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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  Smith    
First names  George    
Rank/ occupation  Banker & MP & member, East India direction    
Death date  26 Dec 1836    
Place of death  Near Croydon    
Source  Gentleman's Magazine    
View all other items of "Edition" with value "Mar 1837" in "Death Announcements 1832-1844" Edition  Mar 1837    
View all other items of "Page number" with value "319" in "Death Announcements 1832-1844" Page number  319    
Detail  [At his seat, Selsdon, aged 75. 5th son of Abel Smith of Nottingham, banker, MP, by Mary, dau. of Thomas Bird, esq. of Coventry. Was for many years a director of the EIC. He married 12 May 1792 Frances Mary, dau. of the late Sir John Parker Mosley, Bt., 9 sons & 6 daus.]    
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