| Madras Army|
| May 3, 1893|
Order of the Bath
James Charlemagne Dormer Wikipedia
Lieutenant General The Honourable Sir James Charlemagne Dormer (26 January 1834 – 3 May 1893) was a British Army officer.
Dormer was the younger son of Joseph Thaddeus Dormer, 11th Baron Dormer. He became Chief of Staff of army of occupation in Egypt in 1882, Deputy Adjutant-General for auxiliary forces in 1885 and General Officer Commanding commanding Dublin District in 1886. He went to command the troops in Egypt in 1888 and become Commander-in-Chief of the Madras Army and a Member of the Council of the Governor of Fort St George in 1891. He died after being mauled by a tiger while commanding the Madras Army. His eldest son Roland succeeded his uncle as Baron Dormer.