KNIGHTS. 66 1 Naturalist ; has travelled for scientific pur- poses in India, Syria, Morocco, and other countries ; was Assist. Director of Royal ! Gardens, Kew, 1855-65, and Director thereof 1865-85 ; is a F.R.S. (Pres. 1873-8), : Corresponding Member of Institute of France, Hon. D.C.L. Oxford, and Hon. ' LL. D. of Camb. , Dublin, Edinburgh, and Glasgow : m. ist, 1851, Frances Harriet, who d. 1874, da. of the Rev. John Stevens Henslow, R. of Hitcham, and Professor of Botany, in Univ. of Camb. ; 2ndly, 1876, Hyacinth, da. of the Rev. William S. Symonds, J.P., R. of Pendock, Worcester, and widow of Sir William Jardine, 6th Bart. ; cr. C.B. 1869, K. C.S.I. 1877. The Camp, Siinningdale ; Athena: urn Club. HOPE, Sir Theodore Cracraft, K. C.S.I., C.I.E., son of the late James Hope, Esq., M. D. ; b. 1831 ; ed. at Rugby, and at Haileybury Coll. ; entered Bom. C.S. 1853 ; Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1866 ; was a M.L.C. of Gov.-Gen. of India 1875-80, Provisional Member of Council Bombay 1880, Sec. to Govt. of India for Finance and Commerce 1881-2, officiating Finance Minister 1882, and Public Works Mem- ber of Council of Gov.-Gen. of India 1882-7 ' " l - 1866, Josephine, only da. of J. W. Fulton, Esq., of Braidujle House, co. Down ; cr. C.S.I. 1877, C.I.E. 1882, K.C.S.I. 1886. 21, Elvaston Place, S. W. ; Atliencrum Club. HOPKINS, Vice-Adm. Sir John Om- manney, K. C.B. , son of the late Rev. W. T. Hopkins, R. of Nuffield, Oxfordshire ; b. 1834; entered R.N. 1848, became Com. 1862, Capt. 1867, Rear-Adm. 1885, and Vice-Adm. 1891 ; served during Crimean War 1854-5 (medal with clasp, Turkish medal) ; was Private Sec. to First Lord of the Admiralty (Earl of North- brook) 1881-2, A.D.C. to H.M. 1881-5, Sup. Sheerness Dockyard 1883, Director of Naval Ordnance 1883-6, Sup. of Ports- mouth Dockyard 1 886-8, and a Naval Lord of the Admiralty and Controller of the Navy i888-r^ ; appointed Com.-in- Ch. of N. Ameiicaand W. Indies Station 1892 : m. ist, 1875, a da. f Metcalfe Larken, Esq. ; 2nd, 1882, Minna, da. of the late Adm. Sir Sydney Colpoys Dacres, K.C.B. ; cr. K.C.B. 1892. 29, Watwick Square, S. W. ; United Service Club. HORN, Gen. Sir Frederick, G.C.B. ,z, son of the late Capt. Frederick Jacob Horn
King's Dragoon Guards), of Verden ; b.
1805 ; entered 2oth Foot 1826, became Capt. 1837, Major 1839, Lieut. -Col. 1846, < ,'ol. 1854, Major-Gen. 1860, Lieut. -Gen. 1870, and Gen. (retired) 1877 ; was Col. 45th Foot 1868-76, since when he has been Col. Lancashire Fusiliers ; pre- .-.ent throughout Crimean campaign 1854-5 (twice wounded, horse killed under him, medal with four clasps, Sardinian and Turkish medals, 3rd class Medjidie, and Officer of Legion of Honour) ; is a J. P. for Northamptonshire : m. 1852, Mary Moore, who^. 1858, da. of Moore Wilson, Esq., of the H.E.I. C.S. ; cr. C.B. 1855, K.C.B. 1869, G.C.B. 1889. BnckbyHall, Rugby. HORNBY, Sir Edmund Grimani, son of the late Thomas Hornby, Esq. ; b. 1825 ; Bar. Middle Temple 1848 ; was English Commr. on American and English claims under Treaty of 1853-5, Financial Commr. in Turkey during Crimean War, and Judge of Supreme Consular Court of the Levant at Constantinople 1857-65, Ch. Judge of Supreme Court of China and Japan 1865-76 ; has the Medjidie : m. ist, 1850, Emilia Bythinia, who d. 1866, da. of Col. Maceroni; 2nd, 1868, Mary Hannah, who d. 1873, da. of Thomas Hudson, Esq., of Hull ;3rdly, 1875, Emily Augusta, da. of John Pratt Roberts, Esq. , of New York; cr. K.B. 1862. 10, Wdlswood Park, Torquay; Lensdeu House, Dartmoor; Goldsmith Buildings, Temple, E.G. ; Atheuteum Club. HORNBY, Adm. of the Fleet Sir Geoffrey Thomas Phipps, G.C.B., son of the late Adm. Sir Phipps Hornby, G. C. B. ; b. 1825 ; entered R.N. 1837, became Capt. 1852, Rear-Adm. 1869, Vice-Adm. 1875, Adm. 1879, and Adm. of the Fleet 1888 ; was successively Com. -in-Ch. W. Coast of Africa, senior officer in command of Flying Squadron 1869 and of Channel squadron, a junior lord of the Admiralty, Com. -in- Ch. in Mediterranean, and Pres. of Royal Naval Coll., Greenwich ; was Com. -in-Ch. at Portsmouth, 1882-5, and Principal Naval A.D.C. to H.M. 1886-8 ; isaJ.P. for Sussex, and a County Councillor for W. Sussex, Stoughton Div. : m. 1853, Emily Frances, who d. 1892, da. of the late Rev. John Coles, of Ditcham Park, Hants ; cr. K.C.B. 1878, G.C.B. 1885. Lordington, Emsworth ; United Service Club. HORNBY, Adm. Sir (William) Wind- ham, K.C.B., el. son of the late Rev. Geoffrey Hornby, R. of Bury, Lancashire ; b. 1812 ; ed. at Roy. Naval Coll., Ports- mouth ; entered R.N. 1827, became Com. 1841, Capt. 1849 (retired 1864), Rear-Adm. 1865, Vice-Adm. 1871, and Adm. 1877 ; served in Mediterranean and N. America, and in W. Indies, during Jamaica Insur- rection 1832, and on Coast of Africa ; was a Commr. of Prisons 1877-92 ; is a J.P. and D.L. for Lancashire and Middlesex : in. 1849, Augusta, da. of Sir William Pratt Call, 2nd Bart., and widow of Capt. George Dacres Paterson, gSth Regt. ; cr. K.C.B. 1892. 6, Roland Houses, S. W. ; United Set vice and St. Stephens Clubs. HOSKINS, Adm. Sir Anthony Hiley, K.C.B., son of the late Rev. Henry Hos- kins, of North Perrott Manor, Somerset ; b. 1828 ; ed. at Winchester ; entered R.N. 1842, became Com. 1858, Capt. 1863, Rear-Adm. 1879, Vice-Adm. 1885, and Adm. 1891 ; served in Kaffir War 1852-3, as Naval A.D.C. to Sir H. Smith (medal, and mentioned in despatches), and in