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854 COMPANIONAGE. Burgoyne, R.N. ; and, 1883, Marian Cecilia, da. of Charles G. Stanuell, Esq., of 22, Clyde Road, Dublin; cr. C.B. 1868.; The Pool House, Stourport ; United Service Club. WALLACE, Col. William Arthur JAMES-, C.I.E., son of the late William James-Wallace, Esq., J.P., of co. Wexford ; b. 1842; entered R.E. 1860, became Capt. 1873, Major 1881, Lieut.-Col. 1882, and Col. 1886 ; served during Afghan War 1878-9 (mentioned in despatches, medal), and with Egyptian Expedition 1882 (mentioned in despatches, medal with clasp, bronze star, Brevet Lt.-Col. , 4th class Osmanieh); | is Manager of N.W. Railway, India, and i Comdt. 3rd Punjab (N.W. Railway) Vol. | Rifles; cr. C.I.E. 1890. Lahore, Punjab', Junior United Service Club. WALLINGTON, Col. John Williams, C.B. ; b. 1822 ; ed. at Harrow ; entered 83rd Regt. j 1839, exchanged to 4th Light Dragoons 1847. ! and retired as Capt. 1852 ; was Hon. Col. 4th Batn. Gloucestershire Regt. 1872-84 when he retired with permission to retain his rank ; is a J.P. for cos. Gloucester and Wilts : in. 1852, Henrietta Maria, da. of the late Lieut.-Col. William Beach, M.P. [see Hicks-Beach, Bart., colls.] ; cr. C.B. 1881. Keevil Manor, Trom- bridge, Wilts ; A ruty and Navy Chib. WALSH, Langton Prendergast, C.I.E., el. son of Col. T. Prendergast Boles Walsh, Non-Effective List [a descendant of the ancient family of Walsh, of Abberley, Worcestershire, allied by kindred to the Walsh family of Ire- land, and son of the late Rev. John Prendergast Walsh, of Blessington,co. Wicklow, who served in Rifle Brig, at Waterloo (thrice wounded, lost leg, reported and rewarded for valour, medal)], of Laragh Manor, Kingscourt, co. Cavan, and Warwick Road, Baling, W. ; b. 1856 ; served during Egyptian Campaign 1882 (medal, Khedive's bronze star) ; is in Bom. Political Depart. , Assist. Resident and H . B . M .'s Vice-Consul at Zeila, and a J.P. for Bombay Pres. ; in. 1891, Clementina Annie, da. of the late Major R. G. MacGregor, Bengal Artillery; cr. C.I.E. 1890. Zeila, JV.E. Africa; Con- servative Club. WALTER, Col. Charles Kenneth Mac- kenzie, C.S.I., sort of the late Rev. W. Walter, V. of Bonby, and Preb. of Lincoln ; b. 1833 ; entered H.E.I.C.S. 1852, and B.S.C. 1861, became Capt. 1864, Major 1872. Lieut.-Col. 1878, and Col. 1882 ; attached to Foreign Dept. of Govt. of India from 1856 ; served during Indian Mutiny 1857-8 (medal, thanked by Govt. of India) ; was successively Political Agent in Bhurtpore, and in Eastern Rajputana States, Resident in W. Rajputana and in Meywar, and Agent to Gov.-Gen. for Rajputana and Ch. Commr. of Ajmere : in. 1865, Katherine Jane, el. da. of the late Lieut. -Gen. Colin Troup, C.B. ; cr. C.S.I. 1890. 70, Hyde Patk Mansions, N. W.; East India United Service Club. WALTER, Gen. John M'Neill, C.B., son of the late Col. John Walter, 95th Regt. ; b. 1819 ; entered Army 1835, became Capt. 1847, Major 1853, Lieut.-Col. 1856, Col. 1861, Maj.- Gen. 1868, Lieut. -Gen. 1878, and Gen. (retired) 1881 ; served throughout Kaffir War 1846-7 (medal), with 53rd Regt. in Punjab Campaign 1849 (medal with clasp), and in campaign against Hill Tribes on Peshawur frontier 1851-2 ; commanded 35th Regt., and subsequently a column in Indian Mutiny Campaign 1857-5 (twice mentioned in despatches, and medal) ; commanded Saugor District 1871-4 ; appointed Col. Manchester Regt. 1890 :m. 1860, Claudine, da. of W. Cooke, Esq., of Bustee ; cr. C.B. 1859. United Service Club. WALTON, Lieut. -Gen. Bendyshe, C.I.E.; b. 1827 ; entered Army 1848, became Capt. 1856, Major 1858, transferred to B.S.C. 1864, Lieut.