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AND INVALIDS 



GENTLEMENS' 

Fur-lined Overcoat 

READY FOR IMMEDIATE WEAR 



FOR 

TRAVELLING 

FOR 

MOTORING 

FOR 

DRIVING 

&c, &c, 

At prices from 
£10 

to 
£500 




Trimmed . . . 
Russian Sable 
Hudson Bay Sable 
Otter 

and other Furs 

b«ahy^:ahriage 

MOTOR 

and 

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RUGS 

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Preliminary Announcement. 



Royal Naval and 
Military Tournament 

AGRICULTURAL HALL, 

MAY 25th to JUNE 8th, 1905. 

Daily at 3 and 8 p.m. 



patron— HIS MAJESTY THE KING. 

prestoent— H.R.H.The DUKE of CONNAUGHT and STRATHEARN, 

Inspector General of the Forces, K.G., K.T., K.P., &c. 



Box Offices at R. A. Hall, Barford Street, Liverpool Road, N. ; 2, Great 
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MORNINGS 10s. 6d., 7s- 6d. and 6s. 

EVENINGS 10s. 6d., 7s. 6d., 6s., 5?., 4s. 

Including Admission to the flail. 



Grand Military Displays. 

Encounters on Horse and Foot, with Lance, Sword, and Bayonet 
Royal Horse Artillery Galloping-. 
Royal Field Artillery Trotting-. 
Riding and Jumping. Tent Pegging-. Heads and Posts. 

Lemon Cutting-. Tug-of-War. 

MUSICAL RIDES by Royal Horse Guards and 

16th (Queen's) Lancers. 

Trained Horse Display. Push Ball on Horseback. 

MUSICAL DRIVE by Royal Horse Artillery. 

GYMNASTIC DISPLAY by Staff and Class from Headquarters Gymnasium, Aldershot. 

Naval Pageant. 

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ENTRIES IN [GLASS. 
Chicken, Sauce Chasseur. 
Chicken, Sauce Stanley. 
Chicken, Sauce Marengo. 
Ox Tongue, Sauce Braganza. 
Ox Tongue, Sauce Diable. 
Chicken, Curry, etc. 



POTTED MEAT IN GLASS. 
Purette Foie Qras. 
Purette Chicken Truffled. 
Purette Chicken and Tongue. 
„ Shrimps and Saumon. etc. 

SOUPS IN GLASS. 

Consomme, Julienne, Oxtail, 

Richelieu, Creme Royal. 



GALANTINE IN GLASS. 
Galantine of Chicken, Plain ; Chicken and Pheasant, Truffled. 

Celebrated Pressed Beef, Galantine of Chicken and of Boar's Head, 
Raised Game and Pigeon Pies, and Dressed Ox Tongues. 

ASK FOR PRICE LIST. 

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THE RAZOR OF RAZORS 




Never fails to give the utmost satisfaction. Made of the best Sheffield Steel and 
surgically ground. The most perfect Razor in the Market. Every Lancet 
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light or strong beard. Pair, -with Ivory Handle, in case, 19/6. Four, ditto. 42, =. 
Seven, ditto, 70, «. Sample Razor, with Ivory Handle, post free, 76. Convex 
Graduating Strops, small 106; large size, 12/6. 
All Orders to be accompanied with remittance. 



ARNOLD'S LANCET RAZOR NEVER REQUIRES CRINDINC. 

A. ARNOLD, 61a, PICCADILLY, LONDON. 



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KETTLEDRUM " (for Ladies) ^^A>. § *' 
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SPECIAL STRAICHT CUT VIRCIN1A. ^vIM 

Litsica's Special Smoking Mixture, ^^p-jS^o- 

Samples and Special Quotations to Messes and Clubs. ^jmJKsS* 5 



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"The best truss for riding- men." 

Wm. COLES & Co. 

Inventors and Makers of the 

Spiral Spring Truss 

for the Prevention and Support of Rupture 

5, SACKVILLE ST., PICCADILLY 




(Late 225, Piccadilly, W.) LONDON) W. 

Surgical Elastic Hosiery Made to Measure. 

Established 1819. Read " Cobbett's Legacy,' 1 gratis by post. 



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Great Compactness and Porta- 
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Brilliant Definition, High Magni- 
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and Convenient 
Eye Distance Adjustment. 
Universal and Serviceable. 
Rigid, Strong and 
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BINOCULARS 

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Revised Price List. 

With Simultaneous Focussing Adjustment. 



Power 



Times 
8 



Revised Price. 

£7 5 Net 
£8 10 „ 
£9 10 „ 



Formerly 

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Power 



Focussing by Eyepieces only. 



Times 
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Revised Price. Formerly 



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mortgage of 
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DEPOSITS of £10 and upwards received as under : — 

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.. 6 „ „ 6 „ „ 

, „ 12 „ „ 7 „ 

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COMFORT in RIDING. 

MESSRS. THOMAS & SONS wish to draw the attention 
of Sportsmen, and especially those who are constantly in the 
saddle, to the many advantages of their 

LACED KNEED RIDING BREECHES. 

Buttons constantly get broken and are driven into the shin, 
and in cases where the breeches are too tight or too loose, 
they admit of no adjustment, The use (if laces obviously 
does away with these initating accidents, and, in addi.ion, 
gives an even elastic pressure unobtainable in any other 
way. 

None but those who have been. in the saddle for many hours at 
a stretch can conceive the lelief this sinip'e expedient alone affords. 
But if any lurther proof were necessary, the fact that this method 
of fastening at the kneeshas proved of inestimable value in South 
Africa duiing the late war, and has been universally copied by 
other tailors, should be sufficient. It should be borne in mind, 
however, that the majority of these imitations are unsatisfactory, 
and are calculated to prejudice the merits of the properly made 
garment, which can only be obtained of us. 

OrdcrinST — ^ e s ' 1:1 " ' 3e r' e3sctl '° scncl patterns and in- 
o* -trucli.in- for v L li'-measurcmeut, free of charge, 
by por-t, anywhere. 
Cnlfiniftl f^tl^tnmer^ and gentlemen residing out 

v>oiuniai uuMomtr!! o£ tou . n need noth ^ itiltt to 

leave to us the selection of the cloth. Our experience teaches us that, as a rule, it is bettei to do so as far as 
possible, merely stating the requirements and whether the breeches are for incessant hard wear or only lor 
occasional wear. To new customers we shall be glad to submit samples of cloth and pr.ces, with particulars of 
the measurements we require, which can be easily taken by anyone. 




Sporting Outfitters 6 Breeches MaRers, 
32, BROOK STREET, LONDON, W. 

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'turtle Soup & jelly, CALFS" foot.. Yw^fl aS 

JELbY, MEAT LOZENGES &C.i ^^T/lgJfe 



SAVOURY MEAT 
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Sustaining and Invigorating. 

IN METAL BOXES FOR THE POCKET. 

Price ilr, 1/4 and 2,6. 



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In Boxes of 12 Tabules, Price 2/3. 



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and 

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Tins, 

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Sweet when they've cleared 
away 

Lunch, and at cl<><t_of day 

Possibly sweetest.*' 



Peculiar in cut, of distinctive and 
fascinating flavour, " THREE 
NUNS" stands absolutely alone. 
It is cool and fragrant, a 
delightful blend of exceptionally 
fine Tobaccos. 

"KING'S HEAD" i s s i mi i ar 
but stronger. 



"THREE NUNS 
CIGARETTES, 

4d. per packet of 10 



OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE. 






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6lovcre anfc Sbirt flDafeers, 

39 B , OLD BOND STREET, LONDON, W. 

Late of Regent Street), 
HOSIERS BY APPOINTMENT to the late QUEEN VICTORIA. 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

Surgical Elastic Stockings & Knee Caps, &c. 

FOR VARICOSE VEINS AND WEAKNESS. 

Light in texture and inexpensive, yielding an even 
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ABDOMINAL SUPPORTING BELTS. 

Those for Ladies' use before and after Accouchement are admirably 
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Instructions for Measurement and Prices on application, and the 
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AND ALL KINDRED AILMENTS. 



This old and tried Remedy has stood the test of two generations 

REFUSE to be put off with a SUBSTITUTE 

QNLYOENUINS The Original can be had of all Chemists 

if you let it be seen that you are not weak enough to accept an imitation. 

DOLUS BROWNE IS THE NAME ; 

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An Echo from the Boer War. 



LOTENI, P.O. A.-, 

via Nottingham, NATAL, 
9th Nov. , 1903. 
The Blickensderf er Typewriter Co., 
Newcastle-on-Tyne . 

Dear Sirs, 

I am writing this on a No. 5 Blick, which, four 
years ago I left in Krugersdorp, when I was put 
over the border by the Boers. The machine was soon 
after commandeered for official use and taken to 
the head laager before Ladysmith, where it was used 
in producing many documents that have since become 
historic. Later it accompanied the Staff of 
President Kruger, until captured by the British, who 
used it. At last it wandered back to its old 
district, where one of the first users of it recog- 
nised it by its number--19546 , and was the means of 
my recovering it two months ago . To my astonishment 
it was so little the worse that in half an hour I 
was using it, and as you can see by this specimen, 
it has many years' life in it yet. I am writing 
this to ease my conscience, because when I first saw 
a BLICK I thought and said it was a feeble toy. 
For that hasty pre-judgment I now make amends, for 
a machine that can survive such a rough-and-tumble 
experience among heavy-handed Boers, and its 
many bumpy .journeys over the veld, and then turn 
up fit for duty after nearly four years, deserves 
the profoundest respect and admiration. There is 
only one thing that has astonished me more than the 
marvellous simplicity and sturdiness of the BLICK, 
that is, that anybody should buy a more expensive 
machine . 

Yours truly, 

(Signed) DOUGLAS BLACKBURN. 

Author of "A Burgher Quixote "( Blackwood), 
a :d " Prinsloo of Prinsloodorp." 

BLICK Prices are : For Foolscap size, 8 to 11 Guineas Cash or Instalments. 

Brief size, 2 Guineas extra. Full details in List No. 316. 
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Football Shirts from 

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Football Goals per set from 

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Football Flaqs (any colour) . . per dozen 4 6 and 6 6 

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Leather Vests, 21 - 
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Overcbits, 2 gns. 
Cheviot Overcoats. 70 - 

Breeches, from 21 • 
Chauffeur's Combina- 
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Puttees, from 5 9 
Motor Gloves, 

from 2 9 




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<"W f\ In return tor j. £10 
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Keyless 
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Perfect for time, beauty and work- 
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Ladies' Gold Necklets. 
Guards and Albert Chains 
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Gold Brooches and Gar 
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Gentlemen's Diamond 
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Gentlemen's Links. 
Solitaires, Studs, &c 

Gold Lockets mounted 
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Ladies' Gem, Keeper, 
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£20, £30, £40 

Presentation 

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£15 



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From £5, free 
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Gold chains at manufacturers' 
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A siDgle Shirt or other article made to measure, and 
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The King i 

Private Secretary to the King... i 

Aides de Camp to the King i 

War Office 2 

Staff of the Army 2 

Field Marshals 4 

Generals on the Active List 4 

Colonels, ditto 16 

Lieutenant Colonels, ditto 40 

Majors, ditto 52 

Staff at Home 97 

Staff Abroad 102 

Regimental District Staff 116 

MitiTABT Establishments: — 
Educational Establishments. 

R. Military College, Sandhurst 120 

R.MilitaryAcademy.Woohvich no 

StaffCollege 120 

School of Gunnery 121 

Ordnance College 121 

School of Military Engineer- 
ing, Chatham 121 

School of Musketry, Hythe ... 122 
School of Instruction lor 

Mounted Infantry J22 

School of Signalling 122 

Balloon Factory 122 

Medical School, Netley 12? 

Royal Military School of Music, 

Kneller Hall 122 

Dukeof York's R. Mil. School 122 

R. Hibernian Military School 122 

Army Schools 122 



Ordnance Factories. PAGE 

Arsenal , Wool wich 123 

Small Anns Factor} - , Enfield.. 123 
Small Arms Factory, Bir- 
mingham 123 

Gunpowder Factory, Walt- 
bam Abbey 123 

Army Clothing Department .. 123 

Brennan Torpedo Factor y ... 123 

Committees 124 

Miscellaneous Establishments. 

CavalryDepot 125 

Remount Establishment 125 

Royal Hospital— Chelsea 125 

Royal Hospital — Kilmainbam 126 

Pay Office 126 

JudgeAdvocateGeneral'sOffice 126 

Prisons 126 

Officers who have passed the 

StaffCollege 127 

Yeomen of the Guard 129 

Gentlemen at Arms 130 

Royal Company of Archers 131 

Cavalry 132 

Artillery 163 

Engineers 204 

Infantry 219 

Army Service Corps 363 

Army Ordnance Department ... 368 

Inspection Staff. 370 

Army Pay Department 371 

Army Medical Service 377 

Army Veterinary Department ... 395 

Army Chaplains' Department ... 3956 



PAGE 

Marines 397 

Indian Army 403 

Militia 581 

Imperial Yeomanry in Great 

Britain 71S 

Field Officers Retired from the 
Militia and ImperialYeomanry 769 

Reserve of Officers 781 

Indian Army Reserve 869 

General Officers retired under 

Royal Warrant 870 

Unemployed Supernumerary List 887 
Officers Retired on Full Pay or 

on a Pension 921 

Officers (other than Genera land 
Field Officers) on Retired Pay 1035 

Officers on Half Pay 1065 

General and Field Officers Re- 
tired by Sale, Commutation, 
with a Gratuity, or by Sur- 

renderof Half Pay 1107 

Military Knights of Windsor ... 1137 

Military Decorations 1 1 39 

Officers receiving Rewards for 

Distinguished Services 115S 

Victoria Cross 1160 

Order of St. John of Jerusalem... 1161 

Civil Decorations 1162 

Pay Tables 1168 

Retirements, <tc 1170 

Deaths 1173 

Index — Active List 1177 

Reserve of Officers, 

Retired List, &c 1241 



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Academy, Royal Military 

Active List 

Aden Troop 

Adjutants on Retired Pay 

Africa, Staff in 

African Commissariat, Ret. Pay 

African Rifles, King's 

iides de Camp to the King 

Aldernoy and Guernsey Staff ... 

Aldersbot Command 

Alexandra, Princess of Wales's 

Own Yorkshire Regiment 

■ Princess of Wales's 

Own 19 Hussars 

Antigua & Leeward Islands Staff 

Archers, Royal Company of. 

Argyll and Suth. Highlanders... 
Army Hospital Corps, Half Pay 

Ordnance Department ... 

Pay Department 

- Retired or Half Pay 



PAGE 

120 
4 

502 
1041 

T02 
1058 
3620 



■ Schools. 



Half Pay 



■ Service Corps 

Arsenal, Woolwich 

Artillery District Officers 

Malta 

Militia... 

Royal 

-by Batteries and Com- 



256 

160 

1 3 I 
35° 

1083 
368 
37i 

1039 
122 

1100 
36.3 
123 
186 
192 
581 
163 



parries 185 



Officers Retired 



on Annuities 

Royal Marine ... 

Australasian Commonwealth, 

Staff in 

Bahamas, Staff in 

Balloon Factory 

Baluch Horse , 

Barbadoes, Staff in 

Bath, Order of the 

Bedfordshire Regiment 

Belrast, Staff at 

Bengal Cavalry, General List . 
Ecclesiastical Dept. . 



1 106 
397 

112 
"5 
122 
501 
112 
1140 
251 
99« 
4°3 
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PAGE 

Bengal Infantry, General List 403 

Medical Department ... 531 

Staff in ic8 

Berkshire Regiment 310 

Bermuda, Staff in 115 

Bhopal Infantry 510 

BirminghamSmallAi'ms Factory 123 

Black Watch 299 

Bombay Ecclesiastical Dcpt 570 

■ — - Infantry, General List 403 

Medical Department ... 564 

5 caff in 1 10 

Border Regimeut 280 

Brennan Torpedo Factory 123 

Buffs, The (East Kent Regiment) 229 

Caicos Island, Staff in 115 

Cambridge's (Duke ofj Own 

Middlesex Regiment 319 

Cameron Highlanders 342 

Cameronians 269 

Canada, Staff in 112 

Canadians, Royal (Prince of 

Wales' Leinster Regiment) ... 352 
Canterbury, Cavalry Depot at 125 

Captains on Retired Pay 1035 

Half Pay 1065 

Carabiniers 140 

Carriage Factory, Woolwich 123 

Cavalry Brigades 125 

Depot, Canterbury 125 

Regiments of 132 

Central Africa Regiment 362a 

India Horse 501 

Ceylon, Staff in m 

Channel Islands Militia 699 

Chaplains' Department 3054 

Half Pav 1 100 



(Hon.) to the King 



Chatham, Staff at 101 

Chelsea, Royal Hospital 1 26 

Military School 122 

Cheshire Regiment 261 

Chester, Staff at 101 

China, &c. Staff in tit 

Chinese Infantry 3626 



PAGE 

City of London Regiment 235 

Civil Decorations for Gallantry . 1162 

Clothing Factory 123 

Coast Battalion 216 

Colchester, Staff at 100 

College, Royal Military 120 

Staff 120 

Colonels on the Active List 16 

Retired on Full or Re- 
tired Pay or Pension 929 

Colonels Retired by Sale, &c. ... 1107 

Command — Aldershot 97 

Eastern 100 

Irish 99 

Southern 90 

Commissariat and Transport De- 
partment, Half Pay 1070 

Commissariat and Transport 

Staff, Retired or Half Pay ... 1057 
Commissariat Dept. Half Pay... ic6o 

Committees .. 124 

Commutation, &c, Officers Re- 
tired by 1 107 

Connaught Rangers 34S 

Control Department, Half Pay 1070 

Cork, Staff at 99a 

Cornets, &c, on Retired Pay ... 1041 
Cornwall's (Duke of) Lt. Inf. ... 282 

Cureton's Mooltanis 494 

Curragh, Staff at the 99a 

Cyprus, Staff in 106 

Deaths during the year 1904 1173 

Deccan Horse 496, 49S 

Decorations, Civil 1162 

Decorations, Military 1139 

Deoli Rsgimeui 5:1 

Depot, Cavalry, Canterbury ... 125 

Devonport, Staff at 99 

Devonshire Regiment 242 

Distinguished Service Order ... 1151 
District Officers (R. Artillery) ... 186 

Dorsetshire Regiment 294 

Dover, Staff at oS 

Dragoon Guards 13s 

Dragoons, Hussars,& Lancers 142-ifj 



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Staff at 99" 

Durham Light Infantry 332 

East Kent Regiment 229 

Lancashire Regiment 277 

Surrey Regiment 279 

Yorkshire Regiment 249 

Ecclesiastical Dept. Bengal 569 

■ Bombay ... 570 

Madras 570 

Rangoon ... 571 

Edinburgh's (Duke of) Wiltshire 

Regiment 325 ■ 

Edinburgh, Staff at 101 

Educational Establishments 120 

Egypt, Staff of the Force in 105 

Enfield Small Arms Factory 123 

Engineers, Militia 600 

Royal 204 

Equerries to the King 1 

Erinpura Regiment 521 

Essex Regiment 303 | 

Falkland Islands, Staff in 115 

Fane's Horse 495 

Field Artillery 366 

by Batteries 188 

Marshals 4 

Fiji Islands, Staff in T12 

<i-rdner's Horse 490 

Harrison Artillery 175 

by Divisions 

and Companies 190a 

Reiriinent, Rjyal 359! 

barter. Knights of the... 7139 

General Officers on Active List 4 

Retired List 070 

Retired on Full 01 

Retired Pay or Pension 921 

Retired by Sale, &c. 1 107 

Gentlemen at Arms 130 

Gibraltar, Staff at 106 

Gloucestershire Regiment 273 

Gold Coast Colony, Staff in 104 

Good Hope (Cape of), Staff in ... 1021 

Goorkha Regiments S47-5506 j 

Gordon Highlanders 340' 

Gordon's Horse 499 



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PAGE 

Gradation List of General and 

Field Officers 4 

Guards 219-224 

Guernsey and Alderney Staff ... 102 

Guiana, British, Stx.fi in 115 

Guides, Corps of. 550* 

Gun Factory 123 

Gunnery, School of 121 

Gunpowder Fac.;WalthamAbbey 123 | 
Half Pay 1065 

Officers Retired by 

Surrender of 1107 

Hampshire Regiment 290 

Head Quarters Staff 2 1 

Hibernian Military School 122 

Highland Light Infantry 334 

Hodson's Horse . 492 J 

Home District Staff. 100 | 

Honduras, Staffin 115 

Hong Kong, &c, Staff in 113 

■ Regiment 362a 

Hon. Art. Company of London =St I 

Horse Artillery 166 

by Brigades 1 - 

Guards— Staffof theArmy 2 

Blue 134 

Hospital, Chelsea 123 j 

Kilmainham 126 

Hussars.LancersJt Dragoons 142-162 ] 

Hythe School of Musketry 122 

Imperial Yeomanry 718 ] 

Index to the Active List 1176 

to Militia and Imp.Yeom. 1227 

Reserve of Officers, 

Retired List, Sec 1240 

Indian Army 403 

Artillery 503 

Cavalry 489 

Infantry 507, 

Reserve of Officers 869 

Sappers and Miners! 505 

■ Seniority List . 405 

■ Supernumerary List 447 



— Empire, Order of the 

Local Forces 403 

Medical Service 553-568 

India, Staff iu 106 — 



V 



PAGE 

Infantry, Rgiments of 219 

Inniskiiling Dragoons 347 

Fusiliers 271 

Inspection Staff 370a 

Inspection of Ord. Machinery... 370 

Ireland, Staff in 99 

Irish Fusiliers 346 

Regimen'. 254 

Rifles - 344 

Jacob's Horse . 501 

Jamaica, Staff in 115 

Jersey District Staff 102 

JudgeAdvocate General's Office 126 

Kent (East) Regiment 220 

(West) Regiment 313 

Kilmainham, Royal Hospital .. 126 

King, The 1 

King's African Rifles 362a 

Dragoon Guards 135 

14th Hussars 355 

13th Hussars 156 

Liverpool Regiment ... 237 

Own Hussars 144 

Own Royal Lanes. Regt. 231 

Own Scottish Borderers 267 

Own Yorkshire Lt.Inf. 315 

Royal Irish Hussars ... 149 

Royal Rifle Corps 321 

Shropshire Light Inf.... 317 

Kneller Hall, School of Music .. 122 

Laboratory, Royal 123 

Labuan, Staff in in 

Lagos, Staffin 304 

Lancashire (East) Regiment ... 677 

Field Artillery 521 

Fusiliers 2S7 

(Loyal Xorth)Regt. 357 

(South) Regiment.. 206 

Lancaster Regiment, Royal 291 

Lancers, Dragoons & Hussars 142-332 

Leeward Islands, Staffin 335 

Leicestershire Regiment 252 

Leinster Regiment 352 

Lieutenant Colonels 40 

■ Retired on 

Full or Retired Pay or Pension 943 
Retired by Sale, Jtc. 3307 



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Retired on 

Full or Retired Pay or Pension 921 

Lieutenants on Retired Pay 1 04 1 

■ HalfPay 1067 

Life Guards 132 

Lincolnshire Regiment 241 

Liverpool Regiment 237 

Local Indian Forces 403 

London, Hon. Artillery Comp. of 581 

Lothian Regiment 225 

Louise's (Princess) Sutherland 

and Argyll Highlanders 350 

Loyal North Lancashire Regt. 307 

Madras Cavalry, General List... 403 

Ecclesiastical Dept. ... 570 

Infantry, General List 403 

Medical Department ... 560 

Staffin 109 

Major Generals 5 

Retired on Full 

or Retired Pay or Pension ... 921 

Ret. D3- Sale,&c. 1107 

Majors 55 

Retired on Full or 

Retired Pay or Pension 954 

Retired by Sale, &c. ... 1109 

Malta Artillery 192 

Militia 699 

Staff at 106 

Malwah Bheel Corps 550c 

Manchc ster Regiment 327 

Marines, Royal 397 

Mauritius, Staffin 104 

Medical Corps, Royal Army ... 377 

Service, Army 377 

Service, Bengal 551 

Bombay 564 

-■ Half or Retired Pay 1077 

Service, Madras 560 

Reserve of Officers 1073 

Staff, Army 377 

Merwara Infantry 521 

Meywar Bheel Corps 550c 

Middlesex Regiment 319 

Military Decorations 1 1 39 

Engineering, School of 121 

Establishments 120 



Table of Contents. 

Military Knights of Windsor 

Mounted Police 

Prisons 

StoreDept. HalfPay... 

Militia Artillery 

Channel Islands 

Engineers 

FieldOfficersRetired from 

Infantry 

Royal Malta 

Miscellaneous Establishments... 

Moplah Rifles 

Munster Fusiliers 

Music, School of (Kneller Hall) 

Musketry, School of (Hy the) ... 

Natal, Staffin 

Naval Ordnance Department ... 

Newfoundland, Staff in 

New Guinea, Staff in 

New South Wales, Staffin 

New Zealand, Staff in 

Nigeria, Staff in 

Norfolk Regiment 

Northamptonshire Regiment ... 

North Eastern District Staff ... 

Lancashire Regiment ... 

StaffordshireRegiment... 

Western District Staff ... 

Northumberland Fusiliers 

Nottinghamshire and Derbj- 
shire Regiment 

Orders of the Garter, &c 

Ordnance College 

Factories 

Department 

Ditto, Retired or Half Pay 1058, 

Oxfordshire Light Infantry 

Pay Department 

Retired or Half Pay 

Office 

Tables 

Paymasters on Half Pay 

Pension, Officers Retired on 

Physicians (Hon.) to theKing 

Poona Horse 

Prince Albert's Own Hussars... 

(Somersetshire 

Light Infantry) 245 



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Prince Consort'sOwn RifieBiig. 356 

Prince of Wales's Dragoon Gds. 137 

LeinsterRegt. 352 

North Staf- 
fordshire Regiment. 329 

Own Roj al 

Hussars 1 = 1 

West 

Yorkshire Resriment 247 

■ Royal Lancers 153 

Volunteers (S. 

Lancashire Regiment) 295 

Princess Charlotte of Wales's 

Dragoon Guards 139 

Princess Charlotte of Wales's 

Berkshire Regiment 310 

Princess Louise's ATgyll and 

Sutherland Highlanders 350 

Princess Royal's Dragoon 

Guards 141 

Victoria's R. Irish Fus 346 

Prisons, Military 126 

Provisional Battalion 362 

— Cavalry Regiments 362 

Punjab, Staff in the 107 

Purchase Commission 116 

Purveyors' Department (late), 

Officers on HalfPay of 1106 

Quarter Masters on Retired 

Pay 1045 

on HalfPay ... 1069 

Queen's Bays 130 

Own Cameron High- 
landers 342 

Own 4th Hussars 147 

Own 7th Hussars 14S 

Own Royal West Kent 

Regiment 313 

16th Lancers 157 

Royal Lancers 15c 

— - Royal West Surrey 

Regimer.1 2;- 

Queensland, Staffin 1:2 

Rangoon Ecclesiastical Estab- 
lishment 571 

Regimental District Staff 116 

Remount Establishment 125 

Reserve of Officers 781 



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Medical Officers' 1073 

Retired List of General Officers 870 
Retirements, &c, during 1904... 1170 
Rewards for Distinguished Ser- 
vices, Officers receiving 1158 

Riding Masters on Half Pay ... 1069 

Retired Pav... 1043 

Rifle Brigade ...... 356 

Depot ng 

Ross-shire Buffs 336 

P. :yal Army Medical Corps 377 

Canadians 352 

Company of Archers 131 

Dragoons 142 

Fusiliers 235 

Highlanders(BlackWatch) 299 

Irish Dragoon Guards ... 138 

Irish Lancers 746 

— Mil. Academy, Woolwich ico 

~ College, Sandhurst... 120 

Royal Military School, Chelsea 122 

£ — — Scots (Lothian Regiment) 225 

pt Helena, Staff in 104 

St. Michael&St. George, Ord. of 1146 

5t: Patrick, Knights of 1139 

Balo, &c, Officers Retired by ... 1107 

Sandhurst, R. Military College 120 

Staff College 120 

Schoo l of Gunnery- 121 

' Military Engineering 121 

Music, Kneller Hall. 122 

Musketry at Hythe ... 122 

Signalling 122 

~ Submarine Mining... :2i 
School, Royal Hibernian Military 122 

Schools, Army 122 

■ Half Pay ;ioo 

Scrade Horse ' 5 oo 

Scots Fusiliers. Royal 259 

Boots Greys, Roya'l 143 

Scottish Borderers. King's Own 267 

District Staff 101 

~ Rifles 269 

Seaforth Highlanders 3i 6 

Second Lieutenants on Half Pay 1068 

Seychelles Islands, Colony of... 113 
Sherwood Foresters (Notting- 
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, Shropshire Light Infantry 317! 

Sierra Leone, Staff in 105 

Signalling, School of 122 | 

' Skinner's Horse 489, 490 

Small Arms Factory, Enfield ... 123 

Birmingham 123 

Somaliland Protectorate 104 

Somersetshire Light Infantry... 245 

South Africa, Forces in 102 

Australia, Staff in 112 | 

Lancashire Regiment ... 295 

Staffordshire Regiment 292 

Wales Borderers 265 

Staff Abroad 102 

at Home 97 ; 

College 12c 

College, Officers passed 127 

of the Army a 

Regimental District 116 

Staffordshire (North) Regiment 329 

Staffordshire (South) Reeiment 292 

Star of India, Order of the 1146 

Straits Settlements, Staffin m 

Suffolk Regiment 243 

Supernumerary List, Ind. Army 447 

Surgeons(Honorary)totheKing 2 
Surrender of Half Pay, &c, 

Officers Retired by 1107 

Surrey (East) Regiment 279 

(West) Rsgiment 227 

Sussex Regiment 288 J 

Sutherland Highlanders 350 

Tasmania, Staff in 112. 

Thames District Staff 101 

, Thistle, Knights of the 1139 

Tobago, Statf in 115 

Torpedo Factory 123 

Tower of London 126 

Transvaal and Orange River 

Colony, Staff in 102 

Trinidad, Staff in 115 

Turks 3c Caicos Islands, Staff in 115 

Uganda, Staff in 105 

Unattached List forlndianArmy 404 
Unemployed Supernumerary 

List 887I 

Veterinary Department 393 [ 

Half Pay 1101 

Victoria Cross, Officers who have 

received the 1160' 



VI 1 

PAGE 

Victoria, Staff in 112 

Victoria's (Princess) Irish 

Fusiliers 346 

Victorian (Royal) Order 114^ 

Wales's (Prince of) Leinster 

Regiment 352 

Wales's (Prince of) Xorth Staf- 
fordshire Regiment 329 

Wales's (Prince of) Own West 

Yorkshire Regiment 247 

Wales's (Prince of) Volunteers 

(South Lancashire Regiment) 295 
Wales's (Princess Charlotte of) 

Berkshire Regiment 310 

Wales's (Princess of) Own York- 
shire Regiment 256 

Waltham Abbey, Gunpowder 

Factory at 123 

War Office 2 

Warwickshire Regiment 234 

Wellington's (Duke of) AVest 

Riding Regiment 284 

Welsh Fusiliers 263 

Regiment 297 

West African Regiment 362'/ 

India Regiment 360 

Indies, &c, Staff in 115 

Kent Regiment jk 

Riding Regiment 234 

Surrey Regiment 227 

Yorkshire Regiment 247 

Western Australia, Staff in 1:2 

Wiltshire Regiment 325 

Windsor, Military Knights of... 1137 

Windward Islands, Staff in 115 

Woolwich Arsenal 123 

R. Military Academy 1 ■ 

District Staff 99 

Worcestershire Regiment 275 

Yeomanry, Imperial 713 

Yeomen of the Guard 129 

York and Lancaster Regiment j , 

York, Staff at 101 

York's (Duke of) R. Military 

School 122 

Yorkshire Light Infantry 31*- 

Regiment 236 

(East) Regiment 249 

(Wust) Regiment ... 247 

Zululand, Staff in 102 



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REGT. NEW TITLE: PAGE 

ist ... Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment) 225 

2nd ... Queen's (Royal West Surrey Regiment) ... 227 

3rd ... Buffs (East Kent Regiment) ..'. 229 

4th ... King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment)... 231 

5th ... Northumberland Fusiliers 233 

6th ... Royal Warwickshire Regiment 234 

7th ... Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) 235 

3th ... King's (Liverpool Regiment) 237 

9th ... Norfolk Regiment 239 

joth ... Lincolnshire Regiment : 241 

nth ... Devonshire Regiment 242 

12th ... Suffolk Regiment 243 

13th ... Prince Albert's (Somersetshire Light 

Infantry) 245 

:4th ... Prince of Wales' Own (W. Yorkshire Regt.) 247 

:5th ... East Yorkshire Regiment 2^9 

16th ... Bedfordshire Regiment 251 

17th ... Leicestershire Regiment 252 

iSth ... Royal Irish Regiment 254 

19th ... Princess of Wales' Own (Yorkshire Regt.)... 256 

20th ... Lancashire Fusiliers 257 

21st ... Royal Scots Fusiliers 259 

22nd ... Cheshire Regiment ?fii 

23rd ... Royal Welsh Fusiliers nfi 3 

24th ... South Wales Borderers 26;, 

25th ... King's Own Scottish Borderers 267 



EEGT. NEW TITLE. PAGK 

26th ... ist Batt. The Cameromans (Scottish Rifles) 269. 

27th ... 1st Batt. Roya! Inniskilling Fusiliers 27: 

28th ... ist Batt. Gloucestershire Regiment 273. 

29th ... ist Batt. Worcestershire Regiment 275 

30th ... 1st Batt. East Lancashire Regiment 277 

s ist ... ist Batt. East Surrey Regiment 279. 

32nd ... ist Batt. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry 281 
33rd ... ist Batt. Duke of Wellington's (West Riding 

Regiment) .• 28* 

3 4 th ... ist Batt. The Border Resimcnt 280 

35th ... ist Batt. Royal Sussex Regiment 2Sb 

36th ... 2nd Batt. Worcestershire Regiment 275 

37th ... ist Batt. Hampshire Regiment 290 

38th ...ist Batt. South Staffordshire Regiment...... 292 

39th ... ist Batt. Dorsetshire Regiment 294 

40th ... ist Batt. Prince of Wales' Volunteers (South 

Lancashire Regiment) 295 

41st ... 1 st Batt. Welsh Regiment 297 

42nd ... ist Batt. The Black Watch (Royal High- 
landers) , HQ9 

43rd ... r3t Batt. Oxfordshire Light Infantry 301 

44th ... ist Batt. Essex Regiment 3°3 

45th ... ist Batt. Sherwood Foresters (Nottingham- 
shire and Derbyshire Regiment) 305 

46th ... 2nd Batt. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry 281 
47th ... ist Batt. The Loyal North Lancashire Regt. 307 



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l.EGT. NEW TITLE. PAGE 

48th ... 1st Batt. Northamptonshire Regiment 308 

49th ... 1st Batt. Princess Charlotte of Wales' 

(Royal Berkshire Regiment) 310 

50th ... 1st Ba'tt. Queen's Own (R. West Kent Regt.) 3:3 
51st ... 1st Batt. King's Own Yorkshire Light In- 
fantry 315 

52nd ... 2nd Batt. Oxfordshire Light Infantry 3C1 

53rd ... 1st Batt. King's (Shropshire Light Infantry) 317 

54th ... 2nd Batt. Dorsetshire Regiment 294 

55th :.. 2nd Batt. The Border Regiment 286 

36th ... 2nd Batt. Esses Regiment 303 

57th ... 1st Batt. Duke of Cambridge's Own (Mid- 
dlesex Regiment) 319 

oSth ... 2nd Batt. Northamptonshire Regiment 308 

59th ... 2nd Batt. East Lancashire Regiment 277 

ooth ... King's Royal Ritie Corps 321 

6ist ... 2nd Batt. Gloucestershire Regiment 273 

62nd .. 1st Batt. Duke of Edinburgh's (Wiltshire 

Regiment) 325 

63rd ... 1st Batt. Manchester Regiment 327 

64th ... 1st Batt. Prince of Wales' (>"orth Stafford- 
shire Regiment) 329 

65th ... 1st Batt. York and Lancaster Regiment ... 330 
60th ... 2nd Batt. Princess Charlotte of Wales' 

(Royal Berkshire Regiment) ;io 

67th ... 2nd Batt. Hampshire Kcgiment 290 

63th ... 1st Batt. Durham Light Infantry 332 

69th ... 2nd Batt. Welsh Regiment 297 

70th ... 2nd Batt. East Surrey Regiment 279 

71st ... 1st Bait. Highland Light Infantry 334 

72nd ... 1st Batt. Seaforth Highlanders (Roes-shire 

Buffs, The Duke of Albany's) 336 

73rd ... 2nd Batt. The Black Watch (Royal High- 
landers) 299 

74th ... 2nd Batt. Highland Light Inianliy 334 

75th ... 1st Batt. Gordon Highlanders 339 

76th ... 2nd Batt. Duke of Wellington's ('.Vest 

Riding Regiment) 2(14 

77th ... 2nd Batt. Duke of Cambridge's Own (Mid- 
dlesex Regiment) 319 

7?th ... 2nd Batt. Seaforth Highlanders (Rjss- 

shire Buffs, The Duke of Albany's) 336 



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■79th ... istBatt.Qneen'sOwnCameronHighlanders342 
80th ... 2nd Batt. South Staffordshire Regiment... 292 
81st ... 2nd Batt. Loyal North Lancashire Regt. ... 307 
82nd... 2nd Batt. Prince of Wales' Volunteers 

(South Lancashire Regiment) 295 

83rd ... 1 st Batt. Royal Irish Rifles 344 

84th ... 2nd Batt. York and Lancaster Regiment ... 330 
85th ... 2nd Bart. King's (Shropshire Light Inf.) ... 3'7 

86th ... 2nd Batt. Royal Irish Rifles 344 

87th ... 1st Batt. Princess Victoria's (R.Irish Fus.) 340 

88th ... 1st Batt. Connanght Rangers 348 

89th ... 2nd Batt. Princess Victoria's (R.Irish Fus.) 346 
90th ... 2nd Batt. Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) ... 269 
91st ... 1st Batt. Princess Louise's (Argyll and 

Sutherland Highlanders) 35° 

92nd ... 2nd Batt. Gordon Highlanders 339 

93rd ... 2nd Batt. Princess Louise's (Argyll and 

Sutherland Highlanders) 350 

94th ... 2nd Batt. Connaught Rangers 348 

95th ... 2nd Batt. Sherwood Foresters (Derbyshire 

Rejriment) 303 

96lh ... 2nu Batt. Manchester Regiment 327 

97th ... 2nd Batt. The Queen's Own (Royal West 

Kent Regiment) 313 

93th ... 2nd Batt. Prince of Wales' (North Staf- 
fordshire Regiment) 329 

99th ... 2nd Batt. Duke of Edinburgh's (Wilt- 
shire Regiment) 325 

100th ... 1st Batt. The Prince of Wales' Leinster 

Regiment (Royal Canadians) 352 

101st ... 1st Batt. Royal Munster Fusiliers 353 

102nd ... 1st Batt. Royal Dublin Fusiliers 354 

103rd ... 2nd Batt. Royal Dublin Fusiliers 354 

104th ... 2nd Batt. Royal Munster Fusiliers 353 

105th ... 2nd Batt. The King's Own Yorkshire Light 

Infantry 315 

106th ... 2nd Batt. Durham Light Infantry 332 

107th ... 2nd Batt. Royal Sussex Regiment 288 

108th ... 2nd Batt. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 271 

:00th ... 2nd Batt. The Prince cf AVales' Leinster 

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Londonderry 593 

Mid-Ulster 593 

Norfolk 594 

Northumberland 594 

Pembroke ■■• 593 

Scotland, South-East of 596 

Scotland, West of 599 

Sligo 595 

Suffolk 597 

Sussex 597 

Tipperary 598 

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Needles Division (Submarine Miners) 604 

Plymouth Division (Submarine Miners) 604 

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Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 3 Battalion 690 

.1 Battation - 690 

Bedfordshire Regiment, 3 Battalion 626 

,, 4 Battalion ~ 627 

Berkshire Regiment, Royal, 3 Battalion 665 

Black Watch, 3 Battalion 657 

Buffs, 3 Battalion <»3 

Border Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 651 

Cameron Highlanders, 3 Battalion 683 

Cameronians, 3 Battalion 64° 

,, 4 Battalion 641 

Cheshire Regiment, 3 Battalion 634 

„ 4 Battalion 635 

Coimanght Rangers, 3 and 4 Battalions 688 

5 Battalion 689 

Devonshire Regiment, 3 Battalion 619 

,, 4 Battalion 620 

Dorsetshire Regiment, 3 Battalion 655 

Dublin Fusiliers, 3 and 4 Battalions 696 

„ 5 Battalion 697 

Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, 3 Battalion 649 

Durham Light Intantry, 3 Battalion 678 

„ 4 Battalion 679 

East Kent Regiment, 3 Battalion 608 

East Lancashire Regiment, 3 Battaliou 647 

East Surrey Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 648 

East Yorkshire Regiment, 3 Battalion .. 625 

Esses Regiment, 3 Battalion 660 

„ 4 Battalion 65i 

Gloucestershire Regiment, 3 Battalion 644 

,, 4 Battalion 645 

Cordon Highlanders, 3 Battalion 682 

Hampshire Regiment, 3 BnttalioD 653 

Highland Light Intantry, 3 Battalion 680 

,, 4 Battalion 681 

Inniskilling Fusiliers, 3 and 4 Battalions... 642 

,, 5 Battalion 643 

Irish Regiment, Royal, 3 Batta'ion 628 

,, 4 and 5 Battalions 629 

Iri.-h Fusiliers, Royal, 3 Battalion 686 

,, 4 and 5 Battalions 687 

Irish Rifles, Royal, 3 and 4 Battalions 684 

,, 5 and 6 Battalion.- 685 

King's Own Scottish Borderers, 3 Battalion 639 

K 1 _-s Royal Rifles, 5 :uid 7Battalions 672 

„ 8 Battalion- 673 

„ 9 Battalion 674 

Lancashire Fusiliers, 5 Battalion 631 

,, 6 Battalion 632 

Lancaster Regiment, Royal, 3 Battalion 609 

,, 4 Battalion 610 

Tieicestershire Regiment, 3 Battalion 627 

Leinster Regiment, 3 Battalion 601 

,, 4 and 5 BattalioDS 692 

Lincolnshire Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 618 

Liverpool Regiment, King's, 3 Battalion 615 

,, 4 Battalion 6:6 

Loth'an Regiment, 3 Battalion 606 

Manchester Regiment, 5 Battalion 675 



PAGE 

Manchester Regiment, 6 Battalion 6-6 

Middlesex Regiment, 3 Batwlim 670 

„ 6 Battalion 67 1 

Munster Fusiliers, 3 Battalion 603 

,, 4 Battalion 694 

,, 5 Battalion 695 

Norfolk Regiment, 3 Battalion 616 

„ 4 Battalion - 6:7 

Northamptonshire Regiment, 3 Battalion 664 

North Lancashire Regiment, Loyal, 3 Battalion 663 

North Staffordshire Regiment, 3 Battalion 676 

„ 4 Battalion 677 

Northumberland Fusiliers, 5 Battalion 611 

Notts, and Derbyshire Regiment, 3 Battalion 661 

„ 4 Battalion 662 

Oxfordshire Light Infantry, 3 Battalion 65S 

,, 4 Battalion 639 

Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment, 3 Battalion... 607 
Ride Brigade, 5 Battalion 69S 

,, 6 Battaliou ... 690 

,, 7 Battalion 7°^> 

Ross-shire Buffs, 3 Battalion 63: 

Royal Canadians. 3 Battalion 691 

„ 4 and 5 Battalions 6q2 

Royal Fusiliers, 5 Battalion 613 

„ 6 and 7 Battalions 614 

Royal Highlanders, 3 Battalion 657 

Royal Scots, 3 Battalion 606 

Scots Fusiliers, Royal. 3 Battalion 633 

Scottish Borderers, King's Own, 3 Battalion 6)9 

Scottish Rifles, 3 and 4 Battalions 640 

Seaforth Highlanders, 3 Battaliou 6S1 

Sherwood Foresters, 3 Battalion 661 

,, 4 Battalion 662 

Shropshire Light Infantry, 3 Battalion 66S 

,, 4 Battalion 669 

Somersetshire Light Infantry, 3 Battalion 622 

,, 4 Battalion 623 

South Lancashire Regiment, 3 Battalion 63'j 

South Staffordshire Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions ... 654 

[ South Wales Borderers, 3 Battalion 637 

4 Battalion 63S 

Suffolk Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 621 

Sussex Regiment, Royal, 3 Battalion 652 

Sutherland (Argyll and) Highlanders, 3 Battalion... 690 

,, 4 Battalion 690 

Warwickshire Regiment, Royal, 5 and 6 Battalions... 612 

Welsh Fusiliers, Royal, 3 and 4 Battalions 636 

Welsh Regiment, 3 Battalion 637 

West Kent Regiment, Royal, 3 Battalion 666 

West Riding Regiment, 3 Battalion 650 

West Surrey Regiment, Royal, 3 Battalion 607 

West Yorkshire Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 624 

Wiltshire Regiment, 3 Battalion 674 

Worcestershire Regiment, 5 and 6 Battalions 646 

York and Lancaster Regiment, 3 Battalion 678 

Yorkshire Light Infantry, 3 Battalion 667 

Yorkshire Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 630 



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EXPLANATIONS. 



K.G. Knight of the Order of the Garter. 
K.T. Knight of the Order of the Thistle. 
K.P. Knight of the Order of St. Patrick. 
G.M.B. Grand Master of the Order of the Bath. 
G.C.B. Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath. 
K.C.B. Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath. 
C.B. Companion of the Order of the Bath. [India. 
G. O.S.I. Knight Grand Commander of Order of Star of 
K.C.S.I. Knight Commander of ihe Star of India. 

C.S.I. Companion of the Star of India. 
G.C.M.G. Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St. 
Michael and St. George. 



[and St. George. 
K.C.M.G. Knight Commander of theOrderof St.Michael 
C.M.G. Companion of ditto ditto 

G.CV.I.E. Grand Commander of the Indian Empire. 
K.C.I.E. Knight Commander ditto ditto 

C.I.E. Companion ditto ditto 

G.C.V.O. Knight Grand Cross of the Victorian Order. 
K.C.V.O. Knight Commander ditto ditto 

C.V.O. Companion ditto ditto 

M.V.O. Member ditto ditto 

D.S.O. Companion of the Order of Distinguished 
Service. 
K.-i-H.G.M. Kai s er-i-Hind Gold Medal. 



>JlE Victoria Cross. 

[R] Reward for Distinguished or Meritorious Services. 

" U.S. List" denotes Unemployed Supernumerary List (Indian Army). 

The Figures prefixed to the Names denote the Battalions to which the Officers are actually attached. 

c. before the name denotes that the Officer has received a certificate from the Senior Department, Royal Military 

College. 
The letters^.s.c. are placed before the Names of Officers who have passed the Staff College. 
The Letter >•. is placed after the names of Officers employed on the Recruiting Service. 
The * before the Name or Date of Commission denotes Temporary Rank only. 
The Letter p before the date indicates that the Commission was purchased. 
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,, Fellow of the Royal College of 

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„ Ditto of Edinburgh. 
„ Ditto of Ireland. 
,, Licentiate of Apothecaries' Hall, 
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ZFPS.Glas. „ Licentiate of the Faculty of Phy- 
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LRCP ,, Licentiate of the Royal College of 

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In t.ha Medical Departments,— 

LECS Ed. signifies Licentiate of the Royal College of 3fF.CP.Ed. signifies Member of the Royal College of 

Surgeons of Edinburgh. Physicians of Edinburgh. 

LSCSI.... ,, Licentiate of the Royal College of IfECPI. ,, Member of the Royal College of 

Surgeons of Ireland. Physicians in Ireland. 

LSA ,, Licentiate of the Society cf 3IRCS. ... „ Member of the Royal College of 

Apothecaries in London. Surgeons of England. 

MA » Master of Arts. AG M f Alexander Gold Medal (triennial). 

MB ,, Bachelor of Medicine. p.g.m „ Parkes ditto ditto. 

3£Ch, ,, Master of Surgery. h.p.n ,, Herbert Prize at Xetley. 

AID Doctor of Medicine. h.p.h ,, Montetiore Prize i Medal at Xetley 

XtRCP Member of the Royal College of m.m.x , Martin Gold Medal at Netloy. 

Physicians of London. p.m.w , Parkes Bronze Medal at Netley- 

In the Militia and Imperial Yeomanry, — 

{H) signifies qualified for appointment as Instructor (p.) Subaltern's Certificate of Proficiency. 

of Musketry. p. Certificate of Proficiencj - , or otherwise qualified as 

<I) signifies qualified for appointment as Instructor Proficient. 

of Artillery. p.«. passed School of Instruction. 
(S) obtained Certificate as Instructor in Army I p.s. passed Schoci of Instruction for higher rank. 

Signalling. (p.».) School Certificate for Yeomanry Subalterns. 

[T] obtained Special Mention in Examination in [r] passed the examination in Tactics laid down for 

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i Jan. 90. (T) obtained Special Mention at examination in Ta'_-- 

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HIS MAJESTY KING EDWARD YII. 

Private Secretary to the King Lord Knollys, 6CY0. KCB. KCMG. 

Assistant Pricafe Secretary Captain F. E. G. Ponsonby, CVO. Grenadier Guards. 

Aides de Camp to the King. 

Chief Pergonal 1 
Aide de Camp 5 

I Field Marshal Sit Soyal Sighnesi the Duke of Cormaught and Strathearn, KG. KT. KP. GCS. 
Personal \ GCSI. GOTO. GCIE. GCVO. 
Aides de Camp ; Genera] Sis Boyal Highness Prince Frederic Christian Charles Aug. of Schleswig-Holstein, KG. 
C GCVO. 



Colonel St. Son. Frederick Arthur, Earl of Derby, KG. 
GCB. late Lit. and Captain Grenadier Guards; 3 
Bn. Lancaster Regiment. 
F. Karl of Wemyss, late 7 Middlesex Vol. Rifles ; 

Captain R'yal Company of Archers. 
James Charles Cavendish, 2 Vol. Bn. Notts and 

Derby Regt. 
St. Son. C. Lord Suffield, GCVO. KCB. late Norfolk 

Artillery. 
Henry G., Duke of Northumberland, KG. 5 Bn. 

Northumberland Fusiliers. 
Sir Reginald H. A. Ogilvy, Bart., Forfar and Kin- 
cardine Artill ery (Militia). 
George, Earl of Haddington, KT. Lothians and 

Berwick Imp. Yeo. ; Lieut. Royal Company of 

Archers. 

Bt. Son. Henry Lord Belper, Notts Imp. Yeomanry. 

Arch. C. Lord Blythswood, 3 Vol. Bn. Highland 

Light Infantry. 

Gordon L. C. Money, CB. DSO. 

■ C. H. Duke of Richmond and Gordon, CB. GCVO. 

James Stevenson, 9 Lanarkshire Volunteer Rifles. 

William G. Wood-Martin, late Sligo Artillery. 

Douglas, Duke of Montrose, KT. late 3 Battalion 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. 
E. H. Earl o/Clarendon, GCB. Son. Colonel Herts 

Yeo. Cavalry. 

H. U. Earl of Harewood, Yorks. Hussars Imperial 

Yeomanry. 

G. E. M. Vi,ct. Galway, CB. Notts Imperial Yeo. 

C. 9. Marq. of Londonderry, KG. GCVO. 2 Durham 

Vol. Art. 

A. W. B. Earl Brownlow, 2 Volunteer Battalion 

Bedfordshire Regiment. 

Chas. Philip Le Oornu, CB. Jersey Militia Art. 

Sir Henry G. Dixon, KCB. 

Henry H. Mathias, CB. 

F. A.V. Earl of Cawdor, Knight of Grace of St. John 

of Jerwalem, late Carmarthen Artillery. 

H. A. W. F. Duke o f Beaufort, Gloucester I.Y. 

David F. Lewis, CB. (from h.t>. Cheshire Regt.). 

Sir Henry E. MCallum, GCMG. from R. Engineers. 

Thomas F. D. Bridge, Royal Marines. 

Richard C. G. Mayne, CB. Indian Army. 

Lewis Anstruther Hope, CB. Army 8ervico Corps. 

/>. «. e.Robt. Geo. Broad wood, CB. from 12 Lancers. 

p.s.c. Edwin A. H. Alderson, CB. 

James Spens, CB. (from h.p. Shropshire Light Inf.) 

p.s.c. Henry M. Lawson, CB. Royal Engiueers 

(extra). 



Colonel p.s.c. Thomas D, Pilcher, CB. Bedford, Regt. 

p.s.c. Cecil W. Park (from Devonshire Regt). 

p.s.c. Henry Vivian Cowan, Royal Artillery (extra 1. 

William P. Campbell, King's Royal Rifles (extra). 

Henry Napier M'Rae, CB. Indian Army. 

F. C. Earl of Kilmorey, KP. SnroDS. Imp. Yeo. 

L. H. H. Lord Clifford, Plymouth Vol. Inf. Brigade. 

Son. H. G. L. Crichton, Portsmouth Vol. Inf. Brif. 

Sir C. E. H. Vincent, KCMG. CB. 13 Middlesex Vol. 

Rifles. 

YC Robert Bellew Adams, CB. Indian Army. 

p.s.c. A. W. L. Bayly, CB. DSO, Indian Army. 

p.s.c. Hubert I. W. Hamilton, DSO. (from VV. Surrey 

Regt.). 
Aldred Fredk. G. Beresford, Earl of Scarborough, 

CB. Yorkshire Dragoons. 

Hugh de Grey, Marquis of Hertford, Warwick I.Y, 

Lord Algernon Malcolm Arthur Percy, 5 Battalion 

Northumberland Fusiliers. 
Sir Hector Munro, Burt, late 3 Bat. Seaforth High- 
landers. 

Ernest Villiers 1 Surrey Volunteer Rifles. 

George Edward John Mowbray, Earl of Stradbroke. 

CB. 1 Norfolk Roj'al Garrison Art. (Volunteers). 

T. W. Viscount Coke, CMG. MVO. (ret. pay). 

Bt. Hon. A. H. T. Earl of Kintore, GCMG. 3 Batt. 

Gordon Highlanders. 

E. J. A. Balfour (from 7 Mdx. Vol. Rifle C-,rps). 

Most Son. G. Marquis of Bre&dAUmae, KG. 5 V. B. R. 

Highlanders. 
H. T. Viscount Ebrington, Ro3 - al N. Devon Imp. 

Yeomanry. 
J. B. H. Marquis of Salisbury,' CB, 4 Batt. Bedford- 
shire Regt. 

A. A. C. Karl of Albemarle, CB. MVO. 

Charles F. Roberts, CM G. late N. S. Wales Local 

Forces (Honorary). 

John Edward Le Mottee, Royal Guernsey Militia. 

William Kenyon Mitford, CMG. late Middlesex 

Imperial Yeomanry. 

J. H. Bor, CVS. Royal Marines. 

S.S. the Maharaja' Sindhia of Gwalior, GCSI. 

( Sonorary and extra). 
Hon. Maj.Gen. tl.S. Maharai Sir PartabSingh, Bahadur, 

Maharaja r/Idar, GCSI. (Sonorary). 
Hon. Col. S.S. Maharajah Sir Nrinendia Narayan Bhup, 

Bahadur ofCooch Behar, GCIE. CB. (Sonorary). 
Muhammad Aslam Khan, Sirdar Bahadur, C1E. 

(Sonorary). 



Equerries to the King. 



General Aug. C. L. Daieo/Grafton, KG. CB. (honorary) 
Major General Sir H.P. Ewart, KCB. GCVO. 7 Dragoon 

Guards (Crown Equerry). 
Major General Sir Stanley de A. C. Clarke, GCVO. 

CMG. retired pay. 
Lt. I Lionel A. Davidson, CB.CVO. (from h.p. K.R. Rifles) 

I retired pay). 
• 'apiain Geo. L. Holford, CIE. CVO. 1 Life Guards. 
Captain F. E. G. Ponsonby, CVO. Grenadier Guards. 
2nd Lieut. Hon. J. H. Ward, MVO. Worcester Imperial 

Ye >manry. 
T€ General Bt. Son. Sir Dighton M. Probyn, GCB. 

GCVO. KCSI. U. S. List Bengal Cavalry (extra). 
Major General John C. Russell, CVO. ret. pay, Colonel 

12 Lancers (extra). 
Colonel Sir Robt. N. F. Kingscote, GC1 O. KCB. 4 Bn. 

Gloucester Regiment (extra). 



Lt.Colonel Sir F. I. Edwards, GCVO. KCB. ISO. re 

pay Royal Eng. (extra). 
Lt.Colonel Sir Arthur John Bigge, GCVO. KCB. KCMG. 

ISO. ret. pay Royal Artillery (extra). 
Major General Sir Arthur E. A. Ellis, GCVO. CSI. ret.pay 

(extra). 
Major Son. A. H. F. Greville, MVO. Warwick Imperial 

Yeomanry (extra). 
p.s.c. Lt.Colonel A. E. W. Count Gleichen, CVO. CMG 

DSO. (extra). 
Lord M. T. de la P. Beresford. MVO. late 7 Hussars. 
Lt.Colonel Son. Sir W. H. P. Carington, KCVO. CB. 

late Grenadier Guards (extra). 
Hon. Lt.Col. A. B. Haig, CVO. CMG. ret. pay (extra). 
Lt.Col. C. A. A. Frederick. CI'O. Coldstream Gds. (rxfra) 
Col .nei Sir E. R. C. Bradford, Bt. GCB. GCVO. KCSI. 

U. S. List Indian Army (extra). 



Honorary Physicians to the King 



Burgeon Major General James Sinclair, MD. ret. pay. 
Borg. Gen. Sir J- A. Wooll'ryes, KCB. CMG. 1/D. ret.pay. 
Surgeon Major General Alexander Frederick Brad- 

Bhaw, CB. retired pay. 
E HL'eon General Sir W. Taylor, KCB. MD. 
Surgeon General A. F. Preston, MB. retired pny. 
Burgeon General T. Tarrant, mu. retired pay.' 
Burgeon General Sir Joseph Fnyrer, Bart . KCSI.M D. late 

Bengal Estab. (PAytiVJoa Extraordinary '<• Hit Majesty.) 



Deputy Surgeon General Thomas Edmondstoue Charles 

MD. late Bengal Estab 
Surgeon Major General John Pinkertcn, MD. late 

Bombay Estab. 
Surgeon General C. E. M' Vittie, late Madras Estab. 
Colonel B. Franklin, KCIE. Bengal Estab. 
Surgeon Colonel J. Richardson, MB. retired pay. 



Honorary Surgeons to the King. 



Surg. General Sir John Harrie Ker lnnes, KCB. h.p. 
Surg. Major Gen. Sir J. B. Cole Reade, KCB. ret. pay. 
Surgeon Major General C. D. Madden, CB. retired pay. 
Surgeon Major General John George Fau<rht, ret. pay 
Surg. General Jeffery Allen Marston, CB. MD. ret. pay. 
Surgeon General Willipm Flack Stevenson, CB. MB. 
Royal Army Medical Corps. 



Surg. Gen. George Bidie, CIE. MB. late Madras Estab. 
Surgeon General James Macnabb Cuningham, CSI. 

MD. late Bengal Estab. 
Surg. Gen. James Clegborn. CSI. MD. late. Beu. Estab. 
Sur?.Gen.S;YUo!vinColvin-.Smith.AT\B.irZ).]ateInd.M.S. 
Surgeon Major General P. S. Turnbull, MD. 
Lieut.Cclonel Sir W. R. Hooper, KCSI. ret. 



Rev. J. C. Edghill. DD. Chaplain General, ret. pay. 
Rev. R. H. Bullock, DCL. Chaplain ut Clans, ret. pay. 



Honorary Chaplains to the King. 

Sec. E. H. Goodwin, 3A. ist Class, retired pay. 



Inspector General of the Forces and President of the Selection Board. 

Field Marshal H. S.U. Arthur W. P. A. Duke o/Connaught and Strathearn, KG. KT. KP. GCB. GCSI. GCMG. 

GCIE. GCVO. i May 04. 

Private Secretary ... Y€ Bt.Lt. Colonel W. N. Conereve. MVO. Rifle Brisrade. 

,., , „ ( Major M. D. Murray, Seat'orth Highlanders. 

Aides de Lamp j Captain S. E. Holland, Rifle Brigade. 

Staff Officer to Inspector General of ) Colonel Sir J. G. Maxwell, KCB. CVO. CMG. DSO. (with rank oj 

the Forces ) Prig. Gen.). 

Inspector of Cavalry Major General R. S. S. Baden-Powell, CB. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. T. H. S. Marchant, 13 Hussars (Prov.). 

lD .SP^ctor of Royal Horse and Royal) Col 1A N R hf t CB CJfG . 

Field Artil'ery ) 

Inspector of Royal Garrison Artillery Major Genera,! F. G. Slade, CB. Royal Artillery. 

Aide de Camp Captain H 1 . Hall, Royal Artillery. 

Inspector of Roval Engineers Colonel G. Barker. 

Inspector of Ordnance Stores Colonel Sir J. Steevens, KCB. ret. pay (with rani- of Major General) 



ARMY COUNCIL. 

Secretary oi State The St. Son. H. O. Arnold-Forster, MP. 

Chief of the General Staff [First Mi! it „ry > Lt .General Ho , u Si) . NeviUe G . Lytte iton, KCB. 12 Feb. 04. 

Member) • 

Adjutant General to the Forces [Second { Msjor General charles w . H Doug ; aS( CB _ 12 Feh _ C4 . 

Military Member) ) 

Quarter Master General to the Forces) Major General Herbert C. O. Plumer, CB. 12 Feb 

[Third Miht'trn Member) ) 

Master General of the Ordnance [Fourth ) p.s.c. Major General Sir James Wolfe Murray, KCB. Ro Artillery 

Military Member) ... ) 12 Feb. 04. 

Civil Member (Parliamentary Under Secre- > R> w _ T _g aW „ DonoU ghmore. 

tary of Slate) ) 

Finance Member [Financial Secretary) W. Bromley-Davenport, DSO. MP. 

Secretary (Permanent Under Secretary ef\ Co , onel Sir Edvv - ard Ward KCB. 

State) ••■ i 

Naval Adviser Captain W. L. Grant, Royal Navy. 



WAR OFFICE. 

His Majesty's Secretary of State for > s H Q A RNOI.D-FORSTER, MP. 

■War i 

[p.s.c. Lt.Colonel H. G. D. Shute, DSO. (Princiea! 1. 
„.,„,. J A. E. Turner, Esq. 

Private Secretaries - A H Lo ring, Esq. 

IF. Leverton-Harris, Esq. 
Military Secretary to the Secretary of) 
State for "War, and Secretary of the .-p.s.c. Colonel J. S. Ewart, CB. 2 Mar. 04. 

Selection Board ' 

His Majesty's Parliamentary Under 1 R w j EaH o/ Don oughmore. 

Secretary of State for War ) ° 

I J. Toplis. 

Private Secretaries j E _ B Chartens (unpaid). 

Financial Secretary to the War Office W. Bromley-Davenport, Esq. DSO. MP. 

(R. J. G. Paterson, Esq. 

Private Secretaries J. Lieut. Sir S. E. Scott, Bt. West Kent Imperial Yeomanry (unpaid). 

,„ _ r Colonel Sir Edward Ward, KCB. Permanent Under Secretary of State 

Secretary of the War Office £ and Secl . etal . v< Army Council. 

„ , ._, j, , . fH. J. Creedy, Esq. 

Private Secretaries | Captain M. H. Milner, DSO. 2nd County of London Imp-Xeo. (unpaid). 

Assistant to Secretary of the War ( R H Brade Esq 

Office ' 

Director of Army Finance Sir G. D.A.Fleetwood Wilson. CB. Assistant Under Secretary of State. 

Private Secretary B. R. T. Grind'.e, Esq. 



Army Council. 



Assistant Directors 



Deputy A$iitt. Quarter Master General*' 



DEPARTMENT OF CHIEF OF THE GENERAL STAFF. 

Chief of the General Staff Lieut. General Sou. Sir's. G. Lj't.telton.ACB.fZwYjr Military Member). 

Private Secretary J. 8. Ross. 

Director of Military Operations p.s.c.^Major General J. M. Grierson, CB. CMG. CTO. Roy 

rp.s.e. Colonel W. R. Robertson, DSO. 
. ip.t.c. Colonel F. J. Davies, Grenadier Guards. 
(p.s.c Colonel C. E. Callwell. 
'Major E. H. Hills, C.M.G. Royal Engineers. 
p.t.c. Major A. L. Lynden-Beli, East Kent Regiment. 
Colonel A. C. Hansard. 

p.s.c. Major D. J. M. Fasson, Royal Artillery. 
p.s.c. Bt.Lt.Colonel G. F. Milne," D.S'O. Roval Artillery. 
v.t.c. Bt.Lt.Colonel J. A. L. Haldane, D.s'.O. Gordon'fflghlanders. 
ji.s.c. Captain H. C. Holman, DSO. Indian Army. 
Major R. P. Lee, Royal Engineers. 
p.t.c. Major H. B. Williams, DSO. Roval Engineers. 
p.s.c. Bf. Major G. K. Cockerill, Royal Warwickshire Regiment. 
/'..".c. Major J. E. Edmonds, Royal Engineers. 
p.t.c. Major E. M. Woodward, Leicestershire Regiment (temp.), 
p.s.c. Lt. Colonel H. D. Drake. Roval Marine Artillery 
p.t.c. Major W. A. Maebean Royal Artillery. 
p.t.c. Major C. F. Romer, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. 
,/u.e. Lt. Colonel G. M. KirkDatrick, Rora) Engineers 
/Captain V. Ferguson, South" Wales Borderers. 
p.K.i Major V. C. Climo, West India Regiment. 
. . . Major R. St. G. Gorton, Royal Artillery. 
Captain W. S. Douglas, Roval Engineers. 
Major H. C. Lonther, DSO. Scots Guards. 
p.t.c. Major F. C. Turner, Northumberland Fusiliers 
Major A. D. Geddes, East Kent Regiment. 
Captain F. G. W. Kell, South Staffordshire Re"iment 

,c. I aptain G. M'K. Franks, Royal Artillery. 
p.t.c. Captain H. D. Farquharson, R >yal Marini S. 
p.t.e. Captain H. H. Dovrding, Essex Regiment, 
p. .c. Major Son. H. Yarde-Buller, DSO. Rirle Brigade. 
Lieut. R. Ommanney. Royal Engineers. 
1 a i. tain C. G. W. Humer, Royal Engineers. 
pt.c. Major E. S. E. W. Eardley Russell, Royal Artillery. 
Major C. B. Simonds, Royal Artillery. 
Captain H. D. Pearson. Royal Artillery. 
p.t.c. Captain H. B. Roberts, Royal Artillery. 
Major H. R. Davies, Oxfordshire Light Infantry 
p.s.c. Captain X. Malcolm, VSO Argyll and Sutherland Hi-dildrs 
p.s.c. Captain Cbflord Coffin, Roval Engineers 
Captain G. R. Frith, Royal Engineers. 
\j>.s.c. Captain Sir E. J. B. Grogan, St., Rifle Brigade 

Director Of Staff Duties MajorGeneral H. D. Hutchinson, OS/. Indian Arm 

Assistant Director ,,.,.,-. Bt.Lt.Colonel ll.H. Wilson] DSO. Ririe Brigade 

Deputi, Assistant Adjutant Generals ] ?■*■«• J J ,'- rol ° ue ' W - All . v c. 

tp.s.r. Major E. M. Perceval, DSO. Roval Artillery (temp ) 
Deiufy Assistant Quarter Master Sent. ]P-*- c - Ji^Colonel L. A - M. Stopford, Irish Guards. 

'p.s.c. Major .V \\. II. Dn liHilay, 1,'uval Artillery. 

"", Cameron Highlanders. 

Rifle Brigade. 
. Royal Irish Regiment. 
p.s.c. Captain A. H. Manndin, Black Watch. 
\p.sc. Major Hon. A. R. Montagu-Stuart-Wortley, DSO. Kin-', 
v. Royal Rifles. * 

. p.t.c. MajorGeneral Hon. Sir P. W. Stopford, KCMG. CB. 

Assistant Directors (Colonel L. b. May. f.ire. 

I p.t.c. Colonel A. Hamilton-Gordon, Royal Artillery 
p.t.c. Lt.Colonel W. H. Birkneck, ( B. 
I / '' > ''l'',' M: '. l ;"' y ',? [ ;."'', r|, :'. l \f' ""' U "-V'il Engineers. 



Staff Captains 



Staff Capiat us 



Director of Military Training 



Lp.s.c .uajo,- .n. \v. ii. im Boalay, Ro 

(p.t.c. Bt. Major J. Campbell, DSO. Ca 

p.t.c. Captain Sen. G. II. Morris, Rill 

I p.s.c. Captain M. H. K. Welch, Royal 



Deputy Assistant Adjutant Genera} 
Deputy Assistant Quarter Matt 



Gc„s 



Staff i aptain. 



p.s.c. Captain HM. de F. Montgomery, Royal Artillery, 
f Major H. s. Jendwine, Royal Artillery. 
I p I.e. Major A. G. Dallas, Durham Light Infantry 

Captain M. P. Ruckle, DSO. West Kent Regiment. 



' p.:c. Captain ,T. Duncan, DSO. Roval Scots Fusiliers. 
I p.s.c. Captain R. T. Roper, Dorsetshire Regiment. 
p.s.c. Captain A. Solly-Flood, DSO. South Lancashire Regiment. 
\p.t.c. Captain f. O. Maiden, Cheshire Regiment. 



DEPARTMENT OF THE ADJUTANT GENERAL. 

Adjutant General to the Forces Major General C. W. H. Douglas. CB. (Second Military Member) 

Private Secretary Major P. B. Smithe, MVO. 

Director of Recruiting and Organisa- > 
tion }p.t.c. Major General U. S. G. Miles, CVO. CB. 4 June 04. 

( Colonel C. Crutchloy, i/ 1 0. 
Assistant Adjutant Generals < Colonel H. Bowles, CB. 

' J p.s.c. Colonel G. F. Browne, DSO. 
Kp.t.c. Lietit.Colonel G. !•'. Ellison. 

j Y£ Captain 0. Mansul-.Ioncs, vv. Yorkshire Regiment. 
I) puty A tUlant Adjutant Generals ' >'■"■''• Colonel E. J. Granet. 

p.s.c. Lt.Colonel W. L. White. 
Vp.s.c. Captain A. Symons, 13 Hussars. 
a,.jpn 1 ■ f p.s.c. Major D. L. MacEwen, Cameron Highlanders. 

Btajf Uaptuint J Bt.MajorA. M'N. Dykes, Roval Lancaster Regiment. 

Director nf v^cnni « OM ,i„ n „ Kp.t.c. Captain A. II. 11. \v,l, „,. Wiltshire Regiment, 

uireetor of Personal Services p.t.c. Major General W. E. Franklyn, CB. 2 S Mar. 04! 

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3" Army Council. 

(p.s.c. Colonel F. S. Robb, MVO. 

ir.oi c t»„t a ,q.;„ (-«„(- r<„.,„ i„ J Colonel R. C. Maxwell, CB. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals :j Colonel J. R. P. Gordon, CB. 

(^Colonel R. Bannatine-Allason,' CB. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Bt.Major P. R. F. Boileau, Royal Engineers. 

Staff Capiat n p.s.c. Major A. B. Haig, King's Own Scottish Borderers. 

Director General of Army Medical ) Surgeon General Sir W. Taylor, MD. KCB. KEF. {ranking as 
Services i Lt. General), 2 Dec. 01. 

Deputy Director General S?^g£&^^ m 'W^'^«***^> 

Assistant Director General l T l£ Lt.Colonel \V. Babtie, MB. CMG, Royal Army Medical Corp-. 

("Major T. M'Culloch, MB. Roynl Army Medical Corps. 
Deputy Assistant Director Generals < Bt.Lieut.Colonel M. W. Russell, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

(.Major H. C. Thurston, CMG. Royal* Army Medical Corps. 
Director of Auxiliary Forces Major General W. H. Mackinnon, CVO. CB. 19 Apr. 04. 

/Hon. Colouel F. C. Romer, CMG. 6 Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers 

V (for Militia). 
1 „irf„„i t>-„„„<.,,..„ ) IA. Colonel F. C. Viscount Maitland, Citv of Loudon Imperial 

Assistant Directors \ Yeomanry, Gentleman-at-Arms (for Imperial Yeomanry). 

/Hon. Colonel T. S.Cave, 1 Volunteer Battalion Hampshire Regiment 

\. (f or Volunteers). 



DEPARTMENT OF THE QUARTER MASTER GENERAL. 

Quarter Master General to the Forces p.s.c. Major General H. C. O. Plumer, CB. (Third Military Member). 

Prioate Secretary B. E. Holloway. 

Director of Transport and Remounts p s.'c. Major General F. W. Benson, CB. 1 Apr. 04. 
Assistant Director of Transport Colonel F. T. Clayton, CB. 

Staff Captain Major A. R. C. Atkins, Army Service Corps. 

Assistant Director of Remounts Colonel U. G. C. de Burgh, CB. 

Staff 1 Captain Captain L. R. G. Bell. 

Director General, Army Veterinary ) Colonel H. Thomson, CB. Army Veterinary Department (ranking as 

Services $ Major General), 15 Oct. 02. 

Deputy Director General Lt.Colonel J. A. Nunn, CIS. DSO. Army Veterinary Department. 

_. , „„ *„„„j n,..,™*,,™,,,^ (p.s.c Colonel H. M. Lawson, CB. Royal Engineers, with rani- of 

Director of Movements and Quartermgs ^ BrigaMer General, 1 Apr. 04. 

Dsputy Assistant Director of Move- j - p ■ Bt _ M aj or w . c a b eI1 mo G ord on Hi gll i anders . 

ments ) ' ' ° 

^eri'Igs^^ 513 '^ DireCt01 ' ° f Qu ^ r " } Major A. Phelps, Army Service Corps. 

Deputy Assistant Director of Kail' \ Captein H , L. Pritchard, MO. Royal Engineers. 

ways J 1 jo 

Director of Supplies and Clothing p.s.c. Major General R. Auld, CB. 1 Apr. 04. 

Assistant Director of Supplies Colonel W. A. Dunne, CB. 

Director of Equipment and Ordnance ) Culonel F. E. Mulcahy, CB. Army Ordnance Dept. 1 Apr. 04 (witli 

Stores $ rank of Major General). 

« • (. 4. tv 4 C Colonel T. P. Battersb7, Army Ordnance Department. 

Assistant Directors 1 Lt.Colonel E. A. Moult n-Barrett, CMG. Army Ordnance Dcpt. 

_ ._ . .'. . T > J _„„ + „„_ ("Major C. M. Mathevv, DSO. Armr Ordnance Department. 

Deputy Assistant Directors t Major C C. Wrigley, p.a.c. Army Ordnance Department. 



DEPARTMENT OF THE MASTER GENERAL OF THE ORDNANCE. 

,, . „ . ,j.„ n„^„ n I p.s.c. Major General Sir J. W. Murray, KCB. Royal Artillery (Fourth 

Master General of the Ordnance \ Militaty Member). 

Private Secretary B. S. Boulter, Esq. 

Director of Artilleiy Colonel C. F. Hadden, p.a.c. q Apr. 04. 

(Bt.Lt.Colonel J. E. W. Headlam, DSO. Royal Artillery. 
Assistant Directors < Major A. Handley, Royal Artillery. 

(.Major H. H. Rich, Royal Artillery. 
Deputy Assistant Director (temp.) Major M. H. Egan, yj.a.c. Army Ordnance Department. 

("Captain B. J. M. Locke, Royal Artillery. 
Staff Captains •< Captain F. L. Galloway, p.a.c. Royal Artillery. 

(.Captain J. S.Ollivant, DSO. Royal Artilleiy. 

Naval Adviser 

Director of Fortifications and Works Colonel R. M. Ruck, Royal Engineers, 1 Apr. 04. 

( Colonel W. J. Mackenzie. 
Assistant Directors 5 Colonel F. Rainsford-Hannay, Royal Engineers. 

( Colonel S. D. Cleeve, Royal Engineers. 



DEPARTMENT OF THE CIVIL MEMBER OF THE 
ARMY COUNCIL. 

Civil Member ( B- W " J " Earl "J Donoughmore {Parliamentary Under Secretary of 

„..„,. ("J. Toplis. 

Prioate Secretaries < -.-, -n 'r,i,„_ f „, •_ , ■ ,, 

(. Jii. d. Unarceris (unpaid). 

Director of Barrack Construction H. B. Measures, Bsq: FSIBA. 

Chaplain General Bt. Ret: Bishop J. Tayior Smith, DD. 1 Nov. 01. 



DEPARTMENT OF THE FINANCE MEMBER OF THE 

ARMY COUNCIL. 

Financial Secretary W. Bromley Davenport, 1350. MP. (Finance Member). 

_.,„.. ( R. J. G. C. Paterson. 

Private secretaries - ( Uent _ 8ir g_ E _ goott< Ba) . f _ MP w Kent Impei . ial Ye o. (unpad). 

Director of Army Finance Sir G. D.A. Fleetwood Wilson, CB. {Assistant Under Secretary 0/ States 

Prioate Secretary B. R. T. Grmclle, Esq. 

Assistant Director'of Army Finance ... H. J. Gibson, CB. 

Principal Accountant J. A. Flynn. 



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War Services of the Field Marshals. 



4 Sir Frederick Paul Haines' services : — On the formation of the Army of the Sutlej in 1843 he was appointed to 
officiate as Military Secretary to the Commander in Chief in India, Sir Hugh Gough, and in that capacity he was 
present at the battles of Moodkee and Ferozeshah (Medal and one Clasp) ; in the latter engagement he was severely 
wounded by grape-shot at the attack on the enemy's works, his horse being killed under him at the same moment: 
At the recommendation of Lord Gough he was promoted to a Company in the 10th Foot, without purchase: As 
Military Secretary to his Lordship he served in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, and was present at the affair of out 
posts at Ramnuggur, 22nd Nov. 1848, and subsequent operations resulting in the passage of the Chenab, and the bat- 
tles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps). Served with the 21st Fusiliers in 
the Eastern campaign of 1854—55, including the battles of Alma, Balaclava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol 
(Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with four Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). During the Afghan 
war he directed the military operations as Commander in Chief from September 1879 to September 1880 (received 
the thanks of both Houses of Parliament). 

G Lord Wolseley served with the 80th Regiment in the Burmese war of r852-53 (Medal for Pegu), was with the 
expedition under Sir John Cheape against the robber chief Myattoon, and was severely wounded when leading the 
storming party against the chief's stronghold on the 19th March (mentioned in despatches). Landed in the Crimea 
with the 90th Light Infantry on 5th Dec. 1854, and was employed in the trenches as Acting Engineer until Sebastopol 
was taken ; was engaged in the assault and defence of the Quarries on 7th June, and on duty in the trenches at the 
attack of the 18th June ; severely wounded in a sortie 30th August, when in charge of the advanced sap (several 
times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaigns of 1857—59, an d was present at the relief of Luck- 
now, defence of the Alumbagh by Outram, with the several engagements there, siege and capture of Lucknow, sub- 
sequently as D.A.Q.M. General to Grant's division and with it at the affair of Baree, action at Nawabgunger and all 
the others fought by that force (repeatedly mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp). Served 
in the war of i860 in China upon the Quarter Master General's Staff, and was present at the assault of the Taku 
Forts, and in all the engagements throughout the campaign (promoted Major unattached, Medal with two Clasps). 
Commanded the expedition sent in 1870 from Canada to the Red River Territory for the suppression of the Rebel 
Government established at Fort Garry against the Queen's authority, and was created a Knight of St. Michael and 
St. George and Companion of the Bath for his services upon that occasion (Medal). Was Governor and Commander 
of the Forces on the Gold Coast during the Ashanti war of 1873-74 (received the thanks of both Houses of Parlia- 
ment, promoted to be Major General for Distinguished Service in the Field, GCMG. KCB. and Medal with Clasp). At 
a meeting of the Common Council of the Corporation of London it was unanimously resolved as follows : — a That 
the honorary freedom of this City, with a sword of the value of 100 guineas, be presented to Major-General Sir Garnet 
Joseph Wolseley, KCB. GCMG., in recognition of his gallant services in the British Army, and especially in reference 
to the distinguished ability and gallantry displayed by him in his command of the expedition to the Gold Coast, by 
which he obtained results conducive to peace, commerce, and civilisation on the continent of Africa. And this Court 
desires also to record its admiration of the patient endurance of hardship exhibited, and the valuable co-operation 
and assistance rendered to Sir Garnet Wolseley, by the gallant officers and men of both services and of all arms en- 
gaged in the expedition." Was sent to South Africa in June 1879 as Governor and High Commissioner of Natal 
and lands adjacent, with local rank of General. Completed the subjugation of the Zulus and brought the Zulu war 
to a conclusion. Afterwards overpowered Sekukuni's hostile nation and destroyed their stronghold; and finally 
subdued the disaffected Boers and completed the annexation of the Transvaal (GCB., Medal with Clasp). Was Com- 
mander in Chief of the British Expeditionary Army throughout the Egyptian war of 1882, in which campaign that 
Army in the space of 25 days effected disembarkation at Ismailia, traversed the desert, and seized the capital of Egypt 
together with its citadel and the rebel chief, having in that period fought and defeated the enemy five times — finally 
at Tel-el-Kebir where the enemy's strongly entrenched position was taken at the point of the bayonet after an arduous 
night march, all his guns captured, and his army overwhelmed (received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, 
raised to the Peerage, promoted General for Distinguished Service in the Field, Medal with Clasp, 1st Class of the 
Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star). Commanded the forces in the Soudan campaign in 1884-85 (received the thanks 
of both Houses of Parliament, was raised to a Viscount in the Peerage and received two Clasps). 

' Earl Roberts served throughout the Indian Mutiny of 1857-58 as D.A.Q.M. General of Artillery, including 
the siege and capture of Delhi from the 28th June to the 29th September — wounded 14th July, horse shot 14th Sep' 
tember; actions of Bolundshur— horse shot, Allyghur, Agra, Kunoj — horse sabred, and Bundhera where he nar- 
rowly escaped capture while reconnoitring ; present in the skirmishes prior to and throughout the operations 
connected with the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde ; operations at Cawnpore from 28th Nov. to 6th Dec. 1857, and 
defeat of the Gwalior Contingent, action at Khodagunge, reoccupation of Fettehghur, storm of Meangunge, action 
of Koorsee, and the various operations ending with the capture of Lucknow (thanked by the Governor General; 
Victoria Cross, Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps) : received the !rX£ under the following circumstances : — 
" Lieutenant Roberts' gallantry has on every occasion been most marked. On following up the retreating enemy 
on the 2nd January 1858, at Khodagunge, he saw in the distance two Sepoys going away with a standard. Lieutenant 
Roberts put spurs to his horse, and overtook them just as they were about to enter a village. They immediately 
turned round and presented their muskets at him, and one of the men pulled the trigger, but fortunately the cap 
snapped, and the standard-bearer was cut down by the gallant young Officer, and the standard taken possession 
of by him: He also, on the same day, cut down another Sepoy who was standing at bay, with musket and bayonet, 
keeping off a sowar. Lieutenant Roberts rode to the assistance of the horseman, and rushing at the sepoy, with 
one blow of his sword cut him across the face, killing him on the spot." Was employed on special service with the 
expedition of 1863 against the tribes on the North West Frontier of India, and was present at the storming of Laloo, 
capture of Urnbeeylah and destruction of Mulkah (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Abyssinian campaign from 
January 1868, as Assistant Quarter Master General of the Bengal Brigade, and as Senior Officer of the Department 
at Zoula, superintended the re-embarkation of the whole army; was selected by Sir Robert Napier as the bearer 
of his final despatches (Brevet of Lt. Colonel, and Medal). Served as Assistant Quarter Master General and Senior 
Staff Officer with the Cachar Column, Looshai Expeditionary Force, in 1871—72, and was present at the capture o£ 
the Kholel villages, and attack on the Northlang range. Commanded the Troops engaged at the burning of the 
village of Taikoom, 26th January 1872 (CB.). Commanded the Koorum Field Force from the commencement of 
the Afghan war in 1878, and was present at the storming and capture of the Peiwar Kotal and the pursuit of the Afghan 
army to the Shutargardan, at the affair of the Maugior Pass and during the operations in Khost (received the 
thanks of both Houses of Parliament, and KCB.). Commanded the Cabul Field Force during the advance on and 
occupation of Cabul in the autumn of 1879, and was present in the engagement at Charasiah, and throughout the 
operations at Sherpore during the winter of 1879-80 (CIE.) Commanded the Cabul-Candahar Field Force which 
marched from Cabul to Candahar in August 1880, relieved the Candahar Garrison, and on the 1st September de- 
feated and dispersed the army under Ayub Khan (received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, Medal with 
four Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). Nominated GCB. and created a Baronet for his distinguished services in 
India: Has been twenty-three times mentioned in despatches before the Afghan war, during which campaign he 
was eight times thanked by the Viceroy and Commander in Chief in India. Commanded the forces in Burmah in 
r886 after the capture of Mandalay (received the thanks of the Government of India, Clasp). Commanded the 
forces during the war in South Africa from 23rd December 1899 to 2nd January 1901; took part in the operations 
in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including the operations at Paardeberg, and the actions at Poplar 
Grove, Driefontein, Vet River, and Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including the actions 
near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; and in the Traasvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900* 
including the action at Belfast (created an Earl and appointed AT 67., Medal with six Clasps). 



9 War Services of the Field Marshals. 

9 'The Duke of Connaught served in the Egyptian war of 1882, in command of the 1st Brigade (the Guards), and 
was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, 
CB. % Medal with Clasp, 2nd Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). 

10 Sir Henry Evelyn Wood entered the Navy in April 1852, and served in the Naval Brigade as Aide de Camp to 
Captain Peel from 1st Oct. 1854 to 18th June 1855, when he was severely wounded carrying up scallmg ladders 
to the Redan (mentioned in Lord Raglan's despatches, Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th 
CUss of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign of 1858 as Brigade Major in Somerset's 
Brigade, and was present at Rajghur, Sindwaho (mentioned in General Michel's despatch), Kharee, and Barode (men- 
tioned in despatches, Medal). Employed in 1859-60, while commanding 1st Regiment Eeatson's Horse, in hunting 
down rebels in theSeronge Jungles; thanked by the Government of India for an attack made on a band in December 
1859, and gazetted to the Victoria Cross "for having on the 19th October 1858, during action at Sindwaho, when 
in command of a Troop of the 3rd Light Cavalry, attacked with much gallantry, almost singlehanded, a body of rebels 
who had made a stand, whom he routed. Also for having subsequently, near Sindhora, gallantly advanced with 
a duffadar and sowar of Beatson's Horse, and rescued from a band of robbers a Potail, Chemmum Singh, whom they 
had captured and carried off to the Jungles, where they intended to hang him." Raised the 2nd Regiment Central 
India Horse. Accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley to the Gold Coast in September 1873 on special service, and served 
throughout the Ashanti war of 1873-74. Organised the natives forming " Wood's Regiment." Commanded the 
attacking force at the action of Essaman (received the expression of Her Majesty's approbation). Commanded the 
troops at the head of the road following the enemy from Mensu to the river Prah prior to the arrival of the European 
troops, including the reconnaissance in force of the 27th November. Commanded the Right Column at the battle 
of Amoaful — slightly wounded, and commanded the Head Quarters of his regiment at the battle of Ordahsu and 
capture of Coomassie (several times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, CB., Medal with Clasp). Served 
throughout the Gaika war of 1878 in command of a column (several times mentioned in despatches). Served through- 
out the Zulu war of 1879, in command of No. 4 Column. As Political Agent raised a contingent of 1,000 friendly 
Zulus, known as " Wood's Irregulars." Two days after the British reverse at Isanhlwana he surprised and defeated 
a force of several thousands of the enemy and then maintained an advanced position in the enemy's country for which 
he was specially commended by the High Commissioner (nominated KCB.). Defeated the Zulus in the action of 
Kambula on the 29th March. Appointed Brigadier General in April. Led the advance on Ulundi with a Flying 
Column, and was present in the engagement there on the 4th July (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 
Served in the Boer war of 1881 with the rank of Major Genera!, and on the death of Sir George Colley, as Governor 
of Natal and Commander in Chief of the British forces (GCMG.). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 in command 
of the 4th Brigade in the operations near Alexandria, oincluding the surrender of Kafr Dowar and Damietta 
(mentioned in despatches, received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, Medal, 2nd Class of the Medjidie, and 
Kheive's Star). Served during the Nile Expedition in 1884—85 in command of the Line of Communications (men- 
tioned in despatches, 1st Class of the Medjidie, Clasp). 

11 Sir George White served with the 27th Regiment on the North West Frontier during the Indian mutiny in 
1857—59 (Medal). Served with the 92nd Highlanders in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and was present in the engage- 
ment at Charasiah on the 6th October 1879, and in the various operations around Cabul in December 1879, includ- 
ing the investment of Sherpore ; was also present in the engagement at Charasiah on the 25th April 1880; accom- 
panied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar, and was present at the reconnaissance of 31st August and 
at the battle of Candahar (frequently mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, CB., Victoria Cross, Medal with 
three Clasps, and Bronze Decoration : was awarded the U(£ " for conspicuous bravery during the engagement at 
Charasiah on the 6th October 1879, when, finding that the artillery and rifle fire failed to dislodge the enemy from 
a fortified hill which it was necessary to capture, Major White led an attack upon it in person. Advancing with two 
companies of his regiment, and climbing from one steep ledge to another, he came upon a body of the enemy, strongly 
posted, and outnumbering his force by about 8 to 1. His men being much exhausted, and immediate action being 
necessary, Major White took a rifle, and, going on by himself, shot the leader of the enemy. This act so intimidated 
the rest that they fled round the side of the hill, and the position was won. Again, on the 1st September 1880, at 
the battle of Candahar, Major White, in leading the final charge, under a heavy fire from the enemy, who held a 
strong position and were supported by two guns, rode straight up to within a few yards of them, and, seeing the guns, 
dashed forward and secured one, immediately after which the enemy retired." Served with the Nile Expedition 
in 1884-85, during the latter part of the time as Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General (Medal with Clasp, 
and Khedive's Star). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1885—89 in command of the 2nd Infantry Brigade 
and commanded at Mandalay during the insurrection ; commanded the Upper Burmah Field Force after the capture 
of Mandalay (received the thanks of the Government and of the Commander in Chief in India, promoted Major 
General for distinguished service in the field, frequently mentioned in despatches, KCB., and Medal with Cla^p). 
Commanded the Zhob Field Force in 1890 (received the thanks of the Government and Commander-in-Chief in 
India). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 in command of the Natal Field Force, and successfully 
conducted the defence of Ladysmith during its investment by the Boers for the period of 118 days, until relieved 
by the force under Sir Red vers Buller (twice mentioned in despatches, GCMG., Medal with two Clasps); L ^ 



War Services of the General Officers. l o 



1 For the War Services ot General Officers being Colonels of Regiments, &c, see the Corps to which they espectiveiy 
belong. 

1W Sir George Barker served with the 73th Highlanders in the Persian war in 1857, including the night attack 
and battle of Kooshab, bombardment of Mohumrah, and expedition to Ahwaz (Medal with Clasp). Served in Bengal 
with Havelock's Column from its first taking the field in 1857, including the actions of Futtehpore, Aoung, Pandoo, 
Nuddee, Cawnpore, Onao, Buseerutgunge (first and second), Boorbeakechowkee, and the several actions leading to 
and ending in the relief of the Residency of Lucknow and subsequent defence, including several sorties — wounded 
with Outram's Force at Alumbagh, including the repulse of the numerous attacks, and in the operations ending in 
the final capture of Lucknow, where he officiated as D. A. Q.M. General, 1st Division, and was mentioned in despatches 
the Rohilcund campaign in 1858, and capture of Bareilly (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps, Brevet 
of Major, and a year's service for Lucknow). 

H8 Sir Frederick Forestier Walker served as Assistant Military Secretary to Lieut. General Sir Arthur Cunyng- 
hame during the Kafir war of 1878 (mentioned in despatches, CB). Was employed on Special Service throughout the 
Zulu war of 1879, first as Principal Staff Officer to No. 1 Column, being present at the action of Inyezane, and during 
the occupation of Ekowe, and subsequently on the Line of Communications, and in command of Fort Pearson and 
the Lower Tugela District (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served with the Bechuanaland Expedition 
under Sir Charles Warren in 1884-85 as Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General (CMC). Served in the 
South African war in 1899—1900 in general command and direction Lines of Communication (twice mentioned in 
despatches, GCMC. Medal with two Clasps). 

124 Sir Charles Mansfield Clarke served in the 57th Regiment with the Column under Colonel Warre on the Taptee 
River in cooperation with the Central India Field Force in 1858. Served also in the New Zealand war of 1861, and 
was present at the operations before Te Arei. Also during the war in rS63-66, present as Adjutant of the 57th at the 
action of Katikara (mentioned in despatches), and as D.A.Q.M. General from June 1863 to March 1866 in the Pro\ ince 
of Taranaki, including the action near Poutoko, capture of the Maori positions at Ahuahu, Kaitake, Mataitawa, and 
Te Arei, operations at Warea and Te Puru, and various minor affairs (repeatedly mentioned in despatches, Medal). 
Served in the Zulu campaign of r879 ; commanded the 57th Regiment in the engagement at Gingindhlovu (mentioned 
in despatches) and relief of Ekowe ; afterwards commanded the 2nd Brigade 1st Division, and subsequently was 
appointed to the command of " Clarke's Column " — a force of all arms — formed by Sir Garnet Wolseley for the follow- 
ing objects; the second advance to Ulundi, the capture of King Cetywayo, the subjugation of the Zulu tribes near 
the Middle Drift of the River Tugela, and the pacification of Zululand ; these objects were successfully accomplished 
(thanked in General Orders, mentioned in despatches as having " performed the duties of his responsible command 
in the most highly efficient manner," Brevet of Colonel, CB., Medal with Clasp). On the conclusion of the war was 
appointed Commandant General ot the Colonial Forces in South Africa. 

, I28 Lord William Seymour served as a Midshipman with the Baltic Fleet in 1854 (Medal). Served with the 2nd 
Battalion Coldstrean Guards in the Egpytian war 1882, and was present in the engagement at Tel-el-Mahuta, and 
at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, 3rd Class of the Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star). 

1°8 Sir G. B. Wolseley served with the 84th Regiment during the latter part of the Indian Mutiny, and was engaged 
in all the minor affairs in the Shahabad district under Sir John Douglas (Medal). Served in the Afghan war in 
1878-79 as Assistant Adjutant General with the Candahar Field Force (Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal). Served in the 
Egyptian war of 1882 as Assistant Adjutant General with the Head Quarters of the Army, and was present at the 
battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Aide de Camp to the Queen, Medal with Clasp, 3rd Class of the 
Medjidie, and Khedive's Star) ; also served with the Nile Expedition in r884-8s as Assistant Adjutant General at Head 
Quarters, and afterwards commanded at Abu Gus (mentioned in despatches C B.,and Clasp). Served with the Burmese 
Expedition in 1887 and 1889-91 in command of a Brigade (mentioned in despatches, KCB., and Medal with Clasp). 
Commanded the troops during the operations in the Wuntho Territory in 1891 (received the thanks of the 
Government of India). 

I'P Sir William Butler served in the 69th Regiment with the Field Force which repelled an incursion of 
Fenians into Canada in May r870 (Medal), and with the Red River Expedition in the same year (promoted Captain 
Unattached). Served throughout the Ashanti war from the 23rd October r873, and was employed as Special 
Commissioner to the Western Akims (mentioned in despatches, substantive rank of Major, CB., Medal with Clasp). 1 
Served in the Zulu war of 1878-79 as Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General at the Base (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master 
General on the Head Quarters Staff, and was present at the engagements of F.l Magfar, Tel-el-Mahuta, and Kassasin 
(9th September), and in the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Aide de Camp to the Queen, Medal with 
Clasp, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, and Kedive's Star). Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as Assistant Adjutant 
and Quarter Master General, and was present at the action at Kirbekan (twice mentioned in despatches, two Clasps): 
Served with the Egpytian Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 in command of a Brigade and was present in the engage- 
ment at Giniss (mentioned in despatches, KCB.). 

W Sir George Luck was present at the operations against the Jowaki Afreedees in January 1878 (Medal with 
Clasp). Served with the Candahar Column in the Afghan war of r878— 80, including the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzai ; 
commanded a squadron of the 15th Hussars and a troop of the 1st Punjaub Cavalry in engagements with the Afghan 
cavalry at Takht-i-Pul on the 4th January 1879 — slightly wounded (mentioned in despatches); served with the 
Thull-Chotiali Field Force under Brigadier General Biddulph (CB.), and accompanied Major General Phayre, in 
command of his regiment, in the march to the relief of Candahar in August 1880 (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 
Served in the Boer war of 1881 in command of the 15th Hussars. 

W Sir Ian S. M. Hamilton served with the 92nd Highlanders in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present 
in the engagement at Charasiah on 6th October 1879 including the subsequent pursuit of the Afghans (mentioned 
in despatches) and in the operations around Cabul in December 1879 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two 
Clasps). Served in the Boer war of 1881 — severely wounded (mentioned in despatches). Served with the Nile 
Expedition in 1884-85 with the 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders; was Captain of the Guard to Major General 
Earle, Commanding the River Column, and was present at the action of Kirbekan (mentioned in despatches, Brevet 
of Major, Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 (mentioned 
in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp). Served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low 
in 1895 as Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General of the Lines of Communication (mentioned in despatches, 
CB., and Medal with Clasp). Commanded 3rd Brigade Tirah Expeditionary Force in the campaign on the North West 
Frontier of India under Sir Wiliam Lockhart in T897-98 (mentioned in despatches, two Glasps). Served in the South 
African war in 1899-1902 as Chief of Staff in Natal, and in command of the Mounted Infantry Division. Took 
part in the operations in Natal in 1899, including the actions at Elandslaagte, Rietfontein, and Lombard's Kop; 
the defence of Ladysmith, including the action of the 6th Jan. 1900 ; operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 
1900, and the actions at Houtnek, Vet River, and Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including 
the actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov: 
1900, and the action at Lydenburg ; in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, and the action at 
Zilikat's Nek. Afterwards served as Chief of Staff in South Africa, and directed the operations in the Wester 
Transvaal (three times mentioned in despatches, promoted Lieut. General for Distinguished Service in the FieM 
KCB., Medal with six Clasps). 



ii War Services of the General Officers. 

183 Sir Charles Tucker served with the 8oth Regiment with the left attack during the Bhootan Expedition ins 
1865 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Perak operations in 1876, part of the time as Brigade Major ; commanded 
the left attack in the operations against Sekukuni in 1878 ; commanded the 80th Regiment in the Column under 
Colonel Rowlands on the Swazi border in the Zulu war of 1879, and subsequently the troops at Luneberg ; 
also commanded the regiment in Wood's Column during the march through Zululand and in the engagement at 
Ulundi (CB., Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899—1902 in command of an Infantry 
Division, and also in command of Pretoria District (three times mentioned in despatches, promoted Lieut. General 
for Distinguished Service in the Field, KCB.). 

186 General J. F. Owen served with Wood's 'Column in the Zulu war of 1879 in command of a Mounted 
Gatling Battery, and was present in the engagement at Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 
(Medal with Clasp). 

204 Major General C. J. Burnett served in the Ashanti war from the 30th November 1873 till invalided at Quar- 
man, including the attack and capture of Adubiassie ; commanded the post of Quarman at the commencement of 
the enemy's attack upon it on the 31st January (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served tn the Afghan war 
in 1879-80 as Assistant Adjutant General 1st Division Candahar Field Force, and was present at the defence of Can- 
dahar (mentioned in despatches), including the sortie of Deh Khojah (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, 
Medal). 

■207 Major General B. A: Combe served with the 3rd Sind Horse in the Abyssinian campaign, and was present as 
Orderly Officer to Colonel Fraser at the action of Arogee, and capture of Magdala (Medal). Served throughout the 
Afghan war of 1878-80, first as Brigade Major of Cavalry 1st Division Peshawur Valley Field Force, including the 
attack and capture of Ali Musjid and the engagement at Futtehabad ; afterwards as Deputy Assistant Quarter 
Master General, and was present in the engagement at Charasiah on the 6th October 1879, in the operations around 
Cabul in December r879, including the investment of Sherpore, and in the engagement at Shekabad ; accompanied 
Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar, and was present at the battle of Candahar (frequently mentioned 
in despatches, Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, Medal with four Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). 

212 Sir Hugh M'Calmont served in the Red River Expedition in 1870 (brought home the despatches, Medal): 
Accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley to the Gold Coast in September 1873 as Aide de Camp (Ashanti Medal). Was 
appointed a Military Attache to the British Embassy at Constantinople on the outbreak of the Russo-Turkish war 
in 1877, and accompanied the Turkish armies in the field throughout the campaign in Armenia (Brevet of Major, 
Turkish War Medal). Accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley to South Africa as Aide de Camp in 1879, and was present 
in the subsequent operations, including those against Sekukuni (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, 
Medal with Clasp). Served on the Staff of Brigadier General Macgregor in the expedition against the Marris in 1880 
(mentioned in despatches). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Brigade Major of the 1st Cavalry Brigade, and 
was present in the engagement at Mahsama, in the two actions at Kassasin, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir and the 
capture of Cairo (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served 
with the Nile Expedition in r884-85 as second in command and afterwards in command of the Light Camel Regi- 
ment, including the operations of the Desert Column (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, CB., and* 
Clasp). 

214 Major General L; V. Swaine served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Military Secretary to Sir Garnet Wolseley, 
and was present at the engagement of El Magfar, Tel-el-Mahuta, and Kassasin (9th Sept.), and in the battle of Tel-el- 
Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, CB., Medal with Clasp, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, and Khe- 
dive's Star). Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as Military Secretary to Lord Wolseley (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Clasp). 

216 Sir Archibald Hunter served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Egyptian Army (mentioned in de- 
spatches, Brevet of Major, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's 
Star) ; with the Egyptian Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 including the engagement at Giniss — severely wounded 
(mentioned in desptaches, DSO.) ; and in the operations on the Soudan frontier in 1889 in command of a Brigade 
of the Egyptian army, including the engagements at Arguin and Toski — wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet 
of Lt. Colonel, Clasp). Served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896 in com- 
mand of the Infantry Division, including the engagement at Firket and the operations at Hafir (mentioned in des- 
patches, promoted to be Major General for distinguished service in the field, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal 
with two Clasps) ; in r897 he commanded Columns, and was present in the engagement at Abu Hamed and at the 
occupation of Berber (mentioned in despatches, 2nd Class of the Osmanieh, two Clasps to Khedive's Medal) ;in 1898 
he commanded a Division of the Egyptian Army, including the Cavalry reconnaissances on 30th March and 4th 
April and the battle of the Atbara (mentioned in despatches), and commanded the Infantry Divsion at the battle 
of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, 2nd Class of the Osmanieh, 
KCB., and two Clasps to Khedive's Medal). Served in the South African war in r899— 1900 as Chief of the Staff, 
and took part in the defence of Ladysrnith including the sortie of 1st December 1899 ; afterwards commanded an 
Infantry Division (several times mentioned in despatches, promoted Lieut. General for distinguished service in the- 
field, Medal with four Clasps). 

221 Major General G. Salis-Schwabe served in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1879, in command of the Native 
Carrier Corps (2,000 strong), which he organised (Medal with Clasp). 

231 Major General E. S. Brook served with the 94th Regiment in the Zulu war of 1879, anc & was present in the 
engagement at Ulundi and in the subsequent operations against Sekukuni, including the storming of the strong- 
hold (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Boer war of r88o— 81 in command of the Fort at Marabastadt, which he suc- 
cessfully defended for a period of 92 days (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel). Commanded the 2nd 
Brigade Tochi Field Force during part of the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lock- 
hart in 1897—98 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1902 on the Staff, and in command of the 
Harrismith District (mentioned in despatches). 

235 Major General B. B. D. Campbell served with the 1st Battalion Scots Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, 
and was present in the engagements at El Magfar and Tel-el-Mahuta and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with 
Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1900-02 in command of r 6th Infantry Brigade from 
20th Jan. 1900 to 22nd July 1902, and took part in the operations in the Orange Free State, April to May 1900 ; 
in Orange River Colony, May to Oct. 19CO, including the actions at Biddulphsberg and Wittebergen, 1st to 29th 
July 1900 ; in the Transvaal, Oct. 1900 ; in Orange River Colony, Nov. 1900 to Feb. 1901 ; in the Transvaal and 
Natal, Feb. and March T901 ; in Orange River Colony, March 1901 to April 1902 ; also served as Commandant of 
the Ficksberg, Brandwater and Bethlehem districts, Aug. 1901 to April 1902 (twice mentioned in despatches, CB.,. 
CVO Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

238 Sir G. de C. Morton served as Adjutant of the 1st Battalion 6th Regiment in the Hazara campaign of 1868, 
including the subsequent operations in the Black Mountain (Medal with Clasp). Served as Brigade Major and as 
Assistant Adjutant General during the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present at the attack and capture of the 
Peiwar Kotal (mentioned in despatches), in the engagement at Charasiah on the 6th October 1879 (mentioned in 
despatches), and in the operations around Cabul in December 1879 (mentioned in despatches) ; accompanied Sir 
Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar, and was present at the battle of Candahar (mentioned in despatches, 
Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Medal with four Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). 

244 Sir N. G. Lyttelton served with the 4th Battalion Rifle Brigade in the Jowaki campaign of 1877 (Medal with 
Clasp). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Aide de Camp to Sir John Adye, Chief of the Staff, and was present 
in the engagements of Tel-el-Mahuta, Kassasin (9th Sept.), and in the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, 
Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star). Served in the campaign 
in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898 in command of the 2nd Brigade British Division, and was present 
in the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, promoted Major General for distinguished service in the field, 
received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in the 
South African war in iSgg-rgoo in command of the 4th Infantry Brigade, also as Chief of Staff. Took part in the 
relief of Ladysrnith, including the action at Colenso ; the operations of the 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and the action at 
Vaal Krantz; on Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb.: Afterwards commanded the 4th Infantry Division, and took 
part in the operations in Natal, March to June 1900, and the action at Laing's Nek ; in the Transvaal, east of 
Pretoria, August and Sept: 1900, including the action at Belfast; Commanded in the operations against De Wet in 
Cape Colony and Orange River Colony in Feb. and March 190T: Subsequently commanded in Natal (mentioned 
in despatches, promoted Lieut. General for distinguished service in the field, KCB., Medal with six Clasps). 



War Services of the General Officers. 12 

246 Major General L. J. Oliphant served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star), 
served in the South African war in 1901—02 in command of the Germiston District, and in command of a section 
of the Lines of Communication (mentioned in despatches, CB.). 

2ffl Major General R. B. Lane served in the Zulu war of 1879 as Aide de Camp to Major General Newdigate, and was 
present in the engagement at Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served in the 
Boer war of 1881 under Sir Evelyn Wood as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General, Served in the Egyptian war 
of 1882 as Aide de Camp to H.R.H. Major General the Duke of Connaught, Commanding the 1st Brigade, and was 
present in the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of 
the Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star). 

-J :; Major General H. H. Parr served during the Kafir war of 1877 as Colonial Miitary Secretary to the Cape Govern- 
ment, and was employed to inspect and report on the Colonial Forces. On the outbreak of the Zulu war in 1879 he 
served as Assistant Staff Officer to Colonel Glyn's Column. Afterwards as Military Secretary to the High Commissioner 
(several times mentioned in the despatches of his Excellency Sir Bartle Frere, Medal with Clasp, CMC). Served in 
the Boer war of 1881 as Commandant of the Remount Establishment, and also as Commandant of a corps of Mounted 
Infantry: Commanded the Mounted Infantry in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the engagement at 
Tel-el-Mahuta — severely wounded (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, 4th Class of the Medjidie, Medal, 
and Khedive's Star). Served in the expedition to the Soudan in 1884, as Commandant of Suakin and afterwards 
in command of Native Troops at Suakin ; organised a carrier corps for service with British troops and also a troop of 
Mounted Infantry for scouting duties ; was present in the engagement at Temai (mentioned in Admiral Sir William 
Hewitt's despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, two Clasps). Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884—85 as Commandant 
of Shellal (Clasp, 3rd Class of the Osmanieh). 

-'■' ; Sir Reginald Pole-Carew served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 as Aide de Camp to Sir Frederick Roberts, and 
was present at the advance on Cabul, in the engagement at Charasiah on 6th October 1879, and in the operations 
around Cabul in December 1879, including the investment of Sherpore ; accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the 
march to Candahar, and was present at the battle of Candahar (several times mentioned in despatches, Medal with 
three Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). Served as Orderly Officer to H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught in the Egyptian 
war of 1882, and was present in the engagement at Tel-el-Mahuta and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, 
and Khedive's Star). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 (mentioned in despatches. CB., and Medal 
with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899— 1900 successively as Commandant at Head Quarters, in 
command of an Infantry Brigade, and in command of an Infantry Division; Took part in the advance on 
Kirnberley, including the actions at Modder River and Magersfontein; in the operations in the Orange Free State, 
Feb. to May 1900, and the actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Yet River, and Zand River; in the Transvaal in 
May and June 1900, including the actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in the Transvaal, east 
of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, and the action at Belfast (three times mentioned in despatches, promoted Major 
General for Distinguished Service in the Field, KCB., Medal with five Clasps). 

-"" Sir Charles Knox served with the Bechuanaland Expedition in 1884-85 under Sir Charles Warren, when he 
raised and commanded the 4th Pioneer Regiment (Brevet of Lt. Colonel). Served in the South African war in 1899- 
1900 in command of the 13th Brigade, and took part in the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, 
including those at Paardeberg of 16th to 27th Feb. 1900 — severely wounded (three times mentioned in despatches, 
KCB.. promoted Major General for Distinguished Service in the Field). 

- ■■■"' Major General H. Gough served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 on special duty, and was present at the attack 
and capture of Ali Musjid (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Soudan Exepdition in 1884 with the 10th Hussars 
and was present in the engagements at EI Teb and Temai (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with 
Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Bechuanaland expedition in 1884-85 under Sir Charles Warren, when 
he raised and commanded a regiment of Mounted Rifles (CMG.). 

280 Major General A. S. Wynne served as Superintendent of Army Signalling in the Jowaki campaign in 1877 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 as Superintendent of Field 
Telegraphs, and was present at the capture of the Peiwar Kotal in charge of Army Signalling with the Koorum Valley 
Field Force, and in the engagements in the Mungiar Pass and at Mattoon Khost (mentioned in despatches, Brevet 
of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Boer war of 1881 with the Natal Field Force as Deputy Assistant Adjutant 
and Quarter Master General for Signalling. Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 on the Lines of Commu- 
nication (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's 
Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 first as Deputy Adjutant General, and afterwards in com- 
mand Oj the nth Infantry Brigade, the Standerton-Heidelberg District and Cape Colony District. Took part in 
the relief of Ladysmith, including he operations of the 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, and the action at Spion Kop ; 
the operations of the 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and the action at Vaal Krantz; on the Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th 
Feb.— wounded 22nd Feb.; in Natal, March to June 1900, and the action at Laing's Nek (three times mentioned 
in d ispatches, promoted Major General for Distinguished Service in the Field, Medal with six Clasps): 

-'■ l Major General C. W. H. Douglas served in the Afghan war of 1878-80 with the 92nd Highlanders, and was 
present in the engagement at Charasiah on the 6th of October 1879 and subsequent pursuit of the Afghans, in the 
operations round Cabul in December 1879 including the investment of Sherpore, and in the engagement at Charasiah 
on the 25th April 1880 (mentioned in despatches); accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar, 
and was present at the reconnaissance of the 31st August and at the battle of Candahar — horse shot (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). Also served in the Boer war of 1881. 
Served in the Soudan campaign of 1884-85 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General (mentioned: 
in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1899— 1901 in command 
of the 9th Infantry Brigade and in command of a Column. Took part in the advance on Kirnberley, ' including" the 
action at Magersfontein; the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb: to May 1900 ; in the Transvaal, west of 
Pretoria, July to 29th Nov., and the action at Venterskroon ; in the Orange River Colony, May to 29th Nov: 1900, 
including the actions at Lindley, 1st June, and Rhenoster River (twice mentioned in despatches, promoted Major 
General for Distinguished Conduct in the Field, Medal with three Clasps). 

- ■- M ijor General Smith-Dorrien served in the Zulu war in 1879, and was present in the engagements at Isanhl- 
wan 1 and Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 in command 
the Mounted Infantry (which he raised) with Sir Evelyn Wood's Brigade (Medal, and Khedive's Star). Served in 
the Soudan campaign in 1885 with the Mounted Infantry (Clasp) ; also served with the Soudan F'rontier Field Force 
in [885—86 including the investment of Kosheh and the engagement at Giniss (mentioned in despatches, DSO., and 
4th Class of the Medjidie). In 1887 he was nominated to the 4th Class of the Osmanieh for services with the Egyptian 
Army: Served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897-98 with 
the Tirah Expeditionary Force with the 2nd Battalion Derbyshire Regiment, and was present at the capture of the 
■ ;ha and Arhanga Passes, and in the operations in the Mastura, Waran, and Bazar Valleys (mentioned in de- 
spatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 in command 
of an Infantry Brigade, and afterwards in command of the Lines of Communication, Kroonstad to Pretoria (three 
1 iraes mentioned in despatches, promoted Major General for Distinguished Service in the Field, Medal with four Clasps). 

208 Major General W M. Willson served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85, and was present at the action at Abu 
B I :rved also as Commandant at Gubat (mentioned in despatches, CB., British Medal with two Clasps, and Khe- 

dive . Star) Served in the South African war in igor on Special Service (twice mentioned in despatches, KCB.): 

-'■' Major General V. W. Kitchener served in the Afghan war of 1878-80 as Transport Officer Cabul Field Force, 
■""' |.i 'Nt in the advance on Cabul under Sir F. Roberts, in the engagement at Charasiah on the 6th October 

' I79, i> th" affair at Karez Meer, in the operations in the Chardeh Valley, at the defence of Sherpore, and with the 
Kama Expedition (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps). Served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force 
under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896 as Director of Transport, including the engagement at Firket and the operations 
at Hafir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, British Medal, and Khedive's 
Medal with two Clasps) ; in the operations in 1897 (Clasp to Khedive's Medal) ; and in 1897-98 as Director of Trans- 
port. Military Governorof Khartoum, and Commandant of the Kordofan Field Force, and was present at the battles 
°u \r A'' )ara Onentioned in despatches) and Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, 3rd Class of 
tli ■ \! idjidie, two Clasps to Khedive's Medal). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 on the Staff, and took 
part in the relief of Ladysmith (three times mentioned in despatches, promoted Major General for Distinguished Service 
>nth<- Field, CB., Medal with three Clasps). 

-'" lop! Uundonald served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 in command of the 2nd Life Guards detachment 



13 War Services of the General Officers. 

ol the Camel Corps ; carried the despatches to Korti announcing the seizure of the Gakdul wells ; commanded the 
transport and baggage of the Desert Column under Sir Herbert Stewart in the advance to Metammeh ; was present 
at the action at Abu Klea and in the engagement at Gubat ; acted as guide to the convoys which left Gubat on the 
evenings of 23rd January and 1st February, and also to the reinforcements to Abu Klea ; carried the despatches from 
Gubat announcing the fall of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lieut.Colonel, Medal with two Clasps, 
and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900; commanded the Mounted Troops of the South 
Natal Field Force in the operations in Natal in 1899; took part in the relief of Ladysmith, including the action at 
Colenso; the operations of the 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, and the action at Spion Kop; commanded the 3rd Cavalry 
Brigade in the operations of the 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and the action at Vaal Krantz ; on the Tugela Heights, 
14th to 27th Feb., and the action at Pieter's Hill; commanded the 3rd Mounted Brigade and the Natal Volunteer 
Brigade in the operations in Natal, March to June 1900, and the action at Laing's Nek ; commanded the 3rd 
Mounted Brigade in the operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, and the actions at 
Belfast and Lydenburg; and in Orange River Colony, May to 29th Nov. 19CO (several times mentioned in de- 
spatches, promoted Major General for Distinguished Service in the Field, Medal with six Clasps). 

266 Major General A. H. Paget served in the second phase of the Ashanti war from the 17th December 1873, attached 
to Captain Butler's command (Medal with Clasp). Served in the expedition to the Soudan in 1885 with the 2nd Batta- 
lion of the Scots Guards, and was present in the engagements at Hasheen and Temai (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's 
Star). Served in the South African war in 1899— 1900 in command of the 1st Battalion Scots Guards and was present 
in the advance on Kimberley, including the engagements at Belmont (mentioned in despatches), Enslin, Modder 
River — horse shot (mentioned in despatches), and Magersfontein ; appointed to command an Infantry Brigade in 
April 1900 ^promoted Major General for Distinguished Service in the Field, Medal with five Clasps). 

267 Major Geneial H. F. Grant while serving with theEgyptian army in 1884, suppressed a mutiny of the Turkish 
Battalion (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 3rd Class of the Medjidie). Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85, and in the 
subse uent operations in the Soudan in 1885 in command of a battalion of Mounted Infantry (mentioned in de- 
spatches, CB., Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star). 

208 Sir Bruce M. Hamilton served with the 15th Regiment in the Afghan war in 1880 with the force under Major 
General Phayre (Medal). Served in the Boer war of 1881 as Aide de Camp to Sir George Colley, and was present in 
the engagement at the Ingogo River (mentioned in despatches) ; afterwards served as Aide de Camp to Sir Evelyn 
Wood until the conclusion of operations. Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1885 (Medal with Clasp). Served 
with the Ashanti Expedition under Sir Francis Scott in 1895 (Brevet of Lt-Colonel, Star). Served with the Benin 
Expedition under Rear Admiral Rawson in 1897 in command of the Niger Coast Protectorate Force (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 with the Ladysmith 
Relief Force as Assistant Adjutant General, and was present at the battle of Colenso, and in the operations of 17th 
to 24th January 1900 — slightly wounded (mentioned in despatches, KCB., promoted Major General for Distinguished 
Service in the Field). 

269 Major General R. S. S. Baden-Powell served in the operations in Zululand in 1888 as Assistant Miltary Sec- 
etary to the General Officer Commanding and as Intelligence Officer (mentioned in depatches). Served with the 

expedition to Ashanti under Sir Francis Scott in 1895 (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Star). Served in the operations in 
South .Africa as Chief Staff Officer (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal). Served in the South African 
war in 1899— 1900, and conducted the defence of Mafeking against greatly superior numbers for seven months, until 
relieved by a force under Brigadier General B. T. Mahon combined with a small force under Colonel Plumer (pro- 
moted Major General for Distinguished Service in the Field, mentioned in despatches) ; afterwards served as Major, 
General on the Staff (Medal with three Clasps, CB.). 

270 Sir C. Holled Smith served with the 3rd Battalion 60th Rifles in the Zulu war from April to September 1879 
'Medal with Clasp). Also served in the Boer war of 1881, and was present in the enuagements at Laing's Nek and 
the Ingogo River (mentioned in despatches). Served with the 3rd Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps in the Egyp 
:ian war of 1882, and was present in the reconnaissance in force from Alexandria on 5th August, in the engage- 
ment at Tel-el-Mahuta, the action at Kassasin (9th September), and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in des- 
patches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 
with the Egyptian Army, and was employed on the Lines of Communication ; was afterwards Commandant at 
Semneh (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Clasp). Served in the operations of the Soudan Fron- 
tier Field Force in 1885-86. Commanded a Brigade during the operations near Suakin in December 1888 in- 
cluding the engagement at Gemaizah (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Clasp). Commanded the force 
during the operations in February 1891 including the capture of Tokar (Clasp to Khedive's Star, 2nd Class of the 
Medjidie). 

271 Major General \V. H. Mackinnon served in the South African war in 1900 in command of the City of 
London Volunteers, and took part in the operations in the Orange Free State in May 1900, including the action at 
Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including the actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and 
Diamond Hill; and in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, and the action at Eland's River 
(mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with four Clasps). 

272 Major General A. G. Raper served with the Zhob Valley Expedition in 1884. 

2713 Major General H. C. O. Plumer served in the expedition to the Soudan under Sir Gerald Graham in 1884 as 
Adjutant of the 1st Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment, and was present in the engagements at El Teb and 
Temai (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served in the 
operations in South Africa under Sir Frederick Carrington in 1896, when he organised, raised, and commanded a 
Corps of Mounted Rifles (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal). Served in the South African war 
in 1899-1902 as Special Service Officer and in command of the Rhodesian Field Force; took part in the relief o 
Mafeking— wounded (three times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, appointed Aide de Camp to the King 
CB., promoted Major General for Distinguished Service in the Field). 

277 Sir Francis Howard served with the Jowaki Afreedee Expedition in 1877-78 (Medal with Clasp). Served with 
the 4th Battalion Rifle Brigade in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present at the attack and capture of Ali 
Musjid and with the expeditions into the Bazar and Lughman Valleys (Medal with Clasp). Served with the Bur- 
mese Expedition in 1888-89 with tne 4th Battalion Rifle Brigade (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel 
Clasp). Served in the Soudan campaign under Sir H. Kitchener in 1898 in command of the 2nd Battalion Rifle 
Brigade, and was present at the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, granted reward for distinguished 
service, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in the occupation of Crete in 1898 (C3IG). 
Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 on the Staff, and took part in the defence of Ladysmith (men- 
tioned in despatches, KCB., Medal with four Clasps). 

280 Major General F. \V. Benson served with the Canadian Militia during the incursion of the Fenians into Canada in 
1866 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 as Special Service Officer, and on the 
Staff; served as Chief Staff Officer to the 6th Division in the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May, 
1900, including the operations at Paardeberg, and the actions at Poplar Grove and Driefontein ; in Orange River 
Colony, May to Nov. ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, Jan. and Feb. (mentioned in despatches, CB 
Medal with three Clasps). 

281 Major General H. J. Scobell served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in command of the 1st Regiment 
Brabant's Horse. Took part in the operations in the Transvaal, 30th Nov. to Dec. 1900; in Orange River Colony 
in Dec. 1900; in Cape Colony, Dec. 1900 to Jan. 1902 (four times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 
Brevet of Colonel). 

282 Major General F. Ventris served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 2nd Battalion Essex Regimen;, 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star); and with the Egyptian 
Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General, Intelligence 
Department. 

283 Major General V. Hatton served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898, and 
was present at the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). 

2M Major General H. S. G. Miles served in the South African war in 1899-1900 as Assistant Adjutant General 
and afterwards as Chief Staff Officer in Natal, and took part in relief of Ladysmith, including operations of 17th to 
24th Jan. 1900, and action at Spion Kop; operations of 5th to 7th Feb., including action at Vaal Krantz; the 
Tugela Heights, including action at Pieter's Hill; in Natal, March to June, including action at Laing's Nek ; in 



War Services of the General Officers. I 4 -I 5 

the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov., including actions at Belfast and Lydenburg ; and in Cape 
Colony, south of Orange River, in 1899 (twice mentioned in despatches, CB,. Medal with six Clasps). 

289 Major General R. A. P.Clements served in the Kafir war in i8jj--y8, and was present at the engagement at 
Neumarke; also served in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present at the engagement at Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 
Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1885-89 as Brigade Major, and was present in the engagements at Obu 
(severely wounded) and Taindah — slightly wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with 
two Clasps). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 in command of 12th Infantry Brigade and of the 
Pretoria and Standerton-Heidelberg Districts (mentioned in despatches). 

290 Hon. Sir F. W. Stopford served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Aide de Camp to Sir John Adye, Chief of the 
Staff, and was present at the engagements of Tel-el-Mahuta, Kassasin (9th Sept.), and in the battle of Tel-elKebir 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Soudan 
campaign in 1884-85 as Aide de Camp to Major General Lyon Freemantle and afterwards as Brigade Major to the 
Brigade of Guards, and was present ill the engagement at Hasheen (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, 
Clasp). Served with the expedition to Ashanti under Sir Francis Scott in 1895 as Assistant Adjutant General 
(Brevet of Colonel, Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 as Military Secretary to Sir Redvers 
Buller, and took part in the relief of Ladysmith, including the action at Colenso; the operations of the 17th to 
24th Jan. 1900, including the action at Spion Kop; of 5th to 7th Feb. including the action at Vaal Krantz; the 
Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb. including the action at Pieter's Hill; in Natal, March to June, including the 
action at Laing's Nek ; and in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. including the actions at Belfast 
and Lydenburg (mentioned in despatches, KCMG., Medal with six Clasps). 

891 Major-General W. E. Franklyn served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William 
Lockhart in 1897-98 in command of the 2nd Battalion Yorkshire Regiment with the Tirah Expeditionary Force, and 
was present at the capture of the Sampagha and the Arhanga Passes 29th and 31st October, the capture of Bagh 1st 
to 26th November, the Dwatoi reconnaissance, the crossing of the Kahu Darra 27th, 28th and 29th November, the 
reconnaissance of the Saran Sar and engagement of nth November, and the operations against the Khani Khel Cham- 
kanis and in the Bazar Valley 25th to 27th December (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). 

