenham, 18 Sep *. of late Arthur Hill, nephew of late Sir Rowland Hill, the postal reformer m. 1864, Caroline Emily, d. of late G. D. Hardy of Tottenham. Educ. : Bruce Castle School, Tottenham. Admitted a solicitor, 1863 senior partner in the firm of Messrs. Hill, Dickinson, Liverpool, having joined the President of the Liverpool Incorporated Law Society, 1885 elected Member of the Council of the Law Society, 1891 President of the Law Society, one of the Vice-Presidents predecessors of that firm, 1864 of the International Law Society Member of the International Maritime Committee President of Lancashire (Navy League) and National Sea Training Home for Poor Boys : Manager and Secretary of the Liverpool and London Steamship Protection Association, Ltd. President of the Birkenhead Liberal Unionist Association, travelled much, especially in Syria. Owned a house and land near Jerusalem. Publications : " With the Beduins " papers on various subjects connected with maritime and other law also papers in the quarterly statement of the Palestine Exploration Fund. Recreations : riding, travelling. Address : Mere Hall, Birkenhead Ras Abou Kharoub, Jerusalem.. : National. [Died 19 June HILL, Miss Ootavia d. of James Hill and Caroline Southwood Hill. Educ. : home. First undertook management of homes for HILLIARD the people in London, 1864 was almost from their commencement connected with the following societies : Charity Organisation Society, Commons Preservation Society, Kyrle Society, Women's University Settlement, and the National Trust for Places of Historic Interest and Natural Beauty a Member of the Royal Commission on the Poor Laws, Publications : Homes of the London Poor Our Common Land various articles in magazines. Address : 190 Marylebone Road, N.W. [Died 13 Aug HILL, Vincent Walker, M.V.O General Manager, South-Eastern and Chatham Railway, Superintendent's Dept. L.C. and D. Railway, 1862 Manager, Hull and Barnsley Railway and Dock Co., 1884 held Royal Orderof Isabel of Spam, Address: 2 Whitehall Court, S.W. [Died 23 Nov HILL, Major-Gen. William, C.B Inspector-Gen, of Volunteers in India b Entered 55th Regt Col served Lushai, (medal with clasp) Afghan War, (despatches) March to Candahar (brevet of Major, medal with two clasps, bronze decoration) Manipur Expedition, 1891 (clasp) Assistant-Adjutant- General for Musketry, : Commanded Derajat District, Punjab Frontier, Address : Army Headquarters, Simla, India. Club : United Service. [Died 7 Sept HILLHOUSE, William, M.A., M.Sc., F.L.S. Professor of Botany, University of Birmingham (retired) Chairman Birm. Bot. and Hort. Soc. and Director of Botanical Gardens V.-P. Birm. Sund. Lect. Soc. Hon. Mem. Newnham Coll. Camb. M. Ed. Com. C. C. Leicestershire M. Coun. Lady Warwick Coll. Ch. Coun. Midland Reafforesting Assoc. Mem. Assoc. Int. Bot. b. Bedford, 17 Dec y. s. of late John Paton Hillhouse m. 1881, Julia W., e. d. of R. J. Standley (deed.) one 8. Educ. : Bedford School Trinity College, Cambridge Bonn. Assist. Mast. Bedford Modern School, co-founder of Beds. Nat. Hist. Society, 1875 Foundation Scholar Trin. Coll. Camb Univ. Winchester Prize, 1881 Ast. Curator Univ. Herbarium, Lect. on Bot. in Univ., and to Girton and Newnham Colleges co-founder and co-editor Cambridge Review, 1879 Professor Mason Coll. (afterwards Univ.), Birm Chairman Academic Board, Sec. to Senate, co-editor Midland Naturalist, past president Birm. Teachers' Assoc., Birm. Nat. Hist. Soc., Birm. Mic. and Nat. Union, King's Heath and Bearwood Institutes Hon. Sec. Birmingham Botanical Horticultural Society, Publications : Strasburger and H., Practical Botany, 1886 (6th ed., 1907) and numerous papers and addresses, botanical and educational. Recreations : photography, gardening. Ad' dress : 43 Calthorpe Road, Edgbaston. [Died 27 Jan HILLIARD, Capt. Maurice Alfred, D.S.O New South Wales Mounted Infantry General Staff New South Wales Military Forces (Adj. 1st Infantry Regt.), Sydney, New South Wales b. Gladstone, Queensland, 19 March rd s. of Captain W. E. Hilliard, of Kensington, near Sydney, and g. s. of Dr. Hilliard, M.D. (a well-known figure with the Warwickshire Hounds), and Rev. Fredk. Deacon, Leicester m. 2nd d. (d. 1900) of T. A. Reddall, of Bowral, New South Wales. Educ. : Sydney Grammar School and University. 2nd Lieut. Bulli Battery Artillery, st Lieut. Illawarra Light Horse, 1887 Adjutant Senior Cadet Battalion, attached in India, 1893-

11 HtLLIEB. WHO WAS WHO, , to 2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays) and 1st bat. Devon Regt. appointed to General Staff, 1894 gazetted Captain, 1895 Adjutant 3rd Infantry Regiment, April June 1895 Adjutant 4th Infantry Regiment, left for South Africa with 2nd Contingent New South Wales Mounted Infantry, Decorated for leading the attack at Vet River, 1900 (despatches) leading assault at Diamond Hills, 1900 (despatches). Address : Victoria Barracks, Sydney, New South Wales. [Died 11 Apr HILLIER, Alfred Peter, B.A., M.D., C.M. Physician retired M.P. (U.) Hitchin Division, Herts, since 1910 Councillor Royal Colonial Institute Member International Committee for Prevention of Tuberculosis b *. of P. Playne Hillier, Shortwood, Gloucestershire m. Ethel, d. of F. B. Brown one *. two a. Educ. : King William's College Edinburgh University. B.A. Cape University M.D. and C.M. Edinburgh University. Served in Kaffir War, , as a trooper with Colonial forces, medal and clasp Pres. South African Medical Congress, 1893 member Reform Committee Johannesburg, and political prisoner in Pretoria, nominated by Prince of Wales (afterwards King Edward VII.) as one of the delegates of the National Association for the Prevention of Consumption to the Berlin Tuberculosis Congress, Contested Stockport, Publications : Raid and Reform, 1897: South African Studies, 1900 Tuberculosis, 1900 Commonweal, or Federal System of Political Economy, 1909 articles in Reviews and Supplement to Ency. Brit. Recreations : shooting, fishing, riding. Address 20 Eccleston Square, S.W. Clubs : City Carlton, Carlton. [Died 24 Oct HILLINGDON, 1st Baron (cr. 1886), Charles Henry Mills, D.L., J.P. Bt partner in the banking house of Glyn. Mills, and Co. chairman of Committee of London Clearing Bankers b. Camelford House, 26 Apr *. of late Sir Charles Mills, Bt., and Emily, d. of R, H. Cox, Hillingdon House, Middlesex S. father 1872 m. Louisa, e. d. of 3rd Earl of Harewood, Educ. : Eton Christ Church, Oxford. B.A M.P. (C.) Northallerton, W. Kent, Owned about 4500 acres. Heir : s. Charles, b Address : Camelford House, Park Lane, W. Hillingdon Court, Uxbridge Wildernesse, Sevenoaks. Clubs : Carlton, St. Stephen's, Travellers', Turf, White's. [Died 3 Apr HILLS, Maj.-Gen. Sir John, K.C.B., cr R.E. retired b. 19 Aug rd s. of James Hills of Nachindepore, Bengal. Educ.: Edinburgh Academy and University (Stanton gold medallist) F.R.S.E. Commissioned 1854 Assistant Field Engineer, Persian Expedition, , Sir James Outram (medal) Field Engineer in Abyssinian Expedition, Lord Napier of Magdala, (despatches, medal) commanding Royal Engineers to Bombay Field Force, Kandahar, defended Kandahar (dispatches, medal, and C.B.) commanding Royal Engineers, Burmah War, Sir Herbert Macpherson, retired Decorated for service in the field. Recreations : shooting, fishing. Address : United Service Club. Clubs: Windham, United Service, New, Edinburgh. [Died 18 June HILSTON, Sir Duncan, M.D., C.B., 1902 L.R.C.S. Hon. Physician to H.M. King Edward VII. from 1904 Inspector-General of Hospitals and Fleets, b Served New Zealand, (despatches, medal) Abyssinia, 1867 (medal). Address : Chewton Lodge, Christ Church, Hants. [Died 28 Aug HINCKS, Rev. Thomas, B.A. Lond., F.R.S. Unitarian Minister, retired owing to failure of voice devoted to scientific and literary works, especially zoology b. Exeter, 15 July 1818 s. of late Rev. William Hincks, F.L.S. married. Educ. : R.A.I. Belfast Manchester Coll. York (now at Oxford). Publications : History of British Hydroid Zoophytes, 1868 History of the British Marine Polyzoa, Recreations : natural history pursuits, gardening. Address: Stokeleigh, Leigh Woods, Clifton. [Died 25 Jan HINDE, George Langford, C.B Surgeon Maj.-Gen. Army Medical Staff retired b. 27 Oct *. of Benjamin Hinde, solicitor m. 1st, 1860, Harrietta Tudor Raynor (d. 1864) 2nd, Frances Mary Crawford White three s. four d. Educ. : Rev. J. P. Sargeant, Dublin Licentiate, Royal Coll. of Surgeons, Dublin. Entered the Army as Assistant Surgeon, May 1855 Assistant Surgeon 41st, the Welsh Regiment, Crimea Canada, overland from Halifax, N.S., with troops Canadian General Service and Fenian Raid, (medal and clasp) Boer Campaign, Natal, 1882 Suakin, 1885, under Sir Gerald Graham. Decorations : " despatches, Suakin," granted C.B. on return home Crimean and Turkish War medal, Egyptian and Khedival star pension for meritorious and distinguished service, Address : 87 Gordon Road, Baling. [Died 27 Feb HINDLIP, 2nd Baron (cr. 1886), Samuel Charles Allsopp, J.P., D.L. Bt b. 24 Mar s. of 1st Baron and Elizabeth, 2nd d. of William Tongue, Comberford Hall, Tamworth S. father Educ. : Harrow Trin. Coll. Camb. B.A. Junior Optime, Chairman Co. S. Allsopp and Sons, brewers M.P.E. Staffordshire, Taunton, Heir: s. Charles, b Address : 33 Hill Street, W. Hindlip Hall, Worcester Alsop-en-le-Dale, Ashbourne, Derbyshire. Clubs : Carlton, Windham. [Died 12 July HINGESTON-RANDOLPH, Rev. Prebendary Francis Charles, Rector of Ringmore, Devon, from 1860 Prebendary of Exeter from 1885 b. Truro, 31 March 1833 o. s. of late Francis Hingeston, St. Ives and Truro, and Jane, e. d. of late Wm. Kirkness, Kernick m. Martha (d. 1904), o. c. of late Rev. Herbert Randolph, assuming her name, 1860 four s. six d. Educ. : Truro School Exeter College, Oxford (M.A. 1859). Publications : Ancient Cornish Crosses and Fonts, 1850 Poems of Francis Hingeston, 1857 Capgrave's Chronicle of England, 1858 Capgrave's Illustrious Henrys, 1859 Royal and Historical Letters, temp. Henry IV., 1860 Register of Edmund de Stafford, Bishop of Exeter, 1886 Constitution of the Cathedral Body of Exeter, 1887 Registers of Bishops Bronescombe, Quivil, and Bytton (Bishops of Exeter), 1889 Register of Bishop Stapeldon 1892 Register of Bishop Grandisson, Part I., 1894 Part II., 1897 Part III., 1899 Register of Bishop Brantyngham, Part I., 1901 Part II., 1906 Architectural History of St. German's Church, Cornwall, 1903 Register of Bishop Lacy, Address : Ringmore Rectory, near Kingsbridge. [Died 28 Aug HINGLEY, Sir Benjamin, 1st Bt., cr J.P., D.L. head of Noah Hingley, and Sons, and Hingley and Smith, colliery proprietors and ironmasters, Netherton, Dudley, and Brierley Hill, High Sheriff for Worcestershire, 1900 b y. s. of late Noah Hingley, Cradley Park, Worcestershire. Educ. : Halesowen Grammar School. M.P. (G.) Worcestershire North, Heir:

12 WHO WAS WHO, HOARE (under special rem.) n. George Benjamin, b Address : Hathertou Lodge, Cradley, Worcestershire. [Died 13 May KINGSTON, Hon. Sir William Hales Kt., cr M.D., LL.D., D.C.L., F.R.C.S. Eng. Prof, of Clinical Surgery, University of Laval Surgeon - in - Chief to HoteKDieu Hospital Montreal b. Canada, 1829 s. of Lt.-Col. S. J. Hingston, H.M. 109th llegt. m. 1876, Margaret, d. of Hon. D. A. Macdonald. Educ.: Montreal Coll. MiGill Coll. Edinburgh, Berlin, Paris, etc. Mayor of Montreal (retired) President of Provincial Board of Health, 1876, 1877 Senator of the Dominion. Address : 882 Sherbrooke Street, Montreal. Clubs : St. James's Mount Royal, Montreal. [Died 19 Feb HINTON, A. Horsley editor of the Amateur Photographer from 1897 b s. of Alfred Hinton, Walthamstow, Essex, and Mary Witherington. Educ. : private school and at home edited Photographic Art Journ for two years conducted a business for the supply of photographic appliances, and contributed regularly to photographic and art periodicals had a portrait studio in Guildford, and devoted part time to editing Amateur Photographer, contributed regularly to the Yorkshire Post, Times, Daily Telegraph, Daily Graphic, Tribune, Country Life, also articles on pictorial photography in Ency. Brit., Studio, and several American and Continental serials. Publications : A Handbook of Illustration Practical Pidxmal Photography Platinotype Printing Gelatine-Chloride Printing- A.P. Little Books L'Art Photographique dans le paysage, etc. Recreations : horticulture, entomology, geology. Address : 52 Long Acre, W.C. Ardshiel. Woodford Green, Essex. Clubs : Blenheim, Royal London Yacht. [Died 25 Feb HIPKINS, Alfred James, F.S.A. member of Council and Hon. Curator of Roy. Coll. of Music, Kensington Gore b. Westminster, 17 June 1826 m. Jane Souter Black, Educ. : privately. Engaged in Messrs Broadwood's pianoforte business from 1840 began to study pianoforte playing, 1840 organ playing, 1844 engaged in musical literature from 1862 began lecturing on musical instruments, 1883 papers concerning Acoustics read before the Royal Society Member of Committee of the Inventions and Music Ex hibition, 1885 of the Vienna Exhibition, 1892, and of the Paris Exhibition, Publications : contributor to Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians, and to the 9th ed. and Times Supplement of the Encyclopaedia Britannica Musical Instruments : Historic, Rare, and Unique, 1888 Cantor Lectures, Society of Arts, on Musical Instruments, 1891 A Description and History of the Pianoforte, 1896, etc. Address. 100 Warwick Gardens. Kensington. Clubs : German Athenaeum, Cambridge University Musical, Oxford University Musical. [Died 3 June 1903 HIPPISLEY, John, F.R.A.S., F.R.S. Address. Stoneaston Park, Bath. [Died 7 Apr HIRST, His Hon. George S. S. Commissioner, Cayman Islands, B.W.I. b. Sindh, India, 9 Nov e. s. of Rev. Geo. Shirt, B.A (Cantab.) m. 1899, Gertrude M. I., 2nd d. of Frank Jenner, Birmingham two d Educ. : Perse School, Cambridge Uni versities of Edinburgh and Cambridge. M.B. C.M. (Edin.), Formerly Assistanl Colonial Surgeon and District Commissione] Gold Coast Government Medical Officer anc Assistant Commissioner Salt Cay, Turk's, and Caicos Islands, B.W.I. Publications : Hand book of the Cayman Islands History of the Cayman Islands. Address : Governmen House, Grand Cayman, B.W.I. Club : West Indian. [Died 8 May HITCHCOCK, Ethan Allen, Secretary of the Interior from 1898 b. Mobile, Ala., 19 Sept Educ. : private schools, Nashville, Tenn. Military Academy, New Haven, Conn. Engaged in mercantile business until 1860, when he went to China to enter the commission house of Olyphant and Co., of which firm he was made a partner in 1866 retired from business, 1872 Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Russia 1897 Ambassador Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary at St. Petersburg, 1898 LL.D. University of Missouri, Address: 1601 K. Street, N.W., Washington, D.C., U.S.A. HOAD, Maj.-Gen. [Died 9 Apr Sir John Charles, K.C.M.G. cr C.M.G., 1900 Chief of General Staff Commonwealth Military Forces from 1909 Chief of the Commonwealth Section, Imperial General Staff, 1909 b. 25 Jan m. 1881, Sarah Denniston, d. of late J. Denniston Brown of Dumbarton, and Warriston, Dundee two s. Lieut Capt Maj Lieut.-Col Colonel, 1899 Brig.-Gen Maj.-Gen served South African War, commanded 1st Australian Regt. A.A.G. Mounted Infantry advance on Kimberley operations in the Orange Free State, including actions at Vet river and Zand river operations in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg and Pretoria operations in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, including action at Colesburg (despatches, C.M.G., medal and 3 clasps) A.D.C. to H.E. the Governor- General of the Commonwealth, Attache" from the Commonwealth Military Forces with the Japanese Army in Manchuria, 1904, Russo-Japanese War (Order of the Rising Sun, 3rd Class Japanese War Medal) Deputy Adjutant-Gen., and Chief Staff Officer Commonwealth Military Forces, Inspector-Gen., Address : Army Headquarters, Melbourne. [Died 6 Oct HOAR, George F., Senator U.S.A. from 1877 Republican b. Concord, Mass. 29 Aug s. of Hon. Samuel Hoar, Representative in Congress, , and Sarah, d. of Roger Sherman, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. Educ. : Concord Academy Mrs. Ripley's School, Waltham Harvard Coll. Graduated 1846 LL.D. Harvard, Yale, Amherst, Dartmouth, William and Mary, and Iowa. City Solicitor, Worcester, 1860 representative to 41st, 42nd, 43rd, 44th Congresses overseer Harvard College, re-elected 1896 President (now Vice-President) of the American Antiquarian Society Member of Massachusetts Historical Society, American Histori- cal Society, Historic-Genealogical Society, Virginia Historical Society Fellow of American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Brooklyn Institutes of Arts and Sciences Trustee of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology, of the Peabody Fund, etc. President of Board of Trustees, Clark University. Address : Worcester, Mass. [Died 29 Sept HOARE, Edward Brodie, director of Lloyd's Bank, Ltd., etc. b. Richmond, Surrey, 30 Oct e. s. of late Rev. Edward Hoare, Hon. Canon of Canterbury and Vicar of Holy Trinity, Tunbridge Wells, and Maria, d. of Sir Benjamin C. Brodie, Bt. m. Katharine, d. of Sir William Edward Parry, Rear-Admiral, the Arctic explorer, Educ. : Tunbridge School Trin. Coll. Camb. (M.A. 1887). At_one time partner in Barnetts and Hoares' ~ Bank contested

13 HOARE Attercliffe Division of Sheffield, 1886 Central Bradford, 1887: M.P. (C.) Hampstead, Publications : articles on New Zealand and Bimetallism. Recreation : golf. Address: Tenchley's Limpsfield. Club: Carlton. [Died 12 Aug HOARE, Rt. Rev. Joseph Charles, D.D., Bishop of Victoria (Hong-Kong), from 1898 ft. Ramsgate, 15 Nov th s. of Rev. E. Hoare, Hon.-Canon of Canterbury m. 1st, Alice Juliana, d. of Canon Patteson 2nd, 1886, Ellen T. Gough. Educ. : Tonbridge School Trin. Coll. Camb. Scholar Second Class Classical Tripos, Curate of Holy Trinity Church, Tunbridge Wells, Principal of C.M.S. Train! g Coll. Ningpo, China Publi ations : several theological books and commentaries in Chinese. Address: St. Paul's College, Hong-Kong. [Died 18 Sept HOARE, Sir Joseph Wallis O'Bryen, 5th Bt., cr D.L. & J.P. for Hants Royal Engineers, Knight of Justice of Order of St. John of Jerusalem ft S. father 1882 m. 1857, Cecilia, d. of J. Ede, Ridgway Castle, Hants (d. 1888). Heir: s. Sydney, ft Address: Sydney, Bitterne, Hants. Clubs : Junior United Service. [Died 30 Apr HOARE, Sir Samuel, 1st Bt., cr J.P. Lieutenant of City of London ft. Hampstead, 7 Sept e. s. of late John Gurney Hoare, Hampstead and Cromer, and Caroline, d. of Charles Barclay, M.P., Bury Hill, Surrey m. Katharine Louisa Hart, d. of late R. Vaughan Davis, one of H.M.'s Commissioners of Audit, 1866 two *. five d. Educ. : Harrow Trin. Coll. Camb. (M.A. 1865). Many years partner In banking house of Barnetts, Hoares, and Co. contested North Norfolk, 1885 member of House of Laymen travelled in India M.P. (C.) Norwich, contested same, 1910 received hon. freedom of city of Norwich, 1906 Member of Royal Commission on Ecclesiastical Discipline, Publications : papers on Co-operative Farming, and Butter-making in Denmark and Holland. Recreations : formerly in Harrow eleven captain of Royal Cromer Golf Club, 1896 connected with many cricket and athletic clubs amateur photographer fond of shooting. Heir : s. Samuel John Gurney Hoare. Address : Sidestrand Hall, Cromer Cliff House, Cromer. Clubs : Athenaeum, Carlton. [Died 20 Jan HOBART-HAMPDEN, Hon. Charles Edward 4th s. of 6th Earl of Buckinghamshire ft. 6 Jan m. 1st, 1853, Catherine (d. 1859), e. d. of Dr. A. Cooke 2nd, 1863, Lucy Pauline, o. d. of John Wright of Leuten Hall, Notts one s. Retired Captain, Bombay Army. Address : 15 Avenue, Kew Gardens. [Died 25 Sept HOBBES, John Oliver (Pearl Mary Teresa Craigie), a novelist and dramatist ft. Boston, U.S.A. 3 Nov e. d. of John Morgan Richards (s. of Rev. James Richards, D.D., New York), and Laura Hortense Arnold (g. d. of Hon. Peter Spearwater, who represented Shelbourne in the Colonial Parliament at Halifax for twenty-five years) m. (aged 19), Reginald Walpole Craigie (g. s. of Colonel Craigie, Bengal Military Board, and of Rev. Edwin Hatch, Rector of Walton) her *. John Churchill Craigie was ft. Aug received into the Roman Catholic Church in Educ. : privately, London, Boston, U.S.A., and Paris. Publications : Some Emotions and a Moral, 1891 Sinner's Comedy, 1892 A Study in Temptations, 1893 A Bundle of Life, 1894 Journeys end in Lovers Meeting proverb, in one : act, written for Miss Ellen Terry, 1894 Gods, Some Mortals, and Lord Wickenham, WHO WAS WHO, Herb-Moon, 1896 School for Saints, 1897 Osbern and Ursyne, tragedy in three acts, published in Anglo-Saxon Review, 1899 Robert Orange, 1900 Serious Wooing, 1901 Love and the Soul-hunters, 1902 Tales about Temperaments, 1902 Imperial India, 1903 Vineyard, 1904 Flute of Pan, 1905 Plays Ambassador, 1898 (St. James's atre) A Repentance (oneact drama), 1899 (St. James's atre), especially performed at Carisbrooke Castte, 1899 Wisdom of the Wise (St. James's atre), 1900 part-author of Bishop's Move (Garrick atre), 1902 Flute of Pan (Manchester), 1904 (Shaftesbury atre), Articles in the Times, Morning Post, Daily Mail, Academy, Daily Telegraph, the Fortnightly Review, the Anglo-Saxon Review, the North-American Review, and the Encyclopaedia Britannica. Recreations : music, chess. Address : 56 Lancaster Gate. W. Steephill Castle, Ventnor, Isle of Wight, and St. Lawrence Lodge, Isle of Wight. Clubs : Ladies' Athenaeum, Albany, Piccadilly. [Died 13 Aug HOBBS, Lieut.-Col. George Radley, C.M.G Ordnance Officer, 2nd Class, Army Ordnance Department, retired 1906 ft. 26 Nov Served South Africa, 1879 (medal), South Africa, (despatches) Queen's medal, 3 clasps, C.M.G.). [Died 21 Sept HOBHOUSE, 1st Baron (cr. 1885), Sir Arthur Hobhouse, P.C., K.C.S.I., C.I.E. ft. 10 Nov th s. of Rt. Hon. Henry Hobhouse, Hadspen House, Somersetshire, and Harriet, 6th d. of John Turton, Sugnal Hall, Staffordshire m. Mary, d. of Thomas Farrer, Educ. : Eton Balliol Coll. Oxford. 1st Class Classics, Chancery Barr Q.C Bencher of Lincoln's Inn, 1862 Charity Commissioner, 1866 Commissioner of Endowed Schools, 1869 Law Member of Council of Viceroy of India, member of London School Board, Member of Judicial Committee of Privy Council, Heir : none. Address : 15 Bruton Street, W. Club : Athenaeum. [Died 6 Dec HOBHOUSE, Rt. Rev. Edmund, D.D. retired Bishop ft. 17 April 1817 *. of Rt. Hon. Henry Hobhouse, Hadspen, Somerset m. 1st, 1858, Mary Elizabeth (d. 1864), d. of Gen. Hon. John Brodrick 2nd, 1868, Anna, d. of late Dr. Williams. Educ. : Eton Balliol Coll. Oxford. Fellow of Merton Coll. and Vicar of St. Peter's, Oxford Bishop of Nelson, New Zealand, assistant to Bishop of Lichfield, Chancellor, Lichfield, invalided, Publications : Life of Walter de Merton various works for Somerset Record Society. Recreations : rowed 4 years in Balliol crew, stroke Address : Wells, Somerset. [Died 20 Apr HOBSON, Major - General Frederic Taylor Major-General, retired ft. 29 March Entered army, 1857 served China War, 1860 Major-General, 1897 commanded troops in Ceylon, Fellow of Geological Society. Address : 92 Banbury Road, Oxford. Club : United Service. [Died 4 Oct HOBSON, Rev. R., Hon. Canon of Liverpool ft. Donard, Co. Wicklow 4th s. of John and Catherine Hobson unmarried. Educ. : Trinity College, Dublin St. Aidan's, Birkenhead. Publication : What hath God wrought? Address : 15 Albany Road, Southport. [Died 29 Dec icks, Kt., cr Attorney-Gen. Jamaica, ft m. 1874, Elizabeth, d. of E. A. Pittis. Educ. : St. John's Coll. Oxford (B.A. 1864). Barr. Inner Temple, 1867 Attorney-Gen. West HOCKING, Sir Henry Hie

