Robert P. Daye, Esq. , of Canonbury, N. ; cr. C.B. 1874, K.B. 1882. Eglinton, New Grove Avenue, Sandytnoient, Dublin. JAMES, Right Hon. Sir Henry, P.C., M.P., Q.C., LL.D., son of the late Philip Turner James Esq. , surgeon, of Hereford ; b. 1828; ed. at Cheltenham Coll., of the Council of which he is Pres. ; Hon. LL.D. Camb. 1892 ; Bar. Middle Temple 1852, Q.C. 1869, a Bencher 1870, and Trea- surer 1888 ; appointed Attorney-Gen, to H. R. H. the Prince of Wales and the Duchy of Cornwall 1892; was "postman" to Court of Exchequer 1867-9, Solicitor-Gen. 1873, an d Attorney-Gen. 1873-4 and 1880-5 J sat as M - P- (Z-)forTaunton 1869-85, having been defeated in 1868 ; has sat for Bury since 1885 ; cr. K.B. 1873, P.C. 1885. 41, Cadogan Square, S. W.; Shore- ham Place, Sevenoaks ; i, Nero) Court, Temple, B.C.; Brojks's, Athentcum, Re- form, St. James's, National Liberal, Devonshire, Maryborough, Turf, and Garrick Clubs. JENKINS, Sir James, K.C.B., M.D., son of the late William Jenkins, Esq. ; b. 1818; M.D. Glasgow 1839, M.R.C.S. Eng. 1845; entered R.N. as Assist. - Surg. 1841, became Surg. 1854, Staff Surg. 1863, Dep. Inspector-Gen, of Hos- pitals 1872, and Inspector-Gen, (retired) 1878 ; served in charge of Naval Brig, before Sebastopol 1854-5 (medal with clasp, Turkish medal, and Legion of Honour), as Staff Surg. of Hospital Ships " Belleisle " and "Simoon" in China 1857-61 (medal with two clasps), as Senior Medical Officer of Plymouth Div. of R.M. 1861-9, and of R.M. Artillery at Eastney 1869-72, as Dep. Inspector-Gen, of Naval Hospital at Bermuda 1872-5 and of Roy. Naval Hospital at Plymouth 1875-8 ; is Hon. Surg. to H.M. : m. 1862, Sophie Pauline, who d. 1882, el. da. of Adm. Luckraft; cr. C.B. 1867, K. C.B. 1887. Ncvinston, Mannamead, Plymouth. JENKINS, Sir John Jones, son of the late Jenkin Jenkins, Esq., of Morris- ton, Glamorganshire ; b. 1835 ; sat as M.P. for Carmarthen District (Z.) 1882-6, and was an unsuccessful candidate there 1880, 1886, and 1892 ; is a J.P., a D.L. and a County Councillor (Oystermouth Div. ) for Glamorganshire (High Sheriff 1889), aJ.P. for Swansea (of which borough he was Mayor 1869-70, 1879-80 and 1880-1), and Hon. Lieut. R.N, Artillery Vol. : m. ist, 1854, Margaret, who d. 1862, da. of the late Josiah Rees, Esq., of Morriston, and, 1864, Katherine, da. of the late Edward Daniel, Esq., C.E. , of Morriston ; cr. K.B. 1882. The Grange, Swansea ; Rejorm Club. JENKINSON, Sir Edward George, K.C.B., son of the late Rev. J. S. Jenkin- son ; b. 1836 ; ed. at Harrow, and at Haileybury Coll. ; was in Indian Civil Ser. 1856-79 ; served on staff of Gens. Franks and Lugard during Indian Mutiny (medal KNIGHTS. 665 and thanked by H.M. and the Govt. of India) ; in 1882 went to Ireland with Earl Spencer as Private Sec., and in the same year was appointed Assist. Under Sec. Police and Crime (Ireland) ; unsuc- cessfully contested Sussex, N. , or E. Grinstead, Div. (LG) 1892 : m. 1865, Annabella Georgiar.a Monck, da. of Mason, Esq.; cr. C.B 1884, K.C.B. 1888. 13, Dmune Terrace, Richmond, Surrey ; East India United Service Club. JENKYNS, Sir Henry, K.C.B.^ son of the late Rev. H. Jenkyns, D.D., of Botley Hill, Hants ; b. 1838 ; Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1863 ; was Assist. Parly. Counsel 1869-86, since when he has been Parly. Counsel : m. 1877, Madalene Sabine, da. of Adm. Sir Thomas Sabine Pasley, K.C.B. , 2nd Bart.; cr. C.B. 1882, K.C.B. 1892. Riverside, Palace Road, East Molesey ; Botley Hill, Botley, Hants; Athenceum Club. JENNINGS, 6*/r John Rogers, youngest and posthumous son of the late David Jennings, Esq., of Hall House, Hawkhurst, Kent ; b. 1820 ; admitted Solicitor 1846 ; was Master of the Worshipful Co. of Drapers 1886-7 : m. 1854, Mary Adelaide, youngest da. of the late Charles William Smith, Esq., of Reading, and niece of the late SirLancelotShadwell, Vice-Chan cellor ; cr. K.B. 1887. Minster Lea, Reigate. JENNINGS, Hon. Sir Patrick Alfred, K. C.M. (7., son of the late Francis Jennings, Esq., of Newry ; b. 1831 ; was a M.L.C. of N.S.W. 1866-69, representative for Murray Dist. in House of Assembly 1870-2, and for the Bogan 1880-5, Special Commr. to Melbourne Exhibition 1875, and Repre- sentative Commr. for N.S.W. , Queensland, and Tasmania, to Philadelphia Exhibition 1876, Commr. to Paris Exhibition 1876, Executive Commr. in charge at Sydney Exhibition 1879, Vice Pres. of Sydney Commn. for Melbourne Exhibition 1880, and for Amsterdam Exhibition 1883, Pres. of Commn. in Sydney for Calcutta Exhibi- tion 1883-4, and Vice Pres. of Agricultural So., and Pres. of leading Musical Sos. ; is a J. P. for N.S.W., Victoria, S. Australia and Queensland, engaged in Pastoral, Banking, and Mining pursuits in N.S.W., Victoria and Queensland, a Commenda- tore of the orders of Pius IX. and St. Gregory the Great, and Hon. LL.D. Dublin Univ. ; sometime Premier and Treasurer of N.S.W. : m. 1864, Mary Anne, da. of M. Shanahan, Esq., of Marnoo, Victoria ; cr. C.M.G. 1879, K.C.M.G. 1880. Colebrook, Double Bay, N.S. W.;Warbrcccan, River ina, N.S. W.; Garavilla, Liverpool Plains, N.S. W. ; Wcstbrook, Queensland; A ustralian Union, Reform and Athenceum Clubs (Sydney). JEPHSO> T , Capt. Sir Alfred, son of William' Jephson, Esq., of Sherwood House, Notts; b. 1841; entered R.N. 1854, became Lieut. 1861., Com. 1873, and Capt. (retired) 1889 ; served in Crimea
Page:Debrett's Peerage, Baronetage, Knightage and Companionage.djvu/743
This page needs to be proofread.