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INDIAN BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY, 1915.

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Broun, John Alexander, C.S.I. 1909; Commissioner, Fyzabad Division; b. 1856; s, of late John Allan Broun, F.R.S.; m. 1889, Mary d. of Maj.-General de Symons Barrow; Educ.: University College, London; Balliol College, Oxford; Entered I.C.S. 1877; Joint Magistrate, 1888; Deputy Commissioner, 1894; Magistrate and Collector, 1896. Address: Fyzabad, India. Club: East India United Service.

Brown, Charles, C.I.E. (1903); b. 1849; s. of late Rev. J. R. Brown, Vicar of Knighton, Radnorshire; m. 1875, Wilhelmina Mary, d. of late Lieut.-Col. J. P. Mayers of Pendell Court, Bletchingley, Surrey; one d. Educ.: Marlborough College; entered Punjab Police, 1868; District Superintendent, 1876; served in Afghanistan, 1869 (medal and clasp); Deputy Inspector-General. 1894.; Inspector-General, 1901; in charge of Police arrangements, Coronation Durbar, Delhi, 1903; retired, 1904. Adderss: Southend Lodge, Cheltenham. Club: New Cheltenham.

Brown, Thomas Edwin Burton, M.D., C.I.E.; Brigade-Surgeon (retired); b. 1833: s. of Thomas Brown; m. 1862, Mary Caroline, d. of Charles Hewlett (deceased); three s. one d. Educ.: King’s College School: Guy’s Hospital, London; Exhibitioner and Gold Medalist in Anatomy and Materia Medica; Gold Medalist in Botany, Surgery, and Physiology; Demonstrator of Anatomy, Guy’s Hospital, 1857; House-Surgeon, Medical College Hospital, Calcutta, 1860; Chemical Examiner, Punjab Govt. 1861; Lecturer on Chemistry, Botany, Materia Medica, and Toxicology, Lahore Medical School, 1870; Principal, Lahore Medical College, and Lecturer on Medicine and Physiology; Medical Tutor, Ayerst Hostel, Cambridge, 1890: Examiner, Apothecaries Society, 1891; Master, Apothecaries Society, 1901-2; President, Therapeutical Society, 1906; Vice-President, Royal Society of Medicine. Publications: On Punjab Poisons, and papers in the Indian Medical Gazette. Recreation: gardening. Address: Ryslaw, 185, Willesden Lane, Brondesbury, N.W.

Browne, Surgeon-General William Richard, M.D.; C.I.E. 1846; retired; b. 1852; served in Rumpa rebellion, 1876-80.

Browne, Colonel Samuel Haslet, M.D., M.R.C.P., C.I.E. 1896. I.M.S.; retired I.G. of Civil Hospitals, Bengal; late Hon, Surgeon to Viceroy of India; b. Buncrana, Co Donegal, Ireland, 1850; y.s. of Rev. William Browne; Educ.: Queen’s College. Belfast; and in medical colleges in London, Paris, and Vienna; Fellow Royal Institute of Public Health; entered Royal Naval Medical Service 1870; resigned, 1874; entered Indian Medical Service; Afghan War, 1878-79 Civil Surgeon, Simla, 1886; Principal, Medical College, Lahore, 1899, 1903. Recreations: golf, tennis, shooting. Club: East India United Service.

Brittain, Rev Canon Arthur Henry Barrett. M. A.; b. 1854: 7th s. of late Rev. Charles Brittain; m. Geraldine Feodora, d. of late Henry Barry Hyde, one s., one d.; Educ: King Edward’s School, Birmingham; St. Edmund Hall, Oxford; M.A., 1879; Ordained Curate of Wolstanton, 1880; Founder and first head of St. Augustine Mission, Fulham; Junior

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