CLELAND CUMBERLEGE

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 
SURNAME:Cumberlege also recorded as Camberlege
FORENAMES:Cleland
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APPOINTED: Cornet 4LD 31 12 1825 vice Henderson
Lieutenant 4LD 30 07 1829 vice Edward Newton promoted
Lieutenant 5th Foot 11 06 1830 vice Richard Francis Poore who exchanges
Lieutenant Half Pay Royal Regiment
Lieutenant 19th Foot 12 10 1841 vice Stanley promoted
EXCHANGED:From Lieutenant 4LD to Lieutenant 5th Foot 11 06 1830
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NOTES: The United Service Magazine, 1829
`Memoranda... The name of the Cornet promoted to a Lieutenancy in the 4th Lt. Drs. on 30th July, 1829, was Cumberlege, and not Gumberlege, as stated in The Gazette of the 25th inst.'
TROOP NO:Jan 1826: Depot Troop
Jun 1826: Depot Troop
TROOP CAPTAIN:.
NOTES:Dec 1825: On leave until 24 12 1825
EMBARKATIONS:15 06 1826 Free Trader Royal George Gravesend England [as Cornet Cumberlege 4th LDs]
DISEMBARKATIONS:28 10 1826 Free Trader Royal George Bombay India [as Lieut. Cumberlege, 4th Dragoons]
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RETIRED:12 10 1841 Lieutenant 19th Foot vice Ensign James Ker by purchase
HALF-PAY:From Half Pay Royal Regiment to Lieutenant 19th Foot 12 10 1841
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TNA SOURCES:WO/12/637
WO/12/640-641
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LONDON GAZETTES:No. 18689, 11 06 1830
HART'S ARMY LISTS: .
PRESS/ALMANACKS: Bombay Calendar 1827
The United Service Magazine 1829
The Morning Post Wed 13 10 1841
OTHER SOURCES:FIBIS
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London Gazette No. 20941, 02 02 1849:
Foreign Office, 02 02 1849:
`The Queen has been pleased to appoint Cleland Cumberlege, Esq. to be Her Majesty's Consul at Tampico.'


The Gentleman's Magazine 1860
Also Glasgow Herald Fri 23 11 1860
`12 Dec. On board the "Seine," [Captain Rivett] off St. Thomas, on his return to England, Lt-Col. Cleland Cumberlege, H.B.M.'s Consul at Tampico, second son of Joseph Cumberlege, esq., of Bombay. The body was conveyed on shore and buried with military honours, the Consuls of the different nations and the officers of the ships in port attending the ceremony. The deceased had served ten years as Consul at Tampico, and died a victim to that unhealthy climate.'



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