INDIAN BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY, 1915.
Secretary, Government of India, Revenue and Agricultural Departments, 1907. Address: Strawberry Mill, Simla, India.
Carmichael, Claude Dundas James, Dy. Inspector-General of Police, Southern Range, Coimbatore; joined Madras Police Force, 1883; b. 1862; 2nd. and o.surv.s. of late Col. James Dodington Carmichael, C.B.; m. 1888, Mary Glencairn, 2nd d. of late James Shaw, Principal Inspector-General of Hospitals, Madras Presidency; one d. Held a commission in 3rd Batt. Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry; is heir-male of the House of Carmichael; claims the dormant titles of Earl of Hyndford, Viscount Inglisberry and Nemphlar, and Lord Carmichael of Carmichael, 1701, and Lord Carmichael, 1647, with the baronetcy (Nova Scotia) of 1627. Club: Constitutional.
Carmichael of Skirling, 1st Baron (1912) the Right Hon’ble Thomas David Baron Carmichael K.C.M.G., G.C.I.E., Governor of Bengal since 1912; b. Edinburgh, 1859; s. of . Sir William Gibson Carmicheal; educ, St. John’s College, Cambridge; B.A. 1881. M.A. 1884; m. 1886, Miss , e.d. of of the Austrian Empire; Private Secretary to Sir George and Lord , when Secretaries for Scotland; contested Midlotbian and represented it in Parliament in succession to Mr. Gladstone, 1895-1900; made his first speech speaking for the opposition of Agricultural Rates Relief Bill, 1896; Trustee of the National Gallery, 1906; Governor of Victoria, 1908; Takes lively interest in the study of Natural History and his papers on antipodes, spiders, etc. are regarded as authoritaitive; Member, Board of Trustees, Scottish National Galleries, 1907-1908; appointed Governor of Madras, February 1911; Took charge, on 3rd November 1911; G.C.I.E. 1911; Transferred to Bengal Presidency as Governor, April 1912. Address: Government House, Calcutta, India.
Carnduff, Hon. Mr, Justice Herbert William Cameron; Judge, High Court, Calcutta; e.s. of late David Carnduff; C.I.E., educ; Edinburgh University, and at Balliol College, Oxford; called to Bar (Inner Temple), 1900; entered service, 1883; Under Secretary to Government, Bengal, 1888; Registrar, High Court, Calcutta, 1890; District and Sessions Judge, 1895; Deputy Secretary to Government, Legislative Department. 1896; Private Secretary to Lord Curzon, 1902; District and Sessions Judge, 1904; Member, Imperial Legislative Council, and Offg. Secretary to Government. Bengal, 1905; Judge, High Court, Calcutta, 1900; Publication: Chapter 5, Vol. IV of the Imperial Gazetter, dealing with Legislation and Justice. Address: 5, Hungerford Street, Calcutta. Clubs: Bengal United service and East India United service.Carpenter, Alfred, D.S.O. (1887) s. of Charles Carpenter, R.N.; b. 1847; educ, at Brighton College; entered the Royal Navy, 1861; retired as Captain, 1895; served in the “Challenger” scientific expedition; Soudan Expedition, 1884; was in charge of the Marine Survey of India, and piloted the war flotilla under fire to Mandalay and Bhamo, 1885; Recreations: Billiards, golf; Collection of corals,