Born 19 September 1872; youngest son of late Edward Headlam, Director of
Examinations in the Civil Service Commission, and Mary, daughter of George
Sowerby of Putteridge Park, Herts; grandson of late Ven. John Headlam,
Archdeacon of Richmond; married 1913, Mary May Elles, eldest daughter of F.
Fraser of Inverness.
Rugby; Magdalen College, Oxford (Demy).
Has travelled extensively. Editor of State Papers, Colonial Series, Censor of
Press Cables, Press Bureau, 1915-1919.
Friends that Fail Not; Prayers from the Poets; English Satirists; Peter Vischer;
India and Burma; Venetia and Northern Italy; Naples, Nuremberg, Chartres, and
Oxford; Provence and Languedoc; Inns of Court; Letters and Poems of Walter
Headlam; History of France; Red Screes; and other novels and anthologies;
(editor) The Milner Papers (South Africa), Vols 1. and II, 1931, 1933 (awarded
gold medal of Royal Empire Society, 1932); contributor to Cambridge History of
British Empire; The Times Literary Supplement, The Sphere, etc.
Cricket (Rugby, 1888-1891; Oxfordshire, 1893-1901; Middlesex, 1902-1906; K. J.
Key's XI in India, 1902-1903), fishing, hunting, gardening.
Broadmead, Charing, Kent. Telephone: Charing 47. Motor Car Registration Number:
MCC, Royal Empire.
Died 12 August 1934
HEADLAM, Lieut-Col Rt Hon. Sir Cuthbert Morley, 1st Bt, 1935;
PC 1945; DSO 1918; OBE 1919; TD 1926.
Born 1876; married 1904, Georgina Beatrice, CBE 1929, daughter of late George
King's School, Canterbury; Magdalen College, Oxford (Demy).
Barrister, Inner Temple, 1906; Bedfordshire Yeomanry, 1910-1926; served European
War, 1914-1918, GSO1, 1918 (despatches, DSO, OBE); Clerk in the House of Lords,
1897-1924; MP (C) Barnard Castle, 1924-1929, and 1931-1935, North Newcastle,
1940-1952; Parliamentary and Financial Sec. to the Admiralty, 1926-1929;
Parliamentary Sec. to the Ministry of Pensions, 1931-1932; Parliamentary
Secretary, Ministry of Transport, 1932-1934; is a DL, County Councillor,
1931-1939, and JP for County of Durham. Chairman: Northern Counties Conservative
Area, 1937-1946; National Union of Conservative and Unionist Associations, 1941.
The History of the Guards Division; Knight Reluctant, 1934, etc.; (with A. Duff
Cooper) House of Lords or Senate?, 1932; Editor of the Army Quarterly,
19 Camden Crescent, Bath. Telephone: Bath 4445.
Died 27 February 1964 (ext).
Distinguished Service Order: Headlam, Cuthbert Morley, Capt.,
London Gazette, 1 Jan. 1918