SB Major-General D. Haig served in the Nile Expedition in 1898, and took part in the cavalry reconnaissance of 
5th April, and the battle of Atbara and Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, British Medal and Khe- 
dive's Medal with two Clasps). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 on the Staff, and took part in operations 
in Natal in 1899. including actions at Elandslaagte, Rietfontein and Lombard's Kop ; the relief of Kimberley ; opera- 
tions in Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including Paardeberg ; the actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Karee 
Siding, Vet River, and Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including the action near Johannesburg, 
Pretoria and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, including actions at Riet Vlei 
and Belfast ; operations in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, in 1899-1900, including action at Colesberg ; in the 
Transvaal, Orange River Colony, 30th Nov. 1900 to 31st May 1902 (three times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Lt-Colonel, Aide de Camp to the' King, Brevet of Colonel, CB., King's Medal with two Clasps). 

-•' :! Major General W. Campbell served in the Ashanti war in 1873-74 (Medal). Served in the Egyptian Expe- 
dition in 1882, and took part in the bombardment of Alexandria, the operations at Ramleh, the occupation of Port 
Said, and the surrender of Fort Ghemil (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, Khedive's Star). 



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396 War Services of the Colonels not belonging to Regiments or Corps. 



I Colonel G. W. N. Rogers served in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the action of Kassasin on 
the 9th September and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with 
Clasp, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Hazara Expedition in 1888 with the 2nd 
Battalion Royal Irish Regiment (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 

3 Colonel \V. P. Cavaye served in the Zulu war of 1S79 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 
1899-1901 as Commandant of the Kuruman District, as Commandant of a Colonial Defence area, and in com- 
mand of the "Western District. 

6 Colonel H. Ricardo served in the Soudan Expedition in 1885 with the Suakin Field Force (Medal with Clasp, 
and Khedive's Star). 

7 Colonel E. Antrohns served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

8 Colonel F. A. Graves-Sawle served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85, and was present at the actions of Abu 
Klea and El Gubat (Medal with two Clasps, Khedive's Star). 

10 Colonel J. C. Hanford served with the 19th Hussars in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the action 
at Kassasin (9th September), and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal 
with Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 with the 19th 
Hussars, and was present in the engagements at El TebandTemai (4 th Class of the Osmanieh, two Clasps). Served 
in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 19th Hussars, and was present in the action at Kirbekan (men- 
tioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, two Clasps). 

II Brigadier General F. .T. Graves served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 in command of Mounted troops of 
the 2nd Brigade, and was present in the engagen.ent at the Tofrck zereba (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of 
Lt.Colonel, Medal with two ClasDS, and Khedive's Star). 

11 Colonel M. 3. Crofton proceeded on special service to South Africa in June 1879, and was employed as Staff 
Officer and Deputy Assistant Quarter MasterGeneral at Durban from October 1879 till April 1880 (Medal with Clasp). 
Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and 
Khedive's Star). Also served with the Soudan Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 as Brigade Major on Intelligence 
Duty, and was present in the engagement at Giniss (mentioned in despatches, DSO.). 

11 Colonel J. M'Cleverty served with the Sikkim Expedition in 1888 in command of the 2nd Battalion Derby- 
shire Regiment, and was present in the engagement at the Jelapla (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 

15 Colonel I. J. C. Herbert served in the Egyptian Expedition in 1882 as Brigade Major 1st Brigade, 1st Division, 
and was pre'ent at the action of Mahuta and the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Medal with 
Clasp, Khedive's Star, Brevet of Major, 4th Class Medjidie). Served with the Nile Expedition in 18S4-18S5 with 
the Guards' Camel Corps, and was present at the action of Abu Klea (two Clasps). Served in the South African 
war in 1899-1900 as Special Service Officer and on the Staff (Medal with four Clasps). 

20 Colonel I. R. Jones served in the Soudan Expedition in 1885 (Medal with Clasp, Khedive's Star). Served in 
the South African war in 1900-1902 ; landed in Cape Colony in command of 2nd Battalion Scots Guards, on 
7th April 1900 ; commanded the 1st Guards Brigade, with rank of Major General, from 10th April 1900 until 
4th October 1902 ; commanded the Midland District, Cape Colony, from March 1901 to 7th April 1902 ; took part 
in the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including the actions at Vet River and Zand River ; 
in the Transvaal, May and June, including the actions ne'-<r Johannesburg. Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; and in 
the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov., including the action at Belfast and the march to Komati 
Poort (twice mentioned in despatches, CB.. Medal with five Clasps). 

21 Colonel C. G. Leggett served in the Zulu war in 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 

22 Colonel P. D. Jeffreys served with the 88th Regiment throughout the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 
Served with the Burmese Expedition in 18S6-87 as Brigade Major 3rd Brigade, and commanded the Coramn 
which captured his bivouac and killed the Kemendine Prince on the 1st January 1887 (mentioned in despaiches, 
Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). Served with the Zhob Field Force under Sir George White in iSgoas 
Assistant Adjutant General of the Force (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel). Commanded the 2nd 
Brigade Malakand Field Force in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India in 1897-98, including the 
expedition into the Mohmand country and the night attacks of 14th and 16th September — wounded (mentioned in 
despatches) ; also commanded the 2nd Brigade of the Buner Field Farce, including the capture ot the Tanga Pass 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

24 Colonel A. Broadwood served in the expedition to the Soudan in 1885 with the 2nd Battalion of the 
Scots Guards, and was present in the engagements at Hasheen and Temai (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

27 Sir Edward Hutton served with the 3rd Battalion 60th Rifles in the Zulu war of 1879; was present at the 
action of Gingindhlovu and relief of Ekowe ; and afterwards served as Aide de Camp to Major General Crealock, 
commanding the 1st Division (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Boer war in 1881 with Barrow's Mounted In- 
fantry. Served throughout the Egyptian war of 1882 as Aide de Camp to Major General Sir Archibald Alison, 
raised and organised the Mounted infantry Corps, and was present at the reconnaissance in force frou: Alexandria 
{5th August), and at the battle of Te-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 4th 
Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Nile Expedition in (884-85 as Commandant of 
Mounted Infantry, and subsequently as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General ; raised the 1st and 2nd Battalions of 
Mounted Infantry (Clasp). Served in South African war in 1900 as Special Service Officer, and in command of 
1st Brigade Mounted Infantry, took part in operations in Orange Free State, Feb. to May, including actions at 
Vet River and Zand River ; in Transvaal, May and June, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and 
Diamond Hill ; in Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov., including actions at Riet Vlei and Belfast ; and 
in Cape Colony, north of Orange River (mentioned in despatches, EC3IG., Medal with five Clasps). 

31 Colonel E. H. G. Ravenhill served in the Afghan war in 1879-S0 with the Koorum Division, including the 
Zaimusht Expedition (Medal). 

32 Colonel J. H. Laye served with the 90th Light Infantry in the Gaika war of 1878, and was present in 
the operations in the Waterkloof and Perie Bush, and acted as Staff Officer to Col. Palmer's Column (mentioned 
in despatches). Served in Wood's Flying Column throughout the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engage- 
ments at Zungin Nek, Kambula Hill, and Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

37 Major General F. W. Hemming served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 as Aide de Camp to Lieut.General Maude 
and was present with the two expeditions into the Bazar Valley (Brevet of Major, Medal). Served with the Burmese 
Expedition in 1885-86 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General in charge of the Intelligence Branch 
(mentioned in despatches), and in 1S87 as Military Secretary to the Officer in Chief Command of the Forces 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). 

36 Lord Erroll served in the South Afriian war in 1899- 1900 in command of a Yeomanry Brigade (mentioned in 
despatches, CB.). 

33 Colonel G. L. C. Money served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Cameron Highlanders (Medal with 
Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served throughout the operations of the Soudan Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 as 
Assistant Military Secretary to Sir Frederick Stephenson, and was present in the engagement at Giniss (men- 
tioned m despatches, DSO.). Served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener m 1898 in 
command of the 1st Battalion Cameron Highlanders, and was present at the battles of the Atbara (mentioned in 
despatches) and Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, CB., British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps). 

41 Brigadier General E. T. Dickson served throughout the campaign in the Eastern Soudan in 1885 with the 1st 
Battalion ol the Berkshire Regiment, and was present in the reconnaissance to Hasheen on the 1st February, in 



War Services of the Colonels. 39/* 

the engagements at Hasheen and the Tofrek zereba and the subsequent advance to, and burning of Temai (Medal 
with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star); also served with the Egyptian Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 as Brigade 
Major, and was present in the engagement at Giniss. 

44 Colonel H. T. Hughes Halleti served with the 57th Regiment in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1S79, and 
throughout the operations of " Clarke's Column " (Medal with Clasp). 

47 Brigadier General Craigie served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 as Assistant 
Adjutant General to the force (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

48 Colonel J. M. Babington served with the Bechuanaland Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 1884-8=, 
(mentioned in despatches). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 with the Kirnberley Relief Force, in- 
cluding the engagement at Magersfontein 1 mentioned in despatches 1. 

*° Brigadier General J. E. W. S. Caulfeild served in the Ashanti war in 1873-74 (Medal with Clasp). Served in 
the operations in Sierra Leone in 1898-99 (Medal with Clasp). 

50 Brigadier General Barlow served in the Hazara campaign in i8S3 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General 2nd 
Brigade, and was present ir. the engagement at Kotkai (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served 
with the Miranzai Expedition in iSqi in command of a Wing of the 2nd Battalion Manchester Regiment 
(Clasp). 

a Colonel H. Cooper served in the Ashanti war in 1874 in the Transport Service (Medal). Served in the 
Boer war of 1881 in Barrow's Mounted Infantr.y. Served with the Burmese Expedition in ;886 as Aide de Camp 
to the Governor General of India (Medal with Clasp). Served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir 
Herbert Kitchener in 1896 (British Medal, and Khedive's Medal). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 
on Special Service, and afterwards as Commandant at the Base (twice mentioned in despatches, CMG.). 

54 Colonel C. E. Beckett served in the Egyptian war of 1882 in command of Military Mounted Police, and was 
present in the action at Kassasin on the 9th September and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, 
Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served throughout the Nile 
Expedition in 1884-85 with the Lisht Camel Regiment, and took part in the operations of the Desert Column 
including the engagement at Abu Klea Wells on the 16th and 17th February (Clasp). Served in the South African 
war in 1899-1900 a6 Assistant Adjutant General in Natal, and was present in the engagement at Dundee (severely 
wounded), and at the defence of Ladysniith (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

55 Colonel J. Davidson served in the Egyptian war of 1882 with the 13th Bengal Lancers, and was present at 
the action at Kassasin (9th September) and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

57 Colonel R. K. Parke served in the South African war in 1900-01 in command of a Battalion of Imperial Yeo- 
manry, and as District Commandant, Kimberley (mentioned tn despatches, CB.). 

" Colonel F. S. F. Stokes served in Boer war of 1SS1 with Natal Field Force. Served in Soudan campaign in 
1885, including engagement at Hasheen and the destruction of Temai (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

•' Colonel W. A. Dunne served in the Kaffir war of 1877-73. Served throughout the Zulu war of 1S79, first as 
Senior Commissariat Officer of No. 3 Column, and afterwards as Commissary of Supplies of the Flying Column 
and took part in the defence of Rorke's Drift Post (mentioned in despatches, promoted Deputy Commissary). 
Served in the operations against Sekukuni.and was present at the storming of the stronghold (Medal with 
Clasp). Served in the Boer war of i33i, and took part in the defence of Potchefstroom. Served in the Egyptian 
war of 1S82, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star), and in the 
Soudan campaign of 1885 (Clasp). 

6; Colonel E. S. Browne served in the Kafir war in 1878 including the operations against the Griquas ; also 
served in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagements at Zlobane Mountain (Victoria Cross) and Ulundi 
(mentioned in despatches), and in the operations against Sekukuui (Medal with Clasp) ; was awarded the VS. " for 
his gallant conduct on the 20th March 1879, when the Mounted Infantry wore being driven in by the enemy at 
Inhlobana, in galloping back and twice assisting on his horse (under heavy fire and within a few yards of the 
enemy) one of the mounted men, who must otherwise have fallen into the enemy's hands." 

r '' Colonel C. H. Shepherd served with the Burmese Expedition in 1887-89 with the 2nd Battalion Norfolk 
Regiment including the operations in the Chin Hills (mentioned in despatches, DSO., and Medal with Clasp); also 
served with the Chin-Lushai Expeditionary Force in 1889-90 (Clasp). 

71 Sir Simon Lockhart served with the 1st Life Guards in the Egyptian war of 8S2, and was present in the 
engagements at El Magfar ami Mahsama, in the two actions at Kassasin, at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir, and at the 
capture of Cairo (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

73 Colonel P. H. Murray served as Adjutant with the 1st Battalion Shropshire Light Infantry in the Egyptian 
war of 1882, and was present at the surrender of Kafr Dowar and Damietta ( Medal, and Khedive's Star). 

73 Colonel H. N. Buubury served in the South African war in 1S99-1900 on the Staff (Medal with three Clasps). 

80 Sir H. G. Dixon served with the 1st Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers in the Afghan war of 
1878-80, first with the Peshawur Valley Field Force as Orderly Officer to Brigadier General Blyth, including 
the Bazar Valley Expedition under Lieut. General Maude, and afterwards with the Khyber Line Force under 
Lieut. General Bright (mentioned in despatches, Medal). Served with the 2nd Battalion King's Own Scottish 
Borderers with the Suakin Field Force in December 1S88 during the investment of Suakin, and was present in 
the engagement at Gemaizah (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Cla-p, Khedive's Star, and 4th Class of the 
Medjidie). Also served in the operations on the Soudan Frontier in 1889. Served with the Chitral Relief Force 
under Sir Robert Low in 1895 with the 2nd Battalion King's Own Soottish Borderers, including the storming of 
the Malakand Pass, the passage of the Swat River, and the engagement at Panjkora (mentioned in despatches, 
CB., and Medal with Clasp). Served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William 
Lockhart in 1897-98 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force in command of the 2nd Battalion King's Own Scottish 
Borderers, and was present in the engagement at Dargai on the iSth October, at the forcing of the Sampagha 
and Arhanga Passes, and in the operations in the Dwatoi Country and in the Bara Valley (mentioned in 
despatches, Aide de Camp to the Queen and Colonel, two Clasps). Served in the South African war in 1901 
in command of a Mobile Column, and in command of the Barberton District (mentioned in despatches, KCB.). 

81 Colonel H. H. Mathias served in the Nile Expedition in i?3-i -85 (Medal with Clasp, Khedive's Star). Served 
with the Chitral Relief Force in 1895. and took part in the storming of the Malakand Pass (mentioned in 
despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp). Served with the Tirah Expeditionary Force in 1897-98, and was present at 
the action of Chagru Kotal ; led the final assault, in the action at Dargai— wounded ; took part in the capture of the 
Sampagha and Arbanga Passes; the operations in the Waram Valley, including the action of 16th Nov. 1897J 
and in the Bara Valley, 7th to 14th Dec. 1897 (twice mentioned in despatches, appointed Aide de Camp to the 
Queen, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, two Clasps). 

m Colonel A. E. Ommnnney served with the Buffs in the operations in the Malay Peninsula in 1S75-76 (Medal 
with Clasp). Served throughout the operations of the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 with 
the ist Battalion of the Buffs, and was present in the engagement at Mainugai (Medal with Clasp). Served in 
the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1397-98 in command of the ist 
Battalion the Buffs with the Malakand Field Force, including the operations inBajour and the Mohmand country, 
with the Utmun Khel Column of the Malakand Field Force, and with the Buner Field Force, including the 
attack and capture of the Tanga Pass (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Clasp). 

" Colonel F. H. Plowdrn served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart 
in 1897-98 in command of the 2nd Battalion Oxfordshire Light Infantry with the Mohmand Field Force (mentioned 
in despatches), and with the Peshawur Column and the 5t.l1 Brigade Tirah Expeditionary Force including the 
Operations in the Bara Valley— severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with two 
Clasps). 

81 Colonel J. S. Collins served in the Burmese Expedition in 1885-87 and 1887-89 (Medal with two Clasps). 
Served with the Malakand Field Force in 1897-98 in the expedition into the Mohmand Country, and too<c part in 
the night attack of 20th Sept., and several other engagements, Served also with the Tirah Expeditionary Force 
(three times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with two I lasps). 

"7 Colonel R. C .B. Lawrence served in the Egyptian war of i3>_- (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, 
Medal, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). 

ss Colonel H. P,. Mends served in the Boer war of 1881, 



39^ War Services of the Colonels. 

w Sir John Maxwell served in the Egyptian war of 1882 with the 1st Battalion of the Black Watch, and was 
present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Nile Expedition in 
1804-85 as Staff Captain (mentioned in despatches, Clasp). Served with the Egyptian Frontier Field Force in 
1885-86 as Aide de Camp to Major General Grenfell, and was present in the engagement at Giniss (DSO.) ; in the 
operations near Suakir. in December 18S8 including the engagement at Gemaizah as Aide de Camp to Major 
General Grenfell, Commanding the Suakin Field Force (mentioned in despatches, Clasp, and 4th Class of the 
Osmanieh) ; and in the operations on the Soudan frontier in 1889 including the engagement at Toski (mentioned 
in despatches," Brevet of" Major, Clasp). Served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert 
Kitchener in i8q6 in command of the 3rd Infantry Brigade, including the engagement at Firket and the 
•operations at Hafir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal 
with two Clasps); and in the operations in 1897 (mentioned in despatches, Clasp); and in 1898 in command of 
the 2nd Soudanese Brigade, including the battles of the Atbara (mentioned in despatches) and Khartoum 
■(mentioned in despatches, received the thanks of both Houses of I 'arliament, Brevet of Colonel, two Clasps). 
Nominated to the 3rd Class of the Medjidie for services under the Egyptian Government. Served in the South 
African war in 1899-1900, first on Special Service, and afterwards in command of an Infantry Brigade ; also served 
;as Military Governor of Pretoria., and as Commandant of the Western Transvaal (twice mentioned in despatches, 
KCB., C2IG., Medal with three Clasps). 

90 f Brigadier General R. G. Broadwood served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert 
Kitchener in 1896, including the engagement at Firket and the operations at Hafir (mentioned in despatches, 
Brevet of Lt.Colonel, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps) ; in the operations in 1897, including 
the engagement at Abu Hamed and the occupation of Berber (4th Class of the Osmanieh, two Clasps) ; and in the 
•expedition in 1S98, including the Cavalry reconnaissance of 4th April and the battles of the Atbara (mentioned 
in despatches) and Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, and two Clasps to Khedive's Medal), 
Served in the South African war and commanded 2nd Cavalry Brigade of General French's Division previous to 
^advance from Modder River to re.ief of Kimberley, and remained in command of the Brigade until January 1901 
(appointed Aide de Camp to the King, CB). 

93* Colonel D. F. Lewis served in the Zulu war in 1879, and was present in the engagement at Inyezane and 
at Ekowe during the investment — wounded (Medal with Clasp). Served in the operations in the Soudan in 1883 
including the engagement at Gemaizah (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star) ; and in the operations in 18S8 
including the engagement at Arguin (3rd Class of the Medjidie). Served with the Dongola Exoeditionary Force 
under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 189b in command of the 1st Infantry Brigade, including the engagement at 
Firket and the operations atHafir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, British Medal, and Khedive's 
Medal with two Clasps) ; in the operations in 1897 as Commandant at Merowi (Clasp), and in 1898 as Commandant 
of an Egyptian Brigade), including the battles of the Atbara (mentioned in despatches) and Khartoum (men- 
tioned in despatches), and defeat of Ahmed Fedul's Army (Brevet of Colonel, received the thanks of both Houses 
of Parliament, CB. and two Clasps to Khedive's Medal). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1889, and took part in 
the operations resulting in the final defeat of the Khalifa ; organised the Flying Column and commanded the 
Infantry Brigade (mentioned in despatches, appointed Aide de Camp to the Queen, two Clasps). 

M Colonel Brocklehurst served in the Egyptian war of 1882 with the Royal Horse Guards, and was present in 
>the engagements at El Magfar and Mahsama, in the two actions at Kassasin, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir 
<Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 in charge of the Remount 
Depot (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1889-1900 on the 
Staff; took part in the defence of Ladysmith ; the operations in Natal, March to June 1900 ; and in the Transvaal 
east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with five Clasps). 

96 Colonel W. S. Clarke served in the Ashanti war in 1874 in the Transport Service, and was in charge of the 
Post at Sutah (Medal). 

9 " Colonel R. B. Mainwaring embarked for the Gold Coast with the 2nd Battalion 23rd Fusiliers 1111873 (Ashanti 
Medal). Served hi the Burmese Expedition in 1885-80 with the 1st Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers, and com- 
manded the expedition from Bliamo to Mogoung in iSaf (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Hazara Expedition in 
1891 with the ist Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers (Clasp). Commanded the 2nd Battalion during the occupation of 
Crete in 1898 (Brevet of Colonel, CMG.). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 as an Assis. Adjutant General, 
also as Commandant of the Depot at Green Point (Medal with two Clasps). 

99 Colonel F. F. Johnson served in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal 
with Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 as Assis- 
tant Director of Supplies, and took part in the advance on Kimberley, including the action at Enslin ; the opera- 
tions in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including the operations at Paardeberg, and the actions at 
Driefontein, Karree Siding and Vet River ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900, including 
the actionat Colesberg (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with three Clasps). 

100 Colonel W. A. Collings served with the Nile Expedition in 1884 as Deputy Assistant Commissary General for 
Transport, and throughout the campaign in the Eastern Soudan in 1885 with the ist Battalion of the Berkshire 
Regiment, and was present in the reconnaissance to Hasheen on the ist February, in the engagements at 
Hasheen and the Tofrek zereba and the subsequent ad ance to and burning of Temai (mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with three Clasps, and Khedive's Star). 

102 Colonel C. D. Cooper served in the South African war in 1899-1901 in command of the 2nd Battalion Royal 
Dublin Fusiliers, and on the Staff, and took part in the relief of Ladysmith ; afterwards served as Commandant 
of the Heidelberg Sub-District (mentioned in despatches, CB.). 

104 Colonel J. L. C. St, Clair served with the 91st Highlanders as Adjutant in the Zulu war of 1879, and was 
present at the action of Gingindhlovu and relief of Ekowe (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Egyptian war of 
«882 as Aide de Camp to Major General Harinan (Medal, and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war 
an 1899-1900 as Deputy Judge Advocate General (twice mentioned m despatches, CMG.). 

106 Colonel the Hon. J. S. Napier served with the 92nd Highlanders in the Afghan war of 1S78-80, and was 
present at the attack and capture of Ali Musjid, in the expedition into Maidan, in the operations around Cabul in 
December 1879 (mentioned in despatches), and in the engagement at Charasiah on the 25th April 1880 (men- 
tioned in despatches) ; accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar, and was present at the 
reconnaissance of 31st August and at the battle of Candahar (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal 
with three Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). Served in the Boer war in 1S81. Served in the South African war 
an 1 899-1901 on Special Service (mentioned in despatches, CMG.). 

107 'Colonel L. G. Brooke served in the Zulu war in 1879, an <i was present at the battle of Ulundi— slightly 
wounded (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 in command 
of the ist Battalion Connaught Rangers, and took part in the relief of Ladysmith, including the action at Colenso 
— dangerously wounded, the operations of 17th to 24th January, 1900, and the action at Spion Kop ; 5th to 7th 
February, and the action at Vaal Krantz ; on Tugela Heights, and the action at Pieter's Hill; took part in the 
operations in Orange Free State in May 1900, and in Transvaal in May and June ; in Natal, and in Transvaal, 
east of Pretoria, including action at Riet Vlei ; and in Cape Colony south of Orange River, and north of Orange 
River. Commanded ist Battalion Connaught Rangers from 1st December 1899 to 1st July 1900, and was granted 
an extra extension until invalided 011 15th September 1900 (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with five Clasps). 

10H Colonel Hickson served throughout the operations of the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 
with the ist Battalion of the Buffs (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 in command 
of the 2nd Battalion the Buffs, and took part in the relief of Kimberley ; the operations in the Orange Free 
State, Feb. to May 1900, including the operations at Paardeberg and the actions at Poplar Grove and Driefontein 
— severely wounded ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. ; in Orange River Colony, May to 
June 1900; and in Cape Colony, south and north of Orange River, in 1899-1900 (mentioned in despatches, CB., 
Medal with four Clasps). 

HO Colonel T. C. Porter served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80, including the affair at Ali 
Boghan under Lt.Colonel Fryer, the expeditions into the Lughman Valley and against the Wuzeeree Khugianis 
and to the Hissarik Valley, and at the attack and destruction of the villages of Nargozi, Arab Kheyl, and Jokan 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 in command of a Cavalry 
Brigade (mentioned in despatches, CB.). 



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111 Colonel J. H. E. Hinde served in the South African war in 1899-1900 in command of the 1st Battalion Border 
Regiment, and took part in the relief of Ladysniitb, including the action at Colenso, and the operations of the 
17th to 24th Jan. 1900 (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with two Clasps). 

11 3 Colonel Ridley served throughout the Egyptian war of 1882 with the 2nd Battalion Manchester Regiment 
(Medal, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Miranzai Expedition in 1891 with the 2nd Battalion Manchester 
Regiment (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 on the Staff, and in command of 
the South African Constabulary (mentioned in despatches CB.). 

114 Coionel T. E. Stephenson 'served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in command of a Mobile Column, 
and as Commandant of the Barberton District (four times mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with six Clasps). 

115 Colonel Hickman sewed with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star) ; in the 
operations near Suakin in December 1888, including the engagement at Gemaizah (mentioned in despatches, 
Clasp, and 4th Class of the Osman ; eh) : and in the operations on the Soudan frontier in 1889, including the 
engagements at Arguin and Toski (mentioned in <?espatches, DSO., and Clasp). Served with the Dongola 
Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1S96 as Assistant Adjutant General, Infantry Division, until 
invalided, including the engagement at Firket and the operations at Hafir (mentioned in de snatches, Brevet of 
Major, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps); in the operations in 1S97 (Clasp to Khedive's 
Medal) ; and in :Bo8 in command of Infantry in the expedition to Shendy, including the battles of the Atbara 
(mentioned in despatches) and Khartoum (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Lt.Colonel, two Clasps to Khedive'* 
Medal) ; and in the operations in 1899 resulting in the final defeat of the Khal'fa as Chief Staff Officer to the Flying 
Column (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Colonel). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 on Special 
Service, and as District Commandant and Assistant Inspector General, Colonial Defence Force. Took pan in 
the operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, .luly to 29th Nov. 1903, including the action at Rhenoster Kop ; 
the operations in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to Nov. 1900, including the action at Zilikats Nek ; the 
operations in Orange River Colony in July 1000; and the operations in the Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and 
Cape Colony from Nov. 1900 to May 1902 (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal 
with two Clasps). 

110 Colonel R. M. Greenfield served in Burmese Expedition in 1S92-93, and took part in operations in Northern 
Chin Hills (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel). Served in operations on the North West Frontier in 
1897-9S with the Peshawur Column, and with the 5th Brigade, Tirah Expeditionary Force(Medal with two Clasps). 
117 Brigadier General H.E. Belfield served in the Ashanti Expedition in 1895-96 as Chief Staff Officer (mentioned iu 
despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1002 as Inspector General of 
Imperial Yeomamy, and took pari, in the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900; in the Trans- 
vaal west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov., including the action at Venterskroon ; and in Orange River Colony, May 
to 29th Nov., including the actions at Lindley, 1st June, and Rhenoster Riven twice mentioned in despatches, CB.). 
n° Colonel Hon. J. P. Napier served with the 10th Hussars in the Afghan war in 1878-79 (Medal). 
liOfColonel Marshall served with the expedition to the Tambaka Country, on the West Coast of Africa, m 
1892, including the capture of Tarabi (mentioned in despatches) ; and with the expedition to the Gambia in 1892, 
including the capture of Toniataba (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served with 
the expedition to Ashanti under Sir Francis Seott in 1805 (Star). Served in the operations in Sierra Leone in 
1898-99, and commanded the Karene Expedition ; also served with the Sierra Leone Protectorate Expedition as 
second in command of the Force and of theFalaba Column (mentioned in despatches, Brevet ot Colonel, Clasp). 

121 Colonel H. W.Jackson served in the Egyptian war of 1882 with the 1st Battalion Gordon Highlaudois(Medal, 
and Khedive's Star) ; also served in the Soudan Expedition in 18S4 with the 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders, and 
was present in the engagements at El Teband Temai(two Clasps). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 
1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders and with the River Column under Major General Earle (Clasp) ; in the operations 
in the Soudan in 1889 including the action of Toski (4th Class of the Medjidie, Clasp) ; and in the operations in 
1891 including the capture of Tokar (4th Class of the Osmanieh, Clasp to Khedive's Star). Served with the Dongola 
Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896 in command of the nth Soudanese Battalion, including 
the engagement at Firket and the operations at Hafir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, British Medal, 
and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps) ; in the operations of 1897 including the occupation of Berber and with 
the Flying Column to Atbara River (mentioned iu despatches, Clasp to Khedive's Medal) ; with the Expedition 
in 1898 including the battles of the Atbara and Khartoum (mentioned iu despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, two 
Clasps to Khedive's Medal) ; and in 1899 in command of the 2nd Infantry Brigade in the advance against the 
Khalifa (Brevet of Colonel). 

122 Colonel B. T. Mahon served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1890 as 
Staff Officer, including the engagement at Firket and the operations at Hafir (mentioned in despatches, DSO. 
British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1897 (Clasp to Khedive's 
Medal, and 4th Class Osmanieh) and in 1898, including the battles of Atbara aud Khartoum (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, British Medal, and two Clasps to Khedive's Medal). Took par', also in the relief of 
Gedaref (Clasp to Khedive's Medal). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1999, in the operations resulting in the 
final defeat of the Khalifa, as Assistant Adjutant General to the Flying Column, and in charge of the Intelligence 
Division ; was present at the actions of Abu Addel and Om Dubreikat (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, 
two Clasps to Khedive's Medal). Served in the S jiith African war in 1 399-1900 as Special Service Officer and on 
the Staff (twice mentioned in despatches, CB.). 

I'—tColonel Henry served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896 with the 
Camel Corps, including the engagement at Firket and the operations at Hafir (mentioned in despatches, British 
Medal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps) ; in the operations in 1897 (Clasp to Khedive's Medal) ; in 1898 with 
the 1st Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers, including the battle of Khartoum (mentioned iu despatches) 
and the operations at Gedaref (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Clasp to Khedive's Medal) ; and in 
the operations in 1899 resulting in the final defeat of the Khalifa in command of the Camel Corps of the Flying Column, 
and including the engagements at Abu Aadel and Om Dubreikat (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel). 
Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 on the Staff (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with five Clasps). 
128 Colonel J. Staupole served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 (Med.il with Clasp, and Kliedive's Star). 
1-4 Colonel A. AV. Hill served with the 57th Regiment in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present at the action 
of Gingmdhlovn and the relief of Ekowe, and throughout the operations of "Clarke's Column" (Medal with 
Clasp). Served in the South African war iu 1899-1901 in command of the 2nd Battalion Middlesex Regiment, 
and took part in the relief of Ladysmith, includingthe operations of the 17th to 24th Jan. 1000, and the action at 
Spion Kop ; operations of 5th to 7th Feb., including the action at Vaal Krantz ; the Tugela- Heights, 14th to 27th 
Feb., including the action at Pieter's Hill; in the Transvaal in May and June; in Natal, March to June, in- 
cluding the action at Laing's Nek; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, Ju'y to 29th Nov. ; and in Orange River 
Colony in Juue; commanded troops at Volksrust from 17th July to 4th August, and at Newcastle from 10th August 
onwards (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with five Clasps). 

!2« Colonel E. R. Courtenay served throughout the Zulu war of 1879 as Staff Officer of the mounted troops of 
the Lower Tugela Column, and was present at the engagement of Inyezane, the action of Giugindhlovu, 
and the relief of Ekowe (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served throughout the Nile Expedition 
in 1884-85 in command of the troop of 20th Hussars with the Light Camel Regiment, and took part in the 
operations of the Desert Column, including the attack on the Convoy on the 14th February and the engagement 
at Abu Klea Wells on the 16th and 17th February (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Also served 
with the Egyptian Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 as Adjutant to the 20th Hussars and as Staff Officer to 
Mounted tro ps, and was present in the engagement at Giniss. Served in the operations on the North West 
Frontier of I adia in 1897-98 (Medal with Clasp). 

I*' Sir James Willcocks served in the Afghan war in 1879-P0 with the Khybcr and Cabul Field Forces iu the 
Transport Train (Medal). 8crved as Transport Officer in the Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition of 1881 under 
Brigadier General Kennedy (mentioned in despatches). Served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 (Medal with 
Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 as Transport Officer and in charge 
of Field Commissariat and also as Acting Road Commandant (mentioned in despatches, DSO., and Medal with 
two Clasps). Served with the Chin-Lushni Expedition in 1889-90 as Intelligence Officer to the Chinbok Column 



39' War Services of the Colonels. 

(Clasp); also served with the Manipore Expedition in 1891 (mentioned in despatches, Clasp). Served in the cam- 
paign on the North "West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897 as Assistant Adjutant General Tochi 
Field Force (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). Served in the operations on the 
Niger in 1897-98, and commanded the Forces in Borgu (mentioned in despatches, received the special thanks of 
Her Majesty's Government, promoted Lt.Colonel on half pay, CM G. and Medal with Clasp). Commanded the 
Ashanti Field Force in 1900 which totally defeated the Ashantis at Obassa and accomplished the relief of Kumasi 
(mentioned in the King's Speech at the opening of Parliament, received the Freedom of the City of London with 
a Sword of Honour, Brevet of Colonel, ECMG.). Served in the South African war in 1902 on Special Service. 

128 Colonel Ternan served with the 63rd Regiment in Southern Afghanistan in 1S80 (Medal). Served with the 
1st Battalion of the Manchester Regiment in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, and Khedive's Star) ; with the 
Nile Expedition in 1881-85 with the Egyptian Army (Clasp) ; with the Soudan Frontier Field Force in 1885-89 
including the engagement at Giniss; with the Nile Frontier Force in i388 as Assistant Adjutant General of the 
force ; and in the operations on the Soudan frontier in 18S9 including the engagement at Toski as Brigade 
Major of Infantry (mentioned in despatches, DSO., and Clasp). Proceeded to Uganda on special service in 1894 
and served with the Unyoro Expedition in 1895, including the engagement at Mruli (Medal). Commanded the 
expedition against King Kabrega in 1896 and at the occupation of dnyoro, including the engagement at Favira. 
Commanded the expedition against the Kamassia Tribe in 1897, and also the expedition against King Mwanga 
in 1897, including the engagements at Kabawoko (wounded) and Marongo (mentioned in despatches, Brevets 
of Lt.Colonel and Colonel). Served in the South African war in 1900 on Special Service. Served in British 
East Africa in 1901 in command of the operations against the Ogaden Somalis in Jubuland (Medal with Clisp). 
Served in the South African war is 1901-02 as Special Service Officer, and in command of the Western Districts. 

i'-0 Colonel Edward Grove served in the Boer war of 1881 with the Natal Field Force. Served with the ist 
Battalion AVest Kent Regiment throughout the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the action of Kassasin 
(9th September), and at tbe battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star) ; also 
served with ihe Nile Expedition in 18S4-85 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General (Clasp). 
Served in the South African war in 1 899-1901 in command of the 2nd Battalion AVest Kent Regiment, and took 
part in the operations in the Orange Free State, April and May 1900 ; in Orange River Colony, May to 29th Nov. 
including the actio 11 at Wittebergen ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, in 19C0 (mentioned in despatches 
CB., Medal with three Clasps). 

180 Colonel Crutchley served with the ist Battalion Scots Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present 
at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). 
Served in the Nile Expedition of 1884-S5 as ActLig Adjutant to the Guards Camel Regiment, and was present at 
the actions at Abu Klea and El Gubat— severely wounded (two Clasps). 

131 Colonel T. Currie served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896 in 
command of the ist Battalion of the North Staffordshire Regiment (mentioned in despatches, CB. 3rd Class of the 
Medjidie, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). 

182 Colonel G. F. Browne served in the expedition against the Yonnies, on the West Coast of Africa, in 1837-88 
(mentioned in despatches, DSO. and Medal with Clasp). Served in the expedition to the Tambaka Country, on the 
West Coast of Africa, in 1802. including the capture of Tambi — wounded (Clasp). Served with the China Expedi- 
tionary Force in 1900-01 as Military Attache 1 (Medal). 

134 Colonel N. P. O'Goraian served in the Hazara campaign in i388 as Dept. Assist. Adj. Gen. in the 1st Brig, 
under Brigadier Gen. Channel' from 3rd October to 9th November (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

135 Colonel A. L. Woodland served in the South African war in 1899-1900 in command of the ist Battalion Durham 
Light Infantry with the Ladysmith Relief Force, and took part in the relief of Ladysmith, including the action at 
Colenso ; the operations of the 17th to 24th Jan. 1900 ; of 5th to 7th Feb., including the action at Vaal Krantz ; 
the Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb., including the action at Pieter's Hill ; and in Natal, March to June (twice 
mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with four Clasps). 

136 Colonel G. C. Kitson served with the Manipore Expedition in 1891 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

137 Colonel de Burgh served with the 7th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present as 
Adjutant in the engagement of El Magfar and Mahsama, in the two actions at Kassasin, and at the battle of 
Tel-el-Kebir and the capture of Cairo (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

138 Colonel E. A. H. Alderson served under Sir Evelyn Wood in the Boer war of 188 1 in the Mounted Infanty. 
Served with the Mounted Infantry in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the engagements at Tel-el- 
Mahuta and Mahsama, in the two actions at Kassassin, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir and the capture of Cairo 
(Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Nile Expedition in JS84-85 with the Mounted Infantry, 
and was ptesent at the action at Abu Klea and at the reconnaissance to Metemmeh (two Clasps). Served in the 
operations in South Africa under Sir Frederick Carrington in 1S96 in command of the troops in North Mashonaland 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 in com- 
mand of a corps of Mounted Infantry, and afterwards in command of the ist Mounted Infantry Corps. Took part 
in the relief of Kimberley ; the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including the actions at 
Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Vet River, and Zand River ; in the Transvaal, in May and June 1900, 
including the actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July 
to 20 Nov. 00, including the action at Riet Vlei (three times mentioned in despatches, A.D.C. CB. Brevet of Colonel). 
— [See also Civil Decorations for Gallantry, " Hart's Annual Army List," p. 1162.] 

lis Brigadier General G. M. Bullock served in the South African war in 1899-1901, and took part in the relief of 
Ladysmith, including the action at Colenso : afterwards served in command of a Mobile Column and as Com- 
mandant at Honmg Spruit (three times mentioned in despatches, CB., Brevet of Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

140 Colonel C. G. C. Money served with tbe Nile Expedition in 1898, and was present at the battle of Khartoum 
(mentioned in despatches, CB., British Medal, Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war 
in 1890-1901, and took part in the advance on Kimberley, including the actions at Belmont and Enslin (mentioned 
in despatches. Brevet of Colonel, Medal with four Clasps). 

141 ColonelHughes-Hallett served with the 72nd Highlanders from the commencement of the Afghan war in 1878 
till July 1879 with the Koorum Field Force, and was present at the attack and capture of the Peiwar Kotal 
and at the passage of the Chappri defile (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served with the ist Bat- 
talion Seaforth Highlanders in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the engagement at Chalouf 
(mentioned in despatches) and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served 
with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 in command of the 2nd Battalion Seaforth High- 
landers, and was present in the engagement at Mamugai (mentioned in despatches, DSO., and Medal with Clasp). 
Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in temporary command of an Infantry Brigade, and took part in the 
advance on Kimberley, including the action at Magersfon'tein ; the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to 
May 190D, including the operations at Paardeberg, and the actions ot Poplar Grove and Driefentein ; and in 
Orange River Colony, May to 29th Nov.— wounded, including the action at Wittebergen (mentioned in des- 
patches, CB., Brevet of Colonel, Medal with five Clasps). 

14-2 Colonel Spens served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 with the Koorum Division, including the Zaimusht Expedi- 
tion and the assault of Zawa (Medal). Served in tbe South African war in 1899-1902 in command of the 2nd Batta- 
lion Shropshiie Light Infantry, and took part in the ooerations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, 
including the operations at Paardeberg, and the actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Houtnek, Vet River, and 
Zand River; in the Transvaal, May and June, including the actions near Johannesburg and Pretoria ; in the 
Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. ; in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov., including 
the action at Elands River ; in Orange River Colony, May to 29th Nov., including the action at Rhenoster River;, 
and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, in 1899-1900 (four times mentioned in despatches, appointed Aide 
de Camp to the King, Brevet of Colonel, CB., Medal with four Clasps). 

143 Brigadier General Hamilton served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 as Aide de Camp to Lieut.General Primrose,, 
took part in the defence of Candahar, and was present in the sortie of Deh Khojab and at the battle of Candahar 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Burmese Expedition in 1885-87 with the 2nd Bat- 
talion Queen's Royal Wesi Surrey Regiment, and from April to August iS"87 as Brigade Major to the 3rd Brigade 



War Services of the Colonels. 39J 

(Medal with two Clasps) : and with the Hazara Expedition in 189 1 as Superintendent of Signalling (mentioned 
in despatches, Clasp). Served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart 
in 1897-98 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General 2nd Brigade Malakand Field Force, and was present with the 
expedition into the Mamund country and Bajaur, and at the night attack on 16th September ; also with the Tirah 
Expeditionary Force as second in command of the 1st Battalion The Queen's, including the reconnaissance of the 
Saran Sar and the operations against the Khani Khel Chamkanis and in the Bazar Valley (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). Served in the South African war in command of the 
2nd Battalion The Queen's from 14th November 1899 to 18th April 1900, and was present at the relief of Lady smith, 
including the action at Colenso (13th December 1899). the operations of 17th to 24th January igoo.and the action at 
Spion Kop : operations on T igela Heights (14:11 to 27th February 1900), action at Pieter's Hill; operations in Natal 
(March to June 1900), including action at Laing's Nek (6th to 9th June 1900) (four times mentioned in despatches^ 
Brevet of Colonel, CB., Medal with five Clasps). 

144 Colonel Codrington served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Aide de Camp to Lieut.General Willis 
Commanding 1st Division, and was present in the engagements at El Magfar, Tel-el-Mahuta, and Kassasin 
(6th September), and at the battle of Tel-el- Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the 
Medjidio, and Khedive's Stan. Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 in command of the 1st Battalion 
Coldstream Guards, and took part in the advance on Klmberley, including the actions at Belmont, Enslin, Mod- 
der River, and Magersfontein — wounded j the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to March 1900, in-lnding 
the actions at Poplar Grove and Driefontein— severely wounded 23rd March ; alterwards commanded a Column 
(twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with three Clasps). 

W5 Colonel Blomfield served in the campaign in. the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1893 with the 2nd 
Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers, and was present at the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, DSO. 
British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). "Was also present during the occupation of Crete iu 1898. Served 
in the South African war in 1899-1901 in command of the 2nd Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers with the Ladysmith 
Relief Force, and took part in the operations of 17th to 24th January 1900 including the engagement fit Spion Kop — 
severely wounded (Brevet of Colonel). In command of the 2nd Battalion during the operations in the South 
Eastern Transvaal, July to Nov. 1900; aopointed to command Dundee Sub-District, Nov. 1900 (twice mentioned 
in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with four Clasps). 

14,3 Colonel W. S. Snarkes served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896 in 
command of the 4th Soudanese Battalion including the engagement at Firket and the operations at HaSr (men- 
tioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Khedive's Medal with two Clasps). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1897 
(Clasp to Khedive's Medal) ; and in 1898, including the battles of Atbara and Khartoum (twice mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Lt Colonel, 4th Class Osmanieh, British Medal, and two Clasps to Khedive's Medal;-. Also- 
served in the Nile Expedition in 1899 (Cla p to Khedive's Medal). 

u ? Colonel H. J. Nason served in the operations in the Soudan in 1889 including the engagements at Arguin 
(wounded) and Toski (Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Dongola 
Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896 as Brigade Major 1st Brigade, including the engage- 
ment at Firket and the operations at HaSr (mentioned in despatches, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with 
two Clasps); in the operations in 1897 (Clasp) ; and in 1898, including the battles of the Atbara and Khartoum 
(mentioned in despatches) and the defeat of Ahmed Fedil's Army (mentioned iu despatches Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 
DSO., and two Clasps to Khedive's Medal). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1899 in the first advance against 
the Khalifa (3rd Class Osmanieh, Clasp to Khedive's Medal). 

147 t Colonel J. S. Ewart served with the Cameron Highlanders throughout the Egyptian war of 1882, and was 
present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star); als 1 served throughout the Nile 
Expedition in 1884-85 with the Cameron Highlanders (Clasp). Served throughout the operations of the Soudan 
Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 as Adjutant of the Cameron Highlanders; whs Staff Officer at Kosheh during its 
investment, and was present in l.ho engagement at Giniss (mentioned in despatches, 51b class of the Medjidie). 
Served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898 with the 1st Battalion Cameron 
Highlanders, and was present at the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, British 
Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902. Was Commandant of 
the Base at East London, and Commanding the Lines of Communication to Stormberg from 4th Oct. to 4th Nov. 

1899. As Brigade Major of the Highland Brigade took part in the advance on Kimberley, and was present at 
the battle of Magersfontein and the action at Koodoosberg. As Assistant Adjutant General of the 9th Division, 
was present at the operations at Paardeberg and the actions at Poplar Grove and Drietontein, the occupation of 
Bloemfontein, and the engagements at Waterval Drift, Vet River, Blaauwberg, and Roodepoort. As Assistant 
Adjutant General to Sir A. Hunter's Force, took part in the operations in the Wittehergen, the capture of Retief's 
Nek, and the engagements at Slaapkranz and Witpoort. Served as Assistant Quarter Master General at Head- 
quarters from 17th Aug. 1900 until 31st May 1902 (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, CB., Medal 
with five Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

us Colonel C. T E. Metcalfe served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the 
campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897-98 with the 3rd Battalion Rifle 
Brigade (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 in command of the~2ndBattalion Rifle 
Brigade, and took part in the operations in Natal in 1899, including the action at Lombard'* Kop; the defence of 
Ladysmith, including the .-ortie of 10th Dec. 1899 and the action of 6th Jan. 1900 ; the operations in Natal, March 
to June 1900, including the action at Laing's Nek ; and in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov., in- 
cluding the action at Belfast (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel). 

140 Brigadier General Hamilton served in the Afghan war of 1878-80 as Aide de Camp to Sir Samuel Browne, 
commanding the ist Division Pesbawur Field Force (mentioned in despatches, Medal). Served in the Boer war 
in 1881 with the 14th Hussars. Served in the South African war in 1809-1902 in command of the 14th Hussars, 
afterwards on the Staff (including command of a Mobile Column). He was present at the relief of Ladysmith, 
including the operations of the_5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and action at Vanl Krantz ; took part in the operations 
on 1'ugela Heights, 14th 1027th teb. 1900. and engagement at Pieter's Hill; the operations in the Orange Free 
State rrom Feb. to May 1900, including actions at Houtnek (Thoba Mountain), and Zand River ; and the opera- 
tions in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including engagements near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond 
Hill, itth to :2th June. Also took part in the operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 

1900, including the action at. Belfast, 26th and 27th Aug. (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel). 
UufCclonel W. P. Campbell served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Mounted Infantry, and was present 

at the engagements at Abu Klea and El Gubat, and subsequent operationsat Metamraeh (Medal with two Clasps, 
and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901, and took part in the operations in Natal in 
1809, including the aclion at Ttlana— wounded ; the defence of Ladysmith, including the sortie of 10th Dec. 1899, 
and the action of 6th Jan. 1900; operations in Natal March to June 1900, and action at Laing's Nek; operations 
m the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, and actions at Belfast and Lydenberg. Alterwards 
commanded a column (twice mentioned in despatches, Aide de Camp to the King, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with 
five Clasps). 

1- J Colonel C. W. Park served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 as Adjutant of the 2nd Battalion nth Regiment, in 
Southern Afghani-tan (Medal). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902, in command of the 1st Battalion 
Devonshire Regiment, and took part in the operations in Natal in 1899, including the actions at Elandslaagte, 
Kietfontein, and Lombard's Kop ; the defence of Ladysmith, including the sortie of the 7th Dec. 1899 and the 
action of 6th Jan. 1900; afterwards commanded a Column (twice mentioned in despatches, appointed Aide Camp, 

im 6 ^ in "' brevet of Colonel, Medal with three Clasps). 

,'t Colonel Payne served iu the operations against Hekukuniin the Transvaal in 1878, including the storming 
of lolyana's Stadt; also throughout the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagements of Zungin Nek, 
Kambula Hill, and Dlundi (Medal with Clasp). Served with the Burmese Expedition in '.885-86 with the 2nd 
Battalion Somersetshire Light Infantry (mentioned in despatches, DSO., and Medal with Clasp). Served in tho 
campaign on tho North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897 with the Mohmand Field Force 
with the 1st Battalion Somersetshire Light Infantry (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899- 
1902, and took part in the operations in Natal March to June iqoc ; the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 



39& War Services of the Colonels. 

1900, including the actions at Belfast and LydeDburg. Commanded the 1st Battalion Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 
from 22nd April 1900 to 22nd April 1901, and from 9th March 1902 to 31st May 1902 ; took part in the operations in 
the Transvaal 30th Nov. 1900 to April 1901 and Dec. 1901 ; and in Orange River Colony March to 31st May 1902 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with three Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps). 

1 51 Colonel C. E. Bradley served in the operations in Zululand in 1888. Served in the South African war in 1899- 
1902 in command of the troops in Johannesburg, and in command of portion of the Lines of Communication. Took 
part in the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including the actions at Karree Siding, Vet River 
and Zand River; the operations in the Transvaal in May 1900, including the action near Johannesburg; and the 
operations in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, Sept. and Oct. 1900. Commanded the 2nd Battalion North Stafford- 
shire Regiment until 23rd Jan. 1901. Took part in the operations in the Transvaal from 30th Nov. 1900 to 31st May 
1902 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with three Clasps). 

152 Colonel Charles Burroughs served in tte operations in Ashanti in 1900, and was present at the relief of 
Kumasi — slightly wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel). 

I52f Colonel Hon. C. Lambton served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898 with the 
ist Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers, and was present at the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, 
DSO. British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 in 
command of the 2nd Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers from 9th April 1900. Took part in the advance on 
Kimberley, including the actions at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River, and Magersfontein ; operations in the Orange 
?ree State, Feb. to May 1900 ; in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900; and in Cape Colony, 
jouth and north of Orange River, 1899-1900. Served also as Commandant at Dewetsdorp (mentioned in despatches. 
Brevet of Colonel, Medal with four Clasps). 

153 Colonel W. H. M. Lowe served with the 7th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and w present in 
the engagements at El Magfar and Mahsama, in the action at Kassasin on the 28th August, and at the battle of 
Tel-el-Kebir and the capture of Cairo (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Burmese Expedi- 
tion in 1886-89 on special service (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 (twice 
mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel). 

154 Colonel R. J. F. Banfield served in the South African war in 1899-1900, and took part in the operations in 
the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including the operations at Paardeberg — severely wounded 18th Feb. 
(mentioned in despatches, CS., Medal with five Clasps). 

1 55 Colonel R. H. W. H. Harris served with the 70th Regiment in the Afghan war in 1878-79 with the Thull 
Chotiali Field Force under Major General Biddulph (Medal). Also served in the Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition 
in 1881 as Superintendent of Army Signalling to Brigadier General Gordon's Column (mentioned in despatches). 
Served in the South African war of 1 899-1900 in command of the 2nd Battalion East Surrey Regiment, and took 
part in the relief of Ladysmith, including the action at Colenso ; operations of the 17th to 24th Jan, 1900, includ- 
ing the action at Spicn Kop ; the 5th to 7th Feb., including the action at Vaal Krantz ; and on Tugela Heights, 
14th to 27th Feb. — very severely wounded (mentioned in desriatches, CB., Medal with two Clasps). 

156 Colonel E. C. Bethune served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was presentin the operations around Cabul, 
December 1879 (Medal with Clasp). Served with the 92nd Highlanders in the Boer war of 1881. Served in the 
South African war in 1899-1902 as Assistant Adjutant General, Lines of Communication, Natal, nth to 10th Oct. 
1899. Raised and Commanded Bethune's Mounted Infantry from 19th Oct. 1899 to 20th Nov. 1900; commanded 
the troops at Bloemfontein from 21st Nov. to 24th Dec. 1900 ; commanded a mixed Brigade from 25th Dec. 1900 to 
10th March 1901 ; commanded the Cape Colony Cavalry Brigade from nth March 1901 to 19th Nov. rgoi ; com- 
manded a Mobile Column from 2nd March 1902 to end of war (three times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 

■Colonel, Medal with six Clasps. King's Medal with two Clasps). 

15 ' Colonel J. B. Forster served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 (Medal with Clasp, Khedive's Star). Served 
in operations on North West Frontier of India in 1897-98 with Kurram Kohat Force (Medal with two Clasps). 

158 Colonel Townley served as Adjui ant of istBatt. 12th Foot in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present in the 
engagement at Ali Boghan, occupation of the Lughman Valley, and expedition against the Khugianis (Medal). 

159 Colonel Hunt served with the Cameron Highlanders throughout the Egyptian war of 1882, and was 
presentat the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of 
the Medjidie,and Khedive's Star); also served throughout the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Cameron 
Highlanders (Clasp). Served throughout the operations of the Soudan Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 with the 
Cameron Highlanders, and was present at Kosheh during its investment and in the engagement at Giniss. 

160 Colonel Satterthwaite served with the 81st Regiment in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present at the 
capture of Ali Musjid (Medal with Clasp) . 

igi Colonel Douglas Dawson served in the Egyptian warof 1882, first with the 2nd Battalion Coldstream Guards 
and afterwards with the Mounted Infantry, and was present in the engagements at Tel-el-Mahuta and Kassasin 
(9th September) , and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebirand capture of Cairo (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie 
and Khedive's Star). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with theGuards Camel Regiment, was Staff Officer 
to Colonel Boscawen while in command of the column, and was present at the actions at Abu Klea and El Gubat. 
in the reconnaissance to Metammeb.and at the attack on the wounded convoy (two Clasps). 

i 62 Colonel C. L. Woollcombe served with the ist Battalion King's Own Borderers in the Afghan war of 1878-80, first 
•with the Peshawur Valley Field Force under Lieut.General Maude, and afterwards with the Khyber Line Force 
under Lieut.General Bright (Medal). Served as Adjutant ist Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers in the 
Chin-Lushai Expedition in 1889-90 with the Burmah Column under Brigadier General Symons (Medal with Clasp). 
Served with the Cbitral Relief Force under Sir H. Low in 1895 as Brigade Major to 2nd Brigade (Medal with Clasp). 
Served in the operations on the North West Frontier of India in 1897-98 as Assistant Adjutant General, and took 
part in the operations of the Mohmand Field Force ; served also with the Tirah Expeditionary Force (mentioned 
in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, two Chups). 

163 Colonel Gordon served in the Afgaan war in 1880 with the 15th Hussars (Medal). Served in the Boer 
war of 1881 as Adjutant 15th Hussars. Served with the Bechuanaland Expedition in 1884-85 under Sir Charles 
Warren as Adjutant of Methuen's Horse. Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1887 (mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with Clasp). Served with the expedition against the Jebus, on the West Coast of Africa, in 1892 (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served with the expedition to Ashanti under Sir Francis Scott in 1895 (men- 
tioned in despatches, Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 in command of the 3rd Cavalry Brigade 
and afterwards of the ist Cavalry Brigade (mentioned in despatches, OB., Medal with seven Claspi). 

164 Colonel Capper served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 with the 85th Light Infantry in the Koorum Division 
including the Zaimusht Expedition and the assault of Zawa, at the evacuation of Ali Khel and in the expedition 
against the Chamkanis ; was Aide de Camp 10 Major General Watson (Medal). Served in the Boer war in 1881. 
Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 in the Transriort Service (Medal, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Nile 
Expedition in 1884-85 with the Desert Coiumn with the Transport, and was present at the seizure of the Gakdul 
Wells, in the actions at Abu Klea and El Gubat, in the reconnaissance to Metammeh, and at the attack on the 
Convoy (Brevet of Major, two Clasps). 

166 Colonel S. H. Harrison served in the Burmese Expedition in 1885-87 with the 2nd Battalion of the Liverpool 
Regiment (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in command of the ist Battalion 
Liverpool Regiment and on the Staff (Medal witb three Clasps). 

167 Colonel Collette served with the 85th Light Infantry as Adjutant in the Afghan war in 1879-80, including 
the Zaimusht Expedition and the assault ol Zawa (mentioned in despatches, Medal). Served in the occupation 
of Suakin by British troops in 1885-86. 

168 Colonel A. G. Watson served in the Zuiu campaign in 1870 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Afghan war 
in 1880 (Medal). 

169 Colonel Lomax served as Adjutant of the 90th Light Infantry in the Gaika war of 1878, including the opera- 
tions in the Waterkloof and PerieBusb, and the engagement at Taba Indoda. Also served throughout the Zulu 
war of 1879, and was present in the engagements at Zungin Nek, Kambula, and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

171 Colonel W. R. Kenyon-Slaney served in the South African war in 1902 as Special Service Officer (men- 
tioned in despatches). 

172 Colonel W. J. Kirkpatrick served in the Egyntian Expedition in 1882, and was present at the actions of El 



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Magfar, Tel-el-Mahuta, Kassasin, and the battle of Tel-el- Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal 
with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 in command of the ist Battalion 
York and Lancaster Regiment, and took pare in the relief of Ladysmith ; afterwards commanded the Volksrnst 
Sub-District (mentioned in despatches, CB.). 

l 7 -tColonel Law served in the Afghan war 1878-79 with the Khyber Division (Medal). Served in the South African 
war in 1899-1901 in command of the 2nd Battalion Dorsetshire Regiment, and took part in the relief of Lady- 
smith; the operations of the 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, including the action at Spion Kop ; of 5th to 7th Feb., in 
chiding the action at Vaal Krantz ; the Tugela Heights. 14th to 27th Feb., including the action at Pieter's Hill 
in the Transvaal, in June; in Natal, March to June, including the action at Laing's Nek ; and in Orange River 
Colony in June. Served afterwards as Commandant at Brandfort and in command of Centre Section Lines of 
Communication, Orange River Colony (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with five Clasps). 

174 Colonel Pemberton served with "the 4th Battalion Rifle Brigade in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and ivas present 
at the attack and capture of Ali Musjid and in the expeditions into the Bazar and Lughman Valleys (Medal with 
Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1902 on the Staff. 

H* Colonel G. W. H. Pain served in the operations in the Soudan in 1888, including the engagement at Gemaizah 
(Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star) ; with the Nile Frontier Field Force in 1889 (3rd Class of the Medjidie) ; and 
at the capture of Tokarin February 1891 in command of a Battalion of Egyptian Infantry (3rd Class of the 
Osmanieh, Clasp to Star). Served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896 in 
command of the 9th Soudanese Battalion, including the engagement at Firket and the operations at Hair (men- 
tioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps). Served in the 
South African war in 1899-190?, and took part in the operations around Colesberg under Major General Clements, 
including action near Sluigersfontein on 12th February 1900, and the crossing of the Orange River on the 15th 
March ; also the operations around Senekal including the engagement at Riet Spruit on the 23rd June ; took part 
in the engagements around Lindley, Orange River Colony, and the action of Bethlehem on July 5th and 7th, which 
culminated in the surrender of General Prinsloo's force in the Brandwater Basin on 30th July; also operations 
under Major General Clements in the Mahaliesberg mountains, Western Transvaal, during September and 
October, including the action at Boschfontein on 10th September, and the further operations under Brigadier 
General Cunningham, including the action at Middlefontein on 23rd, 24th and 25th January 1901, and subsequent 
operations in the Gatsrand (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with three Clasps). 

17(i Colonel M. Q. Jones served in the Bechuanalan 1 Expedition in 1884-85. Served in the Nile Expedition in 
1898, and was present at the battle oi Atbara (mentioned in despatches, CB., British Medal, and Khedive's Medal 
with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 in command of the 2nd Battalion Warwickshire Regi- 
ment, and took part in the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900 ; served also as Commandant at 
Komati Poort (Medal with three Clasps). 

177 Colonel Robb served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1S98 as Deputy As- 
sistant Adjutant General British Division, and was present at the battle of Khartoum (mentione i in despatches, 
Brevet of Lt.Colonel, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). 

178 Colonel Godfray served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 with the 2nd Battalion 
King's Own Scottish Borderers, including the capture of the Malakand Pass, the crossing of the Swat River, and 
engagement at Panjkora (mentioned in despatches, Brevet oi Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). Served in the 
campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897-^98 with the Tirah Expedi- 
tionaiy Force with the 2nd Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers, aud was present in the engagement at Dargai 
on the 18th October, at the forcing of the Sampagba and Arhanga Passes, and in the operations in the Dwatoi 
Country and in the Bara Valley (two Clasps). Serve 1 in the South African war in 1899-1900, on the Staff. 

17U Coionel H. C. Harford served throughout Zulu war of 1879, first as Staff Officer of 3rd Regiment of Natal 
Nati ve Contingent (t wo battns.), and subsequently as Second Staff Officer of " Clarke's Column" (Medal with Clasp). 

180 Colonel P. H. N. Lake served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 as Assistant Field Engineer with the Southern 
Afghanistan Field Force (Medal). Served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 attached to the Intelligence Depart- 
ment, and was present in the engagements at Hasheen and the Trofek zercba and in the advauce to Temai 
(Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star). 

181 Brigadier Geueral Burn-Murdoch served in the Nile Expedition in 1S84-85 with the Royal Dragoons' Detach- 
ment of the Camel Corps; took part in the action of Abu Klea, and commanded the Detachment in the engage- 
ment of El Gubat (Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Dongola Expedition under Sir 
Herbert Kitchener in 1896; in command of three squadrons of Egyptian cavalry defeated a Dervish force near 
Akasheh, ist May ; commanded the Desert Column, composed of all arms, in the battle at Firket, 7th June (pro- 
moted Mi null on the field); commanded the mounted troops in the pursuit which followed and at tne capture of 
Suarda, 8th June, in the engagement at Hair, and at the capture of Dongola (mentioned in despatches, Bievet of 
Lt.Colonel, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 
in command of a Cavalry Brigade, and took part in the relief of Lad vsmith, including the action at Colonso ; the 
operations of the 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, including action at Spion Kop ; ot 5th to 7th Feb., including the action 
at Vaal Krantz ; the Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb., including action at Pieter's Hill ; in Natal, March to June ; 
and in Orange RiverColony, May to 29th Nov. (three times mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with five Clasps). 

l"lt Colonel J. H. G. Byng served with the Soudan Expedition in 1884, and was present at the battles of El Teb, 
and Temai (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 on the Staff, 
and afterwards commanded the South African Light Horse. Took part in the relief of Ladysmith (twice men- 
tioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel and Colonel, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

182 Colonel W. E. G. Forbes served in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and was present in ihe engagements at Ahmed 
Kheyl as Orderly Officer to Brigadier General Palliser (mentioned in despatches) and Padkao Shana (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898 in 
command of the ist Battalion Warwickshire Regiment, and was present at the battles of the Atbara and Khar- 
toum (mentioned in despatches, CB., British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps). 

1"4 Colonel Bayley served with the expedition up the Gambia in 1891-92 (Medal with Clasp). Served with the expe- 
dition to Ashanti under Sir Francis Scott in 1S95 (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Star). Served in West Africa in 1898, in 
the Lagos Hinterland (Clasp). Served in the operations in Sierra Leone in 1898-99 (Clasp). 

186 Colonel F. S. L. Penn served in the Transvaal campaign in 1881 with the Natal Field Force. Served in the 
operations on the Nile in 1889 with the British Colonial Frontier Field Force. 

180 Colonel Gallwey served in the operations against Sekukuni in the Transvaal in 1878, including the storming of 
Tolyano Stadt ; also throughout the Zulu war of 1879 as Adjutant of the ist Battalion, and was present at the engage- 
ments of Zungin Nek, Kambula Hill and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899- 
1902 with the Somerset Light infuntry, and to jk part in the operations in Natal in 1899 ; the relief of Ladysmith; 
the operations of the 17th to 14th Jan. 1900, including the action at Spion Kop ; of 5th to 7th Feb., including the 
action at vaal Krantz; the Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb., including the action at Pieter's Hill; in the 
Orange Free State, Feb. to May; in Natal, March to June ; in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov., 
including the actions at Zilikat'3 Nek, Eland's River, Venterskroon, and Frederickstad ; in Orange River Colony, 
May to 29th Nov., including the actions at Biddulphsberg, Lindley (ist June), Rbenoster River, Liudley (26th 
June), Bethlehem, Wiotebergen, Witpoort, Ladybraud, Bothaville, and Calcdou River; served afterwards as 
Commandant of the Vr.\burg District (twice mentioned in despatches, CB). 

187 Colonel T. 8tock served in the South African war in 1901-02 in command of the 2nd Battalion Essex Regi- 
ment (mentioned in despatch-s. Medal with five Clasps). 

188 Colonel Grogan served throughout the second phase of the Ashanti war in 1874, and was present at the 
battle of Amoaful, capture and destruction of Becquah, battle of Ordahsu (slightly wounded) and capture of Coo- 
massie (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South Airican war in 1902 (mentioned in desp itches). 

18U Colonel Mellor served throughout the Afghan war of 1878-80 with the 2nd Battalion of the 8th Foot, and was 
present in the operations in the Koorum Valley and at the capture of the Peiwar Kotal (Medal with Clasp). Served 
in South African >ur in 1S99-1900, and took part in operations in Natal in 1899, including actions at Rietfontein 
And Lombard's Kop, and in the defence of Ladysmith (mentioned in despatches, DSO. Medal with Clasp). 

l°0 Colonel Owen served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80, including the engagement with the 



39'» War Services of the Colonels. 

Mohmunds at Dakka and the expedition against the Wuzeeree Khugianis (Medal). Served with the South African 
Field Force in 1901-02 (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with three Clasps). 

190 t Colonel Mitford served with the Soudan Frontier Field Force in 1886-88, and was present in the engagement 
at Sarras (mentioned in despatches, Medal, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star) ; also served in the 
operations on the Soudan Frontier in 1888 including the engagement atGemaizah (Clasp), and again in 1880 in- 
cluding the engagements at Arguin and Toski (mentioned in despatches, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, and Clasp). 
Served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896 as Brigade Major 2nd Brigade, 
including the engagement at Firket and the operations at Hafir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, 
British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps), and in the operations in 1898, including the battle of 
Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Clasp to Khedive's Medal). Served in the South 
African war in 1899-1902 as Brigade Major Mountet Infantry Division, and took part in the relief of Kimberley ; 
operations in the Orange Free State (Feb. to May 1900), including the actions at Paardeberg and Poplar 
Grove ; in the Transvaal, May to June 1900, including the actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond 
Hill; in the Transvaal, east and west of Pretoria (July to 29th Nov. 1900), including the actions at Bhenoster 
Kop and Zilikat's Nek: in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900, also in the Transvaal 30th Nov. 1900 to- 
31st May 1902, and operations on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, 
DSO. Medal with 4 clasps, King's medal with 2 clasps). 

191 Colonel G. A. Mills served in the South African war in 1 899-1902 in command of the 1st Battalion Dublin 
Fusiliers, and took part in the relief of Ladysniith ; the operations in the Transvaal in June 1900 ; in Natal, March 
to June, including the action at Laing's Nek— severely wounded; and in Orange River Colony in June (four 
times mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with five Clasps). 

192 Sir Hei.ry Rawlinson served with the Burmese Exrjedition in 1886-87 as Aide de Camp to Sir Frederick 
Roberts (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp), Served in ihe campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert 
Kitchener in 1889, and was present in ihe Cavalry reconnaissance of 4th April and at the battle of Khartoum 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in the 
South African war in 1899-1902 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General, and afterwards as Assistant Adjutant 
General. Took part in the defence of Ladysmitb, and afterwards commanded a Column (three times mentioned! 
in despatches, C3. Brevet of Colonel, Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

193 Brigadier General Riirington served with the Bechuanaiand Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 1884-85 
with the Inniskilling Dragoons. Served in the operations in Zululand in i838 as Adjutant Inniskillmg 
Dragoons. Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 as Special Service Officer and in command of Rimington's 
Guides. He took part in the advance on Kimberley , including the action at Enslin ; afterwards in command of a 
column (six times mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Colonel and CB.). 

191 Colonel H. I. W. Hamilton served in the Burmese Expedition in 1885-87 as Adjutant of the 2nd Battalion 
Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment under Brigadier General Lockhart (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the 
campaign under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1897-98, and was present at the battles of the Atbara and Khartoum 
(twice mentioned in despatches, DSO. British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with three Clasps), and in 1899 as 
Deputy Adjutant General in the final advance against the Khalifa (4th Class of the Osmanieh). Served in the South' 
African war in 1809-1900, 1002, on the Staff, and took part in operations in Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, in- 
cluding operations at Paardeberg; in Transvaal, May to June, including actions near Johannesburg and Pretoria; 
in Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. ; in Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov.; in Orange 
River Colony, May to 29th Nov. ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, in 1899-1900 (three times men- 
tioned in despatches, promoted Lt. Colonel half pay, appointed Aide de Camp to the King, Brevet of Colonel). 

190 Colonel E. M. S. Crabbe served with the Auxiliary Transport in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, and Khe- 
dive's Star). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as Acting Quarter Master General to the Guards' Camel 
Regiment, and was present at the actions of Abu Klea and El Gubat (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, 
two Clasps). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902, and took part in the advance on Kimberley, includ- 
ing the actions at Belmont — wounded, and Magersfontein ; the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 
1900 — seriously wounded 23rd March, including the actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Vet River, and Zand 
River ; in the Transvaal in May and June, including the actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; 
and in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29H1N0V., including the action at Belfast (twice mentionedm des- 
patches, CB., Medal with five Clasps). 

198 Colonel F. W. N. Woean-Browne served in the South African war in 1902 (mentioned in despatches). 

200 Colonel Barter with served the expedition to Ashanti under Sir Francis Scott in 1895 (Star). Served in the 
campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897-98 with the 4th Brigade Tirah 
Expeditionary Force as second in command of the 2nd Battalion King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, and was 
present in the engagement at Shin Kamar in command of the Battalion (mentioned in despatches, Medal with 
two Clasps). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in command of the 2nd Battalion King's Own York- 
shire Light Infantry, and was present in the engagements at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River— wounded twice 
mentioned in despatches), and Magersfontein ; commanded the Infantry 20th Brigade during the engagements 
near Lindley, Bethlehem, and Wittabergen, and at the capture of Bethlehem (twice mentioned in despatches, CB.). 

20-3 Colonel Macbean served with the 92nd Highlanders in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and was present in the 
engagement at Charasiah on 6th October 1879, with the Maidan Expedition, in the operations around Cabul in 
December 1879, and in the engagement at Charasiah on 25th April 1880 ; accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in 
the march to Candahar, and was present at the reconnaissance of 31st August and at the battle 0!' Candahar 
(Medal with three Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). Served in the Boer war of 18S1. Served in the campaign on 
the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897-98 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force with 
the 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders, and was present in the engagement at Dargai on the 18th October and at 
the assault of the Dargai Heights on the 20th October — severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Lt.Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). Served in the South African war with the Gordon Highlanders in 1899- 
1901, and took part in the advance on Kimberley, including the action at Magersfontein ; the operations in the 
Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, and at Paardeberg, including the actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, 
Houtnek, Vet River, and Zand River ; operations in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, and actions near 
Johannesburg and Pretoria ; in the Transvaal, eastof Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, and the actions at Belfast 
and Lydenburg ; in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900 ; and in Cape Colony, south and 
north of Orange River, 1899-1900. Commanded the 1st Battalion from 12th Dec. 1899 (twice mentioned in de- 
spatches, CB. Brevet of Colonel, Medal with five Clasps). 

306 Colonel Hon. A. H. Henniker-Major ser.-ed as Adjutant with the 2nd Battalion Coldstream Guards in the 
Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, and Khedive's Stir). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902, and was 
present in the engagements at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River and Magersfontein. Also took part in th8 
operations in the Orange Free State (February to May 1900), the Transvaal (May to June 1900, July to October 
1900, and November 1900), and Cape Colony in 1900, being present at the engagements of Poplar Grove, 
Driefontein, Vet River, Zand River, Johannesburg, Pretoria, Diamond Hill, Belfast and Komati Poort ; acted as- 
Commandant at Potchefstroom (6oh November to 4 th December 1900), commanded a Mobile Column (December 
1900 to June 1901), commanded troops at Graaff Reinet and Aberdeen District (June to December 1901), and acted 
as Commandant at Graaff Reinet District and commanded troops since December 1901 (four times mentioned in 
despatches, CB., Brevet of Colonel, Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

210 Colonel Can- served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir 'William Liockhart in 
1897-93 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force with the 1st Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers, and was present in the 
engagement at the Ublan Pass on the 27th August (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the South African war in 
1899-1901 in command of the 2nd Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers, and took part in the relief of Ladysmith; 
the operations of the 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, including the action at Spion Kop ; of 5th to 7th Feb., including 
the action at Vaal Krantz; the Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb., including the action at Pieter's Hill— severely 
wounded ; in the Transvaal, May and June ; in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov., including the 
action at Fredenckstad; and in Cape Colony, north of Orange River, including the action at Ruidam. Served 
also as Station Commandant (mentioned m despatches, CB., Medal with four Clasps). 
213 Colonel Donald served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 in the Transport Department (Medal). Served in the 



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South African war in 1899-1901 in command of the 2nd Battalion Royal Fusiliers, and look part in the relief of 
Ladysmith, including the action at Colenso; the operations on Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb., including the 
action at Pieter's Kill ; in the Transvaal, May and June 1900 ; in Natal, March to June ; in the Transvaal east of 
Pretoria, July to 29th Nov ; and in (Jape Colony, north of Orange River (twice mentioned in despatches, CB 
Medal with five Clasps). 

213 Colonel Crole- Wyndham served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, an< i subsequently in 
Baker ttussell's Flying Column (Medal with Clasp). Served throughout the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 
Light Csmel Regiment, and took part m the operations of the Desert Column (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's 
Star). Served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898 with the 21st Lancers, and was 
pres( nt at the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, CB. British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). 

217 Sir Heny Johnson served with the 51st Light Infantry in the Jowaki campaign in 1877 (Medal with Clasp) . 
Served with the 51st Light Infantry in the Afghan war of 1S78-80, and was present at the attack and capture of 
Ali Musjid and in the operations in the Bazar, Lughman, and Hissar.k Valleys (Medal with Clasp). Served in 
the l'.urme=e Expeditions from 1886 till the close of 1887 as Adjutant of the 1st Battalion of the Yorkshire Light 
Infantry (two Clasps). 

221 Colonel A. Davidson served with the 2nd Battalion 60th Rifles in the Afghan war from October 1878 to 
November 1880, took part in the advance on and occupation of Candahar and Khelat-i-Ghilzie, and was present 
in the engagements at Ahmed Khe.\ 1 and Urzoo near Gtmznee (mentioned in despatches) ; served as Aide do 
Camp to Sir Donald Stewart at Cabul, and accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar as Aide 
de Camp to Major General Ross, and was present at the battlo of Candahar (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Major, Medal with tw , Clasps, and Bronze Decorati'in). Served in the Marri Expedition under Brigadier General 
MacGregor. Served in the Boer war of iSSi with the Natal Field Force on signalling duty. Served in the 
Egyptian war of 18S2 and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, 
and Khedive's Star), Served with the Bechuanaland Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 1384-85 on special 
service and as Acting Inspector of Army Signalling (mentioned in despatches). 

226 Colonel L. E. B. Booth served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 with the force under Major General Roberts 
in the Koorum Valley, superintended the Transport during the advance on Cabul, and was present in the engage- 
ment at Charasiah on the 6th October 1879 (mentioned in despatches) and in the operations around Cabul in 
December 1879; accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar as Staff Transport Officer, and was 
present at the battle of Candahar (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). 
Served with the Indian Contingent in the Egyptian war of 1882, and wis present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal 
with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

22? Cjlouel Herbert served in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1879 with the 3rd Battalion 60th Rifles (Medal 
with Clasp). Served in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 with the 3rd Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps, and 
was present in the engagements at El Teb and Temai (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive'3 Star). 
Served in the South African war in 1Q02 (mentioned in despatches). 

220 Colonel Donne served in the Egyptian war of 1882 with the 1st Battalion of the Royal Sussex Regiment 
(Medal, and Khedive's Star) ; also served throughout the Nile Expedition in 18S4-85 on the Line of Communica- 
tions with the Egyptian Army and as Commandant at Absarat (Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie). Served in 
the operations near Suakin in December 1888 and commanded the 10th Soudanese Battalion in the engagement 
at Gemaizah (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Clasp) ; also commanded the Battalion in the opera- 
tions on the Nile Frontier in 1889 and was present in the engagements at Arghin and Toshki (mentioned in 
despatches, Clasp, and }rd Class of the Medjidie). Has also been nominated to the 3rdClass of the Osmanieh for 
services in Egypt. Served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Luckhart in 
1897-98 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force with the 2nd Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment, including the 
expedition into the Bazar Valley with the 1st Brigade and the occupation of the Khyber Pass (Medal with two 
Clasps). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in command of the 1st Battalion Royal Sussex Regiment, and 
took part in the march from Bloemfontein to Pretoria, including the engagements at Welkom Farm, Zand River — 
horse shot, and Doornkop, the occupation of Johannesburg and Pretoria, and the engagement at Diamond Hill ; 
was present in the subsequent advance into the Orange River Colony, and commanded a detached column in the 
operations round Bethlehem and in the Caledon Valley, the engagement at Retief's Nek, and the surrender of the 
Boer forces at Golden Gate on 1st Aug. 1900; also took part in the operations round Thabanehu, Winburg, and 
commanded the garrison at Lindley during investment by the Boers from September 1900 to January 1907, 
and took part in several minor engagements during investment. Subsequently commanded the centre sectiot), 
Orange River Colony (several times mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with four Clasps). 

230 Colonel K. Lloyd served in the expedition to the Soudan in 1884-85 as Signalling Officer to the Brigade of 
Guards, and was present in the engagement at Hasbeeu (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in 
the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898, and was present at the battle of Khartoum 
(mentioned in despatches, DSO., British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African 
war in 1^00-1902, and took part in the operations in the Orange Free State, April to May 1900, the Orange River 
Colony. 29th May to Nov. 1900, including ihe action at Biddulphsberg, 29th May. Commanded the Battalion 
throughout, except from 30th May till nth Oct. — severely wounded (twice mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal 
with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

2** Colonel A. J. A. Wright served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 with the i&t 
Battalion East Lancashire Regiment (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in x89j-i9ot in com- 
mand of the itt Battalion East Lancashire Regiment anil took part in the operations in the Orange Free State, 
Feb. to May 1900, including the actions at Karree Siding, Vet River, and Zand River; an I in the Transvaal in 
Mayand June, including the action near Johannesburg; served also as Station Commandant (twice mentioned 
in despatches, CB., Medal with three Clasps). 

23G Colonel Walsh served with the Mounted Infantry in the operation 1 - against Sekukuni in the Transvaal in 
1878, including the litorming 01 Tolyana's Stadt; also throughout the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the 
engagements at Kambula Hill and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp I. Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 
Mounted Infantry Regiment of the Camel Corps, ard was present in the reconnaissance to Gakdul under Sir 
Herbort Stewart, at the actions at Abu K lea and Gubat, in the reconnaissance at Metammeh on the 21st January, 
and in the engagement at Abu Klea Wells under Sir Redvers Bnller — dangerously wounded (mentioned in des- 
patches, Brevet of Major, Medal wiih two Claups, and Khedive's Star). 

28* Colonel M'Kinstry served with the 5th Punjab Infantry in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present in 
the engagement at Charasiah on the 6th October 1879 and the subsequent occupation of Cabul (Medal with 
Clasp). 

215 Colonel C N. Miles served with 1st Life Guards in Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in engagements at 
El Magfnr and Mahsama, in two actions at Kassasin, at (he battle of Tel-el-Kebir, and at capture of Cairo (Medal 
with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in South African war in 1900 in command of Regiment of Househc Id 
Cavalry from 3rd July until its return home (mentioned in despatches, CB. Medal with three Clasps). 

24" Colonel It. Lindsell served in the South African warin 1899-1901 in command of the 2nd Batialion Gloucester- 
shire Regiment, ar.d took part in the relief of Kimberley ; in the Orange Free State, February to May 1900 
including the operations at I'aardeberg— severely wounded 19th February ; in Orange River Colony, May to 29th 
November 1900; in Cape Colony, South and North of Orange River, 1900. Afterwards commanded an Infantry 
Brigade, and a column of mixed troops. Also served as District Commandant (mentioned in despatches, CB. 
Medal with three Clasps). 

25', Colonel H.VV.N. Guineas served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 (Medal). Served in the Nile Expedition ini884- 
85 with the 1st Battalion of the Royal Irish Regiment (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with 
Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Siuih Afr can war in 1899-1901 in command of the 1st Battalion from 
12th Jan. until 29th Nov. 1900; took part in the operations in the Orange Free State; in the Transvaal, east of 
Pretoria, Aug. to 29th Nov. 1900, including actions at Belfast, 26th and 27th Aug. 1900, and Lydenburg, 5th to 
8th Sept. ; in the Orange River Colony, including actions at Bethlehem, 6th and 7th July, and Wittcbergen, 1st to 
29th July; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 7900, including actions at Colesberg, 15th Jan. to 12th Feb. 
(twice mentioned in despatches, CB, Medal with three Clasps,. 



390 War Services of the Colonels. 

^8 Colonel J. C. Young served in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Nile 
Expedition in 1884-85 with the 1st Battalion of the Royal Sussex Regiment, and took part in the operations of the 
Desert Column under Sir Herbert Stewart (Clasp). 

25 9 Colonel H. C. Denny served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in command of the 2nd Battalion North- 
amptonshire Regiment. Took part in the advance on Kimberley, including the actions at Belmont, Enslin, Modder 
River and Magersfontein ; the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900; the operations in the Trans- 
vaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, including the actions at Kenterskroon ; the operations in Orange 
River Colony, May to Nov. 1900. Served as Commandant at Klerksdorp, and afterwards at Nylstroom (mentioned 
in despatches, CB., Medal with four Clasps). 

201 Colonel Bowles served in the Nile Expedition in i884-85asStaffOfficerat Assouan(mentionedin despatches, 
Brevet of Major). Served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 
1897-98 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force with the 2nd Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, and was present at the 
capture of the Sampagha and Arhanga Passes, the capture of Bagh, the Dwatoi reconnaissance, the crossing 
of the Kahu Darra, the reconnaissance of the Saran Sar and engagement of nth November, and the operations 
against the Khani Khel Chamkar is (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). 
Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 in command of the ist Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, and was 
present in the operations around Colesberg in January 1900 (mentioned in despatches) ; in the march along the 
Modder River including the engagement at Paardeberg (severely wounded) ; the advance on Dewetsdorp in- 
cluding the engagement at Leeuwkop; the march from Bloemfontein to Pretoria including the passage of the Vet 
and Zand Rivers; the engagements at Brandfort, Kroonstad, and Johannesburg, and the occupation of Pretoria; 
and in the advance to the Eastern Transvaal including the engagements at Diamond Hill and Belfast (twice 
mentioned in despatches, CB. Medal with five Clasps). 

20e Colonel Carter served in the Afghan war of 1837-80 with the Khyber Line Force at Jellalabad (Medal). 
Served in the Hazara campaign in 1888 as Field Intelligence Officer (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal with 
Clasp) ; with the Loosbai Expedition in 1889 (Clasp) and with the Hazara Expedition in 1891 as Deputy Assistant 
Adjutant General (mentioned in despatches Clasp). 

270 Colonel E. Hegan served in the Boer war of 1881 with the Inniskilling Dragoons. Servpd in the campaign 
on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897-98 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force 
as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General 2nd Brigade (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps) . 

271 Colonel T. D'O. Snow served in the Zulu campaign in 1879 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Nile Expedi- 
tion in 1884-85 with the Camel Corps, and was present at the actions at Abu Klea and El Gubat— severely 
wounded (Medal with two Clasps, Khedive's Star). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1898 as Brigade Major to 
the British Brigade, and afterwards to the ist Brigade British Division, and was present at the battles or 
Atbara and Khartoum (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, British Medal, Khedive's Medai 
with two Clasps). 

277 Colonel J. H. Campbell served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William 
Lockhart in 1897-qo with the Tochi Field Force with the 2nd Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Medal 
with Clasp). 

280 Colonel Gore served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Camel Corps (Medal with Clasp, and Khe- 
dive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 in command of the 5th Dragoon Guards. Took 
part in the operations in Natal in 1899, including the actions of Elandslaagte and Lombard's Kop ; commanded 
the Cavalry at Elandslaagte ; the defence of Ladysmith, including sortie of 7th December 1899 and action of 
6th January 1900. Took part in the operations in the Transvaal 190C-02 ; in Natal 1900; in the Transvaal, 
east of Pretoria. 1000-02 ; and in the Orange River Colony 1900-02 ; and on the Zululand frontier of Natal in Sep- 
tember and October 1901 (twice mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with Clasps). 

287 Colonel F. Hammersley served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 on the Lines of Communication (mentioned 
in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the campaign in the Soudan 
under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898 with the 2nd Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers, and was present at the battle of 
Khartoum (4th Class of the Osmanieh, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Was also present during 
the occupation of Crete in 1898. Served in the South African war in 1890-1900 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant 
General, Natal, and was present in the engagement at Talana (seriously wounded) and at the siege of Ladysmith 
(Medal with Clasp). 

290 Colonel G. F. Ellison served in the South African war in 1895-1900 on the Staff, and took part in the relief 
of Ladysmith (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with four Clasps). 

293 Colonel Reay served with the ist Battalion Manchester Regiment in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, and 
Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1900-02 in command of the 2nd Battalion Manchester 
Regiment, and took part in the operations resulting in the surrender of the Boer forces in the Caledon Valley ist 
August 1900. Acted as Commandant at Bethlehem from 30th January 1901 to 27th April 1901 ; subsequently 
commanded a Column in Brandwater Basin and north east of Orange Free State (twice mentioned in despatches, 
CB., Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

291 Lord Binning served with the Royal Horse Guards and in command of the Signallers of the Cavalry Brigade 
in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the action at Kassasin on the 9th September, at the battle of 
Tel-el-Kebir and at the capture of Cairo (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Nile Expedition 
in 1884-85 with the Heavy Camel Corps in the Desert Column, and was present at the actions at Abu Klea and 
El Gubat, the affair before Metammeh and the attack on the Convoy on 14th February (two Clasps). Served in 
the Hazari Expedition in 1888 with the River Column, and was present in the engagement at Kotkai (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

•29G Colonel H. B. Mortimer served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in i8q6 
with the ist Battalion North Staffordshire Regiment (mentioned in despatches, British Medal, and Khedive's 
Medal with Clasp). 

297 Colonel H. R. B. Donne served with the Burmese Expedition in 1888-89 attached to the Intelligence Branch 
during the expedition to the Northern Shan States, and afterwards with the Chin Field Force (Medal with Clasp). 
Served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India in 1897-98, first with the Malakand field Force as 
Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General 3rd Brigade, including the engagements at Nawagai and Bedmanai 
Pass (mentioned in despatches) ; and afterwards with the Tirah Expeditionary Force as Deputy Assistant 
Adjutant General ist Brigade, and was present at the forcing of the Sampagha and Arhanga Passes and in tbe 
operations in the Bazar Valley (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). 

299 Colonel Gore-Browne served in the Miranzai Expedition in 1891 with the ist Battalion King's RoyJ.1 Rifles 
(Medal with Clasp), and with the Isazai Expedition in 1892. Served with the Chtral Relief Force under Sir 
Robert Low in 1895 with the ist Battalion King's Royal Rifles, including the capture of the Malakand Pass and 
the engagemept at Khar (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 in command of the 
ist Battalion King's Royal Rifles; was present at tbe engagement of Lombard's Kop ; and took part in the 
defence cf Ladysmith, including the action at Wagon Hill (Medal with two Clasps). 

300 Colonel the Hon. A. E. Dalzell served in the operations in Burma in 1891-92 in command of the Maingkhwan 
Column (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in command of the 1st Battalion 
Oxfordshire Light Infantry, took part in the march from Modder River to bloemfontein, and was present in the 
engagements at Klip Drift, Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, and Driefontein, and the occupation of Bloemfontein; 
commanded a Brigade at the capture of Kitchener's Kopje on 19th February, and was present throughout the 
operations of Major General Knox's Column in Orange River Colony, including many minor engagements 
(mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

801 Colonel Macready served in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal 
with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war with the Gordon Highlanders in 1899-1902, 
and took part in the operations in Natal in 1899, including the actions at Elandslaagte and Lombard's Kop ; de- 
fence of Ladysmith, and action of 6th Jan. 1900 ; operations in Natal, March to June 1900, and action at Laing^s 
Nek ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, and the actions at Belfast and Lydenburg; and 
the opeiations in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900; also the operations in the Transvaal 
Dec. 1900 to Oct. 1901, Dec. 1901 to May 1502 ; and the operations in Cape Colony; served as Commandant at 



War Services of the Colonels. 392> 

Hainan's Kraal, Waterval North, and Pietpotgietersrust, and on the Staff (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet 
of Lt.Colonel, Medal with four ClasDS.) 

302 Colonel A. J, Murray served in the operations in Zululand in yB88. Served in the South African war in 
1899-1900, 1902, as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General for Intelligence, Natal Field Force, and afterwards as 
Assistant Adjutant General ; took part in the defence of Ladysmith — dangerously wounded (twice mentioned in 
despatches, I)SO., Modal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

301 Colonel H. R. Kelham served with the 2nd Battalion Highland Light Infantry in the Egyptian war of 1882, 
and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the occupation 
of Crete in 1898 with the isfi Battalion Highland Light Infantry. Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in 
command of the 1st Battalion Highland Light Infantry, and was present in the advance on Kimberley and the 
engagements at Modder River and Magersfontein — wounded ; the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to- 
May 1900; and in Orange River Colony, May to 29th Nov. 1900, including the actions at Wittebergen and 
Witpoort — severely wounded (twice mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with two Clasps, King's Medal with 
two Clasps). 

306 Hon. J. E. Lindley served in the South African war in 1899-1900, and took part in the relief of Ladysmith, 
including the action at Colenso (Medal with two Clasps). 

307 Colonel C. J. Mackenzie served with the detachment of the 2nd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders attached 
to the 1st Battalion Seaforth Highlanders in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the bsttle of Tel-el- 
Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1885-87, and again in 
1887-89, as Embarkation Officer at Mandalay, Transport Officer at Myingya'i, and subsequently in command of a 
Company of Mounted Infantry (Medal with two Clasps). Served with the Hazara Expedition in 1888 as Adjutant 
of the 2nd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders (mentioned in despatches, Clasp). Served in the operations against 
the Hunza Nagars in 1891-92 as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General, and was present at the capture of 
Nile Fort ; commanded the force at the storming of the enemy's second position on 20th December 1892 and during 
the subsequent advance and occupation of Hunza and Nagar (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Clasp)- 
Served with the Waziristan Field Force under Sir William Lockhart in 1894-95 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant 
General 2nd Brigade (mentioned in despatches. Clasp). Served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert 
Kitchener in 1898 with the ist Battalion Seaforth Highlanders, aud was present at the battle of Khartoum 
(British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 as Deputy Assis- 
tant Adjutant General and later as Temporary Director of Military Intelligence, and w;is afterwards appointed 
Military Governor of Johannesburg (three times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB., Medal with 
four Clasps). 

308 Colonel J. E. Dewar served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 attached to the Cavalry Brigade, and was present 
in the engagements at Has) en and Temai (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African 
war in 1901-02, and took partin the opeiations in Cape Colony in Dec. 1901. 

3M Colonel E. A. Altham served in the South African warin 1899- 1500 as Assistant Adjutant General for Intelligence 
Natal Field Force, and was present in the engagements at Rietlontein and Lombard's Kop, and in the defence of 
Ladysmith including the engagement at Wagon Hill ; afterwards served in the Orange River Colony and the 
Triiusvaal on the staff of the 1st Division, and was present in the engagements at Lindley, Rhenoster Kop, and 
Elands Laagte, and various skirmishes (mentioned in detpatcbes, promoted Lt.Colonel oil half pay, Medal with 
four Clasps). 

■HO Colonel Monro served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India in 1897-98 with the Malakand 
Field Force, including the operations in Bajaur and the Mohmand country ; and with the Tirah Expeditionary 
Force (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the South African war in i899-i9ooas Deputy Assistant Adjutant General 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with three Clasps). 

311 Colonel W. R. Robertson served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 as Intelligence 
Officer (mentioned in despatches, DSO. and Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 on 
the Staff. Took part in the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including those at Paardeberg, 
17th to 26th Feb. ; and the actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Vet River (5th and 6th May), and Zand River. 
Also took part in the operations in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including the actions near J;bannesburg 
and Pretoria; and in the operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, from July to Oct. 1900 (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with four Clasps). 

313 Colonel Caithew-Yorstoun served in the South African war in 1699-1902 in command of the 2nd Battalion 
Black Watch from 30th Nov. 1900 to 31st May 1902, and took part in ibe advance on Kimberley; the operations 
in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including the actions at Paardeberg aud Vet River ; operations in 
the Orange River Colony, including the actions at Rhenoster River, Wittebergen, and Witpoort — severely wounded 
at Paardeberg. Took part in the operations in Transvaal, Nov. iqoi j iu Orange River Colony, Nov. 1900 to Sept. 
1901, and from Dec. 1901 to Ma\ i;o2j operations on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Oct. 1901 (mentioned in 
despatches, CB , Medai with ihree Clasps). 

314 Colonel Wilson served with the 91st Highlanders in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1879 'Medal with 
Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 with the 1st Battalion Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 
as secend in command Iron 17th November to 12th December 1899 including the engagement at Modder R ver ; 
eonvnanded the Battalion from 12th December 1899 to 20th February 1900, and was present in the engagements at 
Kcodoosberg and Paardeberg (mentioned in despatches, CB.). 

316 Colonel W. A. Scott served in the South African war with the Gordon Highlanders in 1899-1901, and took 
part in the operations in Natal in 1899, including the actions at Elandslaagte and Lombard's Kop; in Natal, 
March to June 1900, and action at Laing's Nek ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, and 
actions at Belfast and Lydenburg; aud the operations in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900. 
Commanded the 2nd Battalion Irom the 22nd Oct. to 14th Dec. 1899, and from 16th Jan. 1900 onwards (mentioned 
in despatches, CB., Medal with four Clasps). 

317 Colonel A. E. W. Colville served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 with the Peshawur Valley Field Force 
(Medal). Also served with the Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition in 1881. Served in the campaign en the North 
West Frontier of India in 1897 with the 3rd Battalion Rifle Brigade (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South 
African war, and took part in the relief of Ladysmith, including the actions of Monte Christo and Pieter's Hill ; 
took part in the operations in Northern Natal, including the action at Laing's Nek ; the operations in the Trans- 
vaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, and Orange River Colony (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal 
with six Clasps). 

SB Colonel J. S. Talbot served in the expedition to the Soudan in 1885 with the 1st Battalion Shropshire Light 
Infantry (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star), and in the subsequent occupation of Sualiin by British troops in 
1885-86. 

®* 4 Brigadier General Finn served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present in the engagements at Killa 
Ka/.i and Siah Sung, and in the operations nround Cabul in December 1879 including the investment of Sher- 
pore (mentioned 'a despatches. Medal with Clasp, Medal for Distinguished Conduct in the Field). Served in the 
campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898 with the2ist Lancers, aud was present at the battle of 
Khartoum, mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lieutenant Colonel, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). 

W8 Colonel C. O. Hore served in the Egyptian war of i3o2, first with the ist Battalion South Staffordshire 
Regiment and afterwards with the Mounted Infantry, and was present in the reconnaissance in force from 
Alexandria on the 5U1 August, in the engagements at El Magfar, Tel-el-Mahuta, Mahsama, and Kassasin, at the 
battle of Tel-el-Kebir, and the occupation of Cairo (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's 
Star). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-35 with the Mounted Infantry, and was present at the actions at 
Abu Klea, El Gubat, and Metammeh (two Clasps). Served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert 
Kitchener in 1898 as Staff Officer to Egyptian Cavalry, and was present at the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African 
warin 1 899-1900 as Special Service Officer (mentioned in despatches, CMO.). 

W Colonel H. M. FitzGerald served as Adjutant with the 15th Sikhs in the Afghan war in 1 88 0; accompanied Sir 
Frederick Roberts in the march to Oundabar, and was present at the reconnaissance of the 31st August and at 1 
the battle of Candahar( Medal with Clasp, and Bronze Decoration). Served with the Marri Expedition in 1881. 



39? War Services of the Colonels. 

Served with the Soudan Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General for Intelligence, 
and was present in the engagement at Giniss(Medai, and Khedive's Star). Served in the operations on the 
Niger in 1897-98 (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African 
war in 1899-1902 in command of the 1st Battalion Durham Light Infantry with the Ladysmith Relief Force, and 
was present at the battle of Colenso and in the operations on the Tugela of 12th January to 6th February, includ- 
ing the engagement at Vaal Krantz (severely wounded) ; subsequently served in the Transvaal (twice mentioned 
in despatches, CB., Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

828 Colonel D. A. Kinloch served in the South African war in 1S99-1900, and took pait in the advance on 
Kimberle.v, including; the actions at Belmont, EnElin, Modder River and Magersfontein j and the operations in 
the Orange Free State, February to May 1900, including the actions at Poplar Grove and Driefontein (mentioned 
in despatches, CB. Medal with three Clasps). 

320 Colonel Irwin served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898 with the 1st 
Battalion Warwickshire Regiment, and was present at the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, British 
Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). 

831 Colonel Wylly served with the 2nd Battalion Sherwood ForeBters in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, and 
Khedive's Star). Served in the Sikkim Expedition in 1E88 with the ?nd Battalion Sherwood Foresters, part ot 
the time in command of a detachment, and was present in the engagements at Jeluk, Gnathong, and the Jelapla 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under 
Sir William Lockhart in 1897-98 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force with the 2nd Battalion Sherwood Foresters, 
and was present at the storming of the Dargai Heights, the capture of the Sampagha and Arhanga Passes, and 
in the operations in the Khanki, Mastura, Waran, and Bazar Valleys (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the 
South African war in command of the 1st Battalion Sherwood Foresters from 5th Icb. 1901, and took paitin the 
operations in the Western Transvaal against Generals Delarey and Kemp, including the actions at Vlakfontein 
and Moedwel. Commanded the Rustenburg District from 6th Oct. 7901 to 30th Aug. 1902 (mentioned in des- 
patches, CB., Medal with three Clasps). 

333 Colonel Scbletter served in the Afghan war of 1878-80 with the 2nd Battalion of the 8th Foot, including the 
•operations in the Ko^rum Valley (Medal). Served in the South African war in 1901-02 in command of the 1st 

Battalion Liverpool Regiment fr< m 13th Dec. 1901 to 31st May 1002, and took part in the operations in the Trans- 
vaal Dec. 1901 to May 1902 (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with five Clisps). 

334 Colonel Grattan served in the Afghan war in 187S-79, took part in the operations in the Koorum Valley, 
and was present at the capture of the Peiwar Kotal and in the engagement at AH Kheyl (Medal with Clasp). 
Server, in the Scuth African war with the 1st Battalion Liverpool Regiment in 1899-1900, and took part in the 
operations in Natal in 1899, including the actions at Rietfontein and Lombard's Kop; and in the defence of 
Ladysmith (mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with Clasp). 

sso Colonel Verschoyle served with the 2nd Battalion Dukeol Cornwall's Light Infantry throughout the Egyptian 
war of 1882, and was present in the engagements at El Magfar and'1'el-el-Mahuta, in the two actions fet Kassusin, 
and at the battle oi Tel-e!-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the campaign on the North 
West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897-98 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force and the Kbyber 
Force with the 1st Battalion Duke oi Cornwall's Light Infantry (Medal with two Clasps). 

341 Colonel Fry served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 (Medal). Served in the South African war with the 2nd 
Battalion West Yorkshire Regiment in 1899-1901, and took part in the operations in Natal in 1899 ; relief of Lady- 
smith, including the action at Colenso; operations of the 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, and the action at Spion Kop ; 
operations of the 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and the action at Vaal Krantz ; on Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th Feb., and 
the engagement at Piettr's Hill ; in Natal, March to June 1000, and the action at Laing's Nek ; and operations in 
the Transvaal, east and west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900. Commanded the Battalion from 23rd Feb. 1900 
(twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, CB., Medal with fi"e Clasps). 

343 Colonel Simpson served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898 with the 1st 
Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment, and was present at the battles of the Atbara (mentioned in despatches) and 
Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lieutenant Colonel, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with 
two Clasps). 

349 Colonel Ashby served as Adjutant with the 2nd Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry throughout the 
Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the engagements at El Magfar and Tel-el-Mahuta, in the two actions at 
Kassasin, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, 
and Khedive's Star) Served with Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with 2nd Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry 
and took part in operations of the Advance Column under Major General Earle (mentioned in despatches, Brevet 
of Major, Clasp). Served in South African war in 1899-1902 in command of 2nd Battalion Duke of Cornwall's Light 
Infantry; took part in operations in Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including actions at Paardeberg, Poplar 
■Grove, Driefontein, Houtnek, Vet River, and Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions 
near Johannesburg and Pretoria ; and in the Transvaal, 30th Nov. 1900 to 31st May 1002 (mentioned in despatches, 
CB., Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

SBO Colonel H. T. Hicks served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in command of the 2nd Battalion Royal 
Dublin Fusiliers from 5th March 1900, and was present at the battle of Colenso, 15th Dec, in command of three 
•Companies of the 1st Battalion. Subsequently served in Orange River Colony in the operations for the relief of 
Wepener under General Hart; also under Sir Archibald Hunter at Fourteen Streams, and with Lord Kitchener's 
■Column in pursuit of De Wet ; also in the operations in Cape Colony and in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July 
to 29th Nov. 1900, including the actions at Frcderickstad and Potchefstroom. Commanded a Column on three 
occasions in the Field (three times mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two 
•Clasps). 

Kl Colonel Chesney served <is Adjutant with the 1st Battalion South Staffordshire Regiment in the Egyptian war 
of 1882, ano was present in the reconnaissance in force from Alexandria on the 5th August (mentioned in des- 
patches, Medal, 5th Class of the Medjidie. and Xhedive'sStar). Served with the Nile Exoedition in 1884-85 (Clasp). 

352 Colonel Becher served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 with the 2nd Battalion of the 9th Foot, and took part 
in the advance to the relief of Cabul under Brigadier General Charles Gough, including the engagements at 
Jugdulluck and Saidabad ; was afterwards Orderly Officer to Brigadier General Gough (Medal with Clasp). 
Served in the South African war with the Norfolk Regiment in 1899-1900. and took part in the operations in the 
Orange Free State, February to May 1900, including the engagemen's at Paardeberg, and the action at Karree 
Siding ; and in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including the actions near Johannesburg and Pretoria(Medal 
with three Clasps). 

854 Colonel bewicke-Copley served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 
Served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 with the 1st Battalion King's Koyal Rifles from 
the 17th April till the close of the operations (Medal with Clasp). Served in tho campaign on the North West 
Frontier of India under Major General Yeatman-Biggs in 1897-98 as Intelligence Officer with the Kurram-Kohat 
Force, and was present at the action of the Ublan Pass, 27 Aug. 1897; operations on the Samanaand in the Kuiram 
Valley, Aug. and Sept. 1897; relief of Gulistan; operations of the Flying Column in the Kurram Val ey under 
Colonel Richards on (mentioned in despatches, two Clasps). Served with the Tirah Expeditionary Force as Deputy 
Assistant Quarter Master General for Intelligence, and afterwards as Assistant Quarter Master General 2nd 
Division, and was present at the actions of Chagru Kotal and Dargai; capture of Sampagha and Arhanga 
Passes; reconnaissance 01 the Saran Sar, and action of 9th Nov. 1897; operations in Waran Valley and Bara 
Valley; affair at Shinkamar (mentioned in despatches, Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 ; 
commanded the 3rd Battalion King's Royal Rifles in the relief of Ladysmith, including the action at Colenso ; the 
operations of 17th to 24th Jan. icoo, including the action at Spion Kop ; operations of 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and action 
at Vaal Krantz ; operations on Tugela Heights, and action at Pieter's Hill ; the operations in Natal, Mar. to June 
1900, including the action at Laing's Nek (mentioned in despatches, CB.) ; commanded Column during the operations 
in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900 (mentioned in despatches) ; and the operations in the Trans- 
vaal, east of Pretoria, in 1901-02 (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two 
■Clasps). 

356 Colonel Harrison served in the Boer war of 1881 with the Natal Field Force. Served throughout the 



War Services of the Colonels. 39 r 

Egyptian war of 1882 with the 1st Battalion Royal Went "Kent Regiment (Medal, and Khedive's Star). Served in the 
South African war with the 2nd Battalion Royal" West Kent Regiment, and took part in the operations in the Orange 
Free State, 14th April to May 1900; in Orange River Colony, May to 20th June 1900, including the action at 
Biddulphsberg ; also operations in Cape Colony south of Orange River, 1900. Commanded the Battalion from 27th 
May to 14th June 1900 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps). 

357 Colonel F.W. Romilly served in the Egyptian war of 1S82 with the 1st Battalion Scots Guards, and was present 
in the engagement at Tel-el-Mahuta and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star) ; 
in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 as Aide de Camp to Sir Gerald Graham, and was present in the engage- 
ments at El Teb and Temai (mentioned in despatches, two Clasps) ; in the Nile Expedition in 1SS4-85, 
with the Guards Camel Regiment, and was present at the actions at Abu Klea and El Gubat (two Clasps) ; and 
with the Egyptian Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 as Aide de Camp to Sir Frederick Stephenson, and 
was present in the engagement at Giniss (mentioned in despatches, DUO.). Served in the South African war in 
1900-02 in command of the 2nd Battalion Scots Guards, and was present at the operations in the Orange River 
Colony (May 29th to Nov. 1900), the action at Biddulphsherg, and the actions at Wittebergen (ist to 29th July 1900) 
(mentioned in despatches, CB., and Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

3;9 Colonel K. R. C. Graham served in the South African war in 1900-02, and took part in the operations in the 
Orange Free State, February to May, 1900, including the actions at Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, Karree Siding and 
Vet River, the operations in the Transvaal, in May and June 1900, including the actions near Johannesburg and 
Pretoria. Commanded the 2nd Battalion from 27th to 31st May, and from 8th to 29th November 1900; Assistant 
Provost Marshal and Commandant at Potchefstroom (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with three Clasps, 
King's Medal with two Clasps). 

361 Colonel F. S. Inglefield served in the South African -war in 1900-02 as a Special Service Officer, and took 
part in the operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including the actions at Paarde:erg, Poplar 
Grove, Driefontein, Houtnek, and Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including the actions near 
Johannesburg and Pretoria; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, including the action at Lydenberg; and in the 
Transvaal.west of Pretoria, July and Aug. 1900 — two horses shot. Commanded the 2nd Battalion East Yorkshire 
Regiment during tho operations in the Transvaal in March igci (twice mentioned in despatches, DUO., Medal 
with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

363 Colonel R. J. Cooper served with the 2nd Battalion Grenadier Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882. and was 
present in the engagement at Tei-el-Mahuta and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Meial with Clasn and Khedive's 
Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 as Railway Staff Officer (Medal with two Clasps). 

3C * Sir R. A. W. Colleton served with the Hazara Expedition in 1S91 as Brigade Major to the 2nd Brigade (men- 
tioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir 
William Lockhart in 1897 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Tirah Frontier Reserve Force (Medal with two 
Clasps). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 in command of the 1st Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 
and took part in the operations in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th November 1900, including the 
actions at Frederickstad. Served also as Commandant at Potchelstroom (three times mentioned in despatches, 
CB., Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Closps). 

3 " 5 Colonel Lysona served as Aide de Camp to Bi'igadier General Wood during the Zulu war of 1879, and was pre- 
sent in the engagements at Zungin Nek, Zlobane Mountain (mentioned in despatches, Victoria Cross), Kambula 
(again mentioned), and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp) : together with Private Edmond Fowler, Scottish Rifles (since 
discharged), was awarded the l T l£ under the following circumstances:— " On the 28th March 1879, during the 
assault of the Inhlobane Mountain, Sir Evelyn Wood ordered the dislodgment of certain Zulus (who were 
causing the troops much loss) from strong natural caves commanding the position in which some of the 
wounded were lying. Some delay occurring in the execution of the orders issued, Captain the Honourable 
Ronald Campbell, Coldstream Guards, followed by Lieutenant Lysons, Aide de Camp, and Private Fowler, ran 
forward in the most determined manner, and advanced over a mass of fallen bonlders, and between walls of 
rock, which led to a cave in which the enemy lay hidden. It being impossible for two men to walk abreast 
the assailants were consequently obliged to keep in single file, and as Captain Campbell was leading, he 
arrived first at the mouth of the cave, from which the Zulus were firing, and there met his death j Lieutenant 
Lysons and Private Fowler, who were following close behind him, immediately dashed at the cave, from which 
led several subterranean passages, and firing into the chasm below, succeeded in forcing the occupants to forsake 
their stronghold. Lieutenant Lysons remained at the cave's mouth for some minutes after the attack, during 
which time Captain Campbell's body was carried down the slODes." Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with 
the Egyptian Army (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

868 Colonel Sprot served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80, including the engagement with 
the Mohmunds at Dakka; proceeded from Gandamak to Kabul in charge of a Convoy in April i860 (Medal). 
Served in South African war in 1899-1902 in command. of the Carabiniers, and was present in the operations 
round Colesberg, including actions at Arundel, 13th Dec. 1899, and Colesherg, 1st Jan. to 12th Feb. 1900, at 
relief of Kimberley, in engagements at Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, and Driefontein, the occupation of Bloem- 
fontein, the engagement at Karree Siding, the crossing of the Zand River, the battle of Johannesburg, affair at 
Kalk-Heuvel, occupation of Pretoria, battle of Diamond Hill, action at Riet Vlei (16th July), battle of Belfast, 
affair at Wateryal Onder, and advance to Barberton ; in General Hart's march through the Gats rand in Nov. 
1900. Subsequently commanded a section of line of communications in Natal and a Mobile Column in Cape 
Colony (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal with six Clasps; King's Medal with two Clasps). 

867 Colonel Lousada served with the 2nd Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment throughout the Egyptian 
war of 1882, and was present in the engagements at El Magfar and Tel-( 1-Mahuta, in the two actions at 
Kassasiu, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, ana Khedive's Star). 
Served in South African war in 1899-1900, and was present at relief of Ladysmith (mentioned in despatches, CB., 
Medal with six Clasps). 

sex Colonel Ovens served in the Afghan war in 1880 as Superintendent of Army Signalling with the Khyber 
Line Force and also with the Khyber Division of the Northern Afghanistan Field Force under Lieut. General 
Bright (Medal). Served with the Waziristan Field Force under Sir William Lockhart in 1894-95 with the 2nd 
Battalion Border Regiment (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902, in command of 
the 1st Battalion Border Regiment from 9th August 1900 to 22nd April 1901, and from 22nd August 1901 to May 
1902. Took part in the operations in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to November 1900 ; and the operations 
in the Transvaal from 30th November 1900 (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with three Clasps, King's 
Medal with two Clasps). [See also Civil Decorations for Gallantry, " Hart's Annual Army List," p. 1162.] 

809 Colonel Sturges served in the South African war in 1399-1900 (Medal with three Clasps). 

37 Colonel A. H. Coles served with the Nile Expedition in :'884-8s (Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, 
and Khedive's Star) ; in the operations of the Soudan Field Force in 1887, including the engagements at Sarras ; 
and in the operations on the Soudan Frontier in 1889, including the engagement at 'foski (mentioned in 
despatches, TJSO., and Clasp). [See also Civil Decorations for Gallantry, " Hart's Annual Army List," p. 1162.] 

371 Colonel Haribury-Williams served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Aide de Camp to Sir E. Hamley, Com- 
mand, rig the 2nd Divis ; on, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir— horse shot (mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with Clasp, 5th CIhss of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). 

f' 2 Colonel R. N. R. Reade served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 with the Koorum Division (Medal). Served with 
the expedition to Ashanti under Sir Francis Scott in 1895 (Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 
as a Deputy Assistant Adjutant General for Intelligence, Cavalry Division (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Lt Colonel). 

37:1 Colonel Eccles served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 
1897-98 with the 2nd Battalion Oxfordshire Light Infantry with the Mohmand Field Force, and witli the 
Peshawur Column and the 5th Brigade Tirah Expeditionary Force including the operations in the Bara Valley 
Medal with two Clasps.) [See also Civil Decoration for Gallantry, " Hart's Annual Army List," p. 1162.] 

374 Colonel Snrteea served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 in command of the Turkish Mounted infantry of 
the Egyptian Army and afterwards of a boat convoy (Medal withClasp, 4th Class ot the Medjidie, and Khedive's 
Star). Served with the Egyptian Frontier Field Force in i885-86,and was present in the engagement at Giniss 



39 s War Services of the Colonels. 

in command of the 3rd Camel Corps of the Egyptian Army ( 4 th Class of the Osmanieh). Served in the South 
African war in 1899-1900 with the 1st Battalion Coldstream Guards, in command from 23rd March to nth 
December 1900, and was present in the engagements at Belmont, Modder River, and Magersfontein, the advance 
to Bloemfontein and Pretoria, the engagements at Diamond Hill, Driefontein, Vet River, Zand River, 
Johannesburg and Belfast, and the march toKomati Poort (mentioned in despatches, DSO.). 

3,5 Colonel Archdale served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in 
the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 with the 1st Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers (Medal with Clasp). Served in the 
occupation of Crete in 1897-98 with the 2nd Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers. Served in the South African war in 
1899-1900, 1902 as Assistant Press Censor, and took part in the relief of Ladysmith (mentioned in despatches, 
CB. Medal with five Clasps). 

376 Colonel F. B. Matthews served in the Zulu War of 1879 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African 
war in 1899-1902, taking part in ihe operations for the relief of Ladysmith, including the actions at Spion Kop, 
Vaal Krantz, Tugela Heights, Pieter's Hill, and the operations in Natal. Commanded the 2nd Battalion from 
23rd Feb. till 27th May 1900, including the action at Pieter's Hill (mentioned in despatches, Brevet ofLt.Colonel, 
DSO. (Medal with four Clasps). 

a T> Colonel W. Douglas served in the Bechuanaland Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 1884-85 as Adjutant 
of the 1st Battalion of the Royal Scots. Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 with the 1st Battalion 
Royal Scots commanding the Battalion from 1900, and took part in the operations in the Orange Free State, 
including the actions at Paardeberg (17th to 26th February), Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Karree Siding (29th 
March), the defence of Wepener, the actions at Houtnek, Vet River, and Zand River; the operations in the 
Transvaal, east of Pretoria (July to 29th Nov. 1900), including the actions at Belfast, Lydenburg and Rhenoster 
Kop ; the operations in Orange River Colony (May to 19 h Nov. 19C0), including the actions at Biddulphsberg, 
Lindley, Rhenoster River, Lmdley (26th June), Bethlehem, Wittebergen, Witpoort, Ladybrand, Bothavile, and 
Caledon River; and in the operations in Orange River Colony, south of Orange River, in 1S99-1900. Commanded 
Columns in combined operations with General Sir W. Kitchener and Colonels Park, Benson, and Palteney in the 
operations of General Sir Bindon Blood's Columns in the Eastern Transvaal ; commanded Column formed in 
November 1901 for operations in the Eastern Transvaal till invalided and succeeded by Colonel Urmston (men- 
tioned in despatches, DSO.). 

378 Colonel C. W. Carey served as Adjutant with the 2nd Battalion Highland Light Infantry in the Egyptian 
war of 1882, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and 
Khedive's Star). Served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 
1897-98 with the 2nd Battalion Highland Light Infantry, and took part in the operations of the Malakand and 
Buner Field Forces, including the forcing of the Tanga Pass (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

380 Colonel Lamb served in the South African war in 1899-1900, and took part in the relief of Ladysmith, in- 
cluding action at Colenso ; also the operations of the 17th to 24th January 1900; the operations of the' 5th 
to 7th Feb. rooo and action at Vaal Krantz; the operations of Tugela Heights and action at Pieter's Hill ; 
the operations in Natal, March to June 1900, including action at Laing's Nek ; and the operations in the 
Transvaal, east of Pretoria (mentioned in despatches, Medal with five Clasps). 

** Colonel A. J. W. Allen served with the 3rd Buffs throughout the Zulu war of 1870, and was present in the 
engagements at Inyezane and Gingindhlovu (Medal with Clasp). Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 ; was 
Commandant of Dal-Sarkamatts and Rail Head, and from 28th February to 22nd July he commanded the Transport 
Train (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served during the campaign on the North West Frontier of India 
under Sir William Lockhart in 1897 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter 
Master General at the base (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps). 

3 °0 Colonel Hon. E. J. Montagn-Stuart-Wortley served in Afghanistan from Octoberi879toAugusti88o with the 
Koorum Force as Transport Officer and Assistant Superintendent of Army Signalling (Medal). Served in the Boer 
warot 1881 with the Natal Field Force. Se^-vedin the Egyptian war of 1882 as Orderly Officer to Sir W. O.Lanyon 
and to Sir Baker Russell, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 
Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85, and was present at the actions of Abu Klea and El Gubat, in the 
reconnaissance to Metammeh, and in the reconnaissance to Khartoum under Sir Charles Wilson (mentioned in 
despatches, two Clasps, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and CMO. in recognition of his services in Egypt) ; also 
served in the operations of the Egyptian Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and 
Quarter Master General (Brevet of Major). Served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener 
in 1897 as Staff Officer to Gunboats Flotilla, including the occupation of Berber; and in 1898 on Special Service, and 
was present at the battle of Khartoum in command of friendly Arabs on the right bank of the Nile (mentioned in 
despatches, DSO., British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 
in command of a Battalion of Reservists and King's Royal Rifles in operations under SirRedvers Builer including 
the relief of Ladysmiih (mentii ned in despatches); commanded the 2nd Battalion King's Royal Rifles in sub- 
sequent operations (mentioned in despatches, Brevet ofLt.Colonel). 

393 Colonel T. L. N. Morland served in the operations on the Niger in 1897-98 (mentioned in despatches. Brevet 
of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served in Northern Nigeria in 1900, in command of the operations on the Kaduna 
River (mentioned in despatches). Served in the operations in Ashanti in 1500 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet 
of Lt. Colonel). Served in Northern Nigeria in 1901 in command of the operations against the Emir of Yola — 
slightly wounded (mentioned in despatches, DSO. Medal with Clasp). Commanded the Bornu Expedition in 
1902 (mentioned in despatches. Served in the Kano-Sokoto Expedition in West Africa in 1903, mentioned in 
despatches, CB.). 

<os C'clonel J. H. E. Reid served throughout the Afghan war of 1878-80, first in Northern Afgbanictan with 
the 25th Regiment under Sir Frederick Maude, including the Bazar Valley Expedition ; afterwards in Southern 
Afghanistan with the 3rd Bombay Light Cavalry, including the mutiny and subsequent pursuit, ol the Wali of 
Candahar's troops at Girishk, the baitle of Maiwand in command of a squadron (wounded), and the defence of 
Candahar (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

"0 Brigadier General G. V. Kemball served in the Afghan war iu 1878-79 (Medal). Served with the Chitral 
Relief Force in 1895 as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General 1st Brigade, and as Deput3 r Assistant Adjutant 
General and Deputy AssistaLt Quarter Master General on the Lines of Communication (mentioned in despatches. 
Brevet of Major). Served in the operations on the North West Frontier of India in 1897 with the Tochi Field 
Force as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General for Intelligence (mentioned in despatches). Commanded the 
operations in Northern Nigeria in 1901 against the forcts of Bida and Kontagora, mentioned in despatches, DSO., 
Medal with Clasp). Served in the Kano-Sokoto Expedition in West Africa in 1903 (CB.). 

415 Colonel A. H. M. Edwards served with the Hazara Expedition in 1888 as Assistant Provost Marshal (Medal 
with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1859-1900, temporarily in command of the Imperial Light Horse, 
and was present at the siege at Ladysmith, including the attack of 6th January 1900— slightly wounded (mentioned 
in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB.). 

[For the War Services of other Colonels, vide their respective Regiments or Corps.] 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



40 



1 COBNET, 
2nd LIEUT. 
,OrBNSIGN. 



Bowes Thorpe M. Gompertz, Lt.Col. Indian) 

Army )' 

Maunsell Bowers, Lt. Colonel h.p. 5 Dragoon) 

Guards J 

James Stoneman, Lt.Col. Armv Service Corps 

Henry St. Patrick Maxwell, CSI. Lt.Col. Indian\ 

Army / 

Francis F. R. Burgess, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Wm. Butler Ferris, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Willoughby Pitcairn Kennedy, Lt.Col. Indian! 

Armv J 

George Radley Hobos, CMG. Lt.Col. Army) 

Ordnance Department i 

Thomas Alex. Hill, Lt.Col .(from h.p. 12 Lancers), ) 

Imperial Yeomanry ) 

Hy. P. Poingdestre Leigh, CIE. Lt.Col. Indian I 

Army f 

Richard Carnac Temple, CIE. Kniqht of Grace of\ 

St. John of Jerusalem, Lt.Col. Indian Army ) 

Charles Purchas, Lt.Col. Army Ordnance Dept. ) 

(Bon. Major, 1 Apr. 92) f 

Geo. Robt. Atkinson, Lt.Col. Army Ordnance Dept. ) 

[Son. Major, 1 Apr. 92) 



CAPTAIN. MAJOB. 



! LIEUT. 
COLONEL. 



ITEEX 
PLACED OX 
HALF PAT. 



Jan. 67 18 Mar. 70 11 Jan. 79 11 Jan. 87 n Jan. 93 

13 Apr. 72*21 Aug. 78 2t Apr. 83 23 Apr. 93 

Service i3 9 /i» yrs. 23 June 89 23 June 94 

7 Apr. 71 6 Feb. 8r 6 Feb. 89 6 Feb. 95 

27 Oct. 71 8 July 80 8 July 8S 8 July 94 



Deptl. 

6 Feb. 69 

8 July 68 
18 Aug. 69 

8 Feb. 70 



Depart- 



4 Jan. 71 
Departl. 
Departl. 



25 Apr. 00 



7 Oct. 71 18 Aug. 81 18 Aug. 89 18 Aug. 93 
28 Oct. 71 1 8 Feb. 82 8 Feb 90 1 8 Feb. 96 



Alfred Sadler.it VO.Lt.Col. Army Ord. Dept.(.H<m. ) rw.,-,1 
' r, 1 Apr. 92) i\ ue P a ™ 



Departl. 
Departl. 



: 8 } 



Major 
Thomas Heron, Lt.Col. Army Ordnance Dept. ) 

(Hon. Major, 4 May 92) j 

Henry Walter Barrett, Lt.Col. Army Ordnance) 

Department (Hon. Major, 2 July 92) } 

Fred. Charles Maisey, Lt.Col. Indian Army I23 Sept. 71 

Alexander John Montgomery, Lt. Col. Royal Art.... 

RobertFeild Jameson, Lt.Col. Indian Army '28 Oct. 71 

John Wm. Hastings Potts, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery I 

Robert Preston Birkett Rodick, Lt.Col. Ros'alFus. ! 9 Feb. 70 

William Selwood Hewett, Lt.Col. Indian Army • 

Hon. Edw. Noel, Lt.Col. (from Major) h.p. Rifle » I 

Brigade )\ 

Charles WithersRavenshaw,L<. Colonel IndianArmy 

Walter Cook, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Rawdon EdwardD. Reilly, Lt. Col. Indian Army ... 
R. Ramsay Napier Stun, CB. Lt Col. Indian Arm3" 

Thomas Caldwell Pears, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Bernhard Drysdale Holler, Lt. Colonel, h.p 

Hussars 

Heury John Lyster, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

William Walter Lean, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Richard Hobart Morrison, Lt.Col. (trom h.p.) 

Major iS Hussars) ) 

Frank Robt. Crofton Carleton.71 Lt.Col. h.p.) 

Irish Fusiliers f 

Charles J. Spottiswoode, Lt.Col. h.p. Yorkshire > 

Regt ; S 

Lawrence Jamieson Torrie, Lt.Col. Indian Army.. 
Walter F. C. Chichel^ Plowden, Lt.Col. Indian; 

Army ) 

p.t.c. Percy H. Hamon Massy," 6 Lt.Col. h.p. 
(from Major) 6 Dragoon Guards ; Vice Conml i 

A*iaMinor, 11 Mar. 96 

Henry Richard Marrett, Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Thomas F. A. Watson-Kennedy, 77 Lt.Col. h.p. j 

Cameron Highlanders (79 Foot) j 

Edward Jas. Fandon Wood. Lt. Col. Indian Army 

Charles James Robarts, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Orbell Henry Oakes, 7 " Lt.Col. h.p. Worcester-) 

shire Regiment i 

Hy. Beaufoy Thornhill, CIE. Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Edward H. Hopton Montresor.ii.CW. IndianArnry 
Robert H. Jennings, CSI. Lt.Col. h.p. Royal| 

Engineers / 

Aug. de Segur ll'Kerrell, JUVy'or, Cameron High- 1 

landers / 

John William Hind, 81 from 3fu/or, h.p. The Buffs / 
Dfj>. Atxiit. Quar'er Mauler General, Bermuda $ 
Sir Fred. John Dealtry Lugard M KCMG. CB. 
DSO. Lt.Col. (from Major, Norfolk Regt.), High 
Commr. Northern Nigeria, with rank of Brigadier 

General, 9 Jan. 00 

p.».c. Hon. Chas. G .Fortescue.CJf G.DSO. Major, ) 

Rifle Brigade $ 

Alfred Jas. Arnold,*)* DSO. Lt.Col. (from Majors 
Unatt.); ferv.ng under the Portuguese Chartered > 

Company, Mozambique J 

Henry Fortescue," Lt.Col. h.p. 17 Lancers 

Robt. F. Gartside-Tipping, CB.IA.Col. IndianArmy 
Malcolm John Meade, CIE. Lt.Col. Indian Army 
John de Courcy D. Meade, Lt.Col. Indian Army.. 

