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Bulwer, Henry Ernest [Gascoyne] Lytton.
Adm. pens. (age 18) at TRINITY, May 1, 1855. 3rd s. of William Earle Lytton (1817). B. Dec. 11, 1836, at Heydon Hall, Norfolk.
School, Charterhouse.
Matric. Michs. 1855; B.A. 1859.
Official Resident in the Ionian Islands, 1860-4. Treasurer and Receiver-General of Trinidad, 1866-7. Administrator of Dominica, 1867-9. Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Labuan and Consul-General of Borneo, 1871-5. Lieut.-Governor of Natal, 1875-80.
Governor of Natal (Special Commissioner for Zulu Affairs) 1882-5. High Commissioner for Cyprus, 1885-92.
K.C.M.G., G.C.M.G., 1874.
Of Heydon, Norwich.
Vice-President of the Royal Colonial Institute.
Died Sept. 30, 1914, at Heydon.
Brother of Edward E. G. (1848). (Burke, L.G.; Cox, Co. Series, Norfolk, 1912.)
Henry Ernest Gascoyne Lytton BULWER
Approx. lifespan: 1836–1914
Adm pens. aged 18 Trinity College 1855:05:01
3rd s. of William Earle Lytton BULWER (1817)
b. Heydon Hall, [Heydon], Norfolk , 1836:12:11
Sch: Charterhouse
Matric 1855:10MT:
BA 1859
Official Resident in: : Ionian Islands, [Greece], 1860-64
Treasurer: and Receiver-General of Trinidad , 1866-67
Administrator of Dominica , 1867-69
Governor and
Commander: -in-Chief of Labuan, [Straits Settlement], and
Consul-General of: : Borneo, [Straits Settlement], 1871-75
Lieutenant: -Governor of Natal , [South Africa], 1875-80
Governor of Natal , [South Africa], ( Special Commissioner for: : Zulu Affairs) 1882-85
High Commissioner for: : Cyprus , 1885-92
Of Heydon, Norwich, [Norfolk],
Vice-President of: : Sch: Royal Colonial Institute
d. Heydon, [Norfolk], 1914:09:30
brother of Edward E. G. BULWER (1848)
(Burke, L.G .;Cox, Company Series, Norfolk 1912)