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 Stirling Observer 1857
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Extract from the Stirling Observer of 10 September 1857 which lists a number of persons arriving in Calcutta after having escaped the mutineers. The majority are women and children.

Most arrived from cities higher up the Ganges but some known escapees are also listed.
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Escapees from the Mutiny 1857
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click to view detail Watson   2 Misses Bhagulpore
click to view detail Hunter   2 Misses Ghazeepore
click to view detail Homfrays   2 Misses Ghazeepore
click to view detail Unspecified   3 children Benares
click to view detail Bandmaster   Bandmaster, H.M. 84th & wife Benares
click to view detail Ramsay   Brigadier Gwalior
click to view detail Cunningham   Captain Dinapore
click to view detail Longueville Clark   Captain Gwalior
click to view detail Hardcastle   Captain  
click to view detail Gleig   Captain & Mrs & 3 Children Bhagulpore
click to view detail Ferris   Captain & Mrs & 3 Children Gwalior
click to view detail Morgan   Captain & Mrs. Fyzabad
click to view detail Meade   Captain & Mrs. & 2 Children Gwalior
click to view detail Murray   Captain & Mrs. & Child Gwalior
click to view detail Nuthall   Captain & Mrs.& 2 Children & European Servant Benares
click to view detail Simpson   Colonel & Lady Allahabad
click to view detail Reid   Colonel, H.M. 64th Allahabad
click to view detail M'Kellar   Dr. Gwalior
click to view detail Grant   Dr.  
click to view detail Grose Alexander Dr. Monhyr
click to view detail Hirst Charles Dr. Monhyr
click to view detail Britingham   Dr. & Lady Allahabad
click to view detail Corbin   Dr. & Mrs. & Child  
click to view detail Minas   Dr. & Mrs. & Child  
click to view detail Case   Ensign  
click to view detail Browne   Ensign, 56 th N.I. , the only one supposed to have escaped that fearful slaughter.  
click to view detail Kennedy   General & Mrs. Benares
click to view detail Smalley   Lieutenant Gwalior
click to view detail Hutchinson   Lieutenant Ghazeepore
click to view detail Anderson   Lieutenant  
 
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