14 Australia, Address: 50 Palace Gardens Terrace, W. Club : New University. [Died Q June HODDER, Edwin, retired civil servant (35 WHO WAS WHO, years' service) b. Staines, Middlesex, 13 Dec m. 1st, Edith Seymour Bankart, Langley Lodge, Herts, 1869 (d. 1871) 2nd, Elizabeth Harley Jones, Gravel Hill House, Ludlow, Educ. : privately. Delicate as a boy spent 4 years in New Zealand entered Civil Service, 1862 combined with it, after office hours, literary work. Publications : Life and Work of the Seventh Earl of Shaftesbury, E.G. Life of Samuel Morley, M.P. Life of Sir George Burns, Bt. Life of George Fife Angas John Macgregor (Rob Roy) George Smith of Coalville Heroes of Britain t Cities of the World Conquests of the Cross History of South Australia On Holy Ground (Travels in Palestine) Life and Times of Simon Peter Truth in Story Old Merry's Annual Bible Student. Fiction : Junior Clerk Tossed on the Waves Tom Heriot Ephraim and Helah Thrown on the World In Strange Quarters a Story of Constantinople, Later publications: Lord Shaftesbury as Social Reformer A Book of Uncommon Prayers Founding of S. Australia Suggestive Lives and Thoughts Life of a Century, Recreations : literature mainly, travelling, cycling. Address : Crohamdene, Sackville Gardens, Hove, Sussex. [Died I March HODGES, Rev. Alfred, M.A. Canon and Prebendary of Chichester b y. s. of late Rev. George Hodges, Vicar of St. Andrew's, Hastings. Educ. : Grange Court, Chigwell Trinity College, Dublin Hertford Coll. Oxford (B.A M.A. 1879). Curate of St. Andrew's, Hastings, Curate in charge of Christ Church, Blacklands, Hastings, Vicar of Christ Church, Blacklands, Hastings, 1881 Chaplain of Hastings Borough Cemetery, 1885 Surrogate in the Diocese of Chichester, 1900 Prebendary of Ferring in Chichester Cathedral, Address : Vicarage, Blacklands, Hastings. Club: Constitutional. [Died 5 Feb HODGINS, Hon. Thomas, M.A., LL.D., Judge of the Admiralty Diy. of the Exchequer Court and Master-in- Ordinary, Supreme Court, Ontario b. Dublin, 1828 s. of William Hodgins and Frances Doyle emigrated to Canada, 1848 m. 1858, Maria Burgoyne, d. of John Scoble, sometime Member of the Parliament of Canada three s. two d. Educ. : Bristol, England University of Toronto (Univ. Scholarship in Civil Polity and History graduated B.A. with firstclass honours, 1856 LL.B M.A. 1860, LL.D. hon. 1906). Called to the Bar, 1858 Q.C. for Dominion, 1873 for Ontario, 1876 Bencher of the Law Society, 1874 member of the Senate of the University of Toronto, 1876 and 1893 arranged the affiliation of that University with the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge investigated the Toronto University's financial claims against the Canadian Government, which added to the University Endowment 150,000 acres of land, and an addition to its income of $7000 a year Chairman of the Law School, 1880 Counsel with Sir Oliver Mowat in the Ontario Boundary Arbitration, 1878 member for West Elgin in the Ontario Legislature, contested West Toronto 1878, and West York, 1882, for the Dominion House of Commons in the Liberal interest declined the County Judgeship of York, 1875 appointed Judicial Referee in Drainage Cases, 1896 was a Freeman of the city of Dublin, Ireland. Publications : Reports on Election Cases, 1883 Bills of Exchange, Notes and HODGSON Cheques, 1890 Manuals on Voters' Lists and Franchise Laws British and American Diplomacy affecting Canada, articles in the Contemporary Review, Nineteenth Century, etc. Recreations : served in the Canadian Volunteers (Fenian Raid Medal, 1866). Address : Supreme Court, Osgoode Hall, Toronto 23 Bloor Street, W., Toronto. Clubs : Military Institute, Toronto Golf. [Died 1 Jan HODGKIN, Thomas, D.C.L., Litt.D. b. Tottenham, 29 July nd s. of John Hodgkin, barrister, and Elizabeth, d. of Luke m. Lucy Anna Fox, Fal- Howard, F.R.S. mouth, 1861 three s. three d. Educ. : Grove House School, Tottenham (Society of Friends) Univ. Coll. London (B.A.). Partner in the banking firm of Hodgkin, Barnett, and Co., Newcastle-on-Tyne (now amalgamated with Lloyds' Bank), from 1874 devoted his leisure time to historical composition completely retired from business. Publications : Italy and her Invaders, 8 vols. already published, 1880, 1885, 1895, 1899 Letters of Cassiodorus, 1886 Dynasty of odosius, 1889 Life of odoric, 1891 Life of George Fox, 1896 Think it Out, a pamphlet on the Home Rule question Life of Charles the Great (Foreign Statesmen Series), 1897 Political History of England, vol. i Trial of our Faith, 1911 Swarthmore Lecture : Human Progress and the Inward Light, Recreation : foreign travel spent the year 1909 in a visit to Australia and New Zealand is much interested in the question of emigration to those countries. Address : Barmoor Castle, Beal, Northumberland. Club : Athenaeum. [Died 2 March HODGKINS, T. Curator, College Gallery. Address : College, Gallery Road, Dulwich. [Died 21 Nov HODGKIN SON, Rev. George Langton, Prebendary of Lincoln Cathedral from 1876 b nd s. of George Hodgkinson m. 1867, Fanny Maude Jane, e. d. of Captain Thomas Hodgkinson, R.N. one s. six d. Educ. : Harrow Pembroke Coll. Oxford. B.A Deacon, 1861 Priest, 1862 M.A Curate of Gainsborough, Curate of East Retford, Vicar of Holy Trinity, Gainsborough, Rector of Northfield, Worcestershire, Recreations : Harrow Cricket XI., Oxford Cricket XI., Address : Chipping Manor, Wotton-under- Edge, Gloucestershire. [Died 16 Feb HODGSON, Sir Arthur, K.C.M.G. cr J.P., D.L. b. Rickmansworth, nd s. of Rev. Edward Hodgson and Charlotte, sister of Col. Pemberton, Trumpington Hall, Cambridgeshire m. Eliza (d. 1902), d. of late Sir James Dowling, Chief Justice, N.S.W., Educ. : Eton Corpus Christi Coll. Camb. Served 3 years as a midshipman H.M.S. " Canopus " early pioneer squatter, Queensland, 1840 M.L.A. New South Wales M.L.A. Queensland Colonial Secretary of Queensland Manager of Australian Agricultural Company, Commissioner for Queensland at Exhibition, London (1862), Paris (1867), Vienna (1874), Paris (1878) High Sheriff, 1881 Royal Commissioner Colonial and India Exhibition, 1886 five years Mayor consecutively of Stratford - on - Avon High Steward of borough, 1896 appointed 1898 Hon. Col. 2nd Vol. Batt. Royal Warwickshire Regt. Address : Clopton House, Stratford-on- Avon. Clubs : Windham, Geographical, Royal Societies'. [Died 24 Dec HODGSON, Sir Edward M., Kt. cr merchant of the city of Dublin b. Manchester *. of Thos. Woodward Hodgson m. Emily S. Blackmore, Clifton, Bristol. 343

15 HODGSON WHO WAS WHO, Educ. : Rev. Mr. Bligh's School, Beverly. J.P. for Co. Dublin Member Dublin County Council. Address : Saint Kevins, Upper Rathmines, Dublin. Club : Leinster, Dublin. [Died 15 Jan HODGSON, Shadworth Hollway, Metaphysician F.B.A. Honorary LL.D. Edinburgh Hon. Fellow of C.C.C., Oxford Correspondent de l'acade"mie des Sciences Morales et Politiques b. Boston, Lincolnshire, 25 December 1832 s. of Shadworth Hodgson and Anne, d. of John Palmer Hollway" of Boston m. 1855, Ann (d. 1858). d. of late Rev. E. B. Everard, rector of Burriham Thorpe, Norfolk. Educ. : Rugby Oxford. Publications : Time and Space, a Metaphysical Essay, 1865 Principles of Reform in the Suffrage, 1866 ory of Practice (2 vols.), 1870 Philosophy of Reflection (2 vols.), 1878 Outcast Essays and Verse Translations, 1881 Metaphysic of Experience (4 vols.), 1898, etc., etc. Clubs : Athenaeum, Oxford and Cambridge, Savile. [Died 13 June HODGSON, William Earl Leader writer, reviewer, essayist s. of William Hodgson, West Park, Cupar, Fifeshire m. 1905, Violet Florence Macduff Neave, d. of late Thomas Neave one d. Publications : Unrest, Haunted by Posterity (novels) Trout-fishing Salmon-fishing How to Fish articles in Times, Nineteenth Century, National Review, and other periodicals. Recreations : field sports and golf. Address : Oakbank, Aberfeldy, Perthshire. Club : Cecil. [Died 15 Feb HODSON, Charles William, C.S.I., 1905 M.I.C.E. Officiating Sec. Government of India, Public Works Department, Educ. : R.I.E. College, Cooper's Hill. Assistant Engineer, 1873 Executive Engineer, 1883 Superintendent Way and Works, N.W. Railway, Frontier Section, 1891 Engineer-in-Chief Mushkaf-Bolan Railway, 1894 Consulting Engineer and Joint Secretary to the Madras Government, 1896 Director of Railway construction, 1898 retired, Address : 12 Blakesley Avenue, Baling. [Died 15 Feb HODSON, Samuel John, R.W.S R.C.A. b. London s. of James Shirley Hodson, Printer and Publisher.' First art training was at School of Design, next at Leigh's, Newman Street, Oxford Street, and afterwards at the Royal Academy School first works exhibited were in oil, afterwards took up water-colours and was a member of the R.B.A. for some years and of the Liverpool Soc. of Painters in Water-colour, and Sheffield Soc. of Artists A.R.W.S., Address : 7 Hillmarton Road, Camden Road, N. [Died 5 July HOEY, Mrs. Cashel (Frances Sarah), author and journalist member of the Irish Literary Society b. near Dublin, 1830 d. of C. B. Johnston m. 1st, A. M. Stewart, nd, John Cashel Hoey, C.M.G., Publications: A House of Cards Falsely True A Golden Sorrow Out of Court Griffith's Double All or Nothing Blossoming of an Aloe No Sign Question of Cain Lover's Creed A Stern Chase Queen's Token His Match and More Buried in the Deep several translations of historical and scientific works from the French and Italian, etc. [Died 9 July HOFFMEISTER, William, M.V.O Surgeon to Royal Yacht Squadron b Was Surgeon-Apothecary to Queen Victoria at Osborne Medical Officer of Health at Cowes Surgeon to the Royal Yacht Squadron at Cowes. Address : Clifton House, Cowes, Isle of Wight. [Died 28 Dec HOFMEYR, Hon. J. H. b, 4 July 1845 m, 1880 widower from 1883 remarried, 'll Educ. : S.A. College, Cape Town. Repre-,7, sented Cape Colony at Ottawa Conference, with Sir Henry de Villiers and Sir Charles? 3 ' Mills ex-journalist edited at Cape Town, the Volks-vriend, Zuid Afrikaan, and K the " Z. A. Tydschrift represented Cape Colony,^ and proposed scheme of Imperial Customs. " Federation at London (Salisbury-Knutsford): Conference with Sir Thomas Upington,, K.C.M.G., Q.C., and Sir Chas. Mills Member 7 of South African Customs Union Conferences in 1888 and 1889 negotiated Swazieland *" Convention with Transvaal in 1890 was deputed by Cape Government to Bloemfontein and Pretoria in July 1899 to obtain franchise and other concessions in order to prevent hostilities between the S.A. Republics and England Member Executive Council, Cape Colony Chairman Africander Bond of Cape District and of the Central Com. of the Bond on elections Member of Cape Delegation to London to see S. A. Union Act through British Parliament, Recreations : President of Cape Town Cricket Club Stellenbosch Football Club, and Vice-Pres. Victoria College Athletic Club Hon. Member of Maatschappy der Nederlandsche Letterkunde, Leiden. Address : Avond Rust, Cape Town. Club : City, Cape Town. [Died 16 Oct HOGG, Lieut.-General Sir Adam George Forbes, K.C.B., cr C.B unemployed list b. 18 June 1836 *. of late Colonel Charles Robert Hogg, Bombay Fusiliers m. Emily, d. of Sir Carey Knyvett, K.C.B one s. one d. Educ. : Leamington College and Wimbledon. Joined Bombay Army, 1854 Captain, 1866 Major, 1868 Lieut.-Col Colonel, 1879 Major- General, 1890 Lieut.-General, 1893 served in Persian Campaign, 1857 (medal with clasp) in Indian Mutiny, in China War, 1860 in Abyssinia, (medal, mentioned in despatches, and Brevet Major) in Afghan War, (medal with clasp, mentioned in despatches, and Brevet Colonel) was Q.M.G. Bombay Army, Political Resident, Aden, and command of 2nd Class District, Address : Strathdon, Silverdale Road, Eastbourne. Clubs: United Service, Marlborough. [Died 10 June HOGG, David C. H.M. Lieutenant County Londonderry, and from 1913 M.P. for same City b s. of Robert Hogg and Margret Lee m. Jeanie Cooke three s. three d. Educ. : various schools in the neighbourhood of his house. Was hi business from Address : Lissowen, Londonderry. Club : National Liberal. [Died 22 Aug HOGG, Prof. Hope W., M.A., Edinburgh, B. Litt., Oxon. Prof, of Semitic Languages and Literatures in the Univ. of Manchester from 1903 b. Cairo, 19 Aug e. s. of late John Hogg, D.D., Principal of the American College, Assiout, Egypt m. Mary, e. d. of late J. Work of Pittsburg, U.S.A. two d. Educ. : Dollar Academy Edinburgh University. Vice-Principal of American College, Assiout, Egypt, went to Oxford as a contributor of articles to the Encyclopaedia Biblica, 1894 joined New College, and took degree of B.Litt. for research in Oriental History and Philology member of the editorial staff of the Encyclopaedia from 1895 till the completion of the work in 1903 Lecturer in Hebrew and Lecturer in Arabic in Owens College, Victoria University, Manchester, Examiner in the Honour School of Oriental Studies in the University of Oxford, Publications : articles in the successive volumes of

16 I HOGG, i WHO WAS WHO, HOLDEN the Encyclopaedia Biblica, in particular, series of articles on the various Tribes o Israel English translation (made with th assistance of his wife) of the Arabic version of the Diatessaron of Tatian, with Intro duction and Critical Notes (in supplementary vol. to Ante-Nicene Fathers, 1896) transla tion of part of Kittel's Geschichte de Hebraer, 1896 articles on Semitic subject in the Jewish Quarterly Review, the Ameri can Journal of Semitic Languages am Literatures, the Encyclopaedia Britannica llth ed., and elsewhere Survey of Recen "-, Assyriology, 1908 and 1910 since 1908, the section entitled Orientalia in Interpreter llecreations : cricket, cycling. Address I University, Manchester 30 Brook Road Fallowfield, Manchester. f [Died 15 Feb Lt.-Col. Ian Graham, D.S.O th Hussars b. 2 Feb nd s. of late Quintin Hogg. Educ. : Eton R.M.C Sandhurst. Entered army, 1896 Captain 1900 served South Africa, 1901 (Queen's medal, 4 clasps) West Africa (N. Nigeria) (clasp) West Africa (S. Nigeria) (5 clasps, despatches, Brevet, D.S.O.) p.s.c. Address : 41 Cumberland Mans. Bryanston Square, W. Clubs : Cavalry Ranelagh. [Died 2 Sept HOGG, Jabez, consulting ophthalmic surgeon b. Chatham, 4 April 1817 y. s. of John Hogg, Royal Dockyard, Chatham m. 1st Mary Ann, d. of late Capt. Davis, I.N nd, y. d. of late Capt. James Read, A.D.C to Marquess of Hastings, Governor-Gen, ot India, Educ. : Rochester Grammar School Hunterian School of Medicine Charing Cross Hospital. Practised as ophthalmic surgeon, twenty-five years surgeon to Royal Westminster Ophthalmic Hospital. Vice-Pres. Medical Society London, F.L.S Hon. Secretary R.M.S. Lond Publications joined staff of Illustrated London News, 1843 edited I.L.N. Almanack, (fifty-one years) A Manual of Domestic Medicine, 1848 A Manual of Photography 1845 sub-edited Illuminated Magazine, 1846 edited a series of Illustrated Educational Books for I.L.N., English Forests and Forest Trees, 1853 Experimental and Natural Philosophy, 1854 Microscope, its History, Construction, and Applications, th edition, 1898 Histology of Dental Tissues, 1857 Ophthalmoscope, its Value in the Exploration of the Internal Eye, 1858 Vegetable Parasites of the Human Skin, 1859 A Manual of Ophthalmoscopic Surgery, 1863 Colour Blindness, 1863 Boarding Out of Pauper Children, 1870 Treatment and Cure of Cataract, A Parasitic or Germ ory of Disease, 1873 Microscopic Examination of Water, 1874 Impairment of Vision from Spinal Concussion, 1876 Arsenical Wallpaper Poisoning, , etc. Recreations : biological and physical sciences, hygiene. Freemasonry made a Grand Deacon, Address : 102 Palace Gardens Ter., Kensington, W. [Died 23 Apr HOGG, Quintin, Aid. L.C.C., merchant founder and president Polytechnic Institute formerly senior partner in Hogg, Curtis, Campbell, & Company Chairman, North Brit, and Mercantile Ins. Co b. London, 14 Feb y. s. of Rt. Hon. Sir James Weir Hogg, Bt., M.P. m. Alice, e. d, of late William Graham, M.P., Educ. : Eton. Frequently visited U.S.A., and East and West Indies. Publications : editor Polytechnic Magazine (40 vols.) Day Dawn of the Past, Story of Peter, etc. Recreations : football, fives, cricket, cycling was seven years captain of Old Etonian F.C., during which period the club never sustained a defeat captained the first seven Scotch teams against England, played above all sports until his death President Polytechnic Institute. Address : 309 Regent St., W. 2 Cavendish Place, W. Club : Athenseum. [Died 17 Jan HOGGAN, Major-Gen. John William, C.B b s. of late Major-Gen. J. Hoggan C.B., Bengal Army m. 1st, 1856, Catherine Long (d. 1860) 2nd, 1863, Eleanora Pogson. Entered Bengal Army, 1849 Major-Gen, (retired) 1882 served Indian Mutiny, (severely wounded, despatches, medal) Afghanistan, (despatches, medal with two clasps, bronze star, C.B.). Address : 3 Montebello, Joppa, Edinburgh. [Died 21 Nov HOGGE, Col. Charles, C.B b. 3 April Entered army, 1871 Capt. I.S.C., 1883 Major, 1893 Lt.-Col. Indian army, 1897 Brevet-Col., Served Afghan War, (medal) Hazara, 1888 (despatches, medal with clasp, brevet-major) Waziristan Expedition, (clasp) N.-W. : Frontier, (despatches, medal with clasp). Address : 11 Kidbrooke Park Road, Blackheath, S.E. [Died 6 Aug HOGGE, Col. John William, C.I.E C.B b. 18 Aug s. of late Col. C. Hogge, C.B., R.A. m. 1878, Alice Miranda, d. of John Williams one. three d. Entered army, 1871 Lieut.-Col Col served Afghan War, 1878 (medal with clasp) Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition, 1881 Hazara, 1888 (medal with clasp) Waziristan Expedition, (clasp) Punjab Frontier, (medal and clasp) China, 1901 (despatches, medal). Address : Tentfield, Newbury, Berks. [Died I Apr HOHENLOHE - LANGENBURG, Hereditary Prince of, H.S.H. Ernest William Frederic Charles Maximilian, G.C.B., cr m. Princess Alexandra Louise Olga Victoria, 3rd d. of Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, 20 Apr one s. three d. Was Regent of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Address : Schloss Langenburg, Wiirtemberg. [Died 9 March HOLBECH, Charles William, J.P. Vicar of Farnborough Hon. Canon of Worcester from 1887 b s. of William Holbech, Farnborough m. Laura Harriette, d. of late John Armytage, Educ. : Balliol Coll. Oxford (M.A.). Archdeacon of Coventry, Address : Farnborouah Hall, Banbury. [Died 20 March HOLBURN, John Goundry, J.P. M.P. (L. and Labour) N.W. Lanarkshire tinplate worker b. England, 12 Apr e. s. of Thomas Holburn, Durham m. 1st, nd, Educ. : self- educated. President Edinburgh and Leith Trades Council, member of Leith Town Council, Address: 334 Leith Walk, Leith, N.B. [Died 23 Jan HOLDEN, Rev. Henry, D.D. of Oxford and Durham Hon. Canon of Durham Cathedral b s. of Rev. H. A. Holclen m. 1st, 1848, A. E. M. Edmonds 2nd, 1857, G. Aldham two s. seven d. Educ. : Shrewsbury School Balliol Coll. Oxford (Scholar) 2nd tor Ireland Univ. Scholarship, st Class in Lit. Hum., Ordained to Upminster, Essex, 1839 Headmaster of Uppingham School, Durham School, Rector of South Luffenham, Rutland, Publications : co-editor of Sabrinae Corolla, 4th edition, 1890 Symbolical Teaching of the Sanctuary, 1849 Single Sermons to University and to school- 345

