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Major General Sir Frederick Abbott CB, by Camille Silvy, 1862. NPG Ax58449 Sir Frederick Abbott CB (13 June 1805 – 4 November 1892) was an British army officer and engineer of the East India Company. Contents 1 Background 2 Career 3 Family 4 Sources 5 References Background Frederick was born at Little Court, Buntingford, Hertfordshire, the second son of Henry Alexius Abbott, a retired Calcutta merchant of Blackheath, Kent, [1] and his wife Margaret Welsh, the daughter of William Welsh of Edinburgh. He had the following siblings: Margaret (1801-1877) Major-General Augustus Abbott, CB (1804 - 1867) General Sir James Abbott , KCB (1807 -1896 ) Emma Abbott (1809 - 1875) Major General Saunders Alexius Abbott (1811 -1894 ) Keith Edward Abbott , Consul General(1814–1873) Edmund Abbott (1816 - 1816)[2] Career After finishing his education, Abbott was posted to India with the Bengal Engineers in 1823. He served in the First Burmese War, and in 1825 distinguished himself in the Battle of Prome, where he was wounded. After serving at in different locations in India, he took part as chief engineer in the First Anglo-Afghan War. Here he was ordered to destroy the great bazaar of Kabul as a retribution for the murder of a British officer, an action he later regretted. In 1841, Abbott was appointed superintending engineer of the north-western provinces of Bengal. He fought in the First Anglo-Sikh War in 1846, and took part in the Battle of Sobraon, for which he was awarded a Companion of the Order of the Bath. He retired one year later and took over as lieutenant-governor of Addiscombe Military Academy in 1851.[2] Abbott became a knight bachelor in 1854 and was promoted to major-general in 1858.[2] After the college was closed in 1861, he served on different royal commissions. Family In 1835, he married Frances Cox, da. of Lt.Col. Cox, Royal Artillery, and widow of Lt.Col. Hubert de Burgh.[2] Abbott died in Branksome Park, Bournemouth in 1892. [3]His wife and daughter both predeceased him. Sources Oxford Dictionary of National Biography References ^ Dod's Peerage 1860, p.79 ^ a b c d Dod, Robert P. (1860). The Peerage, Baronetage and Knightage of Great Britain and Ireland. London: Whitaker and Co.. pp. 79.  ^ Walford, Edward. The County Families of the UK, London, 1891, p.1 R. H. Vetch; Rev. Roger T. Stearn (2004). "Abbott, Sir Frederick (1805–1892)". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press. http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/15. Retrieved 20 March 2007.  Persondata Name Abbott, Frederick Alternative names Short description Date of birth 13 June 1805 Place of birth Date of death 4 November 1892 Place of death