8 4 8 THORNE, Richard Thome, C.B., el. sur- viving son of the late Thomas Henry Thorne, Esq., binker, of Leamington; b. 1841 ; ed. at Mill Hill Gram. Sch., at Lycee St. Louis, Paris, and at St. Bartholomew's Hospital Med. Sch., London; M.B., London 1866, F.R.C.P., London 1875 ; was British Delegate to Inter- national Sanitary Congresses at Rome 1885, and at Venice (Paris Sitting) 1892 ; sometime Assist. Med. Officer and Med. Inspector for Gen. Sanitary Purposes of Local Govt. Board, and now Principal Med. Officer : M. 1886, Martha, di. of the late Joseph Rylands, Esq., of Hull; cr. C.B. 1892. 45, Inverness Terrace, W. ; Fairlaivn, Golds'vorth, looking ; National Club. THORNHILL, George, C.S. I. ; b. 18 ; was in M.C.S. 1842-78 ; cr. C.S.I. 1877. THORNTON, Edward, C.B., son of the late John Thornton, Esq., of Clapham ; b. 1811 ; was in B.C.S. 1829-62: 111. 1840, Louisa Chi- cheliana, who d. 1883, da. of R. Chicheley Plowden, Esq.; cr. C.B. 1860. 61, Warwick Square, S.W. THORNTON, Dep. Surg. - Geti. James Howard, C.B., M.S., son of the late Major John Thornton, 78th Regt. ; b. 1834 ; ed. at Kings' Coll., Lond. ; B.A. Lond. Univ. 1854, M.B. 1855, M.R.C.S. Eng. 1855 '.entered Indian Med. Ser. 1856, became Surg. 1868, Surg.-Maj. i873,Brig.-Surg. i88z,and Dep.Surg. -Gen. 1886; retired 1891 ; served in Indian Mutiny 1857-9 (medal with clasps, mentioned in despatches, one year's service), in China War 1860 (medal with two clasps), in Cossyah and Jyntiah Hills Campaign (wounded, and mentioned in de- spatches), in Bhootan Expedition 1865-6 (medal with clasp), in Egyptian Expedition 1882 (men- tioned in despatches, medal, and bronze star), and in Soudan Campaign 1885 (mentioned in de- spatches, clasp, and C.B.): m. 1861, Mary, youngest da. of the late Joseph Astor, Esq., of Jersey ; cr. C.B. 1885. THORNTON, Thomas Henry, C.S.I., D.C.L., son of the late Thomas Thornton, Esq., of Gloucester Street, Warwick Square, S.W. ; b. 1832 ; ed. at Merchant Taylors' Sch., and at St. John's Coll., Oxford (ist class, Moderations, Puseyand Ellerton Hebrew Scholarship and 2nd class Final Classical and Law and Hist. Schools, D.C.L. 1862) ; entered B.C.S. by competition 1855 ; was Assist. Commr. Punjaub 1857-9 (honourably mentioned for ser- j vices in the Mutiny), Sec. to Financial Commr. 1859-60, Sec to Judicial Commr. 1860-2, Magis- trate of Delhi 1863-4, Sec. to Punjab Govt. 1864- : 76, Acting Foreign Sec. to Govt. of India 1876-7, M.L.C. of India 1877-9, an d Judge of Ch. Court ! of Punjab 1878-81 ; Fellow of Univ. of Calcutta j 1875, and Vice-Pres. of Univ. Coll., Lahore ] 1879 ; is a J.P. for cos. Surrey and London, a [ F.R.G.S. and M.R.A.S. : in. 1862, Alfreda, da. I of J. C. Spender, Esq., of Bath and English- j combe; cr. C.S.I. 1877. 23, Bratnham Gardens, j S.W.j Travellers', Magistrates', and North- I brook Indian Clubs. THWAITES, George Henry Hendrick, C.Jf.G. ; b. 18 ; was sometime lecturer on botany and vegetable physiology at Bristol 1 School of Medicine, and in 1849 was appointed j Director of Roy. Botanic Gardens, Paradenia, Ceylon; cr. C.M.G. 1878. THYNNE, Henry, C.B., LL.D., son of the late Edward Thynne, Esq., of Ipswich, Queensland; b. 1839; ed. at Queen's Univ., j Ireland (B.A., treble first honours 1859, LL.B., I Gold Medallist); entered Roy. Irish Constabu- lary 1859; was a Resident IVIagistrate 1878-86, when he was appointed Dep. Inspector-Gen, of ; R.I. Constabulary; cr. C.B. 1890. Plantation, COMPANIONAGE. Donnybrook, co. Dublin; Royal Irish Constabu- lary Ofli:e, Dublin Castle ; Dublin United So vice and Royal St. George's Yacht Clubs. THYNNE, Col. Reginald Thomas, C.B. [see M. Bath, colls.]