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Campbell College Register 1894 - 1954
being the Fourth Edition of The Campbell College Register



this page (1) - September 1894 to September 1903
entries in italics from 1894 - 1938 Register (email me for any missing entries from this book as I haven't had time to add them to the site yet)


1. Adair, Thomas Louis Napoleon, b. 5th June, 1880, son of Hugh Adair, Glenavon, Cookstown. V., July, 1896. Linen Manufacturer. J.P. High Sheriff of Tyrone. Died. (M)

3. Adeley, William Lawrence, b. 3rd April, 1882, son of W. J. Adeley, Alexandra Gardens, Fortwilliam Park, Belfast. Brother of 715. III, Feb., 1896. Great War: Attd. Deccan Horse, later R.A.F. and R.A.S.C.; Capt., France and Salonika; Capt. in Reserve of Officers. Stockbroker, 32 Rosemary Street, Belfast. Died 26th March 1951

5. Ainslie, Charles Marshall, b. 8th October, 1878, son of Capt. E. M. Ainslie, 60th King's Royal Rifles. Com. April, 1895. 13th Battn. Irish Yeo., Boer War; 2nd Battn. Connaught Rangers; Commanded 30th Div. Train whole of Great War; later Commanded Khyber Ropeway Coy., R.A.S.C.; D.S.O., Croix de Guerre (Belge.), mentioned in despatches; Lieut.-Col., retired. (M)

10. Allen, James Wilson, b. 29th June, 1880, son of David Allen, Clonoriel, Strandtown, Belfast. Brother of 11. V., July, 1897. 1st XV. 1894-6; Construction Engineer, Maritime Telegraph and Telephone Co., Halifax, N.S., Canada. Died 25th August, 1938.

11. Allen, William Andrews, b. 15th Oct., 1878, son of David Allen, Clonoriel, Strandtown, Belfast. Brother of 10. Com. July, 1896. 1st XV., 1894-95. Canadian National Railways. Kicked the first goal scored for Campbell 1st XV. in a school match. Address:- 22 Cedar Avenue, Pointe Claire, Quebec, Canada. (M)

13. Andrews, Lennox, b. 14th Mar., 1878, son of John Andrews, J.P. Maxwell Court, Comber.  III., Feb., 1898. Architect with T. W. Henry, F.R.I.B.A., till 1932. Address: 111 University Street, Belfast (M).

14. *Archer, John, b. 17th Feb., 1879, son of John Archer, Home Villa, Knock, Belfast.  VI., July, 1897. Scholar. Queen's University. Sch. (Lit.), 1897-1900. Senior Sch. Ancient Classics, 1900. B.A. (R.U.I.), 1900. Solicitors' Final, 1904. Town Solicitor, Belfast Corporation, 1926-35. Town Clerk and Town Solicitor, Belfast Corporation, 1935-41. President O.C. Society, 1936-37. Trustee of Campbell College, 1937. Address; Rockport Lodge, Cushendun. (M.q.)

16. Barron, Robert, b. 16th March, 1878, son of Humphrey Barron, Fortwilliam Park, Belfast; brother of 812. III, Nov., 1895. House and Land Agent, Garfield Street, Belfast

22. Boas, Charles George, b. 21st Dec., 1878, son of Hermann Boas, Lennoxvale, Belfast. Com. July, 1896. Manufacturers' Agent in Belgium.

23. Boucher, Edwin Ross, b. 28th Feb., 1881, son of Joseph Boucher, Connsbrook Avenue, Belfast. IV., July, 1896. Great War; Lieut., Royal Irish Rifles. Commission Agent. Died 26th November, 1952. (M)

24. Bradley, Walter George, b. 13th October, 1879, son of John Bradley, Haypark House, Knock, Belfast. Com. July, 1895. Address; Craglea, Castlerock.

25. Bretland, Arthur White, b. 1882, son of J. C. Bretland, Craigavad, Co. Down. V, July, 1899. 1st Football XV, 1897-8; Civil Engineer; Deputy Chief Engineer, Great Southern Railways Coy. Address: Seapark, Malahide, Co. Dublin.

26. Broadbent, Cyril Douglas, b. 26th Oct., 1880, ward of William McMeekin, Bedford Street, Belfast. III, July, 1896. Went to Canada to Messrs. Eaton's. Address: 174, Morley Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. (M)

27. Brown, James Riddle, b. 16th Oct., 1881, son of Robert Brown, Wingfield Lodge, Bloomfield. V, July, 1896. To Methodist College. Died 1940.

28. Brown, Thomas Watters, b. 17th March, 1879, son of James A. Brown, Newtownards. Schol. April, 1895. Father of 2245 and 2365. Queen's College, Belfast; B.A. (R.U.I.), 1904; Barrister-at-Law, Ireland, 1907; King's Counsel, 1918; English Bar, Gray's Inn, 1919; represented North Down in Imperial Parliament, 1918-22; Solicitor General for Ireland, 1921; Attorney General for Ireland, 1921; Privy Council for Ireland, 1921; for Northern Ireland, 1922; appointed Judge of the High Court in Northern Ireland, Feb., 1922. President O.C. Society, 1922-23-24. Died 7th October, 1944 (M)

29. Bruce, Alexander Masson, b. 24th June, 1879, son of Wm. Bruce, Mount Oriel, Bloomfield, Belfast. VI, Nov., 1895. Agent. Died 23rd February, 1940.

30. Bulloch, John Lytle, b. 22nd Sept., 1879, son of Alex. Bulloch, Malone Road, Belfast. Com. July, 1896. Manufacturer, retired. Address: Orchard Hill, Craigavad, Co. Down. (M.q)

31. Caldwell, William, b. 11th Oct., 1875, son of James Caldwell, Mont Cecil, Bloomfield. Brother of 547. VI. Dec., 1897. (Senior Moderator), M.A., Sc.D. (T.C.D.), F.I.C., M.R.I.A., Fellow of the Chemical Society, London; Professor of Chemistry, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland; Prizeman in Chemistry; Andrews Student in Chemistry and Physics; 1851 Exhibition Research Scholar in Chemistry, Queen's College, Belfast; Wurzburg University, Bavaria; Senior Moderator and Gold Medallist in Experimental Science; Doctor of Science (stip. cond.), Trinity College, Dublin: late Senior Chemical Assistant, school of Physics, and late Lecturer in Chemistry to the Indian Civil Service school, Trinity College, Dublin.  Publications - Chemical Papers in the Transactions of the Royal Dublin Society; Journal of the Chemical Society, London; Biochemical Journal; Qualitative and Volumetric Analysis (J. & A. Churchill, London). Medical Doctor. Died 1st September, 1939. (M)

32. *Carson, William Harold, b. 1st June, 1877, son of Wm. Carson, J.P., Craigavad, Co. Down. Brother of 33 and 34. Father of 2669. VI, July, 1895. 1st XV, 1894-5 (Capt.); Solicitor; Address: Carnalea House, Crawfordsburn, Co. Down. (M)

34. Carson, John, b. 14th July, 1881, son of Wm. Carson, J.P., Craigavad, Co. Down. Brother of 32 and 33. IV, July, 1896. Flax Merchant. Address: Ingledene, Cultra, Co. Down.

35. Chamberlain, George Ashton, b. 28th April, 1881, son of Rev. Geo. Chamberlain, The Rectory, Carrickfergus. Father of 2528.  VI, Dec., 1895. Scholar. Trinity College, Dublin, B.A., 1904; M.A., 1908; B.D.; Editor, Church of Ireland Gazette, 1914-24; Rector, Mariners' Parish, Kingstown; Canon of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin, 1932. Address: The Rectory, Mariners' Church, Kingstown. (M.q)

36. Clegg, Henry, b. 11th Dec., 1882, son of R. H. Clegg, Newmarket Lodge, Knock, Belfast.  III, July, 1896. Great War: N.I. Horse. Died.

37. Corry, Alexander, b. 24th April, 1880, son of Robert Corry, Sandown House, Knock, Belfast. V, July, 1896. To Canada. Died 1940.

38. *Cowan, Francis Edward Patrick, b. 29th June, 1882, son of Sir Edward P. Cowan, Craigavad, Co. Down. Brother of 38.  V, July, 1896. Clifton College. Director Wm. Cowan, Ltd.; Chairman, 1930-35. Partner Somerville and Co., London Stock Exchange; Antrim R.G.A., 1904; Major on retirement, 1932. War Service, 1914-1917. Address: 3 Mornington Park, Bangor, Co. Down. (M)

43. Crofts, Freeman Willis, b. 1st June, 1879, ward of Ven. J. Harding, Archdeacon of Dromore.  VI, July 1896.  Apprentice Civil Engineering, 1896; District Engineer B. & N.C. Railway, Coleraine, 1900; Chief Assistant Engineer, L.M.S. (N.C.C.), 1922-29. Author of short stories and detective novels, including "The Cask" and "Sir John Magill's Last Journey," and a religious book. "The Four Gospels in One Story"; writing detective novels, short stories, B.B.C. short plays, etc. Elected Fellow of Royal Society of Arts, 1939.  Address: Rose Cottage, Blackheath, Guildford, Surrey. (M.q.) (Died 11th April 1957- from internet)

44. *Currie, Piers Alexander, b. 10th October, 1882, son of W. A. Currie, Woodburn, Holywood.  U.VI, July, 1901. School Prefect. 1st XI, 1900-01; 1st XV, 1898-99-00-01; Capt., 1901. St. John's College, Oxford. B.A. (Honours), Jurisprudence. College Football and tennis Colours. Barrister-at-Law (Honours in Final). Assistant Solicitor, Ministry of Health. O.B.E. (1931). Address: Woodside, Burdon Laen, Cheam, Surrey. (M) (Lane)

48. Davis, William Henry, b. 6th April, 1879, son of Rev. Canon W. H. Davis, St. Jude's Rectory, Belfast. Brother of 820 and 907.  V, Feb., 1896. 1st XV, 1894-5; Q.C.B. and R.U.I.; M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., 1904; M.D., 1908; Doctor of Medicine; Malcolm Exhibitioner, Royal Victoria Hospital; Clin. Asst. Nose, Throat and Ear Dept., W. London Hospital; Clin. Asst., Hospital for Sick Children, Great Ormond Street; author, "Notes on Rupture of Heart," "Lancet," 1909. Private practice. Address: Heathfield, 164 Regent's Park Road, Finchley, London, N.3. (M.q.)

50. Dewar, Elliott Paxton, b. 13th Dec., 1881, son of Rev. James Dewar, University Street, Belfast.  IV, April, 1896. L.C.R.P., L.R.C.S. (Edin.), L.R.F.P.S. (Glasgow), 1921; Tuberculosis Institute, Belfast. Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C. Believed dead.

51. Dickson, William Cooper, b. 3rd October, 1878, son of Hugh Dickson, Belmont, Belfast. Father of 2547 and 2738. Brother of 269. Com. July, 1895. Commission Agent. Died, August, 1944. (M).

52. Dobbin, Samuel, b. 19th October, 1879, son of Rev. A. Dobbin, The Manse, Boardmills, Lisburn.  LV, Feb., 1897.  Scholar.  Ulster Bank, 1897-1912; Accountant and Office Manager, Western Grocers Ltd., Winnipeg. Address: McKenzie Island, Ontario. (M)

54. *Doig, William, b. 2nd Nov., 1880, son of Wm. Doig, Ulsterville Avenue, Belfast.  Com. April, 1896.  Pharmaceutical Chemist.  M.P.S.  Retired.  Address: Kin-gower, Greenisland, Co. Antrim. (M.q)

55. *Dunwoody, Robert Brown, b. 19th April, 1879, son of Robert Dunwoody, Belfast.  VI, July, 1896.  1st XV, 1894-95-96.  1st XI, 1895-96.  A.M.I.C.E., F.C.I.S., F.R.G.S., O.B.E. (1920), C.B.E. (1924). Past President and Hon. Secy., Association of Secretaries of British Chambers of Commerce; Chief Secretary, Royal Commission on Canals and Waterways, 1910; Secretary to Government Canal Control Committee during Great War; Secy. to Industrial Advisers to U.K. delegates to Imperial Economic Conference, 1932. Author of various economic and other papers. President Old Campbellian Society, 1935-36.  Address: Runnington, Tadworth, Surrey. (M)

57. Elliott, David Beggs, b. 10th Sept., 1876, son of David Elliott, Ardroe, Cyprus Park, Belfast. Brother of 58.  VI, Nov., 1898.  1st XI, 1895-1989. Queen's College, Belfast. Maths. Scholar, 1896-97; Eng. Scholar, 1902-03; Civil Engineer and Architect; Assistant Surveyor Antrim Co. Council.  Played Rugby Football for Queen's College, 1902-03 and Association for Cliftonville, 1901 and 1903-05, and cricket for various Ulster clubs. Author of "Association Football." Died. (M)

58. Elliott, John McKean, b. 23rd Jan., 1880, son of David Elliott, Ardroe, Cyprus Park, Belfast. Brother of 57. U.VI, July, 1899. Scholar. 1st XI, 1898. Queen's College, Belfast. Scholar, 1899 and 1901. B.E. 1906. Civil Engineer. Died.

60. Erskine, Thomas Morley, b. 15th March, 1883, son of John Erskine, Whitehouse, Belfast.  Father of 2799.  IV, July, 1897.  Roofing Felt Manufacturer. Address: Prospect, Whitehouse, Co. Antrim.

62. *Ferguson, Hugh Reynolds MacKay, b. 3rd Nov., 1880, son of Rev. J. E. Ferguson, Randalstown.  U.VI, Oct., 1899. Scholar. School Prefect. 1st XV, 1896-7-8-9.  Q.C.B. Porter Scholar, 1901. 1st XV, 1899. B.A. (R.U.I.), 1902. Classical Scholar, T.C.D., 1904. Stewart Scholar in Science, 1905. Moderator in Classics and Natural Science, 1906. B.A., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., 1901. M.D. (Dublin), 1914. D.P.H., 1914. R.C.P.S.I. Retired from Colonial Service, 1931. F.R.I.P.H.H., 1930. S.M.O. and Specialist W.A.M.S., 1927. Author of Articles on Tropical Diseases.  Address: 116 Balmoral Avenue, Belfast. (M.q.)

65. Fisher, Chalmers Dempster Corbett, b. 6th Sept., 1880, son of J. R. Fisher, Melvin, Windsor Park, Belfast.  U.VI, Oct., 1899. Scholar; School Prefect.  1st XI, 1895-6-7-8-9, Capt., 1898. 1st XV, 1895-96-97-98-99; Capt., 1898-99. Classical Scholar, St. John's College, Oxford; 2nd Class Hons. Moderations; 3rd Class Hons, Lit. Hum.; Rugby Blue, 1902-03. B.A. Assistant District Commissioner, East African Protectorate, 1906-09. Great War: Capt., R.A.S.C. Director, Messrs. Corbett & Newson. Died 23rd December, 1952. (M)

68. Fitchie, Robert George, b. 18th Jan., 1881, son of James Fitchie, Maryville, Bloomfield, Belfast.  V, July, 1896.  Queen's College, Belfast.  Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin. L.D.S. Univ. of Pennsylvania.  D.D.S. Surgeon Dentist. Died 20th July, 1939.

69. Gabbey, Herbert James, b. 17th Sept., 1879, son of Wm. Gabbey, Princess Gardens, Belfast. Brother of 70.  Com. July, 1896. 1st XV, 1894-95-96. City Surveyor's Office, City Hall, Belfast. Died June, 1941.

70. Gabbey, Robert Alexander, b. 25th Feb., 1881, son of Wm. Gabbey, Princess Gardens, Belfast. Brother of 69. Nov., 1894. Farmer in Canada. Died February, 1952.

73. Garrett, Robert, b. 15th Jan., 1883, son of Edward Garrett, Lannevan, Knock, Belfast. Brother of 74. IV, July, 1898. Managing Director, Marsh & Co. (1928), Ltd., Belfast. Died 3rd July, 1948 (M)

75. Gething, Robert E., b. 7th May, 1880, son of Constantine Gething, Prince's park, Liverpool. Brother of 321.  VI, July, 1896. 1st XV, 1895-6. 1st XI, 1895-6. College de Morbaix, France. Univ. College, Oxford. B.A. (Hon. School of Jurisprudence), 1901. B.C.L. (Honours), 1903. M.A., 1905. Solicitors' Final Honours. Bar Final Certificate of Honour; Barrister-at-Law. Great War: Captain, R.A. Died.

76. Goldsmith, Arthur Stanley, b. 2nd July, 1881, son of Rev. Oliver Goldsmith, The Rectory, Greyabbey. Father of 2966.  LV, July, 1897. Scholar. Tea Planter in India. Address: Ardcarrick, Malahide. (M)

77. *Gotto, Robert Porter Corry, b. 20th Jan., 1881, son of Arthur C. Gotto, Rushmere, Belfast. Brother of 78.  V, July, 1896.  Cricket XI, 1895; 1st XV, 1894-5. 1895-6; Irish International Rugby XV. 1914-18 War: R.A.S.C., Capt., O.B.E. (Mil.); mentioned in despatches (2). Timber Importer: Managing Director, J. P. Corry & Co. Ltd., Belfast; Belfast Harbour Commissioners, 1927. C.B.E. D.L. Area Officer, Northern Ireland, Ministry of Supply Timber Control, 1939-1946. Address: The Laurels, Adelaide Park, Belfast. (M.x.q.)

78. Gotto, Louis Corry, b. 19th July, 1882, son of Arthur C. Gotto, Rushmere, Belfast. Brother of 77.  III, July, 1896. Director in J. P. Corry & Co. Ltd., Belfast. Address: The Corner, Myrtlefield Park, Belfast. (M.q.)

79. Graham, Samuel John, b. 14th August, 1879, son of Rev. T. S. Graham, LL.D., The Manse, Comber. Brother of 80, 81, 82 and 484. V, May, 1896. Queen's College, Belfast. L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S. Edin.; L.F.P.S., Glasgow; Resident Medical Superintendent, Belfast Mental Hospital. Died 13th September, 1951.

80. Graham, William Shepherd, b. 15th March, 1881, son of Rev. T. S. Graham, LL.D., The Manse, Comber. Brother of 79, 81, 82 and 484.  VI, May, 1900. F.Sch. Queen's College, Belfast. M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., R.U.I., 1908. Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C. Late Medical Superintendent, Somerset and Bath Mental Hospital. Address: 98 Sydenham Avenue, Strandtown, Belfast. (q.)

81. Graham, Thomas Saunders, b. 6th October, 1882, son of Rev. T. S. Graham, LL.D., The Manse, Comber. Brother of 79, 80, 82 and 484. Father of 2552 and 2689.  IV, July, 1899. Chartered Accountant, Johnstone & Graham.  Address: 11 Donegall Square South, Belfast. (M.q.)

82. *Graham, Norman Bell, b. 11th Sept., 1884, son of Rev. T. S. Graham, LL.D., The Manse, Comber. Brother of 79, 80, 81 and 484.  V, Nov., 1900. Queen's College, Belfast; B.A., R.U.I..1906; M.B., B.Ch. (Q.U.B.); D.P.M. (Camb.). Great War: R.A.M.C., 1915-1919, Capt., M.C. Late Resident Medical Superintendent, Purdysburn Hospital, Belfast. Address: Ardnagrena, Kilkeel, Co. Down. (M.q.)

83. Grange, Rochfort, b. 31st Jan., 1882, ward of E. M. Lewis, Nettlefield, Belfast.  III, July, 1897.  Rubber Planting.  Great War: Australian Imperial Forces.  Ministry of Agriculture.

84. Grimshaw, Ramsey Newsom, b. 30th October, 1876, son of N. W. Grimshaw, Clifton House, Cliftonville.  Vth Up., July, 1895.  1st XV, 1894-95. Mechanical Engineer, Marine Engineer, Engineer Lieutenant, R.N.R., 1915-19. Tobacco Planter and Land Owner. Died 2nd May, 1950.

87. Haslett, James Ross, b. 4th June, 1880, son of Sir James H. Haslett, Princess Gardens, Belfast.  Brother of 416.  III, Dec., 1896.  Capt., R.A.S.C., 1914-19.  Divisional Manager, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd.  Member of Board of N.I.R. Transport Board.  Died 1st September 1941.

88. Herriott, Thompson Parker, b. 23rd June, 1880, son of Thomson, Herriott, Ballymiscaw, Holywood.  L.VI, July, 1898.  In firm of Harland & Wolff, Ltd., Belfast since 1935.  Address: 34 Clonlee Drive, Belfast. (M.q.)

90. Hingston, John Herbert, b. 27th May, 1880, son of Wm. Hingston, Castlereagh Street, Belfast.  IV, July, 1895.  White Star Line.  Address: Trefern, Upper Road, Greenisland, Co. Antrim.

91. Hurley, Henry Hutchings, b. 15th Sept., 1881, son of Fredk. Hurley, Beaconsfield, Belfast.  L.VI., July, 1898.  Solicitor.  Third place and Special Certificate Solicitors' Final Examination, 1903.  Died 8th March, 1941. (M)

92. Hutton, Henry, b. 1st June, 1878, son of Henry Hutton, Wellington Park, Belfast. V, July, 1896.  With Messrs. H. Hutton & Co., 101 Cromac Street, Belfast.

95. Irvine, Arthur Edward S., b. 11th April, 1880, son of Rev. Dr. Irvine, Hampton, Malone Road, Belfast.  Feb., 1895.  Trinity College, 1898-1900; Q.C.B., 1900-05; R.C.S.P., L.R.C.P.I., L.R.C.S.I., L.M.I., 1905; R.A.M.C., 1905; D.S.O., 1916. Ordre du Merite Agricole, R.F., 1917. Mentioned in despatches 4 times. Lt.-Col., 1929.  Col., 1934.  A.D.M.S. Lahore District, 1934-47. Ulster XV/ v. Leinster & Munster, 1904-05. Medical Superintendent, Dumfries & Galloway, R., Infirmary.  Retired.  Address: Canonbury, Fortrose, Ross-shire.  (M.q.)

96. Jackson, William Finlay, b. 31st March, 1882, son of Wm. Jackson, 15 Rugby Road, Belfast.  Brother of 97 & 553.  V, July, 1897.  Cricket XI, 1897.  Managing Director, Henry Matier & Co. Ltd., New York. Died 7th June, 1939.  (M)

97. *Jackson, Robert John, b. 17th October, 1883, son of Wm. Jackson, 15 Rugby Road, Belfast.  Brother of 96 & 553.  VI, July, 1902.  Scholar.  School Prefect.  School. XV, 1899-1900-1-2. (Capt., 1901-2). Queen's College, Oxford, 1902-07.  Open Class Sch., 1901 Capt., College XV, 1901-02. B.A. (Oxon.), 1921. Judicial Commissioner, 1931. Retired, 1934.  Gray's Inn, called to Bar, 1924.  O.B.E., 1950. Chairman, N.I. Price Regulation Committee, 1945-51. Address: 21 Rosetta Park, Belfast. (q.)

98. Jaffe, William, b. 22nd Dec., 1883, son of Sir Otto Jaffe, Strandtown, Belfast.  II, July, 1896.  Emmanuel College, Cambridge.  B.A., 1907.  Chairman of T. H. Prosser & Sons, Ltd., 202 Holloway Road, London, N.7. Address: 88 Elm Park Road, Chelsea, London, S.W.3.  (M.q.)

100. Johnston, William Ernest George, b. 31st October, 1884, son of Sir James Johnston, Seaview, Shore Road, Belfast. Father of 2133.  VIth Up., June, 1903.  B.A. (R.U.I.), 1905. Director, James Johnston & Co. Ltd., Flax Merchants. President, O.C. Society, 1930-31-32.  Member of General Health Services Board.  High Sheriff, 1947; Deputy Lord Mayor the City of Belfast, 1948-49; Lord Mayor, 1949-51; Deputy Lieutenant, 1949; Knighted June, 1951. Died 26th October, 1951. (M)

103. Kennedy, William Martin, b. 23rd Feb., 1880, son of Wm. Kennedy, Church Road, Knock, Belfast.  Father of 2486.  VIth L, March, 1896.  Flax Buyer for Messrs. The Linen Thread Co. Ltd.  Died 6th March, 1947.  (M)

104. Kirk, Christopher Arthur, 31st Jan., 1880, son of Ernest Kirk, Clorinda Terrace, Cregagh Road, Belfast.  V, Jan., 1898.  B.A., R.U.I., 1900.  T.C.D.  Rector St. John's Girvan.  Retired., 1930.  Licensed Priest in Diocese of Carlisle from 1931.  Last known address: Ellangowan, Dumfries.  (M)

105. Laughlin, John Kennedy, b. 15t October, 1880, son of James A. Laughlin, Falls Road, Belfast.  Com. Nov., 1896.  Managing Director of McCrum, Watson & Mercer, Belfast.  Died 10th March, 1953.  (M)

106. Laverty, John, b. 9th Jan., 1880, son of John Laverty, Cambridge Street, Belfast.  V, April, 1896.  Director, Henry Laverty & Sons, Ltd., Builders and Contractors, Cambridge Street, Belfast.  Address: 474 Antrim Road, Belfast (q.)

113. *Lowry, Samuel Herbert, b. 1880, son of Mrs. Lowry, Woodland Villas, Strandtown, Belfast.  V, April, 1897.  Bank Manager, Ulster Bank.  Retired.  Address: 69 Galwally Avenue, Belfast.  (M.q.)

115. *McDowell, Francis William, b. 4th Sept., 1881, son of Francis McDowell, Claremont, Windsor Park, Belfast.  L.IV, Dec., 1895.  Partner in Francis McDowell & Co., Manufacturers.  Address: Westlands, Malone Road, Belfast,  (M.q.)

