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served in the European War 1914-18 (despatches, D. s.o., M.c.) ; retired in 1922 and entered Colonial Civil Service ; now Assistant Com- missioner, Kenya ; member of the Naval and Military Club.

Married in PRICE,I.M.s.,

1916, MURIELKATHLEE d,au. of the late Colonel Gordon of Ootacamund, India, and has :-

~ b .WENDYWINIFREDWILLCOCK b. at Bermuda I 5 Nov. 1919.

6. CHARLEGREGORWAY,b. 9 Sep I 872, bapt. at Saugor, India, d. 2 Oct. I 873 at Moulsham, Chelmsford.

7. SYBILL WAY(LADYBARROW b,. at Chelmsford 22 May 1874. Served in the War Hospital at Guildford as a member of V.A.D.G (Surrey) and after- wards at the Haslemere Convalescent War Hospital, and was awarded the British Red Cross Medal for Home Service.

Married 4 June 1902 GENERA SIR GEORG DE SYMONBARROWG.c.B., K.c.M.G., Indian Army (retd.), of 37, Holland Villas Road, Kensington, iV.14, and the Cavalry Club ; b. at Naini Tal, India, 25 Oct. 1864 ; educ. at Stubbington House ; passed out of R.M.C. Sandhurst, " with honours "

1883 ; gazetted to 88th Connaught Rangers 23 Aug. 1884 ; appointed to 4th Bengal Cavalry (now 2nd Lancers) I 886 ; Personal Assistant to Mily. Member of Council I 891-3 ; Waziristan Expedition 1894-j, orderly officer to Lieut. General Sir W. Lockhart ; passed out of Staff College, Camberley

1899 ; A . D . C China Expedition . a n

d A 1900 ; . M . S

. t o Police

C o m m a n d e r - i Commissioner, n - C h i e f i n I n d i a 1 8 9 - 1 9 0 0 ; P e k i n ( t h a n k s o ? C h i n e s e

Govt., and mention in despatches) ; D.A.Q.M.G. Army Headquarters 1901-03 ; D.A.Q. M.G. Eastern Command 1904-06 ; G.S.O. I Lucknow District 1906-07 ; Instructor, Staff College, Camberley 1908-1I, and Staff

College, Quetta Special Service,

1911-12 ; Manchuria,

Commandant 1913 ; served

3j

th

in

the

Scinde Horse

Great

War

as

1912-14 ;

Chief

Staff

Officer, manded

Cavalry Division, Cavalry Corps, X I S t Indian Cavalry Division, 7th

Corps, and First Army ; com- Division, Yeomanry Division,

4th Cavalry Division, XXIV Corps, Desert Mounted Corps, and Force (comprising all troops British and Foreign in Palestine and

North Syria) ;

promoted

Colonel,

C.B.

191j,

K.C.M.G.

Major-General

for

distinguished

service in

the

field,

1918, K.C.B.

1919, nine mentions in despatches ; Com-

mander of the Legion of Honour (France) ; Order of the Nile, 2nd Class ;

I

operations against the Milli Kurds 1918 ; Afghan War 1919 ; G.O.C. Peshawur District 1919-23 ; Adjutant-General in India 1923 ; G.O.C. in C. Eastern Command, India, 1924-28 ; Lieut. General 1920 ; General 192j ; A.D.C. General to H.M. The King 1924-28 ; Colonel 14/20 Hussars

and 14 P.W.O. Scinde Horse; G.C.B. " Life of General Sir Charles Monro."

1928 ; retired 1929; author of Sir George is a son of the late

Major-General de Symons Barrow, and has one son and one daughter :-

Ia.

SYBILLAMARYDE SYMONBARROWb,orn at Carnberley,

Dec.

1908,

Married

at

Holy

Trinity,

Brompton,

IS

Surrey, 29 May 1932,

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