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University. Address: Poonamalli Road, Chetput, Madras.

Tyabji, Mohsin Badrudin, I.C.S., District and Sessions Judge, Bombay; e.s. of late Mr. Badrudin Tyabji; educ: St. Mary’s Institute; St. Xavier’s College, Bombay; Balliol College, Oxford; joined I.C.S., 1887; services lent to the State of Baroda as Judge of the Chief Court. Address: Baroda, India.

Tyagaraja Alver, Sundrappler, (Attorney-at-Law), Deputy Registrar, Appellate Side, Madras High Court (Retd); b. 1857; served his articles under Mr. Alfred Champion; practiced as an Attorney for some years; selected by the Committee of Creditors to represent them in the Arbuthnot insolvency proceedings; acting Assistant Registrar, 1905; Clerk of the Crown, 1906; confirmed, 1907; Deputy Registrar, 1910; Deputy Registrar, Appellate Side, 1912; retired, 1915. Address;: 81, High Road, Purasawalkam, Madras.

Tyler, Major-General Trevor Bruce, C.S.I. (1903); Indian Array (retired); s. of Rev. R. T. Tyler of Llantrithyd, Glamorgan; b. 1841; educ: Royal Military Academy, Woolwich; joined service in the Army, 1859; served in the Fenian Raid, Canada, (medal and clasp), 1866; Commanded B. Battery, R.H.A., 1881-86; Commandant, Okehampton Camp, 1891-93; transferred to Indian Army and posted as Colonel on the Staff, Poona, 1893-95; Brigr.-General, R.A., Punjab, 1895-97; Major-General, 1900; became Inspector-General of Artillery, India, 1897-1903; retired, 1903; proceeded to England and settled in Glamorgan; Chairman, Territorial Association, Glamorgan. Address: Llantrithyd, Glamorgan. Club: Naval and Military.

Tytler, Adam Gillies C.I.E. (1895), I.C.S. (Retd.) s. of late Colonel R. C. Tytler; b. 1845; joined service in the Opium department, 1862; retired, 1901. Address: 62, Bedford Gardens, Campden Hill, W.


Uchgaonkar, Govind Gopal, Rao Sahib (1889), Belgaum; b. 1865; educ: London Mission High School, Belgaum; Chairman of Belgaum Municipality; Member, Sanitary Committee, and the School Committee, Belgaum; Superintendent of Plague Operations, Belgaum, 1897. Address: Belgaum, Bombay Presidency.

Udaipur (Mewar), Maharana of; H.H. Maharajadhlraja Maharana Sir Fateh Singh Bahadur, G.C.S.I. (1887); G.C.S.I. (1911); b. 1848; succeeded, 1884; Chief of the Sesodia Clan of Rajputs; entitled to a salute of 19 guns. Address: Udaipur, Rajputana.

Udaipur, Raja of; (see Chandrasckhara Prasad Singli Deo).

Udaiyarpalayam, Zamindar of; Sri Kachchi Yuva Rangappa Kallakka Chola Udaiyar; belongs to an ancient and historic family which rendered assistance to the British during the days of Clive and Lawrence; s. of Muttu Vizaya Rangappa; b. 1869; assumed charge of the estate after protracted litigation, 1887;