is of British origin whose connection with the Indian Subcontinent began in the late 1700s. Over the next 150 years various members of the family served in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), Burma (now Myanmar) and India. Before Indian Independence in 1947, Bob Wright’s father was in the Imperial Police Service (IPS) and Anne’s father was in the Indian Civil Service (ICS). For many years he served as Chief Secretary of what was then the Central Provinces.

Anne and her late husband Bob have spent virtually their entire lives in India, with an active and committed involvement in wildlife conservation. Belinda has followed in their footsteps and is now one of the leading wildlife activists in India, while her brother, Rupert, is a lawyer in the UK.
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Bob Wright      Anne Wright      Belinda Wright      Rupert Wright
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