The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Barrow, Lieut-General Sir Edmund George

Barrow, Lieut-General Sir Edmund George, G.C.B. (1900) K.C.B. (1901) C.B. 1908; Indian Army; born 1852; son of Maj-General Joseph Lyon Barrow, C.B., B.A.: educated at Marlborough and Sandhurst; married. 1882, Bnarian Letittia, daughter of late Reverend Story of Corick, Clogher, Co. Tyrone, joined Army, 1871; served in Afghan war. 1878-9; D.A., Q.M.G.; with the Indian Contingent in Egypt, 1882, and in the intelligence Branch, Bengal, 1885-7; Assistant Secretary to the Government of India. Military Department, 1887-91; First Deputy Secretary in the Military Department. 1897-1900; Secretary, 1901-3: D.A.G, Bengal, 1900; served in the Afghan War, 1876; Egyptian Expedition, 1882; Tirah campaign, 1897-8: Chief Staff Officer, China expedition, 1900-1901; General Officer Commanding first Division, Northern Army Corps, 1901: General Officer Commanding, 1908; Col. 7th Duke of Connaught's own Rajputs. Address: c/o Grindlay & Co., Parliament Street, S.W. Junior United Service Club.