INDIAN BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY, 1915.
Temple) 1878; posted to Madras, 1878, Assistant Collector and Magistrate, special duty, 1885-87 Secretary to the Board of Revenue, 1887; Collector, 1891; Member of the Board of Revenue 1900; President of the Salt Committee, 1904; Member of the Legislative Council, 1900 Chief Secretary, 1905-8; Temporary, Member of Council, 1902, 1904, 1906, and 1908; retired 1909. Address: Hill Croft, Broadstone, Dorset. Clubs: East India United Service; Royal and Ancient Golf, St. Andrews.
Bradshaw, Surgeon-General Alex Frederick, C.B., 1891; M.R.C.P. (Lond.), M.R.C.S. and L.S.A. Lond.), F.R.G.S., Member Royal Society of Medicine; Hon. Physician to the King; M.A. Oxon. (hon., 1900; by decree, 1910); A.M.S. (retired); Member of Oxford City Council: b 1834; m., Ellen C, d. of Col. R. S. Ewart, Bengal Army; three s., five d. Educ: private school, Cambridge; St. Bartholomew’s Hospital, London: Worcester College, Oxford, 1897-1900. Entered Army Medical Department, 1857, and appointed to Rifle Brigade: served with 2nd Battalion during Indian Mutiny; present at siege of Lucknow, 1858, Garrison and Brigade Surgeon, Delhi, 1863-1864; appointed to Chestnut Troop, Royal Horse Artillery, 1866: on personal staff of Commanders-in-Chief in India, Sir William Mansfield (afterwards Lord Sandhurst), Lord Napier of Magdala, and Sir Fred. Haines, 1869-81: went with last to Afghanistan, 1879, during the war; principal medical officer of the Quetta District, Baluchistan 1884-86; of the Zhob Valley Expeditionary Force, 1884 of the Frontier Field Force, Assam, Egypt, 1886-87; of the Northern District, England, 1887; of the Rawal Pindi District, Punjab, 1887-92: of the Hazara (Black Mountain) Field Force, 1891 Hon. Surgeon to Viceroys of India, Lords Lansdowne and Elgin, 1891-95; principal medical officer, H.M.’s Forces in India, 1892-95; served 35 years in India; received King’s Coronation Medal, 1902. Address: 111 Banbury Road. Oxford. Clubs: United Service, London: Oxford and County, Oxford.
Brahmachari, Upendra Nath; M.A. M.D. Ph.D; Rai Bahadur; Fellow of the Calcutta University Royal Society of medicine; member of the Asiatic Society of Bengal; Lecturer in Medicine at the Medical School, Calcutta. Born, 1875; Educ: at the Presidency College, Calcutta; B.A. in honours in Mathematics securing Thwaytes Medal; M.A. while a medical student; 1st in the M.B. Examination Winning McLeod Goodeve Medals; M.D. in 1902; Fellow 1904; Member of central Malaria Committee, Bombay; 1911; Entered Government service as house Physician in the Medical College hospital Calcutta. Address: No. 10, Nenitola Ghat Street. Calcutta.Brandt, Hon. Mr. Francis, B.A., Retired Judge, High Court, Madras educated at the Brasenose College, Oxford; Entered I.C.S. 1st September, 1862; Student at the College, from 7th October 1862; passed in Telugu and Tamil on 15th January and 15th April respectively, 1863; Posted as Assistant Collector and Magistrate, Kistna, 8th June 1863; sub Magistrate 1st Class, 22nd April 1864; Acting Special Assistant Collector and Magistrate Kistna, 1st November. 1864 to 20th January 1865; Acting Head Assistant Collector, Kurnool