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Major-General Sir Thomas Dennehy (1829–1915), born in County Cork, Ireland and educated in Paris, was an administrator in British India. Dennehy served in the suppression of Sonthal rebellion in 1855–56 and during the Indian Rebellion. He was Political Agent in Dholpur in 1879–85. He was extra Groom in Waiting to Queen Victoria in 1888 and to her successor King Edward VII from 1901. By 1892, Dennehy had a residence in Ireland, at Brooklodge, Fermoy, Co. Cork.In January 1896, he was made a Knights Commander of India (KCIE).

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  • Major-General Sir Thomas Dennehy (1829–1915), born in County Cork, Ireland and educated in Paris, was an administrator in British India. Dennehy served in the suppression of Sonthal rebellion in 1855–56 and during the Indian Rebellion. He was Political Agent in Dholpur in 1879–85. He was extra Groom in Waiting to Queen Victoria in 1888 and to her successor King Edward VII from 1901. By 1892, Dennehy had a residence in Ireland, at Brooklodge, Fermoy, Co. Cork.In January 1896, he was made a Knights Commander of India (KCIE).
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  • Major-General Sir Thomas Dennehy (1829–1915), born in County Cork, Ireland and educated in Paris, was an administrator in British India. Dennehy served in the suppression of Sonthal rebellion in 1855–56 and during the Indian Rebellion. He was Political Agent in Dholpur in 1879–85. He was extra Groom in Waiting to Queen Victoria in 1888 and to her successor King Edward VII from 1901. By 1892, Dennehy had a residence in Ireland, at Brooklodge, Fermoy, Co. Cork.In January 1896, he was made a Knights Commander of India (KCIE).
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