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THE NEW 



ANNUAL ARMY LIST ; 

MILITIA LIST, 

AND 

YEOMANRY CAVALRY LIST, 

FOE 1898, 

(BEING TEE FIFTY-NINTH ANNEAL VOLUME,) 

CONTAINING 

DATES OP COMMISSIONS, AND A SUMMARY OF THE WAR SERVICES OF 
NEARLY EVERY OFFICER IN THE ARMY, SUPPLY &c. DEPARTMENTS, 
MARINES, AND INDIAN STAFF CORPS, 
AND INDIAN LOCAL FORCES. 

Corrected to the 31st December, 1897. 

WITH AN INDEX. 



BY THE LATE 

LIEUTENANT GENERAL H. 

EDITED BY HIS SON. 




LONDON": 

JOHN MUEEAY, ALBEMARLE STEEET. 

1S98. 



Foreign Orders. 



The Foreign Orders mentioned in the War Services belong to the following Countries, and the Dales are 

those of the Institution of the respective Orders : — 
Afghanistan — Doorane'e Empire (3 Classes) 1839. -K 

Austria — Maria Theresa (3 Classes) xS June 1757. 

Leopold (3 Classes) 14 July 1806. 
Bavaria — Maximilian Joseph (3 Classes) 1 Jan. 1806. 
Belgium — Leopold (3 Classes) 11 July 1832. 
France— Military Merit (3 Classes) March 1759. 

Legion of Honor (5 Classes) 13 May 1802. 
Greece — Saviour (5 Classes) 1 June 1833. 
Hanover — Guelphs (3 Classes) 18 June 1815. 
Naples — St. Januarius (1 Class) July 1738. 

St. Ferdinand and Merit (3 Classes) 1 April 1800. 
St. George and Reunion (3 Classes) 1 Jan. 1819. 
Netherlands — Wilhelm (4 Classes) 30 April 1815. 
Persia — Lion and Sun (3 Classes) 1801. 
Portugal — Tower and Sword (3 Classes) 17 April 1748. 
St. Bento d'Avis (2 Classes) 1789. 
Conception (3 Classes) 6 Feb. 1818. 
Prussia — Black Eagle — 18 Jan. 1701. 
Military Merit — 1740. 
Red Eagle (3 Classes) 12 June 1792. 



-St. Andrew — 30 Nov. 1698. 
St. Alexander Newski — 1722. 
St. Ann (2 Classes) 3 Feb. 1735. 
St. George (4 Classes) 26 Nov. 1769. 
St. Wladimir (5 Classes) 4 Oct. 1782. f 1572. 

Sardinia — St. Maurice and St. Lazarus (2 Classes) Nov. 

Military Order of Savoy. 
Saxony — St. Henry (3 Classes) 7 Oct. 1736. 
Ernestine (4 Classes) 25 Dec. 1833. 
Spain— Charles the Third (3 Classes) 19 Sept. 1771. 
San Fernando (5 Classes) 31 Aug. 1811. 
St. Hermenigilde (2 Classes) 10 July 1815. 
St. Isabella the Catholic (3 Classes) 1815. 
Sweden — Sword (3 Classes) 17 April 1748. 
Turkey — Crescent (2 Classes) 6 July 1804. 
Medjidie (5 Classes). 
Osmanieh (4 Classes) . 
Tuscany — St. Joseph (3 Classes) 1807. 
Wirtemburg — Military Merit (3 Classes) 1758. 



111. 



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.G.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. 
G.O.S.I. Knight Grand- Commander of the Order of the 

Star of India. 
K.C.S.I. Knight Commander of the 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. 
K.C.M.G. Knight Commander of ditto ditto 

C.M.G. Companion of ditto ditto 



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

CLE. 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. 
G.C.H. Knight Grand Crossot the Royal Hanoverian 

Guelphic Order. 
K.C.H. Knight Commander of ditto ditto 

K.H. Knight of ditto ditto 

K.G. Knight of the Crescent. 



7J& Victoria Cross. 

[R] Reward for Distinguished or Meritorious Sorvices. 

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 p.s.c. are placed before the Names of Officers who have passed the Staff College. 
The Letter r. 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. 
v.d. signifies Volunteer Officers' Decorations. 



In the Medical Departments 

BA 

BCh.^BS. 



nines Bachelor of Arts. 
„ Bachelor of Surgery. 

BSc ,, Bachelor of Science. 

DPS. ... „ Diploma in Public Health. 

FF.CS , Fellow of the Royal College of 

Surgeons of England. 

FRCS.Ed. ,, Ditto of Edinburgh. 

FRCSI.... ,, Ditto of Ireland. 

LAS. Dub. ,, Licentiate of Apothecaries' Hall, 
Dublin. 

LCk.fM.Dub.,, Licentiate of Surgery and Medi- 
cine, Dublin. 

ZFPS.Glas. ,, Licentiate of the Faculty of Phy- 
sicians and Surgeons, Glas- 
gow. 

FRCP... ,, Licentiate of the Royal College of 
Physicians of London. 

LRCP.Fd. „ Ditto of Edinburgh. 

LRCPI. ,, Licentiate of the Royal College 

of Physicians in Ireland. 

LRCS.Ed. ,, Licentiate of the Royal College of 
Surgeons of Edinburgh. 



LRCSI... signifies Licentiate of the Royal College of 

Surgeons of Ireland. 
ZSA ,, Licentiate of the Society of 

Apothecaries in London. 

MA ,, Master of Arts. 

MB ,, Bachelor of Medicine. 

MCh. ,, Master of Surgery. 

MD ,, Doctor of Medicine. 

MRCP.... ,, Member of the Royal College of 

Physicians of London. 
MRCP. Ed. „ Ditto of Edinburgh. 
MRCPI. ,, Member of the Royal College of 

Physicians in Ireland. 
MRCS.... „ Member of the Royal College of 

Surgeons of England. 

a.g.m ,, Alexander Gold Medal (triennial) 

p.g.m ,, Parkes ditto ditto. 

h.f.n ,, Herbert Prize at Netley. 

m.p.n ,, Montefiore Prize and Medal at 

Netley. 
m.m.n. ... ,, Martin Gold Medal at Netley. 
p.m.n ,, Parkes Bronze Medal at Netley. 



Tn the Militia and Yeomanry Cavalry, — 

(S) signifies qualified for appointment as Instructor 

of Musketry. 
(I) signifies qualified for appointment as Instructor 

of Artillery. 
(S) obtained Certificate as Instructor in Army 

Signalling. 
[T] obtained Special Mention in Examination in 

Tactics laid down for Captains in the Army before 

t Jan. go. 
(P) passed full course in Submarine Mining. 
(A) passed prescribed examination in Artillery. 
p. Certificate of Proficiency, or otherwise qualified 

as Proficient for higher rank. 

The words subscribed to the titles of Regiments, as " Peninsula," " Waterloo," &c, denote the Honorary Dis- 
tinctions permitted to be borne by such Regiments on their colours and appointments, in commemoration of their 
Services. 



(p.) Subaltern's Certificate of Proficiency 

p. Certificate of Proficiency, or otherwise qualified as 
Proficient. 

p.s. passed School of Instruction. 

p.s. passed Schocl of Instruction for higher rank, 

{p.s.) School Certificate for Yeomanry Subalterns. 

[fl passed the examination in Tactics laid down for 
Captains in the Army. 

(T) obtained Special Mention at examination in Tac- 
tics la)id down for Lieutenants in the Army before 
t Jan. 90. 

(t) passed the examination in Tactics laid down for 
Lieutenants in the Army. 



NOTICE. 

Communications concerning the contents of " Hart's Army List" should be addressed 
ONLY to 

The EDITOR of HART'S ARMY LIST, 

50, Albemarle Street, 

LONDON, W. 



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July and October, price lOs. 6d. 



IV 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

IN ORDER OF ARRANGEMENT. 



113 



The Queen 1 

Private Secretary to the Queen... 1 

Aides de Camp to the Queen 1 

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 100 

Regimental District Staff 109 

Militabt Establishments : — 
Educational Establishments. 
R. Military College, Sandhurst 
R.MilitaryAcademv, Woolwich 

Staff College '. 113 

School of Gunnery 114 

Artillery College 114 

School of Military Engineer- 
ing, Chatham 114 

School of Musketry, Hythe ... 114 

School of Signalling 114 

Balloon Factory 114 

Medical School, Netley 114 

Royal Military School of Music, 

Kneller Hall 114 

Duke of York's R. Mil. School 1 15 

R. Hibernian Military School 115 

Army Schools 115 

Ordnance Factories. 

Arsenal, Woolwich 115 



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Small Arms Factory, Enfield.. 115 
Small Arms Factory, Bir- 
mingham J15 

Gunpowder Factory, Walt- 
ham Abbey 115 

Army Clothing Department .. 115 

Brennan Torpedo Factory ... 115 

Committees andlnspection Staff 115 

Miscellaneous Establishments. 

Late Cavalry Depot 117 

Remount Establishment 117 

Royal Hospitals— Chelsea, Kil- 

mainham T17 

Pay Office 117 

JudgeAdvocateGeneral'sOffice 117 

Prisons 117 

Officers whohavereceivedCertifi- 
catesat the Senior Department 

of the Royal Military College 117 
Officers who have passed the 

StaffColiege 119 

Gentlemen at Arms 130 

Yeomen of the Guard 132 

Cavalry 133 

Artillery 164 

Engineers 204 

Infantry 219 

Army Service Corps 366 

Army Ordnance Department ... 369 

Army Pay Department 371 

Anny Medical Staff ... 377 

Army Veterinary Department ... 395 



PAGE 

Army Chaplains' Department ... 396 

Marines 397 

Indian Army 403 

Reserve of Officers 533 

Indian Army Reserve 577 

General Officers retired under 

Royal Warrant 578 

Unemployed Supernumerary List 588 
Officers Retired on Full Pay or 

on a Pension 599 

Officers (other than General and 

Field Officers) on Retired Pay 692 

Officers on Half Pay 707 

General and Field Officers Re- 
tired by Sale, Commutation, 
with a Gratuity, or by Sur- 
renderor Half Pay 744 

Military Knights of Windsor ... 772 

Military Decorations 776 

Officers receiving Rewards for 

Distinguished Services 785 

Victoria Cross 785a 

Civil Decorations 786 

Pay Tables ', 789 

Retirements, &c 791 

Deaths 793 

Index— Active List 797 

Retired List 829 

Hon. Art. Company of London 847 

Militia 847 

Yeomanry Cavalry 875 

Field Officers Retired from the 

Militia andYeomanryCavalry 886 



TABLE OF CONTENTS, IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER. 
N.B.— By means of this Table, Regiments can be found in this book by their new titles. 



PAGE 

Academy, Royal Military 113 

Active List 4 

Aden Troop 504 

Adjutants on Retired Pay 696 

African Commissariat, Ret. Pay 704 

Aides de Camp to the Queen 1 

Alderney and Guernsey Staff ... 99 

Aldershot District Staff 98 

Antigua & Leeward Islands Staff 107 

Argyll and Suth. Highlanders... 350 

Army Hospital Corps, Half Pay 728 

Ordnance Department ... 369 

— Pay Department 371 

Retired or Half Pay 705 

Schools 115 

Half Pay 743 

Service Corps 363 

Arsenal, Woolwich 115 

Artillery College 114 

District Officers 190 

Malta tS? 

Militia 847 

Royal 164 

Officers Retired 

on Annuities 743 

Royal Marine 397 

Australia. Staff in 104 

Bahamas, Staff in 107 

Balloon Factory 114 

Barbadoes, Staff in 107 

Bath, Order of the 776 

Bedfordshire Regiment 25 1 

Belfast, Staff at 100 

Bengal Cavalry 472 

General List . . . 403 

Ecclesiastical Dept.... 530 

■ Infantry 477 

General List ... 404 

Medical Department ... 515 

Mountain Batteries 477 

Sappers and Miners . . . 477 

Staff in 101 



PAGE 

Brennan Torpedo Factory 115 

Buffs, The (East Kent Regiment) 229 

Caicos Island, Staff in 107 

Cambridge's (Duke of) Own 

Middlesex Regiment 319 

Cameron Highlanders 342 

Cameronians 260 

Canada, Staff in xo6 

Canadians, Royal (Prince of 

Wales' Leinster Regiment) ... 352 

Canterbury, late Cavalry Depot at 117 

Captains on Retired Pay 692 

HalfPay 707 



Carriage Factory, Woolwich 115 

Cavalry Depot, late Canterbury 117 
Regiments of 133 



Central India. Horse 

Ceylon, Staff in 104 

Channel Islands Militia S75 

Chaplains' Department 396 

Half Pay 741 

Chaplains (Hon.) to the Queen. 1 

Chatham, Staff at 98 

Chelsea, Royal Hospital 117 

Military School 115 

Cheshire Regiment 261 

Chester, Staff at 97 

China, &c, Staff in 104 

City of London Regiment 235 

Civil Decorations for Gallantry . 786 

Clothing Department 113 

Coast Battalion 216 

Colchester, Staff at 97 

College, Royal Military 113 

Staff 113 

Colonels on the Active List 16 

Retired on Full or Re 



Berkshire Regiment 310 

Bermuda, Staff in 107 

Bhopaul Battalion 514 

BirminghamSrnallArmsFactory 115 

Black Watch 299 

Bombay Artillery (Native) 505 

Cavalry 503 

General List... 404a 

Ecclesiastical Dept 532 

Infantry 5C5 

General List ... 404a 

Medical Department ... 527 

Sappers and Miners 505 

■ Staff in 103 

Border Regiment 286 



tired Pay or Pension 611 

Colonels Retired by Sale, &c. ... 744 
Commissariat and Transport De- 
partment, Half Pay 713 

Commissariat and Transport 

Staff, Retired or Half Pay ... 702 
Commissariat Dept. Half Pay... 711 
Committees and Inspection Staff 115 
Commutation, &c, Officers Re- 
tired by 744 

Connaught Rangers 348 

Control Department, HalfPay 713 

Cork, Staff at 100 

Cornets, &c, on Retired Pay ... 696 

Cornwall's (Duke of) Lt. Inf. ... 282 

Curragh, Staff at the 100 

Cyprus, Staff in 10: 

Deaths during the year 1897 793 

Decorations, Civil 786 

Decorations, Military 776 



PAGE 

Deolee Irregular Force 514 

Depot and Training School, Al- 
dershot 387 

Depot, Cavalry, at Canterbury... 117 

Derbyshire Regiment 305 

Devonport, Staff at 97 

Devonshire Regiment 242 

Distinguished Service Order ... 784a 

District Officers (R. Artillery) ... 190 

Dorsetshire Regiment 294 

Dover, Staff at 98 

Dragoon Guards 136 

Dragoons, Hussars,& Lancers 143-163 

Dublin Fusiliers 354 

Staff at 100 

Durham Light Infantry 332 

East Kent Regiment 229 

Lancashire Regiment 277 

Surrey Regiment 279 

Yorkshire Regiment 249 

Eastern District Staff 97 

Ecclesiastical Dept. Bengal 530 

Bombay ... 583 

Madras 53c 

Rangnon ... 532 

Edinburgh's (Duke of) Wiltshire 

Regiment 325 

Edinburgh, Staff at 99 

Educational Establishments 113 

Egypt, Staff of the Force in 105 

Enfield Small Arms Factory 115 

Engineers, Militia 852 

Royal 204 

Equerries to the Queen 1 

Erinpoorah Irregular Force 514 

Essex Regiment 303 

Falkland Islands, Staff in 107 

Field Marshals 4 

Fiji Islands, Staff in 105 

Foreign Orders back of title-page 

Garter, Knights of the 776 

General Officers on Active List 4 

Retired List 578 

Retired on Full 



Retired Pay or Pension 599 

Retired by Sale, &c 744 

Gentlemen at Arms 130 

Gibraltar, Staff at 100 

Gloucestershire Regiment 273 

Gold Coast Colony, Staff in 106 

Good Hope (Cape of), Staff in ... 105 

Goorkha Regiments 488-90, 494 

Gordon Highlanders 340 

Gradation List of General and 

Field Officers 4 

Guards 219 

Guernsey and Alderney Staff ... 99 



PAGE 

Guiana, British, Staff in 107 

Guides, Corps of. 491 

GunFactory 115 

Gunnery, School of 114 

Gunpowder Fac.,WalthamAbbey ns 

Half Pay 707 

Officers Retired by 

Surrender of 744 

Hampshire Regiment 290 

Head Quarters Staff 2 

Hibernian Military School 115 

Highland Light Infantry 334 

Home District Staff 98 

Honduras, Staffin 107 

Hong Kong, &c, Staffin 104 

Regiment 362 

Hon. Art. Company of London 847 

Horse Guards— StaffoftheArmy 2 

■ District Staff 98 

Blue 135 

Hospital, Chelsea 117 

— ■ Kilmainham 117 

Hussars, Lancers & Dragoons 143-163 

Hyderabad Contingent 511 

Hythe School of Musketry 114 

Index to the Active List 797 

to the Retired List 829 

Indian Army 403 

Reserve of Officers 577 

Empire, Order of the ... 7B4 

Local Forces 403 

Medical Service ...... 515, 529 

■ — StaS'Corps .' 405 

India, Staffin 101 

■Infantry, Regiments of. 219 

Inniskilling Dragoons 14S 

Fusiliers 271 

Inspection Staff 115 

Ireland, Staff in 99 

Irish Fusiliers 346 

Regiment 254 

Rifles 344 

Ja,maica, Staff in 107 

Jersey District Staff 99 

JudgeAdvocate General's Office 117 

■Kent (East) Regiment 229 

(West) Regiment 313 

Kilmainham, Royal Hospital... 117 

King's Dragoon Guards 136 

14th Hussars 156 

15th Hussars 137 

Liverpool Regiment ... 237 

■ — Own Hussars 145 

Own Lancaster Regt.... 231 

Own Scottish Borderers 267 

Own Yorkshire Lt.Inf. 315 

■ — Royal Irish Hussars ... 150 

Royal Rifle Corps 321 

■ — Shropshire Light Inf.... 317 

Kneller Hall, School of Music... 114 

Laboratory, Royal 115 

Labuan, Staff in 104 

Lagos, Staffin 106 

Lancashire (East) Regiment ... 271 

Fusiliers 257 

• (Loyal NorthlRegt. 307 

(South) Regiment.. 295 

Lancaster Regiment 231 

Lancers, Dragoons & Hussars 143-163 

Leeward Islands, Staff in 107 

Leicestershire Regiment 252 

Leinster Regiment 332 

Lieutenant Colonels 40 

Retired on 

Full or Retired Pay or Pension 623 
Lieutenant. Colonels Retired by 

Sale, &c 744 

Lieutenant Generals 4 

Retired on 

Full or Retired Pay or Pension 599 

Lieutenant General Ret. by Sale 744 

Lieutenants on Retired Pay 695 

Half Pay 708 

Life Guards 133 

Lincolnshire Regiment 241 

Liverpool Regiment 237 

Local Indian Forces 403 

London, Honourable Artillery 

Company of 847 

Lothian Regiment 225 

Louise's (Princess) Sutherland 

and Argyll Highlanders 350 

Loyal North Lancashire Regt. 307 

Madras Cavalry 495 

■ General List ... 404 

Ecclesiastical Dept. ... 531 

Infantry 4 9 6 

General List ... 404a 



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Madras Medical Department l... 524 

■ Sappers and Miners ... 496 

Staffin , 102 

Major Generals 5 

Retired on Full 

or Retired Pay or Pension ... 599 

Major Generals Ret. by Sale, &c. 744 

Majors 52 

■ Retired on Full or 

Retired Pay or Pension 633 

Retired by Sale, &c. ... 748 

Malta Artillery 182 

Militia 875 

Staff at 101 

Malwah Bheel Corps 5:4 

Manchester Regiment 327 

Marines 397 

Mauritius, Staffin 106 

Medical Service, Bengal 315 

— Bombay 527 

■ Half or Retired Pay 720 

Service, Madras '.. 524 

Reserve of Officers 717 

School, Netley 114 

Staff 377 

Meywar Bheel Corps 514 

Mhairwarra Battalion 514 

Middlesex Regiment 319 

Military Decorations 776 

Engineering, School of 114 

Establishments 113 

Knights of Windsor ... 772 

Mounted Police 361 

■— Prisons 117 

■ Store Dept. Half Pay... 740 

Militia Artillery 847 

Channel Islands 875 

Engineers 852 

FieldOHicersRetiredfrom 886 

Infantry 853 

Royal Malta 875 

Miscellaneous Establishments.., 117 

Munster Fusiliers 353 

Music, School of (Kneller Hall) 114 

Musketry, School of (Hythe) ... 114 

Natal, Staffin 105 

Naval Ordnance Department ... 402 

Netley Medical School 114 

Newfoundland, Staffin ic6 

New Guinea, Staffin 105 

New South Wales, Staffin C04 

New Zealand, Staff in 105 

Norfolk Regiment 239 

Northamptonshire Regiment ... 308 

North Eastern District Staff ... 97 

Northumberland Fusiliers 233 

Orders of the Garter, Ac 776 

Ordnance Factories 115 

Ordnance Department 369 

Ditto, Retired or Half Pay 704, 711 

Oxfordshire Light Infantry 301 

Pay Department 371 

■ Retired or Half Pay 705 

Office 117 

Tables 789 

Paymasters on Half Pay 709 

Pension, Officers Retired on 599 

Physicians (Hony.) to the Queen 1 

Poona Horse 504 

Portsmouth, Scaff at 07 

Prince Albert's Own Hussars... 153 

(Somersetshire 

Light Infantry) 243 

Prince Consort'sOwn RifleBi ig. 356 

Prince of Wales's Dragoon Gds. 138 

LeinsterRegt. 352 

■ North Staf- 
fordshire Regiment 329 

Own Royal 

Hussars 152 

WestYorkshire 

Regiment 247 

■ RoyalLancers 154 

■ ■ Volunteers (S. 

Lancashire Regiment) 295 

Princess Charlotte of Wales's 

Dragoon Guards 140 

■ Berk- 
shire Regiment 310 

Princess Louise's Argyll and 

Sutherland Highlanders 350 

Princess of Wales's Own 19th 

Hussars 160 

Yorkshire 

Regiment 256 

Princess Royal's Dragoon Gds. 142 
Princess Victoria's Royal Irish 

Fusiliers 346 



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PAGE 

Prisons, Military 117 

Provisional Battalion 362 

Punjab Cavalry 490 

Frontier Force 490 

Infantry 493 

Purchase Commission 117 

Purveyors' Department (late), 

Officers on Half Pay of 743 

Quarter Masters on Retired Pay 697 

on Half Pay ... 711 

Queen, The 1 

Queen's Bays 137 

Own Cameron High- 

lanlers 342 

■ Own 4th Hussars 146 

Own 7th Hussars 149 

Own Royal West Kent 

Regiment 313 

1 6th Lancers 158 

— RoyalLancers 151 

Royal West Surrey 

Regiment 227 

Queensland, Staffin 105 

Rangoon Eccles. Establishment 532 

Regimental District Staff 109 

Remount Establishment 117 

Reserve of Officers 533 

Indian Army 577 

Medical Officers 717 

Retired List of General Officers 578 
Retirements, &c, during 1897... 791 
Rewards for Distinguished Ser- 
vices, Officers receiving 785 

Riding Masters on Half Pay ... 711 

■ Retired Pay... 696 

Rifle Brigade 356 

Depot... 111 

Ross-shire Buffs 336 

Royal Canadians 352 

—Dragoons ,. 143 

Fusiliers 23s 

Highlanders(BlackWatch) 299 

Irish Dragoon Guards ... 139 

Irish Lancers 147 

Mil. Academy, Woolwich 113 

College, Sandhurst... 113 

Officers who 

have Certificates from the 

Senior Department 117 

Royal Military School, Chelsea 115 

Scots (Lothian Regiment) 225 

St. Helena, Staff in 106 

St.MiehaelA St. George, Order of 782 

St. Patrick, Knights of 776 

Sale, &c, Officers Retired by ... 744 

Sandhurst, R. Military College 113 

Staff College 113 

Schcsl of Gunnery 114 

Military Engineering 114 

Music, Kneller Hall 114 

■ Musketry at Hythe ... 114 

3f Signalling 114 

School.Royal Hibernian Military 115 

Schools, Army 115 

■ Half Pay 743 

Scottish Borderers, King's Own 267 

■ District Start 99 

Rifles 269 

Scots Fusiliers 259 

Seaforth Highlanders 336 

Second Lieutenants on Half Pay 709 
Senior Department, R. M. Col- 
lege, Officers who have re- 
ceived Certificates from 117 

Seychelles Islands, Staff in 106 

Sherwood Foresters(Derbyshire 

Regiment) 305 

Shropshire Light Infantry 317 

Signalling, School of 114 

Sikh Infantry 492 

Small Arms Factory, Enfield ... 115 

Birmingham 115 

Somersetshire Light Infantry... 245 

South Australia, Staff in 104 

Eastern District Staff 98 

Lancashire Regiment ... 295 

Staffordshire Regiment 292 

Wales Borderers 265 

Southern District Staff 97 

Staff Abroad 100 

■ at Home 97 

■ College 113 

Officers passed... 119 

StaffCorps 405 

■ of the Army 2 

Regimental District 109 

Staffordshire (North) Regiment 329 
(South)Regiment 292 



VI 

PAGE 

Star of India, Order of the 782 

Straits Settlements, Staffin 104 

Suffolk Regiment 243 

Surgeons(Honorary) to the Queen 
Surrender of Half Pay, &c, 1 

Officers Retired by 744 

Surrey (East) Regiment 279 

(West) Regiment 227 

Sussex Regiment 28S 

Sutherland Highlanders 350 

Tasmania, Staff in 105 

Thames District Staff. 98 

Thistle, Knights of the 776 

Tobago, i>tatf in 107 

Torpedo Factory 115 

Tower of London 112 

Trinidad, Staffin 107 

Turks & Caicos Islands, Staffin 107 

Unattached List 362 

HnemployedSupernumeraryList 388 

Veterinarv Department 395 

r Half Pay 741 

Victoria Cross, Officers who have 

received the 78=0 



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PAGE 

Victoria, Staff in 104 

Victoria's (Princess) Irish Fus. 146 

Victorian (Royal) Order 784 

Wales's (PrinceofJLeinsterRegt. 352 
Wales's (Prince of) North Staf- 
fordshire Regiment 329 

Wales's (Prince of) Own West 

YorkshireRegiment 247 

Wales's (Prince of) Volunteers 

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

Berkshire Regiment 310 

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

Waltham Abbey. Gunpowder 

Factory at 115 

War Office 2 

Warwickshire Regiment 234 

Wellington's (Duke of) West 

Riding Regiment 284 

Welsh Fusiliers 263 

Regiment 297 

West Africa Settlements,Staffin 106 
India Regiment 060 



PAGE 

West Indies, &c, Staffin 107 

Kent Regiment 313 

Riding Regiment 284 

Surrey Regiment 227 

Yorkshire Resnment 247 

Western Australia, Staffin 104 

District Staff. _ 97 

Wiltshire Regiment 3 2 5 

Windsor, Military Knights of... 772 

Windward Islands, Staff in 107 

Woolwich Arsenal 115 

R. Military Academy 113 

District Staff 98 

Worcestershire Regiment 275 

Yeomanry Cavalry 875 

Yeomen of the Guard 132 

York and Lancaster Regiment 330 

York, Staff at 97 

York's (Duke of) R. Mili.Schooi 115 

Yorkshire Light Infantry 315 

Regiment 256 

(East) Regiment 249 

■ (W'.st) Regiment ... 247 

Zululand, Staff in 10 



Changes in the Titles of 
N.B. — By means of this Table, Kegiments can 

E EGT. NEW TITLE. PAGE 

1st ... The Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment) 225 

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

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

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

Sth ... Northumberland Fusiliers 233 

6th ... Royal Warwickshire Regiment 235 

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

8th ... The King's (Liverpool Regiment) 237 

9th ... Norfolk Regiment 239 

J oth ... Lincolnshire Regiment 241 

iith ... Devonshire Regiment 242 

'2th ... Suffolk Regiment 243 

J 3th ... Prince Albert's (Somersetshire Light Inf.) 245 
^th ... Prince of Wales' Own (W. Yorkshire Regt.) 247 

'5th ... East Yorkshire Regiment 249 

T 6th ... Bedfordshire Regiment 251 

J 7th ... Leicestershire Regiment 252 

J 8th ... Royal Irish Regiment 254 

J 9th ... Princess of Wales' Own (Yorkshire Reg ) 256 

2 oth ... Lancashire Fusiliers 257 

21st ... Royal Scots Fusiliers 259 

22nd ... Cheshire Regiment 261 

23rd ... Royal Welsh Fusiliers 263 

24th ... South Wales Borderers 265 

25th ... King's Own Borderers 267 

26th ... 1 Bn. The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) ... 269 

27th ... 1 Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 271 

28th ... 1 Bn. Gloucestershire Regiment 273 

29th ...1 Bu. Worcestershire Regiment 275 

3oth ... 1 Bn. East Lancashire Regiment 277 

31st ... 1 Bn. East Surrey Regiment 279 

32nd ... 1 Bn. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantrv ... 281 
33rd ... iBn.DukeofWellington's(W.RidingRegt.) 284 

34th ... 1 Bn. The Border Regiment 286 

35th ... 1 Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment 288 

36th ... 2 Bn. Worcestershire Regiment 275 

37th ... 1 Bn. Hampshire Regiment 290 

38th ... 1 Bn. South Staffordshire Regiment 292 

39th ... 1 Bn. Dorsetshire Regiment 294 

40th ... 1 Bn. Prince of Wales' Volunteers (South 

Lancashire Regiment) 295 

41st ... 1 Bn. Welsh Regiment 297 

42nd ... 1 Bn. The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) 299 

43rd ... 1 Bn. Oxfordshire Light Infantry 301 

44th ... 1 Bn. Essex Regiment 303 

45th ... 1 Bn. Sherwood Foresters (Derbyshire 

Regiment) 305 

46th ... 2 Bn. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry ... 281 
47th ... 1 Bn. The Loyal North Lancashire Regt. ... 307 

48th ... 1 Bn. Northamptonshire Regiment 308 

49th ... 1 Bn. Princess Charlotte of Wales' (Berk- 
shire Regiment) 310 

50th ... 1 Bn. Queen's Own (Royal W. Kent Regt.) 313 
51st ... 1 Bn. King's Own (Yorkshire Light Inf.)... 315 

52nd ... 2 Bn. Oxfordshire Light Infantry 301 

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

54th ... 2 Bn. Dorsetshire Regiment 294 

55th ... 2 Bn. The Border Regiment 286 

56th ... 2 Bn. Essex Regiment 303 

57th ... 1 Bn. Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middle- 
sex Regiment) 319 

58th ... 2 Bn. Northamptonshire Regiment 308 

59th ... 2 Bn. East Lancashire Regiment 277 

60th ... King's Royal Rifle Corps 32 

61st ... 2 Bn. Gloucestershire Regiment 27 

62nd ... 1 Bn. Duke of Edinburgh's (Wiltshire 

Regiment) 3 2 5 



Regiments of Infantry. 

be found in this book by their old numbers. 

BEGT. NEW TITLE. P AGB 

63rd ... i Bn. Manchester Regiment 3 2 7 

64th ... 1 Bn. Prince of Wales' (North Stafford- 
shire Regiment) 3 2 9 

65th ... i Bn. York and Lancaster Regiment 33° 

66th ... 2 Bn. Princess Charlotte of Wales' (Berk- 
shire Regiment) 3 TO 

67th ... 2 Bn. Hampshire Regiment 2 9° 

68th ... 1 Bn. Durham Light Infantry 33 2 

69th ... 2 Bn. Welsh Regiment 2 97 

70th ... 2 Bn. East Surrey Regiment 279 

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

72nd ... 1 Bn. Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire 

Buffs, The Duke of Albany's) 33 6 

73rd ... 2 Bn. TheBlackWatch(RoyalHighlanders) 299 

74th ... 2 Bn. Highland Light Infantry 33+ 

75th ... 1 Bn. Gordon Highlanders 339 

76th ... 2 En. Duke of Wellington's (West Riding 

Regiment) 2 &4 

77th ... 2 Bn. Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middle- 
sex Regiment) 3*9- 

7Sth ... 2 Bn. Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shire 

Buffs, The Duke of Albany's) 33 6 

79th ... 2 Bn. Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders 342 

80th ... 2 Bn. South Staffordshire Regiment 292 

81st ... 2 Bn. Loyal North Lancashire Regiment... 307 
82nd ... 2 Bn. Prince of Wales' Volunteers (South 

Lancashire Regiment) 2 95 

83rd ... 1 Bn. Royal Irish Rifles 344 

84th ... 2 Bn. York and Lancaster Regiment 330 

85th ... 2 Bn. King's (Shropshire Light Infantry) 317 

86th ... 2 Bn. Roval Irish Rifles 344 

87th ... 1 Bn. Princess Victoria's(RoyalIrishFusi- 

liers) 346 

88th ... 1 Bn. Connaught Rangers 34& 

89th ... 2 Bn. Princess Victoria's(RoyalIrishFusi- 

liers) 346 

90th ... 2Bn. Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 269. 

91st ... 1 Bn. Princess Louise's (Argyll and Suther- 
land Highlanders) 35o 

92nd ... 2 Bn. Gordon Highlanders 339 

93rd ... 2Bn. PrincessLouise's(ArgyllandSuther- 

land Highlanders) 35° 

94th ... 2 Bn. Connaught Rangers 348 

95th ... 2 Bn. Sherwood Foresters (Derbyshire 

Regiment) 3°5 

96th ... 2 Bn. Manchester Regiment 3 2 7 

97th ... 2 Bn. The Queen's Own (Royal W. Kent 

Regiment) S'3 

98th ... 2 Bn. Prince of Wales' (North Stafford- 
shire Regiment) 3 2 9 

99th ... 2 Bn. Duke of Edinburgh's (Wiltshire 

Regiment) 3 2 5 

100th ... 1 Bn. The Prince of AVales' Leinster Regl 

ment (Roval Canadians) 35 2 

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

102nd ... 1 Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers 354 

103rd ... 2 Bn. Royal Dublin Fusihers 354 

104th ... 2 Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers 353 

105th ... 2 Bn. The King's O wa (Yorkshire Light 

Infantry) 315 

106th ... 2 Bn. Durham Light Infantry 33 2 

107th ... 2 Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment 288 

108th ... 2 Bn. Roval Inniskilling Fusiliers 271 

109th ... 2 Bn. The Prince of Wales' Leinster 

Regiment (Royal Canadians) 35 2 



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MILITIA. 



ARTILLERY. 



PAGE 

Antrim 847 

Cardigan 851 

Carmarthen 851 

Clare 850 

Cornwall and Devon Miners 850 

Cork 8 4 3 

Devon 850 

Donegal 84S 

Dublin City 848 

Durham _ 851 

Edinburgh 848 

Fife 848 

Forfar and Kincardine 849 

Glamorgan 851 

Hampshire 849 

Kent 847 

Lancashire 849 



PAGE 

Limerick City 849 

Londonderry 350 

Mid-Ulster 849 

Norfolk 847 

Northumberlnd 851 

Pembroke 851 

Scotland (Sonth-east 9f) 848 

Scotland (West of) 850 

Sligo 850 

Suffolk 847 

Sussex 847 

Tipperary 849 

WaterforJ 850 

Wicklow 850 

Wight (Isle of) 849 

Yorkshire 851 



ENGINEERS. 



PAGE 

Anglesey 852 

Falmouth Division (Submarine Miners) 852 

Harwich Division (Submarine Miners) 852 

Humber Division (Submarine Miners) 852 

Medway Division (Submarine Miners) 852 

Milford Haven Division (Submarine Miners) 852 



PAGE 

Monmouthshire 852 

Needles Division (Submarine Miners) 852 

Plymouth Division (Submarine Miners) 852 

Portsmouth Division (Submarine Miners) 852 

Thames Division (Submarine Miners) 852 

Western Division (Submarine Miners) 852 



INFANTRY. 