17 HOLDEN WHO WAS WHO, boys. Address : Boscobel, Streatham Common, S.W. Club : Athenaeum. [Died 30 March HOLDEN, Sir Isaac, 1st Bt. cr b. Hurlet, near Paisley, 7 May 1807 *. of late Isaac Holden, Alston, Cumberland m. 1st, Marion, e. d. of Angus Love, nd, Sarah, d. of John Sugden, Dockroyd, Keighley, M.P. Knaresborough, Northern Division of West Riding of Yorkshire (afterwards Keighley Div. West Riding), Heir: 8. Angus, b Address : Oakworth House, Keighley, Yorkshire. Club : Reform. [Died 13 Aug HOLDEN, Luther, R.C.S. Consulting Surgeon St. Bartholomew's Hospital, Foundling Hospital, and Metropolitan Dispensary. Member of Council and Court of Examiners and ex-president Royal College of Surgeons, England. Publications : An Illustrated Manual of the Dissection of the Human Body Human Osteology Landmarks : Medical and Surgical Hunterian Oration, Address : Pinetoft, Ipswich. [Died 6 Feb HOLDER, Hon. Sir Frederick William, K.C.M.G., cr J.P., M.P. first Speaker of the House of Representatives, Commonwealth of Australia, 1901 b. Happy Valley, South Australia, 12 May 1850 *. of James Morecott Holder m. 1877, d. of John Riccards Stephens. Member Royal Commission on Land Laws, 1887 Select Committee " Star of Greece " disaster, 1888 Chairman Barrier Trade Select Committee, 1888 Chairman Royal Commission on Intercolonial Free Trade, 1890 Mails Commission, 1890 Pastoral Lands Royal Commission, 1891 Orroroo Railway Commission, 1892, etc. Treasurer from June 1889 to August 1890 Premier and Treasurer from June to October 1892 Commissioner of Public Works, June 1893 to April 1894 Treasurer, April 1894 to 1 December 1899 Representative to Australian Federal Convention, 1897 elected for the Burra District, South Australia, in April 1887, 1890, 1893, 1896, 1899 Capt. (retired) Military Force Premier and Treasurer, Dec to May 1901 elected to Federal Parliament for South Australia, Address: Wavertree, N. Terrace, Kent Town, S. Australia. [Died 23 July HOLDICH, General Sir Edward Alan, G.C.B., cr K.C.B., cr retired b. Maidwell, 10 May 1822 s. of Rev. Thomas Holdich m. Emily Hallward, widow of G. Buckston, and d. of Rev. Crosbie Morgell of Knoyle, Wilts, Educ. : private schools. Entered army, 1841 served in Australia, Cape, and India Sutlej campaign, battles Moodke, Ferozeshahr, Aliwal and Sobraon action against Boers at Bronplatz, S.A Kafir War, 1852 > Burmese War, 1853 action at Donabow, March 1853 Indian Mutiny commanded districts, Cork and Dublin, Ireland, Colonel, Lancashire Fusiliers. Address : 19 Onslow Square, S.W. Club : Army and Navy. [Died 8 Dec HOLE, Very Rev. S. Reynolds, D.D. Dean of Rochester from 1887 chaplain to the Archbishop of Canterbury Chaplain of the Order of 'St. John of Jerusalem Medallist of the Royal Horticultural Society, and Fellow of the Stockholm and Portugal Horticultural Societies b. 5 Dec *. of Samuel Hole, Caunton Manor. Educ. : Grammar School, Newark Brasenose 09!!. Oxford. Select Preacher of the University of Oxford, Deacon, 1844 Priest, 1845 Curate and Vicar of Caunton, Rural Dean Prebendary of Lincoln Proctor in Convocation. Publications : Hints 346 to Freshmen A Book about Roses, 19Ui ed. A Little Tour in Ireland, illustrated by John Leech A Book about the Garden and the Gardener Nice and her Neighbours Hints to Preachers Memories of De an Hole More Memories Addresses to Working Men - A Little Tour in America O ur Gardens, 1899 n and Now, Liecreations : horticulture, bowls. Address : Deanery, Rochester Caunton Manor, Not ts. [Died 27 Aug. 190 V 4. HOLLAMS, Sir John, Kt., cr partner in firm of Hollams, Sons, Coward, & Hawks5- ley b m. 1845, Rice, d. of Re-'. Edward Allfree, Rector of Strood, Kent. 1 Solicitor, 1844 a Lieut, for City of Londoi, J.P. Kent, and Member of Council of Incorporated Law Society. Publications : Jottings of an Old Solicitor, Address : 52 Eaton Square, S.W. Dene Park, near Tonbridge, Kent. [Died 3 May HOLLAND, Rev. Francis James, Canon of Canterbury from 1882 Hon. Chaplain to King Edward VII. b. London, 20 Jan nd *. of late Sir Henry Holland, Bt. m. Mary Sybilla, d. of Rev. A. Lyall, Rector of Harbledown, 1855 three *. one d. Educ. : Eton Trinity College, Cambridge (M.A.). Vicar of St. Dunstan's, Canterbury, Minister of Quebec Chapel, London, Recreation : music. Address : Precincts, Canterbury Lodge, Harbledown, Canterbury. [Died 27 Jan HOLLAND, Colonel Trevenen James, C.B., 1868' retired full pay, H.M. Army D.L. and J.P. county of Kent J.P. counties of Sussex and Cornwall County alderman county of Kent b. 31 May, 1836 e. 8. of late Col. J. Holland, Park, Upper Norwood m. 1858, Margaret, d. of late P. Nicolson, Strath, Isle of Skye, N.B., 1868 one s. three d. Educ. : Cheltenham College and St. John's College, Oxford. Entered army, 1852 served in Crimea with 10th Hussars (medal) A.Q.M.G. of Sir Henry Havelock's Division, Persian Campaign (despatches, medal and clasp) A.Q.M.G. Indian Mutiny (despatches, medal and clasps) A.Q.M.G. China Campaign (despatches, medal and clasps) D.Q.M.G. and head of the Intelligence Depart. Abyssinia (despatches, medal and clasps, C.B., Brevets of Maj. and Lieut.- Col.) is a Knight of the Legion of Honour (France^ a Knight Grand Cross of Carlos III. (Spain) and a Knight of Justice of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem had Turkish Order of the Medjidieh contested Colchester (C.) Decorated for military services. Publications : Government historian of the Abyssinian Campaign, and author of several tales and treatises writer of leading articles on military and Oriental subjects for daily UJbCOB ress and periodicals. Address : Mount Ephi phraim House, Tunbridge Wells. Clubs: Unit nited Service, Golfers'. [Died 21 Feb HOLLINGSHEAD, John, author and journalist b. Hoxton, 9 Sept married. Educ. : Homertou, and anywhere. Business for a time in City, 1857 on staff of Household Words under Charles Dickens staff of Cornhill Magazine under W. M. Thackeray Good Words under Dr. Norman Macleod Daily News, etc. helped to found Alhambra atre, 1866 founded Gaiety atre, 1868 abolished fees. invented general matinees introduced the electric light to England and London, 1878 lessee of many London atres, and director of many Music Hail companies. Active member of committees for Abolition of Paper Duty, 1858 atrical Licensing Reform, 1866 and 1892 Copyright Reform, Publications : ( ) Plain English Under Bow Bells Odd Journeys Underground

18 WHO WAS WHO, HOLMES London Ragged London, 1861 Miscellanies Hough Diamonds Historical Introduction to the International Exhibition of 1862, official Footlights Story of Leicester Square Niagara Spray My Lifetime Gaiety Chronicles According to My Lights, etc., Recreations : music, chess, draughts, cricket, billiards tramping, into every hole and corner of London, or any other city. Clubs : various, in London, New York, Buffalo, and Paris. [Died 10 Oct HOLMAN, Sir Constantine, Kt., cr M D, M.R.C.S. Vice-Pres. Brit. Medical Association b. 23 October 1829 m. 1860, Marion, d. of William Street, Norwood. Educ. : Edinburgh University Guy's Hospital Treasurer and Vice-President, Epsom College. Address : 26 Gloucester Place, Portman Square, W. [Died 18 Aug HOLMAN-HUNT, William, O.M., D.C.L. painter one of the three founders of the Pre-Raphaelite Movement b. London, Exhibited first picture R.A painter of Light of the World, at Keble College, Oxford Christian Priests Escaping from Persecution of Druids, London Bridge, Nazareth, Egyptian Girl, St. Swithin, and other works, in the Taylor Buildings Museum, Oxford Shadow of Death, Fine Art Gallery, Manchester Finding of Christ in the Temple, Valentine and Sylvia, in Fine Art Gallery, Birmingham Triumph of the Innocents, Fine Art Gallery, Liverpool Isabella and the Pot of Basil May Morning on Magdaleu Tower Holy Fire in Church of the Sepulchre, Jersualem Lady of Shalott a life-sized version of Light of the W T orld in St. Paul's Cathedral original study, May Morning Magdalen Tower, Birmingham, etc. Publications : Pre-Raphaelitisra and the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood, Address : 18 Melbury Road, Kensington, W. Sonning Acre, Berks. Club : Athenseum. [Died 7 Sept HOLMDEN, Major Frank Alfred Amphlett, D.S.O Colonial Office Forces b. 9 April 1861 s. of Frank Holmden, Marlpit House, Edenbridge, Kent m. 1906, Elsie Mary, e. d. of R. A. Foster of Tutshill House, Tidenham, Co. Gloucester, and 15 Hanover Square, W. one s. Educ. : Edinburgh University Middle Temple, London Jesus College, Cambridge. M.B., 1889 Major, Colonial Office Forces. Served with Mounted Infantry (Bechuanaland Border Police), Matabele War, 1893 (medal), and with the Bechuanaland Protectorate Troops, 1st Batt. North Lancashire Regt. and 3rd Batt. King's Own Scottish Borderers in South African War, (Queen's medal with two clasps, King's medal with two clasps, despatches twice, D.S.O., including Siege of Mafeking) served in the British North Borneo Protectorate. Recreations : hunting, polo, big-game shooting. Address : Calcetto, Rustington, Sussex. Clubs : Junior Naval and Military, New Oxford and Cambridge. [Died 22 Apr HOLMES, Rt. Rev. George Bishop of Athabasca from 1909 b. 23 Nov m. two s. three d. Educ. : St. John's College, Winnipeg, D.D. Ordained, 1887 C.M.S. missionary, N.W. Territory, Archdeacon, Athabasca, Bishop of Moosonoe, Address : Lesser Slave Lake, Alberta, Canada. [Died 3 Feb HOLMES, George Augustus Director of Examinations of the London College of Music from 1887 founder of the scheme of Loca" Examinations in Music now used throughoul the British Isles and Colonies Organist, St George's, Camberwell, b. Peck ham, 10 May Educ. : privately Took part in Music (Organ Recitals) ai Fisheries Exhibition, 1883, and Inventions Exhibition, 1885 Conductor of various Choral Societies Composer of a large number of Pianoforte works, including solos, duets, trios, and quartettes Tarentelle Brilliant, Tarentelle Chromatique, six Melodious Studies, Miniature Recreations, six Characteristic Duets, etc. Songs also Author of the Academic Manual of the Rudiments of Music, and Three Hundred Questions and Exercises Joint-Author (with Dr. F. J. Karn) of the Academic Manual of Musical History, 1899 Historical Chronology, 1900 Musical Art Forms, 1901 Standard Studies for Pianoforte, annotated, 1900 Technical Studies for Pianoforte, annotated, 1900 Technical Training for the Pianoforte, Part I., 1901, Part II., 1904 Academic Manual of Musical Information, Part I., 1902 Analyses of Pianoforte Compositions, Book I., 1905 : Book II., 1906 an analysed edition of Classics for the Pianoforte, known as Academic Classics a 2nd selection of Pianoforte compositions (analysed) termed Students' Classics a series of compositions from the modern composers entitled Contemporary Pianoforte Music, with critical remarks upon the form and construction Preparatory Manuals for the Pianoforte, Book I., 1907 Book II., 1909 Preparatory Manuals for the Violin, Book I., 1907 Book II., 1909 Rudimentary Musical Knowledge, Recreations : golf, cycling, horticulture, the study of the old masters of music, and the collecting of their works. Address : Auckland House, Linden Grove, Peckham Rye, S.E. Breeze Holm, Broadstairs, Kent London College of Music, Great Marlborough Street, W. Club : Royal Temple Yacht, Ramsgate. [Died 30 March HOLMES, Rt. Rev. John Garraway, Hon. D.D Educ. : University Coll. Oxford (Gunsley Exhibitioner, M.A. 1864). Curate of Lutterworth, Christ Church, Reading, St. Mary Magdalene, Wandsworth Common, Vicar of St. Philip, Sydenham, Dean of Grahamstown, Archdeacon of Grahamstown, Vicar-General of Grahamstown, , and editor Southern Cross, Address : Bishopsholme, St. Helena. [Died 26 Sept HOLMES, Rev. Joseph, M.A. Vicar of Swineshead, Lincolnshire, from 1848 Preb. and Canon of Lincoln b. 10 Nov e. s. of late Rev. Joseph Holmes, D.D., Headmaster of the Leeds Grammar School m. 1857, Frances Caroline (d. 1907), 2nd d. of Rev. C. Moore, Rector of Wyberton, and s. of Col. Moore, C.B., of Frampton Hall, Lincolnshire, a lineal descendant of Sir Thomas More two s. six d. Educ. : Leeds Grammar School Trinity Coll. Camb. (Scholar and Prizeman). Curate of Chesterfield, Commissioner of Land and Income Tax, etc. Address : Swineshead Vicarage, Boston, Lincolnshire. [Died 9 Nov HOLMES, Sir Richard Rivington, K.C.V.O., 1905 V.P. S.A. Lt.-Col. late 1st Vol. Batt. Royal Berks Regt. V.D. Sergeant-at- Arms to Queen Victoria and to King Edward VII. from 1898 Commander of Order of Frederick of Wurtemberg b. London, 16 Nov nd *. of late John Holmes of the British Museum m. Evelyn, e. d. of Rev. R. Gee, D.D., Canon of Windsor, Educ. : Highgate. Assistant, British Museum, 1854 Archaelogist to Abyssinian Expedition, 1868 (medal) Librarian at Windsor Castle, Publications : Naval and Military Trophies, 1879 Specimens of Royal, Fine, and Historical Bookbinding, 1893 Queen Victoria, 1897, etc. also an edition of the Book of Common Prayer, with titles and borders designed and

19 HOLMBS WHO WAS WHO, drawn by himself also drew the illustra Transport Train, and raised (H Division) tions to Mrs. Oliphant's Makers of Venice Camel Corps (despatches, medal and clasp, Recreations : cricket, golf painting in and promoted to an unattached company for water-colour exhibited at Royal Academy service in the field) appointed to the 29th Grosvenor, and New Galleries. Address Foot, 1868 exchanged to the Queen's Ann Foord's House, Windsor. Club : Athen Royal West Surrey Regt. Major, 1878 aeum. [Died 22 March 1911 Lieut.-CoU 1882 Colonel, 1886 served in HOLMES, Sir Robert William Arbuthnot, Burmese War, 1886 and 1888, in command K.C.B., cr. 1902: C.B M.A. (Dub of the Regt. (despatches, medal and 2 clasps, Univ.) b. 25 Dec e. s. of late Robert C.B.) appointed to command the 83rd Holmes, Moycashel, Co. Westmeath m Regt. Dist. 1890, and 2nd Regt. Dist. 1893, 1871, Isabella, o. d. of late J. Faviere, Elrington, Q.C., LL.D., Recorder of Londonderry. Poona, he was warmly thanked in general retired, 1896 in 1866, when a subaltern at Educ. : Windermere College Trin. Coll. orders for his " noble conduct " in saving Dublin (M.A.). Irish Barr life secretary on the occasion of the wreck of the to Lord Chancellor of Ireland, pilgrim ship " Diamond," and the. Commander-in-Chief at Bombay told him that Clerk of Crown and Hanaper, Treasury Remembrancer and Deputy Paymaster for Ireland, Address : admiration. Recreations : shooting and his gallantry was deserving of the warmest 5 Clifton Terrace, Monkstown, Co. Dublin. yachting. Address : 31 Ravensbourne Gardens, West Baling, W. [Died 7 Nov Club : Kildare Street, Dublin. [Died 19 Feb HOLYOAKE, George Jacob Hon. Member of HOLM-PATRICK, 1st Baron (cr. 1897), Rt. Institute of Journalists, and of Muse"e Social, Hon. Ion Trant Hamilton, P.C. Lord- Paris the Cobden and National Liberal Lieut, and Cmtos Rotulorum of County and Clubs journalist author lecturer b. City of Dublin b nd *. of James Birmingham, 13 Apr twice married, H. Hamilton, M.P. Co. Dublin, and Educ. : Old Median 5 ' grandson of James Hamilton, M.P. Co. Institution, Birmingham. One of lectui Dublin upwards of twenty years m. Victoria, d. of General Lord Charles Wellesley, Owen, 1841 imprisoned at Gloucester, 1842, appointed to explain Social System of Rol and sister of 3rd Duke of Wellington, for an answer given in discussion the Educ. : Trin. Coll. Camb. M.P. (C.) Co. founder of Secularism, which purports to be Dublin, Owned about 6900 acres. a form of opinion relating to the duty of Heir : s. Hans Wellesley, b. 18 Aug this life, which substitutes the piety of Address: Abbotstown, Castleknock, Co. usefulness for the usefulness of piety acting Dublin. Clubs: Carlton Kildare Street, secretary to British Legion sent out to Dublin. [Died 5 Mar Garibaldi, 1861 in aiding the repeal of the HOLT, James Maden, M.A., J.P. o. s. of John tax upon knowledge incurred 600,000 of Holt of Stubbylee, nr. Bacup, Lancashire, fine, which he was under the necessity of J.P., and Judith, 3rd d. of James Maden of asking Mr. Gladstone (then Chancellor of Greens House, Bacup b. 18 Oct m. the Exchequer) to take weekly, , Anna (d. 1903), 2nd d. of Rev. John chiefly instrumental, John Stuart Mill wrote, Haworth of Penistone, Yorkshire. Educ. : in procuring the affirmation Act, 1869 Wellesley House, Finchley Road, London suggested series of Blue Books issued from Christ Church, Oxford. B.A M.A. Foreign Office by Lord Clarendon on Condition of Industrial Classes in Foreign Countries, ]855 qualified as J,P. for the county of Lancaster, 5 April 1858 served on the Publications : edited 30 vols. of Local Board of Health for the district of the Reasoner, History of Rochdale Bacup, returned to the House of Pioneers, A New Defence of the Commons as an independent Conservative Ballot History of Co-operation in England, 1875 at the General Election for North-East Life of Joseph Rayner Stephens, Lancashire in 1868, and again in 1874 Preacher and Political Orator, 1881 Selfmoved the rejection of the Bill for the Helps One Hundred Years Ago, 1890 Disestablishment of the Church of Ireland Co-operative Movement of To-day, 1891 on the third reading, 31 May 1869 introduced Ecclesiastical Offences Bill, 1874 Sixty Years of an Agitator's Life, 1892 Public Speaking and Debate, 1894 Nature supported Public Worship Regulation and Bill, Origin of Secularism, showing that 1874 and carried amendment to limit the where Free Thought commonly ends Secularism begins, 1896 Bishop's veto notwithstanding opposition of Jubilee Histories of the Mr. Gladstone and the sacerdotal party Leeds and Derby Co-operative Societies (subsequently struck out in House of Lords) Essentials of Co-operative Education 24 introduced in 1876 Cruelty to Animals Bill years Chairman of the Travelling Tax to prohibit the practice of Vivisection Abolition Committee Ten Letters, being joined the Church Association in 1870, and the Case stated between Co-operators and was Chairman of the Council, , Vice- Private Traders, 1903 Bygones Worth Chairman of the National Club, Whitehall Remembering, Recreation : reading Gardens, Chairman, one novels. Address : Eastern Lodge, Brighton. of the Trustees of the Club from 1877 and Club : Treasurer of the Trinitarian Bible Society from Address : Stubbylee, Bacup, Lancashire Culverlands, Oakleigh Park, N. Clubs : National, Conservative, Manchester. [Died 19 Sept HOLT, Colonel William John, C.B the Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment (retired) b. Mount Wise, Plymouth, Devonshire, 14 Jan nd s. of late Capt. William Holt m. 1861, Alice Violet 2nd d. of late Robert Zavier Murphy, C.S. three s. two d. Educ. : privately. Gazetted Ensign 89th Foot, 1857 transferred to the 4th, the King's Own Regt Lieutenant, 1859 served in the Abyssinian Campaign, , with the 4th King's Own appointed Provost-Marshal at Zoula joined 348 National Liberal. [Died 22 Jan HOLZMANN, Sir Maurice, G.C.V.O. cr K.C.B. cr C.B I.S.O Secretary and Keeper of the Records of the Duchy of Cornwall and Clerk of the Council of the Prince of Wales, Extra Groom-in-Waiting to King Edward VII. from 1901 b Address : St. James's Palace, S.W. [Died 1 Apr HOMBURG, Hon. Mr. Justice Robert, Puisne Judge Supreme Court, South Australia from 1905 Judge of Court of Industrial Appeal from 1910 b. Duchy of Brunswick, 10 Mar Educ. : public school. Arrived in South Australia, 1857 articled to Sir J. P. Boucaut, 1866 admitted practitioner Supreme Court, 1872 represented District

