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Henry Haig Fell, Ensign in 19th Regimant, son of Captain Michael Edwin Fell, of The Elms, Mitcham, Surrey & Wanstead, Essex and Janet Callender Fell [Haig]
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26th February 1828
In the City of Edinburgh, Scotland
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20th March 1846
aged 19 years
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The ancestral pedigree of Henry Haig Fell, Ensign in 19th Regimant
 Captain Michael Edwin Fell
of The Elms, Mitcham, Surrey & Wanstead, Essex
m: 3rd Jan 1816 St Cuthberts, Edinburgh, ScotlandJanet Haig 
 b: 28th Jul 1779 Sheepy Magna, Leicestershire
ch: 28th Jul 1779 Sheepy Magna
d: 20th Mar 1837 39 Cadogan Place, London
bur: 25th Mar 1837 St Peter & St Paul, Mitcham, Surrey
  b: 2nd Nov 1787 Edinburgh, Scotland
ch: 24th Dec 1787 St Cuthberts
d: 7th Jun 1865
bur: After 7th Jun 1865 Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh, Scotland
 Captain William Edwin Cotton Helen Jane Anne Eliza Rev. James Alexander Robert Walter Henry Haig
 b: 7th Jul 1818 Edinburgh, Scotland
d: 25th Feb 1866 5 Clifton Terrace, Edinburgh, Scotland
bur: After 25th Feb 1866 Dean Cemetery, Edinburgh, Scotland
 b: 18th Oct 1820 Edinburgh, Scotland
d: 1876
 b: 31st May 1822 Edinburgh, Scotland
d: 10th Apr 1894
 b: 21st Jun 1824 Wanstead, Essex
d: 25th Jul 1897
 b: 25th Feb 1826 Edinburgh, Scotland
d: 14th Sep 1842
 b: 26th Feb 1828 Edinburgh, Scotland
d: 20th Mar 1846

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