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86o COMPANIONAGE. WINSLOE, Col. Richard William Charles, C.B., son of the late Richard Winsloe, Esq., of Mount Nebo, Taunton ; b. 1835 ; entered 1 5th Regt. 1853, became Capt. Roy. Scots Fusiliers 1861, Major 1874, Lieut. -Col. i87Q, and Col. 1882 (h.-p. 1887); served during Crimean Campaign 1855-6 with Roy. Scots Fusiliers, present at siege and fall of Sebastopol (medal with clasp, Turkish medal), in S. African War 1879-81 (twice wounded, twice men- tioned in despatches, medal with clasp, Brevet Lieut. -Col., A.D.C. to H.M.), and with Burmese Expedition 1886-7, in command of relief of Thabybin (mentioned in despatches, medal); has been A.D.C. to H.M. since 1882 ; received Jubilee medal : in. 1861, Constance Edwards, da. of the late F. M. Cromartie, Esq. ; cr. C.B. 1889. 20, Guilford Terrace, Do^'er ; ?Javal and Military Club. WINTER, Francis Pratt, C.M.G., son of George Winter, Esq., of King's CO., Ireland ; b. 1848; was Acting Attorney. -Gen. 1887-8, since when he has been Ch. Judicial Officer and a M.E.C. and M.L.C. of British New Guinea ; cr. C.M.G. 1892. Port Moresby, British New Guinea. AViNTLE, Lieut. - Col. Frank Graham, D.S.O., son of the late Major-Gen. Alfred Wintle, R.A. ; b. 1852 ; entered Ordnance Store Depart. 1872, became Dep. Assist. Comy.- Gen. 1880, Assist. Comy.-Gen. 1885, and Hon. Lieut. -Col. 1890 ; served with Soudan Expedi- tion 1884-5 (mentioned in despatches, medal with clasp, bronze star, promoted), and with Soudan Frontier Field Force 1885-6, present 'at action of Giniss (mentioned in despatches) : has been Senior Ordnance Store Officer, N.E. Dist. since 1890; cr. D.S.O. 1891. York; Junior United Service Club. WODEHOUSE, Col. Charles, C.I.E. [see E. Kimberley, colls.]. WODEHOUSE, Henry Ernest, C.M.G. [see E. Kimberley, colls.]. WODEHOUSE, Col. Josceline Heneage, C.B., C.M.G. [see B. Kimberley, colls.]. WOLLASTON, Arthur Naylor, C.I.E., youngest son of the late Henry Francis Wollas- ton, Esq. ; b. 1842 ; entered India Office 1859, and in 1873 was promoted to a senior clerkship, and since Jan. 1884 has been Assist. Sec. in Revenue Depart. ; is a J.P. for Kent ; author of the first English-Persian Dictionary ever published, has translated the " Anvar-i-Suhaili," and edited Sir Lewis Felly's " Miracle Play of Hasan and Husain ;" succeeded Sir Frederic Goldsmid as Examiner in Persian at Roy. Mil. Col., Sand- hurst : m. 1873 Caroline Marianne, only da. of Sir Albert William Woods, K.C.M.G., C.B., Garter King of Arms; cr.C.I.E.i886. Glen Hill, IValnter, Kent; Junior Constitutional and Northbrook Indian Clubs. WOOD, Col. Edward Alexander. C.B., el. son of Sir Charles Alexander Wood ; b. 1841 ; ed. at Eton; entered loth Light Dragoons 1858, became Capt. loth Hussars 1867, Major 1876, Lieut. -Col. 1879, Lieut.-Col. comdg. 1881, and Col. 1883 (h.p. 1886); commanded his regt. in Afghan War i879-8o(mentioned indespatches, medal with clasp, Brevet Lt.-Col.), and during operations in the Soudan 1884 (mentioned in de- spatches, medal, C.B.) ; was Inspecting Officer of Auxiliary Cav. and pnd in command of Cav. at Aldershot 1886-9, since when he has com- manded Regt. Dists. Nos. 7 and 57: ;. 1871, Janet, da. of C. D.Alexander, Esq., of Sutton Place, Surrey; cr. C.B. 1884. Hounslow. WOOD, Col. Elliott, C.B., son of Miles Astman Wood, Esq., of Ledbury ; /'. 1844; en- tered R.E. 1864, became Capt. 1877, Major 1882, Lieut.