Harry Everard Pnssy, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Edward M. Nedham, Lt Col. Indian Army 

Arthur W. T. Radcliffe, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

James Fansh Malcolm Fawcett, Lt.Col. h.p. 1 
5 Lancashire J 



mental j Service 22 I, / 12 yrs. 
26 Mar. 75' 30 Nov. 81 23 Nov. 92 

4 Jan. 71 4 Jan. 83 4 Jau. 91 
28 Oct. 71 4 Jan. 83 4 Jan. 9' 

Service I 22 yrs. | 1 Apr, 

Service 

Service 



3 



28 0ot. -ii2 3 Sept.83 2 3 Sept.9i|23 Sept.97 
6 Jan. 72 7 Sept.8i 29 Oct. 88 19 Get. 97 

28 Oct. 71 28 Oct. 83 28 Oct. 91 28 Oct. 97 
2 May 72I1 Sept. 81 29 Nov. 88 1 Nov. 97 

28 Oct. 71 J 10 Sept. 80 9 Dec. 86 28 Nov. 97 

30 Dec. 71 3° Dec. 83130 Dec. 91 3° Dec. 97 
27 Mar. 72: 20 Aug. 8o|i2 Apr. 90 9 Mar. 98 

8 May 72; 8 May 34! 8 May 92 8 May 98 
10 Sept.75iio Sept.86l10Sept.95 11 May 98 

31 Aug. 7231 Aug. 84115 June 85 20 May 98 

9 Mar. 73, 8 Jan. 85; 9 Mar. 93 2 ° May 98 

29 May 72 29 May 84 29 May 92,29 May 98 



1 Aug. 80 



go 



Service 
Service 



22 yrs. 
\^ln yrs. 
(2o 3 / 12 yrs. 



3 July 96 
21 Dec. 96 

4 Jan. 97 
4 Jan. 97 
1 Apr. 97 
1 Apr. 57 
1 Apr. 97 



1 Apr. 96 

1 Apr. 06 

1 Apr. 96 4 May 97 

1 Apr. 96 2 July 97 



8 May 73 18 Dec. 80 

12 Sept. 7a 1 21 Dec. 81 
11 Sept.72, ti Sept.84 

13 June 74 31 Oct. 82 
21 Sept.74 1 8 June8i 



7 July 86 8 July 98 

1 Oct. 89: 3 Sept.98 
11 Sept. 92 11 Sept. 93 

19 Nov. 89 14 Sept.98 11 Oct. 02 

2 July 91 14 Sept.98 '14 Sept. c 2. 



28 Nov. 81 



10 Mar. 02 



1 June 02 



5 June 76 29 Sept.82 11 May 90 28 Sept. 98) 
19 Oct. 72)19 Oct. 84[i9 0ct. 92^9 Oct. 981 



19 Oct. 72, 19 Oct. 84 
11 Feb. 75 19 July 82 
13 Nov. 72:13 Nov. 84 



19 Oct. 92 19 Oct. g3 

I 
24 May 93 2 Nov. 98 2 Nov. 9=* 



27 Jan. 73 

1 Jan. 73 
12 Feb. 73 

10 Jan. 72 

23 Apr. 73 
8 May 73 



20 Jan. 86 

1 Jan. 85 
8 Jan. 85 

17 Dec. 81 

8 Jan. 85 
8 Jan. 85 

12 Sept.84 



13 Nov. 92^3 Nov. 

22 Feb. 93; 1 6 Nov. 

1 Jan. 93 ! i Jan. 99 
12 Feb. 93 12 Feb. 99 

9 Oct. 8q 2 Mar. 99 

23 Apr. 03 ' 23 Apr. 99 
8 May 93 j 8 May 99 

6 Nov. 91 21 May 99 



1 1 May 78 



22 Jan. 81 



23 Aug. 93 



1 May 78 



12 Sept.72 

23 Aug. 84! 2 Aug. 9221 May 99*22 May 99 

28 Feb. 74 21 Dec. 8i ;lo Dec. 86, 3 June 99 



1 Jan. 3i 



13 Aug. 85 



1 July 81:14 Dec. 90 



5 Aug. 96 3 July 99 



5 Dec. 98 8 July 99 



25 July 94' 16 June 97 8 July 99 8 July 99 

15 July 761 6 June 82 ' 6 Nov. 93' 12 July 99 

3 Aug. 73J 8 Jan. 85J 3 Aug. 93 3 Aug. 99 

9 Aug. 73! 8 Jan. 851 9 Aug. 93 9 Aug. 99 

9 Aug. 731 8 Jan. 85- 9 Aug. 93 9 Aug. 99 
9 Aug. 73! 8 Jan. 85! 9 Aug. 93 9 Aug. 99 

9 Aug. 73 8 Jan. 85 9 Aug. 93; 9 Aug. 99 

9 Aug. 73 8 Jan. 85 9 Aug. 93' 9 Aug. 99 

30 June 81 j 9 June 84 19 Aug. 92 12 Aug. 99 



10 July 01 



2 Mar. 03 



21 May 04 



8 July 99 
3 Feb. 00 



41-7 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



COBNET, 
?ndLIECT. LIEUT. 
Or ENSIGN. 



Henry 0. Pago Henderson, ^Lt.Col. b.p. 6 Dragoons 
Terence England Rowan, Lt.Col. (lrom Royal ) 

Artillery); Ordnance Officer 2nd Class, Rangoon} 
Pereival Geo. Parkinson, Lt.Col. Army Ordnance '( 

Dept j 

Stanley Huiuphery.^Zr.Cci?. h.p. GloucesterRegt. 
Richard Owen. i02 Lt.Col. h.p. (from Major 21) 

Lancers) ; Mil. Sec. to Gov. of Bombay j 

{ieo.i'Ten(l,' ti Lt.lol.h. p. Northumberland Fusiliers 
E. Bleiddian Herbert,™ Lt. Colonel h.p. 17 Lancers 

Hew Francis Cadell, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Warren Hastings, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

James Philip Sparling, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Henry George Ryland, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Frederick George Preston, Lt. Col. Indian Army ... 
Harold Arthur Deane, CS1. Lt.Col. Indian Army... 
Chas. E. Wylde Macdonald, Lt.Col. Indian Army... 

p.s.c. Alfred' Edwin Jones, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Alex. Geo. Chesney, Lt.Col. Worcester Regiment .. 
Frederick Ivor Maxse, CB. DSO. Lt.Col. Cold-") 

stream Guards / 

p.s.c. Walter Robt. B. Doran, Lt.Colonel, Leinster j 

Regiment j 

Benjamin Burton, CB. Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Francis Macdonald Drury, Lt.Col. Indian Army ... 

Charles John Lennys, Lt. Col. Indian Army 

Stephen Frewen, Lt.Col. h.p. 16 Lancers 

George .las. Butcher, CMG. Lt.Col. Army Ordnance ' 

Department ) 

p.s.c. Fras. S. Inglefleld, DSO. Lt.Col. East York I 

Regt f 

Juxon Henr3' Juxon-Jones, Lt.Col. Indian Army ... 

Charles Herbert, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

William Charles Aslett, LtX ol. Indian Army 

Arthur Adye, Lt.Col. Indian Aimy 

Lionel Grafton Beckham, Lt. Col. Indian Army 

Lord Edmund Bernard Talbot.iif T'O. DSO. Lt.Col.^ 

(from h.p. j 1 Hussars); MB. for S.W. Sussex; > 

Assist. Bricate Sec. to Secretary of State for War) 
John de Courcy 0'Grady,M7 CB. Lt. Col. h.p. Con- \ 

naught Rangers j 

Arthur Russell Loscombe, Lt. Col. West IndiaRegt.... 
Achilles F. P. M. J. A. F. X. Samut, CMG. ) 

Lt.Col. Army Ord.Dept / 

Chas. Herbert Philip Caiter, CMG. Cryrf. R. Scots... 
Jenico Edward Preston, DSO. Lt.Col. Indian Army 
John Richard Howaid Allen, Lt.Col. R. Artillery... 
Chas. Maximilian Thos. Western, Lt.Col. Royal) 

Artillery / 

Albert Dallas Enriquez, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

p.s.c. Hastings St. Leger AVcod,H2 DSO. Lt.Col.^ 

h.p. (from Major, Dorset Regt.) Deputy Assistant > 

Adjutant Geiural, Jersey) ) 

Andrew Graham Thomson, Lt.Col. R. Engineers... 
p.s.c Frederick William N. M'Cracken, DSO.) 

Major, Berkshire Regiment ) 

p.sc. Fitzgerald Wintour, Lt.Col. Norfolk Regt.... 
Beauchamp J. C. Doran, CB. DSO. Lt.Colonel Irish ) 

Regiment ) 

Frederick Crofton Heaih, Lieut. Colonel Royal) 

Engineers ) 

p.s.c. Hy. Newport Chas. Heath, Major, York Lt. Inf. 
p.s.c. Charles R. R. M'Grigor, CB. Lt.Col. King's) 

Royal Rifles / 

p.s.c. WilliamLewis White, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery... 
Frederick Paul English, Lt.Col Dublin Fusiliers... 
William Hallett Connolly, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery... 
Alex. Weston Gordon, Major, Dublin Fusiliers ) 

(103 Foot) J 

Gordon Carter," 6 ! MVO.Lt.Col.h.-p. (from Major, 1 

: Life Guards) j 

p.s.c. Aylmer Gould Hunter- Weston, DSO. Major, ~) 

Royal Engineers j 

Hugo W. N. S. Smyth, Lt.Col. Army Ord. Dept 

TCC Edmund John Phipps-liornby,Xf. Col. Royal ) 

Artillery j 

p.s.c. George John Younghusband, CB. Lt.Colonel, \ 

Indian Armj' j 

Tom Evelyn O'Leary, Major, Irish Fusiliers 

Arthur Blagden Shute, Lt. Colonel, Royal Artillery 

Edmund D. John O'Brien. Lt.Col. 14 Hussars 

James Laird Irvine, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

p.*.e.George Elliott Benson, Major, Royal Artillery 
Hugh Milboume Jackson. Lt Col. Royal Engineers 
p.s.c. Edward B. Urmston, CB. Lt.Colonel, Argyll | 

and Sutter'and Highlanders / 

Edmund Ashton Ogle, Lt.Col. East Yorkshire Regt. 
Arthur NaimLvsaght." 8 Lt.Col .h.p. (irora Ma jor, \ 

Irish Regt.) Lt.Col. Bedfordshire Reyt. 10 Oct. 04) 
Walpole Swinton Kays, Lt Col. King's Royal Rifles 
Arthur Dashwood B. Buckley, Lt. Col. Hampshire ) 

Regiment j 



5 Sept.77 
30 Jan. 78 



24 July 78 
14 Jan. 80 



11 Aug. 8c 
(3 Nov. 78 

4 Nov. 



31 Oct. 77 

13 Aug. 79 
1 1 Aug. 80 

14 Jan. 80 



3 Aug. 79 



22 Jan. 79 
1 May 78 



11 Sept. 78 20 Oct. 
11 Sept. 73 t 6Feb. 

21 July 80 1 July 87 



21 Apr. Sn 

12 Nov. 73 

29 Nov. 76 
29 Nov. 76 
12 Feb. 74 
28 Feb. 74 
28 Feb. 74 
28 Feb. 74 
28 Feb. 74 
28 Feb. 74 
28 Feb. 74 
28 Feb. 74 
11 Nov. 78 



17 Apr. 85 

13 June 83 

14 July 83 

27 Apr. 86 
12 Feb. 8 

28 Feb. 85 
28 Feb. 8q 
28 Feb. 85 
28 Feb. 85 
28 Feb. 3 5 
28 Feb. 85 
28 Feb. 83 
20 Nov. 8 



9 Sept.92,25 Oct 
o May 82 



89 



17 Aug. 74 
26 Mar. 74 
26 Mar. 74 
o Jan. 8c 



1 July 81 
13 June 74 3° June 



26 Nov. 

1 SeDt.83 
26 Ma'r. 83 
26 Mar. 85 

5 May 86 

19 Apr. 87 



10 June 74 
13 June 74 
13 June 74 
13 June 74 
13 June 74 

20 Nov. 75 



10 June 85 
13 June 85 
13 June 85 
13 June 85 
13 June 85 

i4Sept.8i 



11 Sept. 78 13 Apr. 81 
1 July 81 29 Jan. 



t Sept. 80 

20 Aug. 90 

21 Sept.74 
17 Aug. 74 

28 Jan. 75 

14 Nov. 74 

30 Nov. 78 1 6 May 86 
25 Jan. 88 
15 Dec. 84 



17 Dec. 90 

26 June 97 

21 Sept. 85 

1 Sept. 83 

1 Jan. 84 

14 Nov. 85 



5 Jan. 77 

28 July 80 

1 July 81 

1 July 81 

25 Jan. 77 

22 Oct. 81 

July 81 



2 Feb. 87 
22 May 87 

25 Jan. 88 
6 Feb. 89 

11 Mar. 89 



21 june 79 



1 May 78 



2 Feb. 76 1 29 Jan. 85 
12 Jan. 81! 1 July 87 
25 Jan. 77 j 2 Sept. 85 
12 Mar. 81 1 1 July 87 
23 Mar. 81 '28 Sept.87 

5 Feb. 84 1 1 Apr. 92 
1 July 3i 10 Sept.8 
9 Oct. 77 



[i May 78 



15 Mar. 80 



1 Feb. 86 
1 May 89 



LIEUT. 
COLONEL. 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PA^. 



26 Sept.94 17 Sept. 99 20 July 01 



1 Aug. 90 

1 Aug. Q4 
16 June 94 
6 N ov. 92 

22 Apr. 93 
5 Dec. 94 

12 Feb. 94 
28 Feb. 94 
28 Feb. 94 
28 Feb. 94 
28 Feb. 94 
28 Feb. 94 
28 Feb. 94 
?8 Feb. 94 
16 Oct. 95 

1 Dec. 97 

16 Nov. 90 

25 July 91 

26 Mar. 94 

26 Mar. 94 

27 Jan. 92 

24 Apr. 95 

2 July 92 
10 June 94 

23 June 94 

13 June 94 
13 June 04 
13 June 94 

19 Nov. 91 



14 May 84 21 May 9c 
9 Oct. 77 5 Feb. 86 
28 Aug. 79 17 Jan. 87 

19 June 77 1 Apr. 88 

[19 May 80 28 July 88 

ji9June77 1 Apr. °" 

11 May 78 10 Nov. 80 27 Sept.S6 
15 Aug. 77 31 May 78 5 May 86 
13 Aug. 79^29 Sept.8012 Feb. 36 
6 Aug. 79' 1 July 81 29 Dec. 8 
27 Aug. 79 17 Apr. 80 19 Sept. 8 



12 Feb. 91 
1 Apr. 94 
;i Sept. 95 

27 June 97 
1 Sept. 94 

30 July 91 

16 Mar. 92 
14 Nov. 94 

24 July 95 
26 Jan 
14 Aug. 85 

3 Feb. 87 
23 May 87 

26 Jan 
7 Feb. 89 
i2 Mar. 

4 Oct. 93 
6 Nov. 94 
1 Apr. 95 

5 June 9s 
26 June 95 

28 Aug. 95 
22 Nov. 95 
11 Dec. 95 

22 Jan. 96 

22 Jan. 96 

25 Jan. 96 

26 Feb. 96 



1 Oct. 09 29 Sept. 00 

1 Oct. 99 

25 Oct. Q9 25 Oct. 03 

29 Nov. 99 29 Nov. 99- 

10 Jan. 00' 
8 Feb. 00 17 July 00 

12 Feb. 00 
28 Feb. 00 
28 Feb 
28 Feb. 00 
28 Feb. 00 
28 Fe j. 00 
28 Feb. 00 

28 Feb. 00 
10 Mar. 00 

[4 Mar* 00 

14 Mar. 00 

1 5 Mar. 00 

26 Mar. 00 
26 Mar. 00 

1 Apr. 00 

24 Apr. 00 

29 Apr. 00 

10 June 00 

13 June 00 
13 June 00 
13 June 00 
13 June 00 

17 June 00 






29 Sept. 00 



1 July 00 1- May 
5 Aug. 00 
ri Sept. 00 

19 Sept. 00 
21 Sept. 00 

1 Nov. 00 
14 Nov. 00 
14 Nov. 00 

14 Nov. 00 

29 Nov. 00 
29 Nov. 00 
29 Nov. 00 
29 Nov. 00 

29 Nov. 00 
29 Nov. 00 
29 Nov. 00 

29 Nov. 00 

29 Nov. 00 
29 Nov. 00 

29 Nov. 00 

29 Nov. 00 

29 Nov. 00 
29 Nov. 00 

20 Nov. 00 

29 Nov. 00 

29 Nov. 00 
29 Nov. 00 
29 Nov. 00 



ii Mar. 56(29 Nov. oo 

25 Mar. 96)29 Nov. oo 

9 Apr. 96 29 Nov. 00 

29 Nov. 00 

29 Nov. 00 



15 Apr. 96 
29 Apr. 96 
20 May 96 
10 June 96 



29 Nov. 03 



29 Nov. 00 
29 Nov. 00 



29 Aug. 96:29 Nov. 00 



>9 Nov. 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



48-50 




I.IBUT. 
COLONEL. 



WEBS 
PLACKD ON 
HALF PAT. 



Philip Beauchamp Taylor, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Hugh Thomas Lyle, DSO. Lt.CoI. Royal Welsh") , 

Fusiliers (23 F) J 

Edward Hume Armitage, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery.-. 
Thos. Hammond, Li. Col. Bedfordshire Regt. (16F.J 
Thomas Lamb, Major. South Lancashire Regiment 
p.s.c. Hubert John Du Cane, DSO. Li. Colonel | 

from Royal Artillery ) 

p.s.c. Neil Douglas Findlay, Major, Royal Artillery 
Wellesley Lynedoch Henry Paget, MVO. Lt.Ool.\ 

Royal Artillery J 

John Edward Watson, Lt.Col. Manchester Regiment 11 May 78 

Frederick Clifton Brisrgs, Lt Col. Devonshire Regt. 

Paul Rycaut S. Churchward, Major, N.Lanc. Regt. ,0 Jan. 78 

Charles Douglas Learoyd, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

p.s.c. Alexander John Godley, Major, Irish Guards 

Eustace Guinness, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Lloyd Marischal Turner, Major, Royal ") 

Artillery S 

Samuel "Wellington Lane, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.e. Philip John Ribton Crampton, Majo: , R. Art.' 

Edmund Win. Dashwood, Lt.Col. Northumb. Fus.2 25 Jan. 79 
George Mackintosh, Major, Seaforth Hidrs. (72 F.V21 May 78 
Harry W. Steward, Major, S. Stafford Regt. (38 F.) , 3 Oct. 80 

Edw. S. Curwen Kennedy, Lt. Col. West India Regt. 

Henry Sinclair Home, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Vyvyan Luke, CB. Major, Royal Marines 

p.s.c. Goorge Grey Aston, CB. Major, R. Marine Art 

p.s.c. Fred.Thos. Herstock, Lt.Col.W. African Regt 

Fred. Drummond Vincent Wing, CB. Major, R. Art.! 

Hill Godfiey Morgan, CB. DSO. Major, Armv S. C 

p.s.c. Lancelot Edw. Kiggell,l°° Lt.Col. h.p. (from) 

Major, R. Warwick Regt.)D. A. A.G. Staff College, > 

1 1 Jan. 04 ) 

Fredk. Archibald Adam, ifn/or,S.Lanc.Regt.(4oF.) 14 Jan. 80 
Lord Edw. Herbert Cecil, t>SO. Major, Gren. Gds. 30 Apr. 87 

George Fras. Wm. St. John, Major, R. Artillery ...i 

Kenneth E. Lean, Lt. Col. Warwickshire Regt. (6 F.) 22 Feb. 79 
Arthur Wigram Money, Major, Royal Artillery . 

Wm. Hugh E. Murray, Lt.i o'onel, Royal Scots '.22 Jan. 79 

John G. Wolrige-Gordoo,3/a/or, A. & S. Highldrs. 22 Jan. 79 
p.s.c. Granville Roland Francis Smith, Lt.Col. ) j (j A go 

Coldstream Guards j ( 

Geo. BeresfordLempriere.Zf.CW. Mdx. Regt.(77F.) 21 June 79 
p.s.c. David Henderson, DSO. Major, Argyll and 1 I 

Sutherland Highlanders / 1 

George Handcock Thesiger, Captain, Rifle Brigade! 19 Mar. 90 
Edmund Guy TulloehBainbridL'e,C.i^(«n, The Buffs 1 1 Feb. 
Arthur Robert Austen, J/a/ar.ShropshireL. 1.(85 F.), 22 J an ' 

Hon. Cecil Edw Bingham, MVO. Major, 1 Life Gdsi 

Harold Maxwell Grenfell, Major, 3 Dragoon Gds... 17 Aug. 92 
p.t c. John Wyndham G. Dawkins, CB. Major, \ 1 

Roval Artillery j\ 

p.s.c. Arthur W. G. Lowry Cole, 114 DSO. Lt.ColA \ 

h.p. from Major, Welsh Fusiliers; Commander V 11 Aug. 80 

iV. Nigeria Regt. with rank of Colonel J j 

YiC Edward Douglas Brown Synge Hutchinson, 1 

Major, 14 Hussars f 

James A. Gordon Drummond-Hay, Major, Cold- 1 

stream Guards ) 

Arthur Binny Scott, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery... 
Herbert Edward W r atts, Lt.Col. West Yorks. Regt... 
Basil St. John Le Marchant, Major, Royal Munster ' 

Fusiliers " ) 

John Edward Capper, CB. Major, Royal Engineers 

Clinton Grant Henshaw, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Henry Cowie, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Edward Coghill, Major, Roynl Artillery ... 
John S. Nicholson!;", CB. DSO. Lt.Col. h.p. from ) 

Major, 7 Hussars )" 

Herbert Montgomery Campbell, Major, R. Artillery 

Gerald James Cuthbert, Major, Scots Guards I 

Alexander William Roper, Major, Royal Engineers 
George Warren Biddulph, Major, Royal Artillery 
Frederic Charles Shaw, Major, Derbyshire Regt. ... 

William Eliot Peyton, DSO. Lt.Col. 15 Hus3ars 18 June 87 

Wm. Colquhoun Grant M'Grigor, Major, Scots Gds. 
Clement Maitland Edwards, Lt. Col. Worcester Regt 11 May 78 
William Robert Stewart, Major, Royal Engineers 
Charles Toler M'Murragh Kavanagh, DSO. j 

Lt. Colonel, 10 Hussars ) 

Gilbert Sutherland M'Dowell Elliot, Major, R. Eng. 

Herbert Guthrie Smith, Maior, Royal Artillery 

Robert Davenport Vizard, Major, Manchester Regt. 23 Apr. 81 
Stuart Peter Rolt, Major, York & Lancaster Regt 
Henry Broadmead, Major, Essex Regiment (44 F.)22 Jan. 8 
William Bernard Hickie, Major, Royal Fusiliers... 

p.s.c. Guy Percy Wyndham, Lt.Col. 16 Lancers 

Thomas Francis Bruce Renny-Tailyour, Major, ) 

Royal Engineers $ 

Tnrville D. Foster, MVO. Major, Army Service \ 
Corps ) 



78 27 July 86 
Si 6 Dec. 85 

78 8 Sept. 36 

79 1 July 87 
79 14 Nov. 85 

7820 Dec. 86 1 

78 28 Apr. 87 

78 11 May 89 

79 10 Aug. 87 

77 24 Dec. 84 
8028 Aug. 86 

78 19 Mar. 89 
86 6 Nov. 95 

79 2i Sept.87 

79 1 Dec. 87! 

79) 1 Oct. 87 
86j 1 Apr. S3 
Si 13 Nov. 86 
81 8 May 89 
8:'r7 Dec. 87 
85:19 July 93 
80,17 Aug. 83 
8°J 17 June 89 
• 79, 25 Jan. 88 
86! 1 Apr 94 
8c 1 12 Sept. 88 
83, 5 Dec. 89 

10 May 82 3 Apr. 89 



7 Sept. 96,29 Nov. 00 
9 Sept. 9629 N iv. 00 



18 Dec. 

13 June 
6 Oct. 
26 May 
18 Dec. 

5 Aug. 

6 Apt . 

30 July 

30 July 
18 Feb. 

1 July 
12 Feb. 

1 July 

4 Nov. 
:g May 

1 Feb. 
!i Sept 
15 Aug, 

9 May 

5 Dec. 



30 Sepi.96 29 

30 Sept. 96 29 

11 Nov. 96 29 

9 Dec. 96 29 

21 Dec. 96 29 
10 Jan. 97 29 

13 Jan. 97 29 
18 Jan. 97 29 

14 Feb. 97 29 
24 Mar. 97 29 

8 May 97 79 
t8 May 97 29 

3 July 97 29 
13 July 97I29 
20 Nov. 97I29 
23 Nov. 97^9 

22 Deo. 97.29 
1 Jan. 98 29 

12 Jan. 9SI29 

23 Feb. 9SI29 
8 Mar. 9'' 29 

24 dar. 98129 
28 Mar. 98:29 

31 Mar. 98,29 
1 Apr. 981 29 

16 Apr. 9SI29 Nov. 00 



17 Apr. 80 
rgFeb. 81 



1 July 
1 5 Mar. 
19 May 

1 July 
29 Apr. 

2 Oct. 
1 July 

1 July 

13 Mar. 

25 Aug. 

10 Feb. 

3 Dec. 
i July 
9 Sept. 
9 Aug. 

27 July 



81 13 July 87 
92 11 May 98 
8o' 2 2 Oct. 88 
81(29 June 87 
85 i Apr. 95 
8o', 4 May 87 
81 21 Feb. 88 

8J129 June 91 
80U4 June 87 
83 26 Feb. 90 

92 26 July 97 
9°; 28 July 97 
81 1 6 Dec. 89 
82' 26 Oct. 92 

93 6 Dec. 9S 

80 1 Apr. 89 
1 July 81 22 Jan. 9c 



7 Nov. 03' 8 Aug. 



6 Feb. 84 

23 Feb. 8 1 
1 July 81 

1 July 81 

27 July 80 
23 Feb. Si 
23 Feb. 81 
23 Feb. 81 

6 Feb. 84 

25 June 81 
10 May 82 

22 Feb. 82 

26 July 81 

28 Jan. 82 
1 Apr. 90 

5 Dec. 83 
1 July 81 
1 Oct. 82 

6 Feb. 84 

1 Oct. 82 

:5 Feb. 84 
1 July 81 

30 Jan. 84 
1 July Si 

7 Feb. 85 

23 Aug. 84 

14 Feb. 83 



13 July 

31 July 
6 Mar. 

1 Aug. 

1 Nov. 

14 Sept 

17 Dec. 

1 Oct. 

23 Jan. 

iS Oct. 

24 May 

2 July 
10 Mar. 

14 Aug. 
8 Apr. 

23 May 

15 Nov. 

15 Jan. 

1 Feb. 

16 Feb. 
10 Jan. 
10 Apr. 
28 Apr. 

6 July 

18 Nov. 
10 Sept. 



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12 May 98129 
18 May 98 29 
18 May 98 29 
20 May 98 1 29 

5 June 98 29 
23 J ul Y 98129 

7 Sept. 9S 

18 Septus 

16 Nov. 98 

16 Nov. 98129 
16 Nov. 98129 
16 Nov. 981 29 

6 Dec. 98,29 

7 Dec. yS 29 



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31 Dec. 98 29 Nov. 00 
11 Jan. 99 29 Nov. 00 



28 Jan. 99 



29 Nov. 00 



1 Feb. 99:29 Nov. 00 

Nov. 
Nov. 00 

Nov. 



17 Mar. 
20 Mar. 



99 29 
99 2 9 ■ 



:g Mar. 

1 Apr. 

9 Apr. 
:S May 
25 May 

91 27 May 99J29 Nov. 00 

, 14 June 
93 24 June 



• 99 2 9 ■ 
99 29 
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99.29 
99|29 



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91 1 1 Jan. 

9°i 6 Jan. 

9 1 
93 
89 
90 
87 
92 
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95 29 
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99; 29 
99 j 29 
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Nov. 00 
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13 Aug. 91 



6 Jan. 
13 Feb. 
17 Feb. 
21 Feb. 
23 Feb. 
17 Mar. 

1 Apr. 



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i Apr. 00J29 Nov. 00 



25 Aug. 86 18 May 92 1 Apr. 00 29 Nov. 00 



51-52 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



George Lewis Holdsworth, Major, 7 Hussars 

Henry Bathurst Vaughan, Major, Indian Army ... 
John Trelawny Sterling, Major, Coldstream Gds.... 

Geo. Arthur Cookson, Lt. Col one!, Indian Army 

Mainwaring George Jacson, Major, Devon Regi- ~) 

ment ) 

Francis John De Gex, Major, West Riding Regt.... 
Edmund Augustus Waller, Lt.Col. R. Engineers... 
Alfred Law Sinclair, DSO. Lt.Col. Indian Army ... 

Geoffrey Morehead Porter, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 

John William Parker, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Christopher G. F. Fagan, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

William St. John Richardson, Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Hy. J. Walker Jerome, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 

Arthur George Burn, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Edw. A. Moulton-Barretfc, CMG. Lt.Col. Ordnance / 

Department J 

Chas. Grant., 123 Lt.Col. h.p. Argyll & Sutherland j 

Highlanders S 

Harold George De Pledge, Major, 19 Hussars 

Richard Godfrey Jones, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Henry Allan B.Boulderson, Lt.Col. Indian Army ... 
Edw.C. Mortimer Lushington.Zr.CW. Indian Army 
p.s.c. John R. F. Sladen, Major, East Yorkshire I 

Regiment / 

l T 8t Charles John Melliss, Indian Army 

Ernest J. G. Boyce, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

George P. M. Prichard, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Herbert Lawson, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Herbert F. S. Ramsden, Lt. Col. Indian Army 

Charles Reginald Phillips, Lt.Col. Indian Army ... 
George Augustus Williams, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

John Francis Wilson, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Alexander E. P. Burn, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

p.f.c Wm. Inglefield Eastman, Lt. Col. R. Marine ( 

Artillery ) 

Harland FitzLyddon Farrant, Lt.Col. Indian Armv 
Edw.C. I. Williams, DSO. Lt.Col. Worcester Regt. 

Edward Bell, Major, Worcester Regiment 

John Stannus Peliy, DSO. Lt.Col.BoFi. Regiment ) 

(34 F.) S 

p.s.c. Archibald J. Chapman, Major, R. Dublin Fus. 

Charles Edward Peirse, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Eric John Eagles Swayne, Major, Indian Army .. 

John George Downing, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Raymond Crawford, Lt. Col. Army Ordnance Dept 

Robert Lewis Haines, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

FCWalter Norris Congreve.lTr0.iU"u/or,Rifle Brig. 
Charles Blair Mayne, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
Walter Andrew Gale, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
Walter Francis Hawkins, CMG. Lt.Col. R. Enj_ 
Louis Charles Jackson, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 

Ernest Theodore Paul, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Henry de Beauvoir de Lisle, Major, 1 Dragoons 

p.s.c. Finlay Cochrane Beatson, CB.Lt. Col. Wilts. ) 

Regiment S 

Knightley Stalker Dunsterville. Lt.Col. Royal Art. 

Arthuv Tracey, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Henry Octavius Piers, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Chas. F. St. Clair Anstruther-Thomson, DSO.} 

Lt. Colonel 2 Life Guards / 

Ralph Pudsay Littledale, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
Cyril Venn Wilton Williamson, Lt.Col. Ind. Army 

Robert Baillie, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Henry Mallaby Abud, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Walter Quentin, Lt. Col. Indian Army 

Robert Arthur Browne, Captain, Border R. (55 F.) 
Charles Gisborne Brittan, Lt.Col. Royal Marines 
Attiwell Henry Wood, Lt.Col. Connaught Rangers 
p.t.e. Chas. Delme-Radcliffe, 122 M TO. Lt.Col. h.p. ( 

from Major Connaught Rangers ) 

Arthur H. J. Doyle, Lt.Col. Shropshire Light Inf. 
Ernest Henry Rivett-Carnac, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Frank Gun Delamain, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Edward Rawdon Penrose, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

I'iH Percival Scrope Marling, CB. Lt.Col. 18 Hues. 
Archibald Cyril Cubitt, Lt. Col. Suffolk Regiment 
William Vieris Dickinson, Lt.Col. Welsh Regiment 
Montagu Creighton Curry, DSO. Lt.Col. Line. Regt. 
Alexander Vaughan Payne, Lt.Col. Wiltshire Regt. 
Charles MannoirSumner,££.CW.S. Lancashire Regt. 
Richd. Joseph Norris, DSO. Lt.Col. ,W est India Regt. 
Hugo Montgomery-Campbell, Lt.Col. Royal Art. ... 
Archibald Jas. Erskine, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps 
Hy. Huntly Leith Malcolm, DSO. Lt.Col. Cameron | 

Highlanders / 

John Rawdon Hodge Oldfield.Zrf. Col. Roy. Marines 

John Robert Sandwith, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Fredk. John Brown, CB. Lt.Col. Essex Regt 

John Forster Manifold, CMG. Lt.Col. Royal Art. ... 
Joseph Scott Gowrie Manera, Lt.Col. Indian Army 



COENET, 
2nd LIEUT, 

OrBNSIQN, 



17 Apr. 



11 Sept. 80 
11 Aug. So 



n Aug. 80 



14 Jan. 80 



23 Aug. 

4 May 
31 Jan. 

1 July 

1 July 

9 Sept. 
2 Apr. 

2 Dec. 
11 Sept, 
11 Feb. 
11 Feb. 
11 Feb. 
11 Sept, 
10 Mar. 

1 July 



6 Feb. 

7 Apr. 
; 1 July 

11 Sept 

1 Oct. 

17 Oct. 

8 Jan. 

2 Dec. 
8 Jan. 

11 Feb. 
11 Feb. 
11 Feb. 
8 Jan. 
to Mar. 

13 Jan. 



91 j 7 Apr. 00 
91 17 Apr. 00 
96 10 July 00 
,91 11 Sept. 00 

8622 Nov. 00 

88 30 Nov. 00 
85 13 Nov. 92 
85 ' 5 Dec. 94 

85 14 July 03 

86 11 Feb. 95 
86 11 Feb. 95 
86 11 Feb. 95 1 
85; 1 Aug. 93 1 
86 10 Mar. 95 

92! 1 Apr. 96 



LIEUT. 
COLONEL. 



29 Nov. 00 
29 Nov. 00 
29 Nov. 00 
29 Nov. 00 

29 Nov. 00 

1 Dec. — 
5 Dec. 00 
5 Dec. 

31 Dec. 

11 Feb. 

11 Feb. 

11 Feb. 

13 Feb. 

10 Mar. 

1 Apr. o 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAY, 



■3 Apr. 
14 Jan. 



14 Jan. 8c 



30 Jan. 7S 



i Aug. 80 



9 Aug. 73(14 Jan. 84; 2 Aug. 93 I3 Apr. o 

2 Aug. 82 11 June 90! 5 June 01, 6 June o 
13 June 75 13 June 86; 13 June 95 13 Juneo 
13 June 75,13 June 86 13 June 95 ji, Juneo: 
27 June 75,27 June 86 27 June 95 

1 July 81 6 Sept.88 11 Oct. 99 

9 Sept. 82 9 Sept. 93 10 July 01 
17 Aug. 74' 17 Aug. 85 21 May 94 
9 Aug. 75 1 9Aug.86| 9 Aug. 95 
12 Aug. 75I12 Aug. 36 12 Aug. 95 
10 Sept. 75 10 Sept. 86 j 1 July 87 
10 Sept. 75 10 Sept. 86 10 Sept.95 
10 Sept. 75(10 Sept.86'10 Sept.95 
ro Sept. 86 10 Sept.95 
21 Sept.86 21 Sept.95 

8 Jan. 85: 1 Oct. 94 

1 Oct. 86! 1 Oct. 95 

1 Nov. 92 1 16 Nov. 98 

13 June 92 16 Oct. 01 

1 July 85 1 July 95 

23 Aug. 92126 Oct. 01 
13 Nov. 86:13 Nov. 95 
10 Mar. 94,10 July 01 
20 Nov. 86J20 Nov. 95 

2 May 07,30 Nov. 96 
1 Jan. 84 '23 Mar. 92 
6 Dec. Q3 : '2i Dec. 01 

28 Jan. 86J/0 Dec. 94 
28 Jan. 86:17 Dec. 94 
19 Aug. 86 20 Dec. 94 

9 Aug. 86.24 Jan. 95 
1 Jan. 87 1 Jan. 96 
1 Oct. 91 1 Jan 



:o Sept.75 
21 Sept.75 

1 Oct. 97 

1 Oct. 75 

1 July 81 

28 Apr. 86 

6 Mar. So 

14 May 84 
13 Nov. 75 

10 Mar. S3 
20 Nov. 75 

18 June 81 
28 Jan. 75 

7 Feb. 85 
28 Jan. 75 
28 Jan. 75 
:g Aug. 75 

19 Aug. 75 
1 Jan. 76 

to Mar. 83 

12 Nov. 73 
19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 

13 June 74 

19 Aug. 75 
27 Jan. 76 
27 Jan. 76 
27 Jan. 76 
27 Jan. 76 
23 Aug. 84 

1 Sept.78 

2 Dec. 74 

6 Feb. 84 

9 July 80 
2 Feb. 76 
12 Feb. 76 
12 Feb. 76 
1 July 81 

11 Sept. 76 

12 Feb. 76 
25 July 78 



3 Oct, 

30 Jan. 78J 1 Feb. 79 
1 May 
9 Feb. 



2 Jan. 79 



28 May 79 
1 Dec. So 

14 Aug. 76 
11 Sept. 77 

29 Sept. 80 
1 Sept.78 



11 Mar. 81 

9 Jan. 84 
16 Jan. 84 
31 May 84 

12 Jan. 85 

19 Aug. 86 
27 Jan. 87 



11 Oct. 93 

12 May 92 

12 May 92 

13 May 92 

12 Jan. 95 

i Mar. 95 
7 Jan. 96 



27 Jan. 87J27 Jan. 96 
27 Jan. 87I27 Jan. 96 
27 Jan. 87J27 Jan. 96 
31 Mar. 94,28 Aug. 95 
5 Nov. 86 j 17 July 95 
16 Sept.82 r July 91 

12 Feb. 90 8 Feb. 02! 9 Feb. 02 

21 June 85119 Aug. 97 11 Feb. 02 



27 June o 
3 July o 

11 July o 

6 Aug. o 
9 Aug. o 

12 Aug.o 
10 Sept.o 
10 Sept.o 
10 Sept.o 
10 Sept.o 
21 Sept.o 

1 Oct. o 

1 Oct. o 

12 Oct. o 

17 Oct. o 

20 Oct. o 

27 Oct. o 

13 Nov. o 

18 Nov.o 

20 Nov. o 

30 Nov. o 

21 Dec. o 

22 Dec. o 

31 Dec. o 
31 Dec. o 
31 Dec. o 
31 Dec. o 

1 Jan. 02 

2 Jan. 02 

7 Jan 

10 Jan 
Jan 
10 Jan. 02 

12 Jan 

18 Jan 
27 Jan. 02 
27 Jan. 02 
27 Jan. 02 
27 Jan. 02 

29 Jan. 02 

30 Jan. 02 

8 Feb. 02 



Feb. 87 12 Feb. 96 12 Feb. 02 
12 Feb. 87 12 Feb. 96! 12 Feb. 02 
12 Feb. 87 12 Feb. 96J12 leb. 02 
22 Dec. 86 12 Aug. 96 19 Feb. 02 
1 Dec. 84 10 Apr. 94(24 Feb. 02 
1 Jan. 83 28 Dec. 92 9 Mar. 02 
5 Oct. 85 24 Mar. 97 11 Mar. 02 
7 Jan. 88 19 Mar. 98 19 Mar. 02 
3 Nov. 85 7 Nov. 94^7 Mar. 02 
29 Jan. 88 1 Apr. 94 28 Mar. 02 



18 Mar. 85 24 Feb. 94 
1 Jan. 84 1 Apr. 94 



1 Apr. 02 
1 Apr. 02 

3 Apr. 02 

23 Apr. 02 



24 Aug. 85 3 Apr. 97 

^ Nov. 86 ! 8 Sept.95 -j 
28 Apr. 76J23 Apr. 87 28 Apr. 96 28 Apr. 02 
10 Sept.75 16 Aug. 82 29 Apr. 9i;i6 May 02 
25 Jan. 77^2 May 85I 8 Dec. 9418 May 02 
22 May 76 22 May 87,22 May 96 22 May 02 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



53 



COBKE1. 

2nd LIEUT. 
OrENSIGJf. 



Michael Joseph Tighe, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Alexander Gordon Duff, Lt.Col. Black Watch 

p.s.c. CoBmo Huntly Gcrdon,U9 Major, h.p. The) 

Buffs, D.A.A.G. Barbadoes j 

Charles Ernest Commeline, Lt.Col. R. Engineers ... 
Philip Palmes, CB. Lt.Col. North Lancashire Regt. 

George Hastings Bittlcston, Lt.Col. Royal Art 

Richard Harman, DSO. Captain, Indian Army 

Arthur Fountaine Hogge, CB. Lt.Col. Indian Army 
p.s.c. Norman Bruce Inglefield, DSO. Lt.Col. \ 

Royal Artillery / 

Spencer Godfrey Bird, Lt.Col. Dublin Fusiliers ... 
Steuart Bogle Smith, CB. Lt.Col. i Dragoon Guards 
Charles Richard Hugh Hardy, Lt.Col. Cheshire) 

Regt i 

Spring Robert Rice, Lt. Colonel, Royal Engineers... 
Ernest Augustus Frederio Carter, Lt.Colonel\ 

Lancaster Regiment ) 

Coventry Williams, Lt.Col. 2 Dragoons 

p.s.c. Harry Chance, Major, Royal Artillery 

Stanley Brentcn Von Dunop, Major, Royal Art. ... 
p.s.c. Archibald Paris, Major, Royal Marine Art.... 
Sidney Seldon Long, Major, Army Service Corps... 

John Philip Du Cane, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis John Ryder, Major, 3 Dragoon Guards 

p.i.c. Wm. Arth. Murray Thompson, Major, R.Art. 
Henry Peregrine Leader, Major, 6 Dragoon Guards 

Frederick Thwaites Lund, Major, 9 Lancers 

William Raine Marshall, JWa/or.Nottinghamshire ) 

and Derbyshire Regiment I 

Charles James Briggs, Major, 6 Dragoons 

Edward Stanislaus Bulfin, Major, Royal Welsh Fus. 
William Riddell Birdvvood, Major, Indian Army . 
Walter Dermott Holland, Major, Worcester Regt ... 

James Henry Cowan, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Hon. John Townshend St. Aubyn, L1.Colonel\ 

Grenadier Guards, Commanding Regimental Dist. ;• 

8 Nov. 04 J 

George Fredk. Ottley.i'^i DSO. Major, h.p. York- ) 

shire Light Infantry } 

Richard Francis M'Crea, Major, Royal Artillery ... 
p.s.c. James Aylmer Lowthrop Haldane, DSO. ) 

Major, Gordon Highlanders ) 

Charies James Vines, Lt.Col. Gloucestershire Reg. 
Francis George Bond, CB. Lt.Col. R. Engineers ... 

William Charles Pollard, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Tyrell O. W. Champion de Crespigny, 130 Cr.CoJ. ) 

h.p. 15 Hussars j 

p.s.c. Henry Hamilton Smythe, Lt.Col. Royal Scots ) 

Fusiliers (21 F.) ) 

Edmund Gustavus Nicolls, Lt. Colonel, Royal Art. ... 
Reginald Salmond Curtis, DSO. Major, Royal Eng. 
Atherton Edward Jenkins, Lt. Colonel, Rifle Brigade 
p.s.c. Charles Newcomen Watts, Lt. Col. Sherwood t 

Foresters ( 

Chas. Wm. Thompson, DSO. Lt.Col. j Dragoon Gds. 
p.s.c. Henry Gwynn Deane Shute, DSO. Lt.Col. ) 

Coldstream Guards j 

Hervey Sandby Mayhew, Major, Border Regiment 
Lionel Edmund Lushington, Major, Dorset Regt... 
Charles Tyrwhitt Dawkins, Major, Shropshire) 

Light Infantry j 

Richard Charles Clement Cox, Lt. Col. Inniskilling ) 

Fusiliers (108 F.) j 

Duncan Alwyn Macfarlane, DSO. Major, King's) 

Own Scottish Borderers J 

Percy John Caton Livingston , Major,Roy&\ Hghldrs. 
Arthur Bruce Dunsterville, Major, East Surrey ) 

Regiment (31 F.) ) 

William John Chesshyre Butler, Lt.Col. 5 I 

Dragoon Guards / 

Herbert Rhys Lloyd, Major, Royal Sussex Regt.... 
p.s.c. Hugh Gregory Fitton, DSO. Major, West ) 

Kent Regiment j 

p.s c. Robert Arundel Kerr Montgomery, DSO. I 

Major, Royal Artillery j 

Godfrey Massy Vere Hunt, Major, Army Ser. Corps 
Thursby Hy. Ernest Dauncey, 120 Lt. Colonel, h.p. ) 

6 Dragoons j 

George John Ellicombe, Major, Devonshire Regi- ) 

ment (11 F.) > 

Percy Henry Sloe, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Hon. Frederick Gordon, DSO. Major, Gor-) 

don Highlanders j 

Jonas Hamilton Du Boulay Travers, Major, South ) 

Wales Borderers j 

John Emerson Wharton Headlam, DSO. Maior, ~) 

Royal Artillery j 

Wm. Albert Willmott, Major, Northumberland Fus. 
Robert Fanshawe, DSO. Major, Oxford Light Inf.... 
Frederic Hamilton Chapman, Major, Duke of) 

Cornwall's Light Infantry j 



11 May 75 



11 May 78 



May 
l Jan. 



> Jan. 

■Aug. 



19 Oct. 78 
1 7 Apr. 80 



15 Aug. 83 
28 Apr. 75 

28 Feb. 74 
19 Aug. 75 

21 Sept.75 

[9 Aug. 75 
!5 Aug. 86 

14 Apr. 80 

'9 Aug. 75 
s8 Feb. 74 
:8 Jan. 82 

6 Aug. 79 
9 Oct. 77 
>o Mar. 80 
1 July 81 
jo Julv 70 
[8 Feb. 80 

1 Sept.79 
30 Jan. 84 

15 Feb. 84 
17 Sept. 91 

29 Apr. 85 

2 Sept. 85 
15 Feb. 88 

30 Jan. 86 

30 Jan. 86 
12 Nov. 84 

9 May ? 5 
25 Nov. 85 

2 Feb. 76 

1 July 81 



30 Jan. 78 

2 July 79 
1 May 78 



Jan. 
Aug. 79 



30 Sept.So 

23 Oct. 80 
13 Aug. 79 

1 May 78 
21 June 79 



! Jan. 79 
. Jan. 8c 

i Feb. 87 
1 Aug. 78 



r June 79 
: Oct. 79 



: Jan. 81 
1 Jan. 81 



Nov. 

5 Jan. 

9 Sept 

22 June 
2 Feb. 
14 Aug, 

1 July 



80 



9 Oct. 
28 July 
12 Mar. 

1 Jan. 

28 Jan. 

1 July 

1 July 
i July 

1 July 

8 Dec. 

6 May 
jo July 

28 Feb. 

8 May 
1 July 
6 Feb. 

23 Feb. 

29 Sept 
20 Sept, 

July 

26 July 

1 July 

1 July 

28 July 

25 Aug. 

25 Aug. 

6 Feb. 



CAPTAIK. MAJOR 



25 Aug. 
4 Dec. 

19 Mar. 

19 Aug. 

23 May 
18 Mar. 
25 Aug. 
ii May 
27 Aug. 

_2 Mar. 
17 Feb. 

6 Sept. 
1 Apr. 

ti Aug. 

24 Nov. 
1 Oct. 
1 Apr. 

7 May 
23 May 

4 Mar. 
3 Apr. 
1 Apr. 
9 Dec. 
[i May 

13 Jan. 

1 Mar. 
30 Jan. 

9 May 
to June 

2 Feb. 



Oit. 99 23 
Aug. 92 24 

82 21 Jan. 01 



94 4 
85 3 



86 29 
82 19 
8423 
97 26 



84 1 
81)21 

92 14 

85 14 
9 

86 16 

86 25 
87 ! i8 
88 9 
90 18 
90 1 

93 «4 
9S, 7 

95 29 

94 1 J 

92 29 

93; 2 9 

93 2 9 

95 1 29 

96 29 

92! 1 

87 29 



Mar. 95 
June 95 
May 92 
Aug. 97 

May 98 

Oct. 92 
May 92 
June 98 

May 95 

May 96 26 

Sept.96 26 

Apr. 97 26 
June 97 26 
Oct. 97 26 
Aug. 98 26 
Apr. 99 26 
Feb. 00 26 
Apr. 00 26 
June 00 26 
July 00 26 
Nov. 00 26 

Nov. 00 26 

Nov. 00 26 
Nov. 00 2_ 
Nov. 00 26 
May 01 26 
Mar. 95 



LIBUT. 
COLONKL. 



WHEN- 
PLACED OK 
HALF PAT. 



i July 90 2 July 90 



!4 Oct. 85 
77 3 Aug. 85 j 
82 8 Apr. 92 

80 26 June 85 
76 2 Feb. 87 
76 14 Aug. 87 

81 24 Aug. "" 



8 June 98 
1 Feb. 95 
>3 July 

1 July 95 
29 Mar. 95 
14 Aug. 96 
1 1 Mar. 96 



77 5 Feb. 86 1 
83 31 Dec. 91 
1 Mar. "" 



17 July 80 3 Jan. 86| 1 July 9 

25 Jan. 96 
25 Mar. 96 

i Sept.96 

21 Oct. 96 
21 Mar. 97 

19 May 97 

20 Oct. 97 
19 Nov. 97 
23 Mar. 98 



81 4 June 85 

82 9 Mar. 87 

81 27 Jan. 91 

81 15 May 89' 
81 21 Nov. 87 

81 13 Sept. 86 
80 7 May 87 

1 Jan. 88 

li 21 Apr. 87 

19 Oct. 87 

28 Aug. 95 

31 Dec. 86 

May 93 

1 July 89 
,8o 20 June 85 

84 26 Oct. 92 



1 25 



Sept. 86 

1 Jan. 90 

1 Nov. 90 

Feb. 89 



13 Apr. 98 

20 May 93 
24 May 98 
2 Nov. 98 

2 Nov. 98 
8 Nov. 98 
16 Nov. 98 

1 Mar. 99 

1 Apr. 99 

2 Aug. 99 



99 



83 23 Mar 92 

S3 23 May 92 

83 15 Apr. 92 

84 23 May 90 



9 Oct. 
9 Oct. 99 
22 Oct. 99 

!9 Nov. 99 

13 Feb. 00 

17 Feb. 00 
2 Sept. 00 

8 Sept. 00 



May 02 
May 02 

May o; 

June 
June 
June 02 
June 02 
June 02 

June 02 

Junec 
Junec 

Junec 

June 02 

June 02 

June 02 
June 02 
June 
June 
June 
June 02 
June 02 
June 02 
June 02 
June 02 

June 02 

Juneo2 
June 02 
June 02 
June 02 
July 02 

6 July 02 



19 July 02 

21 July 02 

24 July 02 

25 July o.: 
27 July 02 
14 Aug. 02 

17 Aug. 02 IO 

22 Aug. 

22 Aug. 02 
22 Aug. 2 
22 Aug. o 

22 Aug. o 

22 Aug. n 

22 Aug. O 

22 Atlg. 02 
22 Allg, 

22 Allg. 02 

22 Aug 

22 Allg 
22 AUg 
22 AUg. 02 

!2 Allg. 02 

12 Aug, 02 

22 Aug. 02 

22 Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 

Aug. 02 
Aug, 02 
Aug. 02 

Aug. 02 

Aug. 02 

Aug. 02 
Aug. 02 

Aug. 02 



OC 



2 July 04 



54 



lieutenant Colonels. 



I CORNET, 
!2ndLIKCT. 
OTENSIGN. 



Harry Nicholl Byass, Ma/or, York&LancasterRegt. 
p.s.c. George Francis Milne. DSO. Major, R. Art. ... 
Arthur George Glanvillc, Major, Royal Art'llery ... 
Sydney Turing Barlow Lawford, Major, Royal Fus. 

Edgar Askin Wiggin, Major, 13 Hussars ... 

George Henry Fowke, Major, Royal Engineers I 

p.s.c. Henry Richmond Gale, Major, Royal Erig i 

Herbert Colborne Nanton, Captain, Roy. Engineers' 
p.s.c. Geo. Macaulay Kirkpatrick, Captain, R. Erig. 
George White Lewis, Major, Worcestershire Regt. 
Henry Gerard H. Kennard, Major, 5 Dragoon Gds. 
p.s c. William Gocrge Massy, Lt.Col. Roy. Artillery 
Graham Cludde Herbert, Lt.Col. Royal Fusiliers ... 
Henry Richard Win. Lumsden.ir.CW. Indian Army 
William Knox Downes, DSO. Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Albert Edmond Leslie, Lt.Col. Indian Army | 

John Alfred Wyllie, Lt.Col. Indian Army | 

Henry Espine Monck-Mascn, Lt.Col. Indian Army | 
Gervase Francis Newport TinIey,£/.CW.Ind. Army- 
Frederick Bernard Deane, Zr. Col. Indian Army 1 

Charles Walter Harris, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Newdigate Addington Knightle3" Burne, Lt.Col. \ ■ 

Indian Army J j 

Richard Cranley Onslow, Lt. CV. Indian Army < 

George Bowring. Lt Col. Indian Army | 

George Herbert Watson, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

George Edward Hyde Gates, Lt.Col, Indian Army 
Felix Frederic Hill, DSO. Lt.Col. Royal Irish Fus... 
Robert Douglas Longe, Lt.Col. Middlesex Regt. ... 

Arthur Campbell Yate, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Heury Denne Robson, Lt.Col. West Surrey Regi- > 

ment (2 F.) J 

Harvey Frederic Mercer, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 
p.s.c. George Francis Leverson, Lt.Col. Royal Eng. 
Frederick Gilbert Bowles, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Francis Bacon Longe, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

William Harry Turton, DSO. Lt.Col. Royal Eng. ... 
Arthur Granville Tatham, L7.CoZo«e?,R.MarineArt. 
Jaines Hutchinson S wanton, Lt. Col. Royal Marines 

Joseph Hume Balfour, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Algernon Henry Wilmer, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

George William Maxwell, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Francis Alexander Fortescue, Lt.Col. King's") 

Royal Rifles (60 F.) i 

Felton Amber, Lt.Col. Lancashire Fusiliers (20 F.) 
Henry Blosse Lynch, Lt.Col. Dorsetshire Regi-) ' 

ment (54 F ) J 

George Pieydell-Bouverie, Lt.Col. Coldstream Gds.; 19 
Robert Gordon Gordon-Gilmour, CB. DSO. Lt.Col. \ 

Grenadier Guards S \ 5 

Herbert John Jas. Middleton, Lt. Col. Indian Army 
John Dutton Hopton, Lt.Col. (from Major, High- ] ! 

land Light Infantry) 5\ i 

Denis Carey, Lt.Col. East Lancashire Regt. (30 F.) 1 
Thomas de la Haye Brotherton, Lt.Col. Royal Eng. I 
Charles Warren Napier - Clavering, Lt.Col.) 

Somersetshire Light Infantry ) 

Edmund RlchardScott, Lt.Col. Leicestershire Regt. 
Gerald Mackay Mackenzie, Lt.Colonel Royal) 

Jnmskilling Fusiliers 5 

George Anderson Carr, Lt.Colonel Royal Engineers 
p.s.c. Francis Gleadowe Stone, Lt.Col. Royal Eng... 

John Francis Craig, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

William Henry Lowry, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Wensly James Hodson Bond, CB. Indian Army ... 
Charles Theodore Becker, Lt.Col. K. O. Scot. Bord. 



Oct. 



7 Feb. 85 
16 Sept.85 
16 Sept. 85 

7 Feb. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
15 Feb. 84 

29 Apr. 85 

30 June 85 



24 Dec. 90 17 Oct. 00 22 Aug. 02 
4 July 95 1 Nov. 00 22 Aug. 02 

2 Dec. 95 14 Nov. 00 22 Aug. 02 

3 Sfpc. 94 21 Nov. 00 22 Aug. 02 
12 Nov. 90 29 Nov. 00 22 Aug. 02 
19 July 92 29 Nov. 00 22 Aug. 02 

4 Apr. 9 4 29 Nov. 00 22 Aug. 02 
7 July 94 29 Nov. co 22 Aug. 02 



LIEUT. 
COLONEL. 



WHBN 
PLACED OW 
HALF PAT. 



30 June 85J12 Dec. 94 29 Nov. 00 22 Aug. 02 
29 Aug. 85 2 Sept. 9/ 15 Dec. 00122 Aug. 02 
90 21 Oct. 91 9 Feb. 98 28 Aug. ot 22 Aug. 02 
23 Jan. 77 1 13 Aug. 85 20 Feb. 95,26 Aug. 02 
11 Feb. 76 24 Sept. 84' 3 Sept. 94 J 3 Sept. 02 
6 Sept.761 6 Sept. 87; 6Sept.96| 6 Sept. 03 
10 Sept. 76 10 Sept. 87 10 Sept. 96110 Sept. 02 
10 Sept. 76^10 Sept. 87 10 Sept. 96 10 Sept 02 
10 Sept. 76 1 10 Sept. 87: 10 Sept. 96 10 Sept 02 
10 Seot.76 10 Sept. 87 10 Sept. 96 10 Sept. 02 
10 Sept. 76,10 Sept. 87(10 Sept. 96! 10 Sept. 02 
10 Sept. 76 to Sept.8710 Sept.96|io Sept. 02 

10 Sept.76110 Sept. 87(10 Sept. 96:10 Sept 02 

11 Sept. 76:11 Sept.87 11 Sept. 96 ii Sept.02 
11 Sept.75'11 Sept.87 IT Sept.96 :i Sept 02 



14 Jan. So 



p.s.c. Richard Boileau Gaisford, CMG. Lt.Col. R. j 



July 
Jan. 

Oct. 
Jan. 

Aug. 
May 

May 
Aug. 



11 Sept. 76 11 Sept.87 rl Sept. 96 
11 Sept. 76^1 Sept.87 !I Sept. 96 
11 Sept. 76 11 Sept.87 1 ii Sept. 96 
13 Apr. 81 25 Jan. 88] 9 Feb. 98 
:i Sent.76J 8 May 8= 9 Jan. 95 
22 Sept.j6 22 Sept.8722 Sept.96 

11 Sept. 78(30 May 87 29 Sept.96 



25 Jan. 77 
2 Feb. 76 

! 2 Feb. 76 

2 Feb. 76 

1 14 iug. 76 

I 1 Oct. 74 

I 1 Feb. 70 
I 6 Oct. 76 

6 Oct. 76 
In Oct. 76 

79 10 Feb. 81 

80 18 May 81 

II Feb. 76 
1 Juiy 81 
1 July 81 

28 Oct. 76 
1 July 81 

7 Aug. 79 
14 Aug. 76 

26 Feb. 80 



13 Aug. 85; 1 Apr. 95 
2 Feb. 87 9 Apr. 05 
2 Feb. 87I14 Apr. 95 
2 Feb. 87(17 Apr. 93 

14 Aug. 87. 2 May 95 
1 Oct. S51 1 Oct. 95 

17 June 88 17 Mar 

6 Oct. 87 

6 Oct. 87 
11 Oct. 87 

1 July 83 



6 Oct. 96 
6 Oct. 96 
11 Oct. 96 

1 July 95 15 Oct. 02 

1 Jan. 8922 June 98 15 Oct. 02 

22 Nov. 84(28 Mar. 94 25 Oct. 02 
25 Apr. 88 3 Apr. 95 28 Oct. 02 

23 July 90 23 Aug. 96,28 Oct. 02 

28 Oct. 87 28 Oct. 96 28 Oct. 02 

22 Nov. 90 4 Nov. 99 ■ 29 Oct. 02 

18 Apr. 85 18 Mar. 95I30 Oct. 02 
14 Aug. 87 f 2 July 95 " 

22 July 86 24 June 96 



11 Sept 02 
11 Sept.02 
11 Sept.02 
14 Sept.02 
18 Sept.02 
22 Sept.02 

22 Sept 02 

1 Oct. 02 

1 Oct. 02 

1 Oct. 02 

1 Oct. 02 

1 Oct. 02 

1 Oct. 02 

2 Oct. 02 
6 Oct. 02 
6 Oct. 02 

it Oct. 02 



i June 75|26 Mar. 84 18 May 9: 



2 Nov. 02 
8 Nov. 02 

11 Nov. 02 

3 Nov. 02 

23 Nov. 02 
25 Nov. 02 



Fus. (from Major, h.p. Royal Scots Fusiliers 

Arthur James Kelly Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Clement Alfred Rigby Browne, Major, Royal Eng. 

Hon. Everard Baring, CVO. Major. 10 Husfars 

p.s.c. Chas. Merewether Ducat, Maj or, Indian Army 

Arthur Robert Dick, Major, Indian Army 

Alf. Woodrow Stanley Wingate, Major, Ind. Army 

Vere Bonamy Fane. Major, Indian Army 

Mountifort John Courtnay Longfield, Major, 2 Life ) 

Guards S 

Francis Sudlow Garratt, DSO. CB. Lt.Col. 6) 

Dragoon Guards i 

Frederick James Gavin, 128 Lt.Col. h.p. Irish Regt.. 
Edward Charles Stanton, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
Charles Taylor Robinson, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery... 
Herbert Alexander Chapman, Lt.Col. Royal Art. ... 
John Win. Babington Meade, Lt.Col. Indian Army, 
Frederick Rennell Thackeray, Lt.Col. Royal Art. ... 
Henry Townsend Butcher, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Arthur Wildman Prior, Lt. Col. North Stafford- I 

shire Regiment / j 

Henry Walter Morrieson, h.p.Lt.Col. Royal Art... 
John Gerald Panton, Lt.Col. Royal Suscex Regt. ... 
Thomas Hutchinson Haughton, Lt. Col. Ind. Army 
Ernest Inglis, Lt.Col. Indian Army 



iJuly8ij 1 Feb. 8826 Apr. 99 

14 Aug. 76 14 Aug. 87 j 2 July 95 
2 Feb. 7620 Nov. 84 6 May 93 -;> «~». ~* 
2 Feb. 76 10 Jan. 85 30 Sept. 93 25 Nov. 02 

29 Nov. 76 20 May 88 29 Nov. 0629 Not. 02 

I30 Nov. 76130 Nov. 87 28 July 90^0 Nov. 02 

I 9 Aug. 73J 1 July 81 30 Dec. 91 j 3 Dec - ° 2 

May 78(14 Sept.So^s Aug. 86112 Nor. 96'M Dec. 02 
14 Aug. 76,14 Aug. 87 . 7 Aug. 95 19 Dec. 02 
6 Apr. 79 1 Apr. 80 1 Oct. 97; 1 Jan. 03 
23 Aug. 84 1 Feb. 90 16 Nov. 98 1 Jan. 03 
81, 1 July 81(22 Jan. 92 22 Jan. 01 



: Jan. 
: Jan. 



: Jan. 



1 um,y 01,2^ uan. y2 22 omi. oil * »«***• «-<-t 

81' 1 July 81(22 Jan. 92 10 July 01 j 1 Jan. 03 



May 
May 



1 U HIJ V. £4 -111 11. U.' 1U U 1*1J Ul *• «.*»». "J 

22 Oct. 81(22 Oct. 92ioJulyoi 1 Jan. 03 

12 Nov. 84112 Nov. 05 12 Nov. 02I 1 Jan. 03 

23 Oct. 8o ! 1 July 81/4 Mar. 88 12 Jan. 991 2 Jan. 031 

I i i 

78 21 July 81 3 Oct. 87 3 Apr. 97^4 Jan. 03 

78 [ 9 July 79J 1 May 84 2 Mar. 92^6 Jan. 03 7 Sept. 04 
14 Aug. 76 24 Aug. 87 i2 Aug. 951 '-7 Jan. 03 
19 June77 12 Jan. 86 28 May 95 19 J an - °3 
19 June 77 ; n Jan. 86 1 Sept.95,19 Jan. 03 
25 Jan. 77 25 Jan. 88 25 Jan. 97(25 Jan. 03 

2 Feb. 76 6 Feb. 85 6 Oct. 93:29 Jan. 03; 
14 Aug, 76 22 Feb. 85 16 Dec. 93 29 Jan. 03 

13 June 75 1 14 Jan. 84 14 Sept.92 6 Mar. 03] 



14 Aug. 76 28 Feb. 85 1 1 Jan. 94 
22 Oct. 81 2 Feb. 91 12 Mar. 00 

1 1 Feb. 77 11 Feb. 88 11 Feb. 97 

12 Feb. 77(12 Feb. 88 12 Feb. 97 



7 Mar. 03 1 25 Jan. 04 
2 Feb. 03 ' 

11 Feb. 03) 

12 Feb. 031 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



54^ 



John H. Stewart Gibb, DSO. Lt.Col. Worcester \ 

Regiment (36 F.) / 

Charles Arthur Andrew Frederick, Lt.Col. Cold- 5 

stream Guards J 

Hugh Harry H.Aspinal!, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Thomas William Powles, Lt. Col. Royal Artillery ... 
Frederick Horniblow, Lt.Col. Army Serv. Corps ... 
Edward H. Seymour, Lt.Col. Army Ord. Dept. ... 
Robert Black Fell, Lt.Col. Scottish Rifles (26 F.) 
V\ illiam John Arnold Beatson, Lt.Colonel R. Art 
Leonard Thales Pease, Lt.Col. Roy. Marine Art. . 
Frederick White, DSO. Lt.Col. Royal Marines .... 
Frederick Manley Glubb, DSO. Lt.Col. R. Eng. . 

John Edmond Gougb, Captain, Rifle Brigade 

George M. Davison, Lt.Col. Durham Lt. Inf.(io6 F.) 
Richard Makdougall Brisbane F. Kelly, Lt.Col. \ 

Royal Artillery j 

Walter Charteri's Ross,l3l CB. Lt. Col. h.p. (from I 

Major, Durham Light Infantry) / 

Frederick Edmond Kent, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery.. 
p.s.c. Ernest St. Clair Pemberton, Lt. Col. Royal) 

Engineers j 

p.s.c. Henry David Laffan, Lt.Col. Roy. Engineers 
Archer Cbve Bolton, Lt.Col. Northamptonshire \ 

Regiment (58 Foot) J 

Louis Augustus Gordon, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Herbert Ring-wood, Lt.Col. East Surrey Regt 

Richard Lionel VValter, Lt.Col. 7 Hussars 

Stanley Paterson, Lt.Col. Argyll and Sutherland j 

Highlanders j 

John Arthur Tanner, DSO. Lt.Col. Royal Eng 

Kenneth Mackenzie Foss, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Alfred Robert Mandeville Sankey, Lt.Col. R. Eng. 
Frank Romilly Reynolds, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Stanley George Drew Smith, Lt.Col. Royal Art 

Charles Henry Luttrell Fahie Wilson, Lt.Col. R. 1 

Artillery f 

Charles Prideaux Triscott, DSO. Lt.Col. Royai Art 

Edward Arthur Fanshawe, Lt.Col. Royal Art 

Felix D. F. MacCarthy, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 
Francis Clements Godley, Lt. Col. Nottinghamshire"* 

and Derbyshire Regt. (95 F.) j 

p.s.c. Fredk. St. Duthus Skinner. Lt Col. R.SussexR. 
George Hay Montgomerie Conran, Lt.Col. East) 

Yorkshire Regiment } 

Frederick Beauchamp Lecky, Lt.Col. Royal Art. ... 

Arthur Cadell Tait Boileau, Lt.Col. Ro.yal Art 

Richard Woodford Deane,Zr\Co7.Lancs.Fus.(2o F.' 

Walter Lambert, Z^.CW.Royal Artillery 

Reynell H. Bay ley Taylor, Lt.Col. Army Ordnance i 

Department j 

Frank Wm. M'Tier Bunny, Lt.Col. Armv Ord. Dept 
Hugh Whitchurch Perry, Lt.Col. Army Ordnance ) 

Department \ 

Alfred Orl'ord , Major. Royal Marine Artillery 

p.s.c. Edward Agar, Lt.Col. Royal Engineer's 

Stephen Francis Biddulph, Lt.Col. Indian Army ... 

E. Devon Caird, Lt.Col. Army Ordnance Dept 

Eden Vansiltart, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Frank Lewis Jones, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Arthur William Forbes, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

George Arthur Welmati, Lt.Col. Indian Army ...... 

Charles Wm. Westijrooke Burton. Lt.Col. Ind'ian A. 
John Maxwell Carpendale, Lt.Col. Indian Army . 

Charles Forbes Blane, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Charles Bell Watkins, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

George Borlase Stevens, Lt.Col. Indian Army ...... 

Cyril Field, Major, Royal Marines 

p.s.c. Richard Cyril Byrne Hnking, 182^. C&Z. (from") 

Major Hampshire Regt.); Deputy Assistant Adj. )■ 

General, Staff College ..J 

Arthur Douglas Meeres, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers... 
Arthur Vaughan Hanning Vaughan-Lee,M«/or, \ 

Royal Horse Guards f 

p.*.r\ Albert E. W. Count Gleichen, 13 * CMO.Cvd. 

DSO. Lt.Col. h.p. (from .May'or.Greiiadier Gds.) 

Knight of Grace of St. John of Jerusalem ; Extra 

Equerry to the Xing 

Reginald Geo. M'QueenM'Leod.DSO. £«. CoZ.Roy.A. 
Arthur Beaumont Helyar, Zr\ Col. Royal Artillery... 
Hy. Benjamin Nay I or Adair, Major, R. Engineers 
Paul Treby Clark, /.r\CW. Oxfordshire Light Infantry 
Herbert Capel Cure, DSO. Lt. Col. Glouces. Regt. ... 
Louis Samuel Hyde Baker, Lt.Col. Indian Army.. 
George Charles Atkinson, Lt.Col. Indian Army ... 
p.s.c. James Eales Caunter, 138 Lt.Col. h.p. (from | 

Major, Lanes. Fus.). ind in Comd; Soy. Mil. Coll. / 
Ernest Alfred C.Gar)nm\,D SO. Lt. Col. Highland L.I 
Ralph Henry Carr-Ellison,' 40 Lt.Col. h.p. (from 

Major, 1 Dragoons) ; Commanding 1 JProvisio 

Regiment of Dragoons 

Robert Geo. Iremonger, Lt.Col. Indian Army 



COENET, 

2nd LIEUT 
OTENSIGJi". 



13 Aug. 79 
30 Mar. 81 



1 Mar. 80 



Sept. 86 
29 July 91 



1 July 8r 

22 Mar. 77(22 Mar. 
14 Aug. 76)13 Mar. 85 
£2 May S3 n Dec. 
<4 Jan. Sc.f 1 July 81.15 Feb 

11 May 78| 2 June8o|i3 Nov. 
19 June 77 11 Jan. 

1 Oct. 75 1 4 Feb. 86 
1 Feb. 79^6 Aug. 
25 Jan. 77,25 Jan. 

12 May 92 6 Dec. 93: 5 Dec. 98 

13 June 75 14 Mar. 

14 Aug. 76 13 Mar. 



LIEUT. 
COLONEL. 



29 Sept.77 



22 Feb. 79 



3 1 Jan. 
9 July 



23 Apr. £1 



IU ±J.A. 

rom~j 
una! > 



'3 Aug. 79 
4 Jan. 80 



16 July 8c 5 Nov. 87 

14 Aug. 76 25 Mar. 85 

25 Jan. 77 25 Jan, 88 

19 June 77 1 Apr. 88 

25 Aug. 80 22 Nov. 84 

14 June 77 14 June 88 
11 Sept. 76 28 Nov. 83 
1 July 81 

1 July 81 



5 Sept.77 
22 Jan. 



28 Jan. 81 



20 Mar. 78 
1 May 78 



30 Jan. 78 



19 June 77 
14 June 77 
19 June 77 
19 June 77 
9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

14 Aug. 76 
31 Jan. 78 
19 June 77 

11 Sept.78 
9 Aug. 82 

12 Feb. 76 

31 Jan. 78 

25 Jan. 77 

1 July 81 

6 Apr. 79 

6 Feb. 8; 

29 Sept. 80 

23 Feb. 81 

1 Sept 76 
9 Oct. 77 

14 Nov. 79 
1 July 81 

10 Sept.77 

10 Sept.77 

11 Sept.77 
11 Sept.77 
11 Sept. 77 
11 Sept. 77 
31 Jan. 78 
31 Jan. 78 
19 Sept.77 

1 Sept. 79 

1 July 81 

9 Oct. 77 

18 July 85 

1 Oct. 81 

31 Jar.. 78 
31 Jan. 78 
9 Oct. 77 
23 July 79 
22 Sept.8o 
28 Oct. 77 
28 Oct. 77 

2 Feb. 81 

1 Nov. 78 

22 Nov. 84 
11 Nov. 77 



15 Dec. 
1 Feb. 86 



85 



1 Apr. ! 

14 June? 
1 Apr. £ 
1 Apr. t 

20 Jan. i 

20 Jan. { 

15 Apr. 
17 Mar. 

1 Apr. 

4 Oct. 

23 Jan. 
1 Oct. 

24 Mar. 8f 

5 Apr. 85 
9 Mar. 90 

21 Sept.87 

1 Aug 

16 Nov, 
1 Oct. 

25 Mar. 86 
1 Apr, 
5 Sept. 88 
1 July 87 

10 Sept. 88 

10 Sept.83 

11 Sept. 88 
11 Sept. 88 
11 Sept. 88 
11 Sept. 88 

8 May 86 
8 May 86 
19 Sept. 88 
24 Nov. 88 

15 Apr. 89 

1 Apr. 88 
1 8 Apr. 94 

21 Sept. 92 



9 Dec. 96 2 Mar. 03 

29 Sept. 98 4 Mar. 03 
22 Mar. 97(22 Mar. 03 
3 Jan. 94 31 Mar. 03 



1 Apr. 97 
1 Apr. 98 
18 Jan. 99 
is Sept.95 
10 Apr. 96 
6 Sept. 96 
12 Aug. 95 



1 Apr. 03 
1 Apr. 03 

3 Apr. 03 

4 Apr. 03 
8 Apr. 03 

11 Apr. 03 
16 Apr. 03 



WHEN 
PLACEDON 
HALF PAT. 



29 Nov. 00,23 Apr. 03 
1 1 Apr. y4 26 Apr. 03 



31 Jan. 94 

31 Oct. 96 

14 Mar. 94 

12 Aug. 95 

12 Aug. 95 

19 Sept.96 

June 97 
11 Apr. 94 



1 May 

7 May 03 
18 May 03 
22 May 03 
26 May 03 

2 June 03 

14 June 03 
2 : June 03 



26 June 95126 June 03 
23 July 94 27 June 03 

1 Oct. 95| 1 July 03 

2 July 97 1 2 July 03 
22 Oct. 95 1 10 July 03 

5 Dec. 95(14 July 03 
7 Dec. 95,14 July 03 
7 Dec. 95 14 July 03 

27 June 94 15 July 03 
5 Mar. 96, 29 July 03 
1 Mar. 96, 1 Aug. 03 

1 Jan. 94 5 Aug. 03 



94 

28 Sept.oi 
[6 May 94 



12 Aug. 03 
15 Aug. 03 



1 Apr. 96 17 Aug. 03 

14 July 94' :8 Aug. 03 
13 July 98122 Aug. 03 

6 June 97(25 Aug. 03 

26 Nov. 98 25 Aug. 03 
i Dec. 98 25 Aug. 03 

15 May 99 25 Aug. 03 
2q Aug. 96 27 Aug. 03 



20 Apr. 96 
5 Sept. 97 
1 Apr. 00 

10 Sept. 97 
o Sept. 97 
i Sept. 97 

ii Sept. 97 

11 Sept. 97 
Sept. 97 

1 1 Apr. 96 
30 May 96 
5 Oct. 92 
24 Sept.96 

24 Mar. 99 

22 July 06 
7 Oct. 99 

23 Oct. 98 



3 July 86 30 July 96 

7 July 86 1 Aug. 96 

July 88 12 Aug. 96 

28 July 86!i6 Mar. 96 



22 Sept.85 

" Oct. 38 

28 Oct. 88 

31 Aug. 87 

24 Jan. 88 

25 Nov. 91 
11 Nov. 88 



4 Sept.95 
28 Oct. 97 
28 Oct. 97 
13 July 98 
13 Nov. 95 

5 July 99 
11 Nov. 97 



1 Sept. 03 
5 Sept.03 
8 Sept.03 
10 Sept.03 

10 Sept.03 

11 Sept.03 
ii Sept.03 
11 Sept.03 

11 Sept.03 

12 Sept.03 
12 Sept.03 
19 Sept.03 
24 Sept.03 

26 Sept.03 

4 Oct. 03 
7 Oct. 03 



4 Oct. 



°3 



19 Oct. 03 

21 Oct. 03 

22 Oct. 03 

23 Oct. 03 
25 Oct. 03 

8 Oct. 03 
8 Oct. 03 

28 Oct. 03 

4 Nov. 03 

4 Nov. 03 

11 Nov. 03 



7 May 03 



4 Oct. 03 



28 Oct. 03 



4 Nov. 03 



54 & 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



Robert Burton Page, Lt.Col. Lancashire Fus.teo P.) 
Charles Ermlius Curll. Lt. Col. South Wales Bords. 
Almond Page Westlake, DSO. Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Wm. C. Henry Mackintosh, Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Arthur H. Morris, CMG. DSO. Major, Royal \ 

Irish Regiment ) 

Maurice W. Palmer Block, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Arthur H. Clark-Kennedy, Lt. Colonel, Ind. Army 
Hon. Henry Edward Maxwell, DSO. Lt. Colonel, I 

Royal Highlanders i 

H.Wright, -DSO. Lt.Col. Gordon Highdrs. (92 P.) 
William Christian Anderson, Lt. Col. It. Artillery.. 
John de Winton Lardner-Clarke, Lt. Col. Royal Art. 
Frederick James Gra?me, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery... 

F. M. H. Marshall, Lt.Col. W. Riding Regt 

William Yolland, Lt.Col. Roj al Engineers 

Henry Martyn Slater, Lt.Col. Boyal Artillery 

Magrath Fogarty Fegen, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 
Alfred Montgomery Mantell, Lt. Col.' Royal Eng. ... 

Frank Graham, Lt.Col. Suffolk Regiment 

p.s.c. Willoughby GarnonsGwatkin, Major, Man-") 

Chester Regiment i 

p.s.c. Lionel Arthur Montagu Stopford, Major, I 

Irish Guards ) 

Robert Eyre Sullivan Tavlor, Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Walter Clare Savile, DSO. Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Everard Thuillier Gastrell, Lt.Col. Indian Army... 
W.Wingfield Verner Pakenham, Lt.Col. Ind. Army 

Albert Edward Whistler,Xt. Col. Indian Army 

Hugh O'Donnell, DSO. Lt.Col. Indian Army 

p.s.c. Ernest Hunter Rodwell, Lt.Col. Indian Army! 

Rulliou Hare Rattray, Lt.Col. Indian Army ,. 

George Burridge Crawley, Lt.Col. Indian Army ... 

Robert Arthur Cole, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

John Burnard Edwards, DSO. Lt. Col. Indian Army 

Arthur Niabett Carr, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

William Fremantle Cahusac, Lt.Col. Indian Army 
p.s.c. Wm. Edwin Bunbury, Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Philip Mainwaring Carnegy, Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Charles Collingwood Townsend, Lt.Col. Royal Art. 
Francis Bevill Read Toms, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Walter Adve,142 Lt.Col. h.p. from Major, Royal "> 

Irish Rifles 5 

p.s.c. John Sutton Edw.Western, Lt.Col. Ind. Army 
Paul Robert Burn-Murdoch, Lt.Col. Royal Eng. 
Robert Scott-Kerr, DSO. Lt.Col. Grenadier Guards 
Edward Algernon D' A.Thomas, Lt. Col. Worcester j 

Regiment j 

Montague B.Gosset Jackson, Lt.Col. Royal Artillerj 

John Davies, Lt. Colonel, Indian Army 

Horatio James Evans, Lt.Col. Liverpool Regt 

William Scott-Moncrieff.Zr.CV. Middlesex Regt. \ 

(77 Foot) ) 

John Henry Abbot Anderson, Lt.Col. Man-) 

Chester Regiment j 

Arthur "William Howard Tripp, Lt.Col. Liverpool ) 

Regiment > 

Edmund John Hollway, Lt.Col. Duke of Corn- ) 

wall's Light Infantry J 

William Graydon Carter, Lt.Col. Essex Regt. (5b F.) 
p.s.c. Nathaniel Walter Barnardiston, Lt.Col. \ 

h. ii. from Major Middlesex Regiment ; Military \ 

Attache at Brussels and The Hague ) 

Charles Curling Melvill, Zf.CW.ManchesterRegt. \ 

(63 Foot) j 

Henry WallaceEdgcombeGeorges, Lt. CW.Ind. Army 
John Antill Moggridge, Lt.Col. South Lancashire \ 

Regiment (82 F.) / 

George Clavell Mansel, DSO. Lt. Colonel, Durham ) 

Light Infantry i 

Henry Gage Morris, Lt.Col. Duke of Cornwall's j 

Light Infantry j 

John Edward Harvey, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Theodore John Warrender Prendergast, Lt.Col. \ 

Royal Engineers * 

p.r.c. William George Hamilton, 14 ' DSO. Lt.Col. \ 

h.p. Norfolk Regiment Staff ) 

Godfrey Williams, Lt. Colonel, Royal Engineers 

Son. Claude Hy. Comeraich Willoughbj', Lt.Col. \ 

9 Lancers / 

Charles John Markham, Lt.Col. King's Royal Rifles 
George William Maunsell, Lt.Col. West Kent Regt. 
George Jocelyn Show, Lt. Colonel, Indian Army ... 
Ralph Anstruther Henderson, Lt. Colonel, h.p. 

(from Ma jor, Manchester Regiment) ; Inspector 

of Military Prisons 

Edward Turner, Lt. Colonel, from Major (District ) 

Officer), Royal Art; Recruiting Stuff Officer, \ 

Woolwich District ) 

William Huskisson, Lt. Colonel, Royal Engineers .. 
Thomas Andrew Cregan, Lt. Col. Royal Engineer; 



COKNET, 

2ndLrEUT. lout. 
orENsrsN. 



r4 Sept.; 



ir May 78 



11 May 78 



22 Oct. _ 

23 Jan. 79 

29 Nov. 77 

30 Nov. 77 

27 Jan. 83 

[9 Aug. 75 
:i Nov. 77 

u Sept.78 

29 Nov. 76 
25 Jan. 77 
14 Aug. 76 
25 Jan. 77 
12 Jan. 81 

9 Oct. 77 
19 June 77 

9 June 77 

31 Jan. 78 
5 Aug. 80 

o May 8 

28 Jan. 82 



23 Jan. 



30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 



782 
78 
78 
78 



30 Jan. 



26 Mar. 
ir Mar. 



16 Feb. 
30 Jan. 

r May 
1 1 May 
n Aug. 



14 Sept.; 
r3 Aug. ; 



78 1 Feb. 
25 Jan. 
22 Mar. 
13 Nov. 

3 Apr. 

2 Apr. 
13 Sept 

1 Jan. 
:g Feb. 

Mar. 

1 Mar. 
17 Mar. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Oct. 

Oct. 



13 Aug. ; 

Aug.! 

30 Jan. ; 



1 1 May 78 



1 1 May 
13 Aug. 



19 Oct. 78 

[2 Feb. 78 
11 Jan. 78 

1 July 81 

8 Sept. 80 

9 Oct. 77 

21 Aug. 78 

25 Feb. 80 

10 Mar. 80 

21 June 79 

1 July 81 

u Sept.76 

10 Sept. 75 

11 Mar. So 

1 July 81 

26 Feb. 78 
4 Oct. 79 

1 July 3i 

1 July 81 
18 Dec. 78 
9 Oct. 77 

23 June 80 
31 Jan. 78 

12 Nov. 84 

27 Sept.82 
7 Aug. 80 
1 Apr. 78 

18 June 81 

19 Sept. 8 = 

31 Jan. 78 
31 Jan. 78 



1 July 

5 Jan. 

29 Nov. 

30 Nov. 

27 Apr. 

25 Apr. 

11 Nov. 
15 May 

9 Mar. 

12 May 

12 May 

13 Aug. 

6 Oct. 
1 July 

7 Nov. 

26 Nov. 
1 July 

iS Mar. 



90,17 
84 9 
88,29 



85 5 
8828 



86; 14 

351 r 5 
8 
3 

86; 30 
13 



17 Jan. 90 



1 Jan. 90 5 Oct. 



79 23 Jan. 

77 6 May 

78 30 Jan. 

78 30 Jan. 

79 30 Jan. 

79 3c Jan. 
jo Jan. 

- 30 Jan. 
3o 30 Jan. 

80 30 Jan. 
80 30 Jan. 
80 30 Jan. 

30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
27 July 
20 Jan. 
26 Jan. 



Oct. 99 
June 93 
Nov. 97 
Nov. 97 

Nov. 03 

Sept. 94 
July 90 

Jan. 95 

Feb. 95 
June 85 
Jan 95 
Apr. 95 
July 97 
Aug. 96 
Apr. 95 
Apr. 95 
Aug. 96 
Dec. 94 



I.rBUT. 
COLONEL 



j WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



21 Nov. 
29 Nov. 

29 Nov. 

30 Nov. 

30 Nov. 

9 Dec. 
11 Dec. 



7 Apr. 00 



„9J23 Jan. 
85:29 Sept 
89 30 Jan. 
89 30 Jan. 
89 30 Jan. 
89I30 Jan. 
89 30 Jan. 
80 '30 Jan. 
89(30 Jan. 
89 30 Jan. 
89 '30 Jan. 

30 Jan. 

30 Jan. 

30 Jan. 

30 Jan. 
7 Dec. 
7 Dec. 



12 Dec. 03 

14 Dec. 

15 Dec. 
15 Dec. 
15 Dec. 
18 Dec. 
21 Dec. 
31 Dec. 

4 Jan. 

5 Jan. 

6 Jan. 



6 Jan. 04 
6 Jan. 04 



86 



98 23 Jan. 
.94 28 Jan. 
98130 Jan. 
98130 Jan. 
98 30 Jan. 
98^0 Jan. 
98 1 30 Jan. 
9? 30 Jan. 
98 30 Jan. 
98(30 Jan. 
98 30 Jan. 
98 30 Jan. 
98 30 Jan. 
98 30 Jan. 
98 30 Jan. 
95 31 Jan. 



95 31 Jan. 



14 Nov. 84 

12 Feb. 89 
1 July 88 
16 Dec. 90 

1 Sept.86 

6 Feb. 36 
16 Feb. 89 
16 Jan. 84 4 Feb. 95 

21 Dec. 85 11 Dee. 95 



2 .Vlar. 93 

T2 Feb. 98 
8 Sept. 96 
19 Sept. 96 

2 Mar. 99 

6 Feb. 96 
16 Feb. 98 



12 Oct. 87 
25 Nov. 88 
7 May 86 
24 Mar. 83 



2 Sept. 97 

4 Feb. 99 

18 Oct. 93 
15 June 85 



21 Dec. 85J10 June 96 



12 Nov. 88 
26 Feb. 89 
23 Apr. 87 

Ci Apr. 89 

14 Nov. 87 
8 Sept.86 
4 Apr. 88 

18 Apr. 85 

10 July 88 

4 Dec. 89 

25 June 90 
2 May 81 

1 Apr. 89 

2 July 88 

2 Sept.91 

14 July 88 
18 July 83 



6 Oct. 99 

26 Feb. 98 

27 Mar. 97 

9 Aug. 99 

8 May 95 
30 Sept.96 

5 Aug. 96 

17 Sept. 95 
16 Sept.99 

9 Jan. 01 

15 Oct. 93 

19 Mar. 94 

1 Apr. 98 

S Apr. 99 

10 Apr. 99 

25 Sept.96 
1 Oct. 96 



Feb. 
12 Feb. 
14 Feb. 
14 Feb. 

14 Feb. 

15 Feb. 

16 Feb. 

17 Feb. 

17 Feb. 
17 Feb. 
17 Feb. 

19 Feb. 

23 Feb. 

24 Feb. 

*4 Feb. 
26 Feb. 
8 Feb. 

29 Feb. 

1 Mar. 
5 Mar. 
8 Mar. 

12 Mar. 

14 Mar. 

15 Mar. 

1 3 Mar. 
21 Mar. 

1 Apr. 



! 



24 Feb. 04 



1 Apr. 04 



1 Apr. 04 



4 Apr. 

5 Apr. 



Lieutenant Coloneh. 



54* 



9 



COENET, 
2Ud LIEUT 
Ol'ENSISN 



30 Jan. 

5 Oct. 

May 
May 
May 

May 

Mav 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
Ma v 
May 
Ma'y 
Mav 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
Jan. 



Montagu Grant Wilkinson, 130 Zt. Colonel, h.p. 
(from Major, King's Own Scottish Borderers) 
Commandant, School of Musketry, S. Africa 

Ifm. Candler Neville, DSO. Lt.Col. Cheshire Eegt. 

Gerald D'Arragon Alexander, Lt.Col. h.p. R. Art. 

Fred. A. Christian Kreyer, Lt.Col. Indian Army... 

David William Purdon, Lt. Colonel, Indian Army... 

Godfrey Beckett Hodgson, Lt.Col. Indian Army ... 

C^lquhonn G. Roche Thackwell, DSO. Lt.Col. > 
Indian Army J 

Henry Samuel Price Davies, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Mark Antony Tuite, Lt. Colonel, Indian Army 

William David Thomson, Lt. Colonel, Indian Army 

James Harry Christie, Lt. Colonel, Indian Army ... 

Philip James Melvill, ht. Colonel, Indian Army 

George Stenart Kerrich, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

John Gunning Hunter, Lt. Colonel, Indian Army ... 

Henry Fras. Kelly Waldron, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Lestock Hamilton Reid, Indian Army 

Charles Fred. Gordon Young, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Julian Henry Young, Lt. Colonel, Indian Army 

Francis Patrick Hutchinson, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Alexander Hugh Dobbs, Lt. Colonel, Indian Army. 

Philip J. Hanham Aplin, DSO. Lt. Colonel, Indian A. 

Henry Templer, Lt. Colonel, Indian Army 

Henry Thomas King, Lt. Colonel, Indisn Army 

George Stewart Ommanney, Lt.Col. Indian Army... 

Henry Parkin, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 

Herbeit Hugh Dobbie, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army ... 

William Barrington Piers, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 

Irton Eardley-Wilmot, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army ... 

Douglas James Proby, Lt.Col. Irish Guards 

Edward Draitt, Lt.Colonel, Royal Engineers 

Oliver Carleton Armstrong, DSO. Lt. Col. Ind. Army. 

Fras. Bernard W. Richardson, Lt. Col. Indian Army 

George Warder Mitchell, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 

David Silvaaus Lewis, Lt.Colonel, Indiin Army ... 

Charles Le Gendre Justice, Lt. Col. Indian Army ... 

Ralph Champneys Broome, Lt.Col. Indian Army ... 

Herbert James, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 

Fras. Geo. Rodney Ostrehan, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Hugh Rose, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 

William Joseph Newell, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army... 

Ernest James Medley, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 

Pe'cy Maxwell Camendale, Lt.Col. Indian Army.. 

Herbert Sidney George Hall, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Montague ErnestO'Donoghue, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Charles Patrick William Pirie, Lt. Col. Indian Army 

Ernest Leonard Wright, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army... 

Wm. R. H. Beresford-Ash, Lt.Col. R. Welsh Fns ... 

Edmund Bullar Anderson, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Alfred Matthews, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Harold Frank Chesney, Lt.Colonel, R03'. Engineers 

Henry John \\ att Brownrigg, Lt.Col. Royal Eng... 

Harry Lynjh Talbot,3/"u/or,Royal Marine Artillery 

Silney Vernon Thornton, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery... 

Wm. Hall Macintosh Stewart, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Gaston Bouverie Unwin, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army... 

Charles Edward Johnson, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 

Harry Benn Borralaile, DSO. Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Donald Chas. Fred. Macintyre, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Ernest W.S. King Maconchy.DSO.ir.CW.Ind. Army 

Geo. Fred. Horace Dillor, CB. Lt.Col. Indian Army 

George Ralph Collier WesLropp, Lt.Col. Ind. Army 14 Sept. 

Alexander Clement O'Donnell.li^.Coi.. Indian Army 5 Oct. 

Robert Southey, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 14 Jan 

George Henry John Moore, Lt.Col. Indian Army ... 22 Jan. 

Walter Eruesi Phillips, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army ... 12 Jan. 

Nowell Sherston Swanson, Lt.Col. Indian Army ... 22 Jan 

Piers Richard Legh.Z? Colonel, Indian Army 22 Jan. 

Charles Irwin Fry, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 22 Jan. 

Frank Herbert Hancock, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 22 Jan. 

Ralph Woodclmrch Sherard, Lt.Col. Indian Army 22 Jan. 

Henry Arthur Merewether, Lt. Vol. Indian Army ... 7 June 

David George Levinge Shaw, Lt.Col. Indian Army 21 June 

George I'atrick Ranken,Zf. Colonel, Indian Army... 13 Aug. 

Wm. Annesley Burton Dennys, Lt.Col. Ind. Army 13 Aug. 

William Hugh Dobbie, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army ... 13 Aug. 

Thomas Hall Plumer, Lt.Col. Indian Army 13 Aug. 

Edward Alexander Kettlowell, Lt.Col. Indian Army 13 Au 

Reginald Hough Light, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army ... 13 Aug. 

Willoughby Thuillier, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 13 Aug. 

Lewis Ernest Cooper, Lt.Col. Indian Army ....' 13 Aug. 

George Francis Rowcroft, DSO. Lt.Col. Ind. Army 13 Aug. 

Mark Ancruui Kerr, CB. Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 13 Aug. 

Anthony Beale, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army [3 Aug. 

Henry George Sutton, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army ... 13 Aug. 

George Sapte Hogge, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army' 14 Jan. 

p.'.r. Herbert Ralph Brander, CB. Lt.Col. Indian A. 14 Jan. 

Robert Theodore Crowther, Lt.Col. Indian Army ... 14 Jan. 

James William Cowley, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army ... 14 Jan. 

Arthur Edward Aitken, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army... 14 Jan. 



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80 1 July 
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. 23 Apr. 
;8 17 May 
78 : Jan. 
78 6 Mar. 
78 13 Mar. 
78 3 Apr. 
78 21 Apr. 
78 1 May 
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78 5 May 
78 28 May 
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1 July 

9 June 
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18 Dec. 
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28 Jan. 

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4 Jan. 86 

21 July 86 
9 Aug. 88 

16 Dec. 88 
15 June 86 
29 Oct. 86 
25 May 89 
25 May 89 

22 Jan. 92 
14 Jan. 91 

13 Aug. 90 

28 Jan. 93 

29 July 93 

14 Sept.89 

5 Oct. 89 
:4 Jan. 91 
•2 Jan. 90 
!3 Jan. 90 
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7 June 90 
:r June 90 
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54^ 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



CORNET, 
2nd LIEUT. 
Or ENSIGN. 



Willoughby Brooking Mullins, Lt.Col. Ind. Army. 
Herbert Vaughan Cox, LI. Colonel, Indian Army . 
Frederick Gardner Bradley, Lt.Col. Indian Army, 

Richard Wapshare, Lt. Colonel, Indian Army 

Mansel Travers Shewen, Lt.Coloiel, Indian Army 
Charles Arnulph S. Montgomery, Lt. Co/. Ind. Army 

Wilfred Hale Lewin, Lt. Colonel, Indian Army 

George Rippon, Lt. Colonel, Indian Army 

John Jackson, Lt. Colonel, Indian Army 

Alexander Hamilton, Lt. Colonel, Indian Army 

Clarence Herbert Macdonald, Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Knigbtley Poyntz Burne, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 
p.s.c. Henry Torrens Kenny, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Tnrenne Jermyn, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 

Robt. Maximilian Rainey-Robir.son, Lt.Col. Ind. A 
Augustus Anderson J. Johnstone, Lt.Col. Ind. A. 
Gordon Napier Caulfeild, DSO. Lt.Col. Ind. Army 

Leslie Charles Fryer, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 

George Harvey Turner, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Arthur Philip Desborough Harris, Lt. Col. Ind. Army 

Henry Gerard Burton, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Percy Holland, Lt.Colonel, Indian Army 

Charles L. N. Bishop. Major, Royal Marine Art 

John Hewett Jellett, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Lawrence Caulfield H. Stafford, Lt.Col. R.E. 
p.s.c. Henry Dowrish Drake, Major, Roy. Mar. Art. 
Robert Cotton Money, Lt.Col. Yorkshire Light Inf. 
Frederick GeorgeKappey,.J/<yo>-, Royal Marine Art. 
Francis James Anderson, Lt.Colonel, Boyal Eng,... 
Henry Southey Scholes, Lt.Colonel, York and) 

Lancaster Regiment I 

Robert H. Gage Heygate. DSO. Lt.Col. Border R 
Edgar Evelyn Ravenhill, Z/.Co7. East Kent Regt... 

Herbert Mercer, Lt.Colonel, 3 Dragoon Guards 

Edmund Arthur Herbert, MVO. Lt.Col.6 Dragoons 
Leonard Arthur Arkwright, Lt.Colonel, Royal En 
Hugh Neufville Taylor, DSO. Lt.Col. Indian Army 
Frederick Falkiner Minchin, Lt.Col. Royal Art. .. 

George Wright, if Colonel, Royal Artillery 

Godfrey Hy. Wolley Stockdale, Lt.Col.h.p. R.Eng, 
William Oliver Matless ~M.osae.Lt. Col. Indian Armv 
Herbert Kendall Jackson, DSO. Lt.Colonel, R. Art 

Richard Leigh, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

William Sydney Cumming, Major, B. Marines 

Jas. Foster Riddel! , Lt.Col. Northumberland Fus.. 
Francis Vaughan Whiitall, Lt.Col, Indian Army ... 

John Swinton Melville, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

Geo. Willoughby Smith Fryer, hi. Col. Indian Arm\ 
Granville Henry Loch, CIS. Lt.Col. Indian Army... 
John Charles Basil Eastviood, Lt.Col. 12 Lancers... 
Leslie Chas. Hamilton Stainforth, Zr. Co/. Ind. Amy 
William Kerr M'Clintock, Lt.Colonel, Berkshire R. 
Reginald George Button Hughes, Lt.Colonel, { 

Oxford Light Infantry j 

p.s.c. Henry Ernest Stanton, DSO. Major Royal Art. 
iJfiT Paul Aloysius Kenna, DSO. Major, 21 Lancers 
Ronald George Brooke, DSO. Major. 11 Hussars ... 
Sydney C. Fishburn Jackson, DSO. Jfa/or.Hants R. 
iJC William George Walker, Major, Indian Army.. 
Geo. Henry Poyntz Burne, Lt.Col. Leicestershire R 
Alfred Ernest Stuart Searle, Lt.Col. Indian Army.. 
Frank Herbert Horaiblow, Lt.Colonel, Royal Eng 
Gerald Robert Clark Paul, CMG. Major, Army S.C 
Alex. Hepburne Barrington Cavaye, 100 Major, ( 

King's Own Scottish Borderers j 

Walter Way Baker, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

p.s.c. William Henry Rycroft, Lt. Col. 11 Hussars .. 
Frederio Henrj'John Birch, Lt. Col. Royal Artillery 
Bruce Bremner Russell, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers... 

Claud William Jacob, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

A. Wilberforce Leonard, Lt. Col. Indian Army 

William Henry Hinde. Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 

Wm. Harry Derville Rich, Lt.Col. Indian Army 

George Augustus Ivatt, Lt.Col. Lincolnshire Rent. 
Sydenham Campbell-UrquhartSmith,ir. Col. R.Art. 

Dudley Acland Mills, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

John Southwell Brown, Lt.Colonel, Royal Irish) 

Rifles (83 Foot) / 

Richard Ernest Hill, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps... 
p.s.c. William Persse Blood, Lt.Col. h.p. from) 

Irish Fusilierf; Dep. Assist. Adj. Qen. Salisbury ) 
SirEdouard P. C. Girouard, KCMG.DSO.Cupt. R.E. 
William G. L. Beynon, DSO. Captain, Indian Army 
Richard Woodfield Fuller, Major, Royal Artillery... 
Herbert Augustus Iggulden, 'Major, Sherwood F. 
p.s.c. Henry Gray Burrowes, Lt.Col. Royal Art. ... 
Sidney Gerald Buriard, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers... 
Walter Henry Duffin, Lt.Colonel, &. Lancaster R. 
Edmund Arth. Ponsonby Hobday ,Lt. Col. Roy. Art. 
Spencer W. Scrase-Dickins, Lt. Col. Highland L.I. 
Harry Gordon Cotterill, Major, Royal Marines 



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11 Aug. 
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80 



78 



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1 July 81 14 Jan. 91 
■■3 Aug. 80 31 Jan. 91 



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1 Feb. 80 
9 June 81 
29 Mar. 8 



1 Feb. 9 

1 Feb. 9 

25 Feb. 91 

11 Aug. 91 



_ July 8i'ii Aug. 91 

1 July 81! 11 Aug _ 

1 July 81 11 Aug. 91 



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1 July 81 

1 July 81 

2 Oct. 81 
1 July Si 
1 July 81 
1 July 81 
1 July 81 

1 July 81 

2 Oct. 81 
22 Oct. 81 

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1 Sept. 9 
23 Oct. 91 
23 Oct. 91 
22 Oct. 92 
22 Jan. 92 
22 Jan. 92 

22 Jan. 92 

23 Apr. 92 
23 Apr. 9 
22 Oct. 92 
22 Oct. 9 

1 22 Oct 



1 Sept. 76 m June 86 
iS Dec. 78 12 Oct. 86 
31 Jan. 78 18 Dec. 
:9 Sept. 77 1 Dec. _. 
1 July 81 1 July 87 
1 Sept. 78 31 Dec. 
31 Jan. 78 18 Dec. 

1 Mar. 79 24 Feb. 



22 Jan 
13 Aug 



19 Sept. 80 28 Mar. 
1 July 81 1 July 87 

30 Jan. 84 8 Apr. 90 
10 Nov. 86 1 Sept. 97 

31 Jan. 78 18 Dec 
:8 Jan. 82 28 Jan. 93 
6 Apr. 79! 1 June 87 
6 Apr. 79 15 Aug. 87 

31 Jan. 78 18 Dec. 88 
1 July 81 23 Oct. 91 
iS Dec. 78 29 Oct. 85 

8 Dec. 78,12 Jan. . 
1 Sept. 78 20 Sept.86 
1 July 81 18 Nov. ~ 
1 July Si, 22 Jan. 92 
1 July 81 11 Aug. 

78 31 Mar. 80 21 Aug. 
26 May 80 21 Aug. _., 

25 Aug. S3 10 June 89 
1 July 81 ,22 Jar.. 9? 

>8 July Sol 6 Jan. 

9 Sept.82'27 Feb. 92 

26 July 81 1 Jan. 90 
25 Aug. 86 12 June 95 
13 Oct. 86 6 July 96 



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28 July 
5 Feb. 



9 Sept. 82 

29 Aug. 85 

5 Oct. " 



1 July 90 
29 Aug. 96 
19 Jan. 86 



June 81I13 Auer. 90 

8 Dec. 78] 8 Feb. 89 

22 Oct. 81 21 Apr. 89 

31 May 77 1 1 Apr 

8 D^c, 78! 3 Mar. 89 
[3 Aug. 79 1 July Sj. 1 1 Apr. 88 
21 Jan. 78,24 Mar. 86 

8 Dec. 78: 8 Mar. 89 

9 Sept.82, 9 Sept. 93 
10 Mar. 83 10 Mar. 94 
.8 Dec. 7 8j 1 Apr. 89 

5 Aug. 80 s Oct. 89 
78 1 Feb. 79 13 May 85 

6 Apr. 79 29 June 87 
;8 Dec. 78 j 1 Apr. 89 

1 May 78 12 Apr. 79 15 Apr. 85 

2 May S3 12 May 

81 1 July SijiS Apr. 

S8 28 July 91 28 July 99 

1 Dec. 89: 5 Feb. 98 

17 July 80 14 Jan. 89 

28 Jan. 02 j 1 May 90 

6 Apr. 79 1 1 Apr. ( 9 

I 6 Apr. 791 1 July 87 

79I27 Dec. 80 1 Feb. 88 

j 6 Apr. 79 1 July 87 

10 May 82 18 Feb. 91 

I 1 Feb. 80 '23 Mar. 89 



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22 Jan. 01 

23 Apr. 01 
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10 July 01 
10 July 01 
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14 June 
i2 Oct. 

7 Oct. 96 
1? June 97 

12 Dec. 99 
16 June 97 

19 Oct. 96 

1 July 95 

26 Aug. 96 
23 Mar. 

3 Apr. 97 

5 Mar. 02 

6 Nov. 96 
10 July 01 

20 Jan. 97 

15 Feb. 07 
31 Dec. 96 
23 Oct. 00 

1 Nov. 96 
31 Dec. 96 

14 Aug. 97 

10 Jan. 00 
22 Jan. 01 
n Aug. 00 

21 Aug, 

21 Aug 

11 May 98 

22 Jan. 01 

26 Nov, 

7 July 00 

20 Mav 98 
29 Nov. 00 
29 Nov. 00 

3 Jan. 01 
29 Aug. 03 

9 Mar. 98 

13 Aug. 99 
31 Dec. 96 

16 June 97 

6 Feb. 96 

31 Dec. 96 

19 Aug. 96 

25 Aug. 95 
t8 Jan. 97 
10 July 01 
10 July 01 

21 July 97 

5 Oct. 98 

6 Oct. 97 

15 Feb. 97 

27 June 97 

4 June 94 

2 Feb. 98 

20 May 98 

29 July 99 
20 May 98 

14 Sept. 98 
it June 02 
31 Aug 97 

15 Feb. 97 

26 June 97 
is Feb. 97 

Dec. 00 

22 Dec. 97 



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June 04 
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June 04 
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June 04 
June 04 
June 04 
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HALF PAY. 



Nov. I 



War Services of Lt. Colonels not belonging to Regiments or Corps. 546 



65 Lt. Colonel Forster served in the Nile Expedition in 1834-85 with the 1st Battalion of the Royal Irish Regiment 
(Medal with Clasn, and Khedive's Star). 

M Lt. Colonel Carleton served in the South African war, taking part in the operations in Natal, 1899, including 
the actions at Talana, 29th October, and Lombard's Kop, 30th October; the operations in the Transvaal, 1900; and 
the operations in the Orange River Colony. June, July, September and October, 1900. Commanded the 1st 
Battalion Royal Irish Fusiliers, 12th to 30th October, and 6th June onwards. 

76 Lt.Colonel P. H. II. Massy served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war of 1879-80, and took part in the expe- 
dition against the Wuzeeree Khugianis (Medal). 

77 Lt.Colonel Watson-Kennedy served with the 1st Battalion Black Watch in the Egyptian war of 18S2 as Regi- 
mental Transport Officer, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's 
Star). Served in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 as Transport Officer 1st Battalion Black Watch, and was 
present in the engagements ac El Teb and Temai (two Clasps). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with 
the 1st Battalion of the Black Watch, took part with the River Column undei Major General Earle, and was 
present in the engagement at Kirbekan — severely wounded (two Clasps). Served in the campaign in the Soudan 
under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898 with the 1st Battalion Cameron Highlanders, and was present at the battles 
oftheAtbara (mentioned in despatches) and Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, British 
Medal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps). 

79 Lt.Colonel O. H. Oakes served in the South African war in 1890-1901, in command of the tst Battalion 
Worcestershire Regiment, and took part in the operations in Orange Free State, February to May 1900; the 
operations in Orange River Colony, May to 29 November 1900, includiug the actions at Wittebergen (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal with two Cbisps). 

91 Lt.Colonel J. W. Hind served throughout the operations in the Malay Peninsula ^1875-76 (Medal with Clasp) 
Served throughout the operations of the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 with the 1st Battalion 
of the Buffs (Medal with Clasp). 

92 Sir Frederick Lugard served with the 9th Foot in the Afghan war in 1879-80. and was present in the engage - 
ment at Saidabad (Medal). Served in the Soudan camnaign in 18S5 with the Indian Transport (Medal with Clasp, 
ano Khedive's Star). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 (mentioned in despatches, DSO., and 
Mediil with Clasp). Served in the operations in Uganda in 1890-92 (Imperial British East Africa Company's 
Medal). Commanded the West African Frontier Force during the operations in the West African Frontier 
Territories in 1897-98 (promoted Lt.Colonel on half pay). 

94 Lt.Colonel A. J. Arnold served in the Niger-Soudan campaign in 1896-97 in command of the force, including the 
expeditions to Egbon, Bida and Horin (received the thanks of the Governor and the "high appreciation ot Her 
Majesty's Government of the manner in which the campaign was organised and carried out '' (promoted to be 
Captain, DSO. and Medal with Clasp); also commanded the expedition to Siama, on the Niger, in 1898 (men- 
tioned in the despatch of the Secretary for the Colonies, promoted to be Major and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

93 Lt.Colonel Henry Fortescue served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 

9,5 Lt.Colonel Page-Henderson served in the Boer war of 1881 with the Inniskilling Dragoons. Served in the 
Bechuanaland Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 1884-85 with the Inuiskilling Dragoons. Served in the 
South African war in 1899-1900 as Commandant Cavalry Depot (mentioned in despatches). 

97 Lt.Colonel flumphery served in the South African war in 1899-1903 with the 1st Battalion Gloucestershire 
Regiment, and was present in the engagement at Rietfontein as second in command, and in the engagement at 
Lombard's Kop in command ; also served in the operations in the Transvaal, June 1900, and in Orange River 
Colony, July and August 1900 (Medal with three Clasps). 

191 Lt.Colonel J. H. Aspiuwall served in the Egyptian Expedition in 1882, and took part in the actions at El 
Magfar, Masameh, and Kassassin, the battle of Tel-el-Kebir and the forced march to Cairo (Medal with Olasp 
and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1001-02 (mentioned in despatches, DSO.). 

192 Lt.Colonel R. Owen served in the Afghan war of 1879-80, first attached to the 9th Lancers, and afterwards as Aide 
de Camp to Sir Donald Stewart (Medal). Served with the 14th Hussars in the Boer war of 1881 under Sir Evelyn 
Wood. Served during Burmese Expedition in 1885-87 as Aide deCamp to Sir Frederick Roberts (Medal with Clasp). 

10 * Lt.Colonel G. Frend served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, first as Provost Marshal 21 d Urigade 2nd Division 
Peshawur Valley Field Force, and afterwards as Transport Officer to the 5th Foot( Medal). Served in the Egyptian 
war of 1882 (Medal, and Khedive's Star) ; also served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 (Clasp). Served in the 
South African war in 1899-1900. and was present in the engagement at Stonnberg. 

iui Lt.Colonel E. B. Herbert served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the en- 
gagement at Ulundi ( Medal with Clasp). 

197 Lt.Colonel O'Grady served with the 94th Regiment in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engage- 
ment at Dlundi, and in the subsequent operations against Sekukuni including the storming of the stronghold — 
severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Boer war of 1880-81 in command 
of the troop of Mounted Infantry o4tn Regiment at Pretoria during its investment. Served in the South African 
war with the 1st Battalion Connaught Rangers, and took part in the relief of Ladysmith, including the action at 
Colenso ; in the operations of 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, including the action at Spion Kop; in Natal, March and April 
1900; in the Orange Free State, May 1900; in the Transvaal, May and June 1900; in the Transvaal east of Pretoria, 
including the action at Reit Vlei, 16th July 1900; also in Cape Colony south and north of Orange River. 
Commanded the 1st Battalion Connaught Rangers from 15th Sept. 1900 until invalided on 8th Dec. 1900 (mentioned 
in despatches, CB., Medal with four Clasps). 

iw Lt.Colonel G. P. Douglas served in the Egyptian war of 1882 with the 7th Dragoon Guards as a volunteer, 
and was present in the engagements at El Magfar and Mahsama, at the two actions at Kassasin, and at the battle 
of Tel-el-Kebir and capture of Cairo (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

I 99 Lt.Colonel L. E. Kiggill served in the South African war in 1899-1902 on the Staff, and took part in the 
relief of Ladysmith, including the operations of the 17th to 24th Jan. 1900; the operations of the 5th to 7th 
Feb. 19JO. and the action at Vaal Krantz : the operations on Tugela Heights, and the action at Pieter's Hill ; the 
operations in Natal Mai. to June 190D, and the action at Laing's Nek ; the operations in the Transvaal, east of 
Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, and the actions at Belfast and Lydenberg ; the operations in the Transvaal 
30th Nov. 1900 to Mar. 1901 ; and in Ormge River Colony Mar. 1901 to 31st May 1902 (twice mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

111 Lt.Colonel A. J. Murray served m the operations in Zululand in 1888. Served in the Sonth African war in 
1899-1900, 1902, as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General for Intelligence, Natal Field Force, and afterwards as 
Assistant Adjutant General; tooK part in the defence of Lailysmith — dangerously wounded (twice mentioned in 
despatches, DSO.). 



54/ War Services of ht.Colonels not belonging to Regiments or Corps. 

112 Lt.Colonel H. St. L. Wood served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 as Transport Officer Candahar Field Force, 
and was present at the defence of Candahar and acted as Orderly Officer to Brigadier General Brooke in the 
sortie of Deh Khojah — severely wounded and horse killed (Medal). Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 
on special service (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Burmese 
Expedition in 1887-8S as Brigade Transport Officer and as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master 
General 2nd Brigade (mentioned in despatches, DSO., and Medal with two Clasps). Served in the campaign 
on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897-98 with the Tirah Expeditionary 
Force as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps). 

iH Lt.Colonel Cole served in the Burmese Expedition in 1885-87 with the 1st Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers 
(mentioned in despatches Medal with Clasp). Served in West Africa in 1900 in command of the expedition 
against the Munshis — severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel). Served in Northern 
Nigeria in 1900 in command of the expedition against the Chief of Tawari (mentioned in despatches). Served in 
the South African war in 1901-02 in command of the Depot Battalion at Green Point ; and afterwards served as 
Commandant at Vryburg Sub-District (mentioned in despatches, DSO.). 

116 t Lt.Colonel Carter served in the South African war m 1899-1900 during advance on Pretoria and battle of 
Diamond Hill in command of 1st Life Guards Squadron Regiment of Household Cavalry (mentioned in despatches, 
Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasps) 

118 Lt.Colonel Lysaght served in the Hazara Expedition in 1888 with the 2nd Battalion Royal Irish Regiment 
including the engagement at Kotkai (Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1900-01, taking 
part in the operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, Aug. to 29th Nov. 1900, including actions at Belfast, 26th 
and 27th Aug., and Lydenberg, 5th to 8th Sept.; and in Orange River Colony, including action at Wittebergen, 
1st to 29th July (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with three Clasps). 

119 Lt.Colonel C. H. Gordon served in the Zulu war in 1879, and was present in the engagement at Inyezane and 
in Ekowe during the investment (Medal with Clasp). 

W Lt.Colonel Dauncey served in the Egyptian war of 1882 with the 7th Dragoon Guards, and wa,s present in 
the engagements at Ei Magfar and Mahsama, at the two actions at Kassasin, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir 
and the capture of Cairo (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the campaign in the Soudan under 
Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898 with the 21st Lancers, and was present at the battle of Khartoum (British Medal, 
ar.d Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in South African war in 1899-1902 with the Inniskilling Dragoons. 
Commanded the Regiment from April 1901 until the end of the war. Took part in operations m Orange Free 
State March to May 1900, including actions at Vet River and Zand River : in the Transvaal in May and June 

1900, including actions near Johannesburg,. Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, 
July to 29th Nov. 1900, including actions at Riet Vlei and Belfast; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 
including actions at Colesberg; and in the Transvaal and Orange River Colony 30th Nov. 1900 to 31st May 1902 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). [See 
also Civil Decorations for Gallantry, " Hart's Annual Army List," p. 1162.] 

121 Lt.Colonel Ottley served as Adjutant 2nd Battalion King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry in the Zhob Field 
Force in 1890 under Sir George White during the Zhob and Kiderzai Expeditions and as Staff Officer to the 
Vihowa Column. Served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 
1897-98 with the 4th Brigade Tirah Expeditionary Force with the 2nd Battalion King's Own Yorkshire Light 
Intantry, and was present in the engagement at Shin Kamar (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the South 
African war in 1899-1900 with the 2nd Battalion Yorkshire Light Infantry, and was present in the engagements 
at Belmont, Enslin and Modder River— dangerously wounded, losing a leg. 

122 Lt.Colonel C. Delm£ Radclitfe served in Uganda in 1898 (Medal). Commanded the Expedition into the 
Laago Country in 1901 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

128 Lt.Colonel C. Rrant served with the Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition in 1881. 

121 Lt.Colonel H. L. Gallwey served in the expedition against Nimba and Brass villages, West Coat-t of Africa, in 
1-895 in command of the Forces of the Niger Coast Protectorate (mentioned in despatches, DSO. and Venal with 
Clasp); aud with the Benin Expedition under Rear Admiral Rawson in 1897 as Deputy Commissioner and Consul 
Nieer Coast Protectorate (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, Clasp). 

127 Lt.Colonel Nicholson served in the operations in South Africa under Sir Frederick Carrington in 1896 as 
acting Staff Offictr (mentioned in despatches, DSO., and Medal). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 
in command of the British South Af lican Police, and afterwards in command of the 1st Brigade Rhodesian Field 
Force (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and OB.). 

128 Lt.Colonel Gavin served in the Hazara Expedition in 1888 with the 2nd Battalion Royal Irish Regiment, 
including the engagement at Kotkai (Medal with Clasp). Served in the operations on the North West Frontier 
of India in 1897-98, including the operations on the Samana (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the South 
African war in 1901-02, and took part in the operations in the Transvaal, April 1901 to 31st May 1902 (Medal with 
Clasp). 

129 Lt.Colonel C. A. A. Frederick served in the expedition to the Soudan in 1885 with the 1st Battalion of the 
Coldstream Guards and was present in the engagement at Hasheen, at that near Tofrek on the 24th March, and 
at the destruction of Temai (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Egyptian Frontier Force 
in 1885-86 as extra Aide de Camp to Sir Frederick Stephenson (4th Class of the Mejidie). 

130 Lt.Colonel de Crtspigny served with the 15th Hussars in the Afghan war in 1880 (Medal). Served in the 
Boer war of 1881. Served with the 19th Hussars in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the action at 
Kassasin (9th September), and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Cla^p, and Khedive's Star). 

131 Lt.Colonel W. C. Ross served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 on Transport duty with the Koorum Field Force 
(Medal). Served in the South African war 1899-1900 in command of a Corps of Mounted Infantry and on the 
Staff — dangerously wounded (mentioned in despatches, OB.) 

132 Lt.Colonel Haking served with the Burmese Expedition in 1885-86 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with 
Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General (mentioned in des- 
patches, Medal with three Clasps). 

135 Count Gleichen served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Camel Corps, and was present in the actions 
at Abu Klea and Abu Kru (Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star) . Served with the Dongola Expeditionary 
Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896 (British Medal and Khedive's Medal). Served in the South Afiican 
war in 1899-1900, and took part in the advance on Kimberley, including the actions at Belmont, Enslin, and 
Modder River — severely wounded. Took part in the operations in Orange Free State, including the operations 
at Paardeberg and the action at Poplar Grove. Served afterwards on the Staff (twice mentioned in despatches, 
DSO., Medal with five Clasps). 

138 Lt.Colonel J. E. Caunter served in South African war in 1899-1900 on the Staff, and took part in the relief of 
Kimberley ; operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including operations at Paardeberg, and the 
actions at Poplar Grove and Driefontein ; the operations in Orange River Colony, May t» Aug. 1900 ; and in Cape 
Colony, south and north of Orange River, in 1900 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps). 

140 Lt.Colonel Carr-Ellison served in the South African war in 1S99-1902, aud was present at the reliof or 
Ladysmith, including action at Colenso. Took part in ti>e operations of 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, and action at Spion 
Kop ; the operations of 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and engagement at Vaal Krantz ; the operations on Tugela Heights, 
14th to 27th Feb. 1900, and engagement at Pieter's Hill. Also in tbe operations in Natal, March to June 1900; and 
in Orange River Colony, May to 29th Nov. 1900. Commanded the ist Dragoons from 30* Nov. 1900 to 6th July 

1901, taking part in the operations in Natal, and south-east and north-east Transvaal, under Coljnel Pulteney. 
Commanded 4th Batt. Imperial Yeomanry July to Dec. 1901 in the south-west Transvaal; in the operations in 
Orange River Colony under General Elliott, including the capture of a laager and 41 prisoners by the 4th Bat- 
talion Imperial Yeomanry ; in the operations on the Zululana Frontier of I> atal under General Liartnell ; com- 
manded the 1st Dragoons from Dec 1901 until they landed in England on nth Oct. 1902 ; took part in operations 
in the west of Orange River Colony, on the Vaal, and in Bechuanaland, under Colonel Rcchfort (twice mentioned 
in despatches, promoted Lt.Colonel half pay, Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

142 Lt.Colonel Adye served in the Afghan warin 1879-80, took part in the defence of Candahar, and was present in 



War Services of Lt. Colonels not belonging to Regiments or Corps. 54.(7 

the sortie of DehKhojah and at the battle of Candahar (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Boer war in 1881. Served 
in the South African war in 1899-1900 on the Staff, and took part in the operations in Natal in 1899, and the action 
at Lombards Kop (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

Xi * Lt.Colonel Hamilton served with the Isazai Expedition in 1892 as Brigade Major. Served with the Chitral 
Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General 2nd Brigade, 
and was present at the capture of the Malakand Pass, at the passage of the Swat River, and the engagement at 
Panjkora (mentioned in despatches, DSO. and Medal with Clasp). 

150 Lt.Colonel M.G.Wilkinson served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as Transport Officer (Medal with Clasp, and 
Khedive's Star). Served as Adjutant to the 2nd Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers with the Suakin Field 
Force in December 1888 during the investment of Suakin and was present in the engagement at Gemaizah 
(mentioned in despatches, Clasp). Served in the South African war of 1899-1902 as Assistant Provost-Marshal to 
the 6th Division under Lieut. General Kelly-Kenny, and was present at the relief of Kimberley and the action of 
Klip Drift, 16th Feb. 1902; took part in the operations in the Orange Free Stale, Feb. to May 1900, including the 
actions at Paardeberg, Poplar.Grove and Driefontein. Commanded the Battalion from 21st April 1902 (Medal. 
■with three Clasps). 

160 Lt.Colonel Cavaye served with the 2nd Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers with the Suakin Field Force in 
December 1888 during the investment of Suakin, and was present atthe engagement at Gemaizah (Medal with 
Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Also served in the operations on the Soudan Frontier in 1889. Served in the South 
African war with the 1st Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers, and took part in the operations in the Orange 
Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including the actions at Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, Karree Siding, Vet River and 
Zand River ; in the Transvaal, May and June 1900, including the actions at Johannesburg and Pretoria ; in the 
Transvaal, east of Pretoria, 1900; and in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, including the action at Zilikat's Nek, 
2nd Aug. 1000 (Medal with three Clasps). 



[For the W ar Services of other Lieutenant Colonels, Yide their respective Regiments or Corps.] 



55 



Majors. 



COENET, 
2nd LIEUT. 
Or ENSIGN. 



"SIS. Charles James William Grant, Mawr, Indian Army ... 

Robert Henry Twigg, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick John Tobin, i>SO. Major, Royal Irish Rifles \ 

(86 Foot) f 

p.s.c. Fred. John Arthur Trench, DSO. Major, Royal \ 

Artillery / 

William Weallens, Major, Northamptonshire Regiment ... 

Walter Henry Scott, Major, East Lancashire Regiment 

William A. Lenox-Couyngham, Major, Worcester Regt. ) 

(29 P-) > 

Thomas Hope Stavert, Major, Leinster Regiment 

Beamish St. John Barter, Major, Lincolnshire Regiment... 

