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Hints To Cadets of the East India Company 1842 - ebook By The Indiaman Magazine
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Hints to Cadets with a few observations on the Military Service of the Honourable East India Company. First published in 1842.
Secularism in India By Domenic Marbaniang
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A Book on History. Secularism in India is a historical analysis of the origin, development, and future of secularism in India. It begins with a study of how reason separated from religion in Greek... More > Philosophy, a mood that returned during the Renaissance and reached its peak during the Enlightenment, of how the Colonial Rule helped promote the secular ideology and helped shape modern India. The Book also looks at how various communities in India look at Secularism and analyses the issue of religious fundamentalism and social order. This book was originally the MPhil thesis of the writer submitted to ACTS Academy in 2005.< Less
Regiments of the Company By The Indiaman Magazine
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Discover the history of the Regiments of the East India Company! A comprehensive record of service of the regiments of the Bengal, Bombay and Madras Regiments that was first published between... More > 1888-1891. This is a major record of the regiments that served the East India Company. Written at the end of the 19th century. It records the details of the Infantry, Cavalry and Artillery regiments from the presidencies of Bengal, Bombay and Madras. Discover the proud histories of each of the regiments that served the East India Company and the British Crown< Less
British-India Maps By The Indiaman Magazine
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Digitally restored maps of British-India towns and railway routes of the individual railway companies such as the East Indian Railways, the Great Indian Peninsular Railways, the Bombay, Baroda and... More > Central India Railways plus many more dating from 1897. Locate the British churches, cemeteries, schools, British cantonments and railway stations where your family lived in 19th century British-India.< Less
British Memorial Inscriptions in India By The Indiaman Magazine
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A poignant record of almost 1,000 individual memorial inscriptions about the people who served in British-India and Southern Asia! A fascinating and comprehensive record of individuals lives who... More > served in India and Southern Asia taken from their tombstones. Within this book are 114 pages containing almost 1,000 memorial inscriptions which record the names and details of several thousand people! These records are a mine of information for any genealogist who wants to learn more about their family. Details of service in India and family relationships were carved on these tombstones for eternity, and are recorded here giving you a wealth of family information that can help you to uncover more details about your own family.< Less
East India Merchants in Wimbledon:The Diary of George and Gertrude Walker, 1860-63 By Denis Mollison
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George Walker married Susan Gertrude Liddell in 1847 in Madras. In 1850 he founded his own company there, which was to last well into the 20th century. But the years of this diary (1860-63) find... More > George and Gertrude living in Wimbledon, visiting the Great Exhibition of 1862, hearing Jenny Lind (and their own local nightingales) sing and Dickens read, and taking long seaside holidays on the south coast and in Scotland. George's wide business contacts, Gertrude's more than fifty cousins, and their location near London give them a busy social life, with visitors from India, Ceylon, Scotland and Cornwall. They already have five children, and two more are born during the period of the diary. Their close friends William and Elizabeth Sim move into Cottenham Park, `the finest house near London', during the period of the diary, for what was to prove a brief and tragic stay.< Less
A Voyage to India 1796-1797 By Carl Anderson
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In June 1796 a 17-year old Anglo-Irish youth, Jonathan Henry Lovett, was appointed a junior clerk with the British East India Company. With Britain at war with France, Lovett sailed from England to... More > India aboard the East Indiaman Malabar. It took the ship seven months to reach Bombay, where Lovett disembarked in January 1797. Lovett kept a journal during the voyage in which he recorded his observations of seabirds, fish, and marine life seen from the quarterdeck of the Malabar. During a stopover at the Cape of Good Hope he described its rugged mountains, exotic wildlife, its Dutch and native inhabitants, British military encampments, and ships coming and going. Originally written in two volumes recently discovered in libraries 7,000 miles apart, the complete Jonathan Lovett journal comes together here for the first time in living memory. Excerpts from the Malabar’s logbook and detailed maps add additional detail to this tale of travel by sea in the days of the East Indiamen.< Less
Indiaman Annual 41-42 Genealogical Register & India Tours By The Indiaman Magazine
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The Indiaman Magazine Bound Volume No.11. Containing issues 41,42, the Genealogical Register and details of The Indiaman Magazine's luxury 16 day guided tours to India. The Indiaman Magazine, the... More > only genealogical and history magazine in the world about the British in India and Southern Asia from 1600 to the 20th century.< Less
William Shepherd b 1731 Plymouth Devon Descendants in England and Australia By Alma Wallace
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Two brothers, Sidney and Benjamin Shepherd came to Australia from England between 1851 and 1866. My research showed that they came from a wealthy family which goes back to my grandson's six times... More > great grandfather, William Shepherd b 1791 who describes himself as a Merchant. He had a Woollen and Leather Manufacturing Company and was a ship owner employing 4000 people in Plymouth, Devon. There is a gravestone in Gympie Two Mile Cemetery in Queensland, Australia. The names on the gravestone include the past family names of the previous generations. Quite a lot of the descendants were employed by the British East India Company, always high ranking. William married Ann Seville whose family held the Family Seat at Mexborough in Yorkshire. William’s grandson was Joseph Shepherd whose first wife was Ann Bellasis. Ann Bellasis grandfather was Major General John Bellasis of Long Marton in Westmorland. He was the Commander of the East India Company Forces in Bombay, India.< Less
The Bengal Obituary Ebook By The Indiaman Magazine
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The Bengal Obituary. A Record of monumental inscriptions of the British in India. 437 pages including a 27 alphabetical surname index. Originally published in 1851.

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