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From: "Marny Howe" <>
Subject: [INDIA] Money
Date: Fri, 13 Feb 2009 16:19:57 +0900
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MONEY, WILLIAM JAMES (1832- )
I.C.S.: educated at Haileybury, 1850-2: went out to Bengal in the Civil
Service, 1853: Civil Officer with the troops in the Sonthal rebellion,
1855: Private Secretary to Sir James Outram (q.v.) during the mutiny: at
the relief of Lucknow and Alambagh: Magistrate and Collector of Cuttack,
1861-6: District and Sessions Judge, 1873: retired, 1879: C.S.I., 1869.

MONEY, ELLIOT ALEXANDER (1843- )
Born Aug. 16, 1843: son of W. Money, B.C.S.: entered the Indian Army,
1860, and the Indian Staff Corps, 1869: served in the Panjab Cavalry, and
Corps of Guides, 1869-87: A.A.G., Panjab, 1887-90: commanded the 3rd
Bengal Cavalry, 1891-4: D.A.G., India, 1894-97: oficiated in command of
Allahabad, Assam and Agra Districts, 1897-9: C.B. 1897.

MONEY, SIR ALONZO (1823-1900)
I.C.S,: son of George Money, Master of the Supreme Court, Calcutta:
educated at Haileybury: went out to Lower Bengal, 1843: in the mutiny, as
Magistrate-Collector of Gaya, returned to the station when ordered away,
saved the treasure at great personal risk, escorted it to Calcutta:
constantly engaged with the rebels in Bihar: C.B., 1860: Commissioner of
Bhagalpur, 1863: Member of the Board of Revenue, 1869, and of the Bengal
Legislative Council: left India, 1877: English Commissioner of the Pulic
Debt of Egypt from 1880: K.C.M.G., 1898: died at Cairo, April 7, 1900.

Dictionary of Indian Biography by C.E. Buckland


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