20 WHO WAS WHO, HOOKER Gumeracha in South Australian Parliament, Attorney-General, and instrumental in adapting the Torrens system of Registration of Titles to all unsold crown lands originator of various acts relating to Law and Land reform introducer of numerous Imperial Acts into Local Parliament. Recreation : gardening. [Died 22 March HOME, Sir Anthony Dickson, V.C., K.C.B., cr Surgeon-Gen, retired 1886 b. 30 Nov ra. Jessey, d. of T. P. L. Hallett, 1858 two s. six d. Entered Army Medical Department, 1848 Surgeon-Gen served Eastern Campaign, Indian Mutiny China, 1860 New Zealand, Ashantee War, principal Medical Officer, Ashantee, 1873 Cyprus, to Forces in India, Publication : Service Memories, Address : 7 Palace Gardens Terrace, Kensington, W. [Died 8 Aug HOME, Hon. James Archibald, D.L., Barristerat-Law 2nd s. of llth Earl of Home b Educ. : Oriel Coll. Oxford. Publication : (Edited) Letters of Lady Louisa Stuart to Miss Louisa Clinton, Address : 66 Curzon Street, W. Bonkyl Lodge, Duns, Berwickshire. [Died 28 Oct HOMER, Winslow, artist b. Boston, 24 Feb Studied Paris, Address : Scarbro', R.S.O. Maine. [Died 30 Sept HONEYMAN, John, LL.D. U.S.A F.R.I.B.A architect (retired 1904) b. Glasgow, 11 Aug rd s. of late John Honeyman, J.P., merchant. Educ. : Merchiston Castle, Edinburgh Glasgow University. Practised chiefly as an ecclesiastical and domestic architect formerly President of the Glasgow Archaeological Society and other bodies, and Governor of the Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College. A.R.S.A Publications : Dwellings of the Drainage of Glasgow Poor Trade Unionism the Blight on British Industry and Commerce Incidence of Taxation Betterment, etc. Recreations : in early life yachting and angling. Address : Minewood, Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire. Club : Glasgow Art. [Died 8 Jan HONYMAN, Sir William Macdonald, 5th Bt. cr J.P. Salop b. 31 Aug S. brother 1875 m. 1863, Jane Dorothea (d. 1910), d. of Maj. Bowen, late of 10th Hussars. Educ. : Worcester Coll. Oxford (M.A.). Recreations : shooting, beagling. Heir : none. Address : Coton Hall, Whitchurch, Salop. [Died 5 Dec HOOD of Avalon, 1st Baron cr Arthur William Acland Hood, G.C.B. Admiral on retired list, 1889 b. Bath, 14 July nd s. of Sir Alexander Hood, Bt., and d. of Sir Hugh Bateman, Bt. m. Fanny, d. of Sir Charles Maclean, Bt., Protestant Conservative. Educ. : East Sheen Royal Naval Coll. Portsmouth. Entered Navy, 1836 Lieut Admiral, 1885 served in Naval Brigade in Crimea commanded " Acorn " in China War, took part in action of Fatshan, and capture of Canton, 1857 was Director of Naval Ordnance, nd Naval Lord of Admiralty, commanded Channel Squadron, Senior Naval Lord of Admiralty, , when placed on retired list from age C.B A.D.C. to Qneen Victoria, K.C.B G.C.B Recreations : sketching, shooting. Address : 19 Queen's Gate Place, S. Kensington Wootton House, Glastonbury. Clubs : United Service, Army and Navy. [Died 15 Nov HOOD, 4th Viscount (cr. 1796), Francis Wheler Hood, D.L., J.P. Bt Baron, 1782 Baron Hood (G. Britain) 1795 Lieut.-Col. Grenadier Guards (retired) [1st Viscount was the celebrated admiral captured the " Bellona," 1759 in the defeat of Count de Grasse's fleet he commanded the van under Sir George Rodney, 1782 attacked Toulon, and captured Corsica, 1793] b. London, 4 July 1838 s. of 3rd Viscount and d. of late Richard Tibbits, Barton- Seagrave, Northamptonshire S. father 1846 m. Edith, d. of Arthur W. Ward, Calverley, Tunbridge Wells, Served in Crimea. Owned about 2600 acres. Heir : s. Hon. Grosvenor A. A. Hood. Address : 17 Hertford Street, May Fair, W. Clubs : Travellers', United Service. [Died 27 Apr HOOD, Gen. John Cockburn, C.B Bengal Staff Corps. Entered army, 1840 General, 1891 served Punjab Campaign, (medal with clasp) Indian Mutiny, 1858 (dangerously wounded, despatches, medal with clasp, brevet of Major) Gera, [Died 2 Apr HOOD, Hon. Maurice Henry Nelson, b. 16 Jan e. s. of 2nd Viscount Bridport, q.v. m. 1908, Eileen, e. d. of Charles Kendall, Wokingham, Berks was sub-lieut. R.N. Club : Vancouver, Vancouver. [Died 4 June HOOK, Henry, V.C. b. Churcham, Gloucestershire. Served five years in Royal Monmouth Militia, afterwards in the 2nd- 24th Regt., and took part in the Kaffir War at the Cape, and the Zulu Campaign in 1879, in which he was decorated by Sir Garnet Wolseley at the seat of war on 3 Aug then served in Volunteers and is still Sergeant in 1st Vol. Batt. Royal Fusiliers. Decorated for the defence of the hospital at Rorke's Drift. Address: 33 Fitzroy Square, W.C. [Died 12 March HOOK, James Clarke, Royal Academician, 1861 b. London e. s. of late James Hook, judge in the Mixed Commission Court, Sierra Leone, and Eliza, d. of Dr. Adam Clarke, Bible commentator. Educ. : N. London Grammar School. Royal Academy gold medallist and travelling pensioner, also two silver medals Paris gold medal, 1889 Chicago gold medal and Vienna Medal of 1st class, Brussels, Painter of portraits and subjects from poetry and history, and lately of sea and landscape exhibited Royal Academy, 1897 A Dutchman's Home Allan J. Hook Low Water at the Tidal Crossing From the Shore to the Field. Recreations : horticulture, especially pomology. Address : Silverbeck, Churt, Farnham, Surrey. [Died 14 Apr HOOKER, Sir Joseph Dalton, C.B G.C.S.I. cr K.C.S.I O.M M.D.. D.C.L., LL.D., F.R.S., F.L.S. Prussian Order Pour le Merite retired surgeon R.N. ex-director of the Royal Gardens, Kew b. Halesworth, Suffolk, 30 June nd s. of late Sir William Jackson Hooker, director of the Royal Gardens, Kew m. 1st, 1851, Frances Harriet (d. 1874), d. of Rev. John Stevens Henslow 2nd, 1876, Hyacinth, o. d. of Rev. W. S. Symonds, and widow of Sir W. Jardine, 7th Bart. six s. two d. Educ.: High School University of Glasgow. Surgeon and naturalist, H.M.S. "Erebus," in.antarctic Expedition under Sir James Ross, visited as a naturalist the Himalaya Mountains, Eastern Bengal, the Khasia Mountains, etc., Syria and Palestine, 1860 Morocco and the Greater Atlas, 1871 the Rocky Mountains and California, 1877 Assist. Director, Royal Gardens, Kew, Director, Pres. Royal Society, Publications : Botany of the Antarctic Expedition Hand-

21 HOOKEY WHO WAS WHO, book of the New Zealand Flora Himalayan Journal Students' British Flora Rhododendrons of the Sikkim Himalaya, Morocco, and the Great Atlas (with J. Ball, F.R.S.) Flora of British India. Recreations : natural science, collected Wedgwood ware, chiefly portraits of eminent men. Address : Camp, near Sunningdale. Club : Athenaeum. [Died 10 Dec HOOKEY, James b. Bristol, 30 Dec Educ. : Bath. Entered service of Electric Telegraph Company, 1855 appointed Engineering Inspector and Assistant Superintendent of the Company's West Midland section, 1861 transferred to London headquarters as chief officer under the late Cromwell F. Varley and his successor Mr. R. S. Culley, 1862 transferred to Post Office with Mr. R. S. Culley and his successor Mr. E. Graves, 1870 took up post of Principal Technical Officer, 1882 on death of Mr. Graves (1892) the two offices of Engineer-in-Chief and Electrician were combined in Mr. Preece (now Sir William Preece), and he became Assistant Engineer-in-Chief Engineer-in-Chief, General Post Office, [Died 14 Nov HOOPER, John, C.S.I., 1904 B.A., I.C.S. member Board of Revenue, and member Legislative Council, United Provinces. Educ. : University College, and University of London. Entered I.C.S Settlement Officer, Basti Magistrate and Collector, 1890 Secretary, Board of Revenue, 1890 Settlement Commissioner, Oudh, 1896 Commissioner, 1899 member Board of Revenue, Address : Naini Tah and Allahabad. [Died 27 Jan HOOPER, Lt.-Gol. Stuart Huntly a member of the editorial staff of the Times Editor of the Army and Navy Gazette Managing Director Army and Navy Gazette, Ltd. e. s. of E. H. Hooper, and of Lady Maud Colonel Eliott-Lockhart, late R.A. one Hooper W. b m. Georgina, d. of s. one d. Educ. : Winchester Woolwich. Served in Royal Horse Artillery and Royal Field Reserve Artillery. Publications: articles on military subjects in the Times and other London, provincial, and Indian papers. Address : 13 Windlesham Gardens, Hove. Clubs: Cavalry, Yorick, United Service. [Died 31 May HOPE, Henry Walter, J.P., D.L. e. surv. s. of late George William Hope, M.P., and Caroline Georgina, d. of late Lord Montagu (ext.) b S m. 1885, Lady Mary Catherine Constance, sis. of 5th Earl of Rosebery one s. Captain, Grenadier Guards (retired). Address : Luffness, Aberlady, N.B. Club : Travellers'. [Died 25 Oct HOPE, Captain John, Royal Navy (retired), D.L. and J.P. for Stewartry of Kirkcudbright b. 30 Jan s. of Hon. Charles Hope, 3rd *. of 4th Earl of Hopetoun, and Lady Isabella H. Douglas, e. d. of 5th Earl of Selkirk m. 1872, Rebecca Marion, d. of Peter Blackburn of Killearn one s. two d. Educ. : Temple Grove, East Sheen. Joined Royal Navy, 1857 Lieut Commander, 1878 Captain (retired), 1888 served in Mediterranean, North America, and West Indies, Australia (Maori War, ), China, etc. Recreations : fishing and shooting. Address : St Mary's Isle, Kirkcudbright. Clubs : Naval and Military New, Edinburgh. [Died 27 Feb HOPE, Sir odore Cracraft, K.C.S.I., cr C.I.E., 1882 retired I.C.S. member Lond. Diocesan Conference, House of Laymen, Prov. of Canterbury, and Representative Church Council b o. s. of late James Hope, M.D., F.R.S. m. 1866, Josephine, o. d. of late John Williamson 350 Fulton of Braidujle, Cos. Antrim and Down. Educ. : Rugby E.I.C. Haileybury. Ent. Bombay Civil Service, 1853 Educational Inspector, Barr. Lincoln's Inn, 1866 member of Governor- General's Legislative Council, provisional member of Council, Bombay, 1880 secretary to Government of India for Finance and Commerce, officiating Finance Minister, 1882 Public Works member of Governor - General's Council, Publications : various educational and architectural works, Church and. State in India, Recreations : literature and art, yachting. Address : 21 Elvaston Place, S.W. Bel Ritiro, San Remo, Italy. Club : Athenaeum. [Died 4 July HOPE, Sir William, K.C.B., 14th Bt. cr J.P. Gen., retired 1881 b S. brother 1892 m. Alicia, d. of Sir J. Wedderburn, Bt., Entered Army, 1835 served with 71st Highlanders in Crimea, Central India, 1858 (medal and clasp). Heir : b. Alexander, b Address : Pinkie House, Musselburgh, N.B. Club: United Service. [Died 5 Sept HOPE-JOHNSTONE, John James, of Annandale b s. of late William Jar Hope-Johnstone and Hon. Octavia Bosville, y. d. of 3rd Baron Macdonalc Educ. : Eton. Served in the Rifle Brig and subsequently in the Grenadier Gus M.P. Dumfriesshire, Address Raehills, Lockerbie, N.B. Clubs : Carlt Conservative. [Died 26 Dec. 1912'. HOPKINS, Rev. Charles, M.A. Hon. Canon of Peterborough from 1891 Examining Chaplain to late Bishop of Sodor and Man, Lecturer in Pastoral ology in the Bishop Wilson ological School, I.O.M., Hon. Curate S. Peter's, St. Albans, since 1903 b. 21 Oct y. 8. of William Bonner Hopkins, Great Limber Grange, Lincolnshire m. 1st, 1861, Penelope Jane (d. 1889), d. of John Thorn, R.N., White Hall, Broseley 2nd, 1896, Emily Mary, d. of William Morris, Lodge, Halifax. Educ. : Tonbridge School Smythe Exhibitioner. Scholar of St. Catherine's Coll. Camb. B.A rd class Classical Tripos, M.A ordained Deacon, 1858 Priest, 1859 Curate of Aylestone, Leicester, Broseley, Salop, Vicar of Duddington, Northants, Rector of Polebrook, Northants, Domestic Chaplain to Bishop (Davys) of Peterborough, 1864 Vicar of Oundle, Northants, Rural Dean of Oundle I Vicar of St. Olave's, Ramsey, I.O.M., Recreations : fishing and golf. Address : Ramsey Lodge, Hillside Road, St. Albans. Club : Royal Societies. [Died 29 Apr HOPKINS, Edward J., Mus. D. organist at Temple Church, Westminster, Publication : Organ, its History and Construction (with Dr. Rimbault). Address : 23 St. Augustine's Road, Camden Town, London Kendal Lodge, Herne Bay. [Died 4 Feb HOPKINSON, General Henry, C.S.I., 1874 unemployed list of General Officers Chairman of Doom Dooma Tea Co. b. 7 Aug s. of Benjamin Hopkinson m. Jean, e. d. of Dr. W. Montgomerie, M.D. Educ. : Coll. de Menars, France private tuition. Joined 15th Regt. B.N.I., 1838 appointed Commissioner of Arakau, 1852 Commissioner, Tenasserim Provinces, 1858 Commissioner for Assam and Agent to Governor- General of India on North-East Frontier, 1860 served through Punjaub Campaign, Burmese War, including capture of Martaban, 1852 Bhootan Campaign, and present at assault and capture of

22 WHO WAS WHO, HORNCASTLE Dewangeri, Decorated for services as Commissioner of Assam and Agent of the Governor-Gen, of India on the North-East Frontier medal for Punjaub Campaign, with clasps for Chilianwala and Googerat, India medal with clasps Pegu, 1852 Bhootan, Recreations: riding and hunting before he got too old to do either. Address : 78 Holland Park, W. Club : United Service. [Died 22 Dec HOPKINSON, John, F.R.S. 1878, D.Sc., M.A. : Civil Engineer Member of Council of Civil Engineers and of Mechanical Engineers b. Manchester, 27 July 1849 e. s. of Alderman Hopkinson, Manchester m. Evelyn Oldenbourg, d. of late Gustave Oldenbourg, Leeds. Educ. : Owen's Coll. Manchester Trin. Coll. Camb. Senior Wrangler First Smith's Prizeman late Fellow of Trinity D.Sc. University of London. Engineer to Messrs. Chance Bros., Birmingham, 1872 Practised as an Engineer in London, 1878 Royal Medallist of Royal Society. Publications : scientific papers in Transactions of the Royal Society, etc. Recreations : Alpine climbing, cycling. Address : 5 Victoria Street, Westminster Holmwood, Wimbledon. Clubs : Athenaeum (under Rule 2). [Died 27 Aug HOPPER, Nora b. Exeter, 2 Jan d. of Harman Baillie Hopper, Capt. 31st Bengal Native Infantry, and Caroline Augusta Francis m. 1901, Wilfrid Hugh Chesson, novelist and critic one s. one d. Educ. : London. Publications : first book, Ballads in Prose other works, Under Quicken Boughs (a volume of poems), Songs of the Morning (poems) Aquamarines, 1902 Bell and the Arrow, strong Celtic influence upon her was never strengthened by residence in Ireland. Address : 337 Sandycombe Road, Kew Gardens, S.W. [Died 19 Apr HOPPS, John Page, editor of Coming Day from 1891 b. London, 6 Nov Educ. : Baptist Coll. Leicester. Baptist minister, Hugglescote and Ibstock, 1855 colleague with George Dawson, Church of the Saviour, Birmingham, 1858 Unitarian minister at Sheffield, Dukinfield, Glasgow, Leicester, and Croydon member first School Board of Glasgow proprietor and editor of Truthseeker, Founder of Our Father's Church, Publications: Pilgrim Songs Sermons of Sympathy Pessimism, Science and God Death a Delusion Spirit-Life in God the Spirit Does God Care? Personal Prayers A Scientific Basis of Belief in a Future Life Alleged Prophecies Concerning Jesus Christ in the Old Testament Plain Truth about the Bible : Bible for HOPWOOD, Henry Silkstone, R.W.S., 1908 A.R.W.S., 1896 s. of late J. C. Hopwood of Blakeley, Lanes b. Markfield, Leicester, 12 Jan m. 1895, Eleanor, d. of late Alex. Wright, M.D., F.R.C.S., Norton, nr. Sheffield. Educ. : Longsight School, near Manchester. Studied at Julian's under Bouguereau and Ferrier. Address : 22 Iverna Gardens, Kensington, W. White Cottage, Walberswick, Suffolk. [Died 28 Sept HORNBY, Rev. James John, D.D., D.C.L. C.V.O Provost of Eton from 1884 Hon. Chaplain to the King chairman of Governing Body of Eton b. Win wick, 18 Dec rd s. of Admiral Sir Phipps Hornby, G.C.B., and Maria, d. of the Rt. Hon. Sir John Burgoyne m. 1869, Augusta Eliza (d. 1891), d. of Rev. J. C. Evans three s. two d. Educ. : Eton Balliol Coll. Oxford. 1st Class Classics and Fellowship at Brasenose Coll. Oxford, Tutor, Principal Bp. Cosin's Hall and Vice-Master Univ. Coll. Durham, Classical Lecturer Brasenose Coll. Oxford, nd Master Winchester Coll Head- Master Eton, Publications : articles in Smith's Dictionary of the Bible. Recreations : rowed in Oxford University Eight, 1849, 1851 played in Eton Eleven (cricket), 1845 in Balliol College Eleven, skating member of Alpine Club. Address : Lodge, Eton College, Windsor Gale Cottage, Under Skiddaw, Keswick. Club: Athenaeum. [Died 2 Nov HORNBY, Yen. William, Archdeacon of Lancaster, b s. of late Rev. Hugh Hornby, St. Michaels-on-Wyre. Educ.: Christ Church, Oxford. Vicar of St. Michaelson-Wyre, Address : St. Michaelson-Wyre, Garstang, North Lancashire. [Died 20 Dec HORNBY, Sir Windham, K.C.B. cr Admiral (retired) b. 23 July 1812 e. s. of Rev. Geoffrey Hornby, rector of Bury, Lancashire, and the Hon. Georgina Byng, d. of Viscount Torrington m. 1st, Augusta (d. 1893), d. of Sir William Call, Bart, of Whiteford, Co. Cornwall, nd, Catherine, widow of Capt. Howard, d. of late Charles Tottenham of Ballycurry, Co. Wicklow. Educ. : Royal Naval College, Portsmouth. Made a Lieut Commander, 1841 Captain, 1846 Rear- Admiral, 1865 Admiral, 1877 was a Prison Commissioner from 1877 to Recreations : shooting, gardening. Address : 6 Roland Houses, South Kensington Southlands, Ryde, Isle of Wight. Clubs : United Service, St. Stephen's, Royal Victoria Yacht. [Died 28 June HORNCASTLE, Walter Radcliffe, Visconde de Beginners First Principles of Religion and Horncastle (Portugal) First Mayor of Morality. Recreation : change of work. Hackney, 1901 Chief Commoner of the Address : Roserie, Shepperton-on- Corporation of the City of London, 1903 Thames. [Died 7 Apr Chevalier of the Legion of Honour Knight HOPTON, Lt.-General Sir Edward, K.C.B., cr. Military Commander of the Servian Order 1900 J.P., D.L., for Co. Hereford Col. of Takowa Commander of the Military Connaught Rangers, retired b. 7 Order of our Lady of the Conception of Feb. 1837, Bishops Frome, Herefordshire Villa Vicosa (Portugal) Grand Officer (Star e. s. of late Rev. W. P. Hopton, Vicar of and Collar) of the Imperial Order of the Bishops Frome m. 1874, Clare, e. d. of Lion and Sun of Persia Knight of the Guy Trafford of Michaelchurch Court, Crown of Italy Member of the Court of Hereford two s. two d. Educ. : Eton. Common Council of the City of London b. Served in 88th Connaught Rangers from London, rd s. of Charles Horncastle 1854 to 1884 commanded 87th Regt. of Mirfield, and Julia Augusta, d. of Captain District from 1885 to 1890 commanded Burge of Upper Clapton m. Henriette, 4th Infantry Brigade, Gibraltar, Lieut- d. of Richard Beckford Govey of Portugal. Governor of Jersey, Decorated Freemason Liveryman of the Broderers', for Crimea, Indian Mutiny, S. Africa, Loriners', and Spectacle-Makers' Companies 1879 Kaffir and Zulu Campaigns. Recreations : Chairman of the City Lands Committee, shooting, riding, etc. Address : 1903 Ex-Chairman of the City of London Homend, Stretton Grandison, Ledbury, Here School for Boys, and also that for Girls fordshire Cagebrook, near Hereford. Club: Chairman Epping Forest Committee, 1905 Naval and Military. [Died 19 Jan a Member of the Royal Commission of the 351

23 HORNE WHO WAS WHO, Paris Exhibition, 1900 Member of the Lord Mayor and Sheriffs Committee, 1900, 1903, 1905 Chairman of the President Loubet Reception Committee, 1903 Chairman Chamberlain Reception Committee, 1903 Chairman Reception Committee, King and Queen of Italy, 1903 Chairman of the Guildhall Club, 1903 Treasurer of the Cordwainer Ward Club Trustee of Cordwainer Schools a Commissioner of the Land Tax a Governor of Christ's Hospital President, Hackney Ratepayers' Association Vice-President, Anglo-Portuguese Chamber of Commerce J.P., County of London. Publications : wrote several works on Joint- Stock Companies. Recreations : lawn tennis, rowing, motoring, and billiards. Address : Taymouth House, N.E. Clubs : City Athenseum, Guildhall. [Died 14 Jan HORNE, Rev. C. Silvester M.P. (L.) Ipswich from 1910 Congregational Minister at Whitefleld's Church, Tottenham Court Road b. Cuckfleld, Sussex, 15 April 1865 y. c. of late Charles Home, M.A., of Newport, Shropshire, editor m. 1892, Katharine Cozens-Hardy, e. d. of Rt. Hon. Master of the Rolls three s. four d. Educ. : Newport Grammar School M.A. of Glasgow University subsequently studied theology at Mansfield College, Oxford. Minister of Kensington Chapel, Chairman of Congregational Union, impenitent Radical, and advocate of modern Puritanism. Publications}: A Modern Heretic, novel Story of the L.M.S. Popular History of the Free Churches Life of David Livingstone and various volumes of sermons. Recreations : golfing, cycling, and agitating. Address : 20 Ampthill Square, N.W. [Died 2 May HORNIMAN, Frederick John M.P. (L.) Falmouth and Penryn from 1895 b. Bridgewater, 8 Oct s. of John and Ann Horniman m. 1st, Rebekah, d. of John Emslie, Dalston, 3 June 1859 one s. one d. 2nd, Minnie Louisa, d. of G. W. Bennet, Charlton, Kent, 30 Jan two d. Educ. : Friends' College, Croydon. Engaged in tea trade, and became chairman of W. H. and J. Horniman and Co. Ltd. for forty years collector of curios natural history, arts, and manufactures throughout the world which are accumulated in the Horniman Free Museum, Forest Hill, open to public travelled throughout Canada, United States, Japan, Ceylon, Burma, and India, and visited China, and wrote notes of his travels. Address : Falmouth House, 20 Hyde Park Terrace W. Clubs : National Liberal, City Liberal. [Died 5 March HORROCKS, Peter, M.D., F.R.C.P., Senior Obstetric Physician, Guy's Hospital Lecturer on Obstetrics and Diseases of Women, Guy's Hospital Medical School Examiner in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Universities of Liverpool and Leeds. Educ. : Owens College, Manchester Guy's Hospital. Address: 42 Brook Street, W. [Died 28 Feb HORSLEY, John Callcott, R.A. painter b. 29 Jan s. of late William Horsley, Mus. Bac. Oxon., and g.-nephew of late Sir Augustus Callcott. R.A elected Treasurer of the R.A exhibited from Address : 1 High Row, Kensington, W. Willesley, Cranbrbok. Club : Athenseum. [Died 19 Oct HORT, Sir Fenton Josiah, 5th Bt. cr J.P. Co. Kildare Colonel late Lieut. -Col. commanding 3rd Batt. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, retired 1892 b S. brother 1887 formerly Ceylon Rifles and 13th Prince Albert's Light Infantry. Heir : c. Arthur Fenton Hort, b Address : Leggs, Co. Fermanagh. [Died 4 Feb MORTON, Rev. Reginald, M.A. Vicar of Dymock, Gloucester Rural Dean of N. Forest, 1892 Surrogate, 1893 Hon. Canon of Gloucester, 1902 b. 10 April 1852 s. of George Horton, M.R.C.S., of Bromsgroye, and Harriet Eliza, d. of George Francis Iddins, J.P. of the Woodrow, Bromsgrove : m. 1st, Florence (d. 1899), d. of Capt. William Mathews, of Crewkerne, Somerset two *. three d. 2nd, Mabel Arbuthnot, d. of Robt. Loraine-Grews, late Capt. King's Dragoon Guards, of Broomfield Hall, Somerset. Educ. : Bromsgrove School Sydney College, Bath Worcester College, Oxford. Assistant Curate of St. Barnabas, Oxford, Recreations : travel, and collecting old English oak, furniture, brass ironwork, etc. Address : St. Mary's Lodge, Southbourne, Hants. [Died 22 March HOSKINS, Sir Anthony Hiley, G.C.B. cr Admiral, retired 1893 b m. Dorothea, d. of Rev. Sir G. S. Robinson, Bt., Educ. : Winchester. Entered navy, 1842 Admiral, 1890 served Kaffir War, China, 1858 Egypt, 1882 Commodore commanding Australian station Admiral Superintendent Naval Reserves, Commander-in-Chief, Mediterranean Station, Lord of Admiralty, , , Address : 17 Montague Square, W. Club : United Service. [Died 21 June HOSKYNS, Rev. Sir John Leigh, 9th Bt. cr Rector of Aston Tyrrold, Berks, from 1845 Rural Dean of Wallingford (retired) Hon. Canon of Christ Church J.P. b. 4 Feb rd *. of 7th Bt. m. 1846, Emma, d. of late Adm. Sir John S. Peyton, K.C.H. five s. two d. Educ. : Rugby, under Dr. Arnold Balliol and Magdalen Colleges, Oxford Fellow of Magdalen College Second Class Literse Humaniores, 1839 Select Preacher at Oxford, Heir : e. s. Col. Chandos Hoskyns, R.E., b Address: Aston Tyrrold Rectory, Wallingford. [Died 7 Dec HOSKYNS, Colonel Sir Chandos, 10th Bt., cr R.E. b. 28 Apr *. of 9th Bt. and Emma, d. of late Admiral Sir John S. Peyton, K.C.H. S. father, 1911 m. Jeanne Bannatyne, d. of late D. Macduff Latham, D.L., of Gourock, Renfrewshire three d. Entered R.E., 1869 Col., 1902 retired, 1905 served in Jowaki Campaign, 1877 (medal and clasp) Afghan War, (despatches, medal with clasp) Zhob Valley Expedition, Heir : b. Leigh Hoskyns. Address : Newplace, Delnes, Nairn, N.B. Club : United Service. [Died 22 July HOSTE, Major-Gen. Dixon Edward, C.B R.A. b Entered army, 1845 Captain, 1854 Major, 1854 Lieut.-Col Col Major-Gen served Crimea, (brevet of Major, medal with 4 clasps, C.B. 5th class Medjidie, Turkish medal). Address : 23 Sussex Square, Brighton. [Died 10 Sept HOSTE, Sir William Henry Charles, 3rd Bt. cr b. 19 Nov o. s. of 2nd Bt. and Caroline, d. of late C. Prideaux Brune, Prideaux Place, Cornwall. S. father 1868 m. Alice, d. of James Healy, Sydney, N.S.W., Educ. : Cheltenham College. Heir : s. William, b Address : 60 Elizabeth Street, Eaton Square, S.W. [Died 11 June HOTHAM, Captain Henry Edward, Captain, Cameronians, Scottish Rifles (retired) e. s. of late Rev. F. H. Hotham b. 1 Aug m Ethel Lindsay, d. of late Collingwood L. Wood of Freeland, Forgandenny, Scotland three s. three d. Educ. : Oxford Sandhurst. Served in 90th Light Infantry in Kaffir Campaign, 1878 and Zulu War

