Nobility and Gentry
Newcastle.—Duke of Newcastle (under Lyme), D.L., J.P. (Henry Pelham Archibald Douglas Pelham Clinton), Clumber House, Worksop, and 11, Hill Street, Berkeley Square, London, W.; son of the sixth Duke of Newcastle; born September 28th, 1864. Succeeded to the title in 1879; is Duke of Newcastle and Earl of Lincoln; Lord of the Manors of Worksop, and Newark-upon-Trent, Notts; Deputy Lieutenant and Justice of the Peace for Notts. Married, February 20th, 1889, Kathleen Florence May, daughter of Major Henry Augustus Candy, late of the 9th Lancers. Clubs: Carlton and Wellington, London. The Dukedom of Newcastle-under-Lyme was created in 1756, and the Earldom of Lincoln in 1572.
Manvers.—Earl Manvers (Charles William Sydney Pierrepont), Thoresby Park, Ollerton, Notts, and Holme Pierrepont, Nottingham; eldest son of Sydney William Herbert (third Earl) and Georgine Jane Elizabeth Fanny de Franquetot, daughter of the Duc de Coigny; born August 2nd, 1854; succeeded, January 16th, 1900; educated at Eton. Deputy Lieutenant and Justice of the Peace for Notts; Lieutenant, Grenadier Guards, 1873-80; Brigadier-General, North Midland Volunteer Brigade; M.P. for the Newark Division of the County of Nottingham, 1885-95, and 1898-1900; member of Notts County Council; M.F.H. of the Rufford Hunt. Married, September 28th, 1880, to Helen, eldest daughter of Sir Michael R. Shaw Stewart, Bart., of Ardgowan, N.B., and Lady Octavia, daughter of the second Marquis of Westminster, and has issue, Lady Cicely Mary, born November 4th, 1886; Evelyn Robert (Viscount Newark), born July 25th, 1888; Lady Alice Helen, born August 30th, 1889; Lady Sibell, born May 19th, 1892. Clubs: Carlton, Travellers, Wellington.
Galway.—Viscount Galway (George Edmund Milnes Monckton Arundell), Serlby Hall, Notts, and 32, Grosvenor Street, London; only son of George Edward Arundell, sixth Viscount Galway; born November 18th, 1844; succeeded to the title in 1876; educated at Eton and Christ Church, Oxford; M.A. Member of Parliament for North Notts, 1872-85; created Baron Monckton in Peerage of United Kingdom, 1887; A.D.C. to Her Majesty Queen Victoria, and to King Edward VII.; Deputy Lieutenant and Justice of the Peace for Notts; Alderman and Vice-Chairman of the County Council of Notts; Colonel commanding the Sherwood Rangers Yeomanry Cavalry from 1882. Married, July 24th, 1879, Vere, Lady of Grace of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, only daughter of Ellis Gosling, of Busbridge Hall, Surrey, and has issue George Vere Arundell, born March 24th, 1882, and Violet Francis, born May 14th, 1880. Master of Fox Hounds from 1876. Clubs: Carlton and Travellers.
Belper.—The Right Honourable Henry Lord Belper, J.P., second Baron, created 1840, family name Strutt, Kingston Hall, Notts, and 131, Cadogan Square, London; eldest surviving son of the first Baron Belper; born in 1840; educated at Cambridge; LL.M. Justice of the Peace for Derbyshire; M.P. for East Derbyshire, 1868-74; Lieutenant-Colonel commanding South Notts Yeomanry, 1879-86; Hon. Colonel, 1886; Major, 1st Notts Volunteers; A.D.C. to King Edward VII., and Captain of His Majesty's Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms. Married, May 2nd, 1874, Lady Margaret Coke, sixth daughter of the Earl of Leicester; heir: the Honourable Algernon Henry Strutt, born 1883.
Bromley.—Sir Henry Bromley, Fifth Bart., East Stoke, Notts; son of the late Sir Henry Bromley, who died September 21st, 1895; born August 6th, 1849. Succeeded to the title on his father's decease. Married, January 23rd, 1873, Adela Augusta, only child of Westley Richards, and has issue four sons.
Bagnall-Wild.—Ralph Bagnall Bagnall-Wild, M.A., J.P., Manor House, Costock, Loughborough; second son of the late William Kirkby; assumed the names of Bagnall-Wild, by Royal licence, November, 1868; born March 23rd, 1845; scholar of Caius College, Cambridge; 18th Wrangler, 1868; M.A., 1871. Called to the Bar, November, 1870; Inner Temple, Northern Circuit, Liverpool and Kirkdale Sessions; Justice of the Peace for Nottingham county; member for the East Leake Division of the Notts County Council, and of the Leake Rural District Council; Guardian, Loughborough Union. Married, July 4th, 1871, Alice, second daughter of R. Pfeil, of Boxgrove, Guildford, and has issue one son, Ralph Kirkby, and one daughter, Maude Kirkby.
