76 NOTEWORTHY FAMILIES
General Sir Charles Warren (b. 1840), K.C.B., G. C. M . G., R. E., F.R.S. Conducted excavations at Jerusalem, and reconnaissance of Palestine for the Pal. Expi. Fund, 1867-1870; Administrator and Commander-in-Chief, Griqualand West; commanded troops Northern Border Expedition, 1879; Bechuanaland Expedition, 1884-1885 ; Suakim, 1886 ; Commissioner Metropolitan Police, i 886-1888 ; commanded troops Straits Settlements, 1889-1894 ; Lieutenant-General in command of 5th Div. South African Field Force, 1899-1goo. Author of works concerning the archaeology of Jerusalem ; also of " On Veldt in the Seventies," and of
The Ancient Cubit and Our Weights and Measures."-[" Who's Who."]
• fa, John Warren (1767-1838), Dean of Bangor, N.W.
• fa bro, Frederick Warren (1775-I848), ViceAdmiral ; defeated Danish gunboat flotilla in the Belt, 1809 ; Commander-in-Chief at the Cape, 1831-1834 ; Admiral-Superintendent at Plymouth, 1837-1841.-[`c Dict. N. Biog."]
• fa bro, Pelham Warren (1778-1835), M. D., F.R.S., Physician at St. George's Hosp. ; Harveian orator, 1826 ; Physician to the King.-[" Dict. N. Biog."]
fit, Sir Charles Warren (1798-1866), K.C.B., Major-General ; served in India, 1840-1848 ; in