24 ! tion I the I amateur \ Jockey ' Junior Malta, [ and m. I i HOUSSAYE, WHO WAS WHO, HOUSTOUN-BOSWALL 1879 retired Heir-Pres. to the Barony of Hotham. Address : Wycliffe Hall, Barnard Castle, Yorks. Club : Naval and Military. [Died 13 June HOTHAM, Rev. John Hallett, M.A. formerly Vicar of Sutton-at Hone (heir-pres. to 5th B. Hotham) b. 20 Aug nd s. of Hon. Rev. Frederick Hotham unmarried. Educ. : Charterhouse Oxford. Demy of Magdalen Coll. 4th in Mathematics. Address : 20 First Avenue, Brighton. [Died 25 Aug HOTHAM, 5th Baron (cr. 1797), John Hotham, D.L. Bt retired R.N. [Admiral Sir William Hotham, cr. 1st Baron for his services in 1794 against French fleet 2nd Baron was a Baron of Exchequer.] b. 13 May th s. of Hon. Rear-Admiral George Fred. Hotham and Lady Susan Maria O'Bryen, e. d. of 2nd Marquis of Thomond (extinct) S. b : unmarried. Educ. : Tunbridge Wells. Joined Navy, 1851 retired, 1864 served on the Coast of Africa and all through the Crimean War had Crimean, Turkish and Baltic medals, and Sebastopol bar. Owned about 30,000 acres. Possessed the portrait of the famous Mrs. Siddons, the actress, in Fatal Marriage. Heir : cousin Frederick Wm. Hotham, b. March Address : 42 Halfmoon Street, W. Dalton Hall and Scorbro Hall, Beverley. [Died 13 Dec HOUBLON, Col. George Bramston ARCHER-, J.P. b. 26 June 1843 o. s. of late Charles Eyre (formerly Archer-Houblon) and 1st wife, Mary Anne, e. d. of late General Edward William 'Leyborne-Popham, of Littlecote, Wilts m. 1872, Lady Alice Frances, e. d. of 25th Earl of Crawford four s. three d. Educ. : Harrow Christ Church, Oxford. High Sheriff, Essex, 1898 Patron of seven livings Col. late Commanding 3rd Batt. Royal Berkshire Regt. assumed surname of Archer-Houblon by royal license on death of John Archer - Houblon of Hallingbury, Address : 30 Cranley Gardens, S.W. Welford Park, Newbury Hallingbury Place, Bishop's Stortford Culverthorpe Hall, Grantham. Clubs: Travellers', Junior Carlton. [Died 9 Nov HOUGHTON, William Stanley, Dramatist b. Feb o. s. of John Hartley Houghton, Manchester. Educ. : Manchester Grammar School. At first occupied in cotton trade in Manchester assistant dramatic critic and reviewer on Manchester Guardian, Publications : plays, the first produced by Miss Horniman at her Manchester Repertory atre : Dear Departed, 1908 Independent Means, 1909 Younger Generaand Master of the House, 1910 plays in London : Hindle Wakes, 1912 j Fancy Free, 1912 Youmrer Generation, 1912 Phipps, 1912 Pearls, 1912 Trust People, 1913 Dear Departed, 1913 Perfect Cure, Recreations : acting, hockey, lawn tennis. Ad- dress : International Copyright Bureau, Ltd., Dewar House, Haymarket, S.W. Club : Savage. [Died 10 Dec ihoulds WORTH, J. H., Member of the Club. Address : Roselle, Ayr. Club : Carlton. [Died 30 Nov ttoulton, Sir Edward Victor Lewis, G.C.M.G. i cr Chief Secretary to Government of b. 4 Mar y. s. of late Col. Houlton, Farleigh Castle, Somerset, Mary Ellis, Rollestone, Devon widower Hyaeinthe, d. of late Richard Wellesley, M.P. " Educ. : Oriel St. John's Coll. Oxford (M.A.). Private Secretary to late Sir William Molesworth when 1st Commissioner of Works, and afterwards Secretary of State ' for Colonies. Chief Sec. to the Government of Malta, member, Executive Council and Vice-President of the Council K.C.M.G., 1860 Knight of Justice, Order of St. John in Jerusalem in England. Publications : several pamphlets on affairs of Malta. Address : 26 Eccleston Street, S.W. Strada Mezzodi, Valletta. Club : Arthur's. [Died 24 Aug Henry, Historien francais, membre de 1'Acad^mie francaise b. Paris, 24 Feb s. of Arsene Houssaye, le ce"lebre romancier et essayist (d. 1896). La famille Houssaye descend de Claud Houssaye, marquis de Trychateau, intendant des finances sous Louis XIV. Educ. : Lyce"e Napoleon (aujourd'hui Henri IV.) President de la Socie'te' des Gens de Lettres. President de la Societ^ des Etudes grecques. Officier de la Le"gion d'honneur. Grand Croix du Sauveur, de Grece, etc., etc. A debute" a dix-neuf ans par une e*tude sur 1'art grec, Histoire d'apelles. En 1870, il 6tait en Grece, quand e"clata la guerre. II revint, fut nomme" ofncier dans la garde mobile, prit part a plusieurs batailles et fut nomine" chevalier de la Legion d'honneur pour sa vaillante conduite. Apres la guerre, a repris la plume. II a donne" de nombreux articles au Journal des D6bats, a la Revue des Deux Mondes, a la Revue Arche"ologique, etc. Ses principaux livres sont : Histoire d'alcibiade Les Hommes et les Ide'es Athenes, Rome, Paris La Loi agraire a Sparte Aspasie, Cle"opatre, odora Napoldon homme de guerre, enfin 1814 et 1815 (trois volumes avec ces sous-titres : Le retour de 1'lle d'elbe Waterloo La Terreur Blanche). C'est 1814 et 1815 qui ont classe" Henry Houssaye au premier rang des historiens frafljcais contemporains, et 1'ont fait elire a 1'Acad^mie francaise, en 1894, par vingt-huit voix sur trente votants. Chacun de ces volumes s'est vendu a plus de 50,000 exemplaires en France et a e"te" traduit en anglais en allemand, en italien, en espagnol. Recreations : Aime I'escrime, la chasse a courre, le bridge qu'il a appris en Grece il y a yingtcinq ans et qu'il a ele" un des premiers a introduire a Paris. Address 50 avenue Victor Hugo, Paris. Club : Cercle militaire (comme ancien officier). [Died 23 Sept HOUSTON, Arthur, LL.D., K.C. J.P. b. 10 Aug y. s. of Timothy Turner,Houston, of Dublin, merchant m. Mary, y. d. of Henry Banks, M.D. five s. four d. Educ. : Dr. Walls' School, Dublin D. Starkpoole's School, Kingstown Trinity College, Dublin Senior Moderator in History, Political Economy, Law, and English Literature. Whateley Professor of Political Economy in the University of Dublin, called to Irish Bar, 1862 Q.C called to English Bar, Publications : Emancipation of Women from Industrial Disabilities, 1862 Principles of Value in Exchange (n.d.) a treatise on Representation of the People (Ireland) Act, Manual of Hindu and Muhammadan Law, 1863 O'Connell, his Early Life and Journal, Address : 7 Vicarage Gate, W. 8 New Court, Lincoln's Inn, W.C. [Die I 11 March HOUSTOUN-BOSWALL, Sir George Lauderdalj, 3rd Bt. cr Convener and Deputy-Lieutenant of county of Berwick Chairman of County Council and Road Board of Berwickshire b. 11 Dec m. 1877, Phoebe (d. 1904), d. of Sir Hugh Allan two s. one d. S. father, Educ. : Eton Germany. Served ten years in the Grenadier Guards retired as captain, Owned about 5400 acres. Recreations : golf, shooting, fishing, etc. Heir : s. George R., b. 1877, Lieut. Grenadier Guards. Address : IJlackadder, Edrom, Berwickshire. Clubs : 353

25 HOVELL WHO WAS WHO, Carlton, Junior Carlton, Travellers', New, Edinburgh. [Died 8 Feb HOVELL, Very Rev. De Berdt, Dean of Waiapu, New Zealand, from 1889 Vicar of the Cathedral Parish of St. John the Evangelist. Napier, from 1878 Chaplain to the N.Z. Forces from 1878, V.D. Past Grand Chaplain of the Grand Lodge of Freemasons of New Zealand b. 21 April 1850 e. s. of late Charles Henry John Hovell, Brigade- Surgeon-Lieut.-Colonel a scion of an ancient Suffolk family m. Emily, y. d. of late George Fitch of Woodstock, Canterbury, N.Z. Educ. : the King's School, Rochester St. Boniface College, Warminster St Augustine's College, Canterbury. Ordained Deacon, 1873 Priest, 1875 stationed at Kolapore, Bombay, East Indies, Christchurch, N.Z., Incumbent of Prebbleton, Templeton, and Halswell, N.Z., originated the scheme for the erection of the Cathedral (the easternmost in the British Empire) at Napier, and was chiefly instrumental in carrying out the work by numerous public utterances assisted to foster that Imperialistic loyal spirit and love for the motherland which are such prominent characteristics of the people of New Zealand. Publications : some time editor of the Church Herald. Recreations: bicycling and antiquarian pursuits formerly cricket, football, and swimming. Address : Deanery, Napier, New Zealand. [Died 4 Sept HOW, Rt. Rev. William Walsham, D.D., Bishop of Wakefleld from 1888 b. Shrewsbury, *. of William Wybergh How and Frances, d. of Thomas Maynard m. Frances, d. of Rev. Henry Douglas, Canon of Durham, 1849 (d. 1887). Educ. : Shrewsbury: Wadham College, Oxford. B.A., 3rd class Lit. Hum ordained Curate, St. George's, Kidderminster, 1846 Holy Cross, Shrewsbury, 1848 Rector of Whittington, Diocesan Inspector of Schools, Prebendary of Brondesbury, St. Paul's Cathedral Rector St. Andrew's, Undershaft Bishop Suffragan of Bedford, Publications : Plain Words Pastor in Parochia Practical Sermons Sermons of Good Cheer Children's Daily Family Prayers for Churchmen Sermons Lent Sermons on Psalm li. Cambridge Pastoral Lectures Revision of the Rubrics Poems Hymns Notes on the Church Service Commentary on the Four Gospels Holy Communion Knowledge of God, and other Sermons. Address : Bishopgarth, Wakefield. [Died 10 Aug HOWARD, Bronson, dramatist b. Detroit, Michigan, U.S.A., 7 Oct of Charles Howard, merchant and shipowner, Mayor of Detroit, Educ. : New Haven, Connecticut, U.S.A. Collegiate and Commercial Institute. Journalist in New York : Evening Mail, Tribune, and Evening Post, retired, 1872 from that time dramatic writer only never had any relations with book or magazine publishers only publishing-house the theatre. Plays : all originally produced in New York Saratoga, 1870 (as Brighton, London, 1874 Berlin, 1875) Diamonds, 1872 Moorcroft, 1874 Banker's Daughter, 1878 (as Old Love and the New, London, 1879) Hurricanes, 1878 (as Truth, London, 1879) Old Love Letters, 1878 Wives (from Moliere), 1879 Young Mrs. Winthrop, 1882 (London, 1885) One of Our Girls, 1885 Met by Chance, 1887 Henrietta, 1887 (London, 1890) Shenandoah, 1889 Aristocracy, 1892 Peter Stuyvesant (in collaboration with Prof. Brander Matthews), Recreation: cycling. Clubs : Savage, Green Room American Dramatist's, Author's, Players, New York Prismatic, Detroit. [Died 4 Aug HOWARD, Sir Charles Kt.. cr KGB cr C.B., 1894 JiP.. of late A. Howard m. Emily, d. of late Charles Montgomery, Whim, Peeblesshire. Educ. : privately. Served with Rattray'g Sikhs, Indian Mutiny Military and Civil Police, - Bengal thanks of Government, 1858, attacking and defeating body of rebels, and in connection with the arrest and conviction of Moulvee Ahmedorllah, Chief of the Wahabee sect, sentenced to death for levying war against the Queen Chief of Police, Patna and Monghyr Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis, Recreations : shooting, hunting, yachting. Address : 27 Devonshire Place, W. Great Chattenden, Strood. Club : Arthur's. [Died 11 June HOWARD, Sir Frederick, Kt., cr D.L., J.P., Bedford and Bedfordshire b. Bedford, 1827 y. s. of late John Howard Caldwell House, Bedford m. 1851, Elizabeth (cl. 1901), d. of Thomas Street of Harrowden. Educ. : Harpur Schools, Bedford. Succeeded father -in business, 1851 and in partnership with his brother, late James Howard, M.P., built Britannia Iron Works at Bedford, Address: Abbey Close, Bedford. [Died Jan HOWARD, Henry Charles, J.P., D.L., M.F.H. b. 17 Sept m. 1878, Lady Mabel Harriet Macdonnell, 2nd d. of 5th Earl of Antrim one *. one d. Educ. : Harrow Trinity College, Cambridge. High Sheriff of Cumberland, 1879 M.P. Mid-Cumberland, Chairman Cumberland County Council. Address : Greystoke Castle, Penrith. Clubs : Travellers', Brooks's. [Died 4 Aug HOWARD, Sir Henry Francis, G.C.B. cr b nd s. of late Henry Howard, Corby Castle, and his 2nd wife, Catharine, d. of Sir Richard Neave, 1st Bt. m. 1st, Sevilla, 4th d. of 2nd Lord Erskine, 1830 (d. 1835) 2nd, Maria Ernestine, Baroness von der Schulenburg, 1841 (d. Dec. 1897). Entered Diplomatic Service, 1828 Secretary of Legation at the Hague, 1845 Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary to Brazil, 1853 Portugal, 1855 Hanover, 1859 Minister at Brunswick and Oldenburg, 1859 Minister Plenipotentiary at Munich retired, Club : Travellers'. [Died 28 Jan HOWARD, John, D.L., J.P. Kent Major E. East Kent Yeomanry (retired) m. 1896, Hon. Emily Violet, d. of 3rd Viscount St. Vincent and widow of W. Hargrave Pawson of Shawdon, Northumberland : one s. M.P. (C.) Faversham Division of Kent, Address : Sibton Park, Lyminge, Kent. Clubs : Carlton, Cavalry. [Died 5 Sept in the HOWARD, Hon. Oliver, F.S.A., F.G.S. Colonial Service employed in Colonial Office from nd surv. s. of 9th Earl of Carlisle b m. 1900, Muriel Stephenson one s. one d. Attache", British Legation, Tangier, Priv. Sec. Rt. Hon. J. Chamberlain, nd Class Resident, N. Nigeria, Address : 36 Draycott Place, S.W. Clubs : Brooks's, Travellers'. [Died 20 Sept HOWARD, Sir Richard Nicholas, Kt., cr J.P. solicitor Town Clerk of Weymouth. from 1894 Coroner b of Nicholas Howard. Weymouth, and Anne, d. of late William Sanders, Shaldon, Devon. Educ. : Liverpool College private seminaries. Admitted, 1855 Mayor, 1869, 1880, 1881, 1882, 1883, 1885, Recreation : yachting. Address : Greenhill House, Weymouth. Clubs : Royal Thames Yacht, National Liberal. [Died 20 Nov

26 HOWARD, Lieut.-Col. Samuel Lloyd, C.B., D.L. J.P. for Essex and Dorset Long Service Vol. decoration b. 13 Dec. 1827, Tottenham. Middlesex s. of Robert Howard m. 1st, Caroline, d. of Richard Ball of Clifton 2nd, Emily, relict of Thos. Keddy Fletcher. Educ. : privately University Col. For WHO WAS WHO, many yeais connected with the firm of Howard and Sons, quinine makers travelled through North and South America, India, Africa, and most parts of Europe commanded the 1st Essex Arly. Vol. E.D.R.A. for nearly 30 years. Recreations : hunting, shooting. Address : Goldings, Loughton, Essex. Clubs : Carlton, City Carlton. [Died 3 Feb HOWARD of GIossop, Winifred, Lady 3rd d. of A. L. M. P. De Lisle of Garendon Park, Leicester, and widow of 1st B. Howard of GIossop (d. 1883), 2nd s. of 13th Duke of Norfolk. Publications : Journal of a Tour in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Address : 31 St. James's Square, S.W. [Died 5 Dec HOWARD de Walden, 7th Baron (or. 1597), Frederick George Ellis, Baron Seaford, 1826 Major 4th Dragoon Guards retired 1870 [1st Baron and 1st Earl of Suffolk was a Commissioner Earl-Marshal of England, and took a leading part in discovering the Gunpowder Plot 4th Baron was a distinguished soldier (d. 1797) 6th Baron was a distinguished diplomatist] b. London, 9 Aug s. of 6th Baron and 4th d. of 4th Duke of Portland S. father 1868 m. Blanche, e. d. of William Holden, Palace House, Lancashire, 1876 (separation 1893). Educ. : Trin. Coll. Camb. (B.A.). Attache" at Brussels, entered Army, 1855 Maj. 4th Dragoon Guards, Heir : s. Thomas, b Clubs : Carlton, Junior United Service, Arthur's. [Died 3 Nov HOWARD-VYSE, Lt.-Gen. Edward retired list J.P. County of Essex Hon. Col. 3rd Hussars b. 15 Oct th s. of late Maj. -Gen. Howard-Vyse of Stoke Place, near Slough m. 1867, Mary, d. of Robinson Norcliffe of Langton Hall, Mai ton, Yorks. Educ. : Eton Oxford. Joined the 3rd Light Dragoons (now 3rd Hussars), 1849 commanded them, commanding in Scinde, retired as Lieut.-Gen., Address : Witham, Essex. Club : Army and Navy. [Died 26 Jan HOWE, Mrs. Julia Ward, widow of Dr. Samuel G. Howe, the philanthropist student, lecturer, and writer b. New York city, 27 May 1819 father, g. s. of Colonial Governor of Rhode Island, s. of Lt.-Col. Samuel Ward mother, of Huguenot and Dutch descent, g. niece of Gen. Francis Marion of South Carolina one s. three d. Educ. : Private schools in New York city. Was active in the advocacy of negro emancipation, of collegiate education for women, and of women suffrage had much to do with the formation of women's clubs throughout the United States president of several influential associations hon. vice-president of General Federation of Women's Clubs a delegate to Prison Congress of London, 1874 also to a Peace Congress held in Paris the same year LL.D., Tufts Cpllege Litt. Doc. Brown Univ. Publications : Passion Flowers Words for the Hour (poems) the World's Own (drama) Trip to Cuba From the Oak to the Olive (travels) Life of Margaret Fuller Later Lyrics Volume of Essays Memoir of Dr. Samuel G. Howe From Sunset Ridge (poems) Reminiscences, published in Atlantic Monthly Magazine (also in book form) composed the Battle Hymn of the Republic during the Civil War, sung by the armies during that and the war with HOWES Spain also a Te Deum in commemoration of the deliverance of the foreigners detained in the several legations, Pekin, Recreations : much reading, reasonable society, music, club meetings. Address : 241 Beacon Street, Boston, Mass. Clubs : New England Women's, Authors', Boston Town and Country, Newport, R.I. [Died 16 Oct HOWE, 3rd Earl (cr. 1821), Richard William Penn Curzon-Howe, C.B. G.C.V.O Baron Howe, 1788 B. Curzon, 1794 V. Curzon, 1802 Lord-Lieutenant of Leicestershire from 1888 Col. 2nd Life Guards. [3rd Viscount Howe (Ireland) was a brig.- gen. in the first American War, and fell at Ticonderoga, th Viscount was the celebrated admiral, and became 1st Earl (ext.) his brother Sir William became 5th and had Viscount, and was a general officer, the chief command during the American War of Independence, and his grandson became 1st Earl, 1821.] Feb of 1st Earl and his 1st wife Harriet, 2nd d. of 6th Earl of Cardigan S. b m. Isabella, e. d. of Hon. George Anson, Entered Army, 1838 General, 1880 retired, 1881 served Kaffir War, 1852 Military Secretary to Commander-in-Chief, India, 1854 A.D.C. to Sir George Cathcart at siege of Delhi, 1857 Maj. Grenadier Guards, Col. 94th Regt Leicestershire Regt Owned about 33,700 acres. Heir: s. Viscount Curzon. Address : 21 Curzon Street, W. Gopsall, Atherstone, Leicester Penn House, Amersham, Bucks. Clubs : Army and Navy, Turf, White's. [Died 25 Sept HOWELL, Very Rev. David, B.D. Dean of St. David's from 1897 b *. of John Howell, Pen Coed. Vicar of St. John, Cardiff, Vicar of Wrexham, Vicar of Gresford, Archdeacon of Wrexham, Canon of St. Asaph, 1885 Welsh scholar and bard (bardic name, Llawdden). Address : Deanery, St. David's. [Died 15 Jan HOWELL, Sir Walter J., K.C.B. cr C.B Marine Secretary to the Board of Trade from 1899 e. surv. s. of late V. F. Howell, Park Street, Grosvenor Square unmarried. Educ. : Loughborough King's College, London France. A.K.C. (Lond.), Barrister at Law (Inner Temple), called, Is a Knight Commander of the Royal Norwegian Order of St. Olaf. Entered Board of Trade after open competitive exam., 1873 was Private Sec. to Sir Henry Calcraft when Sec. to the Board of Trade, and to Sir Michael Hicks-Beach (Viscount St. Aldwyn) when President. Recreations : yachting, rowing, sketching. Address : (private) Redlynch, Streatham Common (office) 7 Whitehall Gardens, S.W. Clubs : Junior Athenaeum, Constitutional. [Died 29 Jan HOWES, Lieut.-Gen. Albert Joseph, Madras Infantry b. 2 Feb Entered Army, 1857 Lieut.-Gen retired list, 1894 served Indian Mutiny, (medal with clasp). [Died 23 July HOWES, George Bond, D.Sc. Viet. LL.D. St. Andrews F.R.S. Prof, of Zoology Royal Coll. of Science, London, from 1895 (succeeding Prof. Huxley) corresponding member N. York Acad. of Science Hon. Member Yorkshire Philosophic Society, Essex Field Club, Nottingham Nat. Society, New Zealand Institute, and R. Society, Victoria b. London, 7 Sept e. s. of late Thomas Johnson Howes, g. s. of late Capt. George Augustus Bond of H.E.I.C.'s service. Educ. : private school. Entered service of the Science and Art Department, 1874, Biological division of Royal School of 355

