The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Stebbing, Edward Percy
Stebbing, Edward Percy, F.L.S., F.Z.S., F.R.G.S., F.E.S., Indian Forest Service; Lecturer in Forestry and Head of the Forestry Department, University of Edinburgh, since 1910; b. 1870; s. of Edward Charles Stebbing; m. 1907, Maud Evelyn, o.d. of late Colonel W. T. Brown, Indian Army, of Warboro’ House, South Devonshire; one s. educ: St. Paul’s School; Royal Indian Engineering College, Cooper’s Hill; Prize in Forest Entomology, 1892; Diploma in Forestry, 1893; Assistant Conservator of Forests, Indian Forest Service, 1893; Deputy Conservator, 1900; Forest Entomologist to the Government of India, 1901-02, and 1904-06; Acting Superintendent of the Indian Museum, Calcutta 1903; Forest Zoologist to Government of India and Member of Imperial Forest Research Institute and College, 1906-09; Hon. Editor, Indian Forester, 1903-07. Publications: Injurious Insects of Indian Forests, Departmental Notes on Forest Insects; Manual of Indian Forest Zoology; Insect Intruders in Indian Houses; Jungle By-ways in India; Stalks in the Himalaya; Indian Forest Insects of Economic Importance, 1914. Contributions to the Allahabad Pioneer, Calcutta, Englishman, Indian Field, Transactions of Linnaean and Zoological Societies, Asiatic Society of Bengal, Journal of Bombay Nat. History Society, Indian Forest Bulletins, Country Life, etc. Address: Hollycott, Lasswade, Midlothian. Club: East India United Service.