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PostSubject: Re: Ernest Henry Manningham Buller   Wed Apr 16, 2014 2:52 pm

Manningham Buller Family memorial

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All Saints Church
New Rd
Dilhorne
STAFFORDSHIRE
England
ST10 2PQ





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"COOTE MANNINGHAM BULLER born September 14th 1829 served in the Rifle Brigade in the Kaffir wars/ Of 1848 and of 1851 and in the Crimean campaign he was present at the battle of Alma and/ Inkerman severely wounded and at the siege of Sebastopol. Died April 3rd 1868 Major./ REGINALD JOHN MANNINGHAM BULLER Born February 21st 1831, married MARIANNE HENRIETTA daughter of/ WILLIAM DAVENPORT Esq. Of Maer in the County of Stafford. He served in Grenadier Guards/ And died August 2nd 1888 S.P. Colonel./ ADELAIDE LOUISA wife of JOHN WILLIAM PHILIPS Esq. oF Heybridge in the county of Stafford/ Born February 18th 1833 died June llth 1860/ FREDERICK CHARLES MANNINGHAM BULLER born June 9th 1837, married ALICE JESSIE daughter of/ WILLIAM DAVENPORT Esq. Of Maer in the County of Stafford. He served in the Coldstream Guards in/ The Egyptian campaign of 1882 and was present at the battle of Tel-el Kebir died January 9th 1884 S.P.Colonel./ ERNEST HENRY MANNINGHAM BULLER born May 24th 1839. Commanded the second Battalion of the Rifle Brigade and served on the staff in the Zulu campaign 1879 in the Boer war of 1881 and/ Was present at the battle of Ginghilovo and Ulundi died November 8th 1888 Lieut Colonel/ Sons and daughters of Sir EDWARD MANNINGHAM BULLER Baronet and MARY ANNE his wife."
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