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 Death Announcements 1845-1854

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Surname  Browne    
First names  James de Burgh    
Rank / occupation  Lord & Lieutenant    
View all other items of "Unit" with value "10th Hussars" in "Death Announcements 1845-1854" Unit  10th Hussars    
Death date  Apr 1847    
Place of death  On board the Precursor near Suez    
Source  Gentleman's Magazine    
Date  July 1847    
Page number  110    
Detail  On board the Precursor, near Suez, on his return from Calcutta, aged 24, Lord James de Burgh Browne, brother and heir presumptive to the Marquess of Sligo. He was of St Mary Magdalene coll. Camb. Hon. M.A. 1844. In July 1843 he entered the army as Cornet in the 9th Lancers, and was engaged in the war of the Punjaub; in May 1846 he succeeded to a Lieutenancy, and exchanged to the 10th Hussars. He was one of the aides-de-camp of Lord Gough. His body was buried at Suez.    
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