116. *MacKenzie, William Rich, b. 17th August, 1882, son of W. G. MacKenzie, M.D., 6 University Square, Belfast,  Matric., July, 1899.  Football XV, 1897-8-9; M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., 1909; L.R.C.S. (Edin.)  Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C.  Surgeon.  Address: c/o Brooklyn, 35 Bourne End Road, Northwood, Middlesex. (M)

119. Malcolm, John Manson, b. 21st Sept., 1882, son of John Malcolm, Chalcots, Shandon Park, Belfast.  I, July, 1895.  To Dungannon R.S. Accountant. Died 27th July, 1948.

120. *Malone, John, b. March, 1879, son of John Malone, Ashley Park, Belfast.  Brother of 121.  V, July, 1896.  1st XV, 1895-96.  L.D.S. (Edin.), Dental Surgeon.  Address: 16 Elmwood Avenue, Belfast.

123. Mathews, Charles Howard, b. 28th Nov., 1880, son of Thomas Mathews, Elmwood Avenue, Belfast.  Nov., 1894.  Queen's College, Royal College of Surgeons (Edin.), L.D.S., 1903.  Dental Surgeon.  Address: 11 Stranmillis Road, Belfast.

127. Milligan, Ernest Henry Marcus, b. 13th October, 1878, son of Seaton F. Milligan, Greenwood, Cavehill, Belfast.  VIth Up., April, 1895.  1st XV, 1894-95.  Methodist College, Queen's College, Belfast.  M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., R.U.I., 1906.  L.R.C.P., L.R.C.S., Ireland, 1906.  Queen's College, M.D., 1910.  D.P.H., R.C.S.I. 1911.  Contributed to various Medical Journals and Author of several Radio Plays.  M.O.H. for Glossop, Derbyshire (1920) and Long Eaton.  Med. Officer, Min. of Health.  Author of various medical publications.  Died 21st March, 1954.  (M)

129. Montgomery, John Howard, b. 21st June, 1878, son of Very Rev. Dr. Henry Montgomery, Lower Crescent, Belfast.  Brother of 130, 827 and 880.  Father of 1982 and 2268.  Matric., July, 1896.  R.U.I. and Edinburgh University, M.B., B.Ch. (Edin.), 1902.  Medical Superintendent, Matilda Hospital, Hong Kong, 1926-45. Hong Kong Defence Medal (1951).  Retired.  Address: 44 Bawnmore Road, Belfast.  (M.q.)

130. *Montgomery, Walter Ernest, b. 25th March, 1882, son of Very Rev. Dr. Henry Montgomery, Lower Crescent, Belfast. Brother of 129, 827 and 880.  Father of 2493.  VI, October. 1900.  Scholar.  Queen's College, Belfast, and Princeton Theological Seminary; B.A. (R.U.I.) 2nd Class Honours, 1904; Senior Scholar (Classics), Q.C.B., 1905; B.D. (Princeton), 1909.  Great War: With Chinese Labour Corps in France, 1917-18; 2nd Lieut.  Presbyterian Minister; Missionary in Formosa, retiring in 1949.  Address: Qualicum Beach, B.C., Canada.  (M.q.)

131. Moore, William Arthur, b. 21st Dec., 1880, son of Rev. W. Moore, St. Patrick's Parsonage, Newry.  VI, July, 1900.  Sch. School Prefect.  St. John's College, Oxford; Open Classical Scholar, 1900; 2nd Class Classical Mods.  president, Oxford Union Soc., 1904. President, Russell, Shaftesbury, and St. Patrick's Clubs, Oxford. B.A., 1904. Secretary to the Balkan Committee, 1904-08. Travelled S. Europe and Russia, 1905-09. Contributed articles to "Times" from Salonica, 1908.  First Western European to penetrate Central Albania, 1908. Special Correspondent in Persia. Besieged 100 days in Tabriz, and led the final sortie.  "Times" Correspondent, St. Petersburg, 1912-14.  Great War: Capt., Rifle Brigade; General Staff Officer, Third Grade; O.B.E.; Mentioned in despatches; Cavalier of the order of the Redeemer, 5th Class (Greece); Order  of the White Eagle (Serbia); Squadron-Leader, R.A.F., 1917; attached Military Missions, Roumania and Turkey, 1919; special Middle Eastern Correspondent, "The Times," 1919; Teheran, 1920-21; North-West Frontier, India, 1922. Editor "The New Age," 1922-23. Joined "The Statesman," Calcutta, as Assistant Editor, 1924. Elected Member of the Legislative Assembly, Delhi, 1926. Editor and Managing Director, "The Statesman," Calcutta, 1934-42.  1942-45 Public Relations Officer, H.Q., Supreme Allied Command, S.E. Asia. 1933-43, Chairman, Indian Branch British Empire Press Union and President, Indian and Eastern Newspaper Society.  Founded Bengal Flying Club and has been Chairman of Aero Club of India and Burma.  At Korean War. Publications (under pseudonym, "Antrim Oriel,"):  "The Miracle" (a Novel), 1908; "The Orient Express" (Travel), 1914: "This Our War," 1942.  Address: Savile Club, 69 Brook Street, London, W.1. (M.q.) (Saville)

132. Moore, James Herbert, b. March, 1879, son of Dr. Samuel Moore, Ballyalton, Newtownards.  VI.L, July, 1896.  Cricket XI, 1895. Q.C.B., 1897-1903. M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., R.U.I., 1903. Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C., 1916-1920.  1931, Surgeon, Union Castle Line. Died September, 1945.

133. Murdoch, John, b. 8th Nov., 1878, son of John Murdoch, Tannybrake, Kells, Ballymena.  VI Up., Nov, 1895. Trinity College, Dublin. B.A., 1900; Senior Moderator in Natural Science; M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. (1905); M.D., 1905. Died 22nd August, 1947, 1947. (M)

134. Murray, Hugh Meharry, b. 17th May, 1880, son of W. A. Murray, Ponsonby Avenue, Belfast.  IV, July, 1896.  Private Tuition, 1896-98. Manager of York Street Flax Spinning & Weaving Co. Ltd., Henry Street, Belfast.  Retired.  Address: 3 Manselton Park, Bangor, Co. Down. (q.)

136. McCulloch, Thomas Price, b. 10th June, 1879, son of Henry McCulloch, Knock, Belfast.  III, Nov., 1895.  Accountant.  Died.  (M)

138. *McCutcheon, Walter Abbot, b. 15th July, 1878, son of Samuel McCutcheon, Ballyskeagh, Newtownards.  Com. April, 1896.  Father of 2273, 2707 and 30305. Managing Director, Linen Business. Address: 23 Ormiston Drive, Knock. (M.q.)

139. McGown, Jackson, b. 10th July, 1879m son of Jackson McGown, Windsor park, Belfast. Brother of 140.  VI, Dec., 1895.  Great War: Major, R.A.O.C.; D.A.D.O.S., M.C., mentioned in despatches. O.B.E.  Died 15th January, 1952.

141. *McDonald, John M., b. 8th March, 1880, son of James McDonald, St. James' Villas, Antrim Road, Belfast.  VIth Up., July 1898.  R.U.I. and Edinburgh University.  M.B., B.Ch., Edin., 1903. Address: 112 Antrim Road, Belfast. (M)

142. *McDonald, Charles Seaver, b. 27th April, 1881, son of J. T. McDonald, Belfast; Brother of 143.  IV, Dec., 1895.  Branch Manager, Scottish Temperance Insurance Co.  Address: Hollycroft, The Downsway, Sutton, Surrey.

144. McDowell, Frederick, b. 5th October, 1881, son of James McDowell, Sunnymount, Malone Park, Belfast.  L.IV, April, 1896. 1sr XV, 1895-96. Died 15th October, 1940.

146. *McHutchinson, George Browne, b. 2nd August, 1881, son of John McHutchinson, Dundela Park, Strandtown.  IV, Dec., 1896. Private Tuition, Toulouse, France, 1898-1900.  T.C.D., B.A., 1904.  M.B., M.D., 1909.  D.T.M., Liverpool, 1921; D.T.H., Liverpool, 1930. Medical Officer, Singapore Hospital, Malayan Med. Service. Lect. Surgery, King Edward VII Coll. Med., 1910. District Surgeon, Pahang, F.M.S., 1911. Resigned, 1912. Private Practice, Taiping, 1912.  Retired, ill-health, 1932. President, B.M.A., Malaya, 1924. Capt. (Reserve), South African Med. Corps, 1941-45. Address: Chartered Bank of India, 38 Bishopsgate, London, E.C.2. (M.q.)

148. McIlroy, James Rea, b. 12th July, 1879, son of Brice McIlroy, Clanroy, Bloomfield, Belfast.  V, July, 1896. To Glasgow. Died c. 1941. (M)

149. McKean, Edward John, b. 28th March, 1880, son of Edward McKean, Rosaville, Fortwilliam Park, Belfast. Brother of 150. Father of 2930.  VI, July, 1899.  Scholar.  Football XV, 1896-7-8-9.  School Prefect.  St. John's, Oxford; Classical Ex., 1899; Casberd school, 1903; Trinity College, Dublin. Honours in Constitutional, Civil and Criminal Law; Certificate of Honours at Benchers of King's Inns Exam., 1905. Barrister-at-Law, K.C. Died 6th June, 1942.

151. McKean, Alexander Whytock, b. 11th March, 1883, son of Rev. W. McKean, D.D., The Manse, Strandtown, Belfast. Brother of 575 and father of 2388.  III, July, 1901. Architectural Agent. Died 28th September, 1948. (M.)

155. McKitrick, George Evelyn, b. 2nd August, 1879, son of John McKitrick, Duncairn Terrace, Belfast.  L.VI, July, 1895.  Retired from Belfast Banking Co. Ltd.  Address: Belfast Banking Co. Ltd., Waring Street, Belfast. (M.q.)

156. Nelson, William Herbert Niall, b. 22nd March, 1883, son of Omar C. Nelson, Doon, Cultra, Co. Down.  IV, April, 1899.  Fettes College, 1899-1901.  Solicitor;  Admiralty Marshal, High Court of Justice, N.I.; Notary Public, Commissioner for Oaths; Governor of Campbell College.  Chairman, 1936-7-8.  Died 21st May, 1953. (M.)

157. Nettleton, Harold Redmayne, b. 16th April, 1884, son of J. A. Nettleton, Barrosa Terrace, The Mount, Belfast.  L.IV, April, 1896.  B.Sc., 1903.  M.Sc. Phys., 1916.  D.Sc. Physics, 1922, London University.  Lecturer in Physics in University of London. (M.)

158. Patton, Grahame, b. 28th July, 1879, son of Rev. Alex. Patton, D.D., Bangor, Co. Down.  Brother of 778 and 779.  L.VI, July, 1895.  1st XV, 1894-95.  Ulster Bank.  L.R.C.P.I. AND L.R.C.S.I. and L.M., 1908; D.P.H. (Belf.), 1921.  Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C.  Late D.C.M.S.  Ministry of Pensions.  M.O.H. Hexham, Northumberland.  Died 3rd February, 1945.

159. Pinion, Charles Alexander, b. 29th Sept., 1878, son of James Pinion, 27 Wellington Park, Belfast.  VI, July, 1895.  Last known address: 6 Lower Crescent, Belfast.

161. *Presho, Christopher John, b. 7th Nov., 1878, son of Christopher Presho, Belmont Lodge, Knock, Belfast.  VI, Jan., 1896.  Trinity College, Dublin.  B.A., 1905; B.E., 1905; Leather Merchant.  Director, C. Presho & Sons, Ltd., Belfast and C. Presho & Sons, (Dublin), Ltd., Dublin.  Address: 13 Talbot Street, Belfast. (q.)

168. Robb, Campbell Galway, b. 25th Feb., 1882, son of Mrs. Robb, Eglantine Avenue, Belfast.  VI, July, 1899.  D.Sch.  Cricket XI, 1897-8-9.  Football, 1896-7-8-9. Queen's College.  Irish XV, 1904-5-6.  M.B., B.Ch., R.U.I., 1905.  Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C., 1914.  Mentioned in despatches.  Retired 1919.  Egyptian Government Service, Public Health Dept., 1911-1919.  P.M.O. Egypt State Railways, 1919-23.  Retired.  Address: Seckford House, Market Hill, Woodbridge, Suffolk.  (M.q.)

170. Robb, Robert Campbell, b. 20th Feb., 1883, son of Kirker Robb, Kirk-Bringhean, Somerton Road, Belfast.  II, April, 1896.  Competed in Olympic Games, London, 1908.  Great War: Sub-Lieut., R.N.A.S.  Business - Real estate.  Died 23rd October, 1941.

174. Russell, James Rowley, b. 20th Feb., 1881, son of Wm. Russell, 23 University Square, Belfast.  V, Jan., 1898.  1st XV., 1896-7.  1st XI, 1895-97.  Linen Merchant.  Died 21st September, 1945.  (M)

176. Seeds, James, b. 25th Nov., 1879, son of Robert Seeds, 4 Grasmere Terrace, Hopefield, Belfast.  Brother of 177, IV, April, 1896.  Great War: 1917-19, Gunner, R.G.A., France and Belgium.  Estate Agent.  Retired.  Died 27th February, 1954.  (M.)

177. Seeds, John, b. 8th June, 1881, son of Robert Seeds, 4 Grasmere Terrace, Hopefield, Belfast.  Brother of 176.  IV, July, 1896., F.R.I.B.A., Architect.  President of the Royal Society of Ulster Architects, 1926-27.  Member of Ancient Monuments Council, Art Advisory Council, Planning Advisory Board, and National Trust Committee for Northern Ireland.  Address: 24 Downview Avenue, Belfast.  (M.q.)

178. *Shaw, Thomas Brown, b. 19th May, 1879, son of Thomas Shaw, Kirkcubbin, Co. Down.  Brother of 303.  VI, July, 1896.  Scholar.  1st XV., 1894-95.  Capt., 1st XV, 1895-6.  Edinburgh University, M.B., Ch.B., with Honours.  Allen Fellowship in Clinical Surgery and Medicine, 1901.  First Place R.N. Medical, 1901.  Great War: M.O. in charge of H.M.S. Falmouth in Battle of Heligoland.  Surgeon Commander, 1915. Professor of Hygiene and Director of Medical Studies, R.N.C., Greenwich, 1923.  Surgeon Rear-Admiral, 1934.  Retired.  Many contributions in preventative Medicine in Medical Journals.  Author of text-book on Naval Hygiene, published, 1929.  Appointed J.P. for the County of Hampshire in 1943.  Served on Medical Recruiting Boards.  1943-45, M.O. in charge of Gosport First Aid Post.  Address: Tudor House, Lee-on-Solent, Hants.

180. Shaw, William McCausland, b. 17th Nov., 1880, son of Martin Shaw, Ellerslie, Dundela Avenue, Belfast.  Father of 2302.  IV, Dec., 1896.  Seed Buyer, Samuel McCausland, Ltd.  Died 18th July, 1948.  (M.)

181. Shepperd, Edward Randle, b. 19th May, 1881, son of H. J. Shepperd, Merton, Annadale Avenue, Belfast.  IV, July, 1895.  Linen Business.  Retired.  Air Raid Warden, 1939-45.  Address: 93 Dunbar Road, Birkdale, Southport, Lancs.  (M.q.)

186. Smythe, Fred Edwards (now Fred Edward Smythe-Edwards), b. 7th April, 1881, son of S. Edward Smythe, Fairview, Strandtown, Belfast.  Brother of 187.  Jan, 1897.  J.P.  Apiarian and Poultry Farmer.  1910: Canvasser and speaker in England and Scotland against Irish Home Rule.  Elder, Bovevagh Presbyterian Church and Trustee of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland.  Address: Finvola, 12 Finaghy Road South, Belfast.  (q.)

188. Sparrow, Joseph James Knox, b. 11th October, 1881, son of Mrs. Sparrow, Marine View, Greenisland.  Brother of 189 and 308.  VI, July, 1896.  Indian Engineering College, Coopers Hill, 1899.  P.W.D., 1903.  Great War: Mesopotamia, Royal Corps of Signals, Major, M.C.  Managing Director of Knutsford Motors Ltd., Knutsford.  Ulster Rugby Trial, 1902.  Address: 4 Tabley Road, Knutsford, Cheshire.  (M.x.q.)

189. Sparrow, Henry Hope Knox, b. 23rd April, 1884, son of Mrs. Sparrow, Marine View, Greenisland.  Brother of 188 and 308.  II, Jan., 1896, Naval School, Gosport.  L.R.C.P.I. and L.M., L.R.C.S.I. and L.M., 1911.  Medical Officer, No. 5 District, Nottingham.  Address: 2 Dale Street, Sneiton Road, Nottingham.

190. Stelfox, Sydney Herbert, b. 27th June, 1878, son of James Stelfox, Oakleigh, Belfast.  Brother of 311.  VI, July, 1896.  School Prefect, Victoria University (Leeds), B.Sc. (Hon. in Engineering), 1903.  Engineer.  Lecturer in Engineering, Leeds University, 1913-19.  H.M. Inspector (Tech. Branch), Board of Education.  Retired, 1938.  Now mainly at out-by farms in Cagnetdale.  Address: P.O. Harbottle and 87 Holywell Avenue, Whitley Bay, Northumberland.

192. *Stephens, Edward Rowley, b. 12th June, 1878, son of William Henry Stephens, Holywood.  Brother of 193 and 194.  Up. VI, March, 1895.  Ship Broker and Timber Agent.  Address: Winshill, Holywood, Co. Down.  (M.q.)

193. *Stephens, John Kyle, b. 14th May, 1880, son of William Henry Stephens, Holywood, Co. Down.  Brother of 192 and 194, and father of 2715.  VI, Up., July, 1896.  J.P. for Co. Down.  F.R.I.C.S. Chartered Quantity Surveyor.  1914-18 War: Capt., R.E.; M.B.E. (Military). Mentioned in despatches.  Deputy Commissioner, War Damage Commission, since 1941.  Address: Stand Lodge, Malone Road, Belfast.  (M.q.)

194. Stephens, Barton Theodore, b. 31st Oct., 1882, son of William Henry Stephens, Holywood, Co. Down.  Brother of 192 and 193.  V, July, 1898.  R.M.A., Woolwich, 1901.  Major, R.G.A.  Died 8th March, 1950.

195. Taylor, Archibald Cotton, b. 23rd April, 1883, ward of E. J. Cotton, Elsinore, Whiteabbey.  II, April, 1895.  London Stock Exchange since 1900.  Great War: Joined Rifle Brigade, 1914; commissioned R.I. Rifles, 1915; mentioned in despatches.  Resigned with rank of Captain, 1919.  Stockbroker.  Died 1st October, 1938.

196. *Taylor, James Connolly, b. 11th Sept., 1882, son of Henry Taylor, Enid, Knock, Belfast.  Father of 2895, 2896 and 3143.  L.VI, July, 1899.  Scholar.  1st Place and Gold Medal, Solicitors' Prelim., 1899.  Solicitor.  President of the Incorporated Law Society of N.I., 1932-33.  Address: 53 Hawthornden Road, Knock, Belfast.  (M.q.)

197. Thompson, George Ritchie, b. 19th August, 1878, son of G. Thompson, Marlborough Park, Belfast.  VI, July, 1897.  Prefect.  Cricket XI, Capt., 1895-6-7. Scholar of Sidney Sussex, Cambridge, 1896; 14th Wrangler, Math. Trip., 1900; R.U.I., M.A., Studentship, 1902; Junior Fellow, 1906.  Assistant Master at Campbell College, Harrow and Holt.  Housemaster at Holt, 1920-36.  Retired.  Died January, 1945.  (M.)

204. Watson, Samuel Crawford, bb. 22nd Nov., 1879, son of John Watson, Rosemount, Knock, Belfast.  IV, April, 1895.  Irish Representative for C. Chancellor & Co., London.  Last known address: 13 Ravenhill Park, Belfast.

205. Weir, William, b. 27th August, 1879, son of Wm. Weir, Springfield House, Belfast.  Father of 2223.  Com. July, 1895.  1st XV.  Formerly Managing Director, Springfield Spinning Co. Ltd., and later Standard Finishing Co. Ltd.  Died 7th January, 1944.  (M.)

206. Webb, Richard Randall, b. 14th Nov., 1884, son of Richard T. Webb, Rath House, Knock, Belfast.  Brother of 558, 634 and 961.  Nov., 1894.  Great War: Lieut., Motor Despatch Riders, R.E.  Linen Manufacturer.  J.P. for County Down.  Address: Culreagh, Warren Road, Donaghadee, Co. Down.

208. White, James Edmund, b. 24th Sept., 1877, son of James White, 2 Tudor Gardens, Belfast.  Com. July, 1895.  1st XV.  In business of White, Tomkins, Courage & Co. Ltd.  Artists' Rifles, 1902-10.  (M.)

210. Wilkinson, Robert Sidney, b. 27th April, 1884, son of John Wilkinson, Greenoge, Strandtown, Belfast.  Brother of 209, 247, 362 and 469.  II, July, 1898.  Queen's College, Belfast, 1910-17, Railway construction, S. America, Siam and Australia;  1922-30, Arterial road construction in England; survey and construction of hydraulic works in Greece.  Address: c/o. H. Boot and Sons Ltd., Larissa, Thessaly, Greece, and Royal Empire Society, Northumberland Avenue, London, W.C. 2.

213. Wise, James Berkeley, b. 5th Sept., 1881, son of Berkeley D. Wise, Silverstream House, Greenisland.  V, July, 1895.  Monkton Combe School, Bath, 1895-99.  A.M.I.C.E., F.R.G.S.  Great War: Capt., R.E. Croix de Guerre (Belge).  Railway Engineer.  Gold Coast Railway Surveys, Kumasi, W. Africa.  Royal Observer Corps, 1939-43.  Retired.  Address: Riverdene, Granary Lane, Budleigh, Salterton, Devon.  (M.q.)

214. *Young, Benjamin, b. 4th Nov., 1877, son of James Young, Abbotscroft, Whiteabbey.  Brother of 215.  VI< Up., July, 1895.  Boer War: Natal Field Artillery and Imperial Light Horse.  Great War: Lieut.-Col. in Command of 10th Infantry, German South West Africa, France, 1915-18.  D.S.O., mentioned in despatches.  Farming.  Address: Glen Erin, Alexandria, Cape Province.

215. Young, Charles Octavius Hedderwick, b. 20th Oct., 1879, son of James Young, Abbotscroft, Whiteabbey.  Brother of 214.  Com. July, 1895.  South African War, 1900.  Accountant, National Bank of South Africa, 1913, and then went to Buenos Aires.  Retired from business, 1927, owing to ill-health.  Great War: Lieut, R.E.  Died 27th May, 1939.  (M.)


216. Browne, James Scott, (later James Scott Scott), b. 19th May 1879, son of Robert Browne, Ashfield House, Ravenhill Road, Belfast,  V, Jan., 1896.  Director, H. J. Scott & Co., Belfast.  Died 24th February, 1948.

217. Boyce, James, b. 15th Oct., 1879, son of Mrs. Boyce, 1 Skegoniell Avenue, Belfast. (Skegoniel) VI, January, 1896.  Tropical Agriculture and Rubber Planter, Malacca Rubber Plantations.  Retired.

221. Coates, William Hojel Charters, b. 2nd May, 1883, son of Wm. Coates, Osborne Park, Belfast.  Brother of 751.  IV, April, 1897.  De Aston School, Market Rasen.  C.M.I.E.E., 1920. Electrical Engineer.  Inventor with F. R. Hill and G. E. V. Thomas of process for curing rubber latex.  Retired.  1915-19, R.F.A.  Major, M.C., 1940-44.  R.A.F. Sqd.-Ldr.  Publications:- Trading Conditions in South Africa.  Address: 7 Essendine Road, London W. 9.  (M.q.)

224. *Glenny, Edmund, b. 13th March, 1878, son of Rev. R. E. Glenny, Clonallon Rectory, Warrenpoint.  Brother of 225, 226 and 452.  VI, Dec., 1895.  1sr XV, 1894-5.  T.C.D.  Treble Gold Medallist and Prizeman.  Royal Coll. of Surgeons; L.R.C.P. and S.I. and L.M. (with Honours), 1901; F.R.C.S.I., 1904.  Late Colonial Surgeon in Govt. Service, F.M.S.  Retired to South Africa.  Address: c/o Barclays Bank, 359 West Street, Durban.

225. Glenny, Bertram James, b. 19th Oct., 1879, son of Rev. R. E. Glenny, Clonallon Rectory, Warrenpoint.  Brother of 224, 226 and 452.  Father of 2253.  V, Dec., 1895.  A.M.I.M.E. Electrical Engineer.  Address: Russett Roof, Newcastle, Co. Down.  (M.x.)

226. Glenny, Percy Augustus, b. 19th August, 1881, son of Rev. R. E. Glenny, Clonallon Rectory, Warrenpoint.  Brother of 224, 225 and 452.  III, July, 1895.  Electrical Engineer and Contractor.  Engineer to B.C.E.R. Co., Victoria, B.C.  Address: Ulster Bungalow, 434 Vincent Avenue, Victoria, Vancouver Is., B.C.  (M.)

227. Jackson, James, b. 27th Feb., 1880, son of Samuel Jackson, 1 Mount Delphi, Antrim Road, Belfast. Brother of 228.  L.VI, July, 1898.  1st XV, 1897-8.  Linen Business.  Retired.  Address: 400 Ravenhill Road, Belfast.  (M.q.)

228. Jackson, Samuel, b. 22nd Sept., 1882, son of Samuel Jackson, 1 Mount Delphi, Antrim Road, Belfast.  Brother of 227.  V, Nov., 1898.

