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1852, and Dep. Keeper of the Records of Scotland inH.M. General Register House, Edinburgh, 1880 ; retired 1892 ; author of the Books of Carlaverock, Grandtully, Menteith, Lennox, Douglas, and Buc- cleuch, and of other works on the Noble and Baronial Families of Scotland ; cr. C.B. 1885, K.C. 6.1887. 3 2 - South Castle Street, Edinburgh. FREELING, Sir Sanford, K.C.M.G. [see Freeling, Bart. ]. FREMANTLE, Hon. Sir Charles William, K.C.B. L see B. Cottesloe]. FREMANTLE, Vice-Adm. the Hon. Sir Edmund Robert, K.C.B. , C.M.G. [see B. Cottesloe]. FROST, Sir Thomas Gibbons, son of Francis Aylmer Frost, of Chester ; b. 1820 ; was Mayor of Chester 1868-9, 1881-2 and 1882-3 ;"is a J. P. for Co. and City of Ches- ! ter, and for co. Montgomery (High Sheriff 1881) ; entertained the Prince of Wales on his visit to Chester 1869 ; unsuccessfully contested Chester City (Z.) 1874 : m. 1855, Mary Ann, da. of Henry Wood, Esq. , of Liverpool ; cr. K. B. 1869. Redcliff, Chester; Dolcorsllwyn Hall,, co. Mont- gomery ; Devonshire and Grosvenor Clubs. FRY, Right Hon. Sir Edward, P.C., LL.D., F.R.S., son ofjoseph Fry, Esq., of Bristol ; b. 1827 ; ed. at Bristol Coll., and at Univ. Coll., London (B.A., honours in classics and animal physiology London ; Univ. 1851); Hon. LL.D. Edinburgh Univ. 1892 ; is a Fellow of Univ. Coll., London, and a Member of the Senate of the Univ. j of London ; Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1854, a Q.C. 1869, and Treasurer 1892 ; formerly Ex- ' aminerin Law to Univ. of London, and to Council of Legal Education ; was a Judge of High Court of Justice (Chancery Div.) 1877-83, and a Lord Justice of Appeal i883-92,sincewhenhehasbeenaMemberof ; thej udicial Committeeof the Privy Council : m. 1859, Mariabella, da. of the late John Hodgkin, Esq. , Barrister at Law, of Lewes; cr. K.B. 1877, P.C. 1883. i, Palace Houses, Bayswater Hill, W.; Failand House, Fai- land, near Bristol ; Athenceum Club. FULTON, Sir Forrest, youngest son of the late Lieut. -Col. Fulton, K.H. ; b. 1846 ; ed. at Norwich Gram. Sch., and at London Univ. (B.A. 1867, LL.B. 1873) ; Bar. Middle Temple 1872, and a Q.C. 1 892 ; went S. E. Circuit ; successively j Treasury Counsel at Middlesex Sessions, , and Senior Counsel to the Post Office, and ; subsequently to the Treasuiy, at Central ; Criminal Court and to Mint for co. of. Hertford ; was Recorder of Maidstone June to Aug. 1892, since when he has been Common Serjeant of London ; is a Commr. of Central Criminal Court and! Judge of Mayor's Court of London ; sat as M.P. for W. Ham. N. Div. (C) 1886-92, having been defeated therefor 1885 ; ' author of a " Manual of Constitutional History " : m. 1875, Sophie Browne, el. ! da. of John B. Nicholson, Esq. ; cr. K.B. iHTS. 647 1892. 27, Queen s Gardens, W. ; Fountain Court, Temple,' E.C.; Carlton and City Car I ton Clubs FYERS, Lieut.-Gen. Sir William Augustus, K.C.B., son of the late Maj.- Gen. Peter Fyers, C.B., R.A. ; b. 1815 ; ed. at Mil. Coll., Edinburgh ; entered Army 1834, became Capt. 1847. Major 1855, Lieut. -Col. 1856, Col. 1864, Maj.-Gen. 1869, and retired Lieut. -Gen. 1881 ; served at Capture of Kurrachee 1839, in Afghan War 1841-2 (medal), in Crimea 1854-5 (medal with two clasps, mentioned in despatches, Legion of Honour, Turkish medal, and 5th class Medjidie), and in Indian Mutiny Campaign 1857-9 (men- tioned in despatches, and medal with clasp) : m. 1858, Mary Stuart, da. of Adm. Evan Nepean ; cr, C.B. 1858, K.C.B. 1889. 19, Onslow Gardens, S. W.; United Service, St. James's, and Hur ling- ham Clubs. GALLWEY, Hon. Sir Michael Henry, K.C.M.G., el. son of Henry Gallwey, Esq., of Greenfield, co. Cork; b. 1826; ed. at Trin. Coll., Camb. (B.A. 1851) ; Bar. King's Inns, Dublin, 1853; went Munster Circuit ; was Attorney-Gen, of Natal 1857-90, since when he has been Ch. Justice ; appointed, 1878, Pres. of Boundary Commn. for delimitation of Transvaal and Zululand Boundaries (thanked by Sec. of State for Colonies) ; is aM.E.C. and M.L.C. : m. 1862, Fanny Cadwallader, da. of the Hon. David Erskine [see B. Erskine] ; cr. C.M.G. 1883, K.C.M.G. 1888. Pietermaritsburg, Natal. GALLWEY, Lieut.-Gen. Sir Thomas Lionel John, K.C.M.G., son of the late Major John Gallwey, Dep. Inspector-Gen, of Roy. Irish Constabulary ; b. 1821 ; entered R.E. 1839, became Capt. 1848, Major 1859, Lieut. -Col. 1862. Col. 1867, Maj.-Gen. 1878, and Lieut.-Gen. 1882; retired 1888 ; was a member of Ordnance Select Committee 1862-5 and of Special Commn. to United States Army 1864, Comdt. of Sch. of Mil. Engineering, Chatham, 1868-75, and of R.E. (Col. on Staff) at Gibraltar 1877-9, Inspector- Gen, of Fortifications 1880-2, and Gov. and Com.-in-Ch., Bermuda 1882-8 ; m. ist, 1848, Cerise, who d. 1849, da. of the late John Eyre, Esq. , of Eyrecourt Castle, co. Galway ; 2nd, 1851, Alice Dora, da. of the late Major Peter Macdougall, King's Own Borderers ; cr. K.C.M.G. 1889. Terrace House, Roehampton Vale, Surrey; Un ited Service Club. GALSWORTHY, Sir Edwin Henry, youngest son ol the late John Galsworthy, Esq., shipowner, of Devonport ; b. 1831 ; ed. at City of London Sch. and by the late Professor Drew, of King's Coll. ; is a J . P. and a D. L. for Middlesex, a J. P. for co. London, a Director of the London and Provincial Bank, Limited, and of the San Paulo Railway Co., and Chm. of the Metropolitan Asylums Board : m. rst,