-Col. 1884, and Col. 1888; was A.D.C. to Inspector Gen. of Fortifications 1880 ; com- manded 1 7th Co. of R.E. throughout Egyptian Campaign 1882 ; employed on Special Recon- naissance up the Nile 1883 ; sent on Special Service to Suakin prior to Expedition of 1884, and served throughout that Campaign in Intel- ligence Depart. ; served almost continuously at Suakin until end of 2nd Expedition in 1885 (several times mentioned in despatches, medal with five clasps, 4th class Medjidie, officially thanked); has been A.A.G., Head Quarters since 1889 ; cr. C.B. 1885. i, Morpeth Terrace, S. IV. ; Junior United Service Club. WOOD, Capt. Hastings St. Leger, D.S.O., son of Lieut. -Gen. Henry Hastings Afleck Wood, C.B. ; b. 1856 ; entered Army 1877, and became Capt. E. Yorkshire Regt. 1886 ; served during Afghan War 1879-80 (severely wounded, medal), with Nile Expedition 1884-5 (mentioned in de- spatches, medal with clasp, bronze star), and in Burmah Campaign 1887-8 (medal with clasp) : tit. 1891, Mary Judith Vaughton, da. of the Rev. J. Parker, formerly R. of Willoughby and> Wysall, Notts; cr. D.S.O. 1888. WOOD, Col. Henry, C.B., son of the late R. H. Wood, Esq., of Richmond, Surrey; b. 1835 ; entered 6gth Regt. 1853, transferred to 3oth Regt. 1855, became Capt. Rifle Brig. 1859, Major 1872, Lieut.-Col. 1880, and Col. 1884 ; retired 1890 ; served during Crimean Campaign 1855-6 (medal with clasp, Turkish medal), in N.W. Frontier of India Campaign 1864 (medal with clasp), during Afghan War 1879 (medal), and with Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition 1881 (mentioned in despatches) ; commanded o/th Regt. Dist. 1887-90 : m. ist, 1866, Charlotte Frances, who d. 1869, da. of Maj.-Gen. Smith ; 2nd, 1871, Helen Alary, da. of the late Rev. Henry Brown, R. of Woolwich ; cr. C.B. 1889. United Service and A nny and Navy Clubs. WOOD, Cm. Henry Hastings Affleck, C.B., son of the late Gen. John S. Wood, Lieut, of Tower of London ; b. 1826 ; entered Bombay Army 1843, became Capt. 1854, Major 1858, Lieut.-Col. 1866, Col. 1868, Maj.-Gen. 1881, Lieut.-Gen. 1882, and Gen. 1889 ; served in expedition to Bhawulpore 1845-6, in Punjab Campaign 1848-9 (medal with clasp), in Persian Campaign 1856-7 (medal with clasp), as A. A.G. throughout Central India Campaign 1857-8 (fre- quently and thrice specially mentioned in de?.- patches, medal with clasp), to Troops S. of the Nerbudda 1858-9, and of ist Div. throughout Abyssinian Campaign 1867-8 (twice mentioned in despatches, medal), and in command of ist Brig. 2nd Div. of S. Afghanistan Field Force 1879-80, and proceeded with it during the holiest season of the year from Sind up the Bolan Pass to Quetta, invalided to India through a severe accident (medal) ; commanded N. Div. of Bombay Army 1881-5 : ' J 8 > Catherine, da. of the late Henry Sankey, Esq., Com. R.N., of Preston House, Kent ; cr. C.B. 1875. 40, Lower Shane Street, S.]V. ; 41, Rue des Vicillards, Boulogne-sur-Mcr, France. WOODBURN, John, C.S.f., son of the late David Wood burn, Esq., M.D., H.E.I.C.S.; b. 1843 ; entered B.C.S. 1863 ; was Sec. to the Govt., N.W. Provinces and Oudh 1882-8, and Ch. Sec. 1888-91, since when he has been a Member of the Viceroy's Legislative Council ; is Lieut.-Col. Comdt. Naini Tal Vol. Rifles : in. 1869, Mabella Cassels, da. of James Walker. E-q. ; cr. C.S.I. 1892. Calcutta.; Oriental and East India United Service Clubs. WOODTHORPE, Col. Robert Gossett, C.B., son of Captain J. Bolton Woodthorpe, R.N. ; b. 1844 ; entered R. E. 1865, became Capfr. 1878, Major 1879, Lieut.-Col. 1881, and Col.