COMPANION'AGE. 837 )ti. ist, 1863, Miss Anna Lucas, who d. 1869 ; znd, 1870, Miss Ernestine Ross ; cr. C.B. 1889. United Service Club. SARTORIUS. Lieut. -Col. Reginald William, C.M.G., V.C., son of the late Adm. of the Fleet Sir George Rose Sartorius, G.C.B. ; b. 1841 ; entered Bengal Army 1858, became Capt. 1868, Major 1873, and Lieut. -Col. 1878 ; served in Indian Mutiny 1858-9 (medal), in Cossyah and Jyntiah Hills Campaign 1852-3, in Bhootan Expedition 1864-5 (medal with clasp), in Ashanti War 1873-4 (mentioned in despatches, medal, V.C., and C.M.G.), and in Afghan War 1878-9 <medal); was on staff of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales during his visit to India 1875-6 : m. 1877, Agnes, da. of the late J. Kemp, Esq., M.D., H.E.I.C.S.: cr. C.M.G. 1874. Lym- ingtpn, Hants; East India United Service, United Sen'ice, and Junior Army and Navy Clubs. SATOW, Ernest Mason, C.M.G. , son of H. D. C. Satow, Esq. ; b. 1841 ; B.A. Loud. Univ. 1861 ; Hon. Ph.D. of Marburg 1878; Bar. Lincoln's Inn 1887 ; appointed a Student Interpreter in Japan 1861 ; in 1863 accompanied Col. Neale, H.M's. Charge d' Affaires, and was present on board H.M.'s. Ship "Argus " at action of Kagosima; in 1864 acted as Interpreter to Adm. Kuper at bombardment of Shimonoseki; appointed an Interpreter for the Japanese language 1865, Japanese Sec. 1868, and in 1876 received the local rank of 2nd Sec. at Yedo ; was Agent and Consul Gen. at Bangkok 1884-5, and Min. Resident and Consul Gen. there 1885-8, since when he has been Minister Resident and Consul General to Republic of the Uruguay; cr. C.M.G. 1883. British Legation, Montevideo, Uruguay; St. James's and Oriental Clubs. SAUMAREZ, Adm. Thomas, C.B., son of the late Adm. Richard Saumarez; b. 1828; entered R.N. 1841, became Com. 1854, Capt. 1858, Retired Rear-Adm. 1876, Vice-Adm. 1881, -and Adm. 1886 ; commanded a div. of gunboats at Lagos 1851 (severely wounded), H.M.S. " Cor- morant" in China War 1858, and a brig, of .seamen on shore (medal with clasp) ; has silver medal of Roy. Humane So. for saving life : in. ist, 1854, a da., who d. 1866, of S. R. Block, Esq., of Greenhill, Barnet ; 2nd, 1868, Eleanor, da. of B. Scott Riley, Esq., of Liverpool ; tr. C.B. 1873. The Firs, Jersey; Army and Navy Club. SAUNDERS, Frederick Richard, C.M.G., son of the late Frederick Saunders, Esq., Treasurer of Ceylon ; b. 1838 ; entered Ceylon Civil Ser. 1857 ; was succf s-ive'y Assist. Govt. Agent, Di>t. Judge, Inspector-Gen, of Pol'ce and Prisons,and Govt. Agent of W. Province, Ceylon ; .appointed 1890 Treasurer of Ceylon, Commr. of Stamps, and Ch. Commr. of Govt. Loan Boa-d; is a M.L.C. anl M.E.C., and a J.P. for the Island : in. 1867, Mary, da. of the late William Charles Gibson, Esq., C.M.G. [see <Gibson-Carmichael, Bart., colls.] ; cr. C.M.G. 1886. Guyscliff, Colombo, Ceylon; Thatched House Club. SAUNDERS, George, M.D., C.B., son of the late Lieut. -Col. Richard Saunders ; b. 1823 ; appointed Assist. -Surg. 47th Regt. 1845, and Staff-Surg. 1854, Surg.-Major gth Foot 1865, , and Dep. Inspector Gen. of Hospitals (retired) i 1871 ; served in medical charge of 47th Regt. in Crimean campaign 1854-5 (medal with three .clasps and Turkish medal), and as Senior Medical Officer at Hong Kong during epidemic of fever 1865 (mentioned in despatches) : in. 1872, Isabella Evarina, da. of the late Thomas Bailey, Esq., J.P. for co. Fermanagh ; cr. vC.B. 1869. St. George's Clnb. SAYER, Lieut.