PAGE 

Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 3 Battalion 372 

,, ,, ,, 4 Battalion 873 

Bedfordshire Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 857 

Berkshire Regiment, Royal, 3 Battalion 866 

J31ack Watch, 3 Battalion 864 

Buffs, 3 Battalion 853 

Border Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 863 

Cameron Highlanders, 3 Battalion 871 

Cameronians, 3 and 4 Battalions S60 

Cheshire Re<riment, 4 Battalion C59 

Connaught Rangers, 3, 4 and 5 Battalions 872 

Derbyshire Regiment, 3 and4 Battalions 865 

Devonshire Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 856 

Dorsetshire Regiment, 3 Battalion 864 

Dublin Fusiliers, 3, 4 and 5 Battalions 874 

Duke ot Cornwall's Light Infantry, 3 Battalion 862 

Durham Light Intantry, 3 Battalion 869 

Durham Light Infantry, 4 Battalion S70 

East Kent Regiment, 3 Battalion 353 

East Lancashire Regiment, 3 Battabon 862 

East Surrey Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 862 

East Yorkshire Regiment, 3 Battalion 857 

Essex Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 865 

Gloucestershire Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 861 

Gordon Highlanders, 3 Battalion 870 

Hampshire Regiment, 3 Battalion 863 

Highland Light Intantry, 3 and 4 Battalions 870 

Inniskilling Fusiliers, 3 Battalion 860 

Inniskilling Fusiliers, 4 and 5 Battalions 861 

Irish Regiment, Royal, 3. 4 and 5 Battalions 858 

Irish Fusiliers, Royal, 3 Battalion 871 

Irish Fusiliers, Royal, 4 and 5 Battalions 872 

Irish Rifles, Royal. 3, 4, 5 and 6 Battalions 871 

King's Own Scottish Borderers, 3 Battalion 860 

King's Royal Rifles, 5, 7, S and 9 Battalions 86S 

Lancashire Fusiliers, 3 and 4 Battalions 859 

Lancaster Regiment, Royal, 3 and 4 Battalions 853 

Leicestershire Regiment, 3 Battalion 857 

Leinster Regiment, 3, 4 and 5 Battalions 873 

Lincolnshire Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 855 

Liverpool Regiment, King's, 3 and 4 Battalions 855 

Lothian Regiment, 3 Battalion 853 

Manchester Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions ., G69 

Middlesex Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 867 



PAGE 

Munster Fusiliers, 3 and 4 Battalions 873 

Munster Fusiliers, 5 Battalion , 874 

Norfolk Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 855 

Northamptonshire Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 866 

North Lancashire Regiment, Loyal, 3 & 4 Battalions 866 
North Staffordshire Regiment, 3* and 4 Battalions ... 869 

Northumberland Fusiliers, 3 Battalion 853 

Oxfordshire Light Infantry, 3 Battalion S64 

Oxfordshire Light Infantry, 4 Battalion 865 

Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment, 3 Battalion ... 853 

Rifle Brigade, 5, 6 and 7 Battalions 874 

Rifle Brigade, 9 Battalion 875 

Ross-shire Buffs, 3 Battalion 870 

Royal Canadians, 3, 4 and 5 Battalions 873 

Royal Fusiliers, 3, 4 and 5 Battalions 854 

Royal Scots, 3 Battalion 853 

Royal Highlanders, 3 Battalion 864 

Scots Fusiliers, Royal, 3 Battalion 859 

Scottish Borderers, King's Own, 3 Battalion 860 

Scottit-h Rifles, 3 and 4 Battalions 860 

Seaforth Highlanders, 3 Battalion 870 

Sherwood Foresters, 3 and 4 Battalions 865 

Shropshire Light Infantry, 3 and 4 Battalions 867 

Somersetshire Light Infantry, 3 and 4 Battalions ... 856 

South Lancashire Regiment, 3 Battalion 864 

South Staffordshire Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions ... 863 

South Wales Borderers, 3 and 4 Battalions 860 

Suffolk Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 856 

Sussex Regiment, Royal, 3 Battalion 863 

Sutherland (Argyll and) Highlanders, 3 Battalion... 872 
Sutherland (Argyll and) Highlanders, 4 Battalion... S73 
Warwickshire Regiment, Royal, 3 and 4 Battalions... 854 

Welsh Fusiliers, Royal, 3 and 4 Battalions 859 

Welsh Regiment, 3 Battalion 864 

West Kent Regiment, Royal, 3 Battalion 866 

West Riding Regiment, 3 Battalion 862 

West Surrey Regiment. Royal, 3 Battalion 853 

West Yorkshire Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 857 

Wiltshire Regiment, 3 Battabon 868 

Worcestershire Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 861 

York and Lancaster Regiment, 3 Battalion 869 

Yorkshire Light Infantry, 3 Battalion 867 

Yorkshire Regiment, 3 and 4 Battalions 85S 



HER MAJESTY QUEEN VICTORIA 

5n tljc JytrtivjFirst gear at $cr #UjcStg'3 ftrtgn. 

Prinnte Secretary to the Queen Lt.Colonel Sir Arthur J. Bigge. KCB. CMG. h.p. Royal Artillery. 

Assistant Private Secretary L,ieut. F. E. G. Pousonby, MVO. Grenadier Guards. 

Aides tie Camp to the Queen. 
Chief Personal ~) Field Marshal Sis Boyal Highness the Duke of Cambridge, KG. XT. KP. GCB. GCSI. GCMG. 
Aidede Camp $ GCIE. GCVO. Son. Colonel in Chief to the Forces. 

, Field Marshal His Boyal Highness the Prince of Wales, KG.KT.KP. GMB.GCSI. GCMG. GCIE. 
p , GCVO. 

Aides deCamp 1 Genera! His Boyal Highness the Duke of Connaught, EG. KT. KP . GCSI. GCMG. GCIE. GCVO. 

\ General Sis Royal Highness Prince Frederic Christian Charles Aug. of Schleswig-Holstein, KG. J 
Colonel William Bell, CB. Royal Guernsey Militia. 

St. Hon. Frederick Arthur, Karl of Derby, GCB. 

late Lt. and Captain Grenadier Guards; 3rd Batt. 
Lancaster Regiment (Supernumerary). 
Francis, Karl of Wemyss, 7 Middlesex Rifle Volun- 
teers (Supernumerary). 

Hugh Lupu3, Duke of Westminster, KG. Cheshire 

Yeomanry Cavalry, and 13 Middlesex Rifle 
Volunteers (Supernumerary) . 

Henry Hallam Parr, CB. CMS. (from h.p. Somerset 

Light Infantrj 7 ). 

■ "SIS. p.s.c. Mark Sever Bell, CB. (from R. Engineers). 

William Jones Thomas, 3 Bn. S.Wales Borderers. 

Bt.Hon. R. E. St. L. Earl of Cork and Orrery, KP. 

North Somerset Teomanrv. 

John Palmer Brabazon, CB. h.p. 4 Hussars. 

John Ramsay Slade, CB. (from h.p. Royal Artill err). 

¥<& Arthur George Hammond, CB. DSO. Indian 

Staff Corps. 

Reginald Gamett.CB.h. p. Seaforth Highlanders. 

John Henry Barnard, CB. CMG. h.p. Regtl. Dist. 

■ ■ J. H. Rivett-Carnac, CIE. 4 Administrative Bat- 
talion North West Provinces Volunteers. 

James Charles Cavendish, 2 Volunteer Battalion 

Derby Regiment. 

Bight Hon. C. Lord SufBeld, KCB. late Norfolk 

Artillery (E. Div. R. Art.). 
Bight Hon. Henry G., Earl Percy, late 3 Bn. North- 
umberland Fusiliers. 

p.s.c. Edward Thomas Henry Hutton, CB. (from h.p. 

King's Royal Rifles). 

Alfred Gaselee, CB. Indian Staff Corps. 

William Campbell, Royal Marine Artillery. 

Sir Reginald H. A. Ogilvy, Bart., Forfar and Kin- 
cardine Artillery (S. Div. R. Artillery). 



Colonel Georsre, Earl of Haddington, Lothians and Ber- 
wick Yeomanry. 

Bt. Hon. Henry Lord Belper, late Nottingham Yeo- 
manry. 

Arch. C" Lord Blythswood, late 4 Bn Argyll and 

Sutherland Highlanders. 

Bryan G. D. Cooke, 2 Vol. Bn. Welsh Fusiliers. 

Gordon L. C. Money, DSO. Cameron Highlanders. 

Francis Howard. CB. Rifle Brigade. 

Adolphus Brett Ctosbie. Royal Marines. 

James Graves Kelly, CB. Indian Staff Corps. 

■ John Davis, 3 Bn. West Surrey Begiment. 

Charles Henry. Earl of March, 3 Bn. Sussex Regt. 

■ James Stevenson, 9 Lanarkshire Volunteer Rifles. 

Francis J. Kempster, D^O. Munster Fusiliers. 

Charles Comyn Egerton, CB. DSO. Indian S. C. 

( extra). 

Ealvjh A. P. Clements. DSO. South Wales Borderers.. 

Wm. G. Wood-Martin, Sligo Art. (S. Div. R. Art.). 

Charles B. Bashfor I, 3 Battalion Middlesex Regt. 

Douglas, Duke of Montrose, KT. 3 Battalion Argyll. 

and Sutherland Highlanders. 

E. H. JEuWo/Clarendou, Herts Yeomanry Cavalry. 

H. TJ. Earl of Harewoad, Yorkshire Hussars Yeo-- 

mnnry Cavalry. 

G. E. M. Visct. Galway. Notts Yeomanry Cavalry. 

C. S. Marquis of Londonderry, KG. 2 Durham 

Volunteer Artillery. 

A. W. B. Earl Brownlow, Home Counties Volun- 
teer Brigade. 

Charles Philip Le Oornu, CB. Jersey Militia 

Artillery. 

William Aitken, CB. Royal Artillery. 

Sir Casimir S. Gzowski, KCMG. Staff Officer to 

Engineer Force in Canada (Honorary) . 



.Equerries to the Queen. 



Major General Sir H. P. Ewart, KCB. KCVO. (Crown 

Equerry). 
Colonel Hon. Sir Henry Wm. John Byng, KCVO. CB., 

late Coldstream Guards. 
iTiS Major General Sir John Carstairs M'Neill, KCB. 

KCMG. 
Lt.Colonel Sir Arthur John Bigge, KCB. CMG. h.p. 

Royal Artillery. 
Lt.Colonel Son. W. H. P. Carington, CB. 
Major Hon. H. C. Legge, MVO. Coldstream Guards. i 
Lieut. F. E. G. Ponsonby, MVO. Grenadier Guards. 



Lt.Colonel A. Davidson, MVO. (from h.p. King's Royal 

Rifles). 
General Et. /Ion. Alex. N. Visct. Bridport, GCB. (extra). 
Colonel Stanier Waller, h.p. Roval Engineers (extra). 
Lt.Colonel Sir F.I.Edwards, XCirf.ret.pay R.Eng.(«xt>a)._ 
p.s.c. Captain Count Gleichen, Grenadier Guards [extra).. 
Major General Sir Charles Taylor Du Plat, KCB. r.f.p. 

Royal Artillery (extra). 
General Sir Henry Lynedoch Gardiner, KCVO. CB. 

R. Art. (extra). 
General Aug. C. L. Duke 0/ Grafton, KG. CB. (honorary).. 



Honorary Physicians to the Queen. 

Surgeon General Samuel Currie, CB. MD. half pay. I Surgeon General Sir Joseph Fayrer, KCSI. MD. late 

Surgeon General Sir Charles Alexander Gordon," .ffC-B. Bengal Estab. 

MD. half pay. ; Deputy Surgeon General ThomasEdmondstoneCharles* 

SurgeonGeneral Alexander Smith, CB. M D. retired pay. ' MD. late Bengal Estab. 
Surgeon Major General William Arthur Thomson, MB. Surgeon Major General John Pinkerton, MD. late 



Bombav Estab. 
Surgeon "Major General W. R. Rice, CSI. MD. late 
Bengal Estab. 



retired pay. 
Deputy Inspector General Richard Domenichef.i, MD. 

retired pay. 
Surgeon Major General James Sinclair, MD. retired 

pay. I 

Honorary Surgeons to the Queen. 

Surgeon General Sir John Harrie Ker Innes, KCB. Deputy Surgeon General Samuel Bowen Partridge, CIS. 

half pay. late Bensral E^tab. 

1TC Surgeon General Sir James Mouat, KCB. half pay. Surgeon General James Macnabb Cuningham, CSI. 
Surgeon Mnjor General J. b.Cole Reade, CB. ret. ray. ; MD. late Bengal Estab. 
Surgeon Major General C. D. Madden, CB. retired "pay. i Deputy Surgeon General H. V. Carter, MD. 
Surgeon Major General John George Fanght, ret. pay. | Surgeon General Wm. Campbell Maclean, CB. MD. 
SurgeonMajor Alexander Grant, late Indian Army. " j Surgeon Major General James Jameson, CB. MD. 
Surgeon General Sir William Guy crHunter,£ClZ&. MD Director Oereral Army Medical Department. 

late Bombay Estab. 

Honorary Chaplains to the Quoen. 

Eev. J. C Edghill, DD. Chaplain General. | Bev R. H. Bullock, DCL. Chaplain 1st Class, ret, pay. 



2 

it,,- -\r , r, ( ''"h- Mmf Son the Marauis of LAN3D0WNE, KG. GCSI. 

Hee Majesty's Secbbtaby of Siate fob Wae \~ GCMGGCIE 

Private Secretary C. G. E. Welby, CB. 

Attestant Private Secretaries fH. P. Harvey. 

' " (H. Morrison. 

HER MAJESTY'S PaELIAMESTABY UsTJEB SeCEEIABT 



lkk AlAJESIY S rMELIAMESTABY L 5TJEE SECEEIABT OF } „ _..._„ ,., ,,„ 

State fob Was f Son. W. St. J. F. Brodrick, MP. 

„.,„,. ( B. B. Cabitt. 

Private Secretaries Major LordE.B. Talbot, HP. n Hussars. 

„ ' A. Higgins. 

j.eb Majesty's PeemasestUxdeeSecbetaby of Statb ) „. „ „ ^ „,, 

foe 'War { Sir R. H. Kjios, ACT?. 

Private Secretary H. H. Fawcett. 

Assistant Under Secretary of State Sir G. Lawson, KCB. 

Finance Department. 

Financial Secretary J. Powell Williams, MP. 

Private Secretary H. W. TV. M' Anally. 

Assistant Private Secretary B. Williams. 

Assistant Financial Secretary and Accountant General H. T. De la Bere, CB. 

Deputy Accountant General T. Cave-Browne-Cave. 

f F. T. Marzials. 

Assistant Accountants General < W. Seed. 

CA. Higgins. 
Director of Contracts A. Mo :. 

Assistant Director of Contracts W. J. Stacey. 

Director of Clothing G. P. _A. Fleetwood Wilson, CB. 

Assistant Director of Clothing H. D. De la Bere. 

Director General of Ordnance Factories Sir W. Anderson, KCB. 3I.Inst.CF. DCL. FSS. 



STAFF OF THE ARMY. 

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. 

COMMAXDER IN CHIEF. 

Field Marshal the St. Hon. G. J. VISCOUNT WOLSELEY. KP. GCB. GCMG. Colonel of the Royal Horse Guards, 

i Nov. :;. 

Private Secretary p.s.c. Colonel H07; . G. H. Gough, CB. (from h.p. 14 Hus.), 26 Jan. 97 

/ Colonel C. G. Earl r/Erroll (from h.p. Royal Horse Guards),i Nov. 95. 
I Major Son. W. Coke, Rifle Brigade, 1 Nov, 93. 
i-j.-i.c „ J Captain A. A. Weldon, 4 Battalion Leinster Regiment, 1 Nov. 9;. 

*'*" ae {j " mp 1 Captain Son. T. F. Fremantle, 1 Bucks Volunteer Rifles, 1 Nov. 95. 

\p.s.c. Bt-Lt.Colonel J. Adye, Royal Artillery, 24 June 95 (extra). 

Military Secretary pj.c. Major General C. Grove, 6 May 96. 

(•Colonel Son.y. G.Lyttelton, CB. (from h.p. Rifle Brigade), '4 Oct. 97. 

Assistant Military Secretaries ■ Major General M. Protheroe, CB. CSI. Indian Staff Corps, 1 Feb. 97 

(. (for Indian affairs). 

Director of Military Intelligence (Kith rani of (p.s.c. Colonel Sir J. C. Ardagh, KCIE. CB. (from R. Engineers), 
Major General) "(. 1 Apr. 96. 

Assist. Adj. General, Military Intelligence... p.s.c. Colonei W. Everett, CMG. (from h.p. W. Riding Regt.),7 June 93. 

I p.s.c. Major W. E. Fairholme, R. Artillery, 13 July 94 (29 May 93). 

I p.s.c. Major H. D. Laffan, Royal Engineers, 26 Apr. 06 (1 Feb. 94). 

t> >_ d ■ t tui (fl „ 7 ,t>_... , p.s.c. Captain W. A. Macbean. Eoval Artilerv, 1 Jan. 07. 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals (Ditto) ... -, £ ajor s ^ c x Grant Hoyal Enffi ;, eers> , Sept . g ._ 

I p.s.c. Major E. A. Alt nam , Boyal Scots, 16 Oct. 37. 
'p.s.c. Major 1 . E. Cooper, Royal Artillery, 15 Xov. 97. 
( Captain Son. H. D. Kapier, Indian Staff Corps, 1 Jan. 93. 
p.s.c. Captain A. E. W. Count Gleichen, Grenadier Guards, 3 Mav g :. 

Staff Captains {Ditto) -I p.s.e. Captain So;, . H. A.Lawrence, 17 Lancers, 1 Sept. 97. 

Lieut. C. W. Gwynn, DSO. Royal Engineers, 1 Sept. 07. 
< p.s.c. Captain H. H. Wigram, Scots Guards, 15 Xov/97. 
Assistant Adjutant General (in charge of Mobi-~) p^.c. Colonel Son. F. W. Stopford (from h.p. Grenadier Guards), 
fixation Services) j £ Oct. 97. 

Staff Captains fP-'- e - Captain G. F. Ellison, West Surrey Regiment, 1 Sept. 94. 

"" (.p.s.c. Captain J. E. Clanson, Royal Engineers, 1 Apr. 97. 

Adjutant General to the Forces p. s. c. T£ General Sir Henry Evelyn Wood, GCB. GCMG. 1 Oct. 97. 

Deputy Adjutant General p.s.c. Major General C. F. Ciery, CB. 13 Mar. 96. 

Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Colonel R. E. Allen (from h.p. East Yorkshire Regt.), 1 May 57. 

I p.s.c. Major F. R. C. Carleton. Durham Light Infantry, 22 Aug. 94. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals - p.s.c. Major F. Hammersley, Lancashire Fusiliers, 19 Jan. 96. 

(p.s.c. Captain F. S. Robb, Durham Light Infantry, 13 Feb. 97. 

Inspector General of Auxiliary Forces and! M - or Geiieral T . Ke Uy.Kennv, CB. 2 Julv 97. 

Becruitmg i r - * 

Assistant Adjutant General for Beeruiting ... Colonel H. C. Borrett (from h.p. Regimental District), 30 Aug. 93 ' 

Dyputy Assistant Adjutant Gtneril ditto Lt. Colonel C.Crutchley(fromh.p. Scots Gtis ), 23 Mar. 93 (23 Mar. ? s ). 



Staff of the Army. 3 

Royal Abtilleby. 
° e Qenefal) Uiant ^"^ ^^ ™ k ofMajor } Colonel W. F. M. Hutchinson, i Aug. 97. 

Assistant Adjutant General Colonel A. E. Turner, CB. 2 Apr. 94. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Major F. G. Stone, 1 Sept. 94. 

Royal Engineebs. 

Dep GLir%?. a . nt . Ge "Z?.} w .™™t°{. ^.Z] Colonel w - Salmond . cs - s A P r - 9 6 - 

Assistant Adjutant General , Colonel D. A. Scott, CS. DSO. 8 June 94. 

Quarter Master General to the Forces (p.s.c. General S,> Richard Harrison, KCB. CMG. Royal Engineers 

(.20 Oct. 97. 

Assistant Quarter Master Generals f £° lone } ?" *■ i klm "& CB -? S °; A ™ y ???&! C °^ PS ' tEf t °- 9 ^' 

^ (. Colonel A. G. Raper (from h.p. Regimental District), 25 Sept. 95. 

(p.s.c. Major H. M. Lawson, Royal Engineers, 29 Sept. 93. 
Deputy Assistant Quarter Master Generals ... < Lt.Colonel J. A. Boyd, Army Service Corps, 1 Jan. 93. 

(.Major F. B. Buist, Army Service Corps, 1 May 9b. 

Inspector General of Semounts Major General E. A. Gore, 1 Jan. 94. 

Staff Paymaster J. E. Kitson, 21 Aug. 93. 

Inspector General of Fortifications p.s.c. Lieut.General Sir R. Grant, KCB. R. Engineers, 18 Apr. 91. 

Aidede Camp Captain C. G. Burnaby, Royal Engineers. 

("Colonel A. Hill (from Royal Engineers), 8 Apr. 96. 
Deputy Inspector Generals of Fortifications ...< p.s.c. Colonel C. M. Watson, CMG. Royal Engineers, 30 Apr. 96. 

(.Colonel G. Hildebrand (from h.p. R. Engineers), 8 Nov. 97. 

/Lt.Colonel R. M. Hyslop, Royal Engineers, 4 July 94. 

Lt.Colonel G. Barker, Royal Engineers, 1 Sept. 94. 
Assistant Inspector Generals of Fortifications... -j p.s.c. Colonel H. H. Settle, DSO. Royal Engineers, 1 Apr. 95. 

Lt.Colonel N. M. Lake, Royal Engineers, 15 June 96. 
(.Major H. W. Smith-Rewse, Royal Engineers, 8 Nov. 97. 

Artillery Adviser to the Inspector General oft „, . , „ „ , _ . . , ... , T 

Fortifications ^j Major A. C. Hansard, Royal Artillery, 6 June 95. 

Inspector of Submarine Defences Major C. Penrose, Royal Engineers, 1 Jan. 97. 

Assistant Inspector of do Major P. R. Burn-Murdoch, Boyal Engineers, 1 Jan. 97. 

Inspector of Iron Structures Captain J. H. L'E. Johnstone. Royal Engineers, 1 Nov. 95. 

Inspector General of Ordnance Lt.General Sir E. Markham, KCB. Royal Artillery, 28 Apr. 95. 

Deputy Inspector General of Ordnance p.s.c. Colonel R. A. Montgomery (from h.p. R. Artillery), 10 Jan. 97. 

, Colonel H. H. Parr, CB. CMG. (from h.p. Somerset Light Infantry) , 

Assistant Inspector Generals of Ordnance J 25 Jan- 95. 

(.Colonel J. Steevens, Army Ordnance Department, 1 Dec. 93. 

("Major H. C. Sclater, Royal Artillery, 25 Nov. 95. 
Dep. Assist. Inspector Generals of Ordnance < Major R. P. Leach, Royal Artillery, 26 Apr. 96. 

(.Lt.Colonel C. W. H. Tate, Army Ordnance Department, 11 Sept,. 93. 

Director General of Military Education Major General SirC.W. Wilson, -5TC.B. KCMG. R.Engineers, 22 Jan. 93. 

Assistant Directorof Military EducationtranJc-^ ~ , . ,, -p.. - . e ra . _ i?„ nAV -o rt „.' \ „ t.-.i-^ ~w~ t.-.Itt q-"\ 

iny as Assistant Adjutant General) ji>.».c.Col. A. M.Delavoye (from h.p. Essex Reg*.), 2 July 91(2 July 85). 

Director of Army Schools p.s.c. Colonel D. F. Jones (from h.p. Royal Art.), 18 June 92. 

^ati J«t»| ? .°{.5 a !^!?.^f \ B . ri ^H} Ma J° r General Sir G - Luok > ZCB - * Apr - 95 " 

Aide de Camp Captain Hon. R. H. Marsham, 7 Hussars, 4 Apr. 95. 

Assistant Adjutant General Colonel H. S. Gough (from 8 Hussars), 8 July 93. 

Chaplain General Rev. J. C.Edghill, DD. 8 Feb. 85, Chaplain Tower of London. 

Director General of Army Medical Department Surgeon Major General J Jameson, CB. MD. 7 May 96. 
Professional Assistant Surgeon Major General W. Taylor, MD. 7 May 96. 



DirectorGeneral Army Veterinary Department Veterinary Colonel F. Duck, CB. 28 June 97. 



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3 War Services of the Field Marshals. 

1 The Duke of Cambridge commanded the ist Division of the Eastern Array throughout the campaign of 1854, 
including the battles of the Alma, Ba'aklava, and Inkerman (borso shot), and siege of Sebastopol (mentioned 
in despatches, received the thanks of the House of Commons, Medal with four Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

3 Sir Liutorn Simmons was employed for three years in toe disputed territory on the N.E. frontier of the United 
States in constructing woi ks forits defence and in making military explorations. Happening to be in Turkey in 
1853 he was specially employe.d by Lord Stratford deRedcliffe on several important services ; joined Omar Pasha in 
March 1854 ; escorted the new Governor into Silistria after the former one had been killed, and was present during 
part of the siege of that fortress; laid out and threw up the lines of Slobodzie and Georgevo on the Danube, having 
entire charge of the operation with 20,000 men of all arms under his command, a Russian Army of 70, 000 men being 
within seven miles: was present during the occupation of Wallachia and had frequent charge of reconnaissances 
upon the enemy's rear. Went to the Crimea in Dec. 1854 to concert with the allied Commanders in Chief as to the 
movements of ihe Turkish Army: was present at the battle of Eupatoria, laid out and threw up the entrenched 
camp round that place ; afterwards was before Sebastopol from April 1855 until after its fall, and then went to 
Mingrelia and was present at the iorced passage of the Ingur, where he commanded the Division which crossed the 
river an 1 turned th« enemy's position, capturing his works and guns: Omar Pasha in his despatch attributed the 
success of the day chiefly to Lt. Colonel Simmon*. He served as Her Majesty's Commissioner to the Ottoman Army 
throughout the war and was emplov od in all the negotiations having reference to the movements of Omar Pasha's 
Army. Has received the Crimean Medal with Clasp, the Turkish Gold Medal for the Danubiancampaign, the Order 
of Medjidie 3rd Class, and a Sword of Honor from the Turkish Government ; also the 4th Class of the Legion of 
Honor. Was Her Majesty's Commissioner for laying out the Turco-Russian boundary in Asia, and granted the 
2nd Class ot the Medjidie by the Sultan, but was refused permission to accept it. 

4 Sir Frederick Paul Haines' services: — On the formation of the Army of the Sutlej in 1845 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 bat ties ofMoodkee 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 the Punjaub campaign of 1843-49, and was present at the affair of out- 
posts at Ramnuggnr, 2? Nov. 1848, and subsequent operations resulting in the passage of the Chenab, and the 
battles of Chilliau wallah and Goojerat (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps). Served with the 21st Fusiliers 
the Eastern camnaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma. Balaclava, andlnnerinan, and siege of Sebastopol 
( Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal wiihfour 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). 

5 Sir Donald Stewart served against the hill tribes on the Peshawur frontier in 1854-55 (mentioned in 
despatches), and against the Akha Kheyl and Bussee Kbeyi Tribes in 1S55 (mentioned in despatches. Medal with 
Clasp). Commanded the Volunteers serving in the Allyghur district in May and June 1857, and *H communi- 
cation with the Upper Provinces having been cut off he volunteered to carry despatches from the Government of 
the North- West Provinces to the Officer commanding at Delhi; on arriving in camp was appointed Deputy As- 
sistant Adjutant General of the Field Force and served throughout the siege of Delhi (mentioned in despatches, 
and Brevet of Major) ; afterwards served as Assistant Adjutant General of the Army at the siege and capture of 
Lucknow, and throughout the operations in Rohilcund (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal 
with two Clasps). Commanded the Bengal Brigade with the expedition to Abyssinia in 1867-68 (mentioned in 
despatches, Medal, and CB.). Commanded the forces in Southern Afghanistan from December 1878 till April 1880, 
including the occupation of Candahar. Commanded the Candahar Field Force in the actions at Ahmed Kheyl 
and Urzoo near Gnuznee. Was in Chief Command of the forces in Southern aud Eastern Afghanistan from May 
1880 until the evacuation of Cabul in August 1880. Received the thanks of the Government of India and of both 
Houses of Parliament ( KCB., GCB., Bttrnnet, and Medal with Clasp). 

6 Lord Wolseley served with the 80th Regiment in the Burmese war of 1852-53 (Medal for Pegu), was with the 
expedition under Sir John Cheape against the robber chief My attoon, 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 eugaged in the assault and defenceof the Quarrieson 7th June, and on dutyin the Trenches at the 
attack of the l&th 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 tbe Legion of Honor. 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaigns of 1357-59, and was present at the relief of Luck- 
now, defence of the Alumbagh by Outram, with the several engagements there, siege and capture of Lucknow, 
subsequently as D.A.Q.M. General to Giant'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 1S60 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 Maj"r 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. 
Michnel and St. George and Companion of the Bath for his services upon thatoccasion. Was Governor and Com- 
mander 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 held, GCMG. KCB. and Medal with 
Clasp). At a meeting of the Common Council of the Corporation of London it was unanimously resolved as fol- 
lows :— " That the honorary freedom of this City, with a sword of the value of 100 guineas, be presented to Major- 
GeueralSir 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 expedi- 
tion to the Gold Coast, by which he obtained results conducive to peace, commerce, and civilisation on the conti- 
nent of Africa. And this Court desires also to record its admiration ofthe patient endurance of hardship exhibited, 
and the valuable co-operation and assistance rendered to Sir Garnet Wolseley, by the gallant officers and men ot 
both services and of all arms engaged in tbe 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 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 atlsmailia, 
traversed the desert, and seized the capital of Egypt together with its citadel and the rebel chief, having in 
that period fought aDd defeated the enemy five times — finally at Tel-el-Kebir where the enemy's strongly en- 
trenched position was taken at the point of the bayonet alter an arduous night march, all his guns captured, and 
his army overwlte ; ;nd (received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, raised to thePeerage. promoted General 
for distinguished s.^r. ice in the field, Medal with Clasp, ist Class of the Osmonieb, and Khedive's Star). Com- 
manded tne forces in the Soudan campaign in 1884-85 (received the thanks of both Houses of Parhament, was 
raised to a Viscount in the peerage, and received two Clasps). 

7 Lord 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 20th September (wounded T4th July, horse shot 14th 
September), actiot.s of Bolandshur [horse shot), Allyghur, Agra. Kunoj (horse sabred), and Bundhera where he 
narrowly 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 ofthe Gwal or Contingent, action of Khodagunge, reoccupationof Futtebghur, 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 Kvl under the following circumstances : — 
"Lieutenant Roberts' gallantry has on every occasion been most marked. On following up the retreating enemy 
on the 2nd January i858,atKhodagunge,hesaw 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 



War Services of the Field Marshals. 9 

snapped, ard 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 cat 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 Urubeylah and destruction of Mulkah (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Abyssinian campaign from 
January 1868, as Assistant Quarter Master General of the Bengal Brigade, andas SeniorOfficerof 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.Colouel, 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 ot 
the Kholel villages, and atiack on the Northlang range. Commanded the Troops engaged at the burning of the 
village of Taikoom. 26th January 187? (CB.). Commanded the Koorum Field Force from the commencement of 
the Afghan war in i8-8,and was present at the stormingand capture of the PeiwarKotal and the pursuit of the Afghan 
army to the Shntargardan, at the affair in 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 onand 
occupation of Cabul in the autumn of 1879, and was present in t'.ie eagigement at Chara^iah, and throughout the 
operations at Sherpore during the winter of 1879-80 (CIE.). Commanded the Cabul-Candahar Field Force which 
inarched 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 distinguish^! services in 
India. Has been twenty-three times mentioned in despatches before the Afghan wsr, during which campaign he 
was eight times thanked by the Viceroy and Commander in Chief in India. Commanded the forces in Burmahiu 
1886 alter the capture of Mandalay ! received the thanks of the Government of India. Clasp). 

8 Prince Edward of Saxe- Weimar served in the Eastern campaign of 1854 with the Grenadier Guards, includ- 
ing the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman.and siege of r'ebastopol (bounded in the leg in the Trenches 
1 5 Ocr.. and mentioned in despatches, Aide de Camp to the Queen and Colonel, CB., Medal "with four Clasps, 
Officer of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class ot the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 



War Services of the General Officers. 

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

45 General J. H. Dunne served with the 21st Fusiliers the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles 
of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkernmn. siege of Sebastopol, and attack on the Redan on the 18th June (Medal with 
four Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served with the 99th Regiment in the campaign of 
e86o in the north of China, including the action of Sinho, taking of Tangku, assault and capture of the inner North 
Taku Fort, actions of the Chang-kin- wan and Paliatchow, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

48 Sir Reginald Gipps served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma (bayonet wound of 
hand), Balaklava, and Inkerman (severely wounded, shot through neck), siege of Sebastopol and sortie on the 
26th Oct. (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and 
Turkish Medal) 

52 Sir Henry Evelyn Wood entered the Navy in April 1852, and served in the Naval Brigade as Aide de Camp to 
Captain Peel from istOct. 1854 to 18 June 1855," when he was severely wounded carrying up scaling-ladders to the 
Redan: mentioned in Lord Raglan's despatches (Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th 
Ciass 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 
— mentioned in despatches (Medal). Employed in 1859-60, while commanding 1st Regiment Beatson's Horse, 
an hunting: down rebels in the Seronge 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 single- 
handed, 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, 
Ghemmum 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. Organized the natives 
forming "Wood's Regiment." Commanded the attacking force at the action of Essaman (received the ex- 
pression of Iter Majesty's approbation). Commanded the troops at the head of the road following the enemy 
from Mnivsr. 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 1S7S in command of a column (several times mentioned in despatches). Served throughout 
the Zulu war of 1879 i n - 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 tho 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 General, 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, including 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 Khedive's Star). Served during the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 in command of the 
Line of Communications (mentioned in desnatchos, 1st Class of the Medjidie, Clasp). 



10 War Services of the General Officers. 

50 Sir Arthur Lyon Fremantle commanded at the defence of Suakin from July 1884 till February 1885, and in the 
boudan campaign in 1885 he commanded the Brigade of Guards, including the engagement at Has'heen and the de- 
struction of Temai (mentioned in despatches, CB., 2nd Class of the Mediidie, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Starl. 
General John Davis served with the 35th Regiment in the Shahabad district during the Indian 
Mutiny campaign in 1858-59 (Medal). Served in the Soudan Expedition under Sir Gerald Graham in 1884 m 
command of the 2nd Infantry Brigade, and was present in the engagements at El Teb and Temai (several times 
mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 
(Clasp 1. 

^ Lieut. General Clive served in the Eastern campaign in 1855-56 after the fall of Sebastopol. 

Lieut. General H. F. Davies served m the Royal Navy in the Burmese war (Medal). Also m the Baltic 
in the Russian war (Medal). Served in the Zulu' war of 1879 as Commandant at Conference Hill and afterwards 
as Commandant of Fort Newdigate (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 

Slr Henry R. L. Newdigate landed in the Crimea with the 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade, and was present 
at the battle of Alma (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also during the Indian campaign of io57-5 R > 
including the action of Cawnpore, and capture of Lucknow; and with Ross' Camel Corps at the capture of 
Gaipee and operations in Central India (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps). Served in the Afghan war in 
187S-79 with the Peshawur Valley Field Force in command of the 4th Battalion of the Rifle Brigade, commanded 

fa ■ L0 . 1,ver K °orum Briearte from April to Aug. 1880 (CB., and Medal). 

Lieut. General Godfrey Clerk served with the Rifle Brigade in the Indian mutiny, and was present at the 
Alurnbagh and relief of Lucknow (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served in the campaign on the North- 

ui9 t Fr0I,tie! ' of India in 1864, and was present in the engagement at Shubkudder (Medal with Clasp). 

joz Lieut.General J. H. Hall served at the siege of Sebastopol from 20th Nov. 1854 to 16th Jan. :Sss (Medal with 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

104 Lieut.General G. D. Barker served with the 78th Highlanders in the Persian war in 1857, including the night 
attack and battle of Kooshab, bombardment of Mohumrah, and expedition toAhwaz (Medal with Clasp)/ Served in 
Bengal with Havelcck's Column from its first taking the field in 18^7, including the actions of Futtehpore, Aoung, 
Pandoo Nuddee, Cawnpore, Onao, Buscerutgunge (first and second). Boorbeakecbowkee, and the several actions 
leading to and ending in the relief of the Residency of Lucknow a.nd 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 asD.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). 

"' Lieut.General G. H. MoncrieflT served in the Crimea from 2nd May 1855, including the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

us g ir Frederick Forestier Walker served as Assistant Military Secretary to Lieut. General Sir Arthur 
Cunynghame during the Kafir warof 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 com- 
mand of Fort Pearson and the Lower Tugela District (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served 
with the Bechnanaland Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 18S4-85 as Assistant Adjutant and Quarter 
Master General (CJ/ff.) . 

121 Sir Charles Mansfield Clarke served in the 57th Regiment with the Column under Colonel Warre on the 
Taptee river in co-operation 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 1863-66, 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 Province 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 cf 1879 ; commanded the 57th Regiment in the engagement 
at Gingindhlovu (mentioned in despatches) and relief of Ekowe; afterwards commanded the 2nd Brigade 1st Divi- 
sion.^and subsequently was appointed to the command of "Clarke's Column"— a force of all arms— formed by 
Sir Garnet Wolseley for the following 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 "per- 
formed 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 apoointed Commandant General of the Colonial Forces in 
South Africa. 

126 Sir C. J. East served with the 82nd Regiment in the Crimea from the 2nd September 1855, and was 
present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Also in the Indian campaign 
in 1857, and was severely wounded at Cawnpore on the 26th November (Medal). When belonging to the 41st 
Regt. served as Assistant Quarter Master General with the Chittagong column of the Lushai Expeditionary Force 
in 1871-72 (mentioned in despatches, received the thanks of the Governor-General in Council, Medal with Clasp, and 
Brevet of Major). Served in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1870 as Deputy Adjutant and Quarter Master Gene- 
ral, and was present in the engagement at TJlundi (mentioned in despatches', Brevet of Colonel, Medal with Clasp) . 
Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-89 in command of the 1st Brigade after the capture of Mandalay (men- 
tioned in despatches, CB., and two Clasps). 

128 Lord William Seymour served as a Midshipman with the Baltic Fleet in 1854 (Medal). Served with the 2nd 
Battalion Coldstream Guards in the Egyptian war 1882, and was oresent 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). 

