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742 COMl'ANIONAGE. of Stoke-upon-Trent ; /'. 1840; ed. at Manches- ter Rov. Sch. of Medicine, and at Edinburgh Univ. ;' M.R.C.S. Eng. 1861, L.S.A. 1862 ; | M.D. St. Andrews and M.R.C.P. Lend. 1885 ; I entered Med. Depart, of Army 1864, became , Surg. 1873, Surg.-Maj. 1876, and Brig.-Surg. I (retired) 1885 ; was Med. Officer on Staff of late ] Viceroy of India (Marquess of Ripon) ; is Physician to the Seamen's Hospital, Green- wich : m: 1877, Jessie Ushei, da. of the late J. U. Dunlop, Esq., of Edinburgh ; cr. C.I.E. 1 88 1. 9, Harley Street, W. ; Naval and Mili- tary Club. ANDERSON, Maj. - Gen. John Richard, C.B. ; b. 182 ; entered R.A. 1840, became Capt. 1848, Major 1854 Lieut.-Col. 1858, Col. 1864, and Maj. -Gen. 1871 ; served in China War 1842 (medal), in Crimean Campaign 1854-5 medal with three clasps, 5th class Medjidie and Turkish medal), and in Indian Mutiny Campaign 1857-8 (four times mentioned in de- spatches and medal with clasp); is a D.L. for Midlothian : in. 18 , Mary, da. of Robert Ainslie, Esq., of Elvington, N.B.; cr. C.B. 1857. ANDERSON, Col. Wardlaw Cortlandt, C.B. ; b. 1839; entered Bengal Army 1856, be- came Capt. B.S.C. (now I.S.C.) 1868, Major 1876, Lieut.-Col. 1882, and Col. 1887 ; served throughout Indian Mutiny campaign 1857-9 (medal with two clasps), in China War 1860-1 (mentioned in despatches, and medal with two clasps), in N.W. Frontier of India Campaign 1863 (mentioned in despatches, and medal with clasp), and in Afghan War 1878-80, including march from Cabul to relief of Candahar (men- tioned in despatches, medal with clasp and bronze star) ; was A.A. and Q.M.G. to Afghan force 1878-9; cr. C.B. 1886. East India United Service Chit. ANDERSON, Gen. William Coussmaker, C.S.I., el. son of the late Robert Anderson, Esq. ; b. 1822 ; ed. at Abingdon Gram. Sch. ; entered Bombay Army 1839, became Capt. 1850. Major Bom. S.C. (now I.S.C.) 1861, Lieut.-Col. 1865, Col. 1870, Maj. -Gen. zSSi, Lieut.-Gen, 1887, and Gen. 1890 ; served in S. Mahratta Country 1844 (mentioned in despatches), and throughout Punjab Campaign 1848-9 (medal with two clasps) ; appointed to Revenue Sur- vey Depart. 1842, and Survey and Settlement Commr. Bomba}- and Mysore 1863 ; was a Member of Legislature of Bombay 1873-81 : . 1846, Caroline, da. of C. Staunton Cahill, Esq. ; cr. C.S.I. 1881. East India United Service Club. ANDOE, Capt. Hilary Gustavus, C.B., son of the late W. Andoe, Esq., of H.M. Civil Ser. ; b. 1841 ; entered R.N. 1855, became Lieut. 1861, Com. 1872, and Capt. 1878 ; served in Baltic during Russian War 1855 (medal), in suppressing slave trade on E. Coast of Africa 1863-67, as principal transport officer during Transvaal War 1881-2 (thanked by Lords of the Admiralty and by P.M. H.R.H. the Com.- in-Ch.), in command of H.M.'s. "Orontes^ in Egyptian War 1882 (medal and bronze star) , and as principal transport officer toE. Soudan Force (clasp, and frequently mentioned in despatches); has medal of Roy. Humane So., and Hon. Cer- tificate from R. N. College: tn. 1880, Beatrice Ruperta, da. of Thomas Bromley, Esq. [see Bromley, Bart.] ; cr. C.B. 1884. United Ser- vice Club. ANNESLEY, Capt. William Richard Nor- ton, D.S.O. [see E. Annesley, colls.]