The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Dillon, Gen Sir Martin (Andrew)

Dillon, Gen Sir Martin (Andrew) G.C.C. (1932), K.C.B., (1887), S.I. (1872) Indian Army (retired); b. 1826; entered army, 1843; General, 1892; served in Punjab, 1848-49; Kohat Pass, 1850; Crimea, 1856; Indian Mutiny, 1857-59: China. I860; Abyssinia, 1867-68; Brigade-Major, Nepal Frontier; Assistant, Adjutant-General, China; Military Secretary, Bombay; Military Secretary, Abyssinia. (A.D.C. to the Queen); Military Sec. India; Adj-Gen. Gibraltar; commanded the Lucknow and the Rawalpindi Divisions, India, 1884-88; Col, West Yorkshire Regt. (Prince of Wales Own), 1897, Commissioner, Duke of York’s Royal Military School: Commandant. Rifle Brigade, 1935. Address: 80, St. Cames Square, S.W. Clubs: United Service.