|Alexander George Arbuthnot|
30 November 1873|
|Spouse||Olive Mary Hay|
|Relatives||Son of General Sir Charles George Arbuthnot; Nephew of Sir Alexander John Arbuthnot, KCSI|
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Born in Woolwich in Kent, he was the son of General Sir Charles George Arbuthnot and nephew of Sir Alexander John Arbuthnot. He served with the 24th Battery, Royal Field Artillery. Having entered the army in 1893, he became Captain in 1900 and Major in 1910. Arbuthnot fought in the First World War, where he was mentioned in despatches five times and was awarded the Distinguished Service Order. He was further honoured with the Serbian Order of the Star of Karageorge.. He was an honorary game warden of Kenya .
- (1908) in Sir James Balfour Paul: The Scots Peerage. founded on Wood's Edition of Sir Robert Douglas's 'Peerage of Scotland'.
- London Gazette 26457
- For his death, 3 May 1961, see Kenya Gazette 17 Oct 1961
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