Members of the Anglo Indian maternal side of the family came from the following families: Simmonds, Wheatley, Page, Shedden and Graham from the Madras Presidency and Charleston and D'Silva from the Bengal Presidency. Other families related by marriage were: Burnell, Farrell, Montague, Wheatley, Maken, and Staig.

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Persons shown in boxes outlined in red are known to have been young British men who enlisted as soldiers in the Honourable East India Company Madras army and sailed to India in the early 1800's where they married or took partners and remained for the rest of their lives. Typically, the wives or partners were native or Anglo Indians (also known as Indo-Britons).