INDIAN BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY, 1915.
1911. Address: Risalpur, North West Frontier Province, India. Club: Junior Army and Navy.
Turner, Sir Montagu Cornish, Kt. (1903), Chairman, Chartered Bank of India, Australia, and China; Partner in the firm of Mackinnon, Mackenzie & Co., Calcutta and Bombay; s. of late Rev. John Fisher Turner; b. 1853; educ: Winchester College; came out to India as Assistant in the firm of Mackinnon, Mackenzie &Co., Calcutta, 1877; President, Bengal Chamber of Commerce, 1898, and 1901-02; Additional Member, Imperial Legislative Council, 1901-02; Director, London and Westminster Bank and British India Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.; Member, Court of of London Authority; m. Bertha, d. of late John Howell, of Rutland House, Kingston-on-Thames. Address: Bedfords, Haveringatte-Bower, Essex. Club: Oriental.
Tweedy, Hon’ble George Alfred, I.C.S.; Member, Board of Revenue, U.P. since 1911; Member of the Legislative Council; s. of late Hugh Tweedy; educ: King’s College. London; entered I.C.S., 1879; Magistrate and Collector, 1891-96; District and Sessions Judge, 1896-99; a Commissioner of a Division, 1903; m. 1884, Margaret, d. of Dr. Pottinger, Inspector-General of Hospitals and Fleets, R.N. Address: Allahabad, U.P. Club: East India United Service.
Twigg, Sir John, K.C.I.E. (1913), I.C.S., (retired); s. of John Hanbury Twigg, Repton; b. 1856; educ: Balliol College, Oxford; joined M.C.S. as Assistant Collector and Magistrate, 1879; acted in the various lower grades in various parts of the Presidency; Collector and Magistrate, 1899; Collector of Sea Customs, Madras, and Chairman, Madras Harbour Trust Board, 1901-05; 4th Member, Board of Revenue, Madras, and Commissioner of Salt, Abkari and Separate Revenue, 1906; 2nd Member, Board of Revenue, 1908; Additional Member, Legislative Council, Madras, 1903-04; retired. 1912; m. Isabel Marie, d. of Henry Pasteur of Wynches. Address: The Red House, Mettingham, Bungay. Club: East India United Service.
Twomey, Hon’ble Daniel Harold Ryan, I.C.S., Bar-at-Law, Judge, Chief Court, Lower Burma, since 1909; educ: St. Stanislaus College, Tullamore, and University College, London; called to the Bar (Middle Temple), 1895; joined I.C.S., 1882; Assistant Commissioner, British Burma; Secretary to Chief Commissioner, 1899; Deputv Commissioner, 1891; Chief Secretary, 1901-03; Member, Legislative Council, 1901; Commissioner, 1905; Judge, Chief Court, Lower Burma, 1909. Address: Rangoon, Burma. Club: East India United Service.Tyabji, Hon’ble Mr. Justice Faiz Hassan Badrudin, M.A., LL.B., Bar-at-law, Officiating Puisne Judge, High Court,Madras, since 1912; s. of late Mr. Badrudin Tyabji, Judge of the Bombay High Court; Advocate, Bombay; Judge, High Court, Madras,. 1912; President, Anjuman-i-Islam, Madras; Vice-President, the Depressed Classes Mission Society, Madras; Fellow, Madras.