Bowden.—Harold Houston Bowden, Elmswood, Mapperley Road, Nottingham; son of Frank Bowden, Managing Director of the Raleigh Cycle Company, Ltd.; born at San Francisco, California, U.S.A., July 9th, 1880; educated at Mr. Savile's School, Nottingham; afterwards at Clifton College, at Lausanne, and Clare College, Cambridge. Associated with his father in connection with the Raleigh Cycle Company, Ltd.; stroke of the senior crew of the Nottingham Rowing Club for 1899-1900-91; has won a large number of prizes for rowing.
Caborn.—Charles John Caborn, 16, The Ropewalk, Nottingham; son of John Caborn; born at Nottingham, October 25th, 1856; educated at Nottingham High School. Lace manufacturer; member of the firm of Redgate and Caborn. Played for first teams at cricket and football for the High School, and was also most successful at their annual athletic sports, winning many prizes; on leaving school joined the Notting Castle Football Club; was Captain of the same from 1876 until 1879; on the latter date joined Nottingham Forest Football Club, and played in nearly all important matches and cup ties, was Captain from 1885 until 1889, when retired on account of business engagements, since which time has been Vice-President of same club; member of Nottingham Rowing Club since 1883, and has always taken an active part in the management of their regattas, acting for the last several years as Judge on such occasions. Married, July 21st, 1891, Alice M. M. Bellaby, daughter of G. W. Bellaby, L.D.S., of Nottingham.
Cursham.—Henry Alfred Cursham, The Firs, Holme Pierrepoint, Nottingham; son of the late William George Cursham, solicitor, Nottingham; born at Wilford in the county of Nottingham, November 27th, 1859; educated at Repton. Has been very prominently associated with cricket and football, having been on the Committee of the County Cricket Club, and played for the county; also Captained for several years the Notts Amateur Cricket Club; in association football was prominently associated with Notts County in its earlier days: Captained the team for several years, and played in International football against Scotland, Ireland, and Wales several times; at one time played for Sheffield against Glasgow and London; fond of shooting.
Dixon.—John Auger Dixon, 27, Elm Avenue, Nottingham; son of William Dixon, of Bellevue, Herne Hill, London, S.E.; born at Grantham, May 27th, 1861; educated at the High School, Nottingham, and Grammar School, Chigwell, Essex. Partner in Dixon and Parker, Nottingham, and W. Dixon and Company, Nottingham; Captain of the Notts County Cricket XL, 1889-99; member of Notts County Football XL, 1883-84, 1884-85; played for England v. Wales, association football, in 1884. Club: Borough, Nottingham.
Ford.—William Joseph Ford, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham; son of Alderman William Ford; born at Friar Gate, Derby, December 13th, 1842; educated at Lincoln Grammar School. Racing Judge, etc. Married Frances Emma, daughter of John Ford, of Old Basford, Notts.
Ford.—John Ford, 2, Mapperley Park Drive, Nottingham; second son of W. J. Ford, of Nottingham; born at Nottingham, February 23rd, 1868; educated at Grosvenor School, Nottingham. Auctioneer and Secretary to the Nottingham and Colwick Park Racecourse Sports Company, the New Leicester Club and County Racecourse Company, Ltd., and the Birmingham Racecourse Companv, Ltd.; member of the Nottingham Rowing Club and Notts County Cricket Club; has hunted with South Notts Hounds for many years. Clubs: Borough and Constitutional.
Garside.—Frederick Garside, Carlton House, Worksop, and Brickwall House, Northiam, Sussex; second son of the late Jos Garside, D.L., J.P.; born at Carlton House, October 29th, 1872; educated privately and studied for the bar (not called). Fond of sport, particularly fishing, and holds the record (Vyrnwy lake fishing), killing forty-five trout, weighing 38 lb. 12 oz., at one day's fishing, 1900; is a good game shot and has 3000 acres of shooting in Sussex; has taken up motor car driving as an amateur; an expert at billiards; member of the Sports Club; in politics a Whig Liberal. Married, in 1897, Constance Helen, daughter of John Morgan, and has issue Isiline Mimosa, born October 29th, 1898.