231. *Park, John Edgar, b. 7th Match, 1879, son of Rev. Wm. Park, M.A., Belfast.  VI, Oct., 1897.  Scholar.  Science Scholar; First Prizeman in Logic, English and Metaphysics, Queen's College, Belfast; A.B. with Honours in Mod. Literature, Royal University, Ireland; studied also at Edinburgh University, Leipzig University and Princeton University; Author of 12 Volumes of Fiction, Essays, etc., Contributor to leading Reviews and Magazines; College Preacher and Lecturer at Harvard, Yale, Williams, Amherst, Wellesley Colleges, etc., D.D., LL.D., President, Emeritus, 1944, Wheaton College, Norton, Massachusetts.  Address: Osterville, Massachusetts.  (M.q.)

233. Rogers, James Shaw, b. 1st June, 1879, son of H. Rogers, The Hill, Monaghan.  VI, Dec., 1895.  Royal College of Science (Ireland); A.M.I.C.E.; 1914-18 War: Lieut., Royal Engineers in France.  Retired.  Address: 6 Brownlow Road, Ellesmere, Salop.  (M.q.)


238. Anderson, James, b. 6th August, 1879, son of John Anderson, Greenwood, Belfast.  Brother of 239 and 666.  U.V., Dec., 1896.  Ulster Bank.  Stockbroker.  Retired.  Address: 52 Kinson Grove, Kinson, Bournemouth, Hants.

239. Anderson, Andrew Newton, b. 6th September, 1880, son of John Anderson, Greenwood, Belfast.  Brother of 238 and 666, and father of 2585.  U.V, Dec., 1896.  Solicitor, 1902.  Assistant Secretary, Ulster Unionist Council, 1906-14.  Private Secy. to Lt.-Col. James Craig, M.P.  A.A. and Q.M.G. 36th (Ulster Div.), 1914-15.  Great War: R. Irish Rifles, 1915-19.  Clerk of the Crown for N.I., 1923.  Under Treasurer of the Inn of Court of N. Ireland.  O.B.E.  Died 10th May, 1950.  (M.)

240. Bingham, Henry Herbert Shaen, b. 22nd February, 1881, ward of J. V. Stevenson, D.I., 4 Ravenhill Terrace, Belfast.  Brother of 241.  IV, Nov., 1898.  Served through the Boer War in Ulster Yeomanry.  South African Medal, 4 Bars.  Irish Swimming Championship (100 and 200 yards), 1901; holder of Ulster Records for 100 and 200 yards; appointed J.P. for Co. Mayo, 1905.  High Sheriff for Co. Mayo, 1919.  Landowner.  Address: The Croft, Pit Farm Road, Guildford, Surrey.  (M.q.)

244. Roe, Hamilton Knutson Deane (now Deane, Hamilton), b. 2nd Dec., 1879., son of Henry J. D. Roe, Knock Mullin, New Ross.  V, Feb., 1896.  Theatrical Actor-Manager and Dramatist.

245. Smyth, James Douglas, b. 4th March, 1883, son of James D. Smyth, Milltown House, Banbridge.  Brother of 183 and 184.  II, July, 1896.  Director, Wm. Smyth & Co., Bleachers, Lenaderg.  Director, William Ewart & Sons Ltd., New York Branch.  Address: Wm. Ewart & Sons, Ltd., Bedford Street, Belfast, and Milltown House, Lenaderg, Co. Down.

247. Wilkinson, William Frederick, son of John Wilkinson, Greenoge, Strandtown, Belfast.  Brother of 209, 210, 362 and 469.  VI, Feb., 1896.  To Australia, 1927.  Later to New Zealand.  Own soft goods factory.  Retired.  Address: 36 Poole Crescent, Wainui-o-mata, Wellington, N.Z.  (M.x.q.)


248. Birch, Arthur Durham, b. 30th March, 1882, son of Mrs. Birch, Donaghta, Greencastle.  III, April, 1897.  Draughtsman.

249. De Wind, Edmund, b. 11th December, 1883, son of H. De Wind, Castle Street, Comber.  V, Dec., 1900.  Bank of Ireland Official till 1911.  Bank of Commerce in Canada, 1911-14.  Private, 3rd Canadian Regt., 1914. Machine Gun Sec., 31st Canadians, 1915-17. 2nd Lieut., 15th Batt. Royal Irish Rifles, 1917. Killed in Action at St. Quentin, 21st March, 1918.  V.C.  "For most conspicuous bravery and self-sacrifice on the 21st March, 1918, at the Race Course Redoubt near Grougie.  For several hours he held this most important post, and though twice wounded and practically single-handed., he maintained his position until another section could be got to his help.  On two occasions, with two N.C.O.'s only, he got out on top under heavy machine and rifle fire, and cleared the enemy out of the trench, killing many.  He continued to repel attack after attack until he was mortally wounded and collapsed.  His valour, self-sacrifice, and example were of the highest order.' (Supplement to the "London Gazette," 15th May, 1919).

250. Ewart, Robert Heard, b. 5th Nov., 1879, son of Sir William Quartus Ewart, Strandtown, Belfast.  Brother of 251.  V, July, 1896.  T.C.D., B.A. (1911).  Baronet.  Director, Wm. Ewart & Sons, Ltd.  Died 12th August, 1939.

252. Hanna, John, b. 3rd June, 1879, son of John Hanna, Ballystockart, Dundonald.  III, July, 1897.  Timber business.  Died 30th January, 1944.
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253. Rogers, John Sydney, b. 8th Dec., 1879, son of John Rogers, Ardnareagh, Belfast.  Brother of 171.  VI, July, 1896.  1st XV, 1895-6.  1st XI, 1895-6. Member of Ulster Transport Authority, Chairman, 1951-53. Address: 16 Deramore Park, Malone Road, Belfast.  (M.q.)

255. Small, Alexander, b. 21st Oct., 1882, son of Robert Small, Markethill, Co. Armagh.  Father of 2317 and 2646.  III, April, 1899.  Great War: Lieut., R. Irish Fusiliers.  Mentioned in despatches.  Address: 31 Lansdowne Road, Belfast. (M.)


256. Agnew, William Lawrence, b. 1st August, 1881, son of William Agnew, 37 Wellington Place, Belfast.  brother of 476.  IV, July, 1896.  Great War: Lieut., 54th Batt. Australian Infantry. Died 24th August, 1946.

259. Atkinson, Charles Vincent McCarthy, b. 2nd Nov., 1879, son of J. H. Atkinson, Calcutta.  Matric., July, 1896.  First Campbellian to go to India - Indian Police.  District Superintendent (retired).  Died April, 1944.

260. Bain, John Malcolm, b. 5th August, 1884, son of John Bain, Ardilea, Greenisland, Co. Antrim.  L.V., Dec., 1900.  Insurance Broker.  last known address: 10 Queen Street, London, E.C.4.

261. *Bennet, Edward, b. 26th October, 1880, son of E. M. Bennet, Kilrea.  VI, October, 1899.  Scholar.  Junior Ex., T.C.D., 1899.  Senior, 1903.  Senior Moderator B.A., Legal and Political Science.  LL.B. and LL.D., 1904.  Archbishop Whatley Prizeman, 1903.  Indian Civil Service, 1903.  B.L., Inner Temple, London, 1922.  Permanent Judge, High Court, Allahabad, 1932.  Author of "Idylls of the East" and "Shots and Snapshots in British East Africa."  Farming 1,807 acres in Kenya since retirement in 1940.  Address: Riverside Farm, P.O.  Rongai, Kenya Colony.  (M.q.)

262. *Blackhall, John Stanley, b. 9th Jan., 1883, son of A. M. Blackhall, Broomsgrove, Bloomfield, Belfast.  III, July, 1898.  Engineer, Belfast City Transport.  Address: The Knowes, Millisle, Co. Down.

265. Clarendon, William Randall Slack, b. 20th Nov., 1882, son of Rev. T. W. Clarendon, B.D., The Rectory, Maralin.  Father of 3943.  III, Dec., 1895.  T.C.D., B.A., 1904.  Great War: Capt., R. Inniskilling Fusiliers.  Former Rector of Templepatrick.  Address: 4 Ebrington Gardens, Belfast.  (M.)

266. Corry, Stanley Percival, b. 9th Sept., 1880, son of R. W. Corry, Benvue, Windsor Park, Belfast.  Father of 1866 and 1867.  Com. Dec., 1895.  1st XV, University College School.  Director of Ulster Motor Works, Ltd., and Ideal Planning, Ltd.  Winner of Men's Doubles, Ulster Tennis Championship and Irish Tennis Championship, 1922.  Died, Nov., 1944.  (M.)

274. Faris, John George, b. 9th Feb., 1880, son of Rev. Charles Faris, Cathedral Close, Armagh.  Brother of 275 and 1025.  VI, July, 1898.  Scholar; School Prefect; School Football XV, 1896-7-8; Cricket XI, 1897-8 (Capt.); Royal Military College; Sandhurst Football XV, 1898-9; Commission, Jan., 1900; O.B.E.; Croix-de-Guerrs; p.s.c.; Lt.-Col., Indian Army (retired).  Died, 1952.

275. Faris, Romney Robinson, b. 18th July, 1881, son of Rev. Charles Faris, Cathedral Close, Armagh.  Brother of 274 and 1025.  VI, July, 1900.  Scholar.  School Prefect;  1st XI, 1899-1900; 1st XV, 1899-1900; T.C.D., B.A., 1903.  B.A.I., 1903; A.M.I.C.E., 1907.  Civil Engineer.  In Rostrevor, Co. Down (1951). (M.)

277. Gilliland, Hans, b. 17th Jan., 1885, son of W. J. Gilliland, Gresham Chambers, Royal Avenue, Belfast.  I, Dec., 1895.  Edinburgh University, M.B., Ch.B., 1912.  Address: Mullaboden, Ballymore, Eustace, Co. Kildare.

278. Gordon, Annesley De Rinzy, b. 11th Nov., 1882, son of Samuel Gordon, Mountkearney, Newry.  Brother of 279.  III, July, 1896.  Qualified M.R.C.V.S., Royal Dick Vet. College; College Bursary, Gold Medallist in Pathology and Bacteriology and Surgery; Egyptian Civil Service, 1905-1919.  Great War: Served with B.E.F. in the R.A.V.C.; mentioned in despatches (three times); D.S.O.; O.B.E.; Lieut.-Col.; now farmer.  Address: Mountkearney, Newry.

281. Hackett, Thomas Dalby Hutcheson, b. 19th September, 1881, son of Very Rev. Dr. T. A. P. Hackett, Dean of Limerick, The Deanery, Limerick.  Brother of 520.  VI, July, 1900.  Scholar.  School Prefect; 1st XV, 1898-9-1900.  Commission in Army direct from School.  R.H.A. and R.F.A., 1900-08; transferred to Indian Army, 32nd Lancers, 1908.  Appointed to Burma Commission, 1910.  Warden, Burma Oilfields, 1910. Assistant Commissioner, Thayetmyo, 1911-12; Warden, Burma Oilfields, 1913.  Rejoined 32nd Lancers, 1914.  Transferred to Burma Military Police on outbreak of rebellion on N.E. Frontier.  Commandant, Shewbo Battalion, Military Police, 1917-18.  Commanded Mobile Columns, Burma-Assam Frontier and appointed Political Officer this area, 1918.  Annexed SOMRA TRACT (700 sq. miles) and made 250 miles mule roads opening up communications to FORT KEARY -  a post built at a height of 8,000 ft., 1919.  "As for SOMRA TRACT no white man has ever traversed it" - Burma Government Report No. 5191 d. 2.7., 1918.  Reverted to Civil Employ and appointed Deputy Commissioner, District Magistrate and District Judge, Kyaukse, Upper Burma, 1921.  D.S.O., F.R.G.S., M.I.P.T., 1922.  Retired, 1923.  Black Rod and Deputy Sergeant at Arms, Parliament of Northern Ireland, 1921-54.  Address: c/o Barclay's Bank, 54 Lombard Street, E.C.3.  (M.q.)

282. *Harrison, Alexander Lyle, b. 16th July, 1882, son of Rev. S. Lyle, Harrison, Castlebellingham, Co. Louth.  Father of 1760.  U.VI, July, 1902.  Scholar.  School Prefect.  1st XV, 1900-1-2.  Queen's College, Galway; College XV; B.A. (R.U.I.), 1905. Edinburgh University and Assembly's College.  Ordained, 1909, Rostrevor.  Minister of Fortwilliam Park Presbyterian Church, Belfast, 1914.  Address: The Willows, Rostrevor, Co. Down.  (M.q.)

283. Kingan, William Sinclair, b. 6th Dec., 1876, son of Samuel Kingan, Glenganagh, Bangor, Co. Down.  Brother of 284.  Matric., May, 1896.  Deputy Lieutenant for County Down.  Died 8th December. 1946.

284. Kingan, Thomas Davison, b. 7th Nov., 1879, son of Samuel Kingan, Glenganagh, Bangor, Co. Down.  Brother of 283.  VI, June, 1898.  1st XI, 1897.  Balliol College, Oxford; 2nd Class Final School of Jurisprudence, 1902; M.A., 1907; Brooke Scholar, King's Inn, Dublin, 1905.  Barrister-at-Law.  Great War: Lieut., R. Irish Rifles.  Address: Ulster Club, Belfast.

285. *Lepper, Reginald Mervyn, b. 5th March, 1880, son of F. R. Lepper, Elsinore, Crawfordsburn.  Brother of 108.  L.VI, April, 1897.  Great War: Royal Navy.  Address: c/o Westminster Bank, Ltd., Barnstaple, Devon, England. (q.)

286. Longmuir, Alexander, b. 20th May, 1882, son of James F. Longmuir, Irvine, N.B.  IV, Feb., 1898.  A.M.I.E.E.  Died January, 1938.  (M.)

287. Macarthur, James, b. 11th April, 1881, son of Peter Macarthur, M.D., Greyabbey, Co. Down.  U.V., Nov., 1896.  Queen's College, Belfast, and London Hospital.  L.R.C.S.E., L.R.C.P.E., L.R.F.P.S., 1902; M.B., Ch.B., B.A.O., R.U.I., 1905; F.R.C.P.E., 1922.  Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C.  Gov. Medical Officer, Bombola. Hon. Surgeon, Bombola Hospital.  Last known address: Caveat Street, Bombola, N.C. Wales, Australia.  (M.)

291. Mitchell, William, b. 18th May, 1880, son of Alexander B. Mitchell, Hillview, Knock, Belfast.  Vth. Com. July, 1896.  B.A., R.U.I., 1907; B.D., Presbyterian Theological Faculty, 1920; D.D., 1953; A.C.I.S., 1902.  Queen's University, 1901; Assembly's College, 1910; Scholarship and Prize each year.  Presbyterian Minister.  Ordained in Drumachose, Limavady, 1913.  Installed in High Street, Antrim, 1924.  Retired from active duty, 1952.  Address: "Benevenagh," Bushfoot Road, Portballintrae, Co. Antrim.  (M.q.)

293. McClelland, Herbert Saunderson, b. 21st May, 1879, son of Andrew McClelland, Riversley, Banbridge.  VI, July, 1897.  Scholar.  School Prefect; 1st XV, 1895-6-7 (Capt.); 1st XI, 1896-7; 4th Place and Silver Medal in Solicitors' Final, 1902.  Solicitor, Member of the firm of Barrington & Son.  Died October, 1952. (M.)

295. *Polland, Samuel, b. 11th Feb., 1882, son of Edward Polland, 3 Frankland Terrace, The Mount.  III, July, 1897.  1895, Hop, Step and Jump Record.  Quay Clerk, Electrical Dept., Harland & Wolff, Belfast.  Address: 23 Evolina Street, Duncairn Gardens, Belfast.  (M.x.q.)

296. Pringle, Alexander, b. 29th Nov., 1880, son of Alexander Pringle, Crilly, Aughnacloy.  III, July, 1896.  Managing Director of Pringle & Kirk Arm Co. Ltd.  Retired.  Address: Maymount, Crilly, Aughnacloy, Co. Tyrone.  (M.x.q.)

297. *Pringle, Seton Sidney, b. 6th July, 1879, son of John Pringle, Clones.  Brother of 298.  VI, Oct., 1897.  School Prefect; 1st XV, 1896-7; T.C.D., B.A., 1901; M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., 1902; F.R.C.S.I., 1905; M.Ch., 1936.  Great War: Lt.-Col., R.A.M.C.; O.B.E. (Mil.);  Consulting Surgeon to Rotunda, Mercers and Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospitals.  President, R.C.S.I., 1934-36.  Retired.  Address: Ringlestown House, Kilmessan, Co. Meath.  (M.q.)

298. Pringle, John Conrad, b. 8th Nov., 1881, son of John Pringle, Clones.  Brother of 297.  VI, July, 1900.  School Prefect; 1st XV (Capt.), 1899-1900; 1st XI, 1898-99-1900; R.I.E.C., Cooper's Hill, 1900; Irish International XV, 1902.  Commission, R.E., 1903.  Commandant, Burma Sappers.  Major, Bt.-Lt.-Col.  Retired, 1927.  Died 8th May, 1952,  (M.)

303. Shaw, Maxwell, b. 14th June, 1881, son of Thomas Shaw, Kirkcubbin, Co. Down.  Brother of 178.  V, July, 1896.  Head Live Stock Buyer in U.S.A. for Kingan & Co.   Died 7th January, 1944.

304. Shillidy, John Armstrong, b. 6th June, 1882, son of Rev. J. Shillidy, M.A., D.D., Surat.  Brother of 501.  VIth, July, 1901.  Sch.; School Prefect; 1st XV, 1896-7-8-9-1900; 1st XI, 1896-01; Capt., 1901; T.C.D.  Football Colours, 1902; T.C.D.  Jun. Exh., 1900; Sen. Exh., 1902; B.A.; Supplemental Senior Mod. and Gold Medallist, 1905.  Indian Civil Service, 1905.  Secretary to the Government of India, Industries and Labour Dept.  Retired, 1936.  C.S.I. (1932).  Died 16th November, 1952.  (M.)

305. Simpson, Robert, b. 23rd April, 1882, son of W. H. Simpson, 15 Hughenden Terrace, Belfast.  Brother of 306.  III, July, 1896.  Great War: Australian Expeditionary Force.  On a Cocoanut Plantation in New Britain, S. Pacific.  Address (1951): 22 Cavendish Road, North Oxford.

306. Simpson, George Arthur, b. 26th May, 1883, son of W. M. Simpson, 15 Hughenden Terrace, Belfast.  Brother of 305.  I, July, 1896.  R.B.A.I.  Address (1951): Pembroke House, Cheltenham, Glos.  (M.)

308. Sparrow, William Warburton, b. 30th Dec., 1879, son of Mrs. Sparrow, Marine View, Greenisland.  Brother of 188 and 189.  III, Nov., 1895.  Railway Official on N.C. Railway and Cape Govt. Railways.  Vice-President, Chicago, Milwaukie, St. Paul & Pacific Railroad Co., U.S.A.  Died 7th November, 1939. (M.)

191. *Stelfox, Arthur Wilson, b. 15th Dec., 1883, son of James Stelfox, Oakleigh, Ormeau Park, Belfast.  Brother of 190.  V, July, 1900.  Assoc. Royal Inst. Brit. Architects.  M.R.I.A.  On staff of Nat. Hist. Division, National Museum, Dublin.  Retired.  Address: 14 Clareville Road, Rathmines, Dublin.  (M.q.)

312. *Stodart, James Carlyle, b. 18th Feb., 1880, son of Thomas A. Stodart, 15 Stamer Street, Dublin.  Father of 2026 and 2027.  VI, July, 1898.  Sch.; School Prefect; 1st XV, 1896-7; Brasenose College, Oxford; Junior Hulme Sch., 1897; Senior Hulme Sch., 1902; 2nd in Greats; B.A. (Oxon.) and T.C.D., I.C.S., 1904.  Judge of High Court of Judicature, Madras, 1935-40.  Retired 1940.  Address: 12 Fore Street, Hatfield, Hertfordshire.  (M.q.)

314. Watson, Harry Christian, b. 10th Jan., 1882, son of Robert Watson, Mount Oriel, Newtownbreda.  Brother of 315.  VI, July, 1899.  Queen's College, Belfast and R.U.I., M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., 1905.  Medical Superintendent, Mental Hospital, Bloemfontein.  1939-45 War: Major, S.A.M.C.  Last known address: Irene Hotel, Jacob Mare Street, Pretoria, S. Africa.

315. *Watson, Ernest France, b. 29th Oct., 1883, son of Robert Watson, Mount Oriel, Newtownbreda.  Brother of 314.  Father of 2401 and 2508 and 2509.  IV, July, 1899.  Queen's College, 1st XV, 1903-06.  M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., R.U.I., 1906.  Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C.  Address: P.O. Box 98, Witbank, Transvaal. (M.q.)

316. *Wilson, Thomas Arthur Atkinson, b. 17th June, 1882, son of John Wilson, Solicitor, Longford.  VI, July, 1900.  Sch.; 1st XI, 1900; 1st XV, 1899-1900; R.M.C., Sandhurst.  Passed out Senior of I.A. List.  Squadron Officer, 4th Cav., 1902; Adjutant, 1908-1912.  Great War: France, Belgium, Egypt and Irak; mentioned in despatches.  Commandant, 2nd Lancers (G.H.), 1927-30;  Commanded the 2nd Cav. Brigade, 1932-34.  Brigadier, General Staff, Southern Command, India, 1934.  Major General, 1937.  C.B. A.D.C. to H.M. The King.  Staff Employ in India, 1939-42.  Retired.  Address: 2 Stanford Court, Cornwall Gardens, London, S.W.7. (M.q.)

318. Wright, Thomas, b. 28th Sept., 1882, son of Rev. Wm. Wright, M.A., D.D., Newtownards.  Brother of 317, 319, 846 and 1241.  Matric., July, 1899.  M.I.N.A.; Mar.-E.; Engineer Manager, Harland & Wolff, 1913-26.  Great War: M.B.E., 1915.  Engineer-in-Chief, Lever Bros., Ltd., 1926-37.  Address: Melwood, Plymyard Avenue, Bramborough, Wirral, England.  (M.)

319. Wright, William Martin, b. 23rd. April, 1884, son of Rev. Wm. Wright, M.A., D.D., Newtownards.  Brother of 317, 318, 846 and 1241.  L.V., July, 1899.  Scholar.  Solicitors' Final, 1910.  Assistant Solicitor, Belfast Banking Co., 1910-14.  Great War: Capt., R. Irish Rifles.  Adj., 13th Bn.  Severely wounded.  Partner, McKinty & Wright, Solicitors, Belfast.  Hon. Solicitor, British Legion for 32 years.  Chairman, Newtownards Branch, British Legion for 30 years; President, 2 years.  Died 16th Nov., 1952.  (M.)


322. Jackson, Stanley, Barker, b. 3rd June, 1884, son of W. J. Jackson, Ingledene, Holywood, Co. Down.  III, Feb., 1899.  Uppingham, 1899-1901.  A.S.C., 1914-19.  Retired.  Address: Rathgorman, Killinchy, Co. Down.  (q.)

323. *Milne, John William, b. 10th September, 1881, son of Joseph Milne, Clondillure, Palmerston Park, Dublin.  Brother of 324.  Father of 2522.  U.VI, July, 1899.  1st XI, 1898.  A.C.I.S. (1906), F.C.I.S. (1915).  Company Director.  President of Old Campbellian Society, 1937-38.  Address: Clondillure, Highfield Road, Dublin.  (M.)

324. *Milne, James, b. 4th May, 1883, son of Joseph Milne, Clondillure, Palmerston Park, Dublin.  Brother of 323.  V, July, 1900.  Victoria University, Manchester.  B.Sc. (Engineering), 1904.  A.M.I.C.E., 1909.  Colonel Rly. Engineer and Staff Corps C.S.I. (1923).  Kt., 1931.  K.C.V.O., 1936.  General Manager, Great Western Railway, England, 1929-1947.  Director, 1947.  Attached to Geddes Committee on National Expenditure, 1921-2, and India Retrenchment Committee, 1922-23.  Deputy Chairman, Rly. Executive Committee, 1939-47.  Chairman, Ship Mortgage Finance Coy.; Director of Thos. Cook & Son; Coast Lines; and other Companies.  Address: Dildawn, Woldingham, Surrey.  (M.q.)

326. Shannon, Abraham Henry, b. 2nd April, 1880, ward of J. H. Haslett, North Street, Belfast.  L.VI, July, 1899.  1st XV, 1896-7-8-9; 1st XI, 1897-8-9.  Fruit Farming in W. Australia.  Capt., Albany Golf Club, West Australia, 1925-31.  Capt., Albany Tennis Club, 1927-35.  Died 1952.  (M.)


331. Wallace, John Burleigh, b. 7th Sept., 1882, son of Rev. W. J. Wallace, Templecrone Rectory, Dungloe, Co. Donegal.  Brother of 332.  III, July, 1890.  Director, Thos. Somerset & Co. Ltd.  Address: Templecrone, 40 Alliance Avenue, Belfast.  (M.)

332. Wallace, James William, b. 28th August, 1884, son of Rev. W. J. Wallace, Templecrone Rectory, Dungloe, Co. Donegal.  Brother of 331.  Com., July, 1899.  Great War: 20th and 11th Batt. R.I. Rifles; mentioned in despatches/  Manufacturers' Agent.  Address: 2 Charles Street West, Toronto, Canada.  (M.)

333. Weber, William Edwin, b. 29th May, 1876, son of Rev. G. H. Weber, Rungsdorf, Germany.  April, 1896.  M.A.  (Cantab.); Private Tutor.


