Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Huxley (died 4 November 1826, Halifax) was a British Army officer who fought in the Second Carib War, survived the ship wreck of HMS Dromedary; and took part in the British attack on Danish West Indies. When he was part of the 70th Regiment, he married Jessie Scott, the niece of Sir Walter Scott. He later became the Military Secretary to Lord Dalhousie, the Governor General of British North America. He is buried in the Old Burying Ground (Halifax, Nova Scotia).

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  • Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Huxley (died 4 November 1826, Halifax) was a British Army officer who fought in the Second Carib War, survived the ship wreck of HMS Dromedary; and took part in the British attack on Danish West Indies. When he was part of the 70th Regiment, he married Jessie Scott, the niece of Sir Walter Scott. He later became the Military Secretary to Lord Dalhousie, the Governor General of British North America. He is buried in the Old Burying Ground (Halifax, Nova Scotia). (en)
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  • Lieutenant-Colonel Thomas Huxley (died 4 November 1826, Halifax) was a British Army officer who fought in the Second Carib War, survived the ship wreck of HMS Dromedary; and took part in the British attack on Danish West Indies. When he was part of the 70th Regiment, he married Jessie Scott, the niece of Sir Walter Scott. He later became the Military Secretary to Lord Dalhousie, the Governor General of British North America. He is buried in the Old Burying Ground (Halifax, Nova Scotia). (en)
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  • Thomas Huxley (British Army officer) (en)
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