132 Major General J. P. C. Glyn served with the Rifle Brigade in the Crimea from the 17th June 1855, including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Embarked for the Gold Coast with the 
2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade, and served throughout the second phase of the Ashanti war in 1874, including the 
battle of Amoaful, battle of Ordahsu, and capture of Coomassie (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

13* si r Francis Grenfell served as Aide de Camp to Sir Arthur Cunynghame in the operations of 1877-8 in 
the Transkei ; also as Staff Officer to Colonel Glyn, commanding a field force in the Transkie, and was present in the 
engagement with the Galekas and Gaikas at Quintana Mountain on the 7th Feb. 1S78 (mentioned in despatches, 
Brevet of Major). Served in the Kafir war of 1878 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General at 
Head Quarters. Served in the Zulu war of 1879 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General at Head Quarters, and 
was present in the engagement at Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). Served 
under Sir Evelyn Wood in the Boer war of 1881 as Assistant Quarter Master General. Served in the Egyptian war of 
1882 as Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General on the Head Quarters Staff, and was present at the engage- 
ments of Tel-el-Mahuta and Kassassin (9th Sept.), and in the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Aide de 
Camp to the Queen, Medal with Clasp, 3rd Class of Medjidie, andKhedive's Star). Served with the Nile Expedition in 
1884-85 on the Lines of Communication (mentioned in despatches, CB.. and Clasp). Served with the Egyptian 
Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 .and was present in the engagement at Giniss in command of a Division (mentioned 
in despatches, KC3., and promoted to 1st Class of the Medjidie and 3rd Class of the Osmanieh). Commanded the 
troops during the operations near Suakin in December 1888 including the engagement at Gemaizah (mentioned in 
despatches, Clasp). Also commanded the Nile Field Force in 1880 at the engagement at Toski (mentioned in 
despatches, promoted Major General for distinguished service in the field, and Clasp). 

112 Lord R. D. Kerr served in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present at the engagement at Futtehabad in 
Command of the 10th Hussars (mentioned in despatches, CB., and Medal). 

150 Lord Methuen served in the second phase of the Ashanti war from the 17th Dec. 1874, and was present at 
the battle of Amoaful (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Assistant Adjutant and Quarter 
Master General and Commandant at Head Quarters, and was present at the engagements of Tel-el-Mahuta and 
Kassasin (gth Sept.), and in the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp, 3rd 
Class of the Osmanieh," and Khedive's Star). Served with the Bechuanaland Expedition under Sir Charles 
Warren in 1S84-S5 in command of Methuen's Horse (mentioned in despatches, CMG.). 

151 Major General John Fryer commanded the Carabiniers thcoughout the Afghan war of 1879-80. On the 13th 
January 1880, in command of a force of Royal Horse Artillery and Cavalry, he repulsed with heavy loss a large 



War Services of the General Officers. IX 

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 Carabiniers 
and 4th Bengal Cavalry at the attack and destruction of the Ghilzai villages of Nargozi, Arab Kheyl, and Jokan 
(CB., Medal). 

161 Major General A. H. Utterson served wtth the 17th Regiment in the Crimea from the nth July 1855 including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assault of the Redan on the Sth September; was also at the bombardment and 
surrender of Kinbourn (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served with the 17th Regiment in the Afghan war 
ill 1878-79, and was present at the capture of Ali Musjid and in the expeditions into the Bazar Valley, including 
the engagement at Deh Sarak (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 

166 Major General E. Hopton served with the 88th Regiment in the Crimea from 17th June 1855, including the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol, and attacks of the Redan on the 18th June and 8th September— severely wounded 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) . Served also in suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1857-58, including 
the siege of Lucknow in March 1858, and siege of Calpee (Medal with Clasp for Central India). Served with the 
88th Regiment throughout the Kafir war of 1877-78 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel), and through- 
out the Zulu war of 1870, during the first portion of the latter as Director of Transport (Medal with Clasp). 

168 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 
1875-79 as Assistant Adjutant General with the Candahar Field Force (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal). Served in the 
Egyptian war of 18S2 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 Camr> to the Queen, Medal with Clasp, 3rd Class of the 
Medjidie, and Khedive's Star) ; also servedwith the Nile Expedition in 1S84-85 as Assistant Adjutant General at Head 
Quarters, and afterwards commanded at Abu Gus (mentioned in despatches. CB., and Clasp). Served with the Burmese 
Expedition in 18S7 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). 

171 Major General Gore commanded the Inniskilling Dragoons in the Boer war in 1881. 

17 ~ Sir William Butler served in the 69th Regiment with the Field Force which repelled an incursion of 
Fenians into Canada in May 1870. Served throughout the Ashanti war from the 23rd October 1873, and was employed 
as Special Commissioner to the Western Akims (mentioned in despatches, substantive rank ot Major, CB., Medal 
with Clasp). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Assistant Adjntant and Quarter Master General on the Head 
Quarters Staff, and was present at the engagements of El 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 Khedive'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 Egyptian Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 in command of a Brigade and was present in the engage- 
ment at Giniss (mentioned in despatches, KCB.). 

174 Major General Wilsone Black served with the 42nd Highlanders in the Crimeafrom 14th June 1855, including the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Kafir war in 1878, including the 
engagement at Taba-ka-Udoda. Served also in the Zulu war of 1879, and commanded the party which recovered 
the lost colours of the 24th Foot (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

175 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 1878-80, 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, 
Medal). Servedwith the Thull-Chotiali Field Force under Brigadier General Biddulph. and accompanied Major 
General Phayre, in command of his regiment, in the march to the relief of Candahar in August 18S0 (mentioned in 
despatches, Medal). Served in the Boer war of 1881 in command of the 15th Hussars. 

176 Major General T. R. Stevenson served in the Egyptian war of 1882 in command of the 1st Battalion Royal Irish 
Fusiliers, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp, and 
Khedive's Star). 

177 Lieut.General J. Duncan served in the Indian Mutiny campaign of 1657-58, includingthe action of Soorajpore, 
defence of the Alumbagh under Colonel M'Intyre, storming of the Secunderabagh and Shah Nujiff and relief of 
Lucknow by Lord Clyde, occupation of the Alumbagh under Outram, capture of Lucknow, campaign of 185S 
in Oude, with passage of the Goomtee, action at Shahpore, and other minor affairs (Medal with two Clasps, and 
a year's service for Lucknow). Served with the Bechuanaland Expedition in 1884-85 as Assistant Adjutant and 
Quarter Master General at the Base and Lines of Communication. 

178 Major General C. J. Moorsom served with the 30th Regiment in the Crimeafrom the 1st to the 28th September 
1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol and assault of the Redan on the 8th September— severely wounded 
in the left arm (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

179 Lord Congleton served with the 3rd Buffs in the Crimea subsequent to the fall of Sebastopol. Commanded 
the 2nd Battalion 3rd Buffs throughout the Zulu war of 1879, and was present at the engagement of Inyezane 
and during the occupation of Ekowe (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

180 The jiuke of Teck served in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the engagement at Tel-el-Mahuta 
and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (appointed Colonel in the Army, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

181 Major General R. T. Tlrynne served in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at Ulundi 
(Medal with Clasp). Servedwith the 2nd Battalion Grenadier Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, 4th 
Class of the Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Soudan campaign in 18S5, after the engagement at 
Hasheen, in command of the 3rd Battalion of the Grenadier Guards (mentioned in despatches, CB., and Clasp). 

183 Major General C. Tucker served wrth the 80th Regiment with the left attack during the Bhootan Expedition 
of 1865 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Perak operations in 1876, part of the time as Brigade Major; com- 
manded 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 j 
also commanded the regiment in Wood's Column during the march through Zululand and in the engagement at 
Ulundi (CB., Medal with Clasp). 

185 gj r William Galbraith served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, first as Assistant Adjutant General in the 
Koorum Division, being present at the capture of the Peiwar Kotal (mentioned in despatches), in the operations in. 
theHariab and Khost Valleys, in the engagement at Charasiab on the 6th October 1879 (mentioned in despatches), 
and in the subsequent occupation of Cabul ; afterwards served with the 85th Regiment in the Koorum Division 
including the Zaimusht Expedition (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). Served with the Hazara, 
Expedition in 1888 in command of a Brigade (CB., and Medal with Clasp). 

186 Major 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). 

187 Major General H. M. Bengough commanded a Battalion of the Natal Native Contingent during the Zulu 
war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal 
with Clasp). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1885-86 as Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General 
(mentioned in despatches, CB., and Medal with Clasp). 

186 Major General H. H. D. Stracey served in the expedition to the Soudan in 7885 with the 2nd Battalion of the 
ScotsjGuards, and was present in the engagements at Hasheen and Temai (mentioned in despatches, Medal witb 
Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

_ I89 Sir Frederick Carrington organised and commanded Mounted Infantry in the expedition to the Diamond Fields 
m 1875, and Carrington's Horse (mounted infantry) at the annexation of the Transvaal in 1877. Served in the 
Kafir war in the Transkeiin 1877, and raised and commanded the "Frontier Light Horse," and was present in the 
engagement at Quintana (mentioned in despatches) and subsequent operations in the Transkei and Perie Bush. 
Served in the operations against Sekukuni in 1878-79 as Commandant of the Transvaal Volunteer Force, and 
commanded the advance guard and left attack at the capture of the stronghold (mentioned in despatches, Brevets 
ofMajorandLt.Colonel,C.3i'G. ) andMedal with Clasp). Commanded the Cape Mounted Rifles at the siege of Mafeteng 



12 War Services of tJie General Officers. 

by the Basutos, and commanded the Colonial Forces in Basutoland during the ODerations against the Basutos trom 
November it So to Maich 1881 — severely wounded (mentioned in Colonial despatches). Served with the Bechuans- 
laud Expedition under Sir Charles "Warren in 188.1-85 i' 1 command of the 2nd Mounted Rifles (mentioned in de- 
spatches). Served in the operations in Zululand in i»88 as Commandant of Native Levies. Commanded the forces 
during the operations in South Africa in i3o5 in the suppression of the rebellion in Matabeleland andMashcnaland 
(KCB.\ 

190 Major General E. A. Wood commanded the 10th Hussars in the Afghan war of 1878-79, and was present at the 
attack and capture of Ali Musjid (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). Served in the 
Soudan Expedition under Sir Gerald Graham in 1884 in command of the 10th Hussars, and was present in the en- 
gagements at El Tel:) and Temai (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

J,J1 Major General E. Leach served in the 50th Regiment 111 the Crimea, subsequent to the fall of Sebastopol, from the 
19th September 1S55 until the evacuation on 12th July 1856. Served also in the New Zealand war of 1863-66 as 
Orderly Officer to Colonel Waddy when commanding a Field Force intheWaikato in 1864; present at Waiari ; 
appointed Aide dc Cam;) to Brigadier General Waddy 7th Jan. 1865 ; and present at the attack and repulse of the, 
enemy at Nukuinaru (mentioned in despatches) ; appointed Deputy Assistant Adjutant General 2fth Jan. 1865, and 
present at the repulse 0! the enemy at Kakaramca (mentioned), and served throughout the campaign Wanganui 
district under Sir D. Cameron. Accompanied Major General Chute as D. A. Adjutant General during his campaign 
on the West Coast in 1P65-66, and present at the assault and capture of Okatuku, l'utahi,Ot ''ava.Ketemari, and 
"Waikoko Pah (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, and Medal). Served with the 1st Batt 'lion West Kent 
Regiment throughout the Egyptian war of u-$2, and was present at the action at Kassasit: on the 9th of September 
(Medal, 4th Class of the Osinanieh. and Khedive's Stun. Served in the Nile Expedition in 1834-S5 in command of 
the 1st Battalion of the West Kent Regiment (tnenti mod in despatches. CB., and Clasp). 

192 Major Genera] G. Hatchell served in the Afghan war in 187S-79. and took part in the second expedition into 
the Bazar Valley under Lieut. General Maude (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal). 

133 Major General C. W. Robinson served with the 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade in the Indian Mutiny (Medal). 
Served throughout the second phase of the Ashanti war, from 12th December 1873. as Brigade Major to the 
European Brigade, including the battle of Amoaful. battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie (mentioned 
in despatches, Brevet, of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the 
engagement at Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp; . 

190 Major General C. F. Clery served in the Zulu war of 1870, and was present in the engagements at 
Isandhlwana and Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). Served in the 
Egyptian war of 1882 as Brigade Major at Alexandria (Medal, and Khedive's star) Served in the Soudan Expe- 
dition under Sir Gerald Grahiira in i3S4as Assistant Adjutant General, and was pre.-cnt in the engagements at 
El Teb and Temai (twice mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Colonel, CB., and two Clasps); also served with 
the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as Deputy Adjutant and Quarter Master General (Clasp). 

196 Major Geneial A. L. Walker served with the 99th Regiment throughout the campaign of i860 in China, includ- 
ing the actions of Chankinwan and Paliatchow and surrender of Pekin (Medal with Clasp). Served throughout the 
Zulu war of 187Q. Was present in the action of Gingindhlovu; afterwards served as Assistant Adjutant General 
of the 1st Division (Medal with Clasp). 

193 Major General W. E. Montgomery served in the Zulu war in 1879 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter 
Master General 2nd Division from the 6th May to the 27th July, aud was present in the engagement at Ulundi 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

199 Major General J. C. Russell served throughout the 2nd phase of the Ashanti war in 1874 as Aide de Camp to Sir 
Archibald Alison, and was present at the battle of Amoaful, the attack and capture of Becquah. the battle of 
Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Gasp). Served in 
the Kafir war of 1878-79 in the operations against Sekukuui under Colonel Rowlands. Served in the Zulu war of 
1S79 and was present in the engagements of Zlobane Mountain and Kambula (several t.mes mentioned in des- 
patches Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

-"'' Major General W. L. Dalrymple served in the Ashanti war in 1074, as Special Commissioner to the Wassaws 
and Denkeras, 011 the left flank of the Main line of Advance, and subsequently on the Transport Service (mentioned 
in despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served in the latter part of the Kafir war of 1878. Also served 
in the Zulu war of 1S79, first as Staff Officer to Colonel Glyn's Column, and afterwards as Brigade Major to the 1st 
Brigade, 2nd Division ; was present in the engagement at Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 
Medal with Clasp). 

202 Major Gereral W. J. Gascoigne served with the 1st Battalion Scots Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, 
and was present at the engagement at Tel-el- Mahuta and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and 
Khedive's Star). Served in the expedition to the Soudan in ;SSs with the 2nd Battalion of the Scots Guards, and 
was present in the engagements at Uaskeer. and Temai (Clasp). 

203 Major General H. A. Bushman served in the campaign on the North West Frontier of India in 1863 (Medal 
with Clasp). Served in the Zulu war in 1879, including the operations against Sekukuni and the capture of the 
stronghold where he commanded the eastern attack (mentioned in despatches, Brevot of Lt.Colonel, Medal 
with Clasp). Served with the 9th Lancers in the Afghau war in 1879-80, and accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts 
in the march to Candshar, and was present at the battle of Candahar (mentioned in despatches, Medal with 
Clasp, and Bronze Decoration). 

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

205 Major General K. G. Henderson served with the 60th Rifles in the suppression of the mutiny in the Shahabad 
district of Bengal in 18=8 (Medal). Also throughout the campaign of 1860 in China (Medal with two Clasps lor Taku 
Forts and Pekin). Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General ; 
was Commandant at Shellal and at Assouan (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

207 Major General B. A. Combe served with the 3rd Sind Horse in the Abyssinian campaign, and was present as 
Orderly Officer to Colonel Eraser at the action 0! Arogee, and capture of Magdala ( Medal) . Served throughout 
the Afghan war of 1878-80, first as Brigade Major of Cavalry 1st Division Peshawnr Valley Field Force, including 
the attack and capture of Ali Musjid and the engagement at Futtehabad; afterwards as Deputj- Assistant 
Quarter Master General, and was present In the engagement at Charasiab on the 6th October 1879, in the opera- 
tions around Cabul in December 1879 including the investment of Sherpore, and in the engagement at Sbr.TXbad ; ac- 
companied 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 Tronze Decoration). 

203 Major General G. U. Prior served in the Afghan war in 187S-79 as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General 
Candahar Field Force, took part in the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzic and in the operations in the Arghasan Valley 
and on the Thull Chotiali line, and was present in the engagement at Baghao in command of half of the column 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal). 

299 Major General M. W. E. Gosset served with the 54th Regiment during the Indian Mutiny, — in Eastern Bengal in 
1 857 a gainst the Chittagong mutineers, and in Lord Clyde's campaign in Oude in 1858- 59 (Medal). Served as Aide de 
Catnp to Lord Chelmsford m the Kafir war of 1878, and was present in all the actions with the Gaikas in the Buffalo 
Mountains and Perie Bu^h (mentioned in despatches, and Brevetof Major). Served in the Zulu war of 1879 hs Aide 
de Camp to Lord Chelmsford in the first advance into Zululand in January, and was present in the actions fought by 
the Centre Column up to the 22nd January. Was afterwards Assistant Quarter MasterGeneral to the 2nd Division 
in the second advance into Zululand, and was present in the engagement at Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, 
Brevetof Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). Went to South Africa on special service in January i3Si, and served 
under Sir Evelyn Wood in the Boer war as Assistant Adjutant and Quarter MasterGeneral. Commanded tho 
Mandalay District, Burmah, during the operations against tho Kachins 011 the North East Frontier in 1891-92 
( Medal with Clasp). 



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210 Major General James Browne served with the 94th Regiment in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the 
engagement at Ulundi and in the subsequent operations against Sekukuni, including the storming of the stronghold 
(Medal with Clasp). Served in the Boer war in 1881, part of the time as Commandant at Newcastle. 

211 Major General W. O. Barnard commanded the 2nd Battalion Manchester Regiment throughout the Egyptian 
war of 1882 (Medal, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). 

312 Major General H. M'Calmont served in the Red River Expedition in 1870 (brought home the despatches) . Ac- 
companied Sir Garnet Wolseley to the GoM Coast in September 1873, as Aide de Camp (Ashanti Medal). Was 
appointed a military attach^ 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). Accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley to South Africa as Aide de Camp in 1879, and was present in tho- 
subsequent operations, including those against Sekukuui (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal 
with Clasp). Served on the Staff of Brigadier Ueneral Macgregor in the expedition against the Marris in iS8o< 
(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 1884-85 as second in command and afterwards iu command of the- 
Light Camel Regiment, including the operations of the Desert Column (mentioned In despatches, Brevet of 
Colonel, CB., and Clasp). 

213 Major General C. Grove served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master 
General on the Head Quarters Staff, and was present at the engagements of Tel-el-Mahuta and Kassasin (9th Sept.),. 
and in the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lieut.-Colonel, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of 
the Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 and in the campaign in the Soudan in. 
1885 as Assistant Adjutant General for Boat Service ; Commandant at Gemal, and Assistant Adjutant General and 
Acting Military Secretary at Head Quarters (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, two Clasps). 

2,4 Major General L. "V. Swaine served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Military Secretary to Sir Garnet Wolseley,. 
and was present at the engagements 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 Khedive's Star). Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as Military Secretary to Lord Wolseley (men- 
tioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Clasp). 

215 Major General J . B. Sterling served with the 2nd Battalion Coldstream Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and' 
was present in theengagementatTel-el-Mahutaandat the battle of Tel-el-Kebir — slightly wounded (Medal with 
Clasp, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star). 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 oa 
the 24th March, and at the destruction of Temai (mentioned in despatches, Clasp). 

216 Major General A. Hunter served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Egyption Army (mentioned in- 
despatches, 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 despatches, DSO.); and in the operations on the Soudan frontier in 1889'in command ot 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 
despatches, promoted to be Major General for distinguished service in the field, Khedive's Medal with two- 
Clasps). 

2 " Major General F. S. Russell served in the Ashanti war from the 17th December 1873 ; was attached to Wood's 
Regiment, and commanded the post of Accrofoomu on the line of communication (Brevet of Major, Medal with 
Clasp). Served in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1879 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General 2nd Division, and 
wai present in the engagement at Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). Also served in the Boer war of 188 1. 

219 Major General Kelly-Kenny served the campaign of i860 in North China as Orderly Officer to Brigadier Jephsoru 
including the action of Sinho (mentioned in despatches), taking of Tangku and Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp)- 
Served the campaign of 1867-68 in Abyssinia in command of a Division of the Transport Train (mentioned in 
despatches for " zeal, energy, and ability," Medal). 

220 Major General W.Byam served with the 65th Regiment in the New Zealand war in 1863-65 (Medal). Served in 
the expedition to the Soudan under Sir Gerald Graham in 1884 with the 1st Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment, 
and was present in the engagements at El Teb and Temai (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp, and; 
Khedive's Star). 

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). 

" 3 Major General F. T. Hobson served in the campaign of i860 in China (Medal with Clasp for the Taku Forts).. 



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3 2 War Services of tht Colonels not belonging to Uegiments or Corps. 

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

I Colonel C. E. Foster served in the Zulu war in 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 

5 Colonel H.Langtry served with the 3rd Dragoon Guards in the Abyssinian campaign in 1868, and was present 
at the storming and capture of Magdala (Medal). Served with the i=;th Hussars in the Candahar Column in the 
Afghan war of 1878-80, including the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzai; commanded a detached squadron of his Regiment 
at the affair in the Ghlo Pass, 4 th January 1879 ; also served with the Thull-Chotiali Field Force under Brigadier 
General Biddulph, and accompanied Major General Phayre in his march to Candahar (Medal). Served in the Boer 
war of 1881 with the 15th Hussars. 

6 Colonel H. R. Abadie served in the Abyssinian campaign with the Transport Train, and was present at the 
action at Arogee (mentioned in despatches), and capture of Magdala (Medal). Served with the 9th Lancers in the 
Afghan war in 1879-80, including the engagement at Takht-i-Pul (mentioned in despatches), the advance on and 
•occupation of Candahar, and the affair at Saif-u-deen; accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to 
Candahar, and was present at the battle of Candahar (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, and Bronze Decoration). 

" Colonel R. F. Butler served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 in Southern Afghanistan (Medal). 

8 Brigadier General Hallowes served; with Brigadier General Gough's Brigade in the Afghan war of 1879-80, 
and was present during the march to and subsequent occupation of Cabul, and in the operations at Jugdulluck 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

9 Colonel H. C. Borrett served throughout the Abyssinian campaign, and was present at the action of Arogee and 
capture of Magdala (Medal). 

10 Colonel W. H. Thompson served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879 in the squadron 
under Major Blarter, including the cavalry affair at Erzungayan (Medal with Clasp). 

II Colonel F. C. Keyser served in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and was present as Orderly Officer to Brigadier 
General Brooke in the engagement at Kokeran (mentioned in despatches), as Superintendent of Army Signalling 
in the defence of Candahar (mentioned in despatches), and at the battle of Candahar (Medal with Clasp). Served 
as Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General of Army Signallers in the Egyptian -war of 1882, and was 
ipresent in the engagement at Tel-el-Mahuta, in the action at Kassasin (9th September), and at the battle of Tel- 
•el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, OB., Medal with Clasp, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). 

12 Sir Henry Colvile Served with the Soudan Expedition under Sir Gerald Graham in 1884 in the Intelligence 
Department, and was present in the engagement at El Teb (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and 
Khedive's Star). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Intelligence Department, and was present 
•at the action of Abu Klea (mentioned in despatches, CS., and two Clasps); also served with the Egyptian 
Erontier Field Force in 1885-86 as Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General Intelligence Department, and 
was present in the engagement at Giniss (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel). Commanded the Dnyozo 
Expedition, Central Africa, in 1894 (CMG. and Medal). Nominated to the 2nd Class of the order of the Brilliant 
Star of Zanzibar for services to the Sultan of Zanzibar. 

ls Colonel W. V. Brownlow served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, and was Orderly 
Officer to Colonel Drury Lowe, commanding the cavalry in the engagement at TJlundi (mentioned in despatches) . 
Afterwards commanded a squadron of his Regiment in Baker Russell's Flying Column (Brevet of Major, Medal 
•with Clasp). Served in the Boer war of 1881 in command of the Mounted Squadron of the Natal Field Force, and 
was present in the action at Lang's Nek (twice wounded and horse shot) and in the engagement at lngogo River 
(twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

14 Colonel G. Paton served in the operations in the Malay Peninsula in 1875-76 (Medal with Clasp). Served in 
the Kafir war in 1877-78, including the operations against the Galekas ; also served in ihe Zulu war in 1S70 

(CMG., and Medal with Clasp). 

15 Colonel A. G. H. Church served with the 2nd Battalion Manchester Regiment throughout the Egyptian war 
of 1882 (Medal, and Khedive's Star). 

16 Colonel T. A. Cooke served with the 17th Lancers throughout the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the 
•engagements at Zuinguin Mountain and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

17 MajorGeneralG.de C.Morton served as Adjutant of theistBattalion 6th Regiment in the Hazara campaign of 
a868, including the subseouent 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 imentioned 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). 

18 Major General W.F. Gatacre served with the Hazara Expedition in 1888 as Deputy Adjutant and Quarter Master 
General (DSO., and Medal with ClasD), and in the Burmese campaign of 1889-90 with the Tonhon Expedition 
{Clasp) . Served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 in command of a Brigade, including 
the engagement at Mamugai and the passage of the Janbatai and Lowarai Passes (mentioned in despatches, 
CIS., and Medal with Clasp). 

19 Colonel R. Upcher served in the Kaffir war in 1877-78 in command of the Left Column, and was present ia 
the engagements at Quintana in command of the troops (mentioned in despatches), and atKei River; also served 
in the Zulu war in 1879, and commanded the 1st Battalion of the 24th Foot after the engagement at Isanhlwana 
(Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1885-89 (mentioned in despatches, 
DSO., and Medal with two Clasps). 

20 Major General the Hon. R. Talbot served in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1879 on the Staff of Colonel Baker 
Russell's Column (Medal with Clasp). Served with the 1st Life Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was 
present in the engagements at El Magfar and Marsama, in the two actions at Kassasin, at the battle of Tel-el- 
Kebir, and at the capture of Cairo (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, and 
Khedive's Star). Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 in command of the Heavy Camel Regiment, and 
was present in the engagements at Abu Klea, El Gubt.t, and Metammeh ; also commanded the Column convoying 
sick and wounded when attacked near Shabacat Wells on the 14th February 1885 (mentioned in despatches, 

CB., and two Clasps). 

22 Colonel R. H. O'G. Haly 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-el-Mahuta, in the two actions 
at Kassasin, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 
Served with the Hazara Expedition in 1888 in command of the 2nd Column under Brigadier General Chancer 
.(mentioned in despatches, DSO., and Medal with Clasp). 

8i Colonel G. Barton served n the Ashanti war of 1873-74 in the Transport service, and afterwards in Russell's 
Regiment, including the battle of Amoaful, attack and capture of Becquah, advanced guard engagement of Jar- 
«3inbah, skirmishes and ambuscade affairs between Adwabin and the river Ordah (slightly wounded), battle of 
Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie (mentioned in despatches, promoted Captain, Medal with Clasp). Served 
throughout the Zulu war of 1879; first, as Staff Officer to No. 2 Column (Durnford's), and, subsequently, in com- 
mand of the 4th Battalion of Natal Native Contingent, to the end of the war, taking part in the engagement of 
Gingindhlovu and the operations of Clarke's Column (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with 
Clasp). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Deputv Assistant Adjutant General in command of the Military- 
Police, and was present in the action at Kassasin (o'fch Sept.), and in the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in des- 
patches, Brevet of Lieut.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, 4 th Class of the Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star) ; also served 
in the Soudan campaign in 1885 as Assistant Military Secretary to Sir Gerald Graham (Clasp). 

26 Major GeneralA.FitzRoyHart;accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseleyto the Gold Coast in September 1873 on special 
service. Trained the Sierra Leone Company of Russell's Regiment and commanded it throughout the Ashanti war 
ol 1873-74, taking part in the repulse of the Ashanti army at Abrakrampa during the 5th and 6th November 
1873, the attack and capture of Adubiassie, battle of Amoaful, attack and capture of Becquah, advanced guard 
engagement of Jarbinbah (slightly wounded), battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie. Attached to the 
Quarter Master General's Department, surveyed Cape Coast, accompanied the scouting party north of the 
Prah and made the surveys 'of the road and scenes of action from the Prah to Coomassie (twice mentioned 
in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Went on special service to South Africa in November 1878, and served 



War Services of the Colonels t 32a 

throughout the Zulu war of 1879 ; first, as Staff Officer of the 2nd Regiment of Natal Native Contingent {Vwo 
battalions), taking part with Pearson's Column in the engagement of Inyezane; then, as Staff Officer on 
the Ekowe relieving column, being present at the action of Gingindhlovu ; afterwards as Brigade Major of the 
2nd Brigade 1st Division; and, finally, as Principal Staff Officer of Clarke's Column (several times mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Went to South Africa on special service in January 18S1, and 
served under Sir Evelyn Wood in the Boer war as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General. Went 
to Egypt on special service in July 1882 and served throughout the Egyptian war as Deputy Assistant Adjutant 
and Quarter Master General in the Intelligence Department, being present at the reconnaissance in force from 
Alexandria 5th August, the engagements of El Magfar, Tel-el-Mahuta, and Kassasin 9th Sept. (slightly wounded), 
and in the battle of Tel-el-ICebir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the 
Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star). 

28 Colonel R. B. Lane served in the Zulu war of 1S79 as Aide de Camp to Major General Newdigate, and was 
present at 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 theDuke of Connaught, Commanding the rst 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). 

33 Colonel G. Cox served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General at the Base, 
Isniailia (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal, and Khedive's Star) . 

34 Colonel J.E.Boyes served throughout the Egyptian war of 1882 with the 1st Battalion Gordon Highlanders, and 
was present in the engagement at Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, 
4th Class of the Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star) ; also served in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 with the 1st Bat- 
talion Gordon Highlanders, and was present in the engagements at El Teb and Temai (two Clasps). Served in the 
Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 1st Battalion of the Gordon Highlanders and with the River Column under 
Major General Earle (Clasp). 

35 Colonel E. H. Sartorius served with the 59th Regiment in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and was present in 
the engagement at Shahjui (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Victoria Cross, and Medal) : was awarded 
the UC "'for conspicuous bravery during the action at Shah-jui, on the 24th October 1879, in leading a party of 
five or six men of the 59th Regiment against a body of the enemy, of unknown strength, occupying an almost 
inaccessible position on the top of a precipitous hill. The nature of the ground made any sort of regularforma- 
tion impossible, and Captain Sartorius had to bear the first brunt of the attack from the whole body of the 
enemy, who fell upon him and his men as they gained the top of the precipitous pathway ; but the gallant and 
determined bearing of this officer, emulated as it was by his men, led to the most perfect success, and the 
surviving occupants of the hill top, seven in number, were all killed. In this encounter Captain Sartorius was 
wounded by sword cuts in both hands, and one of his men was killed." Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General on the Base and Lines of Communication (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star). [See also Civil 
Decorations for Gallantry, " Hart's Annual Army List," p. 786.J 

37 Colonel C. Needham served with the 1st Life Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the en- 
gagements at El Magfar and Mahsama, in the action at Kassasin (28th August), at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir, and 
at the capture of Cairo (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

39 Colonel R. Leigh served with the 2nd Battalion Highland Light Infantry in the Egyptian war of 1882, 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). 

40 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). 

11 Brigadier General Lugard served in the 4th Regiment throughout the Abyssinian campaign of 1867-68, 
and was employed with the Transport Train (Medal). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Deputy Assistant 
Adjutant and Quarter Master General in the 2nd Division, and was present in the battle of Tel-el-Kebir — horse 
shot (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, and Khedive's 
Star). 

*2 Colonel the Hon. N. G. Lvttelton 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.Iohn 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). 

13 Colonel H. J. T. Hildyard served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter 
Master General 1st Division, and was present in the engagements at El Magfar and Tel-el-Mahuta, at the action 
at Kassasin on the qth 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). 

46 Calonel'H. H. Parr served during the Kafir war of 1877 as Colonial Military Secretary to the Cape Government 
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, C3IG.). 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). 

19 Colonel H. T. Jones- Vaughan served in Bengal with the 10th Regiment in suppression of the mutiny in 
1857-58 ; including the actions of Chanda, Ummeerapore and Sultanpore, siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal 
with Clasp). Served in the Afghan war of 1878-80 as Brigade Major, Peshawur Field Force, and was present at 
the capture of Ali Musjid ; took part in the expedition into the Bazar Valley as Orderly Officer to Brigadier General 
Tytler, and in the expedition into the Lughman Valley as Brigade Major (mentioned in despatches) ; was afterwards 
Brigade Major with the Koorum Field Force, and served with the Zaimusht Expeditionary Force, including the 
affair at Zawa (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

53 Lord Algernon Gordon-Lennox served with the 2nd Battalion Grenadier Guards in the Egyptian war of 
1882, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

60 Colonel W. P. Symons served in the operations against the Galekas in 1877-78, and in the Zulu war in 1879 
(Medal with Clasp). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1885-89 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter 
Master General, and organized and commanded the Mounted Infantry ; also as Brigadier General in command 
of the Chin Field Force (several times mentioned in despatches, Brevets of Lt.Colonel and Colonel, Medal with 
Clasp) ; also with the Chin-Lushai Expedition in 1889-93 in command of the Burma Column (received the thanks 
of the Government of India, CB.). Commanded a Brigade of the Waziristan Field Force in 1S04-95 (received 
the thanks o f the Government of India, mentioned in despatches, Clasp). 

6 » Colonel W. F. Cavaye served in the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 

64 Colonel Hon. H. W. L. Corry 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). 

66 Colonel A. Peel served in the 101st Fusiliers throughout the Indian N.W. Frontier campaign of 1863 and 
was present at the storming of the Conical Hill, also at the attack and capture of the Crag Piquet and Umbeyla 
(Medal with Clasp). 

07 Colonel H. Fludyer served with the 1st Battalion Scots Guards 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). 



33 - War Servir.es of the Colonels. 

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 (Clasp). 

68 Colonel R W. W. Follett served with the 2nd Battalion Coldstream Guards 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 Khe- 
dive's Star). 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, aL that near Tofrek on the 24th March, and at the destruction of 
Temai (Clasp). 

70 Colonel C. Antrobus served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 (Medal with Clasp and Khedive's Star). 

75 Colonel R. W. Dalgety served in the expedition to the Soudan under Sir Gerald Graham in 1884 with the 
1st Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment, and was present in the engagements at El Teb (slightly wounded) 
and Temai— severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's 
Star). 

76 Colonel 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 Expedition in 1884 with the xolh Hussars, and 
was present in the engagements at El 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.). 

71 Colonel W. F. Kellv served in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal and Khedive's Star). Served in the Soudan 
Expedition ander Sir Gerald Graham in 1884 as Brigade Major 1st Brigade, and was present in the engagements 
at El- Teb (wounded) and Temai ;mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 4th Class of the Medjidie, two 
Clasps). Served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 as Brigade Major, and was present in the engagement at the 
Tofrek zereba (mentioned in despatches, two Clasps). 

76 Colonel J. L. Tweedie served in the Boer war of 1881 with the Natal Field Force. Served in the Nile Expe- 
dition in 1884-85 with the 1st Battalion of the West Kent Regiment (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star) ; also 
served with the Soudan Frontier Field Force in 1885-86, and was present in the engagement at Giniss in com- 
mand of the Battalion (DSO.). 

81 Colonel W. Tolson served in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Nile Ex- 
pedition 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). 

83 Colonel G. A. Lee served with the Soudan Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 in command of a Reserve Batta- 
lion aud was present in the engagement at Giniss (Medal, and Khedive's Star). 

86 Major General H. F. Grant while serving with the Egyptian army in 1884 suppressed a mutiny of theTurkish 
Battalion (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 3rd Class of the Medjidie). Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85, and in the 
subsequent operations in the Soudan in 1885 in command of a Battalion of Mounted Infantry (mentioned in des- 
patches, C£., Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star). 

88 Colonel T. G.' Crawley served in the Burmese Expedition in 1885-87 with the 2nd Battalion of the Liverpool 
Regiment (Medal with Clasp). 

90 Sir 0. 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 engagements at Lang's Nek and 
the Ingogo River (mentioned in despatches). Served with the 3rd Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps m the Egyp- 
tian war of 18S2, 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 
despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 
with the Eg.yptian 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 
Frontier Field Force in 1885-86. Commanded a Brigade during the operations near Suakin in December 1888 
including the engagement at Gemaizah (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Clasp). Commanded the 
force during the operations ill February 1891 including the capture ot Tokar. 

93 Colonel J. D. P. French served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 19th Hussars, and was present in 
the engagements at Abu Klea and Metammeh (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's 
Star). 

9 * Colonel J. W. Webber served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 1st Battalion of the South Staffordshire 
Regiment, and was present in the action at Kirbekan, where be commanded the storming party after the death oS 
Colonel Eyre— horse shot— (Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star). [See also Civil Decorations for Gallan- 
try, " Hart's Annual Army List," p. 786.] 

95 Colonel A. G. Raper served with the Zhob Valley Expedition in 1884. 

98 ColonelJ.B.B. Dickson served injthe latter part of the Zulu warof i879with the Xative Carrier Corps (Medal 
with Clasp). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Camel Corps, and was present at the action at Abu 
Klea — severely wounded (Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star). 

