of Arrah, and of kin to Sir John Russell Colvin, Lieut. Governor of N.W.P. in the Indian Mutiny, Sir Auckland Colvin, K.C.S.I., Sir Sidney Colvin and
Sir Elliot Graham Colvin, K.C.S.I.
His mother was
They have two sons and one daughter :-
I a. KATHARINCAMILLCOLVIN,b. at Simla, India, I 3 Jan. I 90j . Married in London 27 July 1929, as his 3rd wife, LIEUT.COLONENOELMONSON DE LA POERBERESFORD-PEIR DE.s.o., R.A., of the Army and Navy Club, b. 2 2 Dec. 1887, educ. at Wellington College, the R.M.A. Wool- wich, and Staff College, Camberley ; served in the Great War (D.s.o. 1918), and afterwards became G.S.0.2 War Office in Directorate of Military Training ; son of the late Colonel William John de la Poer Beresford-Peirse, and nephew of Sir Henry Beresford-Peirse, 3rd Bt.
2a. LIEUT. JAMESBAZETT(HAMISH)COLVIN,b. at Heytesbury, Wilts, 27 Oct. 1910, educ. at Charterhouse (Cadet pair and Ashburton VIII, Bisley 1928) and the Royal Military College, Sandhurst (service rifle VIII, 2nd highest average in 1930). Gazetted to the West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own) 28 Aug. 1930 ; promoted Lieut. 28 A u ~ .1933.
3a. ZND LIEUT. JOHNALEXANDE(SANDYCOLVIN,b. at Quetta, Balu- chistan, 9 July 1913 ; educ. at Charterhouse (Captain of Fencing, Cadet pair, and Ashburton VIII, Bisley 1929), and at the Royal Military College, Sandhurst (Captain of Fencing). Gazetted to the Unattached List, Indian Army, and attached to the Royal Sussex Regiment, 1933.
EHRE WAYof Bhusawal, Bombay Pres., India, b. at Murree, Punjab, India, I Sep. 1877, educ. at City and Guilds Engineering College and Taafe Valley Railway Workshop ; employed in construction of the bridge over the Banas River on the Nagda Muttra line (now part of the Bombay and Baroda
Railway) and India. Died administration
subsequently on the North Western and G.I.P. Railway, at Broadstairs 29 Aug. 1913 ; bur. at Heene, Worthing ; of his estate granted in London 12 March 1914.
Married at Belgaum, India, j Sep. 1906, CLARIC IMOGENwh,o was born at York, and during the Great War worked for the Y.M.C.A., dau. of Surgeon-Major-General Alfred Malpas TIPPETTS M.R.C. s., A.M. s., of 14, St. Andrew's Road, Southsea, by his wife, Mary Elizabeth Isabella de Courcy, dau. of Colonel Charles Deacon, c.B., 46th Regt.
General Tippetts was born 5 April 1832, joined the Army Medical Service in 1854, and was appointed to the 7th (Royal) Fusiliers. He took part in the
battles of Alma and Inkerman,
clasps and Turkish medal), Northumberland Fusiliers.
the siege of Sebastopol (medal with three ten years later, 1866, joined the 1st Bn. served as a Surgeon-Major in the Afghan
War of I 878-80, was in Campaign of I 882, and
charge of the hospital at Gozo during died at Southsea on 16 Aug 1904.