The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Bayly, Major-Gen. Alfred William Lambart
Bayly, Major-Gen. Alfred William Lambart, C.B. 1900, C.S.I., 1909. D.S.O., 1887, Cal. 126th Baluchistan Infantry, Secretary to the Government of India, Army Department, since 1906; b, Paisley, 1856, son of late Major George Bayly, m. 1st; Ada Margaret, d. of late Maj-Gen. S. Thacker, Bombay Staff Corps, 1877 (d. 1880), 2nd Eva, d. of late John Naylor, Leighton Hall Montgomeryshire, 1889, one s. Educ: Wellington College. Joined 108th Regt. 1874: Bombay Staff Corps. 1879, passed through Staff College, 1893, officiating D.A.Q.M.G. Bombay, 1885-80, D.A.A. and Q.M.G. Burma Expedition, 1886-87, D.A.A.G. Mhow district 1887-92, commanded 26th Bombay (Baluchistan Regt.), Infantry, 1896; Afghan War, 1880-81, defence and battle of Kandahar, 1st Sept. 1880 (medal and clasp), Soudan, 1885, Suakin (medal and clasp, bronze star), Burma, 1886-87 (despatches), and in S. Africa, 1899-1901 (wounded, despatches twice, C.B.). United Service Club.