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Coote Manningham BULLER

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Coote Manningham BULLER. Major with the Rifle Brigade in the Kaffir wars of 1848 and of 1851 and in the Crimean campaign he was present at the battle of Alma and Inkerman severely wounded and at the siege of Sebastopol Born 14 Sept 1829 died of wounds received in Crimea War 3 April 1868.

Wills and Admin, Ancestry. He was late of Dilhorne Hall, Dilhorne, Staffordshire died 3 April 1868 at Dilhorne Hall, Dilhorne. His Will proved at the Principal Registry by the oaths of Edmund Manningham Buller of 5 Old Palace Yard, Westminster, Middlesex, esquire a Major in Her Majestys Rifle Brigade, the brother and John William Philips of Heybridge Cheadle, Staffordshire esquire, the executors.
He is at rest in the Buller Family Plot in All Saints Churchyard, Dilhorne, Staffordshire.

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