The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/McInroy, Colonel Charles

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McInroy, Colonel Charles, C.B. (1894); s. of late J. P. Mclnroy; b. 1838; educ: Wimbledon school: entered the Army, 1855; passed through various lower grades and became Colonel, 1885; served in the Indian Mutiny; at the surrender of Kirvi; Commanded in the Cavalry actions at Maharajpur, Jokoli (thanked in despatches); worked in Mhow Mahoul (medal and clasp for Central India); served in Abysinian Campaign, 1868; (despatches and medal); Egyptian War, 1882; Burma Expedition, 1885-86; Principal Commissariat Officer, Upper Burma, 1888-89 (medal with two clasps). Recreations: golf, shooting, and fishing. Address: The Burn, Edzell, Brechim. Club: Edinborough.