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Abbey, Lt-Col Walter Bulmer Tatelocked

CBE 1919

Born 8 Aug. 1872; surv. s of late Walter Abbey of Wellingborough Grange, Northants; died 29 March 1949

Indian Army, retired


Monkton Combe; Sandhurst


Joined 2nd Durham Light Infantry, 1892; 7th Bombay Lancers, 1893; 32nd Lancers, 1896; Burma Commission, 1902; Deputy Commissioner, 1915; operations against Kara rebels, 1898; NE Frontier, India (despatches, 1914–15 star); Commanding Chin Hills Operations, 1917–18 (despatches, CBE)


Echoes of the East, 1899; Manual of the Maru Language, 1901; Tangier under British Rule, 1940; The Dreamland Garden, 1948


East India and Sports, Naval and Military; Union (Sydney)


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