JAMES BALFOUR OGILVY, Bengal Civil Service, m. 1833, Anne, only daughter of Thomas KINLOCH, of Kilrie, co. Forfar, and dying 14th July, 1848, left issue,
I. ARTHUR JAMES, now of Inverquharity, Richmond, Tasmania, the subject of this memoir.
William Lewis Kinoch, C.B., assistant adjutant-general Cork district, Ireland, from 1888, late Colonel 2nd Battalion Royal Rifle Corps (formerly the 60th Rilles) ; b. 30th April, 1840. He was appointed ensign, 18th June, 1857 ; lieutenant, 15th June, 1858 ; captain, llth December; 1866, major, 21st August, 1878 ; lieutenant-colonel, 1st July, 1881 ; and colonel, 1st July, 1885. He served in the Zulu war of 1879; with the 3rd Battalion 60th Rifles in the Boer war of 1881 ; and in the Egyptian war of 1882 with the same battalion ; was present in the engagement at Tel-el-Mabula, at Kassassin, and was in command of the battalion at the battle of Tel-cl- Kebir (medal with clasp, fourth class of the Osmanieh, and Khedive's star) ; served with the 3rd Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps in the Soudan expedition under Sir Gerald Graham in 1884, was appointed commandant
of the base at Trinkitnt, and was present in the action at Temai (mentioned in despatches, third class of the Mcdjidie, and two clasps). Colonel Ogilvy m. 22nd October, 1880,
Lucy, elder daughter of William WICKHAM, of Binstead Wyck, Altor, Hants, and has issue, Charlotte Helen, b. 22nd August, 1893