335. Gordon, William, b. 27th April, 1882, son of R. W. Gordon, Eden Terrace, Antrim Road, Belfast.  III, May, 1897.  Clifton House School, Eastbourne.  Director, Wm. Barbour & Sons, Ltd., Hilden, Lisburn.  Retired.  Address: Hilden Grove, Helen's Bay, Co. Down.  (M.q.)


342. Craig, Henry Ernest, b. 14th May, 1884, son of H. Craig, Knockvalley House, Bloomfield, Belfast.  V, July, 1900.  Great War: Commission in North Irish Horse, attached 3rd King's Own Hussars.  Harbour Office Official.  Died, 1945.  (M.)

343. Davidson, Sydney Herbert, b. 23rd Dec., 1882, son of Rev. John Davidson, D.D., Glennan, Glasslough.  VI, Up., July, 1902.  Sch.  1st XV, 1900-01;  School Prefect;  T.C.D., Junior Ex., 1901; Senior Ex., 1903; Marshall Porter Prize, 1903; 1st Classical Sch., 1904; Sen. Mod. in Classics and Jun. Mod. in Modern Literature, 1905.  Cambridge University.  University of Bordeaux; Licence en Droit with honourable mention.  Egyptian Civil Service, 1907.  Retired in July, 1924.  Died in Air Raid, 27th June, 1942.  (M.)

347. Phillips, John Oswald, b. 20th July, 1881, son of Rev. J. G. Phillips, Damascus, Syria.  Brother of 346 and 840.  IV, July, 1898.  Engineer.  Last known address: 161 West 73rd Street, New York, U.S.A.

348. White, Hill Wilson de Vere, b. 6th Jan., 1884, son of Rev. H. W. White, D.D., LL.D., Heathlands, Multyfarnham.  Brother of 207 and 379.  IV, Dec., 1900.  T.C.D., B.A., 1906'  M.A., 1909.  Clerk in Holy Orders.


353. Willoughby, Barrington Harcourt, b. 9th March, 1884, son of Rev. T. J. Willoughby, Gortin, Newtownstewart.  IV, July, 1900.  Died 9th May, 1906.


356. Long, Frederick Cecil, b. 8th Nov., 1883, son of J. H. Long, Bank of Ireland, Mullingar.  Brother of 693.  VI, Oct., 1902.  T.C.D., 1902;  Junior Ex., 1902; Sen. Ex., 1904;  Wray Prize, Logic and Ethics, 1905;  Gold Medal and 1st Sen. Mod. in Logic and Ethics, 1906;  M.A., T.C.D.  Rector of Donohill, Doon & Grean, Diocese of Cashel, 1951.  Chancellor of Cashel Cathedral, 1949.  Address: Donohill Rectory, Tipperary.  (M.q.)

357. McKibbin, William, b. 19th April, 1885, son of Wm. McKibbin, Rosemount, Bloomfield, Belfast.  Brother of 154.  III, July, 1900.  Great War: 24th Batt. Canadian Infantry,  Manufacturers' Agent.  Address: c/o 216 Board of Trade Buildings, Montreal, P.Q., Canada.


359. English, Henry Cecil, b. 7th July, 1882, son of Major Wm. English, O.B.E., "D" Lines, Shorncliffe, Kent.  Brother of 406.  VI, Nov., 1899.  Chief Engineer, the Victoria Falls and Transvaal Power Co.  Died 1943.  (M.)

361. Jeffrey, Leonard James, b. 29th July, 1882, son of Rev. R. Foster Jeffrey, Ardlui, Cyprus Park, Belfast.  Brother of 419.  IV, Nov., 1898.  Great War: Eng.-Lieut., R.N.R.  Mentioned in despatches.

362. *Wilkinson, Richard Walter, b. 4th Feb., 1886, son of John Wilkinson, Greenoge, Strandtown, Belfast.  Brother of 209, 210, 247 and 469.  Father of 2221.  IV Up., Dec., 1902.  Thanet College; 2nd Lieut. Manchester Regiment, 1914-16.  Managing Director, Robert Kirk, Ltd.; Chairman, British Asphalt & Bitumen, Ltd.; Member, Royal County Down and Royal Belfast Golf Clubs; Member R.A.C. (London), Reform Club (Belfast), Royal Ulster Yacht Club.  Address: Creggan, 24 Downshire Road, Bangor, Co. Down.  (M.q.)


363. Barker, Ernest Lindsay Bucknall, b. 20th August, 1887, son of L. B. Barker, Ardenza, Donegall Park Avenue, Belfast.  Brother of 917.  Re-entered, Sept., 1901.  Army, April, 1902.  T.C.D., B.A., 1907.  M.A., 1913.  Clerk in Holy Orders.  Great war: Chaplain's Department.  Professor of Pastoral Theology, T.C.D., 1934-40 and 1944-48.  Canon of Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, 1939, and Treasurer of the Cathedral, 1952.  Rector of Holy Trinity, Killiney.  Address: Holy Trinity Rectory, Killiney, Co. Dublin.  (q.)

366. *Greeves, Thomas Jackson, b. 1st July, 1886, son of Joseph M. Greeves, Bernagh, Strandtown, Belfast.  Brother of 519, 762 and 929.  U.V, April, 1904. 1st XI, 1902-3;  1st XV, 1902-3-4;  Ulster XV, 1906-10.  Irish Rugby International, 1907-8-9.  President, I.R.F.U., 1929-30.  Chairman of Council, O.C. Society, 1936-37.  Linen Merchant.  Address: Westlands, Bangor, Co. Down.  (M.q.)

368. Johnson, William Richard Grubb, b. 20th Feb.., 1884, son of Abraham Johnson, Palermo, Knock, Belfast.  III, July, 1898.  Member of Belfast Stock Exchange.  Messrs. Abraham Johnson & Son, Belfast.  Address: 19 Malone Avenue, Belfast.  (M.x.q.)

374. Rentoul, Alfred Hamilton, b. 1st June, 1883, son of Rev. A. H. Rentoul, The manse, Longford.  L.VI, July, 1902.  Scholar.  1st XI, 1902.  1st XV, 1899-1900-01-02.  Queen's University, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., 1911.  Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C.  Address: North Woodland, Welsh Road, Lidsham, Cheshire.

375. Seymour, Francis Robert, b. 23rd October, 1882, son of Rev. Robert Seymour, D.D., The Rectory, Mullingar.  VI, July, 1900.  T.C.D. King's College, London.  T.C.D. Sch., 1903;  1st Sen. Moderator (Exp. Sc.), 1904.  B.A., 1904.  M.D., B.Ch. (Stipendio Condonato), B.A.O., 1907.  M.A., 1913; D.P.H. (Oxon,), 1911.  Great War: R.A.M.C., 1915-19, Major.  Medaille du Roi Albert (avec chevrons).  Deputy Senior Medical Officer, Ministry of Health, 1935.  Contributed to various Government Reports, mostly on Water Supplies.  Died 7th June, 1939.  (M.)

380. *Dunlop, Thomas Dacre, b. 8tth August, 1883, son of Samuel Dunlop, Connsbrook Avenue, Belfast.  U.VI, May, 1902.  Scholar.  1st XV, 1900-1-2.  King's College, London.  R.U.I., 1905.  Entered H.M. Consular Service, 1907.  Inspector-General of Consular Establishments Foreign Office.  Retired 1943.  C.M.G., 1930;  K.C.M.G., 1938.  Address: Claverley Cottage, Lubbock Road, Chislehurst, Kent.  (M.)


382. Dunkerley, Henry Montgomery, b. 6th June, 1888, son of Rev. Thos. Dunkerley, The Manse, Comber.  U.V., April, 1905.  London University Central Technical College.  Allen Exhibitioner, 1908.  Civil Engineer.

385. Wallace, John Knox Leslie, b. 11th May, 1884, son of Mrs. Wallace, 26 Cromwell Road, Belfast.  Brother of 384.  III, July, 1901.  Great War: 19th Alberta Dragoons.  Farmer.  Last known address: Freedom P.O., Alberta, Canada.


387. *Anderson, Robert Noel, b. 10th July, 1883, son of Alex. Anderson, Osborne House, Balmoral.  IV, July, 1899.  Great War: Lieut., 9th Cavalry Reserve.  Retired.  Local U.D. Councillor since 1947.  Address: Rathlin, Cowle Road, Stroud.  (M.q.)

388. *Arbuthnot, Clifford William Ernest, b. 13th Feb., 1885, son of W. H. Arbuthnot, 26 College Gardens, Belfast.  Brother of 389.  VI, July, 1902.  R.U.I. Queen's University, Belfast, B.A., 1906;  B.E., 1907.  Great War: Lieut., 53rd Sikhs (F.F.) Capt., 3rd Sappers and Miners; Major, Army in India Reserve of Officers.  Entered Indian Service Engineers, 1908.  C.I.E., 1930.  Member of the Bombay and Sind Public Service Commission, 1937-42; Rent Controller, Bombay, 1942-47.  Retired.  Address: East India and Sports Club, 16 St. James's Square, London, S.W.1. (M.q.)

389. Arbuthnot, Kenneth Charles Guthrie, b. 23rd Oct., 1887, son of W. H. Arbuthnot, 26 College Gardens, Belfast.  Brother of 388.  U.V, July, 1904.  Queen's University, B.A. (R.U.I.); B.Sc., (1st Class Honours); F.R.I.C.  Great War: Works Chemist in Munition Factory, since then Messrs. Blyth & Platt, Ltd., Watford.  Died 27th July, 1949.  (M.)

390. Armour, William Staveley, b. 28th Dec., 1883, son of Rev. J. B. Armour, The Manse, Ballymoney.  Brother of 566 and 1014.  VI, July, 1903.  Sch.; Dufferin Medal, 1st Class Exh.; 1st in Ireland; Matric., R.U.I.; Jesus College. Oxford, Open Class Sch., 1903.  M.A., B.Litt. (Oxon.)  President, Oxford Union, 1907, Indian Education Service, 1910-22.  Retired.  Barrister-in-Law (Inner Temple).  M.B.E.  Editor, "Northern Whig," Belfast, 1928-30.  Toc H. in Ireland, 1924-32.  Author of "Armour of Ballymoney" and "Mankind at the Watershed," and "Facing the Irish Question," and "Ulster, Ireland, Britain."  Died 31st December, 1940.  (M.)

392.*Bingham, St. John Eyre, b. 8th August, 1886, son of Rev. John Bingham, M.A., Hilltown Rectory, Newry.  Brother of 716.  U.V, July, 1903.  Great War: Staff Sgt.-Major, R.A.S.C., R.N.W.  Mounted Police, Alberta.  M.R.C.V.S.

395. *Brewster, David, b. 20th Oct., 1881, son of John Brewster, St. Murus, Fahan, Londonderry.  Brother of 545 and 674.  Matric. July, 1899.  1st XV, 1898-9.  University of Pennsylvania, U.S.A., D.D.S., 1907; L.D.S.L.C.S., Eng., 1905.  Now in business in U.S.A.  Address: 4915 Lindell Boulevard, St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A.  (M.)

397. Condell, Thomas Macartney, b. 5th July, 1882, son of T. Condell, Thorn Hill, Smithborough, Monaghan.  Matric., July, 1899.  Solicitor in Monaghan.  Went to Brisbane and served in France with Australian Forces in 1914-18 War.  Died in Australia in 1938.  (M.)

404. Duke, Joseph Algernon Hare, b. 27th March, 1881, son of Rev. Canon D. Hare Duke, D.D., The Vicarage, Craigavad.  Brother of 405.  L.VI, Dec., 1898.  St. Catherine's College, Cambridge.  To India.  Died at Cawnpore, 12th August 1938.

405. Duke, Arthur Robert Aubrey Hare, b. 13th July, 1885, son of Rev. Canon J. H. Duke, D.D., The Vicarage, Craigavad.  Brother of 404.  U.V, Dec., 1901.  St. Catherine's Col., Cambridge.  M.A. Mech. Sc. Special.  Capt., Boat Club, 1908.  A.M.I.C.E. Deputy Controller of Stores to East Indian Railway.

406. English, William John, b. 27th Sept., 1880, son of Wm. English, "B" Lines, Shorncliffe, Kent.  Brother of 359.  Father of 1588, 2049 and 2739.  V, July, 1899.  Lieut., 2nd Scottish Horse, South African Field Force.  Capt., R.A.S.C., 1914.  Major, 1924.  Lt.-Col.  Retired.  President, Old Campbellian Society, 1921-22.  V.C.  On 3rd July, 1901 at Vlakfontein, he gallantly defended a position with only five men, of whom two were killed and two wounded.  Later on when ammunition failed, crossed fifteen yards of open space, under fierce fire, at twenty-five yards' range, and obtained a fresh supply.  (Supplement to the "London Gazette," 4th Oct., 1901).  Lt.-Col. R.U. Rifles.  Died on Active Service, 4th July, 1941.  (M.)

408. Garstin, William Fitzroy Hamilton, b. 21st Nov., 1881, son of Rev. W. F. Garstin, Glendowan, Letterkenny.  Brother of 407, 409, 410 and 483.  IV, March, 1899.  T.C.D., B.A., 1904;  M.A.  Clerk in Holy Orders.  Rector of Maghera.  Canon, 1950.  Address: The Rectory, Maghera, Co. Derry. (M.)

409. Garstin, John Loftus, b. 23rd February, 1885, son of Rev. W. F. Garstin, Glendowan, Letterkenny.  Brother of 407, 408, 410 and 483.  III, Dec., 1901.  R.A.S.C., Capt., 1914.  Egyptian Order of the Nile; mentioned in despatches.  Major, 1925;  Lt.-Col.  Retired.

410. Garstin, Richard Hurt, b. 25th March, 1886, son of Rev. W. F. Garstin, Glendowan, Letterkenny.  Brother of 407, 408, 409 and 483.  III, Dec., 1901.  Great War: Major, R.E.  O.B.E.  Croix de Guerre (French).  Commander, Royal Indian Navy, 1925.  Retired 1935.  Commodore, R.I.N.  C.B.E.  Killed in action, 1943.  (M.)

411. Graham, Hector R. Lushington, b. 12th May, 1888, son of Francis J. Graham, D.L., Drumgoon, Maguiresbridge, Co. Fermanagh.  I, July, 1900.  Last known address: Summer Hill, Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny.

412. Graham, Charles Lloyd, b. 24th November, 1885, son of Rev. Canon Charles Graham, B.D., Kildrought Parsonage, Celbridge, Co. Kildare.  Brother of 485.  VI, July, 1904; 1st XV, 1902-3-4;  1st XI, 1903-4;  B.A., T.C.D.;  1st Hon. and Jun. Mod. Logics and Ethics, 1908; M.A., 1927.  Ordained for Holy Trinity, Brompton, 1910; Holy Innocents, Hammersmith, 912.  Great War: Capt., Army Chaplains Dept.; mentioned in despatches, 1916.  Hon. C.F. Vicar, St. Michael-at-Bowes, 1922.  Address: St. Michael's Vicarage, Palmerston Road, London, N.22.  (M.q.)

413. Graham, Charles, b. 5th June, 1887, son of William Graham, The Mount, Mountpottinger, Belfast.  IV, April, 1904.  Surveyor, Government Service, Department of Mines.  Address: 324 Metcalfe Street, Ottowa, Canada. (Ottawa)

414. Hamilton, Thomas Bones, b. 27th Oct., 1884, son of T. B. Hamilton, Ballymoney.  L.V, July, 1901.  1st XI, 1901.  1st XV, 1899-1901.  Died in Dublin.

416. *Haslett, Horace Reginald, b. 2nd August, 1884, son of Sir James Haslett, Princess Gardens, Belfast.  Brother of 87.  Matric., July, 1901.  1st XV, 1900-01.  1st XI, 1901.  Great War: Major, 9th Batt. R.I. Rifles.  Legion d'Honneur (Croix de Chevalier).  Director, J. & J. Haslett, Ltd., Belfast.  President, O.C. Society, 1933-34-35.  Governor, Campbell College.  C.B.E., 1953.  Deputy Lieutenant for County of City of Belfast.  Belfast Harbour Commissioner.  Member Central Advisory Committee, Ministry of Pensions.  Chairman, Northern Ireland War Pensions Committee.  Address: 54 Circular Road, Belfast.  (M.q.)

419. *Jeffrey, Douglas George, b. 23rd September, 1885, son of Pastor R. Foster Jeffrey, Ardlui, Bloomfield, Belfast.  Brother of 361.  II, Dec., 1899.  Service in Merchant Navy.  Six years in sail - "Sq. Rigged."  Master's Certificate - served in Passenger, General Cargo, and Tank Steamers.  Commanded the following merchant ships: S.S. "Strathearn,"  S.S. "Scottish Borderer,!  S.S. "Scottish Bard,"  M.S. "Pamir."  Marine Superintendent in Venezuela for Lago Petroleum Corpn.  (Standard Oil of Indiana).  Navigator and Magnetican with Shackleton-Rowett Antartic Expedition.  Served with Royal Navy through First World War.  Served through Second World War in Royal Canadian Navy.  Commanded following H.M. and H.M.C. Ships:  H.M. Torpedo Boat 050,  H.M.S. Thorn,  H.M.S. Chagford (Q Ship),  H.M.S. Arvenian (Q Ship),  H.M.S. Pangloss (Q Ship),  H.M.S. Gossamer,  H.M.S. Hollyhock,  H.M.S. Daffodil,  H.M.C.S. Renard,  H.M.C.S. Ville de Quebec,  H.M.C.S. Hamilton,  H.M.C.S. Tame,  H.M.C.S. Lauzon;  Staff Appointments - 1939 to 1947.  Chief Examination Officer, Halifax, N.S. Deputy Senior Officer, Assault Group "W.1."  Asst. to Staff Officer, Netherlands East Indies.  Canadian Naval Mission, London.  Places on Ret. List R.C.N. (R).  March, 1947.  D.S.O. and Reserve Decoration; Croix-de-Guerre;  White Eagle of Serbia;  St. George of Russia.  Service in Civil life between Wars, 1924-1939:- Served with New England Oil Corporation of Boston, Marine Superintendent in U.S.A., Venezuela, and West Indies. Lago Petroleum Corporation, Venezuela, Transportation Superintendent,  Pantepec Oil Company and Paraguana Maritime Company.  Hydrographic Survey of Paraguana Coast and Political Agent in Caracas.  On return from South America in March 1928, did newspaper work for New York Times and North American Newspaper Alliance.  Representative of Mohawk Aircraft Corporation for Mid-Western States.  Technical adviser (Navigation) and lecturer, to Aviation and Transportation, Inc., Chicago.  Contributed to American Magazines, "Aeronautics" and "Air Travel News."  Manager, Border Cities Aero Club and "Dominion" School of Aeronautics, Windsor, Ontario.  Field Engineer, Border Properties, Ltd., Toronto Representative, Border Properties, Ltd.; Editor, Canadian Air Review; Staff, Canadian Power Boating; Radio and Newspaper Freelance, Toronto; contributed to "Sports Weekly,"  "Toronto Saturday Night."  Radio Talks - on C.B.C. Network;  Dept. of Northern Development (Ontario) (Trans-Canada Highway);  Dept. of National Defence (Canada).  Supt.: Youth Labour Camps;  Halifax Chronicle, Columnist; Halifax Herald, Columnist and Asst. Editor.  Now Organising Secretary, Lanark Constituency Unionist Association.  Address: Damhill Lodge, Corehouse, Lanark. (q.)

420. Kellett, John Fitzgerald, b. 2nd May, 1885, son of Rev. Canon J. R. Kellett, Offerland Vicarage, Mountrath.  U.V, April, 1904.  T.C.D., B.A., 1909.  Clerk in Holy Orders,  Great War: Army Chaplains' Department.  Radlynch Vicarage, Salisbury, 1936-1946.

422. Lilburn, Henry Kent, b. 19th May, 1883, son of Mrs. Lilburn, Dunedin, Antrim Road, Belfast.  V, July, 1900.  1st XI, 1900.  Professional Associate, Chartered Surveyors' Institution.  Great War: Princess Patricia's Light Infantry.  Disabled.  Captain, Fortwilliam Rugby Club, 1908.  Quantity Surveyor, McCarthy & Lilburn.  Died 8th Sept., 1938.  (M.)

425. Martin, James, b. 14th October, 1888, son of John Martin, Galwally, Belfast.  Brother of 122 and 461.  Father of 2566.  U.V, Dec., 1905.  Handkerchief Business.  Address: 20 Windsor Avenue, Malone Road, Belfast. (Same person as 695).  (M.q.)

427. *Montgomery, Harford Trevor, b. 18th March, 1889, son of Harford H. Montgomery, Sunnybank, Strandtown, Belfast.  Brother of 370.  Father of 2870 and 2928.  Matric., July, 1904.  Institute of Chartered Accountants; Final, 1909.  Senior Partner, John McCullough & Sons, Chartered Accountants.  F.C.A.  President, O.C. Society, 1952; President, Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland, 1939-41; Chairman, Belfast City and District Water Commissioners, 1947-49; President, Ulster Reform Club, Belfast, 1953.  Address: 5 Shrewsbury Drive, Belfast.  (M.q.)

430. *Nicol, James, b. 4th March, 1884, son of A. Nicol, 161 Albertbridge Road, Belfast.  III, July, 1899.  In East Africa.  Address: P.O. Box 49, Mapanga, Limbe, Nyasaland.

431. Nunns, Arthur Ernest de Lisle, b. 8th August, 1885, son of Rev. E. H. Nunns, The Rectory, Tamney, Letterkenny.  VI, July, 1904.  Head Prefect;  1st XV, 1901-2-3-4 (Capt.)  T.C.D., B.A., 1901.  Ordained 1909 as Curate of Christ Church, Derry.  Rector of Kilaghtee, Co. Donegal, 1919-24.  Rector of St. Mary's, Oak Bay, Victoria, B.C.  Archdeacon of Victoria, Diocese of British Columba. Address: St. Mary's Rectory, Oak Bay, Victoria, B.C.  (M.q.)

436. Shepherd, William Frederick, son of Rev. Wm. Shepherd, The Manse, Ballyroney, Rathfriland.  Father of  2212, 2280 and 2504.  Up.VI, July, 1903.  Scholar.  Queen's College, B.A., R.U.I., B.D. (Princetown, U.S.A.)  Presbyterian Minister.  Address: Lisnoble Manse, Raphoe, Co. Donegal.  (M.q.)

438. *Steen, James Connolly, b. 18th March, 1882, son of Rev. James Steen, The Manse, Wexford.  Father of  1995, 1996 and 1997.  Matric., Dec., 1900.  1st XV, 1899-1900-1.  Three Chinese Government Orders.  Engineer in Chief, Canton-Hankow Rly.  (M.)

442. *Williams, John Williams, b. 28th May, 1885, son of John Williams, Dunmurry House, Belfast.  Brother of 443.  U.VI, July, 1903.  1st XI, 1902-3 (Capt., 1903); Scholar of Exeter College, Oxford, 1903.  B.A. (1st Class in School of Mod. Hist.), 1908; Fellow of Royal Historical Society, 1908;  B.Litt., 1910;  M.A., 1910.  Lecturer in St. Andrew's University.  Professor of History in St. Andrew's University, 1929.  Author of "History of England in 17th Century" (1913);  "Readings in Great Historians of 17th Century," (1925).  Address: The Roundels, St. Andrews, Fife.  (M.)

443. *Williams, Ronald Douglas, b. 20th September, 1889, son of John Williams, Dunmurry House, Belfast.  Brother of 442.  Father of 2394 and 2886.  U.VI, July, 1906.  Sch.;  Dufferin Medal;  1st XI, 1906;  First Bursar, St. Andrews University, 1906;  B.A., T.C.D., 1911.  Great War: R. Irish Rifles, Major: M.C., 1918.  Governor of Campbell College, 1920;  O.C., Queen's University.  O.T.C., 1921.  Director of McBride and Williams (1933), Ltd.  President, O.C. Society, 1926-7-8.  Address: 3 Riverside, Holywood, Co. Down.  M.q.)


445. Barcroft, Gilbert Evelyn, b. 14th January, 1883, son of Frederick Barcroft, Stangmore House, Dungannon.  L.C, July, 1902.  Great War: Captain, R.I. Fusiliers.  High Sheriff of Co. Armagh, 1932.  Col., 1st Cadet Bn., R.I.F., 1944-45.  Died 21st February, 1945.  (M.)

446. Boag, Robert Steven, b. 5th March, 1887, son of Robert Boag, Kebroyd, Lennoxvale, Belfast.  L.VI, April, 1904.  Matriculated, May, 1905.  Chartered Architect,  F.R.I.B.A., 1932;  F.R.S.A., 1937;  M.S.E., 1931.  Address: Malone, Shottermill, Haslemere, Surrey.  (M.q.)

448. *Boyd, Samuel Wilson, b. 26th November, 1886, son of S. W. Boyd, Claremont, House, Ardenlee Avenue, Belfast.  Brother of 447, 919, 1162 and 1409.  U.V, Dec., 1902.  Director, Old Bushmills Distillery, Co., Ltd.  Address: Tara, Marino, Co. Down.  (M.)

451. Ferguson, Samuel James Francis, b. 5th April, 1888, son of Rev. James Ferguson, Dunsford Rectory, Ardglass.  L.VI, July, 1905.  B.A., R.U.I.;  Tollington School, Muswell Hill;  Headmaster, Diocesan Boys' High School, Rangoon;  Prince of Wales College, Jammu, Kashmir;  King Edward VI School, Stratford-on-Avon.  Retired, 1950.  Address: 57 Curzon Avenue, Horsham, Sussex.  (M.q.)

452. Glenny, Sydney Trevor, b. 30th May, 1883, son of Rev. Edmund Glenny, D.D., Clonallon Rectory, Warrenpoint, Co. Down.  Brother of 224, 225 and 226.  V, April, 1901.  Solicitor.  Believed dead.

