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The Bengal obituary, or, A record to perpetuate the memory of departed worth

being a compilation of tablets and monumental inscriptions from various parts of the Bengal and Agra Presidencies : to which is added biographical sketches and memoirs of such as have pre-eminently distinguished themselves in the history of British India, since the formation of the European settlement to the present time
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Epitaphs, Colonialism, Obitu
Statementby Holmes and Co
ContributionsChaplin, Thomas Hancock Arnold (Former owner), Archer, Mildred (Foreword by), Royal College of Physicians of London
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To which is added biographical sketches and memoirs of such as have preeminently distinquished themselves in history of British India, since the   The Bengal Obituary; Or, a Record to Perpetuate the Memory of Departed Worth, Being a Compilation of Tablets and Monumental Inscriptions from Various Parts of the Bengal and Agra Presidencies to which is Added Biographical Sketches and Memoirs such as Have Pre-Eminently Distinguished Themselves in the History of British India, since the In the obituary (included below), Orson Spencer writes his wife's name as Catherine Curtis Spencer.

In their daughter Aurelia Spencer Rogers' book, LIFE SKETCHES OF ORSON SPENCER, Aurelia spells the names of her mother and sisters as Catharine. On this memorial we have left her name as her husband, Orson Spencer Abstract. David Arnold has drawn attention to the ways in which accounts of European death in eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century India, and of what he te   Henry Burney (27 February – 4 March ) or Hantri Barani (Thai: หันตรีบารนี) in Thai, was a British commercial traveller and diplomat for the British East India parents were Richard Thomas Burney (–), headmaster of the Orphan School at Kidderpore, and Jane Burney (–), and he was a nephew of the English writer Frances Burney ( Full text of "Peirce genealogy: being the record of the posterity of John Pers, an early inhabitant of Watertown, in New England with notes on the history of other families of Peirce, Pierce, Pearce, etc." See other   William Wilberforce Bird (–) was a British colonial administrator who served as Deputy-Governor of Bengal Presidency and, inas the acting Governor General of India.

William Wilberforce Bird had the same name as his father, who was Member of Parliament for was born in and educated in Warwick and Geneva before being nominated to join the British East (governor).

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Thankappan Nair (; Calcutta, ), 2 (trans.: ‘In the hands of God Almighty, Job Charnock, English. His tombstone, near to that of his son, was erected “to record his worth both in his public and private character, and as a mark of personal esteem—h.

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