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 Death Announcements 1832-1844

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Date transcribed2000-00-00
Transcribed bySteve Van Dulken
CommentDeath announcements from the "Gentleman's Magazine", a journal which is available on Google Books. Any deaths in India, or of deaths elsewhere where there was a mentioned link with India, are included. In a few lengthy obituaries the contents have been summarised by using square brackets.

Surname  Mackintosh    
First names  James    
Rank/ occupation  Commissioner for the Affairs of India & M.P. & Sir    
Death date  30 May 1832    
Place of death  London    
Source  Gentleman's Magazine    
View all other items of "Edition" with value "July 1832" in "Death Announcements 1832-1844" Edition  July 1832    
View all other items of "Page number" with value "81" in "Death Announcements 1832-1844" Page number  81    
Detail  [At his house in Langham-place, aged 69, the Right Hon. Sir James Mackintosh, Knt. a Privy Councillor, one of the Commissioners for the affairs of India, M.P. for Knaresborough, and D.C.L. Born in Inverness, 1765, son of Capt. John Mackintosh, professor of general polity and the laws at the East India College at Hertford, returned from India in Nov. 1811 with a severe illness and retired as a Recorder with a pension of £1200 from the EIC, 3 daughters by first marriage, one married Claudius John Rich, Resident at Bagdad, one married Sir William Wiseman, Bt. at Bagdad, the third married Mr Erskine of Bombay]    
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