99 Colonel E. L. Street served with the nth Kegiment in the Afghan war in 1879-80 (Medal). 

100 Colonel H. Kingscote served in the Bhootan campaign of 1S64-68— wounded (Medal with Clasp). 

101 Colonel 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 Communication 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's 
Star). 

103 Colonel Hon. C. C. G. Byng served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 in command ot the 1st Life Guards de- 
tachment of the Heavy Camel Regiment, and was present in tho engagements at Abu Klea, El Gubat, and Metam- 
meh, and at the attack on the convoy on the 14th February 1885 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel* 
Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star). 

101 Colonel M. S. J. Sunderland 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, including the actirn. 
at Abu Klea and the engagement at Metammeh, where he commanded a half-battalion (twice mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel. Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Hazara campaign 
in 1888 in command of the 2nd Battalion Royal Sussex Regimeut (mentioned in despatches, DSO., and Medal 
with Clasp). 

- ,05 Colonel P. D. Trotter served with the Xilc Expedition in 1884-85 ; was commandantof Dal and of Kaibar and 
was employed on the Lines of Communication (Brevet of Lt.Colonel. Medal with Clasp, Khedive's Star, 3rd Class 
of the Medjidie " in recognition of his services with the Egyptian Army "). 

106 Colonel F. M. Wardrop served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Aide de Camp to Sir Garnet Wolseley, and waspre- 
seotattne engagementsofElMagfar,Tel-el-Mahuta,Kassasin (9th Sept.),andin the battle of Tel-el-Kebir(i^.entioned 
in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served with the 
Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General with the Desert Oolumn, and 
was present at the actio* of Abu Klea, in the reconnaissance to Metammeh, and in the engagement at Abu Klea 
Wells on the 16th and 17th February (several times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, two Clasps).. 

107 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). Servedjin the Soudan Expedition in 1884 with the 19th 
Hussars, and was present in the engagements at El Teb and Temai (4th 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). 

108 Colonel F. .T. Graves served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 in command of Mounted troops of the 2nd 
Brigade, and was present in the engagement at the Tofrek zereba (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 
Medal with two Clasos, and. Khedive's Star). 

109 Colonel M. S. Crofton proceeded on special service to South Africa in June 1879, and was employed as Staff 



War Services of the Colonels. 34 

Officer and Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General 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.Golonel, 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.). 

110 Brigadier General Ventris served in the Nile Expedition in 1 884-85 with the 2nd Battalion of the Essex Regiment 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star) ; also served wich the 
Egyptian Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General Intelligence 
Department. 

111 Colonel J. T. Coke served in command of 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, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Also served in the 
operations on the Soudan frontier in 1889, in command of the 2nd Battalion King's Own Scottish Borderers. 

~ 112 Colonel H. H. Hooke served in the Abyssinian campaign in 1S68 (M«dal). 

113 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). 

114 Colonel J. P. Brabazon, formerly Lieut, and Captain Grenadier Guards, seivedasa volunteer in the Ashanti 
war in i874and svas attached to the expedition under Captain Butler to Western Akim,and aftorwards to the Trans- 
port service (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, first with the 10th Hussars; afterwards as 
Officiating Brigade Major and Staff Officer of Cavalry Brigade Koorum Field Force, and was present at the 
capture of the Feiwar Kotal,inthe operations in the Khost Valley, in the engagement at Charasiah on the 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 as Brigade. Major of Cavalry, and was present also 

fin the reconnaissance of the 31st August and at the battle of Candahar (several times mentioned in despatches, 
Brevet of Major, Medal with four Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). Served in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 with 
the 10th Hussars, and was present in the engagements at El Teb and Temai (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with 
Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served throughout the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Light 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). 

115 Colonel Hilton served with the Hazara Expedition in 1888 in command of the Left Half Battalion -mil Ses- 
forth Highlanders (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Also served in the Hazara Expedition in 1891 
in command of the 2nd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders (mentioned in despatches, Clasp). 

116 Colonel R. E. Allen served with the Bechuanaland Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 1884-85 as 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General (Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

l " Colonel Knox served with the Bechuanaland Expedition in 18S4-85 under Sir Charles Warren, when he 
raised and commanded the 4th Pioneer Regiment (Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

118 Colonel the Hon. G. H. Gough served in the Boer war of 1881, first as Aide de Camp to Sir Thomas Baker.and 
afterwards as Aide de Camp to Sir Evelyn Wood. Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Aide de Camp to Sir 
Edward Hamley, Commanding the 2nd Division, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir — horse killed (men- 
tioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served 

with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 in command of Mounted Infantry, and was present at the action at Abu Klea 
— severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, two Clasps) . 

119 Colonel W. H. Bayly served with the 1st Battalion West Kent Regiment throughout the Egyptian warof 1882 
(Medal, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 1st Battalion of the West Kent 
Regiment (Clasp). 

121 Colonel F. W. Harington served in the New Zealand war of 1863-65, including the actions of Kohewa, Gate 
Pah and Tauranga (Medal). jServed in the Afghan war in 1880, and was present in the affair at Mazeena and 
with the Kama Expedition (Medal). 

124 Colonel R. Garnett served with the 72nd Highlanders throughout the Afghan war of 1878-80 with the Koorum 
Cabul, and Cabul-Candahar Field Forces ; was present at the attack and capture of the Peiwar Kotal and in the 
engagement at Charasiah and the operations around Cabul in December 1879; accompanied Sir Frederick 
Roberts in the march to Candahar, and was present at the battle of Candahar (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Major, Medal with four Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). Served with the 1st Battalion 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 in the Hazara Expedition in 1888 with the 
and Battalion Seaforth Highlanders (Medal with Clasp). 

125 Colonel F. Cochran served in the Burmese Expedition in 1887-89 in command of the 1st Battalion Hamp- 
shire Regiment, part of the time in command of Military and Police in the Ruby Mines District (Medal with Clasp). 

127 Colonel A. G Spencer served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 2nd Battalion of the Essex Regi- 
ment (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

128 Brigadier General J. H. Barnard served in the 19th Regimentin the Hazara campaign of 1868, including the 
expedition against the tribes on the Black Mountain (Melal with Clasp). Served as a volunteer under Captain 
Glover, R.N. , in the Ashanti war of 1873-74. Led the Advanced Guard at the capture of Abogoo. Commanded for 
five days a detached force of 650 men which captured Jaashi and Adoomassie. Commanded a detachment of 150 
men which drove the enemy out of their camps in the North bank of the Anoom (mentioned in despatches for 
"'great discretion and judgment," and 00 two occasions for "gallant conduct," CMQ., Medal with Ciasp. 
Promoted Captain "in recognition of his services in tne Ashanti Expedition of 1874"). Served in the Afghan war 
in 1879-S0 as Aide de Camp to Lieut. General Bright, first with the Peshawur Valley Field Force, and afterwards 
with the Khyber Line Force (Brevet of Major, Medal). Served in the Soudan Expedition in 1S85 under Sir 
Gerald Graha.m as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

123 Colonel Creek served in the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 with the ist Battalion Royal Welsh Fusiliers 
including the expedition to the relief of Thila (which he commanded) and the expedition to Woonthoo (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

132 Colonel F. Glennie served in the Kafir war in 1877-78, and was present in the engagement at Taba kaXldoda 
(dangerously wounded) ; also served in the Zulu war in 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 

134 Colonel H. L. Dundas served in the Afghan war in 1880 as Brigade Major 2nd Infantry Brigade Candahar 
Field Force from the 23rd August (Medal). [See also Civil Decorations for Gallantry, "Hart's Annual Army List," 
p. 786.] 

136 Colonel C. P. Temple served with the Egyptian Frontier Field Force in 1885-86, and was present in the 
engagement at Giniss in command of the ist Battalion Berkshire Regiment (mentioned in despatches, DSO., 
Medal, and Khedive's Star) . 

137 Lord Downe served in the Zulu war of 1879 as Aide de Camp to Major General Marshall, commanding the 
Cavalry Brigade (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

138 Colonel E. Carrington served with the Zhob Valley Expedition in 1884. Served with the Bikaneer Field 
Force in 18S4-85. 

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

148 Lord William Beresford served with the JowakiAfreedee Expedition in 1877-78 (Medal with Clasp). Served 
in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in tne engagement at Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, Victoria Cross, 
and Medal with Clasp) : was awarded the TS& " for gallant conduct in having at great personal risk, during the 
xe;irement of the reconnoitring party across the ' White Umvolosi River' on 3rd July 1879, turned to assist 
Sergeant Fitzmaurice, ist Battalion 24th Foot (whose horse had fallen with him), mounted him behind him^on 
his horse, and brought h'im away in safety under the close fire of the Zulus, who were in great force, and CDming 
-on quickly. Lord William Beresford's position was rendered most dangerous from the fact that Sergeant 
Fitzmaurice twice nearly pulled him from his horse." Served with the 9th Lancers in the Afghan war of 1.I78-80 
and was present at the capture ot Ali Musjid (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served with the 
Burmese Expedition in 1886 as Military Secretary to the Governor General of India (mentioned in despatches. 
Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and Clasp). 

ls0 Colonel P. D. Jeffreys served with the 88th Regiment throughout the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 
Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 &s Brigade Major 3rd Brigade, and commanded the C»lumn 



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35 War Services of the Colonels. 

•which captured his bivouac and killed the Kemendine Prince on the ist January 1887 (mentioned in despatches. 
Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). Served with the Zhob Field Force under Sir George White in 1890 an 
Assistant Adjutant General of the Force (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel). 

162 Colonel I. 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 7879 (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 ist 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 iu 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 unde? 
Sir Robert Low in 1895 as Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General of the Lines of Communications 
(mentioned in despatches, Cli., and Medal with Clasp). 

155 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). 

154 Lord Coke served with the ist Battalion Scots Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the en- 
gagement at Tel-el-Mahuta and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the 
expedition tothe Soudan in 1885 with the 2nd Battalion of the Scots Guards, and was present in the engagements at 
Hasheen and Tamai (Clasp). 

155 Colonel E. T. H. 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 ist 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 from Alexandria 
(5th August), 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 with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as Commandant pi 
Mounted Infantry, and subsequently as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General ; raised the ist and 2nd Battalions of 
Mounted Infantry (Clasp). 

156 Colonel E. A. Brind served with the 88th Regiment throughout the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 

157 Colonel R. C. Graeme served with the 51st Light Infantry iu the Umbeyla Expedition in 1863. Also served 
in the Jowaki campaign in 1877 (Medal with Clasp). Served with the 51st Light Infantry in the Afghan war in, 
1878-79, and was present at the attack and capture of Ali Musjid (Medal with Clasp). 

158 Colonel W. T. Dooner accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley to the Gold Coast in September 1873 on special 
service ; trained the Opobo Company of Russell's Regiment and commanded it throughout the Ashanti war of 
1873-74, including the capture and destruction of Adubiassie, the battle of Amoaful, capture and destruction of 
Becquah, the advanced guard engagement of Jarbinbah, the skirmishes and ambuscade affairs between Adwabin 
and the river Ordah, battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie. Also surveyed for the Intelligence Depart- 
ment portions of road between Cape Coast and the Prah (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

159 Colonel W. S. Cooke served in the Burmese Expedition in 18S7-89 with the 2nd Battalion Cheshire Regi- 
ment (Medal with Clasp). 

16S Colonel G. S. Burton served with the 9th Foot in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and took part in tbe advance to 
Cabul under Brigadier General Charles Gough as Brigade Major, including the engagements at Jugdulluck and 
Saidabad, and the relief of Sherpore (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Burmese Expedition in 1887-89 with the 
2nd Battalion Norfolk Regiment (Medal with Clasp). 

167 Colonel V. Chater served in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1879, part of the time as Provost Marshal 
and Deputy Assistant Adjutant General to the ist Division (Medal with Clasp). 

i 68 Colonel E. H. G. Ravenhill served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 with the Koorum Division, including the 
Zaimusht Expedition (Medal). ■ - 

1119 Colonel J. H. Laye served with the 90th Light Infantry m the Gaika war of 1S78, and was present in the 
various operations in the Waterkloof and Perie Bush, and acted as Staff Officer to Colonel Palmer's Column (men- 
tioned in despatches). Served in Wood's Flying Column throughout the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in 
the engagements at Zungin Nek, Kambula Hil), and Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal 

"° Colonel M. Churchill served in the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Boer war of 1881 
as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General at the detence of Pretoria (mentioned in despatches). 

171 Colonel J. G. Sparkes served with the 2nd Battalion Derbyshire Regiment in the Egyptian war of 1882 
(Medal, and Khedive's Star). . . • 

w* Colonel F. B. J. Jerrard served in the Ashanti war m 1874, in the Transport Service (Medal). 

" 8 Colonel G. M. Fox served with the ist Battalion Black Watch in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was 
present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir— wounded (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

180 Colonel E. Nesbitt served with the 33rd Regiment throughout the Abyssinian campaign of 1867-68, and was 
present at the storming and capture of Magdala (Medal). 

181 Colonel R. B. Cotton served with the 99th Regiment throughout the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 
162 Colonel H. S. Brownrigg served as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General to Brigadier General Ross's 

Column in the Jowaki Expedition in 1877-78 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Afghan 
war in 1878-79 as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General to the 2nd Division Peshawur Valley Field Force, 
and was present in the expeditions into the Bazaar Valley and in the operations in the Shuliman Valley 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal). ,,;•-, 

w» Colonel Donald Browne served in the Boer war in 1881 as Aide de Camp to Major General Buller, Chief of 

1 s6 Colonel Douglas Willan served witlrthe King's Dragoon Guard6 in the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 

IE' Colonel A. G. Wavell served in the Zulu war in 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 

> 89 Colonel C. T. Peyton served with the 10th Regiment in the expedition into the Native State of Sunghie 
Ujong, Malay Peninsula, in 1874, and was present at the attack and capture of the Kapayan Stockades. Also 
served' during the Perak Expedition of 1875-76 during the operations in the Native States of Sunghie Ujong, Sri 
Mananti, and Terrachee, and was present at the action of Paroa (mentioned in despatches for gallant conduct, 
and promoted in recognition of his services from Lieutenant 10th Regt. to Captain 106th Regt., Medal with 
Clasp). Served with the Soudan Frontier Field Force in 1885-86, and was present in the engagement at Giniss 
(Medal, and Khedive's Star). _ . . 

i«o Colonel J. L. Ross served with the 2nd Battalion Ring's Own Borderers m the Afghan war of 1878-80, nrst 
with the Peshawur Valley Field Force under Lieut.General Maude, and afterwards with the Khyber Line Force 
under Lieut. General Bright, including the reconnaissance in the Shiliman Valley and the attack and destruction 
of the villages of Nargozi, Arab Kheyl and Jokan (mentioned in despatches, Medal). Served with the 2nd 
Bai talion 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 (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Also- 
served in the operations on the Soudan Frontier in 1880. 

191 Colonel A. C. M'Kean served with the Inniskilling Dragoons in the Boer war of 1S81. Served in the 
operations in Zululand in 1888 (Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

'»» Colonel R. Chalmer served with the 2nd Battalion 60th Rifles m the Afghan war from February 1879 to 
November 1880 during the occupation of Candahar, and as Brigade Major to Brigadier General Barter's Brigade, 
u nd was present in the engagements at Ahmed Kheyl and Urzoo near Ghuznee (mentioned in despatches), and in. 
.he subsequent operations in the Logar Valley; accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar 
as brigade Major to Brigadier General MacGregor's Brigade, and was present at the battle of Candahar (men- 
tioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). Also served as Brigade 
Major to Brigadier General MacGregor in the Marri Expedition (mentioned in despatches). Served in the Boer 
war of 18S1 with the 2nd Battalion King's Royal Rifles in the Natal Field Force. Served with the Manipore 
Expedition in 1891 in command of the 4th Battalion King's Royai Rifles (mentioned in despatches, Medal with 
^lasp). ;,. 



War Services of the Colonels. 36 

183 Colonel A. W. Morris served in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at Ulundi (Modal 
with Clasp). Served in the Boer war of 18S1— severely wounded (mentioned in despatches). 

191 Colonel C. F. W. Moir served with the 17th Regiment in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present at the 
capture of Ali Musjid and in the second expedition into the Bazar Valley. Was Brigade Transport Officer and 
subsequently General Transport Officer in the Koorum Valley in 1879-80 (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

195 Colonel J. C. R. Glasgow served with the 1st Battalion 12th Foot in the Afghan war in 1880 (Medal). 

196 Colonel F. VV. 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, Brevet oi Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

19 ? ColonelJ. A. F. H. S. Mackenzie served with the'9th Lancers in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and took part with 
the Bazar Valley Expedition, the expedition to Maidau, the affair at Killa Kazi (when he brought the regiment 
out of action, and was severely wounded), and in the operations around Cabul in December 1879 (mentionted in 
despatches) ; accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar, and was present at the battle of 
Candahar (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). 

1 98 ColonelJ. E. H. Prior served with a detachment of the 80th Regiment in the Perak Expedition in 1875-76 (Medal 
with Clzso). Proceeded on special service to South Africa at the commencement of the Zulu war in 1879 ; and was 
present with the Frontier LightHorse in the engagement at Zlobane Mountain ; was Orderly Officerto Colonel Buller 
at the affair at Upoko River, and was present at the engagement at Ulundiand in the reconnaissance on the previous' 
day (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major) ; served in the subsequent operations against Sekukuni as 
Staff and Orderly Officer to Colonel Harrison (lledal with Clasp). 

199 Colonel T. S. Gildea served with the 72nd Highlanders from the commencement of the Afghan war in 1878. 
till August 1879 with the Koorum Field Force, and was present at the attack and capture of the Peiwar Kotal 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

200 Colonel E. J. H. Spratt served as Sub-Director of transport throughout the Zulu war of :87g, and was 
present with the 2nd Division in the engagement at Ulundi. Served in the operations against Sekukuni in 1879, 
and was present as Orderly Officer to Colonel Russell, commanding the troops, at the storming Of the strong- 
hold (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Boer war of i28i as a Deputy 
Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General. 

303 Colonel A. W. Noyes served in the New Zealand war in 1864-66 (Medal). Served as Brigade Transport 
Officer in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present in the affair at Mazeena — wounded (mentioned in des- 
patches, Medal). 

201 Colonel E.T. Dickson served throughout the campaign in the Eastern Soudan in 1885 with the 1st Battalion of 
the Berkshire Regiment, and was present in the reconnaissance to Hasheen on the 1st February, in the engage- 
ments 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. 

205 Colonel A. W. Sheringham served in the Burmese Expedition in 1887-89 with the 2nd Battalion Cheshire- 
Regiment (Medal with Clasp). 

506 Colonel W.G. Tucker served in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the reconnaissance in force from 
Alexandria on the 5th August, in the engagements at El MagfarandTel-el-Mahuta, in the two actionsatKassasin,. 
and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of 
the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Soudan Expedition under Sir Gerald Graham in 1884, and was 
present in the engagement at El Teb (three times mentioned in despatches, promoted Major, two Clasps). 

wi Colonel Disney-Roebaek served in the Nile Expedition in 18S4-85 with the 2nd Battalion of the Duke of Corn- 
wall's Light Infantry, and took part in the operations of the Advance Column under Major General Earle (Medal 
with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

808 Colonel E. C. Browne served with the Royal Scots Fusiliers in the Zulu war of 1879 (mentioned in despatches^ 
Medal with Clasp) . Served in the Boer war in 1881 as Assistant Director of Transport with the Natal Field Force. 
Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1885-86 in command of a Mounted Corps composed of Mounted Infantry,. 
Civilian Volunteers and Burmans, equipped and organised by him (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

509 Colonel H. B. MacCall served with thelsazai Expedition in 1892. Served in the Chitral Relief Force under 
Sir Robert Low in 1895 with the 1st Battalion King's Royal Rifles, including the storming of the Malakand Pass- 
and the engagement at Khar (mentioned in despatches, CB., and Medal with Clasp). 

210 Sir G. Larpent served with the 88th Regiment throughout the Kafir war of 1877-78, and the Zulu war of 1879. 
(Medal with Clasp). 

211 Colonel W. E. R. Kelly served with the Buffs in the operations in the Malay Peninsula in 1875-76, including 
the actions of the 20th January and 4th February, and commanded the escort in the reconnaissance of the 22nd 
Januar3 - (Medal with Clasp). 

212 Colonel F. Ryley served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 (Medal). 

215 Colonel W. Clark served in the New Zealand war in 1864-65, and was thanked by H.R.H. the Commander 
in Chief on account of good service at the action of the Gate Pah — severely wounded (mentioned in despatches). 
Served also with expeditions in the province of Taranaki, destroj iug many pahs and fortified villages (Medal) . 
Served in the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 as Staff Officer to the Shan Column, and with the Mounted Infantry 
3rd Brigade (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colouel, Medal with two Clasps). Also served with the 
Anglo-Siam Boundary Commission and with the Wuntho and Manipore Expeditions (mentioned in despatches. 
Clasp). 

214 Colonel A. S. Woods served with the expedition into Griqualand West, South Africa, in 1S75. 

215 Colonel H. B. Le Mottee served with the 2nd Battalion 15th Foot in the Afghan warm 1880 with the Candahar 
Field Force under Major General Phayre (Medal). 

215 Colonel H. G. Grant served in the Afghan war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at Ali Kheyl, and 
at the assault and capture of Zawa (mentioned in despatches-, Brevet of Major, and Medal). Served as Brigade 
Major in the Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition in 18S1. Served in the Hazara Expedition in 1891 with the 2nd 
Battalion Seaforth Highlanders (Medal with Clasp). 

2 " Colonel Egerton served with the Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition (n 1881 (mentioned in despatches). 

218 ColonelC. E. Swaine served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engage- 
ment at Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Boer war of 1881 as Aide de Camp to Major General Drury 
Lowe, Commanding the Cavalry Brigade. Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Aide deCamp to Major General 
Drury Lowe, Commanding the Cavalry Division, and was present at the engagements of El Magfar 'and Tel-el- 
Mahuta, the two actions at Kassasin, the battle of Tel-el-Kebir, and the capture of Cairo (mentioned in de- 
spatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Nile 
Expedition in 1884-85 with the Light Camel Regiment, and took part in the operations of the Desert Column (Clasp).. 

219 Colonel L. It. S. Sackville embarked for the Gold Coast with the -;md Battalion Rifle Brigade, and served 
throughout the second phase of the Ashantee War in 1874, including the battle of Amoaful, battle of Ordahsu 
and capture of Coomassie (Medal with Clasp). 

220 Colonel H. T. Hughes Hallett served with the 57th Regiment in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1879, and. 
throughout the operations of " Clarke's Column " (Medal with Clasp). 

221 Colonel W. E. Hilliard served with the Expeditionary Field Force under Colonel J. R. Mackenzie in 
Arabia from the 27th October to the 20th December 1873, including the investment, surrender, occupation, and 
destruction of the fort at Al-Hota, and subsequent march to Zaidi in pursuit of Ally Bin Mana, the chief of 
Honshabi. Served in the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 with the 1st Battalion of the Yorkshire Light Infantry 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

282 Colonel D. T. Kinder served iu the Afghan war in 1879-80 with the nth Regiment (Medal). 

223 Colonel J. H. S. Craigie served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 as Assistant Adju- 
tant General to the force (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

221 Colonel J. A. Barlow served in the Hazara campaign in 1088 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General 2nd 
Brigade, and was present in the engagement at Kotkai (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served 
with the Miranzai Expedition in 1891 in command of a Wing of the 2nd Battalion Manchester Regiment (Clasp). 



37~39 War Services of the Colonels. 

22i Colonel the Hon. F. W. Stopford served in the Egyptian war of 1802 as Aide de Camp to Sir John Adye, 
Chief of the Staff, and was present at the engagement of Tel-el-Mahuta, Kassasin (9th Sept.), and in the battle 
of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). 
Served in the Soudan campaign in 1884-85 as Aiae de Camp to Major General Lyon Freemantle and afterwards 
as Brigade Major to the Brigade of Guards, and was present in the engagement at Hasheen (mentioned in des- 
patches, Brevet of Major, Clasp). Served with the expedition to Ashanti under Sir Francis Scott in 1895 as 
Assistant Adjutant General (Brevet of Colonel, Star). 

m Colonel F. W. J. Barker served in the Abyssinian war of 1867-68, and was present at the capture of Mag- 
dala (Medal). 

227 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 Infantry. Served with the Burmese Expedition in ;886 as Aide de Camp 
to the Governor General of India (Medal with Clasp). 

228 Colonel H. Moore served in the Zulu war in 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 

220 Colonel J. M. Babington served with the Bechuanaland Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 1884-85. 

230 Colonel G. A. W. Forrest served with the Burmese Expedition in 1889-90 (dangerously wounded). 

211 Colonel R. C. Hare served in the Ashanti war of 1873-4 as Assistant Engineer and was present at the battle 
of Amoaful (slightly wounded), battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie (Medal with Clasp). Served in the 
Egyptian war of 1882 as Brigade Major of the 2nd Brigade, and was present at the engagements of El Magfar, 
Tel-el-Mahuta, and Kassasin (9th Sept.) (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal, 4th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). 

232 Colonel Harley served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 in command of the 1st 
Battalion of the Buffs (mentioned in despatches, CB. and Medal with Clasp;. 

238 Colonel H. A. Cherry served throughout the Hazara campaign in 1888 with the 2nd Battalion Northumber- 
land Fusilier6 (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 

236 Colonel M. C. Wood served with the 10th Hussars in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present in 
the engagement at Futtehabad (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

236 Colonel J. E. Blundell served in China during the Taeping rebellion in 1863 with the 67th Regiment 
(Medal). Served with the 67th Regiment in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and was present in the operations 
around Cabul in December 1879. including the engagements at Mir Karez, Khilla Ghazi, and the Asmai Heights, 
and the investment of Sherpore (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served with the Burmese 
Expedition in 1885-87 as Assistant Adjutant General of the Lower Burmah Division (mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with Clasp). Commanded an expedition in the Kachin Hills in 1891 against the rebels Khanlaing and 
Prince Shaw-yan-Naing (Clasp). 

237 Colonel J. Davidson served in the Egyptian War of 1882 with the 13th Bangal 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). 

238 Colonel F. S. F. Stokes served in the Boer war of 1881 with the Natal Field Fores. Served in the Soudan 
campaign in 1885 (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

239 Colonel W. D. Richardson served in the Ashanti war in 1873-74 under Sir Garnet Wolseley (Medal). Served 
in the Kaffir war in 1877-7S, and was present in the engagement near Draaibosch ; served in tbe Zulu war in 
1879 (promoted Deputy Commissary, Medal with Clasp). Also served in the Boer war of 1881 with the Newcastle 
Field Force. Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Bechuanaland 
Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 1884-85 as Senior Commissariat Officer (granted honorary and relative 
rank of Lt. Colonel). 

240 Colonel W. A. Dunne served in the Kaffir war of 1877-78. Served throughout the Zulu war of 1879, first a 
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 1881, and took part in the defence of Potchefstroom. Served in the Egyptian 
war of 18S2, 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). 

341 Colonel E. Grattan seived in the Ashanti war of 1873-74 (Medal). Served in the Zulu war in 1879 (Medal 
with Clasp). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star). 

243 Colonel W. F. D. Cochrane served in the Zulu warof 1S79, and was present in tne engagement at Isanhlwana 
on 22nd January as Orderly Officer to Colonel Durnford ; served afterwards with Wood's Column in command of 
the Natal Native Horse, taking part in the engagements at Zoblane Mountain, Kambula, and Ulundi (Brevet of 
Major, Medal with Clasp). Served as Assistant Adjutant General (Principal Staff Officer) to the Cape Colonial 
Faroes during the Basuto war in 1880-81, and was present at the capture of Lerothodi's stronghold and several 
minor engagements. Served in the Egyptian warof 1882 with the Commissariat and Transport Corps (Medal, and 
Khedive's Star). Served with the Dongola Expeditionary Foree under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896 on the 
lines of communication (mentioned in despatches, CB. aud Khedive's Medal). 

244 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 Uhindi 
(mentioned in despatches) , and in the operations against Sekukuni (Medal with Clasp) ; was awarded the TS<C " for 
his gallant conduct on the 29th March 1879, when the Mounted Infantry were being driven in by the enemy at 
lahlobana, 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." 

245 Colonel C. J. B. Stewart served in the Hazara Expedition in 18S8 with the 2nd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders 
(Medal with Clasp) and in the expedition in 1891 with the same Battalion (Clasp). 

246 Colonel E. R. P. Woodgate served with the 4th Regt. throughout the Abyssinian campaign of 1868, and was 
present at the action of Arogee and capture of Magdala (Medal) . Accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley to the Gold 
Coast in September 1873 on special service, and served throughout the Ashanti war of 1873-74, including the 
taction of Essaman, repulse of the Ashanti army at Abrakrampa during the 5th and 6th November 1873 (in com- 
mand of the Kossoos) .reconnaissances in force of the 8th and 27th November, and battle of Amoaful (mentioned in 
despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Zulu war in 1879, and was present in the engagements at Kambula 
(mentioned in despatches) and Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

248 Colonel F. W. Robinson served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 with the Koorum Division, including the 
JZaimusht Expedition and the assault of Zawa (Medal). 

249 Lt.Colenel Little served with the Chitral Belief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 in command of the 1st 
Battalion East Lancashire Regiment (Medal with Clasp). 

250 Lt.Colonel Brind served with the Waziriston Field Force under Sir William Lockhartin 1894-95 in command 
■ of the 2nd Battalion Border Regiment (Medal with Clasp). 

25 i Lt.Colonel Hon. C. Dutton served in the Afghan war in 1879-86 as Assistant Quarter Master General 2nd 
Division Cabul Field Force, and was present in the affair at Shekabad (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, 
Medal). 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



40 



Wm. Pringle Harrison, Lt.Col. Bengal Infantry ... 
"Walter Charles Farwell, Lt. Col. Bengal Infantry . . . 
p.s.c. Douglas Fred. R. Dawson, 1 Lt.Col. (from') 

Major h.p. Coldstream Gds.) Military Attache, > 

Paris, 13 July 95 ) 

Edw. Evans Grigg, Lt.Col. Bengal Infantry 

Freeman H. Jackson, Lt.Col. Boinbuj" Infantry ... 
Henry Byam Abbott, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps ... 

Jas. Aguew M'Neale, Lt.Col. Bengal Infantry 

Alfred Hercules Mayhew, Lt.Col. Indian Staff C... 
Malcolm W. Stevens, Lt.Col. Bombay Infantry ... 

William Loch, Lt.Col. Bengal Infantry 

Henry Townley Scott Yates, Lt.Col. tt. Art 

p.t.c. James Walton Fowell Buxton, Major h.p.") 

Inniskilling Fusiliers ) 

Robert A. Nugent, CB. Lt.Col. Army Serviced 

CorpsfJJoH. Lt.Col. 1 Sept. 87) j 

Casimir A. Bourne, Lt.Col. Arinv Service Corps ) 

(Hon. Lt. Col. 6 Sept. 83) j 

Lewis A. Clutterbuck, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps 

William John Irwin, Lt.Col. 20 Hussars 

Edward Quin, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

Marcus E. R. Rainsford, CB. Lt.Col. Army S. C. . 
Frank E. Stevens, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps . 
Jas. Bird Hutchinson, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps . 
Allan H. Langdon, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps ... 
Charles H. Bridge, CB. Lt.Col. Army Service Corps 
John G. Y. Wilson, Lt.Col. irray Service Corps ... 
p.s.c • James Latimer Crawshay St. Clair, 8 Lt.Col. 1 

(from h.p. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders), > 

Deputy judge Advocate, London, 4 May 96 J 

Jchn Fras. .las. Miller, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps . 
Crawford Boyd Cooke, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps.. 
WalterTresloveEllis,Zt. Co/.h.p.NorthamptonRegt. 
p.s.c. Jas. Cecil Daltou, Li. Col. Royal Artillery .. 

Hugh de la Motte Hervey, Lt.Col. Indian S. C 

John Muir Hunter, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

James George Proudfoot, Lt.Col. Indian S.C 

William Henry Browne, Lt. Col. Indian Staff Corps. 

Samuel Job Lea, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps 

.Arthur W. Collard, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps ) 

(Ron. Major, 15 June 85) j 

Bernard Heygate, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps) 

' (Hon. Major, 15 June 85) $ 

James R. Edwards, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps ; 

(Hon. Major, 15 June 85) j 

Joseph Whitley, TA.Col. Army Service Corps') 

(Hon. Major, 15 June 85) j 

iEdward W' D. Ward, CB. Lt.Col. Army Service) 

Corps (Hon. Major, 15 June 85) j" 

John A. Boyd, CB. Lt.Col. Army Service Corns ) 

1 (Hon. Major, 15 June 85) j 

Geo. Westrenen Sawyer, Lt. Col. Indian S.C 

iAlbert de Clancy Rennick, Lt.Col. Indian S. C 

Wm. Hv. Dawes Jones, Zt!. Col. Indian Staff Corps 
David Wm. Keith Bnrr, CSI. Lt.Col. Indian S. C... 
Edmund P. B. Smith, Lt.Col. Army Service'/ 

Corps (Hon. Mojo ; 10 Oct. 85) j 

Norton Charles Martelli, LI. Col. Indian Staff C. ... 
William F. Moore, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps ) 

(Hon. Major, 15 Oct. 851 j 

John W. B. Parkin, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps') 

(Hon. Major, 14 Nov. 85) j 

Malcolm Graham, Lt.Col. Army Service Corys 1 

( tion. Major, 15 June 85) / 

'hilip K. Lonsdale Beaver, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Sydney Drummond T urnbull, Lt. Col. Indian S. C. 
lohu F. Brocklehurst, MVO. Lt.Col. R. Horse Gds. 
Augustus Bury Liardet, Z^.Cu?. (from J/u/orh.p.R. > 

Marinesl.-Burraefc Master, Portsmouth,?-] Sept. 91 j 

Uexander Evans Gordon, Lt.Col. Indian S.C 

'vederick Cooper Turner, !s Lt.Col. h p. North-'/ 

ampton Regiment j 

■harles Francis Massy, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps... 
oseph Henry Newill, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps ... 
irthur Bucknall Shakespear, Major, h.p. Royal) 

Marine Artillery; Paymaster, 4 June 97 j 

iamuel H, Winter, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps / 

(Hon. Major, 1 Aug. 86) j 

)onald Robertson, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

Villiam Get. Currie Johnstone, Lt.Col. Indian ) 

Staff Corpus ; 

ilfred G. Hipwell, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps { 

(Hon. Major, 8 Aug. 86) J 

'hilip L. Maegregor, Lt.Col. Roval Artillery ........ 

■s.c. Walter W. M. Smith, Lt. Coj. Royal Artillery... 
Villiam George Knox, CB. Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

■ s.c. James Keith Trotter, CMG. Lt.Col. R. Art. .'.. 
ierald G. Challice, Lt.Col. Army Service Coips) 

{Hon. Major, ,9 Aug. 86) '. ) 

Filliaru R. Winter, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps > 

(Hon. Major, 1 Nov. 88) ' J 

eorge Morton Stevens, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 



CORNET, I 
2ndLIEUT. LIEUT. j CAPTAIN. 
OTENSIGN.I 

4 Jan. 61 6 Feb. 62 1 Jan. 70 
!2o Jan. 61 17 Mar. 62 1 Jan. 70 

21 Jan. 741 9 So pt.85 

25 July 62 1 1 Mar. 70 
4 Feb. 71 
7 June 73 



LIEUT. 
COLONEL 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



21 Dec. 80' 4 Jan. 87 
31 Dec. 80 20 Jan, 87 

29 July 91 1 19 May 87 



10 July 63 
Depart- 

Depart- 

Depart- 

23 Jan. 69 

12 May 63 

Depart- 

Depart- 

17 July 63 

Depart 

Depart 

Depart 

23 Sept. 71 

t Mar. 64 
8 Mar 64 
21 Nov. 62 



7 June 6 1 _„ 

7 June 61 1 5 Feb. 63 

7 June 61 '30 July 62 

8 June 61 30 July 62 
8 June 61 1 23 May 65 

27 Dec. 61 16 July 64 
13 Mar. 63 
8 Jan. 68 



2 Jan. 6g 
mental 



4 Jan. 62 



5 Apr. 64 



6 Apr. 64 
3 May 64 
6 Mar. 72 

Deptl. 
Depth 
Deptl. 
Deptl. 
Deptl. 

Deptl. 

28 June 64 

6 July 64 

26 July 64 

20 Sept. 64 

Deptl. 

11 Oct. 6, 

Deptl. 

Deptl. 

Deptl. 

3 Jan. 6; 



mental 

mental 
28 Oct. 71 
8 Nov. 66 
mental, 
mental 
17 July 66 
mental 
mental 
mental 

28 Oct. 71 

8 Sept. 68 
3 Apr. 67 
6 Mar. 67 
13 Jau. 69 
3 Apr. 67 



9 May 70 



30 May 8 
7 June 81 

7 June Si 

8 Juuc8i 



8 June 73 1 8 June 81 
1 July 8 1 
1 July 81 
6 Feb. 85 

15 Oct. 81 
l66 /ia yrs. 
i6 s / 12 yrs. 

'6 fi /i 2 yrs. 
9 Sept. 85 



19 Aug. 71 
18 July 71 
1 July 79 

10 Nov. 77 
Service 

Service 

Service 
30 Nov. 79 



2 May 75112 May 83 
Service 1 6 e li2 yrs 



Service 
17 July 75 
Service 
Service 
Service 

1 Oct. 80 

1 Mar. 76 
8 Mar. 76 
1 Dec. 69 
27 Sept.; y 
5 Apr. 76 



12 Apr. 64 1 12 Apr. 76 

3 May 67 26 Apr. 76 

4 Sept. 68 j 3 May 76 
6 Mar. 72 19 Sept 81 

i5°/ 12 yrs. 
'5 8 /i2 yrs. 
i5 5 /i 2 yrs. 