453. Griffin, Robert Saunderson, b. 1st October, 1885, son of Rev. E. M. Griffin, B.D., 14 Charleville Road, Rathmines, Dublin.  Brother of 454 and 1366.  II, Dec., 1899.  T.C.D., M.A., 1912.  Clerk in Holy Orders.  Address: Hollywood Rectory, Ballymore Eustace, Co. Kildare.

454. Griffin, Edward Morgan, b. 5th April, 1887, son of Rev. E. M. Griffin, B.D., 14 Charleville Road, Rathmines, Dublin.  Brother of 453 and 1366.  II, Dec., 1899.  T.C.D., B.A., 1911.  Clerk in Holy Orders.  Great War: Capt., Army Chaplains' Dept.  Address: The Rectory, Belturbet, Co. Cavan.

461. *Martin, John, b. 14th October, 1888, son of John Martin, Galwally, Belfast.  Brother of 122 and 425,  U.V, Dec., 1905.  Great War: Lieut., M.G.C.  Director, Joseph Blair, Ltd.  Address: 43 Myrtlefield Park, Belfast.  (M.q.)  (Same person as 694)

465. *Pollock, William, b. 28th August, 1886, son of John Pollock, Ardeen, Holywood, Co. Down.  Father of 2603.  L.V, Dec., 1901.  1st XI, 1900-01.  Played Cricket for Ulster and Gentlemen of Ireland.  Capt., Gentlemen of Ireland Cricket XI, 1924.  Chairman and Managing Director, Lytle & Pollock, Ltd., Belfast.  President, O.C. Society, 1928-29-30.  Address: 23 Malone Park, Belfast.  (M.q.)

466. Porter, Harold William, b. 23rd April, 1887, son of R. J. Porter, Silverdale, Greenisland, Belfast.  Brother of 434 and 1060.  IV, Dec., 1900.  R.B.A.I., 1901-03; T.C.D., 1904-09;  B.A.I., 1909;  A.M.I.C.E.;  R.E. (S.R.), 1908.  Great War: Major, Royal Engineers.  Manager, Special Spring Dept., Thos. Firth & John Brown, Ltd., Atlas Works, Sheffield.  Retired.  Address: "Cherry-Ripe," Upper Greenisland, Belfast.  (M.x.q.)

467. *Smith, Fleet Floyd Strother, b. 30th July, 1883, son of Rev. J. S. Smith, Oaklands, Boyle.  L.VI, July, 1902.  1st XI, 1901-02;  1st XV, 1899-1900-1-2;  Edinburgh University;  M.B., B.Ch., 1907;  M.D. (Edin.), 1913.  Indian Medical Service.  Brevet-Colonel, 1935.  O.C. Indian Military Hospital, Meerut, O.P.  Joint A.D.M.S., Peshawar District;  Viceroy's Honorary Surgeon, 1938-39;  Hon. Surgeon to King George VI, 1939-40;  Great War: Suez Canal, 1914-15, Suvla Bay, Gallipoli, 1915, Salonica, 1916-17, Bushire, Persia, 1918-19.  2nd War: A.D.M.S., Peshawar District, 1939-40; O.C., No. 5 General Hospital, Deolali, 1940-44.  With Ministry of Pensions, London.  Address: c/o Messrs. Grindlay's Bank Ltd., 54 Parliament Street, London, S.W.1.  (M.q.)

468. Tate, William S., b. 28th June, 1886, son of George Tate, Forthview, Antrim Road, Belfast.  III. July, 1902.  Ulster Bank, 1902-06.  Mercantile Marine, 1906-14. Great War: Lieut., R.N.V.R. on Mine-Sweeping Service; awarded King's Badge.  Taxing Clerk, (Inland Revenue).  Died.

470. *Young, James Reid, b. 26th December, 1884, son of Robert M. Young, Rathvarna, Chichester Park, Belfast.  U.V, July, 1903.  1st XI, 1903.  1st XV, 1902-03.  Messrs. Young & McKenzie, 1903-1907.  Assistant to Sir Aston Webb, R.A.C.B., London, 1908-09, and afterwards to McKim, Mead & White, New York.  Great War: Capt., R.A.S.C.  Second World War: Captain, 6th Batt. R.U.R., 1939-42.  President, Old Campbellian Society, 1954.  Partner, Messrs. Young & MacKenzie, Architect, F.R.I.B.A.  Address: 153 Scottish Provident Buildings, Belfast.  (M.q.)


472. Davidson, Victor James, b. 28th April, 1886, son of James Davidson, Oakley, Knock, Belfast.  III, July, 1902.  Manager of Rubber Plantation in Malay States.


476. Agnew, Arthur Maurice, b. 9th May, 1884, son of Wm. Agnew, 37 Wellington Park, Belfast.  Brother of 256.  L.V, July, 1901.  Great War: 2nd Lieut., R.G.A.  Supt., T. R. Goodlatte & Son, Passaic, U.S.A.  Chief Chemist in charge of production, Alligator Raincoat Coy.  Died 30th August, 1944, in St. Louis, Missouri.  (M.)

477. Allen, George, son of David Allen, Glenallen, Strandtown, Belfast.  I, Dec., 1899.  Senior Engineer in Charge, Harbour Power Station, Belfast Corporation.  Died 17th April, 1939.  (M.)

478. *Anderson, Sydney Drummond, b.31st July, 1889, son of Rev. H. Anderson, Castlewellan.  II, July, 1901.  Liverpool University, Great War: Lieut., R.E.  Address: Dysart, Cambridge Road, South Farnborough, Hants.

479. Bailey, John, b. 23rd May, 1883, son of Edward Bailey, F.C.A., Carraghdarragh, Windsor Avenue, Belfast.  Brother of 541 and 1077.  Father of 2734 and 3577.  Army, April, 1902.  Fellow of Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales;  Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland;  member of Council and past president.  Great War: R.A.S.C., Capt., Russian Exped. Force.  Died 4th April, 1954.  (M.)

481. Cooke, George Leonard, b. 1887, son of Rev. C. S. Cooke, The Rectory, Thurles.  Brother of 450.  VI, Dec., 1904.  1st XI, 1903-04.  Great War: 1914-19.  Engineer, G.S.R. (Ireland).  Died 1941.  (M.)

483. Garstin, George Christophilus, b. 21st September, 1883, son of Rev. W. F. Garstin, 4 Crumlin Terrace, Belfast.  Brother of 407, 408, 409 and 410.  IV, Dec., 1901.  Great War: Capt., R. Inniskilling Fusiliers.  (M.)

484. Graham, Donald Saunders, b. 20th July, 1886, son of Rev. T. S. Graham, LL.D., The Manse, Comber, Co. Down.  Brother of 79, 80, 81 and 82.  III, July, 1901.  Queen's University.  L.R.C.P. (Edin.), 1916;  L.R.C.S. (Edin.), 1916;  L.R.F.P.S. (Glasgow).  Great War: Major, R.A.M.C.  Died 13th September 1950.

486. Henry, James Maxwell, b. 4th January, 1887, son of Rev. James Henry, Stranooden P.O., Co. Monaghan.  VI, Nov., 1905.  Scholar;  Sch. Prefect;  T.C.D.;  First Math. Sizarship & Kidd Scholarship;  Mathematical Scholar, Townsend Prize, 1906;  Senior Moderator with Gold Medal in Maths.;  Senior Moderator in Logic and Ethics;  Studentship in Mathematics, 1909;  Fellowship Prize, 1911;  F.T.C.D.  Died 24th March, 1947.  (M.)

487. Hogan, William Patrick Kyle, b. 10th July, 1888, son of Rev. F. W. Hogan, All Saints' Vicarage, Hillsborough, Co. Down.  L.VI, July, 1907.  T.C.D., Junior Mod. Hist. and Pol. Sc., 1911;  M.A., 1915;  Wells Theological College, Deacon, 1914;  Curate of Chingford, 1914-16.  Great War: C.F.  Senior History Master, Dean Close School, Cheltenham, 1920-23.  Vicar of Horsford, Norwich, 1928.  Died, 1948.  (M.)

490. *Lea, Henry William, b. 28th August, 1883, son of Rev. Wm. Lea, Kilglass Rectory, Edgeworthstown.  Brother of 491.  Army, July, 1902.  British Civil Service, 1904.  Higher Executive Officer, Irish Lighthouse Dept., Deblin.  Pensioned, 1939.  Ministry of Home Affairs, R.U.C.  Auditor, 1941-48.  Address: 5 Hazeldene Park, Whitewell, Belfast.  (M.x.q.)

492. Lowe, William Henry, b. 3rd July, 1886, son of Rev. W. J. Lowe, D.D., 17 Myrtle Terrace, Londonderry.  Brother of 614 and 769 and 1091.  Father of 2380 and 2701.  U.VI, July, 1904.  Edinburgh University, M.B., Ch.B, 1909;  L.M. (Rotunda), 1910.  General Medical Practitioner.  Chairman, Dublin Branch O.C. Society, 1936-7-8.  Wanderers 1st XV and Club.  Died 26th November, 1944. (M.)

494. McCullough, Barkley, b. 22nd November, 1882, son of James McCullough, Mossley, Belfast.  VI, Dec., 1901.  Queen's College, 1st, 2nd and 3rd year Scholarship (Science);  B.A. (R.U.I.), 1904;  M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. (Q.U.B.), 1910.  Late Medical Officer, Freed Slaves' Home, Sudan United Mission, N. Nigeria.  Medical Officer, Dublin Medical Mission.  Address: 6 Chancery Place, Dublin. (M.q.)

495. *McElderry, Samuel Burnside Boyd, b. 7th October, 1885, son of Thomas McElderry, Ballymoney, Co. Antrim.  VI, Oct., 1903.  T.C.D., Sizarship, 1905;  Scholar, 1906;  Sen. Moderator, Mathematics;  Sen. Moderator, Exp. Sc., 1907;  Eastern Cadetship, Hong-Kong, 1909.  Inns of Court, O.T.C. and Artillery Training School, 1918.  Deputy Chief Secretary, Tanganyika, 1929.  Chief Secretary, Zanzibar, 1933.  C.M.G., 1935.  Retired 1940.  Employed High Commissioner's Office, South Africa, 1940-45, and in Colonial Office, 1945-46.  Member of Executive Council, British Empire Society for the Blind.  Address: Downside, Chipstead Lane, Tadworth, Surrey.  (M.q.)

496. *McGowan, Cecil Reid, b. 30th July, 1885, son of Wm. McGowan, M.D., Maghera, Co. Derry.  Brother of 497.  L.V, Dec., 1901.  Central Technical College, London, 1902-05.  A.C.G.I., Post Office Engineering Dept., 1912-47.  Great War: Capt., H.A.C., Major, 1930.  Retired, 1931.  Irish Shooting Teams since 1911.  Hon. Secy., Irish Rifle Club, Bisley.  Capt., London Irish Football Club, 1914-22.  Kent XV., 1919-20-21-22.  Address: East Lambrook Farm, East Lambrook, near South Petherton, Somerset.  (M.q.)

497. McGowan, Casper James, b. 6th November, 1887, son of Wm. McGowan, M.D., Maghera, Co. Derry.  Brother of 496.  IV, July, 1902.  University College, Cork.  B.E.  Circle Engineer, Middle Circle of S. Africa.  Retired 1947.  Died 24th May, 1950.

498. McWilliam, John Morell, b. 19th November, 1883, son of Wm. McWilliam, Corlatt House, Monaghan.  Brother of 464.  VI, July, 1901.  T.C.D.  B.A., 1905.  Edinburgh University.  Hockey Team, 1906-7-8.  Great War: Chaplain to the Forces; mentioned in despatches.  Minister of Craigmore, 1915-1927;  Minister of Dean Park, Glasgow, 1927-38;  Minister of Tynron, Dumfriesshire, 1938.  Author of ornithological books and papers.  Address: The Manse of Tynron, Dumfriesshire.  (M.q.)

499. Ringland, Thomas Bassett, b. 3rd December, 1884, son of Samuel B. Ringland, Ballytrim House, Crossgar, Co. Down.  L.V, July, 1902.  Football XV, 1901-02.  Great War: R.N.M.B.R.  Chairman, North London Engineering Co., Willesden.  Died 1939.  (M.)

500. *Robinson, (now Wakely), Arthur Victor Trocke, b. 28th Nov., 1886, son of Rev. J. M. Robinson, The Rectory, Wooden Bridge, Co. Wicklow.  Brother of 1102.  VI, Dec., 1904.  1st XV, 1903-04 (Capt.).  R.M.A., Woolwich.  2nd Lieut., R.E., 1906.  D.S.O.; M.C., p.s.c.; Instructor, Senior Officers School;  Col., 1934;  Brigadier, 1938.  Major-General, 1940.  Staff College, Camberley (1922-24), C.B. (1924);  G.S.O. (2) A.H.Q. India (1929-31),  C.R.E., Peshawar (1931-34),  G.S.O. (1) S.O.S. Sheerness (1936-38);  B.G.S. East Cmd., India (1938-40);  Cmdr., 7 Ind. Div. (1940-42);  Cmdr., L. of C. Area, Burma and India (1942-43);  Director-General movements Bengal (1943-45);  1914-1919 (Despatches 2);  Mohmaud, 1933 (Despatches);  1939-45 (Despatches 2); retired 1945.  Assumed surname of Wakely by deed poll, 1919.  Founder and Hon. Sec., Masters of Foxhounds Association of India (1929-35-38-45); S.O.S., Beagles, 1937-38);  Teme Valley Foxhounds, 1946-47.  Address: Ashfort, Templemore, Co. Tipperary.  (M.q.)

501. *Shilliday, George Alexander, son of Rev. J. Shilliday, D.D., Surat, India.  Brother of 304.  School Prefect.  U.VI, 1904.  Scholar, 1904.  1st XI, 1903-05.  1st XV, 1904-05 (Capt.)  Indian Police, Bombay Province, 1906;  Assist. I.G. of Police, 1926;  Dep. I.G. of Police, 1929;  I.G. of Police, Bombay Province, 1935-41.  King's Police Medal, 1922.  C.I.E., 1931.  Address: c/o National Bank of India, Ltd., 26 Bishopsgate, E.C.2.  (M.q.)

502. Simpson, Charles John, b. 27th February, 1886, son of John Simpson, Clermont, Holywood, Co. Down.  LV, July, 1901.  B.A. (Hon.);  R.U.I., 1909;  Queen's Univ., Belfast,  M.B.,  B.Ch.,  B.A.O., 1910;  Lieut., R.A.M.C. (Special Reserve), 1910-13. Great War: Australian A.M.C., 1915-19;  Egypt, Palestine and Syria;  Major.  Medical Practitioner in Australia since 1911.  Philatelist.  Address: 20 Howitt Road, Caulfield S.E. 7, Victoria, Australia.  (M.q.) 

504. *Thompson, Robert Lancelot, b. 21st May, 1886, son of Robert Thompson, Dundela Villas, Strandtown, Belfast.  III, July, 1902.  Director and Chairman, J. & R. Thompson, Ltd., and other Companies.  Building Contractor.  Address: Heathcote, 42 Hawthornden Road, Belfast.  (M.q.)

505. *Walker, William McNeill, b. 7th September, 1888, son of Rev. Samuel Walker, M.A., Donaghadee.  Brother of 740.  U.VI, July, 1907.  Sch. Prefect;  1st XV, 1905-6-7;  1st XI, 1906;  Queen's Univ. Entrance, 2nd and 3rd year Scholarships;  M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., 1912.  Great War: Major, R.A.M.C.; M.C.  Former Chairman, Warwick & Leamington Divn., B.M.A.;  Assistant M.O.H., Warkwickshire, (Warwickshire) C.C.  Address: 33 Stratford Road, Warwick.  (M.x.q.)

506. *Watts, Robert, son of Rev. Robert Watts, Kilmacrennan, Co. Donegal.  Father of 2774 and 3144.  L.V, July, 1906.  Solicitors' Final, 1912.  Great War: Capt., Ulster Division;  M.C. and Bar;  French Croix de Guerre.  Partner in firm of C. & J. Black.  Governor and Trustee of Campbell College.  Address: Tiverton, Quarry Road, Strandtown, Belfast.  (M.q.)

507. Wilson, Guy Livingstone, b. 29th January, 1885, son of W.O. Wilson, Knowehead, Ballymena, Co. Antrim.  U.V, April, 1902.  M. Agr. (Hon. degree conferred by Q.U.B.);  Victoria Medal of Honour, conferred by the Royal Horticultural Society.  Bulb grower.  Address: The Knockan, Broughshane, Co. Antrim.  (q.)

508. Wylie, James McCleery, b. 10th August, 1886, son of John Wylie, Lalghar, Knock, Co. Down.  IV, July, 1902.  Motor Engineer.  Address: Lalghar, 6 Knock Road, Belfast.


509. Stack, Theodore Neville, b. 22nd April, 1888, son of Rev. T. F. L. Stack, B.D., Drumquin, Co. Tyrone.  IV, April, 1905.  1st XV, 1904-5.  Motor Engineer.  Believed dead.  (M.)


510. Ferguson, Robert, b. 4th February, 1884, son of Robert Ferguson, Greengraves, Newtownards, Co. Down.  Brother of 511.  III, April, 1900.  Farmer.  Died 12th February, 1952.

511. Ferguson, Stewart Campbell, b. 28th June, 1886, son of Robert Ferguson, Greengraves, Newtownards, Co. Down.  Brother of 510.  III, July, 1902.  Ulster Bank, 1903-12.  Assistant Banking Manager, American Trust Co., 1919-37.  Retired.  Address: 3312 Cowell Road, Concord, California.  (M.q.)

513. *Haire, Arthur Lindsay, b. 3rd November, 1884, son of Arthur Haire, Provincial Bank, Banbridge, Co. Down.  IV, July, 1901.  Great War: Capt., 3rd Batt. R.I. Fusiliers;  M.C.;  Capt., 1st Lincolnshire Regt.;  Sudan Defence Corps, 1927;  Retired 1929.  Stockbroker; Lindsay, Haire & Co., Belfast.  Address: Riverview, Banbridge, Co. Down.

514. *Legg, John, b. 5th June, 1886, nephew of Matthew Legg, Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim.  IV, July, 1902.  Apprentice, Harland & Wolff.  Engineer, Babcock, Wilcox & Co.  Address: 69 Avondale Road, South Croydon, Surrey.  (M.)


516. *Becher, John Hedges, b. 26th April, 1888, son of J. R. H.. Becher, Lorum Rectory, Bagenalstown.  Brother of 946.  L.VI, July, 1907.  1st XI, 1906-07; 1st XV, 1906-07;  B.A., B.A.I., T.C.D. (1911).  Great War: Capt., R.E.  Mentioned in despatches.  Barsi Light Railway, India.  Retired as Acting General Manager.  Address: Bagenalstown House, Co. Carlow, Eire.  (M.q.)

517. *Elliott, Thomas John Erne Young, b. 14th February, 1885, son of David Elliott, Erne House, Belleek.  Brother of 518.  L.V, Dec., 1901.  J.P. for Co. Fermanagh.  Address: Erne House, Belleek, Co. Fermanagh.  (M.)

518. *Elliott, David William Matthew Albert, b. 14th February, 1885, son of David Elliott, Erne House, Belleek.  Brother of 517.  L.V, Dec., 1901.  T.C.D., M.A., 1909.  Clerk in Holy Orders.  Prebendary of St. Flannan, Killaloe.  Address: Milltown, Malbay, Co. Clare.  (M.)

519. *Greeves, William Edward, b. 4th February, 1890, son of Joseph M. Greeves, Strandtown, Belfast.  Brother of 366, 762 and 929.  Father of 2597, 3028 and 3100.  IV, July, 1906.  1st XV, 1905-06.  Great War: B.E.F.  Croix de Guerre (avec etoile en bronze).  Hon. Lieut., F.A.U.  Linen Manufacturer.  High Sheriff, Co. Armagh, 1938.  Deputy Lieutenant for the County of Armagh, N.I.  (M.q.)

520. Hackett, John A. Whiteside, b. 9th September, 1885, son of Rev. Canon Hackett, D.D., The Rectory, Kilmallock.  Brother of 281.  Matric., July, 1903.  Edinburgh University;  M.B., Ch.B., 1908.  Hockey Blue.  Scottish Hockey International.  Medical Practitioner.  Retired, 1946.  Address: Galtee Cottage, Overstrand, Norfolk.  (M.q.)

523. Odlum, Llewellyn Digby, b. 21st February, 1882, son of J. E. Odlum, New Park, Maryborough.  Brother of 524.  Matric., July, 1902.  Address: Mellick, Leix.  (M.)

525. Riddall, Gervan Claude Victor, b. 4th May, 1887, son of Rev. Walter Riddall, D.D., Dean of Dromore, Crescent Gardens, Belfast.  III, April, 1901.  Edin. Univ. B.A. (London).  Head Master, Northwood Preparatory School, Middlesex.

526. *Seaver, Charles Douglas Kingsley, b. 25th May, 1887, son of Rev. R. W. Seaver, The Rectory, Malone, Belfast.  III, July, 1901.  Queen's University.  Univ. XV., 1907-8-9.  Univ. Cricket XI, 1907-8-9-10 (Capt.)  Royal College of Surgeons, Dublin.  L.R.C.P. & S.I., 1910.  R.A.M.C., Lt.-Col., 1934.  1914-18 War: France, India, Egypt.  Col., 1938.  1939-45 War: Brigadier; twice mentioned in despatches.  Retired 1946.  Address: c/o Messrs. Glyn Mills & Co. (Holts), Kirkland House, Whitehall, London, S.W.1. (M.q.)

527. Waddell, William Rutherford, b. 15th Sept., 1885, son of Rev. Hugh Waddell, Missionary to China.  Brother of 528.  L.VI. July, 1903.  L.R.C.P. and L.R.C.S. (Edin.)  Died 1914 at sea on S. S. Derbyshire.


529. *Beck, John Wilson, b. 19th November, 1885, son of Mrs. R. B. Beck, Connsbrook Avenue, Strandtown, Belfast.  III, July, 1901.  London University, I.E.E., 1909.  A.M.I.E.E., 1913/  Supervising Engineer, Pritchett & Gold, Dagenham.  Writer on Technical and genealogical subjects.  Address: Tir-na-Nog, 11 Parkway, Seven Kings, Essex.  (M.q.)

531. Magee, Edmund Sproule, b. February, 1886, son of John Magee, Donegal.  Brother of 424.  III, July, 1902.  Great War: North Irish Horse, 1914-17, wounded.  Retired Newsagent.  Address: 18 Ormiston Crescent, Knock, Belfast.  (q.)

532. Young, William Pearse, b. 7th October, 1882, son of Rev. W. J. Young, The Manse, Milford, Co. Donegal.  Brother of 533.  Father of 2395, 2512, 2723 and 2776.  U.V, Dec., 1902.  Winner of Mile and High Jump, 1902.  Queen's University, Sports, 1903-4-5.  B.A., 1905.  Presbyterian Minister.  Ordained, 1910.  Moderator Synod of Dublin, 1923-24.  Moderator Synod of Armagh and Monaghan, 1928-29.  Retired from Active Service, 1-10-52.  D.D. (Honoris Causa), 1953.  Address: Greenlaw, Dhu Varren Park, Portrush.  (M.q.)

533. Young, Charles H. Rafter, b. 21st January, 1884, son of Rev. W. J. Young, The Manse, Milford, Co. Donegal.  Brother of 532.  L.VI. April, 1902.  Assistant Secy. and Treas., Corning Glass Works, New York, U.S.A.  Interested in the large lens cast by this firm for the Mt. Palomar Observatory.  Died 25th March. 1950.  (M.)


534. *McElwaine, Percy Alexander, b. 21st September, 1884, son of A. J. McElwaine, M.A., Knock, Belfast.  Brother of 535.  VI, July, 1903.  Trinity College, Dublin, B.A.  (Moderator in Legal and Political Science), LL.B., 1907.  LL.D. (Jure Dig.), 1939.  Dublin University Philosophical Society;  Registrar, 1906-07;  Treasurer, 1907-08.  Gold Medal for Oratory, 1909.  Treasurer, "T.C.D.," 1907-08.  Called to Irish Bar, 1908, North East Circuit.  King's Counsel (Northern Ireland), 1929.  Called to Bar of Alberta, 1913.  Great War: Inns of Court, O.T.C., 1915; Lieut., R. Irish Rifles (Ulster Division), B.E.F., 1916-19.  Stipendiary Magistrate and Coroner, St. Lucia, B.W.I., 1920-23.  Crown Counsel and Senior Crown Counsel, Kenya, 1923-27.  Attorney0General and Member of Executive and Legislative Councils, Fiji, 1927-30.  Deputy Public Prosecutor, Singapore, 1930-33.  Attorney-General and Member of Executive and Legislative Councils of the Straits Settlements, 1933-36.  Chief Justice of the Straits Settlements, 1936-46.  Publications: "The Laws of the Gold Coast,"  Revised Edition, 1953.  Interned by Japanese, 1942-45.  Knight Bachelor, 1939.  Commissioned to hold enquiry in Sierra Leone, 1948.  Retired.  Address: Moorlands, Sheldon, Teignmouth, Devon.  (M.q.)

535. *McElwaine, Eric James Dalby, b. 13th April, 1887, son of A. J. McElwaine, M.A., Knock, Belfast.  Brother of 534.  VI, July, 1906.  1st XV, 1904-05.  T.C.D., B.A. (1st Class Hon. French and German), 1909.  Philosophical Society's Medal for Composition.  Lansdowne 1st XV, 1908-9.  University Featherweight Championship, 1909; Lightweight Championship, 1910.  Commissioned, I.A., 1911 (76th Punjabis);  Army in India Officers Featherweight Championship, 1913.  Great War: 1914-18, Egypt and Mesopotamia (despatches), Afghanistan and N.W.F., 1919 (despatches).  O.B.E. Waziristan and North West Frontier, 1919-24.  Lt.-Col. and Commandant, 10-1st Punjab Regt., 1934-38.  Pension Estb., 1939.  Address: 17 Merlyn Park, Ballsbridge, Dublin.  (q.)


