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HomeContents > People > Photographers > Alfred Woodrow Stanley Wingate

Dates:  1861, 3 May - 1938, 23 August
 
  

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John Falconer, British Library 
A Biographical Dictionary of 19th Century Photographers in South and South-East Asia

 
Amateur, China
Colonel, Indian Army
Youngest son of Rev. William Wingate; ed. Royal Naval School, New Cross and Military College, Sandhurst; m. Lititia Beryl, daughter of Major General Louis H. E. Tucker, by whom he had one son and one daughter; entered Royal Warwickshire Regiment 1881; Indian Staff Corps 1884; 14th Murray’s Jat Lancers 1886; travelled from Beijing to Burma 1898-99; 1st Chinese Regiment of Infantry and S.O. to Governor of Wei-hai-wei 1899-1900; served at Reliefs of Tientsin and Peking 1900 (mentioned in despatches); on General Staff in charge of Intelligence Department, North China 1901-06; Commandant, 14th Lancers 1907-09; Head of Intelligence Branch, Indian Army Headquarters 1910-11; Assistant Quartermaster General, Secunderabad Division 1911-13 (retired).
 
During his trip across China Wingate took a number of photographs, 17 of which appear in his A short account of a journey in Yün-nan. From 8th February to 8th April 1899 (Government Central Printing Office, Simla, 1900). 
  
 
  

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