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 Soldiers Pension Details - 1896

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Date transcribed2009-00-00
Transcribed byPeter Rogers
CommentThe following data were taken in 1896 as a 'snapshot' of Pensioners who were formerly in service in India with the East India Company's Armies and/of the Indian Army. These data are transcribed from IOR/L/MIL/14/214

Note that many of the entries were made by persons with lack of knowledge of placenames or other details unfamiliar to better education. Accordingly, some of the spelling is not 'standard'!

IOR Reference  L/MIL/14/214 f.18    
Surname  Bathgate    
First Name(s)  Henry    
Record Date  17-Jul    
Record Year  1896    
Address  (Witnesed - Pendleton.)    
Born  Sir B. Heywoods Lodge,Eccles Old Rd.Nr.Manchester. 16th.November 1819.     
Trade  Farrier.    
Enlisted  Queens Head,Tower Hill,London. (1840).    
Regiment(s)  3rd.Troop,2nd.Brigade, Bengal Horse Artillery.    
Served Under  Capt.& Brevet Majors Christie & Rendlesides.    
Discharged  East India House 10 June 1857 (Pd.10th.June.).    
Cause of Discharge  Enlagement of the liver.    
Medals  Punjab Medal & Bars.    
Regimental Number  301    
Wounds or Distinguishing Marks  None.    
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In 1896 the Military Pension authorities determined to take a 'snapshot' of ex-soldiers of the EIC & Indian Armies who were receiving a pension in Europe. This snapshot provides very interesting details of the careers of each soldier and each widow receiving a pension.
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