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Arthur Moffat Lang (1832- )
1915 Indian Biographical Dictionary
Lang, Colonel Arthar Moffat, C.B., 1908, R.E. (retired); e.s. of Arthur Lang, I.C.S., of West Hill; b. 1832; edtic: Rugby; Cheltenham; and the Military College at Addiscombe; joined Army, 1852; was thrice married; served in Indian Mutiny, 1857-58 (despatches 4 times, medal, 3 clasps); became Colonel, 1881; held appointments in both Military and Civil branches of the P.W.D.; was Principal, Engineering College, Roorki; Deputy Inspector-General for Fortifications; was Chief Engineer in Beluchistan, Burma, and the N W. Provinces; retired, 1889. Address: Box Grove Lodge, Guildford, Surrey