Henry D'Urban Eeary, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Henry Walter Morrieson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas David Kirkpatrick, Major, Yorkshire RegimeDt\ 

(igFoot) .' f 

Chas. Arch. Townshend Boultbee, Major, King's Royal \ 

Rifles ) 

Wm. Hy. Slingsby O'Neill, DSO. Major, Dublin Fusiliers } 

(102 F.) ) 

Francis Blayney Lucas Woodwright, Major, 4 Dragoon \ 

Guards / 

Charles Edwyn Jervois, Major, Royal Artillery 

Julian Oswald, Major, 16 Lancers 

Duncan Thomas Cruickshank, Major, Essex Regt. (56) 

Foot) .' ) 

John Lewis Rooke If aclurcan, Major, h.p. Roy. Marines ; \ 

Barrack Master, 27 May 01 j 

Richard Money Maxwell, Major, Indian Army 

George James Francis Talbot, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edmond Talbot Stanley, Major, Army Ordnance i 

Department ( 

Richard K. W. R. Clavell, Major, h.p. R. Marines; Pay-1 

master, Plymouth, 1 Jan. 01 ) 

Edward Hamilton Paterson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Phelips Brooke Hanham, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Jame* Francis Hume, Major, Connaught Rangers > 

(94 Foot) ; 

Ralph J. Wilbraham, Major, Duke of Cornwall's Light \ 

Tnfantry ../ 

Colin Powys Campbell, Major, Indian Army 

Charles St.yle Kincaid, Major, Irish Fusiliers 

John Shakespear, C1B. DSO. Major, Indian Army 

William Douglas Whatman, Major, 20 Hussars 

Henry Hyde Williamson Nason, DSO. Major, Essex 1 

Regiment f 

St. George Edward William Burton, Major, Royal High- \ 

landers (73 Foot) ) 

Henry Lockhart Smith, DSO. Major, East Surrey Regt... 
Hayford Douglas Thorold, Major, West Riding Regiment > 

(76 Foot) i 

Horace Sydney Nelson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Schofleld Patten Peile, CB. Major, Royal Marines 

William Francis Percy, 4 Major, h.p. Norfolk Regiment ... 
William Fred. James Hardisty, Major, Worcestershire > 

Regiment $ 

Robert John Spurrell, Major, 5 Lancers... 

George Boodrie O'Donneli, M ajor, Indian Army 

James Gibbon Turner, Major, Indian Army 

William John Bythell, Major, Royal Engineers 

Hickman Crawford Molesworth, Major, Royal Artillery ... 

Ernest Henry Rivett-Carnac, Major, Indian Army 

Henry Bolton Mainwaring, Major, Lincolnshire ttegt 

George Arthur Gott, Major, Indian Army 

John Dawson H. Waller, Major, Royal Artillery 

Cecil Chas. Cavendish, Major, Highland Light Infantry ) 

(74 Foot) f 

Charles Frederick Stevens, Major, Indian Army 

Ponsonby Glenn Huggins, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Haydon d'Aubrey P. Taylor, Major, Gloucestershire ) 

Regiment ) 

Gerald Carlile Stratford Handcock, Mawr, Yorkshire > 

Regiment j 

Thomas Francis Bushe, CMG-. Major, Royal Artillery 

hos. Montgomery Hawtayne, Major, North Stafford- ) 

shire Regiment j 

Horatio Norris Dumbleton, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles William Robert St. John, Major, Royal Engineers 
Atherton ffolliott Powell, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery ... 
p.s.c. Lewis Munro, Major, Hampshire Regiment (67 F.) 
Wm. Radcliffe Peel Wallace, Major, Gloucestershire') 

Regiment ) 

p.s.c. Walter Grenville Ley, Major, N. Staffordshire Regt. ") 

(98 Foot) J 

U2C Alan Richard Hill, Major, Northamptonshire Regt. 7 
(48 Foot) S 



22 Mar. 79 



13 Aug. 79 



1 May 78 

1 May 78 
14 Jan. 



8 Dec. 
2i July 



13 Aug. 
6 Oct. 



22 Feb. 

1 Aug. 

13 Aug. 

3 Nov. 

22 Jan. 



4 Dec. 

3 Aug. 
1 May 

4 Jan. 



1 May 
1 1 May 



r6 Feb. 78 



17 Apr, 
10 Apr. 



22 Jan. 79 



14 Jan. 
r 7 Apr. 

11 Aug. 

22 Feb. 



10 May 82 
26 Dec. 80 

12 May 77 



> May 91 11 May 91 
; Aug. 90^27 Apr. 92 

: Apr. 83! 10 Jan. 93 



2 Feb. 76 4 
23 Jan. 79U0 
20 Nov. 75 12 

1 Feb. 79 1 20 
25 Aug. 80)28 
11 Sept. 76 16 
10 Sept.77 10 
14 Aug. 76 28 



: Jan. 78 
7 Apr. 80 

10 Sept. 75 

2 Aug. 82 

25 Jan. 77 
16 Oct. 80 

12 Feb. 77 

19 Sept.77 

26 Feb. Si 
25 Jan. 77 

6 Oct. 77 
1 Sept. 78 

19 June 77 
19 June 77 

23 June 80 

1 July 81 

29 June 3o 

7 May 79 
31 July 81 
22 Oct. 81 

6 Oct. 80 

1 July Si 

1 5 Mar. 80 

1 Jan. 



Nov. 84 
Sept.82 
Mar. 84 

Jan. 86 

June 35 
Feb. 83 
Sept.S8 
Feb. 85 

i5 Aug. 84 
21 Apr. 86 

29 Jan. 84 



19 Jan 93 

8 Apr. 93 
23 Sept. 93 

9 Oct. 93 

2 Dec. 93 
16 Dec. 93 
29 Dec. 93 

1 Jan. 94 

28 Mar. 94 
16 Apr. 94 

16 May 94 

12 Sept.94 



1 May 
Dec. 



85 29 Sept. 
'25 Dec. 



22 Aug. 83 9 Jan. 95 



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Aug. 

Oct. 

Sept 

Jan. 
Jan. 



25 Jan. 

90 13 Feb. 
" 20 Mar. 



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1 May 1 

24 May 1 
30 June 1 

1 July 



Dec. 84 

Dec. 87 i July 95 

Aug. 
May 



19 Oct. 77 13 
31 Jan. 78 18 
16 Nov. 80 28 



27 Nov. 
2 July 

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18 Dec. 
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9 Oct. 
[2 Feb. 
21 Aug. 
23 Feb. 

9 Oct. 

28 Apr. 

19 Apr. 
19 Apr. 

29 Sept. 

1 Mar. 79 
31 Jan. 78 
:3 Sept. 79 

9 Oct. 77 



79 7 

84 1 6 
76.19 
78 i3 
82 1 15 
77>9 
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7°! 2 3 
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?& Nov. 

.. j 1 Dec. 

89 14 Dec. 
87,19 Jan. 
89 22 Jan. 
91122 Jan. 
86 8 Feb. 
87! 12 Feb. 
84,17 Fob. 
87:23 Feb. 
sft ' 5 Mar. 



Feb. 88,25 Mar. 96 



Apr. 
Apr, 

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B7|i9 Apr. 
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_ Apr. 

9 Oct. 77 [ 1 July 

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5 May 



85 



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9 wuu. / / 

31 Jan. 78 
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5 Oct. 80 
12 Mar. 81 



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18 June 

22 July 

88'2 5 July 

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29 Aug. 

2 Sept. 

9 Sept. 



July 87 
: Sept.S6 



14 Sept.96 
22 Sept.96 



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PLACED ON 
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1 Jan. 01 



11 Apr. 03 



Majors. 



56-7 



Joseph Hume Balfour, Major, Indian Army 

Algernon Henry Wilmer, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Hamlyn Agnew, Major, 4 Hussars : 

S t. Clair Oswald, Major, 3 Hussars 

Warren Francis Trotter, h.p. Major, R. Marine Artillery ; ) 

Barrack Master, 16 Oct. 99 S 

Edward Kaye Daubeney, DSO. Major, South Staffordshire \ 

Regiment ) 

Raleigh Gilbert Egerton, Major, Indian Army 

Norman Edward Young, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Marwood, Major, North Staffordshire Regiment ) 

(64 Foot) '. ) 

Charles Edward Lawrie, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

Alexander Cadell, Major, Indian Army 

George Albanus Williams, Major, South Staffordshire") 

Regiment '80 F.) J 

Arthur de Salis Hadow, Major, Yorkshire Regiment / 

(■9 F.) ' i 

Francis Russell Parkinson, Major, Welsh Regiment I 

(41 F.) ! 

Colin Duncan Johnstone, Major, lrom East Surrey Regt. ) 

Governor, York Military Prison ) 

Alfred Grahame Cartwright, Major, Yorkshire Regiment) 

(19 F.) S 

John Page Wood, Maor, Border Rogiment 

Edgar Forbes Nelson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Hugh Block, Major, Royal Artillery 

Stuart Davidson, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Alves Inglis, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Alf. E. J. Cavendish, CMQ.Major, Argyll and Suther- V 

land Highlanders (91 F.) j 

Gilbert Boys Smith, Major, Royal Artillery 

Nathaniel Albert Delap Barton, Major, Cunnaught j 

Rangera j 

Edmund Sclater Crofts, Major, Hampshire Regiment 

Charles James Austruther, 2 Major, h.p. 17 Lancers 

Stephen Leslie Noms, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles H. Thornton Whit&ker, Major, Yorkshire Light ) 

Infantry ) 

Norman Stuart Ogilvie, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Charles Vernon Hume, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery... 
Cuthbert Edward Goulbura, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery.. 

John Robert Barkly Da vidson , Major, Royal ArtiLlery 

Frederick Macdonald Close, Major, Royal Artillery 

Percy Henry Enthoven, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Furde Piison, Captain, Dublin Fusiliers (102 F.) 

p.s.c. William Ernest Fairholme, CMG. Major, Royal I 

Artillery / 

John Henry Balguy, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Lawrence Gardiner, Major, Royal Artillery 

Wilkinson Dent Bird, DSO. Captain, West Surrey Regiment 

Frederic Lewis Nathan, Major, Royal Artillery 

Wilfrid Heron Cummings, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles de Winton, Major, Hampshire Regiment 

George Richard Tyrell Rundle, Major, Roj-al Artillery 

Henry Edward Fane Goold-Adams, Major, Royal ) 

Artillery ) 

Charles Pears Fendall, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

John Lewes, Major, Royal Artillery 

*William Savoria, Major, Royal Malta Artillery 

Richard Allred PoerO'Shee, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Bryce Stewart, DSO. Major, Munster Fusiliers 

Henry Frederick Williams, Major, Munster Fusiliers 

Lewis Loyd Nicol, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Thomas Robert Haikness, Major, Royal Artillery 

Julian Arthur Labalmondiere, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Penrice Langley, Major, Royal Artillery 

Lionel Forde, Major'. Royal Artillery - 

Francis William Galbraith Tothill, Major, Royal Artillery 

Maurice Morgan Morris, Major, Royal' Artillery 

p.s.c. Colqnhoun Grant Morrison, Major, 1 Dragoons 

Frank Seymour Derham, Major, East Lancashire Regt.) 

(30 F.) j 

Charles Davis Guinness, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Osborn, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. George Duff Baker, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Kelly E"ans Johnston, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Cameron F. Somerville, Major, Royal Lancaster) 

Regiment . S 

Wdliam Frederick Cockburn, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Clarence Grant Taylor, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Somerset King, Major, Royal Engineers 

Walter Russell, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Sidney Smith Harvest. Major, Royal Marines 

Douglas Gordon Priuscp, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Edward Weigall, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Augustus Carletou, Major, Indian Army 

Vivian Waldegrave Hall Graham, Major, Suffolk Regiment. 

William James Knowles Dobbin, Major, Indian Army 

Ciiarlo6 Fulford Grantham, Major, Indian Army 

Victor Arthur Couper, Major, Ride Brigade 

Frederick Vaughan Jeffreys, Major, Royal Engineers 



CORNET 

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1 May 78 
14 Sept. 78 



n May 78 
13 Aug. 79 



22 Jan. 79 
4 Dec. 78 
31 Oct. 77 
17 Apr. 80 



1 Jan. 
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14 Jan. 80 



16 Feb. 

11 Aug. 
11 May 



22 Jan. 



9 May 23 



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16 Feb. 

6 Aug. 

13 Aug. 

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22 Jan. 79 



ir Aug. 
13 Oct. 
13 Oct. 
13 Aug. 



6 Oct. 76 

1 Oct. 76 

1 Oct. 80 

29 June 81 



6 Oct. 87 
6 Oct. 87 
28 Aug. 86 
17 Oct. 85 



1 Sept. 76 5 Apr. 86 

1 Dec. 80 7 Aug. 86 

13 Aug. QO 
29 May 91 

14 Sept. 92 

4 Mar. 93 
29 Aug. 96 

24 Aug. 87 
11 Oct. 79 8 Nov. 85 
13 Nov. 78 18 Feb. 84 
21 June 80 31 Aug. 87 



19 Feb. 81 
25 July 82 

6 Feb. 84 

15 Feb. 84 
29 Aug. 85 

2 Feb. 81 



11 Feb. 

1 July 
18 Dec. 
18 Dec. 
18 Dec. 

6 Apr. 

1 July 

6 Apr. 
22 Oct. 

1 July 

7 Apr. 
1 8 Dec. 
30 Apr. 

6 Apr. 
6 Apr. 
6 Apr. 
6 Apr. 
6 Apr. 
6 Apr. 
21 Apr. 

6 Apr. 

6 Apr. 
30 July 

1 Dec. 
30 July 
30 July 

■ July 
30 July 

30 July 

30 July 
30 July 
14 Jan. 

16 Feb. 

17 Apr. 

7 July 

29 June 

30 July 
30 July 
30 July 
30 July 
30 July 
30 July 

18 June 



1 Sept.86 

19 Nov. 88 
21 Dec. 8c 
21 Dec. 86 
10 Jan. 89 

6 June 87 

12 June S6 
29 Aug. 87 

7 Apr. 8 7 
29 Aug. 86 

6 Nov. " ' 
28 Mar. 89 

28 Apr. 84 

2 Sept.87 
21 Sept.87 
21 Sept.81 
21 Sept.87 
21 Sept.87 
21 Sept.87 

20 Dec. 96 

21 Sept.87 

21 Sept.87 
28 Sept.87 
1 Apr. 97 
1 Oct. 87 
1 Oct. 87 
15 Apr. 89 
1 Oct. 87 



HEN" 
MAJOR. PLACED ON 
HALT PAT. 

"6 Oct. 96 
[6 Ocr. 96 
7 Oct. 96 
t4 Oct. 96 

5 Nov, 96 16 Oct. 99 

18 Nov. 961 

18 Nov. 96 
18 Nov. 96 

18 Nov. 96 

18 Nov. 96 
18 Nov. 96 

25 Nov. 96 
4 Dec. 96 
12 Dec. 96 
14 Dec. 96 

16 Dec. 95 

20 Dec. 96 

21 Dec. 96 
21 Dec. 96 
31 Dec. 96 
20 Jan. 07 

12 Feb. 97 

24 Feb. 97 

10 Mar. 97 

27 Mar. 97 

3 Apr. 97 

Apr. 97 

Apr. 97 



79 1 Oct. 87 



. Oct. 87 
12 Oct. 87 
12 Oct. 92 
21 July 97 

3 July 87 
12 Aug. 87 

9 Mar. yo 
25 Oct. 87 
25 Oct. 37 
29 Oct. 87 
29 Oct. 87 
29 Oct. 87 
21 Dec. 87 
27 Mar. 89 



21 July So 1 June 85 

18 reb. 
18 Feb. 
18 Feb. 
18 Feb 



8o' 
80 
80': 
80 



19 Jan. 88 
19 Jan. 88 
2: Jan. 88 
31 Jan. 88 

1 July 81 21 May 88 



iS Feb. 

8 Feb. 

6 Apr. 

6 Apr. 

1 Sept. 
iS Feb. 

8 Feb. 

9 Oct. 
1 July 

5 Feb. 
1 Nov. 
1 July 

6 Apr. 



1 Feb. 88 
1 Feb. 88 
1 Apr. 89 
1 Apr. 89 

8 Feb. 89 
1 Mar. 88 
1 Mar. 88 

9 Oct. 88 
1 Sept.86 

13 Oct. 88 
6 Jan. 90 
9 Apr. 90 
1 Apr. 89 



1 June 01 



8 Apr. 97 
8 Apr. 97 
8 Apr. 97 
8 Apr. 97 
8 Apr. 97 
.-4 Apr. 97 
8 May 97 

18 May 07 

June 97 
June 97 
June 97 
June 97 
June 97 
June 97 
July 97 

3 July 97 
21 July 97 
21 July 97 

21 July 97 

22 July 97 
13 July 97 
28 July 97 
28 July 97 

1 Sept. 97 
1 Sept. 97 
1 Sept. 97 

1 Sept. 97 

2 Sept. 97 
15 Sept. 97 
15 Sept. 97 

23 Sept.97 

23 Sept.97 
28 Sept.97 
28 Sept.97 

28 Sept.97 

29 Sept.97 

1 Oct. 97 

1 Oct. 97 

1 Oct. 97 

1 Oct. 97 

Oct. 97 

Oct. 97 

Oct. 97 

Oct. 97 

Oct. 97 

Oct. 97 

Oct, 97 

Oct. 97 

Oct. 97 



58-62 



Majors. 



George Daniel Chamier, CMGt, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Bradley Roberts, Major, Royal Engineers 

Herbert Edward Porter, Major, Indian Army 

John Bernard, Major, Royal Marines 

Ernest Townshend, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Yorke Foster, Major, Royal Artillery 

Gilbert Edward Bryant, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hon. Rupert Tyrwhitt. Major, Royal Artillery 

Sausmarez Dobree Shortt, Major, Norfolk Regiment ) 

(9 P.) '■ \ 

Charles Clarke, Major, Royal Marines 

William Kirk, Major, 2 Dragoon Gnard3 

Vesey Thomas Bunbury, JDSO. Major, Leicestershire Regi- ~> 

ment(i7 Ft.) j 

Robert Franklin Allen, DSO. Major, Royal Engineers 

Percy Thuillier Westmorland, Major, Royal Warwickshire j 

Regiment ) 

Alfred Stokes, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Anthony Thos. Philip Hudson, Major, Manchester) 

Regiment j 

James Dallas, Major, Royal Engineers 

James Trevelyan Cotesworth, Major, Yorkshire Regiment ) 

(19 P-) i 

Arthur Hoskyr.s Festing, DSO. Captain, Irish Rifles 

Arthur Lance Tisdali, Major, Royal Artillery 

Louis Peile Carden, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Cochrane Hamilton, Major, Dragoon Guards 

Frederick Joseph Blakiston Priestley, Major, Indian '( 

Army j 

Charles Henry Kennedy, Major, Royal Marines 

Gerald Francis Mockler, Major, Oxfordshire Light ) 

Infantry (52 Ft.) j 

Henry Coape-.tniith, Captain, Indian Army 

Herbert Valentine Ravenscroft, Captain, Manchester 1 

Regiment ) 

Root. CLas. Ochiltree Stuart, Major, Rojal Artillery 

p.s.c. Noel Wilmot Houssemayne du Boulay, Major, \ 

Royal Artillery j 

p.s.c. Edward Maxwell Perceval, DSO. Major, Royal > 

Artillery *.... ] 

Percy Rice Mockler, Major, Royal Warwickshire Regi- '( 

ment (6 F.) j 

Leonard Shadwell Blackden, Major, West India Regiment 
William Griffith Grant, Major, Lincolnshire Regt. (10 F.)... 
Reginald Parker Grove, Major, Cheshire Regiment (22 F.) 

Andrew Mitchell Stuart, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Vero Biggs, DSO. Major, Royal Engineers 

George Edward Hamnett, Major, Army Service Corps 

John Fowle, Major, 21 Lancers 

Edmund Merceron Burton, Major, Royal Engineers 

Francis Allix Wilkinson, Major, Royal Fusiliers (7 F.) 

Martin Litchfield Tuke, Major, Royal Engineers 

George Here ward Cardevr, DSO. Major, Army Service ) 

Corps j 

Frederick Hume Oldfield, Major, Royal Engineers 

Douglas James Orr Taylor, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Camden Wiseinan-Clarke, Major, Royal Artillery... 
James Langford Pearse, Major, Shropshire Light Inf. ) 

(53 P.) ■ ) 

St. George Loftus Steele, Major, Indian Army 

William Giles, Major, Indian Army 

Mowbray 7 " Townshend Thomson, Major, Indian Army 

Thomas Elliott Carte, Major, Royal Artillery 

Biley Reginald Addiugton, Major, King's R. Rifles (60 F.) 
Adam Scott-Elliot, Major, Cameron Highlanders (79 F).... 

p.s.c. William Hely Bowes, Major, Scots Fusiliers 

Alex. Harry Colvin Birch, Major, Royal Artillery 

Fred. Charles Wood Rideout, Major, Indian Army 

Peicy Gerald Walker, Major, Indian Army 

p.s.c. John Gurwood King-King, DSO. Maior,West Surrey 1 

Regiment J 

Harry Dixon Grier, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Quin, Major h.p. Indian Army 

Arnold Hy. Grant Kemball, Captain, Indian Army 

John Lewes Parker, Major, Royal Artillery 

Harry Francis Holland, Captain, Indian Army 

Arthur Boyer H. Northcott, Major, Scots Fusiliers (21 F.) 
Charles Philip Scudamore, DSO. Major, Royal Scots ) 

Fusiliers (21 F.) j 

p.s.c. OflTey B. S. Fairless Shore, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Donald Baker, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Douglas Keith E. Hall, Major, Army Service Corps 

Wilfred Ironside Ryder, Major, Indian Army 

Alfred Edward Haig, Captain, King's Own Scottish Bord.... 

Charles E. de Manley Norie, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Robert Montagu Poore, 3 DSO. Major, 7 Hussars 

Walter Campbell, CVO. DSO. Captain, Gordon Highlanders 

Guy Melfort Baldwin, DSO. Captain, Indian Army 

William Reginald Arnold, Captain, Dorset Regiment (39 F.) 

Frederic George Lucas, DSO. Captain, Indian Army 

George Arthur James Leslie, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Francis Heale Taylor, Captain, h.p. from Indian Army 



COENBT, 
2nd LIEUT. 
OrEMSIQN. 



31 Jan. 80 



22 Jan. 79 

30 Jan. 78 

22 Jan. 79 
11 Feb. 88 



14 Sept. 

5 Feb. 

28 June 



WHBlf 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



Feb. 80 j 1 
Apr. 79 1 
Nov. 77 11 
Sept. 79 8 
Apr. 79 1 
Feb. 80 1 
Feb. 80 3 
July 79 10 

June 81 20 

: Sept. 79 8 
! Aug. 82^25 

> Oct. 8cj 1 

> Apr. 79 j 1 
) Sept. 82 28 
i Feb. 60 25 
) June 79 2 

> July 79 4 

> Mar. 80 1 1 

; July Sg'is 
(Feb. 80' 2t. 
! Feb. So 26 
; May 82:13 

o Jan. 78 6 Aug. 79 30 

Feb. 80 

Apr. 81 

Nov. 88 

May 92 

May 80 



19 May 80 
19 May 80 

Jan. 79:22 Apr. 81 
13 Aug. 



22 Jan. 
1 Aug. 



1 May 78 



:i Aug. 

:i May 
:i May 
:i May 



11 Aug. 

23 Oct. 

Aug. 



22 Jan. 
9 July 



11 Aug. 
11 Aug. 



23 Apr. 
22 Jan. 



!1 Nov. 
:4 Sept. 



5 Feb. 
S Dec. 



r6 Mar. 
5 Feb. 



7 Feb. 85 
22 Oct. 79 
27 Jan. 81 
30 July 79 
30 July 79 
15 Feb. 84 

1 July 81 
30 July 79 

1 July 81 
30 July 79 

9 Aug. 82 

30 July 79 

15 June 79 
19 May 80 

1 July 81 

17 May 79 
7 Aug. 80 

2 Nov. So 
19 May 80 

1 July 81 
1 July 81 
1 July 81 

27 July 80 
1 July 

16 Oct. 80 

10 Mar. 83 

25 July 82 
1 July 81 
1 July 81 
1 Oct. 82 
1 July 81 
1 July 81 

22 Oct. 81 

10 May 82 

1 Feb. 83 

14 Sept. 91 

23 Aug. 84 

4 Dec. 89 
9 May 85 

28 Apr. 86 

5 Dec. 90 
30 Jan. 86 

5 July 90 
25 Aug. 86 
28 Mar. 87 
21 Feb. 88 



Apr. 
Apr. 89 
Nov. 88 
Feb. 89 
Apr. 89 
Apr. 88 
Apr. 88 
Jan. 88j 

Sept. 861 

Feb. 89! 
July 88! 

July 87 

Apr. 89 

Aug. 89 

Apr. 88 

Oct. S7 

Apr. 89 

Jan. 88 

Jan. 98 
June 88 
June 88 
j une 88 

Jan. 89 

May 89 
June 88 
Feb. g8i 
Feb. 98 
Aug. 8S 



1 Nov. 

2 Nov. 
11 Nov. 
17 Nov. 

19 Nov. 

20 Nov. 

21 Nov. 
1 Dec. 



6 Dec. 97 

6 Dec. 
8 Dec. 



4 Aug. 
4 Aug. 

24 Feb. 

1 Apr . 
3 May 

19 Sept. 
17 Apr. 

3 May 

15 Feb. 
23 Nov. 

7 May 

14 May 

10 May 

11 Dec. 

21 May 
1 May 

13 Oct. 

31 Dec. 

11 May 
11 May 

11 May 
13 Sept. 

16 Apr. 

22 Oct. 

4 Oct. 
1 Apr. 

22 Jan. 
9 July 

12 Apr. 

20 June 
n Aug. 
11 Aug. 

7 Oct. 

23 Apr. 

15 Sept. 



17 Dec. 
19 Dec. 
2z Dec. 
25 Dec. 
1 Jan. 

1 Jan. 

:2 Jan. 

16 Jan. 
19 Jan. 
19 Jan. 
22 Jan. 

30 Jan. 

31 Jan. 

2 Feb. 
6 Feb. 

10 Feb. 
1 23 Feb. 

1 23 Feb. 
88 23 Feb. 

88 24 Feb. 

94 24 Feb. 
86ln Mar. 
85' 23 Mar. 

89 1 Apr. 
89: 1 Apr. 
90I 1 Apr. 
8 7 { 2 Apr. 
89; 4 Apr. 
87! 6 Apr. 
89' ;6 Apr. 

88' 17 Apr. 

89 19 Apr. 
89 1 May 

88] 4 May 

87] 11 May 

89:11 May 
89 1 n May 
8911 May 
88! 18 May 
90:18 May 
90! 19 May 
87; 20 May 
89 20 May 
ao|2o May 
90! 20 May 

91 20 May 

91 20 May 
91 20 May 
91 20 May 

91 20 May 

92 20 May 
92 '20 May 



98 



98 



98 



15 Sept. 92 



:o May 
1 Feb. 
1 Dec. 
•■3 Aug. 

22 Jan. 
9 May 
1 July 

11 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
18 Mar. 
25 Aug. 

23 Nov. 
5 Feb. 



2c May 

20 May 
20 May 
20 May 
20 May 
20 May ■ 
20 May 
20 May 
20 May 
20 May 
20 May 
20 May 
20 May 
20 May 



9 S 



Majors. 



63-72 



Hon. Charles Granville Brace, Captain, Indian Army 

Lambert J. Dopping-Hepenstal, Major, Royal Engineers... 

Alexander Grant, Major, Royal Engineers 

Courtney Heathcote Stisted, Major, Somerset Lt. Inf. (13F.) 

Edward Pole Brittan, Major, Royal Marine Artillery 

Fiennes Henry Crampton, Major, Roval Artillery 

Evelyn Pollock, Major, Roval Artillery 

Francis U. K Hunter, Major, South Wales Bordrs. (24 F.) 
Knox Edward Harris, Major, Dorsetshire Regiment > 

(39 F.) j 

Hiiaro William Wellesley Barlow, Maior, Royal Art 

William Reginald Wallwyn James, Major, Royal Artillery 
Francis Richard Loveband, Major, West India Regiment... 

Arthur E. Aveling Butcher, MVO. DSO. Major, R. Art 

Edward Hughes Hemming, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Morgan Hodder, Major, Royal Engineers 

Arthur Lyons Carroll, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Henry Stiverd Yores, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hugh Huleatt, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.s.c. Norman William Cuthbertson, Major, Black Watch... 

Robert Smelton Maclagan, Major, Royal Engineers 

Walter Goring, Major, 3 Hussars 

Norman Burrows, Captain, South Wales Borderers 

Henry Theodore Hawkins, Majar, Royal Artillery 

Henry Kellett Harley, DSO. Captain, 7 Hussars 

Arthur Lndovic Moleswonh, Major, Royal Artillery 

Wilfrid Lionel Brook-Smith, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Marshall Burt, Major, Royal Artillery 

Mossom Archibald Boyd, Major, Royal Engineers 

Arthur Bruce Chamberlin, Major (District Officer), Royal ) 

Artillery J 

Hugh Richard Tufnel!, Major, Gloucestershire Regiment ) 

(61 f.) .. ; 

Charles Dickson King, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edm. Somerville Forestief Walker, Major, Royal Artillery 

D'Arcy Brownlow Preston, Major, Royal Artillery 

Walter Edmund Kerrich, Major, Royal Artillery' 

Henry Arthur Bethell, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frederick John Angell, Maior, Army Ordnance Department 

Robert William M. Blake, Major, Scots Fusiliers (21 F.) 

p.s.e. Rowan H. Lee Warner, Major, Army Service Corps... 

Harald George Carlos Swayne, Major, Royal Engineers 

Sir Matthew Nathan, KCMG. Major, Royal Engineers 

Edward Sylvester Gillman, Major, South Wales Brdrs 

Charles Philip Martel, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charle< Stuart Meeres, Major, Royal Artillery 

John George Erskine Wynne, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Ernest English, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Dawson, Major, West Surrey Regiment (2 F.) 

Leonard George Watkitis, Major, Royal Artillery .' 

Ernest A. Gartside-Tippinge, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Peter King-Salter, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Harold Daniel E. Parsons, CMG. Major, Army Ordnance i 

Department ' f 

Alexander William Taylor, Major, West Surrey Regiment. 
Hon. William Lambton, DSO. Major, Coldstream Guards... 

Sidney Mercer Itenny, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frank Ernest Johnson, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

William Waudby Griffin, Major, Royal Artillery 

Fitzroy Tufton Holt Scott, Major', h.p. Royal Marines, , 

Barrack Master, 5 Aug. 04 ji 

Charles Moorehead Hamilton, Major, Bedfordshire Regt. ... 
Randall Charles Annesley Howe, Major, York and Lane. ) 

Regt ; / 

Henry Browse Scaile, Major, Sussex Regiment 

Valentine George Whitla.'lfu/or, 3 Hussars 

William Waugh Taylor Duhan, Major, Royal Artillery ... 
Gunning Morehead Campbell, Major, Royal Marine Art. ... 

Alexander Hugh Cowie, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.s.e. Arthur Benjamin Norton Churchill, Major, Royal ) 

Artillery j 

William Fleetwood Nash, DSO. Major, Border Regt. (34 F.) 

Malcolm Stewart Riach, Major, Cameron Highlanders 

Hy. Howard Bedingfeld, Major, Devonshire Regt. (n F.) 

Frank Henry Eadon, Major, 21 Lancers 

p.t.e. Alex. Beamish Hamilton, Major, K. O. Scot. Bordrs. ... 

p.t.c. Stanley Bird, Major, Royal Fusiliers 

Arthur Blewitt, Major, King's Royal Rifles 

Harry Neptune Sargent, DSO. Major, Army Service Corps 

Alexander James King, DSO. Major, Lancaster Regt 

Edgar Edwin Bernard, Major, Army Service Corps 

p.t.c. Oswald Henry Pedley, Major, Northumberland 1 

Fusiliers j 

Joseph John Asser, Captain, Dorsetshire Regiment 

Harry Gerald Keith Matchett, Capt. Connaught Rangers ... 
James Kiero Watson, CMG. DSO. Major, King's Royal ) 

Rifles j 

Edward Alexander Stanton, Captain, Oxfordshire Lt. Ini'!... 

Ernest Berdoe Wilkinson, Captain, Lincolnshire Regt 

Godfrey Eitcourt Matthews, Major, Royal Marines 

Malcolm Peake, CMG. Major, Rjyal Artillery 

William Horsley Persse, Major, 2 Dragoon Guards ........... 

Cecil Henry de Rougemont,' MVO. DSO. Major, Royal Art. 



COBNET, 

2nd LIEUT 
OrEIfStGN 

4 May 87 

: May 78 



2 July 75 
j 1 Aug. 80 



22Feb. 38 



17 Jan. 91 
16 July 90 



.'i June 79 



22 Jan. 81 
4 Dec. 78 



5 Oct. 78 



22 Jan. 81 



5 Oct. 78 
19 Oct. 78 
23 Oct. 80 



22 Jan. 81 
13 Aug. 79 
22 Jan. 81 



14 Sept. 87 
[4 Sept.87 



5 Feb. 87 



I Oct. 

July 

> July 

> Nov. 
Sept. 

(May 
l May 
1 Dec. 
: July 

1 May 

1 May 

! Dee. 

>May 

IFeb. 

Feb. 

M.y 

May 

Feb. 

Sept. 

Feb. 

Nov. 

Oct. 

May 

June 

May 

May 

May 

Feb. 



10 June 8 



4 May 98 
70 11 JuneBg 
79:21 June 89 
80 28 Dec. 86 

79 12 Oct. 89 
80(29 Oct. 88 
£0 29 Oct. 38 
80! 14 June 86 

Ri'25 Sept.89 

80 2 Nov. 88 
80J24 Nov. 88 
89 16 July 94 
80 29 Nov. 88 1 
So 25 June 89 
8c 25 June 89 
80 30 Nov. 88 ! 
80 30 Nov. 88' 
So 6 July 89 
82 : 7 Dec. 8S! 
80 20 July 89 
3.5 10 Apr. 91 
92' 13 July 98 
80 5 Dec. 88 
92 16 July 98 
So 8 Dec. 88 
80 21 Dec. 88 
80 31 Dec. S3 
80 J 20 July 89 

4 Apr. 91 



20 May 98 
22 May 98 
26 May 98 
14 June 93 

17 June 
iS June 98 

18 June 98 
25 June 

25 June 93 

26 June 98 

26 J'ine98 
28 June 98 

1 July 98 
1 July 9S 

1 July 98 

2 July 98 
2 July 9S 

co July 9S 

13 July 98 

14 July 90 
14 July 93 

14 July 98 

15 July 98 
17 July 98 

27 July qS 
1 Aug. . 

1 Aug. 98 
1 Aug. 98 

9 Aug, 



i Dec. 80 



19 May 
19 May 
19 May 
19 May 
19 July 

1 July 
27 Dec. 

7 Feb. 
1: Feb. 
19 May 

1 Jan. 
27 July 
27 July 
■7 July 
J7 July 
*2 Oct. 

27 July 
27 J"iy 

1 July 
10 May 
i" May 

6 Feb. 
27 July 
27 July 
27 July 

1 Sept. 

[2 Apr. 

1 July 

1 July 
6 .May 
!7 July 
1 Sept. 
9 May 

27 July 

1 July 
27 Jan. 

4 Feb: 

30 Jan. 
1 July 

-5 Aug. 
27 Jan. 
10 Nov. 
12 Nov. 
[4 Sept, 

1: Oct. 

31 July 
10 Nov. 

5 Apr. 

1 Jan. 
25 Nov. 
1 Sept. 
9 Dec. 

6 May 
29 Apr. 



31 May 
Sol 1 Jan. 
80 1 Jan. 
80 1 Jan. 
89 j 9 Jan. 

80 11 Jan. 

81 12 All-, 

80 1 6 Sept 



£r 



. 1 Apr. 
80 23 July 
80 31 July 
80 25 Oct. 
So 14 Jan. 
8° 1 1 Jan. 
80 14 Jan. 

80 14 Jan. 
8i , 24 Dec. 
Bo 14 .Ian. 
80(15 Feb. 

81 3 Sept, 

82 12 Apr. 

212 Apr. 
18 May 
is Feu. 

15 Feb. 

16 Feb. 



10 Aug. 98 

17 Aug. 
19 Aug. 
19 Aug. 
22 Au^. 
22 Aug. 98 

24 Aug. 9S 
2; Aug. 

25 Aug. 
1 Sept. 98 
1 Sept. 98 

7 Sept. 98 

8 Sept.gS 
8 Sept. 98 

89 8 Sept. 98 
3 y 8 Sept. 9 3 

90 13 Sept. 98 
89 14 Sept. 98 
89 14 Sept 
.90 28 Sept. 98 

9 1 29 Sept. 98 

9 1 29 Sept. 98 

92 29 Septus 
89 30 Sept. 98 
89 30 Sept. 98 
89, 6 Oct. 98 

20 Nov. 89' 6 Oct. 98 

6 July 



So 
79 
81 24 Aug. 

81 11 Not. 
851 9 Dec. 
80 ,6 Feb. 
80 23 Mar. 
" 6 Aug. 

18 Mar. 



0- 



20 Oct. 
7 Dec. 
6 Oct. 
6 Nov. 
«' 11 Dec. 

83 26 Mar. 
83 : 6 May 
86 7 Jan. 
84:27 July 

• 9°!i5 Oct. 

82 21 Dec. 

89! 5 May 
86 14 Aug. 

85:23 Sept. 
89 17 Mar. 
85 1 Sept. 
.84 15 Dec. 

84 5 Jan. 

85 6 Mar. 
85 1 Apr. 



8 7 |i2 0ct 

87 i 5 Oct 

89'i 5 0ct 
92 15 Oct 
8919 Oct. 98 
91 21 Oct. 98 
89 22 Oct. 98 

89 31 Oct. 98 

89 31 Oct. 98 
91 j 2 Nov. 98 
85 1 7 Nov. 98 
89 16 Nov. 98 
89 16 Nov. 98 
91 16 Nov. 98 

91 16 Nov. 98 

92 :6 Nov. 98 
92 16 Nov. 98 
92 16 Nov. 98 

92 16 Nov. 98 

93 16 Nov. 98 
93 16 Nov. 98 

93 16 Nov. 98 

94 16 Nov. 98 
94 16 Nov. 98 

94 16 Nov. 98 

95 16 Nov 98 
95 16 Nov. 98 
95 16 Nov. 98 



WHBS 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAT 



5 Aug. 04 



73-6 



Majors. 



2UdLIEUT. 



Douglas "Wilfred Churcher, Captain, Irish Fusiliers (87 F.) 

Arthur George Dwyer, Captain, East Surrey Regiment 

James Reynolds Maxwell Marsh, Captain, Lincoln Regt. ... 
Francis Alfred Earle, Captain, Warwickshire Regt. (6 F.)... 

John Campbell, Captain, Cameron Highlanders (79 F.) 

Charles JohnCorfield, Major, Indian Army 

James Clinton Hollway, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Acton Lambart Powell, Major, Royal Artillery... 

Edward Bickford, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Blaikie Brownlow, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hon. Robert French, Major, Gloucestershire Regt. (61 F.) 
Frederick Arthur Hayden, Major, West Riding Regiment 

Arthur Whyte Melville W'ilson, Major, "West India Regt 

Francis Maenamara Aitken, Major, Argyll & Sutherland ") 

Highlanders j 

p. i.e. Reginald John Pinney, Major, Royal Fusiliers 

Wilfred Edward Rowe, Major, West Kent Regiment (50 F.) 

Sir Henry Blyth Hill, Bart., Captain, Irish Fusiliers 

Gerald Neill Prendergasr, Major, King's R. Rifles (60 F.)... 

Robert George Strange, Major, Royal Artillery 

Percy Eyre Francis Hobbs, CMO. Major, Army Service ) 

Corps > 

Arthur John Mullins, Major, Royal Artillery 

Osbert Montague Roche Thackwell, Major, R. Engineers... 
EdwardFitzgeraidBrereton,D.S'O.Jl/a;'or,'NorthamptonRegt. 

Robert Joseph Cooke, Major, Cheshire Regiment 

Charles John Stanton, Major, Royal Fusiliers 

Frederick Herbert Yate, Major, Indian Army 

James William Caldwell Hutchinson, Major, Indian Army.. 
Leonard Wilkinson Cleveland Kerrich, Major, Indian Army 

Henry Fredk. Tucker Macartney, Major, IndianArmy 

William Anson Thompson, Major, Indian Army 

Geo. Fred. Chevenix-Treneh, Major, U.S. List Indian Army 
Ralph Francis Xavier M'Geoughi Bond, Major, R. Artillery 
Montgomery Launcelot Carleton, Major, Royal Artillery.'.. 
Edgar Garston Harrison, DSO. Captain, West Riding Regt. 
p.s.c. Ed. MabbottAVoodward, Major, Leicestershire Regt... 
Charles Heary Uvedale Price, DSO. Major, Indian Army 
William Cross Barratt, CMG. DSO. Major, Indian Army... 
Herbert Henry Austin, CMG. DSO. Captain, R. Engineers 
Cecil Francis Harrison, Major, E. Yorkshire Regt. (15 F.) 
Henry D'Alton Harkness, CB. Major, Welsh Regt. 169 F.)... 

p.s.c. Richard John Strachey, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Reginald Hoare, Major, 4 Hussars 

p.s.c. Fredk. Stanley Maude, DSO. Major, Coldstream Gds. 

Skipton Hill Climo, DSO. Captain, Indian Army 

James CorhetYaXe, DSO.Major, West Yorkshire Regt.(:4F.) 

Thomas Townley Macan, Major, Scottish Rifles 

Frederick W3-llie, Major, Indian Army 

Edward James Tickell, DSO. Major, 14 Hussars 

Allan Vesey Ussher, Major, Scottish Rifles 

Alan Mackenzie-Pendrill, Major, N. Stafford Regt. (64 F.) 
Alfred Granville Balfour, Major, Highland Licht Inf. (74 F.) 
Sir Horace W. M.'~S.lahon,Bart.,DSO.Capt. Welsh Fus.(23 F.) 
Geo. Edw. Begbie, DSO. Captain Highland Lisht Inf.(7i F.) 
Chas. Macpherson Dobell, DSO. Captain, Welsh Fus. (23F.) 

p.s.c. Archibald Crawford, Major, Royal Artillery 

Percy de Sausmarez Burney, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Hull, Major, Connaught Rangers 

Charles William Bowlby, Major, Connaught Rangers 

Nesbiit Breillat Hefl'eman, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Edward Montagu, Major, Suffolk Regiment (12 F.)... 
Edw.DurourePickard-Cambridge,3/u/oi-,Bedfordshire Regt. 
Bertram Witherby, Major, Yorkshire Lt. Infantry (51 F.)... 

George Olof Ross-Keppel, CIE. Major, Indian Army 

William Moore Lane, Major, Army Ordnance Dept 

Harold Hampden Rich, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. James Ridgeway Dyas, Major, Warwickshire Regt.... 

Charles Edward Baddeley, Major, Royal Engineers 

George Arthur French, Major, Army Service Corps 

Murray William Joseph Edye, Major, Army Service Corps. 
Thomas Davis, Major, Coast Battalion Royal Engineers ... 

*Edward Savona, Major, Royal Malta Artillery 

*Henry Alexander Balbi, Major, Royal Malta Artillery 

Peter Eden Dixon, Major, Royal Engineers j 

Cecil AValford Tribe, Major, Army Ordnance Department 

Cecil Hill, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Tyreli Shipley, Major, Royal Fusiliers 

Alfred Purcell Longfleld, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Francis Richard Maunsell, Major, Royal Artillery ... 
p.s.c. Herman Witsius Gore Graham, DSO. Major, 5 Lancers 
p.s.c. John MacNeil Walter, DSO. Major, Devonshire Regt. 
p.s.c. William John Bonus, DSO. Major, Dorsetshire Regt. 
Henry Roger Crompton-Roberts, l3 2W>0. Major, h.p. Gren. ) 

Guards ) 

William Charles Cox, Major, Somersetshire Light Infantry 

Rieardo Dartnell Petrie, Major, Royal Engineers I 

Thomas Edwin Scott, CIE.'DSO. Captain, Indian Army ... 
Henry Edward Napier, Major, Cheshire Regiment (22 F.).. 

Frederick Temple Cole, Major, Royal Artillery 

Skerrett Edward George Lawless, Major, Royal Artillery.. 

Rennell Percy-Smith, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. James Edward Edmonds, Major, Royal Engineers .. 



24 Apr. 
10 Nov. 
21 Sept 

9 Jan. 

4 Dec. 

4 Dec. 



13 Aug 
22 Jan. 



25 Aug. 
89 10 Aug. 

88 13 Jan. 

89 8 June 
92 1 Apr. 
78 22 Dec. 
78 . 7 Aug. 

27 May 
27 July 
27 July 

79' 1 Dec. 

81 1 July 
23 May 



CAPTAIN. 



31 Dec. 
91 14 Dec, 



19 Nov. 
6 Apr. 
19 May 
4 Dec. 
4 Dec. 
11 Jan. 
— 20 Mar. 
80' 26 Mar. 

80 1 Nov. 

81 1 Aug. 
85 4 Aug. 



9 July 79 1 July 81 

j 6 Feb. 84 

79 1 July 8: 

88 12 Nov. 9c 

1 10 May 8 2 

1 27 July Sc 



13 Aug 
10 Nov 



11 Aug. 
11 Aug. 



22 Jan. 
22 Jan. 
22 Jan. 
22 Jan. 
22 Jan. 
22 Jan. 



16 Feb. 
7 Aug, 
11 May 
22 Jan. 



11 Feb. 
13 Aug. 
23 Oct. 
22 Feb. 



19 Feb. 
6 Aug. 
6 Aug. 



10 Apr. 
20 Aug. 



13 Aug 
22 Jan. 



22 Jan. 
13 Aug. 



90 



22 Jan. 81 



31 Dec. 
14 Jan. 



14 Jan. 



j 1 Sept. 

27 July 

19 May 
12 Mar. 

1 July 
■ 14 May 

10 Feb. 

25 May 
1 Sept. 

29 Sept. 
16 Oct. 
18 June 
27 July 

26 July 
23 May 

9 Sept. 

22 Oct. 

5 Dec. 
16 Feb. 

1 July 
1 Nov. 
1 July 

30 Jan. 

6 Feb. 

11 July 
1 July 
1 July 

27 Dec. 

7 Feb. 
1 July 

28 Apr. 
1 July 

25 Nov. 
3 Feb. 
3 July 

6 July 

7 July 
1 July 
1 July 

23 Feb. 

22 Oct. 
6 June 

24 Jan. 

23 Aug. 
23 Feb. 
23 Feb. 

1 July 
•7 July 

1 Sept 
•g Aug. 

2 June 

20 Oct. 
14 Feb. 
23 Feb. 

12 Jan. 
23 Feb. 
23 Aug. 
23 Feh. 
23 Feb. 

5 Mar. 

26 Nov. 
9 Sept. 

6 Feb. 



2: Nov. 88 

8 Dec. 91 
16 Oct. 36 

9 Feb. 98 
16 July 90 

1 Apr. 



Apr. 90 i Jan. 



11 Aug. 
9 May 



83 

8 May 
lo 10 Aug. 

1 Sept. 
g Apr 

04:11 Dec. 
80^2 Jan. 
80 22 Jan. 
80,22 Jan. 
80 22 Jan. 

80 22 Jan. 

81 22 Jan. 

80 1 June 

81 26 Jan. 

85 1 Feb. 

82 18 May 
81 22 Oct. 

83 5 Dec. 
00 1 Oct. 
8 1 ' 2 May 
791 1 Aug, 
81 12 Aug, 

86 10 May 

84 23 Aug, 
89' 11 Feb. 
81 1 i Sept. 
81 22 June 

80 22 Feb. 
85 1 1 June 

81 2 Mar. 
So 23 Apr. 
81' 1 Nov. 
85 1 2 Apr. 
92! 15 Apr. 
92 ! 22 Feb. 
89 23 Feb. 
" 23 Feb. 

2 Dec. 

2 Dec. 
1 Aug. 

9 Mar. 
30 Sept 
:8 Nov. 

. 1 Sept. 

ii 14 Aug. 
Ji 24 Aug. 
81 4 Sept. 
80] 17 Dec. 
,82 20 June 

85 9 Oct. 
86 ] 1 Apr. 

1 Apr. 

1 Apr. 
17 Dec. 

3 Mar. 
17 Dec. 

2 Mar 

1 Sept. 

2 Sept. 
2 July 
: 3 Oct. 



89 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAY. 



16 Nov. 
16 Nov. 
16 Nov. 
16 Nov. 
16 Nov. 

4 Dec. 

4 Dec. 

6 Dec. 

9 Dec. 

9 Dec. 
12 Dec. 
14 Dec. 98 
14 Dec. 98 

21 Dec. 98 

21 Dec. 
23 Dec. 
26 Dec. 
29 Dec. 
1 Jan. 



98 j 



12 



Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

._ Jan. 

91 18 Jan. 
90 22 Jan. 
90 22 Jan. 
90 22 Jan. 
90 22 Jan. 
90 22 Jan. 
90 22 Jan. 

89 25 Jan. 

90 25 Jan. 

92 25 Jan. 
92 25 Jan. 
92 25 Jan. 
94 25 Jan. 
97 25 Jan. 
87 3 Feb. 
86 4 Feb. 



80 



82 21 June 



84 28 Oct. 95 3 May 09 29 Jan. 04 



July 81 
Feb. 81 
Dec. 89 
May 82 
.^Feb. 81 
23 Feb. 81 



91 4 Feb. 
93 4 Feb. 
95 5 Feb. 
99 12 Feb. 
88 15 Feb. 

91 15 Feb. 
90 22 Feb. 

92 22 Feb. 
92 25 Feb. 

88 6 Mar. 
90 8 Mar, 
95 8 Mar, 
97 8 Mar, 
99 8 Mar, 
81 10 liar, 
81 10 Mar. 

89 11 Mar. 
89 11 Mar. 
89 19 Mar. 
0r ) 22 Mar. 

.o/'23 Mar. 

84 26 Mar. 
95 30 Mar. 

1 Apr. 

1 Apr. 

1 Apr. 

1 Apr. 

1 Apr. 

1 Apr. 

1 Apr. 
96, 1 Apr. 
96' 1 Apr. 
89 4 Apr. 
86 5 Apr. 
89 5 Apr. 
92 5 Apr. 
.89 15 Apr. 
.89; 19 Apr. 
92-19 Apr. 

85 26 Apr. 
90:30 Apr. 



15 Sept.87,io May 99 
17 Dec. 89' 10 May 99 
9 May 90! 10 May 99 
23 Aug. 87I 14 May 99 
.'cu. 01 1 Oct. 89 15 May 99 
23 Feb. 81 1 Oct. 89 ; i5 May 99 
23 Feb. 81 1 Oct. 89,15 May 991 
26 July 81I18 Jan. 9o'2t May 99 



Majors. 



77 



[4 Jan. 
22 Jan. 
2? Jan. 



^ndLiKUT. 



Herbert "William Liddell Holman, Major, from h.p. Royal) 
Marines 5 

Frederick John Stewart Cleeve, Major, Royal Artillery 

Roland Martin Byne, Major, Royal Marines 

George Staunton", Major', Gordon Highlanders 

Hugh Fortescue Coleridge, DSO. Major, North Lan- ) 
cashire Regiment j 

George Victor Dauglish, Major, East Kent Regt. (3 F.) ... 

William Ross Morton, Major, Royal Engineers 

Herbert Stewart M'Cance Stanuell, Major, Scots Fusiliers 

Hon. Harold William Addington, Major, Royal Artillery ... 

Arch. Douglas Grabam Shelley, Major, R. Engineers 

Ludlow Tonson Bowles, Major, East Surrey Regiment} 
(31 F.) S 

Francis Glanville, -DSO. Major, Royal Engineers 

Herbert Slessor, Major, Royal Marine Artillery 

Aubrey Hamilton Cox, Major, Royal Marine Artillery 

John Strachey, Major, Indian Army 

Thomas L. W. Lucas, Major, Welsh Regiment (41 F.) 

Albert Sandeman Tyndale-Biscoe, Ma/or, Royal Artillery... 

"William Montague Ellis, Major, Royal Engineers 

KennethMacUenzieDrunimond,Jf«/'o>-,LeinsterRegt. (1C9F.) 

William Arthur Robinson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Clavell Thring, Major, Army Service Corps 

Walter Graham Murray, Major, 3 Hussars 

Patrick Moir Byres, Captain, 1 Dragoon Guards 

Richard Stuart Alexander, Major, Indian Army 

Henry Tufton Godden, DSO. J/«/or,Bedfordshire Regiment | 
(16F.) / 

Charles Blakeway Little, Major, Somerset Light Infanti- 
lis F.) 

"William Pearson Davison, Major, Irish Fusiliers (87 F.) 

Arthur Hope Van Straubenzee, Major, Royal Engineers 

Alfred Capel-Cure, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Albert Bramhall, Maji r, Army Service Corps ... 

p.*.c. Edmund R. O. Ludlow, Major, Army Service Corps 

Francis "William Dawson, Major, Indian Army 

Richard Pasley Colomb, Major, Indian Army 

"William Paul Anderson, Major, Indian Army 

Reginald Mandeville Rodwell, Major, Royal Artillery 

Eliys William Walton, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.s.c. Lewis Conway-Gordon, Ma/or, Royal MarineArtillery 

George Herbert Weller, Major, Indian Army 

Harry John Bremner, Major, Indian Army 

John Murchison Fleming, Major, Indian Army 

John Lampen, Major, Indian Army 

James Robert Dunlop-Smith, CIE. Major, Indian Army ... 

Rolland Frederick Hart Anderson, Major, Indian Army 

Lindsay Sherwood Newmareh, Major, Indian Army 

Edward James Carter, Major, Indian Army 

Edmund Boteler Burton, Major, Indian Army 

"William Prior, Major, Indian Army 

John Russell Colquhoun Colvin, Major, Indian Army 

Mark Ralph Payne Audain, Major, Army Ordnance Dept.... 

John Joseph MacMahon, Major, Royal Artillery 

Evelyn Linzee Engleheart, Major, Welsh Fusiliers (23 F.) 

Thomas Wm. Guy Bryan, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. William Evelyn O'Leary, Major, Irish Rifles 

p. » c. Louis Hay Ducrot, Major, Royal Artillery 

Aithur M. Bulkeley Jones, Major, 20 Hussars 

Bernard Francis Drake, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Gustave Vincent, Major, Royal Marines 

Charles Aug. Mustpratt-Williams, Major, Royal Artillery ... 

Charles William Richardson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Darracott Scott, Major, Ro.>al Artillery 

John Alder Burdon, CMS. Captain, Cameron Highlanders... 

Charles Louis Gordon, Major, Royal Marines 

Bernard RusseJI Dietz, Major, 7 Dragoon Guards 

William John Daniell Dundee, Major, Royal Engineers ... 

Arthur Lewis Caldwell, Major, Army Service Corps 

Charles Wallis King, Major, Army Service Corps 

Edward Thornton liutta'nshaw, Major, Army Serv. Corps.. 

Herbert Rowett Henry Jack, CMCt. Major, Army Service) 
Corps .' S 

Edward Charles B irtlett Roe, Major, Royal Marines 

Herbert de TouL'reville Phillips, Major, Royal Artillery 

Melville Walker, Ma/or, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Handley, Major, Royal Artillery 

Lewis Jones, Major, Royal Engineers 

James Kdwin O'Hora Hamilton, Major, Royal Engineers .. 

Shafto Longfield Craster, Major, Royal Engineers 

Francis John Fowler, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Landon Dealtry Jackson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis Slater Picot, Major (fiom Wiltshire' Regiment, j 
99 F.) ; Governor Military Prison, Deoonport / 

Sydney Belfield, Ma ; or, Royal Artillery 

Herbert Algernon Brendon, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Austen Vigne, Major, Royal Artillery 

Victor Frederick Wm. Augustus' Paget, Major, Royal Art... 

p.s.c. John Francis Cadell, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Browning Harrison Askwith, Major, Royal Aitillery.. 

Stanley Charles Gough, Major, Indian Army 



22 Feb. 79 



23 Oct. 80 



2 July 
13 July 



}o Jan. 
23 Oct. 
9 July 

13 Aug. 

23 Oct. 

3 Oct. 



23 July 
23 July 

o Aug. 



'3 Aug. 
13 Aug. 
13 Aug. 
13 Aug. 
13 Aug. 
Aug. 
13 Aug. 
1 3 Aug. 
13 Aug. 
13 Aug. 
13 Aug. 
23 Oct. 



22 Jan. 8 



23 Aug. 9 



1 Feb. 81 



23 Feb. 
1 Sept. 
1 July 

1 July 

1 July 
26 July 

18 Apr. 
23 Feb. 

6 July 

9 Apr. 

26 July 

1 Sept. 
1 Sept. 

19 Feb. 
11 Feb. 

6 July 
26 July 

22 Oct. 
15 Feb. 

1 Sept, 

23 May 
19 Aug. 

1 July 

29 Apr. 



CAPTAIN. 



2i Apr. 

1 Oct. 

31 May 

18 Jan. 

1 July 

1 Nov. 
25 Jan. 
23 Jan. 

9 Oct. 

t Feb. 

14 Dec. 

19 Apr. 
12 June 

1 Sept. 

2 July 
11 Aug. 

1 Nov. 
6 May 
10 Oct. 
19 Jan. 
86 7 July 
oi 2; May 

81 

S. 



90 



23 May 99 

-„ 25 May 99 
90 26 May 99 
5 °-8 May 99 

87 3 June 99 



1 July 81 

1 July 81 
jo Julv £1 
>6 July 81 
Aug. 85 
Aug. 83 



29 

2 9 __. 
79 9 Oct. 
791 1 July 
79i 1 July 

26 July 

22 Feb. 
1 Sept, 

79 5 May 
79 25 May 
79 21 June 
79J21 Aug. 
79 2 Feb. 
79126 Fob. 
79! 1 June 
79 1 July 
79 1 July 
79 1 July 
79 1 July 
- 1 July 

23 Feb. 

9 Sept. 
26 July 

1 July 
26 July 
31 Oct. 
26 July 

1 Sept. 
26 July 
26 July 
2b July 
26 Oct. 

1 Sept, 
30 Jan. 

22 Feb. 

10 Mar. 
29 Dec. 

23 Aug. 



17 May 
9 July 

7 Mar. 



3 June 99 
3 June 99 
6 June 99 
S June 90 

9 June 00 

21 June 99 

.1 June 99 

22 June 90 
j 1 July 99 

90 2 July 99 
86 s July 99 

89 5 July 99 

90 7 July 99 
8S 8 July 99 
93: 8 July 99 
9 5 S July 99 
96) 8 July 99 
99 1 8 July 99 
90 9 July 99 

10 July 99 



15 Sept. 87 

23 Feb. 88 

10 May T 90 



12 July 99 
12 July 99 
6 July 90 



1 Nov. 80 19 July 99 

15 Feb. 91120 July 99 

1 July 91^20 July 99 

_ 23 July 90:23 July 9c 

12) July 9023 July 99 

6 Aug. 90I f> Aug. 99 

13 Nov. 89 9 Aug. 99 

29June9o| y Aug. 99 

6 Feb 92110 Aug. 99 

13 Aug. 90 13 Aug. 99 

,. 13 Aug.9o;i 3 Aug. 99 

80J13 Aug. 90! 13 Aug. 99 

80113 Aug. 90 13 Aug. 99 

81 13 Aug. 90I13 Aug. 99 

3i 13 Aug. 9o]i3 An.'. 99 

S1J13 Aug. 90; 1 3 Aug. 99 

81 13 Aug.90 13 Aug. 99 

13 Aug. 90 13 Aug. 99 

13 Aug. 9013 Aug. 99 

3 Aug. 90 13 Aug. 99 



80 



PLACED ON 
SALF PAT. 



14 May 84 

1 Sept. 81 
23 Feb. 8 
26 July 8 
26 July 81 
22 Feb. 82 
22 Feb. 82 
22 Feb. 82 

25 Aug. 83 

26 July 8 



23 Oct. 8< 



11 Oct. 79 



15 Feb. 

1 Oct. 
6 Apr. 91 

13 Nov. 89 
28 May 87 
30 Nov. 89 
11 Dec. 89 
20 Dec. Sy 
i July 90 

2 Dec. 89 
2 Dec. 89 
io Dec. 89 
13 Sept. 99 

Aug. 00 

19 Apr. 96 
30 June 90 

1 July 91 
1 July 91 
1 July 91 

1 July 91 

16 Aug. 90 

1 July 89 

20 Dec. 89 
20 Dec. 89 

2 July 90 
6 July 90 

3 Aug. 91 
25 Aug. 94 

1 Jan. 90 



Mar. 81 



26 July 8 
26 July 8 
26 July 8 
26 July 8 1 
22 Feb. 82 
22 Feb. 82 



6 Aug. 99 
19 Aug. 99 
21 Aug. 99 

26 Aug. 99 

30 Aug. 99 

31 Aug. 99 
9 Sept. 99 
9 Sept. 99 

11 Sept. 99 
13 Sept. 99 
13 Sept. 99 

13 Sept. 99 

14 Sept. 99 
17 Sept. 99 

19 Sept. 99 

20 Sept. 99 
20 Sept. 99 
20 Sept. 99 
20 Sept. 99 

20 Sept. 99 

25 Sept. 99 

27 Sept. 99 
7 Sept. 99 
1 Oct 99 
1 Oct. 99 
1 Oct. 99 
4 Oct. 99 

4 Oct. 99 

5 Oct. 99 



1 July 88 

1 Jan. 90 
4 Jan. 90 
15 Jan. 9< 
ji Mar. 90 

1 Apr. 90 

2 Apr. 00 



t July 81 11 Oct. 90 



9 Oct. 

9 Oct. 
9 Oct. 
9 Oct. 
9 Oct. 
9 Oct. 
9 Oct 



11 Oct. 99 



78 



Majors. 



James Francis Erskine, Major, Scots Guards 

Ivone Kirkpatrick, Major, South Staffordshire Regiment . 

Edmund Graham Snow, Major. North Staffordshire Regt.. 

p.s.c. Oliver S.Wood Nugent, DSO. Major, King's Royal' 
Rifles 

Edward Peter Strickland, DSO. Captain, Norfolk Regt 

Charles J. Lloyd Davidson, Major, Inniskilling Fus. (27 F.). 

John David Jones Bishop, Major, Gloucester Regiment 

p.s.c. Francis Arthur Molony, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.s.c. Edward Thornton Taylor, Major, Cheshire Regiment. 

Herbert Southey Neville White, Major, Royal Marines 

William Gurdon, Major, Royal Artillery .". 

Alexander Donald Charters Fond, Major, Indian Army .... 

William' George Ranger Cordue, Major, Royal Engineers. 

Thomas Bowman Nowlan, Major, Royal Artillery 

Maldion Byron Bicknell, Major, Royal Artillery 

John H. Verinder Crowe, Major, Roj'al Artillery 

James Molesworth Wade, Major, Royal Engineers 

Guy Audouin Carleton, DSO. Major, Lancaster Regiment.. 

Alfred Edmund Marchaut, C3., Major, Royal Marines 

Claude Cambridge Tennant, Major, Indian Army 

Anthony Holbeche Short. Major, Ro3*al Artillery 

Thomas St. Clair Davidson, DSO. Major. Leinster Regt 

Henry West Hodgson, Major, 15 Hussars 

p.s.c. Cecil Stanley Owen Monck, Major, Colds' ream Gds... 

Arthur Reade Braid, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Marcus Yunge-Bateman, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Ernest Edward Curtoys, Major, Royal Marines 

William Kelty M'Leod. Major, Royal Artillery 

Reginald L'E. M'Kerrell, Major, Argyll&SutherlandHlds... 
James Deane, Major, Black Watch 

Thomas Irvine, Major, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders.. 
Bernard Rowland Ward, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Cecil Petre, Major, Rifle Brigade 

p.s.c. John Leathley Armitage, Major, Inniskilling Fua 

Richard Geo.Tyndall Bright, CM9. Captain, Rifle Brigade.. 
Charles Vesey Hurnphrys, Major, West Riding Regiment.. 

Francis Buchanan Johnstone, DSO. Major, Royal Art 

Charles Hammond Hutchinson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Sherwood Dighton Browne, Major, Royal Artillery 

Graeme Sym Duffus, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Francis Woodford, Major, York & Lane. Regt 

Edward Florance Hoblyn, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Walker Ormiston, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Cecil Dowell, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hugh Sandham Jeudvvine, Major, Royal Artillery 

Herbert Edward Bruce Lane, Major, Royal Artillery 

Downward Percival Lea Birch, Major, Royal Artillery , 

p.s.c. Leonard Julius Shadwell, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers 

Frederick Brydges Major Henniker, Major, King's 

Royal Rifles '( 60 F.) 

Slade Thomson, Maior, Gordon Highlanders 

Charles Davidson, Major, Indian Army 

David Montgomery Thompson, Major, Indian Army 

George Murray, Major, Indian Army 

Douglas Craven Phillott, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Vincent Hatch, Major, Indian Army 

Frank James Brook Campbell, Major, Indian Army 

Hugh David M'Intyre, Major, Indian Army 

Clement George Parsons, Major, Indian Army 

Francis William John Caulfeild, Major, Indian Army 

Halford Claude Vaughan Harrison, Major, Ro3 r al Artillery 

Charles Trevor Caulfeild, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Unett Coates, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Herbert Hussey, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hans Stannard White, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Godby, Major, Royal Engineers 

Antoine Domir ique Thome, Major, Lancaster Regiment... 
Herbert Cokayne Frith, Major, Somerset Light Inlantry... 
Wilfred George Howard Marshall, Major, Grenadier Gds. 

Lionel Combe, Major, Scottish Rifles 

Thomas Hugh Smith, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Henry Macintire Hitchins, Major, Indian Army .... 
George Frederick Dashwood Hamilton, M ajar, Ind. Army... 

Edward Ross Hartigan, Major, Indian Army 

Herbert Alexander Kaye Jennings, Major, R. Artillery ...... 

Hugh Robert Adair, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Crawford Stevenson, Maior, Royal Artillery 

Son. Algernon Hy. Charles Hanbury-Tracy, Capt. Royal | 

Horse Guards / 

James Henry Gideon, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers 

Robert St. Clair Lecky, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Davidson Young, Major, Royal Artillery 

Algernon D'Aguilar King, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Arthur William Gay, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

William Charles Alfred Radcliffe, Major, Royal Artillery... 

Russell Dunmore Gubbins, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Hugh Butler, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Fanshawe Fox, DSO. Major, Royaf Artillery 

Edward Henry Cox, DSO. Major, Royal Fusiliers 

John Ernest Bush, Major, Durham Light Inlantry (106 F.)... 

Llewellyn Humffreys Parry, Major, Royal Artillery 

Bertram Percy Portal, DSO. Major, 17 Lancers 



2ndLIEUT. LIEUT. CAPTAIN. | MAJOB. 



23 Oct. 80 



10 Nov. 

13 AUg. /y 

14 Jan. 80 



79 



1 Nov. 79 



14 Jan, 80 
:6 Nov. 79 



6 Feb. 89 



9Sent.8z 5 Feb. 96,11 Oct. 99 

1 July 81 5 May 88 16 Oct. 99 

10 May 82 21 Mar. 91 16 Oct. 99 

29 July 82 15 Oct. 90 21 Oct, 

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29 Apr. 9: 

i July 8 

July " 



99 
>i 21 Oct. 99 22 Oct. 99 
!i 1 Feb. 88 24 Oct. 99 

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9 Aug 

1 Sept. 82 
26 July 81 
12 Feb. 81 

25 July 82 

26 July 81 
22 Fe 1 !. 82 

i2 Feb. 82 1 
■5 July 82 1 
1 July 81 
1 Sept." 



1 July 81 



Feb. 02 30 
Dec. 83 i2 

Mar. 91 10 
Aug. " 
July 

Feb. 82 12 
Sept.8: 




PLACED OK 



25 Oct. 99 



25 Julv 82 22 Oct. 9027 Oct. 99 
°- 17 Sept. 87 28 Oct. 99 
1 June 92 29 Oct. 99 
19 Mar. 90I 1 Nov. 96 
1 Nov. 90 1 Nov. 99 
1 Jan. 91 1 3 Nov. 99 

1 Apr. 90 1 7 Nov. 99 

2 Apr. 90' 7 Nov. 99 
[7 Apr. 90 13 Nov. 99 
[5 Jan. 91 is Nov. 99 1 
u May 88|25 Nov. 99 

1 A.ug. 90 26 Nov. 99] 
00 2-7 Nov. col 



26 Nov. 90 27 Nov. go 



r»ov. 90 27 ^ov. go 
Apr. 90! 29 Nov. 99 
Jan. 90I29 Nov. 99 
July 95(29 Nov. 99 
Aug. 95, 1 Dec. 99 
May 90, 4 Dec. m 



1* May 90 

1* iS July 02 

12 20 May 90 

- o Mar. 89 

T - 



22 Jan. 81 

1 1 Oct. 79 
18 June"~ 



l 1 "<*"• uw 

14 Jan. 80 
14 Jan. 80 
14 Jan. 80 
14 Jan. 80 
14 Jan. 8 
14 Jan. 80 
14 Jan. 80 



92 20 Feb. 9 
9 Sept.S 
22 Feb. 8 
22 Feb. 82 
22 Feb. 82 
27 June 82 
14 Jan. 8c 1 July 81 
22 Feb. 82 
22 Feb. 82 
22 Feb. 82 
22 Feb. 82 
25 July 82 1 
25 July 82 2 
29 July 8- - 



23 Oct. 80 



,1 Jan. 
;i Jan. uu 
1 Jan. 80 



1 8 Mar. 89 12 Dec. 99 

I3 5 June 90(12 Dec. 99 

: 1 May 89 13 Dec. 99 

■ 15 Jan. 91 J 15 Dec. 99 

1 Dec. 91 1 16 Dec. 99 

17 Oct. 88 17 Dec. 99 

—\ 17 Dec. 99 

18 Dec. 99 

18 Dec. 99 

18 Dec. 99 

18 Dec. 99 

■8 Dec. 99 



-.j 16 Dec. 99 
2 19 Sept.88 
I2 23 May 90 
1 Aug. 90 
1 Sept. 90 
10 Jan. 91 
1 Aug. °° 



9 Sept.S 



9 oefju. o c o 

14 Jan. 80 1 Dec. 80 14 
14 Jan. 80 23 May 81 14 



1 j uxy 01 14 dan. 
1 July 81 14 Jan. 
1 July 81 14 Jan. 
1 Julv 8 1 14 Jan. 



... 99 
5 Dec. 99 
7 Dec. 99 
9 Dec. 99 
2 Dec. 99 



1 Aug. 88! 23 Dec. 99 

30 Apr. 90 1 3 Jan. 00 
i2 May 90! 3 Jan. 00 

31 Dec. 90! 3 Jan. 00 
1 Jan. 91 J 3 Jan. 00 



— 9 

13 Feb. 91 

;6 Feb. 91 

„ 25 Sept.89 

17 Jan. 83 20 Nov. 



90 
Apr. 92 



3 -— — ■ 
3 Jan. 00 

3 Jan. 00 

4 Jan. 00 
7 Jan. 00 

7 Jan. 00 

9 Jan. 00 



Jan. 91 14 Jan. 
Jan. 91 14 Jan. 
Jan. 91 1 14 Jan. 



May 8 

July 81 14 „„ 

July 81 14 Jan. 9 r 14 Jan. 

~ 91I14 Jan. 

91 1 14 Jan. 

Jan. 

... Jan. 

Jan. 91 {14 Jan. 



00 

_. 00 

Jan. 91 114 Jan. 00 

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00 



1 duly 8114 dan. 91(14 d 

1 July 81 14 Jan. 91(14 J 

1 July 81 14 Jan. 91,14 J 

1 July 3i 14 Jan. 91:14 J; 

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.., 61 14 Jan. 91 j 14 Jan, 
._, July 82 10 Feb. 91117 Jan. 
>3 July 82 10 Feb. 91I23 Jan. 00 



5 d ui.y o-' ioxcu. ^.,-j ..— . 
5 July 82 13 Feb. 91 23 Jan. — 
w 91 23 Jan. 00 
91 23 Jan. 00 
-j 91 24 Jan. 00 
July 81 2 Oct. 88 25 Jan. 00 
Jan. 82 23 Sept.87 27 Jan. 00 

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■.5 July 82 28 Feb. 
is July 82 ii Mar 



1 Oct. 82 



Jan. 82 23 Sept.87 27 Jan. 00 
Aug. 84 23 Jan. 96 28 Jan. 00 
Mar. 83 29 Apr. 92 29 Jan. 00 
Feb. 81 31 Jan. 91 31 Jan. 00 



4 May 



3 Mar. 81 31 Jan. 9 

1 July 81 31 Jan. 

1 Feb. So 1 Feb. 9 
^5 July 82 2 July 91 
25 July 82 25 July 91 
25 July 82 25 July 91 

•8 Dec. 92 18 Apr. 94 21 Feb. 00 

22 Oct. 81 31 July 9c 
25 July 82 3 June 91 
25 July 22 30 July 91 
25 July 82 23 Sept. 91 

1 Oct. 82 r Oct. 91 3 ^ v 

1 Oct. 82 7 Oct. 91 3 Feb. 00 
1 Oct. 82 22 Oct. 91 - 
1 Oct. 82 1 Nov. 91 

1 Oct. 82 4 Nov. 91 3 

12 Nov. 84 15 Mar. 92 3 

23 Oct. 80 1 July 8117 Apr. 89 7 

25 July 82 3 Sept.91 7 

29 Aug. 85 1 Jan. 95 8 



,_ 29 Jan. 00 

1 31 Jan. 00 

i 31 Jan. 00 

1 31 Jan. 

1 Feb. „ 

1 Feb. 00 

1 Feb. 00 

1 Feb. 00 

2 Feb. 00 

3 Feb. 00 
3 Feb. 00 
3 Feb. 00 
3 Feb. 00 
3 Feb. 00 



Feb 
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Feb. - 
Feb. 00 
Feb. 00 
Feb. 00 
Feb. 00 



Majors. 



79 



2nd lieut 



David Augustus Hailes, Major. Royal Marines 

Ludovic Seymour Gordon-Ciimming, Major, Notts and> 

Derby Regiment ) 

Evelyn Rivers Henry Josias Cloete, Major, Royal Artillery... 

p.$.c. William Alleyne Macbean, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Cunliffe OweD, Major, Royal Artillery 

Richard William Breeks, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Frederick Herbert, l» Major, h.p. Royal Artillery.., 
Algernon Hamilton Staunu3 Goff, Major, Royal Artillery ... 

James Berkley, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Minchin Ferrar, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Rice Knox, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

Philin Easson Gray, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edmund Perceval Smith, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Henry Onslow, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Gordon decides, Major, Riyal Artillery 

Alexander Lnmond Walker, Major. Royal Artillery 

Henry Cunliffe Williams-Wynn, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hon. Francis Richard Bingham, Major, Royal Artillery 

Lochinvar Alex. Chas. Gordon, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

Hector Corbyn, Major, Royal Artillery 

Lawrence George Frank Gordon, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry George Sandilands, Major, Royal Artillery 

Stephen Lushington, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Hopewell Ford, Major, Royal Artillery 

Harry Norton Schofield, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles William Gwynn, CMG. DSO. Captain, Royal Eng. 
G. Walter WreySavile, i»SO.: Major, Middlesex Regt. (77 F.).. 

Louis St. Clair Nicholson, Major, Liverpool Regiment 

Cyril Henry LeighJarnes,3/a/or,Northumberland Fusiliers.. 
p.s.c. Edw.Severm Heard, J/ty'^r, Northumberland Fusiliers.. 

Douglas Sapte, Major, Northumberland FusiUers (5 F.) 

Clinton Cortlar.dt Anderson, Major, Indian Army 

Chas. Newman Evelegh, Major, Duke of Cornwall's Lt. Inf.... 

Arthur Steuart Palmer, Major, Army Ordnance Dept 

Carleton H. Morrison Kirkwood, DSO. Major, Wiltshire) 

Regiment j 

Charles Gerard Barton, DSO. Major, Lancaster Regiment... 

Thos. Rawdon Rattray Ward, Major, West York Regt 

Ernert Herbert John Reay, Major, Wiltshire Regiment I 

p.n.c.Harry 0. Devereux Hickman, 3/<y7jr,Inniskilling Fus. .. 

Edward Leigh Holloway, Major, Indian Army ; 

Archibald Hawksley Rutherford, Major, Dublin Fusiliers ... 

Godfrey Leicester Hibbert, Major, Lancaster Regiment 

DonaldGuy Prendergast, JiV//or, S.Lancashire Regt. (82 F.)... 

Herbert Vaughan Kent, Major, Royal Engine* rs 

Charles Newsham Trotman, Major, Royal Marines 

James George Fair, DSO. Major, 21 Lancers 

Hepworth Arthur Hill, Major, West India Regiment 

Edward Silver Strickland, Major, Dublin Fusiliers 

Frederic James Heyworth, DSO. Major, Scots Guards 

George Bohun Mncauley, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Harry Campbell Chads, iWa>r,SouthSt'affordshireRegiment... 

Godfrey Massy, Major, Norfolk Regiment 

Lionel Grant Oliver, Major, Middlesex Regiment 

Francis Jas. Leigh Howard, Captain, Army Service Corps... 

Charles Robert Dyer, Major, Middlesex Regiment 

Gerald Ayimer Cox, Major, Royal Marines 

Lancelot Graham, Major, Royal Artillery 

James M'Call Maxwell, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.i.c. Disney John Monzies Fasson, Major, Roj-al Artillerv.. 
p.».c. William Thomas Furse, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery .. 

George Heasing Geddes, Major, RoyalArtillery 

j>.8.e. Archibald Samuel Dunlop, Major, Royal' Artillery 

Charles Harold Kilner, Major, Royal Artillery 

Ernest Moncrief Lachlan, Major, Royal Artillery.. ....... ......... 

Capel Mol.yneux Brunker, DSO. Major, .Lancashire Fus 

Harry Francis Pakenham, Major, King's Royal Rifles 

Julius Henry Goodwyn, Major, Welsh Regiment (69 F.) 

Arthur Reg. Hoskins, DSO. Captain, N. Stafford Regt.(o3 F.)... 
Cecil Richard Robyns Malone, Major, Worcester Regiment . 
Hugh de Berdt-Hovell, DSO. Major, Worcestershire Regt.... 

Eyre Houston, Major, Royal Engineers 

Philip Orde Sandilands, Major, Army Service Corps 

Burdeti Edward Morony, Major, Roval Engineers 

William Baker Brown, Major, Royal Engineers 

Edward Shewell Cooper, Major, Royal Artille-y .................. 

Arthur Slade Baker, Major, Royal Artillery ...'. ...... 

John Irvine Laug, Major, Royal Engineers 

Walter Gray Lawrie, Major, Royal Engineers 

David Melville Baljington, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Bruce Foote, Major, Royal Artillerv- ......... 

Ar;_ ,;i 1 : I .rku 1 E/intSr, Ml,r;,~. K,?\ ;1 Ecglnasra 

Wil iam Whicier Cooksoti, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles 'I hvrnljill JL-ill Mc;or' E >al Artillarv 

Francis Torriano Fish-r, Major, Royal Artillery ... ...... 

Harold Carbon Wetherall Eteson, Major, Royal Artillery""!! 

Francis Her.ry Synge Giles, Major, Royal Artillery 

Ham- 1 r: - :., M :;- r Royal Enginiirs 

John Spottiswoode Purvis, Major, Royal Engineers'....!!....!! 
Fred. George FraDcis Browne, Major, Warwick Regiment... 
Arthur Edwin Cuming, Major, Army Service Corps 



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22 Oct. 81 20 Feb. 89 



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14 Feb. 83 
14 Feb. 83 
14 Feb. 83 
14 Feb. 83 
14 Feb. 83 
14 Feb. 83 
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28 July 83 10 Aug. 92 
28 July S3 15 Aug. 92 
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15 Feb. 84 18 Jan. 93 
15 Feb. 84! 19 Jan. 93 
15 Feb. 841 1 Feb. 93 
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1 July 81 

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19 Aug. 91 27 Feb. 00 
22 Jan. 9o!28 Feb. 00 
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I 1 Sept. 82 
15 Feb. 84 
IS Feb. 84 
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5 July 84 
5 July 84 
5 July 84 
5 July 84 

5 July 34 
1 July 81 

6 Feb. 84 
1 Dec. 80 
9 Jan. 95 
Sept. 82 

Feb. 84 
14 Feb. 83 
10 Mar. 83 
14 Feb. 83 
14 Feb. 83 
2^ July 82 

1 Oct. 8a 
26 June 83 
28 July 83 

1 Oct. 92 
1 Oct. 8j 

28 July 83 
1 Oct. 82 
1 Oct. 82 
1 Oct. 82 
1 Oct. 82 
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24 Jan. 08114 Mar. 00 

21 Nov. 88'i4 Mar. 00 

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16 Mar. 93' 1 5 Mar. 00 

1 Apr. 931 15 Mar. 00 

1 Apr. 93 15 Mar. 00 

30 May 93 15 Mar. 00 

26 June 93 15 Mar. 00 

28 June 93 15 Mar. 00 

1 Aug. 93 15 Mar. 00 

9 Aug. 93 15 Mar. 00 

7 Feb. 88 17 Mar. 00 

10 Nov. 91 1 8 Mar. 00 

4 June 87 21 Mar. 00 

20 Mar. 00 21 Mar. 00 

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26 Mar. 90:24 Mar. 00 

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6 Aug. 91 
1 Oct. 91 
1 Oct. 91 
1 Oct. Qt 

1 Oct. 91 

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2 Oct. 91 
18 Oct. 91 
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29 Oct. 91 
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Majors. 



Harry Lionel Humphreys, Major, Army Service Corps. 

St. John William Topp Parker, Major, Army Service Corps... 

Robert Edmund Lowndes RaJcliSe, Major, R. Artillery 

Charles Massy Mathew, D SO. Major, Army Ordnance Dept.. . 

Henry Augustus Anley, Major, Army Ordnance Dept 

Gerald Alfred Norcott, Major, North Lancashire Regiment.. 

Hubert Rou^e, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

Gardiner Humphreys. DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Francis Askwith, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Francis White, Major, Royal Artillery 

Philip Templer Cooper, Major, Royal Artillery 

Ernest Edward Norris. Major, Royal Artillery 

Herbert William Wilberfor'ce, Major, 2 Dragoon Guards 

Win. James Smvth Fergusson, Major, 1 Dragoon Guards 

p.s.e. Thomas Percival England, Major, Royal Fusiliers .. .. 

Herman Bonham-Carter, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Tritton, Major, Indian Army 

Fred. William George Wadeson, Major, Indian Army 

St. John Louis Hyde du Plat-Taylor, DSO. Major, R. Art... 

Edwaid Parry Lambert, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Arthur Johnstone Richardson, Major, East York Regt... 

Cnarles Battiscombe, Major, Royal Artillery 

Kgerton Stewart Cleeve, Major. Royal Artillery 

John Middlcton Rogers, DSO. Major, 1 Dragoons 

Henry Haggard, Major, East Yorkshire Regiment 

Robert Henry Adams, Major, 2 Dragoons 

SteuartMenzies, Major, Royal Fusiliers (7 F.) 

George Edward Pereira, DSO. Major, Grenadier Guards 

George Colbourne Nugent, Major, Irish Guards 

Charles Stuart Bo-e, Major, Royal Engineers 

Montague Mark Noble, Major, Royal Artillery. 

Charles Oswald Smea'on, Major, ttoyai Artillery 

Henry Stannus Hamilton, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers 

Humphrey MartmTwynam,D£O.JXa/or,E.Lancashire Regt... 

Hon. Hen'iy Granville Heneage, DSO. Major, 12 Lancers 

Ernest Frederick Taylor, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Lyon, Major, Royal Artillery 

Evvau Cornwallis Cameron, Major, Royal Artillery 

Ernest Frederic Hail, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hugh Davie White-Thomson, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery.. 

Alexander Stewart Orr, DSO. Major, Irish Regt. (18 F.) 

George deWet Verner, Major, King's Own Scoc Borderers... 

p.s.c. Arthur Warre Elles, Major, Yorkshire Lt. Inlantry 

Arthur Cecil Currie, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.e. George T. Forestier-Walker, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Cathcart Staveley, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Frederick Noel Birch, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hugh Gerald Stewart Young, Major, 19 Hussars 

p.s.c. Henry O'Donnell, Major, West Yorkshire Regiment 
p.s.c. Verschorle Crawford Climo. Major, West India Regt. 

Gerald Denne Armstrong, DSO. Major, Warwick Regt 

Cyril Prescctt-Decie, Major, Royal Artillery 

Jl Staples M. Lenox-Conyngham, Major, Connaught Ran. 

Charles Edw. Hyacinth Cooch, Major, Border Regt 

William Holroyd Mills, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Lawrance Farmar, Major, Royal Artillery 

Reginald Bayard, Major, The Buffs 

Hope Biddulpb, Major, Roval Artillery 

George Ambrose Cardew, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Harvey Nicholson, Major, Hampsliire Regt 

Walter Gordon Wolrige-Gordon, Major, Black Watch 

p.s.c. Henry Lancel t Tennant, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis William Heath, Major, Ho.val Artillery 

Stewart Ward William Blacker, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Cecil Tidswell, DSO. Major, I ancashire Fusiliers 
RobertDundasWhigha.m, DSO. Major, Warwickshire Regt. 

Astley Herbert Terry. Majo^, Army Service Corps 

Arthir Long, DSO. Major, Army Service Corps 

Robert George Mathewi Major, Army Service Corps 

p.s.c. Frederick Lionel Banon, Major, Shropshire Lt. Inf. ... 

Maitland Cowper, Major, Indian Army 

p.s.c. Harry Frere Loch, Major, Indian Army 

John Joseph Crouin, Major, Indian Army 

Elward Grey, Major, Indian Army 

Oharies Bertram TemDler, Major, Indian Army 

p.s.e. William Arthur Watson, Major, Indiau Army 

George Crane Cawoo-1, If o/or, (Indian Army 

Edmund Charles Thwaytes, Major, Indian Army 

Algernon George Peyton, Major, Indian Army 

Edward Edmonstone Couper, Major, Indiau Army 

Henry Lowry Barnwell Acton, Maj >r, Indian Army 

Pulteney Ma'lcolm, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Francis Charles Grant, Major, Indian Army 

Charles S. Browne EvansLombe, Major, L inster Regt. ... 
Reginald Ulick Henry Buckland, Major, Royal Engineers 

Walter Percival Breti, Major, Royal Eugineeis ...^ 

James H. L'Estrange Johnstone, Major, Royal Engineeis 

James Aubrev Uinbon, Major, Royal Engineers 

Thomas Harrison -Topham, DSO., Major, Royal Engineers 

Frederick Alex. Liston, Major, W. India Regiment 

Harry Newman Morgan Thoyts, Major, 8 Hussars 

Thomas George Po.vell Glynn, CMG. Major, Liverpool > 
Regiment S 



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13 Aug. 79 



25 Aug. 86 
19 Mar. 90 
5 July 84 
23 Aug. 84 
7 Feb. 85 
1 July 81 
5 July 84 
5 July 84 
5 July 84 
9 Dec. 84 
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80 



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15 Oct. 92 
14 Sept. 93 
11 Apr. 94 
28 Nov. 94 
14 Dec. 87 

4 Oct. 93 

14 Oct. 93 

15 Nov. 93 
„ Jan. 94 

10 Feb. 94 



9 Dec. 84.14 Mar. 94 



13 Aug. 79 



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23 Apr. 



23 Apr. 81 



19 Mar. 86 

6 Feb. 84 

7 Feb. 85 
28 July 83 

1 July 81 
1 July 81 
9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 
9 Sept. 82 
9 Dec. 94 
9 Dec. 84 
7 Feb. 85 

10 Mar. 83 
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to May 82 
•■3 Aug. 84 
7 Feb. 85 
4 Feb. 83 
1 Oct. 82 
1 Oct. 82 

22 Oct. 81 
78 30 Mar. 81 
88 18 Sept.89 

;8 July 80 
9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 

22 Oct. 81 
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10 Mar. 8^ 

1 Oct. 82 
9 Dec. 84 

29 Apr. 85 
29 Apr. 85 

2 Aug. 82 
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8 Jan. 90 
7 Feb. 85 
29 Apr. 85 
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1 July 
1 Oct. 82 
1 Oct. 82 
1 July 
29 Apr. 85 
29 Apr. 85 
10 May 82 
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26 Mar. 90 
31 July 89 
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10 May 82 
9 Sept.82 

1 July 81 
1 July 81 
1 July 81 
1 July 81 
1 July 81 
1 July 81 
1 July 81 
1 July 81 

_ 1 July 81 

80 1 July 81 

80; 1 July 81 

1 July 81 

19 Dec. 83 

28 July 83 

28 July 83 

15 Feb. 84 

15 Feb. 84 

15 Feb. 84 

: 1 June 90 

23 Aug. 84 

6 May 85 



6 Dec. 96 
29 June 90 

21 Nov. 92 
2 Dec. 91 

17 Apr. 91 
17 Apr. 91 

22 Mar. 94 
1 Apr. 94 

26 Feb. 89 
1 Apr. 9« 
9 May 94 

25 Nov. 91 

26 Apr. 89 
9 Oct. 89 

19 Apr. 93 
4 Nov. 96 

12 May 07 

13 Aug. 91 
29 Oct. 91 

29 Oct. 91 
22 Apr. 91 

1 Oct. 87 
17 May 93 

6 Dec. 91 
10 Dec. 94 
25 Dec. 94 

1 Jan. 95 

9 Jan. 95 

30 Oct. 88 
1 July 88 
6 May 91 
1 Nov. 91 
' Feb. 95 



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1 Apr. 95 

2 Dec. 89 
1 Jan. 90 
1 Nov. 91 

1 Nov. 91 

2 Jan. Q3 
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1 Apr. 95 
1 July 90 
5 J une 90 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 93 

1 Apr. 95 
26 Nov. 91 

3 Mar. 92 

2 Nov. 92 
1 Jan. 93 
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1 Jan. 9c 
1 Aug. 91 

11 Aug. 91 
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81 



William Pollok Morris Pollok-Morris, Major, 18 Hassars ... 
Arthur John Hamilton Luard, DSO. Major, Norfolk Regt. 
1'C Lewis Stratford Tollemnche Halltday, Capt. R. Marines 

Harold Arthur Lewis Tagart, DSO. Major, 15 Hussars 

George John Lewes de Berry, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis Barrow Pearce, CM G. Major, West York- \ 

shire Regiment J 

John William Vincent Carroll, Captain, Norfolk Regiment 
Frederick Algernon Geo. Young Elton, Major, R. Artillery 

Arthur Reynold Reynolds, Major, Royal Engineers 

John Anderson Dealy, Major, Royal Engineers 

Patrick Riners Mantell, DSO. Major, Welsh Fusiliers 

Henry Osman Vincent, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles William Brownlow, Major, Royal Artillery 

Malcolm Sydenham Clarke Campbell, Major, R. Artillery 

Francis Richard Drake, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward John Duffus, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Hoskyns Abrahall, Major, Royal Marines 

Cecil Charles James Pery, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Comins, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Hutton Dawson, K.-iHQM. Major, Indian Army 
William Alex. Wickede Strickland, Major, Indian Army... 

William Wyiie Norman, Major, Indian Army 

William Jo'tm M'Whinnie, Major, Irish Rifles 

Frederick Potts, Major, Royal Artillery 

Ernest Edward Chown, Major, Royal Marines 

James Rainey Goddard, Major, Royal Marines 

p.s.c. Richard Narrien Gamble, DSO. Major, Berkshire Regt. 

Francis Lee, Major, 4 Hussars 

William Irvine Stewart M'Cormick^a/or.ArniySer.Corps 

Edward Keane Ridley, Major, Dorsetshire Regiment 

Joseph Reginald Wilson, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Calvert. Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles James Ussher Morris, lf<y'oi",'Royal Artillery 

Francis William Drummond Quinton, Major, R. Artillery.. 
p.s.c. Neville Douglas Macdonald, Major, Wiltshire Regt... 
Richard Price, Major (District Officer), Royal Artillery ... 
Harry Marion Welstead, Major, Leicestershire Regt.... 

Michael Lloyd Ferrar, Captain, Yorkshire Regiment 

Rowland Brinckman, Major, Irish Fusiliers 

William Milward Watson) Major, W. Riding Regt 

John Henry Hale, Major, Army Ordnance Department 

Claude Moss, Major, Gloucester Regiment 

Edward Alfred Daubery, Major, E. Lancashire Regt 

p.s.c. Leonard A. H. Hamilton, Major, Yorkshire Lt. Inf. 

Frederick Gore Anley, Major, Essex Regiment 

p.s.c. Evelyr. W. M. Norie, Major, Middlesex Regiment ... 

David Gillespie Wemyss, Major, Royal Scots 

Harold Bridgwood Walker, DSO. Major, Border Regiment 

Percy John Bellamy, Major, Border Regiment 

p.s.c. Henry Joseph Everett, Captain, Somerset Light Inf. 

Frank G. Lagier Larootte, Major, Oxfordshire Light Inf... 

Henry Wells-Cole, DSO. Major, Yorkshire Light Infantry 
p.s.c. John Maximilian Vallentin, Capt. Somerset Lt. Inf... 

Alured Yarker Barton, Major, Army Ordnance Departmt. 

Walter Dennistoun Sellar, Major, King's Own Scottish Bd. 

Arthur Robert Gilbert, DSO. Major, Sussex Regiment 

Francis Harrison Trent, Captain, E. Lancashire Regiment 

Havelock Hudson, CIE. Major, Indian Army 

Robert Astley Smith, Captain, Shropshire Light Infantry 

Francis George Jones, Major, Royal Inniskilling Fas 

Wilfred Nash Bolton, Major, Wiltshire Regiment 

John Little, Captain, Northampton Regiment 

Fran cisCarleton Logan Logan, il/a/or, Lancashire Fusiliers 

p.s.c. Arthur George Marrable, Captain, Yorkshire Light 1 
Infantry / 

p.s.c. Reginald Stewart Oxley, Major, King's Royal Rifles 

Cyril Randell Crofton-Atkins, Captain, Nottinghamshire ) 
and Derbyshire Regiment j 

Oscar Hyde East Marescaux, Captain, Shronshire Lt. Inf.. 

William Robert Jason Ellis, Major, Yorkshire Lt. Inf. 

Thomas Wyatt Hale, Major, Eiist Lancashire Regiment... 

fieorge Bunbury McAndrew, Major, Lincolnshire Regt. ... 

James Hugh Gwynne, Major, Welsh Fusiliers.. 

Edward Hopton Swayne, Captain, Somerset Light Inf. ... 

Francis Edward Glossop, Major, Leicester Regt 

Walter Coote Hedley, Major,' Royal Engineers 

Henry Foulkes Deare, Major, 3 Hussars 

Hugh Bruce Williams, DSO. Major, Royal Engineers 

Edward Alfred Finch Dawson, Captain, Rifle Brigade 

Ernest St. George Pratt, DSO. Major, Durham Li«-ht Inf .. 
W.Scott Warley Radcliffe, Captain, Shropshire Lt. Inf. ... 

Archibald Kennedy Seccombe, DSO. Major, Army ) 

Service Corps j 

Harry Balfour Jones, Major, Royal Engineers 

Richard I'hilipps l,ee,Major, Royal Engineers 

Edward Papillon Prest, Captain, Suffolk Regiment 

Guy Cunningham Knight, Major, Loyal North Lan- ) 

cashire Regiment .' § 

Ernest Arnold Cowans, Major, sfaforth Highlanders . . 
p.s.c. Wyndham C'bas. Knight, DSO. Major, Indian Army.. 
Raymond Sudeley Webber, Major, R. Welsh Fusiliers ' 



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15 May 95 1 
3 July 93 1 
3 June 92 

23 Oct. 91 

23 Oct. 91 

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23 Oct. 91 

25 Oct. 87 
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83I29 Aug. 93 
83:11 Sept. 93 

13 Aug. 87 
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i Apr. 9 

31 Dec. 90 

20 Sept. 95 

5 18 Dec. 9=; 

5 8 Feb. 96 

5 26 Feb. 96 

Sim June 90 

85! 2 Sept. 91 

81I 5 Feb. 90 

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2 Mar. 91 
28 Apr. 91 

1 July 91 
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Majors. 



p.s.c. Walter Pipon Braithwaite, Captain, Somersetshire J 

Light Infantry ! 

Harry Triscott Brooking, Major, Indian Army 

p.s.c. Lewis Frederic Green-Wilkinson, Major, Rifle Brig... 
George Brook M. Rawlinson, Major, Duke oi Cornwall's I 

Light Infantry I 

Ward Sausmarez Carey, Captain, West Yorks Regt 

Thomas It. C. Hudson, Major, Royal Garrison Art 

John Henry Twiss, Captain, Roya'l Engineers 

Algernon Francis H. Ferguson, Captain, 2 Life Guards 

Herbert Carington Smith, Captain, Dublin Fusiliers 

H.S.S. Adolphus, C. A. A E. G. P. L. L. Duke of Teck, [ 

&CVO. Captain, 1 Life Guards J 

Frederick James Moberley, 1>S0. Captain, Indian Army... 

Cecil Alured Rowley, BSO. Captain, Dorset Regt 

p.s.c. Evelyn William Margesson, Captain, Norfolk Regt.... 

Son. Henry Dundas Napier, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Edward Hill, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Ambard Bell-Smyth, Major, 1 Dragoon Guards 

John Mary Camilleri, Major, Indian Army 

Michael James Sweetman, Captain, E. Ycrks. Regiment ... 
Alfred Horsford Bingley.X-i-iftrJ/. Captain, Indian Army 

Neville Cracroft Taylor, Captain, Indian Army 

Valent : ne Murray, Major, Royal Engineers 

Victor Staunton Sandeman, Major, 17 Lancers 

Robert Wanless-O'Gowan, Major, Scottish Rifles 

George Greenhough Whiffin, Major, W. Surrey Regt 

p.s.c. Arnold Frederick Sillem, Captain, W. Surrey Regt.... 
James Harry Stewart Murray, Major, Royal Engineers ... 

Bernard W.L. M'Mahon, Captain, Durham Lt. Inf. 

Olivier, William Henry, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Vincent Moul, Captain, Cheshire Regiment 

Arundel Martyn, Captain, W. Kent Regiment 

James Hugh Brownlow Beresford, Major, Indian Army... 

Harold Stuart Tew, Captain, E. Surrey Regiment 

Arthur Edward Lascelles. Captain, Norfolk Regiment 

Theodore Fraser, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Hugh Henry Gough, Major, Indian Army 

p.s.c. Harold M. Biddulph. Major, Rifle Brigade 

Claude Houston Stuart. Major, 5 Dragoon Guards 

Howard Clifton Brown, Major, 12 Lancers 

Arthur William Marden, BSO. Major, Manchester Regt. ... 
Herbert Edward John Brake, CB.BSO. Captain, Royal ) 

Artillery $ 

Frederic Walter Kerr, BSO. Captain, Gordon Highlanders 

Walter Simeon Nathan, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Henry Roscoe Beddoes, Captain, Dublin Fusiliers 

p.s.c. Francis Charles Turner, Capt. Northumberland Fus. 

James Arbuthnot Tyler, Major, Royal Artillery 

Archibald Patten, Captain, Argyll & SutherlandHighlndrs. 

Charles P. Amyatt Hall, Captain, Scots Fusiliers 

Hurdis S. L. Ravenshaw, Captain, Devon Regiment 

Maurice L. MacEwen, Major, 16 Lancers 

Henry L. J. Clarke, Captain, E. Yorks. Regiment 

Reginald Byng Stephens, Captain, Rifle Brigade 

Frank Ridley Farrer Boileau, Captain, Royal Engineers... 

Herbert M. Finch, Captain, Berkshire Regiment 

William D. Waghotn, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Henry John William Farrell-falliser, Major, R. Artillery... 
p.s.c. Harold Goodeve Ruggles-Brise, Major, Gren. Guards 

•G. T. C. Carter-Campbell, Captain, Scottish Rifles 

Eustace Crawley, Major, 12 Lancers 

Henry A. Bethune, Captain, Gordon Highlanders 

Hanwav R. dimming, Captain, Durham Light Infantry ... 

Hugh Clement Sutton, Major, Coldstream Guards 

William Somervell, Major, Northumberland Fusiliers 

Francis Robert Patch, 'Captain, Royal Artillery 

Samuel Charles Long, Captain, Rifle Brigade 

Louis Hemington Noblett, Captain, Irish Rifles 

Arthur Durham Kirby, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles John Saekville-West, Captain, King's Royal Rifles 

Charles Cattley Carr, Major, Royal Fusiliers 

Harry M'Neale Patterson, Captain, Indian Army 

John Patrick Cumberledge Hennessy, Captain, Ind.Army 
p.s.c. Arth. C. Malleson Waterfield, MVO. Capt. Ind. Army 

Robert Edw. Vaughan, Captain, Indian Army 

ITlff Charles FitzClarence, Major, Irish Guards 

William Alfred Charles Denny, Captain, Army Service C... 
Augustus M'Chntock, BSO. Captain,Seaforth Highlanders 

Frank Wormald, Major, 12 Lancers 

Frederick Montgomerie Carleton, BSO. Capt. Lane. Regt. 

William Francis Hessey, Captain, Royal Iniskillings 

George Vawdrey, Captain, Army Service Corps ..„ 

Harry V. Gorle, BSO. Captain, Army Service Corps 

Charles Bernard Morland, Captain, Welsh Regiment 

Charles D. Vaughan, Captain, Border Regiment 

Percy George Kigby, Captain, Derbyshire Regiment 

p.s.c. Colin R. Ballard, Captain, Norfolk Regiment 

Lewis Francis Philips, Captain, King's Royal Rifles 

John Guy Rotton, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edgar Camac Purchas, Captain, South Wales Borderers ... 
Clement Can- Wrigley, Major, Army Ordnance Dept 



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May 9124 
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July 90)25 
June 93:31 
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Majors. 



Robert Peel Yates, Captain, South Wales Borderers 

J. Stevenson- Hamilton, Major, 6 Dragoons 

Edwyn Fetherstonhaugh, Captain, Dublin Fusiliers 

L. Rowe-Fisher-Rowe, Major, Grenadier Guards 

William Power Saunders, Major, Royal Artillery 

Alban R. C. Atkins, Captain, Army Service Corps 

Malet Peyton Phelps, Captain, Derbyshire Regiment 

p. s.c. Llewellyn Wm. Atcherley, Capt. Army Service Corps 

p.s.e. Henry Edward Gogarty, Captain, Scots Fusiliers 

E. G. Godfrey-Faussett, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Alexander E. Delavoye, Captain, Army Service Corps 

Herbert Richard Blore, Captain, King's Royal Rifles 

Harry M'Conaghey, Captain, Irish Fusiliers 

J. E. T. Dyer, Major, 7 Dragoon Guards 

G. H. W. Nicholson, Major, Royal A'tillery 

Richard W. Boger, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.e c. Cecil Francis Romer, Captain, Dublin Fusiliers 

George D. Crocker, Captain, Munster Fusiliers 

Cecil Henry Cobb, Captain, Oxford Light Infantry 

Son. Robert F. Carnegie, Captain, Gordon Highlanders ... 

Charles Kenyon Burnett, Major, 18 Hussars 

George Ranier de Herriez Smith, Captain, Indian Army... 

Pomeroy Holland-Pryor, Captain, Indian Army 

p.t.c. George F. MacMuno, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery ... 

John Sanders Cayzer, Major, 7 Dragoon Guards 

Fred. Barton Maurice, Captain, Derbyshire Regiment 

Fra. Rogers Dugan, Captain, Lcinster Regiment 

Roger Henry Massie, Captain, Royal Garrison Artillery... 
Lionel K. Carlyon, Captain, N. Staffordshire Regiment ... 

Guy Stewart St. Aubyn, Captain, King's Royal Rifles 

Wynyard Montagu Hall, Captain, West Yorkshire Regt. ... 

Christopher R. J. Brooke, Captain, Yorkshire Lt. Inf 

Edmund Wray, Captain, Royal Marines 

Charles E. D Budwortb, MI'O. Major, Royal Artillery ... 
Nevill John Gordon Cameron, Captain, Cameron Highldrs. 

Julian M'Carty Steele, Captain, Coldstream Guards 

Alexander George William Grant, Ca;>fa!»,Duke of Corn- i 

wall's Light Infantry j 

Burleigh Francis B. Stuart, Major, Worcestershire Regt... 

George Frederick Steele, Major, 1 Dragoons 

Edmund Merritt Morris, Captain, Devonshire Regiment!.. 
Henry G. Joly de Lotbiniere, DSO. Captain, Royal Artillery 
Godfrey Harold Fenton Wingate, Captain, Royal Scots ... 

Alan James Gordon Moir, Captain, Royal Scots 

George Ewen Eyre Gordon Cameron, Capt. Gordon Hl'drs, 
Alexander C. Stewart Bare-hard, Captain, E. Surrey Regt. 

Richard Stretton de Winton, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Archibald Rice Cameron, Captain, Black Watch 

John Vaughan, DSO. Major, to Hussars 

Henry Melville Thomas, 'Ca,itain, Royal Artillery .'..'..,".'.'.'. 
Robert Napier Smyth, DSO. Captain, 21 Lancers..."!...."... 

Allen B. Gosset, Captain, Cheshire Regiment 

Richard Harte K. Butler. Captain, Dorset Regiment 

Michael Francis Halford, Captain, York & Lancaster Regt'. 

Hew Wakeman Tompson. Captain. Hampshire Regt 

John George ; Marnuig of Tullibardine. DSO. Captain, I 

Royal Horse Guards j 

Edward Douglas, Lord Loch, M I O. DSO. Cajj^ Gren.Gds. 
Gwyn Venables Hordern, Captain, King's Royal Rifles ... 
Jas. Edw. Ignatius Masterson, Captain. Devonshire Regt. 

Robert Buchanan Riddell, Captain, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Charles Stirling, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Aylmer Richard S. Martin, Captain, R. Lancaster' Regt!".' 
p.t.c. Wm. Robarts Napier Madocks, Captain, R. Artillery 

Philip Wheatley, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Charles Gordon FalcoD, Captain, Royal Engineers 

C. H. Fisliboume, Captain, Northumberland Fusiliers !!!... 
Hugh Trevor Crispin, Captain, Northumberland Fusiliers 
Archibald Jas. Fergusson Eden, Captain, Oxford Lt. Inf 

Emil Carl Haag. Captain, 18 Hussars 

Henry Noel St. John Maule, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Laurence Lockhart Maxwell, Captain, Indian Army 

Miles Rafe F. Courage, Captain, Royal Artillery !!!!.'!!! 

John William F. Lamont, Captain, R >ya] Artillery 
Mon. Alex. Victor Fredk. Russell, Captain, Grenadier' Gds! 
Thos. H. Shoubndge, DSO. Captain, Northumberland Fus. 
John Samuel Joceljn Baumgartner, Capt. E. Lanes. Regt. 

Francis Henry Guy Stanton, Captain. Royal Artillery 

Wilfred Arthur White, Captain, Connaught Rangers 

Frteling Ross Lawrence, DSO. Captain, 14 Hussars 

Robert Warren Hastings Anderson, Captain, Highland) 

Light Infantry _ '_ _ t 

Alexander Gordon Maxwell, Capia in Tindiac Army 

Alfred Gilbert Pratt, Captain, Kssex Regiment .. .. 
William Lgerton Edwards, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Lord Charles Cavendish Bentinck, Captain, q Lancers 

Cecil Henry Kekewich, Major, York and Lancaster Regt .. 

Hastings Ross-Johnson, Major, Liverpool Regiment 

James Walker Sears, Major, South Staffordshire Regt. ... 
Frederick David Milward, Major, Army Ordnance Dept.... 

Wilmot roster Elmslie, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers 

Guy Louis B. da Maurier.ZMO. Major, Royal Fusiliers 

Graham Ihomas George Edwards, Major, 20 Hussars 



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,14 Mar. 88 20 Feb. 90 1 June 98 
22 Aug. 88' 4 Mar 91 23 Mar. 98 

14 May 87 23 Mar. 92 6 July 98 
17 Feb. 88 17 Feb. 91 1 Aug. 98 

1 1 Sept. 89 10 Aug. 98 

10 Oct. 91 14 Dec. 92I11 Aug. 98 
2q Nov. go 21 Oct. 9i|i3Aug. 98 
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28 June 90 

29 Oct. 9022 Feb. 93 
!i4 Sept.87!23 Sept. 89 
128 June 90 2 Mar. 92 

17 Feb. 88 17 Feb. 91 
[17 Feb. 88 17 Feb. 91 

1 Mar. 90 23 Aug. 93 

27 Nov. 89 30 Dec. 91 
21 Dec. 89 24 July 92 

28 June 90 10 Oct. 92 
In Sept.8923 Jan. 91 

t6 Nov. 87 21 Apr. 88 
16 Nov. 87 j 1 + Jan. 91 
27 July 88)27 July 91 
10 Oct. 91 { 9 Nov. 92 

18 June 92^6 May 93 
j 12 Mar. 92 1 Aug. 94 
27 July 86 27 July 91 



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17 Jan. 91 
17 Jan. 91 
28 June 90 



8 Apr. 91 
23 Sept. 93 

3 Aug. 92 
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1 Sept.91 1 1 July 92 
15 Feb. 8t,!i5 Feb. 92 
17 Dec. 9^24 July 95 
) 9 Oct. 90) 1 July 96 

28 June 90 1 1 Mar. 93 

21 Dec. 89 2 Sept.91 

7 Sept.92 20 Nov. 93 
17 Dec. 90 20 Oct. 92 

28 June 88 28 Juno 91 
2i Jan. 93 24 July 95 
20 May 93123 Nov. 95 

29 Feb. 92 17 Apr. 95 
23 May 91,14 Apr. 93 

'27 July 8924 July 92 
1 Mar. 90: 3 Aug. 92 

11 Mar. 91 j 4 Sept. 94 
15 Feb. 89 15 Feb. 92 

12 Feb. 901 6 Nov. 92 

8 May 89) 7 Sept.91 
29 Oct. 90 6 Apr. 92 

I i Jan. 90 26 Oct. 92 
1 9 Jan. 92J10 July 93 

28 Dec. 92 30 Dec. 93 
I 3 May 93'i2 May 37 
10 June 91 20 June 94 
15 July 91,16 Apr. 95 



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15 Oct. 98 

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1 Nov. 98 

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24 Feb. 99 

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26 Mar. 95 
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20 Nov. 95 29 Nov. 00 

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28 Mar. 92)28 Mar. 95 3 Jan. 00,29 Nov. 00 

14 Feb. 90 14 Feb. 93123 Jan. 00 29 Nov. 00 
4 Mar. 91 26 June 92 25 Jan. od 29 Nov. 00 

25 July 90I25 July 93I 7 Feb. 0029 Nov. 00 
16 May 91 ' 16 May 94)13 Feb. 00 29 Nov. 00 

15 Feb. 89 15 Feb. 92 15 Feb. 00 29 Nov.oo 



9 Apr. 92 21 July 9 
18 May 92|2i Jan. 95 
18 June 92 17 Mar. 94 
I 1 Mar. 90)11 May 92 
12 Feb. 92 12 Feb. 95 
23 Mar. 89 31 July 90 
10 Aug. 92 10 Aug. 95 

1 Jan. 93! 1 Jan. 96 

10 Oct. 94 5 Feb. 98 
5 Mar. 93 18 Juneq6 

25 July 91 i£ Feb. 93 
30 May 93 30 May 96 
27 Jan. 92 j 1 Oct. 93 

7 Mar. 94 ,3 Nov. 95 

7 Mar. 94 31 May 96 

11 Sept.89 1 1 Dec. qo 

26 Apr. 93: 8 July 97 
1 1 Apr. 94 1 Apr. 97 
' 8 June 89 23 Jan. 91 

29 Aug. 85 

6 May 85 
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12 May 83 
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10 Apr. 89 8 Dec. 00 

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Majors. 



|2ndLIECT. LIEUT, i CAPTAIN. 



Reginald de Hardewicke Burton, Major, Middlesex Regt... 

Henry C. 15. Westropp, Major, Manchester Regiment 

Goodricke Thomas Peacocke, Major, Worcester Regiment.. 

Anthony Hugh Baldwin, Major, Manchester Regiment 

Herbert Rartclyffe Vaughan, Major, Warwickshire Regt.... 
Arthur Elpbinstone Barchnrd, Major, West India Regt. ... 
Ronald Joseph Hy. Louis Mackenzie, 12 Major, h.p. Roy. 7 

En gineers } 

p.s.c. William Cyprian Bridge, Major, South Stafford Regt 

Joseph Scott Moore, Major, Army Service Corps 

J. Allen Ramsay Purvis, Major, h.p. Army Service Corps 
Wm. Geo. Bertram Boyce, DSO. Major, Army Serv. Corps 

Cunliffe M'Neile Parsons, Major, Royal Marines 

Arthur Pole Welman, Major, Army Service Corps 

Arthur Phelps, Major, Army Service Corps 

p.s.c. Evan Eyare Carter, CMG. MVO. Major, Army i 

Service Corps j 

Charles Montgomerie Ryan, DSO. Major, Army Service > 

Corps i 

Charles Edward Irvine M'Nalty, Captain, Army Service ) 

Corps! J 

Lawrence Stumiy Roberts, Captain, Army Service 1 

Corps ) 

Herbert Crofton Campbell Uniacke, Major, R. Artillery ... 
Samuel Robert Llewellyn White, DSO. Major, Leinster f 

Regt. i 

Arthur Wm. Neufville Taylor, Captain, IndianArmy 

Lionel Thos. Campbell Twylord, Major, N. Stafford Regt. 

Richard Chester Master, Captain, King's Royal Rifles 

Frederick Thornhill Ravenhill, Major, Royal Artillery 

Ralph Glynn Ouseley, DSO. Major, Rojal Artillery 

Henry Arthur Pilkington "White, Major, Royal Artillery ... 

Edward Parker England, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Mandy Osborne Glynn, Major, Welsh Fusiliers 

Charles Mowbriy Dallas, Major, Indian Army... 

Frederick Cecil Rynd, Major, IndianArmy 

Charles Robert Keate, Major, Indian Army 

Augustus Blair Mayne, Major, IndianArmy 

Stuart Hill Godfrey, Major, Indian Army 

Charles George Nurse, Major, Indian Army 

Philip James Gordon, Major, Indian Army 

Francis Cra croft Colomb, 3Iajor, Indian Army 

Simpson Hackett Beresford Hobbs, Major, Indian Army... 

Herbert Arrott Browning, Major, IndianArmy 

Alfred Lucian Phillips, Major, Indian Army .'. 

Cecil Moncriefif Eales, Major, Indian Army 

Richard Henry Dugdale Thring, Major, Indian Army 

George William Rawlins, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Blount Cuthbert Williams, Major, Indian Army ... 

William Adam Cuppage, Major. Indian Army 

James Outram Spens Fayrer, Major, Indian Army 

Kellow Chesney, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Arnold Kemball, CIE. Major, IndianArmy 

Harry Seymour Hazelgrove, Major, Indian Army 

George Russell Row, Major, IndianArmy 

Leslie Waterfield Shakespear, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Tristram Herbert Newnham, Major, Indian Army 

Louis Hamilton Bazalgette, Major, Suffolk Regiment 

James Mann Ransom, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

William Stratford Mardall, Major, Indian Army 

Henry Brooke H. Wright, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Rodolph Davies, Major, Oxfordshire Lt. Infantry... 

Walter Henry Robinson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Christopher George Oldfieldl Major, Royal Artillery 

Oswald Charles Williamson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Wilbraham Thomas Davies, Captain, Army Ordnance Dept. 

William Henry Booth, DSO. Major, The Buffs 

Frederick Dyinoke Murray, Captain, Black Watch 

Samuel Garnett Radcliff, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Allen Brown, Major, Indian Army 

Reginald Frederick Robert Formby, Major, Indian Army 

Alfred Shipton Rooke, Major, IndianArmy 

Henry Ward Lowry, Major, Indian Army 

William Myers Dawes, Major, Indian Army 

Edmund Martin Reed, Major, Indian Army 

Cecil W. Trevor Thomas Goff, DSO. Major, East Lanca- ~) 

shire Regiment ) 

Basil Thorold Buckley, Captain, Northumberland Fus. ... 
p.s.c. Stephen Thomas Banning, Major, Royal Munster ) 

Fusiliers > 

Fred. A. Dawson Oliver Eustace, Major, 5 Dragoon Gds.... 
Morton Calverley Coles, Major, West Surrey Regiment ... 

Arthur F. Dawkms, Major, Northumberland Fusiliers 

Angus Falconer Douglas-Hamilton, Major, Cameron') 

Highlanders ,> 

William Belk, Major, 4 Dragoon Guards 

George Glas Sandeman Carey, Major, Royal Artillery 

Herbert Lionel James, Major, Manchester Regiment 

Edward Honors Molyneux-Seel, DSO. Major, Royal Scots 

Henry Edward Dering, Major, Scots Guards 

Sherard Haughton Godman, DSO. Major, Scots Guards ... 



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Majors. 



Charles Conran East, Major, Warwickshire Regiment 

Harry Vere Benett, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers 

Herbert Edward Stockdale, Major, Royal Artilleyr... .. 
Fitzmaurice Thos. Favre Scoories, Major, R. Fusiliers 

Robert Hinds Gill, Major, Hampshire Regiment 

Thomas Astley Cubitt, DSO. Captain, Royal Artillery 13 Feb. 

Robert James Goodall Elkington, Major, R. Artillery 

Ralph Arthur Kaye, Major, Royal Artillery 

Haldane Burney Rattray, DSO. Captain, Indian Army 2 9 Mar. 

Joseph Cameron Rimington, Major, Royal Engineers | 

Cyril Harcourt Roe, Major, Royal Engineers 

Herbert Clement Carey, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Frederick Close, CMG. Major, Royal Engineers ... 

Joseph de Courcy Laffan, Major, Royal Engineers 

George Montague Harper, DSO. Major, Royal Engineers... 

Ernest A. Tudor Tudor, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.s.c. George M. W. Macdonogb, Major, R. Engineers 

Charles Louis Shubrick, Major, Royal Marines j 

Arthur Townley Butler, Major, Royal Artillery ...'.'.'.'.'.".'.'.'.'.'... J 

Charles Cecil Daniel, Major, Royal Scots .!!.".!"!!!!!. ■ 

Arthur Fox Pullen, Major, Roral Artillerv I 

John Ford Elkington, Major, Warwickshire Regiment".!!.!! 

Frederick Leonard Sharp, Major, Roya! Artillery 

Charles James Morse, Major, East Lancashire Regiment ... 14 Jan. 80 

Walter de Sausmarez Ca.vley, Major, W. York Regt 

John Palffy Brewin, Major, Royal Engineers ........... 

Rollo Estouteville Grimston, Major, Indian Army 2; Apr. 81 

Michael AugustuaJTighe. Major Indian Army ' 23 Apr. *i 

Herbert Edward Boileau, Major, Indian Army '.' '23 Apr. 81 

Ferdinand Cospatric Logan-Home, Major, Indian Army ..! 23 Apr. 81 

Bereslbrd Asimeton Johnstone, Major, Indian Army 23 Apr. 81 

Georg.: William Shafto Hawks, Major, Indian Army .!!... 23 Apr. 81 

Cecil Davis, Major, Indian Army 23 Apr. 81 

Charles Henry Clements, Major, Indian Army " " \ 23 Apr. 81 

John Edward Pine-Coffin, DSO. Captain, North Lanca-i i v™ hs 

shire Regiment J I ° " ov - D0 

Richard James Saumarez, Major, Royal Marines ........ I 

George William Dowell, Major, North Lancashire Regt. ..! 23 Oct. 80 

Edgar Mortimore Lafone, Major, 4 Hussars 11 Feb. 83 

Charles J. E. A. M'Arthur, Major, K. O. Scottish Bordrs!.!! 1+ Jan. 

Frederic E. G. Skey, Major, Royal Engineers 

Perceval Ashworth, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Deschamps Charmer, Major, Connaught Rangers 

Julius Ralph Young, Major, Royal Engineers 

Lavid Mertsr M~.;: -. Roys) Marines 

Angus John M'Xeill. Captain, Seaforth Highlanders !!!!! 

Norman Tom Nickalls, Major, 17 Lancers it Aug, 

Henry M. Graham, Major, S. Wales Borderers !.!! .. 

Cecil Bargrave Colliugs, Major, Dublin Fusiliers 22 Jan 

Henry Waring, Major, Army Ordnance Department ... 

Kenneth Combe, Major, Royal Artillery ...". 22 Jan. 

Neville il. C. Dickinson, Major, Leinster Regiment 11 Au 

Kenneth MacLartn, DSO. Major, 1^ Hussars I 

Henry H. E. Hitchius, Major', Manchester Regiment ....!!!!! 

Henry John Downing, DSO. Major, Irish Regiment 

Alex. Francis Mackenzie, Major, Argyll and Sutherland i 

Highlanders j 

Wallace C. R. Stratton, Major, Indian Army !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!... 
Jobn Archibald Kouison-Craufurd, Major, Indian Army 

Harry Troup Brown, Major, Indian Army !! 

Charles Marling Cartwright. Major, Indian Army !' ! 

p.i.e Berjamin Hollowly Majcr Indun Army 
p.'.c. FitzJames Maine Edwards, DSO. Major, Indian Army 
Walter Sinclair Delamain, Major, Indian Army 
William Maxwell Carpendale. Major, Indian Army!!!! 
Charles Yule Crommelin, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Nicholls, Major, Indian Army !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Richard Pennefather Warren, Major, Indian Army ........! 

James Marshall Stewart, Major, Indian Army 

Percy Holland, Major, Indian Army !!!!!!..!!!!!!!!! 

George Ranier Crawford, Major, Indian Army ...!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Leonard John Mathias, Major. Indian Army !....!!.!!!!!! 

Charles Clements Reid, Major, Indian Army ..!.!!!!!!!! 

William George Hatherell, 'Major, Indian Army !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ! 

Oliver Goldsmith levers, Major, Indian Army !!!!!!!!!!! 

Edward Henry Bernard, Major, Indian Axmy.. ...... .....'..'.'.."' 

Folliott Churchill, Major, Indian Army 

Walter Edward Brett, Major, Indian Army ....!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 
Sydney Woodward Lincoln, Major, Indian Army'!!!!!! """" 

Arthur Pressey, Major, Indian Army !!!!!!.!!'!!!! 

Alfred Pcingdaotrs M.j-.r Indian Aim; 

John Thornhill, Major, Indian Army !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 

Arthur Robert Dsnne Muj.r Indian Army 

Charles William Frederick Whyte, Major, Indian Army 

John Rockc Mathewes, Major, Indian Army 

David Birdwood Thomson, Major, Indian Army!!!!!! !!!!!! 

Harley M'Alpine Johnston, Major, Indian Army ''".'.'.'.'.'. 

George de Sausmarez De Lisle,' Major, Indian Army 

William Henry Fasken, Major, Indian Army 

Claude Vyvian Schneider, Major, Indian Army !.!.!!!!!.!!!! '! 

Edwin Charles Barnes Cotgrave, Major, Indian Army 

Alexander Augustus E. Campbell, Major, Indian Army 



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2=; Aug. 83 
17 Feb. 86 

6 May 85 
10 Mar. 03 

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17 Feb. 86 

14 Feb. 83 
1 Mar. 92 

15 Feb. 84 
15 Feb. 84 
26 June S4 

5 July 84 
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5 July 34 
5 July 84 
5 Jnly S4 
1 Feb. 33 
17 Feb. 8t 
10 Dec. 8 

14 Feb. 8_ 
30 Jan. 86 
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10 Mar. S3 

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1 July 81 
1 July 81 
1 July 81 
1 July 3 1 
1 Julv St 
1 July S: 
1 July Si 
1 July Si 

13 Oct. 91 

1 Feb. S3 
1 July 81 

6 Nov. 80 
1 July 3i 
5 July 84 

15 Feb. 84 
io Mar. 83 

5 July 84 
1 Feb. 83 

!2 AUg. 97 

10 Nov. 86 

8 June 81 

81 30 Jar.. 84 

1 Oct. 92 

81 17 Feb. 36 

So 1 3 May 85 

I 1 July 81 

-■5 Aug. 86 

8^29 July 82 

I 1 July 81 

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I22 Oct. 81 
22 Oct. 81 
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22 Oct. 81 
22 Oct. 81 
22 Oct. 81 
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22 Oct. 81 
22 Oct. 81 
22 Oct. 81 
28 Jan. 82 
128 Jan. 8. 
28 Jan. 82 
28 Jan. 82 
28 Jan. 82 
28 Jan. 82 
10 May 82 
10 May 82 
10 May 82 
10 May 82 
!io May 82 
10 May 82 
10 May 82 
10 May 82 
10 May 8 



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28 Oct. 
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27 Jan. 

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1 Oct. 
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21 Oct. 
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26 Apr. 

27 Jan. 
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18 June 

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>3 Apr. 
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17 Oct. 

1 Feb. 
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5 Dec. 
20 Jan. 

19 Mar. 
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8 7 



Majors. 



2UdLIEUT. 



