CROMPTON, Charles Arthur. Cork, Munster 21.10.1848 — Cherat near Peshawar 6.7.1875. British (Irish) Colonial Officer in India. Educated in England, entered army in 1869. Noted as a rugby player. Now soon to India, joined Royal Engineers. As Lieutenant served Bengal Sappers and Miners in Roorkee, sent to North-West Frontier. The cause of his early death was an abscess of the liver.

Publications: “The Buddhist Ruins at Jamalgarhi”, IA 3, 1874, 142-144 (now in northern Pakistan).

Sources: Wikipedia with photo (included as a rugby player).

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