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 Deaths 1838-1839

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Date transcribed2019-04-04
Transcribed byD Edge, L Fretwell, J Birtles, A Goodchild, A Webb, E Nelson, C Sherwood, J Adler, D Freer, J Harrison, D Moore, A Hamblen and R Ryan
CommentDeaths extracted from the domestic occurrences mentioned in the 'Bombay Times and Journal of Commerce'

Surname  Letenmiah    
Given name(s)  Kauvaly Vencat    
Place  Masulipatam    
Year  1839    
month  May    
day  24    
Register Entry  At Masulipatam on the 24th instant Kauvaly Vencata Letenmiah, a very learned and respectable Brahamia, for many years the associate and friend of the late Colonel Mackenzie, Surveyor General on ???, in whose antiquarian research, Kauvaly Vencata Letenmiah took a deep interest and devoted himself to his favourite pursuits of his Patron with a degree of zeal and ardour that could not have been surpassed. His services ??? were highly appreciated by Government as to procure for him a pension of 120 Pagodas monthly, together with a P??? allowance and the Tumandor Jagheer, yielding an annual income of 6000 rupees. Kauvaly Vencata Letenmiah was well known and in correspondence with many of the learned in Europe, he was a member of the Royal Asiatic Society and President of the Hindoo Literary Society of this Presidency.    
Year  1839    
Edition Date  12 Jun    
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Birth, marriages and death entries extracted from the domestic occurrences mentioned in the 'Bombay Times and Journal of Commerce' which was the pre-cursor for the Times of India.
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