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PostSubject: WELMAN, Maj.-Gen. William Henry Bowling Reeves,   Fri Nov 20, 2009 8:40 pm

WELMAN, Maj.-Gen. William Henry Bowling Reeves, C.B. 1879; b. 10 Oct. 1828; s. of late Major Harvey Welman of the 57th Regiment, a Peninsular officer who saw much service, 1809-15, present at many battles and sieges; m. 1857, Sarah, d. of Ralph Hicks of Suir View, Co. Waterford. Educ.: Australia. Entered service, 1847; Captain, 1857; Major, 1865; Lt.-Col. 1875; Colonel, 1880; retired as Major- General, 1882; served in India, China, Australia, and the Cape; commanded 99th Regiment through- out the Zulu War. Decorated for service in the field in the Zulu War. Address : Ardvarne, Godalming, Surrey.
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