. ANTHOXISZ, Peter Daniel, C.M.G.,M.D., son of the late Leonardus Henricus Antho- nisz, Esq., of Ceylon; b. 1822; M.R.C.S. England 1856, F.R.C.S. Edinburgh 1857, M.D. St. Andrews 1862, and M.R.C.P. London 1863 ; entered Civil Med. Depart., Ceylon 1838 ; became Colonial Surgeon. S. Province 1858, and retired 1880 ; acted as Principal Civil Med. Officer of the Colony 1864, 1874, and 1878 ; appointed an unofficial M.L.C. of Ceylon 1887 ; cr. C.M.G. 1892. Galle, Ceylon. APPLEYARD, Maj.-Gen. Frederick Ernest, C.B., son of the late Frederick Newman Apple- yard, Esq., formerly Cursitor in High Court of Chancery ; b. 1829; ed. at Elizabeth Coll., Guernsey, and Lorient, France ; entered 8oth Regt. 1850, became Capt. 7th Roy. Fusiliers- 1854, Major 1856, Lieut.-Col. 8sth Regt. 1867, Col. 1872, and Hon. Maj.-Gen. (retired) 1884; served in Burmese War 1852 (medal with clasp), throughout Crimean Campaign 1854-5 (twice wounded, medal with three clasps, mentioned in despatches, Medjidie, Legion of Honour, and Turkish medal), and in command of a Brig, in Afghan Campaign 1878-9 (twice mentioned in despatches, thanked in Division Orders at close of war, and medal with clasp): ///. ist, 1855, Louise, who d. 1881, da. of Alexander Andrew, Esq., of Porchester Terrace, W. ; 2nd, 1885, Gertrude, da. of H. Tuppen, Esq., of 64, Bassett Road, Netting Hill, W. ; cr. C.B. 1875. Tarakai, Surbiton, Surrey ; Army and Navy Club. ARBUTHNOT, Maj.-Gen. William, C.B. [see Arbuthnot, Bart, colls.]. ARCHER, Thomas, C.M. G., sonof William Archer, Esq., of Laurvig, Norway ; b. 1823 ; is a J.P. for Queensland ; was Agent-Gen, in England for Queensland 1882-4: w. 1852, Grace Lindsay, da. of James M orison, Esq., of Muirton, Perth; cr. C.M.G. 1884. Gracemere, Queensland. ARDAGH. Col. John Charles. C.B.. C.I.E., son of the late Rev.W. J. Ardagh ; b. 1840 ; ed. atTrin. Coll., Dublin, and at Roy. Mil. Acad., Woolwich; entered R.E. 1859, became Capt. 1872, Major 1878, Lieut.-Col. 1882, and Col. 1885 ; has passed Staff Coll. ; thanked on parade for services on board the " Victoria," when that vessel was in danger of foundering 1862; was Sec. to Committee on Fortifications 1868 ; accompanied Gen. Sir W. F. D. Jervois on Mission to Nova Scotia and Bermuda 1869 ; was Sec. to Committee on Coast Defences 1 870 ; D.A.Q.M.G. Intelligence Depart. 1876; em- ployed on Missions in Holland, Austria, Italy, and Turkey, also under Foreign Office at Conference of Constantinople 1876 ; attached to Special Embassy for Congress of Berlin 1878, to Commn. for Delimitation of Frontiers of Bulgaria, &c. 1878-9, and to Conferences of Berlin 1880 and of Constantinople 1881 ; was H.M.'s Ch. Commr. for Delimitation of new Turco-Greek frontier 1881 ; frequently mentioned in despatches and repeatedly received official thanks ; appointed Instructor in Military History, Tactics, &c., at Sch. of Military Engi- neering, 1882 ; servedin Egyptian campaign 1882 (medal with clasp and 4th class Osmameh), as Comdg. R. E . and Head of Intelligence Branch in Soudan Campaign 1884 (two clasps), as A.A.G. and Comdt. at Base in Nile Expedition 1884-5, and as Col. on Staff of Army of Occupation in Egypt (Medjidie 3rd class) 1887; was A.A.G. at Headquarters (Intelligence Depart.) 1887-8 ^ isan extra A.D.C. to Com.-in-Ch., and Private Sec. to Viceroy of India (Marquess of Lans- downe); cr. C.B. (Civil) 1878, C.B. (Mil.) 1884, C.I.E. 1892. Government House, Calcutta ; Atlienceum, United Set-vice, and "Junior United Service Clubs. ARMSTRONG, James, C.M.G., son of Charles L. Armstrong. Esq., of Sorel S. Quebec; b. 1820; Bar. of S. Quebec 1844. and a Q.C. 1867 ; was Ch. Justice of St. Lucia