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Henry George Bowler (1827–1853)

Died, On his passage to England, where he was proceeding on sick certificate, Captain Henry George John Bowler of the 80th Regt. of foot, aged 25. This gallant young officer had served the Campaign on Sutledge, and was present at the capture of Martaban, Rangoon, and Prome, for which services he had obtained two medals, and five clasps.

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'Bowler, Henry George (1827–1853)', People Australia, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University, https://peopleaustralia.anu.edu.au/biography/bowler-henry-george-28636/text36138, accessed 3 March 2024.

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Birth

3 June, 1827
Corfu, Greece

Death

30 June, 1853 (aged 26)
at sea

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