536. *Boyd, James, b. 7th Feb., 1888, son of Wm. C. Boyd, Hazelbank, Ravenscroft Avenue, Belfast.  Brother of 610.  U.IV, July, 1907.  Scholar.  R.U.I.  1st Schol. Math. Sc., 1906.  B.A., 2nd Class Math. Sc., 1908.  M.A. (2nd Class Honours, Math. Sc.), 1910.  B.Sc., (1st Class Hons.), 1911.  Purser Student in Maths., 1911.  Univ. of Paris, 1911-12.  M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. (2nd Class Honours), Q.U.B. 1916.  D.P.H., 1919.  M.D., 1923.  President, S.R.C., Q.U.B., 1914-16.  Member of Senate, Q.U.B., 1914-16.  Medical Officer and Assistant Master, Bradfield College, Berks, 1919-21.  M.R.C.P.I., 1934, and F.R.C.P.I., 1936.  Hon. Phys., Royal Gwent Hospital, Newport, 1922-30.  Crown Nominee, General Medical Council (since 1946); Honorary Physician to King George VI, 1947-50; C.B.E., 1951. Chief Medical Officer, Ministry of Labour, N.I., 1930-44;  Chief Medical Officer, Ministry of Health and Local Government, N.I. (since 1944);  Governor, Campbell College since 1951.  Address: 18 Cadogan Park, Belfast.  (M.q.)


540. Anderson, Thomas Norman, b. 20th February, 1886, son of James Anderson, Roselawn, Banbridge, Co. Down.  Brother of 598 and 665.  III, July, 1902.  Yarn Bleacher.  Died April, 1944.

541. Bailey, Edward William, son of Edward Bailie, Carraghdarragh, Windsor Avenue, Belfast.  Brother of 479 and 1077.  Matric., July, 1901.  Solicitor, 1910.  Address: Sunningdale, Westbourne Road, Weymouth, Dorset.

542. *Boal, Jackson Grahame, b. 3rd May, 1886, son of Hugh Boal, Slatt, Ballymena.  Matric., July, 1903.  1st XV, 1902-03.  Edinburgh University.  M.B., Ch.B., 1910.  Surgeon, Royal Navy, 1912.  Surgeon Captain, 1935.  Served in 1st and 2nd World Wars.  Medical Officer, Eastbourne College.  Address: Crosby Lodge, Gandick Road, Eastbourne.  (M.q.)

543. *Black, Arthur, son of Arthur Black, Lyndhurst, Bloomfield, Belfast.  U.VI, July, 1907.  Scholar;  Dufferin Medal.  R.U.I.  Class. Sch., 1906.  Entr. Sch., Sidney Sussex Coll., Cambridge, 1906, Goldsmith's Exhibition in Classics, 1908.  1st Class (First Place) Law Tripos, Part II, 1911.  University (Whewell) Scholarship in International Law, 1911.  B.A., 1910;  LL.B., 1911;  M.A., 1913;  called to Irish Bar.  K.C. (N.I.), 1929.  Lecturer in Law, Q.U.B., 1929-31.  Bencher of Inns of Court of N.I.  M.P. (N.I., South Belfast, 1925-29;  Recorder of Belfast, 1941;  Judge of the High Court of Justice (Northern Ireland), 1943;  Lord Justice of Appeal, 1949;  Member of the Privy Council of Northern Ireland, 1949.  Address: 20 Castlehill Road, Belfast.

545. Brewster, Arthur, b. 17th September, 1885, son of John Brewster, St. Murus, Fahan, Londonderry.  Brother of 395 and 674.  VI, July, 1904.  1st XI, 1902-03.  1st XV, 1901-04.  Dentist.  Address: Springbank, Frances Street, Newtownards.  (M.)

547. Caldwell, Matthew F., b. 15th April, 1883, son of James Caldwell, Mont Cecil, Bloomfield, Belfast.  Brother of 31.  VI, Oct., 1901.  1st XV, 1900-01.  R.U.I. and Queen's University.  M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., 1907.  Surgeon, R.N., Lieut.-Cdr. Retired.  Asst. Medical Officer.  Address: (in 1950), 12 Queen Street, Newcastle, Staffs.

549. Davidson, Francis Arthur James, b. 4th November, 1884, son of Mrs. Davidson, Avoca, Knock, Belfast.  U.V, July, 1902.  Shipping Business.  Great War: Lieut., R. Irish Rifles.  Died 19th Sept., 1949.  (M.)

551. *Hamilton, Eben Stuart Burt, b. 30th March, 1886, son of Very Rev. R. W. Hamilton, Lisburn.  Brother of 763.  Father of 2100, 2309, 2621 and 3652.  L.VI, July, 1903.  Queen's, 1903.  Edinburgh University, 1904.  M.B., Ch.B., 1910.  F.R.C.S. (Edin.), 1919.  Great War: Major, R.A.M.C., Spec. Res. M.C.  Ear, nose and Throat Surgeon.  Various hospital appointments and District E.N. and T. Specialist, Ministry of Pensions.  Knight of Grace, Order of St. John of Jerusalem.  Address: Hertford, South Downs Road, Hale, Cheshire.  (M.q.)

553. Jackson, Sydney Herbert, b. 10th November, 1885, son of Wm. Jackson, 15 Rugby Road, Belfast.  Father of 2695.  L.VI, July, 1902.  Scholar.  1st XI, 1902.  Chartered Accountants' Final, 1909.  F.C.A.  Principal of Jackson, McCann & Co., Chartered Accountants.  Pres. Irish Cricket Union, 1946, N.C.U., 1938-45;  Chairman, N.C.U. Committee from 1929, and its Hon. Treasurer from 1922.  Died 17th May, 1948.  (M.)

554. Jamison, Thomas John, b. 17th November, 1886, son of Wm. Jamison, Market Street, Limavady, Co. Derry.  Brother of 689 and 690.  U.VI, July, 1904.  Scholar.  To America.

555. *Kelly, John William, b. 28th September, 1885, son of T. O'D. Kelly, Provincial Bank, Newry.  VI, Oct., 1904.  Scholar.  1st XV, 1901-2-3-4.  T.C.D., Junior Exhibition, 1904.  Senior Exhib., 1906.  B.A., with Junior Mod., 1908.  Finance Dept., Gov. of India, 1910.  Deputy Controller of Currency, Bombay, 1926.  Controller of the Currency, Calcutta, 1932.  C.I.E., 1934.  Retired.  R.A.P.C.  Lieut. and Paymaster, January, 1940.  Demobilised, June, 1945 with Hon. Rank Captain.  Address: Cooleen, Warrenpoint, Co. Down.  (M.q.)

556. *Moore, Henry Francis, b. 5th May, 1887, son of Wm. Moore, Normanville, The Mount, Belfast.  III, July, 1903.  Queen's Univ. Final Examination (Hons., 2nd Place).  Pharmaceutical Society of Ireland, 1911.  Member of Council of "The Guild of Queen's University, Belfast."  Pharmaceutical Chemist.  President, Pharm. Society (N.I.), 1942-1943.  Address: 134 Royal Avenue, Belfast.  (M.q.)

557. *Mulholland, Henry Holmes, b. 2nd June, 1887, son of James H. Mulholland, Strathclyde, Donaghadee, Co. Down.  Brother of 574, 696 and 1191.  L.VI, June, 1906.  Queen's University, M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., 1912.  D.P.H. (Liverpool), 1913.  Great War: Capt., 1918-21, Waziristan Field Force.  Major.  Retired 1923.  Govt. Medical Officer, N. Rhodesia.  Recalled to R.A.M.C., 1939-45.  Lt.-Col., 1940.  Retired General Practitioner.  Address: Knowle Cross House, Whimple, Devon.  (M.q.)

558. McCammon, William Herbert, b. 31st January, 1885, son of Andrew McCammon, Drumgooland, Seaforde, Co. Down.  Brother of 559 and 800.  IV, Dec., 1903.  1st XV, 1902-03.  Great War: 10th Corps Cavalry Regt.  Landowner.  Address: Drumgooland House, Seaforde, Co. Down.

559. McCammon, John Andrew, b. 6th January, 1887, son of Andrew McCammon, Drumgooland, Seaforde, Co. Down.  Brother of 558 and 800.  IV, July, 1904.  Great War: Lieut., R.G.A. (Antrim S.R.).  Director, J. S. Brown & Sons, Belfast.  Address: 103 Osborne Park, Belfast.  (M.q.)

560. *McElderry, Howard Campbell, b. 17th September, 1885, son of John McElderry, Ballymoney, Co. Antrim.  1st XV., 1902-03.  1sr Arts, June, 1903.  Edinburgh Univ., B.Sc. (Agr.), 1906.  General Manager and Representative in Greece of the Lake Copais Company, Ltd., which drained and now farms what was formerly a 60,000 acre marsh in the Province of Boeotia.  Served in the Middle East Supply Centre (Cairo), 1943-44.  Awarded O.B.E. in 1946.  Address: Lake Copais Company, Ltd., Aliartos, Greece.  (q.)

561. McFerran, John, b. 10th December, 1886, son of Mrs. McFerran, Everton, Clontarf, Co. Dublin.  L.V, July, 1902.  Winnipeg Paint and Glass Co.

562. *McKibbin, Alan John, b. 2nd February, 1890, son of John McKibbin, Knockdene Park, Knock, Belfast.  Father of 2776.  L.V, Dec., 1905.  Great War:  R.E.  Messrs. John McKibbin & Son.  O.B.E.  Member of Imperial Parliament.  Address: 22 Corporation Street, Belfast.  (M.q.)

563. *Oulton, John Ernest Leonard, b. 22nd March, 1886, son of Rev. R. C. Oulton, The Rectory, Glynn, Belfast.  VI, Dec., 1904.  Dufferin Medal. T.C.D., Junior Exhib.  Scholar, 1906.  First Vice-Chancellor's Latin Medal, 1907.  Sen. Mod. Classics;  Junior Mod. Modern Lit., 1908.  B.A. 2nd Berkeley Gold Medal, 1909.  B.D., 1919.  Rector of Chapelizod, 1927.  Monkstown, 1929.  Canon of St. Patrick's 1930,  Treasurer, 1949,  Chancellor, 1953.  Lecturer in Divinity School, T.C.D., 1924-30.  Archbishop King's Professor of Divinity, 1930-35.  D.D., 1934.  Regius Professor of Divinity, 1935.  Member of Royal Irish Academy.  Contributor to "History of Church of Ireland."  Editor of Eusebius VI-X"  (Loeb) and Joint Editor of "Eusebius Ecclesiastical History"  Author of "The Credit Statements of St. Patrick; Holy Communion and Holy Spirit";  Joint Editor of "Alexandrian Christianity" in the "Library of Christian Classics."  Address: Zion Lodge, Zion Road, Rathgar, Dublin.  (q.)

564. Sinclair, James, b. 5th Dec., 1889, son of John Sinclair, Bayview, Sligo.  Brother of 735 and 866.  Father of 2714.  L.V, Dec., 1904.  Own Business.  Great War: R.E., 1915-19.  Address: Cranleigh, Knocksinna, Stillorgan, Dublin.  (M.q.)

565. Thomson, William Willis Dalziel, b. 8th September, 1885, son of Wm. Thomson, M.D., Annahilt House, Hillsborough.  Father of 2343.  U.VI, July, 1904.  Q.U.B.  Med. Sch. and 1st Prizeman, 1905-8;  Sen. Sch. in Chemistry, 1907;  Dunville Student, 1907;  Hon. Demonstrator in Chemistry, 1907;  M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. (First Place), with first Class Hons. and Special Scholarship, 1910.  R.U.I., First Place and First of First Hons. at First Medical (1905);  Second Medical (1906), and Third Medical (1908) respectively;  Henry Hutchinson Stewart Scholarship in Medicine, 1906;  B.A. with First Class Honours in Chemistry and Physiology, 1907.  Colour-Sergeant, Q.U.B., O.T.C.  President, Students' Representative Council, and Member of Senate, Queen's University, Belfast, 1908-9.  President, Belfast Medical Students' Society, 1910-11.  Resident Medical Officer of Purdysburn Fever Hospital, 1911.  B.Sc., First Class Honours;  D.P.H.;  M.D. (Gold Medal), 1916.  Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C., 1916-18.  M.R.C.P. (London), 1918.  Assistant Physician, Royal Victoria Hospital,  1919.  Professor of Medicine, Queen's University, 1923.  Consulting Physician.  F.R.C.P.  President, O.C. Society, 1924-25-26.  Contributor to B.M. and other Journals.  Deputy-Lieutenant for the City of Belfast.  President, N.I. Branch of the B.M.A., 1933; of the B.M.A. Section of Medicine, 1937, of the Irish Medical Schools and Graduates Association, 1936-37, of the Ulster Medical Society, 1937-38.  Lumleian Lecturer, Royal College of Physicians, 1939.  President of the Association of Physicians of Great Britain and Ireland, 1949.  Knighted, January, 1950.  Died 26th November, 1950.  (M.)


566. Armour, James Brown McMaster, b. 15th July, 1885, son of Rev. J. B. Armour, M.A., Ballymoney.  Brother of 390 and 1014.  Father of 3576.  Matric., July, 1903.  Queen's College, Galway.  Junior Scholar, 1905.  Senior Scholar, 1906.  R.U.I., B.A., 1906.  M.A., 1908.  New College, Edinburgh.  Assistant, Fitzroy Avenue Presbyterian Church, 1911.  Great War: Army Chaplain; mentioned in despatches.  Minister, St. John's Pres. Church, South Shields, 1913-28.  Gen. Secy., British and Foreign Bible Society in Canada and Newfoundland, 1928-47.  D.D.  (Honoris Causa), Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, 1944.  Died 25th October, 1947.  (M.)

567. Bennet, Arthur Macaldin, b. 29th June, 1886, son of Mrs. Bennet, Richmond, Antrim Road, Belfast.  Brother of 601 and 602.  II, April, 1902.  Consulting Engineer.  Address: 16 Westbourne Gardens, London, W.2.

570. *Martin, Henry Lawrence, b. 5th May, 1889, son of H. L. Martin, Glendarragh, Knock, Belfast.  Brother of 571.  V, April, 1905.  Great War: Lieut., R. Irish Rifles.  Director, Ulster Weaving Co., Belfast.  Export Manager, York Street Flax Spinning Co. Ltd., Belfast.  Address: 9 Broomhill Park, Belfast.  (M.q.)

571. Martin, John Cecil, b. 5th May, 1889, son of H. L. Martin, Glendarragh, Knock, Belfast.  Brother of 570.  VI, July, 1907; Engineering.

573. *Moorhead, Edward Johnson, b. 6th December, 1888, son of S. J. Moorhead, 29 Mespil Road, Dublin.  Army, April, 1907.  Scholar, R.M.A., Woolwich.  R.F.A., 2nd Lieut., 1909.  Mentioned in despatches, 1919.  Major, 1927.  1939-45 War; Royal Artillery.  Retired.  Address: 10 Vanbrugh Park Road, West, Blackheath, London, S.E.3.  (M.q.)

574. *Mulholland, James Allan, b. 11th October, 1885, son of James H. Mulholland, J.P., Strathclyde, Donaghadee.  Brother of 557, 696 and 1191.  III, Dec., 1901.  For ten years with Henry Matier & Co., Belfast.  Great War: Lt.-Col., 1918.  Commanded 14th R. Irish Rifles, 1917, and 1st Bn. R.I.R., 1918.  Twice mentioned in despatches.  War Office Staff, 1918-21.  Commanded 18th London Regt. (London Irish Rifles), 1927-34.  Col., 1934.  M.C., 1917.  Legion of Honour, Croix de Guerre and Palm.  1940-47, Western Command Hqrs., Inspector of Salvage,  M.B.E. (Mil.)  Mayor of City of Westminster, 1949-50.  Alderman of City of Westminster, 1951.  Merchant and Agent.  Address: 86 Albion Gate, London, W.2.  (M.q.)

575. *McKean, John Knox Leslie, b. 31st Jan., 1890, son of Rev. Wm. McKean, D.D., Belfast.  Brother of 151.  Matric., July, 1908.  Queen's University, B.A., 1911; M.A., 1912.  Presbyterian Minister, Ordained to 1st Comber, 1916.  D.D., 1952.  Moderator of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, 1952-53;  Governor of Campbell College, 1941;  Chairman, 1951-53.  Address: The Manse, Comber, Co. Down.

577. McMillen, William Hugh, b. 23rd July, 1887, son of Hugh McMillen, Bloomfield, Belfast.  Brother of 578, 579 and 1580.  II, Sept., 1901.  Flour and Grain Broker.  Director, H. D. Hardie & Co., Glasgow.  Died 1st October, 1954.  (M.)

578. McMillen, Henry Joseph, b. 4th October, 1888, son of Hugh McMillen, Bloomfield, Belfast.  Brother of 577, 579 and 1580.  Father of 2574 and 3290.  II, Nov., 1901.  District Superintendent, Esso Petroleum Co. Ltd.  Address: The Beeches, Cultra, Co. Down.  (M.q.)

579. McMillen, Ernest, b. 28th February, 1890, son of Hugh McMillen, Bloomfield, Belfast.  Brother of 577, 578 and 1580.  Father of 2449 and 3128.  II, Nov., 1901.  Insurance Broker.  Died May, 1950.  (M.)

580. McMordie, John Andrew, b. 8th July, 1887, son of R. J. McMordie, Cabin Hill, Belfast.  U.V, April, 1904.  Queen's College, Belfast.  Address: 5 Overbury Road, Parkstone, Dorset.  (M.q.)

585. Voss, Robert George, b. 20th August, 1885, son of R. D. Voss, J.P., Campbell, Griqualand West, South Africa.  Brother of 785.  L.V, Gold mining, diamond mining, collier proprietor.  Last known address: Forest Lodge, Jan Smuts Avenue, Saxonwold, Johannesburg.  (M.)

586. Webb, Hermann Watson, b. 1888, son of Richard T. Webb, Rath House, Knock, Belfast.  Brother of 206, 634 and 961.  Matric., July, 1907.  1st XV, 1904-05.  Edinburgh University.  M.B., Ch.B., 1911, F.R.C.S. (Edin.), 1913.  Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C.  Subsequently in Shanghai and Malaya.  Address: c/o Webb & Co., Newtownards, Co. Down, and 112 King's Road, Belfast.


588. Armstrong, Robert Angus Emerson, b. 3rd September, 1886, son of Wm. Armstrong, Chichester Gardens, Antrim Road, Belfast.  U.V, July, 1903.  T.C.D., M.A., 1910.  Linen Manufacturer.  (M.)

590. Davidson, John William, b. 24th February, 1886, son of John Davidson, Jennyvale, Saintfield, Co. Down.  Brother of 641.  III, Dec., 1902.  Farmer in Ballygowan, Co. Down.

591. Irwin, Melville Cathcart, b. 27th June, 1887, son of Rev. J. Melville Irwin, The Manse, Birr.  Matric., July, 1904.  Queen's Univ. M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., 2nd Class Hons.  Schol. in Surgery, 1910.  Great War: R.A.M.C.  Medical Practitioner.  Address: 604 Green Lanes, Hornsey, London, N.8.  (M.q.)

594. Orr, Gladstone, b. 4th May, 1886, son of John Orr, The Cottage, Saintfield.  L.III, April, 1902.  J.P.  Died.

596. Witherow, T. Hastings, b. 7th September, 1890, son of Rev. Wm. Witherow, Kooh-i-noor, Bloomfield, Belfast.  I, July, 1902.  Queen's University, B.A.  World War I: Captain, R. Irish Rifles and Indian Army, 1915-20.  World War II: attached Royal Pioneer Corps, 1941-42.  Minister, Markethill Presbyterian Church.  Address: The Manse, Markethill, Co. Armagh.  (M.q.)


597. Allison, William White, b. 9th February, 1887, son of Rev. Robert Allison, Kilbride Manse, Doagh, Co. Antrim.  Brother of 742.  Matric., July, 1904.  Queen's University.  M.B.,  B.Ch.,  B.A.O., 1914.  Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C.  Medical Practitioner.  Died 17th November, 1953.  (M.)

598. *Anderson, James Coburn, b. 6th November, 1887, son of James Anderson, Roselawn, Banbridge, Co. Down.  Brother of 540 and 665.  IV, July, 1904.  Edinburgh University.  M.B., Ch.B., 1915.  Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C.  Address: Roselawn, Banbridge, Co. Down.

600. Beck, Ralph Bullick, b. August, 1885, son of Mrs. Beck, Knockvalley House, North Road, Bloomfield, Belfast.  L.III, April, 1903.  P. & O. Co., 1909.  Great War: Lieut., R.N.R.  Extra Master Mariner, 1919.  Command in P. & O. Service, 1936.  1939-45 in Command of H.M. Transports.  Retired.  Address: "Pinecot," Mill Lane, Rustington, Sussex.  (M.q.)

601. Bennet, John Leslie, b. 21st October, 1888, son of Mrs. Bennet, Ardstratha, Richmond, Belfast.  Brother of 567 and 602.  III, Dec., 1904.  T.C.D., M.A., LL.B. (1920).  Great War: Capt., R. Irish Fusiliers.  Former Chairman, British Legion in N. Ireland.  O.B.E. (1943);  C.B.E. (1952).  National Vice-President British Legion. 1939-45; O.C. Motor Boat Patrol - Ulster Home Guard.  Proprietor, J. L. Bennet & Co., Belfast.  Address: Seafield's, Helen's Bay, Co. Down.

602. *Bennet, Edward Armstrong, son of W. B. Bennet, Poyntzpass, Co. Armagh.  Brother of 567 and 601.  III, Dec., 1904.  T.C.D.,  B.A. Junior Moderator Mental and Moral Science.  M.A., M.D., 1930, Sc.D., 1939;  M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., 1925.  Stewart Scholarship Mental Disease, 1926;  1st Prize Mental Disease, Histology, Physiology, etc. Trinity College.  D.P.M. (Roy. Coll. Phys. and Surg., England), 1926.  Physician Royal Bethlem and Maudsley Hospital, London;  Psychiatrist, West End Hospital for Nervous Diseases, London;  Lecturer (and Recognised Teacher), Institute of Psychiatry, University of London; Lecturer in Psychological Medicine, School of Physic, Dublin University.  'Fellow (Vice-President Section of Psychiatry) Royal Society of Medicine, London.  Fellow, Royal Academy of Medicine, Dublin;  Fellow (Past Chairman, Medical Section)  British Psychological Society;  Member Royal Medico-Psychological Society.  Author of papers on Psychiatry in various medical journals.  Major, R.A.M.C., 1940, Brigadier, Army Medical Service and Consultant in Psychiatry, India Command, 1942-45.  M.C.  Address: 99 Harley Street, London, W.1.;  2 St. Katharine's Precinct, Regent's Park, London, N.W. 1.  (M.x.q.)

603. *Boyd, William Ryder, b. 1st December, 1887, son of Rev. Robt. Boyd, Anand, Bombay, India.  Brother of 867.  VI, Dec., 1906.  School Prefect.  1st XV, 1902-3-4-5-6 (Capt.), 1903-4.  Dufferin Medal.  T.C.D., Junior Exhib., 1906.  Senior Exhib., 1908.  Scholar, 1910.  Senior Classical Mod., 1910.  B.A.  Malayan Civil Service (Retired).  Address: 54 Bryansford Road, Newcastle, Co. Down.  (q.)

604. Buchanan, John James, b. 5th April, 1887, son of William Buchanan, Northland Road, Londonderry.  L.V, July, 1903.  Managing Director, Buchanan Bros., Londonderry.  Member of Londonderry Port and Harbour Board.  Vice-President, Londonderry Chamber of Commerce.  President, Londonderry Rotary Club.  J.P. High Sheriff of Londonderry.  Address: Beechmount, Deanfield, Londonderry.  (M.)

605. Craig, Alexander Nelson, b. 16th May, 1887, son of James Craig, M.D., 2 Carlisle Terrace, Londonderry.  Brother of 718 and 897.  L.VI, July, 1905.  Edinburgh University.  M.B., Ch.B., 1914.  Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C.  Medical Practitioner.  Died 15th March, 1941.

606. *Dobbin, Leonard, b. 27th November, 1886, son of Leonard Dobbin, Knockrea, Blackrock Road, Cork.  Brother of 730.  VI, July, 1904.  Great War: Sgt. Despatch Rider, R.E. and W.O., R.E.  Director, Transit, Ltd., Margaret St., Cork.  Dean's Churchwarden and Hon. Treas. of St. Fin Barre's Cathedral, Cork, since 1934.  Address: Kinsale, Co. Cork.   (M.q.)

608. *Emerson, Edward Crawford Trench, b. 24th February, 1889, son of Edward Emerson, Enderley, Knock, Belfast.  VI, July, 1908.  1st XI, 1908.  Sports Champion, 1906, and Joint Champion, 1907.  Queen's University, Belfast.  Athletic Team, 1909.  M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. (Hons.), 1914.  Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C.  M.D.  D.P.H. (Psychiatry), 1926; and (Mental Deficiency), 1927.  Address: c/o Messrs. Glyn Mills & Co. (Holts Branch), Kirkland House, Whitehall, London, S.W.1.