24 June 63 
18 Apr. 65 

8 Aug. 65 
26 May 65 

4 July 65 



Deptl. 
8 Aug. 6 
8 Aug. 65 

Deptl 



Deptl. 
Deptl. 



Service 
Service 
Service 
Service 
Service 

Service 

20 May 67 
18 July 68 

21 Aug. 67 

22 July 68 

Service 

1 Oct. 70 
Service 

Service 

Service 

24 Mar. 65 
8 Sept. 68 

2 Dec. 74 
10 Nov. 66 

2 Apr. 69 
?6 Feb. 70 

14 Aug. 67 

7 Nov. 68 

24 June 68 

Service 

8 Aug. 67 

18 May 60 

Service 

15 Jan. 67 
10 July 67 
to July 07 

S Jan. 7c 

Service 

Service 
10 July 67 



i6«/ 12 yrs. 

17 July 83 
i6 6 /, 2 yrs. 
'Wia yrs. 
i6 6 /i2 yrs. 

31 Jan. 83 

1 Mar. 84 
8 Mar. 84 
1 July 8 
1 Apr. 85 
5 Apr. 84 
12 Apr. 84 
26 Apr. 84 
3 May 84 
15 June 85 

11 Dec. 88 
ti Dec. 38 
11 Dec. 88 



H'/isjrs. I" Dec. 88 

>4 s /i2yrs. 11 Dec. 88 

13*7,2 yrs it Dec. 85 
28 June 76 



28 June 84 
6 July 84 
26 July 84 

20 Sept.84 

11 Dec. 88 

11 Oct. 84 
11 Dec. 88 

11 Dec. 88 

11 Dec. 88 

28 June 83 
1 Jan. 84 
15 June 8=, 

11 Feb. 84 

18 Apr. 85 

21 June 83 

26 May 85 
4 July 85 

21 May 88 

ti Dec. 88 
8 Aug. 85 
Aug. 77) 8 Aug. 85 

it Dec. 88 



6 July 76 
26 July 76 
20 Sept. 76 

l66 /i2 yrs. 
11 Oct. 76 
I 5 8 /)2yrs 

'5 8 /i2 yrs 

166/12 yrs. 

1 Oct. 77 

3 Jan. 77 

18 May 81 

19 Oct. 78 
18 Apr. 77 
30 Nov. 78 

26 May 77 

4 July 77 

10 Oct. 79 

i5 8 /i2 yrs. 
Aug. 77 



i5 8 /i2 yrs. 

31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
23 Jan. 79 
21 Aug. 8c 

i5 R /i2yrs. 

I5 s /i2 yrs. 
30 Jan. 79 



20 Sept.84 
1 Oct. 84 

21 Apr. 80 
1 Feb. 86 

11 Dec. 88 

11 Dec. 88 
7 Nov. 84 



7 June 87 
7 Jane 87 

7 June 87 

8 June 87 
8 June 87! 

27 Dec. 87 

4 Jan. 88 

2 Aug. 88 

15 Oct. 88 
11 Dec. 88 

11 Dec. 88 

[9 Dec. 88 
=8 Dec. 88 

12 May 89 
21 May 89 

12 June 89 
17 July 89 

13 Aug. 89 

25 Aug. 89 
17 Nov. 89 

31 Jan. 9c 

1 Mar. 9c 
8 Mar. 90 
1 Apr. 90 
1 Apr. 90 

5 Apr. 90 
1 2 Apr. 90 

26 Apr. 9c 

3 May 90 
15 June t,o 

15 June 90 
is June 9c 
15 June 90 
1 5 .Tune 90 

5 June 90 

1 5 June 90 

28 June 90 

6 July 90 
26 July 90 
20 Sept. 90 

10 Oct. 90 

11 Oct. 90 
15 Oct. 90 

14 Nov. 90 

10 Dec. 90 

1 Jan. 9 

3 Jan. 9 
18 Jan. 9 

11 Feb. 9 
8 Apr. 9 

6 May 9 
26 May 9 

4 July 9 

29 July 9 

1 Aug. 9 
8 Aug. 9 
8 Aug. 9 

8 Aug. 9 

20 Sept. 9 

1 Oct. 9 

2 Oct. 9 
22 Oct. 9 

1 Nov. 9 

1 Nov. 9 

7 Nov. 9 



7 May 96 



1 Apr. 94 



27 Sept. 91 
!S Mar. 94 

4 June 97 



4i 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



M.JJC 

9 



David Stanley Cuninghame, Lt. Col. Indian Staff ) 

Corps i 

Thomas George Thomson, Lt.Col. Indian S.C 

Andrew Kennedy Macpherson, Lt.Col. Indian') 

Staff Corps : J 

Charles Arthur Cresswell, Lt.Col. Indian S. 

Benjamin Chamney Graves, Lt.Col. Indian S. C 

James Butler, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

Arthur Boeworth, Lt.Col. West India Regiment ... 
Geoffrey Stanley, Lt. Col. Army Service Corps 1 

(Hon. Major 24 Feb. 87) f 

Leslie Trevor Bishop, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps... 

William Loch, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

Thomas Morris Jenkins, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 
p.s.c. Peter Henry Hammond, Lt. Col. R. Artillery 

Henry TraversLugard, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Arthur C. G. Lydiard, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps. 
Robert B- M'Comb, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps ) 

(Hon. Major, 6 May 87) > 

Fras. Onslow Barring-ton Foote, Lt.Col. R. Art 

Edmund George Henry Bingham, Lt.Col. (from'; 

h.p. Royal Artillery) j 

Edm. Baker Standbridge, Lt.Col. (from R. Art.) 

Edgar Holford Walker, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Robert Samuel Watson, Lt. Col. Royal Artillery ... 
Annesley John Garrett, Lt.Col. T ndian Staff Corps 
James Ritchie, Lt.Col. (from ulajor h.p. R. Art. 

District Officer), Staff Officer, Horse Guards. 

War Office 

Lewis A. Hope, Lt. Col. Army Service Corps(-Hbn. } 

Major, 17 June 87) j 

Charles Wm. Hy. Sealy, Zf.CV. Indian Staff Corps 
p.s.c. Hon. Jas.P. Napier, 29 Lt.Col .h.p. 10 Hussars 
Walter Neville Lockyer, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery.. 
Arthur Ashley, Lt. Col. Army Service Corps (Ron 

Major, 3 Aug. 87) 

Alfred George Yaldwyn. DSO. Lt.Col. Indian S. C. 
Henry Holmes Costobadie, Lt.Col. h.p. R. Artillery 
James Herbert Yule, Lt.Col. Devon Regt. (11 F.) .'.. 
p.s.c. Alex. Martin Paterson , 50 Lt.Col. (from h.p. ) 

Bedford Regt.), Dep. Assist. Adjutant Gen. Bar- > 

hadoes, 7 Apr. 97 3 

Eden Moyle Baker\, Lt.Col. (h.p. Rojal Artillery)... 
Hon. Geo. Jas. Playfair, Lt. Col. Royal Artillery ... 
Dudley Elphinstone Gouldsbury, Lt. Col. Indian) 

StaffCorps } 

Francis Crichton Maltbv, Lt.Col. Indian S. C 

William H. C. Wyllie , CLE. Lt.Col. Indian S. C. ... 
p.s.c. Henry T. W. Allatt, Lt.Col. h.p. (from Major J 

Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry) ) 

George Wemyss Anson, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 
Bowes Thorpe M. Gompertz, Z/.CoMndian S. C... 
John James Monev-Simons, Lt.Col. Indian S. C. ... 
Sir Adelbert Cecil Talbot.XCLE.L*. Col. Indian S.C. 
p.s.c. Frederick Luttman-Johnson, Lt. Col. (from] 

Major h.p. York and Lancaster Regt.); D.A.A. ^ 

General for Instruction, Malta, 14 Dec. 94 ) 

Henry Graham, Lt.Col. h.p. (from M ajor 16 Lancers) 
Thomas Greenaway, Lt.Col. Indian StaffCorps ... 
Bernard Chaimer, DSO. Lt. Col. Indian Staff Corps 
James L. Aberigh-Mackay, Lt.Col. Indian Staff C. 
William G. W. Macbay, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 
William Dunne, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps) 

(Hon. Major, 1 Apr. 88) j 

Edmund Spencer E. Child ers, Major, Royal Eng.... 
Frederick G. T.Welch, Lt. Col. Indian StaffCorps... 
Stephen J. M. Jopp,** Lt.Col. (from h.p. North-") 

ampton Regiment); Commanding Discharge > 

Depot 21 Oct. 96 ) 

Maunsell Bowers, Lt.Col. h.p. 5 Dragoon Guards... 
p.s.c. Frederick Wm. Benson, Lt.Col. (from Majorat 

h.p. 17 Lancers); Lep. Assist. Adj. Gen. for Inst. > 

Dublin, 2 Feb. 9=; J 

y.s.c.Chas.Fitzgerald Thomson, 39 Lt.Col.h.p.(from ) 

Major 7 Hussars) X 

Frederick Cyril Morgan, Lt.Col. (from R. Artillery) 
JohnRichard Povah, 41 Lt.Col. h.p. (from Major / 

Dublin Fusiliers) j 

Henry Hall, Lt.Col. (irom Major h.p. Derbyshire \ 

Regt.) ; Comdt. Hibernian Mil. School, 11 Nov. 95 $ 
Gerald Ward Martin, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps ... 
Arthur Emerson Chapman, Lt.Col. Royal Marines 
Henry Walter Trench. Lt. Col. Leinster Btegt. ... 
Frederick Robertson Ditmas, Lt.Col. Indian S.C. 
George Hambley Elliott, Lt.Col. Indian StaffCorps 
Sir Arthur John Bigge, KCL. CMG. Lt.Col. h.p. > 

Royal Artillery j 

p.s.c. Henry Elliott Chevallier Kitchener, 45 Lt. Col. 

(from Major h.p. Duke of Cornwall's Lt. Inf." 

Dep. Asxist. Adj General, Jamaica, 17 Dec. 93 
Edward Willock Chalmers, Lt.Col. Indian S. C. 
Knighton Arnold, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps) 

(Bon. Major, 1 Sept. 88) j 



Vol'.-) 

f.); 
13-J 



COBNET, 
2ndLIEUT. 
OrENSIGN. 



i Dec. 
8 Dec. 
19 Dec. 



20 Feb. 66 



Depth 

2 Mar. 
2 Mar. 
2 Mar. 



66 



1 Oct. 69 

18 July 68 

14 Dec. 69 

12 Jan. 66 
30 Jan. 68 
9 July 68 
11 Feb. 75 

Service 



3 Apr. 
Deptl 



29 May 66 



Deutl. 



1 Mar. 69 

. . 14 May 

66 19 June 69 

lis July 68 

13 Jan. 69 

66 19 Feb. 69 

Service 

3 Jan. 69 

13 Jan. 69 

7 July 69 

7 July 69 
17 July 66 

8 Oct. 68 

1 Apr. 72 

Service 
17 July 66 



Deptl. 
14 Sept 66 

1 Dec. 65 

10 Oct. 6 



16 Oct. 

16 Oct. 
30 Oct. 

30 Oct. 

11 Jan. 
11 Jan. 
11 Jan. 



10 Oct. 65 

14 July 69 

12 Feb. 67 

13 Feb. 67 
13 Feb. 6-1 
23 Mar. 



Deptl. 



20 Apr. 67 



13 Jan. 69 
27 July 66 



12 Nov. 70 



20 Apr. 

22 June 
28 June 
16 Feb. 



13 July 67 



10 July 66 

14 Aug. 67 
Deptl. 



1 Dec. 77 
8 Dec. 77 

19 Dec. 77 

12 Jan. 78 
30 Jan. 78 

20 Feb. 78 

1 July 81 

i4 8 / 12 yrs. 

2 Mar. 78 
2 Mar. 78 

2 Mar. 78 
27 Aug. 79 
20 Sept. 79 

3 Apr. 78 

i4 8 /i2 yrs 

23 Dec. 79 

30 Dec. 79 

17 Jan. 80 
17 Jan. 80 

16 Oct. 78 
29 May 78 

7 June ; 

i4 8 /i2 yrs. 

17 July 78 



2 Mar. 81 
8 Dec. 85 

19 Dec. 85 

12 Jan. 86 
30 Jan. 86 

20 Feb. 86 

3 Aug. 87 

11 Dec. 88 

2 Mar. 
2 Mar. 
2 Mar. 
18 Mar. 

2 Mar. 

3 Apr. 

11 Dec. 

12 May 

12 May 

13 May 
1 3 May 
26 Aug. 
29 May 



19 Oct. 72 12 Nov. 79 
7 July 69 1 Mar. 80 

Service 



2 Dec. 69 
24 Mar. 65 
22 Aug. 68 

9 Oct. 67 

15 Dec. 71 
8 Jan. 70 



17 Apr. 69 

14 Oct. 70 
5 Oct. 68 

22 Oct. 70J26 

29 June 69 11 

18 Mar. 70 11 
2 Jan. 71 1 11 

15 Jan. 67I15 



i4 s /ia yrs. 
14 Sept.78 

1 Oct. 77 
16 Feb. 78 

30 Oct. 74 

2 July 8. 
19 May 80 

16 Oct. 78 

16 

3° 



Oct. ,. 
Oct. 78 

July 76 

Jan. 79 
Jan. 79 
Jan. 79 
Jan. 79 



7 Nov. 68 19 Apr. 76 



10 June 71 
1 Jan. 69 

14 Mar. 68 
10 Sept. 69 
13 July 70 

Service 

29 Apr. 73 

15 Aug. 69 

17 May 77 
13 Apr. 72 
9 Apr. 70 

22 June 70 
8 Jan. 68 
28 Oct. 71 

30 Sept. 68 

24 Mar. 71 
3 Aug. 67 
13 July 67 
10 July 67 
17 Jan. 70 

7 July 69 



3 Feb. 78 

2 Feb. 79 

3 Feb. 79 
3 Feb. 79 
3 Mar. 79 

3 s /i2 yrs. 
3 Jan. 8s 
d Apr. 79 

2 Mar. 81 

1 Aug. 78 
j Jan. 80 

\ June 73 

3 Apr. 79 
5 Nov. 79 
5 Dec. 77 

2 June 79 
5 Aug. So 

3 Oct. 75 
3 July 79 
3 July 79 

2 Feb. 80 



Feb. 69 13 Nov. 75 

Feb. 71 14 Aug. 79 
dee |i3 6 / 12 yrs. 



Serv 



26 Apr. 85 

n Dec. 

17 July 86 
1 Mar. 84 

27 Jul} 85 

11 Dec. 

14 Sept. 86 
31 Oct. 83 

1 July 8 

1 July 81 

12 Oct. 87 

15 Oct. 85 

16 Oct. 86 

16 Oct. 
30 Oct. 

1 Jan. 

11 Jan. 87 

ii Jan. 87 

11 Jan. 87 
15 Jan. 87 

1 July 81 

27 Jan. 86 

12 Feb. 87 
^3 Feb. 87 
:3 Feb. 87 
[8 Nov. 82 

11 Dec. S8 

Jan. 85 
»o Apr. 87 

22 Apr. 86 

Apr. 83 

27 Apr. 86 

15 June 85 
20 Nov. 84 
7 June 84 

26 May 85 

22 June 87 

28 June 86 

29 Sept. 82 

10 July 87 

2 Mar. 81 

27 July 85 

26 July 85 

14 Aug. 87 

11 Dec. 88 



LIEUT. 
COLONEL. 

1 Dec. 91 
8 Dec. 91 

19 Dec. 91 

12 Jan. 92 
30 Jan. 92 

20 Feb. 92 

24 Feb. 92 

14 Feb. 92 

2 Mar. 92 
2 Mar. 92 

2 Mar. 92 
18 Mar. 92 

1 Apr. 92 

3 Apr. 92 

6 May 92 
12 May 92 

12 May 92 

13 May 92 

13 May 92 

25 May 92 
29 May 92 

8 June 92 

17 June 92 

17 July 92 
27 July 92 
27 July 92 

3 Aug. 92 

14 Sept. 92 
29 Sept. 92 

5 Oct. 92 

10 Oct. 92 



WHEN 

I PLACED ON 
I HALF PAT. 



12 Oct. 9 

15 Oct. 9 

16 Oct. 9 

:6 0ct. 9 

10 Oct. 9 

1 Jan. 93 

11 Jan. 9 
11 Jan 03 

11 Jan. 93 
*- Jan. 93 

22 Jan. 93 

27 Jan. 93 

12 Feb. 93 

13 Feb. 93 
13 Feb. 93 

23 Mar. 93 

1 Apr. 93 

2 Apr. 93 
20 Apr. 93 

2 Apr. 93 

25 Apr. 93 

27 Apr. 93 



May 
May 
May 

May 

June 93 

June 93 

July 93 

3 July 93 

j July 93 

2 July 93 

26 July 93 

14 Aug. 93 
: Sept. 93 



8 June92 

23 Aug. 97 

1 Oct. 07 
20 Nov. 97 

1 Nov. 97 

27 Jan. 93 



25 Apr. 97 

5 Way 93 
17 May 93 



22 July 93 



Lieutenant Colonels 



42-3 



CORNET, 
2nd LIEUT. 
OTENSIGN. 



Jas. A. Lawrence Montgomery, Lt.Col. Indian S.C. 
Arthur Parrv Thornton, Lt. Col. Indian Staff Corps 
Masters John Godfery, Lt.Col. Army Service) 

Corns (Hon. Major, 15 Sept. 88) S 

Arthur Domville Corbet, CB. Lt. Col. Royal Marines 
p.s.c. Julian Robt. J. Jocelyn, Lt.Col. R. Artillery... 

p.s.c. John Adye, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur James Brander, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 
Chas. Edw.Yate, CSI. CMG. Lt.Col. Indian S. C... 
p.s.c. John Beckwith Leefe, Lt.Col. R. Marine Art. 
Alexander Wm. Anstruther, Lt.Col. R. Artillery ... 
Nicholas P. O' Gorman, 45 Lt. Col. (from Major h.p.) 
Lincoln Regt.), D.A.A. G. Hong Kong, 18 Jan. 95 $ 
Benjamin H. Pollard, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps ... 
p.s.c. Richd. M. Greenfield, Lt. Col. Inniskilling Fus. 

George Burges Allen, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Claude Kennedy, Lt.Col. (from Major h.p.} 

Suffolk Regt.) ; Insp. of Signalling, Aldershot, r 

s Jan. 94 J 

I Ales. L. Scott Burrowes, Lt.Col. R. Marine Art. ... 
Archibald Edward Duthy, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Cameron M. H. Downing, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Walter Neil Jervis, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

I John Wm. T. Hume, Lt.Col. Derbyshire Regiment 
: John H.H.S. D.Hogarth, Lt. Col. K.O. Scottish Brdrs. 

I Henry Clarke, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Charles John Blake, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Wm. Whitmore Smith, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Robert Hayne, Lt.Col. Wiltshire Regt. (62 F.) 

"£}<£ p.s.c. Richard K. Ridgeway, Ll .Col. Indian") 

StaffCorps i 

iGeffery Lawrence Eliot, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 
Fred. Babington Peile, Lt. Col. Indian Staff Corps 
I James Beverley Lynch, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

Robert Gordon, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

Herbert Edw. Penton, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps... 

Francis Jeremy Day, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Charles Lawford Dale, Lt. Col. West India Regt. . . . 
Edw. Locke Elliot, CB. DSO. Lt.Col. Indian S. C. 
Clayton Wm. James Hingston, Lt.Col. Indian S. C. 
p.s.c. De Courcy Daniell, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 
p.s.c. Lionel G. Fawkes, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery, | 

Instructor JR. M. College, 1 Sept. 93 ) 

Pulteney H. Murray, Lt.Col. Shropshire Lt. Inf. ... 

Fred. S. C. Hare, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps 

Henry Alexius Abbott, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

Gilbert Gaisford, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

Henry Breffney Ternau, Lt. Col. Indian Staff Corps 
George Colquhoun Madden, 51 CB. L>SO. Lt.Col.) 

h.p. West India Regiment j 

Louis Faulkner Brown, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 
Fred. Duncan Raikes, CIB. Lt. Col. Indian S.C 

Henry Garde Rice, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps ... 

Wm.BowlasWilliama.Zf.CW.Wiltshire Regt. (62 F.) 
Duncan Alexander Johnston, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
George P. F. Byng, Lt.Col. York Lt. Inf. (51 F.) ... 
Charles Hervey Bagot, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 
Thos.C.O.Powlett.Lf.Co?. Northampton Regt.(48F.) 
Sir George S. Clarke, KCMG. Lt.Col. Royal Eng.... 

Herbert N. Bunbury, Lt.Col. A-my Service Corps 
George Alex. Oockburn, Lt.Col Royal Engineers.. 

Henry Oliphant Selby, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers .. 

Fras. Geo. A. Wiehe, 5u Lt.Col. (from Major h.p.~) 
Durham Lt. Inf.), Chief Inst, i'chool of Musketry, > 
28 July 94 ) 

St. George Mervyn Kirke, Lt.Col. R. Engineers .. 

Mark Hy. Geo. Goldie, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers .. 

Edm. Percival Wilford, Lt.Col. Gloucester Regt. 

Frederick T. N. Spratt, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers .. 

Wm. Lloyd Brereton, 53 Lt.Col. h.p. Munster Fus... 

Arthur Thomas Preston, Lt. Col. Royal Engineers 

Basil Lloyd Anstruther, Lt. Col. Manchester Regi- } 
ment (63 F.) j 

Wm. Fras. Hungerford Grey, Lt.Col. Indian S. C. 

William Carre Riddell, Lt.Col. Dublin Fus. (103 F.) 

p.s.c. Richard C. B. Lawrence, Lt.Col. 1 Drag. Gds. 

John Miller Elgee Waddy, Lt.Col. Somerset Lt. Inf. 

Arthur R. F. Dorward, DSO. Lt.Col.~R,. Engineers 

George A. L. Rawstorne, Lt.Col. R. Marine Art. .., 

James Stoneman. Lt.Col. Army Service Corps 

Thomas F. Dunscomb Bridge, Lt.Col. R. Marines.. 

Harry Barron, Lt.Col. (from Royal Artillery) 

Robert Maxwell Hyslop, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers.. 

Charles Arthur Ru'ss Sage, Lt.Col. Indian Staff C. 

Charles Grenville Mansel, Lt.Col. Indian Staff C... 

Charles Thomas Bingham, Lt.Col. Indian Staff C. 

Benjamin Alex. Napier Parrott, Lt. Col. Indian S.C 

Douglas Davidson Pryce, Lt.Col. Indian Staff C. .. 

Francis Forsyth Robert Burgess, Lt.Col. Ind. S.C 

Edward Bruce, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

Thos. Johnson Seppings, Lt. Col. York Lt.Inf.(iosF.) 

Thomas Edward Spencer, Lt.Col. Indian Staff C... 

Prank Abbott, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps ... 



14 Sept. 67 
14 Sept. 67 

Deptl. 

13 Dec. 65 



6 Nov. 67 
9 Nov. 67 
2i June 67 



7 Mar. 65 
25 Dec. 67 



8 July 69 
5 Mar. 67 



25 Sept. 67 

8 Jan. 68 

8 Jan. 
8 Jan. 68 
8 Jan. 
8 Jan. 
8 Jan. 



22 Jan. 
22 Jan. 



27 Feb. 69 

Deptl. 

5 Feb. 68 

22 Feb. 68 

Feb. 68 



9 Oct. 69 
8 Sept. 7 1 

Service 

3.«Aug. 67 
4 Jan. 71 

2 Feb. 76 
28 Oct. 71 
22 Mar. 7 1 

3 Aug. 67 

17 July 66 

2t Aug. 69 

18 Jan. 70 
13 June 74 
12 Jan. 66 



72 



14 Sept. 79 
14 Sept. 79 

'3 s /i2 yrs, 

n Sept. 80 
1 Jan. 81 

23 Jan. 85 

6 Nov. 79 
9 Nov. 79 

17 Sept. 77 

24 Aug. 78 

21 Aug. 78 

25 Dec. 79 
14 Sept.3i 
12 Mar. 78 

7 Sept. 82 

17 May 78 
7 Aug. 78 

7 Aug. 78 
9 Oct. 78 

8 Dec. 80 
1 July 78 

1 July 81 
29 Nov. 78 

Dec. 78 

11 May 78 

8 Jan. 80 

8 Jan. 80 
8 Jan. 8c 
8 Jan. 80 
8 Jan. 80 
8 Jan. 
3 Dec. 79 

12 Oct. " 

22 Jan. 80 
22 Jan. 80 

14 Dec. 78 

i2 Dec. 8c 
3 Apr. 80 
i3 8 /i2 yrs 

15 Feb. 8 
22 Feb. 8 
22 Feb. 80 

24 Aug. 

20 Dec. 79 
14 Mar. 80 
i3 8 /i2yrs. 

13 July 78 
24 Dec. 79 

14 June 76 
17 Au, 
28 Oct. 71 
22 Aug. 

2 July 
19 Sept. 80 

1 July 81 

7 Jan. 80 

22 Sept. 80 

2 Oct " 

27 Jnne68'27 Sept. 79 
13 Jan. 69! 1 July 81 
21 Sept. 74 22 June 
15 July 68 22 Jan. 

17 July 73 13 June 79 

28 Oct. 71 1 3 June 80 
12 Jan. 67 25 Mar. 68 • 5 Aug. 77 

12 Feb. 76 in June " 
24 Nov. 69 '10 Apr. 
15 July 63 j 1 May 81 
24 June 68 21 July 79 

Service Ii3 s / I2 yrs. 

3 Aug. 67 6 May 81 
io July 67 1 Jan. 79 
15 July 68 1 May 81 

3 Oct. 71 8 July 80 
20 July 70 8 July 80 
31 Aug. 70 8 July 80 

8 Dec. 70 S July 80 
15 July 711 8 July 80 

71 8 July 
28 Oct. 71 10 July 
10 June 71 11 Aug. 
30 Mar. 70; 1 July 77 



14 Mar. 68 

Deptl. 
30 Oct. 67 



11 Jan. 67 



16 Oct. 66 



31 Aug 



6 Dec. 67 
17 July 66 

17 July 66 
15 Jan. 67 
28 Oct. 71 
28 May 70 

13 Jan. 69 
5 Jan. 67 
5 Jan. 67 

26 Feb. 70 

14 Feb. 70 

22 Feb. 70 

7 July 70 

2 Oct. 70 

8 Sept. 71 

3 Oct. 71 
8 Jan. 68 
1 Feb. 76 

23 Aug. 70 
28 Oct. 71 

15 Jan. 67 

1 Dec. 70 

28 Oct. 71 
Service 

18 Nov. 70 
23 Mar. 70 
28 Oct. 71 

12 May 75 

8 Jan. 6 
3 May 78 
Servicei 
3 Apr 70 
8 Jan. 68 
18 May 69 
8 Jan. 68 

14 Mar. 

15 July 68 
15 Dec. 71 
15 July 68 

13 Jan. 60 



28 Oct. 71 



23 July 65 



•.8 Oct. 



7' 



15 July 68 
15 July 6 



3 June 63 



11 Jan. 67 



Deptl. 
26 June 66 



8 July 68 

8 July f 

8 July 68 

8 July 68 

8 July 68 

8 July 68 27 Oct. 
10 July 68 : " ' 
22 July 68 

2 July 68 



LIEUT. 
COLONRL. 



22 July 68 28 Oct. 71 22 July 80 



14 Sept. 87 

14 Sept. 87 

1 Dec. 88 

29 Sept. 

4 Sept. 86 

24 Jan. 85 

6 Nov. 
9 Nov. 

21 Dec. 
27 June 

10 Jan. 35 

25 Dec. 87 
10 Aug. 90 

30 July 84 

26 Apr. 86 

31 Dec. 86 

20 Aug. 84 

25 Aug. 84 

26 Aug. 84 

1 Dec. 84 

15 Dec. 85 

5 Dec. 87 

7 Au 

27 Au 
10 June 82 

8 Jan. 

8 Jan. 
8 Jan. 
8 Jan. 
8 Jan. 
8 .Ian. 
8 Jan. 

2 Feb. 

22 Jan. 
22 Jan. 

20 Sept. 84 

21 July 86 

21 June 85 

14 Feb. "' 

15 June 83 

22 Feb. 

22 Feb. 

29 Jan. 

2 Mar. 

14 Mar. 

16 Mar. 

28 Oct. 85 

18 Jan. 87 
20 May 82 
27 Feb. 87 

10 June 82 

17 Mar. 87 
1 Oct. 87 

16 June 87 

17 Dec. 87 

29 Oct. 84 

1 July 87 

11 July 87 

19 July 82 
- July 87 

30 Jan. 85 

23 J nly 87 

1 Aug. 3 3 

3 June 88 

15 Mar. 82 

18 Nov. 82 
May 85 
July 87 
June 87 

25 June S9 

15 June 85 

1 Oct. 84 

1 Oct " 
t July 87 
8 July " 
8 July 
S July 
8 July 
8 July 

2 Mar. 81 
13 June 
15 June 85 
22 July 88 



14 Sept. 93 

14 Sept. 93 

15 Sept. 93 

29 Sept.93 

4 Oct. 93 

5 Oct. 9_ 

6 Nov. 93 
9N0V. 93 
1 Dec. 93 
9 Dec. 93 

r6 Dec. 93 

5 Dec. 93 

9 Dec. 93 
31 Dec. 93 

30 Dec. 93 

11 Dec. 93 
1 Jan. 94 
1 Jan. 94 
1 Jan. 94 
1 Jan. 94 

I Jan. 94 

1 Jan. 94 

3 Jan. 94 

4 J an. 94 

7 Jan. 94 

8 Jan. 94 

8 Jan. 94 
8 Jan. 94 
8 Jan. 94 
8 Jan. 94 
8 Jan. 94 

12 Jan. 94 

17 Jan. 94 
22 Jan. 94 
22 Jan. 94 

31 Jan. 94 

3 Feb. 94 

n Feb. 94 

14 Feb. 94 

15 Feb. g4 
22 Feb. 94 

2 Feb. 94 

7 Mar. 94 

8 Mar. 94 
14 Mar. 94 

6 Mar. 94 
19 Mar. 94 

19 Mar. 94 
26 Mar. 94 
28 Mar. 94 

1 Apr. 
1 Apr. 94 
1 Apr. 94 

4 Apr. 94 

5 Apr. 94 

II Apr. 94 

3 May 94 

10 May 94 

11 May 94 

18 May 94 

20 May 94 

21 May 94 

31 May 94 



WHEN 

PLAOEn oir 

HALF PAT. 




13 Nov. 95 



16 Sept. 96 



44 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



CORNET, 
snd LIEUT. 
0TENSTGN. 



John David Fethsrstonhaugh.Zf. Col. Argylland) 

Sutherland Highlanders (93 Foot) $ 

f.t.c. William Andrew Yule, bi LI. Col., (from h. p. I 
Scots Fus.) -D.A.A. General, Bermuda, 7 Nov. 94 j 
Arthur S. H. Gem, Lt.Col. Sussex Regt. (107 F.)... 
Horatio Arthur Yorke, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 
Solomon Chas. Fred. Peile, Major, Indian S. 0. ... 
John James Scott Chisholme, Lt.Col. 5 Lancers ... 

Fred. Augustus Yorke. Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Arthur Howlett. Lt.Col. Indian StaffCorps 

rt.s.c. Arthur J. 0. Pollock, Lt.Col. Scots Fr/iliers 
Fred. H. Whitby, Lt.Col. Durham Lt. Inf (106 F.) 
JohnMorpott Piercy, Zr.CoZ. Dorset Regt. (39 F.)... 
Guthrie H. Jessop, Lt. Co\ Array Service Corps ... 
Somerset Henry Paul Giaves, Lt.Col. Indian S. C. 
n.s.n. Charles L." Mortimer, Lt.Col. Royal Fusiliers 
Edward Wheeler, Major, Royal Marine Artillery... 

Henry Hay, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

Arthur Herbert Nourse, Lt.Col. West Surrey Regt. 
Archibald Mungo Muir, Lt.Col. Indian StaffCorps 
William Arthur Broome, Lt.Col. Indian StaffCorps 

George Barker, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Cuthbert G. Collmgwood, Lt.Col. Lancashire Fus. 
Horatio Reg. Mends, Lt.Col. King's Royal Rifles... 

John Rogers, CB. Lt.Col. Army Service Corps 

Sydney Hume Lynn, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps 

Horalio Dove, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Malcolm Alex. Gray, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps ... 
Arthur Close Bovton, Lt.Col. Somerset Light Inf... 

Edward Owen Hay, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Robert J. Chavtor. Lt.Col. Northampton Regt. ... 
Francis M. Reid, Lt.Col. Highland Lt. Inf. (71 F.) 
HenryGrey Dixon, CB.Li.Col. King's O.Scot.Bord. 
William Gregg, Lt.Col. Leicestershire Regiment .. 

Algernon S. Griffiths, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Lonrenco Edye, Lt.Col. B01 al Marines 

Richard T. E'. Dowse, Lt.Col. Suffolk Regt. (12 F.) 

Frederick M. Turner, Lt.Col. Royal Ariillery 

p.i.c. James C. Barker, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers... 
Henry de Courcy Rawlins, Lt. Col. Scot.Riflcs(26F.) 

James Cameron, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

John Henry Aug. Spyer, Lt.Col. Irish Regt. (18 F.) 
p.K.c. Wm.'Peacocke, CMG, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
Richard Theodore Orpen, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
Henry Thomas Curling, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 
Daniel Alex. Blest, Lt.Col. Essex Regiment (56 F.) 

Audley Dallas Neeld, Major, 2 Life Guards 

James' Ramsay Hobday, Lt.Col. Indian StaffCorps 
George Williams Deane, Lt.Col. Indian StaffCorps 
Edmund George Barrow, Major, Indian StaffCorps 
George, Lord Binning, Mujor, R. Horse Guards 
George Hart Dyke, Lt.Col. NorthumberlandFus 
Francis William Snell, L' . Col. Indian StaffCorps... 
George Robert Rollo Savage, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
Malby Edward Crofton, Lt.Col. Lancaster Regt. ... 
Hy.Kilgour, 53 Lt.Col.h.p. (from Major North umb. ") 
Fus.) Recruiting Staff' Officer, Woolwich.n'Ma.y 95 J 

Robert Purdy, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Charles Haydon W. Cafe, Xf.Cof.Sussex Regt. (35F.) 
Thomas Harding Mackenzie, Lt.Col. Indian S.C.... 
Ered. A. Le Poer Trench, Lt.Col. Army Service} 

Corps (Son. Capt. 1 May 80) j 

George Robert Stone, Lt.Col. Liverpool Regt. (8 F.) 
John Frascr Dingwall Fordyce. Lt.Col. Indian S.C. 
Henry St. Patrick Maxwell, CSI. if. CW. Indian S.C. 
Henry Robert Dacres Thomas, Lt.Col. Indian S.C. 
Alfred Jas. Phayre Nuthall, Lt.Col. Indian S.C 

Kobert V. Day, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps} 
(Hon. Capt. 1 May 80) > 

BenryM.Uathias.OB.W.CW. Gordon Highrs. (75 F.) 

William James Fowler, Lt.Co . Royal Artillery 

Edward D. Newnham-Smith, Lt.Col. Indian S.C... 

Pechell Haslett, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Wm.SenhouseCiarke.tr. Col. Worcester Regt. (29 F.) 

Henry D. Williams, Lt.Col. N.Stafford Regt. (98 F.) 

Henry T. Penrhys Evans, Lt.Col. E. Lane. Regt. 

Adolphus James Price, CMG. Lt.Col. W.York Regt. 

Gejrge William Addison, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Alfred Porcelli, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

James White Thurburn, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Francis John Burridge, Lt.Col. R. Artillery 

Fred. Fras. Johnson, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps 

Charles A. Edes, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps) 
(Uon. Capt. 1 May 80) j 

Frederick Wm. Steele, DSO. Major, A.S. Corps.. 

Arundel James Nixon, Lt.Col. (from Ro.yal Art.) .. 

Frederic Gosset, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Chandos Hoskyns, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

William Bernard Wilson, Lt.Col. Indian Staff C... 

p.s.c. Wm. Aug. Collings, Lt.Col. Berkshire Regt.. 

Edw. Vernon Peshall Monteith.ir. Col. Indians. C 
Henry Campbell Lamb, It. Col. Indian StaffCorps 

Edward Robert fl issey, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers . 

J0V1 Lca.h, Lt.'ol. Itoyal Artillery 



1 Sept. 

2 Oct. 66 
;8 Oct. 71 



22 Aug, 
6 Feb. 



66 



24 Dec. 70 
Dep. Ser. 

2 Sept. 68 

1 Se^t 



i5 Sept. 68 
7 Dec. 67 
30 Sept. 68 
30 Sept. '" 



14 Sept. 67 



Dep. Ser. 
Dep. Ser. 



