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Athelstan-Johnson, Wilfrid, (24 Sept. 1876–5 June 1939)  

CMG 1922; MVO 1906

Born 24 Sept. 1876; died 5 June 1939


Baines, Anthony Cuthbert, (6 Oct. 1912–3 Feb. 1997)  

DLitt; FBA 1980

Born 6 Oct. 1912; s of Cuthbert Edward Baines and Margaret Clemency Lane Poole; m 1960, Patricia Margaret Stammers; died 3 Feb. 1997...


Bateman, Alys, (died 7 Nov. 1924), soprano singer  

Born d of late Robert Bateman and Marian Moore, relative of Hannah Moore; m 1st, Malcolm Colin, s of Francis Simon Dring, of Simonstown, Co. Cork; 2nd, John Starkie Gardner; ...


Beresford, Col Charles Edward de la Poer, (23 Oct. 1850–22 Aug. 1921)  

Born Corfu, 23 Oct. 1850; m 1882, Solita Henrietta, d and co-heiress of Henry Coburn Milne Ximénes de Cisneros, Bear Place, Berks; died 22 Aug. 1921

Versailles; Rev. Mr Foster’s, Stubbington, Fareham; RMC, Sandhurst, psc...


Bernstorff, Count John, (14 Nov. 1862–6 Oct. 1939)  

Born London, 14 Nov. 1862; s of late Count Albrecht Bernstorff, Ambassador in London; m 1887, Jeanne Luckemeyer of New York; died 6 Oct. 1939...


Bickford, Rev. William Pennington, (28 Sept. 1874–12 June 1941)  

MA, Rector of St Clement Danes since 1910

Born Plymouth, 28 Sept. 1874; s of late Rear-Admiral James Edward Bickford and Sophia Jane Bickford; m...


Corbett, Captain Sir Vincent (Edwin Henry), (22 May 1861–22 Dec. 1936)  

KCVO 1905

Born 22 May 1861; m 1895, Hon. Mabel Beatrice Sturt (d 1899), d of 1st Baron Alington; died 22 Dec. 1936

Wellington; Trinity College, Cambridge


Draper, William Franklin, (9 April 1842–28 Jan. 1910), Brevet Brigadier-General, US Army; at one time Ambassador of the United States to HM the King of Italy, 1897–1900  

Born Lowell, Mass, 9 April 1842; e s of George and Hannah Thwing Draper; m 1st, 1862, Lydia W. Joy; 2nd, 1890, Susan Preston; died...


Gosling, Sir Audley Charles, (20 Nov. 1836–7 Dec. 1913)  

KCMG 1901

Born 20 Nov. 1836; y s of Captain Gosling, RN, KH; m 1st, 1858, Ida (d 1900), d of Count August Gyldenstolpe, Chamberlain to King of Sweden; 2nd, ...


Heseltine, Major Godfrey, (17 May 1871–5 Aug. 1932)  

Born 17 May 1871; 2nd s of late J. P. Heseltine; m 1918, Jessie, y d of late W. T. Fraser, and widow of Sir Bourchier R. S. Wrey, 11th Bt; one ...


Jackson, John Brinckerhoff, (19 Aug. 1862–20 Dec. 1920)  

Born Newark, New Jersey, 19 Aug. 1862; s of late Frederick Wolcott and Nannie Nye Jackson; m 1886, Florence A., d of Matthew Baird of Philadelphia, Penn; died 20 Dec. 1920...


Leggett, Col Archibald Herbert, (1877–16 April 1936)  

CMG 1918; DSO 1900

Born 1877; s of Major G. E. Leggett, late 77th Regiment of Foot; m 1903, Lilian Rose, e d of Maj. J. C. O’Neal, late Inniskilling Dragoons; two ...


Maitland, Col Eardley, (10 Nov. 1833–15 March 1911)  

CB 1887

Born 10 Nov. 1833; m 1st, 1855, Elizabeth Odell (d 1877), d of Thomas Baillie; 2nd, 1883, Caroline Helen, d of Thomas Metcalfe; one ...


Manners, Charles (Southcote Mansergh), (27 Dec. 1857–3 May 1935)  

Born London, 27 Dec. 1857; e s by 2nd wife of Col John Craven Mansergh, late RHA, JP Cork and Tipperary; m Fanny Moody; died...


McNicoll, Brig.-Gen. Sir Walter Ramsay, (27 May 1877–24 Dec. 1947)  

KBE 1937; CB 1919; CMG 1918; DSO 1915; VD

Born South Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 27 May 1877; s of late William Walter Alexander McNicoll, New South Wales and Ellen Ramsay; ...


Stockton, Rear-Adm. Charles Herbert, (13 Oct. 1845–31 May 1924)  

Born Philadelphia, Penn, US, 13 Oct. 1845; s of Rev. W. R. Stockton, DD, and Emma T. Stockton; m 1st, 1875, Cornelia Carter; 2nd, 1880, Pauline Lentilhon, d of Peter V. King of New York; one ...


Taylor, Col Robert Lewis, (1822–26 April 1906)  

CB 1859

Born 1822; 3rd s of James Taylor, Bombay CS; m 1862, Emma (d 1904), d of Sir William Cunningham Bruce, 7th Bt, and widow of Major Edward Henry Simpson, of the Bombay Cavalry; ...


Temple, Hope, (Madame André Messager), (1859–10 May 1938), composer  

Born Ireland (of English parents), 1859; née Alice Maude; m André Messager (d 1929); died 10 May 1938



Zavertal, Hon. Captain Ladislao Joseph Philip Paul, (29 Sept. 1849–29 Jan. 1942), Lieutenant and Conductor Royal Artillery Band, 1881–1906  

MVO 1901

Born Milan, 29 Sept. 1849; s of late V. H. Zavertal; m 1874, E. Charlotte, d of S. Wulf Dunallen, Glasgow; one d; died 29 Jan. 1942

Lieutenant and Conductor Royal Artillery Band, ...