Daniel Edward Mocatta, Major, Indian Army 

Francis Herbert Sullivan Thomas, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur George Boileau Lang, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Frederick Minchin, BSO. Major, Indian Army 

George Benjamin Hodson, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

George Simpson Broome, Major, Indian Army 

William Loraine Conran, Major, Indian Army 

Francis Arthur Loudon, Major, Indian Army 

George James Cadell Hall, Major, Indian Army 

William Edward Albemarle Blakeney, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Griffiths, Major, Indian Army 

Claude Leslie Hamilton, Major, Indian Army 

Elliot Brownlow Lang, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Irvine Wimberleyi Major, Indian Army 

Aubrey Arbuthnot Jones, Major, Indian Army 

Ralph Wise Nicholson, Major, Indian Army 

William Frederic Shakespear, Major, Indian Army 

William George Hay Stirling, Major, Indian Army 

Thomas Bate Hawks, Maior, Indian Army 

John Caillard Erck, Major, Indian Army 

William Henry Savage, Major, Indian Army 

William Alexander Oswald, Major, Indian Ai'my 

Charles Ferguson Campbell, Major, Indian Army 

George Herbert Arbuthnot, Major, Indian Army 

John Alfred Hudson Woodward, Major, Indian Army 

Lionel Norton Herbert, Major, Indian Army 

Thompson M'Kay, Major, Indian Army 

Edward Charles Ryall, Major, Indian Army 

Albert Giles, Major, Indian Army 

Henry William Campbell, Major, Indian Army 

George Christopher M'Dowall Birdwood, Major Indian Army 

George Alexander Brownrigg, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur William Cripps, Major, Indian Army 

Claude Melville Crawford, Major, Indian Army 

George William Priestley, Major, Indian Array 

Charles William O'Bryen, Major, Indian Army 

Guy Lushington Holland, Major, Indian Army 

Rupert Edward Sullivan, Major, Indian Army 

Henry Edward Whiffin, Major, Indian Army 

William Bensley Young, Major, Indian Army 

Robert Patrick Horsbrugh, Major, Indian Army 

Kenneth James Buchanan, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Edward Baynes, Major, Indian Army 

Hugh Kennedy, Major, Indian Army 

Percy William Drake Brockman, Major, Indian Army 

Alexander Lumsdaine Lindesay, Major, Indian Army 

Francis Henry Bagot Commeline, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Aubrey Hoghton, Major, Indian Army 

Francis Gordon Cardew, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Edwin Stewart Hartigan, Major, Indian Army 

Louis James Andrews, Major, Indian Army 

Robert Mitchell Betham, Major, Tndian Army 

Robert Morgan Falcon, Major, Indian Army 

Harold Richard Mead, Major, Indian Army 

Edward Alexander Gayer, Major, Indian Army 

John Fisher, Major, Indian Army 

James Fearnley Stewart, Major, Indian Army 

Mackenzie Wal'cott Baugh, Major, Indian Army 

Sydney Francis Crocker, Major, Indian Army 

George Wyndhani Chichester Knatehbull, Major, lad. Army 

John Archer Loudon, Major, Indian Army 

Robert Alexander Carruthers, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Edward Halkett Connell, Major, h.p. Indian Army 

Henry George Bowen Raitt, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Vaughan Mainwaring, Major, Indian Army 

Adrian John Hebron Vanrenen, Major, Indian Army 

Robert James Reid Brown, Major, Indian Army 

Sir Francis Edward Younghusband, KCIE. Major, Ind. A. 

Hugh Daly, CSL CCE. Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Weston Peile Macdonald, Major, Indian Army ... 

Francis Hardinge Eliott, Major, Indian Army 

Albert Edward Woods, Jlajor, Indian Army 

George Edward Tempest Green, Major, Indian Army 

Alexander Fleetwood Pinhey, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Hamerton Pritchard, Major, Indian Army 

William Clarecne Colcbrook Leslie, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Doveton Maxwell, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Archer, Major, Indian Army 

Philip Richard Thornhugh Gurdon, Major, Indian Army 

John Ramsay, CIE, Major, Indian Army 

James Levett Kaye, Major, Indian Army 

Herbert Duncan Merewether, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Henry M'Mahon, CITS. CSI. Major, Indian Aamy ... 

JrKfT John Manners Smith, CIJE. Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Francis Bruce, Major, Indian Army 

Lawrence Impey, Political Agent, Major, Indian Army 

Herbert Lionel Showers, CIE. Major, Indian Army 

Charles Cecil Archibald Sillery, Major, Indian Army 

Frank Rowley M. O. DeRittichHauduit, J/uJor, Indian Army 
Augustus Arthur Malcolm Maude Faulknor, Maior, Indian) 

Army j 

Nigel Gresley Woodyatt, Major, Indian Army 

Gilbert Walter Palin, Major, Indian Army 



83 



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27 Jan. 94 
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83 27 Jan. 94 
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Majors. 



•mdLIEUT. LIEUT. CiPTAIIf.JIi.JOB. 



Arthur Frederick Mann, Major, Munster Fusiliers ,g Feb. 81 

Edmond Herbert Hills, CMG. Major, Royal Engineers 

William Tennant Buck, Maior, Durham Light Infantry ' 

Algernon Winn Chaldecott, Major, Indian Army 

William C. Giffard Heneker, DSO. dipt. Connaught Rangers 5 Sept.88 

Francis Churchill Quicke. Captain, 1 Dragoon Guards 4 May 87 

Hugh Dudley Carleton, DSO. Major, West India Regiment 6 Mar. 89 

Frederick Eaylay, Major, Royal Engineers ' 

Walter Stephen Speranza, Major, Royal Engineers I 

Edward Aroold Edgell, Major, Royal Engineers 

Sidney Henry Powell, Major, Royal Engineers ! 

Lionel Copley Sherer, Major, Leicester Regiment H Aug. So 

Craufurd A. G. Clark. Major, King's Royal Rifles 

John Philip H. M. Alone, Major, West India Regiment 

Stephen George Moore, Major, Shropshire Light Infantry... 

E Iward Copleston Townsend , Major, Indian Army 

William Kirkpatrick, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Hereward Llewelyn Roberts, Major, Indian Army 

p.i.c. Charles Henry Selwyn, Major, Indian Army 

Fred-rick Cholmeley D. Amesbiiry, Major, Indian Army 

Charles William Field, Major, Indian Army 

Wiiliam LDckhart Maxwell, Major, Indian Army 

William Henry Millar, Major, Indian Army 

Thomas Henry Hardy, Major, Indian Army 

James Archibald Douglas, Major, Indian Army 

Walter Edward Banbury, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Charles Francis Bourchier, Major, Indian Army 

Alfred Edmnnd Hatch, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Thomas Arnold Searle, Major, Indian Army 

Wemyss Hudson, Major, Indian Army 

Richard Henry Ewart, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Robert Postance Jackson, Major. Indian Army 

John James Haldane Black Eckford, Major, Indian Army ... 

Claude Hamilton, Major. Indian Army 

Leonard Henry Orde, Major. East; Yorkshire Regiment 

Charles Stewart Prichard, DSO. Major, Northampton Regt. 
William Harry Percival Plomer. Major, Royal Irish Fus. ... 
William Arthur Churchill Grant, Major, Royal Marine} 

Light Infantry > 

Stephen Lushington Aplin, Major, Indian Army 

Chris. Reginald Buckle, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

John Claude Thorp, Major, Arm Ordnance Department ... 

Rion Philip Benson, Major, Royai Artillery 

Fred. Wm. Starkey Stanton, Major, Royal Artillery 

Fred. Francis W. Daniell, Major, York and Lane. Regt I 

Percy Herbert Rogers, Major, Yorkshire Light Infantry 



PLACBB ON 
HALF PAT. 



i July 81 1 Aug. 9023 July 01 
5 July 84 1 Apr. 93 25 July 01 
10 May 82 28 July 91.27 July 01 
28 July 83 28 July 94,28 July 01 
:2 Feb. 90 10 Mar. 9731 July 01 
1 Apr. 90 6 Nov. 95 2 Aug. 01 
1 Nov. 90 2? July 96 3 Aug. 01 
5 July 84 1 Apr. 93 1 5 Aug. c: 
5 July 84 4 Apr. 93. 6 Aug. 01 
9 Dec. 84 19 Apr. 93,13 Aug.oi 

Dec. 84 3 May 9313 Aug. 01 

1 July St 5 Sept.8814 Aug. 01 
!23Aug.84 4 Jan. 93 14 Aug. 01 

i Mar. 90^29 Junegi 3 Apr. 97 1 14 An-. >i 
14 May 8 1 1 Jan. 92 19 Aug. 01 i 
25 Aug. 33 25 Aug. 94 25 Aug. ot 
25 Aug. 83 25 Aug. 94 25 Aug 01 , 
25 Aug. S3 25 Aug. 94 25 Aug. ci 
25 Aug. 82 25 Aug.94'25 Aug.oi 
25 Aug. S3 25 Aug. oj 25 Aug. 01 
25 Aug. 83 25 Aug. 94 25 Aug. 01 
23 Aug.S3 25 Aug. 94 25 Aug 01 
25 Aug. S3 25 Aug. 94 25 Aug. (.1 
25 Aug. 83 25 Aug. 94 25 Aug. 01 
25 Aug. 83 25 Aug. 9423 Aug. 01 
25 Aug. 83 25 Aug. 94 25 Aug.oi 
25 Aug. S3 25 Aug. 94 25 Aug. 01 
25 Aug. 83 25 Aug. 94 25 Aug. 01 
25 Aug. 83 25 Aug. 94 25 Aug. 01 
25 Aug. 83 25 Aug. 94 25 Aug.oi 
25 Aug. 83 Q5 Aug. 94 25 Aug. 01 
25 Aug. S3 25 Aug. 94,25 Aug. 01 
25 Aug. 8325 Aug. 94 25 Aug. 01 
25 Aug. S3 25 Aug. 94 25 Aug. 01 
5 Dec. 83 18 Dec. 8928 Aug.oi 
10 May S2 2 Sept. 89 30 Aug. 01 
22 Oct. 3i 7 Sept.8S 1 Sept.01 

1 Sept. 80 t Sept, 91 1 Sept.01 

1 Sept. 83 1 Sept. 94 1 Sept.01 

14 Fell. S; 1 Fel). 92 2 Sept.01 

14 Feb. S3 j 1 Feb. 92 2 Sept.oi 

14 Feb. 83! 1 Feb. 92: 2 Sept.01 

M Feb. 83J 1 Feb. 92! 2 Sept.oi 

20 Aug. 85I30 Sept. 91' 4 Sept.oi 

30 Jan. S41 1 Mar. 92! 4 Sept.oi 



y,i.f. Ovren L'. Wollcy-Dod, DSO. Major, Sherwood Foresters Us Au<*. 83U0 Nov. 02 dSeDtoi 



Lord Douglas James Cecil Compton, Major, 9 Lancers .. 

Alex. Bowers King, Major, Irish Regiment 

Herbert C. St. George Molesworth, Major, Royal Artillery... 

Walter MacAdam, Major, Royal Engineers j 

Henry Rex Cook, Major, Royal Artillery 

Gerald Edward Gnlbraith. Major, Royal Artillery 

Lawrence Christian Gordon, Major, Royal Artillery | 

Lewis Herbert Warden, Major, Wiltshire Regiment 

Gilbert Harwood Harrison. Maior, Royal Engineers ! 

Lionel Lewis Pile, Major, East Lancashire Regiment 



2 Sept. 85! 5 Sept. 94 5 Sept.oi 
29 July 82) 7 May 90! 5 Sept.oi 
24 Feb. 83: 1 Feb. 92; 7 Sept.oi 

5 July 84 1 Apr. 93! 8 Sept.oi 
14 Feb. 83I 1 Feb. 92 n Sept.oi 
14 Feb. 831' 1 Feb. 92 11 Sept.oi 

i4Feb.83l 3 Mar. 92 13 Sept. 01 
22 Oct. 8ij 1 May 91J14 Sept.oi 

9 Dec. 84J22 May 9316 Sept.oi 



14 Jan. 80 1 July Si I 1 Nov. 90 



9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 



Evelyn Henry Orlebar, Major, Royal Marine Light Infantry 

Charles Lucena Robinson, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers 

Percy Maclear, Captain, Dubliu t usiliers i^8 Sept.95 

David Finlay Hosken Logan, Major, Royal Artillery 

Oasmir H. C. Van Straubenzee, Major, Suffolk Regiment .. 

p.».e. William Ewbank, Major, Royal Engineers , 

Hubert Armine Anson Livingstone, CMS. Major, Royal ) 

Engineers ) 

Leonard Palmer Chapman, Major, Royal Engineers 

Thomas Burnett Ramsay, Major, Rille Brigade 

Hon. Murrough O'Brieii, DSO. MYO. Major, Northum- ) 

berland Fusiliers J 26 Deb. 87 

William Arthur Boulnois, Major, Royal Artillery 

Wilfrid Malleson, Major, Indian Army 

Thomas Masters Usborne, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frederick James Parker, Major, Northampton Regiment 

Bertram Edmund Ward, Major, Middlesex Regiment 

Walter Macandrew Crockett, Major, Royal Artillery 

Degge Wilmot-Sitwell, Captain, Irish Rifles 

p.n.c. Uon. Henry Yarde-Bnller, DSO. Major, Rille Brigade 
Henry Churnside Beaumont Dann, Major, Indian Army ... 
Quentin Graham Kinnaird Agnew, MYO., DSO. Major, 

Manchester Regiment 

Dalrymple Arbuthnot, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hugh Rose, Major, Black Watch * 

Francis Arthur Randolph, Major, Royal Garrison Artillery 

Francis Vans-Agnew, Major, Royal Garrison Artillery 

Ernest William Newsham Pedder, Major, 13 Hussars 

p.i.c. Geo. Davey Symonds, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Frederick Stevens, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Fitzmaurice, Major, Royal Artiller3' 

Richard Thomas Raynes Laurence, Major, Royal Engineers 15 Feb. 84 

Frederick Chas. Lloyd, Major, Lincolnshire Regimeut 14 Jan. So 1 July 8i 

Arthur Colville Hyde, Major, h. p. York aud Lancaster Regt. .. 29 Aug 85 

Mervyn Henry Nunn, Major, Worcester Regiment 2 g Apr. 86 

George Francis H. Le Breton Simmons, Major, Royal Eng 5 July 84 



1 Sopt. 83, 1 Apr. 94 

!-■ Nov. 84! 6 Dec. 92 



23 Sept.oi 

24 S9pt.oi 
5 Sept.oi 



1 Mar. 97I24 Feb. 00128 Sept. 01 



14 Feb. 83I 3 Mar. 92 
g Sept. 82 9 Dec. 90 
9 Dec. 84 26 May 93 



1 July 93 

10 July j 



23 Aug. S4J23 Nov. 92 

27 Jan. 90129 Dec. 95 

17 Feb. 86129 Aug. 96 
17 Feb. 86 ] 28 Sept.96 
17 Feb 86J28 Sept.96 
10 May 82 13 Sept.89 
10 May 82 19 Mar. 96 
17 Feb. 86 30 Sept.96 
28 June 90 27 July 95 24 Feb. 00 
12 Nov. 84 15 Oct. 93 
20 Oct. 83 20 Oct. 94 

28 Apr. 86 1 July 95 

17 Feb. 86 30 Sept.96 
6 Feb. 84 22 Oct. 90 

2 3 Fell. S3 16 Mar. 92 
9 Mar. S3 18 Mar. 92 
25 Aug. 83 8 Oct. qo 

18 Feb. 86 12 Oct. 96 
iSFeb. 8615 Oct. 96 
18 Feb. 86 21 Dec. 96 

4 Apr. 92 
n Mar. 88 
2; Aug. 94 
6 July 92 
8 Jan. 93 



28 Sept.oi 
1 Oct. 01 
i Oct. 

1 Oct. oi 

1 Oct, 

2 Oct. 01 

2 Oct. 01 
9 Oct. 01 

lift. 

9 Oct. 

12 Oct. 01 

12 Oct. 01 

12 Oct. oi 

12 Oct. 01 
is Oct. 01 
20 Oct. 01 

23 Oct. 01 

28 Oct. 01 
30 Oct. 01 
30 Oct. 01 
30 Oct. 01 
i Nov. 01 

1 Nov. 01 
1 Nov. 01 
1 Nov. 01 

5 Nov. 01 

6 Nov. 01 
10 Nov. 01 

13 Nov. 01 
15 Nov. 01 



28 Nov. 01 



8 9 



Majors. 



2nd LIEUT. LIEUT. 



6 Feb 

i Sept. 83 

10 May 
25 Aug. 86 
29 All; 



CAPTAIN. 5IAJ0B. 



PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



p.s.c. Pownoll Ramsay Phipps, Major, Dorset Regiment 

Fred. "William Edw. Eady, Major, Royal Marine Light [ 

Infantry j 

Henry Elliot Voyle, Major, E. Lancashire Regiment 

Alister Graut Dallas, Major, Durham Light Inf. 

Ernest Cazenove Cobbold, Major, York and Lane. Regiment 
Norman Reginald M'Mahon, DSO. Major, Royal Fusiliers... 
Edward Yorke Daniell, Major, Royal Marine Light Infantry 

Fitzroy Edmund Penn Curzon, Major, Royal Irish Rifles 13 Au 

p.s.c. Claude John Perceval, DSO.Major, Royal Artillery ... 

Morgan John MacCarthy, Major, Royal Artillery 

William John Napier, .MVi/or.'Royal Artillery 

Robert Frederick Ellice, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Ingham Evered Palmer, Major, Indian Army 

Thomas Webster, Major, Indian Army 

Morton Stevens, Major, Indian Army 

Gerhardt L'Honneux Sanders, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Andrew Spottiswoode, Major, Seaforth Highlanders 
p.s.c. Henry Stanhope Sloman, DSO. Major, E. Surrey Regt. 
James Eyre Drummond Ward, Major, Middlesex Regiment 

Walter Leslie Rocke, Major, Wiltshire Regiment 

Edward Hearle Cole, Major, Indian Army 

Edmund Saffery Cooper, Major, Indian Army 

Ernest William R. Stephenson, Major, Middlesex Regiment 

Algernon Forbes Randolph, Major, Middlesex Regiment 

Frederick Guy Maunsell, Major. Royal Garrison Artillery ... 

Robert Muriei Sanders, Major, Worcester Regiment 

Neville Sneyd Bertie-Clay, Major, Royal Garrison Art 

Francis Henry F. R. M'iVIeekan, Major, Royal Garrison Art. 

John Herbert Mansell, Major, Royal Garrison Artillery 

Chas. Louis Rowe Petrie, DSO. Major, Manchester Regiment 

Edmund Howard Gorges, DSO. Major, Manchester Regt. ...I14 Sept.87! 3 July 89 

Philip Walhouse Chetwode, DSO. Major, 19 Hussars [20 Nov. 89' 6 Aug. 90 

Granville Cholmondeley Feilden, DSO. Major, Seaforth) I „ „ 

Highlanders S\ I 12 ISov - s+ 

Samuel Herbert Enderby, Major, Northumberland Fusiliers' 21 Aug. 89; 9 Nov. 91 



31 Dec. 00:19 Nov. 01 

1 Apr. 94.!?o Nov. 01 

18 Mar. 91 ai Nov. 01 
7 Mar. 92I27 Nov. 01 
16 Jan. 95^28 Nov. 01 

23 May 85' 27 Nov. 96 28 Nov. 01 
1 Feb. 8416 Aug. 94I29 Nov. 01 

79I 1 July 81J14 Nov. 8S130 Nov. 01 
28 July 83! 1 Apr. 92 130 Nov. 01 

24 July Sfi 15 June 97J 2 Dec. 01 



28 July 83 

24 July 36 

5 Dec. 83 

5 Dec. 83 

5 Dec. 83 

5 Dec. 83 

22 Oct. 3i 

10 May 82 

30 Jan. 84 

10 May 82 

19 Dec. 93 

13 Dec. 



4 Dec. 01 

4 Dec. 01 

5 Dec. 01 
5 Dec. 01 
5 Dec. 01 
5 Dec. 01 
7 Dec. 01 

11 Dec. 

ti Dec. 

Dec. 



Feb. 



28 June 82 
9 Dec. 84 



84 



Ponsonby J. Loftus Tottenham, Major, South Stafford Regt. 

William Andrew Liddell, Major, Royal Engineers 

Acton Lemuel Schreiber, DSO. Major, Royal Engineers 

John Arthur S. Tulloch, Major, Royal Engineers 

Usher Williamson Evans, Major, Royal Engineers 

Edward Humphry Bland, Major, Royal Engineers 

Cecil Bingham Levita, MYO. Major, Royal Artillery 

Theodore Longridge, DSO. Major, Bedford Regiment .., 

p.s.c. Thomas Ernie Fowle, Major, Bedford Regiment 

Oswald Henry Ames, Major, 2 Lite Guards 

George Forbes Holland, Major, Munster Fusiliers 

Ramsay Gordon Chase, Major, Berkshire Regiment 

Frederick B. Dumaresq Brbadrick, Major, Royal Artillery ... 

Michael Harrison Orr, DSO. Major, Yorkshire Regiment 14 Jan. 80I 1 July 81 

Arthur James Mitchell, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers j , ] 28 Apr. £6 

Cyril Maxwell Ross-Johnson, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery ... 124 July 86 

John Earle Tremayne, Major, 13 Hussars | 19 May 36 

George Ambrose Congreve Webb, Captain, Munster Fus. ... Lg Mar. 90) 1 Apr. 92 
p.s.c. George Kirkpatrick Ansell, Captain, 6 Dragoons <i% Apr. 94^7 Sept. 95 



1 Apr. 92 

15 June 97 
5 Dec. 94 
5 Dec. Q4 
5 Dec. 94 

5 Dec. 94 
26 Oct. 89 
20 Nov. 88 
10 Nov. 91 

16 Oct. 91 

19 Dec. 94119 Doc. 01 
19 Dec. 94I19 Dec. 01 

3 Aug. 84^10 Nov. 91 21 Dec. 01 
23 Aug. 84I23 Sept.91121 Dec. 01 
28 July 83 1 1 Apr. 9221 Deo. 01 
25 Aug. 86! 11 Aug. 93 21 Dec. 01 
28 July 8325 May 92,21 Dec. 01 
28 July 83^5 May 92J21 Dec. o 
28 July 33'28 May 92J21 Dec. o 
10 Apr. 89 1 13 July 96^1 Dec. 01 

6 Oct. 96:21 Dec. 

7 Feb. 97j2i Dec. 01 

2 Sept.9i:22 Dee. 01 

5 Aug. 96 25 Dec. 01 
1 Dec. 89126 Dec. 01 



14 July 03 



9 Dec. 84J 1 Aug. 93 
9 Dec. S4 11 Dec. Q3 



1 Jan. 94 



9 Dec. 01 
31 Dec. 01 
31 Dec. 01 
31 Dec. 01 



I 9 Dec 

j 8 Dec. 84 12 Jan. 94;3i Dec. 01 

24 July 36 3 July 97" 5 Jan 

14 Jan. 80I 1 July 81 1 Feb. S9J11 Jan. 02 

! 5 Dec. 83 11 Dec. 89:11 Jan. 02 

1 14 May 84 26 Oct. 9212 Jan. 02 

22 0-"t. 81126 Sept. 90 14 Jan. 02 

I22 Oct. 81 19 Feb. 90 15 Jan. 02 

24 July 86| 3 July 97 20 Jan. 02 
29 Sept. 88 21 Jan. o: 



Arthur Matthew Connolly, Major, Royal Marine Light Inf. 

Charles Wyndham Somerset, Major, Indian Army 

Colin Finch, Major, Indian Army 

Robert Ross Renton, Major, Indian Army 

John Charrier Keown, Major, Indian Army 

Pereival Godfrey Godfrey-Faussett, Major, Royal Artillery 

Morland Stanhope Eyre, Major, Royal' Artillery 

Charles Herbert Clay, Major, Indian Army ,... 

p.s.c. Michael Ed. Willoughby, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Percy A. Elphinstone, Major, Indian Army 

Thomas Wolseley Haig, Major, Indian Army 

p.s.c. John Kelso Tod, Major, Indian Army 

Thos. Hume Henderson, Major, Indian Army 

Edward St. Aubyn Wake. K-i-M.G.M. Major, Indian Army 

George Alan Robertson, Major, Indian Army 

Henry John Roche, Major, Indian Army 

William Crawford Walton, Major, Indian Army 

Sylvester Bertram Grimston, Major, Indian Army 

James Herbert Dollard, Major, Indian Army 

William Ayerst, Major, iDd'ianArmy 

George Henry C. Colomb, Major, Indian Army 

Percy Zachariah Cox, Major, Indian Army 

Louis Maurice Foster, Major, Indian Army 

Allen George Medley, Major, Indian Army 

Stuart Bruce Graham, Maior, Indian Army 

Francis William Henry Cox, Major, Indian Army 

John Oliver Mennie, Major, Indian Army 

Cyril Francis Tyiel Murray, Major, Indian Army ... 

Alfred Walter Warden, Major, Indian Army 

Montagu William Douglas, CIE. Major, Indian Army 

George J. FitzMaurice Soady, Major, Indian Army 

John Henegan, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Ernest de Vaynes Wintle, Major, IndianArmy 

James Petit Barnes, Ma jor, IiidiaD Army 

Gilbert Howell Lenny Buchanan, Major, Shropshire i 

Light Infantry ) 

William Alex. Barnett, DSO. Major, N.Staffordshire Regt... 



1 Feb. 34 

30 Jan. 84 

30 Jan. 84 

30 Jan. 84 

I 1 Feb. 84 

24 July 86 

28 July 83 

6 Feb. 84 

6 Feb. 84 

6 Feb. 84 

I 6 Feb. 84 

6 Feb. 84 

6 Feb. 84 

6 Feb. 84 

6 Feb. 84 

6 Feb. 84 

6 Feb. 84 

6 Feb. 84 

1 6 Feb. 84 

6 Feb. 84 

6 Feb. 84 

6 Feb. 84 



14 June 93 28 Jan. 02 

21 July 97 '24 Jan. 02 

8 June 96 29 Jan. 02 

1 Nov. 98*29 Jan. 20 

10 July 01 29 Jan. 02 

5 Nov. 94 30 Jan. 02 
30 Jan. 95 30 Jan. 02 
30 Jan. 95l3oJan. 02 
30 Jan. 95 '30 Jan. 02 

1 Feb. 95I 1 Feb. 02 
24 July 97] 1 Feb. 02 
10 Jan. 931 6 Feb. 02 

6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 95, 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 55! 6 Feb. 
6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 95! 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 95; 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 95! 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. Q5 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 95 1 6 Feb. 
6 Feb. 95, 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 

6 Feb. 84 6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 8 4 > 6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84; 6 Feb. 95; 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84' 6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84 6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84 6 Feb. 05 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84- 6 Feb. 95; 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84 6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84 6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84 6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 84 6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 
6 Feb. 95 6 Feb. 02 



j 6 Feb. 84 
27 Jan. 03 
I 7 Feb. 85 



30 July 91 jit Feb. 02 
1 May 93 1 12 Feb. 02 



Majors. 



yo 



Edward Duncan Cameron, Major, Royal Artillery 

Son. Horace Scott Davey, Major, 18 Hussars 

p.s.c. Alfred Douglas Miller, DSO. Major, 2 Dragoons 

Clarence Dalrymple Bruce, Major, West Riding Regiment ... 
John Frederick Wm. Boyce, Maior, Royal Warwick Regt. ... 
p.s.c, Arlington Augustus Chichester, I)SO. Major, Dorset R 

Charles Frederick Lennock, Major, Suffolk Regiment 

Casimir Cartwright Van Straubenzee, Major, Royal Artillery 

Donald M'Kay, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Ernest Sven David Uoldschmidt, Major, R. Irish Fus. 
Charles Ulric Sandys, Major, Royal Irish Fusiliers .... 

Hubert Atwell Lake, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Fredk. Annesley Dudgeon, Major, S.' Lancashire Regt. 
Charles William Patton Keyes, Major, Army Service Corps... 

Gordon Henry Paske, Maior, R iyal Engineers 

Edward Rowland Bennett Stoke- Roberts, Major, Royal Eng. 

Henry Davies, Major, Army Service Corps 

Colquhoun Scott Dodgson, Major, Army Service Corps 

Gwynnedd Conway-Gordon, Major, Army Sei-vice Corps 

Charles William Grey, Major, Army Service Corps 

John Henry Chinn, District Officer', Royal Artillery 

Sidney Latimer Revnolds, Maior, Army Service Corps 

William Edward Wingfield, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Stephen Woodcock, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Nicholas Whyte, DSO. Major, h.p. Lancashire Fus. ... 
Robert Montgomery Laird, District Officer, Rjyal Artillery 

Frederic Alexander MacFarlan, Major, Cameron Hldrs 

Bonham Faunce, Captain, West India Regiment 

Wilfrid John Venour, Captain, Royal Dublin Fusiliers 

Harry Claude Moorhouse, Captain, Royal Artillery 

ArthurMackenzie Nutt Mackenzie, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Montague Amos Foster, Major, Somerset Light In fantry 

Richard Lane Baylitf, Major, Royal Mamie Light Infantry 
Robert, Kellock Scott, DSO. Major, Army Ordnance Dept.... 
p.s.c. Arthur Lynden Lyuden-Bell, Major, East Kent Regt ... 

Arthur Gordon Jeffreys, Manor, Wiltshire Regiment 

William Wilfr.d Cordeaux, Major, 21 Lancers 

Edward Dalrymple White Major, Oxford Light Infantry ... 

Percy Bliss Warren, Major, Indian Army 

Sydney Arthur Pearse,« Major, h.p. Indian Army 

Fredk. John Henry Wynch,' Major, Indian Army 

George William Lilly, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Henry Montagu, Major, Indian Army 

Hubert St. George Thomas, Major, Indian Army 

Thomas Ffrench, Major, Indian Army 

Henry Brooke Murray, Major, Indian Army 

Archibald Colin Baldwin, Major, Indian Army 

p.s.c. Launcelot Richard Carleton, Major, Essex Regiment.. 
David Lorraine Wilson-Farquharson,' DSO. Major, Blacky 

Watch j 

Walter Bromilow, Major, Royal Dublin Fusiliers 

John Henry Ansley, Major, Loyal N. Lanes. Regiment 

Arthur Otway Jacob, Major, 20 Hussars 

Alexander Mullaly, Captain, Indian Army 

John Robert Ritchie, Major, Royal Artillery 

Ernest Arthur Dickinson, Major, Dublin Fusiliers 

William Alexander F. Williamson. Major, Army Service i 

Corps ) 

James Richard Kemmis Birch, DSO. Major, Cheshire Regt. 

George Nuttall Going, Major, S. Stafford Regiment 

George Alfred Travers, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Camac Luard, Major, Durham Light Infantry 

p.s.c. Evelyn Ridley Bradford, Captain, Seaforth Highlders. 

John Sharman Fowler, DSO. Major, Royal Engineers 

Hardress Gilbert Holmes, Captain, Yorkshire Regiment 

p.s.c. Raymond John Marker, DSO. Major, Coldstream Gds. 

Samuel FitzGibbon Cox, Captain, Lincoln Regiment 

William Arthur Tilney, Major, 17 Lancers 

Wilfred Speddmg Swaoey, Captain, Army Service Corps ... 

Edward Spencer Nairne, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. George Kynaston Cockerill, Captain, Warwick Regt... 
Arthur Crawford Daly, Captain, W. Yorkshire Regiment ... 

p.s.c. Reginald Arthur Bright, Captain, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Ernest Frederick Arby Gascoigne,'i><SO. Captain, "i 

Grenadier Guards j 

Charles Edward Corkran, Captain, Grenadier Guards 

Maurice Hilliard Tomlin, Captain, Yorkshire Regiment 

Charles Arthur Armstrong, Captain, Northumberland Fus. 

Arthur Julius Craven. Captain, Royal Engineers 

Harold Arthur David Richards, Captain, Army Service Corps 
Edward Humphrey M. Leggett, DSO. Captain, Royal Eug.... 
Paget Edward Stuart Reeves, DSO. Major, Leins'ter Regt... 

Charles Henfrey Eiithoven, Major, Royal Engineers 

George Alexander Ward, Major, Indian Army 

Edward Willoughby Richards, Major, Indian Army 

Edward William Boudier, Major, Indian Army 

Bon. William Edwin Cavendish, Major, Grenadier Guards- 
Alfred Alexander Kennedy, Major, '3 Hussars 

William Richard N. Annesley, DSO. Major, West Kent) 

Regiment I 

George Tyacke, Major, Royal Artillery ....'.......'."..'.'..'.'.'........ 

George Alfred Fitzgerald, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery...... 



21 Oct. 

29 Oct. 

Nov. 

13 Feb. 



2ndLIFCT.| LIEUT. 



PLACED OX 
HALF PAV. 



14 Sept 



16 Feb. 
ib Feb. 



16 Feb. 



16 July 



19 Dec. 



22 Aug, 



15 Feb. 
28 June 
10 Apr. 



: 7 July 
11 Feb. 
4 June 
'-7 Ju'y 
23 Mar. 
15 Mar. 
29 Feb. 
10 Oct. 
23 Nov. 



■■5 J^y 



10 Oct. 



24 July 86 
.87,16 Mar. 89 

7 Feb. 85 28 
I 9 Sept. 82 30 
,10 Nov. 86 16 
123 Aug. 84 11 

5 Dec. 83 1 

25 Dec. 86, 1 
87)16 Feb. 90, 1 

22 Oct. 81 1 

10 May 82 9 
16 Feb. 90 15 
29 Aug. 85*26 

1 Feb. 86| 1 

26 July 81 1 
9 Dec. 84 8 

14 Sept.87; 1 

11 Feb. 88 1 1 

22 Aug. 88 J 1 
29 Dec. 88; 1 

[14 Aug. 86 24 
I 1 Mar. 90 5 
16 Fell. 90 1 
8 7 'i7 Feb. 86 21 
10 Nov. S6 31 
120 July 871 7 
9 May 85 
qiJ iB Sept. 93 
90 16 Dec. 93 
9i| 4 Nov. 94 
91! 13 Feb. 94 
28 Jan. 82 

1 Sept. 04 
g 1 : 1 6 July 94 

j 9 May 85 
'23 Aug. 84.I 1 
1 10 Mar. 83)30 
I 7 Feb. 85,27 
14 May 84,14 
14 May 84 14 
1 14 May 84] 14 
114 May 841 14 
14 May 84I14 
1 14 May 84 '14 
14 May 3 4 |i4 
14 May 841 14 

14 May 84I 14 
10 May 82I 1 

6 Feb. 94 29 

1 14 May 84 17 

9 Sept. 82 12 

8cj 9 Sept. 91 11 

j 30 Jan. 861 ^o 

28 July 83 17 

23 Aug. 84(23 

[28 June 90 

22 Oct. 8i 
I31 Oct. 85 
!i6 Sept. S5 

2 Sept. 35 
88 n June 90 

I 6 Jan. 86 _, 
I 9 May 85 18 
88; 29 Sept. 90! 24 
go) 9 June 92 
89; 5 Dec. 94 
9 Jan. 92 
88 27 July 911 9 

88 26 June 89 11 
90 7 Mar. 92 15 

89 27 July 92 27 

92 10 Feb. 97I28 

93,12 May 9718 
83' 19 June 91! 1 
94 20 Dec. 95 12 
89 23 Nov. 92,12 
I 6 June 96' 1 
90,25 July 031 17 
1 6 May 85 ! 2i 
(29 Apr. 85 
I 2 July 84 
5 July 84 
] 5 July 84 
J23 May 85 
qi| it) Nov. 92 

: 6 Feb. 84 

15 Feb. 84 



27 



Sept.97 15 
June Q4 19 
June 93 20 
Nov. 8SI21 
Dec. 96124 
Mar. 91 1 26 
Apr. 92 26 
Sept.97 
Sept.07 
July 88 
Jan. 89 
Sept.97 
Nov. 93 
July 93 
Mar. 94 
Mar. 94 
Dec. 94 
Dec. 4 
Apr. 5 
Abr. 95 
Apr. 95 
Junegsl 
May 97' 
Sept.97 
Mar. 95 
Nov. 98 
Feb. 94 
Apr. 98 
Oct. 99 
Nov. 99 
Feb. 00 
Sept.87 
Jan. 95 _ 
Nov. 99 24 
Jan. 94 3 
May 9i| 5 
Jan. 95 1 7 
July 92 1 n 
May 9;'(4 
May 95: 14 
May 95 
May 95 
May 95 
May 95 
May 95 
May 95 , 
May 95:14 
July 85 [16 



Feb. 

Feb. 02 

Feb. 02 

Feb. 02 

Feb. 02 

Feb. 02 

Feb. 02 

Feb. 02 

Mar. 02 

Mar. 02 

Mar. 02 

Mar. 02 

Mar. 02 

Apr. 02 

Apr. 02 

Apr. 02 

Apr. 02 

Apr. 02 

Apr. 02 '■ 

Apr. 02 

Apr. 02 

Apr. 02 

Apr. 02 

Apr. 02 

Apr. 02 

Apr. 02 24 Jan. 04 

Apr. 02 

Apr. 02 

Apr. 02 

Apr. 02 

Apr. 02 

Apr. 02 

Apr. 02 

Apr. 02 

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Majors. 



William Come Tonge, DSO. Major, Norfolk Regiment 

Charles Henry Lewis, Major, Indian Army 

Harvey Beauchamp Welman, Major, Shropshire Light Inf. 
Percy Agnew Bainbridge, Major, Army Ordnance Dept. ... 

Richard Meredith de Berry, Major, Welsh Regiment 

Robert Frederick Broughton Glover, DSO. Major, South) 

Stafford Regiment / 

Geoffrey Dominie Close, Major, Royal Engineers 

Edmund Sylvester Jacksonj Major, 6 Dragoons 

Henry A. Micklem, DSO. Captain, Roval Engineers 

Bernard Richard Kinneir Tarte, Majoi , The Buff's 

Robert Douglas Beith, Major, Royai Marine Light Iufantry 
Andrcw Aytoun, DSO. Major, Argyll and Suth. Highldrs..'.. 
Geo. Clifton I. Stockwell, DSO. Major, Highland Light Inf. 

Ralph Legh Hartley, Major, Liverpool Regiment 

George Feilden Menzies, Major, S. Lancashire Regiment ... 

Albert Lawrence Powell, Major, 19 Hussars 

Henry Montague Eustace, DSO. Major, Middlesex Regt. ... 

Robert Fox Sorsbie, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Duncombe Bramwell, Major, 15 Hussars 

William Thwaites, Major, Royal Artillery 

Harry Francis Kellie, Major', Cheshire Regimenr 

Edward Feetham, Mayor, Royal Berkshire Regiment 

John Wm. Gascoigne Roy, Captain, Sherwood Foresters ... 

Charles Arthur Cecil King, Captain, Yorkshire Regc 

Russell Loscombe Stable, Major, Loyal N. Lancashire Regt.... 

William Edward J. Grylls, Captain, Connaught Rangers 

Henry Leycester Croker, Major, Leicestershire Regt 

Ernest Henry Montresor, Major, Royal Susfex Regiment ... 

Stuart TTpperton, Major, South Lancashire Regiment 

John Henry Purvis, Captain, Highland Light Infantry 

Harry Bland Strange, Major, Royal Garrison Artillery 

William Maunder Withycombe, Mujm , Yorkshire Lt. Inf. ... 

Henry Wrixon Becher, Captain, West Riding Regiment 

Edward Vincent, Cap'ain, Wiltshire Regiment 

Ernest Henderson Rowley Cooke Richard Piatt, Captain, } 

Shropshire Light Infantry j 

Luke George Ionidus, Captain, Rast Surrey Regiment 

Michael Jas. Joseph Sweetman, Captain, Worcestershire Regt. 

Francis John Duncan, DSO. Captain, Royal Scots 

Alexander Russell FinlayS, Captain, h. p. Bedfordshire Regt. 

Charles Steer Davidson, Captain, S. Staffordshire Regt 

Crofton Bury Vandalenr, Captain, Scottish Rifles 

Alan David Greenhill-Gardyne, Captain, Gordon Highldrs... 

Samuel Eyre Massy Lloyd, Captain, Suffolk Regiment 

Francis Jearrad Bowker, Captain, Hampshire Regiment 

Charles John Steavenson, Captain, Liverpool Regiment 

Albert William Andrew, Captain, Indian Army 

Henry George Levinge, Captain, Norfolk Regiment 

James Alec Charles Gibbs, Captain, West Riding Regiment. 
George Henniker Lawrence, Captain, E. Lancashire Regt.... 
Francis John Carruthers, Captain, King's Own Scottisn Bord. 

Edward Vaughan, Major, Manchester Regiment 

Walter Herbert Young, Cajitain, East Yorkshire Regiment.. 
John Kelvin O'Meagher, Captain, Royal Munster Fusiliers... 
IXC Neville Maskelyne Smyth, Captain, 2 Dragoon Guards.. 

Ernest de Launoy Hayes, Captain, Scottish Rifles .... 

p.s.c. Henry A. Lempriere, DSO. Major, 7 Dragoon Gds. ... 

Francis William Mussenden, Major, 8 Hussars 

Allen Henry Wilkinson, Captain, Leicestershire Regiment... 

Julian Hasler, Captain, East Kent Regiment 

George Peabody Scholfield, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Frederick Richard Hicks, Captain, Hampshire Regiment ... 

Maurice Lowndes, Captain, Royal Dublin Fusiliers 

William Meredith Howard Armstrong, Captain, Army S. C. 

Herbert Willie Andrew Christie, Major, Royal Artillery 

Archie Stewart Buckle, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Philip du Plat Taylor, Captain, Grenadier Guards ... 

Harry Roderick Bottomley, Captain, West Surrej' Regt 

Henry Robert Brown, Captain, Cameron Highlanders 

John Stuart Mackenzie Shea, DSO. Captain, Indian Army... 

Francis George Fuller, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Lancelot Edwards, Captain, Lincolnshire Regiment 

David Graham Mushiet Campbell, Major, 9 Lancers 

John Barclay Seriven, Captain, 5 Lancers 

Hugh Archie Dundas Simpson-Baikie, Major, R. Art 

Ferdiuand Henry de Kierzkowski-Eteuart, Major Scots Gds. 
Hon. Chas. Strathaven Heathcote-Drummond-Willoughby, j 

Major, Scots Guards J 

Francis Edward Buchanan, Captain, Royal Scots Fusiliers... 
Morton H. Knaggs, Captain, North Staffordshire Regiment 

Richard Lucas Mullens, Major, 2 Dragoon Guards 

Alexander Young Spearman, Captain, R. Warwick Regt. .. 

Charles John Simpson, Captain, Gordon Highlanders 

Charles Wynn Barlow, Captain, Essex Regiment 

Walter Sidney Brown, Captain, WiHsbire Regiment 

Edward Algernon Cleader Blake, Captain, Durham Lt. Inf. 

Sidney Hunter Shaw, Captain, Wiltshire Regiment 

Philip Gould, Captain, Royal Irish Fusiliers 

William Griffith Baynes Phibbs, Captain, R. Irish Fusiliers 
Edward Chaloner Bradford, Captain, Royal Irish Rifles ... 
Alfred M'Nair Dykes, Captain, Royal Lancaster Regiment 




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Nov. 84 j 
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Apr. 96 
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May 89 
Dec. 89 
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Dec. 86 
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Dec. 95 
Apr. 93 
Dec. 91 
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July 90 
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May 92 
Mar. 94 
Feb. 91 
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Oct. 85 
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Majors. 



92 



Hugh Montague Trencbard, Captain, Royal Scots Fusiliers... 

Henry Storr, Captain, Middlesex Regiment 

James Henry Waller Johnstone, Captain, Royal Artillery 
William Charles Christie, Captain, Roy. Warwickshire Regt. 

Francis Herbert Howe, Captain, Welsh Regiment 

Edward Vanstittart D. Riddell, Captain, Royal Garrison Art 

"P€ James Morris Colquhoun Colvin, Captain, R. Eng 

George Tom Molesworth Bridges, DSO. Captain, Royal Art 

Ian Stewart, Captain, Scottish Rifles 

Stanley Leonard Barry, DSO. Major, 10 Hussars 



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9 Sept. 93 12 Ang.gi 28 Feb. 00 22 Aug. 02 

28 Sept. 95 27 Aug. 98 j 14 Mar. 0022 Aug. 02 
3 Mar. 92! 3 Mar. 95 15 Mar. 00 22 Au, 

21 Oct. 931 12 Feb. 98 17 Mar. 0022 Au, 

29 Mar. 90 15 June92J2i Mar. 00:22 Au; 

30 May 9330 May 96 21 Mar. oo|22 Aug. 02 
27 July 89(27 July 92J 1 Apr. 00 22 Au^ 
19 Feb. 92 19 Feb. 95 5 Apr. 0022 Aug. 02 

6 Mar. 95! to Oct. 97 10 Apr. 00,22 Aug. 02 
2 June 94 5 Feb. 96 77 Apr. 00122 Aug. 02 



Kenneth Wyndham Arbuthnot, Captain, Seaforth Highldrs.19 July 93, 3 July 95 29 Apr. 0022 Aug. 02 



Son, JohnPraneis-Gathorne-Hardy, Captain, Grenadier Gds.! 10 Oct. 94 
Walter Ernest Campion, Captain, East Yorkshire Regimentji2 Dec. 94 



8 Oct. 90 
13 July 92 
10 Oct. 91 
to Oct. 91 
28 June 93 
24 June 96 
19 Oct. 92 
21 Feb. 94 



Frederick William Moffitt, Captain, Essex Regiment 
Robert Joseph Atkinson Terry, Captain, Manchester Regt..., 
Fras. Malcolm E vory Kennedy, Capta in, WorcestershireRegt 

George Algernon Egerton, Major, 19 Hussars 

Philip Guy Reynolds, DSO. Captain 3 Dragoon Guards 

Walter Gabriel Home, Captain, 6 Dragoon Guards 

Edward Armstrong, Captain, Highland Light Infantry 

Patrick Godfrey Ashley Cox, Captain, Rifle Brigade ..' 

Harold Findlay, Captain, East Kent Regiment 

Henry Richardson Peck, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Alfred Burt, Captain, 3 Dragoon Guards 6 June 96 

Frederick Maurice Crum, Captain, King's Royal Rifles 24 May 93 

Stanley Fielder Mott, Captain, King's RoyalRifles 27 Sept.93 

Walter Howorth Greenly, DSO. Captain, 12 Lanc9rs 20 Feb. 95 

William Robert Codrington, Captain, n Hussars 31 Dec. 90 

Leslie Cockbum Jones, Captain, Indian Army 1 Mar. 90! ti June 92 

Hon. Ralph A. Campbell, Captain, Cameron Highlanders ... 9 Dec. 96 
Uffi Francis Aylmer, Maxwell, DSO. Captain, Indian Army, 7 Nov. 91 
Edward Martin Punter-Downes, Captain, Royal Irish Regt.lioOct. 94 
Robert Clayton Browne-Clayton, Captain, 5 Lancers 24 Dec. 90 



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1 Apr. 97 10 May 00)22 Au 

zo Feb. 95 11 May 00)22 Au; 

28 Oct. 96; 9 June 0022 Aug, 02 

29 May 9520 June 0022 Aug. 02 
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1 Jan. 95 1 Aug. 00 22 Aug. o 

26 Aug. 96 15 Aug. OD122 Aug. o: 

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18 Mar. 96.13 Jan. 01 22 Aug 
1 Oct. 96' 19 Jan. 01 22 Aug 



24 Oct. 92 



Ernest Wriothesley Denny, Captain, 13 Hussar 

Cyril Edward Wilson, Captain, Lancashire Fusiliers 

Lionel Boyd Moss, Captain, South Staffordshire Regiment... 

Clement Arthur Wilkinson, Captain, Shropshire Light Inf. 

Alex. Walter Frederic Baird, DSO. Captain, Gordon High-] 
landers J 

Hubert I^acke. Captain, Royal West Kent Regiment 

Martin Archer-Shee, DSO. Captain, 19 Hussars 

Fredk. Lindsay Lloyd, Major, Royal Engineers 

Ernest Montague Jackson, Major, Indian Army 

HughVachell Bradley, Major, Indian Army 

p.s.c. George de Symons Barrow, Major, Indian Army 

Reginald George Burton, Major, Indian Army 

Henry Thomas Horatio Hay, Major, Indian Army 

John Balsir Chatterton. Major, Indian Army 

Francis Tvveddell, Major, Indian Army 

Herbert Clifford Bernard, Major, Indian Army 

Robert Henry Dewing, Major, Indian Army 

Herbert John Jones, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Charles Gordon Prendergast, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Gilbert Carne.gy, Major, Indian Army 

Ramsay Fredk. Clayton Gordon, Major, Indian Army 

Stanley Malcolm Edwardes, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Lionel Charles Dunsterville, Major, Indian Army 

George Milford Evans, Major, Iudian Army 

Guy Mortimer Audain, Major, Indian Army 

Ambrose William Newbold, Major, Indian Array 

Herbert Lane Goodenough, Major, Indian Army 

Chas. Herbert Davis Cass, DSO. Major, Worcester Rest. .. 

Arthur Edward Osmond Congdon, Major, Royal Munster ) 
Fusiliers ] 

Hy. Montague Shallett O'Brien, Major, Border Regt. ......... 

Hy. Cecil de la Montague Hill, Major, The Bulls 

Henry Louis Rosher, Major, Dorset Regiment 

Ashton Hope Hire, Major, Royal Marine Artillery 

John Frederick Whyte, Major, Indian Army 

Richard Chamberlin buanl, Major, Oxford Light Infantry... 

Ernest Makins, DSO. Major, 1 Dragoons 

Douglas Campbell, Major, Seaforth Highlanders 

Charles Bulkeley Bulkeley -Johnson, Major, 2 Dragoons 

Reginald CoplestoneBond, DSO. Major, Yorkshire Light ) 
Infantry jf 

Robert Hall Hayes, Major, Middlesex Regiment 

Herbert Maitland Cowper' J , Major, h.p.R. West Surrey Regt. 

William Hugh Usher Smith, DSO. Major, Army Ordnance) 

Dept / 

John Onap'yn Burnett, DSO. Major, Royai Artillery 

Harold Joseph Sherwood, Major, Royal Engineers.'. 

Richard Fieldin Edwards, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Cecil Perceval, Major, Royal' Engineers 

Annesley John Hancocks, Major, Boyal Inniskilling Fus. .. 
Arthur John William Dowell, Major, Royal Berkshire Regt 

Richard Fowler-Butler, Major, Royal Fusiliers 

Harold Vera Selby Ormond, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers ... 

Hon. Henry Walter Trefusis, Major, S^ots Guards 

p.n.c. Hubert de la Post Sough, Major, 16 Lancers 

Norton James Good wyn, DSO. Major, Devonshire Regiment 

Lewis Owen William, Major, 11 Hussars 

George Frederic Barttelot, Major, Royal Welsh Fusiliers 
John Frederick Barry, Major, Indian Army 



28 June 93 

21 Oct. 93 

6 June 96 

23 Dec. 93 

15 May 97 

14 Dec. 92 

15 Mar. 93 



7 Sept. 9 
24 Nov. 93 

2 Sept 97 
12 Aug. 94 

8 June 96 
30 Mar. 97 

1 Mar. 99 

8 June 98 

9 June 99 
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7 Feb. 97 



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27 July 88 



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23 Aug. 95123 Aug. 02 
23 Aug. 95123 Aug. 02 
23 Aug. 95^3 Aug. 02 



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23 Aug. 95 
23 Aug. 95 
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10 May 8224 June 91 

May 82(30 Dec. 91 
10 Nov. S6I23 Oct. 95 

7 Feb. 85 19 Nov. 91 

1 Sept. 81! Sept. 92 
1 Sept.841 1 Sept. 95 

18 Mar. 85 17 Dec. 92 
31 Aug. 93; 2 Feb. 93 
9 May 85 23 Nov. 92 
16 Mar. 89 1 13 June 94 

1 Apr. 90 



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28 May 87 
6 Mar. 89 



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29 Aug. 95 6 Nov. 93U8 Sept.02 
23 Aug. 84 29 Sept. 94(29 Sept. 02 

27 July 91U3 Nov. 90 30 Sept. 02 

15 Feb. 84 1 Feb. 93 1 Oct. 
29 Apr. 85 21 May 94I 1 Oct. 02 
29 Apr. 85 21 June 94 1 Oct. 02 

29 Apr. 85,21 June94| 1 Oct. 02 
7 Feb. 85 j 1 July 91] 4 Oct. o^ 

10 May 82: 1 Mar. 90 11 Oct. 02 

30 Jan. 86,28 Nov. 97 it Oct. 02 

22 Dec. 86| 19 Jan. 95 15 Oct. 02 
1 Apr. 90.13 Apr. 98 15 Oct. 02 

23 July 90(22 Dec. 9422 Oct. 02 
9 Sept.82 1 1 Apr. 91 25 Oct. 02 

25 Nov. 85^10 Aug. 92 25 Oct. 02 

7 Feb. 85:16 May 94 25 Oct. 02 

25 Oct. 84 25 Oct. 95 25 Oct. 02 



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93 



Majors. 






2ndLIFUT., LIEUT. 



Frederick Rudolph, Sari o/Cavan, Major, Grenadier Guards 
p.t.c Hugh Duncan Lawrence, Major, East Surrey Regt. ... 

Horace Francis Kays, Major, Highland Light Infantry 

Harry Palairet Verstume-Banbury, Major, Royal Scots 

William Bain Richardson Sandys, Major, Royal Artillery ... 

Dudley Howard Ridout, Major, Royal Engineers 

Seymour Spencer Somerset Clarke, Major, Cameron \ 

Highlanders i 

Arthur Ernest Buckle, Major, Army Service Corps 

Ernest Blennerhasset Blennerhasset, Major, Royal Innis- \ 

killing Fusiliers } 

Michael Henry Egan, Major, Army Ordnance Department 
Francis Mary John Dominic Rhodes, Major, Duke of Corn- ) 

wall's Light Infantry .' j 

George Fraser Phillips, Major, W. Yorkshire Regiment 

Walter Guy Bentinck, Major, Rifle Brigade .'. 

Charles Octavius Head, Major, Royal Horse Artillery 

Donald Mackenzie Stuart, Major, Royal Scots Fusiliers 

Benjamin William Mariow, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Edward Hendley, Major, Indian Army 

Claude Herbert, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Joseph Robert Hill, Major, Indian Army 

Harold Nash Hilliard, Major, Indian Army 

Henry Edward Pritchard, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Henry Battye, Major, Indian Army 

William Hugh Welch Mercer, Major, Indian Army 

John Augustus George Rainsford, Major, Indian Army 

Norman Guy Von Hugel, Major, Royal Engineers 

Cecil Macdonald Stephenson, Major, King's Own Scot- ^ 

tish Borderers j 

Geirge Francis Milner, DSO. Major, i Life Guards 

p.s.c. Arthur Herbeit Barthorp, Major, Northampton Regt. 

John Beville Pym, Major, Royal Marine Light Infantry 

Frederick de Bude Young, Major, Indian Army 

Kennedy Beresford, Major, Royal Irish Rifles 

Eldred Charles Pottinger, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Douglas Smith, Major, Royal Scots Fusiliers 

George Strachan Cartwright, Major, Royal Engineers 

Ewen Donald Charles Cameron, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Greville Woods, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Robert Pacy Maxwell, Major, Lincolnshire Regiment 

William James Theodore Glasgow, Major, Queen's (Royal > 

West Surrey Regiment) j 

Albert Bayspoole, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert William Persse White, Major, Welsh Regiment 

Rodney Charles Style, Major, Queen's Own (Royal West > 

Kent Regiment) '. ) 

Coningsby Norbury, Major, Worcestershire Regiment 

Thomas, Earl of Longford, XP. Major, 2 Life Guards 

Gordon Chesney Wilson, MVO. Major, Royal Horse Guards 

Alfred Joseph Caruana, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Melville Johnston, Major, h.p. 6 Dragoon Guards... 
Charles William Garraway, Major, Royal Irish Regiment... 

William Houghton, Major, Royal Lancaster Regiment 

Gerald Ponsonby Lenox -Conyngham, Major, Royal \ 

Engineers j 

Edward Wilfrid Spedeing, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frederick Arthur Bashford Fryer, Major, 6 Dragoons 

Richard Edward Warden, 11 Major, h.p. Royal Artillery 

William Thomas Wilson Scott, Major, Bedfordshire Regt.... 

Philip John Miles, Major, Indian Army 

Alexander Harry Dennys, Major, Indian Army 

Gerard Beechey Howard Rice, Major, Indian Army 

Francis Clifton Muspratt, Major, Indian Army 

Leslie Napier Younghusband, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Astley Fowler, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Lewis Moore, Major, Indian Army 

Walter Willis Cliitty, Major, Indian Army 

Ernest George Rule Wilkins, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Henry Williams, Major, Indian Army 

Robert Cobb Lye, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Grant, Major, Indian Army 

Alfred Rohertson Ditmas, Major, Indian Army 

Edmund Waller, Major, Indian Army 

Frank Murray, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Blanc'hard Hawley Drew, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Langston Pilleau, Major, Indian Army 

Roderick Mackenzie Edwards, Major, Indian Army 

Harry Davis Watson, Major, Indian Army 

Frederic Alexander Smith, Major, Indian Army 

Thomas, Aylett Harrison, Major, Indian Army 

Herbert Lance Richardson, Major, Indian Army 

Doniild Forbes Stuart, Major, Indian Army 

Vincent Alexander Ormsby, Major, Indian Army 

John Noble Jeplison, Major, Indian Army 

Cecil Pender Griffiths Griffin, Major, Indian Army 

V€ Guy Hudleston Boisragon, Major, Indian Army 

Herbert Graham Stainforth, Major, Indian Army 

Colin Hennessey Read Coles, Major, Indian Army 

Robert Ernest Money-Shewan, Major, Royal Engineers 

Richard Gylby Brooksbank, Major, 14 Hussars 

Richard George Ireland Bolton, Major, Scots Guards 



29 Aug. 

10 May 

' 5 Dec. 

' 6 Feb. 

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29 Aug. 



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82 15 Jan. 



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23 July 87 



23 July 87 
15 Feb, 89 



5 Feb. 87 
4 May 87 

6 July 87 
•2 Aug. 88 

14 Jan. 80 



6 May 
6 Feb. 
1 July 

6 May 

9 May 
23 July 
10 Mar. 
12 Nov. 
12 Nov. 
12 Nov. 
12 Nov. 
12 Nov. 
12 Nov. 
12 Nov. 
12 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
30 June 

25 Nov 8; 



27 Jan. S3 

27 Jan. S3 

1 Feb. 85 

9 Dec. 84 

12 May 83 

23 July 90 

29 Aug. 85 

30 June 85 
15 Feb. 84 
15 Feb. 92 
22 Oct. 81 

7 Feb. 85 

24 Apr. 89 

25 Aug. S3 



28 Feb. 85 2 



26 Oct 

10 May 

19 Oct. 
1 Oct. 

3 Sept, 
1 July 

jo June 
23 Sept. 

20 July 

27 June 
14 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
20 Feu. 
12 Nov. 
12 Nov. 
12 Nov. 
12 Nov. 
12 Nov. 
12 Nov. 
12 Nov. 
12 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
16 Oct. 

1 Mar. 

11 Jan. 
22 Nov. 

1 Apr. 
9 Dec. 

4 Sept 
3 Dec. 

14 Nov. 
10 Dec. 
1 Feb. 
25 May 
25 Apr. 

1 Dec. 



PLACED OS 
HALF PAT. 



10 Nov. 
16 May 

5 Dec. 
15 Sept. 

2 Feb. 
27 Jan. 

1 July 



28 Oct. ( 
89 29 Oct. 1 

92 29 Oct. ( 

93 29 Oct. 1 
97 1 Nov. 1 

94 2 Nov. < 

2 Nov. 1 

3 Nov. 1 
3 Nov. ' 
3 Nov. < 
5 Nov. ■ 

7 Nov. 

7 Nov. i 
y/ 7 Nov. 1 
93 12 Nov.' 

93 12 Nov. 
95ji2 Nov. 

95 12 Nov. 
95I12 Nov. 
95J12 Nov. 
95 12 Nov. 
95,12 Nov. 
95J12 Nov. 
95122 Nov. 

94 23 Nov. 

93 



^Dec. 

83 6 Dec. 
- 6 Dec. 
.;, 6 Dec. 
95 g Dec. 
89 10 Dec. 
— 10 Dec. 

14 Dec. 

19 Dec. 
1 Jan. 

1 Jan. 

2 Jan. 




23 July 87 
S Oct. 90 



86 9 Oct. 
88 12 Jan. 
83 21 Nov. 
S8J14 Jan. 
go 11 Mar. 
83 22 Mar. 
81 18 June 



16 Sept.85 



:3 July 
17 Feb. 
15 Feb. 

6 Feb. 
1 Feb. 
1 Feb. 

7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 

27 Feb. 



90 



14'Sept 87 
29 June 87 



6 Sept, 
5 Dec. 
23 Oct. 



17 Dec. 

^ 3 Dec. 
92 25 Feb. 

84 1 Feb. 
• 1 July 

05 1 Feb. 

85 1 Feb. 
85 25 Jan. 
85 7 Feb. 
85 7 Feb. 
85 7 Feb. 
°>5 7 Feb. 

5 7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
7 Feb. 
- Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 
7 Feb. 
85 7 Feb. 
85 7 Feb. 



85 



85 

85 7 . 

85 7- 



Jan. 
93 7 Jan. 

93 7 Jan. 
95' 1 2 Jan. 
94! 14 Jan. 
96 14 Jan. 

96 14 Jan. 
90 16 Jan. 
88 17 Jan. 

94 17 Jan. 

97 19 Jan. 
99 26 Jan. 
93 29 Jan. 
90 30 Jan. 

■* 1 Feb. 

1 Feb. 
93 7 Feb. 
96 7 Feb. 
96 7 Feb. 
96 7 Feb. 
gi 7 Feb. 
96 7 Feb. 
96 7 Feb. 
96 7 Feb. 
96 7 Feb. 
96 7 Feb. 
96 7 Feb. 
■* 7 Feb. 

7 Feb. 

7 Feb. 

7 Feb. 

7 Feb. 

7 Feb. 

7 Feb. 

7 Feb. 

7 Feb. 



6 Aug. 03 



27 Mar. 04 



fc.85 20 Dec. 
88 14 Mar. v , *« 
90 22 Mar. 99 25 Feb. 



96 

96 

96 7 ICU. 

96 7 Feb. 
-' 7 Feb. 

7 Feb. 
r Feb. 
r Feb. 
> Feb. 
rFeb. 



96 7 

7 

7 
y 7' 

94 21 Feb. 
94 22 Feb. 



Majors. 



94 



2nd LIEUT. 



Archibald Fras. Pinkey Paxton, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Francis Dobbie, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Guy Welnian Moore, Major, Indian Army 

p.s.c, John Eugene Clauson, CMG. Major, Royal Engineers 

John M'Neile, Major, Coldstream Guards 

Randal C. Edw. 'Skeffmgton-Srnyth, Major, Coldstream') 

Guards ) 

Reginald Pole Stuart, Major, N. Staffordshire Regiment ... 

Harry Douglas Palmer, Major, Royal Marine Light Inf. 

William Hampden Chawner, Major, Essex Regiment 

Arth. Herbert C. Kenney -Herbert, Major, NorthamDtonRegt. 
Arth. Geo. Vaughan Chichester, Major, Connaught Rangers 
Colin Lawrence Macnab, Major, Ro3'al Sussex Regiment ... 

Hugh Cochrane MacTier, Major, Hampshire Regiment 

Arthur Parkin, Major, Northampton Regiment 

Francis Hugh Neish, Major, Gordon Highlanders 

James Forrest, Major, Lincolnshire Regiment 

Dawson Warren, Major, West Surrey Regiment 

Meade James Crosbie Dennis, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Samuel Beatson Lyle, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Arthur Pratt, Major, Royal Artillery 

Fredk. Courtenay Longuet Hulton. Major, 1 Dragoon Gds. 

Ernest Fitzwilliam Taylor, Major, Army Service Corps 

Reginald Ford, DSO, Major, Army Service Corps 

William Fellowes Collins, Major, 2 Dragoons 

Edward William Llewhellio Urquhart, Major, 2 Drag. Gds. 

Frederick Maurice Wilson, Major, Army Service Corps 

John Campbell Lamont Black, Major, Army Service Corps 
Oswald Buckley B. Smith-Bingham, DSO. Major, 3 Dr. Gds. 

Robert Leny Macalpiae-Lenj-, Major, 16 Lancers 

Herbert Alfred Porter, Major, 19 Hussars 

Chas. Maxwell Shurlock Henning, Major, Scottish Rifles ... 

Henry John Martin, Major, East Lancashire Regiment 

Edward Leslie Dunsterville, Major, Royal Engineers 

Augustus David Geddes. Major, East Kent Regiment 

Henry Wise Unett Coates, DSO. Major, Bedfordshire Regt. 
Anthony Heyland Brabazon, Major, Marine Light Infantry 

Charles Edward Kadclyffe, DSO. Major, Rifle Brigade 

Thos. Arthur Hastings Bigge, Major', Royal Engineers 

John Cane Crawford, Major, Manchester Regiment 

William Fairbairn Tilley, Major, Royal Engineers 

Edward Henry de Vere Atkinson, Major, Royal Engineers... 

Alex. George William Tod, Major, Cheshire Regiment 

Tyrell Carter Ross, Major, Highland Light Infantry 

Hugh Balfour Ogilvie Williams, Major, Dragoon Guards ... 

Nicholas Trafalgar Biddulph, Major, Durham Light Inf 

Harcourt Ernest Taylor, Major, Berkshire Regiment 

Edmund George Evelegh, Major, Marine Light Infantry ... 

Nicholas Edmund Robin, Major, Indian Army 

William Charles Marmaduke Woodcock, Major, lnd. Army 

Alexander Henry Eustace, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Herbert Flamslead Walters, Major, Indian Army 

Francis Willie Evatt, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Graeme Batten, Major, Indiau Army 

Clarence Thomas WiUougbby Forth, Major, Indian Army 

Ernest Robert Rainier Swiuey, Major, Indian Army 

Noel Herbert Strode Lowe, Major, West Kent Regiment ... 

Fred. John Hamilton Bell, Major, Royal Irish Rifles 

Lionel Arthur Bosanquet, Major, Sherwood Foresters 

George Dalbiac Luard, Major, Scottish Rifles 

Norman Arthur Hay Budil, Mujor, Indian Army 

Alan James Campbell, Major, Indian Army 

Fras. Townshend Cunyngiiame Hughes, Major, lad. Army 

John Kendall, Major, Indian Army 

Harry Elliot Lowis, Major, Indian Army... 

Robert Loftus Tottenham, Major, Indian Army 

Gerald Edwin Lloyd Gilbert, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Oliver Swanston, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Ernest Granville Wright, Major, Indian Army 

Thomas Young Seddon, Major, Indian Army 

William Craven Lockhart-Mure, Major, Indian Army 

Philip Sykes Murphy Burlton, Major, Indian Army 

Charles B. Rawlinson, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Slingsby Chaplin, Major, King's Royal Rifles 

Hon. Douglas Forbes-Sempill,' DSO. Major, Seaforth Hldrs. 

Thomas Garlyle Skinner, Major, Royal Engineers 

Ron. Leonard Holmes-a'Court, Major, Wiltshire Regiment 
Thomas Laughorne Coxhead, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 
Hon. Walter Dashwood Sclater-Booth, Major, Royal Art. ... 

Dominic Henry Colnaghi, Major, Royal Engineers 

Wm. Tankerville Monypenny Reeve, Major, Leinster Regt. 

Henry Lowther, Major, Indian Army '. 

George Edward Tuson, DSO. Major, 16 Lancers 

Montgomery Browne Roberts, Major, Indian Army 

Augustus Heathcote Allcnby, Major, Indian Army 

Thomas Simpson Young, Major, Indian Army 

Herbert Wil ham Cox worthy Colquhoun, Major, Indian) 

Army ) 

Henry Napier Roome, Major, Indian Army 

William Erie Ferdinand Burlton, Major, Indian Army 

William Alexander Lomer Cowie, Major, Indian Arniy 

Edward ViDcont Osborno-Hevvett, Major, W. Kent. Regt.... 
Albert Canning, Major, Leinster Regiment 



28 Feb. 85 28 Feb. 96 
28 Feb. 85 28 Feb. 06 
28 Feb. 85J28 Feb. 96 
:6 Sept. 8j'2o Dec. 94 
14 Nov. 85 1 July 97 

25 Nov. 85: 1 Aug. 97 



13 Aug 
10 Oct. 



6 Feb. 
14 Sept, 



8 June 
8 Oct. 
2 June 



5 Feb. 87 



9 May 88 



■ Jan. 



6 Feb 
1 Sept. 

28 June 
10 Mar. 

7 Feb. 
9 Aug. 
7 Feb. 

19 Dec. 
10 Mar. 
9 Sept. 

29 Aug. 
15 Feb. 
15 Feb. 
15 Feb. 
24 Nov. 

22 Aug. 
1 Feb. 

15 Oct. 

24 Feb. 

25 June 
21 Dec. 

23 Dec. 

17 Feb. 
2 Nov. 

1 3 Feb. 
7 Feb. 

16 Sept 
21 Nov. 

7 Feb. 

1 Sept 
25 Nov. 
16 Sept 

18 Dec. 

30 June 
16 Sept 
12 Nov. 
23 Aug. 
10 Oct. 

14 May 
14 May 

i Sept. 
6 May 
6 May 
6 May 
6 May 
6 May 
6 May 
6 May 

6 May 
23 May 
25 Aug, 
10 Mar. 

7 Oct. 
9 May 
9 May 
9 May 
9 May 

9 May 
9 May 
9 May 
9 May 
9 May 
9 May 
9 Mny 
9 May 
9 May 
6 May 

29 Aug. 

30 June 
28 Feb. 

5 July 
3 July 
5 Sept 

10 Oct. 
23 May 

31 July 
23 May 
23 May 
23 May 

23 May 

23 May 
23 May 
23 May 

2 Sept 
11 Apr. 8S, 6 Mar. 



84128 Oct. 

-' 1 Apr. 
00 2 Feb. 

83 19 Jan. 
85] 12 Feb. 
93 9 May 
85 17 Dec. 
83^19 Jan. 
83I23 Sept. 
S2 14 Aug. 
85 1 Apr. 

84 4 Mar. 



_ Apr. 
30 May 
-.8 Oct. 

1 Apr. 

i July 

5 July 



23 July 
5 Feb. 
8 Oct.' 



92 16 Dec. 
90 i Apr. 
89 1 Apr. 
91I30 Jan. 
94 9 Oct. 
98 1 Apr. 
85 15 Nov. 
85 4 July 
.85124 Jan. 
8925 Oct. 
85 1 Feb. 
.85 ' 1 Apr. 
85 12 Dec. 
.85 1 Mar. 
89 10 July 
85 29 Mar. 
,85129 Mar. 
84 14 May 
84 14 Nov. 
94 5 Aug. 
84 11 Apr. 

84 30 Aug. 
.8s 1 Apr. 

85 6 May 
85 6 May 
85 6 May 
85 6 May 
85 6 May 
85 6 May 
85 6 May 
85 6 May 

1 Feb. 

4 Sept. 

"j 8 May 

85 2 Dec. 

85 9 May 

85 9 May 

= 9 May 

9 May 

9 May 

9 May 

9 May 

9 May 

9 May 

9 May 

9 May 

9 May 

9 May 

15 Jan. 
10 22 Jan. 
85 24 Oct. 
85 26 Oct. 

16 June 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Oct. 
May 
Oct. 
May 



84 

90 23 
29 
.- 10 
8523 

94 9 

23 .... 

U 5 23 May 

85 23 May 



96 



Feb. 03 

Feb. 03 

28 Feb. 03 

4 Mar. 03 

4 Mar. 03 

4 Mar. 03 

6 Mar. 03 

13 Mar. 03 

14 Mar. 03 
17 Mar. 03 
21 Mar. 03 

21 Mar. 03 
24 Mar. 03 

24 Mar. 03 

25 Mar. 03 
23 Mar. 03 
28 Mar. 03 

1 Apr. 03 
1 Apr. 03 
1 Apr. 03 
1 Apr. 03 
i Apr. 03 
1 Apr. 03 
1 Apr. 03 
1 Apr. 03 
1 Apr. 03 
1 Apr. 03 
1 Apr. 03 

1 Apr. 03 

2 Apr. 03 

3 Apr. 03 

4 Apr. 03 
4 Apr. 03 

4 Apr. 03 

5 Apr- 03 
11 Apr. 03 
16 Apr. 03 
16 Apr. 03 

8 Apr. 03 

19 Apr. 03 

20 Apr. o? 

22 Apr. 03 
25 Apr. 03 

25 Apr. 03 

26 Apr. 03 
30 Apr. 03 

1 May 03 

6 May 03 
6 May 03 
6 May 03 
6 May 03 
6 May 03 
6 May 03 
6 May 03 
6 May 03 

8 May 03 

9 May 03 
9 May 03 
9 May 03 
9 May 03 
9 May 03 
9 May 03 
9 May 03 
9 May 03 
9 May 03 
9 May 03 
9 May 03 
9 May 03 
9 May 03 
9 May 03 
9 May 03 

23 May 03 
3 May 03 

3 May 03 

4 May 03 
6 May 03 
:3 May 03 
20 May 03 

•2 May 03 
13 May 03 
• 23 May 03 
i'?3 May 03 
1 23 May 03 
23 May 03 
23 May 03 



PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



85 23 
85 23 
2 i 

-5 24 
85 14 
91 9 



May 

May 
May 
May 
Mar. 
Oct. 



96 
96 
96 
96 
96 
Q4 
94 
94 
93 
93 
')■ 
95 
94 
96 

99 
96 
96 
96 

96J23 May 03 

96 23 May 03 
96 23 May 03 
96 24 May 03 
94J27 May c 3 
95 27 May 03 



95 



Majors. 



21ldl,IECr.l LIEUT. 



9 Nov. 85 
5 Feb. 87 

22 Jan. 8; 



16 Nov. 87 
30 Nov. 87 
9 Oct. 89 



23 July 



12 Mar. 92 
23 July 87 



Frank Douglas Pennant, Major, King's Royal Rifles 

Joseph Scovell Hobbs, Major, Gloucestershire Regiment 
Harry Crewe Godley, DSO. Major, Northamptonshire Regt. 

p.s.c. Edward Owen Wathen, Major, 5 Lancers 

Hugh deCrespigny Eastwood, DSO. Major, 1 Dragoon Gds. 

Orchart Beeton, Major, E. Surrey Regiment 

Claud Herbert Campbell, Major,' 8 Hussars 

Hon. John Graham Hope Horsley Bereeford, DSO.Major, | 

7 Hussars ... j 

p.s.c. Henry D'Estampes Vallancej", DSO. Major, Argyll I 

and Sutherland Highlanders r 

p.s.c. Roland Wycliffe Thompson, DSO. Jfa/'or,Loyal North ) 

Lancashire Regiment j 

Hawtrey Charles Marshall, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Lushington Kirke, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Gambier Norris, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur George Baird Smith, Major, Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

Arthur Trevelyan Moore, Major, Royal Engineers 

Herbert Prentice, Major, Royal Engineers 

Arthur Parker, Major, 5 Lancers 

Julian Dallas Tyndale Tyndale-Biscoe,.Jf«/oc, n Hussars.. 
Charles Ernest Graham Norton, Major, 7 Hussars 

Eliot Phillips Johnson, Major, Royal Engineers 

Walter Victor Scudamore, J/a/o/'/Royal Engineers 
Arthur Raymond Boscawen Savage, Major, Royal Artillery 
Alexander John Hy. Swiney, Major, Royal Engineers 

Harold Jellicorse, Major, Royal Sussex Regiment 

Charles Barry Close, Major, Norfolk Regiment 

Arthur Claud Adair, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers 

William Theophilus Bartlett, Major, Devonshire Regiment 

Richard Sparrow, Major, 7 Dragoon Guards 

Philip Geoffrey Twining, Major, Royal Engineers 

Alexander James Battine, 2Sajor, Royal Artillery 

Ambrose Blacklock Harvey, Major, Indian Army..- 

Botet Trydell, Major, Indian Army 

George Stanley Frazer, Major, Indian Army 

Fredererick George Hugh Davies, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Hamilton~Bevilie, Major, Iadian Army 

Hector Travers Dennys, Major, Indian Army 

Harry Prevost England Parker, Major, Indian Army 

Frederic William Rea, Major, Indian Army 

Hugh Rollo Fagan, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Servington Widdicombe, Major, Indian Army ... 

Fitzhardinge wiutle, Major, Indian Army 

Henry King, Major, Indian Army 

Stanislaus Michael Tighe, Major'. Indian Army 

Herbert Walton, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Blair Baldock, Major, Indian Army 

Harry Ashley Cooper, Major, Indian Army 

Harry Powys Lane, Major, Indian Army 

MacCarthyReagh Emmet Raj*, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Stannus Geoghegan, Major, Indian Army 

Frank Reimick, Major, Indian Army 

William John Pettitt Kaye, Major, Indian Army 

William Hutton Hildehrand, Major, Indian Army 

George Edward Douglas Elsmie, Major, Indian Army 

Herbert Evan Charles Bayley Nepean, Major, Indian Army 

Trinmell Martin Ward, Major, Indian Army 

Edward William Harris, Major, Indian Army 

Churchill Arthur Luck, Major, Indian Army 

Eugene Le Mesurier, Major, Indian Army 

Walter Edwin Venour, Major, Indian Army 

Alain Chartier de L. Joby de Lotbiniere, Major, Royal Eng. 

Henry Forbes Mackay, Major, Royal Marine Artillery 

p.s.c. John Markham Rose, Major, Royal Marine Artillery... 
Alired Maitland Addison, Major, S. Wales Borderers 
Edward Malcolm Esson, Major, Yorkshire Regiment 

William Lewis Warren, Major, Royal Artillery 

Gerald Walter James FitzGerald Stannus, Major, 20 Hussars 

p.s.c. Frederick Cunlifie Owen, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Henry Crozier, Major, Royal Artillery 

Richard Edward Phildps Gabbett, ' Capt . R. Welsh Fusiliers 

Reginald Salter Weston, Major, Manchester Regiment 

Michael John Long, Major (District Officer), Royal Artillery 

Reginald Ernest Picton, Major, Royal Engineers 

Edward Arthur Waldegrave Courtney, 2Iajor, Army Ser- ) 

vice Corps j 

Ernest Carden Freeth Gillespie. Major, Army Service Corps 

Robert Hargrave Fraser StandenjiW-yor.Army ServiceCorps'29 Mar. 90 

Francis Pitt Stewart Taylor, Major, Army Service Corps ... 16 Oct. 89 

Malcolm Donald Murray, Major, Seaforth Highlanders '29 Feb. 88 

Edward Lynn Allen, Major, Royal Warwickshire Regimenti-4 Sept.87 

Norborne Kirby, Major, Royal Engineers .j 

Wilfred Thomas Ricardo, Major, Royal Horse Guards 16 May 



28 June 90 
17 Feb. 38 
17 Feb. 88 
10 Oct. 91 
22 Aug. 88 
1 Aug. 91 

9 Nov. 89 
19 Mar. 90 



24 June 85 
22 Oct. 81 
30 Jan 
10 May 82 
19 Aug. 85 

6 Feb " 

28 Dec. 92 

10 Apr. 89 
1 July 

7 Feb. 

5 July 84 
5 July 84 

5 July 

29 Aug. 8 = 
16 Sept. 85 
16 Sept. 85 

8 May ". 

22 July 90 

15 Mar. 93 
id Sept. 8 

16 Sept.8_ 

23 July 90 
:6 Sept " 
10 Nov. 86 

9 Sept.S2 
10 Nov. 86 

25 Au u 

8 May 95 

6 Jan. 86 
23 J»iy 90 

29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 35 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 

9 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 8 5 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Aug. 8. 
29 Aug. 8 
29 Aug. P 
29 Aug. 85 
29 Ang. " 
29 Aug. 
29 Aug. 
29 Aug. 
29 Aug. 
29 Aug. 
29 Aug. 
29 Aug. 

6 Jan. 36 
1 Sept. 82 
1 Sept. 

6 Feb. 84 
10 May 82 

8 July 84 

9 Aug. 93 
17 Feb. 91 
17 Feb. 91 
20 June 94 

7 Jan. 90 
24 Apr. 80 

6 Jan. 86 



14 Mar. 94 
1 July 91 
1 Mar. 91 
18 Jan. 89 
14 June 94 
7 June 9 

25 Jan. 99 

7 Oct. 

26 Feb. 90 



1 May 93 

28 June 93 
28 June 93 

28 June 93 
21 Nov. 94 

9 Apr. 95 
9 Apr. Q5 
12 Aug. 94 

1 Oct. 94 
17 Nov. 97 
17 Apr. 95 

6 May 95 
12 Apr. 98 

2 July 95 
2 Feb. 95 

iq June 90 
6 Apr. 98 

6 Oct. 91 
15 Apr. 99 

7 Aug. 95 
12 Apr. 98 

29 Aug. 96 
29 Aug. 96 

Ang. 96 29 Au 
29 Aug. 96 29 Au 
29 Aug. 96 29 Au 
29 Aug. 96 29 Au,_ 
29 Aug. 96 29 Aug. 05 
29 Aug. 96 29 Aug. 03 



placid on 

HALF PAY. 



1 June 03 

2 June 03 
2 June 03 
6 June o_ 

20 June 03 

21 June 03 
24 June 05 

26 June 03 

27 Juneo; 
27 June o; 



27 June 03 
27 Ju> e 03 
27 June 03 
1 July 03 
1 July 03 
1 July 03 
4 July o. 
4 July o_ 
£ July 03 

July 03 

4 J u 'y °3 

9 July 03 

1 Aug. 03 
12 Aug. 03 

5 Aug. 03 

2 Aug. 03 

6 Aug 

26 Aug. 03 

27 Aug. oj 

28 Aug 

29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 



4 Sept. 89 

5 June 89 

6 Jan. 86 
18 Sept, 



Lionel Edward Kennard, Major, 15 Hussars 18 June 92 12 June 



Henry Sandys Ainslie, Major, Northumberland Fusiliers ... 1 Mar. 90 

Charles Edward Stewart, Major, Royal Artillery I17 Feb. "" 

9 May 

17 Feb. 

23 July 87 



Neil Oampbell-Maclachlan, Major, Seaforth Highlanders 
Richard Ashmore Colley Wellesley, 2Xajor, Royal Artillery 

p.x.c. Francis Lyon, DSO. Major. Royal Artillery 

Steuart Welwood Hare, Major, King's Royal Rifles 

-John Davy Wright Davy, Major, Oxfordshire Light Infantry 



93 
ii May 92 
17 Feb. 91 
25 Oct. 89 
17 Feb. 91 
23 July 90 
5 May 86 
29 Aug. 83 



9 Aug. 96 
29 Aug. 96 
29 Aug. 96 
29 Aug. 96 

9 Aug. 96 
29 Aug. 96 
29 Aug. 96 
29 Aug. 96 
29 Aug. 91 
29 Aug. 91 
29 Aug. 91 
29 Aug. 91 
29 Aug. 96 
29 Au 
29 Aug. 96 
29 Au: 
29 Au. 
29 Ang. 96 
29 Aug. 96 
29 Aug. 
zg Aug. 96 
12 Aug. 95 

1 Sept. 93 

1 Sept. 93 
24 Feb. 92 

1 Am\ 92 
9 Aug. 93 

11 Sept. 95 
8 Apr. 98 

8 Apr. 98 

9 July 99 

2 Sept. 97 

11 July 99 

12 Aug. 95 

29 Aug. 96 

[ Apr. 97 1 Oct, 

1 Dec. 97 1 Oct. 

1 Jan. 98 i Oct. 

1 Feb. 95 3 Oct. 03 
5 Dec. 96 3 Oct. 

12 Aug. 95 4 Oct. 03 

1 3 Jan. 95 7 Oct. 03 
4 July 97 10 Oct. 03 

29 Aug. 99 14 Oct. 03 
Apr. 98 15 Oct. 03 
Apr. 95 17 Oct. 03 

30 Apr. 98 19 Oct. 03 
18 May 98 21 Oct. 03 

4 Apr. 94 21 Oct. 03 

2 Jan. 93^3 Oct. 03 



29 Au, 
29 Au 
29 Au ( 

29 AU: 

29 Au; 
29 Au| 
.=9 Aug. 03 
29 Ang. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
29 Aug. 03 
1 Sept. 03 
1 Sept. 03 

1 Sept. o.{ 

2 Sept 

6 Sept. 03 

7 Sept. 03 
9 Sept. 03 

12 Sept. 03 
12 Sept. 03 
2 Sept. 03 

23 Sept. 03 

24 Sept. 03 
1 Oct. 03 

lOct. 



°3 



Majors. 



95<* 



PllCSDOS 



Alfred Crowdy Lovett. Major, Gloucestershire Regiment ... 

Hugh Lancaster Lithgow/J/ia/or, Royal Artillery 

Lincoln Edmund Gary Ehves, Z>SO. Major, Durham Light 1 

Infantry / 

John Raynsford Longley, Major, East Surrey Regiment ... 

Arthur Henry Mendle Taylor, DSO. Major, 13 Hussars 

Alex. Francis Evans-Lombe, Major, Highland Light Infantry 

Francis Lee Baird Smith, Major, Royal Scots 

Reginald Seaburne May, Major, Royal Fusiliers 

George Herbert Sanders, Major, Royal Artillery 

p. t.e. Montagu Chas. Pearson Ward, Major, Royal Artillery 

Walter Dougall, Major, 6 Dragoon Guards 

Charles Frederick Rugge-Price, Major, Royal Artillery 

Neville Thornton Parker, Major, Indian Army 

Edward Ross Morton, Major, Indian Army 

David Simson Buist, Major, Indian Army 

Edward Langford Sulhvan, Major, Indian Army 

Ralph Maidand Bell, Major, Indian Army 

Henry Hinton Dunlop, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Hopewell Peterson, Major, Indian Army 

Chas. Archibald Ramsay Scott, Major, South Wales Bordrs. 

Henry Percy Uniacke, Major, Gordon Highlanders 

Edward Berkelev Cook, Major, 1 Life Guards 

Geoffrey P. Thynne Feilding, DSO. Major, Coldstream Gds. 

Michael Bradley Roberts, Major, Royal Artillery 

Herbert Schofield, Major, Welsh Regiment 

Arthur Thomas Cuming, Major, Royal Artillery 

Bernard Montague Bateman, Major, Royal Artillery 

Richard Orlando Kellett, Major, Royal Irish Regiment 

Gamier Norton Cartwright, Major, Royal Artillery 

Reginald Gordon Merriman, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery .. 
William MacLaren Campbell, Major, Royal Highlanders ... 

Wiliiam Kyle Hardy, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frank George Mathias Rowley, Major, Middlesex Regt 

Hamilton Maximillian C. W. Graham, Major, Royal Marine ~> 

Light Infantry j 

Thomas Birchall Wood, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Edward Wingfie'.d Bidgood, Major, Royal Art. 

Christopher God r rey Watson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Estcourt Harrison, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frederick Alfred Wilson, Major, Roval Engineers 

Ernest Moncrierf Paul, Major, Royal Engineers 

Alexander John Wogan Browne, Major, Indian Army 

James Henry Parker, Major, Royal Marine Light Infantry 

Sydney Boyle Stotherd, Major, Suffolk Regiment 

Manuel Charles Maunsell, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Sim Ogg, Major, Royal Artillery 

Archibald John Saltren-Willett, Major" Royal Artillery 

James Molyneux Harrison, Major, Army Service Corps 

Ernest Frank Holden, Major, 5 Dragoon Guards 

Arthur Murray Pirie, DSO. Major, 21 Lancers 

Philip John Joseph Radclitlc, Major, Royal Engineers 

Francis Henry Young, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hopton Eliott Marah, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Campbell Stephen. Major, 14 Hussars 

John Sherloc': Gooch, Major, Royal Artillery 

Gilbert Montgomeric Hiuton, DSO. Major, Royal Eng 

Walter Patrick Hussey Walsh, Major, Leicestershire Regt. 

Algernon Lawson, Major, 2 Dragoons 

Alexander Deane, Major, Roval Warwickshire Regiment 

Charles Hensmim Heycock, Major, Royal Engineers 

Herbert William Waiuman Wood, Major, West Riding ) 

Regiment ( 

Robert Geo. Teesdale Baker-Carr, MVO. Major, Rifle Brig. 

John Ponsonby, DSO. Major, Coldstream Guards 

Son. John Roderick Brownlow, Major, King's Royal Rifles 

Lionel Eric Eallantine Dykes, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Percy Hancox, Major, Royal Inni'skilling Fusiliers... 

HenTy Frank Vanderzee, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Rawdon Stansfeld, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Edward Marshall, Major, Royal Artillery 

Noel Armar Lowry Corry, DSO. Major, Grenadier Guards... 

Herbert William Johnston, Major, Indian Army 

David Clapham Adrian Andrew, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Riversdale Elliot, Major, Indian Array 

William Bernard James, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Le Grand Jacob, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Robert Townshend Penwyl-Passingham, Major, Ind. Army 

George Charles Francis Sartorius, Major, Indian Army 

Hugh Charles Claude Ducat, Major, Indian Army 

Edward Watkin Wall, Major, Indian Army 

Leslie Warner Jule Campbell, Major, Indian Army 
Francis Henry Domenichetti, Major, Indian Army 

Harry Christopher Tytler, Major, Indian Army ", 

Francis Jollu,, M-.-jc r, Indian Armv 

Ben.iamin John Henry Hnmfrey, Major, Indian Army 

James Parker, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Tremearne Walling, Major, Indian Army ".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. .'.'. 

Octarius William Carey, Major, Indian Army 

James William Drever, Major, Indian Army " 

Arthur Seymour Arnold, Major, Indian Army 

George Templer Widdicomb'e, Major, Indian Army 



Feb. 

Aug. 

Feb. 
•Feb. 
1 June t 
'Feb. 



17 Feb, 



Feb. 88 17 Feb. 91 

Aug. 83 

j Jan. So 
; Jan. 93 
' Feb. 85 
! June 89 
i Aug. 99 

■ Feb. 91 
- Feb. or 
i Oct, 91 

■ Feb. 91 
25 Nov. 8°; 
25 Nov. 85 
25 N0V.S5 
25 Nov. 35 
25 Nov. 85 
25 Nov. 85 
25 Nov. 85 

28 Feb. 85 
14 May 3 + 

4 July 91 
27 Nov. 90 

5 July 84 
3 Dec. 86 
5 July 84 

5 Julv 84 

6 May 85 
17 Feb. 91 

9 Dec. 34 

7 Feb. 3 5 
9 Dec. 34 

30 Jan. 86 

1 Sept. 85 

9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 
6 .Ian. 86 
6 Jan. 86 

16 Dec. 83 
1 Feb. 86 

30 Jan. 84 

29 Apr. 85 
29 Apr. 85 
29 Apr. 85 

S9| 

90 15 Nov. 93 

89 11 Nov. 91 

3 Feb. 86 

29 Apr. 85 

1 29 Apr. 85 

2 Apr. 93 1 July 91 

129 Apr. S5 

I 3 Feb. 86 

87! 16 Mar. 89 

921 25 Apr. 94 

88 18 Sept.89 

I '7 Feb. 36 



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June 
Jan 



Feb. 
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June 



Apr. 

Nov. 



15 Feb. 88 



6 May 85 

88,27 June 91 

87 29 June 91 

4Dtc. 86 

29 Apr. 85 

30 Jan. 86 
?9 Apr. 85 
2j Apr. 85 

29 Apr. 85 
1 1 May 02 

30 Jau. 86 
30 Jau. 36 
30 Jan. 86 
30 Jan. 86 
50 Jan. 86 
30 Jan. 86 
30 Jan. 86 
30 Jan. 86 
30 Jan. 86 
30 Jan. 86 
30 Jan. £6 
30 Jan. 86 
3'j Jan. 36 
30 Jan. 86 
30 Jau. 86 
30 Jan. 86 
30 Jau. 86 
30 Jan. 86 
30 Jan. 86 
30 Jan. 86 



1 1 Apr. 

8 Feb. 

22 Feb. 
14 Nov. 
26 Feb. 

3 Nov. 
18 May 
18 May 

4 Nov. 
26 June 
25 Nov. 
25 Nov, 
2; Nov. 
25 Nov. 
25 Nov. 
25 Nov. 

25 Nov. 
1 Sept. 
1 Sept, 

5 May 

6 Apr. 
2i Oct. 

12 Dec. 

23 Oct. 
:6 Dec. 
10 Feb. 

t July 
31 Dec. 

9 Feb. 
1 Jan. 

21 Feb. 

1 May 

14 Mar. 
14 July 

29 Sept 

4 Jan. 
12 Aug. 
12 All;:. 
16 Dec. 

8 Sept. 

26 Apr. 
1 Apr. 
1 Apr. 
1 Apr. 

12 Nov. 

30 Aug. 

9 Oct. 
1 Oct.. 
1 Apr. 
1 Apr. 
1 Sept 
1 Apr. 

22 Oct. 
29 Nov. 
20 Mar. 

6 Apr. 

5 Dec. 

1 Feb. 



91 2; OCt. 

98:31 Oct. 

94 3 ^°v. 

95 1 3 Nov. 
99 1 3 Nov. 
92 1 4 Nov. 
96, 4 Nov. 
03 4 Nov. 
981 r4 Nov. 
98I15 Nov. 
go [6 Nov. 

95 21 Nov. 
9623 Nov. 
96,25 Nov. 
96J25 Nov. 

96 25 Nov. 
96:25 Nov. 
9: 25 Nov. 
96:25 Nov. 
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93 29 Nov. 

94 29 Nov. 
98 29 Nov. 
93 2 Dec. 
96 4 Dec. 

6 Dec. 

6 Dec. 

9 Dec. 

9 Dec. 

9 Dec. 
12 Dec. 
12 Dec. 
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94 15 Dec. 

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99 23 Dec. 
95,26 Dec. 
95J31 Dec. 
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95 4 Jan. 

, ; ; Jan. 
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01 i Jan. 
9S u Jan. 
95 13 Jan. 



13 Dec. 
15 Dec. 
io Dec. 
iS Dec. 
19 Dtc, 
19 Dec. 
19 Dec. 
19 Dec. 
9 Dec. 



30 Aug. 
7 Sept 
3 Jan. 
1 Apr. 
1 Mar. 
1 Anr. 
1 Apr. 
: Apr. 

2j NOV. 

30 Jau. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
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' 30 Jan. 
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92 23 Jan. 04 

95 23 Jan. 
98 . ; Jan. 
95 25 Jan. 
95 25 'an. 
9 5-7 Jan. 
95 a Jan 

15 - Jan. 

is . Jan.. 
'18 29 -Ian. 

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97 30 Jan. 
97 '30 Jan. 
97 j <o Jan. 
97 30 Jan. 
97 30 Jan. 
97 30 Jan. 
9730 Jan. 
97 30 Jan. 
9730 Jan. 
97 '30 Jan. 
9730 Jan. 
97 30 Jan. 
97 [30 Jan. 
97 '30 Jan. 
97 30 Jan. 
07 30 Jan. 
97 130 Jan. 
97 30 Jan. 
97 30 Jan. 



9S& 



Majors. 



Frederick Anderson Kingston, Major, Indian Army 

William Melvill Souther, Major, Indian Army 

Stephen Repton Stevens, Major, Indian Army 

Arthur Wallace-Dunlop, Major, Indian Ai-my 

Arthur Patrick Bateman-Champain, Major, Indian Army... 

Napier Elles Chesney, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Richard Hodgins,' .Major, Royal Artillery 

Cecil Barrow Simonds, Major, Royal Artillery 

Max Albert Barns Kappey, Major, Indian Army 

Henry Augustus Frederick Magrath, Major, Indian Army... 

Ernest Lewis Corbett Berger, Major, Indian Army 

Maurice Randall Hurly, Major, Indian Army 

Robert Brocklehnrst, Major, Somersetshire Light Infantry 
Walter Latham Loring, Major, Warwickshire Regiment ... 
Charles Edward Ramsey Harvey, Major, Royal Irish Rifles 
Arthur Lewis Hamilton Buchanan, Major, Seaforth Hldrs. 

Edwin Charles Seaman, Major, Royal Engineers 

Claude Berners Westmacott, Major, Worcestershire Regt.... 

Charles Watson Clarke, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Barton Fox, Major, Somersetshire Light Infantry... 
Francis Myles Sandys-Lumsdaine, Major, Highland Light \ 

Infantry i 

p.s.c. Robert Stair Stewart, Major, Liverpool Regiment 

p.s.e. William Stirling Bannatyne, Major, Liverpool Regt. 

Charles Hugh Bennett, DSO. Major, Worcestershire Regt. 

Spencer Charles Ferguson, Major, Northumberland Fus. ... 

Clement Yatman, DSO. Major/Northumberland Fusiliers... 

Charles Chesney Cook, Major, Indian Army 

p.s.c. James Murray Home, Major, Indian Army 

Ernest Sumner Burder, Major, Duke of Cornwall's Lt. Inf. 

James Harold Burbury, Major, Royal Sussex Regiment.... 

Thomas Diver, Major, Royal Warwickshire Regiment 

Francis William Towsey, Major, W. Yorkshire Regiment. 

Robert James Bridgford, Major, Manchester Regiment .... 

Robert Francis Walters, Major, Essex Regiment 

Harry Adair Thompson, Major, 3 Dragoon Guards 

George William Thursby Prowse, Major, Duke of Corn- 
wall's Light Inf. 

Austin Thomas Anderson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edmund Stuart Eardley Wilmot Eardley-Russell, Major, 
Royal Artillery 

Charles Waesmyth Bruere Ballard, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry King MacGeorge, Major, Indian Army 

Geoffrey Downing, Major, Royal Dublin Fusiliers 

William Q. Winwood, DSO. Major, 5 Dragoon Guards 1 

John Marriott, DSO. Major, Norfolk Regiment 

Henry Cecil Lowther, DSO. Major, Scots Guards 

Everard M'Leod Blair, Major, Royal Engineers 

Edward Robertson Gordon, Major, 9 Lancers 

Walter Rees Clifford, Major, Cheshire Regiment 

Charles Moore, Major, Royal Berkshire Regiment 

Alfred Malcolm Tyler, Major, Royal Artillery 

Williani John Kerr Rettie, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis Herbert Hotham, Major, Royal West Kent Regt. ... 

Charles Henry Young, Major, Welsh Regiment 

Sanhope Humphrey Pedley, Major, Royal West Kent Regt. 

i T (£ Hamilton Lyster Reed, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Charles Massy, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Browne, Major, Border Regiment 

Frederick Edward Lloyd Barker, Major, Royal Artillery ... 

Philip Armfield Skipwith, Major, Royal Artillery 

Cosmo Gordon Stewart, DSO'. Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis Alfred Tighe, Major, Royal Artillery 

Sydney Laurence Crockett, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Frank Lascelles, Major, Scots Guards 

Franklin Francis Weedon, Major, Royal Engineers 

James Montague Burn, Major, Royal Engineers 

Thomas George MacLaren, Major, King's Own Scottish ) 
Borderers j 

Douglas Richardson Coates, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hope Johnstone, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward George Cheke, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Strong, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Douglas Liiburn MacEwen, Major, Cameron Highldrs. 

Arthur John Ernest Perkins, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis Middleton Davidson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Oharles Cameron Leveson-Gower, Major, Indian Army... 
Benjamin Proctor Simpson Rooke, Major, Indian Army . 

Philip Charles Palin, Major, Indian Army 

Henry Joseph Thacker, Major, Indian Army 

John Edward Laurie Gibbs, Major, Bedfordshire Regt.... 

p.s.c Bon. Alan Richard Moutagu-Stuart-Wortley, Major, 

King's Royal Rifles 

John Prestwich Blakeway, Major, Royal Engineers 

Hon. William Bailey, Major, n Hussars 

Wilfrid Marryat Bliss, Major, Scottish Rifles 

1 T (£ Sir John Peniston Milbanke, Bart. Major, 10 Husars 
Ernest William Kyrle Money, Major, Shropshire Light Inf. 

Charles Jasper Blunt, Royal Artillery 

Percy Braybrooke Molesworth, Major, Royal Engineers 
George Arthur Hawkins, Major, Indian Army 




30 Jan. 86 30 Jan. 97 30 Jan. 04 
30 Jan. 86J30 Jan. 97 30 .Tan. 04 
30 Jan. 86130 Jan. 07 30 Jan. 04 
30 Jan. 86;3oJan. 97 30 Jan. 04 
30 Jan. 86j3oJan. 97 30 Jan. 04I 
30 Jan. 86 30 Jan. 97 30 Jan. 04 
30 June 85 15 May 95I31 Jan. 04 



23 Mar. 



16 Sept. 25 3 Aug. 95 
1 Feb. 86 1 Feb. 97 
1 Feb. 86 1 Feb. 97 
1 Feb. 86 ' 1 Feb. 97 
1 Feb. 861 1 Feb. 97 
6 Feb. 84J14 June 90 
1 Dec. 90, 6 Apr. 98 

25 Aug. 83! 4 Sept. 89 
~ Apr. 861 1-2 Au| 



5 May 



31 Jan. 04 
r Feb. 04 
1 Feb. 04 
1 Feb. 04 
1 Feb. 04 
3 Feb. 04 
3 Feb. 04 
6 Feb. 04 
6 Feb. 04 



17 Feb. 86 14 Jan. 96J14 Feb. 04 



4 Dec. 
16 Sept. 85 
12 Nov. 



27 Dec. 90 14 Feb. 04 

11 Sept. 95 1 15 Feb. 04 

17 Feb. 04 



11 Feb. 

22 Aug. 

9 May 
16 July 90 
26 Oct. 90 



5 Feb. { 
26 June i 



21 Dec. 



1 4 Jan. 92 

25 Nov. 85 17 Dec. 92 

8 Sept. 89^18 Sept. 95 

7 May 9022 Jan. 96 

8 Feb. 90W1 Aug. 97 
18 Aug. 92(21 Jan. 98 
18 Sept. 92; 9 Apr. 98 
18 Feb. 86ji8 Feb. 97 
18 Feb. 86I18 Feb. 97 

7 Feb. 85'26 July 93 

26 Feb. 90111 May 95 
11 Mar. 91J 6 Apr. 

25 Nov. 85116 Nov. 92 
Dec. 91I24 Jan. 98 



27 June ! 



17 Feb. 

17 Feb. 

7 Feb. 



5 Mar. 93 
29 Dec. 



17 Feb. 04 

17 Feb. 04 

17 Feb. 04 

17 Feb. 04 

Feb. 04 

17 Feb. 04 

1 8 Feb. 04 

18 Feb. 04 

19 Feb. 04 

20 Feb. 04 
20 Feb. 04 

23 Feb. 04 

24 Feb. 04 
27 Feb. 04 
27 Feb. 04 

1 Mar. 04 

2 Mar. 04 
2 Mar. 04 

2 Mar. 04 

3 Mar. 04 I 
5 Mar. 04 1 

11 Mar. 041 



7 Feb. 88 
5 Sept. 87 



5 Sept. 93 12 Mar. 04 

24 June 99 12 Mar. 04 1 

ii Mar. g6i 14 Mar. 04 

i Sept. 95(15 Mar. 04 

, May 91 1 16 Mar. 04 



17 Feb. Bi 
17 Feb. 8i 



28 June 
23 July 87 
27 July 
27 July 88 
27 July 
15 May 89 



Feb. 85 7 Oct. 9 

16 Dec. 89 1 Mar. 97 

7 Feb. 85 31 July 93 

17 Feb. 91 27 July 98 

17 Feb. 91 r Aug. 9S 

17 Feb. 91 1 Aug. 
3 Mar. 86 3 Mar. 97 

6 May 85 7 June 94 

24 Jan. 94 1 Feb. 
5 Dec. 83 

13 Apr. 92 
17 Feb. 86 

25 Nov. 85 

7 Feb. 85 ] 

29 Aug. 85 1 Nov. 95 16 Mar. 04 

16 Sept. 85 13 Nov. 25 16 Mar. 04 

17 Feb. 91 8 Sept. 98 16 Mar. 04 

30 Jan. 86 10 Sept. 94 19 Mar. 04 
17 Oct. 88 23 Dec. 96I19 Mar. 04J 
30 Jan. 86J30 Sept. 95I21 Mar. 04I 
17 Feb. 91)14 Sept.98| 2 6 Mar. 04! 

" 26 Mar. 04! 
1 Apr. 041 
1 Apr. 04 
1 Apr. 04 
t Apr. 04 
1 Apr. 04 
1 Apr. 04 
1 Apr. 04 

4 Apr. 04 

5 Apr. 04 



28 June 01 
23 July 90 
27 July 91 
27 Ju'y 9 1 
27 July 91 
20 July 92 
17 Feb. " 
17 Feb. 

10 Mar. S3 

27 July 88)27 July 9 
27 July 88127 July 91 
27 July 88 27 July 9 
27 July 88 27 July 9 



7 Feb. 91 14 Sept 
Dec. 83I10 Mar. 93 



21 Dec. 



5 Nov. i 



29 Feb. 87 
23 Nov 



24 July 
16 Sept. 85 
16 Sept. 85 

" Apr. 86 
28 Apr. 86 
28 Apr. 86 
28 Apr. 86 
12 Nov. 84 

16 Apr. 90 

17 Feb, 
22 July 90 

25 Au, 

18 Apr. 94 
25 Aug. " 



31 Oct, 

8 Nov. 98 
19 Nov. 98 
19 Nov. 98 
19 Nov. 98 

7 July 99 
14 Mar. 96 

9 Apr. 96 

30 Dec. 93 

6 Dec. 

9 Dec. 
9 Dec. 
12 Dec. 
3 Apr. 97 

7 Sept, 95 
11 Dec. 



12 Apr. 04 

13 Apr. 04 
13 Apr. 04 
13 Apr. 04 
13 Apr. 04 
16 Apr. 04 
19 Apr. 04 
22 Apr. 04 

28 Apr.97,28 Apr. 04 
28 Apr. 97 28 Apr. 04 



Apr. 97 

May 97 

1 July 94 

11 Mar. 95 

9 May 96 
30 Jan. 95 

1 Apr. 96 
17 Apr. 00 
30 Mar. 91 

16 Sept.8525 Feb. 96 

17 Feb. 86 22 July 96 
9 May 80! 19 May 97 



28 Apr. 04 

1 May 04 

2 May 04 

4 May 04 

4 May 04 
7 May 04 
7 May 04 
7 May 04 
11 May 04 
18 May 04 

18 May 04 

19 May 041 



Majors. 



q6 



2HdLIEUT. LIEUT. CAPTAIX 

I 



Charles Rodney Heastey, Major, Roy. Inniskilling Fusiliers ... . 

p.g.e. Campbell " Coffin, Major, R iyal Engineers ' 

John Arnold Cuthbert Quilter, Major, Grenadier Guards ... 15 May 97 

William Berke'cv Wallace, Major, Suffolk Regiment 

Jenkin Stephen Junes, Major, Middlesex Regiment ' 

p.».c. Cameron Deane Shute, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Edward Pelham Smith, Major, Ro}-al Artillery 17 Feb. 88 

Stafford Charles Babiugton, Major, Royal Engineers 

Geoffrey Frank Walton, Major, Army Servce Corps 

Frederick Lord Atdersey Packman, Major, East Surrey Rgt. 9 May 83 

Hugh Gilbert Cas-un, Major, South Wales Bordjrers ' 

William Trench Digby, Major, Royal Engineers 

Ernest Melvi le Johnston liurn, Major. Royal Engineers 

Harry Francis Sparrow, Major, East Kent Kegiment ! 4 May 87 

Henry Cecil East Smithett. Major, York and Lancaster Rgt. 

Douglas Edward Cayley, Major, Worcestershire Regiment, 1 Mar. 90 

Thomas Angus Tancied, Major, Royal Artiileiy , 

Walter Adams Nicholson, Major, Royal Artillery 27 July 

Anthony Hudso ' Woodifleld. Major, Royal Artillery j 

Osborne Kendal Tancock, Major, Royal" Artillery 

Arthur Edward Mamwanng, Major, Royal Dublin Fusiliers 

Claud de Montmorency Krauklyn, Major, Royal Engineers 

Ernest Leonard Oowie, Major, West Indi 1 Regiment 1S Dec. 89 

William Patrick Alexander, Major, Royal Artillery 



86 



.85. 



11 Feb. 8S 



27 July 83 



?9 Nov. 90 

4 May 87 
8 Oct. yo 

3 May 90 

15 Feb. 89 
25 Mar. 91 



Charles Sutton Edr idge, Major, Liverpool Regiment 

Charles Burrard, Major, Indian Army 

George Tracey Robinson, Ma ior, Indian Army 

Alfred Ralph Burltou, Maior, Indian Army 

Charles Jasper Blunt, M..jor, Army Ordnance Department 16 Sept. 36 
Wa'ter Raleigh Chichester, Major, Worcestershire Regt. ... 8 Juno 90 

Edward Northey, Major, King's Royal Rifle Corps 7 Mar. 55 

Horace Carl, on Evans, Major, Royal Marine Light Inf. ... 

Edward Hugh Pirn. Major, Royal Artillery 

Edmund Hyde Wnalley Howard Stafford", Major, R. Eng... 
Mordaunt Abingdon Carlisle Crowe, Major, Royal Arli'lery 
Pliilip Clement Joseph Scott, Major, Army Service Corps 

Cliffe Henry Vigors, Major h.n.. Royal Irish Regt .. 

George Harrj- Davidson, 1>S0. Major, Royal Scots 

Francis Britton Morley, Major, Northumberland Fusiliers 
Frederick H. W. Pym, Major, Army Ordnance Department 

Gerald Oleeve Rynd, Major, Manchester Regiment 

Henry Jenkins Brock, Major, Royal A tillery 

Beresford Cecil Molyueux Carter, Major, Lancashire Fus... 

Alfred Turner Rowlandson. Major, Indian Army 

Arundel Sinclair Begbie, Major, Indian Army 

Francis Frederick Badcock, DSO. Major, Indian Army 

Henry William Richard Senior, Major, Indian Army 

Ian Hope Grant, Major, Indian Army 

Ernest Stanley Hall, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick vVilliam Charles Turner, Major, Indian Army ... 

Ernest John Macturl me Wood, Maior, Indian Army 

Walter Dickens D sons, Major, Indian Army 

Henry George Walker, Major, Indian Army 

Edgar Brandreih, Major, Indian Army 

Charles Tarrant Swan, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Charles Livingstone Waller, Major, Ind. Army... 

Frank L'oyd Vincent, Major, Indian Army 

Harry Alexander Moore, Major, Indian Army 

Francis William Hallowes, Major, Indian Army 

Denis George Peart, Major, Indian Army 

Walter George Hodgson, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Robert Edward Lock, Major, Indian Army 

Reginald Percy Congreve Schneider, Major, Indian Army- 
Walter Henry Brown, Major, Indian Army 

Cyril Edward Wood, Major, Indian Army 

Lewin Barlow Walton, Major, Indian Army 

James Saurin Richards, Major, Indian Army 

Alfred Carnac Watson, Major, Iuoian Army 

John J seph O'Brien Sexton, Major, Indian Army 

Theodore Chas. Mackenzie Trower Hogg, Major, Ind. Army 

Owen Charles Argles, Major, Indian Army 

William George Grey, Major, Indian Army 

Lindesay Maxwell Bell, Major, Indian Army 

p.t.c. William SoutuaU Reid May, Major, East York. 

shire Regiment 

Robert Leonce Oweim, Major, Royal Irish Regiment 

Herbert Cyril Orde Murray, Major, Black Watch 

H. E. Burieigh Leach, Major, Northumberland Fusiliers 

William Clegg, Major, R lyal Berkshire Regiment 

Charles Joseph Windham, Major, Indian Army 

William Raymond lnglis, Major, Norfolk Regiment 



21 May 87 
2 May 21 



6 Apr. < 

7 May < 
: Sept. i 

27 July < 

18 Feb. ! 
17 Feb. I 

29 Aug. 

12 Oct. 

23 Mar. 

1 Sept. 

19 Mar. 
15 Feb. 

1 Sept. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
23 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
■■5 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
25 Ang. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
25 Aug. 

9 May 

5 Dec. 

7 Feb. 

8 Feb. 
29 Aug. 

1 Sept, 
19 Dec. 



85 



Charles John Brinsley, Lord Newtown-Bntler, Major, 1 
Coldstream Guards „. ..\ 22 Aug.88 15 Oct 



Archibald M'liili, Major (District Officer), Royal Artillery 

BamfyMe Leonard Carew, Major, 4 Dragoon Guards j 8 Juno 89 

Georgd Francis Reginald Forbes, Major, Royal Irish Regt.' 6 July 89 

Frederick Gilbert Talbot, My or, Royal Artillery 29 Dec. 88 

Hugh Robert Palmer, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Guinand Black ider, DSO. Major, Leicestershire) I , eo 

Regiment | 22 Aug. 88 

Gerald Meade Gloster, Major, Devonshire Regiment 



9 Oct. 
8 Oct. 
25 Mar. 

18 Nov. 
17 Feb. 






24 June 96 

25 July 56 
21 May 04 
15 June 94 
25 Feb. 94 
18 Sept. 95 
13 Sept. 98 

1 Mar. 96 
25 Aug. 97 
24 Mar. 90 

1 Nov. 92 

4 Aug. 96 

5 Aug. 96 

23 May 96 

28 Aug. 95 

24 June 99 
13 June 96 

17 Feb. 99 

18 June 96 
1 Aug. 96 

16 May 94 

12 Aug. 96 

3 Apr. 97 

29 Aug. 96 
20 Sept. 95, 
24 July 97 
24 July 97] 
24 July 971 

i Apr. 01 

11 Dec. 99 
1 July 95 
7 Feb. 96 

20 Feb. 99 j 

13 Aug. 96 

29 Aug. 96 
24 Jan. 98 

1 Mar. 93 

14 Mir. 96 

23 Dec. 97 
14 Feb. or 

24 Jan. 98 

17 Mar. 99 
13 July 98 
= 5 Aug. ,7 

25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 97 

,25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 97 
1 25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 97 
25 Ang. 97 
25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 97 
= 5 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 97 
23 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 97 
25 Aug. 67 
25 Aug. 97 

6 Sept. 93 

30 Jan. 92 
13 Apr. 92 

27 Jan. 00 

28 Nov. 95 
1 Sept. 97 

12 Sept. 90 

7 Sept. 98 

4 Oct. 99 
12 Sept. 94 
30 Jan. 95 

18 Mar. 96 

30 Sept. 96 

6 Dec. 95 
20 Oct. 92 



PLACEDOIT 
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21 May 04 

21 May 04 

22 May 04 
31 May 04 

4 June 04 

4 June 04 

8 June 04 

9 June 04 

9 June 04 
11 June 04 

18 Juneo4 
2i June 04 
21 Juneo4 

i July 04 
t July 04 
6 July 04 
<3 July 04 

13 July o., 

15 July 04 

5 July 04 

16 July 04 
16 July 04 
1 5 July 04 
20 July 04 

3 July 04 

4 July 04 
24 July 04 
24 July 04 

2 A lg.04 

3 Aug. 04 
3 Aug. 04 
3 Aug. 04 

5 Aug. 04 

6 Aug. 04 
10 Aug. 04 
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1 ;; Vug. 04 26 Aug. 04 

14 Aug. 04 

15 Aug. 04 
'7 Aug. 04 
1 5 Aug. 04 

19 Aug. 04 

24 Aug. 04 
-5 Aug. 04 
2; Aug. 04 

25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 

23 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
2; Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug 04 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
25 2i.ug.04 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
23 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 
25 Aug. 04 

25 Aug. 04 

26 Aug. 04 

'26 Aug. 04 

27 Aug. 04 

28 Aug. 04 

29 Aug. 04 
1 Sept. 04 
1 Sept. 04 

3 Sept. 04 

3 Sept. 04 

7 Sept. 04 
7 Sept. 04 
7 Sept. 04 
7 Sept. 04 

10 Sept.04 
10 Sept.04 



96a 



Majors. 



Frank Aikenhead, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Gosling, Major, King's Royal Ride Corps 

p.s.c. William Sykes Banks, Major, Dorse'.shire Regiment... 

Beauchamp St. Clair St. Clair-Ford, Major, East York- \ 
shire Regiment / 

Arthur John Pilcher, Major, Royal Engineers 

Cecil Hallowes Lewis, Major, Army Service Corps 

Herbert Graham Westmorland, Major, Hampshire Regt. ... 

Philip Carteret Fall Atherley, Major, Nottinghamshire \ 
and Derbyshire Regiment / 

Arthur James Stephen, Major, West Yorkshire Regiment... 

Archibald Stephen Koe, Major, King's Own Scottish Bord. 

Arthur Gilbert Master, Major, Army Service Corps 

William Francis Leader, Major, Royal Warwickshire Regt. 

Mostyn Eden Cookson, Major, Royal Sussex Regiment 

Edward Part Brooker, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Edward Phipps, Major. Royal Artillery 

IJffi Alexander Edward Viscount Fmcastie, Major, 16 Lancers 

Alfred Walpole, Major, Royal Engineers 

James Ernest Vanrenen, Major, Royal Engineers 

Sydney Frederick Williams, Major, Royal Engineers 

M011, Reginald Hastings Marsham, Major, 7 Hussars 

Robert William Hawthorn Ronaldson, Major, Highland! 

Light Infantry / 

Edward Schell Cripps Hobson, Major, Worcestershire Regt. 
p.s.c, Reginald St. George Gorton, Major, Royal Artillery... 

Harry Francis Head, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Richmond Phillips, Major, Royal Artillery 

Alfred Edward Hubbard, Major, Lincolnshire Regiment ... 

Frank Trevor Oldham, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Edward Berkeley Newenham, Major, Royal Fusiliers 

William Leith Malcolm, Major, Indian Army 

Frederick Kendall Fair, Major, Royal Engineers 

George Brenton Laurie, Major, Royal Irish Rifles 

Howard Alan Denholme Fraser, Major, Roy«l Engineers... 

Richard Tucker Gray, Major, Royal Irish Fusiliers 

Reginald Carlyon Coates, DiO., Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Ferdinand Brewster, Major, Royal Artillery 

Harold Arthur Reid, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frederick Edward Grey Ponsonby, CVO. Major Gren. Gds. 

Seymour Bulbert Sheppard, DSO. Captain Royal Eng 

George Pelham Aufrere Acworth, Major, Royal Engineers 
George Higginson Ford-Hutchinson, i'/SO.Connaught Rgrs. 

David Aubrey Callender, Major, Royal Scots 

Charles Harold Corbett, Major, 18 Hussars 

Joseph Oates Travers, DSO. Major, Devonshire Regiment 
Alexander Colin M'Clean, Major, Cameron Highlanders ... 

Cecil Robert Gaunt, Major, 4 Dragoon Guards 

John Henry Arthur Boyce, Major, Rojal Lancaster Regt.... 
George Fredk. Molyneux-Montgoinery, Major, Gren. Gds... 

Evelyn Chiappini Peebles, DSO. Major, Norfolk Regt 

Herbert Chaworth Fergusson, Major, Highland Light Inf... 
Alexander William Abercrombie, Major, Connaught Rngrs. 



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WHEW 
PL1CKD ON 
HALF PAY. 



War Services of the Majors. 966 

2 Major Anstruther served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, attached to the Intelligence Depart- 
ment, and was present in the engagement at Ulnndi (Medal with Clasp). 

3 Major Finlay served with the Waziristan Field Force under Sir William Lockhart in 1S04-95 as Brigade Trans- 
port Officer (Medal with Clasp). Served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 with the 1st 
Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment, including the storming of the Malakand Pass and the engagement near Khar 
(Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 with the 2nd Battalion Bedford Regiment and 
with the Mounted Infantry— dangerously wounded; took part in the operations in the Orange Free State, February 
to May 1900; in Orange River Colony, May to 29th November 1900, including the actions at Wittebergen; in Cape 
Colony, south of Orange River, in 1899-1900, including the actions at Colesberg ; in the Transvaal in November and 
December 1900 ; in Orange River Colony, March to June 1901 ; and in Cape Colony, December 1900 to March 1901 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps). 

* Major Percy served in the Burmese Expedition in 1887-89 with the 2nd Battaliou Norfolk Regiment (Medal 
with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901 successively as Camp Commandant of Released 
Prisoners of War, Station Commandant at Pretoria, and Press Censor ; commanded the 2nd Battalion Norfolk 
Regiment from 22nd Dec. 1900 to 20th March 1901 (Medal with three Clasps). 

6 Major T. Quin served with the 1st Battalion Manchester Regiment in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, and 
Khedive's Star). Served with the Hazara Expedition in i88S (Medal with Clasp) ; with the Miranzai Expedition 
in 1891 (Clasp) ; with the Waziristan Delimitation Escort in 1S94, and with the subsequent expedition under Sir 
William Lockhart in 1894-95 (Clasp). Served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 with 
the 4th Sikh Infantry ii eluding the capture ot the Malakand Pass (Medal with Clasp). Served in the campaign 
on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1397-98 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force 
with the 3rd Sikh Infantry, and was present at the storming of the Dargai Heights on the 20th October 1897, the 
capture of the Sampagha and Arhanea Passes, and the operations against the Chamkanis and in the Bazar 
Valley (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, two Clasps). 

8 Major S. A. Pearse served in the Burmese Expedition in 1885-89 (Medal with two Clasps). 

9 Major H. M. Cowper served in West Africa in 1899-1902 as Chief Staff Officer. Served in the South African 
war in 1900-02, and took part in the operations in Natal, March to June 1900, including the action at Laing's Nek ; 
operations in the Transvaal, 30th Nov. 1900 to July 1901, and Oct. to Nov. 1901 ; operations in Orange River 
Colony, July to Oct. 1901, and Nov. 1901 to 31st May 1902 (Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

11 Major A. Capel-Cure served in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal 
with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

12 Major R. J. H. L. Mackenzie served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 and was present in the engagement at 
Hasheen (Medal with Ciasp, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Zhob Field Force in 1890 under Sir George 
White (mentioned in despatches) . Served with the Miranzai Expedition in 1891 (mentioned in despatches, Medal 
with Clasp). 

13 Major H. R. C'rompton-Roberts served in the South African war in 1899-1900, and took part in the advance 
on Kimberliy, including the actions at Belmont, Enslin, Modder River, and Magersfontein : the operations in 
the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, and the actions at Poplar Grove, Dreifontein, Vet River, and Zand 
River ; the operations in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, and the actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and 
Diamond Hill; the operations in the Transvaal cast of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, and the action at 
Belfast ; and the operations in Orange River Colony and Cape Colony, Dec. 1900 to May 1902 (twice mentioned 
in defpatcLe?, HSO., Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

1* Major R. B. Wtrden seived in the Somh African war in 1900-01 on the Staff; afterwards employed with 
piifoners of war. Took part in the operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, including action at Riet Vlei; 
in Oral ge River Cokny ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River (Medal with three Clasps). 

is Major G. F. Herbert served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 
Seived in ihe South African war in 1899-1501 on Staff (mentioned in despatches). 



[For the War Services of the other Majors, vide their respective Regiments or Corps.] 



97 



STAFF AT HOME. 



Note. — Throughout the Staff, where the date of first appointment to a term of Staff employment differs from the 
date of the present appointment, the date of first appointment is added in a parenthesis. 

ALDERSHOT COMMAND.— Head Quarters, Alderslwt. 

Commander Lieut. General Sir J. D. P. French, KCB. KCilG. 15 Sept. 02. 

Assist. Military Secretary and Aide de Camp Bt. Major S. L. Barry, DSO. 10 Hussars (proa.). 
... , „ f .Major A. Lawson, 2 Dragoons (prov.). 

Aides ae Lamp j Captain H. F. Crichton, Irish Guards (proo.,. 

General Staff. 

Colonel ( Issistant Adjutant General) p.s.c. Colonel R. C. B.Lawrence, 8 Dec. 03. 

rj.ni tit, At n, „,.»„. nr~.*±ma^~-f. {]>•*•£' Lr. Colonel D. Henderson, DSO. Argyll and Sutherland 
Lt. Colonel (Dep. Assist. Quarter 31 aster Generals y Highlanders, 3 Mar. 04. 

Administrativo Staff. 

Chief Staff Officer (Brig. Gen. on the Staff) Colonel E. M. S. Crabbe, CB. (with rank of Brig. Gen.) 22 Feb. 04. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General J •p.^Bt. Lt.Colonel J. R. F. Sladen, East Yorkshire Regiment, 

r J ■' 1 20 (jot. 02. 

Assistant Quarter Master General Cjlonel W. F. H. 3. Kincaid, 14 May 03. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General {^•^f^ 010 ^ 1 R ' A> K ' iIont S ome|, y. DSO. Royal Artillery, 

Attached to Head Quarters of Command. Heads of Services and Departments. 

iloMMASCiifu Royal Artillery (Major Gm.on\ ,, . - „„„„„, ^ T <Tr „ ,„. nl} ,, 

tie Staff) f Major General F. J. W. Eustace, CB. 5 Mar. 04. 

Commanding Rotal Aetilleey ( Colonel on the) 

Staff) / 

Staff Officer, Royal Artillery p.s.c. Bt.Lt. Colonel J. P. Du Cane, Royal Artillery, 15 Apr. 04. 