7 Nov. 68 
24 July 69 



6 Mar. 67 
8 July 68 
23 Dec. 68 



8 Dec. 
1 Aug. 



7 July 6q 
15 Feb. 69 
13 Jan. 
13 Jan. 71 



11 Sept. 80 
7 Nov. 65 
23 Jan. 6 



[6 June 66 
13 Feb. 66 



8 Oct. 71 
3 Feb. 69 

Dep.Serv 



4 Feb. 69 
6 Feb. 60 
10 Feb. 69 
10 Feb. 69 

Dep.Serv 

17 Apr. 69 



i.iect. 

COLONEL. 



28 Oct. 71 

10 Feb. 69 

28 Oct. 71 
13 June 69 
9 Aug. 74 
10 June 72 
10 July 67 
21 Nov. 70 

2 Jan. 69 
9 Aug. 73 

28 Uct. 7: 
«3 2 /i2yrs. 
15 Lee. 69 
28 Oct. 7 
24 June 6 
28 Oct. 71 

12 July 71 
8 Oct. 71 
8 Oct. 71 

3 Jan. 69 

3 Sept. 70 
30 Dec. 77 
i 3 8/ i2 yrs. 
i3*/i2yrs. 

13 Jan. 69 

6 May 71 
28 Oct. 71 
10 July 67 

4 Oct. 

27 Aug. 70 

2 Aug. 71 
24 July 72 

8 Jan. " 

3 Aug. 67 

28 May 7 
8 Jan. 68 

13 Jan. 69 
23 Apr. 74 
13 Jan. 69 
30 Dec. 71 

7 July 69 
7 July 69 

15 July 68 

27 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 71 
28 Mar. 71 
28 Oct. 71 

30 Dec. 71 
1 Apr. 81 

19 Jan. 70 
28 Oct. 7 

7 July 69 
12 Nov. 70 

8 June 70 

15 July 
28 Oct. 71 
28 Oct. 71 

i2 u /ia yrs. 
28 Feb. 74 
28 Oct. 7 

27 Apr. 71 

28 Oct. 71 
28 Oct. 71 

""/is yrs. 

31 May 71 
t 5 July 68 
28 Oct. 71 

7 July 69 

27 Oct. 71 

9 Aug. 73 
?8 0ct. 71 
21 July 71 

7 July 69 
7 July 69 
7 July 69 
15 July 

28 Feb. 74 
T2"/j 2 yrs. 

In Nov. 76 

J15 July 

7 July 69 

7 July 69 

24 Apr. 69 28 Oct. 71 

1 16 Mar. 73 

S May 69'28 Oct. 71 
5 May 69 28 Oct. 7 

1 7 J ,l, .V 6c 

ij Jan. 69 



17 May 79^28 May 84)23 July 94 

1 Aug. 78I 2 Feb. 85 ?5 July 94 

to Feb. 8o| 10 Nov. 83 6 Aug. 94 
3 June 81 15 June 85] 6 Aug. 94 
9 Aug. 85 9 Aug. 941 10 Aug. 94 

2 Mar. 78 2 Mar. 81 12 Aug. 94 
[Jan. 79' j Oct. 84 13 Aug. 94 

22 Au£. 80 22 Aug. 88 22 Aug. 94 

2 Mar 78; 2 Feb. 85:25 Aug. 94 

3 July 79 20 Jan. 84I27 Aug. 94 

6 Apr. 81,25 Sept.89128 Aug. 94 
11 Dec. 88' 1 Sept. 89 1 Sept.94 

2 Sept. 80 2Sept.8S] 2 Sept.94 
2i June 80. 11 Dec. 85' 3 Sept.94 

1 Jan. 79^2 Sept. 87J12 Sept.94 
16 Sept. 80^76 Sept. 88 16 Sept.94 
26 Feb. 87*70 Sept. 85 29 Sept 94 
30 Sept. 80 30 Sept. 8830 Sept.94 
30 Sept 80 30 Sept. 88! 30 Sept.94 
21 June 8(78 Nov. 82 1 Oct. 94 

11 May 78,27 June 8; 15 Oct. 94 

12 Jan. 81 9 Oct. 85 15 Oct. 94 
11 Dec. 88 28 Oct. 89 28 Oct. 94 
71 Dec. 88|28 0ct 89:28 Oct. 94 

1 July 81J19 Oct. 87 3 Nov. 94 

7 Nov. So 7 Nov. 88 7 Nov. 94 
9 Jan. 79^8 Dec. 861 8 Nov. 94 
1 Apr. 79 18 Nov. 82 1 15 Nov. 94 

21 Jan. 8ij 6 Aug. 83J22 Nov, 



20 Apr. 78 j 7 Apr 
72 Feb. 79 17 Feb. 86 

5 Mar. 81 11 Apr. 88 
27 June 79 ( 10 Dec. 84 

1 July 81 18 Dec. 87 
11 Nov. 79 4 June 84 

1 July 79 13 Dec 



1 July 81 

1 1 Oct. 79 
1 July 81 
1 Jan. 81 
7 July 3i 
7 July 81 

76 Aug. 79 
9 Oct. 79 
73 Apr. 87 
73 Jan. 81 

3 Jan. 81 
30 Dec. 83 
14 May 87 
76 Jan. 80 
23 Jan. 87 

7 July 87 1 1 Apr. 
9 July 79 

4 May 80 
16 Aug. 79 

1 2 June 80 
3 Feb. 81 

11 Dec. 88 



7 Feb. 69 

8 Jan. 68 



27 Aug, 7c 
17 Dec. 6 f 



Dep.Serv 



22 Nov. 94 
3 Dec. 94 
3 Dec. 94 
8 Dec. 94 

8 Dec. 94 

9 Dec. 94 
& Dec, 

77 Dec. 871)0 Dec. 94 
30 May 83:75 Dec. 94 
7 Apr. 881 17 Dec, 
3 Oct. 88J 17 Dee. 94 
16 Feb. 87:20 Dec. qi 
7 Apr. 88 1 Jan. 9;. 

6 Feb. 85 4 Jan. 95 
5 July 821 8 Jan. 95 

24 Sept. 87:72 Jan. 95 

7 July 87173 Jan. 95 
73 Jan. 89J73 Jan. o 
it Feb. 87:76 Jan. 95 
22 Dec. 94J;8 Jan. 95 

July 83 21 Jan. 95 



23 Jan. 



19 May 81 
4 Feb. 8i 

6 Feb. 81 
10 Feb. 81 

10 Feb. 81 

11 Dec. 88 

8 Mar. 79 
76 Aug. 79 
27 Feb. 81 

7 July 8 1 
1 Feb. 79 
6 Mar. 80 

24 May 79 
4 Mar. 8o( 
1 July 2 1 
1 July 3i 
1 July Si 
27 Aug. 79 
17 Nov. 83 

11 Dec. 88 

29 June 86 
13 Sept. 79 
7 July 81 
7 July 81 

24 Apr. 87 

4 Oct. 80 

5 May 8 1 
5 May 87 
7 July Si 

25 Sept. 79 



23 Jan. 95 

24 Jan. 95 

25 Ji;.ii. 93 

27 Jan 91 

1 Feb. 95 

2 Feb. 9=, 

3 Feb. 95 

3 Feb. 95 

4 Feb. 95 
4 Feb. 95 
6 Feb. 95 

10 Feb. 95 
10 Feb. 95 



9 Mar. 86 

2 Mar. 81 

16 Feb. 85 

5 Mar. 84 

3 Feb. 89 

3 Feb. 90 

17 Dec. 84 

4 Feb. 89 

6 Feb. 89 
10 Feb " 
10 Feb 

13 Feb. 90I13 Feb. 95 

27 Nov. 83 14 Feb. 95 
24 Feb. 8 (20 Feb. 95 
27 Feb. 89127 Feb. 95 



WHBIT 
FLACEDON 
HALF PAT 



i Apr. 81 
[7 Aug. 86 
77 June 85 
7 June 85 
5 Sept. 83 
7 Apr. 88 
1 Apr. 88 
7 Apr. 88 
1 3 Mar. 85 

1 Apr. 90 

2 Apr. 90 

7 Apr. 90 
79 Mar. ' 
7 Apr. 

4 Apr. 

1 July 87 
28 June 

5 May 89 
5 May 8' 

22 May 8 
7 Apr. 8 



1 Mar. 95 

2 Mar. 9 
6 Mar. 9 

18 Mar. 95 

Mar. 95 
29 Mar. 95 

9 Mar 

29 Mar. 95 

1 Apr. 95 

1 Apr. 95 

2 Apr. 95 

2 Apr. 95 

3 Apr. 95 
9 Apr. 95 

14 Apr. 9 
24 Apr. 95 

30 Apr. 95 
5 May 95 

5 May 951 

6 May 95! 
12 May 95 1 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



45 



j CORNET, I 
2nd LIEUT. j 
OTENSIGJT. 



i Jan. 3o 



29 July 80 



29 May 81 

30 Dec. 76 
1 Nov. 79 

[2 June 81 

1 Jan. 81 



John Deering, Lt.Cal. Cheshire Regiment i 8 July 68 28 Oct. 71 

Charles Whittingham Horsley Douglas, m Lt.Col. \ I 

(from Major h.p. Gordon Highlanders), Dep. >i6Dec. 69*27 Oct. 71 

Assist. Adj. Gen. Aides-shot, 1 Oct. 95 ) 

Vernon Ansdell Schaleh.Z.f.CW. Indian StaffCorps 29 May 6028 Oct. 71 
William Henry Young, Lt.Col. Bedfordshire Regt.Uo June 68 30 Nov. 70 
Charles Duncan Cooper, Lt.Col. Dublin Fusiliers...' 8 July 68 28 Oct. 71 
Gervas Selwyn Eyre, Lt.Col. Indian staff Corps... 12 Jmie69 27 Oct. 71 
p.s. c.Wm.Rnwhjhih.U,muu, Lt. Cvl {I'romMoiorh.p.'i T , . „ ,. 

SufTolkKegt.).X4.Gen«-<i«--m«A,i9June9sJ! 7 Ju, y 6 ? p 8 ° cr - ?» 
Francis Fred. Fyler Roupell.ii'.CW. E. Surrey Regt. ; 5 Oct. 67^4 Sept. 70 

Herbert E3're Roubins. Lt.Col. Royal Marines '22 June 67 3 Aug. 67 

Cosmo George Gordon. Lt CW. Royal Marines 22 June 67; 3 Aug. 67 

p.s.c. Harold Paget. CB. Lt.Col. 7 Hussars .23 Jan. 69 22 Feb. 71 

Charles Napier Miies, Major, 1 Life Guards I (20 Nov. 75 

Lionel Jas. A. Chapman, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... I13 Jan. 69 

y.s.c.Edmund Balfe, Lt.Col. Indian StaffCorps ...,30 June 69 28 Oct. 71 
Hon. John Scott Napier, 01 ' Lt.Col. (irom Gordon; , I , r 

Hldrs.), Insp.of Gymnasia, Aliershot, 12 Feb. 97 ) j 14 Au ~ 6 ?! 17 Ma y 7 1 
Lionel G. Brooke, Lt.Col. Connaught Rangers (94 F.)| 5 May 69 28 Oct. 71 

Sobert Albert Hickson, Lt.Col. The Buff's 26 Juiie67 29 Dec. 69120 Feb. 76 

p.s.c. Arthur Grey 'i'h\y, Lt.Col. N. Lancashire Regt. 8 Jan. 68 24 Apr 

Rowland B. Mai waring, Lt.Col. Welsh Fusiliers.. ; 3 1 Dec. 71 

John Henry Sourgin, Lt Col. Scots fusiliers 15 Feb. 68 28 Oct. 71 

Thomas Cole Porter, Lt. Col. 6 Dragoon Guards : J24 Feb. 73 

John Hy. Edw. Hdide, Lt.Col. Border Regt. (34 F.V 4 Apr. 67^9 Jan. 70 
Charles Fred. Alexander Turnbull, Lt.Col. Duke 1 , r ' r , ,, 

of Cornwall's Light Infantry 1 32 F.) j 9 Mar. 66,22 July 63 

HenryBoughey, Lt.Col. York and Lancaster Kesjt. 27 Nov. 67(28 Oct. 71 
Thos. v/m. Crawford Leathern, Lt. Col. Gloucester i , _ . ,J ,- . , 

Regiment ^ 16 Oct. 66.20 Oct. 69 

St. George Corbet Gore. Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ...j | 8 Jan. 70 

Robert Oliver Lloyd, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers I | 8 Jan. 70 

William John Urr, Lt.Col. Indian Statf Corps i 7 Juiy 69' 19 Apr. 71 

Alex. Wm. Croker Bell, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps I 7 July 69^8 Oct, 
Ceorge Cadell Dcbbs, Lt.Col. Indian StaffCorps ... 7 July 69^8 Oct, 
Duncan A. A. Maepherson, Lt.Col. Indian Staff C I 7 July 69128 Oct, 
Bradshaw L. P. Reilly, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps ! 7 Jul}' 69U8 Oct. 
Charles Weniyss Muir, CLE. Lt.Col. Indian Staff Ci 7 July 69128 Oct, 
Thos. Rolit. M. Macphei'sou, Lt.Col. Indian S. C...| 7 July 69:28 Oct 



LIEUT. 
COLONEL. 



21 Apr. 88^4 May 95 
2 Mar. 81 29 May 93 



1 July $7 29 May 95 

7 Mar. 38 3 June 95 

8 Apr. S8 5 June 95 
12 June 89 1 22 June 95 

18 June 85 19 June 95 
7 Aug. 78J 1 Aug. 82)21 June 95 
2 July 81 22 Juue 88:22 June9. 

2 July 3i 22 June 83 22 June95 

3 July 7q| 15 June 85 26 June 95 



24 Nov. 02 

14 Nov. 70 
30 J une 8 1 

1 7 Apr. 80 

15 Apr. 79 



7 Julv 69128 Oct. 

8 July 69 '28 Oct. 
4 July 69128 Oct. 
4 July 69 28 Oct. 



7 1 
7' 
71 
7i 
71 
9 Aug. 73 

30 Dec. 71 
12 Dec. 68 
1 1 Feb. 75 

8 Jan. 70 

8 Jan. 

8 Jan. 70 
23 July 70 
23 July 70 

23 July 70 
27 Oct. 71 

24 Sept. 70 



Edw. D. Fred. Bignell, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 
*»eo. Brougham Austin, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

Geo. Edw. Money, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

John Clibborn, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

Charles Parker Ridley, Lt.Col. Manchester Regi- > 

vnent (o6Foot) j 

Edw. Cecil Dowse, Lt.Col. Derbyshire Regt. (45 F.) 

Geo. Osborne Smith, Lt.Col. Irish Fusiliers (89 F.) 13 July 67 

John Grogau Glancy, Lt.Col. Leinster Regt. (100 F.)j 

Claude Reignier Conder, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
Woodforde Gee. du Boulay, Lt.Col. Roy. Engineers 
F.dmund "William C'reswell, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Thomas Ryder Main, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Charles William Shorrartl, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
HenryWaugh Rt r •>v-Tailyour,L<.GV. R. Engineers 

Thomas French Ross, Lt.Col. Royal Scots j 8 July 

Fred. Seymour Allen, Lt.Col. E. Yorkshire Regt.. ..'18 Nov. 

p.s. c. Arthur F. Barrow. C.I/ 6/. DiO.Lf.CW.lnd.S.C ( i8 Aug.69 2S Oct. 71 

Wm. Butler Ferris, Lt. r "l Indian Staff Corps 18 Aug. 69: 7 Oct. jj 

Hugh Claude E. Lucas L . Col. Indian Staff Corps;2i Aug. 69. 7 Oct, 

Atwell Robert Porter, Lc.Col. Indian StaffCorps... 21 Aug. 69 28 Oct. 

Edw. Chamier KelUe, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps.. 

Alfred Robert Martin, Major, Indian StaffCorps... 

Robert Alex. Wahab, CLE. Major, Royal Engineers 

Wm. A. D'Oyly O'Mealy, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

George Hy. Robinson, Major, Indian Staff Corps... 

p.s.c. Beauchamp Uaii'.CrE. Major, Indian Staff C. 

Edgar Gaussen, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps) 

(Ron. Captain 6 Mar. 80) j 

p.s.c. Theodore E. Stephenson, Lt.Col. Essex) 

Regt. (44 F.) S 

Andrew Green Thompson, Lt.Col. 6 Dragoons 

Geoffrey G.Grimwood,£f.CW. King's R. Rides (60F.) 

William Pitt, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Charles Wilkinson, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

George Francis De Bude Davidson, Lt.Col. (from 1 

Major, h.p. Royal Highlanders) ; Recruiting > 

Staff Officer, Birmingham, 1 May 96 1 

George Humphrys Leathern, Lt.Col. (from Major ) 

East Surrey Regiment), Rec raiting Staff Officer, - 

Manchester, 16 Dec. 96 ) 

William Moore, Lt.Col. South Staffordshire Regt.... 

Horatio Holt Hart, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Arthur Davidson,' 11 AfJ'0. Lt.Col. h.p. (from) 

Major King's R. Rides), Equerry to the Queen... j 
Charles Maximilian Western, Lt. Col. Royal Artillery 



21 Aug. 69 28 Oct. 

I 2 Deo. 

I29 Apr. 

12 Feb. 



Dep.&h.p 



9 Aug. 73 
■7 Aug. 74 

»3*/i« yrs. 

21 Sept.74 

30 Dec. 7: 
24 July 72 
23 July 70 
23 July 70 



2 Mar. 66 ig Feb. 67 

23 Mar. 67 11 Apr 68 
28 Feb. 74 



30 May 77 22 Nov 
13 June 80 ic Oct. 85 



19 Feb. 79 
5 Oct. 78 
7 Jan. 80 



26 Ma j- 80 
3 Apr. 78 
22 June 80 



Dec. 93 ! 26 June 9; 
7 Apr. 85J 30 June 95 

Juue kg 30 June 95 

2 Mar. 81 1 July 95 

1 July 61 t July 95 
14 Mar. 83! 1 July 95 

1 July 9 = 
1 July 95 



2 N'.v. 8 

17 Mar. 80 

31 Mar. 86 



July 95 
1 July o- 
1 July £5 

1 July 95 

1 July 95 



- Apr. 86 

23 Mar. 87 

17 June 91 i 1 July 93 
8 Jan. 82 16 Feb. 87 1 2 July 95 
8 Jan. 82 1 July s8j 2 July 
7 July 81 7 July 89; 7 July 95 
7 July 81 7 July 8 9 ; 7 July 95 
7 July 81 7 July 89 7 July 
7 July 81 7 July 89 7 July 95 
7 July 81 7 July 89! 7 July 95 
7 July 81 7 July 8gj 7 July 95 
7 July 81 7 July 89I 7 July 95 

7 July 81 7 July 8qI 7 July 95 

8 July 81 8 July 89J 8 July 95 

14 July 81 '4 July 89' 14 July 95 
4 July 81 14 July 89: 14 July 95 

13 Dec. 70 30 Sept.84J2S July 95 

23 Mar. 81 2r July 85 5 Aug. 9 

6 Mar. 80 n Apr. 85 12 Aug. 95 

7 Jan. 82 3 Mar. 86ii2 Aug. 95 
3 Jan. 82 1 July 88 12 Aug. 95 
3 Jan. 82 14 July 88' 12 Aug. 95 

8 Jan. 82 1 Aug. 88 12 Aug. 95 

23 July 82 18 Dec. 83 12 Aug. 95 
23JUI}' 82li8Dec. 8S'i2Aug.9 5 
2) July 82 :8 Dec. 88 12 Aug. 95 

24 Nov. 77U1 June85 : i4 Aug. 95 

15 Aug. 77 j 6 May 8o;i5 Aug. 95 
18 Aug. 8i|i6 Feb. 87I18 Aug. 95 
18 Aug. 81 18 Au 



Aug. 81 
Aug. 81 
21 Aug. 8i 
2 Dec. 85 
8 Jan. 85 
8 Jan. 85 
8 Jan. 85 
8 May 80 

11 Dec. 88 
1 July 81 

1 Mar. 79 
1 Oct. 81 

23 July 8i! 

23 July 82 

11 Nov. 76 



2 Mar. 78 



2[ Au 
21 An 
21 Au 



Aug. 95 
21 Aug. 95 
21 Aug. 95 
21 Aug. 95 
2 Sept. 91 1 28 Aug. 9 5 
5 Dec. 92 28 Aug. 95 
12 Feb. 93 28 Aug. 9 5 
9 Aug. 93 ! 28 Aug. 9 5 
1; Aug. 94J28 Aug. 9 



3 Sept. 90 

17 Nov. 83 
29 July 83 

4 Nov. 85 
1 3 Dec. 88 

18 Dec. 88 

11 July 3 



28 Nov. 83 



3 Sept. 95 

16 Sept.95 

17 Sept.95 

18 Sept.95 
24 Sept.95 

1 Oct. 95 

6 9 Oct. 95 
16 Oct. 95 



18 Nov. 33; 16 Oct 
10 Jan. 39 



4 Oct. 81 
23 July 70 23 July 82 
10 Sept. 76:23 Apr. 85J23 Apr. 85 
7 July 69 1 24 Jan. 80I25 May 85 



9 Aug. 74 1 1 Oct. S3I 9 Oct. 90 
22 Sept.75!i6 Jan. 85! 4 Feb. 91 



John Cuarles Fred. Gordon, ClE.Lf.Col. Indians. CJ 10 Nov. 69 28 Oct. 71(10 Nov. 81 1 10 Nov. 
Charles Ernest Heath, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps 
Douglas Minto Allen, Lt.Col. West India Regiment 
John Stacpole," Lt. Col. (from Major h.p. Army ) 
Service Corps) ; D.A.A.G.Porismouth,i^ov.gs) 
Charle-s Henry Vmceut Garbett, Lt.Col. Indian S.C. 
i Joseph Alexander Lambert, Lt.Col. 2 Dragoon Gds 



I21 Jan. 74 

I 
17 Nov. 69 28 Oct. 71 
2 Dec. 74 



26 Mar. 34'n Feb. 91 

17 Nov. 81 17 Nov. 89 
1 Dec. 80 21 July !~~ 



95 



22 Oct. 95 

1 Nov. 95 

1 Nov. 95 
10 Nov. 95 

12 Nov. 95 

13 Nov. 95 

13 Nov. 95 

17 Nov. 95 
20 Nov. 95 



Andrew William Proudl'oot ,/.<.CW. Indian S. Corps^ Nov. 69 8 Oct. 71 24 Nov. 81 24 Nov. 89,21 Nov. 95 



PLACED OK 
HALF HI 



9 Oct. 93 



1 Nov. 95 



4 6 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



GOUKEI, 

2nd lieut. 

OTENSIGN. 



Owen Yidal Boddy, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

p.s.c. Wm. Thompson Adair, Major, Royal Marines 
.Edward Ernest Pyne, Major, h.p. Royal Marines, } 

Barrack Master, Chatham S 

Alfred O.DeBlaquiere Nepean,3/a/c»\R. Marines... 
Robert Francis Trotter, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 
Aubrey de Vere Alexander, Lt.Col. Indian S. Corps 

Augustus West Hill, Lt.Col. Middlesex Regt 

Francis Seymour Allen, Lt.Col. Worcester Regt.... 
p.s.c. James M. Grierson. Major, Royal Artillery... 

Bloomfield Gough, Lt.Col. g Lancers 

Edw. Archibald Young, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

Charles H. B. Norcott, Lt.Col. Kifle Brigade 

p.s.c. John Reeves, Lt.Col. Irish Fusiliers 

Layard Livingstone Fenton, Lt.Col. Indian S. C 

Mortimer Graham Neeld, Lt. Col. 17 Lancers 

Harry H. Rose Heath, Major, Indian Staff Corps ... 
Seymour Chas. H. Monro, Mujor, Seaforth Hldrs.... 
p.s.c. John William Godfray, Major, King's Own ( 

Scottish Borderers 5 

George DalrympleM. Nisbett, 63 Major, h.p. Bed- > 

ford Regiment i 

John Dacres Cunningham, Major, Royal Artillery 
Frederick Stapleton Gwatkin, Major, Indian S. C. 
Ud Fenton John Aylmer, Captain, Royal Engineers 

John Eccles Nixon, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Alan Coddington Batten, Major, Indian Staff Corps 
William Leslie Davidson, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery... 
Alfred Astley Pearson, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 
Willoughby Pitcairn Kennedy, Lt.Col. Indian S.C. 
Henry Macan Mason, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps ... 

Francis Stevenson, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

Henry Robert Roberts, Lt. Col. Lincolnshire Regt.... 

George Hawkes, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

Francis Fawkes Johnstone, Major (from h.p. j 

Bedford Regt.) ; Inspector of Warlike Stores, r 

1 Apr. 97 ) 

Wm. Hy. Riddell, Lt.Col. Bedfordshire Regt 

Chas. C. Hayford Thorold, It. Col. Welsh Fusiliers. 
Chas. Boyd Wilkieson, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 
George D. F. Sulivan,i«.C'oi. 4 Dragoon Guards.. 
James Arthur Strachan, Lt.Col. Oxford Lt. Inf. ... 
Robert G. W. Hepbume, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 
p. s.c. Jas. Wolfe Murray, Major, Royal Artillery ... 
Fred. Thos. Clayton, Major, Army Service Corps 
Arden Lowndes Bayley, Major, West India Regt.... 
p.s.c. Herbert E. Belfield, i'/.CoZ.WestRidingRegt. 
p.s.c. Hugh M. Sinclair, M ajor, Royal Engineers ... 
Wm. Edw. Morrison Rough, Lt. Col. 7 Dragoon Gds. 
Arthur Reginald Fraser, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery... 
p.s.c. John W. Thos. Spencer, Lt.Col. R. Artillery 

Henry Leycester Aylmer, Lt. Col. 16 Lancers 

Lionel Fred. Graham, Li. Col. Army Ord. Dept.} 

{Son. Lt.Col. 24 Aug. 83) j 

Ernest Houghton, Lt.Col. Army Ord. Dept. S 

(Hon. Lt.Col. 21 May 84) j 

Ernest Elliott Markwick, Lt.Col. Army Ord.} 

Dept. (Hon. Lt.Col. 9 Dec. 85) $ 

Richard Terrick Stainforth, Lt.Col. Army Ord. } 

Dept. (lion. Lt.Col. 6 Jan. 86) j 

Wm. Butterworth Cooke, Lt.Col. Army Ord.} 

Dept. (Hon. Lt.Col. 12 Mar. 86) j 

Fred. Octavius Leggett, Lt.Col. Army Ord. Dept. } 

(Hon. Lt.Col. 30 Sept. 87) J 

John Langford Wheeler, JW.CV. Army Ord. Dept. } 

(Hon. Lt.Col. 10 Oct. 88) j 

Robt. Fulke Noel Clarke, Lt.Col. Army Ord.Dept. } 

(Hon. Lt.Col. 6 Jan. 89) ) 

Herbert Thornton Wyon, Lt.Col. Army Ord.} 

Dept. (Hon. Lt.Col. 9 July 90) j 

Chas. Wm. Hy. Tate, Lt.Col. Army Ord. Dept.} 

(Hon. Lt.Col. 20 Dec. 90) ) 

Edward Heath, Lt.Col. Army Ord. Dept. (Hon.\ 

Lt.Col. 24 Dec. 90) j 

Chas. Gilchrist Jeans, Lt.Col. Army Ord.Dept.} 

(Hon. Lt.Col. 12 Jan. 91) j 

Geo. Dalrymp'-? Fanshawe, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Edward Dickinson, Lt.Col. Royal Kngineers 

Wm. Fred. Ciu-teis, Lt. Col. Cheshire Regiment 

Reginald Campbell Ka.dow,DSO.Lt. CoZ. Indian S.C. 
Walter Waterheld Ward, Lt.Col. East York Regt.... 

Chas. Hy. Kelly, Lt.Col. Provisional Battalion 

William Alex. Ramsay, Lt.Col. 4 Hussars 

William Henry M'Laren, Lt.Col. 1 Dragoons 

Albert Edw. Ommanney, Lt.Col. The Buffs 

p.s.c. Edwd. A.W. S. Grove. Lt.Col. West Kent Regt 

Thomas Perrott, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Henry G. Mainwaring, Lt. Col. S. Wales Borderers 
Geo. Dodsworth Stawell, Major (from h.p. Devon- } 

shire Regt.), Assist. Adj. Gen., Deesa, 15 June96 S 
Fras. Hugh Plowden, Lt. Col. Oxford Lt. Inf. (52 F.) 
p.s.c. Edward R. Courtenay, Lt.Col. 11 Hussars 
John Jerome Quill, Major, h.p. Royal Marines, } 

Barrack Master, Deal, 14 Aug. 97 ) 



27 Apr. 7c 
15 Dec. 60 
14 Aug. 67 



23 July 
6 Dec. 



8 Dec. 69 
S Dec. 60 



24 Sept. 71 
8 J une 7c 



8 Feb. . 
8 Feb. 70 
8 Feb. 7c 
8 Feb. 70 
19 Feb. 67 
•9 Feb. 7^ 

2 Sept. 68 



13 June 
5 Feb. 71 



1 Aug. 80 

23 Sept. 71 

25 Sept.69 
Depart- 



6 Dec. 


67 


6 Dec. 


67 


28 Oct. 


71 


28 Oct. 


71 


1 Jan. 


7<> 


9 Mar. 


72 


9 Oct. 


77 


28 Oct. 


71 


28 Oct. 


71 


28 Oct. 


7' 


21 Jan. 


74 


8 Jan. 


70 


12 Nov 


73 


24 July 


72 


17 May 


77 


28 Oct. 


7J 


28 Oct. 


7' 


12 Sept 


72 


27 Mar. 


7' 


27 July 


80 


10 Sept 


•7S 


10 Sept 


■75 


7 July 


6q 


28 Oct. 


71 


28 Oct. 


7 1 


28 Oct. 


7i 


28 Oct. 


7' 


15 Feb. 


71 


28 Oct. 


71 


22 Feb. 


7 1 


30 Dec. 


71 


13 June 


74 


23 July 


70 


28 Oct. 


71 


28 Oct. 


71 


8 Jan. 


70 


12 Sept 


.72 


29 Nov. 


76 


1 July 


&i 


26 Feb. 


76 


12 Feb. 


74 


28 Oct. 


71 


8 Jan. 


70 


8 Jan. 


70 


28 Oct. 


71 



mental 



Depart- mental 
Depart- mental 



Depart- 



Depart- 
Depart- 
Depart- 
Depart- 
Depart- 
Depart- 
Depart- 



27 Apr. 70 



1 Sept.69 
30 Oct. 69 



2 May 68 



mental 
15 Jan. 67 
mental 
mental 
mental 
mental 
mental 
mental 

mental 

8 Jan. 70 
23 July 70 

13 Apr. 72 
28 Oct. 71 
30 Apr. 73 

26 June 72 

14 Jan. 71 

1 5 Mar. 74 

27 Oct. 71 
12 Nov. 73 

1 Dec. 7c 
21 Sept.73 

Feb. 70 

5 Oct. 72 
9 Aug. 73 

24 June 68 



23 July 82 
1 July Si 

1 July 81 

1 July 81 
8 Dec. 81 
8 Dec. 81 
27 Sept. 80 
29 June 81 

20 Jan. 80 
17 July 78 
15 Dec. 81 

1 Apr. 79 
25 June Si 

8 Jan. 82 

7 Jan. 82 

24 July 84 

25 Apr. 80 

22 Dec. 79 

9 Mar. 79 

21 Dec. 81 
27 Mar. 84 

Oct. 89 
10 Sept.86 
10 Sept.86 
24 Jan. 80 

8 Feb. 82 
8 Feb. 82 
S Feb. 82 
8 Feb. 82 

17 May 79 
19 Feb. 82 

10 Sept.77 

19 June 70 
2 S 0ct. 82 

23 July 82 
24June 76 

19 Sept.79 

24 Mar. 80 

1 Nov. 81 
4 June 84 
8 Sept.86 

20 Ma3* 85 
12 Feb. 85 

22 Mar. 79 
12 Apr. 80 
12 May 80 

11 Dec. 8o 

Service 
Service 
Service 
Service 
Dep.Serv. 
Service 
Service 
Service 
Service 
Service 
Service 

Service 

12 May 80 
23 July 82 
16 Aug. 82 
27 Apr. 82 
*5 Jan. 84 

18 June 3i 

2 Mar. 79 
30 Sept. 80 

1 Nov. 78 

13 Apr. 81 

2 Dec. 80 
7 July 80 

19 May 80 

19 Aug. 81 
1 July 8r 

1 July 81 



12 Jan. 89 
6 Dec. 88 

6 Dec. 88 

6 Dec. 88 
8 Dec. 89 
8 Dec. 89 
8 May 8s 
3 Oct. 88 
23 Nov. 95 
2 Mar. 81 

15 Dec. 89 
1 Jan. 84 

25 Jan. 88 
8 Jan. 90 

27 Apr. 86 

16 Feb. 87 

26 Apr. 88 

6 June 88 



i Aug. i 

.Sept.! 
July < 
1 Oct. < 

> Sept.c 

> Sept.t 
June i 
July i 

! Feb. c 
Feb. c 
I Feb. c 
i Apr. I 
1 Feb, 



90 



1 Apr. 96 



10 Oct. SS 

29 Mar. 92 
16 July 90 
15 June 8 5 
15 Aug. 8a 
15 Jan. 86 

5 Aug. 85 

9 Jan. 89 

3 Apr. 92 

4 Jan. 93 
1 Feb. 93 
1 Jan. 94 

26 Aug. 84 

1 Sept.85 

I 9 Sept.85 

10 Sept. 90 

28 u /i 2 y rs - 
23°/i2yrs. 
23 9 /i 2 yrs. 
2 5 3 / 12 yrs. 
2S 3 /i 2 yrs. 
25'/uyrs. 

237i 2 yi-s. 

23 9 /i 2 yrs. 
23'7i 2 y*s. 
22 1, /i 2 yrs. 
22"/ )2 yrs. 

22 n /i2yrs 

9 Sept. 8; 
1 Apr. 8c, 

10 Oct. 88 21 Apr 
27 Apr. 90 27 Apr. 

6 Aug. 91^9 Apr. 
13 May 91 1 May 



LIEUT. 
COLONEL. 



WHEN 
PLACED OS 
HALF PAT. 



5 Dec 051 

6 Dec. 951 

6 Dec. 95 

6 Dec. 95 

3 Dec. 95 
8 Dec. 95 

11 Dec. 95 

11 Dec. 95 

12 Dec. 95 
15 Dec. 95 

15 Dec. 95 

16 Dec. 95 

1 Dec. 95 
8 Jan. 96 

15 Jan. 96 
22 Jan. 96 
22 Jan. 96 

22 Jan. 96 

2 Jan. 96 

22 Jan. 96 
22 Jan. 96 
22 Jan. 96 
22 Jan. 96 
22 Jan. 96 

25 Jan. 96 
8 Feb. 96 
8 Feb. 96 
8 Feb. 96 
8 Feb. 96 

17 Feb. 96 
19 Feb. 96 

26 Feb. 96 

26 Feb. 96 

4 Mar. 96 
: 1 Mar. 96 
11 Mar. 96 

16 Mar. 96 
15 Mar. 96 

:5 Mar. 96 
.5 Mar. 96 
rs Mar. 96 
:$ Mar. 96 
:5 Mar. 96 
;i Mar. 96 
1 Apr. 96 
1 Apr. 96 
1 Apr. 96 



17 Mar. 56 



1 Apr. 
1 Ap 
1 Apr. 
1 Apr. 
1 Apr. 

I Apr. 
1 Apr. 
1 Apr. 
1 Apr. 
1 Apr. 

1 Apr. 

II Apr. 
20 Apr. 



30 Sept.96 



21 May 84 
19 June 85 
30 Nov. 85 
18 Nov. 82 
21 July 86 
2 Nov. 85 

1 15 May 85 
I 1 Sept.86 
10 Apr. 89 
24 June 89124 June 



„May 
20 May 
23 May 
27 May 
30 May 

9 June 



15 June 96! 

96 

96 14 Aug. 97 



17 June ( 
1 7 June < 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



47 



COENET, 
2ndLIEUT. 
OrENSIGN. 



Augustus John English, Lt.Col. 14 Hussars 

Henry John Blagrove, Lt.Col. 13 Hussars 

Son. Walter Philip Alexander, X^. Col. 2 Dragoons... 
Ernest Arraond Barclay, Lt. Col. Indian Statf Corps 
Charles Oldtield Nicholetts, Lt.Col. Indian Staff C, 
James Hayes Sadler, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps ... 

John Edmund Mem, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

Geo. Eadley Hobbs, Lt.Col. Army Ord. Dept 

Gordon George Monck-Mason. Lt.Col. Royal Art.... 
Malcolm Edw. H. Owen Welch, Lt.Col. Indian S.C. 
William Frederick Noel Noel, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
p.t.c. John F. G. Ross of Bladensburg, 65 CB. \ 

Lt.Col. h.p. (from Major Coldstream Guards)... j 
p.s.c. Wm. Edm. Franklyn, Lt.Col. Yorkshire Regt. 
Francis John William Eustace, Lt.Col. Royal Art.... 
James Volant Vashou Baker, Lt. Col. Royal Art. ... 
Edward Beresford Coke, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 
Henry Spencer Wheatley, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

Ralph Bromtield W. Fisher, Lt.Col. 10 Hussars 

Charles Aug. Rochlbrt-Boyd, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
Monier Williams Skinner, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
Fras. Edw.'.R. Pollard-Urquhart, Lt.Col. Royal Art. 
Walter Hanbury White, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers... 
James Montague T. Badgley, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
Henry William Duperier, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers... 
Harry Howlett Young, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps... 
Wm. Egginton Briggs, Lt.Col. Hampshire Regi- 7 

ment (67 F.) j 

p.t.c. Wm. W. Cole-Verner, 6d Major (from h.p.) 

