The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Beatson, Major-General Sir Stuart Brownlow

[B]eatson, Major-General Sir Stuart Brownlow, K.C.B., 1910; K.C.S.I., 1907, Indian Army, Extra Equerry to the King; b. 1854, o. s. of late Captain William Stuart Beatson, H.E.I.C.S., and Cora. d. of Col. George Brownlow, and n, of 1st Lord Lurgan, m. 1889, Edith Cecii, d. of late Sir William Elles, K.C.B., one s. one d. Educ.: Wellington College; Joined 17th Regt. 1873; 11th P.W.O. Bengal Lancers, 1876; N.W. Frontier Jowaki, 1878 (medal with clasps), Alghanistan 1878-80; action of Ali Musjid (medal with clasp), Egypt, 1882; Extra A.D.C. to Sir H. Macpherson, Commanding Indian Contingent, deputed to Syria on Special Dutv (medal, bronze star). Curma, 1886; Mill Sec. to Sir H. Macpherson, pursuit of Hlaoo (despatches, clasp. Brevet of Majors), N.W. Frontier, 1897-98, relief of Malakand, defence of Malakand, relief of Chakdara, action at Landakai, operations in Majour, Mamund and Mohmand country (despatches thrice, medal with two clasps, C. C.), commanded mobile column in S. Africa, 1901 (despatches Crevet of colonel, medal with three clasps); Military Secretary to Prince of Wales during Indian tour; Maj-Gen. 1905, super-numerary unemployed list. Address: The Cot. Slaugham, Sussex. Cavalry Club.