the second son of captain Jacob William Hinde of the 15th Hussars and Harriet, daughter of the Rev. Thomas Youde and grand-daughter of Jenkin Lloyd, of Clochfaen, Llangurig, Montgomeryshire, he was christened at Ruabon on 30 May 1820, his parents being described as being of Pen-y-bryn. In 1840 he entered the service of the East India Company. From 1853 to 1857 he served as a lieutenant colonel under Omar Pasha who was in command of the Turkish army in the war between Russia and Turkey. He received several decorations. On returning to India in 1857 he was appointed to a command in the state of Rewah and distinguished himself in the great mutiny of 1858. He died at Brussels, 15 May 1870, and was buried in the cemetery of Ixelle. [See also under Lloyd, J. Y. W. ].
Published date: 1959
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