- Col. 1865, Col. 1874, Maj.-Gen. 1887, and Lieut.- Gen. 1891 ; served with 53rd Regt. in Punjab Campaign 1849 (medal with clasp), with expedi- tion against Hill Tribes on Peshawur Frontier 1851-2 (medal with clasp), and in Indian Mutiny Campaign 1857-8 (mentioned in despatches, medal with clasp) ; was Sup. and Agent for Army Clothing, Bengal, 1870-7; cr. C.I.E. 1878. A riuy and Navy Club. WALTON, Frederick Thomas Granville, C.I.E., son of William Walton, Esq., of Hamp- ton, Middlesex ; b. 1840 ; studied as pupil of Richard Johnson, Esq., 'Engineer of Great Northern Railway, and afterwards served as Assist. Engineer on that line and on construc- tion of Joint Cheshire Railways ; employed on Oudh and Rohilkund Railway, India 1868-88, and was engaged in building the Ramgunga River Bridge, and the line in Bareiley Dist. 1881-7 ; had charge of construction of Dufferin Bridge over the Ganges at Benares ; elected M.I.C.E. 1876 : m. 1877, Charlotte Eliza, da. of late Sir Cusack Patrick Roney ; cr. C.I.E. 1888. WARBURTON, Lieut.-Col. Robert, C.S.I., only son of the late Col. Robert Warburton, R.A. (of the Garryhinch branch of the Egerton- Warburtons, of Arley Hall [see Grey-Egerton, Bart.]); b. 1842 ; ed. at Kensington Gram. Sch., and at Roy. Mil. Acad., Woolwich; entered R.A. 1861, B.S.C. 1869, became Capt. 1873, Major 1881, and Lieut.-Col. 1887 ; served in Abyssinian Campaign 1867-8 (medal), against Iskhakot and Utman Khels 1878 (mentioned in despatches), and during Afghan War 1879-80 (medal, Brevet-Major) ; sometime Ch. Political Officer at Jehallabad ; has been Political Officer in charge of Khyber Pass since 1879 : ;;/. 1868, Mary, el. da. of William Cecil, Esq., formerly of Dyffryn House, Monmouthshire ; cr. C.S.I. 1890. Peshawar, India; Military and Royal Naval Clubs. WARD, Charles James, C.M.G.; l>. 18 ; rendered services to Jamaica Exhibition 1891; cr. C.M.G. 1891. WARD, Col. Henry Constantine Evelyn, C.I.E., son of the late Sir Henry George Ward, G.C.M.G., Gov. of Madras; b. 1837; entered Indian Ser. 1855, and became Capt. 1867, Major 1875, Lieut.-Col. 1881, and Col. 1886 ; served during Indian Mutiny 1857-8, being present as a Volunteer at siege and assault of Delhi, and with Guides at action of Narnoul (mentioned in despatches, medal with clasp), on the Ensuff- zai Frontier 1858 (medal), and with Kabul Kheyl Wuzeeree Expedition 1858-9 ; joined Political Depart. Central India Agency 1860, and was Sup. of Dhar 1861-3 ! entered Central Province Commn. 1864 ; wasDep. Commr. 1866-82, Addle Commr. 1883-5 (' n charge of Expedition against the Khonds 1883), additional Commr. 1886, and Prime Minister of Bhopal 1886-9, since when he has been Commr., Central Provinces : -in. 1868 ; cr. C.I.E. 1888. Hoshangabad, Central Provinces, India ; East India United Service Club. WARD, Col. James, C.B., son of the late James Ward, Esq., of Strawberry Hill, co. Down ; 6. 18 ; Bar. Gray's Inn 1867 ; formerly Capt. 3rd Batn. Lincolnshire Regt. and 4th Batn. Roy. Irish Rifles ; is Lieut.-Col. Comdt. and Hon. Col. (London Irish Rifles), 4th Vol. Batn. Rifle Brig. (Prince Consort's Own), and a J.P. for cos. Antrim and Down : m, jS , Jemima, who d. 1867, da. of the late Very Rev. Arthur Irwin, Dean and Vicar-Gen, of Ardfert ;