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Barwell, Richard (1741–1804), East India Company servant, was born in Calcutta on 8 October 1741, the second of the four sons of William Barwell (1705–1769), governor of Fort William, Bengal (1748–9), afterwards a director of the East India Company, and his third wife, ...

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Malet, Sir Charles Warre, first baronet (1753–1815), East India Company servant, was the eldest son of Alexander Malet (1704–1775), rector of Combe Florey, Somerset, and Maiden Newton, Dorset, and his wife, Ann, daughter of the Revd Laurence St Lo of Pulham, Dorset. At an early age he entered the service of the ...

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Middleton, Nathaniel (1750–1807), East India Company servant, was one of the several children of the Revd Samuel Middleton (1703–1758), the incumbent at Whitmore, Staffordshire, from 1738 to 1758, and his wife, Mary (fl. 1715–1755). Two of his brothers, who were also covenanted company servants, were baptized in the parish of ...

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Orme, Robert (1728–1801), historian of India and East India Company servant, was born on 25 December 1728 at Anjengo in Travancore, India. One of four children, he was the second son of Alexander Orme (d. 1736), chief of the settlement at Anjengo...

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Prinsep, Henry Thoby (1792–1878), East India Company servant, was the fourth son of John Prinsep (1746–1830) and his wife, Sophia Elizabeth Auriol (1760–1850), sister of James Peter Auriol, secretary to the government of Warren Hastings, whom he married in Calcutta in 1782. Having gone out to ...

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Vansittart, Henry (1732–1770?), administrator in India, born on 3 June 1732 at his father's house in Ormond Street, London, was the third son of Arthur van Sittart (1692–1760) of Shottesbrooke, Berkshire, and his wife, Martha, who was the eldest daughter and coheir of ...