General Stuart Milligan
Anderson
Male
England
1879-09-23
Kensington, London, England
1954-05-23
Dorset, England


About

Stuart Anderson was the brother of fellow lawn tennis player Kenneth B. Anderson. Stuart Anderson attended Westminster School in London before going up to Cambridge University.

From Alumni cantabrigienses:

Anderson, Stuart Milligan.–Admitted at Clare College, July 11, 1898. Son of Kenneth Lockwood, of Cromwell Road, Kensington, London. School, Westminster. Matriculated Michaelmas 1898. Entered the Army (Second Lieutenant, Royal Artillery, 1900; Lieutenant, 1901; Captain, 1910). Served in the South African War (Instructor, Field Artillery, Australian Common-wealth Military Forces, 1912). In the Great War, Major, Royal Artillery, 1914; Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel, 1918; mentioned in despatches; Distinguished Service Order (D.S.O.), 1917; American Distinguished Service Medal, and Legion of Honour, 5th Class. Retired with honorary rank of Brigadier-General, 1920. Director of the Exchange Telegraph Co., Ltd. Married and had issue.



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Archive statistics 1908 - 1924
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Tournaments South of France Championships - 1924 Isle of Wight Championships - 1910 Sandown - 1910 Southampton - 1910 Dorset County Championships - 1910 Hampshire Championships - 1908

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