Arthur Henry Dopping Creagh was born on 29 April, 1866, son of Major-General William Creagh, Indian Army, and grandson of Major-General Sir Michael Creagh, K.H., 86th and 11th Foot.
He was educated at Newton Abbot College and R.M.C. Sandhurst, and was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant in the Worcestershire Regiment in 1887.
He joined the Indian Army the following year and was attached to the 21st Bombay Infantry 1890-1907.
He joined the 107th Pioneers as 2nd in command in 1907, and the 128th Pioneers, in the same capacity, in 1909, and was Commandant of the regiment from 1911 to 1920.
He served in the operations in Mekran, 1898; during the Great War in Egypt and the Canal Zone 1914-15, and in Mesopotamia 1915-16 (wounded three times, mentioned in despatches twice, C.M.G., Serbian White Eagle with swords). He was promoted Colonel in 1917, retired in 1920, and died on 27 November, 1941
|Name||Arthur Henry Dopping Creagh|
|Birth||29 April, 1866|
|Death||27 November, 1941|
|Edward Creaghasdasds||Sep 03 1954|
|Ralph Creaghasdasds||Aug 23 1864||Jan 27 1904|