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836 COMPANIONAGE. of the City of London ; b. 1818; entered H.M.'s Customs 1841 ; was Landing Waiter, Grenada 1841-5, Landing Surveyor, St. George's 1845-7 Sub-Collector of Customs, Falmouth, Jamaica 1 850-3, and Collector of Customs and Comptroller of Navigation Laws at Port Natal (served on Harbour, Conservancy, Indian Immigration and other local boards) 1853-89; isaJ.P. for the Colony; services favourably mentioned. cr. C.M.G. 1888. Durban, Port Natal, South Africa. RYDER, George Lisle, C.B. [see E. Harrowby, colls.]. SAHL, Hermann, C.M.G., son of the late Rev. Frederick L. L. Sahl, Lutheran Pastor in Hesse-Darmstadt; (.1832; wasGerman Libririan to H.M. 1864-87 ; appointed Private Librarian to H.R.H. the Grand Duke of Hesse 1888 ; cr. C.M.G. 1887. Darmstadt, Germany. ST. LEGER, Col. Henry Hungerford, D.S.O.; 6. 1833; entered Army 1854, became Capt. 1860, Major 1873, Lieut. -Col. Cameron Highlanders 1881, Lieut.-Col. Comdg. and Col. 1885 (h.p. 1887) ; retired 1888 ; was an Adj. of Auxiliary Forces 1875-80 ; served in Indian Mutiny 1858-9, present with flying column at, engagement on banks of Jumna, and with Came! Corps at battle of Gowlowlir and capture of Calpee (medal with clasp), in Egyptian Cam- paign 1882, present at battle of Tel-el-Kebir (medal with clasp, Khedive's star) and through- out Nile Expedition 1884-5 (clasp), and com- manded Cameron Highlanders in operations in E. Soudan 1885-6, present at defence of Fort Kosheh and at action of Ginnis (mentioned in despatches, D.S.O.): //. 1860, Florence Stuart, who d. 1892, da. of the late John Moore, Esq.; cr. D.S.O. 1886. Wpodside, Cambridge Park, Twickenham ; Junior United Service Club. SALE, Col. Matthew Townsend, C.M. G., son of William Sale, Esq. ; b. 1841 ; ed. at Rugby, and at Roy. Mil. Acad., Woolwich; entered R.E. 1861, became Major 1881, Lieut.- Col. 1888, and Col. 1891 ; served throughout Bhootan Campaign 1864-5 (medal with clasp, and thanked by Com.-in-Ch. in India), sent on a special mission to W. Coast of Africa 1875; appointed in 1879 H.M.'s Commr. for demar- cation of the Montenegrin frontier and English Commr. on the Silistrian Technical Interna- tional Commn. ; was Instructor at Roy. Sch. of Mil. Engineering, Chatham, 1883-7 > appoint- ed Sup. of Building Works, Woolwich Arsenal 1888 : m. 1882, Mary Eleanor, da. of the Rev. C. H. Ford, V. of Bishopton, Durham ; cr. C. M . G. 1 88 1 . United Service Club, SALUSBURY, Maj.-Gen. Frederic Octavius, C.B., son of the late Sir John Salusbury, of Brynbella, Flintshire ; b. 1825 ; entered Army 1843, became Capt. 1853, Major 1858, Lieut.- Col. 1863, Col. 1868, and Maj.-Gen. 1871 ; served in Sutlej Campaign 1845-6 (medal), in Burmese War 1852-3 (medal with clasp), in Indian Mutiny Campaign 1857-8 (medal with clasp), and in command of joist Fusiliers in Indian N.W. frontier War 1863 (clasp) ; cr. C.B. 1864. Esplanade, Dover; United Service Club. SANDERSON, Percy, C.M.G. , son of the late Richard Sanderson, Esq., M.P. for Col- chester [see V. Canterbury] ; b. 1842 ; entered Madras Artillery 1859 ; was appointed to R.H.A. 1864, and retired (h.p.) 1870; was A.D.C. to Govs. of Madras 1865-6 and 1868 ; nominated Consul at Galatz 1876 ; was Acting Charge' d' Affaires at Bucharest 1881, 1883-4, 1884-5, and 1885-6 ; has been Consul-Gen, for Roumania and Commr. for Navigation of the Danube since 1882 ; employed on Public Service in London during the Danube Conference 1883 ; cr. C.M.G. 1886. British Ccnsulate-Gcneral, Galatz, Roumania ; East India United Service and St. James's Clubs. SAXDWITH, Col. John Hartley, C.B. r son of Col.J. W. Sandwith,of Helmsley, Stough- ton, Guildford ; b. 1846 ; ed. at King's Sch., Can- terbury ; Bar. at Lincoln's Inn 1880 ; entered R. M.L.I. 1864, became Capt. 1879, Major 1882, Lieut.