Date Published: 1913
Edition: 1st Edition
Binding: No binding
11 x 7 inch card photo is mounted to, embossed and name and date written. Albumen photo is 5-3/8 x 2-11/16 inches fully mounted to the beige mounting card.
E. Homan Mulock Xmas 1913 with blind embossed logo under photo and was in a folder labeled Auxiliary Portrait Studios, Westminster, SW. Photo has some minor ghosting otherwise in very good condition.
Research indicates the subject is Edward Homan Mulock (1881-1946) and thus was 32 years old when this photo was taken. The early origins of the Mullock/Mulock are Irish, a well-established local family probably based within the territories of the Dal-Araidhe, modern day Northern Ireland. Only son of Francis Berry Homan Mulock JP, of Ballycumber, King’s County. Born on 20th October 1881 and educated at Wellington College and St. John’s College, Oxford (or Trinity College, Cambridge). Appointed as a Student Interpreter for the Consular Service in the Ottoman Dominions, Persia, Greece and Morocco on 17th October 1904 (London Gazette 1st November 1904). Successive appointments included: HM Vice-Consul at Alexandria, 1st January 1910 (London Gazette 18th January 1910); HM Vice-Consul at Saffi, 11th March 1912 (London Gazette 26th March 1912); HM Vice-Consul at Laraiche, 28th November 1913 (London Gazette 9th January 1914); HM Commercial Agent for Egypt 14th May 1919 (London Gazette 27th June 1919); HM Commercial Secretary for Egypt and the Sudan, 12th February 1924 (London Gazette 22nd February 1924); Commercial Secretary to HM Legation, Budapest, 4th May 1929 (London Gazette 31st May 1929); HM Commercial Secretary at British Embassy, Rome with local commission as commercial counsellor, 1st August 1931 (London Gazette 18th September 1931). Edward Homan-Mulock retired from the Consular Service in 1932 and died in 1946. He married Elsie Mabel Henderson, daughter of Henry Joseph Henderson of the Indian Imperial Police Force. Quoted from the bomford dot net web site.