He was given a viscountcy in recognition of his long and brilliant service in the army.
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Combermere was succeeded by his only son, Wellington Henry (1818-1891), and the viscountcy is still held by his descendants.
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He died on the 28th of December 1888, the viscountcy becoming extinct.
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