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SECTION

XV.

WAY,

OF

SPAYNES

HALL.

KATHARINCORBOULD-WARRofN14, Wynnstay Gardens, London, W., eldest daughter of the Rev. Wm. Corbould-Warren (see Section XIII), b. at Tacolneston 30 Jan. 1842, d. at Cranleigh, Surrey 23 Nov. 1923, bur. at Heene, Worthing. Married 3 Aug. 1864, COLONE GEORGEAUGUSTUWAY, C.B. (1896), J.P., of Spaynes Hall, Essex, b. 6 March 1837, educ. at Eton, entered Army 18j 5, Lieut. 1858, Capt. 1867, Major 187j, Lieut. Col. 1881, served in the Punjab Frontier Force, Commandant 7th D.C.O. Rajputs, served in the Mashud Waziri exped. 1860 (medal and clasp) and Akha exped. 1883-4 (mentioned in despatches), d. 19

Oct. 1899, bur. at Heene, Worthing ; will Charles John Way, M.A. Trin. Coll. Camb., Boreham and Chaplain to the Duke of Atholl.

pr. 23 Jan. 1900 ; son of of Spaynes Hall, Essex, They had issue :-

the Rev. Rector of

I.

G E O R G EJ O H N W A Y , o f Peshawur, India 7 Aug.

Stegi, 1865 ;

Swaziland, South educ. at Felstead.

Africa, b. at Unmarried.

Nagode,

2.

LEWISNORMA WAYof Spilfeathers, Ingatestone, Essex, b. at Jubbulpore,

India 23 April 1867 ; educ. at Sherborne ; d. at Spilfeathers 24 Dec. 1928 ; will proved in London 3 April 1929 Married in London 7 Jan. I 895, UNAMARGAREb., at Mingbool, Victoria, Australia, served in V.A.D. during the Great War from 1914 to 1918, dau. of Malcolm MACKINNON,

Esq., of Broadford, Isle of Skye, and Mingbool, Australia (by his wife Mary Margaret, dau. of Edward MacCallum, Esq., of Ardro, Argyllshire), and granddau. of Charles Mackinnon, Esq., of Broadford, by his wife Una, dau. of Malcolm Nicolson, Esq., of Usabost, Isle of Skye.

One of Mrs. Una Mackinnon's seven brothers was Alexander Nicolson,

Esq.,

M.A.,

LL.D.

Edin., Sheriff Substitute of Kircudbright and later of

Greenock, the eminent Greek and Gaelic scholar and poet, who revised the Gaelic Bible and wrote "The Lay of the Beanm6hr: a Song of the

Sudreyar," "The Misty Isle of Skye They had :-

"

and

"

Memoirs of Adam Black."

Ia.

LIEUT. RODERICKNORMA WAY, R.F.A.,

b. at Spilfeathers 17 Oct.

1896, educ. at Harrow, and R.M.A. Woolwich in 1915 he was gazetted to 28th Battery, 9th Brigade, Meerut

Woolwich ; on passing out of the R.F.A. and attached to the Division. Went to France in

May 191j, to join in serving as

and in Dec. was ordered to Mesopotamia with his battery

the relief of Kut. observation officer

Killed in during the

action 13 Jan. battle of Orah.

1916,

while

za. UNAKATHARINMARYWAY,b. at Spilfeathers 11 July 1899, and was a land worker during the Great War.

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