Commanding Royal Engineer (Major General )■,••„.„ « ,, ». „ „ ,, tt,t> o c, . 

on tl e Staff) > Major General Sir E. Wood, KCB. 8 Sept. 02. 

Staff Officer, Royal Engineers Major A. H. Cowie, Royal Engineers. 

Director of Supplies and Transnort , Colonel J. C. Oughterson, 14 Oct. 03. 

Asst. Director of Supplies and Transport Major R. Ford, DSO. Army Service Corp*, 14 Oct. 03. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Colonel T. Heron, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Colonel C. Ward, Army P«.y Department. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon General W. H. McNamara, MB. CB. CMG. 

Staff Officer Lt.Colonel J. M. Irwin, MB. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

District Veterinary Officer Veterinary Lt. Colonel C. Rutherford, CMG. 

Staff Officer Major T. Marriott, Army Veterinary Department. 

Auditor H. H. Fawcett. 

Assistant Auditor B. M. Dra,per. 

Staff Captain for Musketry Captain P. Balfour, Highland Light Infantry, 1 Oct. 04. 

Schools of Instruction, etc. 

Commandant Mounted Infantry School p.s.c. Lt.Colonel A. J. Godley, Irish Guards, 28 May 03. 

Assistant Commandant Major Sir H. W. McMahon, Bt. DSO. Royal Welsh Fus. 28 May 03, 

Adjutant and Quarter Master Bt. Major H. Finlay, East Kent Regiment. 

Inspector of Gymnasia Bt. Colonel Hon. .1". S. Napier, CMG. 1 Apr. 02 (12 Feo. 97). 

Assistant Inspector of Gymnasia Major R. L. E. McKerrell, Argyle and Sutherland Highlanders. 

Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. for Signalling .. Bt. Lt.Colonel T. E. O'Leary, Royal Irish Fusiliers, 9 Oct. 02. 

Assistant to do Captain G. Gem, Royal Sussex Regiment. 

Superintendent Balloon Factory Colonel J. L. B. Templet*, Reserve (1 Apr. 97). 

Professor Army Veterinary School Veterinary Major E. R. C. Butler, 21 Aug. 02. 

Assistant. Professor Army Veterinary School Veterinary Captain E. E. Martin, 12 Sept. 02. 

Cimp Quarter Master Arthur Edward Poole, 29 Nov. 01 ; Hon. Major, 29 Nov. 01. 

Quarter Master , J. H. George, 8 Apr. 96; Hon. Lieut. 

Provost Marshal ( J 'Mour^ed P^fce* 9 SeP *' ^ ^ ^ 95> ' ^^ MaJ ' or -- miit!lT * 

1st Division. — 1st Brigade. 

Major General Commanding A. H. Paget, CB. C> O. Sept. 02. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. B. A. P. W. P. H. Earl of Granard, Scots Guards. 

Assistant Adjutant General p.s.o. Colonel A. J. Murray, CB. DSO. 3 Nov. 02. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General ... p.s.c. Major F. W. Kerr, DSO. Gordon Highlanders, 6 Feb. 04. 

Brigadier General 1st (Foot Guards) Brigade p.s.c. Col. F. Lloyd, CB. DSO. (with rank of Brio. Gen.) 2 May 04. 

Brigade Major 'p.s.c. Captain Hon. G. A. A. Hood, Grenadier Guards, 20 Oct. 03. 

2nd Brigade. 

t, ■ i. n , (p.s.c. Colonel E. A. H. Alderson, CB. ADC. (with ranie of Briqadier 

Brigadier General )* General) 8 May 03. J * 

Brigade Major Captain C. P. Higginson, DSO. Shropshire Light Inf. 10 Feb. 03. 

2nd Division. — 3rd Brigade. 

Major General Commanding p.s.c. Major General Sir B. M. Hamilton, KCB. 1 Mar. 04. 

Aide de Camp Bt.MajorD. "Wilmot-Sitwell, Royal Iristi Rifles, 16 June 04. 

Assistant Quarter Master General jy.s.c. Colonel J. S. Cowans, MVO. 16 Apr. 03. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Bt.Lt. Colonel F. S. Bulfin, Manchester Regiment. 

Brigadier General (3rd Brigade) p.s.c. Colonel T. D. Pilcher, CB. (with rank of Brig. Gen.) 2 May 

Brigade Major (3rd Brigade) Bt.Major E. R. Bradford, Seaforth Highlanders, 12 Dee. 02. 

4th Brigade. 

Brigalier General , p.s.c. Col. H. E. BelSeld, CB. DSO (with rank of Brig. Gen) 8Deco3. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Captain J. H. W. Pollard, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 27 Sept. 04. 

8rd Division. — 5th Brigade. 

Major General Commanding 

Aide de Camp 

Assistant Adjutant General 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General ... Bt.Lt. Colonel F. J. De Ges, "W. Riding Regiment, 9 Oct. 03. 

Principal Medical Officer Lt.Col nel A. P. O'Connor, CB. Royal Army Medical C-u-ps. 

Brigadier General, ($th Brigade) Colonel W. P. Campbell (with rank of Brig. General), 2 May 04. 

Brigade Major (5th Brigade) "$€ p.s.c. BL Major C. FitzClarence, Irish Guards, 22 Apr. 03. 

1st Cavalry Brigade. 

Major General Commanding , Major General H. J. Scobell, CB. 1 Apr. 03. 

Aide de Camp Captain \V. Long, DSO. (prov.) 2 Dragoons, 1 Apr. 03. 

Brigade Major 



Staff at Home. 98 

SOUTHERN COMMAND.— Salisbury. 

Gktebal Officer Commanding p.s.c. YC Sir H. E. Woo'l, GCB. GCMG. i Oct. 01. 

Assist. Military Secretary and Aide de Camp Major C. R. Buckle, JDSO. Royal Artillery- . 

,-j - n ' /Captain C. M. A. Wood, Northumberland Fusiliers, i Oct. 01. 

eg ae cu " 1 '' l Captain C. Salkeld, 10 Hussars, 15 Sept. 02. 

Chief Staff Officer (Brigadier General on C p.s.c. Colonel P. H. N. Lake, CB. (icitk rank of Brigadier General), 

the Staff) \ 2 Mar. 04 (in Canada). 

Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Colonel H. N. C. Heath, 14 June 04. 

1 p.s.c. Major W. P. Blood, Roval Irish Fusiliers, 10 Oct. 01. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals Vs.c. Bt.Lt.Colonel G. H. Thesiger, Rifle Brigade (for Musketry), 

r •> •' 1 / May 02. Andocer. 

V Captain A A. LI yd, DSO. Northamptonshire Regiment. Dover. 

Assistant Quarter Master General ., Bt.Colonel W. H. M. Lowe, 7 Dragoon Guards. 

(p.s.c. Bt.Major W. P. Braithwaite, Somersetshire LigM Infantry, 
Deputy Assistant Quarter Masttr Generals... I 6 Oct. 02. 

(p.s.c. Major R. W. P. "White, Welsh Regiment, 6 Sept. 04. 

District Inspector of Musketry 

Comiukiug Rotal Artillbbt (Major General 1 ,. . ~ , _ _ _ __ _ . , .... „ . 

on the Staff) ( ■•' a i OT General E. 0. Hay, CB. Royal Artillery, 12 Sept. 03. 

Colonel on the Staff'.'.'.'.'.'. 'ZZZllZ'.".'... '.'.'.'.'.'. ' Colonel F. H. Hall, CB. 

Staff Officer, Royal Artillery p.s. c. Ma or K. Combe, Roval Artillery, 18 Jan. 04. 

Commanding Royal Engineer (Major Gen-') Major General I). C. Scott, CVO. CB. DSO. Royal Engineers, 

eral on the Staff) ... / 9 sept. 02. 

Staff Officer, Royal Engineers Lt.Colonel G. H. Fowke, Royal Engineers. 

Director of Supplies and Transport (Colonel] „,„ , „ , Tr „j B »i,i <->„.. 

on the Staff) j-Colonel 0. A. Hadueld, 15 Oct. 02. 

Assist. Director of Supplies and Transport... Major E. F. Taylor, Army Service Corps. 

Principal Medico! Officer Surgeon General J. A. Clery, MB. CB. 

Staff Officer to Principal Medical Officer Lt.Colouel G.Coutts, MB. Royal Army MediC-il Corps, 1) Aug. o». 

Chief Ordnance Officer .'. Colonel E. E. Markwick, Ordnance Department. 

Principal Veterin try Officer Vet^yinary Lt.Colonel F. W. Forsdyke, 

Staff Officer to Principal Veterinary Officer 

Chief Paymaster 

Commandant of Mounted Infantry Sckool Lt.Colonel S. P. Rolt, York and Lancaster Regiment, 31 July 03. 

Assistant Commandant Major A. J. King. DSO. Royal Lancashire Regiment, 9 June 03. 

Adjutant and Quarter Master Captain V. T. Bailey, Liverpool Regiment, 9 June 03. 

Depahmbnt of Accountant-general- - 

Auditor Colonel R. M. Ireland, CMG., Army Pay Department. 

Assistant Auditor W. L. McArthur. 

4th Division. — 7th Brigade. — Salisbury Plain. 

Major General Commanding Sir C. E. Knox, KCB. 

Aide de Camp Bt.Major O. H. E. Marescaux, Shropshire Light Infantry. 

Assistant Quarter Master General 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Lt.Colonol W. A. M. Thompson. Royal Artillery, 27 Jan. 04. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Bt.Colonel E. R. Kenyon, Roj-al Engineers. 

Officer Commanding Army Sercic Corps Bt.Colonel J. A. H. Re'Uy, Army Service Corps. 

Principal iledical Officer Colonel W. Donovan, CB. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Captain W. D. C Trimnell, Royal Artillery. 

Brigade Maior ( 7 tk Brigade) ( ^°f, H , °- Warre, Z>50. King's Royal Rifle Corps, 1 Jan. 03. 

' • ' (. But ford Camp. 

Assistant Procost Marshal Quarter Matter C. Innes {Hon. Lieut.), 21 Apr. 04. 

8th Brigade. 

Brigadier General 

Brigade Major 

2nd Cavalry Brigade. 

Brigadier General 

Aide de Camp 

Brigade Maior 

SOUTH EASTERN DISTRICT. 
5th Division. — Dover. 

Majoe General Commanding p.s.c. H.F.Grant, CB. 10 Nov. 03. 

Aide de Camp Major R. S. Webber, Royal Welsh Fusiliers, 10 Nov. 03. 

Assistant Quarter Master General p.s.c. Colonel C. J. Mackenzie, CB. 10 Sept. 02. 

Dep. Assist. Adj. General (jor Musketry) ... Lt.Colonel R. J. Tudway, DSO. Essex Regiment, 22 Sept. 03. 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel R. H. Quill, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Officer Commanding Army Seriice Corps Lt.Colonel F. Horniblo'w, Army Service Corps. 

10th Brigade.— SJiormliffe. 

Brigadier General p.s.c. Colonel 3. H. Lomax (with rankof Brig. General), 28 Apr. 04. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Major S. C. Long, Rifle Brigade, 26 Oct. 04. 

District and Garrison Staff. 

Assistant Adjutant General 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Matter General ... p.s.c. Maior T. R. C. Hudson, Royal Artillery, 11 Dec. 02. 
Commanding Royal Art. ( Colonel on the Staff) Colonel G. P. Owen, 9 Aug. 04. 

Staff Officer, Royal Artillery Captain E. A. Saunders, DSO. Royal Artillery'. 16 Jan. 04. 

Comdg. Royal Engineer (Colonel on the Staff) 

Commanding Army Sercice Corps " 

Chief Ordnance ufficer Lt Colonal C. Purchas, Army Ordnance Dept. 

District Paymaster Colonel G. H. Moore-Lane, CMG. Army Pay Department. 

SOUTHERN DISTRICT. 

Major Qekebal Commanding p.s.c. Major General R. A. Montgomery, CB. Roy. Art. jo Nov. oj 

Aides de Camp ( Captain H. Rowan-Robinson, Royal Artillery, 18 Nov. 03. 



99 Staff at Home. 

11th Brigade. — Portsmouth. 

Brigadier General "US, Colonel E. S. Browne, CB. with rank of Brigadier General. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Bt.Major C. P. A. Hall, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 10 Nov. 03. 

District and Garrison Staff. 

Assistant Adjutant General Colonel A. R. Pemberton, 7 Aug. 03. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Captain C. F. Moores, DSO. Army Service Corps, 8 Nov. 03. 

Assistant Quarter Master General 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General ... p.s.c. Major T. B. Wood, Royal Artillery, 23 Sept. 03. 
Commanding Royal Engineer (Colonel on the) ,, , 1 m r> -><- - nr> 00 1 
Staff) ■ J Colonel T. R. Main, CJ?. 8 Sept. 02. 

Staff Officer, Royal Artillery p.s.c. Major C. J. Perceval, DSO. Royal Artillery, 18 Nov. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Bt.Colonel C. B. WyncoU, Army Service Corps! 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel J. J. Morris, MD. Roval Army Medical Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt.Colonel G. R. Hobbs, CMG. Army Ordnance D3partment. 

Quarter Master and Acting Adjutant, Invalid ) , T Tr > t - -r, „ -a- T ■ » \r u 

Depot [M.J. Prentice, 1 Dec. 99 ; Hon. Lieut. Netley. 

District Paymaster Major G. B. Smith, Army Pay Department. 

DISCHARGE DSPO C. -Fort Brockhurst, Gosport. 

Lieut. Colonel Colonel G. A. Ashby CB. 27 Aug. 04. 

Adjutant Captain J. F. Radcliffe, DSO. Devonshire Regiment, 3 Sept. 00. 

Paymaster Major H. C. B. Payne, Army Pay Department. 

Quarter Matter Quarter Master J. J. Reid, 10 Mar. 01 ; Son. Lieut. 

CONVALESCENT DEPOT.— Southampton. 

Coloiel on the Staff (temp.) Colonel J. Stacpole, CYO. CMG. 9 Aug. 01. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General ... p.s.c. Major A. G. Marrable, Yorkshire Light Infantry, 21 Sept. 04. 
Puyimster Captain G. E. Sharp, Army Pay Department. 

INVALID DEPOT.— Netley. 
Quarter Master and Acting Adjutant M. J. Prentice, Hon. Lt. 

WESTERN DISTRICT. 

Lieut. General Commanding Lieut.General 8ir~W. F. Butler, KCB. 10 Jan. 01 (8 Sept. 

,■ , j p /Captain H. F. H. Clifford, Suffolk Regiment (proo.), 4 Aug. 02. 

8 mp ( Major C. B. Little, Somerset Light Infantry, 1 Aug. 01 acting). 

6th. Division arid 12th Brigade. — Plymouth. 

Mijor General 

Aide de Camp 

Assistmt Adjutant General p.s.c. Colonel A. G. Churchill, 18 June 04. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Matter General ... p.s.c. Major A. S. Dunlop, R}yal Artillery, if Nov.03. 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel G. D. Bourke, Rryal Army Medical Corps. 

Officer Commanding Army Service Corps Bt. Colonel P. J. T. Lewis, Army Service Corps. 

District and Garrison Staff, 

Assistant Quarter Master General p.s.c. Colonel H. M. Sinclair, 21 Dec. 03. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General 

Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. for Musketry 

Commanding R. Artillery (Colonel on Staff ) ... Colonel H. A. Scott, 19 Nov. 04. 

Brigade Major, Royal Artillery p.s.c. Captain W. M. Ogg, Royal Artillery, 9 Mar. 04. 

Colonel on the Staff (for Severn Defences and-, Colonel E . H . Walker, 15 Oct. 03. 

Mil ford Haven) j 

Commanding R. Engineer (Colonel on Staff)... Colonel M. H. G. Goldie, 1 Mar. 01 (24 Oct. 99). 

Commanding Army Service Corps... 

Chief Ordnance Officer Major H. D. E. Parson3, CMG. Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Colonel O. M. Johnston, Army Pay Department. 



IRISH COMMAND. 

LibulGeneeal & Genehal Goveenob The Right Hon. W. H. Earl of Dudley, GCVO. Dublin Castle. 

Aides de Camp. 
Major M. O'Brien, MVO. DSO. Northum. Fus. 30 July 95 I Cantain Sir B. B. M. Leighton, Bt. Shropshire Imperial 
Itieut. Hon. G. E. F. Ward, 1 Life Guards. i Yeom anry. 

Lt.Colonel C. Heseltine, 7 Bn. Royal Fusiliers. I 

1 General Rt. Hon. F. W. Lord Urenfell, GCB. GCM&. Colonel 

Commanding the Forces j Commandant King's Royal Rifles (temp.), 10 May 04. 

Assist. Military Secretary(with rank of Major) Bt.Major G. S. St. Aubyn, King's Royal Rifles, 10 May 04. 
. . _ f Captain E. Seymour, MVO. Grenadier Guards, 10 May 04. 

Aides de vamp ^ Lieut. R. M. Yorke, n Hussars, 10 June 04. 

sn.'- so* jf/-,jc ,-b ■ n *i c. m\ f p.s.c. Colonel Hon. A. H. Henniker-Major, CB. (with rank of 

Chief Staff Officer (Brig. Gen. on the Staff) ... \? Brigadier GeD eral), 23 July 04. 

Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Colonel F. tfammersley, Lanes. Fusiliers. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Bt.Major J. L. Clarke, E. Yorkshire Regt. 2 Juneo3. 






Staff at Home. 99a 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General* (for ) Major L. F. Green-Wilkins:m, Rifle Brigade. 

Musketry 5 p.s.c. Major J. G. King-Kins, DSO., Royal West Surrey Regt. 

Assistant Quarter Master General Colonel J. Davidson. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General ... p.s.c. Major F. L. Banon, Shropshire Light Infantry, n Dec. 03. 

C °on m tTe ^"affr" 1 ^"^f ["HZ ^'."^ j Ma J or General Sir W. G. Kn- X> KCB. Royal Artillery, 9 Sept. 02. 

Brigade Major. Royal Artillery , p.s.c. Major A. W. Gay, DSO. Royal Artillery. 

Staff Officer, Royal Artillery ".. Colonel VV. H. Suart, 9 Sept. 03. 

Commanding R Engineer (Col. on the Staff).. Colonel E. Dickinson, 3 May 02. 

Staff Officer, Royal Engineers p.'.c. Bt. Major J. S. Fowler, DSO., Royal Engineers. 

mrec l? ro £ fj'PC' 1 " and Tran »P° rt {Colonel-, Q j K N Bunbnry, 16 Oct. 02. 

on the Staff) } ■" 

Assistant Director of Supplies and Transport Major H. N. Sargent, DSO. Army Service Corps, 1 Oct. 03. 

Principal Medical Officer Surg.-General W. J. Fawcett, MB. 

Staff Officer to Principal Medical Officer Major D. M. Saunders, MO. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt.Colonel G. J. Batcher CUG. Army Ordnance Dept. 

Principal Veterinary Officer Veterinary Lt.Colonel L. J. Blenkinsop, DSO. 

Staff Officer to Principal Veterinary Officer... 

Chief Paymaster Major B. E. Winter, Army Pay Department. 

Commandant for Mounted Infantry School ... 

Assistant Commandant 

Adjutant and Quarter Master Captain V. Henry, Royal Fnsiliers, 6 June 03. 

Department of Accountant-General— 

Auditor Colonel T. W. Drage, C.B., Army Pay Department. 

Assistant Auditor H. G. Goligher. 

DUBLIN DISTRICT. 
7th. Division and 14th Brigade. — Curragh. 

Major General Wanding (*■** Gene ™> ** G - de °" iIorton ' ZClK CB ' CV0 - ^ June ° 2 ' 

i (t Jan. 02). 

Aide de Camp ... Captain G. D. Franks, 19 Hussars, 21 Mar. 02. 

Assistant Adjutant General Colonel A. W. Thorneycroft, CB. 12 Nov. 02. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General ... UlC p.s.c. Captain F. M. Meiklejohn, 6 Mar. 04. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Bt.C donel A. H. Thomas, CB. DSO. Army Service Corps. 

Principal Medica. Officer Colonel P. 51. Ellis Royal Arm3' Medical Corps. 

Brigade Major, 14M Brigade p.s.c. Bt.Major H. E. GJgarty, Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

13th Brigade— Dublin. 

Major General . Major General W. F. Vetch, CVO. 23 June 02. 

Aide de Camp Bt.Major M. Lowndes, Royal Dublin Fusiliers, 23 June 02. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Bt.Major A. F. Sillem, Royal West Surrey Regiment. 

District Staff. 

Assistant Quarter Muster General 

Deputit Assistant Quarter Master General ... p.s.c. Major T. S- Fox-Strangways, R. Irish Reg., 11 Dec. 03. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Major E. O. Wathen, 5 Lancers, 25 Feb. 04. 

Garrison Adjutant Captain J. W. D. Thomson, 21 Lancers, 1 July 04. 

Commanding Royal Engineers Colonel G. K. Scott-Moncrieff CIE., Royal Engineers. 

Officer Commanding Army Service Corps Lt.Colonel R. E. Hill, Army Service Corps. 

Principal Medical Officer Lt.Colonel J. G. MacNeece, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

ni- s-n 7 no; f Lt.Colonel R. Crawford, Ai my Ordnance Department (Curragh). 

Chief Ordnawe tj/flcers < -,.- • .,, ,. V t 1 r» 1 . .-n t n i;- 1 J " 

J •" (.Major T. B. Nowlan. Royal Artillery (Dublin). 

Camp Quarter Master, Curragh Qr.Mr. H. UibDS (Hon Capt.), 20 July 91. 

Assistant Provost Marshal, Curragh { qr ^ y "^ Gale {Uo "- £i< "' ,) Mllicar y Mounted Police Corps, 

Dublin Recruiting District. — Depot, Linen U.M Birracks. 

Recruiting Staff Officer (Class II.) Major G. D. Luard, Scottish Rides. 

Medical Officer Lt.Colonel J. Latchford, ret. pay, 27 Sept. 02. 

3rd Cavalry Brigade. — Curragh. 

Brigadier General Colonel M. F. Rimington, CB. (temp. Brig. Gen.). 

Aide de Camp Lieut. P. D. FitzGeraid, DSO. 11 Hussars, 11 Dec. 03. 

Brigade Major p.t.c. Bt.Major E. K. Ansell, 6 Dragoons, 25 Feb. 04. 

BELFAST DISTRICT. 

9th Division. — Bdfttst. 

Mwoe General C ...handing p£ Major General E. P. Leach, CB. CVO. Royal Engineers, 

(. 1 Apr. 02 (2 Apr. 00). 

Aide de Camp Bt.Major W. F. Hessey, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, 21 Sept. 03. 

Assistant Quarter Master General Colonel C. E. Bradley. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Bt.Lt. Colonel J. W. G. Dawkins, CB. R. Artillery, 7 Nov. 02. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Major K. A. Bramhall, Army Service Corps. 

Principal Medical Officer Lt.Colonel T. M. Cocker, M D. Royal Army Med. Corps. 

District Staff. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Captain G. Meynell, Shropshire Light Infantry, 19 Apr. 94. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Lt.Colonel V. H. Uorniblow, Royal Kngineers, 

Chief Ordnance Officer Major J. H. Hale, Army Ordnance Dept. 

District Paymaster Major J. r. Carter, Army Pay Department. 

Officer Commanding Militia Artillery Dist... 

CORK DISTRICT. 
8th Division. — Cork. 

Major Gbnebil Commanding Major Gen. Sir R. Pole-Carew, KCB. CVO. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. Hon. C. Douglas- Pennant, Coldstream Guards. 

Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Colonel Sir t£. A. \V. Johnson, Bart. 7 Sept. 02. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General ... p.s.c. Bt.Lt.Colonel P. J. R. Crampton, Hoyal Artillery. 
Principal Mtiical Officer Colonel C. H. Swayne, DSO. Royal Army' Medical Corps. 



*oo Staff at Home. 

District Staff. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Bt.Lt.Colonel W. B. Hickie, Royal Fusiliers. 

Deputy Assist. Adjutant Gen. for Musketry.. 

Commanding Royal Artillery {Col. on Staff) Colonel G. D. Fanshawe, 2 Aug. 02. 

Staff Officer, lioyal Artillery Captain R. B. Fife, Royal Artillery, 3 Mar. 04. 

Commanding Royal Engineers {Colonel »»)„ , , „ „,. t. , ^ 

the Staff) 1 Colonel R. Thompson, Royal Engineers. 

Commanding Army Service Carps Colonel F. W. B. Koe, Army Service Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer 

District Paymaster Major G. It. B. Patten, Army Pay Department. 

EASTERN COMMAND. 

Commander General P. S. Lord Methuen, GCB. KCVO. CMG. [R]. 

Assistant Military Secretary and Aide de Camp Major VV. A. Tilney, 17 Lancers, 13 June 04. 
Aide de Camv I Iiieut- So "- ^- F - Hepburn- Stuart-Forbes-Trafusis, Irish Guards, 

™ j 6 June 04. 

Chief Staff Officer (Brig. Gen. on the Staff) ... 

Assistant Quarter Master p.s.c. Colonel T. D'O. Snow, 2 June 03. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General ... p.s.c. Bt.Lt.Colonel H. Chance, Royal Artillery. 

. p.s.c. Lt.Colonel A. G. Huntsr-West< n DSO. Royal Engineers, 
I : Sept. 04. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals I*** ^Tlf **■ G. Pratt, »SO. Durham Light Inf. 3 Feb. 03. 

* J J {tor Musketry.) 

\ Major E. F. O. Gascoigue, DSO. Grenadier Guards, 3 Feb. 03. 
' (For Muske'ry.) 
•Commanding Royal Artillery {Major General) Maior General J. Leach KCVO., Royal Artillery, Woolwich, 

on the Staff) j 18 Apr. 04. 

Urigade Major p.s.c. Major H. L. Tennint. Royal Artillery, Woolwich, 3 Feb. 04. 

Staff Officer Royal Artil'ery Colonel E. B. Coke, C CO. 

Commanding Royal Engineers {Colonel on the) 

Staff) ; 

Staff Officer', Royal En lineers Major C. H. Enthoven, Royal Engineers. 

Director of Supplies and Transport Colonel F. F. Johnson. CB. 1 Apr. oj. 

Assistant Director of Supplies mi I Transport Major F. P. S. Taylor, Army Service Corps, 1 Apr. 03. 
Principal Medical Officer Surg.General W. J. Charlton, 1 Nov. 03. 

Staff Officer to Principal Medical Officer { L e^T 1 "' J> S " Siu1I>son - MB - CJ/(? ' Ro - val Army Medical 

Chief Ordnance Officer 

Principal Veterinary Officer Veterinary Colonel W. B. Walters. CB. (retired) Woolwich. 

Chief Paymaster Colonel G. Devvar, Army Pay Department. 

HOME DISTRICT.— 9 ih (Foot Guards) Brigade. 

M. ,„„ n„„„ n .. „ . ,„ f Major General L. J. Oliphaut, CVO. CB. (also commands 

ajob Genkhal Commanding • ,i ■ 1 \ T 

(. Brigade), 1 Jan. 03. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. Hon. M. B. Parker, Grenadier Guards. 

Brigade Major Captain M. Earle, DSO. Grenadier Guards. 1 Jan. 04. 

District Stafl. 

Commanding Royal Engineer (Colonel on the j Colone , w pitt; IO Se(jt Q2 

Assistant Adjutant General. Colonel F. C. Ricardo, CVO. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General 

Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. for Instruction 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General for I 

Musketry ) 

Commanding Volunteer Artillery District ... 

Officer Commanding Army Service Corps Lt Colonel A. J. Erskine, Army Service Corps. 

.Chief Ordnance Officer Major C. Hall, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel A. T. Sloggett, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Chief Recruiting Staff Officer Colonel H. A. Walsh, 20 Oct. 04. 

1 Major W. R. Inglis, Norfolk Regiment, 14 May 00. Strafford. 
Recruiting StaJ Officers (Class IT.) ■) Lt.Colonel G. F. Ottley, DSO. h.p. 20 July 00. 

! Captain H. F. Dawson, Royal Artillery, 8 Aug. 00. 

/ Lt..Colonel J. Hector, MB. retired pay. 

\ Lt.Colonel H. W. A. Mackiunon, DSO. retired pay. 

,, .. 1 no; r u i- r. 4- /Lt.Colonel L. A. Irving, retired pay. 

3-ledical Officer* tor Itecruitmn Duties < Ti n i i tt r.\ 1 .1 mrr. «*- ~a „ 

^^ " J n "\ Lt.Colonel H. Charlesworth, CMG. retired pay. 

/Lt.Colonel E. J. Fairland, retired pay. 

' Colonel F. Howard, MD. retired pay. 

EASTERN DISTRICT. 

10th. Division and 19th Brigade. — Head Quarters, Colchester. 

Majob Genebal Commanding Major General A. S Wynne, CB. 12 Mar. 04. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. L. N. Jones-Bateman, Noifolk Regiment, 8 Dec. 03. 

Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Colonel W. G. Crole-Wyndham, CB. 7 Sept. 02. 

Deputy Assistant Quartermaster General Bt.MajorO. Stirling, Royal Artillery. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Bt. Major F. B. Maurice, Sherwood Foresters, 7.0 Feb. 04. 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel W. ts. Slaughter, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

District Stafl. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General 

Commandino R. Art. (Colonel on the Staff)... 

■Commpiiiig Royal Engineer (Colonel on the j Bt-Colonel W- A B- St . piair, Royal Engineers 

Colonel on the Staff (for Cavalry Brigade)... 

■Officer Comn.andina Army Service Corps Bt. Colonel G. Stanley, CB. Army Service Corps. 

■Chief Ordnance Offfcr Lt.Colonel H. V". Perrv, Royal Artiilery. 

District Paymaster Colo.iel E. R. Reid, DSO. 



Staff at Home. 101 

THAMES DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Chatham. 

JJajob Gbnebal Commanding „ Y& p.s.c. Sir R. C. Hart, KCVO. ECS. Royal En?. 9 Dec. 02. 

Aide de Camp Captain T. Bruce, Royal Artilleiy. 

Commanding R. Art. ( Colonel on the Staff) ... Colonel H. Barron, 1 Oct. 00. 

Commanding Royal Engineer {Colonel on thej Co]onel T _ FeTTOtt) CB _ „ Aug _ ^ ,^„ !; ,. )- 

Assistant Adjutant General p.s.e. Colonel Chas. St. Leger Barter, CB. Cl'O. 6 Sept. 02. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General 

Deputy Assistant Quarter blaster General ... 

Staff Captain, Royal Artillery Bt. Major F. R. Patch, Ro3~al Artillery. 

Commanding Militia and Volunteer Artillery Lt.Colonel H. O. Piers, Royal Garrison Arti'lery. Woolwich. 

Officer Commanding Army Service Corps Major It. R. C. Paul, CMG. 

Chief Ordnance Officer p.a.c. Major J. C. Thorp, Royal Artillery. 

District Paymaster Colonel J. G. Hamilton, retired pay. 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel E. H. Fenn, CIE. Roj-al Army Medical Corps. 

WOOLWICH DISTRICT. 

Uajob General Commanding Major General Sir J. Leach, KCVO. Royal Artillery, i3 Apr. 04. 

Aide de Camp Captain H. D. O. Ward, Royal Artillery, :4 July 04. 

Colonel on the Staff" (Com. Royal Artillery)... Colonel E. B. Ccke, CYO. 7 Dot. 03. 

Commanding Royal Engineer p.s.c. Lt. Colonel H. D. Laffan, Royal Engineers. 

Assistant Adjutant General 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General j> s.c. M ijor C. H. de Rougemont, MVO. DSO. r Oct. 03. 

Brigade Major Royal Artillery p.s.c. Majur H. L. Tennant, Royal Artillery, 3 Feb. 04. 

Commanding Militia and Volunteer Artillery Lt, Colonel H. O. Piers, Roval Artillery. iVoolwieh. 

Officer Commanding Army Service Corps Colonel T. J. O'Dell, CMG. irmv Service Corps. 

District Paymaster ... Colonel T. Bell, ret. Army Pay Dep trtment. 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel E.-H. Fenn, CIE. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

District Veterinary Officer 



Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. (for Supply Inspection) Colonel A. VV. Collard. Woolwich Dockyard. 

Assistant Director of Supplies Major C. M. Ryan, DSO. Army Setwice Corps, 1 Nov. 03, 

Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. (for Transport Duties) Colonel R. A. Nugent, CB. 1 Apr. 03. Woolwich Arsenal. 



DISTRICT COMMANDS (England, Scotland and Wales). 

NORTH EASTERN DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Yuri: 

Brigadier (jknekal Coumandikg Sir H. M. L. Rundle, ECU. KCMG. DSO. Roy. Artillery, 10 Nov. 03. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. Hon. G. H. Douglas-Pennant, Grenadier Guards. 

Commanding R. Art. (Colonel on the Staff)... Colonel W. L. Davidson, CB. 1 Oct. 01. 
Commanding Royal Engineer (Colonel on the I Colme] j E Blackburn 10 Nov . 

Staff) ) J 

Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Colonel Hon. J. E. Lindley, 14 Nov. 03. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals J £.'•.„ M , a J'' r ft,,?" Symond* Royal Art ,3 Nov. 01 (temp.). 

y * ' (.Major A. I'. Miller. DSO. 2 Dragoons, 6 Oct. 03. 

Deputy Asrist. Adjt. General (for Musketry) Major R. Wanless-O'Gowan, Scottish RiHes, 15 Dec. 03. 
Director of Supplies and Transport Colonel M. E. R. Rainsford, CB. 

Recruiting Staff Officers (Class II.) * ^ a P tain T A w^ B S Ckle ' *.■ ^afford Regiment, ,3 Dec. 00. Sheffield. 

J M •" * ' (. Major J. W. G. Roy, 1 Aor. 03. Leeds. 

Staff Captain, Royal Artillery Bt. Major W. R. N. Madocks, Royal Artillery, 15 Jan. 03. 

Commanding Militia and Volunteer Artillery Lt. Colonel H. M. Slater, Royal Garrison Art. Scarborough. 

Officer Commanding Army Service Corps Ht. Colonel A. G. Hipwell, CB. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Major E. T. Stanley, Army Ordnance Dept. 

District Paymaster Colonel F. M. Maycock, Army Pay Dept. 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel Matthew D. O'Connell, MD. Royal Army Med. Corps. 

NORTH WESTERN DISTRICT— Head Quarters, Chester. 

Major General Commanding Sir F. Howard, ECB. CMG. 29 Apr. 04 

Aide de Camv Captain Hon. H. Dawnay, DSO. Rifle Brigade, 29 Apr. 04. 

Commanding Royal Artillery 

Commanding Royal Engineer (Colonel on ^} 0olonelW . F . H . Stafford, CB. Royal Engineers. 

Assistant Adjutant General p.* c. Col. E. R. Courtenay (from Regimental District), 8 Oct. 01. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Captain B. FitzG. M. Wood, DSO. Devonshire Regt. 25 Feb. 04. 

District Inspector of Musketry 

/Ma,]' jr H. J. Bowman, Derby Regt. 2 June 02. Manchester. 
■d„.~., •/•„„ <u it run tm rr\ ' Major W. W. Booth, DSO. East Kent Regt. Birmingham. 

Recruihng Staff Officers (Class II.) ", Qu Lter Master T. Batchelor, Royai Lancaster Regiment, 

(, 1 Apr. 04. Liverpool. 

Staff Captain for Musketry p.s.e.Captain E. Pearce-Serocold, King's R. Rifle Corps.ao Aug.03. 

Staff Captain,' Royal Artillery Captain A. A. McHardy, DSO. Royal Artillery. 

Commanding Militia and Volunteer Artillery Lt.ColonelJ.de W. Ijnrdner-Clarke, R. Garrison Art. Seaforth. 

Officer Commanding Army Service Corvs Major A. L. Caldwell, Army Service Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Major H. S. Langhorne, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Colonel J. D. Lysaght, Army Pay Department. 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel A. W. Duke, MD. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Medical Officer jor Recruiting Lt. Colonel E. V. MacSwiney, MD. ret. pay. 



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102 Staffed Home. 

SCOTTISH DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Edinburgh. 

Lieut. General Commanding Lieut. General Sir C. Tucker, KCB. 

Aides de Camp * Capt - J " B y ron ' Ro J' al Artillery, 3 Nov. 03. 

r ' Captain J. M. McLaren, Gordon Highlanders, 16 Dec. 03. 

Assistant Adjutant General ( ?■'■"• Colonel E : A - W - S - Grove > CB - < from h "P" West Keat 

(. Regiment) 1 Apr. 02. 
Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. and also for Instruction p.s.e. Capt.F.C.Dundas, Argyll & Sutherland Highrs.n Jan.oo. 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant Gen. for Musketry p.s.e. Captain C. W. Pearless, S. Wales Borderers, 17 Sept. 03. 
District Inspector of Musketry 

("Captain R. J.Boddy.Qr. Mr. R. Scots Fus. 9 June 02. Edinburgh 
Becruiting Staff Officers (Class II.) 1 Captain D. Fiulayson, Qr. Mr. Highland Light Infantry, 

(. 2u Ju'y 03. Glasgow. 
Commanding Eoyal Artillery (Cohen the Staff) ColoneiG. J. Lord Playfair, 25 Apr. 03. 

Staff Captain Eoyal Artillery Captain F. A. Wilson, DSO. Royal Artillery, it June 04. 

Commanding lioyal Engineer (Colonel on the ) n , _ , r> T tt • 1 /-id \„~ 

Staff) \ Colonel R. L. Hippisley, CB. 10 Aug. 04. 

Director of Supplies and Transport Bt.Cilonel L. A. Hop3, CB. AOC. Army Service Corps. 

Commanding Militia and Volunteer Artillery ... \ Lt.0olonel T. W. Powles. Leith Fort. 
a " \ Li. Colonel A. B. Purvis. Aberdeen. 

Officer Commanding Army Service Corps Major A. E. Buckle. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt.Col >nel P. G. Parkinson, Army Ordn>ance Dept. 

District Paymaster Colonel J. A. R. Bell. 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel G A. Hughes, .1X5. DSO. Rjyal Army Medical Corps. 

CHANNEL ISLANDS. 
GUERNSEY AND ALDERNEY DISTRICT. 

Lieut. Goveenoe and Commanding the Teoops Major General B. B. D. Campbell, CVO. CB 1 Apr. 03. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Colonel H. Alexander, DSO. 

Commanding lioyal Artillery B'.Colonel W. C. Huute'-Blah - , Royal Garrison Artillery. 

Commanding Eoyal Engineer Colonel G. E. Shatfi, Royal Engineers. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Captain U. C. W. Godfray, Royal Artillery. 

District Paymaster Major R. W. P. Lod«ick, Army Pay Department. 

Senior Medical Officer Lt. Colonel R. H. Robinson, retired pay. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Major C. W. P. Keyes, Army Service Corps. 

JERSEY DISTRICT. 

Lieut.Govebnoe and Commanding the Tuoops... Major General H. S. Gough, CB. CMG. 14 Vov. 00. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p s.c. Lt. Colonel £1. St. L. Wood, DSO. 22 Feb. 04. 

Commanding Eoyal Artillery Major W. W. Griffin, R yal Artillery. 

Commanding Eoyal Engineer Bt.C^lonel "W. D. Lindley, Royal Engineers. 

Commanding Army Service CorjJS Major D Grant (Reserve). 

Chief Ordnance Officer Captain P. Langlands, West India Regiment 

District Paymaster Maior R. W. P. Lodwick. Army Pay Department. 

Senior Medical Officer Lt.Colonel W. J. Macnamara, MD. Royal Army Medical Corps. 



STAFF IN AFRICA. 

Sigh Commissioner for South Africa St. Hon. Alfred Visct. Milner, GCB. GCMG. 

Military Secretary Major J. Deane, CMG. Royal Highlanders, 1 Apr. 04. 

Aides de Camp | Ueoi. Lgrd H Seymour, Grenadier Guards, 1 Jan. 03. 

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. 

Governor and Commander in Chief of the Cape of) Son _ Sir w F _ Hely-Hutchinson, GCMG. Cape Town. 
Good Hope and its Dependencies ) 

Military Secretary 

... ( Captain W. A. Gordon, 6 Bn. "Worcester Regiment, 22 Mar. 01. 

Aides de Camp t Captain J. I. Lutley, 5 Bn. Worcester Regt. 20 July 02 (extra) . 

NATAL (comprising Natal and Zululand). 

Governor and Commander in Chief Col. Sir Hy. Edw. M'Callum,GCJi"(?. A. B.C. R. Eng. Maritzburg, 

... . _ ("Major H. E. Walter, ret. pay (Eeseroe), 20 Apr. 01. 

Aides de Camp ( Captain W. M. C. Du Q. Caillard, 7 Dragoon Guards, 22 Apr. 03. 

TRANSVAAL and ORANGE RIVER COLONY. 

Governor and Commander in Chief El. Hon. Alfred Visct. Milner, GCB. GCMG. 

Military Secretary Major J. Deane, CMG. Royal Highlanders, 1 Apr. 04 

Aides de Camp | Lieut. Lord H. C. Seymour, Grenadier Guards, 1 Jan. 03. 

,. . . „ (Hon. Sir A. Lawley, KCMG. Pretoria. 

Lieutenant Governors £ gjr H j Goold . AdamSi KCMG. CB. Bloemfontein. 

. . , , „ <" Captain R. "W. Hare, DSO. Norfolk Regiment. 

Aides de Camp | Bt.Major P. G. A. Cox, Rifle Brigade (extra). 



Staff in Africa. 103 

FORCES IN SOUTH AFRICA. 

Lieutenant Genera! Commanding the Forces Lt. General Sir H. J. T. Hildyard. KCB. 19 Mar. 04. 

Assistant Military Secretary Bt.Lt. Colonel R. A.. Browne, Border Regiment. 

a -j** Jo r ran f Captain R. J. T. Hildyard, Royal West Kent Regiment. 

Aiaes ae \.amp ^ LieuU Sg ^ w< c w Egerfc011) , Dragoons, 16 May 04. 

TRANSVAAL AND ORANGE RIVER COLONY. 

Chief Staff Officer p.j.c.ColonelH. B. Jeffreys, CB.(witk rank of Brig. Gen.) 2 Jan. 04, 

Assistant Adjutant General Colonel T. P. B. Ternan, CMG. DSO. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals { Bt - Ma J° r E - W - Margesson, Norfolk Regiment. 

Deputy Assistant Qr. Mr. General Major T. H. Shoubridge, DSO. Northumberland Fus. 24 June 02. 

Dep. Assist. Qr. Master Gen. for Intelligence Bt.Major R. H. Massie, Royal Artillery, 12 Sept. 02. 

Deputy Judge Advocate General 

Officer Commanding Boyal Artillery Colonel J. Hotham, 9 June 03. 

Brigade Major Boyal Artillery Major J. G. Rotton, Royal Artillery, 31 Oct. 03. 

Commanding Soyal Engineers p.s.c. Colonel W. Peacocke, CMG. 

Staff Officer Captain A. H. Tyler, Royal Engineers. 

Inspector General Mounted Infantry 

Aide de Camp 

Director of Supplies and Transport Colonel G. P. Bourcicault, 2 Feb. 04. 

Assistant Director of Supplies Major St. J. W. T. Parker, Army Service Corps, 15 July 04. 

Assistant Director of Transport Major A. Long, DSO. Army Service Corps. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Lt. Colonel F. B. Buist, Army Service Corps (Transvaal) . 

Principal Medical Officer Surg.General J. D. Edge, MD. CB. 

Staff Officer Major H. J. M. Buist, MB. DSO. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Bt.Colonel R. W. M. Jackson, CMG. Army Ordnanc9 Dept. 

Principal Veterinary Officer Vety. Lt.Colonel F. Smith, CMG. 

Staff Officer to Principal Vety. Officer Major F. Eassie, DSO. Army Vety. Dept. 

Chief Paymaster Lt.Oolonel J. S. Gaussen, Army Pay Department. 

Transvaal District. 

Maior General <p.»-c. Colonel T. E. Stephenson, CB. (with rank of Major Gen.) 

\ i6Mayo4. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. G. W. Howard, DSO. Essex Regiment. 

Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Lt.Col. B, R. Mitford, DSO. East Surrey Regt. 24 June 02. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General Bt.Major C. E. Corkran, Grenadier Guards, 11 Feb. 03. 

Staff Cavtain /Captain J. H. A. Annesley, DSO. 3 Dragoon Guards. Pretoria 

•" ' \ Sub-District. 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel W. W. Kenny, M.B. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt.Colonel R. H. B. Taylor, Army Ordnance Department. 

Potchefstroom Sub-District. 

Colonel on the Staff i p.s.c. Colonel J. F. Burn-Murdoch, CB. (with rank of Brig. Gen.) 

■V I 16 May 04. 

Staff Captain Major C. Gosling, King's Royal Rifle Corps. 

Middelburg Sub-District. 

Colonel on Staff { Colonel W. R. Kenyon Slaney, 4 Sept, 02 (with rank of Brigadier 

■" \ General). 

Staff Captain Major E. Layton, DSO. West Yorkshire Regiment, 17 Aug. 04. 

Standerton Sub-District. 

Brigadier General 

Aide de Camp 

Staff Captain Captain C. E. Higginbotham, Northampton Regiment. 

Harrismith and Natal Sub-District. 

Colonel on the Staff [with rank of Brig. General) Col. C. J. Blomfleld, CB. DSO, Lancashire Fusiliers, 16 May 04. 

Staff Captain Captain J. H. Hall, Middlesex Regiment, 1 Sept. 03. 

Commanding Boyal Engineer 

Commanding Army Service Corps Major J. S. Moore, Army Service Corps. 

Principal Medical Officer 

Chief Ordnance Officer Captain L. C. G. Tufnell, East Surrey Regiment. 

District Paymaster Captain A. B. Nolan, Army Pay Department. 

Orange River Colony District. 

Major General p.s.c. Colonel R. G. Broadwood, CB. A.D.C. 16 May 04. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. E. H. Bonham, 2 Dragoons, 16 May 04. 

Assistant Quarter Master General Colonel R. F. Lindsell, CB. Gloucester Regiment. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Major C. Moss, Gloucester Regiment. 

Y. h ''f°" ina ' ,ce Officer Major W. T. Davies, Armv Ordnance Department. 

Officer Commanding Army Service Corps p.s.c. Major R. H. L. Warner, Army Service Corps. 

Kroonstad Sub-District. 
Colonel on the Staff 



104 Staff in Africa. 

CAPE COLONY DISTRICT. 

Major General E. S. Brook, CB. May 04. 

Aided? Camp 

Assistant Quarter Master General Colonel C. F. N. Macready, Gord. Hndrs. 9 Oct. 02. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Major S. C. Sutton, Coldstream Guards, 16 Mar. 03. 

ti„„„/„ a „■„.» t r, 1 Tir j n „ 7 ! p.s.c. Captain A. Blair, DSO. King's Own Scott. Bord. 10 Sept. 02. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master Generals j fjaptain^. W. Robinson, Royal Artillery, 1 Sept. 02. 

Commanding Moyal Engineer (Colonel on Staff) ... Colonel C. Hoskyns. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Bt. Colonel G. O. Welch, Army Service Corps. 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel J. C. Dorman, MB. CMG. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Major C. W. Tribe, Army Ordnance Dept. 

Chief Pay mutter , Colonel S. S. C. Dolby, Army Pay Department. 

Senior Veterinary Officer Vety. Major R. W. Raymond, Army Veterinary Department. 



SOMALILAND PROTECTORATE. 

Commissioner, Commander in Chief, and C nisul) „. T . « , ™ r m a ___ 1 , -o • n 1 t„,v „ 1,.™™ 

General 1 Bt.Lt.C01. E. J. F. Swayne, late Brig. General, Indian Army. 

Special Service Officers. 

Captain H. D. Foulkes, Soyal Artillery 7 July 03 I Lieut. J. G. E. Craik, Seaforth Highlanders. ..28 Aug. 03 

Captain G. M. Malloy, Indian Army 5 Oct. 03 Lieut. J. G. Lyons, Indian Army 14 Jan. 04 

Lieut. H. H. Syer, Indian Army 14 Jan. 03 | Lieut P. C. Hampe-"Vincent. Indian Army ...23 Jan. 04 



SAINT HELENA. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Lt.Colonel H. L. Gallwey, CMG. DSO. James Town. 

Commanding Troops 

Garrison Adjutant Lieut. H. St. J. L. Winterbotham, Royal Engineers. 

Commanding Royal Artillery Major W. H. Robinson, Royal Garrison Artillery. 

Commanding Moyal Engineer Major G. H. Paske, Royal Engineers. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Captain H. G. F. S. Gregson, East Kent Regiment. 

District Paymaster 

Commanding Army Service Corps Quarter Master (Hon. Lieut.) C. W. Stott, Army Service Corps. 

Senior Medical Officer Major C. E. G. Stalkartt, MD. Royal Army Medical Corps. 



MAURITIUS. 

Governor and Commander in Ch\eJ Sir C. Boyle, KCMG. Port Louis. 

Aides de Camp 1 

Colonel on the Staff Colonel C. T. E. Metcalfe, CB. 7 Nov. 02. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General p.s.c. Major W. C. Bridge, South Staffordshire Regiment. 

Commanding Boyal Artillery p.s.c. Bt.Colonel J. Adye, CB. Royal Garrison Artillery. 

Commanding Eoyal Engineer Lt.Colonel F. M. Glubb, Royal Engineers. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Major R. G. Mathew, Army Service Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Captain H. S. Bush, Royal West Kent Regiment. 

District Paymaster Major A. F. U. Cox, Army Pay Dept. 

Senior Medical Officer Lt.Colonel E. North, Royal Army Medical Corps. 



GAMBIA. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir G. C. Denton, KCMG. 

Aide de Camp Captain L. F. Scott, Oxford Light Infantry, 22 Nov. 02. 



GOLD COAST COLONY. 

Governor and Commander in Chief J. P. Rodger, Esq. CMG. 

Aide de Camp Captain T. C. Hincks, Royal Berkshire Regiment, 15 Jan. 04. 



COLONY OF LAGOS. 



Governor and Commander in Chief 
Aide de Camp 



NORTHERN NIGERIA. 

tt- , n ■ ■ 1 ui ,.„...„ ,| Lt.Col. Sir F. J. D. Lngard, KCMG. CB. DSO. (from h.p. 
Migli Commissioner (with rank of Brigadier Gen.) j N orfolk Rest ) 



Staff in Africa. 105 



SOUTHERN NIGERIA. 
High Commissioner W. Egerton, Esq., CMG. 



SIERRA LEONE. 

Governor and Commander in Chief L. Probyn, CMG. 

Aide de Camp 

Colonel on the Staff Colonel F. J. Graves, 20 Sept. 02. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Captain F. L. Blosse, West India Regiment. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General p.s.c. Major R. W. Thompson, DSO. North Lancashire Regt. 

Commanding Royal A rtillery 

Commanding Eoyal Engineer Major S. C. Babington, Royal Engineers. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Major P. C. .T. Scott, Armv Service Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer p.s.c. Major P. A. Bainbridge Army Ordnance Dept. 

District ~P ay matter Captain S. M. Binny, Army Pay Dept. 

Senior Medical Officer L'.Colonel C. R. Ba'rtlett, Royal Army Medical Corps. 



UGANDA. 

Commitsioner and Commander in Chief Lt. Colonel J. H. Sadler, CB. 



EGYPT, FORCE IN. 

Major Genera' Major General J. R. Slade, CB. Royal Artillery. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. Hon. A. F. Stanley, 1 Life Guards, 23 Aug. 04. 

Assistant Adjutant General 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General f M ? ior /V H f C ; Kenney-Herbert, Northampton Regt. 21 Fe'j.oi 

' * •' £ {and for Instruction). 

Garrison Adjutant 

Staff Captain Captain T. E. Bayley, 20 Hussars. 

Commanding Royal Artillery Bt.Lt.Colonel G. F. VV. St. John, Royal Garrison Artillery. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Bf. Colonel L. B. Friend, Royal Engineers. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt.Colonel G. R. Atkinson. Army Ordnance Department 

Commanding Army Service Corps Bt. Colonel C. Rawnsley, DSO. Army Service Corps. 

District Paymaster Colonel T. S. Coppinser, Army Pay Department. 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel W. A. May, CB. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Senior Veterinary Officer Veterinary Major K. J. Lawson. 

Garrison of Alexandria. 

Colonel on the Slaffi. p.s.c. Colonel G. M. Bullock. CB. (with rank of Brig. General). 

Depufi/ Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Major E. R. O. Ludlow, Army Service Corps. 

StafCapfain 

Commanding Royal Engineer 

Chief Ordnance Officer Major A. Mnckenzie-Pendrill, X. Staffordshire Regiment. 



EUROPE. 

GIBRALTAR. 

a ,„ ; r, „,„,„„ ?„■ ;„ Chief i V® Fiel(1 Marshal Sir G. S. White, GCB. GCSI. GCMG. GCIE. 

Governor and Commander in Chief ■( gcro GoT(]on Highlanders, 6 July 00. 

Assistant Military Secretary .. Major Q. C. K. .Agnew, DSO. Manchester 

., , r f Captain I. B. F. Currie, Royal Artillerv, Regiment. 

Ataet ae Lamp ^ Captain J. R. White, DSO. Gordon Highlanders, 13 Nov. 00. 

C immanding Infantry Brigade Major General A. G. Raper, CVO. 25 Mar. 02. 

Aide de Camp Captain L. R. Beadon, Army Service Corps. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Major O. H. Pedley, Northumberland Fusiliers, 1 Apr. 03. 

Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Colonel R. J. F. Banfield, CB. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Major W. S. Bannatyne, Liverpool Regiment, n Apr. 03. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General p.s.c. Captain F. F. Ready, DSO. Royal Berkshire Regiment. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General and Deputy ~) 
Assistant Adjutant General for Instruction ) 

^ZTt'lfff ^.TL ArH ^ r i}^Z. 6e ^\° n } Ma J' or GeneraI J - F - Bal1 ^ CV0 - R °y al Artillery. i 7 Apr. 02. 

Brigade Major, Royal Artillery p.s.c. Maior A. B. N. Churchill, Royal Artillery, 25 Oct. o\. 

Commanding Royal Engineer (Col. on'the Staff) ... Colonel C. Wilkinson, 25 Apr. 03. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Colonel H. W. Barrett, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Colonel J. E. Kitson, Army Pay Department. 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel J. McNamara, MD. 

Garrison Adjutant and Quarter Master Richard Frederick Rankin, 1 15 Ang. 89 ; Hon. Major. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Bt.Colonel F. A. Lo P. Trench, CB. Army Service Corps. 

1 Major Rankin served in the Ashanti war in 1873-74 ar >d was present in the actions of Amoaful and Quaman Dah 
and at the capture of Coomassie (Medal with Clasp). 



io6 Staff Abroad. 



MALTA. 

Governor and Commander in Chief (with rank of ( General Sir c M clark m QCB &c y 2 g M 

General) '. J 

Assistant Military Secretary Major A. E. A. Batcher, MVO. DSO. Royal Artillery, 26 Mar.03. 

... . r /Captain C. H. G. M. Clarke, Ride Brigade, 26 Mar. 03. 

Aiaes ae Lamp \ Lieut. A. E. Watcs-Russell, Coldstream Guards, 9 Oct. 04. 

„, . , . ., . n I Lt.Colonel N. Grech-Biancardi, MVO. Bang's Own Malta Militia, 

Colonial Aide de Camp i . ' ° ' 

Chief Staff Officer p.s.c. Colonel C. E. Beckett, C.B. 16 July 04. 

Commanding Infantry Brigade Major General Sir W. F. Kelly, KCB. 8 May 03 

Aide de Camp Captain A. E. Glasgow, Royal Sussex Regiment, 3 July 04. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Captain K.F.Uuiacke,RoyalInniskilling Fusiliers,i3 Jan. 04. 

Staff Captain Captain H. McMicking, DSO. Royal Scots, 10 Feb. 03. 

Deputy Adjutant General 

Assistant Adjutant General 

Assistant Adjutant General for Instruction 

_ . . , 1 .,■ , * a 1 f m. «. t-. Captain G. C. W. G. Hall, Yorkshire Light Infantrv. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals i Major E. L. Engleheart, Royal Welsh Fusiliels. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Gen. for Instruction... 
. . . . -. , -,', , „ , ( v.s.c. Colonel H. T. Hughes-liallett (from h.p. Middlesex Regi- 

Assistant Quarter Master General |_ ment), 29 Dec. 99. . 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General ^j.s.e. Major G. C. Knight, N. Lancashire Regiment, 14 Sept. 04. 

Commanding Royal Artillery Major General H. Barron, 20 Sept. 04. 

Brigade Major, Royal Artillery p.s.c. Captain R. H. Hare, DSO. Boyal Artillery, 20 Feb. 04. 

Commanding M'lyal Engineer (Vol. on the Staff) ... Colonel J. W. Sill, 29 Oct. 04. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Colonel W. G. Collingwood, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Colonel R. R. B. Ternan, Army Bay Department. 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel W. O. Wolseley, Royal Army Medical Corps. 

Director of Supplies and Transport Colonel S. H. Winter, 1 Apr. 03. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Major W. G. B. Boyce, DSO. Army Service Corps. 



CYPRUS. 

Htgl Commissioner and Commander in Chief Sir William Frederick Haynes Smith, KCMG. Nicosia. 

Aide de Camp 



ASIA. 

INDIA. 

Viceroy and Governor General The Bt. Hon. George N. Baron Curzon of Kedleston, G3ISI. GMIE. 

Private Secretary 

Military Secretary (with rank of ^.) Major W . MacL . Campbell, Royal Highlanders. 

Colonel) J c " 

(Son. Major A. V. Poynter, DSO. (Eeserve). 

Aides de Camp <, Captain L. A. Jones-Mortimer, Somerset Light Infantry. 

(.Lieut. E. L. Popham, Indian Army. 

Surgeon 

/-.„ „„„ *„ n„wc C General H. H. Visct. Kitchener of Khartoum, GCB. OM. GCMG. Royal 

Commander IN Chief ^ Engineers, 28 Nov. o 2 .-Simla. 

Military Secretary p.s.c. Colonel H. I. Hamilton, DSO. A.D.C. 

(V€ Bt.Major F. A. Maxwell, DSO. 18 Bengal Lancers. 
Aides de Camp I p.s.c. Captain V. R. Brooke, DSO.g Lancers. 

(. Captain R. W. K. Barnes, DSO. 4 Hussars, 1 May 04. 

Adjutant General's Department at Head Quarters. 

Adjutant General p.s.c. Major General B. Duflf, CB. CIE. Indian Army, 30 June 03. 

Deputy Adjutant General Colonel 0. W. Park, A.D.C. 28 July 03. 

Assistant Adjutant General Bt.Lt.Colonel W. R. Birdwood, Indian Army, 1 Sept. 04. 

Assistant Adjutant General for Artillery in India. 
Colonel C. de C. Hamilton, 29 Nov. 03 

Assistant Adjutant General jor Musketry. 
Colonel C. L. Woollcjinbe (from King's Own Scottish Brdrs.), 20 Mayoi 



Assistant Adjutant General for Eoyal Engineers. 
Lt.Colonel J. A. Tanner, DSO. Royal Engineers, 1 July 03 



Deputy Assistant Adjutant General. 
Bt.Major A. H. Bingley, Indian Army, 26 Apr. 01 



Judge Advocate General in India. 
Major W. D. Thomson, Indian Army, 10 June 03. 



Staff Ah road. 107 

Asst. Judge Advocate General in India. 
Major A. J. Caruana, Indian Army, 20 May 02 

Quarteb Master General's Department at Head Quarters. 

Quarter Matter General Colonel H. C. Sclater, CB. (with rank of Major General), 3 May 04. 

Deputy Quarter Master General Colonel H. Mullaly, 29 Nov. 03. 

Assistant Quarter Master General 

t» 4 ■ j. /-, v /-. ,Tr 3 -?- j- >( J-i -C Major G. de S. Barrow, Indian Army, 1 1 Mar. o?. 
Dep.Amst.Qr. Mr. Gens. (Mobilization) ^ Majol . j£ (jowper, Indian Army, x 3 May o2.-Simla. 

1 Captain J. H. Lloyd, Indian Army, 20 Mar. 01. — Somaliland. 
Staff Captains for Mobilization i p.s.c. Captain C. W. G. Richardson, Indian Army, 20 Feb. 03. 

( i~£ BcMaior J. M. C. Colvin, Royal Engineers, 11 Apr. 03. 
Assistant Qr. Mr. Gen. Intell. Branch Major W. Mallesoa, Indian Army (with rank of Lt. Colonel), 14 Mar. 04. 

! Major C. Wanhss, South Lancashire Regiment, 6 Mar. 02. 
ilajor M. R. E. Ray, Indian Army, 8 Mar. 03. 
Major W. G. Walton, Indian Army, 29 Oct. 03. 
Captain A. S. Hamilton, Indian Army, 13 Mar. 04. 
Lt. Colonel H. C. Nanton, Royal Engineers, 17 July 03. 
J Major A. W. Warden, Indian Army, 12 Aug 00 (temp.). — Sim'a. 
/; i.e. Major J. M. Home, Indian Army, 1 Apr. 03. 
p.s.e. Major F. Rennick, Indian Army, 8 Mar. cj. 
j Captain A. B. Lindsay, Indian Army, 9 Mar. 04. 
(.Captain J. Campbell, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 23 Mar. 04. 
Inspector General of Artillery in India Major General L. W. Parsons, CB. 

Brigade Major Captain K. K. Knapp, Royal Art. 7 May 00. 

Inspector General of Cavalry in India... p.s.c. Major General D. Haig, C tS. CVO. 17 Lancers, 30 Oct. 03. 

Brigade Major < 'aptain H. J. M. Macandrew, USO. Indian Army, 16 Nov. 03. 

Inspector of Gymnasia in India Lt. Colonel N. J. Goodwyu, DSO. Devon Regiment, 19 May 04. 

Inspector General of Vol. in India Major General J. S. Collins, S Sept. 03. 

Brigade Major 

Principal Veterinary Officer in India ... Veterinary Colonel I. Matthews, CB. 

Director of Military Education in India. 
p.s.e. Colonel W. B. Capper, 4 Dec. C2. 

Principal Medical Officer, BZ. M.'s Forces in India. 
Surgeon General SirT. G. Gallwey, A. M.S., MD. KCMG. CB. Army Med. Staff, 22 Feb. 02 

Director General of Ordnance in India. 
Major General C. H. Scott, CB. Royal Artillery, 23 Mar. 02 



Director General of Military Work* 
Colonel H.W. Duperier (with rank of Major General), i3 Apr. 03 



Director General of Supply and Transport. 
Major General L. W. Christopher, CB. Indian Army 



Director General Indian Medical Service. 

Director Army Eemount Department. 
Lt.Colonel H. Goad, Indian Army, May 98 



Punjab. 

Lieutenant General Lt.General Sir Bindon Blood, KCB. 38 Oct. 01.— Murree. 

Assist. Military Second Aide deCamp Major C. P. Campbell, 18 Oct. 01. 

Aides de Camp /Captain W. S. Fraser, Indian Army, ,8 Oct. 01. 

I Captain R. L. Morris, Indian Army, 3 Apr. 00. 

Deputy Adjutant General (p.s.c. Colonel A. W. L. Bayly, CB. DSO. Indian Army [with rank of Briga- 

\ dier General), 21 Jan. 04. 

Assistant Quarter Matter General Colonel A. Masters, CB. Indian Army, 14 June 01 (officiating) . 

Assistant Adjutant General Colonel C. A. Anderson, CB. Royal Horse Artillery, 20 May 01. 

Dep. Assistant Quarter Master General Major A. B. H. Northcott, Royal Scotch Fusiliers, 15 Oct. 03. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General ... Major A. G. Medley, Indian Army, n Nov. 99. 

Dep. Assist. Adj. General for Musketry 

Colonel on the Staff, Boyul Artilleru\ «_,_„„, T , „ . , __ , 

(with rank of Brigadier General) j Colonel J - A ' Coxhcad, CB. 5 Apr. 04. 
Dep. Assist. Adj. General B. Artillery p.s.c. Captain H. L. N. Beynon, 8 Jan. 04 

Staff Officer, Boyul Engineers Captain C. Ainslie, Royal Engineers. 

Chief Engineer, Military Works 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon General A. S. Reid, MB. Indian Medical Service, 16 June 02. 

Inspecting Veterinary Officer Veterinary Lt.Colonel R. Pringle, DSO. 

Inspector of Army Siqnallinn ifort^ . . . ~ m . ~~~ ~ ,. . , - 

Punjab and Bengal Commands) S Ca P tain A - B - Whatman, DSO. Somerset Ltght Infantry, 1 Apr. 04. 
Assist. Inspector of Armu Signalling... 

Superintendent of Gymnasia Captain G. R. C. Stuart, East Lancashire Regiment, 4 Oct. 01. 

Assistant Judge Advocate General Major H. C. B. Dann, Indian Army, 20 Dec. 99. 

Chief Instructor Mounted Infantry Schools. 

Major W. C. Cox, Somerset Light Infantry 

Assistant Instructors Mounted Infantry Schools. 

Captain B. St. J. Clarkson, Dorset Regiment, 6 Oct. 01 

Captain M. Williamson, Indian Army 



Fibst Class Distbict Ccmmandebs. 

Commanding Meean Meer District p.s.c. Major General F. W. Kitchener, CB. 14 Nov. 02. 

Aidede Camp Captain G. B. Drew, Yorkshire Regiment, 7 Mar. 04. 

Commanding Peshawur District Maj.Gen. Sir E. G. Barrow, KCB. Indian Army, 1 Jan. 04, 

Aide de Camp 

Commanding Bawal Pindi District Major General J. H. Wodehouse, CB. CMG. Royal Artillery. 

Aide de Camp Lieut, T. P. Melville, South Wales Borderers, 7 Mar. 04. 



108 Staff" Abroad. 

Second Class District Commanders. 

p.s.c. Major General A. G. Creagh, CB Umbaila. 

Major General C. H. Des Vceux, CB. Indian Army, 14 Feb. 03 Kohat. 

Major General A. A. Pearson, Indian Army, 23 Jan. 04 Dera Ismail Kuan 

Colonel J. B. Woon, CB. Indian Army, 1 Apr." 03 {with rank of Brigadier General) ... Kohat. 

Colonels on the Staff. 

Colonel F. S. Gwatkin, CB. Indian Army, 1 July 02 [with rank of Brigadier General) Sialkot. 

Colonel H. M. Rose. DSO. Indian Army, 17 Jan. 02 Rawal Pindi. 

Colonel H. A. Abbott, CB. Indian Army, 25 Jan. 02 (with rank of Brigadier General) Ferozepore. 

ITffi Colonel R. B. Adams, CB. ADC. Indian Army, 4 Apr. 04 Nowshera. 

Colonel W. du G. Gray, CB. Indian Army, 18 July 04 Mooltan. 

V<K. Colonel F. J. Aylmer, u Aug. 04 Bannu and Tochi. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals. 

p.s.c. Colonel H. R. B. Donne, 5 Apr. 00 Lahore. 

p.s.c. Lr..Colonel II. E. Stanton, DSO. Royal Artillery, 30 May 02 Somaliland. 

Colonel F. S. L. Penno Sirhind. 

Lt. Colonel D. G. L. Shaw, Indian Army, 14 F._b. 01 (1 Nov. 00) Rawal Pindi. 

Colonel A. Phayre, Indian Army, 1 Feb- 04 Lahore. 

Colonel C. H. Westmoreland, Indian Army, 2 Feb. 04 Peshawur. 

p.s.c. Colonel J. L. Keir, 1 Sept. 04 Peshawur. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals. 

Bt.Lt. Colonel V. B. Fane, Indian Army, 1 Apr. 00. Derajat. 

Maior VV. L. Maxwell, Indian Army Sirhind. 

Major A. G. Peyton, Indian Army Pe-hawur. 

Major C. A. Fo.vler, Indian Army Kohat- Kurram Force. 

Major C. 0. Swa'iston, DSO. Indiau Army, 1 Apr. 00 Punjab Frontier Force. 

Major E. L. Sullivan, Indian Army, 27 Aug. 00 Derajat (temp.'', 

Bt.Major H. R. Blore, King's Royal Rifle Corps, 13 June 03 Rawal Pindi. 

Major B. R. K. Tarte, East Kent Regiment, 1 June 04 Peshawur. 

Major S. B. Urimston, Indian Army, 9 July 04 Rawal Pindi. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals for Instruction. 
p.s.c. Major W. Ewbmk, Royal Engineers, 3 Apr. 00 Kasauli. 

Brigade Majors. 

Major C. Bailey, Indian Army, 1 June 04' Derajat. 

Captain E. R. I. Chitty, Indian Army, 18 Sept. 00 Dera Ismail Khan. 

Captain A. Mudge, Royal We?t Surrey Regiment, 28 Mar. 03 Meean Meer. 

Bengal. 

Lieutenunt-General Major General Sir A. Gaselee, GCIE. KCB. Indian Army, Naini Tal. 

Assist. Mil. Sec: and A.D.C 

Aile de Camp Captain B. T. Poll, DSO. Royal West Surrey Regiment, 11 Nov. 02. 

Deputy Adjutant General Colonel G. F. Francis, Indian Army (with rank of Brig. Gen.), 4 Jan. 04. 

Assistant Quarter Master General Colonel M. H. S. Grover, Indian Army, 2/ Nov. 02. 

Dep. Assist. Quarter Master General p.s.c. Captain C. L. Nicholson, Yorkshire Regt. 24 Mar. 01 (1 Apr. co). 

Assistant Adjutant General Colonel J. B. Forster (from Irish Regiment), 19 Feb. 01. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General ... p.s.c. Major C. E. de M. Norie, DSO. Indian Army, 21 Apr. 04. 

Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. for Musketry ... Major W. S. Mardall, Indian Army, 30 Apr. 01. 

Deputy Judge Adoocaie General Major L. H. Reid, Indian Army, 11 tf'eh. 03. 

Colonel on the Staff. Royal Artillery ... p.s.c. Colonel J. S. S. Barker, CB. 15 June 04. 
Dep. Assist. Adj. Gens, for R. Artillery 

Inspector of Army Signalling Captain A. B. Whatman, DSO. Somersetshire Lt. Infantry, t April 04. 

Chief Engineer, Military Works Colonel S. Grant. 

Superintendent of Gymnasia Lieut. C. E. Hollins, LincDlnshire Regiment", 28 June ot. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon General W. T. Burnett, Royal Army Medical Corps, 12 Nov. 01. 

Inspecting Veterinary Officer Tety. Lt. Colonel R. Moore. 

Chief Inspector Mounted Infantry School. 
Major C. H. Kekewich, York and Lancaster Regiment, 1 Oct. 01. 

Fiest Class District Commanders. 

Commanding Lucknow District Major General Sir E. L. Elliot, KCB. DSO. Indian Army, 17 Nov. 03. 

Aide de Camp 

Commanding Meerut District Major General G. Henry, CB. Royal Engineers, 1 May 03. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. O. W. E. Bannerman, Indian Army, 1 Oct. 03. 

Second Class District Commanders. 

Colonel H. P. Leach, CB. DSO. 18 Feb. 00 (with rank of Brigadier General) Foit William. 

p.s.c. Colonel J. Spens, CB. (with rank of Brigadier General), Indian Army, j Allahabad. 

12 Aug. 00 -' 

Major General L. Dening, CB. DSO. Indian Army, 31 July 02 Jubbulpore. 

Major General A. R. Martin, CB. Indian Army 4 Jan. 04 Bareilly. 

Major Gen ral R. A. P. Clements, DSO. 1 Feb. 04 Agra. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals. 

psc ColonelH.B.Mortimer(fromh.p.N.StaffordshireEegl.), t6 0ct.99 Meerut. 

Coionel J. H. E. Heid, 14 June 01 0u ££" 

Colonel E. H. Molesworth, Indian Army, 1 Dec. 02 Oudh. 

Colonel H. S. Massy, CB. Indian Army, 31 May 04 j Mee ™'j- , 

p.s.c. Lt.Colonel W. G. Hamilton, DSO. 1 Sept. 04 - Nairn Tal. 



Staff Abroad. 109 



Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals, 

Major H. L. Roberts, Indian Army, i Nov. 99 Oude. 

Major G. W. Somerset, Indian Army, 30 Sept. 00 Assam. 

p.s.e. Major F. A. Dudgeon, South Lancashire Regiment, 1 Apr. 00 Rohilkhund. 

Captain W. D. Daunt, Indian Army, 17 Mar. 03 Meerut. 

Major L. T. Bowles, East Surrey Regiment, 26 Aug. 03 Bundelkhund. 

Captain J. A. Wilson, Indian Army, 15 Apr. 01 Narbudda. 

p.s.c. Major W. C. Knight, DSO. Indian Army, 31 May 04 Allahabad. 

Major W. B. James, Indian Army, 1 June 04 Rohilkhund. 

p.s.c. Major H. A. L. Tagart, DSO. 2 July 04 Presidency. 

p.s.c. Major L. W. P. East, DSO. Royal Artillery, 12 Sept. 04 Bundelkhund. 

Colonels on the Staff, 

Colonel Sir C. H. Leslie, Bart. CB. Indian Army, 1 Apr. 01 Cawnpore. 

Colonel H. N. McRae, CB. Indian Army, 21 Nov. 03 Delhi. 

Colonel H. S. Wheatley, Indian Army, 7 Mar. 04 Delhi. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals for Instruction, 
p.s.e. Major R. E. H. Dyer, Indian Army, 6 Mar. 01 Chakrata. 

Brigade Majors. 

Major J. F. Stewart, Indian Army, 1 June 04 Bundelkhund. 

Captain R. M. Ovens, South Staffordshire Regiment, 1 June 04 Lucknow. 

Captain F H. Pigou, Indian Army, 1 June 04 Meerut. 

Major L. W. Y. Campbell, Indian Army, 1 June 04 Fort William. 

Captain A. M. Perreau, Royal Artillery, 1 June 04 Cawnpore. 

Captain C. W. Crofton, North Staffordshire Regiment, 1 June 04 Fyzabad. 

Assistant Judge Advocate General. 

Madras. 

Lieutenant General LI. Gen. Sir C. C. Egerton, GCB. DSO. Iud. Army, Ootacamund, 1 June 04. 

Assist. Military Sec. andAide deCamp 

Aide de Camp 

Dep.Adjt.Gen.(Kifh rank of Brig.Gen.) Colonel F. H. Whitby, 21 Aug.oo. 

Assistant Quarter Master General p.s.c. V€ Colonel H.' Lysons, 23 July 04. 

Assistant Adjutant General 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General 

Dep. Assist. Adj. General for Musketry 

Dep. Assist. Adj. General for British ) T , r , , , „ r, . 

Army Schools. j Lt.Colonel C. Grant, 29 Apr. 01. 

Colonel on the Staff, Royal Artillery ) Colonel R. G. W. Hepburne, Royal Artillery, 16 Mar. 02 {Kith rank of 

(with rank of Brigadier General) j Brigadier General). 

Dep. Assist. Adj. General It. Artillery Captain H. N. Packard, Royal Artillery, 3 Jan. 02. 

Deputy Judge Adoocate General Lt.Colonel R. 0. Onslow, Indian Army, 6 Jan. 99. 

Chief Engineer, Military Works Colonel E. Blunt, 13 Feb. 04. 

Principal Medical Officer Surg.General G. W. R. Hay, MD. 26 May oo. 

Personal Asst. to Principal Med. Officer 

Superintendent of Gymnasia .' 

Inspecting Veterinary Officer Veterinary Lt.Colonel C. E. Nuthall. 

Instructors Mounted Infantry Schools, 
Bt.Major J. R. M. Marsh, Lincolnshire Regt. 16 Sep f . 01. | Captain T. S. Smith, West Riding Regt. 16 Sept. 01. 

Fiest Class District Commander. 
Commanding Seiunderabad District ... Major General Sir G. T. Pretyman, KCMG. CB. 7 Feb. 02. 
Aide de Camp Captain L. T. May, Indian Army, 16 Nov. 03. 

Sbcond Class District Commanders. 

Colonel F. H. Plowden, CB. [with rank of Briqadier General) Belgaum. 

Colonel E. O. P. Hamilton, CU. (with rank of Brigadier General) Wellington. 

Major General J. E. Nixon, CB. Indian Army, 1 May C3 Bangalore. 

Colonel B. T. Mahon, CB. DSO. (with rank of Brigadier General), 12 Apr. 04. Belgaum. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals. 

Colonel W. E. G. Forbes, CB. 28 July 02 Madras. 

Lt.Colonel I. Eanlley-Wilmot, Indian Army, 1 Sept. 04 Ootacamund. 

Bt.Major G. R. de H. Smith, Indian Army.' Madras. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals. 

Major J. M. Burt, Royal Artillery, 29 Mar. 02 Madras. 

!J a ior A. F. Randolph, Middlesex Regiment, 14 June 02 Belgaum. 

Captain K. do L. Faunce, Indian Army, 29 Oct. 02 Secunderabad. 

Major (J. H. R03, Royal Engineers, 1 June 04 Bangalore. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General for Instruction. 

Colonels on the Staff. 

Colonel V. A. Schalch, CB. Indian Array, 27 Nov. 02 Bellary. 

Colonel R. C. G. Mayne, CB. Indian Army, 27 June 04 Southern District. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Genera! for Musketry. 

Brigade Majors. 

V.s.e. Major T. E. Fowle, Bedfordshire Regiment, 1 June 04 Madras. 

Captain W. de L. Williams, DSO. Hampshire Regiment, 1 June 04 Belgaum. 

Captain W. N. Pike, East Yorkshire Regiment, 14 June 02 Bellary. 

Captain S. M. Rice, Indian Army, 1 June 04 Sirhind. 

Assistant Judge Adoocate General. 



no Staff Abroad. 

Burma. 

Lt. General (ist Class Dist. Comdr.).. D. J. S. McLeod, CB. DSO. Indian Army, 7 May 03. Maymyo. 

Aide de Camp Captain G. N. L. Labertouche, Indian Army, 26 Mar. 03. 

1 m tv / • 1 n 1 ( Major General A. G. F. Browne, CB. DSO. Indian Army, 26 Nor. 03 

2nd Class District Commander < ,i- , , ' ■" 

( Mandalay. 

Inspector of Army Signalling Captain R. C. Dundas, Royal Scots, 25 Aug. 02. 

Colonel Commanding Colonel E. B. M. Lavvford, Indian Army, 9 Aug. 02. 

Assistant Adjutant General Lt. Colonel E. R. J. Presgrave, DSO. Indian Army, 3 Jan. 02. 

("Major H. St. G. Thomas, Indian Army, 7 May 01. 
■n . .... . ,-,■ t „ 1 a„„„„ ;„ ) Captain E. W. Grimshaw, Indian Army, ,( Deo. 01. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals ... J. Ma ^ or F _ G . M _ Rowley; Middlesex Regiment, 21 Oct. 02. 

LMajor EC. W. Ilea, Royal Artillery, 1 Dec. 03. 

^Tmhi^^i^Tlfl^Z} Capfcain R - J - T ' Savi - Indian Arm y- ^° A ' 5r - oi - 

Brigade Major Captain C. H. D. Lyon Campbell, Royal Fusiliers, 14 Mar. 01. 

Assistant Judge Advocate General 

Bombay. 

Commanding the Forces Lt.General Sir A. Hunter, KCB. DSO. Poona. 

Assist. Mil. Second Aide de Camp p.s.c.St. Lt Colonel A. W. Money, Royal Artillery, 26 Jan. 04. 
Aide de Camp Captain N. G. Fraser, Indian Army, 6 Aug. 04. 

DePU \ A Br%adier ten^l^.^.^P- 8 - - Colonel R " M - Greenfield (with rank of Brigadier General), 7 Dec. 02. 

Assistant Quarter Master General p.s.c. Colonel F. W. Bromfield. [24 July 99. 

Assistant Adjutant General Colonel A. W. Proudfoot, Indian Army (with rank of Brigadier General), 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant. General Captain B. R. St. G. Holbrook, W". Yorkshire Regiment, 21 Apr. 02. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General ' ~> r . ,,„.„„, ,, n_„_ 4 «„ji 

for British Army Schools j Lt.Colonel C. Grant, 29 April 01. 

Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. for Musketry ... 

Colonel on the Staff ■Royal Artillery ) c , j p A B { M 

(with rank oj Brigadier General) ... j t j 1 

Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. for R. Artillery Captain W. A. Short, Royal Artillery, 22 May 00. 

Chief Engineer, Military Works Colonel E. Glennie. 

Staff Officer, Royal Engineers Lieut. A. S. Evans. Royal Engineers. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon General W. L. Gubbins, MB. MYO. 

Superintendent of Gymnasia Captain H. K. Umfreville, Royal West Surrey Regiment, 15 Apr. 04. 

Deputy Judge Advocate General Major R. F. H. Anderson, Indian Army. 

Inspecting Veterinary Officer Lt.Colonel K. Lees, Army Vety. Department. 

Inspector of Army Signalling Captain R. C. Dundas, Royal Scots, 25 Aug. 02. 

Chief Instructor Mounted Infantry Schools, 
p.s.c. Major T. P. England, Royal Fusiliers, 12 Oct. 01. 

Fibst Cljss District Commanders. 

Commanding Poona District Major General G. L. R. Richardson, CB.CSI.CIE. Indian Army, 22 Jan 

Aide de Camp 

Commanding Quetta District p.s.c. Major General H. L. Smith-Dorrien, CB. DSO. 

Aide de Camp 

Commanding Mhow District "E<& Major General Sir O'M. Creagh, KCB. ndian Army, 16 Mar. 03. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. H. G. Elliot, Devon Regiment, 9 May 04. 

Second Class District Commanders. 

Brigadier General Sir J. Willcocks, KCMG. DSO. 29 May 02 Bombay. 

Major General H. M. Mason, 22 Jan. 04 Aden 

p.s.c. Major General H. E. Penton, Indian Army, 9 June 00 Kamptee. 

p.s.c. Brig. Gen. J. H. S. Craigie, CB. (from h.p. Highland Lt. Inf.) 19 Feb. 01 ... Karachi. 

Colonel J. A. H. Pollock, CB., Indian Army, 28 June 04 Deesa 

Assistant Adjutant Generals. 

Colonel F. H. Kelly, Royal Engineers, 23 June 00 Quetta. 

Lt Colonel J. A. Bell, Indian Army, 4 Feb. 99 Sind. 

Lt.Colonel C. F. Stevens, Indian Army, 19 Dec. 01 Poona. 

Colonel C. T. Robinson, 22 Sept. 00 Mhow. 

p.s.c. Colonel J. C. Young, 18 Apr. 03 Deesa. 

Colonel H. S. Fitzgerald, CB. 29 Feb. 04 Poona. 

Lt.Colonel H. H. H. Aspinall, Indian Army, 14 Apr. 04 Mhow. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals. 

Captain J. O'B. Minogue, West Yorkshire Regiment, 24 Nov. 00 Quetta. 

Captain F. L. Vincent, Indian Army, 2 Aug. 00 Mhow. 

Major C. H. U. Price, DSO. Indian Army, 26 Apr. 00 Aden. 

Major C. W. Garraway, Irish Regiment, 2 Mav 00 Sind. 

Major G. S. Broome, Indian Army, 22 July 00 Bombay. 

Major 0. E. Baynes, Indian Army, 31 Mar. 03 Bombay. 

Captain H. B. Dyson, Royal Scots, 22 Apr. 03 Poona. 

Captain G. R. M. Church, Royal Artillery, 12 Dec. 03 Nagpore. 

Major C. M. Cartwright, Indian Army, 31 May 04 Deesa. 

Major A. L. Pilleau, Indian Army, 29 Aug. 04 Aden. 

Captain P. L. Grove, Cheshire Regiment, 1 Sept. 04 Poona. 

Colonel on the Staff. 
Colonel F. Abbott, Indian Army, 9 June 00 Nusseerabad. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General (for Instruction), 
p.s.c. Major F. de B. Young, Indian Army, 1 May oi Poona. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General (for Musketry). 

Brigade Majors. 

Major S. M. Edwards, DSO. Indian Army, 1 June 04 Sind. 

Major C. E. R. Harvey, Royal Irish Rifles, 1 June 04 Aden. 

p.s.c. Captain A. W. Abercrombie, Connaught Rangers, 1 June 04 Deesa. 

Captain H. C. Johnstone, Somersetshire Light Infantry, 1 June 04 Bombay. 

Captain C. O. O. Tanner, Indian Army, 1 June 04 Nagpur. 

Assistant Judge Advocate General. 
Recruiting Staff Officers. 



Staff Abroad. 1 1 1 



CEYLON. 



Governor and Commander in Chief j Sr ^ Sir Henry A Blake, QC3IQ. Knight of Justice of St. 

J C John of Jerusalem, Colombo. 

\ Lieut. Hon. C. M. B. Ponsonby, MVO. Grenadier Guards, 

Aides ie Camp I ?7 Nov. 03. 

(Captain Sir J. Keane, Bt. Royal Artillery, 3 Dec. 03. 
Brigadier General Colonel G. L. C. Money, CB. DSO. ADC. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. H. 31. V. Barron, Cameron Highlanders, 6 June 03. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.».c. Bt.Major D. W. Churcher, Royal Irish Fus. 24 Jan. 02. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General p.s.c. Bt.31ajor H. R. Camming, Durham Lt. Infnty. 31 July 03. 

Commanding Royal Artillery Bt.Colonel W. E. L. Balfour. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Lt.Colonel F. D. F. MacCarthy. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Major A. H. Terry. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt.Colonel F. J. Angell, Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Major F. W. Hill, Army Pay Department. 

Senior Medical Officer Lt.Colonel R. D. Hodson. 



SOUTH CHINA. 

Major General Col- nel V. Hatton, CB. 

Aide de Camp 2nd Lieut. E. S. Ward, Grenadier Guards. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Major A.A.Chichester, DSO. Dorset Regiment, iq May 03 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General p.s.c. Major R. J. Ross, Middlesex Regiment. 

Commanding Royal Artillery Lt.Colonel F. E. Kent, Royal Garrison Artillery. 

Commanding Royal Engineer(Colonel on the Staff) Colonel C. H. Darling, 2 Nov. 04. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt.Colonel F. W. McT. Bunny, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Colonel G. H. Ferries, Army Pay Department. 

Principal Medical Officer Colonel W. E. Webb. MD. Royal" Army Med. Corps 

Commanding Army Sercice Corps Major W. A. F. Williamson, Army Service Corps. 

HONG KONG. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Major Sir 31. Nathan, KCMG. Royal Engineers. Victori 

Aide de Camp Lieut. W. Aibuthn Jt-Leslie, Scots Guards. 

WEI-HAI-WEI. 
Commistioner J. H. S. Lockhart, Esq., CMG. 

FORCE IN CHINA. 

Commanding the Force p.s.c. Major General F. Ventris. Tientsin. 

Aide ae Camp Lieut. K. B. Ferguson, Royal Artillery, 29 Jan. 04. 

Chiff Staff Officer (graded as Col. on the Staff)... 

Dep. Assist. Adjt. Generd Captain E. H. E. Daniell, DSO. Royal Irish Regiment. 

Dep. Assist. Qr. Mr. General 

Do. for Intelligence Bt. Lt.Colonel A. W. S. Wingate, Indian Army. 

Provost Marshal Captain E. L. Swifie. Indian Army. 

Chief Commissariat and Transport Officer Captain F. W. H. Forteath, Indian Army. 

Director of Railways (with rank of Lt.Colonel)... 
Dep. Director of Railways (with rank of Lt. Col.) 



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Railway Staff Officers 

Railway Police Officers | 

Stuff Captain Captain F. G. Turner, Royal Engineers. 

District Paymaster Captain N. G. Thompson, Army Pay Department. Wei-hai- Wti. 

Principal Medical Officer 

Senior Veterinary Officer 

Senior Ordnance Officer 3t.3Iajor G. G. Woods, Royal Anillery. 



STRAITS SETTLEMENTS. 

(Including Prince of Wales' Island, Malacca, Singapore, and Christmas Island.) 
Governor and Commander in Chief, and High~\ 

Commistioner for the Protected States in the > Sir J. Anderson, KCMG. Singapore. 

Malay Peninsula ) 

Aide de Camp Captain H. H. F. Stockley, Royal Marines, 24 Mar. 04 

Colonel on the Staff Colonel Sir A. R. F. Dorward, KCB. DSO. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General p.s.c. Bt.Major H. J. Everett, Somerset Lighc Inf., 8 Jan. o^. 

Garrison Adjutant Captain H. T. Cunningham, R. Garrison Artillery, 19 Jan.' 03.' 

Commanding Royal Artillery Singapore. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Lt.Colonel A. R. M. Sankey Royal Si%ineers. 

Chief Ordnance Office Major C. J. Blunt, Royal Artillery. 

District Paymaster Lt.Colonel E. L. R. Tback«vell, Army Pay Department 

Senior Medical Officer Lt.Colonel W. Dick, MB. Royal Army 3Iedical Corps. 

Commniidin j Army Service Corps Major F. M. Wilson, Army Service Corps. 

LABUAN AND ITS DEPENDENCIES. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. E. W. Birch, Esq. CMG. 



ii2 Staff Abroad. 

AUSTRALASIAN COMMONWEALTH. 

Governor General and Commander in Chief Lord H. S. Northcote, GCIE. GCMG. C3. 

Military Secretary 

("Captain Hon. G. B. F. Greville, 7 Hussars: 
... , „ 1 Captain J. A. S. Balraam, 15 Hussars. 

Aides de Lamp 1 Captain G. E. B. Stephens, Rifle Brigade (extra). 

(.Captain A. A. Dorrien-Smith, DSO. Rifle Brigade, 28 July 04. 

New South Wales. 

Governor Vice-Admiral Sir H. H. Rawson, KCB. Sydney. 

Aide de Camp Captain L. 0. Wilson, DSO. RoyalMarines. 

Victoria. 

Governor Major General Son. Sir R. A. J. Talbot, KCB. Melbourne. 

. . . . „ J Lieut. K. G. Buchanan, Seaforth Highlanders. 

Aides de Lamp | Captain J. L. Buxton, Rifle Brigade; 8 Nov. 04. 

South Australia. 

Governor Sir G. R. Le Hunte, KCMG. Adelaide. 

Aide de Camp 

Western Australia. 

Governor Admiral Sir F. G. D. Bedford, GCB. Perth. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. J. G. Home, Royal Marines. 

Queensland. 

Governor , 

Aide de Camp 

Tasmania. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir G. Strickland, KCMG. Hobart. 

Aide de Camp 

NEW ZEALAND. 

Governor and Commander in Chief lit. Hon. W. L. Lord Plunket, KCVO. Wellington. 

Aide' de Camv f Captain F. P. Braithwaite, Northumberland Fusiliers, 5 May c 

p ' I Lieut. Hon. A. II. R. Bingham, 5 Lancers, 22 July 04. 

FIJI ISLANDS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief and High 5 E Fim Th B CS . C MG. Suva. 

Commissioner for theWestern Pacific ) l 

Aide de Camp Lieut. T. A. Montgomery, Gloucester Regiment, 23 Oct. 04. 

BRITISH NEW GUINEA. 

Lieutenant Governor 

AMERICA. 

CANADA. 
Comprising all the Provinces within and adjacent thereto. 
Governor General of the Dominion of Canada The St. Hon. Earl Grey, GCM&. Ottawa. 

Military Secretary Colonel J. Hanbury Williams, CYO. CMG. 

Aide de Camp 

Major General Col. Sir C. S. B. Parsons, KCMG. 10 Apr. 02. Halifax. 

Assistant Military Secretary and Aide de Camp 

Aide de Camp 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Bt.Major H. M. Biddulph, Rifle Brigade. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General.. 

Commanding Royal Artillery p.a.c. Lt.Colonel E. B. Anderson, Royal Artillery. 

Commanding Soyal Engineer Lt.Col. F. G. Bowles, Royal Engineers. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Major J. C. L. Black, Army Service Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt.Colonel H. W. N. S. Smyth, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Lt.Colonel W. C. Minchin, Army Pay Department. 

Principal Medical Officer Lt.Colonel H. W. Murray, MB. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir W. MacGregor, MD. KCMG. CB. St. John's. 

Aide de Camp • 

BARBADOES, &c. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. Sir G. T. Carter, KCMG. Bridgetown. 

Ort^^«£^'(^'i^'^^"»~«^" : Colonel B. T. Dickson, 15 Oct. 02 (icith rank of Brigadier General). 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.t.p. -Lt.Colonel C. H. Gordon 28 May 02. _ 

jjepuiy «•« ArtUleru Major A. G. Noms, Royal Artillery. St. Lucia. 

cEZSSSS, sZa sXSE- :::::::::: Bt.uoi<mei e. j. &. Wee, Royai rLen^™. 

cZ^Mi&nlFeZclco^s Captain P. O. ^to^TO Service Corps. 

^rMeZ^offi^r::::::::::::::::::::::. i*.*****! h. s. Kirk Pa mck, ub. Royai Army Medical cor P3 



Staff Abroad. 113-5 

ANTIGUA AND LEEWARD ISLANDS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief , Sir C. C. Knollys KCMG St. John'?. 

Aide de Camp 



BAHAMAS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. Nassau. 

Aide de Camp 



WINDWARD ISLANDS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. Sir Robert Baxter Llewelyn, KCMG St. George, Grenada. 

St. Lucia. — Administering the Government Sir G. Melville, KCMG Castries. 

Garrison Adjutant Captain H. R. V. de Bury, Royal Artillery. 

District Paymaster Captain C. V. Isaacke, Army Pay Department. 



BRITISH GUIANA. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. Sir F. M. Hodgson, KCMG George Tovn 

Aide de Camp Lieut. C. F. Alleyne, Army Service Corps, 14 Sept. 04. 

Colonial Aide de Camp 



HONDURAS. 

Governor and Commander in Cliief. Sir E. B. Sweet-Escott, KCMG Belize. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. H. W. Peebles, Reserve of Officers. 

JAMAICA. 

Captain General and Governor in Chief. Sir J. A. Swettenham, KCMG Kingston. 

Aided? Camp 

Colonel on the Staff Colonel J. E. W. S. Caulfield. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General Bt.Colonel J. S. Talbot. 

Garrison Adjutant Lieut. J. H. L. Poe, West India Regiment. 

Commanding Royal Artillery Major H. C. St. G. Moleswortb, Royal Artillery. 

Commanding Boyal Engineer Lt. Colonel D. A. Mills, Royal Engineers. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Major E. C. F. Gillespie, Army Service Corps. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Captain R. S. Hamilton, Royal Artillery. 

District Paymaster Major L. P. Ditmas. 

Senior Medical Officer Lt. Colonel P. H. Johnston, MD. CMG. Royal Army Med. Corps. 



TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir H. M. Jackson, KCMG Port of Spam. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. W. G. M. Sarel, Northumberland Fusiliers, 17 Aug. 04. 



TURKS AND CA.ICOS ISLANDS. 
Commissioner E. J. Cameron, Esq Grand Turk. 



BERMUDA. 

„ , „ , . „, . „ I p.s.c. Lieut. General Sir U. MacG. Stewart, KCB. 20 Apr. 04. 

Governor ana Commander in Chief \ e it 1, 

' ( Mamtltou. 

Assistant Military Secretary and Aide de Camp Major T. A. H. Bigge, Royal Engineers, 26 July 02. 

Aide de Camp : Captain L. C. Soltau-Symons, R. Warwickshire Regt. 8 Apr. 03. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Major H. S. Sloman, DSO. East Surrey Regiment. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General Lt.Colonel J. W. Hind, 25 June 03. 

Garrison Adjutant 

Commanding Royal Artillery Lt.Colonel M. W. P. Block, Royal Artillery. St. George's. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Lt.Colonel C. E. Commeline, Royal Engineers. 

Commanding Army Service Corps Bt.Colonel A. N. Roberts. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt.Colonel E. D. Caird, Army Oidnancc Department. 

District Paymaster Major A. Haynes, Army Pay Department. 

Senior Medical Officer Colonel W. J. R. Rainsford, CIE. Royal Army Medical Corps. 

FALKLAND ISLANDS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief W. L. Allardyce, Esq. CMG Stanley. 



COLONY OF SEYCHELLES. 

ovemor and Commander in Chief , W. E. Davidson, Esq. CMG Mahe. 



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REGIMENTAL DISTRICT STAFF. 



M"/-> "I Regimental District, GLENCORSE. Counties, Edinburgh, Peebles, Hadlington, Beewicb, 

"■' "■ Ai Linlithgow. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — Arthur Broadwood, 15 May 01 ; Colonel, 2 June 92. 
Territorial Begiment , Royal Scots (1 F. and Edinburgh Militia).— Volunteers, The Queen's Rifle Volunteer 
Brigade, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th Volunteer Battalions Royal Scots. 

"N"n O Regimental District, GUILDFORD. County, Part of Subset. 

m'- Lieutenant Colonel- 

Territorial Begiment, West Surrey Regt. (2 F. and 2nd Surrey Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th 
Volunteer Battalions West Surrey Regiment. 

N"o *3 Regimental District, CANTERBURY. County, Part of Kent. 

A ' Ul 0« Lieutenant Colonel. — Robert A. Hickson, CB. 1 Jan. 01 ; Colonel, 1 July 99. 

Territorial Begiment, East Kent Regiment (3 F. and East Kent Militia).— Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Volunteer 
Battalion's East Kent Regiment. 

T^"/-v A Regimental District, LANCASTER. County, Part of Lancashibe. 

~ ' ^-' , -*-• Lieutenant Colonel. — Pulteney. H. Murray, 3 Apr. 00; Colonel, 11 Feb. 98. 

Territorial Begiment, Lancaster Regt. (4 F. and 1st Lancashire Militia). — Volunteers, 1st Volunteer Battalion 
Lancaster Regiment. 

("N"n ^ BejimeBiaZ District, NEWCASTLE. Counties, Nobthumberland, Dubham. 
¥ ' . ,' Lieutenant Colonel.— Arthur L. Woodland, 3 July 01 {temp.) ; Colonel, 31 Oct. 00. 
Territorial Begiment, Northumberland Fusiliers (5 F. and Northumberland Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, and 
( 3rd Volunteer Battalions Northumberland Fusiliers. 

I "W"/-v fift Territorial Regiment, DurhamLightlnfantry (68 F. and 106 F. and 1st and 2nd Durham Militia. 
V A ' '-'■ wwi — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Volunteer Battalions Durham Light Infantry. 

"N"r» fi Regimental District, "WARWICK. County, Wabwice. 
■lwi v« Lieutenant Colonel. — 

Territorial Regiment, Royal Warwickshire Regt. (6 F. and 1st and 2nd Warwick Militia). — Volunteers, 1st and 
2nd Volunteer Battalions Royal Warwickshire Regiment. 

,"M"_. T"7 Begimental District, HOUNSLOW. County, Middlesex, and Metbopolitan. 
X^l wi f • Lieutenant Colonel. — 

Territorial Begiment, 1,2,3, 4. Si 6 and 7 Bns. Royal Fusiliers (7 F. and Westminster, London, and South Middle- 
sex Militia). — Volunteers ,"ist, 2nd, and 3rd Volunteer Battalions Royal Fusiliers. 

j^T _ C r7 Territorial Regiment, Middlesex Regt. (57 F. and 77 F. and Elthorne and East Middlesex Militia. 
.LNO, O /■ —Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Vol. Bns. Middlesex Regt., 17th Middlesex. 

/"^ n Q Begimental District, WARRINGTON. County, Fart of Lancashibe. 
"^ vi O • Lieutenant Colonel. — 

Territorial Begiment, Liverpool Regt. (8 F. and 2nd Lancashire Militia).— Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th 
6th (7th Volunteer Battalion Liverpool Regiment attached to 6th), and 8th Volunteer Battalions Liverpool 
Regiment. 

T^T _ A_C\ Territorial Regiment, South Lancashire Regt. (40 F. and 82 F. and 4th Lancashire Militia).— 
VXM O. rx\J. Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Volunteer Battalions South Lancashire Regiment. 



~N"/~k Q Regimental District, NORWICH. County, Norfolk 



Lieutenant Colonel.— William Alex. Ramsay (retired pay) 4 Apr. 03; Colonel, 13 May 00. 
Territorial Regiment, Norfolk Regt. (9 F. Sf 1st # 2ndNorfolk Militia).— Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Volun- 
teer Battalions Norfolk Regiment. 

]M"i-i TO Regimental District, LINCOLN. County, Lincoln. 

A ~ U. X V/. Lieutenant Colonel.— John H. E Hinde, C£. 9 Feb. 01 ; Colonel, 1 July 99. 

Territorial Regiment, Lincolnshire Regt. (10 F. and N. and S. Lincoln Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd 
Volunteer Battalions Lincolnshire Regiment. 

ftTn IT Regimental District, EXETER. County, Devonshibe. 

-*-~ *->. II. Lieutenant Colonel.— W. J. Kirkpatrick, CB. 7 Oct. 03 ; Colonel, 10 Nov. 01. 

Territorial Regiment, Devonshire Regiment (11 F. and 2nd and 1st Devon Militia).— Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd 
4th, and 5th Volunteer Battalions Devonshire Regiment. 

TJ n "1 Q Regimental District, BURY ST. EDMUNDS. Counties, Suffolk, Cambridge. 
J -^ '"'■ X^i , Lieutenant Colonel.— R Tovmley, 10 Sept. 03 ; Colonel, 24 Feb. 01. 

Territorial Regiment, Suffolk Regt. (12 F. and West Suffolk and Cambridge Militia).— Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd 
and 4th Volunteer Battalions Suffolk Regiment 

"bJn 1 Q Regimental District, TAUNTON. County, Somerset. 

■"U. XO. Lieutenant Colonel.— Edmond J. Sallwey. 21 Apr. 02; Colonel, ,21 Apr. 02. 

Territorial Begiment, Somersetshire Light Infantry (13 F. 4- 1 # 2 Somerset MilitiaJ.— I olunteers, 1st, 2nd, <•>.« 
3rd Volunteer Battalions Somersetshire Light Infantry. 
T^T_ I A Begimental. District, YORK. County, Part of West Riding of Yobk. 
J.1U1 X X. Lieutenant Colonel. — 

Territorial Begiment, West Yorkshire Regt. (14 F. and 2nd and 4th West York Militia).— Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 
and 3rd Volunteer Battalions West Yorkshire Regiment. 

"NT/-v "I C Begimental District, BEVERLEY. County, East Riding of York. 

J -^ v/i X (J . Lieutenant Colonel.— A. J. A. Wright, C-K. 30 Oct. 02 ; Colonel, 30 Oct. 02. 

Territorial Begiment, East Yorkshire Regt. (15 F. and East York Militia). — Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Volunteer 
Battalions East Yorkshire Regiment. 

Nr% 1 C Regimental District, BEDFORD. Counties, Huntingdon, Bedfobd, Hebtfobd. 
*-». ID, Lieutenant Colonel. — Lionel E. B. Booth, 14 Oct. 02 ; Colonel, 14 Oct. 02. 

Territorial Begiment, Bedfordshire Regt. (16 F. and Bedford and Hertford Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, and 
3rd Volunteer .Battalions Bedfordshire Regiment. 



Regimental District Staff. 117 

"NT,-* 1 n Regimental Dwt'ricr, LEICESTER. Counties, Nottingham, Lbicestee. 
*■' Vj. XI. Lieutenant Colonel. — J. Reeves, CB. 3 Nov. 03; Colonel, 31 Dec. 99. 

Territorial Regiment, Leicestershire Regt. (17 F. and Leicestershire Militia). — Volunteers, 1st Volunteer 
Eattalion Leicestershire Regiment. 

ftf"f» I Q Regimental District , CLONMEL. Counties, Kilkenny, Tippeeart, Wexfobd, Watebfobd. 
A ' . AOi Lieutenant Colonel. — Henry W. N. Guineas, CB. 16 Jan. 04 ; Colonel 16 Jan. 03. 

Territorial Regiment, Royal Irish Regiment (18 F. and Wexford, North Tipperary, and Kilkenny Militia) . 

"M"/~v 1Q Regimental Districf,'RICHTB.O'N'D (Yorkshire) . Co»ii(j(,Nobib Rmixa of Yobk. 
J 1 ' "■ A 57 ■ Lieutenant Colonel.— Edward A. Bruce, 25 Mar. 00 ; Colonel, 29 Mar. 97. 

Territorial Regiment, Yorkshire Regt. (19 F. and 5th W. York and North York Militia). — Volunteers, 1st and 2nd 
Volunteer Battalions Yorkshire Regiment. 

"W°/"\ OO Regimental District, BURY. County, Part oj Lancashibb. 
LS \J . £l\J. Lieutenant Colonel.— Henry Alfred W. Walsh, 4 Dec. 02 ; Colonel, 8 Nov. 02. 

Territorial Regiment , Lancashire Fusiliers (20 F. and 7th Lancashire Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd 
Volunteer Battalions Lancashire Fusiliers. 

"W"/"» Ql Regimental District, AYR. Counties, Ayb, Wigtown, Kiekcudbbight. 
At VJ • Zj J. , Lieutenant Colonel. — Edward E. Carr, CR. 27 July 03 ; Colonel, 25 Aug. 02. 

Territorial Regiment, Royal Scots Fusiliers (21 F.and Ayr and Wigtown Militia). — Volunteers, 1st an<Z 2nd 
Volunteer Battalions Scots Fusiliers. 

N"n 99 Regimental District, CHESTER. Count;/, Cheshibb. 

At V. £l£l. Lieutenant Colonel. — Albert E. Ommanney, 4 May 01 ; Colonel, 20 May 98. 

Territorial Regiment, CheshireRegt. (22 F. and 1st and 2nd Cheshire Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 
5th Volunteer Battalions Cheshire Regiment. 

!N"o 9*^ Regimental District, WREXHAM. Co«ni'i>s,ANGLESEA,CABNABYON, Denbigh, Flint, Mebionetb. 
)r ' £isJ ' Lieutenant Colonel.— Rowland B. Mainwaring, C3IG. 2: July, 00 ; Colonel, 8 Mar. 99. 
Territorial Regiment, Royal Welsh Fusiliers (23 F. ana" Denbigh and Flint unci Merioneth and Carnarvon Militia. 
—Volunteers, 1st, 2nd and 3rd Volunteer Battalions Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 

No 94- Regimental District, BRECON. Counties, Cabdigan, RAnNOB, Bbecon, Monmouth, Montgomery 
** '-'• . ~ ■*■ Lieutenant Colonel. — Chas. G. Colvin-Money, CB. 21 Apr. 02 ; Colonel, 29 Nov. 00. 

Territorial Regiment, South Wales Borderers (24 F. and South Wales Borderers and Montgomery Militia).— 
Volunteers, ist,2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Volunteer Battalions South Wales Borderers. 

"hJrt 9R Regimental District, BERWICK-ON-T WEED. Counties, Dumfbies, Roibubgh, Selkirk. 
*' )~' . ^ *■» ■ Lieutenant Colonel. — John Wm. Godfrey, CB. 17 Nov. 02 ; Colonel, 7 Jan. 02. 

Territorial Regiment, King's Own Scottish Borderers (25 F. and Scottish Borderers Militia). — Volunteers, 1st 
Roxburgh and Selkirk, 2nd and 3rd Volunteer Battalions King's Own Scottish Borderers, Galloway. 
t 

"NTr* 9ft Regimental District, HAMILTON. County, Fart of Lanark. 
ilU.iiy, Lieutenant Colonel- 
Territorial Regiment, Scottish Rifles (26 F. and 90 F. and 2 Lanark Militia).— Volunteers, 1st Lanark, 2nd 
Volunteer Battalion Scottish Rifles, 3rd Lanark, 4th Volunteer Battalion Scottish Rifles. 

."MTf-j f7"| Territorial Reqiment, Highland Lt. Inf. (71 F. and 74 F. and 1st Lanark Mil.). — Volunteers, ist, 
At U. # A. 2nd, and 3rd Vol. Bns. Highland Lt. Inf., 9th Lanarkshire, 5th Vol. Bn. Highland Lt. Inf. 

!N*0 97 Regimental District, OUAGH. Counties, Londonderry, Donegal, Tyrone, Fermanagh. 
,T' ' Lieutenant Colonel.— Llewellyn S. Mellor, 31 Mar. 02 ; Colonel, 31 May 02. 

Territorial Regiment, Inniskilling Fus.(2 7 F.ana" 108 F. and Fermanagh, Tyrone and Donegal Militia). 

N"o 9 ft Regimental District, BRISTOL. County, Gloucester. 

At \Jt £l\J . Lieutenant Colonel. — Alfred George Watson, 10 Jan. 02 ; Colonel, 23 Sept. 01. 

Territorial Regiment, Gloucestershire Regt. (28 F. and 61 F. and South and North Gloucester Militia).— 
Volunteers, ist, 2nd, and 3rd Volunteer Battalions Gloucestershire Regiment. 

N"0 9Q Regimental District, WORCESTER. County, Wobcestershire. 

Jr * . ■ Lieutenant Colonel. — William Senhouse Clarke, 6 Sept. 02 ; Colonel, 2 Mar. 99. 

Territorial Regiment, Worcester Regt. (29 F. and 36 F. and Worcestei Militia). — Volunteers, ist and 2nd Volunteer 
Battalions Worcester Regiment. 

(W"o QO Regimental District, PRESTON. County, Part of Lancashire. 
I *•* y ' •-»«-'. Lieutenant Colonel.— 

J Territorial Regiment, E. Lancashire Regt. (30 F. 4- 59 F. 4/ 5th Lancashire Militia).— Volunteers, ist and 2nd 
Volunteer Battalions East Lancashire Regt. 



IJJq 4-'7 Territorial Regiment, North Lancashire Regt. (47 F. <f- 81 F. <f 3 Lancashire Militia). — Volun- 
«■■ teers, ist and 2nd Volunteer Battalions North Lancashire Regiment. 

JJ(-v Q"l Regimental District, KINGSTON. County, Part of Subeey. 

Jr ' Lieutenant Colonel.— W. J. H. Frodshain, 24 July 03 ; r.p. Colonel, 21 June 03. 

1 erntorial Regiment, East Surrey Regt. (31 P. and 70 F. and ist and 3rd Surrey Militia).— Volunteers, ist Surrey, 
2nd, 3rd, and 4th Volunteer Battalions East Surrey Regiment. 

N"n *39 Regimental District, BODMIN. County, Cobnwall. 
■i^VJ. Wil, Lieutenant. Cnlnni.1 — 



Tc 



rritorial Regiment , Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry (32 F. and 46 F.and Cornwall Rangers Militia).— 
I ocunteers, ist and 2nd Volunteer Battalions Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry. 

VT— QQ Reqimental District, HALIFAX. County, Part of West Riding of Yobk. 
AtU. OO, Lieutenant Colonel.— 

Territorial Reqiment, Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regt. (33 F. and 76 F. and 6th West York Militia).— 
Volunteers, ist, 2nd, and 3rd Volunteer Battalions West Riding Regiment. 

JJ/-v *^4- Regimental District, CARLISLE. Counties, Cumberland, Westmoreland. 
tT ' . '"'•*• Lieutenant Colonel.— H. Kelly, 10 Sept. 03 ;' Colonel, 1 May 00 

territorial Regiment, The Border Regt. (34 F. and 35 F.and Cumberland and Westmoreland Militia).— Volun 
teers, ist, 2nd, and 3rd Volunteer Battalions Border Regiment. 

^T(j "3^ Regimental District, CHICHESTER. County, Sussex. 

Jr 1 * J, ~'« Lieutenant Colonel.— Benjamin D. A. Donne, 27 Jan. 04 Colonel, 15 Dec. 02. 
1 errilonal Regiment, The Royal Sussex Regiment (35 F. and 107 F. and Sussex Militia).— Volunteers, ist and 2nd 
Volunteer Battalions Royal Sussex Regiment, ist Cinque Ports. 



n8 Regimental Distinct Staff. 

T*J/-v Qf7 Regimental District, WINCHESTER. County, Hampshirb 

*■' " . . " Lieutenant Colonel. — James H. Parkinson, 30 Nov. 03 ; Colonel, 24 Mar. 03. 

Territorial Regiment, Hampshire Regt. (37 F. and 67 P. and Hampshire Militia) — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th 
and 5th (Isle of Wight," Princess Beatrice's") Volunteer Battalions Hampshire Regiment. 

'NTz-v QQ Regimental District, LICHFIELD. County of Stafford. 

■■■'Wi yjQj. Lieutenant Colonel.— \ 

Territorial Regiment, South Staffordshire Regt. (38 F. and 80 F. and 1 Stafford Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 
and 3rd Volunteer Battalions South Staffordshire Regiment. 

"NTr» f\/L Territorial Regiment, North Staffordshire Regt. (64 F. and 98 F. and 2nd and 3rd Stafford 
V AN U. vJTt. Militia)!— Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Volunteer Battalions North Staffordshire Regiment. 

"M"/-\ OQ Regimental District, DORCHESTER. County, Dorset. 

AN *-'■ O v7 • Lieutenant Colonel. — Cecil Henry Law, CB. 4 Aug. 03 ; Colonel, 19 Nov. 01. 

Territorial Regiment, Dorsetshire Regt. (39 F. and 54 P. and Dorset Militia). — Volunteers, ist Volunteer Battalion 

Dorsetshire Regiment. ]\ 

For No. 40, see No. 8.] 

Mm A.~\ Regimental District, CARDIFF. Counties, Pembroke, Carmarthen, Glamorgan. 
AN '-' • "A . Lieutenant Colonel. — Augustus W. Hill, CB. 26 Jan. 04 ; Colonel, 27 May 00. 

Territorial Regiment, Welsh Regt. (41 P. and 69 P. and Glamorgan Militia). — Volunteers, ist, 2nd, and 3rd 
VolunteerBattalions Welsh Regiment, 3rd Glamorganshire. 

TvT/-\ 4-Q Segmental District, VERTS. Counties, Forfar, Perth, Fife. 

AN vJ. Sz^Li . Lieutenant Colonel. — Edward Geo. Grogan, CB. 3 Nov. 02; Colonel, 24 May 02. 

Territorial Regiment, Royal Highlanders (42 F. and-jj, F. and Perth Militia). — Volunteers, ist, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5U1, 
and 6th Volunteer Battalions Royal Highlanders. 

7VT»- v ^*3 Regimental 'District, OXFORD. Counties, Oxford, Bucks. 

AN U. juO, Lieutenant Colonel. — James A. Strachan, 23 Oct. 99 ; Colonel, 23 Oct. 99. 

Territorial Regiment, Oxford Light Infantry (43 F. and 52 F. and Bucks and Oxford Militia). — Volunteers , ist 

and 2nd Volunteer Battalions Oxford Light Infantry, ist Buckinghamshire, 4th Volunteer Battalion Oxford 

Light Infantry. 

TVT-. /LA Regimental District, WARLEY. County, Essex. 

AN O. TC i. Lieutenant Colonel. — Thomas Stock, 16 May 02 ; Colonel, 16 May 02. 

Territorial Regiment, Essex Regt. (44 F. and 56 P. and Essex Rifles and West Essex Militia).— Volunteers, 1st 
2nd, 3rd, and 4th Volunteer Battalions Essex Regiment. 

XT-. At\ Segmental District, DERBY. County, Derby. 

AN O. ^fcO • Lieutenant Colonel. — Arthur D. Bulpett, 6 Nov. 03 ; Colonel, 5 Aug. 03. 

Territorial Regiment, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regt. (45 P. and 95 F. and ist and 2nd Derby Militia, an 
Sherwood Foresters.— Volunteers, ist and 2nd Volunteer Battalions Notttingbamsbire and Derbyshir 
Regiment, ist Nottingham, 4th (Notts) Volunteer Battalion Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment. 

[For No. 47, see No. 30.] 

■I^r ^_Q Regimental District, NORTHAMPTON. Counties, Northampton, Rutland. 

AN O. TtO ■ Lieutenant Colonel. — Henry 0. Denny, CB. 17 Mar. 04 ; Colonel, 17 Mar. 04. 

Territorial Regiment, Northampton Regt. (48 F. and 58 F. and Northampton and Rutland Militia).— Volunteers, 
ist Volunteer Battalion Northampton Regiment. 

■XT— A Ok Regimental District, READING:. County, Berkshire. 

AN O. TCO 1 . Lieutenant Colonel. — William Augustus Collings, 6 Sept. 02 ; Colonel, 30 Apr. 99. 

Territorial Regiment, Royal Berkshire Regiment (49 F. and 66 F. and Berks Militia). — Volunteers, ist Volunteer 
Battalion Roy! Berkshire Regiment. 

"M"i~w E\f\ Regimental District, MAIDSTONE. County, Fart of Kent 
AN O. \J\J. Lieutenant Colonel.— 

Territorial Segiment, Royal West Kent Regiment (50 F. and 97 F. and West Kent Militia). — Volunteers, ist, 2nd, 
3rd, and th Volunteer Battalions Royal West Kent Regiment. 

VT- Cl Regimental District, VONTEFRAGT. County, West Riding of Yorkshire. 
AN (_)■ Jli Lieutenant Colonel. — 

Territorial Regiment, The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry (51 F. and 10s F. and 1 W.York Militia). — Volun- 
teers, ist Volunteer Battalion Yorkshire Light Infantry. 

TO"-. fi C Territorial Regiment, York and Lancaster Regt. (65 F. and 84 F. and 3rd West York Militia).— 
AN U ■ \J «J ■ Volunteers, ist and 2nd Volunteer Battalions York and Lancaster Regiment 

N_ CO Regimental District, SHREWSBURY. Counties, Shropshire and Hereford. 
Oi QO. Lieutenant Colonel.— Cecil H. Collette, 1 Nov. C2 ; Colonel, 19 Aug. 01. 

Territorial Regiment, Shropshire Light Infantry (53 F. and 85 P . and Shropshire and Hereford Militia).— Volun- 
teers, ist and 2nd Volunteer Battalions Shropshire Light Infantry, ist Herefordshire 

[For No. 57, see No. 7.] 

7\T/"\ fiO Regimental District, DEVIZES. County, Wiltshire. 

AN O . O Zl , Lieutenant Colonel.— Henry Charles Harford, 15 Dec. 02 ; Colonel, 7 Jan. 03. 

Territorial Regiment, Wiltshire Regt. (62 F. and 99 F. and Wiltshire Militia) .— Volunteers, 1 Wiltshire, 2nd Volun- 
teer Battalion Wiltshire Regiment. 



TO"— O O Regimental District, ASHTON^ County, Part o/_Lancashire. 



Lieutenant Colonel. — Charles Parker Ridley, 23 Dec. 02; Colonel, 28 July 99. 
Territorial Regiment, Manchester Regiment (63 P. and 96 P. and 6thLancasbiro Militia.— Volunteers, ist, 2nd, 
3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th Volunteer Battalions Manchester Reg ; ment. 

[For No. 64, see No. 38.] 
[For No. 65, see No. 51.] 
[For No. 68, see No. 5. ] 
[For No. 71, see No. 26.] 



Regimented District Staff. 



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"VTfj 79 Regimental District, FORT GEORGE. Counties, Orkney and Shetland, Sutherland, Caithness 
*■'■%/« I £l . Ross and Cromarty, Inverness, Nairn and Elgin. 

lieutenant Colonel. — James H. Hughes-Hallett, 5 Aug. 02; Colonel, 29 Nov. 00. 
Territorial Regiment, Seaforth Highlanders (72 P. and 78 F. and Highland Rifle Militia). — Volunteers, 1st Vol. 
Bn. Seaforth Highlanders, 1st Sutherland, 3rd Vol. Bn. Seaforth Highlanders. 

Counties, Aberdeen, Banff, Kincabdine . 
... enant Colonel. — 
Territorial Regiment, Gordon Highlanders (75 F. and 02 F. and Aberdeenshire Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 
3rd (The Buchan), 4th, 5th (Deeside Highland), and 6th Volunteer Battalions Gordon Highlanders. 

Regimental District, INVERNESS, 

Lieutenant Colonel. — James H. Hughes-Hallett, 5 Aug. 02; Colonel, 29 Nov. 00. 
Territorial Regiment, Cameron Highlanders (79 F. and Highland Light Infantry Militia). — Volunteers, 1st 
Volunteer Battalion Cameron Highlanders. 

^J/*\ Q O Regimental District, BELFAST. Counties, Anteim, Down. 

1-1 \J. OO. Lieutenant Colonel. — Folliott S. F. Stokes, 1 Jan. or; Colonel, 10 Jan. 97. 

Territorial Regiment, Royal Irish Rifles (83 F. and 86 F. and N. Down, Antrim, S. Down, and Louth Militia). 

"M"f<l OI7 Regimental District, ARMAGH. Counties, Cavan, Monaghan, Armagh, Louth. 
— 1 \J ■ Of, Lieutenant Colonel. — Daniel A. Blest, 16 Apr. 00 ; Colonel, 8 Jan. 99. 

Territorial Regiment, Royal Irish Fusiliers (87 F. and 89 F. and Armagh, Cavan, and Monaghan Militia). 

"M"/-v OQ Regimental District, GALW AY. Counties, Leitrim, Sligo, Roscommon, Mato, Galway. 
"^ "■ OO, Lieutenant Colonel. — Lionel G. Brooke, CB. 12 Apr. 01 ; Colonel, 1 July 99. 



"\T/"k 7R Regimental District, ABERDEEN 
■L^IU. I U. Lieut, 



No. 79. 



Territorial Regiment, Connaught Rangers I 
Militia). 



i F. ami 94 F. and South and North Mayo, Galway, and Roscommon 



Jtff\ Q "I Regimental District, STIRLING. Counties, Kinross and Clackmannan, Stirling, Dumbarton, 
J- 'I \J • ijX. Argyll, Bote, Renfrew. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — J. M. Hunt, 21 Apr. 02 ; Colonel, 3 Apr. 01. 
Territorial Regiment, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (91 F. and 93 F. and Highland Borderers and Renfrew 
Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Volunteer Battalions Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, iEt 
Dumbarton, 7th Volunteer Battalion Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders. 

"MT^-k T /")/"\ Regimental District, BIRR. Counties, Meath.Westmeath, Longfohd, King's Co., Queen's Co. 
*■' *-'■ _ A w V/« Lieutenant Colonel.— John Grogan Glancy, 26 Aug. 02; Colonel, 12 Aug. 99. 

Territorial Regiment, Prince of Wales's LeinRter Regt. (too F. and 109 F. and King's County Queen's County 
and Meath Militia). 

"M"/-\ IOI Regimental District, TRALEE. Counties, Limerick, Kerry, Cork, Clare. 
■L'lVJ. ■iv/Ai Lieutenant Colonel. — Standish Henry Harrison, 24 May, 02 ; Colonel, 11 Aug. 01. 

Territorial Regiment, Koyal Munster Fusiliers (101 F. and 104 F. and South Cork, Kerry, and Limerick 
County Militia). 



No. 102. 



Regimental District, NAAS. Counties, Dublin, Wicklow, KiLDAiE, Carlow. 
Lieutenant Colonel. — Charles D. Cooper, 22 Dec. 03 ; Colonel 5 June 99. 
Territorial Regiment, Royal Dublin Fusiliers (102 F. and 103 F. and Kildare, Dublin City, and Dublin County 
Militia). 

Rifle Depot, GOSPORT (temp.) 

Lieutenant Colonel.- Edward W. Herbert, 25 May 04 ; Colonel, 15 Oct. 02. 

Quarter Master. — Thomas Riley, 8 Feb. 88 ; lion. Captain, 27 Sept. 92 ; Hon. Major, 1 Jan. 03. 
Line Battalions, 1st to 9th Bns. King's Royal Rifles (60 F. and Huntingdon, 2nd Middlesex, Carlow, and 
North Cork Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 12th (25th and 26th attached), 13th, 21st, and 22nd 
Middlesex, 1st (4th London attached) , 2nd, and 3rd London. 
Line Battalions, 1st to 7th Bns. Rifle Brigade (Rifle Brigade and Queen's Own Tower Hamlets, Longford, 
and King's Own Tower Hamlets). — Volunteers, 7th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 18th, 19th, 20th and 24th Middlesex 
(26th attached), 1st Tower Hamlets, 2nd Tower Hamlets. 

The following Regiments of Militia and Volunteers are attached to the Brigade of Foot Guards : — 
Commando/ Lt. Colonel Grenadier Guards.— Militia: 6th Bn. Royal Fusiliers. Volunteers: 15th and 24th Middle- 
sex, 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th London, 1st and 2nd Tower Hamlets. 

Command of Lt. Colonel Coldstream Guards.— Militia: 7th Bn. King's Royal Rifles. Volunteers: 1st, 16th, 
18th, 19th, 2ist, and 22nd Middlesex. 

Command of Lt. Colonel Scots Guards.— Militia ; 7th Bn. Rifle Brigade. Volunteers: 2nd, 4th, 5th, 7th, 12th 
(25th and 26th attached), 13th, 14th, and 20th Middlesex. 

Guards' Depot. — Caferham. 
Officer Commanding. — Bt.Ma.j or Julian McC. Steele, Coldstream Guards, 1 Mar. 03. 

Adjutant. — Lieut. Guy P. Dawnay, DSO., Coldstream Guards, 5 Nov. 04 
Quarter Master. — Frederick Walker, 13 Jan. 97 ; Hon. Lieut. 

West India Depot. 
Officer Commanding. — Arden L. Bayley, 14 Oct. 03 ; Colonel, 20 Mar. 02. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF REGIMENTAL DISTRICT STATIONS. 



