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Strange, A. B.

“Blenheim”, Haddow’s Road, Nungumbaukam, Madras.

Strangman, T. J., B.A., LL.B. Bar-at-Law, Advocate-General, Bombay, since 1908; son of Joseph Strangman; educ: Charterhouse; Trinity Hall, Cambridge; called to bar (Mid. Temp.) 1896; Additional Member, Legislative Council, Bombay. Address: High Court, Bombay.

Strangways, M. Walter Fox, C. S.I. (1909), Financial Commissioner, Berar; b. 1862; s. of Rev. Henry Fox; educ: at Norwich Grammar School, and Balliol College, Oxford; joined I.C.S., 1882; Deputy Commissioner, Central Provinces, 1890-97; Chief Secretary, 1897-01; Commissioner, 1201-09; Financial Commissioner, Central Provinces, Berar; m. Louisa Blanche, d. of Major-General R. Philips, 1886. Address: Nagpur, Central Provinces, India, Clubs: East India United Service.

Strickland, Lieut.-Col. William Alexander Wickedi, M.I.C.E., M.V.O. (1906); Commissioner, Mandalay; s. of W. G. M. Strickland; b. 1859; educ: Dubrich College; joined the Army, 1880; transferred to Indian Army, 1891; served in Burma Expedition, 1885-88; Assistant Commissioner, 1886; Deputy Commissioner, 1896; Lieut.-Colonel, 1906; Commissioner of Mandalay. 1910; m. Florence, d. of S. B. Newton, 1888. Address: Mandalay, Burma.

Stuart, Andrew Edmund Castle-Stuart Stuart, (See Castle-Stuart Stuart).

Stuart, George Archibald Douglas Stuart; I.C.S.; Director of Land Records, Madras, since 1913; s. of late G. H. Stuart, M.A., Director of Public Instruction, Madras; educ: at Emmanuel College, Cambridge; joined Service, 1902; served in the usual administrative posts in the Presidency; Settlement Officer, Madras; Director of Land Records, 1913; J.P.; sometime Examiner to Madras University in Natural Science; Member, Board of Examiners, Madras. Address: Chepauk, Madras.

Stuart, Sir Harold Arthur, K.C.S.I., (1912); K.C.V.O., (1906); C.S.I., (1903); I.C.S.; Member of Council, Madras, since 4th July, 1913; s. of late Peter Stuart, C.E.; b. 1860; educ: Bishop’s Stortford, and King’s College, Cambridge; joined service in Madras, 1881; Under Secretary to Government, 1885-90: Superintendent, Census Operations, Madras, 1891; Private Secretary to Governor of Madras, 1896; Collector, 1897; Inspector-General of Police, Madras, 1898; Dy. Secy., Govt, of India; Secretary, Indian Police Commission, 1902; Director, Criminal Intelligence Department, 1904; Secretary to Government of India (Home Department), 1908; Member, Imperial Legislative Council, 1908; Secretary, Police Commission, 1902-03; accompanied the German Crown Prince in his Indian tour as Chief of Staff, 1910-11; reverted as Chief Secretary to Govt. of Madras, 1911; became Temporary Member of Council, Madras, 1912. Publications; Madras Census Report, 1891: Edited the North Arcot District Manual originally prepared