Rifle Brigade), Prof. R. Mil. College 1 Sept. 96 j 
Edward Evans Kenny, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps... 
Geo. D. Campbell Ga;-trell, Lt.Col. Indian Staff C... 
George Lindsay Garstin, Lt. Col. Indian Staff Corps 
Frederick Arthur Aylmer, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery... 
Ferdinando Wallace Bennet, Lt.Col. R. Engineers... 
Charles James Long, Lt.Col. (from Royal Artillery) 
Arthur Gambier Holland, 68 Lt.Col. h.p. (from )_ 

Major 15 Hussars) ) 

"S C Robert BellewAdams,iii'a/o>-, Indian Staff Corps 
Thomas Currie, CB. Lt.Col. N. Stafford Regt. (64 F.) 

Alfred Heathcote, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

p.s.c. George Fitzherbert Browne, 69 DSO. Lt.Col. 

h.p. (from Major Northampton Regiment), 

Military Attache, Pelcin, 19 Sept. 96 

John Stratford Collins, Lt.Col.W. Surrey Regt. (2 F.) 
James Hurley Rosseter, Lt.Col. Royal Arttllery ... 

Lawrence Worthington Parsons, Lt.Col. R. Art 

Charles Carroll Rich, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Richard Thompson, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Edm. Jas.Thos. Ross of Bladensburg.W.CW.R Eng. 
Stewart M'Murdo Maycock, Lt.Col. R. Engineers... 
Wm. Robert Le Geyt Anderson, Lt.Col. Indian S.C. 
Jokn Wm. Edward Angelo, Zt.CW. Indian Staff C... 

Edward John Dewing, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Herbert Wm. Bractenburj-, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Noel Montagu Lake, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers. 

Charles Haggard, Lt.Col. Irish Rifles 

Robert Wm. P. Robertson, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery.. 
Arthur Law Woodland, Lt. Col. Durham Lt.Inf.(68F. 
Henry Vaughan Hunt, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery .... 
Edward Stokes Evans, Lt.Col. Muuster Fus. (101 F,. 
George Frankland Francis, Lt.Col. Indian Staff C. 
Henry Lake Wells, CIE. Lt.Col. Royal Engineers... 
William M'Carthy O'Leary, Lt. Col. S.Lancashire > 

Regiment (40 P.) $ 

John Willoughby Wray, Lt. Col. Indian Staff Corps. 
Charles Sim B. Parsons, Major, Royal Artillery ... 
George Evan Lloj'd, DSO.Lt.Col. WestRidingRegt. 
Eaton Aylmer Travers, Major, Indian Staff Corps... 
Francis Reginald Wingate.'OB. DSO. Captain, R, Art, 
J. Grenfell Maxwell," DS0.3fajor,h.p. Black Watch 
Ernest Frederic David, Captain, Royal Marines... 
David Francis Lewis, Major, Cheshire Regiment 
Hector Archibald MacDunald, CB. DSO. Major, 

Royal Fusiliers 

p.s.c. Fred. W. Kitchener, Major, West York Regt.. 
p.s.c. John Fras. Burn-Murdoch, Major, 1 Dragoons 
Geo. Wm. Hacket Pain, Major, Worcester Regt. ... 

John Collinson, Major, Northampton Regiment 

Charles VereF.Townshend, CB. Captain, Indian S.C 
Laurence Julius E. Bradshaw, Major, Indian S. C. 

Ernest De Brath, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Edward Raban, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Henry Chas. Savage, Lt. Col. S. Stafford Regt. (38 F.) 
Henry Averell Eagar, Lt.Col. Irish Rifles (86 F.) ... 

Lewis Edmund Coker, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Alexander Masters, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

Alexander Nelson Rochfort, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Martin Martin, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

p.t.c. Gerard Charles Kitson, 67 Lt.Col. h.p. (fiom~) 
Major, King's Royal Rifles), Commandant S.M. > 

College, Kingston, Canada ) 

p.t.c. Rees J. F. Banfield, Lt. Col. Welsh Regt. (69F.) 



3 Feb. 69 
6 July 70 
6 July 70 
6 July 70 
6 July 70 
Depart- 

20 July 70 



3 Aug. 70 



27 Aug. 70 



30 Dec. 73 
:i Feb. 75 
o May 71 
6 June 71. 
6 J une 7 t 
:8 0ct. 71 
18 Oct. 71 
mental 
8 Jan. 70 
28 Oct. 71 
!3 July 70 

5 July 68 

3 June 74 
8 Jan. 70 
S Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 70 

28 Oct. 71 

27 June 74 
23 July 70 

4 Jan. 71 
8 Jan. 70 
4 Jan. 71 
4 Jan. 71 
4 Jan. 71 

28 Oct. 71 

27 Mar. 72 



3 Sept.70 
3 Sept.70 
3 Sept.70 



24 July 69 



6 July 70 
2 Jan. 60 



1 Oct. 70 

2 Oct. 70 



1 Feb. 67 



5 Nov. 70 



17 Apr. 69 
12 Nov. 70 



22 Mar. 79 



Jan. 80 

4 Dec. 78 
22 Jan. 79 



16 Jan. 84 
16 Mar. 83 
24 Nov. 77 
6 July 82 
6 July 82 
6 July 82 
6 July 82 
Service 
9 July 80 
20 July 02 
23 July 82 

18 Mar. 85 

30 Mar. 3 1 
9 July 80 

28 July 80 
1 Aug. 80 

3 Aug. 82 
28 Apr. 82 
23 July 82 

4 Jan. 83 
10 Aug. 80 

4 Jan. 83 
4 Jan. 83 
4 Jan. 83 
27 Aug. 82 

8 June 81 



12 Nov. 

28 Oct. 

Oct. 

28 Oct. 

8 Jan. 

4 Jan. 
'■3 Juiy 
28 Oct. 

11 Sept 
28 Feb. 
4 Jan. 



73 13 Apr. 81 

71 3 Sept.82 
71 3 Sept.82 
71 30 May 83 
70 1 Sept. 80 
71I 4 Jan. 83 

70 11 Feb. 80 

71 29 Apr. 79 

.76 11 Sept. 87 

74 12 Mar. 81 
71 4 Jan. 83 



LIEUT, 
COLONEL. 



17 Aug. 871 
8 Jan. 90) 

5 July 86 

6 July 90 
6 July 90 
6 July 90 
6 July 90 

22 11 / ]2 yrs.! _ 

25 Dec. 85 ! i6 

20 July 9020 

1 Apr. 

10 Nov. 



20 Apr. 

25 Dec. 
20 Jan. 
20 Jan. 

3 Aug. 90 
12 Feb. 9 
18 Nov. 8 
1 7 Apr. 8< 

26 Jan. 8 
3 May 81 
7 May 81 

10 May 89 
7 Aug, 90 

29 Aug. 8 6 



28 Oct. 71 16 Dec. 82 



30 Nov. 70 



28 Oct. 71 
4 Jan. 71 
23 July 70 
23 July 70 
4 Jan. 71 
4 Jan. 71 
4 Jan. 71 
;8 Oct. 71 
;8 Oct. 71 
4 Jan. 71 
4 Jan. 71 
2 Aug. 71 

27 Mar. 72 
4 Jan. 71 

12 Oct. 70 
4 Jan. 71 

13 June 74 

28 Oct. '71 
2 Aug. 71 

15 Feb. 71 

23 Oct. 71 
17 Aug. 74 

29 Nov. 76 

10 Sept.75 

27 July 80 
1 July 81 
1 Sept. 81 

11 Feb. 75 

1 July 81 
11 Sept. 76 

2 Feb. 81 
20 Nov. 75 

8 May 80 

1 Feb. 8: 

10 Sept.75 

11 Sept. 76 

2 Aug. 71 
13 June 74 

2 Dec. 74 
4 Jan. 71 

28 Oct. 71 
4 Jan. 71 
7 July 69 



16 Mar. 8 
13 Mar. 8 
16 Sept.8 

27 Nov. 8- 
4 Jan. 83 
4 Jan. 83 
4 Jan. 83 

1 Oct. 82 

2 Oct. 82 
4 Jan. 83 

1 Feb. 81 

2 Aug. 83 

19 Nov. 81 
9 Feb. 81 

29 June 75 
26 Feb. 81 
1 July 81 
, 5 Nov. S2 
I 2 Aug. 83 

20 Mar. 78 

12 Nov. 82 

13 Oct. 83 
20 June 83 
10 Sept. 86 

14 Jan. 89 

28 Nov. 87 
31 May 90 
20 Feb. 84 

18 Jan. 88 



23 Sept. 71 



11 Nov 
18 Jan. 
15 Feb. 
20 Aug. 

1 Feb. 

10 Sept 

11 Sept. 

2 Aug. 

3 Feb. 
18 Jan. 
27 Feb. 
30 Nov. 

9 Mar. 
11 May 



2 Dec. 91 

3 Sept. 90 
3 Sept. 90 
3 Sept. 90 
5 Feb. 86 
5 June 8 s 
9 Feb. 86! 10 

12 June 



July 96 
July 96 
July 96 
July 96 
July 36 
July 96 
July 96 
July 96 
July 96 
July 96 
July 96 

July 96 

July 96 
July 96 
Aug. 96 
Aug. 96 
Aug. 96 
Aug. 96 
Aug. 96 
Aug. 96 
Aug. 96 
Aug. 96 
Aug. 96 
Aug. 96 
Aug. 96 



27 July 96 



29 Aug. 96 



11 Sept. 96 
1 July 88 
11 June 89 



** 



22 Nov. 90 



29 Sept. 
29 Oct. 
1 July 
7 July 
21 June 
25 June 
25 June 

1 Oct. 

2 Oct. 
6 July 
1 Oct. 

20 July 

3 Aug. 
9 Oct. 

>3 Mar. 
C2 Oct. 

1 Apr. 

5 Nov. 
31 July 



Sept. 96 

Sept. 96 
Sept. 96 
Sept. 96 
Sept. g6 
Sept. 06 
Sept.96 

Sept.96 

Sept.96 
14 Sept.96 
16 Sept.96 

19 Sept. 96 



86 29 Sept. 
"6 30 Sept, 
' 1 Oct. 
1 Oct. 
1 Oct. 
1 Oct. 
1 Oct. 
1 Oct. 
p. Oct. 
7 Oct. 
12 Oct. 
19 Oct. 

28 Oct. 

29 Oct. 
31 Oct. 

1 Nov. 

4 Nov. 

5 Nov. 

6 Nov. 



13 Aug. 83 

12 Nov. 90 

14 Oct 

15 June 85 
2 Nov. 

15 Jan. 89 

17 Aug. 89 

1 June 90 

14 Jan. 91 

8 July 9 



82 7 Mar. 92 

85 3 Aug. 92 

86 16 May 94 
84 30 May 94 
92 10 July 95 
.86 10 Sept. 95 

87 ii Sept. 90 
S3 6 Aug. 89 
82 23 Aug. " 
82 28 Dec. 

81 29 Oct. 

82 30 Nov. 90 
81 15 June 85 
82|i6Dec. 88 



11 Feb. 75 1 Jan. 85 
28 Oct. 71 8 Mar. 81 



27 July 92 
1 Aug. 



11 Nov. 

1 2 No v. 
18 Nov. 
18 Nov. 
18 Nov. 
18 Nov. 
18 Nov. 
18 Nov. 
18 Nov. 



18 Nov. 96 



1 3 Nov. 
18 Nov. 
18 Nov. 
18 Nov. 
i8Noy. 
18 Nov. 
18 Nov. 
23 Nov. 
25 Nov. 
25 Nov. 
30 Nov, 
30 Nov. 

2 Dec. 

6 Dec. 



WHEN 
PLACED 01T 
HALF PAT. 



I Sept.96 



10 Sept.96 



19 Sspt.96 



S Sept.97 



10 Dec. 96 10 Dec. 96 
12 Dec. 96 



48 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



COKNET, 
2ndLIEUT. 
OrENSIGN. 



4 Jan. 7 
4 Jan. 7 



Richard H. W. H. Harris, Lt.Col. East Surrey) i , 

Regiment (70 P.) ^10 Apr. 70 

Henry Parry Carden, Lt.Col. Duke of Cornwall's") 
Light Infantry (46 P.) I 

Parkins, Hearle, Major, h. p. R. Marines; Pajf- ) 
matter, Portsmouth, 17 Nov. 07 i 

Warren Hast-ngs Frith, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 

John Hotham, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Hans C. Maunsell Woods', Lt. Col. Royal Artillery. 

George Pridham Owen, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Thomas Alex. Hill, Lt.Col. h.p. 12 Lancers 

James Sillem, Major, Welsh Regiment 11 May 78 

Suene Grant, Lt.Col. Roi-ol Engineers ' 

Buchanan Scott. CLE. Lt.Col. Roval Engineers 

Richard Matthews Ruck, Lt.Col. Royal engineers 

Simeon Hardy Exham, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 

Edward Glenme, Lt.Col. Roval Engineer.- 

Hy. P. Poingdestre Leigh. CIE. Lt.Col. Indian S.C. 

Richard Carnac Temple. CLE. Lt.Col. Indian S.C... 

Frederick Guy Vivian. Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

Newton Plomer Powell, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ...| 

Fred. T. Mackinlay Beaver, Lt.Col. R. Artillery 

Solomon Watson. Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

George Frederick Wilson. Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

p.s.c. Geo. Mackworth Bullock, Lt. Col. Devon Regt. 1 

Thos. M. G. Thackeray, L'.Col. Innis. Fusiliers 25 Nov. 68 

C. Bradford H. Wolseiey-Jenkins.Z^. Col. 19 Huss 

Walter S. Davies Liardet, Lt.Col. Leicester Regt. 1 

Francis Cecil Ricardo. Lt.Col. h.p. Grenadier Gds.j 

V€ William Henry Dick-Cunynghani, Lt.Col. 1 1 
Gordon Highlanders 5 j 

Benjamin Arthur Satterthwaite, Lt.Col. N. ") x g Oct 67 
Lancashire Regiment j] 

Patrick C. Eric Newbigging, Lt. Col. R. Aitillery...l 

O. Richard Townley, Lt. Col. Suffolk Regt. (12F.) 14 Jan. 69 

Wm. Johnston Kirkpatrick, Lt.Col. York and Lan- ") 
caster Regiment J 

Henry Napier M' Rae, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps ... 

Arthur P. G. Richardson, Lt.Col. S. Lancashire") 
Regiment (82 F.) j 

CuthbertGeo. Knocker, Lt. Col. Army ServiceCorps 

Charles Purchas, Lt.Col. Army Ordnance Dtpt. ) 
(Hon. Major, 1 Apr. 92) I 

Geo. Robt. Atkinson, Lt.Col.Army Ordnance Dept. ") 
(Son. Major, 1 Apr. 92) 5 

Alfred Sadler.Zr. Col. Army Ordnance Dept. (Hon. \ 
Major, 1 Apr. 92) f 

Jas. Maitland Hunt, Lt.Col. Cameron Hldrs. (79 F.) 

Herbert Hugh Muirhead, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

p. s.c. Robt. George Broadwood, Major, 12 Lancers',22 Jan. 81 

Alfred Luther Lane, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery .... 

Henry Hewitt Pengree, Lt.Col. Roval Artillery. 

Richd. D. B. Rutherford, Lt.Col. Highland Ltlnf., 1 9 Oct. 69 

Thomas Heron, Lt.Col. Army Ordnance Dept. } ;| jy e Dart ] 
(Hon. Ma jor, 4 May 92) ) V • 

p. s.c. Herbert C. O. Plumer,l/u/or, York and Lan- ) 
caster Regiment ) 

Edwin A. H. Alderson, Major, W. Kent Regt. (97 F.J 
Robert A. C. King, Lt.Col. (from Royal Artillery) 
George Richards Challenor, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Thos. Horatio de Montmorency Roche, DSO. "> 

Major, Royal Marines ( 

Frederick W. Bainbridge Landon, Major, Army I 

Service Corps I 

Frederick Augustus Bowles, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
William Sworder Walford, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Gother Fyers Mann, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Walter Ferrier Graham, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 
Jas. Redmond Patrick Gordon, Lt.Col. 15 Hussars 
Charles A. Hadfield, Lt.Col. Army Service Corps 

Charles Leslie Casey, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Geo. Glencairn Cunningham, DSO. Cojrf.DerbyRegt. 

John Rowlandson, Lt.Col. Lancaster Regt 

E. H. Le Marchant, Lt.Col. Hampshire Regt. (67 F.) 
Henry Walter Barrett, Lt.Col. Army Ordnance") 

Department (Hon. Major, 2 July 92) ) 

Charles S. S. Whitehill, Lt. Col. Yorkshire Light Inf. 
Macan William Saunders, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
William Hodgson Suart, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery .. 

Francis Heury Hall, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Percy Stanley Druit, Lt.Col. Munster Fus.doi P. 
Henry Lethbridge Jessep, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
p. s.c. John C. Duke, Lt.Col. h.p. West Riding Regt. 

Grey Skipwiih, Major, Royal Marines 

Albert Evelyn Houghton, Major, Royal Marines 
Standisb Hy. Harrison, Lt.Col. Liverpool Rogt.. 
Cecil Hemw Collette, Lt.Col. Shropshire Lt. Inf. 
Egerton Payler Morgan-Payler, Lt.Col. R. Scots 
Constantino R. W. Hervey, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Charles Crutchley, 72 Major, h.p. Scots Guards, ) 
D.A.A. Gen. for Recruiting, War Officers Mar. 95 j 
Wm. Geo. Collingwood, Lt.Col. Army Ordnance) 
Department (Hon. Major u SeP.,9t) j 



28 Oct. 71 

13 June 74 
16 Dec. 67 



25 Mar. 71 

Departl. 
Departl. 
Departl. 



4 Jan. 


71 


2 Aug. 


71 


2 Aug 


7 1 


2 Aug 


71 


26 Mar. 


75 


4 July 


79 


2 Aug 


V- 


2 Aug 


7 1 


2 Aug 


7> 


2 Aug. 


71 


2 Aug 


71 


4 Jan. 


7 1 


28 Oct. 


7J 


28 Oct. 


71 


4 Jan. 


71 


2 Aug 


71 


2 Aug. 


71 


2 Aug 


71 


24 Apr. 


72 


27 Oct. 


71 


13 June 


74 


17 July 


72 


11 Sept 


72 



4 Dec. 



13 Aug 
15 Dec. 



17 Feb. 73 

28 Oct. 71 

2 Aug. 71 

28 Oct. 71 

Feb. 74 
28 Oct. 71 

5 Oct. 73 
ir Feb. 75 

Service 

Service 

Service 

t2 Feb. 74 
2 Au 

1 July 81 

2 Aug. 71 
2 Aug. 71 

28 Oct. 7: 

Service 

11 Sept. 76 

1 July 81 
15 Dec. 71 
15 Dec. 7 

1 July 74 



21 June 80 

8 May 83 

1 July 81 

15 Mar. 81 
6 Apr. 81 
6 Apr. 81 
8 May Si 
30 Nov. 81 
11 June 84 

2 Aug. 83 
2 Aug. 83 
1 Aug. 83 
1 Aug. 83 
1 Aug. 
4 Jan. 
4 Jan. 
4 Jan. 83 

19 Jan. 81 
23 May 81 

June 81 

Aug. 8< 

Feb. 82 

23 Mar. 81 

1 July 81 

20 Mar. 8 1 
8 June 84 

10 Oct. 8: 

28 May 80 

11 June Si 
10 Apr. 80 

1 July 81 

25 Mar. 83 

15 Mar. 80 

15 Apr. 82 



22 Jan. 79 



Departl. 
1 Aug. 6i 



23 Sept. 71 



8 Jan. 



Departl. 



19 May 80 

it July 81 
15 Dec. 71 
23 July 70 
15 Dec. 71 
25 Jan. 81 
2 Dec. 74 
2 Aug. 71 

22 Oct. 81 
10 Jan. 72 
7S Feb. 74 

Service 

6 Nov. 70 
15 Dec. 71 
15 Dec. 71 
15 Dec. 71 
21 Sept. 74 

23 July 70 
28 Oct. 71 

1 Oct. 73 

1 Oct. 73 

2 Dec. 
28 Oct. 71 
12 Nov. 73 
15 Dec. 71 

21 Sept. 74 
Service 



22 yrs. 

2 o 3 /i2 yrs 
12 Feb. 81 

1 Aug. 
is Feb. 88 

1 July 81 
21 July 8: 

9 Apr. 79 

2o 3 /i 2 yrs. 

29 May 82 

12 June 86 
1 July 81 
1 July 81 

28 May 84 



19 Sept.85 

1 Oct. 87 
13 July 81 
25 July 82 

13 July 81 
15 Aug. 88 

14 Jan. 84 
27 May 81 
14 Aug. 89 
22 Sept.8o 

9 Sept. 83 

2° 3 /i2 yrs- 
21 Apr. 77 
13 Julv 8 
13 July 8 



17 Feb. 36 

15 June 85 

16 Dec. 89 

30 Nov. 86 
21 Dec. 86 
21 Dec. 86 
15 Aug. 87 
23 Nov. 92 

23 Dec. 96 
7 Dec 
4 Sept. 89 

17 Dec. 81 
17 Dec. 8< 

17 Dec. 81 
4 Jan. 9 
4 Jan. 91 
4 Jan. 91 
4 Sept. 86 

24 Aug. 87 
21 Sept. 87 

1 Oct. 89 
19 May 91 

1 Dec. 89 
2i May 84 
15 Aug. 88 
10 Dec. co 

4 Mar. 

28 Aug. 

21 Sept. 87 
9 Apr. 

18 Nov. 
7 Dec. 

13 July 87 
15 Feb. 9 
1 Apr. 96 

1 Apr. 

1 Apr. 96 
iS Nov. 82 

17 Dec. 89 
3 Apr. 97 

21 Sept. 87 

21 Sept.87 

24 Feb. 86 

1 Apr. 96 

22 Jan. 9; 

27 May 96 

28 Sept.87 

28 Sept.87 

27 Sept. 91 

18 Apr. 94 

1 Oct. 87 

25 Oct. 3 7 
30 Mar, 

29 Oct. »7 
1 May 95 



LIEUT. 
COLONEL. 



WHKN 
PLACED OI» 
HALF PAT. 



i Dec. 97 



14 Dec. 96 
16 Dec. 96 

16 Dec. 96 17 Nov. 97 

2t Dec. 96 
21 Dec. 96 
21 Dec. 96 
Dec. 96 
21 Dec. 96 
24 Dec. 96 
31 Dec. 06 
31 Dec. 96 
31 Dec. 96 
31 Dee. 96 
31 Dec. 96 

4 Jan. 97 

4 Jan. 97 

4 Jan. 97 

10 Jan. 97 

11 Jan. 97 
11 Jan. 97 
18 Jan. 97 
18 Jan. 97 

1 Feb. 97 
7 Feb. 97 
o Feb. 97 
10 Feb. 97 
Feb, 



10 Feb. 97 



97 

14 Feb. 97 

15 Feb. 97 

24 Feb. 97 

13 Mar. 97 
23 Mar. 97 
27 Mar. 97 
1 Apr. 97 
1 Apr. 97 

1 Apr. 57 

1 Apr. 97 

3 Apr. 97 

4 Apr. 97 
4 Apr. 97 
8 Apr. 97 
8 Apr. 97 

15 Apr. 97 

4 May 97 

3 May 97 

8 May 97 
18 Maj T 97 
18 May 97 

25 May 97 

25 May 97 

28 May 97 

2 June 97 

3 June 97 
6 June 97 

12 June97 



1 Apr. 91I16 June 97 



21 Sept.87 16 June 97 
15 Aug. 89 16 June 97 
7 Oct. 91 26 June 97 
6 Apr. 92 30 June 97 

1 Apr. 96 2 July 97 

21 June 83 5 July 97 
1 July 87 13 July 97 
9 Jan. 88 21 July 97 
13 July 81I26 June 88 21 July 97 
44 May 82I 1 Apr. 92^3 July 97 

23 July 82 1 Apr. 89J?7 July 97 

24 Aug. 8i| 25 Feb. 85 30 July 97 



26 Jan. 84J 1 Aug. 90 
11 Feb. 84! 10 Aug. 90 
1 July 81J19 Nov. 90 



30 Sept.8i 
14 Aug. 81 
x6 July 81 

29 June 87 
20j»3 yr3. 



19 Aug. 85 
18 Jan. 93 
4 Aug. 88 

30 June 87 



1 Aug. 97 

10 Aug. 97 

11 Aug. 97 
19 Aug. 97 
21 Aug. 97 

2 Sept. 97 
8 Sept.97 



1 Apr. 96 14 Sept.97 



5 July 97 



30 July 97 



8 Sept.97 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



49 



p.«.c Wallscourt H. H. Waters, 3IVO. Major, h.p."^ 
(from Royal Artillery), Mdit-rry Attache, St. > 

Petersburg, 15 Sept. 97 ) 

Alfred George Watson, Lt.Col.E. Lanes. Regt.(soF.) 

Charles Hogge, Lt.Col. Indian StaffCorps 

Fred. Charles Maisey, Lt.Col. Indian StaffCorps ... 

George Wingate, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

p.s.c. John Wm. Hogge, CIE. Lt.Col. Indian S. C. 
George Lycett E. May ,Lt,Col. Lancashire Fusiliers 
Oswald Claude Radford, Lt.Col. Indian StaffCorps 

Edward Montagu Flin(,£f.CW. Royal Artillery 

HerbertPercival Willoughby.it Col. Royal Artillery 

HughAboukir Scott, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

"Wm. Harold Chippindall, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
Alfred Crawford -Bruce, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers .. 
Kdmond William Cotter, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Edward John Bor, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Henry Edward M'Callum, CMG. Lt.Col. Royal Eng 
John Hy. Chenevix Harrison,I(.Co(. R. Engineers 
Samuel HoltLomax, Lt.Col. Scottish Rifles .. 
Alfred Montanaro, Lt. Co/.;indian Staff Corps 
"Walter Rupert Kenyon-Slaney.Z-^CoZ.RifleBrigade 

Peter Legh Clowes, Lt Col. 8 Hussars 

Alex. John Montgomery, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 
Jefferson Serrell Wood, Lt.Col. Border Regiment... 

Gharles Pulley, Lt Col. Indian StaffCorps 

Wm.Hy. FothergillMacMullen. Lt.Col. IndianS.C. 
Francis Sheffield Sorell, Lt.Col. Indian StaffCorps 
Lambart John Browne, Lt.Col. Indian StaffCorps 
Robert Feild Jameson, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

John Haughton, Lt.Col. Indian Staff Corps 

Arthur Geo Fred. Browne, DSO. Lt.Col. Indian S.C. 

Arthur Wapshare, Lt. ol. Indian Staff Corps 

George Henry B. Coats, Lt.Col. Indian StaffCorps. 
John Wm. Hastings Potts, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

James Kellie, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Cecil Henry Law, Lt.Col. Dorsetshire Regiment ... 
FitzGerald Muirson Banister, Lt.Col. Royal Art. ... 

John M'Donnell, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Pelham George Von Donop,Zr\CV.Royal Engineers 
Chas.G.Colvin Muney.if. Col. NorthumberlandFus. 
Uliok Geo C. de Burgh, Lt.Col. 3 Dragoon Guards 
Robert Preston Birkett Rodick, Lt.Col. Royal Fus. 
Vesey John Dawson, Lt.Co'. Coldstream Guards ... 
Arthur Ralph Pemberton, Lt.Col. Rifle Brigade ... 
David Stanley W'.Eart of Airlie, Lt.Col. 12 Lancers 
William John Butterworth Bird, if. Co/. IndianS.C. 
William L. Clinton Baddeley, Lt.Col. R. Engineers! 



COKNET, 
2nd LIEUT 
OrENSIGN, 



3 Sept. 70 
?3 Sept.71 
23 Sept.7r 
_ Sept.71 
23 Sept.71 
13 June 67 
26 Sept.71 



:o Aug. 75 



28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 

28 Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 

29 Aug. 
28 Oct. 
15 Dec. 

6 Jan. 
6 Jan. 
2 Aug. 
2 Aug. 
2 Aug. 
2 Aug. 

5 Dec. 
15 Dec. 

13 June 

14 Oct. 
28 Oct. 
20 Nov. 

6 Jan. 
2; Oct. 
28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 

Oct. 
28 Oct. 

28 Oct. 
2 May 
5 Dec. 

7 July 69 28 Oct. 
2 May 
2 May 

15 Dec. 

29 May 
ii Sept. 

9 Feb. 70 28 Oct. 
" Oct. 



30 July 84 



22 June 92 



10 Nov. 1 



8 May 70 

3 Oct. 71 

8 Oct. 71 

8 Oct. 71 

8 Oct. 71 

8 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 71 

Oct. 71 



71 23 June 80 

71 23 Sept. 83 
23 Sept. 83 

72(23 Sept. 83 

72 23 Sept. 83 ! 23 Sept. 91 
7^22 Nov. 7" 
71126 Sept. 83 
71 16 July 81 
72(17 Aug. 81 
72' 7 Sept. 81 
71I 1 Aug. 83 
71I 1 Aug. 83 
71 2 Aug. 83 

2 Aug. 83 
15 Dec. 83 
15 Dec. 83 
21 July 80 



LIEUT. 
COLONEL 



15 Sept. 97 

23 Sept. 97 
23 Sept. 97 
23 Sept. 97 
23 Sept. 97 
23 Sept. 97 



5 Aug. 85 

7 Dec. 35 

23 Sept. 91 

23 Sept. 51 



Apr. 83 25 Sept. 97 
7 Dtc. 88(26 Sept. 97 



WHEN 
PLACEDOW 
HALF PAT. 



15 Sept. 97 



4 Oct. 83 
14 June iro 
21 Feb. 8 
7 Sept. 8 
23 June 8 
28 Oct. 8 
28 Oct. 8 
28 Oct. 83 
28 Oct. " 
7^28 Oct. 83 
7i ! 28 Oct. 83 
7/28 Oct. 
71! 28 Oct. 83 
7128 Oct " 
72J17 Sept.8i 
71 15 Dec. 83 



24 Jan. «3 
1 Oct. 8 



11 Feb. 
13 June 
15 Dec. 
15 Dec. 



1 Oct. 81 
15 Dec. 83 
1 Sept.82 
1 July Si 
71J10 Sepi.8o 
71 25 Oct. 84 
76 1 Jan 84 
75 18 Feb. 84 
71 is Dec. 83 
71 15 Djc. 83 



4 Au: 
1 Oct. 88 
29 Oct. 88 

17 Dec. 89 
20 Dec. 89 

18 Jan. 90 
25 Jan. 90 

1 Feb. 90 
1 Mar. 90 
1 Jan. 86 

14 Oct. 91 

1 Dec. 8 

2 Oct. 85 
29 Oct. 88 

15 May 89 
1 July 87 



28 Oct 
28 Oct. 9: 
28 Oct. 91 
28 Oct. 91 
28 Oct. 91 
28 Oct. 91 
28 Oct. 91 

28 Oct. 91 

29 Nov. 88 
79 Apr. 90 
21 June 90 

5 Dec. 38 
21 Dec. 83 

6 May 90 
9 Dec. 91 

31 Oct. 90 
Dec. 86 
:o July 89 

7 May 93 
15 June 85 
15 Dec. 91 



1 Oct. 97 
1 Oct. 97 
: Oct. 97 
1 Oct. 97 
1 Oct. 97 
1 Oct. 
1 Oct. 
7 Oct. 

7 Oct. 
io Oct. 97 

14 Oot. 97 

15 Oct. 9/ 
19 Oct. 97 

19 Oct. 97 

20 Oct. 97 
28 Oct. 97 
28 Oct. 97 
28 Oct. 97 
28 Oct. 97 
28 Oct. 97 
28 Oct. 97 
28 Oct. 97 
28 Oct. 97 

8 Oct. 97 

1 Nov. 97 

2 Nov. 97 

9 Nov. 9 
20 Nov. 97 
2i Nov. 97 
23 Nov. 97 
23 Nov. 97 

4 Nov. 97 
28 Nov. 97 
1 Dec. 97 
1 Dec. 97 
8 Dec. 97 
15 Dec. 97 



10 May 90 19 Dec. 97 



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



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

Lt.Colonel Douglas Dawson served in the Egyptian war of 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 Med.iiriie, 
and Khedive's Star). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Guards Camel Regiment, was Staff Officer 
to Colonel Boscawen while in command of the column, and was present at the actionn at Abu Klea and El Gubat, 
in the reconnaissance to Metamm eh , and at the attack on the wounded convoy (two Clasps). 

8 Lt.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 
1882 as Aide de Camp to Major General Harman (Medal, and Khedive's Star). 

i8 Lt Colonel P. C. Turner served as a Midshipman in the Indian Navy from 185810 1863, and was present at the 
assault on the Island of Beyt in October 1859, and served with a Naval Brigade in the Okamundel Field Force in 
the operations before Dwarka, and at its capture in Nov. 1859. Served also in the China, campaign of i860, and 
was present at the capture of the Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp) . Served with the 4th King's Own throughout 
the Abyssinian campaign of 1867-68, and was present at the action of Arrogee and capture of Magdala (Medal). 

29 Lt.Colonel Hon. J. P. Napier served with the 10th Hussars in the Afghan war in 1878-79 (Medal). 

80 Lt.Colonel A. M. Paterson served as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General at Durban during the latter 
part of the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1887-89 (Medal with Clasp) ; and 
with the Isazai Field Force in 1892. Served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 in com- 
mand of the 1st Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment, including the storming of the Malakand Pass (mentioned in 
despatches. Medal with Clasp). 

38 Lt.Colonel S. J.M. Jopp was employed in Natal during the Zulu war in 1879 (Medal). Served in the Boer war 
of 1881, and was present in the engagements at Lang's Nek (mentioned in despatches) and the Ingogo River. 

39 Lt.Colonel C. F. Thomson served in the Boer war of 1881. Served in the Soudan campaigain 1885 as Brigade 
Major of Cavalry (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

41 Lt.Colonel J. R. Povah served in the Afghan war of 1878-79 as Transport Officer 2nd Brigade 1st Division 
Candahar Field Force, and was present at the occupation of Candahar and Khelat-i-Ghilzie (Medal). 

45 Lt.Colonel H. E. C. Kitchener served with the Burmese Expedition in 1891 as Senior Transport. Officer with 
the Wuntho Field Force (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp) ; also served with the Tammu Column of 
the Manipore Field Force in 1891 as Senior Transport Officer (mentioned in despatches, Clasp). 

48 Lt.Colonel N. P. O'Gorman served in the Hazara campaign in i388 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General in 
the 1st Brigade under Brigadier General Channer from 3rd October to 9th November (mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with Clasp). 

50 Lt.Colonel F. G. A. Wiehe served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 as Brigade Transport Officer with the Khyber 
Field Force (Medal). 

51 Lt.Colonel G. C. Madden served with the expedition to the Gambia in 1S92 and commanded the forces at the 
attack of Toniataba; with the expedition against the Jebus, Lagos, West Coast of Africa, in 1892 (DSO. and Medal 
with Clasp) ; and with the expedition to the Gambia against Fodey Silah in 1894 with the 1st Battalion West 
India Regiment (mentioned in despatches, CB., and Clasp). 

53 Lt.Colonel W. L. Brereton served in the Afghan war in 1S78-80 with the 2nd Battalion of the Sth Foot, and was 
present in the engagement in the Kuram Valley on the 28th November 1878, and at the capture of the Peiwar 
Kotal (Medal with Clasp). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-S8 with the 2nd Battalion Royal Munstex 
Fusiliers (Medal with two Clasps). 

54 Lt.Colonel W. A. Yule served in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present at the attack and capture of 
Ali Musjid (Medal with Clasp). 

67 Lt.Colonel M. E. Crofton served in the Zulu war of 1S79 (Medal with Clasp). 

58 Lt.Colonel H. Kilgour served in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and took part in the two expeditions into the 
Bazar Valley as Transport Officer including the engagement at Deh Sarakh, and with the Besud and Kama 
Expeditions (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal). 

59 Lt.Colonel C. W. H. Douglas served in the Afghan war of 1878-80 with the 92nd Highlanders, and was 
present in the engagement at Charasiab on the 6tn of October 1879 au( l subsequent pursuit of the Afghans, in 
the operations round Oabul 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-S5 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and 
Quarter Master General (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

60 Lt.Colonel the Hon. J. S. Napier served with the 92nd Highlanders in the Afghan war of 1878-80, 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 despatcnes) ; 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 iu despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal 
with three Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). Served in the Boer war in 1881. 

