The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Walker, Sir Thomas Gordon

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Walker, Sir Thomas Gordon, K.C.I.E. (1908), C.S.I. (1903), LL.D. (Aberdeen), I.C.S., Lieut.-Governor, Punjab, retired; s. of late Rev. Henry Walker; b. 1849; educ: Old Gymnasium and University of Aberdeen; joined I.C.S., as Assistant Commissioner in the Punjab, 1872; Settlement Officer, 1877-81; Registrar, Chief Court, 1881-88; Commissioner of Excise, 1888-99; Judge, Chief Court, Punjab, 1898-02; Commissioner, Delhi Division, 1901-05; Financial Commissioner, Punjab, and Member, Imperial Legislative Council, 1905-06; Lieut.-Governor, Punjab, 1907-08; Member, Durbar Coronation Committee, 1902-03; retired, 1912; m. Adela, d. of Rev. Arthur Irwin, Rector of Napton, Warwickshire, 1879. Address: Pynecroft, Weybridge. Club: Junior Carlton.