609. Glendinning, William Gerald, b. 1st May, 1889, son of the Rt. Hon. R. G. Glendinning, P.C., D.L., J.P., Glengyle, Windsor Avenue, Belfast.  Brother of 874.  VI, July, 1906.  Queen's University, Belfast, 1907-14.  B.A. (R.U.I.), B.Sc. (Q.U.B.), A.R.I.C., A.F.R.Ae.S.  Gordon Taylor Gold Medal, Royal Aeronautical Society, 1947.  Despatch Rider, R.E., 1914-17.  Research Chemist.  Address: Downlands, Seale, Surrey.  (M.x.q.)

610. Boyd, William, b. 14th November, 1885, son of W. C. Boyd, Hazelbank Villa, Ravenscroft Avenue, Belfast.  Brother of 536 and 1066.  Matric., July, 1903.  Queen's University.  M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., 1911.  Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C.  S.M.O., Persia L. of C . Medical Officer, Tea estates, Assam.  Medical Practitioner.  Died 12th March, 1950.

614. *Lowe, John Alexander, b. 29th August, 1888, son of Rev. W. J. Lowe, D.D., 17 Myrtle Terrace, Londonderry.  Brother of 492, 769 and 1091.  IV, July, 1904.  Apprentice Engineer, Workman Clark, Belfast and Craig's, Londonderry, 1905-09.  'Engineer, U.S.A., 1909-30.  With American Punitive Expedition in Mexico, 1916-17.  American Expeditionary Force, 1917-1919.  Director, New Mexico Veteran's Service Commission.  U.S. Indian Service, 1930-42.  U.S. Army, 1942-47.  Lt.-Col. Retd., 1950.  Address: 343 Delgado St., Santa Fe, New Mexico, U.S.A.  (M.q.)

617. MacKellar, David Ian, b. 27th September, 1887, son of J. MacKellar, North Road, Bloomfield, Belfast.  III, April, 1903.  Chief Engineer's Certificate, Board of Trade.  Marine Engineer and Asst. Superintendent, Shaw, Savill & Albion Co.; General Manager (in Britain) for Messrs. McEwan & Black, Buenos Aires.  Died 19th April, 1952.

618. *Mann, Edward Weller, b. 10th July, 1886, son of H. Alfred Mann, J.P., Cookstown, Co. Tyrone.  Matric., June, 1904.  Queen's University.  M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., 1915.  Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C. (S.R.)  I.M.S., 1920-22.  Medical Practitioner.  M.O. to Dorchester Prison and Dorchester Grammar School.  Hon. Visiting Physician, Dorset County Hospital and Chairman of Committee.  Retired.  Address: Muckleford, nr. Dorchester, Dorset.  (M.q.)

619. McDonald, Harold, b. 11th May, 1887, son of J. McDonald, Ashville, Skegoniel Avenue, Belfast.  VI, July, 1905.  Queen's University, Belfast, 1906-10.  Canadian Pacific Railway Official.  (M.)

620. McClintock, Hugh Thomas Shaw, b. 18th April, 1886, son of W. J. McClintock, Rosebeg House, Westport, Co. Mayo.  Brother of 772.  U.VI, July, 1904.  M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O. (R.U.I.), 1912.  D.P.H. (Dublin), 1914.  Great War: Surg.-Lieut., R.N.  Director, Messrs. Todd, Burns & Co., Dublin, 1920.  Medical Practitioner.  Address: Dreghorn, Chesterfield Road, Eastbourne.  (M.)

621. McKee, Ernest James, b. 25th June, 1886, son of Rev. James McKee.  Father of 2210 and 2573.  Matric., July, 1903.  B.A. (R.U.I.), 1906.  LL.B., 1908.  Queen's Univ.  Junior Scholar in Law, 1906.  Sen. Sch. in Law, 1907.  Assembly's College, Coey, Getty and Herdman Scholar.  Presbyterian Minister; Ordained, 1911.  Edin. Univ. Honours in Divinity.  LL.D.  Great War: Chaplain to Ulster Division, 1916-1919.  Minister of Bray, 1923.  Died 14th April, 1934.  (M.)

622. McKee, James, b. 23rd Sept., 1886, son of Samuel  McKee, Southview, Earlswood Road, Belfast.  IV, July, 1902.  Father of 3009 and 3124.  Linen Business till 1914.  Great War: Capt., R. Irish Rifles.  D.S.O.  Chevalier de l'Ordre Leopold.  Croix de Guerre (Belge).  Headmaster's Secy., Campbell College.  Died 14th July, 1934. (M.)

623. McRobert, John, b. 15th September, 1889, son of John McRobert, J.P., Rademon, Crossgar, Co. Down.  Brother of 776.  L.V, July, 1906.  Farmer and Mill Owner.  Address until 1952: Rademon, Crossgar, Co. Down.  (M.)

626. Porter, Hugh Hanna, b. 10th March, 1888, son of Mrs. Porter, Belhaven, King's Road, Knock, Belfast.  III, July, 1903.  Belfast Corporation.  Address: Belhaven, 22 King's Road, Belfast.

628. *Robb, Alexander, b. 24th May, 1888, son of Alex. Robb, Ballybeen House, Dundonald.  Brother of 942.  V, Dec., 1904.  Farmer.  Member of District Council.  Address: Ballybeen House, Dundonald, Belfast.

629. Rogers, Beechey Louis, b. 21st July, 1885, son of Beechey Rogers, R.N., 15 St. Edward's Road, Southsea.  Brother of 630.  Army, Nov., 1902.  Paymaster Lieut.-Commander.  Retired, 1922.  Secretary of St. Peter's Hospital, Henrietta Street, London.  W.C.2. Commander (S), 1939-46. Store Officer and Cashier, R.N. Hospital, Newton Abbot.  Retired.  Address: Woodfield Cottage, Luston, Leominster.  (M.q.)

630. *Rogers, John Douglas Wales, b. 31st January, 1891, son of Beechey Rogers, R.N., 15 St. Edward's Road, Southsea.  Brother of 629. III, April, 1904. Portsmouth Grammar School.  Paymaster Commander, R.N., 1930.  Retired Captain (S), R.N.  Address: Applecross, Patten's Lane, Chatham.  (M.q.)

631. Stoops, Samuel Donaldson, b. 13th May, 1884, son of W. Stoops, Intermediate School, Newry, Co. Down.  L.VI, July, 1902.  Scholar, Queen's College, Belfast.  B.A., 1906.  Senior English and Classical Master, Newry Inter. School, 1906-13.  Senior English and Class. Master, Boys' High School, Stellenbosch, 1914-1919.  Senior Class. Master, Boys' High School, Kimberley, 1920.  Headmaster, 1928.  Died 23rd June, 1941.  (M.)

632. *Venables, Oswald Eric (D), b. 1st July, 1891, son of W. J. Venables, Gortalowry House, Cookstown, Co. Tyrone.  Brother of 584.  VI, July, 1909.  Scholar.  School Prefect.  1st XV, 1907-8-9.  1st XI, 1908-9.  T.C.D., Jun. Ex., 1909.  Scholar, 1912.  Mod. B.A.  Great War: 2nd Lieut., R.F.A.  Malayan Civil Service.  Retired to South Africa, 1948.  Address: 11 Sandringham Road, Parkstone, Dorset.  (M.x.q.)

635. Wiley, Joseph Barron, b. 14th May, 1886, son of J. B. Wiley, Ballycushan, Templepatrick.  IV, July, 1902.  Address: Ballycushan, Templepatrick, Co. Antrim.


637. Bartley, John, b. 2nd March, 1886, son of Chas. Bartley, Palace Street, Drogheda.  Brother of 638 and 963.  VI, July, 1904.  Scholar.  Dufferin Medal.  1st XV, 1903-04.  T.C.D., Classical Sizarship and Junior Exhibition, 1904.  Sen. Ex., 1906.  Class. Schol., 1907.  Vice-Chancellor's Prize (Greek Prose), and Vice-Chancellor's Medal (Latin), 1907.  Sen. Mod in Classics and in Mod. Lit., 1908.  Sanscrit Prize, 1910.  M.A., 1920;  LL.B., 1923;  2nd XV (Captain), 1st XV, 1908-9, 1909-10.  Barrister, Lincoln's Inn, 1923.  Served in I.C.S., 1910-45.  Joint Secretary and Legislative Draftsman, Govt. of India, 1931-45.  Legal Adviser to Indian Delegation to United Nations, San Francisco and London, 1945-46.  C.I.E., 1936.  C.S.I., 1941.  Kt., cr. 1945.  Died 9th July, 1954.  (M.)

638. *Bartley, Frederick Douglas (C), b. 1st June, 1889, son of Chas. Bartley, Palace Street, Drogheda/  Brother of 637 and 963.  VI, July, 1908.  Scholar.  Head Prefect, 1908.  1st XV, 1905-6-7.  Capt., 1908.  Indian Police, 1908.  Special Intelligence Officer, Presidency Brigade, 8th Lucknow Divn.  Liaison Officer to G.O.C., Calcutta, 1914-18.  Major, A.F.I.  Deputy-Commissioner of Police, H. Quarters, Calcutta, 1923-34.  Order of St. John.  King's Police Medal, 1923, and Bar, 1933.  C.B.E.  M.Inst. T.  J.P.  (Retired).  Examiner in Oriental Languages, Army Dept., Govy. of India, 1924-33.  Chief Press Censor in India, 1939-40.  Address: Looking West House, Crowborough, Sussex.

640. Boyd, Fredk. Arthur, b. 21st January, 1890, son of Robert Boyd, Huntley, Cliftonville Road, Belfast.  I, July, 1902.  Mercantile College.  Messrs. F. A. Boyd & Co., Belfast.  Handkerchief Manufacturer.  Member of Council, R. U. Agricultural Society.  Address: Oakdene, 16 Annadale Avenue, Belfast.  (M.q.)

641. Davidson, David Alexander, b. 24th September, 1887, son of John Davidson, Jennyvale, Saintfield.  Brother of 590.  III, Dec., 1903.  Queen's University, Belfast, B.Sc. (Engineering).  M.I.C.E., M.I.M.E., F.R.S.I.  City Surveyor of Belfast.  1st World War: Served in R.E. in France and Belgium and was awarded Croix de Guerre.  Died 15th December, 1952.

643. Forsyth, Alexander S., b. 23rd July, 1888, son of James Forsyth, Iveagh House, Holywood Road, Belfast.  Brother of 64 and 823.  U.V, April, 1908.  1st XI, 1906-07.  1st XV, 1907-08.  Great War: R.F.C.  1939-45, R. Pioneer Corps.  Address: 89 Bryansburn Road, Bangor.

644. Forsyth, Charles Stuart, (E), b. 22nd April, 1890, son of James Forsyth, Iveagh House, Holywood Road, Belfast.  Brother of 643 and 823.  VI, July, 1908.  1st XI, 1904-5-6-7-8;  (Capt.), 1908.  1st XV., 1907-08.,  Hockey XI, 1908.  Queen's University.  Hockey XI, 1909-10-11;  (Capt.), 1911.  Cricket XI, 1909-10-11;  (Capt.), 1911.  Died 5th December, 1950.

645. Green, Arthur Edward Stuart, b. 5th June, 1888, son of Rev. J. S. Green, Woodlands, Killygordan, Co. Donegal.  U.V, Dec., 1905.  Trinity College, Dublin, 1906-10.  B.A. and B.A.I. degrees (conferred 1922).  Retired Civil Engineer.  Address: 3 Alexandra Terrace, Rathmullan, Co. Donegal.  (q.)

646. Heron, John James, b. 25th February, 1888, son of F. H. Heron, The Nest, Cultra, Co. Down.  III, July, 1902.  Queen's University, 1911-12.  B.Sc., Engineering (Civil).  With Royal Engineers, 1914-1918.  Captain, M.C.  Address: Drumlough House, Marino, Holywood.  (M.q.)

647. *Jackson, Herbert Montgomery, b. 27th August, 1888, son of Rev. John Jackson, D.D., The Manse, Ballycastle, Co. Antrim.  Brother of 418 and 457.  VI, June, 1907.  Scholar.  1st XV, 1906-07.  Queen's University Junior Literary Schol., 1907.  Junior Medical Schol., 1908.  B.A., 1910.  M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., 1913.  D.P.H., 1916.  Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C., Physician.  Address: Quay Road, Ballycastle, Co. Antrim.  (q.)

648. Kelly, Thomson, b. 8th June, 1889, son of Thomson Kelly, Rydal Mount, Knock, Co. Down.  V, April, 1905.  Died 3rd November, 1953.  (M.)

649. McCurdy, William (E), b. 8th March, 1892, son of Robert McCurdy, Tieve Tara, Fortwilliam Park, Belfast.  III, Feb., 1902.  Re-entered 1906.  Great War: Capt., A.S.C. (See also 939).  Died 15th June, 1945.

650. *O'Neill, Henry Theodore (E), b. 9th October, 1888, son of Henry O'Neill, M.D., 6 College Square E., Belfast.  Brother of 1097.  Father of 2637.  U.V, July, 1908.  Queen's University.  B.Sc., 1913.  M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., 1918.  Great War: 229 Field Ambulance and 15th Suffolk Yeomanry.  Medical Practitioner.  Address: Bryansford, Lindley, Huddersfield.  (M.)

651. Ritchie, David Ogston, b. 21st August, 1887, son of W. O. Ritchie, Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast.  III, Dec., 1902.  Great War: R.A.M.C.  Died.

653. Sproule, Charles Lyle, b. 8th September, 1887, son of R. H. S. Sproule, M.D., Killyleagh, Co. Down.  Brother of 652.  III, April, 1904.  1st XI, 1902-03.  Queen's University and College of Surgeons, Dublin.  L.R.C.P.I. and L.M., L.R.C.S.I. and L.M., 1913.  Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C.  Queen's University XI and XV.  M.O.H., Killyleagh Dispensary District.  Address: Catherine Street, Killyleagh, Co. Down.  (M.q.)


655. McGranahan, William Harold, b. 25th September, 1888, son of Rev. James McGranahan, Crawford Square, Londonderry.  VI, July, 1906.  Edinburgh University.  M.B., Ch.B., 1914.  Magistrate for three years in Western Australia.  Medical Practitioner.  (M.)


658. Deane, Charles Herbert Stanley, b. 26th March, 1886, son of Lt.-Col. A. Deane, M.D., Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast.  Brother of 797, 853 and 1021.  Army, July, 1903.  R.M.C., Sandhurst.  I.A., 1905.  Great War: Major, 44th Merwawa Infantry.  Lt.-Col., I.A.  Deputy Director of Military Lands and Cantonments.  Retired.  Address: St. Andrew's Hotel, Umkomaas, Natal, S. Africa.  (M.x.q.)

659. Jameson, Samuel Douglas, b. 15th July, 1887, son of S. D. Jameson, 99 The Mount, Belfast.  IV, July, 1903.  Great War: Sub.-Lt., R.N.V.R. (M.L. Section).  Died February, 1950.  (M.)

660. Phenix, Frederick Robert Joseph, b. 24th February, 1888, son of Mrs. Phenix, Bona Vista, Larne.  IV, July, 1903.  Canadian Bank of Commerce, now on pension.  Address: Main Office, Canadian Bank of Commerce, Winnipeg.

661. Whyte, John Harold, b. 30th March, 1889, son of John Whyte, J.P., Tivoli, Clontarf, Dublin.  II, July, 1904.  Managing Director of Whyte and Sons, 17 S. Great George Street, and Exchequer Street, Dublin.

662. Wilson, James Irvine, b. 18th July, 1889, son of Mrs. Wilson, Cregagh House, Belfast.  IV, July, 1904.  Director, Johnson Bros. & Wilson, Ltd.  Address: 36 Ardenlee Avenue, Belfast.  M.q.)


664. Allison, George Frederick, b. 22nd April, 1888, son of Rev. James A. Allison, The Manse, Monaghan.  Brother of 2.  L.V, July, 1905.  1st XV, 1904-05.  1st XI, 1905.  L.R.C.P.I. and L.R.C.S.I. and L.M., 1910.  R.A.M.C., Lieut.-Col.  M.C.  2nd World War:  D.D.  M.S.  Middle East.  C.B.E.  Mentioned in despatches.  Brigadier.  Died 5th October, 1946.

666. Anderson, George Gore Mervyn, b. 1st May, 1892, son of John Anderson, Greenwood, Strandtown, Belfast.  Brother of 238 and 239.  I, April, 1904.  Armagh R.S.  Portora R.S.  Belfast Mercantile College, Sept., 1907 - April, 1909.  Great War: 13th Bn. Royal Highlanders of Canada.  Retired official of the Bank of Montreal.  Address: c/o Bank of Montreal, Duncan, Vancouver Island, B.C.  (M.q.)

668. Barry, William Walter, son of James Barry, Kirkliston Drive, Bloomfield, Belfast.  L.V, Dec., 1907.  Chartered Accountant, 1915.  Director of Higginson & Co., Belfast.  Address: 31 Cranmore Avenue, Belfast.

669. *Beattie, Henry Haslett, b. 20th October, 1889, son of Rev. H. H. Beattie, Upper Crescent, Belfast.  VI, Dec., 1907.  1st XI, 1905-6-7. (Capt.)  1st XV, 1906-7.  R.M.C., Sandhurst.  2nd Lieut., Northamptonshire Regt., 1909.  Major, 1925.  Col. Commanding Gold Coast, Regt., 1931-35.  Retired.  Sandhurst Hockey XI, 1908.  1914-18, Cameroons and France.  1939-45, I.T.C. Northamptonshire Regt., and Royal Observer Corps.  Address: Heath Lodge, Lexden, Colchester, Essex.  (M.q.)

670. Black, Norman, b. 25th February, 1888, son of David Black, Ochta Road, Wyburg Side, St. Petersburg.  Brother of 671 and 672.  L.V, Dec., 1904.  To Cuba.

673. Blackwood, Arthur Temple (E), b. 14th February, 1889, son of M. W. Blackwood, Saxonia, Strandtown.  Brother of 966.  IV, April, 1909.  Great War: Capt., R. Irish Rifles.  H.M. Consular Service, Baltimore, Maryland. 1941.  M.B.E.  Then farmed in Centreville, Maryland, U.S.A.  Died, 1953.  (M.)

674. *Brewster, Howard, b. 27th September, 1888, son of John Brewster, St. Murus, Fahan, Londonderry.  Brother of 395 and 545.  IV, July, 1904.  Royal Naval College, Keyham.  Antrim R.G.A., 1911.  Great War: Adj., R.A., China Command, and a/D.A.A. and Q.M.G., 1918.  Company Director.  Address: Roneragh, Fahan, Co. Donegal.  (M.q.)

675. Clarendon, William, b. 5th October, 1887, son of F. V. N. Clarendon.  III, Dec., 1903.  Great War: R.A.M.C.  1939-45 War: R.A.F., W.O.  Address: 121 Parkway, Regent's Park, London, N.W.1.  (M.)

676. *Devon, Alexander, b. 4th December, 1889, son of A. Devon, Underwood, Malone Park, Belfast.  Father of 2043 and 2304.  IV, April, 1906.  Chairman, Lowden & Partners, Ltd., and A. Devon & Son, Ltd., Belfast.  Estate Agent.  F.A.I.  Address: 26 Downshire Road, Bangor.  (M.q.)

677. Dickson, Norman Tulloch, b. 7th September, 1890, son of Thos. Dickson, Bellfield, Banbridge, Co. Down.  L.V, July, 1906.  Lausanne, 1906-7.  Linen Manufacturer.  Address: Bellfield, Banbridge, Co. Down.  (M.q.)

680. *Ferguson, Robert, b. 4th January, 1887, son of Acheson Ferguson, Bella Vista, Windsor Park, Belfast.  V, July, 1903.  Queen's University, B.A., 1906.  B.E., 1908.  M.I.C.E., 1933.  Chartered Civil Engineer and Architect.  Partner in Messrs. R. Ferguson & S. McIlveen, Belfast.  Member of N.I. Planning Advisory Board and served on Committees.  Address: 6 University Square, Belfast, and Mulroy, The Green, Dunmurry.  (M.q.)

683. Harrison, William Norman, b. 13th August, 1888, son of Thos. Harrison, B.L., 4 Windsor Park, Belfast.  L.V, July, 1905.  Last known address: 56 Addison Avenue, Holland Park, London.

684. *Haydock, William Stanley, b. 12th December, 1886, son of Thos. Haydock, Lakeview, Bessbrook, Co. Down.  Matric., July, 1904.  1st XI, 1904.  Queen's University.  B.A. (R.U.I.), 1909.  M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., 1911.  D.P.H., 1914.  M.D., 1915.  Great War: Major, R.A.M.C.  Assistant M.O.H., Cumberland, 1923-26.  M.O.H., Borough of Radcliffe since 1926.  Address: Stoney Croft, New Road, Whitefield, near Manchester.  (M.q.)

685. Hamilton, Andrew Rowan (C), b. 23rd November, 1891, son of S. Hamilton, M.D., Ballynahinch, Co. Down.  Brother of 931.  VI, July, 1909.  1st XI, 1908-09.  Athletic Championship, 1909.  M.B., Ch.B. (Edin.), 1914.  D.P.H.  Great War: Lieut., R.A.M.C.  Address: Lisburn Street, Ballynahinch, Co. Down.  (M.q.)

686. *Houston, Thomas Hugh, b.; 28th September, 1885, son of Wm. Houston, The Muir, Killagan, Co. Antrim.  Father of 2481 and 2590.  L.VI, July, 1904.  Queen's University.  M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., 1912.  Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C.  Dispensary Medical Officer and M.O.H., Clough.  General practitioner.  Address: Cullybackey, Co. Antrim.  (M.)

687. *Howard, Alfred Walpole, b. 9th May, 1888, son of W. J. Howard, Mount Pleasant, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary.  L.VI, July, 1905.  1st XI, 1904-05 (Capt.) T.C.D.  2nd Lieut., 4th Essex Regt., 1907.  2nd Lieut., West Indian Regt., 1913.  Capt., R. Inniskilling Fus., 1916.  1914-18 War: Gallipoli, Macedonia, France, Belgium.  Major, 1920.  1939-45 War: France, Belgium, Holland.  M.C., Croix-de-Guerre (Fr.).  Retired 1942 as Ly.-Col., R. Pioneer Corps.  Managing Director, S. & W. Fine Food Products, London.  Address: Bathurst Lodge, St. George's Road, St. Margaret's-on-Thames, Middlesex.  (M.q.)

688. Innes, Robert Edward, b. 27th October, 1889, son of W. Innes, Lochlee, Knock, Co. Down.  I, July, 1903.  Aberdeen Grammar School.  North of Scotland Agricultural College.  Dairy Farming.  (M.)

691. Jones, Robert D., son of Thos. Jones, Erin Villa, King's Road, Belfast.  II, Dec., 1903.  Belfast Corporation Official.  Address: 148 King's Road, Knock.

693. *Long, Bertram Raymond, b. 11th February, 1890, son of J. H. Long, Bank of Ireland, Dundalk.  Brother of 356.  Father of 3032.  U.V, Dec., 1904.  T.C.D.  Scholar, 1911.  B.A., 1911.  (Sen. Mod. Exp. Sc., Jun. Mod. Logic and Ethics), Athletic Union Committee, 1912 (the originator of Trinity Week); Capt., D. Univ. Swimming Club, 1912.  1914-1918 War: Lieut., R. Irish Regt., 1918, Fd. Survey, R.E.  H.M. Inspector of Factories.  Retired.  Raiser and Exhibitor of new Irises.  Publications, "Hybridizing Irises," J.R.H.S., 1934;  "Tall Bearded Irises of Yesterday and To-day," J.R.H.S., 1940; Veitch Medal, R.H.S., 1927.  1st Class Award, International Exhibition, Rome, 1939.  Address: The Firs, Stone Street, Boxford, Colchester, Essex.  (M.q.)

694. *Martin, John - same person as 461.

695. Martin, James - same person as 425.

696. Mulholland, Dennis Osmond, b. 19th September, 1902, son of James H. Mulholland, Strathclyde, Donaghadee, Co. Down.  Brother of 557, 574 and 1191.  VI, July, 1906.  Great War: R.A.F., awarded A.F.C.  Squadron-Leader, R.A.F.  Instructor at Cranwell College.  2nd World War: Group Captain, R.A.F.  C.B.E.  Mentioned in despatches.  Retired. 1947.  Died 12th April, 1949.

697. McGonigal, Robert William, b. 5th Feb., 1891, son of David McGonigal, Redcliffe, Strandtown, Belfast.  Brother of 698.  I, Feb., 1903.  Great War: Capt., R.G.A.  M.C. and Bar.  Deputy Registrar, Bankruptcy Court, Belfast.  Address: 36 Elmwood Avenue, Belfast.  (M.)

698. McGonigal, David West, b. 9th December, 1892, son of David McGonigal, Redcliffe, Strandtown, Belfast.  Brother of 697.  I, Feb., 1903.  Royal Belfast Academical Institution, and Academical Institution, Coleraine.  Solicitor.  Died June 1942.  (M.)

699. *McLaughlin, Robert John, b. 2nd September, 1888, son of J. T. McLaughlin, The Terrace, Church Street, Downpatrick, Co. Down.  First Arts, July, 1907.  1st XV, 1906-07.  1st XI, 1905-6-7.  Queen's University.  1st, 2nd and 3rd Year Engin. Schol.  B.E. (1st Class Hons.), 1910.  P.A.S.I., 1913.  Hockey Interprovincial (Munster), 1912;  Cheshire County Hockey XI, 1923-24.  H. M. Principal Inspector of Taxes.  Address: 13 Fifth Avenue, Bangor, Co. Down.  (M.q.)

700. Oliver, John Dudgeon, b. 19th April, 1891, son of C. H. Oliver, H. M. Customs, Shanghai.  Brother of 701.  VI, Dec., 1907.  T.C.D., B.A.,  M.B.,  B.Ch., 1914.  L.M. (Rot.), 1913.  M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., 1915.  F.R.C.S. (Eng.), 1917.  Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C.  Late Surgical Specialist and Aural Specialist, Horton War Hospital.  Medical Practitioner.  Address: 69 Wish Road, Hove s, Sussex.

