|Died||1950 (aged 71–72) (aged 71 or 72)|
|Commands held||Commander of British Troops in China|
Second Boer War|
World War I
Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath|
Companion of the Order of St Michael and St George
Commander of the Order of the British Empire
Distinguished Service Order
He also served in World War I and then went to the North West Frontier in India in 1920. He became Colonel Commandant of the 7th Indian Infantry Brigade in 1923. He was appointed Commander of British Troops in the Shanghai Area of China in 1927 and Commander of British Troops in China in 1932. He retired in 1938.
He retired to Lowood House in Rockshaw Road in Reigate.
|Commander of British Troops in China
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