-Gen. James Robert Stead- man, C.B., son of the late R. Sayer, Esq.,D.L., of Sibton Park, Suffolk ; b. 1826 ; ed. at Eton ; entered Army 1845, became Capt. 1850, Major 1857, Lieut.-Col. 1859, Col. 1864, Maj.-Gen. 1870, Lieut.-Gen. 1885, and Col. ist Dragoon Guards 1886 ; retired 1890 ; served with ist Dragoon Guards in Crimean Campaign 1855 (medal with clasp and Turkish medal), and commanded that regt. in China Expedition 1800 (mentioned in despatches and medal with two clasps) ; commanded 3rd Dragoon Guards 1874-6, Belfast Dist. 1882-3, and W. Dist. 1883-5 ; cr. C.B. 1 86 1. 4, Ovington Garden s, S. Kensing- ton^. IV.; Army ana Naoy and United Service Clubs. SCALLOIS', Capt. Robert Irvin, D.S.O., son of the late T. N. Scallon, Esq. ; b. 1857 ; entered Army 1876, and became Capt. Bom. S.C. (now I.S.C.) 1887 : served during Afghan War 1879-80 (mentioned in despatches, medal with clasp, bronze star), and in Burmah Cam- paign 1886-8 (mentioned in despatches, medal with two clasps); cr. D.S.O. 1888. St. George's Club. SCHARF, George, C.B., son of George Scharf, Esq., a Bavarian Artist ; b. 1820 ; ed. at London Univ. Sch. ; admitted a student of R.A. 1838 ; has been Sec. of National Portrait Gallery since 1856, and Keeper and Director thereof since 1882; cr. C.B. 1884. 8, Ashley Place, S.W.; Athenieum Club. SCHAW, Maj.-Gen. Henry, C.B. ; b. 1829 ; entered R.E. 1847, became Col. 1882, and retired 1887 ; served during Crimean War 1855-6 ; formerly Dep. -Director of Works at the War Office ; cr. C.B. 1887. National Clnb. SCHLICH, William, C.I.E., Ph.D., son of the Rev. D. Schlich, Councillor of the Church of Hesse Darmstadt ; b. 1840 : ed. at Darmstadt and at Giessen Univ. (Ph.D. 1867) ; entered Indian Forest Ser. 1866 ; appointed Conservator of Forests, Bengal 1872, and be- came Inspector-Gen, of Forests to Govt. of India 1881 ; organised the first English Sch. of Forestry at Cooper's Hill 1885, and retired 1889, when he was appointed Principal Profes- sor of Forestry at Cooper's Hill Coll. : m. ist, 1874, Maty Ma-garet, who d. 1878, da. of Wil- liam Smith, Esq., C.E., Superintending En- gineer, Bengal; 2nd, 1886, Mathilde, da. of the late Herman Marsily, Esq., of Antwerp: cr. C.I.E. 1891. Cooper's Hill, Englefield Green, Sumy. SCHOMBERG, Gen. George Augustus, C.B., son of the late Adm. Alexander Wilmot Schom- berg ; b. 1821 ; ed. at Winchester ; entered R.M. Artillery 1841, became Captain 1853, Major 1855, Lieut.-Col. 1858, Col. 1865, Col.-Comdt. 1867, Maj.-Gen. 1868, Lieut.-Gen. 1875, and Gen. 1877 ; served on W. Coast of Africa 1844-6, in Baltic expedition 1855 (medal and mentioned in despatches), and in China expedition 1857-9 (medal with clasp), was D.A.G. to R.M. 1872-5: m. 1853, Mary, da. of Charles Wright, Esq., of St. Clare, Southsea ; cr. C.B. 1867. it, Larkstone Road, Ilfracombe ; United Service Club. SCHREIBER, Maj.-Gen. Brymer Francis, C.B.; entered R. A. 1854, became Capt. 1860, Major 1872, Lieut.-Col. 1880, Col. 1884, and Maj.-Gen. 1885 ; served in Crimean Campaign 1855 (medal with clasp and Turkish medal) and in Egyptian Campaign 1882 (medal with clasp, and 3rd class Medjidie) : tit. 1890, Louisa Frances, da. of the late N. E. Hurst, Esq., of Highton Grange, Leicestershire, and widow of Capt. De Burgho Hodge ; cr. C.B. 1882. Junior United Service Club.
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