Aberdeen 75 

Armagh 87 

Ashlon 63 

Ayr 21 

Bedford 16 

Belfast 83 

Berwick-on-Tweed 25 

Beverley 13 

Birr 100 

Bodmin 32 

Brecon 24 

Bristol 28 

Bury 2c 

~ iry St. Edmunds 12 

mterbury 3 

JrdiU" 41 



Carlisle 34 

Chester 22 

Chichester 35 

Clonrnel 18 

Derby 45 

Devizes 62 

Dorchester 39 

Exeter n 

Fort George 72 

Galway 88 

Gleucorse 1 

Guildford 2 

Halifax 33 

Hamilton 26, 71 

Hounslow 7,57 

Inverness 79 



Kingston 

Lancaster 

Leicester 

Lichfield 38 

Lincoln 

Maidstone 

Naas 

Newcastle 5, 

Northampton 

Norwich 

Omagh 

Oxford 

Perth 

Pontefract 51, 

Preston 30, 

Reading 



Richmond (Yorks.) ... ig 

Rifle Depot 119 

Shrewsbury 53 

Stirling 91 

Taunton 13 

Tralee :oi 

Warley 44 

Warrington 3, 40 

Warwick 6 

Winchester 37 

Worcester 29 

Wrexham...., 23 

York 14 



XI 8 Regimental District Staff. 

JJfk QI7 Regimental District, WINCHESTER. County, Hampshire 

. . ' Lieutenant Colonel. — James R. Parkinson, 30 Nov. 03 ; Colonel, 24 Mar. 03. 
Territorial Regiment, Hampshire Regt. (37 F. and 67 P. and Hampshire Militia)— Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th 
and 5th (Isle of Wight," Princess Beatrice's") Volunteer Battalions Hampshire Regiment. 

"NT/-\ QQ Regimental District, LICHFIELD. County of Stafford. 
J-W, OO. Lieutenant Colonel.— 

Territorial Regiment, South Staffordshire Regt. (38 P. and 80 P. and 1 Stafford Militia).— Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 
and 3rd Volunteer Battalions South Staffordshire Regiment. 

"Wo R4- Territorial Regiment, North Staffordshire Regt. (64 P. and 98 P. and 2nd and 3rd Stafford 
AN U. \J^£. Militia). — Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Volunteer Battalions North Staffordshire Regiment. 

N"0 *3Q Regimental District, DORCHESTER. County, Dobset. 

bf m " Lieutenant Colonel. — Cecil Henry Law, CB. 4 Aug. 03 ; Colonel, 19 Nov. 01. 

Territorial Regiment, Dorsetshire Regt. (39 F. and 54 F. and Dorset Militia) .— Volunteers, 1st Volunteer Battalion 
Dorsetshire Regiment. 

For No. 40, see No. 8.] 

JJf) A "I Regimental District, CARDIFF. Counties, Pembboke, Cabmabthen, Glamorgan. 
~ JT ' . ^~ ■*■ ' Lieutenant Colonel.— Augustus W. Hill, Ci. 26 Jan. 04 ; Colonel, 27 May 00. 
Territorial Regiment, Welsh Regt. (41 F. and 69 P. and Glamorgan Militia).— Volunteers. 1st, 2nd, awa 3rd 
VolunteerBattalions Welsh Regiment, 3rd Glamorganshire. 

"M"/-\ 4-Q Regimental District, PERTH. Counties, Poefae, Perth, Fife. 

AN vJ. TZ^i . Lieutenant Colonel.— Edward Geo. Grogan, CB. 3 Nov. 02; Colonel, 24 May 02. 

Territorial Regiment, Royal Highlanders (42 P. andyz F. and Perth Militia).— Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 
and 6th Volunteer Battalions Royal Highlanders. 

"fvT/-\ 4-Q Regimental District, OXFORD. Counties, Oxford, Bucks. 

XN vJi TO . Lieutenant Colonel. — James A. Strachan, 23 Oct. 99 ; Colonel, 23 Oct. 99. 

Territorial Regiment, Oxford Light Infantry (43 P. and 52 P. and Bucks and Oxford Militia). — Volunteers, ist 

and 2nd VolunteerBattalions Oxford Light Infantry, 1st Buckinghamshire, 4th Volunteer Battalion Oxford 

Light Infantry. 

f/T_. A A Regimental District, WARLEY. County, Essex. 

XN O. iT. Lieutenant Colonel. — Thomas Stock, 16 May 02 ; Colonel, 16 May 02. 

Territorial Regiment, Essex Regt. (44 F. and 56 P. and Essex Rifles and West Essex Militia).— Volunteers, ist 
2nd, 3rd, and 4th Volunteer Battalions Essex Regiment. 

KT_ A.£\ Regimental District, DERBY. County, Derby. 

XN U. ^fcO • Lieutenant Colonel.— Arthur D. Bulpett, 6 Nov. 03 ; Colonel, 5 Aug. 03. 

Territorial Regiment, Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regt. (45 F.and 95 F. and 1st and 2nd Derby Militia, an 
Sherwood Foresters. — Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Volunteer Battalions Notttingbamsbire and Derbyshir 
Regiment, 1st Nottingham, 4th (Notts) Volunteer Battalion Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment. 

[For No. 47, see No. 30.] 

"M"i-i 2LR Regimental District, NORTHAMPTON. Counties, Northampton, Rutland. 
•LN O. TtO ■ Lieutenant Colonel. — Henry C. Denny, CB. 17 Mar. 04 ; Colonel, 17 Mar. 04. 

Territorial Regiment, Northampton Regt. (48 F. and 58 F. and Northampton and Rutland Militia). — Volunteers, 
ist Volunteer Battalion Northampton Regiment, 

N_ ^Q Regimental District, READING-. County, Berkshire. 
Ui ^fct/i Lieutenant Colonel. — William Augustus Collings, 6 Sept. 02 ; Colonel, 30 Apr. 99. 
Territorial Regiment, Royal Berkshire Regiment (49 F. and 66 F. and Berks Militia). — Volunteers, ist Volunteer 
Battalion Roy! Berkshire Regiment. 

"NT/^ KH Regimental District, MAIDSTONE. Counti/,Partof Kent 
XN U. *J\J. Lieutenant Colonel.— 

Territorial Regiment, Royal West Kent Regiment (50 P. and 97 P. and West Kent Militia).— Volunteers, ist, 2nd, 
3rd, and th Volunteer Battalions Royal West Kent Regiment. 

"NTr* R1 Regimental District, PONTEFRACT. County, West Ridinq of Yobkshiee. 
XN v/ s w A ■ Lieutenant Colonel. — 

Territorial Regiment, The King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry (51 F. and 105 F. and 1 W. York Militia). — Volun- 
teers, ist Volunteer Battalion Yorkshire Light Infantry. 

"W<~» f\^t Territorial Regiment, York and Lancaster Regt. (65 F.anci!84 F. and 3rd West York Militia).— 
XN "■ \J *J • Volunteers, ist and 2nd Volunteer Battalions York and Lancaster Regiment 

N_ CO Regimental District, SHREWSBURY. Counties, Shropshire and Heeefobd. 
(Ji vJO. Lieutenant Colonel. — Cecil H. Collefte, 1 Nov. c2 ; Colonel, 19 Aug. 01. 

Territorial Regiment, Shropshire Light Infantry (53 F. and 85 I. and Shropshire and Hereford Militia). — Volun- 
teers, ist and 2nd Volunteer Battalions Shropshire Light Infantry, ist Herefordshire 

[For No. 57, see No. 7.] 

"|^r_ fiO Regimental District, DEVIZES. County, Wiltshiee. 

XN (J > Dfli Lieutenant Colonel.— Henry Charles Harford, 15 Dec. 02 ; Colonel, 7 Jan. 03. 

Territorial Regiment, Wiltshire Regt. (62 P. and ggF. and Wiltshire Militia). — Volunteers, 1 Wiltshire, 2nd Volun- 
teer Battalion Wiltshire Regiment. 

"NTfi R*^ Regimental District, ASHTON. County, Part of Lancashire. 

XN U> \JO. Lieutenant Colonel. — Charles Parker Ridley, 23 Dec. 02; Colonel, 28 July 99. 

Territorial Regiment, Manchester Regiment (63 F.and 96 F. and 6thLaneashiro Militia.— Volunteers, ist, 2nd, 
3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th Volunteer Battalions Manchester Regiment. 

[For No. 64, see No. 38.] 
[For No. 65, see No. 51.] 
[For No. 68, see No. 5. ] 
[For No. 71, see No. 26.] 



Regimental District Staff. 119 

"V!">-j 70 Regimental District, TORT GEORGE. Counties, 0hf.net and Shetland, Sutherland, Caithness 
*•'■ "■ I £t • Ross and Cromarty, Inverness, Naibn and Elgin. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — James H. Hughes-Hallett, 5 Aug. 02 ; Colonel, 29 Nov. 00. 
Territorial Regiment , Seaforth Highlanders (72 F. and 78 F. and Highland Rifle Militia). — Volunteers, 1st Vol. 
Bn. Seaforth Highlanders, 1st Sutherland, 3rd Vol. Bn. Seaforth Highlanders. 

"M" f*. 17 C Regimental District, ABERDEEN. Counties, Aberdeen, Banff, Kincabdinb. 
- L ~*-'' I *J • Lieutenant Colonel.— 

Territorial Regiment .Gordon Highlanders (75 F. and 02 F. and Aberdeenshire Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, and, 
3rd (The Baehan), 4th, 5th (Deeside Highland), and 6th Volunteer Battalions Gordon Highlanders. 



No. 79. 



Regimental District, INVERNESS. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — James H. Hughes-Hallett, 5 Aug. 02; Colonel, 29 Nov. 00. 
Territorial Regiment, Cameron Highlanders (79 F. and Highland Light Infantry Militia).- 
Volunteer Battalion Cameron Highlanders. 



■ Volunteers, 1st 



"M"fv QO Regimental District, BELFAST. Counties, Antrim, Down. 

m ' °* J " Lieutenant Colonel. — Folliott S. F. Stokes, 1 Jan. 01; Colonel, 10 Jan. 97. 

Territorial Regiment, Royal Irish Rifles (83 F. and 86 F. anrfN. Down, Antrim, S. Down, and Louth Militin). 

No. 87. 



No. 88. 



Regimental District, ARMAGH. Counties, Cavan, Monaghan, Abmagh, Louth. 
Lieutenant Colonel. — Daniel A. Blest, 16 Apr. 00; Colonel, 8 Jan. 99. 
Territorial Regiment, Royal Irish Fusiliers (87 F. and 89 F. and Armagh, Cavan, and Monaghan Militia). 

Regimental District, GAL WAT. Counties, Leitbim, Sligo, Roscommon, Mato, Galwat. 
Lieutenant Colonel. — Lionel G. Brooke, CB. 12 Apr. 01 ; Colonel, 1 July 99. 
Territorial Regiment ,Conna.nght Rangers (88 F. andg\ F. and South and North Mayo, Galway,an<? Roscommon 
Militia). 

Ttff) Q "I Regimental District, STIRLING. Counties, Kinross and Clackmannan, Stirling, Dumbarton, 
±r\\Jt kJ J. , Argyll, Bute, Renfrew. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — J. M. Hunt, 21 Apr. 02 ; Colonel, 3 Apr. 01. 
Territorial Regiment, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (91 F. and 93 F. and Highland Borderers and P.enfrew 
Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Volunteer Battalions Argyll k Sutherland Highlanders, 1st 
Dumbarton, 7th Volunteer Battalion Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders. 

^Tf% TOO Regimental District, BIRR. Counties, Meath.Westmeath, Longford, King's Co., Qcben'sCo. 
"■' Jj'" J-VyVy. Lieutenant Colonel.— John Grogan Glancy, 26 Aug. 02; Colonel, 12 Aug. 99. 

Territorial Regiment, Prince 01 Wales's Leinster Regt. (10c F. and 109 F. and King's County Queen's County 
and Meath Militia). 

"M"/-v 1 Ol Regimental District, TRALEE. Counties, Limebick, Kebby, Cobb, Clabb. 

■■» w« Aw J. ■ Lieutenant Colonel. — Standish Henry Harrison, 24 May, 02 ; Colonel, 11 Aug. 01. 

Territorial Regiment, Royal Munster Fusiliers (101 F. and 104 F. and South Cork, Kerry, and Limerick 
County Militia). 



No. 102. 



Regimental District, NAAS. Counties, Dublin, Wicklow, KiLDiiE, Carlow. 
Lieutenant Colonel. — Charles D. Cooper, 22 Dec. 03 ; Colonel 5 June 99. 
Territorial Regiment, Royal Dublin Fusiliers (102 F. and 103 F. and Kildare, Dublin City, and Dublin Countv 
Militia) . 

Rifle Depot, GOSPORT (temp.) 

Lieutenant Colonel.— Edward W. Herbert, 25 May 04 ; Colonel, 15 Oct. 02. 

Quarter Master. — Thomas Riley, 8 Feb. £8 ; lion. Captain, 27 Sept. 92 ; Son. Major, 1 Jan. 03. 
Line Battalions, 1st to 9th Bns. King's Royal Rifles (60 F. and Huntingdon, 2nd Middlesex, Carlow, and 
North Cork Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 12th (25th and 26th attached), 13th, 21st, and 22nd 
Middlesex, 1st (4th London attached) , 2nd, and 3rd London. 
Line Battalions, istto 7th Bns. Rifle Brigade (Rifle Brigade and Queen's Own Tower Hamlets, Longford, 
and King's Own Tower Hamlets). — Volunteers, 7th, 14th, 15th, 16th, 18th, 19th, 20th and 24th Middlesex 
(26th attached), 1st Tower Hamlets, 2nd Tower Hamlets. 

The following Regiments of Militia and Volunteers are attached to the Brigade of Foot Guards : — 
CommandofLt. Colonel Grenadier Guards. — Militia: 6th Bn. Royal Fusiliers. Volunteers: 15th and 24th Middle- 
sex, 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th London, 1st and 2nd Tower Hamlets. 

Command of Lt. Colonel Coldstream Guards.— Militia: 7th Bn. King's Royal Rifles. Volunteers: 1st, 16th, 
18th, 19th, 21st, and 22nd Middlesex. 

Command of Lt. Colonel Scots Guards.— Militia ; 7th Bn. Rifle Brigade. Volunteers : 2nd, 4th, 5th, 7th, 12th 
(25th and 26th attached), 13th, 14th, and 20th Middlesex. 

Guards' Depot. — Caterham. 
Officer Commanding. — Bt.Major Julian McC. Steele, Coldstream Guards, 1 Mar. 03. 

Adjutant. — Lieut. Guy P. Dawnay, DSO., Coldstream Guards, 5 Nov. 04 
Quarter Master. — Frederick Walker, 13 Jan. 97 ; Hon. Lieut. 

West India Depot. 
Officer Commanding. — Ardcn L. Bayley, 14 Oct. 03 ; Colonel, 20 Mar. 02. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF REGIMENTAL DISTRICT STATIONS. 



Aberdeen 75 

Armngh 87 

Ash ton 63 

Ayr 21 

Bedford 16 

Belfast 83 

Berwiek-on-Tweed 25 

Beverley 15 

Birr 100 

Bodmin 32 

Brecon 24 

Bristol 28 

Bury 2c 

Bury St. E lmunds 12 

Canterbury 3 

Cardiff 41 



Carlisle 

Chester 

Chichester 

Clonmel 

Derby 

Devizes 

Dorchester 

Exeter 

Fort George 

Gal v.iy 

Glencorse 

OuiMford 

Halifax 

Hamilton 26, 

Hounslow 7, 

Inverness 



Kingston 31 

Lancaster 4 

Leicester 17 

Lichfield 38, 64 

Lincoln 10 

Maidstone 50 

Naas 102 

Newcastle 5, 68 

Northampton 48 

Norwich 9 

Omagh 27 

Oxford 43 

Perth 42 

Pontefract 51, 65 

Preston 30,47 

Reading 49 



Richmond (Yorks.) ... 19 

Rifle Depot 119 

Shrewsbury 53 

Stirling 91 

Taunton 13 

Tralee :oi 

Warley 44 

Warrington 3, 40 

Warwick 6 

Winchester 37 

Worcester 29 

Wrexham 23 

York 14 



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EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENTS. 



Royal Military College, Sandhurst. 



Governor and Commandant. — p.s.c. Colonel G. C. Kitson, 

CMG.i 7 Sept. oz. 
Second in Command.— p.s.c. Lt. Colonel J. E. Caunter, 

Lancashire Fusiliers, 6 Oct. 02. 
Adjutant. — Bt. Major H. S. L. Ravenshaw, Devon Regt. 
Quarter Master.— Qr. Master J. C. Duff, RiBe Brigade; 

Bon. Lieut. 1 Feb. 03. 
Riding Master.— A. W. Waite, 17 Sept. 02 ; Hon. Major. 
Surgeon. — Major J. Maher, 26 Aug. 04. 
Assist. Surg.— Lt.Colonel J. Tidbury, lfZ).r.p. 1 Sept. 82. 
Chaplain.— Sen. R. B. P. Wells, MA. 

Commanders of Companies of Gentlemen Cadets, 
p.s.c. Bt. Major H. McConaghey, R. Irish Fua. 28 Jan. 03. 
Major G. H. Nicholson, Hampshire Regt. 28 Jan. 03. 
Major F. A. MacFarlan, Cameron Hldrs. 28 Jan. 03. 
Captain G. Walker. Royal Engineers, 2S Jan. 03. 
Major H. Wells-Cole, t>SO. York Light Inf. 28 Jan. 03. 
p.s.c. Major L. R. Carleton, DSO. Essex Regt. 

Officers of Companies of Gentlemen Cadets. 
p.s.c. Capt. H. C. MacTier, Hampshire Regt. 28 Jan. 03. 
Major A. 0. Lovett, Gloucester Regiment, 28 Jan. 03. 
Capt. F. W. Foley, DSO. R. Berkshire Regt. 28 Jan. 03. 
Major R. C. Luard, Oxfordshire Light Inf. 28 Jan. 03. 
Captain H. C.Pilleau, DSO. R.W.Surrey Regt. 28 Jan. 03. 
Captain R. Ei. H. James, N. Lancashire Regt. 28 Jan. 03. 
p.s.c. Captain A. Bryant, Gloucester Regt. 28 Jan. 03. 



Captain W. E. M. Tyndall, DSO. West Riding Regt. 

28 Jan. 03. 
Captain A. H. Leggett, DSO. R. Scots Fus. 28 Jan. 03. 
Captain C. S. H. Waymouth, Dorset Regt. 28 Jan. 03. 
Captain G. S. H. Browne, Suffolk Regiment, 31 Jan. 03. 
Captain B. St. J. W. Hastings, Liverpool Regiment, 

16 Feb. 03. 
Captain R. A. Gray, Royal Irish Fusiliers, 17 Feb. 03. 
Captain C. H. Harington, DSO. Liverpool Regiment, 

iS Feb. 03. 
Captain M. D. Graham, Northampton Regt. 30 Mar. 03. 
Major C. K. Burnett, 18 Hussars, 27 Apr. 03. 
Captain E. G. Williams, Devon Regt. 27 Apr. 03. 
Captain H. J. Pack-Beresford, Highland Lt. Infantry. 
Captain A. E. St. V. Pollard, Border Regt. 16 Sept. 03. 
Captain J. Brough, Royal Marine Artillery, 26 Oct. 03. 
Captain L. Brandreth,' Royal Fusiliers, 9 Nov. 03. 
Captain A. L. Trevor-Boothe, 4 Hussars, 10 Nov. 03. 
Br. Major M. H. Tomlin, Yorkshire Regt. 19 Feb. 04. 
Captain R. O. H. Livesay, DSO. Royal West Surrey 

Regiment, : Aug. 04. 

MlLITABT PeOFESSOHS AMD INSTRUCTORS. 

Professor of Military Topography . 
Professor of French. — Mons. E. Ruf. 
Instructor in French. — Mons. P. Schieffer. 
Professor of German.— Herr F. G. Zimmermann, MA. 
Instructor in Hindustani. — Major F. R. H. Chapman, 
Reserve (temp.). 18 Sept. 02 



Royal Military Academy at Woolwich. 



Governor and Commandant (with rank of Major General). — 

p.s.c. Colonel H. V. Cowan CVO. 11 Sept. 04. 
Assistant Commandant and Secretary. 

Lieutenants of a Company of Gentlemen Cadets. 
Lieut. J. M'Q. Sealy, Royal Artillery, 1 Apr. 01. 
Lieut. M. A. Beattie, Royal Artillery, 25 Jan. 02. 
Lieut. R. A. Thomas, Royal Artillery, 6 Dec. 02. 

Adj. Sf Qr. Master. — Capt. W. Ellershaw, R.A. 30 Nov. 00. 
Surgeon.— Capt. T. H. J. C. Goodwin, DSO. 24 Dec. 02. 

Chief Instructor of Mathematics and Mechanics. — W- 
Foord-Kelcey, BA. 15 July 03 (27 Apr. 86). 

Instructors of Mathematics. — C. S. Jackson, BA.n Mar. 
98 (17 Mar. 91) ; R. M. Milne, MA. 19 Mar. 00 ; S. de J. 
Lenl'estey, MA. ; W. M. Roberts, BA. 29 Aug. 04. 

Chief Instructor of Fortification <$• Geometrical Drawing. 
Major E. H. W. H. Stafford, R. Engineers. 

Instructors of Fortification and Geometrical Drawing. 

Captain C. W. Singer, Royal Engineers. 
Captain J. J. H. Nation, Royal Engineers. 
Lieut. C. R. Johnson, DSO. Royal Engineers. 
Captain G. H. Addison, Royal Engineers. 

Chief Instructor of Artillery . 
Lt.Colonel E. G. Nicolls, Royal Artillery, 15 Jan. 03. 



Instructors of Artillery. 
Major G. S. B. Lyle, Royal Artillery, 5 June 00. 
Captain A. M. Smith, Royal Artillery, 25 Jan. 03. 
Captain J. H. Massie, DSO. Royal Art. 1 Jan. 04. 
Captain J. G. Dooner, R. Artillerv, 15 Aug. 04. 

Chief Instrucror of Military Topography, 
p.s.c. Major J.H.V. Crowe, Royal Artillery, t Jan. 04. 

Instructors of Military Topography. 
Captain P. E. Lewis, Royal Artillery, 8 Mar. 04. 
Captam K. F. Pearson, East Kent Regiment" 
Captain 0. C, Du Port, Royal Artillery, 1 Jan. 04. 
Lieut. C. W. Biggs, Royal Engineers, 12 Oct. 03. 
Captain H. B. W. Smith-Rewse, R. Artillery, 5 Sept.04. 

Chief Instructor of Tactics.— p.s.c. Bt.Lt. Colonel A. 

Paris, Royal Marine Artillery, 9 Mar. 04. 
Chief Instructor of Experimental Science. — Captain 

R. S. Walker, Royal Engineers, 
Instructor in Electricity.— Lieut. C. S. A. Akerrman, 

Royal Engineers, 26 Jan. 04. 
Instructor in Practical Chemistry — J. Young, Esq. 

25 Sept. 89. 
Lecturer on Chemistry. — C. R. Darling, Esq., 6 Sept. 00. 
Professor of French. — Mons. Albert Barrere, 5 May 00 

(25 Sept. 79). 
Professor of German. — 
Professor of Freehand Drawing.— Lt.Hon. Col. D. T. C. 

Belgrave.ret.pay W. Kent tt. 13 No v. 97 (13 Nov. 90). 
Instructor in Workshops. — E. Ortner, 1 Jan. 99. 



Staff College, Sandhurst. 



Governor and Commandant p.s.c 

,p.s.c 

p.s.c. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals jp.s.c 

[P- 
\p. 

Staff Captain 



. Colonel Sir H. S. Rawlinson, Bart. CB. 5 Dec. 03. 

Lieut.Col. R. C. B. Haking, Hampshire Regiment, 30 Apr. 02 

Lt.Colonel J. T. Johnstcn, Royal Artillery, 30 Apr. 02. 
. Lt. Colonel H. De la P. Gough, 16 Lancers. 
. Lt.Coli nel L. E. Kiggell, 11 Jan. 04. 

Lt.Col. T. Capper, DSO. E. Lancashire Regt. 23 Dee. 02. 

Lt.Colonel G. G. Aston, CB. Royal Marines, 8 Aug. 04. 



Edvcaiional Establishments. 



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School of Gunnery 



Commandant 3[ Superintendent. — Colonel A. J. Nixon. 

Chief Instructors . 
Colonel A. H. Callwell, Roy. Art. (Comdt. Golden mil). 
Lt.Colonel (temp. Colmel) N. B. Ingledeld, Roy. Art. 
15 Feb. 04 (Comdt. Lydd Camp). 



Colonel F. A. Carteis (Comdt. Plymouth), 15 Oct. 03. 
Lt.Colonel R. M. B. F. Kelly, DSO. 2? Apr. 04. 

Brigade Major.- Major A. L. Molesworth, R. Garrison 
Artillery, 6 Feb. 02. 



Instructors in Gunnery. 



Captain C. G. Vereker, 20 Feb. 00. 

Major A. T. Cuming, 27 July 00. 

Captain Hon. M. R. C. Ward (Golden Rill), 10 Oct. oo. 

Major A. S. Jenour (Plymouth), 1 June 01. 

Captain G. P. C. Blount, 1 Feb. 02. 

Captain M. L. Wilkinson, 7 Feb. 02. 

Captain C. C. Noott (Lydd Camp). 1 Apr. 02. 

Capt. G. I. Brierley, DSO. (Lydd Camp), 12 Nov. 02 

Captain H. M. Elliot (Sheernees), 26 Jan. 03. 

Captain A. J. Peile, 10 Feb. 03. 

Captain H. C. Moultrie, 27 Mar. 03. 



Captain C. Howard-Vyse (Leith Fort). 

Captain H. T. Hart, 1 June 03. 

Captain W. E. Castens (Golden Sill), 11 Feb. 04. 

Major L. E. B. Dykes, 16 May 04. 

Assistant Superintendent of Experiments. — Major A. C. 

Currie, 22 Oct. 04. 
2nd do. — Captain K. E. Havnes, 7 Jan. 01. 
3rd do.— Captain R. O. Marton, DSO. 20 June 00. 
4th do.— Captain E. F. Creswell, 1 Feb. 03. 
Adjutant. — Captain E. G. Waymouth, 1 Jan. 04. 
Quarter Master.— T. H. Wright. 3 Jan. 03 ; Son. Lieut. 



Commandant for Horse and Field Artillery.— Colonel W. E. Blewitt, CMG., from Roy. Art., 5 Mar. 04. 



/'Major J. G. Geddes, Royal Artillery, 2 Dec. 01. 

Instructors in GiinnerJ ^ r ieut - <?• S°° n r e ^ R u 0J ', al Ar "" er T' A x ^ ° 4> e 

■'] Major G. H. \V. Nicholson, Royal Artillery, 2S Sept. 04. 



Lieut. O. Rooney, Royal Artillery, 1 Apr. 04. 
Major G. H. W. Nicholson, Roval Artillery, 
(^ Major C. E. D. Budworth, MVO., Royal Artillery,! Oct. oj. 



Ordnance College. 



Commandant.— p.a.c. Colonel A. P. Penton, 23 Apr 04. 

Adjutant.— Captain E. N. Tandy, 27 Oct. 04. 

Chief Instructor of Artillery. — p.a c. Major C. E. 

Phipps, Royal Artillery, 1 Jan. 04. 
Instructors— pa.c. Captain E. Davidson, 1 Apr. 03 ; 

p.a.c. Captain A. B. H. Clerke, Royal Artillery; 

p.a.c. Captain C. H. Liyeing, Royal Artillery; Capt. 

D. Paul, Army Ordnance Department, 17 June 04. 



Professor of Applied Mathematics.— A. G. Greenhill, MA. 

1 Apr. 76. 
Professor of Chemistry— W. R. E. Hodgkinson, Ph.D. 

1 Apr. 00. 
Professor of Electricity. — H. T. Davidge, 1 May 03 
Lecturer on Metallurgy. — H. Bauerman, FGS. 11 July 3o. 
Lecturer on Armour Plates. — 
Lecturer on Machinery. — F. W. C. Dean, 7 Jan. 02. 



School of Military Engineering. 

(For Instructing the Corps in Military Field Works, at Chatham.) 
-General Officer Commanding Thames 



Comman la ,/.- 
District. 

Assistant Commandant.— Col. H. W. Smith Rewse, CYO. 
Brigade Major and Secretary. — Major A. L. Schreiber, 
DSO. Royal Engineers, 1 Oct. 03. 

Instructor in Construction and Estimating.— Major E. M. 
Paul, 7 Sept. 04. 

Assistant Instructors do.— Captain S. G. Faber, 
3 Dec. 00; Captain E. E B. Wilson, DSO. 5 Jan. 03. 

Instructor in Surveying.— Major C. F. Close, CMG. R. 
Engineers. 

Assistant Instructors in Surveying. — Captain C. Russell- 
Brown, :6 Oct. 04 ; Lieut. G. F. Evans, 1 Oct. 04. 



Instructor in Fortification. — p.s.c. Lt.Col. G. M. Heath, 
DSO. 11 June 02. 

Assist. Instructors in Fortification. — Lt. C. B.Thomson, 
7 Sept. 02 ; Captain R. L. Waller, 24 Apr. 04. 

Assistant Instructor for Charge of Workshops. — Captain 

J. N. C. Kennedy, 1 Feb. 01. 
Instructor in Electricity. — Major F. Baylaj', 30 Jan. 01. 

Assist. Instructor in Electricity. — Captain A. D. Garden, 

9 Feb. 00. 
Assistant Instructor in Chemistry, Photoqraphy, dec. — 

Lieut. F. V. Thompson, Royal Engineers, 17 Apr. 04. 
Instructor in Tactics. — Lt.Col. A. W. Roper, 2 Nov. 02. 
Quarter Master. — Hon .Major G. Taylor, R.Eng. 5Feb.o2. 



Schools of Submarine Mining. 



Chief Instructors. 
Captain E. H. Haig, 19 Feb. 00 (1 Apr. 98).— Plymouth. 

iptftin C. B. Collins, 1 Feb. 01.— Portsmouth. 
Capt. G. P. A. Acworth, 1 A.pr. 01.— S.M.E. Chatham. 



Assistant Instructors. 
Captain G. E. J. Durnford, 3 Feb. 00.— S.M.E. Chathan 
Captain J. R. Garwood, 15 Jan. 01. — Portsmouth. 
Captain F. W. Robertson, 24 June 02. — Plymouth. 
1 n trustor.— Captain W. L. Palmer, 1 Apr. 01.— Sheernees. 



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Educational Establishments. 



School of Musketry at Hythe. 

Commandant— p. s.c. Colonel C. C. Monro, 28 Mar. 03. 

Chief Instructor and Staff Officer.— p.s.c. Bt. Major W. D. Bird, DSO. West Surrey Regt. (with rank of Lt.Col.). 

Experimental Officer.— Captain H. P. De la Bere, Royal Scots Fusiliers, 17 Sept. 04. 

7- , . /Major R. V. Kellett, Royal Irish Regiment, 28 Deo. 01. 

™ \ Captain C. E. Etches, Warwick Regiment. 

t Captain H. M. A. Hales, Bedford Regiment, 1 Apr. 02. 

Assistant Instructors \ ? a P tai 5 C ; B ' A r B " S - Bffr-Carr Rifle Brigade. 
) Lieut. G. J. P. Geiger, Welsh Fusiliers. 
( Lieut. R. W. Bradley, DSO. South Wales Borderers. 
Quarter Master and Acting Adjutant. — Frank Bourne, 1 1 May 93 ; Hon. Captain, 21 May 00. 
Surgeon. — Lt.Colonel W. M. James, retired pay, 26 May 98. 
1 Capt. Bourne served in the Kafir war in 1877-78 and took part in the operations against the Galekas ; also in 
the Zulu war in 1S79 including the defence of Rorke's Drift (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and Medal 
for Distinguished Conduct in the Field). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1887-89 (Medal with Clasp). 



School of Signalling. 



Dep. Assist- Adj. Gen. for Signalling.— Lt.Col. S. E. O'Leary, Royal Irish Fusiliers, 9 Oct. 02. 
Assistant to do.— Captain G. R. Gem, Royal Sussex Regiment, 13 Jan. 04. Aldershot. 



Aldershot. 



Balloon Factory. 

Superintendent. — Colonel J. L. B. Templer, Reserve, 1 Apr. 97. 



Medical Staff College. 

Commandant and Director of Studies. — Lt.Colonel H. E. R. James (temp. Colonel), 4 Aug. 02. 



Peopkssobs. 
Clinical and Military Surge-y. — Colonel W. F. Stevenson, 

CB. MB. (with rank of Surgeon General) 10 Aug. 92. 
Clinical and Military Medicine. — Colonel K. M'Leod, 

MD., late Bengal Estab., 1 Aug. 97. Netley. 
Military Hygiene. — Lt.Colonel R. H. Firth, 29 Sept. 00. 
Pathology.— Major W. B. Leishman, MB. 1 Feb. 03. 



Assistant Peofessoes. 
Military Hygiene.— Captain C. E. P. Fowler, 29 July 03. 
Pathology. — Captain D. Harvey, MB. 1 Feb. 03. 
Secretary (with rank of Major). — 



Royal Military School of Music, Kneller Hall. 

Commandant. — Colonel F. O. B. Foote (from h.p. Royal Artillery), 10 Dec. 00. 

Quarter Master and Adjutant. — J. Bett, Hon. Capt. 24 Oct. 01. 

Director of Music— Arthur J. Stretton, MVO. 25 Mar. 96 ; Qr. Mr. Sf Hon. Lieut. 



The Duke cf York's Royal Military School. 

Commissioners. 

Ex Officio. 

The Secretary of State for War, President. 

The Bishop of London. 

The Bishop of Winchester. 

The Paymaster General. 

The Under Secretaries of State for War. 

The Quarter Master General. 

The Adjutant General. 

The Governor of Chelsea Hospital. 

The Lieutenant Governor of Chelsea Hosnital. 

The Chaplain General. 

The Judge Advocate General. 



Specially Appointed. 

Colonel H.H. H". The Prince of 'Wales and Duke /"Cornwall 
and York, KG. KT. KP. GCMG. GCYO. R. Fus. &o. 
General Sir R.C.H.Taylor.GOB.CameronHighlanders. 
p.s.c. Major General J. P. Battersby, retired pay. 
General Sir F.C. A. Stephenson, GCB. Coldstream Gds. 
General SirM. Dillon, KCB. CSI. West York Regt. 
Maj. General J. W. Thomas, CB. Hampshire Regiment. 
General Sir E. G. Bulwer, KCB. Welsh Fusiliers. 
Lt.General G. Le M. Tupper, Royal Artillery. 

Commandant. — Colonel A. W. McKinistry, 28 Sept. 03. 

Quarter Master and Adjutant. — J. S. Dyke, Hon. Major, 
16 Apr. 04. 

Medical Officer. — Major J. Fayrer, MD. 

Chaplain. — Rev. G. H. Andrews, MA. 

Head Master— J W. Cunningham, 29 Dec. 02. 

Masters— H. Hussey ; W. L. B. White, 17 Feb. 01 ; W. 
J. Ruthven, 6 Apr. 03 ; A. W. AVarren, 8 Aug. 03 ; 
W. G. Fairbrother, 26 Apr. 04. 



Royal Hibernian Military School, Dublin, 

Commandant. — Colonel R. Wynyard, MVO. Royal 

Artillery. 
Quarter Master and Adjutant. — Benjamin Smyth, MYO. 

24 Jan. 95 (r Dec. 80) ; Hon. Major, 1 Jan. 03. 
Medical Officer.— Lt.Colonel F. S. Heuston, CMG. 
Chaplains. — Rev. J. M. Hamilton, MA., Bev. J. P. 

M'Swiggan, Bee. A. D. Purefoy, M.A. 
Head Master. — W. Townley, 29 Dec. 02 ; Hon. Dient. 
Master (for Pupil Teachers). — L. E. White, 1 Apr. 03. 
Masters— 3. O'Kelly, 1 Jan. 00: A. J. H. M'Cleesh, 

27 Aug. 02; H. H. Wright, 14 Oct. 04. 



Army Schools. 

Inspector of Army Schools, with hon. rank of Captain. 

Wal. W. Clarke 23 Jan. 04 

Henry M'llroy 28 Feb. 04 

Inspectors of Army Schools, with hon. rank of Lieut. 

Fred. G. Hendley 28 Dec. 94 

Chas. Lincoln 2 June95 

Thos. Wright 2 Sept.95 

J. W. Cunningham..: 24 Dec. 95 

Fred. Freeman 29 Dec. 95 

Aug. Barton 18 Dec. 96 

H. C. Elliott 1 Apr. 97 

Chas. Jas. Vasey 8 July 07 

Robt. Geo. Cooke n Dec. 98 

Wm. Townley 28 Dec. 98 

Saml. Geo. Goater 1 Apr. 00 

John Hy. Head 27 June 00 

Wm. Walker 9 Sept.oo 

Fred. Chandler 9 Sept.oo 

Thos. Greenwood 23 Jan. 01 

Jas. H. Howell 27 June 01 

A. E. Hodgkins 30 Oct. 01 

J. Cunningham 30 July 02 

G. H.Atkinson 29 Dec. 02 

A. Gott 8 Jan. 03 

T. H. Dimick 5 Feb. 03 

J. B. Hughes 1 Apr. 03 

E. C. Whittle 1 Apr. o 

John W. Thomas 3 Sent.o 

W. L. Wingfield 4 Nov. 



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ORDNANCE FACTORIES. 

Chief Superintendent Ordnance Factories H. F. Donaldson, M.Inst. CE. 15 Dec. 03. 

Ht Military Assistant to Chif Superintendent Major H. B. Strange, Royal Artillery, 1 Sept. 04. 

2nd Military Assistant to Chief Superintendent p.a.c. Captain J. G. M. Watson, Royal Artillery, 7 Feb. 03. 

Civil Assistant J. T. La Brooy, 16 July 00. 



Royal Arsenal, Woolwich. 



Royal Carriage Factory. 
Superintendent, p.a.c. Major F. T. Fisher, Royal 

Artillery, 1 Nov. 01. 
Assistant Superintendent, p.a.c. Captain C. R. B. Owen, 

Royal Artillery, 1 Feb. 02. 

Royal Laboratory. 
Superintendent, p.a.c. Major H. H. W. Barlow, Royal 

Artillery, 1 July 02. 
Assistant Superintendent, Major H. J. C. Dennis, Royal 

Artillery, 1 Apr. 02. 
Inehargeof Danger Buildings, Capt.C.J.D.Freeth.R. Art. 

14 Sept. 99; Captain \7. L. Brown, R. Art. 25 Apr. 03. 

Royal Gun Factory. 
Superintendent, Lt.Col. H. C. L. Holden, R. Art.i July 99. 
Assistant Superintendent, Lieut. C. R. Acklom, R.N. 



Building Works. 
Superintendent, Colonel A. H. Bagnold, 1 Aug. 03. 
First Assistant, Major J. R. Young, Royal Engineers, 

3 Jan. 01. 
Second Assistant, Major N. Kirby, Royal Engineers, 

13 Nov. 00. 
Third Assistant, Quarter Master and Lieut. H. Mitchell, 

Royal Engineers, 20 Mar. 04. 
Railway Traffic Manager, Capt. G. B. Kensington, Royal 

Engineers (temp.). 



Medical Officers (Royal Arsenal). 
Major J. C. Jameson, MB., 14 Oct. 02. 
Major E. M. Pileher, MB., DSO. 26 Sept. 02. 
Lt. Colonel S. F. Lougheed, MB. CMG. 1 Aug. oi. 
Major H. N. Dunn, MB. Royal Army Medical Corps, 
17 June 04. 



Royal Small Arms Factory at Enfield. 

Superintendent, Colonel H. S. S. Watkin, CB. ret. pay, 

18 Aug. 99. 
Assistant do., Major J. B. Pym, R. Marines. 

Royal Small Arms Factory at Birmingham. 

Superintendent, Colonel F. W. J. Barker, retired pay, 



Ro 



yal Artillery, 1 Oct. 92. 



Royal Gunpowder Factory at 
Waltham Abbey. 

Superintendent, Major F. L. Nathan, Royal Artillery, 

21 Jan. 00. 
Assistant Superintendent, p.a.c. Captain W. H. W. Hope, 

Royal Artillery, 12 Apr. 04. 
In charge of Danger Buildings, Captain G. de S. Dudley, 

Royal Artillery, 27 Apr. 03. 



Royal Army Clothing Factory. 



Chief Ordnance Officer . 



Colonel C. G. Jean3 | Storekeeper 

Medical Officer, Ui£ Lt.Colonel J. H. Reynolds, MB. r p. 



.H. L. Kenneiy. 



Consulting Engineer 



Brennan Torpedo Factory. 

,L. Brennan, CB. \ Superintendent .. 



.Capt. C. F. Rundall, R. Eng. 



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COMMITTEES. 

Ordnance Committee. 

( Under the Director General of Ordnance. 

President p.a.c. Lt. General John F. Owen, CB. Royal Artillery, n Feb. 02. 

Vice-President Rear Admiral A. A. C. Parr, R.N., 5 June 02. 

I Dr. A. Dupre, FSS. (for Explosives). 



Members. 



Rear-Admiral R. F. 0. Foote, CM G. R.N 14 July 04 

p.s.c. Bt.Colonel B. S. Baldock, CB 14 July 03 

p.a.c. Colonel R. H. Mahon 1 Feb. 04 

Lt. Colonel J. H. Cowan 1 Oct. 02 

Lt. Colonel H. P. Hickman 1 Feb. 04 

p.a.c. Lt.Colonel L. T. Pease 20 Feb. 03 

Captain M. Singer, R.N 8 Juneo4 

Sir B. Baker, KCMG. M.Inst. CM. FES. LLD. 
H. R. A. Mallock, Esq., PES. 



W. Kellner, Ph.D. PIC. FCS. 



Associate Members. 
Colonel W.B. Blewitt, CMG. (for Field Artillery). 
Bt.Col. W. F. Cleeve, R. Garr. Art. (for Mountain Art.). 
p.s.c. Lt.Colonel N. B. Inglefield, DSO. (for Siege 

Artillery), 
p.a.c. Lt.Colonel F. F. Minchiu, R. Art. {for rijling of 

B. L. Guns). 
A.G.Greenhill, MA.(forMathematics applied to Gunnery). 

Secretary Bt. Lt.Colonel S.B. VonDonop, R. Artillery 1 Apr. 04 

Assistant Secretary Commander M. H. Cobbe, R.N 9 Nov. 04 

Specially Employed Captain P. K. Lewes, Royal Artillery 7 Feb. 03 

Curator of To&er Armouries H. A. Visct. Dillon, Pres. Soc. Ant. 1 Jan. 99 



Army Sanitary Committee. 

President Surgeon General Sir W. Taylor, MB. KCB. KBP. (Director General, Army Med. Ser. 

Members. 



Colonel H. Locock, CB. retired pay, 1 July 9o(iNov.87). 
Sir C. A. Cameron, Ent. CB. MD. 9 Sept. 90. 
Surgeon Colonel J. Richardson, MB. retired Indian 
Medical Service (for India), 13 July 96. 

Secretary E. T. Gann, 12 Feb. 02 



Colonel C. E. Heath, 1 Jan. 02. 
Major T. McCulloch, JIB. 25 Feb. 03 
Cobnel A. M. Branfoot. 



Royal Engineer Committee. 



President p.s.c. T<H Major General Sir R. C. Hart, KCB. 2 Dec. 02 

Ex-officio Members. > 

Colonel W. J. Mackenzie 27Juneo4 

Major H.N. Dumbleton t Feb. 01 

Lt.Colonel G. M. Heath, DSO nJuneo2 

Major C. F. Close, CMG. Royal Engineers ...13 Feb. 02 



p.s.c. Major F. R. F. Boileau 3 May 02 

Major F. Baylay 30 Jan. 01 

Major E. M. Paul 6 Sept.04 

Captain G. P. A. Acworth 1 Apr. 01 



Associate Members. 



Lt.Colonel J. E. Capper, CB. R. Engineers. ..22 Aug. 04 

Major W. B. Brown, Royal Engineers 14 July 04 

Major H. B. H. Wright, Royal Engineers ...12 Dec. 02 

Major S. H. Powell, Royal Engineers 9 Jan. 04 

Major G. A. Travers, Royal Engineers 12 Dec. 02 



Secretary Major G. H. Harrison, 6 May 02. 



Captain R. H. H. Boys, DSO 10 July 03 

Captain C. H. H. Nugent 13 Nov. 99 

Captain H. G. K. Wait 4 Feb. 01 

Captain W. J. Johnston, Royal Engineers ... 2 Apr. 03 
W. Kellner, Ph. D.FIC.FCS 21 June 93 



Army Railway Council. 

President p.s.c. Colonel H. M. Lawson, CB. A.D.C. (with rank of Brigadier General). 

Members. 



Captain C. J. Briggs, R. N. 

Lt.Colonel Commandant J. C. Hawkshaw, Engineer 

and Railway Volunteer Staff Corps. 
Lt.Colonel Sir J. W. Wolfe-Barry, KCB, Engineer 

and Railway Volunteer Staff Corps. 
Lt.Colonel Sir F. Harrison, Engineer and Railway 

Volunteer Staff Corps. 
Lt.Col. J. F. S. Gooday.Eng. and Rail.Vol. Staff Corps. 
Lt.Colonel Sir C. J. Owens, Engineer and Railway 

Volunteer Staff Corps. 



Lt.Colonel J. C. Inglis, Engineer and Railway 

Volunteer Staff Corps. 

Lt.Colonel R. Millar, Engineer and Railway Volun- 
teer Staff Corps. 

Lt.Colonel V. W. Hill, Eng. and Rail. Vol. Staff 
Corps. 

p.s.c. Bt.Major W. Campbell, DSO. Gordon Highldrs. 

p.s.c. Major G. M. Harper, DSO. Staff Captain for 
Mobilisation. 

Lt.Colonel H. Plews, Great Northern Railway,Ireland . 



Establishment and Loads Committee, Aldershot. 

President Chief Staff Officer, 1st Army Corps. 

Ex-officio Members. 



Assistant Adjutant General. 
Assistant Quarter Master General. 
Director of Transport 1st Army Corps. 
Chief Ordnance Officer. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General, or Deputy Assist 
Quarter Master Geueral of a Division. 

( Assist. Director Military Training, Army Head Quarters. 
Associate Members < Deputy Assist. Director of Equipment & Ord. Stores (Mobilisation Equipment). 

(.Deputy Assist. Director of Equipment & Ord. Stores (Patterns of Stores). 
Secretary Dep. Assist. Qr. Mr. Gen. 1st Army Corps (Mobilisation and Intelligence). 



Brigade Major 1st Cavalry Brigade. 

Staff Officer to General Officer Commanding Royal 

Artillery. 
Officer Comdg. Troops and Companies, R. Engineers. 
Officer Comdg. Depot Royal Army Medical Corps. 



Miscellaneous Establishments. 



125 



MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISHMENTS. 



Cavalry School. 



Commandant.— p.s.c. Colonel Son. J. H. G. Byng, MVO. 7 May 04. 

Instructor* — Major lord C. C. Beminck, 9 Lancers, 1 May 04. 
Major H. Dibble, Riding Master, 7 Hussars, 6 July 04. 

Adjutant and Quarter Master — Major M. Archer Shee, DSO. 19 Hussars, 1 May 04. 



Riding Establishment.— Canterbury. 

Major. — Major F. H. Eadon, 21 Lancers, 13 Feb. 02. 

Siding Master. — George Matthews, 13 Nov. 95 (8 Feb. 82) ; Son. Major, 13 Nov. 95 



Remount Establishment. 



Inspector General. — p.s.c. Major General F. W. Benson, 

C'-B. 18 July 03. Sead Quarters. 
Deputy Inspector General for lit mounts. — Colonel 

U. G. C. de Burgh, CB. 17 Nov. o*. 
Staff Captain.— Captain L. R. G. bell, t Apr. 02. 
Quarter Master. — Hon. Lieut. T. A. Heath, 24 Jan. 03. 



Assistant Inspectors. 

Colonel B. L. Tollner, CB. ret. pay R. Artillery, 25 Nov. 99 

(23 June 89). Woolwich. 
Colonel H. P. Douglas-Willan, CB. Res. or Officers, 

8 Sept. 02. Dublin. 
Major General H. Pipon, CB. rot. pay, 10 Aug. 03. 

Edinburgh. 
Lt. Colonel D. E. Wood, ret. pay- Leicntter. 
Colonel C. H. Bridge, CB. CMG. 14 Oct. 03. Beading. 



Home Depots. 

Quarter Masters. 
Hon. Lieut. J. E. Darby, 4 Mar. 00. Dublin. 
Hon. Lieut. G. Harlow, 16 Oct. 01. Woolwich. 
Lieut. J. T. Higgins, Army Service Corps. Dublin. 
Major R. Donnelly, Riding Master, r.p. 18 Mar. or. 

Canterbury, 
Hon. Lieut. J. Barry, 4 Sept. 03. Wokingham. 
Attached. 

Lieut. W. P. C. Cantrell-Hubbersty, 15 Hussars. 
Melton Mowbray. 

Veterinary Officer*. 

Major J. A. Moore, 20 Feb. 01. Dublin. 
Major F. W. Sharp, DSO. 1 Apr. 04. Woohrich. 
Captain W. X. Wright, 1 Apr. 07. Wokingham. 
Captain F. H. Shore, 20 Aug. 04, Melton Mowbray. 



South Africa Depots. 

Assistant Adjutant. General for Remounts, South Africa 

Staff Officer Lieut. D. Lynch, Royal Fusiliers. 



Officers of the Regulars, Army Reterce, Militia, Ice., attached, showing dates of posting to Remounts. 

BLOEMFONTEIN. MOOI RIVER. 

I aptiiin A. W. Grepe, Royal Artillery, 16 Jan. 04. ' Hon. Major E. G. Tomblings L Rdg. Mr. 8 Hrs. 26 Feb. 00. 



Hon. Lieut. A. Clarke, Quarter Master, 3 Feb. ™. 



Captain E. M. Birch, DSO. Royal Artillery, t 7 Nov. 03. 
Hon. Lieut. G. Duncan, Quarter Master, 7 Feb. 00. 



Royal Hospital, Chelsea. 

Governor '. 

Lt. Governor ir Secretary p.s.c. Major General G. Salis-Schwabe, CB. 12 June 98. 

Assistant Secretary W. T. Hughes, 23 Mar. 03. 

Adjutant Major G. E. E. G. Cameron, Gordon Highlanders, 1 Aug. 03. 

Chaplain Rev. J. H. S. Moxley, BA. 25 Mar. 96. 

Physician and Surgeon (with rank of Colonel) ... Lt.Coloncl C. Seymour, MB. Royal Army Med. Corps, 3 June 04. 

Deputy Surgeon ' Lt.Colone.l R. W. Ford, DSO. 17 Aug. 01. 

Dispenser {House Surgeon) J. Hague, MRCS. LRCP. 1 Jan. 97. 

Quarter Master Charles Organ, 11 Son. Major, 1 Oct. 03. 



I2G Miscellaneous Establishments. 

Captains of Invalids. 

Captain J. Vander H. Rees, 2 late 40 F. Major E. Brutton, retired pay. 

Major J. W. Daniell,* retired pay. Major A. S. Carter, retired pay. 

Major E. W. Humphry, retired pay. Captain G. Pearson, retired pay. 

2 Captain Rees served in the New Zealand war in 1864-65, and was severely wounded in the engagement at 
Te Arei( Medal). 

3 Major Organ served in the Nile Expedition in 1S84 85 with the 1st Battalion Yorkshire Regiment on the 
Lines of Communication up the Nile. Served with the Soudan Frontier Force in 1885-86 during the operations 
on the Uoper Nile, and was present in the engagements at Giniss (Medal with Khedive's Star). Served in the 
South African war in 1399-1902 with the 1st Battalion Yorkshire Regiment, and took part in the operations round 
Colesberg in Jan. 1900 ; took part in the relief of Kimberley, the march along the Modder River, including the 
engagements at Paardeberg, t-oplar Grove, and Driefontein, and the capture of Bloemfontein ; in the advance 
on Dewetsdorp, including the engagement at Leeuwkop ; in the march from Bloemfontein to Pretoria, including 
the passage of the Vet, Zand, and Vaal Rivers; the engagements at Kroonstad, Brandfort, and Johannesburg; 
occupation of Pretoria and the advance into the Eastern Transvaal, including the engagements at Diamond 
Hill and Belfast. Employed as Regimental Transport Officer from Dec. 1900 till Sept. 1902 (mentioned in 
despatches ; hon. rank of Major, Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

4 Major J. W". Daniell served in the Burmese war in 1852-53 and was present at the relief of the garrison of 
Pegu and in the different engagements in the vicinity; also accompanied the Martaban Column (Medal with 
Clasp). Served throughout the Indian Mutiny campaign of 1857-59, including the battle of Bidleckaserai, siege of 
Delhi with repulse of sorties on 23rd June, and 5 th and 14th. July— severely wounded. Also present at the siege and 
capture of Lucknow in March 1858, including actions ; afterwards served in the action of Burree and throughout 
the campaign in Oude (Medal with two Clasps). 

Judge Advocate General's Office. 

Office, 7, Victoria Street, S.W. 

Judge Advocate General St. Son. Sir F. H. Jeune, GCB. 

Deputy Judge Advocate General..... E. Bonus, Esq. {temp.). 

Deputy Judge Advocate p.s.c. Colonel J. L. C. St. Clair, CMG. 14 May 96. 

Royal Hospital, Kilmainaam. 

Mister The Commander of the Forces in Ireland. 

( Colonel J. Davidson, 3rd Army Corps, 1 Dec. 00. 

Joint Deputy Masters {p.s.c. Colonel Hon. A. H. Henniker-Major, CB., 22 Feb. 04. 

Captain of Invalids Major George Cresswell, retired pay. 

Adjutant and Secretary Major J. Fielding, Qr. Mr. retired pay, 3 Nov. 91. 

Physician and Surgeon Lt.Colonel F. S. Heuston, CMG. R. A. Medical Corps, 1 Oct. 02. 

Quarter Master L. C. Page, -ffon. Captain, 10 Nov. 02. 

Army Pay Office. 

Paymaster General St. Son. Sir S. B. Crossley, Bt. MVO. MP. 

Assistant Paymaster General C. J. Mande, Esq. 

Army Purchase Commission. 

Commissioner General Sir R. Biddulph, GCB. GCMG. Col. Comdfc. R. Art, 

Military Prisons. 

Inspector General Lt.Colonel R. A. Henderson, 1 Apr. 04. 

Inspectors T 

Aldershot, Governor Major G. S. Haines, 27 Mar. 96. 

Medical Officer Lt.Colonel E. M. Wilson, CB., CMG., DSO., retired pay. 

Bermuda, Superintendent Major J. R. Ritchie, Royal Artillery, 27 Oct. 04. 

q ci ;,. Captain E. M. K. Parsons, W. Riding Regiment, 8 Dec. 02. 

Colchester ...■■■■■■■.'■■■■ Major E. W. K. Money, Shropshire Light Infantry, 10 Apr. 00. 

Cork Governor Major P. C. F. Atherley, Dei by Regiment, 29 July 01. 

Medical Officer Lt.Colonel U. A. Jenings, MD. retired pay. 

Curraqh Major C. J. Morse, East Lancashire Regiment, 11 June 01. 

(Lt.Colonel F. H. Chapman, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry, 
Devonport \ I3 g ep t. 04. 

Dover Governor Major C. C. Daniel, Rcyal Scots, 1 Apr. 01. 

Medical Officer Lt.Colonel R. W. Barnes, retired pay. 

Dublin Governor Captain R. D. Turton, Cheshire Regiment, 19JUI3-01. 

Medical Officer'.'. Lt.Colonel J. McGann, retired pay. 

Gibraltar Captain R. Morris, Reserve, 20 Aug. 01. 

Gosport Governor' Major R. W. Andrews, retired pay, Border Regiment, 26 Feb. 98. 

Medical Officer.'.'.'.'.'... Captain E. Chandler, h. p. 

Jamaica Superintendent Captain G. E. Hewett, West India Regiment, 25 July 03. 

Kandy Ceylon, Superintendent Major F. H. Hotham, Royal West Kent Regiment, 20 June 04. 

Malta Governor '. Captain W. H. Hardyznan, West India Regiment. 

Mauritius Superintendent p.s.c. Major W. 0. Bridge, South Staffordshire Regiment. 

Stirhnq ' Captain G. H. Ledward, Border Regiment, 1 Apr. 01. 

Woking, Governor' '.'.'.'.'..'... ¥ a J? r , F - ?- T P i? fe.\¥ ay ° 2 ' 1rT1 .. -, 

Medical Officer Lt.Colonel J. E. Fishbourne, MD. retired pay. 

Wynburg, Cape Colony Captain P. Umfreville, West Kent Regiment, 12 May 02. 

Medical Officer Lt.Colonel T. B. A. Tuckey, retired pay. 

Blue. — Facings Red. 

Tower of London. 

( General Sir Frederick G. A. Stephenson, GCB. Coldstream 

Constable j Guaids, 21 Mar. 98. 

Lieutenant General Lord W. F. E. Seymour, 1 Sept. 02. 

Major Major-Gen. G. B. Milman, CB. Northamberlai-d Fus. 29 Aug. 79 

jftXo?d^w!!!!^r.!"^!!!"!!'.!!i".l»i"-".»'." '.'.'..'..... Major J. Meek, MD. R.A M.C. 



List of Officers, now serving, who lave passed the Staff College. 



1-7 



PasseJ, December 1864. 

Y€ Wood, General Sir H. E., GCB. 
GCMG. 

Passed, December 1865. 



Passed, December 1869. 
Chapman, General E. F., CB. R. Art. 

*»* In 'Cai foregoing lists the names 
are placed in the Order of Merit in 
which the Officers passed the final 
Examination, as officially notified ; 
but, the Order of Merit in which 
Officers have passed out of the Staff 
College having ceased to be disclosed, 
their names in the following lists are 
consequently given in the Order ol 
Merit in which they passed into the 
Staff College. 

Passed, December 1871. 
Schwabe, Major General G. S., CB. 

Passed, December 1872. 

Collen, Major General Sir E. H. H., 
GCIE. CB. Ind. Army (paused into 
the College with the preceding Class). 



Passed, Deoember 1873. 



Passed, December 1871. 

Burnett, Major-General 0. J., CB 
K-i-HGM. 

Passed, December 1875. 
Kelly-Kenny, Lt.Gen. Sir T., GCB. 



Passed, December 1877. 

Hildvard, Lieut. General SirH. J. T., 

KCB. 
Hughes - Hallett, Colonel H. T., 

h.p. Middlesex Regt. (57 F.) 



Auld, Major General R 



)U- 



Passed, December 1878. 
Miles, Major General H. S. G., CB, 
HVO. h.p. Munster Fusiliers. 



Passed, December 1879. 

•Elles, Major General Sir E. R., 
KCB. KCIE. Royal Artillery. 

Jocelyn, Colonel J. R. J. (from 
R.Art.) 

Craigie, Colonel J. H. S., Highland 
Lt. Inf. 

Passed, December 1880. 

Montgomery, Major General R. A.. 
CB. R. An. 

Benson, Major General F. W., CB. 
h.p. 17 Lancers. 

Browne, Colonel G. F., DSO-, h.p. 
Northamptonshire Regt. (48 F.) 

Romilly.Bt.Colonel F. W., CB. DSO. 
Scots Guards. 

Bullock, Colonel G. Iff.. CB. Devon 
Regt. 

Godfray, Colonel J. W., CB. Regi- 
mental District. 

T£ Hart, Major Gen. Sir Reginald 
C, KCB. (from Roy. Engineers). 

Jeffreys, Colonel P. D., CB. h.p. 
Connaught Rangers (88 F.) (passed 
into College with preceding Class). 



Passed, December 1881. 

Murray, Major General Sir J. W., 

KCB. Royal Artillery. 
Johnson, Colonel R. F., CMG. Royal 

Artillery. 
Herbert, Colonel I. J. C, CB. CMG. 

h.p. Grenadier Guards. 
Dawson, Colonel D. F. R., CMG. 

h.p. Coldstream Guards. 
Peacocke, Col. W., CMG. R.E. (passed 

info College with the preceding Class). 
Hutton, Major General .Sir E. T. H., 

KCMG. CB. (do.). 



Passed, December 1832. 

Haig, Lt. Colonel H. de H., R. Eng. 
Leefe, Colonel J. B., R. Mar. Art. 
Trotter, Colonel J. K., CB. fMG. 
Dalton, Colonel J. C, R. Artillery. 
Mortimer, Colonel H. B., h.p. North 

Staffordshire Regt. 
Stephenson, Colonel T. E., CB. (from 

Essex Regiment). 
Bromfield, Col. F. W. 



Passed, December 1883. 

Grove, Colonel E. A. W. S., CB 

W. Kent Regt. 
Beckett, Colonel C. E., CB. 
Codrington, Colonel A. E., Cold- i 

stream Guards, & Regimental Dist. 
Stone, Bt.Colonel F. G., R. Artillery. 
Settle, Major General SirK.U.,KCB. 

DSO. Royal Engineers. 
St. Clair, Colonel J. L. C, CMG. 
Grant, Major General U. F., CB. 
iTH Ridgeway, Col. R. K., 2nd Army 

Corps. 
Barter, Col. C. St. L., CB. 
Mortimer, Lt.Colonel C. L., h p. 



Passed, December 1884. 

Lake, Colonel P. H. N., CB. h.p. 

E. Lane. Regt. 
Moody, Bt.Col. R. S. H-, CB Irish 

Fusiliers. 
Banfield, Colonel R.J. F., CB. h.p. 

Welsh Regiment. 
Hammond, Colonel P. H., R. Art. 
Lawrence, Colonel R. 0. B., h.p. 

1 Dragoon Guards. 



Passed , December 1885. 

Stopford, Major General Son. Sir 
F. W., KCMG. CB. 

Grierson, Maior General J. M., CB. 
CMG. MVO. Royal Artillery. 

Foster, Lt.Col. H. J., R. Engineers. 

Dunlop.Bt. Colonel H. C, Royal Art. 

Penton, Major Gen. H. E., Ind. Army 

Colville, Bt.Colone! A. E. W., CB. 
h.p. 

Adair, Colonel ".V. T., R. Marines. 

Hogge, Col. J. W., CIE. Ind. Armv. 

Inglefield, Bt.Coi.F. S., DSO. E. York- 
Regiment. 

Napier, Colonel Hon. J. P. (h.p. to 
Hussars.) 



Passed, December 1886. 

Wyndham, Col. W. G. C, CB. 
Allen, Bt.Col. A. J. W., h.p. The Buffs. 
Callwell, Lt.Col. C. E., R. Art. 
Fleming, Lt.Colonel E.W. (from R. 

Artillery). 
Agar, Lt.Col. E., Royal Engineers. 
Smith, Bt.Col. W. A., OB. R. Artillery. 



Fletcher, Col. W.B., h.p. from Roy. 
Artillery. 

Daniell, Lt.Col. J. F., R. Marines. 

Jones, Lt.Colonel A. E., Indian Army 

Smythe, Lt.Col. H. H., Scots Fus. 

Crmston, Lt.Col. E. B., CB. Argyll 
and Sutherland Highlanders. 

Bethnne, Colonel E. C, i5 Lancers. 

Simpson, Bt. Col. C. R., h.p. Middle- 
sex Regiment. 

Mackenzie, Bt.Colonel G. F. C, CB. 
h.p. Suffolk Regiment. 

Williams, Lt.Col. R. B., Somerset 
Light Infantry. 

Wogan-Browne^ Colonel P. W. N., 
h.p. 3 Hussars. 

Kitchener, Major General F. W..C.B. 

Eustman, Lt.Col. W. I.. R.M. Art. 

Passed, December 1887. 

Reade, Bt.Colonel R.N.R., h.p.Shrop- 

shire Light Infantry. 
Banning, MajorS. T., Munster Fus. 
Waters, Colonel W. H. H., CVO. 

h.p. Royal Artillery. 
Waldron, Col. F., CB. R. Artillery. 
Hamilton, Lt.Col. W.G., DSO. Norfolk 

Regiment. 
Franklyn, Major General W. E., CB. 

York Regiment. 
Beatson, Lt.Colonel F. C, CB. Wilts 

Regiment. 
Caunter, Lt.Col. J. E., Lane. Fas. 
Plumer, Major General H. C. O., CB 

h.p. York and Lancaster Regt. 
Kitson, Colonel G. C, CMG. h.p. 

King's Roval Rides. 
Gatliff, Colonel A. F., R. Marines. 
Morrison, Major C. G., 1 Dragoons. 
Lawson, Colonel H.M., CB. R. Eng. 
Reuny, Col. A. M., Ind. Army (passed 

into Colleqe with preceding Class). 
Creagh, Major General A.G., CB. R. 

Art. (do.). 
Collings, Colonef W. A., Regimental 

District. 
Hammersley, Col. F., Asst. Adjutant 

General, Irish Command. 

Passed, December 1838. 

Barker, Colonel J. S. S., CJJ.Rov.Art. 
Baldock, Colonel T. S., CB. Royal 

Artillerv. 
Kemball, Colonel G. V., CB. DSO. 

Royal Artillerv. 
O'Leary, Major W. E., Irish Rifles. 
Paris, Lt.Col. A., Roval Marine Art. 
Heath, Lt.Colonel F. C, R. Eugrs. 
Hegan, Col. E., h.p. 
Smith Dorrien, Major General H. L., 

CB. DSO. 
Munro, Major L., Hampshire Regt. 
McGrigor, Lt.Colonel C. R. R., CB 

King's Royal Rifles. 
Watts, Lt.Colonel C. N., Nottingham 

and Derbyshire Regiment. 
Barnardiston, Colonel N. \\ T .,MVO. 

Middlesex Regiment. 
Gordon, Lt. Col. C. H. 
Burnoy, Colonel H. H., CB. Gordon 

Highlanders. 
Bewicke-Copley, Col. R. C. A. B., 

CB. h.p. King's Royal Rilles. 
Armitage, Major J. L., Inniskilling 

Fusiliers. 
Adye, Colonel J., CB. R. Artillery. 
Henniker-Major, Colonel Hin. A. H. 

CB. Coldstream Guards. 



Passed, December 1889. 

Bethcll.Col. E. H., DSO. R. Engs. 
Sinclair, Colonel H. M. 
McCracken, Lt.Colonel F. W. N., 

DSO. Berkshire Regiment. 
Duff, Major General B., CB. CIE. 

Indian Army. 
Robb, Colonel F. S., MVO. h.p. Dur- 
ham Light Infantry- 
Ellison, Lt.Col. G. F., CB. Warwick 
Regiment. 



* Passed the Final Examination without having gone through the College. 



9 



List of Officers, now serving, who have passed the Staff College. 



128 



Drake, Lt.Col. H. D.,R. Marine Art. 
Leverson, Lt.Col. G. F., R, Eng. 
Belfield, Colonel H. E., CB. DSO. 

(fromW. Riding Regiment), 
effrejs, Colonel H. B., CB. R. Art. 
Hamilton, Major A. B., King's Own 

Scottish Borderers. 
Shute, Lt.Col. H. G. D., DSO. Cold- 
stream Guards. 
Guinness, Colonel H. W. N., CB. 

Regimental District. 
Altham, Col.E. A., CMO. h.p.R. Sc. 
Goldschmidt, Major E. S. D., Royal 

Irish Fusiliers. 
Littledale, Col. H. C. T.,4 Dr.Gds. 
Dalrvmple-Hamilton, Colonel Hon. 

N. de C, MVO. h.p. 
Cavendish, Major A. E. J., CMG. 

Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders, 
du Boulay, Major N. W. H., R. Art. 
Burn -Murdoch, Col. J. F., CB. 

1 Dragoons. 

Passed, December 1890. 
De Brath, Major General E., CIE. 
Pemberton, Lt.Col. E.St. 0., R. Eng. 
Chance, Lt.Co'. H., Royal Artillery. 
Inglefield, Lt.Col. N. B.', DSO. R. Art. 
Western, Lt.Col. W. G. B., CB. W. 

Kent Regiment. 
Fairholme, Major W.E., CM8.MV0. 

Royal Artillery. 
Granet, Bt.Lt.Colonel E. J. 
Cole, Lt.Col. A. W. G. L., DSO. 

Welsh Fusiliers. 
Poett, Lt.Col. J. H., CB. Dorset Rgt. 
Monro, Colonel 0. C. 
Ventris, MajorGeneralF.,h.p. Essex 

Regiment. 
Pedley, Major O. H., Northumber- 
land Fusiiiers. 
Young, Colonel J. C. 
Western, Lt.Colonel J. S. E., Royal 

West Kent Regiment. 
Macdonald, Major N. D., Wilts Regt. 
Greenfield, Colonel R. M. (Prom 

Inniskilling Fusiliers). 
Lawrence, Major H. D., East Surrey 

Regiment.. 
Broadwood, Colonel R. G., CB. 12 

Lancers. 
Sitwell, Lt.Colonel W. H., DSO. 

"N ovthumberland Fusiliers. 
Courtenay, {'<>]■ E, R. (from Regt], 

District). 
UCLysons, Colonel H., Bedfordshire 

Regiment. 

Passed, December 1891. 
Talbot, Colonel Hon. M. G., R. Eng. 
Laffan, Lt.Col. H. D., R. Engineers. 
Davies, Lt.Col. F. J., Grenadier 

Guards. 
Bunbury.Lt.Col.W. E., Indian Army 
Crawford, Major A., B. Artillery. 
Wintour, Lt.Col. F., Norfolk Regt. 
Hawkins, Colonel J. W., h.p. 
Vyvyan, Lt.Colonel C. B., E. Kent 

Regiment. 
Gleichen, Lt.Col. A.E.W.Counr.CJIff. 

CTO. DSO. Grenadier Guards. 
Woodward, Major E. M., Leicester 

Regiment. 
Blood, Major W. P., Irish Fusiliers. 
Lindley, Col. Hon. J. E. (from h.p. 

1 Dragoons). 
Ewart, Colonel J. S., CB. Cam. 

Highlanders. 
Aston, Lt.Col. G.G., CB. R.Mar. Art. 
Camble.Major R,N.,DSO.Berks Rgt. 
Hamilton, Maj. Gen. Sir B. M., KCB. 
Cowans, Colonel J. S., MVO. 
Richardson, Major A. J. .E.YorkRegt. 
Pinney, Lt.Colonel R. J.,R. Fusiliers, 
Johnson, Col. Sir H. A. X?.,Bart. 
Younghusband, Lt.Colonel G. J., 
CB. Indian Army. 

Passed, December 1892, 
Rycroft, Major W. H., 11 Hussars. 
Wathen, Major E. 0., 5 Lancers. 
Cowan, Colonel H. V. (from R. Art.). 
Dawkins, Col. H. S.. R. Artillery. 
Baker, Major G. D., R. Artillery. 
Chiu-chill, Major A. B. N., Royal Ait 



Stanton, Major H. E. , DSO. R. Art. 

Macbean, Maior W. A., Royal Art. 

Hickson, Col. S. A. E., DSO. R. Eng. 

Heath, Lt.Col. G. M. , DSO. Royal Eng. 

Surtees, Colonel H., DSO. h.p. Cold- 
stream Guards. 

Smith, Bt.Lt.C'ol.G.R.F.,Coldst. Gds. 

Pilcher, Colonel T. D., CB. 

Walter, Major J. M., DSO. Devon 
Regiment. 

Graham, Col. E. R. C, CB. h.p. 
Cheshire Regiment. 

Lomax, Colonel S. H. 

James.MajorB. R., Royal Warwick- 
shire Regiment. 

Bonus, Major W. J., DSO, Dorset 
Regiment,. 

Shekleton, Lt.Colonel H. P., S. 
Lane. Regiment. 

Fitton, Lt.Colonel H.G., DSO. RDyal 
West Kent Regiment. 

Morland, Lt.Colunel T. L. N., CB. 
DSO. h.p. King's R. Rifle Corps. 

Carleton, Lt.Col. F. R. C. h.p. Irish 
Fusiliers. 

Delme-Radeliffe, Lt.Colonel C, Con- 
naught Rangers. 

Rodwell, Maj. E. H., Indian Army. 

Watkis, Col. H. B. B., Indian Army 

Shore, Major O. B. S. F.,DSO. Indian 
Army. 

Selwyn, Major C. H., Indian Army. 

Passed, December 1893. 
Shadwell, Major L. J., Lancashire 

Fusiliers. 
Dawkins, Lt.Col. J. W. G., CB. Royal 

Artillery. 
Cramnton, Lt.Col. P. J. R.,R. Art. 
Cadell, Major J. F., Royal Artillery. 
Rose, Major J. M., R. Marine Art. 
Clauson, Captain J. E., Royal Eng. 
Massy, Lt.Colonel P. H. H., h.p. 6 

Dragoon Guards. 
Bowes, Major W. H., Scots Fus. 
White, Major R. W. P., Welsh Regt. 
Edwards.Major F. J. M., DSO. Indian 

Army. 
Wilson, Lt.Col. H. H.,D,SO.RifleBrig. 
Hamilton, Colonel H. I. W., DSO. 

h.p. West Surrey Regiment. 
Rawlinson, Colonel SirS. S., Bart., 

CB. Commandant Staff College 
OhrtycbiiJ, Colonel A. Q,, b.p, '1; 

Lancers. 
Dyas, Major J. R., Warwick Begt. 
Ley, Major W. G„ N. Stafford Regt. 
Watson, Major W. A., Indian Army. 
Donne, Colonel H. R. B., h.p. 

Norfolk Regiment. 
Banks, Ma jorW.S., Dorsetshire Regt. 
Marrable, Major A. G., York Lt. Int. 
Montagu, Major E., Suffolk Regt. 
Gordon, Lt.Col. Hon.F., DSO. Gordon 

Highlanders. 
Gaisford, Lt.Col. R. B., CMG. Scots 

Fusiliers. 
Snow, Colonel T. D'O. 
Bayly, Colonel A. W. L., CB. DSO. 

Indian Army. 
Hamilton Gordon, Colonel A., R. Art. 
Haldane, Lt.Col. J. A. L., DSO. Gor- 
don Highlanders. 
Tweddel, Major F., Indian Army. 

Passed, December 1S94. 

Kenny, Lt.Col. H. T., Indian Army. 

Doran, Lt.Col. W. R. B., DSO. Iri'sh 
Regiment. 

Montgomery, Lt.Col. R. A. K., DSO 
Royal Artillery. 

Loch, Major H. F., Indian Army. 

Keir, Colonel J. L., Royal Artillery. 

Norie, Major E. W. M., Middlesex 
Regiment. 

Trench, Lt.Col. F. J. A., DSO. Royal 
Artillery. 

Shute, Major C. D., Rifle Brigade. 

White, Lt.Col. W. L., R. Artillery. 

Dudgeon, Major F. A., South Lan- 
cashire Regiment. 

Heard, Major E. S., Northumb. Fus. 

Nicholson, Captain C. L., York Regt. 

Carleton, Major L. R., DSO. Essex 

Regiment. 



Brandcr, Lt.Col. H. R.,Indian Army. 
Conway-Gordon, Major L., Royal 

Marine Artillery. 
Kiggell, Lt.Colonel L. E., Warwick 

Regiment. 
Fortescue, Lt.Colonel Hon. C. G. 

CMG. DSO. Rifle Brigade. 
Warner, Major R. H. L., Army 

Service Corps. 
Byng, Colonel Hon. J. H. G., MVO. 

10 Hussurs. 
Hume, Major C. V., DSO. Royal 

Artillery. 
Wood, Lt.Colonel H. St. L. DSO., 

h.p. Dorsetshire Regiment. 
Mittord, Col. B. R,, DSO. 
Capper, Colonel W. B., North- 
ampton Regiment. 



Passed, December 1895. 

Henderson, Dt.Cclonel D., DSO. 
Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders- 

Fasson, Major D. J. M., R. Artillery. 

Vallancey, Major H. d'E., DSO. 
Argyll and Sutherland Highlandrs. 

Dowding, Capt. H. H.H., Essex Regt. 

Ducrot, Major L. H., R. Artiillery. 

Chichester, Major A. A., DSO. Dorset 
Regt. 

Coffin, Captain C, Royal Engineers. 

Massy, Lt.Col. W. G., Royal Artillery. 

Ludlow, Major E. R. O., Array Ser- 
vice Corps. 

Dunlop. Major A. S., R. Artillery-. 

Gwatkin, Lt.Colonel W. G., Man- 
chester Recriment. 

Evans, Lt.Colonel H. J., Liverpool 
Regiment. 

Bird, Major S., Royal Fusiliers. 

Taylcr, Major E. T., Cheshire Begt. 

Maunsell, Major F.R., CMG. R. Art. 
(admitted without competition). 

Hickman, Major H.O. D.,Inniskiltin£? 
Fusiliers (do.). 

Alderson, Colonel E. A. H., CB.West 
Kent Regiment (do.). 

Fortescue, Lt.Col. F. A. King's Royal! 
Rifles (do.). 

Adye, Major W., Irish Rifles (do.). 

Ducat, Lt.Col. C. M., Ind. Army (do). 

Philipps, Major I., DSO. ret. Indian 
Arm}' (do.) 



Passed, December IS9ff. 
Graham, Major H. W. G., DSO 

Perceval, Major E. M., DSO. B. Art. 
Thompson, Lt.Col. W. A. M., B. Art. 
Tennant, Major H. L., Royal Art. 
Ewbank, Major W., Royal Eng. 
Kirkpatrick, Lt.Col. G. M., R. Eng. 
Barter, Major B. St. J., Lincoln Regt. 
Sladen, Lt.Colonel J. R. F., East 

Yorkshire Regiment. 
Sloman, Major H. S., DSO. E. Surrey 

Regiment. 
Skinner, Lt.Col. F. St. D., Susses 

Regt. 
Bridge, Major W. C, South Stafford 

Regiment. 
Barthorp, Major A. H., Northampton 

Regiment. 
Hamilton, Major L. A. H., York L. I. 
Strachey, Major R. J., 1 Provisional 

Battalion. 
Carter, Major E. E., CMG. MVO. 

A. S. Corps. 
Young, Major F. de B., Indian Army. 
Clay, Major C. H., Indian Army. 
Tod, Major J. K., Indian Army. 
Du Cane, Lt. Col. H. J., Roy. Art 
Maude, Major F. S., CMG. DSO. Cold- 
stream Guards. 

Passed, December 1837. 
Allenby, Colonel E. H. H., CB.6 Drag- 
Johnston, Lt.Colonel J. T., R. Art. 
Burrowes, Major H. &., B. Artillery. 
Furse, Major W. T., DSO. R. Art. 
Edmonds,' Major J. E.,R. Engineers. 
Macdonogh, Major G. M.W., R. Eng. 
O'Donnell, Major H., W. York Regt . 
Gogarty, Mojor H. E., Scots Fus. 



List of Officers, now serving, ivlw have passed the Staff College. 



izSa 



Blair, Captain A., BSO. King's Own 

Scottish Borderers. 
Buckley.Capt. E.J.,Inniskilling Fus. 
Capper, Lt.Colonel T., BSO. E. Lane. 

Regt. 
Anderson,MajorW..T.,W.RidingRegt. 
Haking,Lt.C'ol. R. C.B.,Hamp.Regt. 
PLipps, Major P. R., Dorset Regt. 
Biddulph, Maj. H. M.. Rifle Brigade. 
Holloway, Major B., Indian Army. 
Willoughtry, Major M. E., Ind. Army. 
Dyer, Major R. E. H., Indian Army. 
Birkbeck, Lt.Colonel W. H., CB. 
Haig, Maj. Gen. D., CB. 17 Lancers. 
Findlay, Lt.Colonel N. D., R. Art. 
Sandbacb, Colonel A. E., BSO. 

Royal Engineers. 
Dougias, Colonel W., BSO. Royal 

Scots. 
Stopford, Lt.Col. L. A. M., Irish Gds. 
Heath, Colonel H. N. C, York 

Light Infantry. 
Colomb, Major F. C, Indian Army. 



Passed, December 189S. 
Wyndham, Lt.Colonel G. P., 16 

Lancers. 
Symonds, Major G. D., Royal Art. 
Owen, Major F. C, Royal Art. 
Molony, Major F. A., Royal Eng. 
Ruggles-Brise, Major H. G., Grena- 
dier Guards. 
England, Major T. P., Royal Fus. 
Bannatyne.CaptamW. S.Livrpl. Rgt. 
Everett, Maj. H. J., Somerset Light 

Infantry. 
May, Captain W. S. R., E. York Regt. 
Fowle, Major T. E., Bedford Regt. 
Tuson, Captain H. D. Border Regt. 
Banon, Major F. L.,Shrop. Lt. Inf. 
Oxley, Major R. B., K. Royal Rifles. 
Burrowes, Captain A. R. , Irish Fus. 
KiDg-Saltcr, Major H. P., Rifle Brig. 
( 'Hmo, Major V. 0., W. India Regt, 
Barrow, Major G. de S.,Ind. Army. 
Holman, Capt. II. C, BSO. Indian 

Army. 
Robertson, Colonel W. R., BSO. 
Thompson, Lt.Col. C.W,DSO. 7 Brag. 

Guards. 
Stewart, Major R. S , L'pool Regt. 
Murray, Colonel A. J., CB. BSO. 
Nugent, Major O. S. W., BSO. 

King's Royal Rifles. 
Fox-Strangeways, Capt. T. S. Irish 

Rifles, 
nonstock, Lt.Colonel F. T., West 

African Regiment. 

Passed, December 1899. 
Crowe, Major J. H. V., Royal Art. 
Milne, Lt.Col. G. F.,DSO. Royal Art. 
Baldwin, Major J. G., R. Art. 
Ward, Major M. C. P., Royal Art. 
Ballard, Major C.R., Norfolk Regt. 
Ross, Captain C, BSO. Norfolk 

Regiment. 
Pollard, Capt. J. H. W., Scots Fus. 
iiart-S.ynnot, Captain A. H. 8., DSO. 

East Surrey Regiment. 
Thompson, Major R. W., BSO. N. 

Lancashire Regiment. 
Elles, Major A. W., York Lt. Inf. 
Dnndas, Captain F. 0., Argyll and 

Sutherland Highlanders, 
liennick, Major F., Indian Army. 
Knight, Major W.C., DSO.Ind. Army 
Home, Major J. M., Indian Army. 
Mackenzie, Colonel C. J., CB. 

Seaforth Highlanders. 
Cleevo, Major F. J. S., Royal Art. 
Gay, .Major A. w., DSO. Royal Art. 
Hunter-Weston, Lt.Colonel A.G. 

BSO. Royal Engineers. 
Fowler, Major 3.8., 2380, R. Eng. 
f&onck, Major C. S.O., Coldstream 

Guards. 
J. uden-Bell, Major A. L., East 

Kent Regiment. 
Braithwaite, Major W. P., Somer- 
set Light Infantry. 
MacTier, Major H. C, Hants Regt. 
Pratt, Major B. St.G., BSO. Durham 

Light Infantry. 



Chapman. Lt.Col. A. J., Dublin Fus. I Richardson, Capt. C.W. G., Indian 
Yarde-Buller. Major Son. 11., j Ai-my. 
BSO. Rifle Brigade. | Taylor, Capt. R. O'B., Ind. Army. 



1900. 

The following Officers, who, in 
consequence of being employed on 
active service in South Africa, have 
been unable to complete the full 
course of two years at the Staff Col- 
lege, are held to have graduated:— 
Adams, Capt. VV. A., ; Lancers. 
Gough, Lt.Col. H. delaP., 16 Lancers 
Perceval, Major C. J., BSO. R. Art. 
Hudson, Maj. T. R. C, Royal Art. 
Gorton, Capt. R. St. G., Royal Art. 
Hare, (.'apt. R. H, BSO. Royal Art. 
Russell, Capt. E. S. E. W., R. Art. 
Williams, Major H. B., BSO. Royal 

Engineci'S. 
Coffin, Capt. Clifford, Royal Eng. 
Hood, Capt. lion. G. A. A., Gr. Gds. 
Lambton, Major Son.W., BSO. Cold- 
stream Guards. 
Godlev. Lt.Colonel A. J., Irish Gds. 
King-King, Major J. G., BSO, W. 

Surrey Regiment. 
Turner, Maj. F. C, Northumb. Fus. 
Whigham, 'Major R. D., BSO. War- 
wickshire Regiment. 
Hickie, Lt.Col. W. B.. Royal Fus. 
Clarke, Mai. J. L. J., E. York Regt. 
Wolley-Dod, Major O. C, BSO. 

Lancashire Fusiliers. 
Fearless, Capt. C. W., S. Wales Bor. 
Leverson, Capt. H. A., Inniskil. Fus. 
Davie, Capt. K. M., Gloucester Regt. 
Jervis, Capt. S. J., S. Stafford Regt. 
Cameron, Maj. A. R., R. Highra. 
Fansbawe, Lt.Col. R., DSO. Oxford 

Lt. Inf. 
Bonham, Major W. F., BSO. Essex 

Regiment. 
De Lisle, Lt.Col. H. deB., CB. DSO. 

Durham Light Infantry. 
Stockwell, Major G. 0. I., BSO. 

Highland Light Infantry. 
Campbell, Major W., BSO. Gordon 

Highlanders. 
Romer, Maj. C. F., Dublin Fus. 
Waterfield, Major A. C. M., MVO. 

Indian Army. 
Turner, Capt.H. H. F., Ind. Army. 
M'Conaghey, Major H., Irish Fus. 
Cockerill, Major G. K., Warwirk- 

Regiraent. 

Passed, December 1901. 

Brooke, Lt.Cul.R.G.,D,SO. 7 Hussars. 

Peyton, Lt.Col. W. E., 15 Hussars. 

Tagart, Major H. A. L., BSO. 15 Hns. 

Dallas, Major A. G.,' Durham L. I. 

Combe, Major K., Royal Artillery. 

Montgomery, Capt. II. M. de F. 
Royal Artillery. 

Wood, Major T. B., Royal Artillery. 

Roberts, Captain H. B., Royal Art. 

Harper, Major G. M., BSO. Royal 
Engineers. 

Fraser, Major T., Royal Engineers. 

Boileau, Major F. R. V., Roy. Eng. 

Bird, Major W. D., BSO. West Sur- 
rey Regiment. 

Lascellcs, Major A. E., Norfolk Regt. 

Wood, Captain E. FitzG. M., BSO. 
Devon Regiment. 

Duncan, Capt. J., BSO. Scots Fus- 

Marden, Capt. T. O., Cheshire Regt. 

Marindin, Capt. A. II., Royal High- 
landers. 

Ready, Captain F. F., BSO. Royal 
Berkshire Regiment. 

Yate, Capt. C. A. L„ York. Lt. Inf. 

MacEwen, Major D.L., Cameron 
Highlanders. 

Churchcr, Major D. W., Irish Pas, 

Abercrombie, Captain A. W., Con- 
naught Rangers. 

Denny, Major W. A. C, Army Ser- 
vice Corps. 

Rice, Major G. B. H., Indian Aray. 

Mobcrlv, Maj. F. 3., DSO. Ind. Army 

Norie, Maj. C. E. de M., DSO. In 
dian Armr. 



Passed, December 1902. 
Cavzer, Major J. S., 7 Dragoon Gds. 
Brooke, Capt. V. R. , DSO. 9 Lancers. 
Symons, Captain A., 13 Hussars. 
Rougemont, Major 0. H. de, DSO. 

Royal Artillery. 
East, Capt. L. W. P. , DSO. R. Art. 
Beynon, Captain H. L. N., R. Art. 
Lyon, Major F., BSO. R. Artillery. 
Tulloch, Major J. A. S., R. Eng. 
Chancellor, Capt. J. R., BSO. Royal 

Engineers. 
1"C FitzClarenee, Major C, 1 Gds. 
Hull, Major C. P. A., R. Scot. Fus. 
Haig, Major A. E., King's Own, 

Scottish Bcrd. 
Uniacke, Capt. R. F., R. Innis. Fus. 
Bryant, Capt. A., Glouces. Regt. 
Meynell, Capt. G., Shrop. Lt. Inf. 
Serocold, Capt. E. Pearce, K. R. 

Rifle Corps, 
dimming, Major H. R., Dur. Lt. Inf. 
Thesiger, Lt.Col. G. H., Rifle Brigd. 
Moorcs.Capt. C. F., BSO. A. S.Crps. 
Senior, Capt. H. W. R., Ind. Army. 
Rattray, Capt. (.'., Ind. Army. 
Elsmie, Capt. A. M S., Ind. Army. 
Geoghegan, Major S., Ind. Army. 

Passed, December 1903. 
Ansell, Bt.Major G. K., 6 Dragoons. 
Vaughan, Bt.Major J., BSO. 7 Hus. 
Lawrence, Bt.Major F. R., BSO. 

14 Hussars. 
Money, Bt.Lt.Col. A. W., R. Art. 
Stewart, Captain C. G., BSO. R.Art. 
MacMunn, Bt.Maj.G.P.,DSO. R.Art. 
Cape, Captain G. A. S., R. Art. 
Donaldson, Capt. J. W. E., R. Art. 
Franks, Captain G. McK.. R. Art. 
de Brott, Capt. H. S., BSO. R. Art. 
Ogg, Captain W. M., R. Art. 
Sarders, Captain G. A. F., R. Eng. 
Wilkins. Captain H. St. C, Royal 

West Surrey Regiment. 
Geddes, Major A. D., E. Kent Regt. 
Carleton, Bt.Major F. M., BSO. 

Royal Lancashire Regiment. 
MartiD, Bt.Major A. R. S., Royal 

Lancashire Regiment. 
Meiklcjohn, Captain R. F., DSO. 

Royal Warwick Regiment. 
Finlay, Captain F. n., Suffolk Regt. 
Welch, Capt. M. II. E., R, Irish Regt. 
Hancox, Major H. P., Royal Innis- 

killing Fusiliers. 
Roper, Captain R. T., Dorset Regt, 
Sol ly-Flood , Captain A. , DSO. South 

Lancashire Regiment. 
Maurice, Bt.Major F. B., Notts, and 

Derbyshire Regiment. 
Ui£ Pennell, Captain H. S., Notts. 

and Derbyshire Regiment. 
Knight, Bt.Maj. G. C, N. Lancs.Rgt. 
Buckle, Captain M. P., DSO. Royal 

West Kent Regiment. 
Hall, CaptaiD G. 0. W. G., Yorkshire 

Light Infantry. 

Ross, Captain R, J. , Middlesex Regl. 

Montagu-Stuart- Wortlev, Maj. Ron. 

A. R., BSO. King's R. Rifle Corps. 

Wilson, Captain C. W., BSO. King's 

Royal Rifle Corps. 
Wilson, Capt, A. H. H., Wilts Regt. 
Kerr, Bt.Major F. W., DSO. Gordon 

Highlanders. 
VIS Mciklejohn, Captain M. F. M„ 

Gordon Highlanders. 
Campbell, Bt.Major J., DSO. Came- 
ron Highlanders. 
Malcolm, Captain N., BSO. Argyll 

and Sutherland Highlanders. 
Long, Bt.Major S. C., Rifle Brigade. 
Morris, Capt.' lion. G. H., Rifle Brig. 
Grogan, Captain Sir E. I. B., Bar/. 

Rifle Brigade. 
Boddam, Capt. E. B. C, Ind. Army. 
King, Captain S. W., Indian Army. 
Battinc, Capt. R. St. C, Ind. Army. 
Farquharson, Capt. II. D., R. Mar. 



I2C 

Officers under Section V., Paragraph 74 
Staff Employment in consequence of 
Passing the Staff College. 

Generals. 

Kitchener, H. U.Visct.,GCB. OM. GCMG. Royal Eng. 
Grenfell, F. W., Lord, GCS. GCMG. 

Lieutenant Genebals. 

Butler, Sir W. F., KCB. 
Nicholson, Sir W. G., KCB. Royal Engineers. 
Hamilton, Sir I. S. M., ECB. DSO. 
Stewart, Sir R. M'G., KCB. Royal Artillery. 

Majob Genebals. 

Rundle, Sir R. SI. L., KCB. KCMG. DSO. Royal Art. 

Morton, Sir G. de C., KCIE. CB. 

Lane, R, B., CB. CVO. 

Slade, F. G., CB. 

Slade, J. R. CB. Royal Artillery. 

Kelly, Sifff. F..KCB. 

Wynne, A. S., CB. 

Wood, Sir E., KCB. Royal Engineers. 

Clement?, R. A. P., CB. DSO. A.D.C. 

Colonels. 

Crofton, II. S., CB. DSO. h.p. 

Hemming, F. W., CB. 

Money, G. L. C, CB.,DSO. A.D.C. h.p. 

Lievtenant Colonels. 
Pink, F. J., CMG. DSO. West Surrey Regiment. 

Majobs. 

Hobday, E. A. P., Royal Artillery. 
Scudamore, C. P. DSO. Scots Fusiliers. 
Butcher, A. E. A., MVO. DSO. Royal Artillery. 
King, A. J., DSO. Lancaster Regiment. 
Bernard, E. E., Army Service Corps. 



, of the Queen's Begulations Qualified for 
Service on the Staff in the Field, ivithout 



Asser, J. K., Dorset Regiment. 
Watson, J. K. CMG. DSO. King's Royal Rifles. 
Wilkinson, E. B., Lincoln Regiment. 
Hoskins, A. R., DSO. North Stafford Regiment. 
Wells-Cole, H., DSO. Yorkshire Light Infantry. 
Green-Wilkinson, L. F., Rifle Brigade. 
Margesson, E. W., Norfolk Regiment. 
Sillem, A. F., Royal West Surrey Regiment. 
Atcherley, L. W., Army Service Corps. 
Boger, R. W., Royal Artillery. 
Stirling, C, Royal Artillery. 
Madocks, W. R. N., Royal Artillery. 
Miller, A. D., DSO. 2 Dragoons. 
Bradford, E. R., Seaforth Highlanders. 
Marker, R. J., DSO. Coldstream Guards. 
Gascoigne, E. F. O. DSO. Grenadier Guards. 
Bright, R. A., Marine Artillery. 
Lempriere, H. A., DSO. 7 Dragoon Guards. 
Shea, J. S. M., DSO. Indian Army. 
Y<C Colvin, J. M. C, Royal Engineers. 
Lowther, H. C, DSO. Scots Guards. 
M'Clintock, R. S., Royal Engineers. 

Captains. 

Warre, H. C, DSO. King's Royal Rifle Corps. 

Higginson, C. P., DSO. Shropshire Light Infantry. 

McMicking, H., DSO. Royal Scots. 

Weldon, F. H., DSO. Notts and Derby Regiment. 

Macandrew, H. J. M., DSO. Indian Aimy. 

Lea, H. F., Yorks Regiment. 

Daniel', E. H. E., DSO. Royal Irish Guards. 

Wilkinson, H. B. Des V., Durham Light Infantry. 

Perceval, A. J. B., DSO. Northumberland Fusiliers. 

Hare, R. W., DSO. Norfolk Regiment. 

Maclnnes, D. S.,DSO. Royal Engineers. 

Lieutenants. 



Yeomen of the Guard. 

His Majesty's Body Guard. 

(Instituted by Henby VII. in the Yeab 1435.) 

Captain Rt. Hon. William Frederick, Earl Waldegrave, 26 Aug. 96. 

Lieutenant Lt.Colonel Sir R. Hennell, 1 DSO. late Bombay Inf., Col. Comdt. and Hon. Col. late 1 Vol. Bit. 

Middlesex Regt. 2 Dec. or. 
Ensign Lt.Colonel Richard Geo. Ellison, 2 CT'O. late of 47 Foot, Hon. Col. zVol.Bn. Lincoln Regt. 4 Oct. 92. 

Exons. 
Lt.Colonel Charles Doyle Patterson, 3 late of 10 Foot, 13 Feb. 62. 
Bt. Major Hon. Francis Lionel Lydston Colborne, 5 ret. pay Irish Rifles, 16 Nov. 92 ; Lieut. Colonel 

Commandant 24 Middlesex Volunteer Rifles. 
Captain Houston French/' retired pay 2 Life Guards, 26 May 93. 

Captain Femvick Bulmer de Sales La Terriere,' ret. pay 18 Hussars; Hon. Colonel late 7 Battalion 
Royal Fusiliers, :S Jan. 02. 
Clerk of the Cheque and Adjutant.— Major E. H. Elliot,? ret. pay Royal Artillery, 10 Dec. 01. 

140 Yeomen. 
Agents. — Messrs. Cox and Co. 

1 Sir R: Hennell served in the Abyssinian Expedition in 1867-68 (Medal); in the Afghan war 1879-80 
(Medal) ; in the Burmese Expedition 1885-87 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, DSO.). 

.2 Colonel Ellison served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 in the 47th Regt., including the battles of Alma and 
Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, siege of Sebastopol, and sortie on 26th Oct. (Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian 
and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

3 Lt.Colonel Patterson served with the 10th Regt. in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the battle of Sobraon 
(Medal). Also the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the whole of the siege operations before Mooltan, action 
of Soorjkhoond, carrying the heights before Mooltan, capture of the Dowlut Gate in command of the storming party, 
surrender of the fortress, and battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Commanded three companies of the 10th 
Regt. in Shahabad with Major Eyre's field force at Dilawur, and capture of Jugdespore, and was mentioned in des- 
patches for his gallantry (Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

5 Lt:Colonel the Hon. F. L. L. Colborne served in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and took part in the march to Candahar 
with the force under Major General Phayre (Medal). Served with the Natal Field Force in the Boer war of 1881: 
Was employed with the Boats during the Nile Expedition in 1884-85, and was present at the action of Kirbekan 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Soudan 
Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 as Senior Officer in charge of Water Transport: 

G Captain French served with the 2nd Life Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the engage- 
ments at El Magfar and Mahsama, in the action at Ka tsasin (28th August), and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal 
with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

7 Colonel La Terriere served with the 19th Hussars in. the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the battle of 
Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Si.rved during the Nile Expedition in 1884-86 with the Egyptian 
army on the Badouin Frontier, and on the Lines of Communication ; carried the despatches from the front to Korti 
on several occasions, and was Staff Officer at Korti until its evacuation (Clasp). 

8 Major Elliot served in the Zulu campaign in 1879, and was present at the battle of Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with Clasp), 



His Majesty's Body Guard of Gentlemen-at-Arms. 130 

Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms, 

The Body Guard of the Sovereign on all Public and State occasions. 
(Established is ihb Yeab i5oq.) 

Captain Bight Hon. Henry, Lord Belper, 16 July 95. 

Lieutenant Sir Henry Hugh Oldham, 1 Knt. CVO. Colonel ret. pay Cameron Hghdrs., 25 June 91. 

Standard Bearer Sir Anbone George Fife," Knight of Grace of St. John of Jerusalem, Colonel late 

6 Dragoon Guards, 1 July 00. 



Gentleues-at-Abms. 



John Glas Sandeman, 15 MVO. '.ate Captain 

1 Dragoons 

Walter Clopton Wingfield, 19 3IVO. late Major 

Montgomery Yeomanry Cavalry 

John Hampden Waller, 21 late Lieut. 28 F 

Reynold Alleyne Clement, 2 ' late Capt. 68 Foot, 

and late Lt. Colonel 2 BucksBifle Volunteers... 

Charles Cooch, 28 Colonel retired pav 

Geo. Henry Pocklington, 30 late Lt.Col. 18 F... 
Henry Brackenbury, 31 late MajorDepot Batt. 
Arthur Allen Owen, 38 Colonel retired pay 88 F. 
Herbert Alex. St. John ilildmay, 39 Lt. Colonel 

late Rifle Brigade 

Chas.Clitherow Gorc,*°Col.ret.pay Irish Rifles 
Charles Wheler Hume," Bt. Major late Rifle 

Brigade: Hon. Col. late a. Bn. W. Kent Iiegt. 
Christopher MiddlemaS3 Davidson," Lt.Col. 

retired pay Munster Fusiliers 

Walter Frederick Kelsey, 47 Colonel retired 

pay Seaforth Highlanders 

)>.«.e.Charles Wyndham Murray, 16 CB. Knight 

of Justice of Bt. John of Jerusalem, MP. for 

Bath, Colonel retired pay Gloucester Regt. 
Augustus James Hill, 19 Lt.CoIonel retired pay 

Royal Marine Artillery 

Edward Tufnell," Knight of Grace of St. John 

of Jerusalem, MB. for South-East Essex, 

Lt.CoIonel retired pay Irish Regiment 

Edward George Keppel, 57 Lt.CoIonel retired 

pay Manchester Regiment 

Alfred Western Hatchell Hornsby - Drake," 

Lt.CoIonel late Madras Staff Corps 

BrackleyH.Barrington Kennett, 59 Hon. Lt.Col. 

late Major South Yorkshire Regiment 

George Anthony Ellard Gore, 00 Lt.CoIonel 

late Royal Marines 

Augustus Fredk. Liddcll, 61 Capt. late R. Art... 



iS June 69 

22 Apr. 7c 
24 Aug. 70 

1 Apr. y( 

14 Mar. 77 

1 July 77 

8 Nov. 77 
3 Mar. s> 5 

16 Oct. 85 
27 Jan. 87 

9 Jan. 8& 
5 May 89 
1 Jan. 9c 
1 Jan. 9: 

17 July 91 

21 Mar. cy 

17 July 94 

20 Apr. y? 

20 Apr. 9; 

1 June 95 
27 July 9;, 



'Robert Henry Brooke-Hunt, 62 Lt.CoIonel late 

Seaforth Highlanders 

jCharles Edgeworth Gubbins, 63 , Major late 

I Bengal Staff Corps 

jSbw. William Charnbre Rowley, 6 * Major late 

I Royal Artillerv 

Willbrd Neville LLoyd, 65 Major late R. Art. 
1'iT William Morda'unt Marsh Edwards, 60 

Major late Highland Light Infantry 

Basil Edward Spragge, 67 DSO. Major retired 

pay Yorkshire Light Infantry 

Stewart MacDougall, 65 Major late Argyll and 

Sutherland Higlanders 

W. Kenyon Mitford, 70 CMG. Col. late 8 Huss. 
Chas. Rosdew Burn, 71 Lt Col. late 1 Dragoons 
John MacRae-Gilstrap. 72 Major late Black 

Watch; 3 Bn. Black Watch 

Hon. Ivan Campbell, 73 Captain late Cameron 

Highlanders 

William Angelo Scott, 74 Maior late Lieut, late 

Cameron Highlanders ; Hon. Lt. Colonel 3 

Bn. Boyal Highlanders 

p.s.c. Algernon George A. Durand, 75 CB. CIE. 

! Colonel late Central Ind. Horse 

Henry Richard Llojd Howard,^ CB. Colonel 

] late 16 Lancers 

YC Ernest Beachcrott Beckwith Towse, 77 

I Captain late Gordon Highlanders 

John William Marsdin Newton,* late Major 

Royal Artillery 

Harry William Ralph Ricardo,81 Major late 

17 Lancers 

Alwyn do Blaqnicre Valentine Paget, "8 Col. 

late Durham Light Infantry 

Fredr. Colin. Vis/t. Maitlaud, 7 '- 1 Lt.CoIonel 
I late Scots Guards 



10 Feb. 96 

1 Jan. 97 

1 Jan. 99 
1 Jan. 99 

79 Feb. 99 

19 Mar. 00 

S May 00 
1 Dec. 00 
1 Dec. 00 

5 Mar. or 

20 May 01 

1 JuJy 01 

Nov.02 

1 Jan. 03 

1 Jan. 03 

25 Apr, 03 

13 May 03 

22 Dec. 03 



Clerk of the Cheque and Adjutant.— Henry Arthur Fletcher; 51 Lt.CoIonel late Bengal Cavalry, 1 July 00. 
Sub Officer.— Lt.CoIonel J. G. Sandeman, 15 MVO. late Captain 1 Dragoons, 21 Feb. 74. 
Scarlet — Facings Blue Velvet. Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 



Gentlemen-at-Arms on Half Pay. 

Fevil Granville, 51 late Bt.Major 23 Foot I 9 Sept.6? II John Chas. D. Morrison. ,3 late Col.R. Marines 

S. L. Douglas-AVillan, late Captain 2 Foot ...I 8 Oct. 63 j Wm.ChesterMaster. OB. 22 late Colonel 28 F. 

Paget, John Bourke, late Captain n Foot I 25 Apr. 64 I, Edward Brown, 25 Colonel r.f p. 101 F 

John Henry Lowndes, 8 MVO. late Lt.CoIonel, 

6 Foot j 17 Dec. 64 1 



30 Mar. 60 

31 Oct. 70 
1 July 77 



1 Sir Henry Oldham served in the China Expeditionary Force of i860, and was present in the actions of Sinho 
and Tangku, assault and capture of the North Taku Fort, and surrender ui Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). Served 
in the Cossyah and Jynteah Hill campaign in 1863. 

8 Lt.CoIonel Lowndes served with the 47th Regt; throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854—55, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, sortie of 26th Oct., and storming 
the Quarries on 7th June — severely wounded (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.CoIonel, Knight 
of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

'■' Captain Clarke served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimean campaign from 17th April 1855, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol, capture of Tchorgaum, battle of the Tchernaya where he commanded a squadron in support 
of a troop of Horse Artillery, and an affair with the Cossacks near Kertch (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). ' 

13 Colonel Morrison was present when the batteries of Obligado in the River Parana were attacked and carried 
20th Nov. 1845. Served on the China Expedition of 1857-58, including the blockade of the Canton River, the landing 
before, storm and capture of the city. Served as Provost Marshal to the expedition, and afterwards as D.A.A. General 
to the Army in garrison at Canton (Brevet of Major). Served the campaign in the north of China in i860, including 
ihe action of Sinho, taking of Tongoo, storm and capture of the North Takoo Fort (mentioned in despatches,) and 
subsequent operations (Medal with three Clasps, and Brevet of Lt.CoIonel). 

M Lt.CoIonel Sandeman served with the 1st Royal Dragoons in the Crimean campaign from the 6th Oct; 1854 
and was present at the battles of Balaklava, Inkerman and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three 
Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

17 Major Wyatt served with the 14th Light Dragoons in the Persian Expedition of 1857 (Medal with Clasp); Also 
in the Central India Field Force under Sir Hugh Rose in 1858 and was present at the siege and capture of Rahutghwy, 
action of Barodia, relief of Saugor, capture of Gurrakota, forcing the Muddunpore Pass, siege and capture of Jhansi 
(Medal with Clasp). 

10 Major Wingfield served with the 1st Dragoon Guards throughout the campaign of i860 in China, and was 
presentatthe fall of the Taku Forts, and engaged in theactionof Sinho, also those of the 18th and 21st September, com- 
manded the Cavalry force sent to Tungchon with Mr. Wade to demand the giving up of the prisoners on the 20th 
September, and present at the surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

'A Lieut. Waller served in the Oude campaign in 1858, including the capture of the fort of Kaili (Medal). 

22 Colonel Master commanded the 5th Fusiliers at the relief of Lucknow in Nov. 1857, an d served with it in Out 
ram's Force at the Alumbagh in all the operations of the succeeding months, and commanded the Regt. at the capture 
of Lucknow, as also throughout the Oude campaign of 1858-59, including the action of Dounderkeira and Buxarghat, 
and rapture of the Fort of Oomerea (several times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.CoIonel, CB., Medal with 
two Clasps, and a year's scr - . ice). 



I3°« The Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms. 

27 Lt.Colonel Clement served in the New Zealand war in 1864-66 (Medal). 

23 Colonel Cooch served with the 62nd Regiment in the Crimea from 12th Nov. 1854, including the siege and fall 
oi Sebastopol and the sorties of the 5th, 9th and 10th May, defence of the Quarries 7th June, assaults of the Redan on 
the 18th June (in command of the Wool-bag party of his regiment) and 8th September (mentioned in despatches, 
Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, Sardinian and Turkish 
Medals). Appointed Town Major in Sebastopol immediately after its fall for his services during the siege and final 
assault. 

29 Colonel E. Brown served throughout the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the battles of Ferozeshah and 
Sobraon (Medal with Clasp). Burmese war of 1852-53, including the recapture of Pegu on 21st Nov., relief cf, its 
garrison on r4th Dec, and operations in the vicinity (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Suppression of the Indian Mutiny, 
including the battle of Budleekeserai, siege of Delhi and assault of the Eedgate, wounded in five places, in one dan- 
gerously (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Indian North West Frontier war of 1863, and was 
present at the attack and capture of the Conical Hill and Umbeyla (Clasp): 

30 Lt. Colonel G. H: Pocklington served with the iSth Royal Irish in the Burmese campaign of 1852-53 (Medal 
with Clasp for Pegu). Served also in the Crimea from 1st June 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and 
attack of the 18th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

31 Major Brackenbury served with the 61st Regiment in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, and was present at the 
battle of Goojerat, and with the Field Force in pursuit of the enemy to the Khyber Pass in February and March 1849 
(Medal with Clasp). Present with the expedition to the F.uzofzie Country and at the attack and capture of insurgent 
villages on the nth and 14th Dec. 1849 (Medal with Clasp). Served with the rank of Captain with the Turkish 
Contingent and performed duty as an Engineer Officer in the Crimea in 1855-56 (Turkish Medal). 

33 Colonel A. A. Owen served in the Kafir war in 1877-78, first as Assistant Adjutant General to Colonial Forces 
and afterwards as Assistant Adjutant General to the Transkei Field Force, and commanded the attacking column 
in the action at Newmaka and subsequent engagements in the Chicaba and Kei River Valley (mentioned in des- 
patches, and received the thanks of Colonel Glyn, Commanding Transkei Field Force, for having, with assistance, 
saved the life of a private soldier, who was very severely wounded, by carrying him to a place of shelter under a very 
heavy fire) ; also served in the Zulu war in 1879 in command of a draft battalion at Pinetown (Brevet of Lt. Colonel, 
Medal with Clasp). 

39 Lt. Colonel H: A. St. John Mildmay served with the Rifle Brigade in the Crimean campaign from the 6th Sept: 
i355, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in the campaign 
on the North West Frontier of India in 1864 (Medal). 

40 Colonel C: C. Gore was present with the 83rd Regiment at the siege and capture of Kotah on the 30th Marcb 
1358, affair at Sanganeer, defeat of the Gwalior rebels at Kotaria, surprise of and attack on the rebels at Seckur (Medal 
with Clasp). Served with the Natal Field Force in the Boer war of 1881. 

43 Colonel A.G. Fifesei.ed in the defence of Canada in 1866 on the Western Frontier (Medal with Clasp). Served 
with the Carabiniers in theAfghan war in r879~8o with the Khyber Divison of the Cabul Field Force, and took 
part in the expeditions against Asmatulla Khan in the Lughman Valley and against the Wuzeeree Khugianis; was 
also present at the attack and destruction of the villages of Nargozi, Arab Kheyl.and Jokan, and in the engagement 
at Nargashai (Medal). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 (Medal with Clasp). Granted a step of 
honorary rank for service in the Field. 

4 *_ Colonel C. W. Hume served with the 3rd Battalion Rifle Brigade during the Indian Mutiny campaign of 1857- 
58, including the siege and capture of Lucknow, battle of Nawabgunge, and capture of Fort Birwah. Was Staff Officer 
to a Field Force under Brigadier General Wheeler in the final campaign in Bundlecund in r859 (Medal with Clasp): 
Promoted to an unattached Company for service in the Field. 

4 J Lt. Colonel C. M. Davidson served in the Abyssinian campaign in 1868 as Adjutant of the 4th Regiment, and 
was present at the action of Arogee and capture of Magdala (Medal). 

47 Colonel W. F. Kelsey served with the 72nd Highlanders from the commencement of the Afghan war in 1878 
till June 1879 with the Koorum Field Force, including the Khost Expedition, and was present in the engagement 
at Mattoon (Medal). Served with the 1st Battalion Seaforth Highlanders in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was 
present in the engagement at Chalouf on the 20th August in command of four companies of his Battalion, and at 
the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, 
and Khedive's Star). 

43 Colonel C; W. Murray was employed during the Russo-Turkish war in T878 as Military Attache on the Macedonian 
Frontier and at the Lines, Bulair Gallipole. Served in the Zulu war of 1879, first as Aide de Camp to Major General 
Crealock, commanding the 1st Division, and afterwards as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General in the Intelli- 
gence Branch of the Division; was finally attached in this capacity to Clarke's Column, reconnoitred the country 
beyond Ulundi as far as the Ngome region, and made a reconnaissance of the route to be traversed by the column 
from Ulundi to the Middle Drift of the Tugela River (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medai with Clasp): 
Served in the Afghan war in 1880 with the 72nd Highlanders, and was Orderly Officer to Brigadier General Baker 
in the expedition to the Logar Valley (Medal). Served in the Marri Expedition in i83r under Brigadier General 
Tanner. Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General on the Base 
and Lines of Communication, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt: 
Colonel, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Bechuanaland Expedition 
under Sir Charles Warren in 1885 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General (mentioned in despatches): 

43 Lt.Colonel A. J. Hill served in the Ashanti war of 1873-74 (Medal). 

51 Lt.Colonel Fletcher served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India in 1863-64, and was present in 
the engagement with the Mohmunds near Shubkudder (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Egyptian war in 1882 
(Medal, and Khedive's Star). 

5 3 Lt.Colonel E. Tufnell served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 1st Battalion of the Royal Irish Regiment 
(Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

54 Major Granville served with the 23rd Fusiliers in the Eastern campaign of 1854 including the battles of Alma 
and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Joined Lord Clyde's Army 
before Lucknow on 14th Nov. 1857, and was at the relief of the garrison ; also at the defeat of the Gwalior Contingent 
at Cawnpore on 6th December and at the fall of Lucknow in March 1858 (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps): 

57 Lt.Colonel E. G. Keppel served with the 2nd Battalion Highland Light Infantry in the Egyptian war of 1882, 
and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

58 Lt.Colonel Hornsby-Drake served with the 1st Madras Cavalry in the Afghan war in 1879-80 (Medal). Served 
with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General (mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with Clasp). 

09 Major B. H. B. Kennett served with the 51st Light Infantry in the Jowaki campaign in 1877 (Medal with Clasp): 
Served with the 51st Light Infantry in the Afghan war of 1878-30, and took part in the expedition to the Bazar 
Valley and in the operations in the Lughman and Hissarik Valleys — wounded (Medal). 

00 Lt.Colonel Gore served in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star).' 

01 Captain A. F. Liddell served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present during the operations round Cabul 
in December 1879, including the storming of the Asmai Heights (mentioned in despatches) and in the engagement 
at Charasiah on the 25th April 1880 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Soudan campaign in 1885, and was present 
in the engagements at Hasheen and the Tofrek zereba and at the destruction of Temai (Medal with two Clasps, and 
Khedive's Star). 

02 Lt.Colonel R. H. Brooke-Hunt served with the 72nd Highlanders in the Afghan war from March 1879 till 
January 1880 with the Koorum and Cabul Field Forces, and was present in the engagement at Charasiah (mentioned 
in despatches), and in the operations around Cabul in December 1879 (Medal with two Clasps). Served with the 1st 
Battalion Seaforth Highlanders in die Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal 
with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

03 Major C. E. Gubbins served with the Koorum Valley Field Force in the Afghan war in 1879 (Medal): Served 
with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp), 

4 Major Hon. W. C. Rowley served in the Afghan war in r879-So, accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march 
to Candahar, and was present at the battle of Candahar (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and Bronze 
Decoration). 



The Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at- Arms. I3°& 

aid P •° r i3 * ^-' ^^-°- V( i served in the Kafir war of 1877—78, and was present during the operations in the Cis Kei 
j^ ene Bush in command of a division of field guns. Served throughout the Zulu war of 1879, and was present 
durin™" 1 ^ • °^ ^ e ^°y a ' Artillery of Pearson's Column at the engagement of Inyezane (mentioned in report), and 
/_ ? ""* investment of Ekowe (mentioned in report); afterwards accompanied the advance of the 1st Division 
SirG ijr" 1 General Crealock's despatch, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 under 
jf n ~T? ra ,'d Graham with the Cavalry Brigade, and was present in the engagement at El Teb (Medal with Clasp, and 
Served s .? tar ' 1 > afterwards presented the Mahdi"s standard, taken at Tokar, to Her Majesty the Queen at Windsor; 
' ■ J'Vv the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87, first as Adjutant to Royal Artillery; afterwards organised and 
1? P P e . ,ne Gardner Machine Gun Battery and accompanied the expedition to the Rubv Mines in command of the 

M \r ■ «"' Mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 
, j lUl J°r W. M. M. Edwards served with the 2nd Battalion Highland Light Infantry in the Egyp'I-n war of 1882, 
award a H P k e5ent at the battle o£ Tel-el-Kebir— wounded (Victoria Cross, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star) ; was 
temh o e ^^~ " £or t ' le cons P'c u °ti3 bravery displayed by him during the battle of Tel-el-Kebir, on the 13th Sep- 

. er > 1882, in leading a party of the Highland Light Infantry to storm a redoubt. Lieutenant Edwards (who 
and m /. ance of his P ar ty) with great gallantry rushed alone into the battery, killed the Artillery Officer in charge, 
i,;. was . ""Tiself knocked down by a gunner with a rammer, and only rescued b%' the timely arrival of three men of 
ni» regiment." 

r3~ ni j • ^' ^' ^pragge served as Orderly Officer to Brigadier General J. Doran in the Jowaki campaign in 
Af h wita Clasp). Served with the 51st Light Infantry and as Superintendent of Army Signalling in the 

w8,™ wa _ r ^ 1878-80, and was present at the attack and capture of Ali Musjid (twice mentioned in despatches, 
1U ^- Clasp). Served with the Burmese Expedition in i336-3o. as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter 

MM • neral (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, DSO., and two Clasps). 
h 1 1 J t 1 ^' r ac P. 0U gall served in the Egyptian war of 1882 with_the Cameron Highlanders, and was present at the 



" lleot Tel-el-Kebir— severely wounded (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 
'". Colonel W. K. Mitford served with the 8th Hussars in the Afghan war in 1879-80 
"■ Lt.CoIonel C. R; Burn served with the Hazara Expedition in 1888 as Orderly Offic 



. ,-80 (Medal). 
1 expedition in i338 as Orderly Officer to Major General M'Qucen 
Commanding the Hazara Field Force (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

'- Major MacRac-Gilstrap.— For War Services, see Militia (Black Watch). 

'• Captain Hon. I. Campbell served throughout the Egyptian war of 1882 with the Cameron Highlanders, and 
was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star); 

-. ^.Colonel W. A: Scott.— For War Services, see Militia (Black Watch). 

"> Colonel A. G. A. Durand served in Afghan war in 1878-80 with the Khyber Field Force, and took part in the march 
F° m h- • U ' - t0 relief of .Candahar and action of 1st Sept. (Medal with Clasp, Bronze Star). Served in the Hunza-Nagar 
Expedition in 1891-92 in command of the Force — severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, CB., Brevet of Lt. Colonel, 
Medal with Clasp). 

<o Colonel H. R. L. Howard served in the Zulu campaign in 1S79 (Medal with Clasp). Served in South African war 
in 1899-1901 in command of the 9th Battalion Imperial Yeomanry from 3rd Feb. 1900 to 18th May 1901 ; took part 
in operations in the Orange Free State 1900 ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, 1900, including action at Rhenoster 
Kop ; in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, 1900 ; in Orange River Colony 1900 ; in the Transvaal 30th Nov. 1900 to 
Jan. 1901 ; in Orange River Colony Jan. and Feb. 1901, and March to Mav 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Feb. and March 
1901 (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with three Clasps). 

r j i?-' n ^" ^' ^' T° w5e served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 with the 1st Battalion 
♦"v,° r< xT D Highlanders, including the storming of the Malakand Pass (Medal with Clasp). Served in the campaign on 
the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1898 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force with 
"'.sist Battalion Gordon Highlanders (two Clasps). Served in the South African war of 1899-1900, and was present 
W , e Rimberley Relief Force at the engagement at Magersfontein — dangerously wounded (mentioned in des- 
patches, ITar, Medal with three Clasps) ; was awarded the Victoria Cross for the' following service: — "On the nth 
December 1899, at the action of Magersfontein, Captain Towse was brought to notice by his Commanding Officer for his 
gallantry and devotion in assisting the late Colonel Downman, when mortally wounded, in the retirement, and en- 
•v.V ring ' wn ? n c!ose U P to the front of the firing Jine, to carry Colonel Downman on his back ; but finding this not 
possible, Captain Towse supported him til! joined by Colour-Sergeant Nelson and Lance-Corporal Hodgson. On the 
30th April 1900, Captain Towse, with twelve men, took up a position on Mount Thaba, far away from support. A 
force of about 150 Boers attempted to seize the same plateau, neither party appearing to see the other until they were 
but 100 yards apart. Some of the Boers then got within 40 yards of Captain Towse and his party, and called on him 
to surrender. He at once caused his men to open fire and remained firing himself until, severely wounded (both eyes 
shattered), succeeded in driving off the Boers. The gallantry of this Officer in vigorously attacking the enemy (for he 
n< V °"'y fired, but charged forward) saved the situation, notwithstanding the numerical superiority of the Boers." 

' V~°' on . e ' A. de B. V. Paget served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William 
Lockhart in 1897-98 with the Tirah Expeditionary Force as Commandant of British Troops Base Depot (Medal 
with two Clasps). 

''■> Viscount Maitland served in the South African war in 1899-1900 with the Imperial Yeomanry (men- 
tioned n despatches). 

i^'S ! " ' J- W. M. Newton served in the Afghan war in 1878-80 was present at the "action of Ali Kheyl, and 
assault of Zawa (mentioned in despatches, Medal). Served in the South African war in 1899-1901, commanded 
Royal Artillery at Krugersdorp, afterwards on the Staff, took part in the operations in the Transvaal, March to 
"Oy. rqoi (Medal with four Clasps). 

* Major H. \\ . R. Ricardo served in the Nile Expedition in r893, was attached to Egyptian Cavalry for Special 
service, was present at the battle of Khartoum (Medal). Served in the South African war in r9oo-or and took 
p , m ' ne operations in the Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including actions at Yet River and Zand River; 
in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria and Diamond Hill ; in the 
Iransvaal, West of Pretoria, July to 29 Nov. 1900 including actions at Eland's River; in Orange River Colony, 
May to 29 Nov. 1900, including actions at Bethlehem, Wittebergen and Caledon River; also in Orange River Colcnv; 
30 ftov. to Dec. 00, Jan. to Feb. i9or. and April to June 1901 ; anl in Cape Colony, Dec, 1900 to Jan. 1901. Feb| 
to April 1901, and June to Nov. 1901 (Medal with four Clasps) 



I3i 

Etopai Company of arcFro 

The King's Boil;/ Guard for Scotland. 
(Orgianised in the Year 1676 : Re-Constituted by Queen Anne, 1703.J 



Captain General. 
Buccleucb, William Henry Walter, Duke of, KG. KT. late Lt. Colonel Midlothian Yeomanry 27 Feb. 00 

CAPTArNS (4). 

Weinyss, Francis Richard, Earl of, YD. A.D.C. Colonel late 7 Middlesex Volunteer Rifles (London Scottish) 22 Hay 90 
Rosebery, Archibald Philip, Earl of, KG. KT. YD. Son. Colonel 1 Midlothian Royal Garrison Artillery 

(Volun'eers), and 8 Volunteer Battalion Royal Scots 24 May o> 

Fergusson, Right Hon. Sir James, 1 Bart. GCSI. KCMG. CIS. Colonel late 3 Battalion Royal Serfs Fusiliers 22 May 02 
Haddington, George Arden, Earl of, KT A.D.C. Colonel, Lothians and Berwick-shire Imperial Yeomanry... 26 May 04: 

Lieutenants (4). 
Ho-ne, Charles Alexander, Earl of, KT. Colonel; Hon. Colonel 3/4 But. The Cameronians (Scottish 

Rifes) and Lanarkshire Imperial Yeomanry iq May q£? 

Elgin and Kincardine, Victor Alexander, Earl of, KG. GCSI. GCIE. Hon. Colonel Fife Royal Garrison 

Artillery Volunteers 24 May 00 

Bilfour of Burleigh, Alexander Hugh, Lord, KT. late Captain 3 Bn. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 22 May 02 
Polwarth, Walter Hugh, Lord '. ' 26 May 04 

Ensigns (4). 
Aberdeen, John Campbell, Earl of, GCMG. Hon. Colonel, 1 Aberdeenshire Royal Garrison Art. Volunteers 24 May 96 

Tiveeddale, William Montague, Marquess of, KT 24 May co- 

Linlithgow, John Adrian Louis, Marquess of, KT. GCMG. GCVO. Hon. Lt.Colouel, Forth Dicijhu Sub- 
marine Miners, Royal Engineers Volunteers 22 May 02- 

Macdonald, Right Hon. Sir John Hay Athole, KCB.VD. Hon. Colonel The Queen's Rifle Volunteer Brigade 

Royal Scots 26 May 04 

Brigadiers (12). 

Dalkeith, John Charles, Earl of, late Lieutenant Royal Kavy 21 May 91 

Sceales, James, Esquire 21 May 9s 

Hutchison, James Thomas, Esquire 21 Hay as 

Abercorn, James, Duke of, KG. CB. Colonel, late 5 Battalion Inniskilling Fusiliers 24 May 94 

Breadalbane, Gavin, Marquess of, KG. ADC. Knight of Justice of St. John of Jerusalem, Hon. Colonel, 

5 Volunteer Battalion Black Watch 24 May 94 

Saltoun, Alexander William Frederick, Lord, Lt. Colonel, late Grenadier Guards 24 May 94 

Leven and Melville, Ronald Ruthven, Earl of. 20 May 97 

Craig, Sir .lames Henry Gibson, Bart , 24 May co. 