27 HOWITT WHO WAS WHO, Mines, for the purpose of assisting the late Professor Huxley in the early development of his practical method of laboratory instruction in biology Demonstrator in Biology in Normal School of Science and Royal School of Mines, 1881 Assistant Professor, 1885 formerly Lecturer on Comparative Anatomy to St. George's Hospital Medical School a Vice-President and Member of Council, Zoological Society Hon. Zoological Secretary Linnean Society of London Hon. Treasurer Anatomical Society ex-president of Malacological Society of London President of Sect. D. British Association, 1902 Examiner in Zoology, Universities of London and of Wales Examiner in Honours School of Animal Morphology, University of Oxford, in Zoology and Comparative Anatomy to the Victorian University and to the University of New Zealand, and Assistant Examiner in Elementary Physiology, Biology, and Zoology to the Science and Art Department. Publications : Atlas of Practical Elementary Biology, now revised as Atlas of Elementary Zootomy and numerous Zoological papers dealing chiefly with Vertebrate Morphology. Recreations : cycling and walking. Address : Ingledene, Barrowgate Road, Chiswick. Club : Savile. [Died 4 Feb HOWITT, Alfred William, C.M.G Doctor of Science Fellow Geological Society of London Hon. Fellow Anthrop. Inst., Great Britain and Ireland Hon. Member Australasian Institute of Mining Engineers Clarke medallist Von Mueller medallist retired from office of Commissioner of Audit in the State of Victoria b s. of the authors William and Mary Howitt m. Maria, d. of late Mr. Justice Boothby of the Supreme Court of South Australia. Educ. : private tuition in Germany and England University College, London. Leader of the Victorian Search Party for the Burke and Wells Expedition Police Magistrate and Warden of the Goldfields, Victoria Secretary for Mines Commissioner of Audit and Member of the Public Service Board of Victoria. Publications : Kamilaroi and Kurnai the Native Tribes of South-East Australia papers in the Journal of the Geological Society, the Transactions of the Royal Society of Victoria, the Proceedings of the Australasian Association for the Advancement of Science. Address : Metung, Victoria. [Died 8 March ROWLAND, Oliver Aiken, K.C. C.M.G Mayor of Toronto b. Lambton, near Toronto, 18 April 1847 s. of Hon. Sir William Pearce Howland. Educ. : Upper Canada College Toronto Model Grammar School, and Toronto University. Churchwarden of St. James' Cathedral, M.P.P. for South Toronto, President International Deep Waterways Association, Toronto, 1894 re-elected at Cleveland, 1895 Canadian Chairman International Deep Waterways Commission, 1896 Vice- President Canadian Bar Association, 1896 elected Mayor of Toronto, 1901 re-elected 1902 Founder Union of Canadian Municipalities and elected 1st President, Toronto, 1901 re-elected at Montreal, Address : 55 Isabella Street, Toronto. [Died Jan HOWLAND, Hon. Sir William Pierce, K.C.M.G., cr C.B., 1867 b. Paulings, N.Y., 29 May 1811 m. 1st, 1843, Mrs. Webb (d. 1849) 2nd, 1866, Susannah Julia (d. 1886), widow of Capt. Hunt 3rd, 1895, Elizabeth Mary Rattray, widow of James Bethune, Q.C. Educ. : Kinderhook Academy. Went to Canada, 1830 M.P. West York, iuance Minister, , Re- 356 ceiver-gen. of Canada, Lieut. - Governor of Ontario, at one time President of the Ontario Bank, the Toronto Board of Trade, the Gold and Silver Mines Developing Co., the London and Canada Loan and Agency Co., the Confederation Life Assurance Co. Liberal Church of England. Address : 125 Bedford Road, Toronto, Canada. [Died 1 Jan HOWLEY, Major Jasper Josaph, D.S.O Lincolnshire Regt. b. 5 Aug s. of late Col. John Howley, D.L., of Rich Hill, Lisnagry, Co. Limerick. Educ. : Oscott Entered army, 1888 Captain, 1897 Major, 1906 served South Africa (severely wounded despatches twice, Queen's medal, 3 clasps D.S.O.). Club : Junior United Service. [Died 15 March HOWLEY, Most Rev. Michael Francis, D.D., R.C. Archbishop of St. John's, Newfoundland, from 1904 b. St. John's, Newfoundland, 25 Sept s. of Richard Howley of Glangoole, Co. Tipperary later merchant, St. John's. Educ. : St. Bonaventure's College, St. John's College of Propaganda, Rome. Ordained 1868 sent to Scotland as Secretary to Archbishop Eyre, Glasgow, 1869 came to St. John's with Bishop Power, 1870 Prefect Apostolic, St. George's, W. Newfoundland, 1885 Vicar Apostolic, Bishop of Amastris (titular), 1892 Bishop of St. John's, 1894 Archbishop and Metropolitan, Publications : Ecclesiastical History of Newfoundland Volume of Poems Various Historical Essays, published in Transactions Canadian Royal Society and elsewhere. Address : Palace, St. John's Newfoundland. [D-led 15 Oct HOWSE, Sir Henry Greenway, Kt. cr M.S. Lond. D.Sc. Viet, causa honoris F.R.C.S., President of Royal College of Surgeons (retired) Consulting Surgeon to Guy's Hospital, and to the Evelina Hospital for Sick Children b. Lyncombe Hall, Lyncombe Vale, Bath, 21 Dec nd s. of Henry Edward and Isabella W. Howse m. 1881, Alice Elinor Marshall, 3rd d. of Rev. Thos. L. Marshall one *. two d. Educ. : Univ. Coll. School Guy's Hospital. M.R.C.S 1865 F.R.C.S M.S. London, 1868 University Surgical Scholar, appointed Asist.-Surgeon, Guy's Hospital, 1870, and Surgeon, 1875 Lecturer on Anatomy (Guy's) 1871, and on Surgery, 1888 elected to Council R.C.S re-elected, 1897 President, Member of Senate of Reconstituted University of London, Publications : various scientific and professional papers in medical and scientific journals, Guy's Hospital Reports, etc. Address : Tower House, Cudham, Kent. [Died 16 Sept HOWSON, Hon. Commander John, C.B R.N.R. b Address : 6 Lawrence Road, S. Norwood, S.E. [Died 6 Jan HOWTH, 4th Earl of (cr. 1767), William Ulick Tristram St. Lawrence, K.P., D.L. Baron Howth (U.K.) 1881 Capt. 7th Hussars retired [1st Baron Sir Armoricus Tristram landed at Howth, 1177, and defeated the Irish at Ivora then with Sir John de Courcy subdued Ulster his sword still remains at Howth Castle. 15th Baron m. Joan, 2nd d. of the Duke of Somerset, and thus his descendants are related to Edward III. 16th Baron was of service to Henry VII. at the time of Simnel's rebellion fought at Knocktough, 1504 and became Lord Chancellor of Ireland, 1509.] b. 25 June, 1827 e. s. of 3rd Earl and his 1st wife, Emily, 2nd d. of 13th Earl of Clanricarde S. father Educ. : Eton. State Steward to Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, and M.P. (L.) borough of Galway, Owned about 9500 acres.

28 WHO WAS WHO, HUDSON Heir : none. Address : 54 Jermyn Street, S.W. Howth Castle, Co. Dublin. Clubs : Travellers', Wellington Kildare Street, Dublin. [Died 9 March HOZIER, Col. Sir Henry Montague, K.C.B. cr Secretary of Lloyd's (retired) and Col. com. Royal Arsenal Artillery Volunteers (retired) 3rd s. of James C. Hozier of Newlands and Mauldslie Castle, Lanarkshire Educ. : Rugby R.M.A. Woolwich. Edinburgh Academy Passed first into and oin of Staff College. Lieutenant R.A. Lieu tenant 2nd Life Guards Assistant Militarj Secretary to Lord Napier of Magdala in Abyssinian Expedition served with R.A in Expedition to Pekin with German Armj in War of 1866 Assistant Military Attache" ir War Captain, Lieut.-Col., and Col 3rd Dn. Guards. Decorated : received th< Iron Cross from German Emperor in War of C.B Publications Seven Weeks' War History of British Ex pedition to Abyssinia. Recreations : yacht ing, shooting, hunting. Address : Stonehouse, Lanarkshire, N.B. 26A North Audley Street. Clubs : Turf, Junior United Service, City, Beefsteak New, Edinburgh Western, Glasgow Royal Northern, Roya Clyde, and Temple Yacht. HUBBARD, Elbert [Died 28 Feb. 1907, editor, Fra and Philistine Magazine President of the corporation known as Roycrofters b. Bloomington 111., U.S., 19 June 1859 father a farmer and country doctor. Educ. : the University ol Hard Knocks. Hon. degree of M.A. iron: Tufts College, and LL.D. from the Auditorium Annex, Chicago school-teacher, printer, editor, and lecturer met William Morris in London, 1890, and went home and started the Roycroft Press at East Aurora N.Y., on similar lines as the Kelmscott the Roycrofters Corporation has grown out of this venture a semi-communal institution giving work to 800 people. Publications : One Day No Enemy but Himself Little Journeys, 25 vols. Time and Chance Life of John Brown Old John Burroughs A Message to Garcia, etc. and about ten thousand magazine articles. Recreations : horseback riding, swimming, rowing, and care of flowers and garden. Address : East Aurora, New York. [Died 7 May HUBBARD, Miss Louisa M. b. Russia, 1836 d. of late William Egerton Hubbard, Leonardslee, Horsham, Sussex. Between 1864 and 1874 she took an active part in putting the Deaconess movement on a firmer footing in London, holding a series of " fifty assistance " meetings," which anticipated the " drawing-room meetings of to-day. About 1870 was much struck by the position of impoverished self-dependent ladies, and set herself to overcome their old-fashioned prejudice?, and alike to impress them with the dignity of labour, and to show them the various ways in which they could obtain remunerative employment. In first instance began active efforts to induce gentlewomen to accept positions of teachers -in elementary schools, and brought about opening of Otter College, Chichester, as a training school for ladies as elmentary teachers. In 1874 wrote a series of articles in Labour News on employment for all classes of women. se were reprinted in 1875 as a Handbook for Women's Work, which developed, in 1880, into Englishwoman's Year Book, edited by L.M.H., and in this form was issued annually by Miss Hubbard till In 1875 brought out the Woman's Gazette, which was continued as work and leisure to the end of 1893 many women's movements or societies of to-day either originated m or were more or less promoted by these publications, among them being the United British Women's Emigration Association, the Midwives' Institute, and the National Union of Women Workers. After breakdown of health in 1894 she resided principally on the Continent. Address : H6tel Austria, Gries bei Bozen, Siid Tirol, Austria. [Died 25 Nov HUDDLESTON, Lady Diana De Vere o. d. of 9th Duke of St. Albans, and second wife, Elizabeth Katharine, d. of General Joseph Gubbins m. 1872, the late Sir John Walter Huddleston, of Grange, Ascot, the last created Baron of the Exchequer, and a Judge of the High Court of Justice, Address : Grange, Ascot Heath, Berks 43 Ennismore Gardens, S.W. [Died 1 Apr HUDLESTON, Wilfred H., F.R.S., J.P. b. York, 2 June 1828 e. s. of late John Hudleston. Educ. : York Uppingham St. John's Coll. Camb. (M.A.). Travelled as an ornithologist, chiefly in Scandinavia (including Lapland), Greece, Turkey, and Algeria, subsequently became interested in geology Secretary Geological Society, President, Wollaston medallist President of the Geological section of the British Association, Bristol, Publications : numerous papers. Recreations : sportsman, angler. Address : 8 Stanhope Gardens, S.W., West Holme, Wareham. Clubs : Athenaeum, Oxford and Cambridge. [Died 29 Jan HUDSON, Charles Thomas, LL.D., F.R.S. b. Brompton, 11 March 1828 m. 1st, Mary Ann, d. of W. B. Tibbits of Braunston, Northamptonshire, nd, Louisa M. F., d. of Freelove Hammond, barrister, Inner Temple, Educ. : Grange, Sunderland St. John's Coll. Camb. (15th Wrangler). Headmaster Bristol Grammar School, Manilla Hall, Clifton, Publication : Rotifera, or Wheel- Animalcules, Address : Hillside, Clarence Road, Shanklin, Isle of Wight. [Died 24 Oct HUDSON, George Bickersteth, J.P., D.L. b. 16 Mar s. of late Rev. T. D. Hudson, Frogmore Hall m. 1885, Lucy, e. d. of late George Ley, Cobourg, Ontario. Educ. : Rugby Exeter Coll. Oxford (M.A.). Barr. Inner Temple, 1872 travelled in America, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and India M.P. (C.) Hitchin Div. Herts, Address : 34 Gordon Road, Baling, W. Frogmore, Herts. Clubs : Carlton, New University. [Died 29 Feb HUDSON, Sir William Brereton, K.C.I.E. cr Lieut.-Col. Com. Behar Light Horse (retired) b m. Alice, d. of James Lamb, Member of Indian Public Service Commission, Address : Seraha House, Champarun, Bengal Belmont House, Mullingar, Ireland. [Died 31 Oct HUDSON, William Henry Hoar, M.A., LL.M. Professor of Mathematics in King's Coll , and Queen's Coll. London, b. London, 11 Dec m. Mary Watson, d. of late Robert Turnbull, Hackness, Yorks, 1875 (d. 1882) three d. Educ. : Kinc's Coll. London St. John's Coll. Camb. B.A. 3rd Wrangler, 1861 Fellow, Mathematical Lecturer, St. Cath. Coll. Camb and , St. John's Coll. Camb Fellow King's Coll. London, 1873 Hon. Fellow Queen's College, London, 1909 member council Newnham Coll. member of Senate, London University, member council Lond. Math. Soc Publications : Notes on Dynamics, 1884 Barnard Smith and Hudson's Arithmetic, 1892 on the teaching of Mathematics, 1893, 1903' of elementary 357

29 HUGGJNS WHO WAS WHO, Algebra, 1886 of Geometry, Recreations : formerly rowing, football, bicycling now bowls, chess. Address : 34 Birdhurst Road, Croydon. Clubs : Savile, City Liberal. [Died 21 Sept HUGGINS, Lady, Margaret Lindsay, Hon. Mem. R.A.S. assisted Sir William Huggins in his scientific work b. Dublin, 1849 d. of John Murray, solicitor m. 1875, late Sir W. Huggins, K.C.B., O.M., F.R.S. (d. 1910). Educ. : home private school Brighton. Much interested in science, especially in astronomy even as a child she worked, systematically making herself familiar with the constellations, observing sun-spots and making drawings of them with a small terrestrial telescope, and studying the books of Sir J. Herschel, Dick, and Lardner she also worked experimentally at elementary physics and chemistry, and gained some practical knowledge of photography. On her marriage, she threw herself enthusiastically into her husband's work, and was his sole assistant in observatory and laboratory. Deeply interested in art, music, and archaeology, Lady Huggins did a good deal of work in astronomical archaeology, and in the archaeology and history of music and of art. She always felt great interest in education, in her earlier life being an earnest Sunday-school teacher, while later she served for some years as one of the managers of a group of Board schools. Publications : Joint author with Sir W. Huggins in many scientific papers, and in an Atlas of Representative Stellar Spectra author of Monograph on the Astrolabe (Astronomy and Astrophysics). Articles in Ency. Brit, (llth edition) papers in astronomical and archaeological journals Life and work of Gio. Paolo Maggini Lives of Agues and Ellen Clerke Appreciations, contributed to Life and Letters of H. E. Pipe and to Life of Anna Swanwick. Recreations : music, landscape painting, wood-carving, botany, gardening, archaeology, geology. Address : 8 More's Garden, Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, S.W. Club : Royal Institution. [Died 24 March HUGGINS, Sir Wm., K.C.B., cr O.M F.R.S., D.C.L., LL.D., Ph.D., D.Sc. Ph. Nat. D. astronomer, directing his own Observatory and Laboratory b. London, 1824 m. Margaret, d. of John Murray, Dublin, Educ. : City of London School private teachers. Built private observatory at Tulse Hill, 1856, and devoted himself to development of Spectroscope Astronomy Rede Lecturer, 1869 President Royal Astronomical Society, President British Association for Advancement of Science, 1891 President Royal Society, received a Royal medal, the Rumford and the Copley medals from Royal Society two medals from Royal Astronomical Society received several prizes from the Academic de France Wilde medal, Draper medal, Astr. Soc. Pacific medal, was a Com. of the Brazil. Order of the Rose. Publications : Many original papers in the transactions of scientific societies in 1900 (with Lady Huggins), An Atlas of Representative Stellar Spectra in 1906, Royal Society, or Science in the State, etc. Recreations : collection of antique works of art, music, botany, fishing. Address : 90 Upper Tulse Hill, S.W. Club : Athenaeum. [Died 10 May HUGHES, Sir Alfred, 9th Bt. cr J.P. country gentleman b. Suffolk, 3 Jan s. of 8th Bt. and Elizabeth, d. and co-heiress of Robert Butcher, Grove, Bungay, Suffolk m. Maria, e. d. of late Col. John Smith, Ellingham Hall, Bungay, Suffolk Educ. : in Germany for the Army 358 Served in 33rd Regt. till his marriage, liecreations : yachting, hunting, shooting, fishing, farming. Heir : s. Alfred Collingwood Address : East Bergholt Lodge, Suffolk. [Died I Apr HUGHES, Arthur John, C.I.E. 1892, M.Inst. C.E. on the Indian Pensioned Establishment b s. of late John D'Urban Hughes, M.I.C.E. m. 1875, Josephine Maud, d. of James Combs of Devonport. Educ. : King's College privately. Was appointed to the Department of Public W T orks, India, 1862 retired 1896 served in the Irrigation Department in Bengal and the N.W. Provinces was Sanitary Engineer to the Govt. N.W. Provinces also acted as Sec. to the Chief Commissioner, Central Provinces, in the P.W.D. as P.W. Secretary in the Central India and Rajputana agencies was also City Engineer for Calcutta. Decorated for the construction of important sanitary works in the cities of the N.W. Provinces. Club: Oriental. [Died 9 March HUGHES, Professor David Edward, F.R.S. b. London, 16 May Educ. : Bardstown College, Kentucky. Inventor of the Hughes Printing Telegraph Instrument in use on all important lines of Continent of Europe, and all submarine lines between England and Continent discoverer of microphone, universally used as transmitter to telephone inventor of the Induction Balance, and author of numerous papers upon Electricity and Magnetism to the Royal and other Societies, for which he received the gold medal (Grand Prix), Paris Exhibition, 1867 Royal Society gold medal, 1885 Albert medal, Society of Arts, 1896, etc. Recreations : music harp, piano, and violin. Address : 40 Langham Street, W. Club : Philosophical. [Died 22 Jan HUGHES, Rev. Edward Canon Residentiary of Bangor, Educ. : University of London. Curate of Penyvroes, Llanllyfin, Llanfairfechan, Rector of Llanaber, Address : Arfryn, Upper Bangor. HUGHES, Edward R., [Died 16 Dec R.W.S. sometime Vice-President of the Royal Society of Painters in Water Colours. Address : 8 Edith Villas, West Kensington, W. [Died 15 May HUGHES, Col. Sir Edwin, Kt. cr V.D. Hon. Col. 2nd Kent (Plumstead) Artillery b. Droitwich, 27 May 1832 m. Mary Adele Elliott. Educ. : King Edward VI.'s School, Birmingham. Solicitor formerly election and registration agent director of property, brick, and other companies formerly member of London School Board Metropolitan Board of Works London County Council was senior M.P. for Metropolitan Boroughs M.P. (C.) Woolwich, st Mayor of Woolwich, Recreations : rifle, carbine, and gun competitions, Wimbledon and Shoeburyness music, chess, travelling, archaeological and antiquarian societies. Address : Oaklands, Plumstead Common, Woolwich. Club : Carlton. [Died 15 Sept HUGHES, Rev. Hugh Price, M.A. President Wesleyan Conference, Editor of Methodist Times b. Caermarthen, 1847 s. of John Hughes, surgeon. Educ. : Univ. Coll. London Wesleyan ological Coll. Richmond. First appointment to Dover, 1869 followed by appointments at Brighton Stoke-Newiugton Mostyn Road, London Oxford Brixton Hill VVest London Mission. Vice-President of United Kingdom Alliance and of the Peace Society took much interest in the Social Purity Movement, Anti-Gambling League, ana Education Past President of National

