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MS 440


Papers of Duncombe F. B. Buckley



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Buckley, Duncombe Frederick Batt (1831-1855) attended Eton (JEY 1844-1848). He served as Captain in the Scots Guards and fought in the Crimean War. Buckley was wounded at Alma but rejoined his regiment; he was killed in the trenches before Sebastopol on 6th September 1855.


1851-1855, 2011

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35 items

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Duncombe Buckley's diary and letters relating to the Crimean War, accompanied by letters written by others to Alfred Buckley and others about Duncombe Buckley. Accompanied by five letters to Herbert Mildmay from the Crimean War front, clippings, and a modern photograph of a portrait of Duncombe Buckley.


Acquired by purchase in 2011

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