The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Berkeley, Major-General James Cavan

Berkeley, Major-General James Cavan, C.I.E., (1888), formerly Resident at Gwalior; b. Clifton, 1839; s. of late General Sackville Hamilton Berkeley; m. 1st, Anna Sophia (d. 1886), d. of Capt. G. Middlecoat, Madras Art.; 2nd, Maud, y.d. of W. Tomlinson, F.R.A.S., of York and Sandon, Isle of Wight; Educ: King’s Coll., London; Joined Indian Army, 1857; transferred to Political department, 1882; was successively British Resident at Gwalior (1883), Kashmir (1884), and Nepal Courts (1885), and Agent to the Governor-General at Baroda (1886-7). Address: Priestlands Sherbourne, Dorset. Club: United Service.