Thom's Irish Who's Who/Dunraven and Mount-Earl, Earl of

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Dunraven and Mount-Earl, Earl of


DUNRAVEN AND MOUNT-EARL, Earl of, 1822; Viscount Mount-Earl, 1816; Viscount Adare, 1882; Baron Adare, 1800 (Irld.); Baron Kenry (Unit. Kgd., 1866); and a Bart, 1781, Windham Thomas Wyndham Quin, 4th Earl, K.P. (1876); P.C. (1899); C.M.G. (1902); O.B.E. (Mil.), V.D., Lieutenant and Custos Rotulorum Co. and City of Limerick (1896), in room of Thomas Enraght O'Brien, dec. Under-Secretary of State for the Colonies, 1885-7; represented Wandsworth of London County Council, 1895-1900; Croom Division on Limerick County Council, 1899-1905; late 1st Life Guards; Lieut. Col. Comdg. the 3rd County of London (Sharpshooters) Imperial Yeomanry, 1901-1904; Hon. Col., 1904: Hon. Col. 5th Batt. Roy. Mun. Fusiliers; Hon. Col. Glamorgan Artillery Militia: Lieut, R.N.. and later Comdr. R.N.V.R. during Great War; Chairman Irish Horse-Breeding Commission, 1896: Chairman Irish Land Conference, 1902-3: son of Edwin Richard, K.P., 3rd Earl, and his first wife, Augusta, third dau. of the late Thomas Goold, Master in Chancery: b. 12th Feb., 1841: s. his father, 6th Oct., 1871; m. 29th April, 1869, Florence (d. 1916), second dau. of Lord Charles Lennox Kerr (d. 1898), and has issue surviving one dau. Pubns.: The Great Divide, The Upper Yellowstone, 1874; Irish Question, 1880; Self-Instruction in the Theory and Practice of Navigation, 1900; The Legacy of Past Years, 1911; Canadian Nights, 1914. Res.: Adare Manor, Adare, Co. Limerick; Dunraven Castle, Bridgend, Glamorganshire: Kenry House, Putney Vale, London, S.W.; 22 Norfolk Street, Hyde Park, W. Clubs: Carlton, Athenæum, Marlborough, Turf, Automobile, Royal Yacht Squadron.