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INDIAN BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY, 1915.
Vet river, Zand river, Pretoria, Johannesburg, and Belfast; re- ceived Queen's medal with six clasps.*
Flihey.Lt. -Colonel Alexander Fleet- wood, C.S.I. (1911), CLE. (1901) Indian Army ; b. 1861 ; m. Vio- let Beatrice, d. of late General Sir Henry Garden, 1891 , joined service as Lieutenant, King's Liverpool Regiment, 1883 ; serv- ed in Banswara as Assistant Political Agent and as Superin- tendent, Moghia Operations, 1886 ; Political Agent, Baehl- khand, 1895 ; Resident in Mew^ar, 1910; Resident in Gwalior, 1907; Officiating A.G. in Rajputana, 1908-09 ; Private Secretary to Viceroy of India since 1910 ; Resident, Hyderabad (D), 1912 ; Honorary Colonel, Hyderabad Volunteer Rifles, 1912. -4n'- di-e-is : Hyderabad (D), India. Club : Junior United Service.
Pinhey, Arther Francis; acting Judge, High Court, Madras ; educ : Trinity College, Oxford ; entered service as Assistant Collector and Magistrate, Salem; 1885 ; attached to Revenue Survey No. IV Party, 1885 ; attached to Revenue Settlement No. II Party, 1885 ; passed Sur- vey the same year ; posted as Assistant Collector and Magis- trate, passed Lower Standard, 1886; acting Special Assistant Collector and Magistrate and Agent to Governor in Ganjam, 1887-88 ; passed Higher Stand- ard, 1888 ; services placed at the disposal of the Government of India (Home department), 1888". Officiating Assistant Com- missioner, 1888; confirmed, 1889; reverted to Madras, 1890 ; acted in various districts and was post- ■ ed as District and Sessions
��Judge, Tinnevelly, where he tried the famous riot case and convicted Mr. ChithambaramPil- lai, 1908 ; raised to the Bench of the Madras High Court, but the appointment was voted ; retired, 1909. Address : c /o of India Office, London.
Pirpur (see Abu Jafar Saiyed.)
PUambar Das, I.C.3., Rai Bahadur, Revenue Member, Indore ; 6. 186i; s. of Rai Mathura Das ; educ -. St. John's College, Agra ; joined British service as Tahsildar in N.W.F. Provinces; Manager of the Wards Estate, Ajmere, 1885- 1888 ; Sheristadar, Board of Revenue, U.P., till 1893 ; services lent to Indore State, 1905 ; Member of the Council of Regency, since 1898 ; Chief Famine Officer of the State, 1907- 08. liecrpations : Tennis, Cricket and. Shooting. Address-. Indore, Central India.
Plthapuram, Raja of; Raja Ram Ye nkata Kumara Mahipatl Supya Rao Bahadur Gara ; '$■ of Raja Ram Venkata Mahipati Ganga- thara Rama Rao Bahadur Garu ; b. 1885 ; educ : Newington College, Madras; bears the hereditary title of Raja Sahib Maharbanji Do.-,tan Sardar Sirkar. Address-. ' Spring Gardens ', Teynampet, Madras ; Pithapuram, Godavari District, Madras Presidency, India.
Pitman. Charles Edward, CLE.
(1880), F.R.G.S., Indian Tele- graph Department (retired); o. s. of late Captain Pitman; b. in Plymouth, 1845; educ : Royal Naval School ; joined the Indian Telegraph Department, 1868 *. worked in the Lushi Expedition