Robert Tubbs (1823-1891)
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Following his retirement from service in the Bombay Residency command, Colonel Tubbs became a member of the Cinque Ports Volunteers and, although not a public figure, was instrumental in building up the Volunteers, taking the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel, holding that position until age forced his retirement.
References & Notes
- British Newspaper Archive Hastings & St. Leonards Observer 28 July 1900 Pg. 0006
- Historic England: Caple ne Ferne, Non Civil Parish - 1409493 | Historic England, accessdate: 8 September 2021