Walsh, in the service of the Hon. East India Co., 1685 apprenticed as Accountant in H.E.I.C. London Office of his father "John Walsh", thereafter in Madras under his kinsman John Stileman to service " General Books", subs. appt. (3rd) Member of Bombay Council (1689-1700). He died aboard the "Tavistock". he was removed from the Company's service in Bombay for debt and inattention to the Company's affairs. he fought a duel with Ralph Hartley in 1702. RH was severely wounded.
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|Died: off Cape Hope, , , Jul 1701 ||Buried: at sea, 1701|
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|11th Jan 1690||Married |
Walsh) + c. 1697 Fort St George, Madras, India
|4th Jul 1701||Made a will (will)|
|Jul 1701||Died off Cape Hope|