30 WHO WAS WHO, HULMH Council of Evangelical Free Churches. Publications : Social Christianity Ethical Christianity Essential Christianity Atheist Shoemaker Plilanthropy of God Morning Lands of History. Address: 8 Tavitoii Street, Gordon Square, W.C. Ty Bryn, Haslemere. [Died 17 Nov HUGHES, Hugh Robert, Lord-Lieutenant of Flintshire from 1874 b. 11 June 1827 e. s. of Hugh Robert Hughes and Anne Lance m. 1853, Lady Florentia Emily Liddell, e. d. of 1st Earl of Ravensworth two s. five d. Educ. : Rugby Christ Church, Oxford. Address : Kinmel Park, Abergele Glanyw?rn, Denbigh. Clubs : Carlton, Marlbcrough, Turf. [Died 29 Apr HUGHES, Rev. Nathaniel Thomas, M.A. Oxon. Vicar of Hardingston from 1892 Rural Dean of Northampton from 1897 Master of St. John's Hospital from 1871 Hon. Canon of Peterborough from 1883 b. Llandegfan, Anglesey, Aug s. of late Thomas Hughes, Cadnaut m. (1st) 1862, Annie, e. d. of Rowland Stagg, Stoke Newington (2nd) 1877, Henrietta Alice, y. d. of John Becke, Cedars, Northampton two s. four d. Educ. : Gram. School, Beaumaris Jesus Coll. Oxford. (Classical Scholar) 2nd Cl. Mod. 1855, B.A. 2nd Cl. Math. 1857, M A Deacon, 1861 Priest, 1862 Assistant Master Oakham, Curate of Lynby, Notts, 1862 Kegworth, Leicestershire, 1864 Vicar of St. Edmunds, Northampton, and Chaplain of N.U., Chaplain to Mayor of Northampton, 1889 Chaplain to High Sheriff of Northants, Address : Hardingstone Vicarage, Northampton. [Died 18 July HUGHES, Sir Robert John, K.C.B. cr Maj.-Gen. (retired) b. Hampshire, 5 May 1822 s. of late Lieut. Robert Hughes m. 1855, Mary Anne, widow of Capt. Charles Fowle and d. of Chas. Driscoll (d. 1889). Entered Army 1842 Maj.-Geu served India, commanded 88th and 63rd Regts. Crimea, (4th class Medjidie and war medal) Afghan War, (medal and clasp and C.B.) commanded a Brigade and Division during the campaign, action of Shajui, battle of Ahmed Kheyl, and action atozoo (despatches, thanks of Government of India) commanded Presidency District, Calcutta, appointed to command Bengal Brigade under orders for Egypt, Address : Walmer Beach, Kent. Clubs : United Service, Junior Constitutional. [Died 19 Apr HUGHES, Sir William Templer, K.C.B. cr. General (retired) b m. 2nd Georgiana d. of Ven. Archdeacon Phillpotts, Entered Indian Army, 1842 General, 1884 served Sutlej Campaign, Punjab Campaign, N.W. Frontier, : Indian Mutiny, commanded Hodson's Horse, Central Indian Horse, Punjab Frontier Force, Division Indian Army, Address : Dunley, Bovey Tracey, Devon. Club : United Service. [Died 4 Apr HUGHES-GAMES, Ven. Joshua, D.C.L. Vicar of Holy Trinity, Hull, from 1895 b s. of Joshua Jones, Glasbury House, Clifton m. Mary Helena, d. of John Yates, 1859 assumed name of Hughes-Games, Educ. : Bishop's Coll. Bristol Lincoln Coll. Oxford (B.A.). 1st class Mathematics, 3rd class Classics, 1852 Johnson Mathematical Scholar, 1853 Senior Mathematical Scholar, Vice- Principal York Training College, Headmaster Liverpool Institute, Principal King William's College, Isle of Man, Principal Sodor and Man ological School, Archdeacon of Man and Rector of Andreas, Examining Chaplain to Bishops of Sodor and Man, Publications : One Book, a treatise on the Unique Character of the Bible Evening Communion Nature of the Resurrection Body Bible and how to Study it Classical Studies, their True Position and Value in Education Why I cannot go away from Christ Prayer in Relation to the Fixity of Natural Law Old Testament Difficulties Protestantism, its Positive Teaching Signs of the Times Old Testament in the Light of the Witness of Christ Duties of Evangelical Churchmen under Possible Eventualities Sanctification by Faith, etc. editor of Chronicles in the Temple Bible. Address : Holy Trinity Vicarage, Hull. Club: National. [Died 25 March HUGUENET, A. P., Officier de 1'Instruction Publique Instructor in French at the Royal Naval College, Greenwich Professor of French at Queen's College, London editor of La Chronique, London b. Bourges, Cher, France *. of a Major of Artillery. Educ. : Lyce"e of Strasbourg Military College, St. Cyr. Formerly an Officer in the French army served Italian and Mexican campaigns, Franco-German War, and in Africa Hon. Secretary to Society of French Masters in England for 16 years. Publications : La Chronique, the only French paper published in London Histoire d'un Mobile de Loir-et-Cher, in Collaboration with M. L. Moussary French Grammar (Hossfeld method), etc. Address : 29 Bessborough Street, S.W. Queen's College, Harley Street, W. [Died 12 Aug HULL, Commander Thomas A., R.N. F.R.G.S. Inspector of Admiralty Charts of the Mercantile Marine. Employed in search for Sir John Franklin, on the surveys of Palestine, Corfu, Tunis, and Sicily, on the compilation of the Admiralty Wind and Current Charts of the World, Superintendent of Admiralty Charts, Publications: Practical Nautical Surveying and Handicraft of Navigation edited and revised Pilot's Handbook for the English Channel, and Raper's Practice of Navigation and Nautical Astronomy. [Died 25 March HULME, Frederick Edward, F.L.S., F.S.A. b. Hanley, Staffordshire, 1841 m Emily, d. of John Napper of Henfield Place, Sussex two s. two d. A writer on Natural History and Archaeological subjects for many years one of Examination Staff, Science and Art Department Examiner London Chamber of Commerce Member Southwark Diocesan Council and Staffordshire Society Professor King's College, London on Staff of Architectural Association. Publications: Plant Form, 1868 Plants, their Natural Growth and Ornamental Treatment, 1874 Principles of Ornamental Art, 1875 Familiar Wild Flowers, 8 vols., Mathematical Drawing Instruments and how to Use m, 1879 Suggestions in Floral Design, 1880 Town, College, and Neighbourhood of Marlborough, 1881 Art Instruction in England, 1882 Wisdom Chips, 1886 Mythland, 1886 Wayside Sketches, 1889 History, Principles, and Practice of Symbolism in Art, 1891 History, Principles, and Practice of Heraldry, 1892 Birth and Development of Ornament, 1893 Natural History Lore and Legend, 1895 History, Blazonry, and Associations of the Flags of the World, 1897 Cryptography, 1898 Plain English, so they think, 1902 Wild Fruits of the Country-side, 1902 Proverb Lore, 1902 Butterflies and Moths of the 359

31 HULSE WHO WAS WHO, Country-side, 1903 Wild Flowers in their Seasons, 1907 Familiar Swiss Flowers, Address : Newark, Kew Gardens. [Died 11 Apr HULSE, Sir Edward, 5th Bt. cr J.P., D.L. b father 1854 m. Address : Breamore, Salisbury Place, W. Clubs : Athenaeum, Carlton. [Died 11 June HULSE, Sir Edward Henry, 6th Bt., cr. 1739, J.P., D.L. Capt. 15th Batt. Imperial Yeomanry served South Africa, 1900 (despatches) b s. of 5th Bt. and Katharine, d. of Very Rev. Dean of Salisbury (Hamilton) S. father, 1899 m. 1888, Edith, d. of Sir E. Lawson, Bt. Educ. : Eton, Brasenose Coll. Oxford. Capt. Royal Wiltshire Yeomanry (retired) M.P. (C.) Salisbury, Owned about 7000 acres. Heir : s. Edward Hamilton Westrow, b Recreations : golf, cricket, and all kinds of sport. Address : Breamore House, Salisbury. Clubs : Carlton, Turf, Marlborough. [Died 29 May HULSE, Sir Edward Hamilton Westrow, 7th Bt., cr : b. 31 Aug o. c. of Katharine, o. c. of Very Rev. Dean of Salisbury (Hamilton), Educ. : Eton Christ Oxford (M.A.). Church, Fellow of all Souls. Owned about 7000 acres. Heir : s. Edward, b Portland 6th Bt. and Edith Maude Webster, d. of 1st Baron Burnham. Educ. : Eton Balliol College, Oxford. Heir : u. Hamilton John Hulse. Address : Breamore House, Hants. [Died 16 March HULTON, Sir William Wilbraham Blethyn, 1st Bt., cr J.P., D.L. b e. s. of late William Ford Hulton, J.P., D.L., and Georgiana, d. of Sir John Lister-Kaye, 1st m. 1st, Bart., of Denby Grange, Co. York 1867, Sarah Matilda (d. 1873), o. d. of Ralph Rothwell, Ribbleton House, Co. Lancaster 2nd, 1879, Margaret Lucy, d. of Col. Wm. Assheton Cross, Red Scar, Co. Lancaster. Educ. : Rugby Trinity Coll. Cambridge. Called to Bar at Middle Temple, 1868 Constable of Lancaster Castle. Heir : s. William Rothwell [b m. 1890, Ethel Marguerite, 3rd d. of E. Braddyll], Address: Hulton Park, near Bolton. Club : Arthur's. HUME, Allan Octavian, [Died 2 Apr C.B b s. of late Joseph Hume, M.P. m. 1853, Mary Anne Grindall (d. 1890). Educ. : Haileybury London University. Entered Bengal Civil Service, 1849 served in N.W. Provinces as Magistrate and Collector Commissioner of Customs Secretary to Government of India and various other offices member of Board of Rev. N.W. Prov. India, 1879 retired Publications : several works on Ornithology. Address : Chalet, Kingswood Road, Upper Norwood, S.E. [Died 31 July HUME, Colonel Charles Vernoii, M.V.O., 1906 D.S.O., 1900 employed under Siamese Government from Royal Field Artillery retired b. 12 July 1860 m. 1897, Ursula Wilhelmina, d. of Reginald Dykes Marshall, D.L., J.P., of Castlerigg Manor, Cumberland one s. two d. Educ. : Marlborough. Entered R.F.A Captain, 1887 Major, 1897 Lieutenant- Colonel, 1904 Colonel, 1906 A.D.C. to Commander-in-Chief, India, Military Governor to Crown Prince of Siam, served Burmah, (despatches, medal and clasp) A.A.G., South Africa Field Force, 1900 (despatches, medal and 5 clasps, D.S.O.) Attache" with the Japanese Army during the campaign in Manchuria, Military Attache" to H.B.M.'s Embassy, Tokio, Address : 29 Belsize Avenue, N.W. Club : Army and Navy. [Died 2 Feb HUME, George Alexander, M.A., LL.D., K.C. b. 11 Jan s. of late George Alexander Hume, M.D., Crumlin, Co. Antrim. Educ. : Royal Belfast Academical Institution Queen's College, Galway. Scholarship in Classics Senior Scholar in Mental and Economic Science, and Senior Law Scholar Gold Medallist in Logic, Metaphysics, and Political Economy, and Gold Medallist in Law, Queen's University, Ireland Exhibitioner of King's Inns, Dublin called to Irish Bar, 1881 K.C Recreations: shooting, fishing, yachting. Clubs : Ulster Reform, Royal Ulster Yacht. [Died 10 Jan HUME, John Richard, Maj.-Gen. (retired) b. Birr, 16 Aug th s. of late Rev. Robert Hume unmarried. Educ. : Hall Place. Joined 55th Regt served through Crimean Campaign present at battles of Alma, Inkermann, sortie attacks on Redan (severely wounded mentioned in despatches), Bhootan Campaign, 1865 medal and three clasps Alma, Inkermann, Sebastopol medal and clasp, Bhootan commanded 55th Regt Publication : Reminiscences of the Crimean Campaign with the 55th B.egt. Recreations : shooting, cricket, fishing, archery. Address : Rock Lodge, Lynton, North Devon. Clubs : United Service, Army and Navy Kildare Street, Dublin. [Died 15 Jan HUME, Major Martin Andrew Sharp, M.A. (Cambridge) Editor of Spanish State Papers, Public Record Office Lecturer in Spanish History and Literature, Pembroke College, Cambridge Examiner in Spanish and Lecturer in the University of London Examiner in the University of Birmingham Maj. (retired) 3rd Batt. Essex Regt. b. London, 8 Dec s. of officer in East India Company's Service. Educ. : Madrid, where branches of his family resided for over a century. C. Academician of the Royal Spanish Academy and of the Royal Spanish Academy of History Knight Grand Cross of the Spanish Order of Isabel the Catholic unmarried. Contested (L.) Maidstone, 1885 Central Hackney, 1886 Stockport, 1892, 1893 attached to Turkish Army during the campaign on the Lorn, travelled much in South America and Africa. Publications : Chronicle of Henry VIII., 1889 Calendar of Spanish State Papers, Elizabeth, 4 vols. Henry VIII., 2 vols. Edward VI. (unfinished) Courtships of Queen Elizabeth, 1896 and 1904 Year after the Armada, 1896 Sir Walter Raleigh, 1897 Philip II. of Spain, 1897 Great Lord Burghley, 1898 Spain, its Greatness and Decay (Cambridge University Historical Series), 1898 Modern Spain (Story of the Nations Series), 1899 A History of the Spanish People, 1901 Treason and Plot, 1901 Love Affairs of Mary Queen of Scots, 1903 Espanoles e" Ingleses en el Siglo XVI. (in Spanish), 1903 Cambridge Modern History, vols. iii. and iv., 1904, 1905 Spanish Influence on English Literature, 1905 Wives of Henry VIII., 1905 Queens of Old Spain, 1906 Face to Face (novel from the Spanish), 1906 Through Portugal, 1907 Court of Philip IV., 1907 Dictionary of Spanish Quotations (in collaboration), 1907 Two English Queens and Philip, 1908 many historical articles in the principal English and Spanish magazines and reviews. Recreations : books, books, books. Address : Cavendish Mansions, Portland Place, W. Club : Devonshire. [Died 1 July HUME, Sir Robert, G.C.B., cr K.C.B., cr Lt.-Gen. retired 1889 b. 23 Nov m. Jane, d. of R. Brown, H.E.I.C.S., and widow of Capt. Harris, Entered army, 1847 Lieut.-Gen served

32 WHO WAS WHO, HUNTER Crimea, (twice severely wounded, despatches, medal with three clasps, Legion of Honour, 5th class Medjidie and Turkish medal) Bhootan Expedition, 1865 (medal with clasp) commanded Saugar Dist., Allahabad Div., S. Afghanistan Field Force, (thanked by Govt.) Quetta Div., Beloochistan, 1881, and Lahore Div., Col. King's Own (Yorkshire L.I), 1893 Col. Border Regiment, Club : United Service. [Died 10 Feb HUMPHERY, Sir William Henry, 1st Bt. cr K.C.B., V.D., J.P. Hon. Col. 1st V.B. Hants Rifles late Brig.-Gen. Portsmouth V. Infantry Brigade b. 25 March nd s. of late John Humphery, M.P., and Mary, d. of W. Burgess m. 1st, 1850, Maria (d. 1897), d. of W. Cubitt, M.P. 2nd, 1898, Mary Catherine, d. of late Baron Alderson. Educ. : Winchester Wadham College, Oxford (M.A.). Barr. Inner Temple High Sheriff for Hants, 1873 while at Winchester was captain of football at Oxford captain of his boat, which he left head of the river winning also at Henley Grand Challenge, Wyfold, and Ladies' Cups joined volunteers in 1860 Commandant 1st V.B. Hants in 1863, for many years, and then was Brig.-Gen. Portsmouth V.I. Brigade M.P. Andover, Receations : hunting, volunteering, rowing. Heir : none. Address : 23 Bruton Street, W. Cottage, Great Brington, Northampton. Clubs : Carlton, United University. [Died 31 March HUMPHREYS-OWEN, Arthur Charles, D.L., J.P. M.P. (L.) Montgomeryshire from 1894 chairman of Montgomeryshire C.C. Chairman of Cumbrian Railways Co. from 1900 b. 9 Nov s. of Erskine Humphreys, barrister, and Eliza, d. of Edward Johnes, M.D., Garthmyl, Monts m. 1874, Maria, e. d. of late James Russell, Q.C. Educ. : Harrow Trin. Coll. Camb. (M.A.) 2nd Class in Classical and Moral Science Triposes. Barr. Lincoln's Inn director Cambrian Railway Company. Owned 7786 acres. Address : Glansevern, Berriew, Montgomeryshire. Clubs : Athenaeum, Bath, National Liberal, Oxford and Cambridge. [Died 9 Dec HUNGERFORD, Margaret Wolfe, novelist b. Milleen, Ross Carbery, Co. Cork d. of Rev. Fitzjohn Stannus Hamilton, Rector of Ross and Canon of Ross Cathedral. Educ. : Portarlington Coll. Publications : Phyllis Molly Bawn Airy Fairy Lilian Beauty's Daughters Mrs. Geoffrey Faith and Unfaith Portia Loys, Lord Beresford Uosmoyne Doris Green Pleasure and Grey Grief A Maiden all Forlorn Lady Branskmere A Mental Struggle Marvel Duchess A Modern Circe Undercurrents Honourable Mrs. Vereker In Durance Vile A Born Coquette A Life's Remorse Her Week's Amusement Lady Patty A Little Irish Girl April's Lady Nor 'Wife nor Maid Nora Creina Professor's Experiment Hoyden A Point of Conscience, etc. Recreations gardening, croquet. Address : St Brenda's Bandon, Co. Cork. [Died 24 Jan HUNT, Sir Frederick Seager, 1st Bt. cr D.L. b e. s. of late James Hunt railway contractor, and Eliza, d. of James L Seager, Millbank, Westminster m. Alice d. of Alfred Hunt, Hanover (Lady of Grace o St. John of Jerusalem), Educ. : West minster School. M.P. (0.) W. Marylebone Maidstone, Heir : none Address : 10 Royal Crescent, Ramsgate Club : Carlton. [Died 21 Jan HUNT, Margaret b. Durham, 14 Oct nd d. of James Raine, D.C.L., Crook Hall Durham and Margaret, d. of Rev. Thoma Peacock,' Denton m. late Alfred W. Hunt R.W.S., Hon. Fellow of Corpus Christi Coll. Oxford three d. Publications : Thornicroft's Model Under Seal of Confession Leaden Casket Bohn translation of Grimm's Folk-Tales (with her daughter Violet Hunt) Governess, Address : South Lodge, Campden Hill, W. [Died 1 Nov HUNTER, Rev. Andrew Johnston, M.A. Rector of Swanton Morley with Worthing, Norfolk, from 1896 Hon. Canon of Norwich Cathedral, 1907 b. 15 Aug s. of William Hunter of Tynemount, East Lothian m. 1872, Agnes Blanche, d. of William Phillips of the Lancrets, Luton one s. one d. Educ. : Edinburgh Academy Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge (li.a., 1869 M.A., 1872). Curate of Christ Church, Luton, Chaplain of Luton Hoo Private Chapel, Vicar of Mattishall, Norfolk, Rural Dean of South Brisley since Address : Swanton Morley Rectory, Dereham, Norfolk. Club : Junior Constitutional. [Died 12 June HUNTER, Colin, A.R.A., 1884 b. Glasgow, 16 July 1841 *. of John Hunter, bookseller and postmaster, Helensburgh m. Isabel, d. of John H. Young, Glasgow, Educ. : Helensburgh. Principal Pictures : among others Trawlers Waiting for Darkness, R.A Salmon Stake Nets, R.A ir Only Harvest, R.A Waiting for the Homeward Bound, R.A Herring Market at Sea, R.A. 1884, etc. Recreations : shooting, fishing, golfing, yachting. Address : 14 Melbury Road, Kensington. Clubs : Reform, Arts. [Died 24 Sept HUNTER, Sir David K.C.M.G., cr C.M.G Member for Durban (Central) first Union Parliament, South Africa, 1910 b. Broxburn, Linlithgowshire, 1841 s. of David Hunter m. Margaret Gordon, y. d. of Robert Laing, 1865 (d. 1912) two d. one s. Educ. : Kirkliston Free Church School. Entered service of North British Railway Company as apprentice, Edinburgh, 1853 served successively in accounting, stores, traffic, and General Manager's departments appointed General Manager of Natal Government Railways, 1879 services brought to notice in despatches, member Natal Harbour Board, 1881 delegate to various conferences on railway, harbour, and customs matters, and to Government of South African Republic on railway extension member of Executive Council, 1890 chairman of first General Conference of South African Railway Officers, Pietermaritzburg, 1897 chairman Port Advisory Board, 1898 member of Coal Industry Commission, 1898 mentioned in despatches of Sir George White, Sir Redvers Buller, Lord 'Roberts, and Lord Kitchener in connection with Transvaal War, chairman of Colonial Reception Committee for Royal Visit, 1901 chairman, S. African Congregational Union, member Plague Administration Committee, 1903 chairman Technical Education Commission, : retired on legal age limit from General Managership of Railways, 1906 contested Borough of Durban, 1906 chairman, Government Inspection and Advisory Board, 1907 member Durban Town Council, 1907 inspected and reported upon Mauritius Government Railways, 1907 member of Council, Durban Technical Institute, 1907 member of Council and Hon. Treasurer Natal University College, 1910 M.P. Central Durban, 1910 chairman and member many Boards and Committees. Decorated in recognition of public services. Address : Colinton, Durban, Natal. Club : Durban. [Dietl 20 June HUNTER, Rev. Peter Hay, D.D. Minister of the Parish of St. Andrew (Church of Scot- 361

33 HUNTER WHO WAS WHO, land), Edinburgh, from 1896 b. Edinburgh, 10 Sept s. of James Hunter, paper merchant m. Helen, d. of James Dawson, manufacturer, Dalkeith. Educ. : Universities of Edinburgh and Leipsic College of France and Sorbonne, Paris. Minister of the Parish of Elie, Tester, was for 5 years Chaplain to the Lord High Commissioner Chaplain to the Forth Division Royal Engineers (V.) on several occasions preacher before Queen Victoria Hon. Degree of Doctor in Divinity conferred by University of Edinburgh, Publications : Story of Daniel After the Exile Sons of the Croft James Inwick Crime of Christmas Day Silver Bullet John Armiger's Revenge Bible and Sword, etc. joint-author of My Ducats and my Daughter Recreations : yachting, mountaineering. Address : 35 Great King Street, Edinburgh. [Died 26 Dec HUNTER, Sir Robert, K.C.B., cr Kt., cr C.B., 1909 Solicitor to Post Office from 1882 b. 27 Oct m. 1st, Emily, d. of J. G. Browning (d. 1872) 2nd, Ellen, rf. of S. Cann, 1877 three d. Educ. : Lond. Univ. (M.A. 1865). Solicitor 1867 J.P. for the County of Surrey. Publication : Preservation of Open Spaces and of Footpaths and Other Rights of Way. Address : Meadftelds, Haslemere General Post Office, E.C. Club : Reform. [Died 6 Nov HUNTER, William Alexander, LL.D. M.P. (L.) N. Aberdeen b *. of James Hunter, granite merchant, Aberdeen. Educ. : Aberdeen Grammar School and University. Barr. Middle Temple, 1867 formerly Professor Roman Law, Univ. Coll. London. Publications : Roman Law in the Order of a Code. Address : 2 Brick Court, Temple, E.C. [Died 21 July HUNTER, Sir William Guyer, K.C.M.G. cr F.R.C.P. b m. 2nd, d. of J. Stainburn, Educ. : King's Coll. London Aberdeen University (M.D. 1867). Assistant- Surgeon, Bombay Army, 1850 Surgeon-Gen Vice-Chancellor of Bombay University, 1880 M.P. Central Hackney, Clubs : E.I. United Service, Carlton. [Died 14 March HUNTER, Sir William Wilson, K.C.S.I. (cr ) C.I.E., M.A., LL.D. b *. of A. Galloway Hunter m. d. of Rev. Thomas Murray, M.A., LL.D., J.P., Entered the Bengal Civil Service, 1861 Undersecretary to Govt. of India, 1871 planned and executed the statistical survey of India as Director-General, president of the Indian Education Commission, 1882 member of the Viceroy's Legislative Council, repeatedly thanked in despatches by the Government of Bengal, the Government of India, and the Secretary of State for India J.P., and D.L. for Berks, J.P. for Oxfordshire County Councillor for Berks. Publications : author of many works on India, including the Annals of Rural Bengal Orissa Imperial Gazetteer of India, 2nd edition, 14 vols. Indian Empire A Brief History of the Indian Peoples A Statistical Account of Bengal and Assam, 22 vols. Life of the Earl of Mayo Life of the Marquis of Dalhousie Life of Brian Hodgson Old Missionary Thackerays in India A History of British India, vol. i Recreations : riding, whist. Address : Oaken Holt Hall, Cumnor, Berks 128 Piccadilly, W. Club : Athenaeum, etc. [Died 7 Feb HUNTER-WESTON, Lieut.-Col. Gould, F.S.A. D.L., J.P. Co. Ayr Knight of Justice and Hon. Commander Order of St. John of Jerusalem in England b nd s. of J. Willis Weston, directly descended from 362 Weston of Weston-under-Lyzard, Co. Staffs m. 1st, 1860, Eleanor, o. c. of John Crooke- Freeman of Crooke Hall, Co. Lanes, (d. 1861) 2nd, 1863, Jane, Lady of Justice of St. John of Jerusalem, d. and heiress of Robert Hunter of Hunterston, Co. Ayr. Assumed by royal license the. prefix-surname and arms in 2nd quarter of Hunter of Hunterston, Served India, political and staff employ (capture of Durriabad forts, Oude), 1850 Indian Mutiny (commanded outpost throughout defence of Lucknow Residency Bt. Majority and one year's extra service), 1857 on Outram's staff at Alumbagh, and at the siege and capture of Lucknow, (despatches, medal and clasps, one year's extra service). Address : Hunterston, West Kilbride, KB. Clubs : United Servic Athenaeum, County. f Died 12 Aug. HUNTINGFIELD, 3rd Baron (cr. 1796), Charl Andrew Vanneck, D.L., J.P. Bt [Is Bt, was Paymaster of the land forces of Netherlands, d. 1751] b. Leiston Hoi Suffolk, 12 Jan s. of 2nd Baron anc his 2nd wife, 3rd d. of Sir Charles Blois, Bt.. father 1844 m. Louisa, o. d. of Andi Arcedeckne, Owned about acres. Heir : s. Joshua, b Address. Heveningham Hall, Yoxford, Suffolk. Clubs : Carlton, Marlborough, Turf. [Died 21 Sept HUNTINGFIELD, 4th Baron (cr. 1796), Joshus Charles Vanneck Bt Col. retl late Scots Guards J.P. Suffolk. [1st was Paymaster of the land forces of Netherlands, d ] b. 27 Aus S. father 21 Sept Educ. : Eton. Church of England Conservative. Joined Scots Guards, 1863 retired, 1892 served in Egyptian Campaign, 1882 (medal and clasp and Khedive's star) Eastern Soudan, 1885 (clasp). Owned about 10,000 acres. Collection of pictures in Heveningham Hall, Suffolk, chiefly of Dutch school. Recreations: shooting, natural history, etc. Heir (to title) : n. Hon. William Charles Arcedeckne Vanneck. Address : Heveningham Hall, Yoxford, and Leiston Old Abbey, Suffolk. Clubs : Guards', Carlton, Bachelors.' [Died 13 Jan HUNTINGTON, Sir Charles Philip, 1st Bart., cr J.P. b *. of James Huntington, Mitcham, Surrey m. Jane Hudson, d. of Walter Sparkes of Merton, Surrey. M.P. (L.) Darwen Div. of Lanes, Heir: s. Henry Leslie, b Address : Clock House, Chelsea Embankment, S.W. Astley Bank, Darwen. Club : Reform. [Died 23 Dec HUNTINGTON, Sir Henry Leslie 2nd Bt. cr b. 24 Apr th s. of 1st Bt. S. father 1906 unmarried. Heir : b. Charles Philip, b m. Delia Dorothy, d. of late Daniel John O'Sullivan. [Died 24 Apr HURST, Robert H., Recorder of Hastings and Rye from 1862 J.P., D.L. late Chairman of West Sussex Quarter Sessions o. s. of late R. H. Hurst, M.P., and Dorothea, d. of John Breynton of Haunch Hall, Stafford m. 1859, Matilda Jane, e. d. of James Scott of Nunnery, Rusper. Educ. : Westminster Trinity College, Cambridge. M.A. Called to Bar, Middle Temple, 1842 M.P. Horsham, and Address : Horsham Park, Sussex Barrington Grove, Burford. Club : Oxford and Cambridge. [Died 12 Feb HUSBAND, Rev. John, F.R.C.S.E., C.I.E missionary of the United Free Church of Scotland Hon. Magistrate b Received the distinction of C.I.E. at the Queen's Jubilee for services in connection with the Ajmere Municipal Committee. Address : Ajmere, India, [Died 4 Jan, 1909.

