The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Blunt, Major Charles Tasper

Blunt, Major Charles Tasper, A.C.D.; Ordnance Officer, 3rd Class, Burscougli, b. King William’s Town, S. Africa; e.s. of Col. F. C. Blunt, late A.S. Corps of Ryde, I.W., and g.-s. of Samuel Tasper Blunt of the Colonial Office; widower. Educ: Dr. Thompson’s School, Jersey; R.M. Academy, Woolwich. Entred Royal Artillery, 1885; served in India, 1885-95; Captain, 1896; Major 1904; Ordnance Officer, 3rd class, 1904; Transferred to A.O. Department, 1905; Officer in Charge of Danger Buildings, Royal Arsenal, Woolwhich, 1898-1901; served througout Chitral Campaign, 1895, with relief force under Sir Robert Low Chief Ordnance Officer, Guernsey, 1901-1904. Publications: Chitral, Mohmad, and Tirah Campaigns, for Times; Encyclopaedia Brittanica. Recreations; Out-door games, photography. Address: Burscough, Lancs; Club: Sports.