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Re: HENRY T. ARMITAGE Dunbar, Ceylon Burial?
Posted by: Laura foenander (ID *****7765) Date: October 18, 2008 at 05:13:05
In Reply to: HENRY T. ARMITAGE Dunbar, Ceylon Burial? by Robyn Clarke of 2355



Hi
it would be nice to know where Henry T Armitage was buried


1. HENRY TURNOUR3 ARMITAGE (JOHN2, CYRUS1) was born 1841. He married EMMA MARIA WALKER 23 Jul 1864 in St Peter's Church, Fort, Colombo, daughter of HENRY WALKER and MATILDA CHAPMAN. She was born 22 Mar 1846 in Tamil Nadu, India, and died 17 Oct 1894 in Dunbar.

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Mrs Armitage was a daughter of Lieut Colonel Henry Torrens Walker of the Ceylon Rifles and 3rd Buffs, who, in 1868 became Commanding Officer of the 2nd Battalion of the 25th Regiment, then in Ceylon
Henry was the brother of Charles Patton Walker, C C S , who was appointed District Judge and Assistant Agent of Amuradhapura In February 1835. Lieutenant-Colonel Walker was baptised September 13 1818 and died on November 4 1881
His father Lieutenant -General George Warren Walker, was in 1811, in command of the troups sent to Ceylon to assist in the suppression of the Uva rebellion. He became celebrated as a Ceylon Botanist, and hid wife, who was Anna Marie, daughter of General Parlton, Governor of St Helena, painted many pictures of Ceylon scenery, and assisted her husbund in his botanizing



More About HENRY ARMITAGE and EMMA WALKER:
Marriage: 23 Jul 1864, St Peter's Church, Fort, Colombo


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