Hancock.—William Thomas Hancock, West Bridgford, Notts; son of John Hancock, of Nottingham and Ilkeston; born at Nottingham, March 15th, 1859; educated at Nottingham High School. Lace manufacturer; member of the firm of Hancock and James; Chairman of Committee and one of the oldest members of Notts Forest Football Club; played for several years, up to 1890; also well known in local cricket for a number of years; member of Notts County Cricket Club, playing in Colts' match in 1880; played for the Colts of England v. M.C.C. in the last match in 1880, W. Gunn and W. Attewell also playing for the Colts. Married Emily Eliza, daughter of the late Edward Swann, of Nottingham, and has issue one son. Club: Constitutional.
Hibbert.—Charles Hibbert, Thorneywood House, 4, First Avenue, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham; son of the late John Hibbert, of Nottingham; born at Nottingham, September 17th, 1846; educated locally. Turf commission agent and owner of racehorses and sporting dogs; has hunted for many years with the South Notts Hounds; won the Manchester November Handicap with his horse, "Ivor," in 1895; at Newmarket, on May 2nd, 1889, his horse, "Tortus," ridden by T. Cannon, beat Mr. Abingdon Baird's "Mellifont," ridden by the owner, in a match for 2000 sovs.; won the Waterloo Cup with "Miss Glendyne," in 1886, the same dog dividing with "Bit of Fashion" in 1885; also owned "Snowflake," runner-up in 1883. Married Eliza, daughter of the late Joseph Smith, of Nottingham, and has issue one son and two daughters.
Lindley.—Tinsley Lindley, 14, Park Terrace, Nottingham; son of the late Alderman Leonard Lindley, J.P.; born at Nottingham, October 27th, 1865; educated at Nottingham High School, The Leys, Cambridge, and Caius College, Cambridge; LL.M., P.A.; wrote a thesis ("Martial Law") which was accepted and passed for the degree LL.D. Barrister-at-law, Inner Temple, Midland Circuit; Lecturer in Commercial Law, University College, Nottingham; representative of England at association football thirteen times; Captain of England and Cambridge University elevens, 1888; played cricket for Notts and Cambridge. Married, in 1896, Constance, daughter of Frank C. Purnand, Editor of Punch.
Lymbery.—Walter Roe Lymbery, Colston House, Hamilton Road, Sherwood Rise, Nottingham; son of the late John Lymbery; born at Hyson Green, Nottingham, January 20th, 1845; educated at Nottingham. Lace manufacturer; business established in 1871; was Captain of Notts Hockey Club for some years up to 1865; assisted in forming Notts Forest Football Club, Captain for several years, and Hon. Secretary and Treasurer for twelve years; first Hon. Secretary and Treasurer, for five years, of the Notts Football Association; represented the Association in London for several years; was one of four appointed by the Football Association to thrash out the question of professionalism; has been Captain. Hon. Secretary and Treasurer of the Notts Forest Cricket Club for twenty-eight years; won the bowling prize last year; also the Dukery and Derbyshire Tours bowling prize this year, which he inaugurated twenty-eight years ago; is a chorister of nearly forty years standing; on the committee of the Nottingham Sacred Harmonic Society, of which he has been a member thirty-five years.
Stocker.—Edward Barlow Stocker, Pendower, Shirely Road, Nottingham; son of William J. Stocker; born at Bolton, Lancashire, 1877; educated at Nottingham High School, and Grosvenor School. Articled to his uncle, Arthur Barlow; passed his final examination in June, with honours, and admitted solicitor in September, 1899; now in practice in Nottingham; is a good all-round athlete, and was top scorer in a trial match against Nottingham County Cricket Club in 1900; Secretary of the Nottingham Amateur Operatic Company; member of Notts Constitutional Club; devotes some time to amateur photography.