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Capt. John Wentworth Austen,

D.L.,

of Shalford

have

issue :-

Austen, Kt., J.P.,

Chamber.

They

and granddau. House, Surrey,

of Sir Henry

Edmund

a gentleman of

the Privy

Ia.

BARBARBINGLEY,b. at Simla 9 March 1902.

Married at Peshawar,

India,

9 Nov.

1921,

LIEUT.COLONEEDWARHUMFREVEREHODGE,

M.D.

(Cantab. 1928), B.A.,

M.B.,

B.CH.

(Cantab. I ~ I O ) M.R.C.S.

Eng.

1908, L. 1908, M. 1927, R.C.P. London ; I.M.S. ; educ. at Oakham School, Clare College, Cambridge, and at St. George's Hospital ; now Civil Surgeon, Bengal ; late Opth. Asst. Ho. Surg. and Ho. Phys.St. George's Hosp., and Clin. Asst. Gt. Ormond St. Hosp. Children ; served in the G r e a t W a r , F r a n c e a n d E a s t A f r i c a 1 9 1 4 - 1 7 ; p a r t a u t h o r o f B i r c h ' s " M a n a g e m e n t a n d M e d . T r e a t m . o f C h i l d r e n i n I n d i a They have issue :- 7th ed. "

~ b .PHYLLID BINGLEYVEREHODGE,b. at The Causey, Cranleigh, 17 March 1928.

WINIFREDWAY(LADYWILLCOCKSb., at Saugor 4 April 1871, did war work in England and was for six months with the Church Army Huts in France,

1914-18 ; awarded British War Medal.

Married

July

1889,

GENERASIR

JAME

WILLCOCK G.C.B.

at Saugor, India, 29 (1921), G.C.M.G. (191j),

K.C.S.I. Legion

( I ~ I J )D.S.O. (1887), LL.D. (Amherst, U.S.A.), Grand Officer of the of Honour (France), Colonel of the Loyal Regiment ; b. I April I 8j 7

(4th son of Capt. W. Willcocks, H.E.I.C.S., cocks, the distinguished engineer) ; educ.

and brother of Sir Wm. Will- at Easton, Somerset ; entered

Army 1878 ; Col. 1902 ; served in the

Capt. Leinster Regt. 1884 ; Major 1893 ; Lieut. Colonel 1899 ; Major-General I 906 ; Lieut. General I 908 ; General 19I 6 ; Afghan Campaign I 879-80 (medal), Waziri Exped. I 88I (desp.),

Soudan Campaign 1885 (medal with clasp and bronze star), Burma Exped. 1886-9 (medal with 2 clasps, desp., D.s.o.), Chin Lushai Exped. 1889-90 (clasp), Munipoor Exped. 1891 (desp. clasp), as A.A.G. with Tochi Field Force 1897 (desp., medal, clasp, brevet of Lt. Col.) ; as 2nd in Command, -West African Frontier Force 1899-1900, local Col. Sep. 1898 ; in command of Ashanti Field Force, relief of Kumasi 1900 (Brevet of Col., recd. Freedom of the City of London and a sword of honour, mentioned in the King's Speech at the opening of his first Parliament) ;served in Field Force in South Africa 1902 (medal and clasp) ; commanding Nowshera Brigade, India 1902-07, Peshawur Division 1907-08, Zakha Khel Exped. K.c.M.G.,

1908, Northern Army 1908-14;commanded Indian Army Corps in European W a r 1 9 1 4 - 1 1 ( d e s p . t w i c e ) ; G o v e r n o r a n d C o m m a n d e r - i n - C h i e f , B e r m u d a 1 9 1 7 - 2 2 ; a u t h o r o f " F r o m C a b u l t o K u m a s s i " 1 9 0 4 , " W i t h t h e I n d i a n s in France " 1920, and " Romance of Soldiering and Sport " 1923 ; member of the Naval and Military Club ; d. at Bharatpore I 8 Dec. 1926 ; will pr.

in London 16 May 1927. They had :- ra. MAJOR JAMESLUGAR WILLCOCKSD.S.O.

(1918), M.c.,

late Royal

Highlanders (Black Watch) ; b. 1893 ; educ, at Cheltenham College ;

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