-Col. 1885, and Col. 1880; eim ployed on special service at Gold Coast 1881 J served with Egyptian Expedition 1882, as D.A.A. and Q.M.G., present at Kassassin and Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, medal: with clasp, bronze star, 4th class Medjidie, Brevet Major), and with Soudan Expedition 1884-5, as D.A.A. and Q.M.G. (mentioned in despatches, two clasps, Brevet Lt.-Col.) ; was D.A.A.G., Egypt, 1888-91 : m. 1877, Frances Hawford, da. of G. G. Philipps, Esq., of Wauniago, Carmarthen ; cr. C.B. 1891. Unittd' So vice Club. SANDWITH, Thomas Backhouse, C.B., son of the late Dr. Humphry Sandwith, of Hull ~ T b. 1831 ; ed. at Camb. Univ. (B.A. 1855) ; was- Sec. to Civil Commr. to Osmanli Irregular Cav.. 1855-6 ; became attached to Consulate of Aleppo 1857, and held various Vice-Consular appoint- ments until 1870 ; was Consul in Crete 1870-85, Consul at Tunis 1885-8, and Consul-Gen. at Odessa 1888-92: m. 1865, Clara Agnes, da. of the late Rev. R. F. Fuller; cr. C.B. 1879. Manor House, West Brighton. SANFORD, Col. George Edward Langham Somerset, C.B., C.S.I., son of the late George Charles Sanford, Esq.; b. 1840 ; ed. at Roy. Mil. Acad., Woolwich; entered R.E. 1856, became Capt. 1866, Major 1873, Lieut.-Col. 1879, and Col.i883(h.p. i88;);served in China War 1857-62 (mentioned in despatches and medal with clasp), in Jowaki Campaign 1878 (medal with clasp), in Afghan War 1878-9 (mentioned in des- patches, medal with clasp, and Brevet of Lieut.- Col.), and in Burmah War 1885 (mentioned in despatches, clasp, C.B.) ; is Director-Gen, of Mil. Works in India, with temporary rank of Maj.-Gen.; cr. C.B. 1886, C.S.I. 1890. United Service Club. SARGENT, Lieut.- Gen. John Neptune, C.B., son of the late Major Sargent ; b. 1826 ; entered Army 1844, became Capt. 1853, Majar 1855, Lieut.-Col. 1859, Col. 1864, Maj.-Gen. 1870, and Lieut. -Gen. 1884; retired 1890; served in the Danubian Campaign of 1854 and in the Crimea (wounded and mentioned for determined braVery, mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, medal with three clasps, sth class Medjidie, Turkish medal, and Knight of Legion of Honour), in campaign in China 1860 with 3rd Foot (most favourably mentioned in despatches, medal with clasp and C.B.) ; com- manded troops in China 1882-5 ! has commanded' Battalions of the Buffs, Inns of Court Rifle VpL r and S. Wales and Oxford Brigade Depots; is a D.L. for Middlesex, and Col. Roy. Innis- killing Fusiliers: m. 1863, Alice Mary, da. of Thomas Tread well, Esq., of St. John's Lodge, Lower Norwood; cr. C.B. 1862. Mount Mascal, Bex ley, Kent; United Service and A riny and Navy Clubs. SARTORIUS, Col. George Conrad, C.B., son of the late Adm. of the Fleet Sir George Sartorius, G.C.B. ; b. 1840 ; entered R. A. 1857, Bom. S.C. (now I.S.C.) 1864, became Capt. 1869, Major 1877, Lieut.-Col. 1885, and CoL 1887; served during Afghan War 1878-9 (men- tioned in despatches), with Egyptian Expedition 1 882-4 (medal, bronze star), and in Burmah 1886-7 and 1889 (mentioned in despatches, medal with clasp, Brevet- Col.); was D. A. Q.M.G. Bombay 1 875-7 i sometime Maj.-Gen. in Turkish Ser. :