Stuart, John Alexander Man,2 CB. CMG. Knight of Justice of St. John of Jerusalem, Lt.Col. and Colonel, 

late 3 Battalion Gordon Highlanders ; (Adjt.) 24 May 00 

Klphinstone, Sidney Herbert, Lord 24 May 00 

Loekhart, Sir Simon Macdonald, 3 Bart. MVO. Colonel, late 1 Life Guards, Lt.Col. Lanarkshire Imperial 

Yeomanry 22 May 02 

Minto, Gilbert John,! Earl of, GCMG. YD. late Scots Guards and late Colonel Scottish Borderers 

Volunteer Brigade 26 May 04 

Stair, John Hew North Gustav Henry, Earl of, Major, kite Royal Horse Guards, Hon. Lt.Colouel 

Ayrshire Imperial Yeomanry 26 May 04 

Adjutant— Stuart, Colonel J. A. M. CB. CMG 22 May 02 

Surgeon. — Annandale, Thomas, FRCS. MD 24 May 00 

Uniform.— Green. Facings. — Green Velvet. 

1 Sir James Fergusson served with the Grenadier Guards in the Eastern Campaign of 1834-55, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman — wounded — and the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish 
Medal). 

2 Colonel Stuart served with the field force under Brigadier Murray, R. Artillery, employed en the- 
30-mile radius round Shanghai during the summer of 1863 (Medal). Also with the Anglo-Chinese Contingent in 
Colonel Gordon's Taeping campaigns of 1863-64, and was present during the operations before Soochow and? 
at the siege and storming of Changchow (Chinese Medal, and 2nd Class of the order of the Precious Star). 
Took part in the negotiations at Fort Zelandia, Island of Formosa, in 1869. (Mentioned in despatches). Was 
selected in 1873 to raise a corps of Military Police for the treaty district of Newchwang, Southern Manchuria, 
at that time infested by mounted banditti, and subsequently commanded the force embodied (received the thanks 
of the British and Italian Ministers and of the Imperial Commissioner, with the Brevet of Colonel in tha 
Chinese army and the Cross of the Italian Crown 4th Class). Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-8588 
Boat Officer and Staff Officer and afterwards as Commandant at Dal (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 
Received the thanks of the Egyptian Government and the 4th Class of the Osmanieh for his* services as Aide- 
de Camp to General Valentine Baker Pasha, and Acting Deputy Inspector General of Gendarmerie in 1886-88. 
Commandant at Base and on Line of Communications, Ashanti Campaign, 1000 (twice mentioned in despatches, 
CB. ; Medal.) 

s Sir Simon Macdonald Locklmrt served in the Egj-ptian war of 1882 with the 1st Life Guards, and was present 
in the engagements at El Magfar and Mahsama, in the two actions at Kassasin (28th August), and at the battle 
of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp). 

■4 The Earl of Minto served with the Turkish Army during the campaign on the Danube in 1877, and was 
present at the crossing of that river and at the bombardment of Nikopolis (Turkish Medal). Was nttached to 
the Head Quarters' Staff in Afghanistan in 1878 (Medal). Employed in the Egyptian Expedition 1882, and was 
wounded at the action of Mahutu (mentioned in despatches, Medal, Bronze Star, 4th Class of the Med.pdie). 
Was Chief of the Staff during the North West Rebellion in 1885, and took part m the action at Batoche (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

The Charter granted by Queen Anne, dated 31st December, 1703, confirms to the Royal 
Company of Archers " as now constituted under a President and Council" . . . "according to- 
their former use and wont" . . . "all laws and acts sanctioned in their favour in time of our 
illustrious predecessors, and the rules and constitutions framed by them for their own better 
government" : . . . " and we will and g-rant, and for us and our foresaids give and concede " to- 
our foresaid Royal Company, and the Council thereof ''full power of assuming such other 
Members as they may judge fit, and of nominating . . . such other officers who to them sha.ll 
seem proper " subject to the Sovereign's approval under His Majesty's hands. 

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.Fiirg^ijColonsl in Chief. —jEfis Majesty THE KING. 

Colonel.— Dudley Charles, La-dde B.09, KP. KCVO. Ensign, 7 Feb. 4.5; Zieut. sMay48s Captain, 21 Oct. 51; 

Zt.Calonel, 30 Aug-. 59 ; Colonel, 3D Aug. 64 ; Major General, 15 Jan. 70 ; Zieut. General, 1 July 81 ; Colonel* 
1 Life Guards, 17 Nov. 02. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Thomas Charles Pleydell Calley, 3 MVO. Lieut. 11 Sept. 76; Captain, 21 July 86; 
Major, 5 May 94 ; Brecet Lt. Colonel, 6 Dec. 38 ; Bt. Colonel., 29 Nov. oo) ; L t. Colonel, 6 Dec. 02. 

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1st Life Guards. 

1 Dsttingen" "Peninsula" ' Watebloo" "Egtpi 18S2" " Tel-el-Kebib. 1 



132 



Edward Bingham 1 MVO. ) 
2nd } 



:nd in Comman 



Son. Cecil 

(Bt.Lt.Col. 2q Nov. ooi 

19 Nov. 03 ; 

George Francis Milner, 5 DSO 

Edwin Berkeley Cook 

Capiains. 

Geo. Lindsay Holford.C/^. CVO. Esquire^, 
of St. John of Jerusalem, Equerry in > 
Waiting to the King ) 

H.S.H. Adolphus 0. A. A. E. G. P. L. T..,\ 
Duke of Teck, 6 GCVO. Knight of Justice \ 
of St. John of Jerusalem,Military Attache, |" 
Vienna, with rank of Lt. Colonel 

Hugh Craufurd Keith-Fraser, 5 Adjutant 
City of London Imperial Yeoma 
16 Sept. 03 

llarold Maxwell Walker" 

Philip Blenco we Cookson 10 

Frederick Henry Walter Garden 12 

•John Spencer Cavendish, DSO. 13 

Harold Greenwood Henderson," Adjt. j 
6 Sept. 02 ) 

Son. Fred. Edward Guest n 



'■,'ta.ifj 
\anry, V j 



Lieutenants. 

Walter Waring 15 

Ron Gerald EmestFrancis Ward, l7 .1/rO. j 

Aide de Camp to Viceroy of Ireland ) 

Edgar Hugh Brassey ! 

Lionel E. Hamilton Marmaduke Darell, 1 

Adjutant Gloucester Imperial Yeomanry, . 

with rank of Captain, 1 Jan. 04 ) 

Son. Algernon Francis Stanley, :s Aide del 

Camp to Major General J. R. Slade j 

Robert Hamilton Stubber 10 

lion. Coulsoi Churchill Fellowes 

Vincent Thomas Joseph Eyre20 

Francis Charles Adelburt Henry, Visct. ~\ 

Newry and Moume / 

Lord Hugh William Grosvenor 



Second Lieutenants. 

Son. Edward Scawen Wyndham 

7/bH.Geo.Vere Aruudell Monckton-Arundell 



9 July 90 
31 Jan. 80 
11 Apr. 88 

3 Dec. 90 

5 Dec. 

iS Apr. 
18 Mar. 
3 Feb. 

3 Feb. 
15 May 

1 Dec. 

4 Jan. 
25 Jan. 

22 Mar. 

1 3 Oct. 99 

25 Oct. 91; 
22 May 01 
29 Jan. n: 

15 Mar. o. 

27 May o_ 



9 Sept. 32 26 Oct. 9: 

27 Jan. S^i 11 Jan. 93 
4 July 97 5 May 94 



1 July 81 1 July 88 

i 

11 Jan. 91 26 June 05 



2 Nov 

25 Jan 



921 24 June oC 



6 Dec. qS 

1 1 Mar. 96 9 Oct. 99 

5 Sept. 96 9 Oct. 99 

2 Apr. 9S 23 Aug. o 

2 Apr. 98' 6 Sept. o 

23 Nov. 9°, 20 July 04 



6 Dec. 98 
20 De?. 99 

7 Mar. 00 

99' 7 Mar. 00 



7 Mar. 00 

3 Aug. 00 
16 May 03 
29 Sept. 03 

4 Feb. 04 
70 July 04 



9 Mar. 
23 Sept. 



6 Dec. 9S 

6 Dec. 02 
29 Nov. 03 



29 Nov. 00 



Riding Master.— Douglas Hall, 21 8 May 89 ; Hon. Captain, 8 May 99 ; Hon. Major, S May 04. 
Quarter Master. — Charles Yeatman, 4 May 04 : Hon. Lieut. 

\3tedieal Officers.— Benjamin W. C. Deeble, LRCP.Edin. MRCS. 25 July 02; Sura. Mai. 3 Feb. 95: Sum, 
Lt.Col. 3 Feb. 03. 
Basil Pares, 15 Oct. 02; Surg. Lieut. 14 Nov. : Surg. Cap/. [4 Nov. 03. 
Veterinary Officer.— Vet. Major John A. Meredith, FRCVS. S Jan. 02; Vet. Lieut. 10 De3. 84; Captain, 
10 Dec. 94 ; Major, 20 Mar. 02. 



Seturned from France, January iS 



Scarlet — F«ci'»<7*Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

Detachment e,nharked for South Africa, 29 Nov. 1S99; returned 28 Nov. 19.10 



I 3 Colonel Calley served with 1st Life Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the engagements at El 
[Magfir and Mahsama, in the two actions at Kassasin, at the battle of Tel-el- Kebir, and at the capture of Cairo (Medal' 
■With Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 as second in command of Regiment 
lof Household Cavalry; also as Commandant of Cavalry Details at Naauwpooit, afterwards as Camp Commandant at 
•Kroonstadt ; took part in relief of Kimberley, also operations in Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900 ; at Paardeberg, 
land actions at Houtnek, Vet River, and Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near 
[Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in Orange River Colony, including action at Bethlehem ; in Cape Colony, 
Isouth of Orange River, 1899-1900, including actions at Colesbcrg (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal 
[With five Clasps). 

I * Lt. Colonel Hon. C. E. Bingham served in South African war in 1899-1901 as Aide de Camp to Lt. General Sir J. 
■French, and subsequently as a Deputy-Assistant Adjutant General; was present at relief of Kimberley; took part ir« 
■operations in Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including Paardeberg ; actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, and 

Karee Siding, and at Houtnek, Vet River, and Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions 
■near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, including 

actions at Riet Vlei and Belfast ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1S99-1900, including actions at Colesbeig 
■twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colone!, Medal with six Clasps). 
I 5 Major Milner served in South African war in 1899-1902 with Regiment of Household Cavalry, and in 1901 as 

■ Staff Officer to Brigadier General Broadwood ; also Special Service Officer for Mounted Infantry, and was employed with 
I Imperial Yeomanry ; was present at relief of Kimberley : took part in operations in Orange Free State Feb. to May 
1 ?9°o ; at Paardeberg, and actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Houtnek, Vet River, and Zand River ; in Transvaal 
tin May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in Cape Colony, south of 

■ Orange River, including actions at Colesberg ; was in command of Imperial Yeomanry Battalion 30th Nov. 1901 to 31st 
May 1902 ; in the Transvaal July 1901 ; and in Orange River Colony, April 1901 to 31st Mav 1902 (mentioned in des- 

F patches, DSO , Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

6 Maj >r H.S.H. the Duke of Teck served in South African war in 1.899-1900 as Regimental Transport Officer 
• to Regiment of Household Cavalry ; was present at relief of Kimberley ; took part in operations in Orange Free State 
I Feb. to May 1900, including operations at Paardeberg, actions at Poplar Grovej Driefontein, Houtnek, Vet River and 



I33« The ist Life Guards. 

Zand River ; in the Transvaal, May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; 
n the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, including action at Eland's River ; in Orange River Colony 1900, including actions 
at Bethlehem and Wittebergen ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900, including actions atColesberg 
(Brevet of Major, Medal with six Clasps). 

* Captain Keith-Fraser served in South African war in 1899 -1900 as Adjutant South African Light Horse, and was 
present at relief of Ladysmith, including action at Colenso (Medal with two Clasps). — [See also Civil Decorations for 
Gallantry, " Hart's Annual Army List," p. 1162.] 

'■> Captain Walker served in Uganda, December 1899 to September 1901. Served in South African war in 1902 with 
Imperial Yeomanry (Medal with two Clasps). 

10 Captain Cookson served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 
1897-98 (Medal with Clasp). Served in South African war in 1899-1900 on Special Service; took part in operations 
in Orang eFree State Feb. to May 1900, including defence of Wepener ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to Nov. 
1900, including action at Belfast ; in Orange River Colony, including actions at Bethlehem and Wittebergen ; and in 
Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900 (Medal with four Clasps). 

13 Captain Garden served in South African war in 1899-1900 with the 12th Lancers ; took part in advance on Kim- 
berley, including action at Magersfontein ; was present at relief of Kimberley ; took part in operations in the Orange 
Free State Feb. to May 1900, including operations at Paardeberg, and actions at Poplar Grove and Driefontein ; in 
the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in the Trans- 
vaal, west of Pretoria, in 1900, including actions at Eland's River; and in Orange River Colony 1900, including actions 
at Bethlehem and Wittebergen (Medal with five Clasps). 

13 Captain Cavendish served in South African war in 1899-1900 as Divisional Signalling Officer, 2nd Division, South 
African Field Force ; was present at relief of Ladysmith, including action at Colenso ; took part in operations of :17th 
to 24th Jan. 1900, and action at Spion Kop ; also of 5th to 7th Feb. 1900, and action at Vaal Krantz ; onTugela Heights, 
14th to 27th Feb., and action at Pieter's Hill ; in the Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including action at Zand 
River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in 
the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, including actions at Eland's River ; and in Orange River Colony, including actions 
at Bethlehem and Wittebergen (mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with six Clasps). 

11 Captain Henderson served in South African war in 1899-1900 ; was present at relief of Kimberley ; took part 
in operations in Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including Paardeberg ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange 
River 1899-1900, including actions at Colesberg (Medal with two Clasps). 

1-5 Captain Hon. F. E. Guest served in Nile Expedition in 1899, and took part in operations resulting in final defeat of 
the Khalifa (mentioned in despatches, Egyptian Medal with two Clasps). Served in South African war in 1901 as Station 
Commandant (Medal with five Clasps). 

• 16 Lieut. Waring served in South African war in 1899-1900, and took part in the relief of Kimberley ; took part in 
operations in Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, including operations at Paardeberg, actions at Poplar Grove, Driefon- 
tein, Houtnek, Zand River, and Vet River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg 
Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, including actions at Eland's River ; in Orange River 
Colony, including actions at Bethlehem and Wittebergen ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-190O; 
including actions at Colesberg (mentioned in despatches, Medal with six Clasps). 

17 Lieut. Hon. G. E. Ward served in South African war in 1899-1900, and was present at relief of Kimberley ; took 
part in operations in Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including operations at Paardeberg, and actions at Poplar 
Grove, Driefontein, Houtnek, Vet River, and Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, vncluding actions 
near Johannesburg and Pretoria ; in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, including actions at Eland's River ; in Orange 
River Colony 1900, including actions at Bethlehem and Wittebergen ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 
1899-1900, including actions at Colesberg (Medal with five Clasps). 

18 Lieut. Hon. A. F. Stanley served in South African war in 1899-1900 on Special Service, and took part in operations 
in Cape Colony, south of Orange River (Medal with two Clasps). 

19 Lieut. R. Hamilton Stubber served in South African war in 1900-1902 with Imperial Yeomanry on Special Service 
Medal with five Clasps). 

20 Lieut. Eyre served in South African war with Imperial Yeomanry (Medal with three Clasps). 

21 Riding Master and Hon. Major D. Hall served in South African war in 1899-1900 on Special Service (Medal with 
two Clasps). 



Hyde Park. ] 



2nd Life Guards. 



13: 



Years'Ser.' The Royal Arms. "Detiingen" "Peninsula" " Waterloo " "EGrpl, i332 " " Tbl-el-Kbbiii." 



Fall 
Pay. 



Half Colonel in Chief.— Sis Maje*ty THE KING. 

Pay. I Colonel.— Frederick Augustus, Lord Chelmsford, 1 GCB. GCVO. [R], 2B<*. Zi?!<r. p 31 Dec. 
I and Lieut. p 28 Nov. 45; ir. o;h? Captain, p 27 Dec. 50; Rrerei Mojo); 2 Nov. 55; Captain 
I p 23 Aug. 57; Colonel, 30 Apr. 6^ ; JXiyor GeiieraZ, 10 Nov. 63; Lieut. General, 1 Apr. 
16 Dec. 88; Colonel Derbvshire 'Regiment, 30 Jan. qS ; Colonel 2 Life Guards, 27 Sept. 00. 
... ILieutenant Colonel.— Charles Frederick St. Clair Anstruther-Thomson, 1 DSO. ; Lieut. 13 June 74; Captain, 
12 Jan. S5 ; Major, iz Jan. 9; ; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 12 Jan. eg ; Lt. Colonel, 12 Jan. 03. 



44 ; Ensign 
and Lt.Col. 
General, 



2ND LIEUT. 



Majobs. 

ilountifort John Courtnay Longfield : 
(Bt.Lt. Colonel 12 Jan. 03), 2nd in Com 
'maud 29 Nov. 03 

Oswald Henrv Ames 

Thomas, Earl of Longford," KP 5 Feb 



Captains. 



captain. 



"■}- 



BREVET 
MAJOE. 



Oct. 3o i July 3i 14 Mar. 
14 May 84 



87 16 May S3 



Algernon Francis Holford Ferguson* 22 Aug. 83 12 Jan. 



26 Oct. 
12 Jan. 



12 Jan. 99 

12 Jan. 02 
12 Jan. 03 



Sydney Thornhill Hankey,9 Adjt. Surrey ) 
Imperial Yeomanry 6 May or ) 

John Chaytor Brinton, lg DSO 

Algernon Richard Trotter," 1IYO. DSO. ... 

Claude Champion-dc Crespigny, 12 DSO... 

Bon. Malcolm Bowes-Lyon u , Adjutant 1 
12 Jan. 03 i 

Henry Siwanl Balliol Surtees 1 ' 

Son. Arthur Edward Bruce O'Neill 1 "' 

Ralph Francis Howard, Earl of Wicklow 17 . 



Lieutenants. 

Sir Geo. Lionel Lawson Bagot Prescott,"' 8 ) 

Bart S 

Stewart Barton B.vthesea Dyer, 13 DSO. ... 

Archibald Scton, Lord Montgomerie 

Hugh Cecil Sam Ashton 

Robert George Vivian DufE 

George John Sandys, 23 

■Sir Morgan George Crofton,-' Bart 

Robert James Leslie Ogilby 

Alexander Moore Vandeleur 



22 May o- 



29 Nov 00 



Second Lieutenants. 



Charles Ralph Campbell 

Hartopp Francis Chas.AdderleyC'radock, ) 

2nd Lieut. 2 Dragoons, 26 Mar. 02 J 

Thomas Claud Gurney, 25 Lieut. 1 Dra-'i 

goom, 22 June 01 5 



28 June 90 13 Apr. 92 20 May 95 



23 Jan. 
10 Feb. 
3 July 

3 « ;i 'y 

21 Dec. 
26 May 
16 Feb. 



91 13 Apr. 
9: 5 Apr. 

95 5 Aug. 

93 1 26 May 

95 14 July 
97 15 June 98 
9S 26 Apr. 99 



9= 
93 

96 

97 
97 



12 Jan. 
16 Nov. 
3 Feb. 


99 
99 
00 


17 Apr. 


00 


25 June 
3 Jau. 
i Sept. 




02 

02 



23 June 93 

11 Jan. 99 

18 Oct. 99 

28 Feb. 00 

11 July 00 

15 Aug. 00 

20 May 99 

ig Jan. 00 

22 Apr. 03 



3 Feb. co 

17 Apr. 00 

8 Aug. 

8 Aug. 
25 Sept. 01 
12 Nov. 

5 Jan. 

3 Oct. 
21 Oct. < 



4 Julv Of 

16 Dec. 03 
23 Jan. 04 



Riding Mailer. — Henry Grove, 11 May 04; Hon. Lieut. 

Quarter Matter.— James William Baldock,30 2^ Apr. 02 ; Hon. Lieut. 

Medical Officers.— Surgeon Major John Henry Power, LRCST. LECV. 21 Oct. o-,. 

Surg. Copt. Robert Macnamara Cowie, R. A. Med. Corps, 13 Oct. 02 ; Surg. Captain, 
71 Apr. 04. 
Veterinary Officer.— Yet. Captain Edward P. J. Barry, 3 Feb. 02; T'et. Lieut. 22 Aug. 94; Capt. 20 Mar. 02. 

Scarlet— Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

Returned from France, February 1816. Detachment embarked for South Africa, 29 Nov. 1899 ; returned, 28 Nov. 1900 

1 Lord Chelmsford served with the Grenadier Guards in the Crimea from the 31st May 1853, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Med- 
jidie). Served with the 95th Regiment in the Indian campaign (Medal). Served in the Abyssinian campaign in 
1868 as Deputy Adjutant General of the Expeditionary Force, and was present at the capture of Magdala (mentioned 
in defpitches for " great ability and untiring energy," CB. and Medal). Served in command of the British forces in 
the Kafir war of 1878, and in the Zulu war of 1879, being present at the engagements of Gingindhlovu and Ulundi 
CCB. and Medal with Clasp).' 



133^ 2nd Life Guards. 

4 Lt. Colonel Anstruther-Thomson served in South African war in 1899-1900 with the Household Cavalry Regiment 
n command of the 2nd Life Guards Squadron during the advance on Pretoria, and was present at the relief of Kimberley ; 
took part in operations in Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including operations at Paardeberg, actions at Poplar 
Grove and Driefontein ; and in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg and Diamond 
Hill (mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with six Clasps). 

5 Lt.Colonel Longfield served in the Nile Expedition im884-85 with the 2nd Life Guards Detachment of the Camel 
Corps (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

7 The Earl of Longford served in the South African war in 1900 with the Imperial Yeomanry — wounded at 
Lindley; in 1902 in command of the 29th Battalion Imperial Yeoman y, with rank of Lt.Colonel (Medal with five 
Clasps). 

8 Major Ferguson served in the South African war in 1899-1900 as Adjutant of the Regiment of Household 
Cavalry, and was present at the relief of Kimberley ; took part in operations in Orange Free State and Transvaal : and 
in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, including action at Colesberg (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal 
with six Clasps). 

9 Captain S. T. Hankey. — See Civil Decorations for Gallantry, " Hart's Annual Army List," page 1162." 

10 Captain Brinton served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898, and was present 
at the battle of Khartoum — severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with 
Clasp). Served in South African war in 1899-1900 as Aide de Camp to General French, and was present at relief of 
Kimberley ; took part in operations in Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including Paardeberg and actionat Driefon - 
tein ; in the Transvaal, in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg and Diamond Hill (mentioned in 
despatches, DSO., Medal with five Clasps). 

11 Captain Trotter served in the South African war in 1899-T900 as Aide de Camp to Sir Redvers Buller during the 
operations in Natal, and was present at relief of Ladysmith, including operations on Tugela Heights (twice mentioned 
in despatches, DSO., Medal with six Clasps). 

12 Captain Champion de Crespigny served in South African war in 1899-1900 and was present at relief of Kimberley r 
took part in operations in Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including operations at Paardeberg and action at Poplar 
Grove — severely wounded ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900, including actions at Colesberg (men- 
tioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with three Clasps). 

13 Captain Hon. M. Bowes-Lyon served in South African war attached to the 10th Hussars from 5th Nov. 1899 to 
24th Dec. 1900, and as Captain 29th Battalion Imperial Yeomanry from 4th Jan. to end of war ; was present at relief 
of Kimberley ; took part in operations in Orange Free State rgoo, including faardeberg ; in the Transvaal in May 
and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg and Diamond Hill ; in Orange River Colony 1900, including actions 
at Wittebergen ; in Cape Colonv, south of Orange River, 1899-1900, including actions at Colesberg ; and in Cape Colony 
May 1902 (Medal with seven Clasps). 

11 Captain Surtees served in South African war in 1899-1900 with the 2nd Life Guards Squadron of the Household 
Cavalry Regiment, and took part in operations in Orange Free State 1900 ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, 
including actions near Johannesburg and Diamond Hill ; also in Orange River Colony 1900, including action at Witte- 
bergen ; and in Cape Colony (Medal with four Clasps). 

W Captain Hon. A. E. B. O'Neill served in South African war in 1899-1900 with the 2nd Life Guards Squadron of 
the Household Cavalry Regiment, and was present at relief of Kimberley ; took part in operations in Orange Free State 
1900, including Paardeberg and action at Driefontein; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, including actions 
at Colesberg (Medal with three Clasps). 

17 The Earl of Wicklow served in South African war in 1899-1900 with the 2nd Life Guards Squadron of the House- 
hold Cavalry Regiment, and also served as Brigade Signalling Officer ; was present at the relief of Kimberley, and took 
part in operat ons in Orange Free State 1900, including operations at Paardeberg and action at Driefontein ; and in 
Cape Colony, south of Orange River, including actions at Colesberg (Medal with three Clasps). 

18 Lieut. Sir G. L. L. B. Prescott served in South African war in 1900 with the 2nd Life Guards Squadron of the House- 
hold Cavalry Regiment, and took part in operations in Orange Free State 1900, in the Transvaal, and in Orange River 
Colony rgoo, including actions at Wittebergen ; and in Cape Colony (Medal with three Clasps). 

19 Lieut. Dyer served in the operations in Northern Nigeria in 1900 (mentioned in despatches): Served in the 
Bornu Expedition in West Africa in 1902 (mentioned in despatches). Also in the operations in the Bassana and 
Wurkum Countries — slightly wounded. Served in the Kano-Sokato Expedition in West Africa in 1903 — twice wounded 
(mentioned in despatches, DSO.). 

23 Lieut. G. J. Sandys served in South African war in 1899-1901 with the Imperial Yeomanry ; took part in opera- 
tions in Orange River Colony 1900, including actions at Wittebergen ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900 ; 
and in Cape Colony, north of Orange River (Medal with three Clasps). 

24 Sir M. G. Crofton served in the South African war in 1899-1900 with the 2nd Battalion Lancashire Fusiliers 
with the Ladysmith Relief Force, and was present in the engagement at Venters Spruit — severely wounded ; also took 
part in operations in Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900 (Medal with two Clasps). 

28 Lieut. T. C. Gurney served in the South African war in 1901-2 on the Staff, and took part in the operations in 
the Transvaal, May to August 1901, and March to 31st May 1902 ; also in the operations in Orange River Colons', 
August 1901 to March 1902, and in Cape Colony in May 1902 (Medal with three Clasps). 

30 Lieut. Baldock served in South African war in 1899-1900 with the Household Cavalry Regiment, and was present 
at relief of Kimberley; took part in operations in Orange Free State, including Paardeberg and action at Driefon- 
tein ; in the Transvaal May and June 1900, including actions at Johannesburg and Diamond Hill; in Orange River 
Colony rgoo, including actions at Wittebergen ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, including actions at Coles- 
berg (Medal with six Clasps). 



Windsor. 

Vears'Ser ] 
: FuU|HalI 
Pay. Pay. 



Royal Horse Guards {Tie Blues). 134 

The Royal Arms.. "Dettingen" "Peninsula" "Waterloo " "Egypt 1882"" Tel-el-Kbbie." 

Colonel in Chief.— Bit Majesty THE KING. 

Colonel.— Et. Hon. Garnet Joseph, Viscount Wolseley,' EP. GCB. OM. GCMG. Colonel in Chief Soya! Irish 

Regiment [R] ; Ensign, 12 March 52 ; Lieut. 16 May 53 ; Captain, 26 Jan. 55 ; Bt.Major, ?i Mar. ;3 ; Bt.Lt. 

Colonel, 26 Apr. 59; Major, 15 Feb. 61 ; Colonel, 5 June 63; Major General, 6 Mar. 63 ; Lf. General, 25 

Mar. 7S ; General, 10 Nov. 82 ; i-VeM Marshal, 26 May 94 ; Colonel Royal Horse Guards, 20 Mar. 95. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Hemv Thomas Fenwick.J MVO. DSO. Lieut, xi Mar. 85 ; Capt. 15 Apr. qi ; Major, 

19 Sept. 96; .Br. Lt. Colonel, 7 Oct. 99; Lt. Colonel, 7 Oct. 03 ; Colonel, 7 Oct. 04. 



Majoes. 



2SD LIEUT. 



Arthur Yaughan Hanning Yaughan-LeeG-\ 

{Bt.Lt. Colonel, 7 Oct. 03), 2nd ;'» Com- > 

mand, 7 Oct. 03 .) 

Gordon C'hcsney Wilson," MVO ' 4 May 87! 

Wilfred Francis Ricardo*' 16 May 83 



BEEV.MAJ. 



18 July 3s 18 Apr. 94 



Captains. 



Gerald James FitzGeraldO 

William Dixon Mann-Thomson 

John Geo. Marquis of Tullibardine,!- 

MYO. DSO. Commanding Scottish Horse 

Imperial Yeomanry 

Hon. Alg. Hy. Chas. Hanbury-Tracy, 1 " 

Adjt. Shropshire Imp. Yeo. 23 Sept. 04... 
Henfv William, Viset. Crichton, 1 ' DSO. 
Hon. "Arthur Vesey Meade.i'' Adjutant 

25 Mar. 04 

Hon. Dudlev ChurchiF. Marjoribanks, 1 " 

MVO. DSO 

Charles Stewart Henry, Yisct. Castle- 

reagb, MVO 

H.SM. Prince AlexanderAug.Fred.Wm. 

Alfred George of TecW*,GC .VDOSO. 

Knight of Justice of St. John of Jerusalem; 

Aldershot 

Harold Ernest Brassey ,,J 



S Dec. 8S 21 Nov. 
18 Sept. 89 1 i3 Jan. 



7 Oct. 99 

1 4 Jan . 03 
7 Oct. 99 



17 July 89 

4 Mar. 91 

28 Dec. 92 

28 Dec. 92 

5 May 94 
13 Feb. 95 



24 Sept. 90, 6 Feb. 05 

5 Apr. 93! 4 Mar. 96 

30 Dec. 931 20 Nov. 99 29 Nov. 00 

18 Apr. 94 1 Feb. 00' 2 Feb. 00 

6 Feb. 95 24 Feb. 00 
4 Mar. 961 24 Feb. oo 



3 July 95 13 Jan. 97 23 Mar. 04! 



J 3 Sept. 97] 30 Aug. 99 



24 Oct. 94 
8 Sept. 97 



.Lieutenants. 



Adrian Rose 20 

Reginald, Lord Herbert, MVO 

William Lenox Naper 

Charles John Alton Chetwynd, J'isct.\ 

Ingestre 5 

Owain Edward Whitehead Greaves 

John Peter Gerald Maurice Fitzgerald 

Richard Granville Hylton Howtu-d-Yy.se ... 



Second Lieutenant. 



Geoffrey Vans Salvin Bowlby 



9 Mar. 04 
GeraldRobarts^tie ut.-j Hussars 29 Nov.co) 23 July 04 



26 June 99 
9 Oct. 99 



29 Mar. 99 24 Feb. 

6 Sept. 99 8 Aug. 00 

15 Nov. 99; 8 Aug. 

ti Apr. 00 15 Jan. 

4 July 00 29 Jan. 

22 Oct. 02 S Mar. 

Dec. 02 Apr. 



6 Apr. 04 

3 Sept. 04 
23 Sept. 04 



Biding Master.— William Henry King,80 IO June 85 ; Hon Captain, 10 June 
Quarter Master. — William Stubb8,81 27 Nov. 95 ; Hon. Lieut. 



93 ; Hon. Major, 1 Jan. 03. 



... Quarter Master. — William Stubbs, :i ' 27 Nov. 95 ; Hon. Lieut. ' 

... Medical Oficers.-Hugh Rayner, MB. 3IRCS. 13 Feb. 97; Surg. Capt. 30 Jan. 86 ; Surg. Major,™ June 00 

St. J. 13. Killery, 4 May 04 ; Surg. Capr. 
... Veterinary Officer.— Vet. Major Francis Binyoun Drage,-' 1 May 97 ; Vet. Lieut. i3 July S3- Cantain 
78 July 98; Major, iS July 03. ' 

Blue— Facings Scarlet. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

Returned from France, 1 Feb. 1816. Detachment emlarkcd for South Africa, 29 Nov. 1899 ; returned, 23 Nov. 1933. 



1 Lord Wolseley served with the 80th Regiment in the Burmese war of 1852-53 (Medal for Pegu) was with th» 
expedition under Sir John Cheape against the robber chief Myattoon, and was severely wounded when leading the 
storming party^against the chief's stronghold on the 19th March (mentioned in despatches). Landed in the Crimea 




subsequently as D.A.Q.M. General to Grant's division and with it at the affair of BareeractionarNawabeuneeVar^ 
all thr others fought by that force (repeatedly mentioned in despatches, Brev:t cf Lt.Col., Medal with Cla3p). S"rved 



i34 a Royal Horse Guards (The Blues). 

n the war o£ i860 in China upon the Quarter Master General's Staff, and was present at the assault of the Taku 
Forts, and in all the engagements throughout the campaign (promoted Major unattached, Medal with two Clasps); 
Commanded the expedition sent in 1870 from Canada to the Red River Territory for the suppression of the Rebel 
Government established at Fort Garry against the Queen's authority, and was created a Knight of St. Michael and St: 
George and Companion of the Bath for his services upon that occasion (Medal). Was Governor and Commander 
of the Forces on the Gold Coast during the Ashanti war of 1873-74 (received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, 
promoted to be Major General for distinguished service in the field, GCMG. KCB. and Medal with Clasp). At a 
meeting of the Common Council of the Corporation of London it was unanimously resolved as follows : — " That the 
honorary freedom of this City, with a sword of the value of 100 guineas, be presented to Major General Sir Garnet 
Joseph Wolseley, KCB. GCMG., in recognition of his gallant services in the British Army, and especially in reference 
to the distinguished ability and gallantry displayed by him in his command of the expedition to the Gold Coast, by 
which he obtained results conducive to peace, commerce, and civilisation on the continent of Africa; And this Court 
desires also to record its admiration of the patient endurance of hardship exhibited, and the valuable co-operation 
and assistance rendered to Sir Garnet Wolseley, by the gallant officers and men of both services and of all arms engaged 
in the expedition." Was sent to South Africa in June 1879 as Governor and High Commissioner of Natal and lands 
adjacent, with local rank of General; Completed the subjugation of the Zulus and brought the Zulu war to a con- 
clusion: Afterwards overpowered Sekukuni's hostile nation and destroyed their stronghold ; and finally subdued 
the disaffected Boers and completed the annexation of the Transvaal (GCB. Medal with Clasp). Was Commander in 
Chief of the British Expeditionary Army throughout the Egyptian war of 1882, in which campaign that Army in the 
space of 25 days effected disembarkation at Ismailia, traversed the desert, and seized the capital of Egypt together 
with its citadel and the rebel chief, having in that period fought and defeated the enemy five times — finally at Tel-el- 
Kebir, where the enemy's strongly entrenched position was taken at the point of the bayonet after anarduous night . 
march, all his guns captured, and his army overwhelmed (received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, raised 
to the peerage, promoted General for distinguished service in the field, Medal with Clasp, 1st Class of the Osmanieh, 
and Khedive's Star). Commanded the forces in the Soudan campaign in 1884-85 (received the thanks of both Houses 
of Parliament, was raised to a Viscount in the peerage, and received two Clasps). 

"' Colonel H. T. Fenvvick served in South African war in 1899-1900, and was present at relief of Kimberley ; 
took part in operations in Orange Free State ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900 ; in Orange River Colony May 
to Nov. 1900 ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900 (mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with 
six Clasps). 

Lt.Colonel A. V. H. Vaughan-Lee served in South African war in 1899-1900, and was present at relief of Kim- 
berley ; took part in operations in Orange Free State ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900 (Medal 
with two Clasps). 

' Major Wilson served in the South African war in 1899-1900 as Aide de Camp to Major General Baden-Powell 
and took part in defence of Mafeking (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps). 

8 Major W. F. Ricardo served in South African war in 1899-1900, and took part in operations in Cape Colony, south 
of Orange River, 1899-1900 (Medal with three Clasps). 

Captain FitzGerald served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart 
in 1897-98 as extra Orderly Officer to the General Officer Commanding the Malakand F eld Force (Medal with 
Clasp). Served in South African war in 1899-1900, and took part in operations in Orange River Colony May to Nov. 
1900 (Medal with three Clasps). 

I' 2 The Marquis of Tullibardine served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898 with 
rank of Bimbashi, as Staff Officer to Lt.Colonel Broadwood, Commanding the Cavalry of the Egyptian Army, 
and was present at the Cavalry reconnaissance of 4th April, and at the battles of the Atbara (mentioned in 
despatches) and Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, DSO. British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps): 
Served in the South African war in 1899-1902, attached to the Royal Dragoons, as Staff Officer to Brigadier 
General Burn-Murdoch, and afterwards as Lt.Colonel commanding the Scottish Horse (two Regiments), which corps 
he was appointed to raise for service in South Africa 15th Dec. 1900. Took part in the relief of Ladysmith, 
including the action at Colenso ; the operations of the 17th to 24th Jan. 1900, and the action at Spion Kop ; the 
operations of the 5th to 7th Feb., and the action at Vaal Krantz ; the operations on Tugela Heights, 14th to 27th 
Feb. 1900, and the action at Pieter's Hill ; and the operations in Natal March to June 1900. Afterwards com- 
manded the Scottish Horse in the operations in the Eastern and Western Transvaal (three times mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

13 Major the Hon. Hanbury-Tracy served in the operations in Uganda in 1897—98 (mentioned in despatches, 3rd 
Class of the Brilliant Star of Zanzibar, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 
1899-1900 on Special Service, and took part in the defence of Mafeking (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three 
Clasps). Served in operations in Somaliland in 1901 with the Abyssinian Forces (mentioned in despatches, CMG-, Medal 
with Clasp). 

1* Lord Crichton served in the South African war in 1899-1900 as Aide de Camp to Major General J. F. Brockle- 
hurst ; took part in defence of Ladysmith, and operations in Natal March to June 1900 ; and in the Transvaal, east of 
Pretoria, July to Nov. 1900 (mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with five Clasps). 

IS Captain Hon. A. V. Meade served in South African war in 1899-1900 on the Staff — severely wounded ; took part in 
relief of Kimberley, also operations in the Orange Free State, in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, and in 
Orange River Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with five Clasps). 

17 Captain Hon. D. C. Marjoribanks served in South African war in 1899-1902, and was present at relief of Kimberley ; 
took part in operations in Orange Free State: in the Transvaal in May and June 1900; in Orange River Colony 
May to Nov. 1900 ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900 (mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with 
six Clasps). 

18 Prince Alexander of Teck served in the operations in South Africa under Sir Frederick Carrington in 1806 as 
Acting Staff Officer (mentioned in despatches, Medal, DSO.'i. Served in the South African war in i899-i900„on the 
Staff (mentioned in despatches. Medal with five Clasps, and DSO.). 

10 Captain H. E. Brassey served in South African war in 1899-1900, and took part in operations in Orange River 
Colony May to Nov. 1900 (Medal with three Clasps). 

20 Lieut. A. Rose served in South African war in 1899-1900, 1902, and was employed with Imperial Yeomanry (Medal 
with three Clasps). 

'-'8 Lieut. G. Robarts served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal March to 
31st May 1902 ; in Orange River Colony Jan. to March and May 1902 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1901 to Jan. 1902. 

•'0 Major King served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898 with the 21st Lancers, 
and was present at the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp): 

SI Lieut. Stubbs served in South African war in 1899-1900, and was present at relief of Kimberley ; took part in opera- 
tions in Orange Free State ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900 ; in Orange River Colony May to Nov. 1900 ; and 
in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with six Clasps). 

33 Captain Drage. — For War Services, see Army Veterinary Department, page 39s: 



Aldershot. 



1st (The King's) Dragoon Guards. 



i35 



Fall Hall 
Pay. Pay. 



The Royal Cypher within the Garter. "Blenheim" "Ramillies" "Oudenabde " " Malplaquet" 

"Dettingbn" "Wateeloo" "Sevastopol" "TakuFohts" "Pekik" "South Afbica,8i7q." 

Colonel in Chief.— Sis Imperial Majesty Francis Joseph I. Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary, KG. 

25 Mar. 96. 
Colonel. — James Rohert Steadman Sayer, 1 CB. Cornet, p 23 May 45 ; Lt. p 3i March 40 ; Capt. p 2z Nov. 50 ; 

Major, p 6 Feb. 57 ; Lt. Colonel, ''21 Oct. 59 ; Colonel, 21 Oct. 64 ; Major General, 6 Feb. 70 ; Lieut. General, 

13 March 85 ; Colonel 1 Dragoon Guards, 25 June 86. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Steuart Bogle Smithy CB. Lieut. 28 Jan. 82 ; Capt. 17 Feb. 92; Major, 14 June 98 ; 

Lt. Colonel, 14 June 02. 



Majobs. 



2Ndlieut. 



William James Smyth Fergusson," 2nd\ 

in Command 4 June 02 /] 

Frederick Courtenay Longuet Hultons ...I 

Hugh de Crespigny Eastwood, 11 DSO....\ 

John Ambard Bell-Smythi° 21 Dec. 



Captains. 

Herbert Francis Langton n ' 8 Oct. 

Henry John Williams^ 4 Mar. 

Patrick Moir Byresis I 23 Oct. 

Hugh Fforde Searightu I 6 Mar. 

Henry Francis Wickham.lJ Adjutant ) 

Yorkshire Hussars Imp. Yeo. 1 Oct. 04... j 
William Jeffery IjOckettKDSO. Adjutant} 

Lancashire Ilttssars, 1 July 02 j 



Lieutenants. 

Darcy Arthur Rasbotham 1 ? 

Duncan Mackinnon Gray, 1 * Adjutant ; 

9 Oct. 04 $ 

Leon Serena Dennyi'J 

Arthur Montagu Turner'-il 

Francis Hartley Charlton'^ 

James Ronald Glennie AdamM 

Samuel Clifford Holland 2« 

William Gerald Forrester Renton'^ 

John Jasper Brocklebank,'^ DSO 

S. G. O. RidderborgW 



7 July 

3 Sept. 

4 Jan. 

14 Mar. 
23 May 
23 May 
23 Maj 

15 Aug, 
iS Aug. 

3 Oct. 



Second Lieutenants. 

George Ronald Hamilton Cheape™ 21 Dec. 

Douglas Clifton Brown 26 Mar. 

Hamilton James Miers, India,/ Arm;/ ' 3 Jan. 

Reginald Strctton Spurrier, Indian Army...] 28 Jan. 



4 July 

5 Mar. 



BEEV. MAJ, 



6 Feb. 84 29 June 90I 11 Apr, oa 

24 Nov. 86: iS Oct. 93 1 Apr. o; 

19 Aug. 85! 14 June 94; 1 20 June 03 

1 Apr. 90! is Nov. Q5 1 29 Nov. 00' 16 July 04 



7 Sept. 92' 14 June 
1 Mar. 93 13 Sept. 
19 Aug. 91 



11 Mar. 96 
2 June 97 
10 Jan. 94 



18 May 

24 Aug. 

22 Nov. 
10 Oct. 

4 Jan. 

4 Jan. 

4 Jan. 

4 Jan. 

19 Oct. 
8 Feb. 



99 



17 May 

22 Nov. 

7 Apr. 

4 July 



Jtily 99 



Siding Master.— William PlowmaD, 3 Jan. if,; lion. Lieut— With 1 Prov. Seal, of Dragoon*. 
Quarter Master.— William Thomas James Wells, 12 Sept. 03 ; lion. Lieut, 

Scarlet— .Facias Blue— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 



1 Lieut.Gcneral Sayer served with the 1st Dragoon Guards in the Crimean campaign from iSth August, XS15 
including the siege and fall of Scbastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Commanded the Regiment in 
China throughout the campaign of i860, including the action of Sinho, and those of the 18th and 21st September ; 
also the surrender of Pekin (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with two Clasps); 

•> Lt. Colonel Bogle Smith served with the South African Field Force in 1901-02, commanding a column in Orange 
River Colony, August to Dec. 1901 ; took part in operations in the Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony 
mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with three Clasps). 

Major Fcrgusson served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 2nd Battalion of the Duke of Cornwall's 

Light Infantry, and took part in the operations of the Advance Column under Major General Earle (Medal with Clasp, 

and Khedive's Star). Served with South African Field Force in 1901-02, and took part in operations in the Transvaal, 

e River Colony, and Cape Colony (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps). 

« Major Hulton served with the South African Field Force in 1900-02, and took part 
Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony. 

LJOT Eastwood served with the South African Field Force in 1901-02— twice severely wounded, and took part 
in operations in Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cafe Colony (mentioned in despatches, DSO.). 



in 1900-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal, 



135^ *&t {The King's) Dragoon Guards. 

1° Major Bell-Smyth served with the South African Field Force as Aide de Camp to Lord Methuen, was present 
at actions of Belmont, Enslin, Modder River, and Magersfontein, and as Brigade Major to Brigadier General Mahon 
during relief of Mafeking (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major). 

11 Captain Langton served with the South African Field Force in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Orange River 
Colony and Cape Colony. 

12 Captain Williams served with the South African Field Force in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaa!, 
Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony (Medal with three Clasps). 

13 Major Moir-Byres served in the operations in the Lagos Hinterland in 1897-98 (mentioned in despatches. Brevet 
of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served in South African war in 1901-02 as Special Service Officer, and took part in oper- 
ations in Rhodesia ; and in the Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony (Medal with four Clasps). 

M Captain Searight served with South African Field Force in 1901-02 ; took part in operations in Transvaal, Orange 
River Colony, and Cape Colony (Medal with three Clasps). 

15 Captain and Adjutant Wickham served with the Carabiniers, South African Field Force, in 1899-1900: Present 
at actions of Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Karree Siding, relief of Kimberley, operations around Johannes- 
burg, Pretoria and Colesberg (Jan. and Feb.), and as Adjutant King's Dragoon Guards in 1901-02 (Medal with four 
Clasps). 

16 Captain Lockett served with the 14th Hussars, South African Field Force, in 1900-01: Present at the relief of 
Kimberley, actions at Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Houtnek, Vet River, Zand River, operations round 
Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Belfast, afterwards employed with Imperial Yeomanry (mentioned in despatches, DSO-, 
Medal with six Clasps). 

17 Lieut. Rasbotham served with the South African Field Force in 1901-02 — wounded at Wolvekuilen, and took 
part in operations in Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony (Medal with three Clasps). 

18 Lieut. Gray served with South African Field Force in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal, Orange 
River Colony, and Cape Colony (Medal with three Clasps). 

13 Lieut. Denny served with the South African Field Force in 1901-02 as Brigade Signalling Officer — dangerously 
wounded at Ventersburg ; took part in operations in Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony (Medal with three 
Clasps). 

21 Lieut. Turner served with the South African Field Force in 1901-02, and took part in operations in the Transvaal, 
Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony (Medal with three Clasps). , 

22 Lieut. Wood served with the South African Field Force in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal, Orange 
River Colony, and Cape Colony (Medal with two Clasps). 

24 Lieut. Charlton served with the South African Field Force in 1901 — severely wounded at Korannaburg, and 
took part in operations in Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony (Medal with three Clasps). 

25 Lieut. Adam servedwith Loch's Horse, South African Field Force, in 1899—1900. Present at actions of Karree 
Siding, Houtnek, Vet River, Zand River, Diamond Hill, and operations about Johannesburg, Pretoria, Belfast, and 
Bothaville ; and in the Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony, 1900-01. 

26 Lieut. Holland served with South African Field Force in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal, Orange 
River Colony, and Cape Colony (Medal with three Clasps). 

28 Lieut. Renton served with the 6th Battalion Warwick Regiment, South African Field Force, in 1900, and with 
the King's Dragoon Guards in 1901-02, and took part in operations in the Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cape 
Colony (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

°'J Lieut. Brocklebank served with Imperial Yeomanry, South African Field Force, in 1900, and with the King's 
Dragoon Guards in igor-02 ; took part in operations in Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony (mentioned 
in despatches, DSO., Medal with three Clasps). 

30 Lieut. Ridderborg served with Brabant's Horse, South African Field Force, in 1899-1900: Present at defence 
of Wepener and took part in the operations in Orange River Colony (May to November 1900) including Wittebergen; 
Bothaville, and operations in Cape Colony and Orange River Colony 1899-1900; 

*! Second Lieut Cheape served in the South African war in 1900-02 with the Imperial Yeomanry, and took part 
in the operations in the Transvaal, Orange River Colony and Cape Colony: 



Pretoria, Transvaal. 2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays). 



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The Royal Cypher within the Garter. "Ldcsxow." 

Colonel.— Sir William Henry Seymour,' KCB. Ensign, 9 -} May 47 ; Lt. 10 June 52; Capt. 2}Dec. 54 j Major, -13 

Maj* 58 ; Lt. Colonel, 7 July 5S ; Colonel, 7 July 63 ; Major General, 24 Dec. 68 ; Lieut. General, 30 Sept. 82 ; 

General, 1 Jan. 85 j Colonel 3rd Dragoon Guards, 2 Nov. 8 ;; Colonel 13th Hussars, 5 Jan. 91 ; Colonel 2nd 

Dragoon Guards, 20 Jan. 94. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Hew Dalrymple Fanshawe. 9 Lt. 28 June 82; Capt. 2 July 84; Major, 23 Oct. 03 j 

Bt. Zf.Co?. 29 Nov. co; Lt. Colonel, 20 Nov. 03 ; Colonel, 22 Sept. 04. 



Majors. 

William Kirk,l° 2nd in Command, 20 Nov. 03 

William Horsley Persse, 11 Comdg, Cu ralrg, / 

Egyptian Army, with rank of Lt. Colonel... j 

Herbert William Wilberforce 14 

Edward William Llewtel'.in Urquhartl 5 . . 
Richard Lucas ilullens.ls Stuff Colh-qe 



Captains. 

Edward Spencer Dickinio 

Charles Albert Leslie French 

Cecil Tellew Bradshaw^o 

James Alexander 3rowning2l 

Laurie Charles Frith Oppenheim,'-- War > 

Office j 

George Harold Abseil Ingi' 

G eorge Patrick Osborn Springfield'^ 



Lieutenants. 

Minden Charles Cardigan Pinching,-"' Ad- j 
jutant 15 July 03 ) 

Thomas Edmund Hesketh,-'' Army Orl- j 
nance Department j 

Ralph Fernie27 

Adrian Knapp Hilyar O'Brien® 

Edward Nugent Bankes'- 3 

John Evelyn Holdsworth 

Reginald Ernest Dennis Milner .. 

John Tom Nortb.31 

David H .ward Evans*' 

Edward Stone 

Thomas Humphrey Sneyd 

Francis Gilbert Crompton-w 



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John Dunville Lees-"'' 

Herbert Gillie; 1 '" 

Arthur Douglas Sloane 

William Henry Tapp 

Charles Frederick Somes Stewart {2nd ) 
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.Hiding Master.— George Moloney/' 4 Mar. 03; Hon. Lieut. 
Quarter "Mauler.— Joseph Hopkins, 1,; 3 Nov. 91 ; Ron. Capt. 3 Nov. or. 

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1 Sir William Henry Seymour served during the Crimean campaign of 1034-35 with the 68th Light Infantry, includ- 
ing the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, andTurkish Medal). 
Served in the Indian Mutiny campaigns of 1858-59 with the 2nd Dragoon Guards, including the action of Nusserut 
pore, siege and capture of Lucknow (charger wounded), and subsequent operations, action of Nawabgunge (in com- 
mand of three squadrons of the Regiment), and re-occupation of Fyzabad. Commanded the Bays throughout the 
Oude campaign, including the action of Sundcela (wounded), assault and capture of Birwah. and Trans-Gogra affairs 
at Bungaon (Gazetted Brevet Major on 20th July, 1858, frequently mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and 
LH.). 

Colonel Fanshawe served with the 19th Hussars in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was preesnt in the action 
at Kassasin on the 9th September and at the bailie of Tel-el-Keb : r (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star); Served 

10 



I3* a 2n d Dragoon Guards {Queens Bays). 

in the Soudan Expedition in 1884- with the 19th Hussars, and was present in the engagements at El Teb and Temai 
(mentioned in despatches, two Clasps). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 19th Hussars, and was 
present in the engagements at Abu Klea and Metammeh (two Clasps). Served in South African war in 1899-1902, 
and took part in operations in Natal in 1899, including actions at Rietfontein and Lombard's Kop ; also the defence of 
Ladysmith, including sorties of 7th and 10th Dec. 1899, and action of 6th Jan. 1900 ; in Natal March to June 1900, in- 
cluding action at Laing's Nek ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. rgoo, including actions at Belfast 
and Lydenberg ; in Orange River Colony May to 29th Nov. 1900 ; in the Transvaal March to May 1902 ; in Orange 
River Colony, Jan. to March and May 1902 ; and in Cape Colon)', Dec. 1901 to Jan. 1902 ; was in command of 2nd 
Dragoon Guards from 16th Dec. 1901 to 31st May 1902 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with 
four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

10 Major W. Kirk served in South African war in 1902 in command of Imperial Yeomanry Battalion ; took part 
in operations in the Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony May 1902. 

11 Lt. Colonel Persse served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896, including 
the engagement at Firket and the operations at Hafir (mentioned in despatches, 4th Class of the Medjidie, Khedive's 
Medal with two Clasps). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1897 and 1898, and took part in Cavalry reconnaissance 
of 4th April 1898 — wounded ; was present at the battles of Atbara and Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Major, three Clasps to Egyptian Medal, Medal). 

14 Major Wilberforce served in the Hazara Expedition in 1891 as Orderly Officer to Major General Elles, Command- 
ing the Force (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served in South African war in 1899-1902 as Special Service 
Officer, including service as Assistant Provost Marshal, and as Assistant to Military Governor, Pretoria. 

15 Major E. W. L. Urquhart served in South African war in 1901-02, and was employed with South African Constabu- 
lary ; took part in operations in the Transvaal and Orange River Colony May to Oct. 1901, and in the Transvaal 
Oct. igor to 31st May 1902. 

18 Major R. L. Mullens served in the South African war in 1899—1902 — severely wounded; Served with the 
1st Regiment Brabant's Horse, and as Adjutant 2nd Dragoon Guards. Took part in the operations in the Orange 
Free State, including the actions at Houtnek,.Vet River, and Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, 
including the actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ;• in the Transvaal, W. of Pretoria, including 
the actions at Elands River ; in Orange River Colony, including the actions at Bethlehem and Wittebergen; in 
Cape Colony, S. of Orange River, including the act : ons at Colesburg; in the Transvaal, March to April 1902; in 
Orange River Colony, January to April 1902; and in Cape Colony, December 1901 to January 1902, and April to 
May 1902 (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

19 Captain E. S. Dickin served in South African war in 1902, and took part in operations in Transvaal April to May 
1902 ; in Orange River Colony May rgo2 ; and in Cape Colony April 1902. 

SO Captain C. P. Bradshaw served in South African war in 1901-02 ; took part in operations in Transvaal March 
to May 1902 ; in Orange River Colony Jan. to March 1902, May 1902 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1901 to Jan. 1902. 

21 Captain J. A. Browning served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal March to 
May 1902 ; in Orange River Colony Jan. to March 1902, May 1902 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1901 to Jan. 1902 (Medal 
with five Clasps). 

22 Captain Oppenheim served throughout the Tirah campaign of 1897 attached to the Northamptonshire Regiment ; 
was also present at the battle of Omdurman, and served throughout the Nile Expedition of 1898 as a correspondent. 
Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 with Thorneycroft's Mounted Infantry, and was present at the reliei 
of Ladysmith, in the subsequent operations in Northern Natal including the engagements at Helpmakaar, Botha's 
Pass, and Allemann's Nek, and in the advance into the Eastern Transvaal and the operations under Sir F, Clery 
around Standerton and Heidelberg. Served with the 2nd Dragoon Guards from Dec. rgoo, and commanded a 
squadron of the Scottish Horse from Feb. 1902 till the end of the war, taking part in the operations in the Western 
Transvaal under Sir Ian Hamilton (Medal with 6 Clasps; King's Medal with Clasp). 

23 Captain G. H. A. Ing served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal March to 
May rgo2 ; in Orange River Colony Jan. to March igo2, May igo2 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. igor to Jan. igo2. 

24 Captain G. P.O. Springfield served in South African war in igoo-02 with Lumsden's Corps. Took part in operations 
in Orange Free State, April and May rgoo, including actions at Vet River and Zand River ; in Transvaal in May and 
June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg and Pretoria ; in Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July and August 1900, 
and May and July igor ; in Orange River Colony, Feb. igor to 31st May igo2 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal, 
Sept. and Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony in Feb. 1901 (Medal with three Clasps). 

25 Lieut. M. C. C. Pinching served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal March 
to May igo2 ; in Orange River Colony Jan. to March igo2 and May igo2 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. igoi to Jan. 
igo2. 

2<J Lieut. T. E. Hesketh served in South African war in i8gg-igoo in the Imperial Yeomanry.' 

27 Lieut. R. Fernie served in South African war in i8gg-igo2 with Imperial Yeomanry ; took part in operations in 
Transvaal March to May igo2 ; in Orange River Colony Jan. to March igo2 and May 1902 : and in Cape Colony Dec. 
1901 to Jan. igo2 (Medal with five Clasps). 

28 Lieut. A. K. H. O'Brien served in South African war in i8gg-igo2 ; with 3rd Battalion Welsh Regiment from Feb. 
igoo to Oct. tgoi. Took part in operations south of Orange River in igoo ; north of Orange River in igoo-01. Em- 
ployed with Armoured Trains from Dec. igoo to May 1901 ; served as Railway Staff Officer at Vryburg from June 
1901 to Nov. igoi. Served with 2nd Dragoon Guards from Dec. igoi to 31st May igo2, and took part in operations in 
Cape Colony and Orange River Colony Dec. igoi to Feb. 1902 ; and in Eastern Transvaal from Feb. 1902 to May 1902 
(Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

29 Lieut: E: N. Bankes served in t'te South African war in 1901-02 (mentioned in despatches). 

31 Lieut. J. T. North served in South African war in 1902 (Medal with four Clasps). 

32 Lieut. D. H. Evans served in South African war in i8gg-igo2, and took part in operations in Transvaal, Orange 
River Colony and Cape Colon)', April to 31st May igo2. 

34 Lieut. J. D. Lees served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations iin Cape Colony July 
1901 to 31st May i902j(Medal with Clasp). 

315 Second Lieut. Crompton served in the South African war in 1902, and took part in the operations in Cape 
Colony, January to May 1902. 

37 Second Lieut. H. Gillies served in South African war in 1902, and took part in operations in Cape Colony March 
to 31st May igo2 (Medal with three Clasps). 

44 Lieut. G. Maloney served in South African war in igoo-01. 

45 Captain J. Hopkins served in the operations on the North West Frontier of India with the Tirah Expeditionary 
Force in i8g7-g8 (Medal with Clasp). Served in South African war in igoi-02, and took part in operations in the Transvaal 
March to May 1902; in Orange River Colon)" Jan. to March and May 1902 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1901 to Jan. 1902 
(mentioned in despatches). 



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I'ears'Sei] The Prince's Plume. The Rising Sun and Red Dragon. "Blenheim" "Ramillies" "Ocdenabde" 
Full Hail "Malplaquet" "Talateea" "Albubteba" "Vittobia" "Peninsula" " Abyssinia." 

iy - *OL\ Colonel.— Andrew Smyth Montague Browne.l -znd Lieut. 18 Nov. 53: Lieut. 16 Mar. 55; Captain, 
24 Dec. ;8 ; Major, 30 June 69 ; Lt. Colonel, 1 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 1 Oct. 81 ; "Major General, 10 Feb. 93 ; 
I Colonel 3 Dragoon Guards, 2 Mar. 03. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — Herbert Mercer, 4 Lieut. 30 Jan. 84; Captain, 8 Apr. 90; Major, 3 Apr. 97; 
Lt. Colonel, 2 July 04. 



Majoes. 



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Tan. 

8 June 



Francis John Ryder 7 (Bf. Lt. Colonel\\ 

26 June 02) j[ 3° 

Oswald Buckley Bingham Smith-Bing-") 

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Hubert Balfour Ogilvy Williams 1' 17 Jan. 

Harry Adair Thompson 10 27 'une 

Harold Maxwell Grenfell.u JUVO. :»i] 

in Command, 5 Oct . o$(Bt.Lt. -Colonel, f 17 Aug. 

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17 Sept. 91 

23 Dec. qi 

10 Oct. 94 

18 Dec. 80 



Captains. 



Percival Naylor Kent, Adjutant Notts ) 

Lmp. Yeom. 21 Jan. 02 j 

Robert Edward M'lllree Lomer' 2 

Philip Guy Reynolds, 13 DSO. Adjutant j 

Oxford Imperial Yeomanry, 20 Feb. 03 J 

Guy Hartley Watson" 

Jas. Howard Adolphus Anr.esley, 15 Z)SO. / 

Staff Captain, Pretoria Sub-TJhtrict ... j 
Gerald Achilles Burgovne,' 6 Adjutant! 

Fife and Forfar Imp. Ye.o, n May 03... $ 

Alfred Burt 17 

George Trevor-Roper Cook 18 

John Higson Hayes" 

Llewellyn Partridge 20 

Dulas Bentley Parry 21 

George A. Weir 

Edward ffrancis Ward Lascelles, 22 ) 

Adjutant 10 July 04 j 



Lieutenants. 

Thomas Villiers Tuthill Thacker 23 

Andrew Hubert Watt 21 

Sandford Raymond Alcr.s Hankey 2 ' 

Stanley Somerset Wreford Paddon, 27 ] 

Indian Army J 

Grosvenor Talbot Cliff 29 

Gerard Gloag Sadler 3 " 

Robert Stanley Pearson 31 

Harold Ernest Berry 31 

Jecil Walter Brcnnand 37 ! 



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Second Lieutenants. 

James Joseph Adams, West African) 
Regiment, with rank of Lieut / 

John Tate Gibbs-'W 

Leycester Varlcy Owston 

Frederick Alexander Charles Liebcrt 

George Henry Herbert, W. African} 
Begt., with rank of Lieut / 

Cecil Ernest Walker | 2 Mar. 04 



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Quarter Master.— Charles Henry Thorne," 5 Aug. 96 ; Hon. Lieut. 

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1 Major General A. S. M. Browne served with the Scots Greys in the Crimea from 30th July to 1st September, 
and from October to December 1855. including the battles of Tchernaya and the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with 
Clasp, Turkish Medal). 

I Lt.Colonel H. Mercer served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in the Transvaal Mav and 
July 1901 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and'Octi 
1901 ; and in Cape Colony Feb. 1901 (Medal with three Clasps). 
5 Major Cotton served in the South African war in 1901 (Medal with three Clasps). 

7 Major Ryder served in the South African war in 1899-1902 on the Staff, and as Inspecting Officer of Remounts 
in Cape Colony : took part in operations in the Transvaal, Orange River Colony and Cape Colony 30th Nov. 1000 to 
hist May 1902 ; and on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 (mentioned in despatches Brevet of 
I Lt.Colonel, Medal with three Clasps). 

« Major Smith-Bingham served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in the operations in the Transvaal 
I May and July 1901 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. 
J and Oct. 1901 i and in Cape Colony Feb. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with three Clasps) 



T37 a 3>"d (The Prince of Wales's) Dragoon Guards. 

9 Major H. B. O. Williams served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal May and 
July 1901 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 
1901 : and in Cape Colony Feb. 1901 (Medal with three Clasps). 

10 Major H. A. Thompson served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lock- 
hart in 1897-98 with the Tochi Field Force as Orderly Officer 2nd Brigade, and afterwards with the Tirah 
Expeditionary Force as Assistant Transport Officer 3rd Brigade 2nd Division (Medal with two Clasps). Served in Soutfa 
African war as Aide de Camp to Major General Brook, CB. commanding Harrismith District, 1901-1902 (Medal 
with two Clasps). 

11 Lt. Colonel Grenfell served in the campaign in the Soudan under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1898 as Acting Orderly 
Officer to Brigadier General Lyttelton, and was present at the battle of Khartoum (mentioned in despatches, Brevet 
of Major, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with Clasp). Served in the South African war in 1899-1902 as Special 
Service Officer. Commanded 2nd Regiment of Brabant's Horse from December, 1899, to March, 190 e ; served also 
with Kitchener's Fighting Scouts. Took part in the operations in the Orange Free State, February to May, 1900, 
including the defence of Wepener; in the Transvaal, East of Pretoria, July to 29th November, rgoo; in the 
Transvaal, West of Pretoria, in 1900, including the actions at Frederickstad ; in Orange River Colony, May to 
29th November, 1900, including the actions at Lindley, Bethlehem, Wittebergen, and Caledon River; and in Cape 
Colony, South of Orange River (four times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

'" Captain Lomer served in the South African war in 1899-1900 attached to the Royal Scots Greys (Medal with 
four Clasps). 

13 Major Reynolds served in the South African war in 1899-1901 (mentioned in despatches, DSO., Brevet of 
Major (Medal with six Clasps). 

11 Captain G. H. Watson served in South African war in 1899-1902, and was present with 5th Dragoon Guards 
at operations in Natal in 1899, including actions at Elandslaagte and Lombard's Kop ; the defence of Ladysmith, in- 
cluding sort.'e of 7th Dec. 1899, and action of 6th Jan. 1900. Took part in operations in Transvaal and Natal in 1900, 
rind on the Staff in Orange River Colony and Transvaal in 1901-02 (Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two 
Clasps). 

18 C'plain Annesley served in the Campaign on the North West Frontier of India in 1897-98 as Orderly Officer to 
Sir William Lockhart, Commanding the force (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps). Served in the 
South African war 1899-1900, 1902, as Adjutant of Bethune's Mounted Infantry, and was afterwards employed 
with Imperial Yeomanry ; took part in relief of Ladysmith, including action at Colenso ; also operations of the 17th 
to 24th Jan. 1900, and action at Spion Kop ; on 5th to 7th Feb. 1900 and action at Vaal Krantz ; on Tugela Heights 
Feb. 1900; in Natal March to June 1900, including actions at Laing's Nek; in Orange River Colony May to 29th 
Nov. 1900'; in the Transvaal May and July 1901 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 ; and 
in Cape Colony Feb. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

,6 Captain Burgoyne served in the South African war in r399~r902 as Special Service Officer, including employment 
as Signalling Officer ; took part in operations in the Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony 30th Nov, 
1900 to 31st May 1902 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

" Major A. Burt served in South African war in 1899-1902 as Adjutant of the 3rd Dragoon Guards from 12th Feb. 
igoi to 31st May 1902. Took part in relief of Kimberley ; operations in Orange Free State, Feb. to May 1900, in- 
cluding operations at Paardeberg and actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, and Karree Siding ; in Transvaal, including 
actions near Johannesburg; in Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, including action at Belfast; 
operations in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, including action at Colesberg ; in Transvaal, May and July 1901 ; 
in Orange River Colony, Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal, in Sept. and Oct 1901 ; and 
in Cape Colony in Feb. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with five Clasps). 

18 Captain Cook served in South African war in 1899-1902 ; took part in operations in the Transvaal May and 
July'igoi ; in Orange River Colony Feb. to Aug. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Feb. 1901 (Medal with three Clasps). 

13 Captain J. H. Hayes served in South African war in I9or-o2, and took part in operations in the Transvaal May 
and July 1901 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. 
and Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Feb. rgoi (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps). 

20 Captain L. Partridge served in the South African war in 1899-1902 — slightly wounded ; took part in operations 
in the Transvaal May and July 1901 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to April 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier 
of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Feb. 1901 (Medal with three Clasps). 

21 Captain Parry served in the South African war in 1899-1901, and took part in operations in Orange River Colony 
and Cape Colonv (Medal with two Clasps). 

22 Captain Lascelles served in South African war in 1900-02, and took part in operations in the Transvaal 30th Nov. 

1900 to Feb. 1901 ; in Orange River Colony June to Sept. 1901, and Nov. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand 
Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. i9or ; and in Cape Colony Feb. to June 1901 (Medal with two Clasps). 

23 Lieut. Thacker served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal May and July 1901 ; 
in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; and in Cape Colony Feb. 1901 (Medal with three Clasps). 

24 Lieut. Watt served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal May and July 1901 ; 
in Orange River Colonv Feb. igor to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 ; 
and in Cape Colonv Feb. 1901 (Medal with three Clasps). 

25 Lieut. Hankey served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal May 1901, June 
to July 1901 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and 
Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Feb. 1901 (Medal with three Clasps). 

27 Lieut. Paddon served in South African war in 1901-02 ; took part in operations in Transvaal May and July 

1901 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; and in Cape Colony Feb. 1901 (Medal with three Clasps). 
29 Lieut. Cliff served in South African war in 1901-02 ; took part in operations in the Transvaal in May and July 

1901 ■ in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 
1901 '■ and in Cape Colonv Feb. i9or (Medal with two Clasps). 

31 Lieut. Pearson served in South African war in i9or-o2, and took part in operations in Orange River Colony Dec. 
1901 to March 1902. , . . . . _ , ,, , . , 

34 Lieut. Berry served in South African war in 1900-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal May and July 1901 ; 
in Orange River Colonv Feb. 1901 to 3rst May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 ; and 
in Cape" Colony 30th Nov. 1900 to Nov. igor (Medal with Clasp). 

37 Lieut. Brennand served in South African war in 1899-1902, and took part in operations in Cape Colony March to 
Julv 1901 (Medal with Clasp). 

x< Second Lieut. J. T. Gibbs served in South African war in 1900-01, and took part in operations in the Transvaal 
in Dec. 1900 ; in Orange River Colony March to May 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1900 to March 1901. 

i'i Hon. Lieut, and Quarter Master C. H. Thorne served in South African war in 1899-1902, and took part in operations 
in the Transvaal May and July 1901 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to April 1902 ; in Cape Colony Feb. 1901 ; 
and on the Zululand 'Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901. 



Record of the Services of the 3rd [The Prince of Wales's) Dragoon Guards. 
Riisedin 16S5. Germany, to 1758 (battles of Blenheim, Raimllies.OudenardeandMalplaquet). Fngland. 
to i73o France, to 1794. England, to 1839. The Peninsula, to 1809 (battles of Talavera, Albuhera and 
Vittoria) England, to 1815. France, to Jan. 1816. England, to June 1816. Ireland, to 1829. Eng- 
and to 1831 Ireland, to 1837. England, to 1843. Ireland, to 1846. Scotland, to 1848. England, to 
i8s2 Ireland, to March 1857. England, to August 1857. India, to Feb. 1868. Abyssinia, to May 
1 858' (Abyssinian war). England, to 1875. Ireland, to 1881. Scotland, to 1883. England, to 1884. 
India to 189" South Africa, to 1895. England, to 1898. Ireland, to 190 1. South Africa, 1901, 



i 



Middleburg, "I 

r-J 



Cape Colo-iy. 



4th (Boijal L-isJi) Dragoon Guards. 



Full Hall 
Pay. Pav 



133 

" Peninsula " 



The Harp and Crown, and the Star of St. Patrick, with the motto " Qais separabitV 
"Balaclava" "Sevastopol" " Egtpt, 1882 " " Tel-el-Kebib." 

CoIoneL— Sir Henry Clement "Wilkinson, 1 KCB. [R] Ensign, 13 Feb. 56; Lieut. p 5 Ang. 50; Captain, p 2? 

Sept. 63 ; Major, •'[3 July 70 ; Lt. Colonel, 3 July 72 ; Colonel, 3 July 77; Major General, 1 Mar. 87 ; Lieut. 

General, 26 May 94 ; Colonel 4 Dragoon Guards, 4 Oct. 96. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— p.s. e. Herbert Chas. Thornton Littledale, 3 Lie.it. 21 Sept. 74 ; Capt. 8 Mar. 82 ; Brev. 

Major, 21 May 84 ; Major, 73 June 94 ; Lt. Colonel , 11 Mar. 01 : Colonel, 11 Mar. 04. 



16 
16 



MAJOBS. 2SD LIErI " 

SYancis Blayney Lucas Woodwright, 4 2;;ri ) 

in Command it Mar. 01 J ! 

William Belk, 4 Staff College 30 Jan. 89 

Bampfylde Leonard Care'w 4 8 June S9 

George Frederick Mappin 6 29 Nov. gu 

Cecil Robert Gaunt 7 1 27 June 91 

Captains. 

Clement Parker Toulson 4 3 Dec. 90 

Edward Rickards 1 S Oct. 0^ 

Herbert Timbrell M'Clellan, 4 Adjutant ) 

14 Apr. 01 J 11 July 94 

Brownlow Henry Hamilton Mathew- ) „ , 

Lannowe 4 ) 8 Au #- 94 

Charles Mackenzie Grogau 4 12 Dec. 94 



LIEUT. 



2 Aug. 

11 June 
8 Oct. 
23 Apr. 
23 Apr. 



8 May 8K 

1 3 Apr. 94 
12 Sept. 94 
16 Feb. 98 
2 July 99 



BBEV.MAJ. 



12 Sept. 94 

11 Mar. 01 
7 Sept. ot 
14 Oct. 04 
10 Dec. 04 



24 May 92 3 Oct. 99 

:S Apr. 94' 15 Nov. 99! 

31 July 95 1 Apr. co 

11 Sept. 95 14 Apr. 01 

28 May 98 19 Feb. 02 



5 Nov. 93 

33 Aug. 99 

15 Dec. 90 
1 Apr. 00 

31 July 01 

22 Nov. 01 

19 Feb. 02 

26 Aug. 03 

14 Oct. oj 

16 July 04 



LIEUTENANTS. 

Hugh Tweed Walford Wyllie 4 6 June 96' 

Arthur Henry Nicholas CorseHis 16 Feb. 98 

Gerald Barclay Lamont 3 Aug. 98 

Charles Finlayson Hunter 1 n Feb. 99 

Robert Cope Hardy Shaw-Hami ton 2 May no 

Leonard Barclay Ehves 19 May 00! 

Horace Somerville Seu'cll 23 May 00' 

Henry Edward Gurrey n 15 Aug. co 

Charles Beck Hornby 8 May 01 

Adrian Canon de Wiart ,s ' 14 Sept. 01 

Second Lieutenants. 

4 Leopold Douglas Boll Drnmmond ' 22 May 01 

■ 3 ... Robert John Blatchfonl Oldrey 26 Mar. 02 

I 5 ■•• Robert William Oppenheim, 2)»i Lt. Scots') ..,„ 

i Guards, zo .Ian. 00; Lieut. 14 Dec. 01 ... $ | I7 ^ 3 ° 2 

2 ... Archibal t Wri_-ht 4 Ju'y 03 

2 ... Augu*tus Henry Brooke 28 Oct. 03 

1 ... Ernest Samuel Vicary, Indian Army 27 Jan. 04 

3 ... Riding Muster. — Samuel George Sanders, 6 Dec. 02 ; Hon. Lieut. 
1 ... Quarter Master.--C^ar\a John Diggjry, 9 Apr. 04 ; Son. Lieut. 3 Feb. 00. 

Scarlet — FacingtBlae. — Agents, Messrs. Holt and Co. 

' Sir Henry Wilkinson served with the 95th Regiment in the Indian campaign of 1858, and was present at the 
siege and capture of Awah, siege, assault and capture of Kotah, battle of Kotakeserai, general action resulting in the 
capture of Gwalior, assault and capture of Rowa, siege and capture of Pouree, battle of Beejapore, and affair of 
Koondry (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Afghan war in 1880 in command of the Cavalry Brigade in Southern 
Afghanistan, and took part in the march to Candahar with the force under Major General Phayre (mentioned in des- 
patches, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 in command of the Cavalry Brigade of the Indian 
Contingent, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (twice mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp, 2nd 
Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). 

_ s Colonel Littledale served in the expedition to the Soudan under Sir Gerald Graham in 1884 with the 1st Battalion 
\ork and Lancaster Regiment, and was present in the engagement at El Teb — severely wounded (mentioned in des- 
patches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the campaign on the North West Frontier 
of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897 in the Tirah Expeditionary Force with the 4th Dragoon Guards (Medal 
with two Clasps). 

* Majors Woodwright, Belk and Carew, Captains Parker-Toulson, Rickards, M'Clellan, Mathew-Lannowe, Grogan 
and Lieut. W'yllie served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897 
in the Tirah Expeditionary Force with the 4th Dragoon Guards (Medal with two Clasps). 

6 Major Mappin served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart 
in 1897 with the 4th Dragoon Guards (Medal with Clasp). 

7 Major Gaunt served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India under Sir William Lockhart in 1897 
with the Malakand Field Force as Orderly Officer 1st Brigade Staff, and was present at the relief of Chakdara Fort 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps). Served in the South African war, and took part in the defence of 
Ladysmith; wounded in the tortie of 8th December 1899; took part in the operations in the Transvaal, Orange 
River Colony, and Cape Colony — severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal 
with two Clasps). 

15 Lieut. Gurney served in the operation 1 ; in South Africa under Sir Frederick Carrington in 139S (mentioned in 
despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

18 Lieut. Carton de Wiart served in the South African war with Paget'? Horse, and afterwards as a Lieutenant 
in the Imperial Light Horse (Medal with three Clasps). 

Record of the Services of the 4th (Ruyal Irish) Dragoon Guirds. 

Raised in 1685 as a Regiment of Cuirassiers, " The Sixth Horse." Designated " Th9 Fifth Horse," 
1690. To Flanders, 1691. To England, 1697. To Ireland, 1698. Designated "First Irish Horse," 
or "The Blue Horse," 1746. Designated "Fourth Royal Irish Regiment of Dragoon Guards," 178S. 
To England, 1793. To Ireland, 1795. To England, 1799. To Ireland, 1802. To England, 1804. T) 
Portugal, 181 1 (Peninsular War). To England, 1813. To Ireland, 1814. To England, 1818. To 
Ireland, 1822. To England, 1826. To Ireland, 1832. To England, 1835. To Ireland, 1841. To 
England, 1845. To Ireland, 1851. To the Crimea, 1854 (battle of Balaklava and siege of Sebastopol). 
To England, 1856. To Ireland, 1861. To England, 1867. To Ireland, 1872. To Eugland, 1878. To 
Egypt. 1882 (campaign of 18S2 and battle of Tel-el-Kebir). To England, 1882. Detachment to the 
Nile, 1884-85. To Ireland, 1886. To England, 1891. To India, 1894. 



139 



Fall 
Pay. 



5th {Princess Charlotte of Wales's) Dragoon Guards. ["Bioemfontein, 

|_ O.K. C. 

" Vestigia nulla retrorsum." — "Blenheim" " Ramillies'' "Oudenabde" "Malplaquet" 
"Salamanca" "Vittobia" "Toulouse" "Peninsula" "Balaklava" "Sevastopol." 
Colonel.— -Hon. Somerset.Tohn Gough Calthorpe, 1 Cornet, p 23 May 48; Lieut. p 23 May 51 • Capt p i 4 Sept 33- 
Bt. Major, 2 Nov. 55 i Major, 22 July 56; Lt. Colonel, p 15 Feb. 61; CoZohcZ, 15 Feb. 66; Major General, 
25 July 70; Lieut. General, i July 81; Colonel 5th Lancers, 18 Nov. 87; Colonel 3th Dragoon Guards. 
24 Jan. 92. 



Lieutenant Colonel.— William John Chesshyre Butler, 2 2nd Lieut. 5 Feb. 87; Lieut. 8 May 8g • 
28 Aug. 95 ; Major, 2 Nov. 98 ; Brevet Lt.Color.el, 22 Aug. 02 ; Lt. Colonel, 12 Aug. 03! 



Captahit 



Majors. 

Frederick AdolphusDawson01iverEustace : 
HenryG.H.Kennard 6 (.Br.Zr.tV.2 Aug.02); } 

2nd in Command, 11 Nov. 03 > 

Claude Houston Stuart 9 

ErnestFrank Holden, 11 Adjutant Ayrshire, \ 

Imp. Yeo ) 

W.Q.Wmwood, 12 D,SO 



2ND LIEUT. 



Captains. 
Bertie Gordon Clay, 13 Adjutant 16 July 03 

Lewis Maxwall Dunbar 15 

Owen Edgar Moore Saunders 10 

George Archibald Swinton Homel' 

James Lister Melvill, 18 Army Pay Dept. 
F(C John Norwood, 19 . idjt. Calcutta Light 
Home, and Chofa Nagpore Mtd. Bifles 
Robert Harvey Kearsley 20 



16 Nov. 
21 Oct. 
5 Feb. 87 
2 3 June 90 
15 Mar. 93 



?i Oct. 

12 Dec. 
6 June 96 
6 June q6 
3 Aug. 

8 Feb. 



11 Feb. 

T 
Lieutenants. 

Michael Raveuscroft Head-' 1 ! 12 Aug. 

Maurice Adam Black 22 j 9 Dec. 

EdwardArthurFitzGera'd, 21 . 7 July 

John Cecil Wood ' i3 July 

Jame3 Seton Drummond Gage- C I 2S July 

Russell Carr 29 1 5 Jan. 

John No well Stanhope Stott 30 4 May 

Robert Charles Partridge 32 | 8 May 

Frederick Wymberley Salmon 33 1 22 May 



Second Lieutenants. 

Charles Adolphus Sheridan^ 

Herbert Estill Eyre Paukhurst 35 Indian 

Army 

Robert Harvey Brand 

Alexander Kirkpatrick Paterson 13 Aug. 04 

Herbert Alfred Holland 13 Aug. 04 

Oouglas Kent MacKenzie Herapath ' 13 Aug. 04 

Edward Akers Jones .! 3 Dec. 04 

Siding Master. — Charles Lang, 4 Oct. 02 ; Son. Lieut. 

Quarter Master. — Charles Hill Favbrother, 20 July 04; Hon. Lieut. 10 July 95. 
Scarlet— Facings Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 



15 Mar. 

26 Mar. 

26 Mar. 
13 Aug. 
13 Aug 



LIEUT. 



6 Feb. 
21 Oct. 
16 Jan. 
13 Nov. 
24 Jan. 



11 Sept. 95 

4 June 9S 
2 Sept. 

16 July 99 

5 Nov. 99 
27 June 00 
27 June 00 



2 July 00 

3 Oct. 00 
13 Mar. 01 
13 M-ir. 01 
28 May 01 
20 Aug. 01 
10 Nov. 01 

6 Aug. 
6 Aug. 



15 Jan. 

9 Feb. 

1 Oct. 
30 Aug. 

1 Feb. 



1 Feb. 
10 Nov. 

3 Sept. 02 
23 Dec. 
19 Dec. 03 

14 Apr. 04 

14 Apr. 04 



BBET.MAJ. 



29 Nov. 00 



1IAJ0B. 



23 Feb. 01 
28 Aug. 01 
11 Nov. 03 
19 Dec. 03 
10 Mar. 04 



1 Lt. General Hon; S. J. G. Calthorpe served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Aide de Camp to Lord Raglan, 
ncluding the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, affairs of Bulganak and M'Kenzie's Farm, and siege of 

Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honour, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and 
Turkish Medal). 

2 Lt. Colonel Butler served in the South African war in 1899-1900 with the 6th Carabiniers, and was present in the 
operations at Colesberg, actions at Arundel and Colesberg, at the relief of Kimberley, in the engagements at Paarde- 
berg, Poplar Grove, and Driefontein, the occupation of Bioemfontein, the engagement at Karree Siding, the crossing 
of the Zand River, the engagement at Kroonstad, the advance to Johannesburg and Pretoria, battle of Diamond Hill, 
action at Riet Vlei (16th July), the engagements around Belfast and Machadodorp, and the advance to Barberton ; 
appointed Brigade Major 1st Cavalry Brigade, 8th May 1900; the operations in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 
1899-1900, including actions at Colesberg ; in the Transvaal Dec. 1900 to Sept. 1901, and Nov. 1901 to May 1902 ; 
and on the Zululand Frontier of Natal (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel ; Medal with six Clasps, King's 
Medal with two Clasps). 

5 Major Eustace served in the South African war in 1899— 1902: Took part in the operations in Natal 1899, includ- 
ing action at Lombard's Kop ; the defence of Ladysmith, including sortie of 7th December 1899 and action of 6th 
January 1900. Took part in the operations in the Transvaal in May and June 1900 ; in Natal from March to June 
1900 ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, from July to 29th of November 1900 ; and in the Orange River Colony 
from May to 29th November 1900; and on the Zululand frontier of Natal in September and October, 1901 
(ment oned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

Major Kennard served in the South African war in 1899-1902. Took part in the operations in Natal in 1890, 
including actions at Elandslaagte and Lombard's Kop ; the defence of Ladysmith, including sortie of 7th December 
1899 and action of 6th January 1900. Took part in the operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, in 1900 ; and 
in the Transvaal and Orange River Colony in 1900-02; and on the Zululand frontier of Natal in September 
and October 1901 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

3 Major Stuart served in the South African war in 1899-1902. Took part in the relief of Ladysmith, including 
operations of 5th to 7th February 1900, and action at Vaal Krantz ; the operations on Tugela Heights and action at 
Pieter's Hill. Tool: part in the operations in the Transvaal in 1900 ; in Natal in 1900 ; operations in the Transvaal, 
east of Pretoria, in 1900; and in the Orange River Colony in 1900-02, and in the operations on the Zululand 
frontier of Natal 11 September and October 1901 (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with four 
Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps); 

11 Major Holden served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India in 1897-98 with the Tirah Ex- 
peditionary Force (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the South African war in 1899-1900 — slightly wounded: 
To"k part in the operations in Natal in 1899, including action at Lombard's Kop ; and the defence of Ladysmith, in- 
chi ng sortie of 7th December 1899 and action of 6th January 1900. 



$th (Princess Charlotte of Wales's) Dragoon Guards. 139c! 

12 Major WinwooJ served in the South African war in i3og-i90r. Served as Adjutant of the 5th Dragoon Guards 
and took part in the operations in Natal in 1899, including action at Lombard's Kop ; the defence of Lady smith, 
including sortie of 7th December 1899 and action of 6th January 1900. Took part in the operations in the Transvaal 
:n 1900 ; in Natal in 1900 ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, in 1900 ; and in the Orange River Colony in 1900 
to 1902; and in the operations on the Zululand frontier of Natal in September and October, 1901 (three times 
mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

** Captain Clay served in the South African war in 1899-1901: Took part in operations in Natal 1890, including 
action at Lombard's Kop ; defence of Lady smith, including sortie of 7 th December 1899 and action of 6 th January 1900: 
Took part in the operations in the Transvaal, Natal, and in the Orange River Colony in 1900-1902. Served with the 
South African Constabulary (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

15 Captain Dunbar served in the South African war in 1899— 1902 ; was present at the operations in Natal in 

1899, including the action of Lombard's Kop ; the defence of Ladysmith, including the sortie of 7th December 1899 
and the action of 6th January 1900. Took part in the operations in the Transvaal in May and June ; in Natal 
from March to June r90o; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th November 1900 ; and in the Orange River 
Colony in 1900-02 (mentioned in despatches. Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

1,3 Captain Saunders served in the South African war in 1899—1901. Took part in the operations in Natal in 1899, 
including the action at Lombard's Kop. Was present at the defence of Ladysmith, including the sortie of 7th December 
1899 and the action of 6th January rgoo. Took part in the operations in the Transvaal and Natal in 1900 ; in the 
Transvaal, east of Pretoria, in 1900 ; and in the Orange River Colony in 1900; and in the Orange RiveT Colony 
1900-02 (Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

!7 Captain Home served in the South .African war in 1899-1902, and was present in the operations in Natal in 1899, 
including action at Lombard's Kop; defence of Ladysmith, including sortie of 7th Dec. 1899 and action of 6th Jan: 

1900. Took part in operations in Transvaal and Natal in 1900; from August 1900 served as Adjutant at Cavalry 
Depot, Natal, afterwards as Adjutant, Mooi River District (Medal with two Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps): 

18 Captain Melvill served in the South African war in 1899-1900. Took part in the operations in Natal in 1899, 
including action at Lombard's Kop. Was present at defence of Ladysmith, including sortie of 7th Dec. 1809 an d 
the action of 6th Jan. 1900. Took part in operations in the Transvaal and Natal in 1900 (Medal with two Clasps). 

19 Captain Norwood served in the South African war in 1899—1901. Was present at the operations in Natal in 1899, 
including actions at Elandslaagte and Lombard's Kop ; the defence of Ladysmith, including the sortie of 7th Dec. 
1899 and action of 6th Jan. 1900 ; the operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, and in Orange River Colony 
in 1900 (FO. Was awarded the Victoria Cross for the following act : — " On the 30th October 1899 this Officer went 
out from Ladysmith in charge of a small patrol of the 5th Dragoon Guards. They came under a heavy fire from the 
enemy, who were posted on a ridge in great force. The patrol, which had arrived within about 600 yards of the ridge, 
then retired at full speed. One man dropped, and Second Lieutenant Norwood galloped back about 300 yards 
through heavy fire, dismounted, and picking up the fallen trooper, carried him out of lire on his back, at the same 
time leading his horse with one hand. The enemy kept up an incessant fire during the whole time that Second 
Lieutenant Norwood was carrying the man until he was quite out of range." Also served as Staff Officer to Major 
Bulfin's Column in 1902 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). *» 

'■3° Captain Kearsley served in the South African war in 1899-1901 on the Staff. Took part in the operations in 
Natal in 1899, including action at Lombard's Kop ; the defence of Ladysmith, including sortie of 7th Dec. 1899 
and action of 6th Jan. 1900. Took part in the operations in the Transvaal, Natal, and in the Transvaal west of Pre- 
toria in 1900 (Medal with three Clasps). 

21 Lieut. Head served in the South African war in 1899-1901 : attached to the Army Serviee Corps from 9th 
December 1899 to 3rd March 1900, and afterwards served with 5th Dragoon Guards; was present at engagements 
of Tugela Heights and relief of Ladysmith; also served in the Transvaal and Orange River Colony in 1900-1902 ; 
took part in the operations on the Zululand frontier of Natal in September and October 1901 (Medal with four 
Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

22 Lieut. Black served in South African war in 1899-1902, and took part in operations in the Transvaal from May 
to June 1900; in Natal from March to June 1900 ; the operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, from July to 
29th November 1900, and Orange River Colony from May to 29th Nov. 1900-02; also took part in operations 
on the Zulu frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 (Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

24_ Lieut. FitzGerald served in South African war in 1899--1900 with Imperial Yeomanry (Medal with two Clasps): 

26 Lieut. Wood served in the South African war from February 1901 to March 1902. took part in the operations 
in the Transvaal and Orange River Colony in 1901-02; also took part in the operations on the Zululand frontier 
of Natal in September and October 1901 (Medal with five Clasps). 

26 Lieut. Gage served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force in 1896 (British Medal, and Khedive's Medal). Served 
in the South African war in i899-i9or attached to the advanced Depot of the Army Service Corps. Was present at 
the operations in Natal in 1899, including action at Lombard's Kop ; the defence of Ladysmith, including action of 6th 
January 1900 ; the operations in Natal, including action at Laing's Nek, in rgoo ; in the Transvaal, east of 
Pretoria, and Orange River Colony in 1900-02 ; and the operations on the Zululand frontier of Natal in September 
and October 1901 (Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

29 Lieut. Carr served in the South African war in 1900-or with Thorneycroft's Mounted Infantry. Took part in 
the operations in Natal in 1900, including action at Laing's Nek ; the operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, 
in 1900; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, and in Cape Colony, north of Orange River, in 1899-1900; 
and took part in the operations on the Zululand frontier of Natal, September and October 1901 (Medal with 
three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

:t0 Lieut. Stott served in the South African war in iSgg-igor — slightly wounded: Was present at the operations 
in Orange River Colony in 1900; and the operations in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, in 1899-1901, took 
part in the operations on the Zululand frontier of Natal, September and October 1901 (Medal with three Clasps, 
King's Medal with two Clasps): 

82 Lieut. Partridge served in South African war in 1902, and took part in operations in Transvaal and Orange River 
Colony Oct. 1901 to March 1902 (Medal with two Clasps). 

38 Lieut. Salmon served in the South African war in 1899— 1902 with the Imperial Yeomanry; Was present at 
operations in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, including engagements at Elands River and Frederickstad ; opera- 
tions in Orange River Colony in 1900, including actions at Bethlehem and Wittebergen ; Cape Colony, south of the 
Orange River, in 1889-1900; took part in operations in the Transvaal and Orange River Colony in 1900-02, and 
on the Zululand frontier of Natal, Sept. and Oct. 1901 (Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

M Second Lieut. C. A. Sheridan served in South African war in 1900-01 with Imperial Yeomanry, and took part in 
operations in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, to Nov. 1900, and in the Transvaal 30th Nov. 1900 to June 1901. 

8S Second Lieut. Parkhurst served in South African war in 1901-02 with Mounted Infantry.'and took part in operations 
in the Transvaal Aug. 1901 to March 1902 ; in Orange River Colony March to May 1902 ; and in Cape Colony May 1902 
(Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 



140 



(ears'Sei 



Full 
Pay 



Hall 
Pay. 



6th Dragoon Guards (Caraliniers). r Ba n g aiore, Madras. 

"Blenheim" "Ramillies" "Oudenahdk" "Malplaquet" " Sbvastopol" "Delhi" 
" Aeghanistan, 1879-80." 

Colonel. — Sir John Fryer.l KCD. [R] 2111I Lieut. 9 Mar. 60; Lieut. 18 Feb. 62; Captain, 5 Apr. 64; Major, 
15 Dec. 69; It. Colonel, 17 Ma; - . 77 : Colonel, 1 Jury 81 ; Major General, 23 July 90; Lieut, General, 14 Dec. 93; 
Colonel 6 Dragoon Guard?, 18 Sept. 02. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — Fiancis Sudlovr Garratt,2 CB. DSO. 2nd Lieut. 1 May 78 ; Lieut. 1 July 81 ; Captain, 
3 Oct. 87 ; Major, 3 Apr. 97 ; Lt. Colonel, 1 4 Jan. 03; Lt.Cclonel 6 Dragoon Guards, 2 July 04. 



Majors. 

Arthur Cochrane Hamilton, 2nd in Com-\ 
mand, 14 Jan. 03 J 

Henry Peregrine Leader, 8 Commanding^ 
Natal X olunteers, with rank of Brigadier > 
General {Bt.Lt.Col. 2fiJuneo2) ) 

V€ Nevill Maskelyne Smyth" 

Walter Dougall 



Captains. 

Edward Leopold Reiss, Adj. Middles xl 

Imperial Yeomanry 1 May 01 (2 Oct. 99) 5 

OwenLyall Francisll 

Stuart Rodger Kirby 12 

Robert Henry Collis, 13 DSO. Adjutant) 

Pembroke Imperial Yeomanry [ 

Walter Gabriel Home^ 

MalcolmMatthew Moncrieff.iJ Adjutant"/ 

21 Dec. 03 j 

Harold Child Bick(brdl« 

Godfrey Heseltine, -2nd Lieut. Hants Yeo- ") 

manrg, 21 July 97 ,' Lieut. 28 Dec. 98 ... J 

William Ernest'Watson,l'Z»SO 

Aubrey du Plat Thorold Cole" 



Lieutenants. 

William Otvvay TJpton-Cottrell-Dormer.W 1 
Aide-de-Camp to Govr. of Tasmania [ex.) j 

Richard Anketell- Jones'^ 

Samuel Wentworth Webstei-l 

Arthur Meade Swifte 

Hereward Sadler 

David Alfred William Ker 

RoDald Dockray-Waterhouse 

Frederic Came Hasch 15 

Alexander Grant Gwjer 

Cecil Sisney Knight 



Second Lieutenants. 



Kenneth Tudor Ridpath 

John Newman Kidd 

Maurice Nicholl Kennard.. 

Robert Christie 

Perceval Henry Compton .. 
John Herbert Norton 



2ND LIEUT. 


22 Allg. 


88 


28 June 


0.0 


28 June 


90 


28 June 


90 


15 Mar. 


93 


6 June 


96 


24 June 


96 


5 Aug. 


96 


24 Feb. 


97 


5 May 


97 


6 Sept. 


97 


11 Feb. 


99 


9 Dec. 


99 


20 Dec. 


99 


21 Apr. 


00 


23 May 


00 


3 Nov. 


00 


9 Dec. 


99 


5 Jan. 


01 


18 Jan. 


02 


26 Mar. 


02 


26 Mar. 


02 


26 Mar. 


02 


26 Mar. 


02 


26 Mar. 


02 


4 Julv 


03 


7 Oct. 


03 



10 May 82 

2 Sept. 8; 

26 Apr. 95 
28 Oct. 91 



28 Oct. 91 

8 June 92 

4 Sept. 95 

24 Feb. 97 

5 May 97 
1 Sept. 97 
4 Jan. 99 



25 Jan. 99 
3 Nov. 99 



24 Feb. co 

4 July 00 

3 Oct. 00 
24 Nov. 00 
21 Jan. 
27 Nov. 
11 June 

9 Sept. 

9 Sept. 03 

6 Oct. 



BBEV.SIAJ. 



13 June 88 
9 Dec. 04 



8 Dec. 97 22 Aug. 02 
4 Nov. 96 



4 Mar. 97 

8 May 00 
11 May 00 

11 Ma j' 00 

1 July 00 22 Aug. 02 

24 Nov. 00 

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Riding Master. — Albert Elward Lkyd, 27 Aug. 02 ; Hon. Lieut. 
Quarter Master. — LeDnard James Wheeler, 85 24 June 99 ; Hon. Lieut. 

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1 Lieut.General Sir John Fryer commanded the Carabiniers throughout the Afghan war of r879-8o: On the 13th 
January 1880, in command of a force of Royal Horse Artillery and Cavalry, he repulsed with heavy loss a large 
■body of Mohmunds at Ali Boghan. Commanded the Cavalry in the expeditions under Lt.General Bright to the 
Lughman Valley and against the Wuzeeree Khugianis. On the 5th July 1880 he commanded a force of Carabi- 
niers and 4th Bengal Cavalry at the attack and destruction of the Ghilzai villages of Nargozi, Arab Kheyl, and 
Jokan (CB., Medal). 

2 Lt.Colonel F. S. Garratt served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80 (Medal). Served in the South 
African war in 1899— 1902 with the 6th Carabiniers, and was present in the operations at Colesberg. actions at Arundel 
and Colesberg (mentioned in despatches), at the relief of Kimberley, in the engagements at Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, 
and Driefontein, the occupation of Bioemtontein, the engagement at Karree Siding, the crossing of the Zand River, 
the engagement at Kroonstad, the advance to Johannesburg and Pretoria, battle of Diamond Hill, action at Riet 
Vlei (16th July), the engagements around Belfast and Machadodorp, and the advance to Barberton (mentioned in 
despatches, CB., DSO., Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

6 Major A. C. Hamilton served in South African war in 1899-1902 : commanded 9th Battalion Imperial Yeomanry 
May 1901 to April 1902 ; in command of independent Mobile Column from Sept. 1901 to Jan. 1902, and was present at 
relief of Kimberley ; took part in operations in Orange Free State, including Paardeberg. Poplar Grove, Driefontein, 
Karree Siding, and Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, 
Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, including actions at Riet Vlei and Belfast ; in Cape 
Colony, south of Orange River, including actions at Colesberg ; in the Transvaal Nov. 1900 to May 1901 ; in Orange 
River Colony May 1901 to Feb. 1902 ; and in Cape Colony June 1901 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with six Clasps, 
King's Medal with two Clasps). 

8 Brigadier General Leader served in the South African war in 1899-1900 with the 6th Carabiniers, and was present 
in the operations at Colesberg, actions at Arundel and Colesberg, in the engagements at Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, 
and Driefontein, the occupation of Bloemfontein, the engagement at Karree Siding, the crossing of the Zand River, 
the engagement at Kroonstad, the advance to Johannesburg and Pretoria, the battle of Diamond Hill and action at 
Riet Vlei (16th July), the engagements around Belfast and Machadodorp, and the advance to Barberton. 



6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers). l\ca 

9 Major Smyth served with the Zhob Valley Expedition in 1800—91. Served with the Dongo a Expeditionary 
Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896, including the engagement at Firket and the operations at Hafir (mentioned 
in despatches, 4th Class of the Medjidie, British Medal, and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps); in the operations 
in 1897 (Clasp to Khedive's Medal) ; and in 1898, including the Cavalry reconnaissance of 4th April and the battles 
of the Atbara and Khartoum, in the latter as Orderly Officer to the General Officer Commanding the Infantry Division 
of the Egyptian Army — severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, Y£, and two Clasps to Khedive's Medal ; was 
awarded the Victoria Cross for the following act : — " At the battle of Khartoum, on the 2nd September 1898, Captain 
Smyth galloped forward and attacked an Arab who had run amok among some camp followers. Captain Smyth 
received the Arab's charge and killed him, being wounded with a spear in the arm in so doing. He thus saved the 
life of one at least of the camp followers ; * also served in 1899 in the operations resulting in the final defeat of the 
Khalifa as Intelligence Officer to the Officer commanding the Infantry Brigade of the Flying Column, 
including the engagement at Abu Aadel (mentioned in despatches, 4th Class of theOsmanieh). Served in the South 
African war in 1902 as Assistant Provost Marshal and Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Intelligence to Lt. Colonel 
Hon. R. Lawley's Column, Eastern Transvaal, and Orange River Colony, and took part in operations in Transvaal. 
February 1902, and March to May 1902 ; and in Orange River Colony, Feb. to March 1902 and May 1902 (Brevet of 
Major). 

11 Captain O. L. Francis served in South African war in 1899-1902, and was present at relief of Kimberley : took 
part in operations in Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including operations at Paardeberg and actions at Poplar 
Grove, Driefontein, Karree Siding, and Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near 
Johannesburg. Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, including actions 
at Riet Vie: and Belfast ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900, including actions at Colesberg ; in the 
Transvaal, 30th Nov. 1900 to Sept. 1901, Nov. 1901 to April 1902, and May 1902 ; in Orange River Colony April to 
May 1902 ; and on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 (Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with 
two Clasps). 

12 Captain Kirby served in the South African war in 1899-1900 as Adjutant 6th Carabiniers, and was present in 
the operations at Colesberg, actions at Arundel and Colesberg, at the relief of Kimberley, in the engagements at 
Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, and Driefontein, the occupation of Bloemfontein, the engagement at Karree Siding, the 
crossing of the Zand River, the engagement at Kroonstad, the advance to Johannesburg and Pretoria, the battle 
of Diamond Hill, action at Riet Vlei (16th July), the engagements around Belfast and Machadodorp, and the advance 
to Barberton. 

1:1 Captain Collis, DSO., served in the South African war in 1899-1900 with the 6th Carabiniers, and was present 
in the operations at Colesberg, actions at Arundel and Colesberg, at the relief of Kimberley, in the engagements at 
Paardeberg, Poplar Grove, and Driefontein, the occupation of Bloemfontein, and the engagements at Karree Siding 
and the Zand River — severely wounded. 

11 Major W. G. Home served in South African war ia 1899-1902 on the Staff and as Aide de Camp to Sir J. D. P. 
French ; took part in relief of Kimberley ; operations in Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including Paardeberg. 
and actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein. Karree Siding, and Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900. 
including actions near Johannesburg. Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th 
Nov. 1900. including actions at Riet Vlei and Belfast; in the Transvaal, west of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900; 
in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, ^99-1900, including actions at Colesberg ; in the Transvaal, 30th Nov. 1900 
to May 1901 ; and in Cape Colonv May 1901 to 31st May 1902 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with 
six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

'•' Captain Moncrieff served in South African war in 1899-1902 with the 6th Carabiniers, and was present in the 
operations at Colesberg, at the relief of Kimberley, and engagements at Karree Siding and Zand River — severely wounded ; 
in Orange Free State 1899-1902 ; and in the Transvaal 31st March to May 1902 (Medal with four Clasps). 

*■ Captain Bickford served in the South African war in 1899— 1900 with the 6th Carabiniers, and was present in 
the engagements at Paardeberg. Poplar Grove, and Driefontein, the occupation of Bloemfontein, the battle of Diamond 
Hill and action at Riet Vlei (r6th July), the engagements around Belfast and Machadodorp, and the advance to 
Barberton. — See also Civil Decorations for Gallantry, "Hart's Annual Army List," page 1162. 

11 Captain W. E. Watson served in South African war in 1899-1902 with the 6th Carabiniers ; was Adjutant to 1st 
Imperial Light Horse Jan. 1901 to 31st May 1902: took part in relief of Kimberley ; operations in Orange Free State, 
including Paardeberg and actions at Poplar Grove, Driefontein, Karree Siding, and Zand River ; in May and June 1900 ; 
including actions near Johannesburg. Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th 
Nov. 1900, including actions at Riet Vlei and Belfast ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899^900, including 
action at Colesberg (mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

1* Captain Cole served in the South African war in 1899-1900 with the 6th Carabiniers, and was present in the 
operations at Colesberg, actions at Arundel and Colesberg, at the relief of Kimberle)-, in the engagements at Paarde- 
berg, Poplar Grove, and Driefontein, the occupation of Bloemfontein, the engagement at Karree Siding, the crossing 
of the Zand River, the engagement at Kroonstad, the advance to Johannesburg and Pretoria, the battle of Diamond 
Hill and action at Riet Vlei (16th July), the engagements around Belfast and Machadodorp, and the advance to 
Barberton. 

y> Lieut. W. O. Upton-Cottrell-Dormer served in South African war in 1899-1902, and was present at relief of 
Kimberley ; took part in operations in Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including Paardeberg, and actions at Poplar 
Grove, Driefontein, Karree Siding, and Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near 
Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, including 
actions at Riet Vlei and Belfast ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 1899-1900, including actions at Colesberg : 
in the Transvaal to Nov. 1900, Sept. 1901, Nov. 1901 to April 1902, and Mav 1902 ; and on the Zululand Frontier 
of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 (Medal with six Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

20 Lieut. Anketell-Jones served in the South African war in i899-r90o with the 6th Carabiniers. and was present 
in the engagement at Kroonstad, the advance to Johannesburg and Pretoria, the battle of Diamond Hill and action 
at Riet Vlei (r6th July), and the engagement at Middleburg. 

-1 Lieut. Webster served in South African war in 1899-1902, and took part in operations in Transvaal Oct. to 29th 
Nov. 1900 ; in the Transvaal 30th Nov. 1900 to Sept. 1901, Nov. 1901 to April 1902, and Mav 1902 ; in Orange 
River Colony April to May 1902 ; and on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Sept. and Oct. 1901 (Medal with three 
Clasps, King's Medal with two Claspsl. 

BS Lieut. F. C. Rasch served in the South African war in 1901-1902 with the 1st Battalion Essex Regiment, and 
took part in the operations in the Transvaal from March 1901 to 31st May 1902 (Medal with three Clasps), 

'■'" Lieut. L. J. Wheeler served in South African war Nov. 1899 to April 1900, and Nov. 1900 to April 1902, and 
was present at operations around Colesberg. including action at Arundel ; in the Western Transvaal under General 
French ; the Eastern Trek, the relief of Itala. and subsequent operations in Eastern Transvaal under General Bruce 
Hamilton (Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 



Record oj the Services of the 6th Dragoon Guards. 

Raided in 1635 (Monmouth's Rebellion). To Ireland, :63S to 1691. England, to March 1652. Flanders, to 1697 
England, to 1702. Flanders, to 1713. Ireland, to 174^. England, 1744. and returned to Ireland (date uncertain 1 
In Ireland, 1747 to 1760. Germany, to 1763. Ireland, to 1793. Low Countries, to 1793. England, to 1796. Ireland 
to 1 303. England (4 troops to Buenos Ayres, 1806) and Scotland, to 1813. Ireland, to 1815. England and Scot- 
land, to 1821. Ireland, to 1324. England and Scotland, to 1830. Ireland, to March 1834. England, to 1840- 
Ireland, to 1342. England and Scotland, to 1846. Ireland, to 1852. England, to 1835. Crimea, to 1356. England, 
t) August 1856. India, to ^"ir. England, to i365. Ireland, to Mav i3 7 2. England, to December 1877. India, 
t > Seotember 1879. Afghanistan, to October 1880. India, to October i333. England, to 1S01. Scotland, to i8c3, 
England, to 1899. South Africa, iSoj. To India, 1902. 



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7th {The Princess Royal's) Dragoon Guards. 



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In the centre the Coronet ot Her late Majesty the Express and Queen Frederick of Germany and 
Prussia as Princess Royal of Great Britain and Ireland. 
"Blenheim" " Ramillies" "Oudenaedb" " JIalplaquet " " Dbttingen" '* Solth Afbica, 1846-7" 

"Egypt, 18S2 " " Tel-el-Kebib." 

Colonel.— Sir Henry Peter Ewart, 1 KCB. GCFO. Crown Equerry; Cornet, P26 Feb. 58 ; Lieut. p 22 July 59 ; 

Captain, P25 Mar. 62 ; Major and Lt. Colonel, 26 Mar. 73; Colonel, 26 Mar. 78 ; Lt. Colonel, 10 Apr. 78; 

Major General, 7 Dec. 87 ; Colonel 7 Dragoon Guards, to Feb. 00. 

Lieutenant Colonel.— p.s.c. Charles William Thompson, 3 DSO. Lieut. 28 Jan. 82 ; Capt. 9 Mar. 87 ; Major, 

1 Mar. 97 ; Breoet Lt. Colonel, 22 Aug. 02; Lt. Colonel, 18 Mar. 03. 






Majobs. 

Bernard Russel Dietz, 6 2nd in Command, ) 

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Hy. A. Lem'priere, 9 DSO. Staff College 

p.s.c. John Sanders Cayzer 11 

Richard Sparrow 1 - 



Captains. 

John Edward Frederick Dyerio 

Moreton Foley Gage, 13 Adjt. Dorset Imp. > 
Yeomanry, 1 May 03 J 

Bich.Gri(nth01iverBramston-Ncwman, 15 ~i 
Adjt. North of Ireland Imperial Yeo- > 
manry, 15 June 03 ) 

Noel Dawson Henry Campbell, 16 Adjt.'} 
Lancaster Imp. Yeomanry, 1 Arjr. 03 ... ) 

William Reginald Haldane Jenkins'" 

WickhamFrith Chappell 18 

William Stobart Whether!;/ 10 

William Maurice Copland Du Quesne ) 
Caillard, 2 " Aide de Camp to Sir II. E. [ 
M'Callnm (extra) ) 

Edward Hoare Reeves 21 



Lieutenants. 

Jestyn Llewelyn Mansel 23 

Forrester Colvin Watson 24 

Robert Hutchison 25 

Cecil Arthur Shaw, 28 DSO. Adjutant) 

25 Feb. 03 „ 5 

Michael Egan Lindsay2» 

Harry Arthur Clifton 30 

John Edmund David Holland 31 -... 

John Greene 32 

Evelyn Cyril Watson ; M 



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Richard James Keath Potter,^ Indian\ 

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Terence Robt. Gleadowe-Newcomen 

John Charles Heys Thomson 

Henry Gordon Sbrubb 

Sugden Elkanah Armitage ., 

George FitzRoy Cavendish Clarke 

William Frank Gardiner Baird 



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Riding Master. — Adolphus Egbirt V. Huxstable, 17 June 03 : Son. Lieut. 

Quarter Master.— Frederick Charles Butcher, 42 26 Oct. 95 ; Hon. Captain, 29 Nov. 00. 

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1 Sir Henry P. Ewart commanded the Household Cavalry in the Egyptian war of 1882. and was present in the 
engagements at El Magfar and Mahsama, in the two actions at Kassasin, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (three times 
mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Soudan 
campaign in 1885 as Brigadier General in command of the Cavalry Brigade — horse shot (mentioned in despatches, 
KCB., and Clasp): 



ytli (The Princess BoyaVs) Dragoon Guards. I.[ia 

3 Lt.CoIonel Thompson served with the 7th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 1802, and was present inthe two 
actions at Kassasin, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir and the capture of Cairo (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 
Served in South African war, 1899-1902 ; was employed under Military Governor, Pretoria ; in command of ~th Dragoon 
Guards 19th Dec. 1900 to 31st May 1902 ; took part in operations in Orange Free State May 1900 ; in the Transvaal 
in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east 
of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900 ; in the Transvaal in Dec. 1900 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 
1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1900 to Feb. 1901 (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Lt.CoIonel, DSO., Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

6 Major B. R. Dietz served in South African war in 1899-1901, and took part in operations in Orange Free State 
April to May 1900, including action at Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near 
J ohannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, including actions 
at Belfast ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, March 1900 ; in the Transvaal Dec. 1900 and July to Aug. 1901 ; 
in Orange River Colony Feb. to July 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1900 to Feb. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with five Clasps). 

Major H. A. Lempriere served in South African war in 1899-1902 on the Staff, and as Adjutant to ~th Dragoon 
Guards April 1900 to 31st May 1902 ; took part in operations in Orange Free State April to May 1900, including action 
at Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond 
Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, 1900, including actions at Belfast in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, 
March 1900; in the Transvaal Dec. 1900; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand 
Frontier of Natal in Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1900 to Feb. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, 
DSO., Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps, Qualified for Staff Service). 

10 Major J. E. F. Dyer served in South African war in 1930-02 with Imperial Yeomanry, also as Adjutant to 7th 
Dragoon Guards from March to April 1900 ; took part in operations in Orange Free State April to May 1900, including 
action at Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and 
Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, 1900, including actions at Belfast ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange 
River, March 1900 ; in the Transvaal Dec. 1900 and Oct. 1901 to Jan. 1902 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. to Oct. 
1901 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1900 to Feb. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with five 
Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

11 Major Cayzer served in the South African war in 1890— 1900 on the Staff, and was present at the relief of Lady- 
smith (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with six Clasps). 

12 Major Sparrow served in the South African war in 1899-1902 on the Staff, also as Assistant Inspector of 
Remounts ; took part in operations in Natal 1899-1900, and in the Transvaal Feb. to June 1901 : in Orange River Colony 
June to Sept. 1901, and Nov. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Oct. 1901 (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

1:1 Captain Gage served in the operations in Uganda in T397— 98, and was slightly wounded at the capture of the 
Soudanese Forts near Mruli (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served in South African war in 1899-1902 
on the Staff, also as Acting Provost to Officer Commanding Potchefstroom District ; took part in operations in Orange 
Free State April to May 1900, including action at Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions 
near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, 1900, including actions at Belfast ; 
in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, March 1900 ; in the Transvaal, Dec. 1900 to Sept. 1901 ; in Orange River 
Colony Oct. 1901 to 31st May 1902 : and on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Oct. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, Medal 
with five Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

1* Captain Bramston-Newman served in South African war in 1899-1900, and took part in operations in Natal 1899 ; 
in Orange Free State April to May 1900, including action at Zand River; in th~ Transvaal in May and June 1900, 
including action near Johannesburg ; in Natal March 1900 ; and in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, March 1900 
(Medal with four Clasps). 

18 Captain N. D. H. Campbell served in South African war in 1900-01 on the Staff, and took part in operations in 
Orange Free State April to May 1900, including action at Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, 
including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th 
Nov. 1900, including actions at Belfast ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, March 1900 ; and in the Transvaal 
Dec. 1900 fo July 1901 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with five Clasps). 

l" Captain W. R. H. Jenkins served in South African war in 1900-02 on the Staff; took part in operations in Orange 
Free State April to May 1900, including action at Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including 
actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, Julv to 29th Nov. 1900, 
including actions at Belfast (Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

1* Captain W. F. Chappell served in South African war in 1900-02 on the Staff, and took part in operations in 
Orange Free State April to May 1900 ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, 
Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, including action at Belfast ; 
in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, March 1900 ; in the Transvaal, Dec. 1900 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 
to 31st May 1902 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1900 to Feb. 1901 (Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

19 Captain VV. S. Whetherly served in South African war in 1900-02 as Adjutant to 12th Battalion Imperial Yeomanry ; 
took part in operations in Orange Free State April to May 1900, including action at Zand River ; in the Transvaal 
in May and June 1900, including actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of 
Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, including actions at Belfast ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, March 1900 ; 
m the Transvaal 30th Nov. to Dec. 1900; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on thel Zululand 
Frontier of Natal in Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1900 to Feb. 1901 (Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with 
two Clasps). 

20 Captain W. M. C. Du Q. Caillard served in South African war in 1900-01, and took part in operations in Orange 
Free State April to May 1900, including action at Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including 
actions near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, 
including actions at Belfast ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, March 1900 ; in the Transvaal Dec. 1900 ; and 
in Cape Colony Dec. 1900 to Jan. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with five Clasps). 

« Captain E. H. Reeves served in the South African war in 1901—02, and took part in the operations in the 
Transvaal, Orange River Colony, and Cape Colony (Medal with three Clasps). 

23 Lieut. J. L. Mansel served in South African war in 1900-02 — wounded ; took part in operations in Orange Free 
State April to May 1900, including action at Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions 
near Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900, including 
actions at Belfast ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, March 1900 ; in the Transvaal, Dec. 1900 ; in Orange 
River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Oct 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 
1900 to Feb. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

M Lieut. F. C. Watson served in South African war in 1900-02, and took part in operations in Orange Free State 
April to May 1900, including action at Zand River ; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near 
Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900 ; in Cape Colony, 
south of Orange River, March 1900 ; in the Transvaal, Dec. 1900 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 
1902 ; and on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Oct. 1901 (Medal with four Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

M Lieut. R. Hutchison served in South African war in 1900-02 as Adjutant to 12th Battalion Imperial Yeomanry 
30th Oct. 1901 to 3rd May 1902 ; took part in operations in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900 ; 
in the Transvaal, Dec. 1900 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal 
in Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1900 to Feb. 1901 (Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

28 Lieut. C. A. Shaw served in South African war in 1899-1902, and took part in the operations in the Transvaal, 
tist of Pretoria, Sept. to Nov. 1900 ; in Orange River Colony Aug. to Sept. igoo ; in the Transvaal Dec. 1900 ; 
in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape 
Colony Dec. 1900 to Feb. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, DSO., Medal with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

29 Lieut. M. E. Lindsay served in South African war in 1899-1901 with 1st New Zealand Contingent ; took part 
in relief of Kimberley ; in operations in the Orange Free State Feb. to May 1900, including actions at Driefontein and 
Zand River : in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, Nov. 1899 to Feb. 1900, including actions at Colesberg ; in the 
Tr ,i,-vaal and Orange River Colony Feb. to Dec. 1901 — slightly wounded ; and in Cape Colony Jan. to Feb. 1901 (Medal 

with three Clasps). 



ij.ib yth (The Princess RoyaVs) Dragoon Guards. 

30 Lieut. H. A. Clifton servde in South African war in 1899-1902 as Adjutant to Bethune'5 Mounted Infantry from 
5th Oct. 1900 to 31st May 1902 ; took part in operations in Natal 1899; was present at relief of Ladysmith, including 
actions at Colenso and Spion Kop ; on Tugela Heights ; in Natal March to June 1900, including action at Laing's Nek; 
in the Transvaal June to 29th Nov. 1900 and 30th Nov. to Dec. 1900 ; in Orange River Colony Dec. 1900 to May 

i>oi ; and in Cape Colony May 1901 to 31st May 1902 (Medal with two Clasps). 

31 Lieut. J. E. D. Holland served in South African war in 1901-02, and took part in operations in Transvaal July 
to Aug. 1901 ; and in Orange River Colony April 1901 to March 1902 (Medal with three Clasps). 

32 Lieut. J. Greene served in South African war in 1899-1902 — slightly wounded ; served with Imperial Yeomanry ; 
took part in operations in Transvaal 30th Nov. to Dec. 1900 ; in Orange River Colony Feb. 1901, Jan. 1902, and April 
to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1900 to Feb. 1901 (Medal 
■with three Clasps, King's Medal with two Clasps). 

34 Lieut. Watson served in South African war in 1901 (Medal with three Clasps). 

33 Second Lieut. R. J. K. Potter served in South African war in 1902, and took part in operations in Orange River 
Colony and Cape Colony April to 31st May 1902. 

■t- Captain F. C. Butcher served in South African war in 1900-02, and took part in operations in Orange Free State 
April to May 1900, including action at Zand River; in the Transvaal in May and June 1900, including actions near 
Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Diamond Hill ; in the Transvaal, east of Pretoria, July to 29th Nov. 1900. including 
action at Belfast ; in Cape Colony, south of Orange River, March 1900 ; in the Transvaal Dec. 1900 ; in Orange River 
Colony Feb. 1901 to 31st May 1902 ; on the Zululand Frontier of Natal in Oct. 1901 ; and in Cape Colony Dec. 1900 
to Feb. 1901 (mentioned in despatches, granted Hon. rank of Captain, Medal with five Clasps, King's Medal with two 
Clasps). 

Record of the Services of the jth (Princess RoyaVs) Dragoon Guards. 

Raised in i683asthe " 10th Horse, or Devonshire's Regiment." To Ireland, 1689. To the Netherlands as 
** jchomberg's Horse," 1691. To England, :6jS. To Holland, 1702 (battles of Blenheim, Ramillies, Oudenarde, 
and Malplaquet). To Ireland, 1714. Entitled "Ligonicr's Horse," 1720. To Germany, t 742 (battle of Dettingen). 
To England, 1745. Entitled "4th Irish Horse, or The Black Horse," 1746. To Ireland, 1747. To Germany, 1760. 
To Ireland, 1763. Entitled " 7th Dragoon Guards (The Princess Royal's Regiment)," 1788. To England, 1799. To 
Ireland, 1814. To Scotland, 1820. To England, 1822. To the Cape, 1S46 (first Kafir war). To England, 1847. 
To Iudia, 1857. To England, 1868. To Ireland, 1872. To England, 1S78. To Egypt- 1S8? (actions at Kassasin 
land battle oI'Tel-el-Kebir). To India, 1883. To Kgypt, 1S93. To England, 1894. To South Africa, 19^0. 



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1st (Royal) Dragoons. 



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Full 
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The Crest of England within the Garter. An Eagle. " Specfemur agendo." 
"Dettingen" "Peninsula" " Waterloo" "Balaklava" "Sevastopol." 
Colonelin Chief. — His Majesty William II. German Emperor and King of Prussia, KG., GCVO. 5 May 34 ; 

Field Marshal 77 Jan. 01. 
Colonel.— p.s.c. Francis Shirley Russell, 1 CMG.. Cornet, p 6 Feb. 63 ; Lieut. "23 Aug. 64 ; Captain, p i3 June 
68; Bt. Major, 1 Apr. 74 ; Major, 15 June Si ; Lt. Colonel, 1 July Si; Colonel, 1 July 85 ; Major General, 
20 Jan. 97 ; Colonel 1 Dragoons, 9 June 90. 
Lieutenant Colonel. — George Limbrey Lord Basing, 2 CB. Lieut. 2 Aug. 82 ; Capt. 1 Oct. 87 ; Major, 2 Feb. 
98; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 29 Nov. 00 ; Lt. Colonel, 2 Feb. 02 ; Colonel, 2 July 04. 



Majors. 
p.s.c. Colquhoun Grant Morrison, 3 ) 

Comdt. at liosmead, Cape Colony 5 

Ernest Makins.i DSO 

p.sc. Henry De Beau vrir De Lisle, 6 CZ?. ') 

DSO. (Bt.Lt. Colonel 2 Jan. 02) ) 

George Frederick Steele" 



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Captains. 

lion. Arthur Hamilton-Russell' 

Henry Donald M'Neile 9 

Thomas Morton Stanhope Pitt, 10 Adjt. 

2nd Coun'y of London Imp. Yeoma 

i5 June 02 

Charles Archibald Calvert, 11 Adjt. E. 

Siding of Yorkshire Imperial Yeomy. \ 
Hon. Christian Henry Charles Guest 12 ... 
Edward York, 13 Adjutant Leiceiter\ 

Imperial Yeomanry, 16 Feb. 03 / 

LordChas. Geo. Francis Fitzmauricc u ... 
Bertie Edward Parker Leighton'- 1 

Lieutenants. 

Thomas Philip Godman 17 

Philip Edward Hardwick, 1 " Adjutant 1 

22 Dec. u2 / 

William Douglas Grant 1 " 

#o». Wilfrid Charles William Egerton, 2 

Aide de Camp to Brig. Gen. J. F 

Murdoch 

Henry M'Laren Lambert-' 
Lord Alastair Robert Innes-Ker 2 

Hugh Handley Sandbaeh 28 

Henry Archdalo Tomkinson 2 " 

Walter Thornton Hodgson 29 

Cecil Robert Tidswell 30 

Thomas Strutt Irwin" 



CAPTAIN. 



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27 Mar. 89 
2 Feb. 98 
1 Oct. 

29 Maj 



91 



24 July 99 
1 Feb. 00 



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22 Jan. 79, 18 June 81 

23 Jan. 92J 31 Aug. 93 
10 Mar. 83 

7 Sept. 92 U20 Nov. 93 



21 Oct. 93 27 June 94 
31 Jan. 94 9 Jan. 93 



20 June 94 27 Feb. 95 28 Apr. o? 

12 Dec. 94 28 Aug. 95 17 Apr. 01 

12 Dec. 94 14 Mar. 961 22 June 01 

12 Dec. 94 14 Oct. 96; 22 June 01 

29 May Qi 2 Feb. 98J 27 June 01 

25 Mar. gi 12 May 99 27 June 01 



7 Apr. 97 24 July 99 



29 Nov. oc 



Second Lieutenants. 

Alister Hillyar Darby Chapman 

Arthur Craven Charrington 

Cecil Fras. Montgomery Pike 

Wm. Henry Jepson St. Leger Atkinson.... 

William Tremayne Miles 

Robert Houston 

Gordon Philip Lewes Cosens 



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11 Aug. 97 
18 Oct. 99