ALLANSON-WINN, ROWLAND GEORGE ALLANSON, 5TH BARON HEADLEY (I), only son of Hon. Rowland Allanson-Winn, and Margaretta Stephana, second dau. of George Walker, Overhall, Essex; b. 19 Jan 1855; adm. 24 Jan 1868 (James'); left 1868; Trinity Coll. Cambridge, adm. pens. 24 Feb 1874, matr. Mich. 1874; won middle and heavy weights in University boxing competition; BA 1878; adm. Middle Temple 21 Nov 1879; editor Salisbury Journal; private secretary to Sir Frederic Seager Hunt, Bart. (qv); became a civil engineer, engaged in foreshore protection works in England and Ireland; MICE (I); Fellow, Society of Engineers of England, President 1921; succ. his cousin as 5th Baron Headley (I) 13 Jan 1913; President, British Muslim Society; made pilgrimage to Mecca Jul 1922, entitling him to the prefix Hadji; JP Co. Kerry; author, Boxing, 1920, and other works; m. 1st, 27 Oct 1899 Teresa St. Josephine, youngest dau. of William Henry Johnson, Governor of Leh and Jummu; m. 2nd, 11 Feb 1921 Barbara Janet Ainsleigh, widow of Thomas Baynton, Darlington, co. Durham, and seventh dau. of Robert Lawrence Kilpatrick, Belfast; m. 3rd, 28 Jul 1929 Catharine, widow of Maj. Lindsay Bashford OBE, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, journalist, and dau. of Joseph William Lovibond, Lake House, Wilts., brewer; d. 22 Jun 1935.