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Lyall, Sir Alfred Comyn.
Hon. LL.D., 1891.
Hon. Fellow of King's, Dec. 6, 1893 (the first to be elected). Rede Lecturer, 1891.
Second s. of the Rev. Alfred (above). B. Jan. 4, 1835, at Coulsdon, Surrey.
School, Eton.
C.B., 1879; K.C.B., 1881; K.C.I., 1887; G.C.I.E., 1896.
P.C., 1902.
Hon. D.C.L. Oxford, 1902.
Nominated to Bengal Civil Service, 1853.
Home Secretary to Govt.
of India, 1873; Foreign Secretary to Govt.
of India, 1881.
Lieut.-Governor of N.W. Provinces, and Chief Commissioner of Oudh, 1882-7; retired, 1887.
Member of Council of Secretary of State for India, 1888-1902.
Married, 1862, Cornelia Arnoldina, dau. of Peter Clo&emul;te, and had issue.
Author, Verses written in India; British Dominion in India; Asiatic Studies; Life of Warren Hastings; Natural Religion in India, etc.
Died Apr. 10, 1911, at Freshwater.
(King's Coll. Reg.; D.N.B.; Who was Who; Burke, L.G.; Cambridge Review, XII. 380-1.)
Sir Alfred Comyn LYALL
Approx. lifespan: 1835–1911
Hon.LLD 1891
Hon. Fellow of King's College : 1893:12:06
(the first to be elected)
Rede Lecturer: 1891
Second s. of Re LYALL v. Alfred (above)
b. Coulsdon, Surrey , 1835:01:04
Sch: Eton
CB 1879
KCB 1881
K.C.I. 1887
GCIE 1896
P.C.: 1902
Hon. < > DCL , ((pl) ))[+ci]OX[-ci] 1902
Nominated to Bengal , India , Civil Service 1853
Home Sec. to: : Government of India , 1873
Foreign Sec. to: : Government of India , 1881
Lieutenant-Governor of: : N.W. Provinces [India], , and
Chief Commissioner of: : Oudh [India], 1882-87 ; retired1887
Member of: Council of
Sec. of State: for India , 1888-1902
m. 1862,Cornelia Arnoldina dau. of Peter CLO ëte.
had issue
Publ.: Verses written India , ; British Dominion India , ; Asiatic Studies; Life of Warren Hastings; Natural Religion India , etc.
d. 1911:04:10 at Freshwater, [Isle of Wight],
( King's College Reg.; D.N.B.; Who was Who ; Burke, L.G.; CB Rev.iew, XII. 380-1)