INDIAN BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY, 1915.
Maung Ton Myat.
Maung Ton Myat; elected non-official Member, Legislative Council, Burma; took his seat, 1912. Address: Rangoon, Burma.
Maunsell, General Sir Frederick Richard, K.C.B. (1897); b. 1828; s. of Rev. D. H. Maunsell; educ: at King Edward School,. Grosvenor College, South Bath, and Addiscombe; joined the Royal Engineers, 1846; became General, 1887; was in the Punjab Campaign, 1848-49; at the seige of Multan and at Guzarat; in the Indian Mutiny, 1857-58; at Delhi and Lucknow in the Oudh Campaign, 1858; served in the Afghan Campaign, 1878; Colonel Commandant, R.E., 1886; Honorary Colonel, 1st Sappers and Miners, 1904. Address: 32, Astley Gardens, S.W; Laham, Middlesex. Clubs: United Service, and East India,
Maunsun, Surgeon-General Thomas, L.R.C.P I., L.R.C.S.I.C.B. (1826). (retired); s. of late John Maunsun, b. 1839; entered the Army Medical department, 1860; became Surgeon-General, 1895; retired, 1899; served in Burma Expedition, 1886-87; Principal Medical Officer, Malta, 1896-99. Address: 39, Broughton Road, Thorntonheath, Surrey. Club: Union.
Mauth, Hon’ble Mr R. A., B.A., I.C.S., Financial Secretary to Government of Punjab; educ:College, Oxford; joined service, 1895; Under Secretary to Government of India, 1901; Deputy Commissioner, 1905; Financial Secretary, Punjab, 1910. Address: Lahore, Punjab, India.
Maxwell, William, C.I.E., (1909), M.V.O. (1911); s. of late William Maxwell; b. 1870; educ: at Queen’s College, Belfast, and Trinity College, Dublin; entered I.C.S., 1889; Assistant Commissioner, Bengal, 1891; Post-master General, Bombay, 1901-1903; Director-General of Post Offices, 1903-1908; Financial Secretary to Government of India, 1908; Secretary to Government of India (Commerce and Industry Department), since 1910. Address: Calcutta, India. Club: United Service.
Mayes, H. E., I.C.S., Deputy Commissioner, Nagpur; educ: at Dover College and Balliol College, Oxford; joined service, 1890; rose to the position of Commander, 1913. Address: Nagpur, C.P. India.
Mayhew, Arthur Innes, M.A, Director of Public Instruction, Central Provinces, India; b. 1878; joined service as Inspector of Schools, Central Circle, Madras, 1903; Deputy Director of Public Instruction, Madras, 1907; Inspector of European and Training Schools, 1909; services lent to the Nizam’s Government for two years: Inspector of Schools, 6th Circle, 1911-13; Principal, Teachers’ College, Saidapet; transferred to the Central Provinces as Director of P.I. Address: Nagpur, C.P. , India.Mayne, Lieut.-Colonel George Nisbet, C.B. (1902); Commanding 1st Battalion, K.O.S.B. (retired); s. of Major Robert G. Mayne; b. 1854; educ: Wellington College; joined the Army, 1874; became Lieut.-Colonel, 1902; served in