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- White marble wall-mounted tablet with pitched top.
- MAJOR FREDRICK WELCHMAN WHO, AFTER AN/ ACTIVE SERVICE OF 28 YEARS IN INDIA, HAVING/ RETURNED TO HIS NATIVE COUNTRY IN THE FULL/ ENJOYMENT OF HEALTH AND IN THE PRIME OF HIS LIFE,/ WAS KILLED WITHIN A FEW MONTHS OF HIS RETURN/ BY THE ACCIDENTAL DISCHARGE OF HIS FOWLING PIECE./ DIED AT AMPTHILL IN THE COUNTY OF BEDFORD/ 8 JANUARY 1838 AGED 48 YEARS
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Served and returned: Undefined
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