50 NOTEWORTHY FAMILIES
me bro, Robert Pemberton Milnes, M. P. for Pontefract ; prominent in county business.
bro, General William Samuel Newton.
bro, Robert Milnes Newton, Recorder of Cambridge ; metropolitan police magistrate.
bro, Lieutenant-General Horace Parker Newton, first of his year in R.M.A., Woolwich.
bro, Sir Edward Newton, K.C.M.G., Colonial Secretary of Mauritius ; Lieutenant- Governor of Jamaica; author of several zoological papers in scientific journals.
bro son, Arthur William Newton, H. M. Inspector of Schools.
bro son, Francis James Newton (b. 1857), C.M.G. ; Treasurer of Southern Rhodesia, 1902 ; some time Administrator of British Bechuanaland, and Colonial Secretary British Honduras and Barbadoes.-[" Who's Who."]
me bro son, Richard Monckton Milnes (18091885), first Baron Houghton ; M.P. for Pontefract, 1837 ; distinguished in literary society ; author of poems and critical essays. Did much to secure Copyright Act ; assisted in the preparation of the "Tribune," 1836; established the " Philobiblon
Soc.," 1853.-[" Dict. N. Biog.," and "Life" by
me bro son son, Robert Offley Ashburton CreweMilnes, first Earl of Crewe, son of Lord Houghton ; Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, 1892-1895.-[" Who's Who."]