KNIGHTAGE. 664 brought home the officers and crews of Belcher's and McClure's expeditions, which had left their vessels inthe ice; commanded H.M.S. Firebrand " and " Sidon " during j Crimean War (medal with clasp, Turkish medal, and 4th class Medjidie) ; was | Naval Attache at Washington 1872, ! Adm.-Sup. at Malta Dockyard 1872-6, and in command of N. American and , W.I. Station 1878-80; is aYounger Brother of the Trinity House : m. 1857, Eliza j Fanny, who*/. 1890, da. of the late Edward j Johnston, Esq., of Allerton Hall, Liver- pool; cr. C.B. 1869, K.B. 1877, K.C.B. 1887. 99, Queen's Gate, S. W. ; United Service Club. INGLOTT, Sir Ferdinand Vincent, K.C.M.G.; b. 1820; specially ed. at Training Coll. in England at the public expense to be a "Model Teacher of a new system of Education in Malta ; was teacher and director of Primary Educa- tion in Malta 1839-43 < served in Naval Depart., Malta, as Assist, to Sec. of Adm. Sup. 1843-55 ; was employed in establish- ing Merchant Shipping Office 1855-8, Comptroller of Charitable Institutions and . M.L.C. ex-officio 1850-70, Collector of: Customs, and ex-officio M.E.C. and ! M.L.C. 1870-85, and Postmaster-Gen, of I Malta 1886-92 ; is a Knight Com. of St. Gregory the Great : m. 1853, Catherine, da. of the late Hon. Emmanuel Bonavia ; cr. C.M.G. 1868, K.C.M.G. 1892. 108, Strada Britannica, Valletta, Malta. INNES, Surg.-Gen. Sir John Harry j Ker, K.C.B., son of the late Rev. J. ! Boutet Innes ; b. 1820 ; ed. at Univ. j Coll., London, M.R.C.S. Eng. 1841 and F.R.C.S. Eng. 1860; entered Med. Depart, of Army 1842, became Surg. 1853, Dep. Inspector-Gen. 1858, and Surg.-Gen. 1872 (h.p. 1880); served during Crimean Campaign 1855 (medal with j clasp), throughout Indian Mutiny Cam- I paign 1857-8 (wounded, horse shot, I frequently mentioned in despatches) as principal Med. Officer, in Oude 1858-9 (medal with clasp, C.B.), as British Sanitary Commr. during Franco-German War 1870-1 (steel war medal and iron cross of Prussia), and as principal Medi- cal Officer in India 1876-80 (Afghanistan 1 878-9) (medal with clasp) ; appointed Hon. Surg. to H.M. 1868 : m. 1863, Victoria Whiston, 3rd da. of the late Mr. N. Baker; cr. C.B. 1858, K.C.B. 1887. Piazza Independenea, Florence; Army and Navy Club. INNES, Hon. Sir (Joseph) George Long, el. son of the late Capt. Joseph Long Innes, 39th Regt. ; b. 1834 ; ed. at King's Sen., Parramatta ; Bar. of Lin- coln's Inn, 1859 (certificate of honour 1859), and of New South Wales 1862 ; was District Judge in Queensland 1865-9, when he returned to practise at Bar of N.S.W. ; elected M.L. A. 1872; was So- licitor-Gen, of N.S.W. 1872-3, Attorney- Gen. 1873-5, and Min. of Justice 1880-1 ; called to Upper House of Parliament in N.S.W. 1873, and represented the Govt. ; in i874accompanied Sir Hercules Robinson onhisspecial mission in connection with the annexation of Fiji ; has been Judge of Supreme Court, N.S.W., since 1881 : m. 1865, Emily Janet, da. of the Hon. John Smith, M.L.C., of Llanarth, Bathurst; cr. K.B. 1875. Winslow, Sydney; Clover Hill, Sutton Forest ; Australian Club. lRVlNG,6z>Henry Turner, G.C.M.G., son of the late Charles M. Irving, Esq. ; b. 1833 ; appointed Clerk in Colonial Office 1854 ; was private Sec. to Baron Blachford (Under Sec. of State for Colonies) 1862-6, Colonial Sec. of Jamaica 1866-9, and of Ceylon 1869, and Gov. of Leeward Islands 1873-4, f Trini- dad 1874-80, and of British Guiana 1882-7 : m - 1884, Emma Patty, da. of Sir David William Barclay, roth Bart., and widow of Col. Sir Henry Franks Frederick Johnson, 3rd Bart. ; cr. C.M.G. 1874, K.C.M.G. 1878, G.C.M.G. 1888. 10, Trinity Crescent, Folkestone ; Reform Club. IRWIN, Sir George, only son of the late Acheson Irwin, Esq., of Clonaviel, co. Fermanagh ; b. 1832 ; ed. at Foyle Coll., Londonderry ; formerly Vice-Chm. of National Council of Conservative Assos. for England ; is a J.P. for Leeds and for W. Riding of Yorkshire, Chm. of Leeds and County Conservative Club, and a partner in the firm of Edward Irwin and Co., merchants, of Leeds : m. 1861, Flora Adelaide, who d. 1869, el. da. of Capt Thomas Jacob Smith, formerly 33rd Regt. , of Hopton Manor House, Salop ; cr. K.B. 1892. Cumberland Lodge, Leeds. ISAACS, Sir Henry Aaron, son of the late Michael Isaacs, Esq. ; b. 1830 ; is a J.P. for City of London, of which he was an Alderman 1883-91 ; was Sheriff of London and Middlesex 1886-7, an d Lord Mayor of London 1889-90 . in. 1849, Eleanor, da. of Alexander McDonald Rowland, Esq., of the gth " Holy boys"; cr. K.B. 1887. 27, Belsize Park, Hamp- stead, N. W. ; City Carlton Club. JACKSON, Sir Robert William, C.B. t son of M. H. Jackson, Esq. ; b. 1827 ; entered Med. Depart, of Army 1854, became Surg. 1866, Surg.-Maj. 1873, Brig. -Surg. 1881, and Retired Dep. Surg.- Gen. 1882 ; served in Crimean Campaign 1854-6 (medal with clasp and Turkish medal), in Indian Mutiny Campaign 1857-8 (medal with three clasps and a year's ser- vice), in Ashanti War 1874 (medal with clasp, mentioned in despatches, and C. B.), in latter part of Zulu War and operations against Secocoeni 1880 (medal with clasp, and mentioned in despatches), and in Egyptian Campaign 1882 (medal with clasp, 3rd class Medjidie, mentioned in despatches and recommended for special promotion) : m. ist, 1860, Anne, who d. 1888, da. of John Jones Simpson, Esq. ; 2nd, 1891, Gertrude Gelston, da. of
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