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 Death Announcements 1845-1854

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Surname  Muttlebury    
First names  George    
Rank / occupation  Colonel    
View all other items of "Unit" with value "69th Regiment" in "Death Announcements 1845-1854" Unit  69th Regiment    
Death date  11 Jan 1854    
Place of death  Maida Hill    
Source  Gentleman's Magazine    
Date  Feb 1854    
Page number  202    
Detail  [Pages 202-203. Aged 78. Descended from a good Somersetshire family. Born at Brighton. Joined the 55th Regiment as an ensign. As a captain of the 69th he sailed for the East Indies in 1804, where he remained until 1807, when ill-health drove him home. In 1818 as a colonel went to Madras with the 69th, where he remained until 1821, ""holding for a short time command of the provinces of Malabar and Canara; but ill health again compelled him to leave India, and he was put on board ship in an apparently dying condition. He rallied however during the voyage home.""]    
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