701. Oliver, Helenus Charles, b. 13th October, 1893, son of C. H. Oliver, H.M. Customs, Shanghai.  Brother of 700.  IV, Dec., 1907.  Rydal Mount.  Jesus College, Cambridge.  Scholar Mathematics, 1912.  Math. Trip., Part 1., 1st Class, 1915.  B.A.  Great War: Sub.-Lieut., R.N.  House Master and in charge of Mathematics, Haberdashers' School, Hampstead.  Address: 47 Christchurch Avenue, N. Finchley, London.  N.12.  (M.)

703. *Payne, Reuban Woodland, (D) b. 2nd October, 1892, son of R. F. Payne, The Firs, Holywood, Co. Down.  V, July, 1910.  1st XV, 1909-10.  1st XI, 1910.  Charing Cross Hospital and Edinburgh University, M.R.C.S. (Eng.), L.R.C.P. (Lond.), 1917.  D.O.M.S., 1925.  F.R.C.S., 1926.  Great War: Surg.-Lieut., R.N.  Ophthalmic Surgeon.  Last known address: Duncans, Lamorna, Penzance, Cornwall.  (M.)

704. Preston, Thomas Arthur Campbell, b. 5th November, 1886, son of Wm. Preston, Dromore, Co. Down.  Brother of 985.  L.V, July, 1905.  Manchester School of Technology.  A.M.I.E. (Aust.), with British Westinghouse Co.; now Chief Electrical Engineer, Mount Lyell Railway and Copper Co.  1939-45 War: Chief Air Raid Warden, Western Tasmania.  Address: Mount Lyell Mining and Rly. Co., Queenstown, Tasmania.  (M.q.)

705. Quayle, P. Rudolph, b. 22nd March, 1890, son of Col. W. A. Quayle I.M.S.  III, July, 1905.  Felsted School, 1905-08.  R.M.C., Sandhurst.  Indian Army.  Lieut.-Col., 1934.  Retired. 1938.  Address: c/o Grindlay & Co., Parliament Street, London.  (q.)

708. Taylor, Thomas Edgar Hugh, b. 6t July, 1888, son of Rev. Thos. Taylor, Kilmasoolagh Rectory, Newmarket-on-Fergus.  Brother of 707, 739 and 1049.  U.V, Dec., 1905.  1st XI, 1905.  1st XV, 1903-4-5-6.  Athletic Championship Cup, 1905.  Clare Artillery, Royal Irish Regt., 1908-22.  Comdg. 10th Bn. Hampshire Regt., 1918-19.  Transferred to R. Warwickshire Regt., 1922.  Chief Instructor, Small Arms School, 1927-31.  Lt.-Col., 1933, Comdg. 2nd Bn.  Retired 1937.  D.S.O., M.C.; mentioned in despatches four times.  French Military Cross, CI. II.  Author of "The Making of the Military Shot."  Shot for O.C. Veterans' Team, 1931-35. Ordained, Rector of Stourton, Warminster.  Died 26th August, 1944.  (M.)

710. *Walsh, Harold Victor Stewart, b. 13th October, 1887, son of Robert Walsh, 71 High Street, Belfast.  IV, July, 1905.  Queen's University.  M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., 1913.  Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C.  Lieut.-Col., R.A.M.C. (T).  1939-45 War: Lt.-Col., R.A.M.C. Cmdg. 161 (East Anglian) Field Ambulance since 1932.  T.D.  Address: 150 Norwich Road, Ipswich, Suffolk.  (M.)

711. White, Patrick William, b. 31st March, 1887, son of Rev. P. W. White, Stonebridge Manse, Clones.  Brother of 441 and 809.  Matric., July 1905.  1st XV., 1904-05.  Queen's University.  M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., 1915.  L.M. (Rot.), 1921.  Great war: Capt., R.A.M.C.  Address: Airlie, 44 West Drive, Cheam, Surrey.

712. Weir, Henry Wood, b. 16th September, 1887, son of John Weir, Liscoom, Ballymena, Co. Antrim.  U.V, July, 1905.  Edinburgh University.  M.B., Ch.B., 1914.  Medical Practitioner.

713. Wilson, Henry Pringle Malcolmson, b. 20th August, 1888, son of Geo. Wilson, 58 South Parade, Belfast.  L.V, Dec., 1904.  Bank Official.  Great War: H.A.C., 2nd Lieut., 1918.  Manager, Northern Bank, Magherafelt;  Manager, Northern Bank, Ballynahinch, (1938-44);  Manager, Shaftesbury Square, Belfast, 1944-50.  Retired, 1950.  Address: 30 Kensington Park, Bangor, Co. Down.  (M.q.)

714. Workman, Franz, b. 15th May, 1886, son of Rev. Robt. Workman, D.D., Newtownbreda, Belfast.  U.VI, July, 1904.  Queen's University, Packenham Schol., 1904.  London University, B.Sc. (Eng.), 1907.  Ph. D. (Lond.) D.I.C., 1923.  Great War: Lieut., R.I.R., and Tunnelling Co., R.E., 1915.  R.F.C., 1916.  O.C. Aldergrove Aerodrome, 1918-20.  M.C. Squadron-Leader, R.A.F.  Retired, 1934.  Civilian Mechanical Officer, Air Ministry.  Writer of various articles on Principles of Flight.  Last known address: Royal Air Force Club, 128 Piccadilly, London, W.1.  (M.)


715. Adeley, Gerald Graham, b. 22nd November, 1888, son of W. J. Adeley, Ben Eden, Cavehill, Belfast.  Brother of 3.  II, April, 1903.  Great War: Major, R.A.F.  Order of the Rising Sun, 1st Class. Capt., Royal Ulster Rifles.  Retired.

716. Bingham, George Leslie, b. 5th October, 1888, son of Rev. J. Bingham, Hilltown Rectory, Newry, Co. Down.  Brother of 392.  U.V, July, 1903.  Great War: Australian Imperial Expeditionary Force.

717. *Clarke, Harry Jessop St. John (A), b. 27th December, 1889. son of Rev. R. J. Clarke, Coole Glebe, Carnmoney.  Brother of 1078 and 1126.  L.VI, July, 1908.  School Prefect.  1st XV, 1906-7-8.  (Capt.).  T.C.D.  Div. Test, 2nd Class, 1912.  Senior Moderator and Gold Medallist, History and Political Sc., 1913.  M.A., 1921.  Chaplain to the Forces, 1916-46.  3 times mentioned in despatches.  Deputy-Chaplain-General, 1943-45.  Chaplain Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford. Address: 16 Linton Road, Oxford.  (M.q.)

718. Craig, Frederick William, b. 17th January, 1899, son of James Craig, M.D., 2 Carlisle Terrace, Londonderry.  Brother of 605 and 897.  Matric., July, 1906.  Edinburgh University.  M.B., Ch.B., 1912.  D.P.H. (Belf.), 1913.  Great War: Capt., R.A.M.C.; mentioned in despatches.  Medical Practitioner.  Address: 19 Clarendon Street, Londonderry.  (M.q.)

719. Crawford, John Scott, b. 6th February, 1889, son of John P. Crawford, Belgravia, Kirkliston Drive, Belfast.  Brother of 720.  III, April, 1905.  M.I. Mech. E., M.I. Mar. E.  Major-General, 1940.  D. of Mechanisation, 1939.  War: Deputy Director-General of Armoured Vehicle Production and D.D.G., Weapon Production, Ministry of Supply.  C.B.  C.B.E.  Vice-President, Liverpool College.  Director, Guy Motors Ltd.;  Sunbeam Trolley Bus Co. Ltd.; and F.N. (London), Ltd.  Address: 36 Denbigh Gardens, Richmond, Surrey.  (M.q.)

720. Crawford, Robert Noel, b. 24th Dec., 1890, son of John P. Crawford, Kirkliston Drive, Belfast.  Brother of 719.  III, July, 1905.  Representative of British Insulated Cables, Middlesborough.  Address: 42 Corporation Road, Redcar, Yorks.

721. De Caen, Frederick Harrold Balleine, b. 18th January, 1889, son of G. F. De Caen, Kircullan Park, Moycullen, Co. Galway.  Father of 3503.  IV, Dec., 1905.  Great War: 13th Brigade, R.F.A.  Address: Springfield, Delgany, Co. Wicklow.  (M.)

722. Dudgeon, John Elliott, b. 9th September, 1885, son of Wm. Dudgeon, Mullaghmore, Omagh, Co. Tyrone.  U.V, July, 1904.  Electrical Engineer.  Great War: Eng. Sub.-Lieut., Royal Fleet Auxiliary.  Manager, Premier Electric Welding Co., Belfast.  Last Address: Seafield, Lurgan Road, Portadown.

723. Duggan, Alexander Sydney, b. 11th April, 1887, son of Rev. A. S. Duggan, Kilgarban Vicarage, Co. Kerry.  L.VI, April, 1904.  1st XI, 1903.  1939-45 War: Lieut.-Col., R.A.S.C.  M.B.E.

724. Kelly, Samuel O'Dowd Russell, b. 20th May, 1888, son of I. S. Kelly, Provincial Bank, Cork.  VI, July, 1906.

725. Malcolmson, James Henry, b. 24th March, 1889, son of Alex. Malcolmson, Fern Villa, Neill's Hill, Belfast.  Brother of 329.  I, July, 1903.

726. Silly, Thomas Alvin, b. 14th June, 1889, son of Geo. Silly, Brook Villa, Knock, Co. Down.  II, Dec., 1903.  In business in Barcelona.


729. *Davey, James Ernest (C), b. 24th June, 1890, son of Rev. Charles Davey, Malone Road, Belfast.  Brother of 819 and 968.  VI, July, 1909.  Scholar.  School Prefect.  R.U.I.;  First Classical Scholarship, 1908;  Cambridge Univ.;  King's College, Entrance Scholarship (Classics),  1908;  Foundation Scholar, 1911-16;  Elected Fellow, 1916;  Goldsmith Exhibition, 1910;  1st Class Classical Tripos, Part I, 1912;  1st Class Theol. Tripos, Part 2, 1913;  M.A. (Cantab.), B.D. (Edin.) D.D. (St. Andrew's); D.D. (Edin.);  D.D. (Q.U.B.).  Governor and Chairman of Governors, Campbell College.  Professor, Assembly's College, Belfast, from 1917.  Principal, 1942.  Moderator of General Assembly of Irish Presbyterian Church, 1953.  Hon. D.D., T.C.D., 1954.  Address: 3 College Park, Belfast.  (M.q.)

730. *Dobbin, Henry Paul, b. 19th May, 1890, son of Leonard Dobbin, Knockrea, Blackrock Road, Cork.  Brother of 606.  IV, April, 1908.  Director of Dobbin, Ogilvie & Co., Cork till 1926.  Manager of Spekes Ltd., Nakuru, Kenya.  Address: South Pender Island, B.C., Canada.  (M.)

731. *Hanna, Robert William (B) son of John A. Hanna, J.P., Marietta, Knock, Belfast. Brother of 1005. V, July, 1910. Great War: Staff-Capt., Q.M.G.'s Dept., G.H.Q., France. Assist. Secy., Association of British Chambers of Commerce; Secy., Brit. Nat. Committee International Chamber of Commerce. Died 29th Oct., 1932. (M)

733. Murray, George Walton, (E), son of Mrs. Murray, Royal Villas, Knock, Belfast.  U.V, July, 1910.  T.C.D.  Dounes Theological Prize, 1913.  B.A., 1914.  M.A., 1915.  Clerk in Holy Orders.  Archdeacon of Waterford and Lismore.  Canon of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin.  Rector of Clonmel.  Address: The Rectory, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary.  (M.q.)

734. *O'Donoghue, Richard John Langford (D), b. 22nd August, 1889, son of Cooper C. O'Donaghue, Edenmore, Limerick.  VI, July, 1908.  Scholar.  School Prefect.  McNeill Medal, T.C.D.  Junior Ex., 1908.  1st Class Hons. in Natural Science, 1909, and in Experimental Science, 1910.  1st Scholar in Science, 1911.  Senior Moderator (Exp. Sc.), 1913.  M.A., Pembroke College, Cambridge, 1913.  Great War: Major, R.A.S.C.  D.S.O.  Egyptian Civil Service, 1918-1924.  Order of the Nile, 1922.  Guy's Hospital, 1924-29.  M.R.C.S.,  L.R.C.P. (London), 1929.  M.B., B.S. (London), 1931.  M.R.C.P., 1932.  D.M.R.E. (Camb.), 1936.  Assist. Radiologist, Middlesex Hospital, 1935.  Joint Author of articles on Anaemia.  Address: 15 Prince Albert Road, Regents Park, London, N.W.1.  (q.)

735. *Sinclair, John Cadzow (D), b. 4th June, 1892, son of John Sinclair, Bayview, Sligo.  Brother of 564 and 866.  Matric., July, 1909.  Scholar.  Edinburgh University.  M.B., Ch.B., 1915.  Surgeon Commander, R.N.  Retired 1946.  Address: 15 St. Mary's Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin.  (M.q.)

737. Smylie, Hugh, b. 16th May, 1891, son of Hugh Smylie, Castleavery, Adelaide Park, Belfast.  III, April, 1906.  Great War: R. Irish Rifles.  Builders' Agent, 13 Donegall Square N., Belfast.

738. Smyth, Matthew Richard Liddon Blood, b. 29th March, 1891, son of Rev. Canon Blood-Smyth, The Rectory, Kilkeel, Co. Clare.  II, Feb., 1906.  Financial Editor, "Rocky Mountain News."  Died 24th November, 1939.  (M.)

740. *Walker, Samuel Howard, b. 1st February, 1892, son of Rev. Samuel Walker, Ardlea Manse, Donaghadee, Co. Down.  Brother of 505.  VI, July, 1907.  Great War: Lieut., R. Irish Regt.; mentioned in despatches.  Warehouseman.  1939-45 War: Capt., R.A.O.C.  Address: Ridgeway, 18 Maxwell Road, Bangor, Co. Down.  (M.)


742. Allison, Robert Arthur, b. 14th July, 1889, son of Rev. Robert Allison, Kilbride Manse, Doagh.  Brother of 597.  Matric., July, 1905.  1st XV, 1904-05.  1914-19: with Con. Engrs., England, France, etc.  Wounded 2nd battle of Ypres.  Civil Servant, B.C. Govt., Canada.  Address: Box 64, Kamloops, B.C., Canada.  (M.q.)

743. Andrew, William Blair Spence (D), b. 4th August, 1892, son of John J. Andrew, 23 University Square, Belfast.  IV, July, 1909.  Great War:  R.F.A.  L.D.S.,  R.C.S. (Eng.)  Died.

745. *Beatty, William (C), b. 9th April, 1890, son of Rev. R. Allen Beatty, The Manse, Strangford, Co. Down.  Brother of 1120.  VI, July, 1909.  1st XV, 1908-09.  1st XI, 1908-09.  Indian Police, 1909.  Assistant Commissioner, i.e. Sikh Police, Shanghi.  Retired 1939.  P.O.W. with Japanese;  released 1945.

747. Burges, Irwin Carleton Temple, b. 25th May, 1888, son of Francis Lochyier Burges.  Brother of 748.  L.VI, July, 1906.  1st XV, 1905-06.  Represented Western Australia at Hockey and Polo, Centenary, 1929.  Great War: Capt., 16th Bn. Australian Imperial Forces.  Stock Breeder.  2nd World War: Lieut.-Col., Australian Forces.  Died in Perth, Australia, 15th November, 1945.

750. Clarke, Robert Edmund Lear, b. 27th September, 1889, son of S. G. B. Clarke, M.A., Solicitor, Dromore, Down.  III, July, 1905.  Queen's University.  B.A., 1910.  B.E., 1910.  A.M.I.C.E., 1915.  M.Inst.Mun. E., 1928.  M.Inst. W.E., 1931.  M.Inst. C.E. (I), 1931.  Surveyors Department, City Hall, Belfast, 1910-14, 1917-18, 1922-24.  Messrs. W. J. Campbell & Sons, Contractors, 1918-19; Kendrick Edwards, M.I.C.E., Architect and Civil Engineer, 1919-20.  Ministry of Labour, 1919-21.  Town Surveyor and Water Engineer to the Lisburn Urban District Council, 1924-50.  War Service: R.A.M.C.  Stretcher Bearer and Hospital Orderly with the 41st and 88th Field Ambulances 13th and 29th Divisions in Gallipoli, Egypt and France, 1914-17.  Invalided out in consequence of wounds.  Service with Royal Engineers.  Resident Engineer and Designs Officer, Lieut. and A-Capt., 1941-42.  District Representative and Past Chairman of the Institute of Municipal Engineers (N.I.D.) and Past Chairman of the Institution of Civil Engineers (N.I.D.).  Papers read on Town Planning, the Geology of Underground Water, A.R.P. and War Technology, and Civil Engineering subjects such as Roads, Water Supply, Sewage Disposal, etc.  Retired.  Address: 77 Higher West Cross Lane, Mumbles, Swansea, Glam.  (M.q.)

751. Coates, Henry Höjel Rodney, b. 22nd November, 1890, son of Wm. Coates, Sunnyside, Osborne Park, Belfast.  Brother of 221.  L.V, July, 1906.  Employed with Messrs. J. P. Coats, Ltd., Paisley.  Great War: Canadian Expeditionary Force.  Last known address: 119 Lansdowne Place, Hove, Sussex.

753. Craig, Eric William (A), b. 12th August, 1889, son of Isaac Craig, Auburn House, Athlone.  Brother of 871.  VI, July, 1909.  School Prefect.  1st XV, 1906-7-8-9.  T.C.D., M.B., B.Ch.  B.A.,  L.M. (Rot.), 1914.  Air Commodore, R.A.F.M.S.  Retired.  M.C.  Medical Superintendent, Ronkswood Hospital, Worcester.  Address: "Longmynd," Terrick, Aylesbury, Bucks.  (M.q.)

754. Denroche, Charles Thursby, b. 18th September, 1903, son of C. H. Denroche, Geraldville, Dodder Road, Rathgar, Co. Dublin.  Brother of 755.  III, Dec., 1905.  Portora R.S.  T.C.D.  B.A., 1913.  Great War: Major, M.G.C.  Irish Champion Sculler, 1924.  Died 1952.  (M.)

755. Denroche, Ivan George, b. 18th January, 1892, son of C. H. Denroche, Geraldville, Dodder Road, Rathgar, Co. Down.  Brother of 754.  III, Dec., 1905.  Great war: Capt., North Staffs.  Wounded.  Mentioned in despatches.  Address: Galiano, B.C.  (q.)

756. Eagleson, William Sloan, b. 20th July, 1888, son of Samuel Eagleson, Adair Arms, Ballymena, Co. Antrim.  U.V, July, 1905.  1st XV, 1904-05.  Glasgow Tech. College.  M.I.Mar.E.  1st Class Engineer, Board of Trade.  Great War: Engineer Lieut., R.N.  River Manager, R. H. Green & Silleyweir, Ltd., London, then moved to Cardiff.  (M.)

757. English, William Larmour, b. 16th February, 1887, son of James English, Oakley, Lurgan, Co. Armagh.  L.VI, July, 1905.  T.C.D.  M.B.,  B.Ch.,  B.A.O., 1911.  F.Z.S.  Died 11th December, 1945.

758. *Ferguson, William, b. 17th October, 1889, son of Henry Ferguson, Hoggstown House, Donaghadee, Co. Down.  L.VI, July, 1905.  O.B.E.  J.P.  Managing Director, W. Ferguson (Ulster), Ltd., 4-6 East Street, Newtownards.  Address: Moyarget, Belfast Road, Newtownards, Co. Down.  (M.q.)

760. *Galbraith, Hugh, b. 9th March, 1887, son of Mrs. G. Galbraith, Queensborough, Drogheda.  Matric., July, 1905.  1st XV, 1904-05.  Great war: Lieut., R. Dublin Fusiliers.  Solicitor.

762. Greeves, John (E), b. 14th June, 1892, son of Joseph M. Greeves, Bernagh, Strandtown, Belfast.  Brother of 366, 519 and 929.  IV, July, 1909.  British Red Cross, 1914-15.  R.N.V.R., Aux. Patrol, 1918.  With J. & T. M. Greeves, Belfast.  Address: 25 Malone Hill Park, Belfast.  (q.)

763. *Hamilton, Robert Victor, b. 12th November, 1888, son of Rev. R. W. Hamilton, Fort Manse, Lisburn.  Brother of 551.  U.VI, July, 1906.  Sch.  1st XI, 1905-06.  1st XV, 1905-06.  Queen's College Sc.  Scholar, 1906-08.  Sen. Sch., 1909.  B.A. (R.U.I.) Hons., 1909.  LL.B. (Q.U.B.),  Hons, 1912.  Solicitor, 1913.  Q.U.B. 1st XI, 1906-09/  Ulster Interprovincial Hockey, 1909-11.  President, Incorporated Law Society of N.I., 1936.  Address: 13 Lombard Street, Belfast.  (M.)

767. *Johnston, Ernest Clifford, b. 18th April, 1890, son of Samuel Johnston, Ardenza, King's Road, Belfast.  Brother of 766.  L.V, Dec., 1906.  Address: 12 Sharman Road, Stranmillis, Belfast.

769. *Lowe, Alfred, b. 29th August, 1890, son of Rev. W. J. Lowe, D.D., 17 Myrtle Terrace, Londonderry.  Brother of 492, 614 and 1091.  L.V, April, 1906.  1914-18 War: Served with 5th Royal Irish Regiment in Greece, Palestine and France.  Won Irish (Open) Amateur Golf Championship, 1922.  Irish Gold Medallist, 1921-22.  Irish Golf International, 1924-29.  Represented Worcester County (Golf), 1931-39.  President, N. Branch, Irish Hockey Union, 1924.  Sales Manager, Murray Sons & Co., Ltd., Belfast.  Address: c/o 1a Linfield Road, Belfast.  (M.q.)

772. McClintock, William James, b. 6th November, 1892, son of W. J. McClintock, Rossbeg, Westport.  Brother of 620.  I, July, 1904.  St. Andrew's, Dublin.  T.C.D., B.A., M.B., B.Ch., 1915.  Great War: Surg.-Lieut., R.N.  Colonial Medical Service.  S.M.O., West African Medical Staff, 1929.  Assistant Director, Col. Med. Service, 1937.  Address: c/o Barclay's Bank, 29 Gracechurch St.; The Glade, Kingswood, Surrey; and c/o D.M.S., Accra, Gold Coast.

776. McRobert, James, b. 30th September, 1891, son of John McRobert, J.P., Rademon, Crossgar, Co. Down.  Brother of 623.  III, July, 1907.  Farmer in S. Africa.  Address: Dwarsklei Stud, Middleburg, Cape, South Africa.  (M.q.)

779. Patton, Noel William, b. 10th December, 1888, son of Rev. A. Patton, Cloughwater Manse, Ballymena, Co. Antrim.  Brother of 778.  U.V, July, 1904.  Queen's University.  Sch. Arts, 1st, 2nd and 3rd years Sch. Sc., 1907-8-9.  Great war: Lieut., R. Irish Rifles.  Accountant, Shell Mex Argentina, Ltd.  (M.)

780. Quin, Joseph Archibald, b. 18th June, 1890, son of J. C. Quin, Ulster Bank, Sligo.  Brother of 1151.  U.V, July, 1907.  Scholar.  T.C.D., B.A., 1912.  M.B., B.Ch., B.A.O., 1914.  Great war: Capt., R.A.M.C. mentioned in despatches.  Uganda, M.S., 1923.  R.A.F., 1923.  R.A.M.C., 1927.  General Practitioner, 1931.  Hon. Steward of several Greyhound Racing Tracks in Kent.  Died 1st September, 1947.  (M.)

781. Russell, Robert Edwin, b. 21st April, 1890, son of Robert Russell, F.T.C.D., 36 Trinity College, Dublin.  Brother of 1155.  VI, July, 1907.  T.C.D.  Junior Ex., 1907.  Classical Scholar, 1908.  1st Class Honours in Classics and German, 1909.  1st Class Hons. Mod. Lit.  Stewart Mod. Lit. Scholarship, 1910.  M.A.  Indian Civil Service, 1912.  Great War: Lieut., 21st Lancers.  C.I.E., 1924.  Deputy Commissioner, Hazarabagh, Bihar.  Adviser to Governor of Bihar.  Knight Bachelor, 1946.  Retired.  Address: 43 Grange Road, Edinburgh 9; and c/o Messrs. Grindlay & Co., London.  (M.)

783. Stringer, John Arthur Kirk (B), b. 7th January, 1892, son of Arthur A. Stringer, 2 Helen's View, Duncairn Street, Belfast.  Brother of 843.  IV, July, 1908.  Died 1st January, 1951.

785. Voss, Fergus, b. 15th August, 1888, son of Robert D. Voss, J.P., 35 Roeland Street, Capetown.  Brother of 585.  L.V, Dec., 1906.  Great war: Lieut., R.E.  Mining Engineer in S. Africa, now farmer.  Last known address: Box 51, Tavistock George, Cape Province, S. Africa.


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 I note as far as my grandfather is concerned, within the Campbell College Register, he is number 252, he is recorded as the son of John Hanna of Ballystockart – this is incorrect – he is the son of the late Charles James Hanna of Ballystockart.  His school fees were paid however, by his late father’s elder brother John Alexander Hanna, JP, of Marietta, Knock, father of Nos. 731 (no name) and 1005 John Riddle Musgrave Hanna. - Jayne McGarvey