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Charles Edward Basevi

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Colonel Charles Edward Basevi (1836-1920) of the Royal Artillery

1838 September 24th. Born in Westminster the fifth son of George Basevi and his wife Agnata Frances

Educated at Rugby, Cheltenham and Addiscombe

Joined Bombay Artillery, later Royal Artillery, and served in the Persian Expedition 1856-7 and the Indian Mutiny 1857-8

1894 Writes from 8 Norfolk Square, London W.

1896 Writes from 8 Norfolk Square, London W.

1911 Boarding at Bolton Mansions Hotel, Bolton Gardens, South Kensington: Charles Edward Basevi (age 74 born London), Colonel Retired R.A. with his wife Jane I. Basevi (age c70 born Bombay) and (no relationship given) Evelyn Basevi (age 36 born India).[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. 1911 Census