1773 - 1845
Prendergast, educ. Harding's sch., Trinity Place, Dublin. Of 23 Grafton Street, London, formerly in the service of the Hon. E.India Co. (1792-1826), Bombay C.S. M.P. for Lymington, Hants. (10 June 1826 (second member)) , Chiltern Hundreds (9 July 1827) ; Judge & Magistrate at Broach, Collector of Customs, General Reporter of Commerce, Bombay, India; 2nd Judge (Circuit & Appeal), Surat, subs. Chief of Surat, India; Member of Bombay Supreme Council, etc., India. Irish peer. East India Register and Directory 1810. Date = Season of appointment. PRENDERGAST, Guy Lenox, Senior Merchant.judge and magistrate at Broach.1792 Who is this James A.? Miscellaneous Bonds Number Of Bond 8201 Year Of Bond 1831 Surname Prendergast Full Names James A. Prendergast Description Cadet Presidency Military Seminary Description Of Instrument Bond Date Of Instrument 13 Jul 1831 Amount Of Security £200 Sureties Will'm H. Leith, Mansion House Place, Merchant. Guy L. Prendergast, Grafton Street, Esquire. Transcribed By Fibis Volunteers Source Information LDS Film Refernce None IOR Reference Z/O/1/11 Source Name Miscellaneous Bonds, Nos. 7916-10470 1831-1846 Source Year 1831 Source Presidency General ----------- PRO: Recommendation for Award for Prendergast, Guy Lenox Rank: Major Service No: 32106 Regiment: Royal Armoured Corps Award: Distinguished Service Order 1942 WO 373/20 ------------ MP for Lymington (1890). ----------- http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=zwQMic2KyAwC&pg=PA89&lpg=PA89&dq=%2 2Guy+lenox+prendergast%22&source=bl&ots=OnnVe704La&sig=ujZ5pAwkhgCIz1n DhMhId5RaCL4&hl=en&ei=vTbVTqP4L4eu8QOYoZyvAg&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=re sult&resnum=8&ved=0CE4Q6AEwBzgK#v=onepage&q=%22Guy%20lenox%20prenderga st%22&f=false Reports ... together with the minutes of evidence ... By Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Select committee on the East India company p95 The Guy Lenox Prendergast Esq is called in; and, having been sworn, is examined as follows: (By counsel)- I believe you are in the service of the East India Company? - I am. On what establishment? - On the Bombay establishment. How long did you go out to India? - I went out in 1793. How long have you been returned toi this country? - A little better than two years. In what parts of India did you reside? - The greater part of the timein the Guzerat country. And the rest of the time where? - In Bombay p.96 In what capacity did youre side in the Guzerat country? - I was in 1793 appointed resident at Broach during Scindah(Sp?) government there and I remained in that situation seven years, until the commencement of the warfare in Guzerat in 1802, when I was appointed paymaster to the troops in the field in Guzerat; at the close of teh warfare I was appointed judge and magistrate and revenue commissioner for settling the revenue affairs of that newly conquered countrym in whiuch capacity I remained for five years, and until I left India a little better than two years ago.
|Born: 8th Jun 1773||Baptised: Clonmel, , , 12th Jun 1773 |
|Died: 23 Grafton Street, London, , , England 21st Feb 1845 ||Buried: family vault, Bidborough nr Tunbridge Wells, Kent, , England Feb 1845 |