KING, Cuthbert

KING, Cuthbert. 1??? — 19??. British Civil Servant in India. M.A. Served in the North-West. Deputy Commissioner (1935) and Commissioner of Rawalpindi Division (1946). C.I.E. 1946. Mentioned as living 1958. Married. Interested in numismatics. Publications: “Rock Drawings on the Indus”, Man 40, 1940, 65-68, 9 fig. Sources: Stray notes in Internet.

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KINCAID, William

KINCAID, William. 30.10.1831 — Bournemouth 11.2.1909. British Colonial Officer in India. From 1849 Ensign in Madras Army. Appointed to adjust boundary disputes in Bhopal agency, 1864. From 1866 Assistant Political Agent in Bundelkhand, 1876 Political Agent in Bhopal and 1879 in Bhopawar, now also commandant of Malwa Bhil Corps. From…

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KINCAID, Dennis

KINCAID, Dennis Charles Alexander. 16.10.1905 — 10.6.1937. British Civil Servant in India. Son of —> Ch. A. Kincaid. From 1924 studied at Oxford (Balliol College). Arrived at Bombay in 1928. Drowned. Publications: Shivaji: The Grand Rebel. 19??. – British social life in India, 1608-1937. 362 p. L. 1938. – Two novels about India…

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KENNEDY, James (father)

KENNEDY, James. 1815 — 1899. Rev. British (Scottish) Missionary in India. M.A. In 1839-77 worked for London Missionary Society in Benares and Kumaon. Then minister of Portobello in Scotland. Married 1840 Margaret Stephen Walker (1814–1891, known as one of the first zenana missionaries), at least six children, i.al. younger —>…

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KEBLE, William Thomas

KEBLE, William Thomas. Dunstall, Burton On Trent, Staffordshire 4.8.1901 — Victoria, British Columbia 19.10.1965. British Teacher in Sri Lanka. Son of Rev. Thomas Charles K. and Hilda Mary Jeffcock. Studies at Oxford, B.A. and M.A. In 1923 to Ceylon, worked as teacher. In 1942 founded an up-country school in Bandarawela…

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KEARNS, James Fleming

KEARNS, James Fleming. Ireland 1825 — Tanjore 1877. Rev. British Missionary in India. In 1849 to India as lay missionary, ordained priest 1856. Worked 1856-73 for the Society for Propagation of the Gospel at Puthiamputhur, Tinnevelly, then in charge of Tanjore mission. Publications: Tribes of South India; a sketch of their…

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KAUFFMANN, Hans E.

KAUFFMANN, Hans Eberhard. Mannheim 1899 — 1985. German Anthropologist. After WW I his parents moved to Switzerland and he lived in Zürich until 1953. In the 1930s he organized a Swiss fascist students group. He studied anthropology under Heine-Geldern at Vienna, but made his Ph.D. 1934 at Zürich. In 1953…

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JUNGMANN, Josef

JUNGMANN, Josef  Jakub. Hudlice, Beroun district, Bohemia 16.7.1773 — Prague 14.11.1847. Czech Linguist and Poet, one of the Leaders of Czech National Revival. Son of a German father and Czech mother, brother of —> A. J. Jungmann. After school in Prague studied from 1795 literature and from 1799 law at…

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JUNGBLUT, Leonhard J.

JUNGBLUT, Leonhard J. 1906 — Bombay 1979. Rev. Father, S.V.D. Dutch Catholic Missionary in India. As a young man in the 1930s member of Indore mission, worked on Bhils. Anthropological fieldwork in 1938-39. Publications: A Short Bhili Grammar of Jhabua State and Adjoining Territories. 92 p. Mhow 1938 (meant for missionaries).…

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JOYCE, Thomas Athol

JOYCE, Thomas Athol. London 4.8.1878 — Wroxham, Norfolk 3.1.1942. British Anthropologist. Son of a newspaper editor. Educated at Dulwich College. Studies at Oxford (Hertford College, M.A. 1902), then worked in British Museum. In WW I in intelligence service in War Office. In 1927 field expedition to Mayan sites in British…

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