The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Bingley, Brevet-Col. Alfred Horsford

Bingley, Brevet-Col. Alfred Horsford, C.I.E., 1909; commanding 7th D.S.O. Rajputs since 1909; b., 1865; s. of late Peregrine Taylor Bingley; m. 1893, Mabel. e.d. of late Col. G. A Way. C.B.; one d.; Educ: Kensington School; and R.M.C., Sandhurst; Lieut. Leicester Regiment, 1885; Indian Staff Corps, 1887; Captain Indian Army, 1896; Major, 1903; Lieut.-Colonel, 1906; employed on plague duty, Bombay, 1897-98; Kaisar-i-Hind medal, (1st class); D.A.A.G., at headquarters, 1901-1906; Deputy Sec. Army Dept. 1906-09; served Burma, 1891-92 (medal with clasp); China, 1900 (despatches Brevet-Major, medal with clasp); Gold medal United Service Institution of India, 1896. Publications: Series of Handbooks on the Classes recruited in the Indian Army. Address; Dinapore, Bengal. Club. East India United Service.