Bailey, F.M. (Frederick Marshman), 1882-1967

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1901-1903 17th Bengal Lancers; 1903-1905 32nd Sikh Pioneers; 1903-1904 British Tibet Expedition; 1904-1905 exploration party to western Tibet; 1905 Indian Political Department; 1905-1909 British trade agent at Gyantse; 1912 Gill Memorial, Royal Geographical Society; 1914 Macgregor Medal, Royal United Service Institution; 1915-1916 Indian Expeditionary Force; 1915 CIE; 1917-1918 political officer, Mesopotamia and Persia; 1918-1920 Mission in central Asia; 1920 Livingstone Gold medal, Royal Geographical Society; 1921-1932 political officer Sikkim; 1930-1932 political agent, central India; 1932-1933 resident in Kashmir; 1935-1938 envoy extraordinary and minister plenipotentiary at the court of Nepal; 1939-1942 Home Guard, in charge of the north Norfolk auxiliary units; 1942-1943 King's messenger in Central and South America

Epithet: army officer, explorer and naturalist

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Place Name Admin Code Country
Mashhad, Iran
Sikkim, Asia
Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Central Asia, Asia
Mount Everest, Tibet
Russia, Europe, Asia
Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Chinese Turkestan, China
Himalaya Mountains, Tibet
Turkestan, Asia
Nepal, Asia
Japan, Asia
Central Asia, Asia
Gilgit, Kashmir
Russia, Europe, Asia
Tibet, Asia
Kashgar, China
Rawalpindi, Punjab
Mishmi Hills, Assam and Burma
Thailand, Asia
Aligarh, United Provinces
Cambodia, Asia
Charsadda, North-West Frontier Province
Bhutan, Asia
North-East Frontier, India
North-West Frontier Province, India
China, Asia
Transcaspia, Central Asia
Assam, India
Dibang River, Assam
Sikkim, Asia
Central Asia, Asia
Tashkent, Uzbekistan
Satna, Rewa State, Central India
Nepal, Asia


Birth 1882-02-03

Death 1967-04-17



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SNAC ID: 74104593