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Beatson, Alexander (1759–1830), army officer in the East India Company and colonial governor, was born on 24 October 1759 at Dundee. He was the second son of the three sons and one daughter of Robert Beatson (b. 1730), of Kilrie, Fife, and his wife, ...

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Brooke, Robert (1744–1811), army officer in the East India Company and colonial governor, was the second son of Robert Brooke (1710–1784), an artist, of Rantavan, co. Cavan, and his wife and cousin, Honor (d. 1800), daughter of Henry Brooke, rector of Kinawley, co. Fermanagh...

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Clive, Robert, first Baron Clive of Plassey (1725–1774), army officer in the East India Company and administrator in India, was born on 29 September 1725 at Styche Hall, Moreton Say, near Market Drayton in Shropshire, the eldest of the thirteen children of Richard Clive (...

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Close, Sir Barry, baronet (1756–1813), army officer in the East India Company and political officer in India, was born on 3 December 1756 at Elm Park, co. Armagh, the third son in the family of four sons and five daughters of Maxwell Close (...

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Collins, John Ulric (c. 1750–1807), army officer in the East India Company and diplomatist, is of unknown parentage; although his name suggests Irish ancestry, there is evidence for an early connection with Devon. An East India Company cadet, Collins sailed for Asia on 2 December 1769 on board the ...

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Emin, Emin Joseph (1726–1809), army officer in the East India Company and Armenian nationalist, was born in Hamadan, Persia, the son of Hovsep (also known as Joseph; d. 1777), merchant. During Emin's youth internecine wars killed his mother (in 1734) and next youngest brother, scattering his family. about 1735 ...

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Kennaway, Sir John, first baronet (1758–1836), army officer in the East India Company and diplomatist, was born on 6 March 1758 in Exeter, the third of six children of William Kennaway (1717–1793), woollen merchant, and his wife, Frances (1722–1788), the daughter of Aaron Tozer...

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William Kirkpatrick (1754–1812) by Thomas Hickey, c. 1799–1800 [with his assistants] National Gallery of Ireland

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Kirkpatrick, William (1754–1812), army officer in the East India Company and diplomatist, was the illegitimate son of James Kirkpatrick (1730–1818), a colonel in the East India Company's army, and Mrs Booth, wife of a London solicitor. Born in Ireland, Kirkpatrick was raised at boarding-school, supported but unacknowledged by his father. In 1771 his father, ...

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Low, Sir John (1788–1880), army officer in the East India Company and political officer in India, born at Clatto, near Cupar, Fife, on 13 December 1788, was the eldest son of Captain Robert Low of Clatto, and his wife, the daughter of Dr Robert Malcolm...

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Monteith, William (1790–1864), army officer in the East India Company, diplomatist, and historian, son of William Monteith and his wife, Janet Goodwin, was born in the Abbey parish, Paisley, Renfrewshire, on 22 June 1790. On 18 March 1809 he was appointed a lieutenant in the ...

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Sir Thomas Munro, first baronet (1761–1827) by Ramsay Richard Reinagle Oriental Club; photograph National Portrait Gallery, London

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Munro, Sir Thomas, first baronet (1761–1827), army officer in the East India Company and administrator in India, was born on 27 May 1761 at Glasgow, the second of the seven children of Alexander Munro (d. 1809), a Glasgow merchant trading with Virginia...

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Palmer, William (1740–1816), army officer in the East India Company and diplomatist, was the son of Samuel Palmer of Holborn Yard, London, and his wife, Frances. He joined the British army, serving in the West Indies where in St Kitts in 1761 he married ...

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William Palmer (1740–1816) by Johan Zoffany, 1785 [Palmer family (1740–1816): [centre], with (left) Faizh Baksh and their children Mary, Hastings (on his mother's knee), and William Palmer (1780–1867); (right) a figure thought to be the sister of Faizh Baksh; and three attendants] The British Library

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Parker, Sir George, fourth baronet (1813–1857), army officer in the East India Company and administrator in India, was born in London on 3 February 1813, the second son of Vice-Admiral Sir William George Parker, second baronet (d. 1848), of Harburn, Warwickshire, and his wife, ...

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Pottinger, Eldred (1811–1843), army officer in the East India Company and diplomatist, was born in Ireland on 12 August 1811, the eldest son of Thomas Pottinger of Mount Pottinger, co. Down, and his first wife, Charlotte (d. 1813), only daughter of James Hamilton Moore...

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Pottinger, Sir Henry, first baronet (1789–1856), army officer in the East India Company and colonial governor, was born at Mount Pottinger, co. Down, Ireland, on 3 October 1789, the fifth son of Eldred Curwen Pottinger, a descendant of the Pottingers of Berkshire, and his wife, ...

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Sir Henry Pottinger, first baronet (1789–1856) by Sir Francis Grant, 1845 ? Crown copyright in photograph: UK Government Art Collection

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Robertson, Archibald (1782–1847), army officer in the East India Company and director of the East India Company, was born on 18 September 1782 at Forres, near Elgin, the son of David Robertson. He was nominated a cadet in 1800, was made ensign in the ...