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INDIAN BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY, 1915.

Ward.

d. of Edward Palmer of Calcutta, 1866. Address: 8, Kent Gardens, Ealing, W. Clubs: Oriental, and Royal Victoria, Yacht.

Ward, Thomas Robert John, C.I.E. (1906); M.I.C.E., Engineer for Irrigation, Delhi; s. of late Walter Ward of Kimberley; b. 1863; educ: Cooper’s Hill; entered Public Works Department, India, 1883; Executive Engineer (Irrigation Branch), Punjab, 1898; on deputation in connection with Seistan Boundary, 1902-06; Superintending Engineer, 1908; Member, Colonies Committee, Punjab, 1907-08; Engineer for Irrigation and Drainage, Delhi Coronation Durbar, 1911; appointed as Engineer in Delhi. Address; Delhi, India.

Warner, Sir William Lee (see Lee-Warner.)

Warren, Philip David. C.M.G. (1908), A.I.C.E., F.R.G.S., A.M.I.C.E., Surveyor-General (retired); b. 1851; educ: Norwich Grammar School; Assistant Surveyor, Ceylon, 1878; District Surveyor, 1879; Assistant Surveyor-General, 1897; Surveyor-General, 1904; retired, 1910; Fellow, Meteorological Society; m. Julia Annie Mary, d. of late John Graham, 1881. Address: c/o H. C. King & Co., 65, Cornhill, E.C.

Watkis, Major-General Henry Burton. C.B. (1908), Commander; s. of late William Henry Watkis; b. 1850; entered Army, 1878; Indian Army, 1889; became Major-General, 1909; North-West Frontier of India, 1897-98; D.A.A.G., Tochi Field and with Bazaar Valley Force, 1906; D.A.A.G. Head-Quarters, India, 1895-1900; A.A.G., 1903-04; Deputy Secretary (Military Department), Government of India, 1904-06; D.A.G.W. Command, India and Head-Quarters S. Army, 1906-07; appointed to Command Abatabad Brigade, 1908; Lucknow Brigade, 1910; Colonel, 31st Punjabee; m. Marion Barbara, 2nd d. of late R. B. Moorhead. 1899. Address: Lahore, India. Club: United Service.

Watson, Charles Cunningham, C.I.E. (1913); I.C.S., Secretary, (Political Department), Government of Bombay; b. 1874; s. of late David Watson of Alderly Edge, Cheshire; educ: Edinburgh University and Christ Church, Oxford; joined service, 1897; Political Agent, Kathiawar, 1901-03; 1st Assistant to the Agent to Governor-General, in Rajputana, 1904-08; Private Secretary to Governor, 1909-12. Address: Government House, Bombay. Club: East India United Service.

Watson, General Sir John, V.C. (1857), K.C.B. (1886), G.C.B. (1902), Indian Army (retired); b. 1829; s. of William George Watson of Essex; entered the Bombay Army, 1848; served in the Punjab Campaign, 1848-49; Bozdar Expedition, 1857; in the Indian Mutiny, 1857-59; Umballa Campaign, 1863; Commanded the Central India Horse, 1871; Resident at Gwalior, 1877; Officiating A.G., Central India, 1871; Commanded the Cavalry despatched from Bombay to Malta, 1878; Commanded the Punjab Chief’s Contingent in the Afghan War, 1879-80; A.D.C. to Her Majesty Empress Victoria, 1870-71; Agent to Gover-

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