34 WHO WAS WHO, HUTCHISON HUTCHINGS, Ven. William Henry, D.D. Rural Dean of Malton, 1891 Canon of York, 1895 Archdeacon of Cleveland, Yorks, Examining Chaplain to Archbishop of York from 1903 Residentiary Canon of York Minster, 1906 Chancellor of York Cathedral from 1907 Rector of Kirby-Misperton from 1884 b. Exeter, 1835 m. 1857, Rhoda Stapleton, d. of A. Bodley. Educ. : Hertford College, Oxford (Exhibitioner), B.D. and D.D Pub Person and Work of the Holy lications : Ghost, 1884, 4th ed Some Aspects of the Cross, 1876, 3rd ed Mystery of the Temptation, 8vo, 2nd ed Imitation of Christ, translated Spiritual Combat, translated Aids to the Inner Life Devout Life, by St. Francis de Sales Hidden Life of the Soul, 1881 Life of Christ by St. Bonaventure, 1881 Translation of the Life of St. John of the Cross, 2 vols Conscience, its Nature and Needs, 1882 Confessions of St. Augustine, translated, 1883 Life of Prayer, 2nd ed All Saints Sermons, 1890 Universalism, 1890 Sermons for the People, Sermon Sketches, 2 vols. 1895, 3rd ed. Gleanings, 1896 Eucharistic Sacrifice Dimensions of Truth and Love, 1899 Life and Letters of Canon Carter (edited), 1903, 4th ed., etc. for many years editor of the Literary Churchman contributor to the Guardian, Church Quarterly, etc. Recreations : literature, sojourn by the sea. Address : Kirby- Misperton Rectory, Pickering Residence, York. [Died 7 Jan HUTCHINSON, Sir Charles Fred., Kt., cr M.D., J.P. b 23 Jan s. of Richard Scholes Hutchinson, M.D., Nottingham, and Innes Hadden m. 1880, Ellen, d. of S. Homer Soames, London one s. Educ. : Elstree Uppingham Edin. Univ. : Berlin, Vienna, and Paris. Practised as physician at Scarborough in the summer, Monte Carlo in winter retired from practice about 1902, after that lived at Knowle, Mayfleld, Sussex contested Rye Division of Sussex, 1900 M.P. Rye Division of Sussex, Recreations : hunting, shooting, etc. Address : Westminster. S.W. Knowle, Mayfield, Sussex. Club: Reform. [Died 15 Nov HUTCHINSON, Maj.-Gen. Charles Serope, C.B m. 1852, Christina, d. of William Ross of Gibraltar. Joined R.E Maj.-Gen Inspector of Railways, Address : 14 Kidbrook Park Road, Blackheath, S.E. [Died 29 Feb HUTCHINSON, Rev. Canon Christopher Blick, M.A. Hon. Canon of Canterbury, 1892 b. 18 Nov Educ. : King Edward VI.'s School, Birmingham St. John's College, Cambridge (Scholar and 1st class Classical Tripos and Fellow). Ordained deacon, 1853 priest, 1854 Master, King Edward VI.'s School, Birmingham, Rugby School, Examining to Chaplain Archbishop of Canterbury, and Address: Duppas Hill, Croydon. [Died 20 May HUTCHINSON, Christopher Clarke, K.C J.P. (Essex) M.Inst C.E., F.I.C., F.C.S., etc. b nd s. of William Hutchinson, Burnside, Westmoreland m. 1881, Frances, 2nd d. of Thomas Hughes, Llandilo, Carmarthen two s. five d. Educ. : Royal College of Science, Dublin. Practised as engineer and chemical engineer in Great Britain and U.S.A. before called to Bar called to Bar, Middle Temple, Publications : many contributions to Scientific Societies and other Journals. Recreations : sport, shooting, fishing, etc. art collecting. Address : 13 Boltons, S.W. Kininvie, Dufftown, N.B. Clubs : Reform, Whitehall, Savage. [Died 7 March HUTCHINSON, Sir Edward Synge-, 4th Bt. cr b Lieut. 5th Dragoon Guards (retired) e. s. of Francis Synge- Hutchinson and titter of 3rd Earl of Donoughmore b. 31 Aug S. grandfather Heir : Served none. Crimea Club : (medal and clasp). Army and Navy. [Died 3 Nov HUTCHINSON, Sir Jonathan, Kt., cr. 1908, F.R.C.S., M.D., LL.D., F.R.S. a consulting surgeon emeritus Prof, of Surgery, London Hospital Coll. b. Selby, 23 July nd s. of Jonathan Hutchinson and Elizabeth Massey four s. four d. Educ. : Selby, York St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London. President of the Royal College of Surgeons, 1889, 1890 Hunterian Professor at the Royal College of Surgeons member of Royal Commission on Small-pox Hospitals, and on Vaccination, Publications : Centuries Rare Diseases of the Skin Pedigree of Disease Syphilis, a Manual Illustrations of Clinical Surgery Syphilitic Affections of the Eye and Ear and for nine years of Archives of Surgery, quarterly also a Lesser Atlas of Clinical Illustrations Fish-eating and Lepros3\ Recreations : field sports, geology, and field natural history, and the superintendence of Educational Museums at Haslemere and at Selby, Yorks. Address : 22 Cheniea Street, Gower Street, W.C. Library, Inval, Haslemere. [Died 23 June HUTCHINSON, Rev. William P. H., M.A. Oxon. Vicar of Blurton from 1865 Prebendary of Curboroughin Lichfleld Cathedral Vice-President of S.P.G. b. Heavitree Vicarage, 25 Aug s. of Rev. Wm. Hutchinson, Curate of Heavitree m. 1850, Caroline, d. of B. Haigh Allen of Greenhead, Huddersfleld three s. three d. Educ. : Clergy Orphan School, St. John's Wood King Edward School, Birmingham All Souls' College, Oxford. Curate of Dunchurch, Warwickshire, 1833 Rotherhithe, 1836, where he built Holy Trinity and its Vicarage and became 1st Incumbent Hanford, 1850 was for many years very active in organising for S.P.G. Address : Blurton, Staffs. [Died 8 July HUTCHISON, George Andrew editor Boy's Own Paper from its start in 1877, Boy's Own Bookshelf, Toilers of the Deep, Indoor and Outdoor Recreations, Every Boy's Volumes, Boy's Own Reciter, etc. b. London, 31 Oct m. Elizabeth Jane, o. d. of Edward Brown, Bow two *. two d. Author and editor of over 125 vols., including science, theology, and general literature. Began literary career as assistant editor with late Sir B. W. Richardson, M.D., F.R.S., on the Social Science Review, and subsequently edited first 28 vols. of one of the well-known London religious newspapers, as well as the Sunday School World, etc. Took great interest in Sunday School and other educational and recreative work amongstthe young and also in the Royal National Mission to Deep Sea Fishermen, for which he acted as General Editor from 1875, and on behalf of which he lectured throughout England President Leytonstone Liberal Association. Recreations : boating, rambling, tennis, etc. Address : Ivybank, Leytonstone, Essex Thalassa, Frinton-on-Sea. [Died 10 Feb HUTCHISON, John, R.S.A. sculptor 6. Lauriston, Edinburgh. Apprenticed to a wood-carver, High Street, Edinburgh, at the age of thirteen executed wood carvings and other decorations in relief for picture gallery at Hospitalfield, Arbroath, 1852

35 HUTH WHO WAS WHO, studied in Antique and Life School of Trustees' Academy, Edinburgh first exhibited in U.S.A., 1856 studied at Rome, 1860 again, 1863 first exhibited in Royal Academy, 1862 A.R.S.A., 1862 R.S.A., 1867 librarian, 1877 treasurer, Principal works statues : Roman Dancing Girl Resting James Carmichael Adam Black, M.P., Publisher Dr. Grigor King Robert Bruce Greek Torch Racer John Knox (Colossal Bronze Statue), Edinburgh George Buchanan Regent Murray Baron Bradwardine Hal-o'-the-Wynd the Glee Maiden Flora Maclvor, for the Scott Monument in Edinburgh. Monuments : recumbent figure of a lady G. Paul Chalmers monument of the Royal Stewarts buried in Paisley Abbey. Busts : Harold Hardrada John Philip, R.A. Principal Tulloch Norman Macleod Queen Victoria (by command of the Queen) the Prince Consort, and many other distinguished persons Mr. Hutchison also executed many studies in bronze and marble of ideal subjects, Hamlet, Don Quixote, Dante, etc. Address : 2 Carlton Street, Edinburgh. Club: University. [Died 23 May HUTH, Alfred Henry, Vice-President of the Bibliographical Society Vice-President of the Roxburghe Club b. London, 14 Jan nd. of late Henry Huth m. his cousin, Octavia Huth, Educ. : Rugby and Berlin Univ. Publications Marriage of Near Kin, 1875, 2nd edition, 1887 Life and Writings of Henry Thos. Buckle, 1880 Speculum Human Salvationis, 1888 Goethe's Faustus, in English verse, 1889 Adventures of Matthew Dudgeon, Owned nearly 4000 acres. Recreations inherited the celebrated Huth Library, which he kept up and added to fond of shooting, skating, and motoring. Address : Fosbury Manor, near Hungerford. Club : Athenaeum. [Died 14 Oct HUTH, Louis b y. s. of late Frederick Huth and Manuela Philippa, d. of late Don Antonio Mayfren of Corunna, Spain m. 1855, Helen Rose, d. of Thomas Ogilvy of Corrimony, Co. Inverness. Lord of the Manor of Possingworth. High Sheriff of Sussex, Address : Possingworth Manor, Waldron, Sussex 28 Hertford Street, W. Clubs : Union, St. James's. [Died 12 Feb BUTTON, Capt. Alfred, F.S.A. b. Beverley, Ensign, 79th Highlanders, 1860 served with 7th Hussars and King's Dragoon Guards a founder of the Central London Throat and Ear Hospital President of the Amateur Fencing Association. Publications : Cold Steel Fixed Bayonets Old Sword Play Swordsman Sword and the Centuries. Address : 76 Jermyn Street, S.W. [Died 17 Dec HUTTON, Rev. Arthur Wollaston Rector of St. Mary-le-Bow, Cheapside, 1903 b. Spridlington, Lines, 5 Sept y. s. of Rev. H. F. Hutton m. Edith Isabel Frances, y. d. of J. Bowerman of Dalston, 1884 five d. Educ. : Bury St. Edmunds Brussels Cheltenham College Exeter College, Oxford (Scholar) Second Class Honours, Classical Moderations, 1869 placed alone in 1st Class Honours School of ology, 1871 M.A Rector of Spridlington on death of father, received into Roman Catholic Church by Dr. Newman, 1876 member of his Oratorian community at Edgbaston until 1883 Librarian (Gladstone Library) National Liberal Club from its formation in 1887 until 1899 visited New Zealand resumed clerical functions in the Church of England, 1898 rector of Easthope, Salop, 1899 curate of St. " Luke's, Richmond, 1901 visited U.S.A. 364 "and Canada, 1907, and New York, Publications : Our Position as Catholics in the Church of England, 1872 Anglican Ministry, with Preface by Cardinal Newman, 1879 Cardinal Manning, in the series of English Leaders of Religion, 1892 edited Arthur Young's Tour in Ireland, 1892 Vaccination Question, Letters to Mr. Asquith and Mr. Balfour, 1894 and 1895 Maitland's Essays on the Reformation, 1899 Newman's Lives of the English Saints, 1900 Inner Way, Sermons by John Tauler, 1901 Ecclesia Discens, 1904 and various' encyclopaedia and magazine articles also reviews of books (chiefly theological) in several newspapers. Address : 16 Grove, Greenwich, S.E. Club : National Liberal (hon). [Died 25 March HUTTON, Capt. Frederick Wollaston, F.R.S., F.G.S. curator of the Museum, Christchurch, New Zealand b. Gate Burton, Lincolnshire, 16 Nov. 1836, 2nd s. of Rev. H. F. Button m. Annie G., d. of W. Montgomerie, M.D., Educ. : Southwell Grammar School Naval Academy, Gosport. Being over age when nominated for Royal Navy, he served as a midshipman in the India Mercantile Marine joined the 23rd R. Welsh Fusiliers, 1855 served Crim relief of Lucknow under Lc Clyde capture of Lucknow (medal, two clasps) entered Staff College, 1860 out 6th on list passed left the army and emigrated to New Zealand, 1866 Assistant Geolog' N.Z. Geol. Survey, 1871 Curator Otago Museum, 1873 Prof, of Nat. Science, Otago Univ., Prof, of Biolog Univ. of N.Z., F.G.S F.R.^ Pres. New Zealand Institute. Publications : Animals of New Zealand, 1904 Darwinism and Lamarckism, 1899 Lesson of Evolution, 1902 a large number of scientific papers in transactions of scientific societies. Recreation (chief) : collection of entomological specimens. Address : 269 Armagh Street, Christchurch, N.Z. [Died 29 Oct HUTTON, Rev. Principal George Clark, Hon. D.D. Edinburgh, 1906, and Williams College, Mass., U.S.A., 1875 Moderator of the United Free Church of Scotland, b. Perth, 16 May Educ. : Edinburgh University ological Hall of the United Presbyterian Church. Ordained Minister of Canal Street United Presbyterian Church, Paialey, from 1851 Convener, United Presbyterian Synod's Committee on Disestablishment, 1872 Moderator, United Presbyterian Church, 1884 Principal, United Presbyterian College, Joint-Principal, United Free Church of Scotland College, Glasgow, Joint- Convener, United Free Church of Scotland's General Assembly Committee on Church and State, Publications : Divine Truth, and the Fact of its Self-Evidence, 1853 Rationale of Prayer, 1853 Law and Gospel Discourses on Primary mes, 1860 Word and the Book, 1891 Our ological Education, 1893 Ascent of Man : Its Note of ology, 1894 Christian Unity and Ecclesiastical Union, 1900 pamphlets Irish Church : the Wrong and the Remedy, 1868 Burgh Churches, Paisley, 1872 State Churchism in Scotland, 1875 Case for Disestablishment in Scotland, 1878 Disestablishment : Sine Qua N9n, 1906 and papers in various periodicals. Address : Mount Pleasant, Paisley. [Died 29 May HUTTON, Maj. Gilbert Montgomerie, D.S.O R.E. s. of late Capt. F. W. Hutton, F.R.S., 23rd R.W. Fusiliers b. 13 June 1865 m. 1908, Kathleen Rose, e. d. of late

36 WHO WAS WHO, IBBETSON A. B. Gilbert two s. Educ. : Christ Coll. and Canterbury Coll. N.Z. (B.A.). Lieut. R.E., 1886 Capt., 1895 served Chinlushai Expedition (medal and clasp) S.A. Natal Army, (despatches twice, D.S.O., 2 medals, 8 clasps). Recreation : fishing. Club : Flyflshers'. [Died 19 Oct MUTTON, Sir John, Kt., cr a J.P. and D.L., Co. of London b m. Elizabeth, d. of William Neale, Educ. : privately. Chairman of London County Council, Address : 7 Kensington Court, Kensington, W. Club : Reform. [Died 31 May MUTTON, John Morland, C.B s. of W. Hutton m. d. of Mr. Arkwright of Sutton Scarsdale. Lieut.-Col. Lincolnshire Artillery Volunteers, served in Crimea, Address: Gate Burton Hall, Lincolnshire. [Died 11 Feb HUTTON, Richard Holt, Editor of Spectator b. in London. Educ. : Univ. Coll., London, and Germany. Became a Unitarian Minister and subsequently teacher of mathematics at Bedford Coll. Joined staff of the Spectator, Publications : Essays, ological and Literary Modern Guides of Thought Criticisms on Contemporary Thought. Address : 1 Wellington Street, W.C. [Died 9 Sept HUYSMANS, Joris Karl b. Paris, 5 Feb. 1848, of Dutch extraction. Publications : le Drageoir a Apices, 1874 Marthe, 1877 les Sceurs Vatard, 1879 Croquis parisiens, 1880 En Manage, 1881 A Vau-1'eau, 'Art moderne, 1883 A Eebours, 1884 : En Hade, 1887 Un Dilemme, 1887 Certains, 1889 les Vieux Quartiers de Paris la Bievre, 1890 La-Bas, 1891 En Route, 1895: la Cathe"drale, 1898 la Bievre et St. Severin, 1898 Iste Lydwine de Schiedam, 1901 De Tout, 'Oblat, 1903 Trois Primitifs, Address : 31 rue St. Placide, Paris. [Died 13 May HYATT, Stanley Portal author b s. of Robert Russell Hyatt, and Amy, d. of Richard Brinsley Portal m. Margaret (d. 1912), d. of J. W. Marston no c. Educ. : Dulwich Coll. After working as a youngster on a sheep station in N.S.W., went to Matabeland at the time of the rinderpest at the age of 22 was the largest native trader in Eastern Mashonaland, also having a number of transport wagons on the road explored centre part of Mozambique for the Portuguese, returning to find his business ruined through the new cattle disease drifted about the East for some time was the only Englishman left who fought through the campaign in the Philippines came home in 1905 after a very hard struggle, made a success with his first novel, Marcus Hay. Publications : Marcus Hay Little Brown Brother Marriage of Hilary Garden Black Sheep Law of the Bolo Land of Promises Eiffel, a Trek Ox Diary of a Soldier of Fortune Northward Trek Off the Main Track. Recreations : fighting tubercle bacilli, and socialism. [Died 30 June HYDE-PAGE, Lt.-Gen. George, Col. Lincolnshire Regiment from 1903 b. 29 Dec m. 1848, Louisa (d. 1896), d. of Gen. George Dean-Pitt. Entered army, 1841 Maj.-Gen retired, 1885 served New Zealand War, (medal). Address: 87 Lansdowne Place, Hove, Sussex. Club : United Service. [Died 8 Jan HYDERABAD (Deccan), H.H. the Nizam of, Asaf Jah Nizam-ul-Mulk Mir Sir Mahbub Ali Khan, Fateh Jung G.C.B., cr G.C.S.I., cr Premier Prince of the Indian Empire b. 18 Aug S. father, 26 Feb Installed by Lord Ripon assumed charge of his government 5 Feb area of the state is 82,698 square miles and the population exceeds 11,000,000. Address : Hyderabad, Deccan. [Died 9 Aug HYLTON, 2nd Baron cr Bt Hedworth Hylton Jolliffe, J.P., D.L. b. Merstham, 23 June 1829 m. 1st, Agnes, d. of 2nd Earl of Stafford, 1858 (d. 1878) 2nd, Anne, d. of Henry Lambert, and widow of 3rd Earl of Dunraven, Protestant. Tory. Educ. : Eton Oriel Coll. Oxford. Served in 4th Light Dragoons Crimea (medal, four clasps, and Turkish medal) Balaclava M.P. for Wells, 1856 retired when Wells disfranchised in Reform Bill, Owned about 10,500 acres. Heir : s. H. George Jolliffe, M.P., b Address : Merstham, Surrey Ammerdown, Somerset Heath House, Petersfield, Hants. Clubs : Carlton, Athenaeum, White's, Turf. [Died 31 Oct HYSLOP, Lt.-Col. William Campbell, C.B F.R.G.S. Secretary, City of London Territorial Force Association from 1908 A.A.G. London Division, National Reserve Organising Secretary, Mansion House Advisory Committee for Associations of Boys b. 12 June 1860 e. s. of late Wm. Hys'lop of Church Stretton m. 1885, Eveline, e. d. of George Paddock, Caynton no c. Educ. : Edinburgh. Entered Army (Artillery), 1878 attended course and passed Examination for Army Officers at School of Economics, London University attended course of Geographic Surveying, R.G.S., and attached African Geodetic Survey, 1908 Member of Council, Polo Pony Society, from its formation, 1893 devoted special attention to study of organisation, and was instrumental in more closely associating Boys' Brigades, Cadets, the Territorial Force, and National Reserve. Publication : Church, Stretton its Geology, Lepidoptera, Molluscs, Birds, Botany, History, etc., 3 vols. (Joint Editor). Recreations : hunting, travel, geography, big-game shooting, golf. Address : 80 Coleherne Court, South Kensington, S.W. Club : Junior United Service. [Died 7 Apr I IAGO-TRELAWNY, Maj.-Gen. John, J.P., F.R.G.S., F.R. Hist. Society F.R. Asiatic Society, etc. on retired pay as Colonel of Highland Light Infantry s. of late Edward lago and Anne Darell, e. d. of late Capt. Trelawny, R.A., of Coldrenick. Educ. : Eton Eagle House, Brook Green, Hammersmith Sherborne School, and after with private tutor until purchase of commission in 74th Highlanders (now 2nd Batt. Highland Light Infantry), in which served over 37 years. Largely in tropical climates Straits Settlements China (Hong Kong) ten years in India. Recreations : fond of hunting and bred hacks and hunters, and always had a thoroughbred sire for benefit of estate farmers and neighbours. Address : Coldrenick, Liskeard, Cornwall 5 Athenaeum Terrace, Plymouth. Clubs : United Service, Windham Royal Western Yacht, Plymouth. [Died May IBBETSON, Hon. Sir Denzil Chas. Jelf, K.C.S.I., cr retired member of Viceroy's Executive Council, India Lieut.-Governor Punjab from 1907 b. Gainsborough, 30 Aug e. s. of late Rev. Denzil John Holt Ibbetson and Clarissa, d. of late Rev. Lansdowne Guilding m. 1870, Louisa Clarissa, d. of late Samuel Coulden two d. Educ. : St. Peter's Coll. Adelaide, S. Australia St. John's Coll. Camb. Honours in Mathematics B.A. Entered the Indian 365

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