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 Madras Deaths 1838-39

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Transcribed byPeter Schofield

Surname  Beadnell    
First Names  Alfred    
Place  Secunderabad    
Year  1839    
Month  August    
Day  8    
Entry  BEADNELL � At Secunderabad, on the 8th August, after an illness of nine days, Lieutenant Alfred Beadnell, Adjutant 1st Battalion Artillery, a young officer of great talent and merit, whose premature fate is the source of the most poignant regret to all who had the pleasure of his acquaintance. He was an active and zealous officer, an amiable and accomplished gentleman, and a sincere and humble Christian, of a modest and retiring disposition, but ever alive to the calls of friendship, and anxious to render himself useful to his fellow creatures.    
Edition Year  1839    
Edition Date  Vol IV, No XXIV, December 1839    
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