Married at Fryerning Church, Ingatestone, Essex, 7 Jan. 1922, LIEUT.
C M D R . F R A N C I C H A R L E H A R R I S O N , D . S . O . ( 1 9 1 7 ) R . N . ( r , e t 1 9 . 2 9 ) , o f I n n s t e a d , N e w d i g a t e , S u r r e y , a n d t h e N a v a l a n d M i l i t a r y C l u b , L o n d o n ; b . I 8 9 3 ; e d u c . i n t h e t r a i n i n g s h i p " C o n w a y " a n d a t t h e Royal Naval College, Dartmouth ; served in the European War I 914-18
de Guerre), issue :-
~ b .SUSA HARRISO b. at Southsea 20 Oct. 1922. 2b. JANETHARRISO b,. at Spilfeathers I 5 Feb. 1929.
3a. LEWISMALCOLWAY,b. 19 NOV. 191I ; educ. at Sherborne School, and at St. Catherine's College, Cambridge (matric. 1930, 2nd class English Tripos, June 1933).
3. RUPERTEDWAR WAYof The Croft, Abbot's Wood, Guildford, late of Russia, mining engineer, b. at Jubbulpore, India, 30 June I 868, d.s.p. at Grey-
lands, Guildford 27 April 1933 ; bur. at Woking. TANENBA of Vladikafkas, Russia.
Married in 1904, ROSALIA
4. MABELKATHERINWAY(LADYBINGLEYo.B.E.), b. at Saugor, India 19 Dec. I 869, member of the Indian Joint War Committee of the British Red Cross Society and the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, served in the War Hospital at Guildford as a member of V.A.D.6, Surrey, 1914-16, and was awarded the British Red Cross Medal for Home Service.
Married at Umballa, India,
12 Aug. 1893, LIEUT.GENERASIR ALFRED
( I ~ I J ) ,Knight of Grace of
186j, educ. at St. Edward's School, M a r C o l e g e , Sandhurst Lieut. Leinster Regt. ;
Oxford, and the Royal Military I 88j ; Indian Staff Corps 1887 ; 1906, Bt. Col. 1910, Col. 1911,
Major-General Bombay 1897-8
19I 5, Lieut.-General 1920 ; employed on plague duty, (thanks of Govt., Kaisar-I-Hind medal 1st class) ; D.A.A.G.
Commandant Hqrs. Staff,
7th D.C.O. Rajputs 1909-1I India 1911-14 ; Dep. Adj.
; General Staff Officer, 1st Gen. Hqrs. Staff, India,
Grade 1914 ;
Brigade Commander 1911 ; Chief Staff Officer, Suez Canal Defence Force 1914-16; Sec. Army Dept. Govt. India 1916-21 ; retired 1921. Colonel of the 3rd Bn. (D.C.O.) 7th Rajput Regiment, April 1934. Served in Burma 1891-2 (medal with clasp), China 1900 (desp., brevet Major, medal with clasp), E ypt and Mesopotamia in Great War of 1914-16 (desp., prom. M a j o r - ~ e n e rfor distinguished service in the field, Japanese Order of the Rising Sun) ; Gold Medal of the United Services Institution, India, I 896; Governor of Cranleigh School, the Royal School for Officers' Daughters and of St. Catherine's School, Bramley ; County Controller for Surrey Voluntary Aid Detachments 1923-28 ; member of the Council of the Surrey Archzological Society; author of a series of handbooks on the races recruited in the Indian Army ; member of the United Service Club ; eldest son of Peregrine Taylor Bingley (who d. 1886) and his wife Alice, only dau. of