The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Trevor, Sir Arthur Charles

Trevor, Sir Arthur Charles, K.C.S.I., (1898); C.S.I. (1895): I.C.S.; b. at Jellalabad, Afghanistan, 1841; s. of Captain R. S. Trevor; educ: at St. John’s School, and Trinity and Lincoln College, Oxford; came out to India and joined the Civil Service in Bombay, 1861; Collector of Customs, Bombay, 1879; Senior Collector. 1884; Collector of Salt Revenue, 1885; Commissioner of Customs, Salt, Opium, and Abkari, and Reportor-General of External Commerce, 1888; British Delegate for the Portuguese Treaty; Commissioner in Sind, 1890; Member of Council, Bombay, 1892; Member of the Supreme Council for Railways and Public Works, 1895-1901; m. Florence Mary; d. of late Colonel Cyril Jackson Prescott. 1867. Address: 6, Harcourt Terrace, West Brompton, S.W.