Bagnall-Wild.—Lieutenant Ralph Kirkby Bagnall-Wild, R.E.; son of R. B. Bagnall-Wild, M.A., J.P., of Costock; born in Sydenham, 18th August, 1873; educated at the Hermitage School, Bath. Married, September 23rd, 1897, Maida, daughter of the late J. Devereux, Esq., of Hereford; Lieutenant in the Royal Engineers; 2nd Lieutenant July 25th, 1893; Lieutenant July 25th, 1896; now (1901) in Hong Kong (S.M.) Company.
Barber.—Alderman John Barber, J.P., Sherwood Dene, Gregory Boulevard; son of John Houseman Barber; born in Nottingham, October 4th, 1813. Entered Nottingham Town Council about the year 1849, and has been an Alderman for many years; Sheriff of Nottingham in 1847; after fifty years' service on the Council he was made a handsome presentation in recognition of his public services; made a J.P. for Nottingham many years ago, and is now the oldest magistrate on the city bench.
Bruce.—Lieutenant-Colonel Hervey Juckes Lloyd Bruce, D.L., J.P., Clifton Hall, Nottingham, and 44, Beaufort Gardens, London, W.; son of the Right Hon. Sir Hervey Bruce, Bart.; born in London, October 5th, 1843; educated at Eton. Retired Lieutenant-Colonel, Coldstream Guards; Justice of the Peace for the County of Nottingham, and also Justice of the Peace and Deputy-Lieutenant, County Londonderry, Ireland. Guards and Turf Clubs, London.
Cantrell-Hubbersty.—Albert Cantrell Cantrell-Hubbersty, Tollerton Hall, Nottingham; second son of Philip Hubbersty, Esq., of Wirksworth (who died 1882), by Ann Augusta, daughter and sole heir of the late Rev. W. Cantrell, M.A., late of Alvaston Field, County Derby; born 1843; educated at Repton. Married, 1876, Martha Lydia, second daughter of the late William Jessop, Esq., of Butterley Hall, County Derby, and has with other issue William Philip Cantrell, Lieutenant, 15th King's Hussars, born 1877, educated at Eton. Is a Justice of the Peace for the Counties of Derby and Notts; Colonel commanding 1st Notts R.V. (Robin Hood's); Lord of the Manor of Rocklaveston, and Patron of the living of Tollerton ; late Major and Hon. Lieut.-Colonel, 3rd Battalion Derbyshire Regiment; on roll High Sheriff, 1903; assumed the additional surname and arms of Cantrell by Royal Licence, 1894; Chairman, Buxton Lime Firms, Ltd.; Director, Nottingham Joint Stock Bank; Director, Digby Colliery Company, Ltd., etc.
Charlton.—Captain Geoffrey Nicolas Charlton, J.P., Chilwell Hall, near Nottingham; son of Nicolas John Charlton; born at Chilwell, July 2nd, 1873; educated at Eton. For some years an officer in the Sussex Artillery, afterwards joining the South Notts Yeomanry Cavalry; gazetted Captain in 1901; since the formation of the South Notts Yeomanry Cavalry there has always been a Charlton represented in its ranks, Mr. G. N. Charlton's grandfather being at one time the Colonel; a good all-round athlete and keen sportsman, devoting his time chiefly to hunting, shooting, and fishing; J.P. for the county of Notts. Married, in 1895, Mary, eldest daughter of Major Poyntz, of Springfield, Windsor, and has issue one daughter, Dora, and one son, Nicolas.
Coke.—Major-General John Talbot Coke, J.P., Debdale Hall, Mansfield; son of the late Colonel E. T. Coke, D.L., J.P., of Trusley, co. Derby; born at Brimington Hall, August 9th, 1841; educated at Harrow, and the Royal Military College. Joined the Army, June 24th, 1859, and served with the King's Own Scottish Borderers till September 9th, 1890, having commanded the 2nd Battalion of that regiment; was then appointed Assistant-Adjutant-General in Ireland, and at the Curragh; in 1896, went to Aldershot as Deputy-Adjutant-General, and two years afterwards took over the command of the troops in Mauritius, whence in December, 1899, he proceeded to South Africa to command the 10th Brigade for the Boer War; has seen foreign service in Ceylon, Canada, Mediterranean, Egypt, Soudan, East Indies, Mauritius, and South Africa; war service in Canada (medal and clasp), Soudan (medal and clasp), operations on the Nile, South Africa (medal and six clasps), also the Medjidieh (3rd class), and the Egyptian Bronze Star; several times mentioned in despatches. Retired from the Army as Major-General, July, 1901. Married Charlotte, daughter of Major H. Fitz Gerald, of Maperton, co. Somerset. Major-General Coke is Justice of the Peace for Derbyshire, Lord of the Manor, and Patron of the living of Trusley.