. TIGHE, Michael Joseph, D.S.O. ; b. 1864 ; entered Leinster Regt. 1883, and became Lieut. I.S.C. 1885; served in Burmah 1889; is an Assist. Commr., Burmah ; cr. D.S.O. 1889, Yau'diuin, Burmah. TILLARD, Maj.-Gen. John Arthur, C.B., son of the late Philip Tillard, Esq., of Shukeley Hall, Huntingdonshire; b. 1837; entered Ben- gal Artillery 1857, hecame Capt. 1867, Major 1876, Lieut.-Col.i88i, Col. 1885, and Maj.-Gen. 1890 ; served in Afghan War 1878-80 (three times mentioned in despatches, medal with two clasps, bronze star), and with Burmah Expedi- tion 1886-7 (mentioned in despatches, medal with clasp) ; was A.A.G. Madras 1884-9, an .d Col. on the Staff, Bengal 1889-90 : >. 1859, Eliza Scott, da. of Gen. G. P. Whish, B.S.C. ; cr. C.B. 1887. TILLY, Maj.-Gen. John, C.B. ; b. 1836; entered Army 1853, became Capt. 1860, Major 1873, Lieut.-Col. Roy. Welsh Fusiliers 1881, Col. 1885, and Maj.-Gen. 1887 ; served during. Indian Mutiny 1857-8 (medal with clasp), and with Burmese Expedition 1885-6 (mentioned in despatches): in. 18 ; cr. C.B. 1887. TODD, Charles, C.M.G. , F.R.S., son of G. Todd, Esq. ; b. 1826 ; ed. at Greenwich, and at Camb. Univ. (M.A. 18 ) ; was sometime Assist, and Calculator at Greenwich Observa- tory, Assist. Astronomer at Cambridge 1848-54, and at Roy. Observatory, Greenwich, 1854-5, and Astronomer and Sup. of Telegraphs in S. Australia 1855-69, since when he has been Post- master-Gen., Sup. of Telegraphs, and Govt. Astronomer : nt. 1855, Alice Gillam, da. of E. Bell, Esq., of Cambridge; cr. C.M.G. 1872. Adelaide, S. Australia. TODD, John Spencer Brydges, C.M.G., youngest son of the late Col. George Todd, 3rd Dragoon Guards; b. 1840; ed. at Blochmann's Gymnasium, Dresden, and at Imperial Lyceum, St. Omer ; accompanied the Gov. Sir George Grey to Cape of Good Hope, and entered Colo- nial Civil Ser. as a clerk in office of Colonial Sec. 1860 ; was Resident Magistrate's Clerk aj Swellendam 1862-4, Civil Commr's. Clerk at Robertson 1864-7, an d Ch. Clerk to CivilCommr. at Swellendam 1867, Acting Civil Commr. and Resident Magistrate there 1870-2, corresponding Clerk to Railway Engineer of Colony 1874-5, in charge of money-orders and stamps at Gen. Post Office, Cape Town, 1875, Sec. to Special Govt. Commn. for investigating the accounts of the Colonial Treasury chest 1875, Commr. for Cape Colony at Paris Exhibition of 1878, Accountant in Depart, of Colonial Sec. 1876-81, and French Examiner for Cape of Good Hope Univ. 1879-82; is a J.P for the Colony ; in 1881 went on a special mission to Kimberley Diamond Fields in connection with the accounts of Pro- vince of Griqualand West, and also acted there as Civil Commr. and Registrar of Deeds, and on his return became Acting Assist. Commr. of Crown Lands and Public Works ; appointed Sec. in Depart, of Agent-Gen, in London 1882 : in. 1865, Susan Margaret, da. of the late Goert, Baron Van Reede Van Oudtshoorn ; cr.C.M.G. 1878. 24, Cathcart Road, S. Kensington, S. W.; 112, Victoria Street, S.ll^. TOKER, Col. Alliston Champion, C.B., son of the late Philip Champion Toker, Esq., of Doctors' Commons ; b. 1843 ! entered Bengal Army 1860, transferred to B.S.C. (now I.S.C.> 1862, became Capt. 1872, Major 1880, Lieut.- Col. 1882, and Col. 1886; served in Bhutan Expedition 1864-5 (medal with clasp), in
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