68o KNIGHTAGE. Malta 1880-2, at War Office 1882-8, and at Gibraltar 1888-9, since when he has been Director Gen. of Army Med. De- part.; cr. C.B. 1864, K.C.B. 1891. 28, Evelyn Gardens, South Kensington, S W. ; United Service, Marlborough and New (Edinburgh) Clubs. MACLAGAN, Sir Douglas, M.D., LL.D., son of the late David Mac- lagan, Esq., M.D. ; b. 1812 ; ed. at Edin- burgh, Berlin, London, and Paris ; M.D. Edin. 1833; LL.D., Glasgow, 1891 ; is Professor of Medical Jurisprudence and Public Health in Edin. Univ., Brig. Surg. Forth Inf. Vol. Brig., and Surg.- Gen. to H.M.'s Body Guard for Scotland ; was Pres. of R.C.S. Edin. 1859-60 and of R.C.P. Ed. 1854-87; is a D.L. for City and Co. of Edinburgh: m, 1836, Elizabeth Allan, who d. 1885, da. of the late Andrew Thomson, Esq., of Glasgow; cr. K.B. 1886. 28, Heriot Row, Edinburgh. MACLEAN, Sir Andrew, son of the late Andrew Maclean, Esq., of Paisley ; b. 1828 ; ed. at High Sch., Paisley ; is a Shipbuilder and Engineer, and a J. P. for Lanarkshire : m. 1854, Helen Henderson, da. of the late William Murdoch, Esq., of Glasgow; cr. K.B. 1887. Viewfield House, Partick, N.B.; Otterburn Villa, Argyleshire. MACLEAN, Sir John, F.S.A., el. son of the late Robert Lean, Esq., of Trehu- dreth, Cornwall; b. 1811 ; entered Ord- nance Depart. 1837, and eventually became Dep. Ch. Auditor of the Army ; resumed in 1845, as descendant of the Dochgarroch branch of the ancient clan Lean of Scot- land, the prefix " Mac," which had been dropped : m. 1835, Mary, el. sister and co-heir of Thomas Billing, Esq., of Great Lanke, Cornwall ; cr. K. B. 1871. Glas- . bury House, Richmond Hill, Clifton. MACLEOD, Lieut. - Gen. Sir John Chetham, G.C.B., son of the late Lieut. - Col. Alexander Macleod.C.B., 6ist Regt. ; /'. 1831 ; entered 42nd Highlanders 1846, 1>ecame Capt. 1854, Major 1858, Lieut. - Col. 1868, Col. 1869, Maj.-Gen. 1878, and Lieut. -Gen. 1888 ; retired 1892 ; served (i) throughout Eastern Campaign 1854-5 (medal with three clasps, Turkish medal, and Legion of Honour) ; (it) in Indian Mutiny Campaign 1857-8 (medal with clasp) ; and (iii) in Ashantee Campaign 1873-4 ; went on special service to Ireland 1881 ; commanded the troops at Ceylon 1882-7 : m. ist, 1861, Emily Maria Douglas, who d. 1882, da. of the late Abercromby Dick, Esq., B.C.S. ; 2ndly, 1883, Dora Macdonald, da. of the late John Graham Macdonald Burt, Esq., M.D. ; cr. K.C.B. 1874, G.C.B. 1891. Weirdie Lodge, Edinburgh ; United Service Club. M'MURDO, Gen. Sir William Mon- tagu Scott, K.C.B., son of the late Lieut. - Col. Archibald M 'Murdo, of Lotus, Gallo- way, N.B. ; b. 1819 ; ed. at Sandhurst ; entered Army 1837, became Capt. 1843, Major 1848, Lieut. - Col. 1853, Col. 1854, Maj.-Gen. 1868, Lieut. -Gen. 1876, and Gen. 1878 ; retired 1881 ; served as A.Q.M.G. in Scinde Campaign 1843 (medal), in expedition against Mountain and Desert Tribes on right bank of Indus 1845, as A.A.G. of H.M's. troops in expedition against Affreedies 1851-2 (medal), and in Crimean Campaign 1854-5 as Director-Gen, of Land Transport Corps (medal with clasp, officer of Legion of Honour, 4th Class Medjidie and Turkish medal); was Col. Comdt. Mil. Train 1857- 60, Inspector-Gen, of Vol. 1860-5, and Col. E. Yorkshire Regt. 1877-88, when he was transferred to Cheshire Regt. ; is a J.P. for Middlesex, and Hon. Col. Engineer and Railway Transport Vol. and of Inns of Court Vol. : m. 1844, Susan Sarah, da. of the late Gen. Sir Charles Napier, G.C.B. ; cr. C.B. 1857, K.C.B. 1881. i&,Melbury Road, Kensington, W. ; Athenceum Club. MACNABB, Sir Donald Campbell, K.C.I.E., C.S.I., son of J. M. Macnabb. Esq. ; entered Civil Ser. of India 1851, and retired 1881 ; was sometime a Commr. in Punjab; cr. C.S.I. 1881, K^C.I.E. 1887. East India United Service Club. M ACNAGHTEN, Sir Steuart [see Work- man-Macnaghten, Bart.]. M'NEILL, Maj.-Gen. Sir John Car- stairs, K.C.B., K.C.M.G., V.C., son of the late Capt Alexander M ' Neill, of Gigha and Ardlussa, Argyllshire ; b. 1831 ; entered Army 1850, and retired as Major (h.p. ) 48th Regt. 1867, became Col. 1872, and Maj.-Gen. 1882 ; served (i) in Indian Mutiny Campaign 1857-8 (medal with clasp); (it) in New Zealand 1861-5 (medal andV.C.); (iii) in command of Tipperary Flying Column during Fenian disturbance 1866-7 (thanked in gen. or- ders) ; (iv) as Mil. Sec. to Lord Lisgar, Gov. Gen. of Canada, 1868-72, being in 1870 on staff of Red River Expedition from Canada (C.M.G.); (v) as Col. on Staff and second in command of Ashantee Expedi- tion 1873, until severely wounded (men- tioned in despatches, medal, and C. B. ); (vi) in Egyptian Campaign 1882 (medal with clasp, and2nd class Medjidie), and(z>zY) in Suakin Expedition 1885 (twoclasps); was A.D.C. to H.R.H. theCom.-in-Ch. 1874 ; has been an equerry to H.M. since 1874 ; in 1880 accompanied H.R.H. Prince Leopold to Canada, and in 1882 H.R.H. Duke of Connaught to Egypt ; is a J. P. and a D. L. for Argyllshire ; cr. C. M. G. 1870, C.B. 1873, K.C.M.G. 1880, K.C.B. 1882. Flag Court, St. James's Palace, S. IV. ; Colonsay, by Greenock, N.B. ; United Service, Marlborowgh and Naval and Military Clubs. McONlE, Sir William, son of Andrew McOnie, Esq., of Menteith, Perthshire ; b. 1813 ; formerly Lord Provost of Glas- gow ; is a D.L. for co. Lanark, senior partner in the firm of McOnie, Harvey and
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