61 Lt.Colonel A.Davidson served with the 2nd Battalion 6othRifles in the Afghan war from October 1878 toNovembei 
1880, took part in the advance on and occupation of Candahar and Khelat-i-Ghilzie, and was present in the engage- 
ments at Ahmed Kheyl and Urzoonear Ghuznee (mentioned in desnatches) ; served as Aide de 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 battle of Candahar (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal 
with two Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). Served in the Marri Expedition under Brigadier General MacGregor. 
Served in the Boer war of 1881 with the Natal Field Force on signalling duty. Served in the Egyptian war of 
1882, 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 1884-85 on special service and ac 
Acting Inspector of Army Signalling (mentioned in despatches). 

62 Lt.Colonel J. Staepole served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

63 Lt.Colonel G. D. M. Nisbett served in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, and Khedive's Star). Served with the 
Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 (mentioned in dispatches. Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with 
Close) 

•• Lt.Colonel Ross of Bladensburg served in the expedition to the Soudan in 18S5 with the 1st Battalion 
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). 

66 Lt.Colonel W. W. Cole-Verner served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant 
General Intelligence Department to the Desert Column under Sir Herbert Stewart, and was present atthe action 
at Abu Klea, in the engagement at El Gubat (where he acted as guide to the square on its march to the river), 
in the engagement at M5tammeh en the 21st January incommandof Gordon's troops (mentioned in despatches), 
and in the action at Alia Klea Wells on the 16th February (Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star). [See 
also Civil Decorations for Gallantry, " Hart's Annual Army List," p. 786.] 

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

68 Lt.Colonel A. G. Holland served with the 15th Hussars in the Candahar Column in the Afghan war of 1878-80, 
including the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzai, and was present in the engagements with the Afghan Cavalry at 



War Services of the Lieutenant Colonels not belonging to Regiments or Corps. 51 

Takht-i-Pul (mentioned in despatches) ; also served with the Thull Chotiali Field Force nnder Brigadier General 
Biddulph, and accompanied Ma.ior General Phayre in his march to Candahar (Medal). Served in the Boer war of 
1881. Served throughout the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Light 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 
(Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

69 Lt.Colonel G.F. Browne served in the expedition against theYonnies, on the West Coast of Africa, in 1887-88 
(mentioned in despatches. DSO. and Medal with Clasp) . Served in the expedition to the Tambaka Country, on the 
West Coast of Africa, in 1892, including the capture of Tambi — wounded (Clasp). 

7° Lt.Colonel J. G. 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 
1884-85 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 i338 including the engagement at Genraizah 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 1896 in command of the 3rd Infantry Brigade, including the engagement at Firket and the 
operations at HaSr (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Khedive's Medal with two Clasps). 
Nominated to the 3rd Class of the Medjidie for services under the Egyptian Government. 

" 2 Lt.Colonel Crutchley served with the 1st 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 Acting Adjutant to the Guards Camel Regiment, and was present at 
the actions at Abu Klea and El Gubat— severely wounded (two Clasps). 



5 2 



Majors. 



Alexander Allen, Major, h.p. Royal Marine Artillery;) 

Barrack Master, 2 July 92 $ 

Edward Selby Innes.JUTa/or, h.p. Royal Marines, Paymaster, ) 

Deal, 27 Sept. 91 j* 

Lionel Edward B. Booth, Mu jor, West Hiding Regt. (33 F.) ... 

p.s.c. Henry Vivian Cowan. Major, Ro\ al Artillery 

Henry Gritton, Major, h.p. R. Marines, Paymaster, Chatham, > 

1 Aug. 90 {Hon. Lt. Colonel) j 

Henry Whistler Smith-Rewse, Major, Royal Engineers 

Herbert C. Thornton Littledalc. Major. 4 Dragoon Guards ... 

Edward Wra. Herbert. Major. King's Royal Rifles 

Walter G. Crole Wyndbarn, Major, 21 Huisars 

p.s.c. HeDry William Newton Guinness. Major, Irish Regt. ... 
John Hope Wynne Eyton. Major. Shropshire Lt. Inf. (53 F.) 

Wilbain Graydon Carter, Major. Es«ex Regiment (56 F.) 

David Phelips Chapman. Major. Cheshire Regt 

Henry Bowles, Major, Yorkshire Regiment (19 F.) 

Henry Alfred Walsh, Main,-. Somerset f.t Infantry 

ilyre Macdonnell Stewart Cra.bbe. Major, Grenadier Gds. ... 

Robert George Kekewich, Major. Iuniskilling Fusiliers 

Henry Crichton Sclater, Major, RovhI Artillery 

Gilbert Fred. Allan Norton, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. William B. Capper, Major, Shropshire Light Infantry j 

(85 F.) : , 

Ravvdon Edward Dennys Reilly, Major, Indian StaffCorps ... 

Arthur Henry Bagnold, Maior, Royal Engineers 

Frederick Hammersley, Major. Lancashire Fug. (20 F.) ... . 
Son. Henry Charles Legg-3, MVO. Major, Coldstream Guards 

William Christian Anderson, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Fred. Wm. Nicholas M'Cracken, Major, Berkshire Regt. 

Thomas Slock, Major, Essex Regiment 

Charles Herbert Payne, Major, Gordon Highlanders (75 F.)... 

Julius Batt Backhouse, Major, The Buffs (3 F.) 

Edward George Grogan, Major, Black Watch (42 F.) 

George Ashby Ashby, Major, Duke of Cornwall's Light / 

Infantry j 

Henry Charles Harford, Maior. Wiltshire Regiment (99 F.)... 

p.s.c. Richard Stanley H. Moody, Major, The Bulls 

Harry Molyr.eux Carter, Major, Wiltshire Regiment (62 F.) 
Edward James Montagu Stuart Wortley, CMQ. Major, ) 

King's Royal Rifles (60 Font) $ 

Richard Hawes MacCarthy, Major, Lancaster Regt. (4 F.) .. 

James Spens, Major. Shropshire Light Infantry .. .. 

Cyril Wood, Maior, Essex Regiment (56 F.) 

George F. R. Henderson, Captain, York and Lancaster) 

Regiment J 

Bernhard Drysdale Moller. Major, 18 Hussars 

John James Swinton, Major, h.p. Royal Artillery 

Robert Hugh Fraser, Major, Northamptonshire Regt. (48 F.) 

Arthur E. R. Cnrran, Major, West Riding Regt 

Alfred John C. Wrench, Major, Welsh Fusiliers 

Richard G. Bruxner Randall, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers ) 

(20 Foot) 5 

p.s.c. Arthur John Watson. Major, Suffolk Regiment (12 F.) 
Wilioughby E. G. Forbes, Major, Warwick Regiment (6 F.) 

John William Hind. Major, The Buffs (3 F.) 

Charles David Myers Gall, Major, Royal Fusiliers (7 F.) 

Edmond Joseph Gallwey, Major, Somerset Light Infantry ... 
Fitzgerald Wintour, Captain, West Kent Regiment (50 F.) ... 

John A. W. Falls, Major, Army Service Corps 

p.s.c. Hon. Milo George Talbot, Major, Roj-al Engineers 

Francis H. R. Drummond. CIE. Major, Indian Staff Corps 
Beauchamp J. Colclough Doran, Captain, Irish Regt, (18 F.) 

Stuart Brownlow Beatson. Captain, Indian Staff Corps 

Herbert F. S. Ramsden, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Ernest Charles Wace, VSO. Maior, Royal Artillery 

Charles Baker Goodrich Dick, "-Major, h.p. Royal Marines ; ) 

Paymaster Plymouth Division ) 

Edward Hegan, Major, 5 Dragoon Guards 

jn.».c. Frederick William Romilly, DSO. Major, Scots Guards... 

Frederick Crofton Heath, Major, Royal Engineers 

Andrew Graham Thomson, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.s.c. Henry Merrick Lawson, Major, Royal Engineers 

George Arthur Mills, Major, Dublin Fusiliers (102 F.) 

Thomas Barnes Weston, Major, 20 Hussars 

Charles Edward Bradley, Major, North Staffordshire ) 

Regiment (64 F.) .' j 

Frederick Henry Munn, Major. Irish Fusiliers (87 F.) 

Alexander Bulstrode Fenton, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Claude Rainier Rogero, Major, Irish Fusiliers (89 F.) 

Henry Clerk, Major, h.p. 2 Dragoon Guards 

p.s.c. Hy. Beaufoy Mortimer, Major, North Stafford Regt. ... 

William Powlett Turing, Major, Royal Artillery 

Herbert Mansfield, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

John Edw. Fitzmaurice Hughes Roche, Major, 3 h.p. Drag. ) 

Guards $ 

Albert Henry Callwell, Major, Royal Artillery 

Philip Thomas Huston, Major, Royal Engineers 

John Temple, Major, Royal Artillery 

Benjamin D. Alsop Donne, Major, Su>sex Regiment 

James Alfred Coxhea'd, Major, Royal Artillery 

Percy Alexander MacMahon, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Henry Chesshyre Claughton Walker, Major, Royal) 

Artillery } 



COKNKT, 








WHEN 


2Ild LIEUT. 


LIEUT. 


CAPTAIN. 


MAJOR. 


PLACEnON 


OrENSIGN. 








HALF PiT. 


13 Dec. 65 


1 

3 Aug. 67; 8 May 77*11 July 82 


2 July 92 


31 Mar. 63 


23 Oct. 66 9 Oct. 78 11 July 82 


17 June 89 




10 Jan. 72 6 Sept. 82 


6 Sept. 82 






11 Sept. 73! 1 Nov. 8? 


18 Nov. 82 




31 Dec. 62 


28 June 66 2 July 78 


1 Sept. 8 3 


1 Aug. 90 




1=; Dec. 71 is Dec. 83 


29 Dec. 83 






7i Sept. 74 8 Mar. 82^1 May 84 






2 Dec. 74*19 Aug. 83 21 May 84 






11 Feb. 75 19 May 8.J 16 July 84 






9 Aug. 73 22 May 81:15 Jane 85 






1 Feb. 74! 1 July 81 is June 8; 






10 Sept.75'14 Mar. 83 15 June 85 






28 Mar. 74 '13 Aug. 83 15 June 85 






26 Feb. 77*20 Sept. 83 15 .TuneSs 






28 Feb. 74*20 Oct. 8j'i5JaneST 






28 Oct. 71 


24 Nov. 83 15 June 85 






2 Dec. 74 


30 Nov. 83 15 Juue 85 






28 Jan. 75 


21 Dec. 83I15 June 8s 






28 Jan. 7s 


1 Jan. 84! 15 June 85 






12 Feb. 76 


15 May 84 15 June 85 






31 Aug. 72 


31 Aug. 84' 15 Juue 85 






12 Sept. 72 


12 Sept. 84,1= June 85 






11 Sent. 76 


2 Feu. 85 


15 June 85 






31 Aug. 73 


18 Apr. 85 


15 June 85 






25 Jan. 77 


12 May 85 


15 June 85 




13 Aug. 79 


28 July 8o 


15 Dec. 84 


14 Aug. 85 






11 Fen. 75 


8 Feb. 82 


15 Sept. 85 






11 Nov. 78 


10 Oct. 85 


10 Oct. 85 






IS May 72 


15 Mar. 80 


30 Nov. 85 




24 July 69 


28 Oct. 71 


19 June 79 


4 Dec. 85 






20 Nov. 75 


1 Jan. 86 


2 Jan. 86 




5 Nov. 70 


28 Oct. 71 


3c Mar. 81 


7 Jan. 86 






9 Aug. 73 


24 Oct. 80 


14 Jan. 86 




8 Jan. 68 


28 Oct. 71 


7 Aug. 78 


17 Jan. 86 




13 Oct. 77 


13 Mar. 80 


1 Mar. 86 


2 Mar. 86 




23 Jan. 6q 


3 May 71 


7 Jan. 80 


9 Mar. 86 






29 May 72 


1 July 83 


7 Apr. 8c 




17 July 72 


17 July 74 


16 Aug. 82 


21 Apr. 86 




1 May 78 


24 June 79 


2 June 86 


3 June 86 






8 May 73 
4 Jan. 7 1 


18 Dec. 80 

19 Dec. i-o 


7 July 86 
27 July 86 


29 Aug 94 


21 Aug. 69 


28 Oct. 71 


1 July 81 


1 Oct. 86 






11 Sept. 74 


1 Oct. 81 


6 Oct. 86 






13 June 75 


29 Oct. 81 


6 Oct. 86 




8 June 70 


28 Oct. 71 


24 Jan. 80 


to Oct. 3S 






9 Aug. 73 


14 Apr. 83 


21 Oct. 86 




10 Nov. 69 


28 Oct. 71 


i June 81 


29 Nov. 86 






28 Feb. 74 


23 Dec. 81 


10 Dec. 86 






9 Aug. 73 


28 Jan. 82 


Dec. 86 




6 July 70 


28 Oct. 71 


26 Feb. 80 


8 Dec. 86 




11 Aug. 80 


1 July 81 


2 Feb. 87 


3 Feb. 87 






29 Nov. 76 


12 Feb. 87 


3 Feb. 87 






29 Apr. 73 


8 Jan. 85 


Feb. 87 






11 Feb. 75 


11 Feb. 86 


16 Feb. S 7 




14 Jan. 80 


1 July 81 


22 May 87 


23 May 87 






9 Aug. 73 


8 Jan. 85 


1 July 87 






10 Sept. 75 


10 Sept. 86 


1 July 87 






15 Dec. 71 


1 July 81 


1 Oct. 87 




8 Dec. 66 


3 Aug. 67 


1 July 81 


8 Dec. 87 


1 July 93 




11 Sept. 76 


31 Jan. 82 


22 Dec. 87 






30 Apr. 73 


1 Apr. 87 


11 Jan. 88 






25 Jan. 77 


25 Jan. 88 


26 Jan. 88 






25 Jan. 77 


25 Jan. 86 


26 Jan. 88 






19 June 77 


1 Apr. 88 


2 Apr. 88 






12 Nov. 73 


26 May 80 


21 May 88 






23 Apr. 73 


1 Jan. 80 


1 July 88 






28 Feb. 74 


1 July 81 


1 July 88 






1 1 Sept. 76 


30 Mar. 83 


1 July 88 






12 Nov. 73 


8 Jan. 85 


2 Aug. 88 






24 June 70 


28 Aug. 83 


12 Aug. 88 






9 Aug. 75 


:t Oct. 81 


15 Aug. 88 


16 Dec. 96 




28 Feb. 74 


19 Nov. 81 


10 Oct. 88 






6 Jan. 72 


17 Aug. 81 


29 Oct. 88 






20 Nov. 75 


20 Nov. 86 


2 Nov. 88 




13 Aug. 79 


11 Feb. 80 


25 Sept. 84 


24 Nov. 88 


17 Nov. 97 




2 May 72 


18 Sept.81 


29 Nov. 88 






12 Sept.72 


12 Sept. 84 


7 Dec. 88 






2 May 72 


6 Oct. 8i 


2i Dec. 88 






io Sept. 75 


20 Oct. 8328 Dec. 88 






2 May 72 


24 Oct. 81 


1 Jan. 89 






12 Sept. 72^9 Oct. 81 


1 Jan. 89 






12 Sept.72 


29 Oct. 81 


1 Jan. So 





Majors. 



53 



Reginald Oakes, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Nathaniel Henriques, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Douglas Standen, Major, Irish Fusiliers 

Charles Evans-Gordon, Major, Berkshire Regiment 

Hugh Bertram Nathaniel Bewicke, Major, Manchester Regt. 

John Burton Forster, Major, Irish Regiment 

p.s. c. Henry Newport Chas. Heath, Captain, YorksbireLight > 

Infantry S 

p.s.c. Richard Fras. Johnson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Son. Arthur Edward Dalzell, Major, Oxfordshire Lt. Infantry 
p.s.c. Charles R. Robert M'Grigor, Major, King's R. Rifles ... 

Spenser Jackson, Major, North Lancashire Regiment 

William MacLaughlin, Major, Shropshire Light Infantry ... 
Thomas Duncan Richey, Jftyor.R. Artillery (District Officer) ) 

(Qr. Master, i April 76) J 

Richard Denny, Major, h.p. Royal Marines; Barrack > 

Master 15 Oct. 95 i 

p.s.c. John Stewart Scott Barker, Major, Royal Artillery 

Alexander Sprot, Major, 6 Dragoon Guards 

Frederic Brice Bunny, Major, Royal Artillery 

Alfred Mansel, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery - 

Charles Henry Westmorland, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Arthur Houstoun Hewat, Major, Royal Artillery 

Harry George Weir, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Fred. Farquharson Shirreff, Major, Royal Artilleryi 

James Grove White, Major, Middlesex Regiment 

Henry John Lyster, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Mordaunt Murray, Major, Royf.l Artillery 

Philip Saltmarshe, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Henry Bvron Jeffreys, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Walter Blunt Fletcher, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. John William Hawkins, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frederick Milbank Bland, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edwin Hay Pickwoad, Major, Royal Artillery , 

Edward Ward, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Pole-Penton, Major, Royal Artillery 

Orbell Henry Oakes, Major, Worcestershire Regiment 

Robert Williams Andrews, Major, Border Regiment 

James Laing Fixott, Major, Royal Artillery 

FitzRoy Somerset Lanyon 1'enno, Major, Welsh Regiment ... 

Bowes Leslie Emsna, Major, Royal Artillery 

Owen Stuart Smyth, Major, Royal Artillery 

Richard Hobart Morrison, Major, 18 Hussars 

p.s.c. Alfred Edward Codrington, Major, Coldstream Guards. 
Charles A. de P. Burroughs, Major, S. Lancashire Regiment 

Charles Aloysius Ryan, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Harold Ohippindall, Major, Royal Engineers 

Arthur H. Croker Phillpotts, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Thomas Stanford Baldock, Major, Royal Artillery 

Archibald J. A. Wright, Major, East Lancashire Regiment ... 

Arthur Edmund Simpson, Major, Manchester Regiment 

Charles Edward Harman, Major, Connaught Rangers 

Henry Robert Kelham, Major, Highland Light Infantry 

John Andrew Mackenzie-Grieve, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis William Reader, Major, Leicester Regiment 

William Frederick Cleeve, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Matthew Ridley, Major, 7 Hussars 

John Frederic Inglis, Major, Wiltshire Regiment (99 F.) 

Napoleon Joseph R. Blake, Major, Middlesex Regt. (77 F.)... 

Francis Colebrooke Farmer, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Francis Wm. Bromfield, Major, Cheshire Regiment 

p.s.c. Charles St. Leger Barter, Major, Yorkshire Lt. Infantry 
James Wyndham Hughes- Hallett, DSO. Major, Seaforth ) 

Highlanders (78 FJ '. j 

Edward Gunner, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hubert Burton, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Stirling Napier, Major, Argyll and Suth. Highlanders 

p.s.c. Francis Waldron, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Addison Rigg, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Umfreville Blackett, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hen. Edward Noel, Major, Rifle Brigade 

William Grant de Jersey, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward John Kenworthey Priestley, Major, Royal Artillery 
Lawrence Richard Connolly, Major, h.D. Royal Marine ) 

Artillery; Paymaster 21 May 95 ... ^ 

Harry Shaldham Lye, Major, Irish Regiment 

Charles John Spottiswoode, Major, Yorkshire Regt. (19 F.) 

Ernest Vaughan-Hughes, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Frederick Hadden, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Milford Sutherland Brunker, Major, Royal Artillery... 
Gerald Grant-Dalton, Major, West Yorkshire Regt. (14 F.) 

John Chivas Shirres, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Charles Edward de la Poer Beresford, Major, Wilt- '/ 

shire Regiment ^ 

Henry Tempest Hicks, Major, Dublin Fusiliers 

GeorgeT.W. Hewat, .Mu/oi-, King's Own Scottish Borderers... 

liorey Quayle Jones, Major, Warwickshire Regiment 

Martyn John Edward Fenwick, Major, Dorsetshire Regt. ... 

Robert Henry Ginning, Major, King's Royal Rifles 

Thomas Tweed Vaughan, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Dacres Olivier, Major, Royal Engineers 

Justice Cha.pmau Tilly, Major, Bedfordshire Regiment....'. 
Manley Ogden Hopkins, Major, Royal Artillery 



COBNUT, 

2ndLinuT. 

OrENSIGN. 



12 Sept. 72 

12 Sept. 72 
28 Apr. 77 

13 June 7^ 
28 Oct. 71(28 Oct. 71 

23 Nov. 72 



29 Oct. 81 
29 Oct. 81 
14 May 84 
16 Apr. 81 
2 Feb. 81 
26 Feb. 81 



12 Sept. 72 
20 Feb. 70 28 Oct. 71 
13 Aug. 79 1 July 8i 

I15 Mar. 73 

23 Apr. 7s 



22 Oct. 81I 6 Feb. 89 

14 Nov. 81 
11 Mar. 82 
11 Mar. 89 
2 Feb. 81 
13 Apr. 84 

25 Aug. 77 10 June 82 



MAJOB. 



6 July 70 



12 Oct. 70 



22 Oct. 



70 



24 June 68 

12 Sept. 72 
28 Feb. 74 
12 Sept. 72 
12 Sept. 72 
21 Sept. 74 
12 Sept. 72 
12 Sept. 77 
12 Sept. 72 
12 Nov. 73 
12 Sept. 72 

12 Sept. 72 
9 Jan. 73 
9 Jan. 73 
9 Jan. 73 
9 Jan. 73 
9 Jan. 73 
9 Jan. 73 
9 Jan. 73 
9 Jan. 73 

10 Jan. 72 
18 Oct. 71 
9 Jan. 73 
9 Aug. 73 
9 Jan. 73 
9 Jan. 73 

13 June 74 

1 Feb. 73 

28 Oct. 71 
9 Jan. 73 

2 Aug. 71 

29 Apr. 73 
29 Apr. 73 
28 Oct. 71 
21 Sept. 74 
21 Sept. 75 

28 May 73 

29 Apr. 73 

2 Dec. 74 
29 Apr. 73 
27 Mar. 74 
12 Feb. 73 
12 Nov. 73 
29 Apr. 73 
29 May 72 

10 Sept. 75 

26 June 73 
29 Apr. 73 
29 Apr. 73 
21 Sept. 74 
29 Apr. 73 
29 Apr. 73 
29 Apr. 73 

27 Mar. 72 
29 Apr. 73 
29 Apr. 73 

[8 Feb. 71 

9 Aug. 73 

5 June 70 

29 Apr. 73 

11 Sept. 73 
1 Sept.73 
8 June 72 

11 Sept. 73 

28 Oct. 71 

4 Dec. 73 
28 Oct. 71 

12 Nov. 73 

3 Aug. 72 
26 Mar. 73 
11 Sept. 73 
15 Dec. 71 

14 Dec. 7o'28 Oct. 71 
In Sept. 73 



7 July 69 
27 Sept.71 



1 July 81 

22 Nov. 81 

26 Apr. 82 

29 Nov. 81 
1 30 Nov. 81 

21 Sept. 85 
I30N0V. 81 
71 Dec. 81 
21 Dec. 81 

2 Jan. 81 
21 Dec. 81 
24 Dec. 81 
31 Dec. 81 

11 Jan. 82 
18 Jan. 82 
21 Jan. 82 
17 May 82 

27 May 82 
1 June 82 

7 June 82 

17 Dec. 81 

6 Sept. 81 

12 June 82 
2Feo. 81 

74 June 82 

24 June 82 
31 Oct. 82 

18 Apr. 85 

8 Sept.8 
8 July 82 
1 Aug. 

8 July 
1 5. July 

10 Nov. 80 

18 June 

30 Mar. 8 1 

7 Jan. 82 

21 July 82 

15 Nov. 

1 Sept. 82 

19 Dec, 

19 May 80 
14 Mar. 

9 Sept.S2 

22 sept. 83 
is Mar. " 

2 Sept.8o 
9 Sept.82 

16 Sept." 
27 Jan. 82 

1 Oct. 82 
1 Oct. 
1 Oct 

20 Aug. 

1 Oct. 82 
1 Oct. 82 

25 Sept.8o 

23 May 81 
29 Sept. 82 
20 July 82 

1 Oct. 82 
4 Oct. 82 
18 May 81 
4 Oct. 82 



15 Oct. 95 



10 Nov. 80 
1 Jan. 3i 
25 Apr. 83 
12 Sept.83 
1 Aug. 83 
25 Nov. 82 
15 Dec. 83 
30 Apr. 79 
25 Nov. 82 



1 Jan. 89 
1 Jan. 89 
9 Jan. 

23 Jan. 
25 Jan. 

6 Feb. 89 

7 Feb. 89 

16 Feb. 89 

11 Mar. 89 

12 Mar. 89 
10 May 89 
IS May 89 
19 May 89 

24 June 

17 July uv 
19 July 89 
31 July 89 

13 Aug " 

23 Aug. sg 

1 Sept. 89 

2 Sept. 89 
x6 Sept. 89 

18 Sept.89 
1 Oct. 89 
1 Oct. 89 
1 Oct. 89 
1 Oct. 89 
1 Oct. 89 
1 Oct. 89 
1 Oct. 89 
1 Oct. 89 
1 Oct. 89 
1 Oct. 89 
9 Oct. 89 

■>.o Oct. 89 

1 Nov. 89 
13 Nov. 89 
13 Nov. 85 
13 Nov. 89 

19 Nov. 89 
4 Dec. a " 

8 Dec. 
15 Dec. 
17 Dec. 

4 Jan. 

4 Jan. 
8 Jan. 

17 Jan. 
21 Jan. 
31 Jan. 

2 Feb. 

5 Feb. yu 
12 Feb. 90 
21 Feb. 90 
19 Mar. 90 
19 Mar. 90 
19 Mar. 90 

24 Mar. 90 

26 Mar. 90 

27 Mar. 90 

28 Mar. 90 

29 Mar. 90 
31 Mar. 90 

1 Apr. 93 

2 Apr. 90 
5 Apr. 90 

12 Apr. 90 
17 Apr. 90 
'.5 Apr. 90 

7 May 90 

7 May 90 
:i May 90 

2 May 90 
:2 May 90 
■n May 90 
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4 June 90 

7 June 90 

14 June 90 

21 Juue 90 

21 June 90 

25 June 90 

28jJune9o 

29 June 90 

1 July 90 

1 July 90 



1 May 95: 



54 



Majors. 



COENET, | 
2nd LIEUT.' LIEUT. 
Or ENSIGN. I 



Henry James Seton, Major, Irish Rifles 

John Edward Blackburn, Major, Royal Engineers 

Hon. John Townshend St. Aubyn, Major, Grenadier Guards 

Harry D'Arch Breton, Major, Royal Engineers 

Maxwell Archibald Close, Major, 13 Hussars 

Wensly James Hodson Bond, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Arthur Harry Clark-Kennedy, Captain, Indian Staff Corps... 
Berkeley Crosbie Quill, Major, York and Lancaster Regt. ... 

William Tylden, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles James Blomfield, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers 

Stephen Dickson Rainsford, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Henry VVilford Brett, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Palmer Knight, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Henry Goldney, Major, Royal Engineers 

Frederic Percy Lousada, Major, York and Lancaster Regt.., 

John Henry Collier Coode, Major, Black Watch 

Foster Lionel Cunliffe, Major, Royal Artillery 

Terence England Rowan, Major, Royal Artillery 

John William Marsdin Newton, Major, Royal Artillery 

Colin George Donald, Major, Royal Fusiliers 

p.s.c. John Henry Sewell, Major, Norfolk Regiment 

Harry Stewart Bruce Hodgkinson, Major, N. Staff. Regt. ... 

Lewis Horace Phillips, Major, Norfolk Regiment 

Francis Seymour Leslie, Major, Royal Engineers 

Arthur William M'Kinstry, Major, Leicestershire Regiment 
Stewart John Trench, Major, West Riding Regiment (76 F.) 

William Hugh Edward Dobie, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert John Romanes, Major, King's Own Scottish) 

Borderers (25 F.) j 

Arthur Abney Sandys, Major, 4 Dragoon Guards 

Claude Mason Haggard, Major, Royal Artillery 

Carmichael Light Young, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles William Henry Evans, Major, West Kent Regiment 

Carteret Walter Carey', Major, Highland Light Tnfantry 

Llewellyn Salusbury Mellor, Major, Liverpool Regiment ... 

George Wade Robertson Fulton, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Henry JacksonfWoodrow, Major, F.oyal Artillery... 

Arthur Henr\' Browne, Major, Royal Artillery 

Horace John" James Kentish, Major, Dorsetshire Regiment 

David Erskine Dewar, Major, Royal Artillery 

Gerald Talbot Kelaart, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Churchill Bailward, Major, Royal Artillery 

Harry Alexander Dyer Curtis, 'Major, Royal Artillery 

Alfred Keene, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry O'Brien Owen, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Julian John Leverson, CMG. Major, Royal Engineers 

William Arthur Plant, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Julian Penrhys Evans, Major, Royal Marines 

John Anstruther Smith-Cuninghame, Major, 2 Life Guards 

Richard Lionel Hippisley, Major, Royal Engineers 

Robert Charles Hellard, Major, Royal Engineers 

John Colin Livingtoa Campbell, Major, Royal Engineers ... 

George Davidson, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.s.e. Cosmo Huntly Gordon, Major, The Buffs 

Robert Maziere Brady, Major, Royal Artillery 

Archibald Morden Carthew-Yorstoun, Major. Black Watch 

Hon. Click de Rupc Burke Roche, Major, S. Wales Borderers 

John de Courcy 0'Grad3', Major, Connaught Rangers 

James Alastair Campbell, Major, Seaforth Highlanders .. 

Ellis Charles Fletcher Holland, Major, Royal Artillery .. 

George Leonard Thomson, Major, Sussex Regiment 

George Ewbank Briggs, Major, Royal Fusiliers 

Son. Algernon Sidney, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis Wilford Botelor, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry George Purdon, Major, N. Lancashire Regt 

Arthur Spencer Pratt, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Edward Blewitt, Major, Royal Artillery 

Kan. Reginald Henry Bertie, Major, Welsh Fusiliers 

Charles Evan Maberly, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Melville Hatchell, Major, Irish Regiment 

Frederick John Brown, Major, Essex Regiment 

Charles Knight Wood, Major, Royal Engineers 

Gerald Hope Wildig O'Sullivan, Major, Royal Engineers ... 

TJffi Charles James William Grant, Captain, Indian S. C. ... 

Charles Victor Bremer Kuper, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Clifton Hansard, Major, Royal Artillery 

Granville de la Motte Faunce, 3iTu/'or,BerkshireRegt.(66F.) 

Augustus Simeon Le Quesne, Major, Royal Marine Artillery 

Ernest Blunt, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.s.c. Fras. Richd. Pennefather Kane, Major, E. Surrey Regt. 

Bolden Dundas Porterfield, Major, R. Art. (District Officer)... 

Somerset E. O'Brien Kevill-Davies, Major, Gordon High-') 
landers (92 F.) 5 

Robert Frederick Lindsell, Major, Gloucester Regt. (28 F.) 

Francis Edward Wallerstein, Major, York & Lancaster Regt. 

Attiwell Henry Wood, Major, Conmuigh*; Rangers 

p.s.c. Percy Hy. Noel Lake, Major, East Lane. Regt. (59 F.) 

Frederick Morris, Maior, Welsh Fusiliers 

Sir Hy. Allen Wm. Johnson, Bart., Major, York Lt. Inf. (51 F.) 

Hugh Ingoldsby Massy, Major, Essex Regiment (44 F.) 

Gerald Hedley Ovens, Major, Border Regiment (55 F.) 

Benjamin Burton, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frank Robt. Crofton Carleton, Maj. Durham Lt. Inf. (106 F.) 



2 Dec. 74 26 Apr. 82; 2 July 90 
15 Dec. 71 15 Dec. 83! 2 July 90 



) Oct! 78! 1 July 
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21 Aug. 72 24 June 79 



2 Dec. 74 25 Sept. 80 
30 Nov. 76 30 Nov 



11 Nov. 77 



11 Sept.73 
11 Feb. 75 
11 Sept.73 
11 Sept.73 
15 Dec. 71 
IS Dec. 71 

28 Feb. 74 

10 Sept.75 

11 Sept.73 
11 Sept.73 

11 Sept.73 
21 Sept. 74 

8 May 72 

12 Nov. 73 
2 Dec. 74 

15 Dec. 71 

5 June 75 

6 Oct. 75 
11 Sept.73 

29 May 72 

13 June 74 

11 Sept.73 
15 Dec. 71 
28 Feb. 74 

12 Nov. 73 
15 Jan. 75 
11 Sept.73 
11 Sept.73 
11 Feb. 74 

10 Sept.75 

11 Feb. 74 

12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 

6 Jan. 72 
12 Feb. 74 1 
1 July 74 

11 Feb. 76 
6 Jan. 72 
6 Jan. 72 
6 Jan. 72 
6 Jan. 72 

28 Feb. 74 

12 Feb. 74 
20 Nov. 75 

d Sept. 76 

11 Sept. 78 

29 Nov. 76 

12 Feb. 74 



27 Dec. 82 

1 July 81 

31 Dec. 82 

14 Feb. 83 

Dec. 



1 July 90 
15 Dec. 



1 Nov. 



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PLACED OS 
HALF PAY. 



2 July 90 
6 July 90 
25 July 90 
28 July 90 
28 July 90 
30 July 90 

30 July go 

31 July 90 
1 Aug. 90 
1 Aug. 90 

-- -13 3 Aug. 90 
15 Dec. 83 3 Aug. 90 
1 July Si 27Aug. 90 



28 May 75 J26 July 82 
13 June 74 16 Feb. 84 
12 Feb. 74I26 July 83 
12 Feb. 74! 1 An 



17 Apr. 82 

14 Feb. 83 

16 Feb. 83 
28 Feb. 83 
30 May 83 

1 Apr. 82 
3 Apr. 81 
19 July 82 

15 Dec. 83 

7 Mar. 83 

24 Jan. 83 
28 Feb. 83 

26 Apr. 81 

10 June 82 

8 Feb. 83 

25 Dec. 83 

5 Nov. 82 
25 Jan. 82 

1 July 81 
28 Mar. 83 

1 Apr. 83 

3 Apr. 83 
19 Mar. 84 

3 Apr. 83 

17 Apr. 83 

17 Apr. S3 

12 May 83 

13 May 83 
23 May 83 

6 Jan. 84 

18 June 83 

17 May 84 
:o Apr. 83 
6 Jan. 84 
6 Jan. 84 
6 Jan. 84 

6 Jan. 84 

19 Mar. 82 

11 July 83 
5 Oct. 82 

18 June 81 
3 Apr. 81 

22 Apr. 86 

7 July 83 



27 Aug. 90 
7 Aug. 90 

1 Sept. 90 

2 Sexjt.90 

3 Sept. 90 
5 Sept. 90 

ic Sept. 90 
19 Septic 
22 Sept. 90 
3 Sept. 90 
5 Sept. 90 
1 Oct. 90 



11 Sept. 74 

12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
21 Sept. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
28 Feb. 74 
10 Sept.75 

6 Jan. 72 
6 Jan. 72 

10 May 82 
12 Feb. 74 

17 Aug. 74 

20 Nov. 76 

18 Feb. 71 
6 Jan. 72 

12 Nov. 73 
25 Aug. 77 

12 Nov. 73 

21 Sept. 74 

11 Sept. 76 
2 Dec. 74 
9 Aug. 73 
2 Dec. 74 

28 Feb. 74 



1 Aug. 83 13 Mar. 9 
1 Aug. S3 14 Mar. 9 
10 May 83 2 Apr. 9 
22 Aug. 83 19 Apr. 9 



16 Aug. 82 29 Apr. 9 



5 Jan. 



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8 Oct 

8 Oct. 9c 
6 Oct. 90 

!2 Oct. 90 

5 Nov. 90 
>2 Nov. 90 
26 Nov. 90 
31 Dec. 90 
31 Dec. 90 
31 Dec. 90 
31 Dec. 90 

1 Jan. 9 
1 Jan. 9 
1 Jan. 9 
1 Jan. 9 
: Jan. 9 
1 Jan. 9 

1 Jan. 9 

9 Jan. 9 
9 Jan. 9 

[2 Jan. 9 
15 Jan. 9 
[5 Jan. 9 
15 Jan. 9 
15 Jan. 9 
21 Jan. 9 
25 Jan. 9 
29 Jan. 9 
10 Feb. 9 

2 Feb. 9 
4 Feb. 9 

6 Feb. 9 
8 Feb. 9 
8 Feb. 9 
6 Feb. 9 
1 Mar. 9 
6 Mar. 9 



:g Apr. 9 



6 Jan. 84 
6 Jan. 84 
10 May 91 
31 Aug. 83 
1 Sept. 83 
30 Oct. 83 



6 May 91 
9 May 9 
11 May 9 
29 May 9 
3 June 9 
" June 



27 Sept. 80 12 Juneg 
6 Jan. 84 12 June 9 
" Feb. 81 



16 Sept. 82 

18 June 81 

19 Nov. 81 
29 May 82 
16 Sept. 82 
31 Oct. 83 

1 July 84 
6 Feb 



20 Nov. 75 30 Aug. 82 

21 Sept. 74120 Oct. 83 
17 Aug. 74 1 Sept.83 
21 Sept.74 8 June 81 



21 June 9 

22 June 9 

1 July 9 

1 July 9 
1 July 9 
1 July 9 
1 July 9 
1 July 9 
4 July 9 
6 July 9 
9 July 9 
25 July 9 
28 July 9 



Majors. 



55 



John Richard Howard Allen, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Robert Young, Major, East Yorkshire Regiment 

Alexander M'Donuell Moore, Major, Irish Fusiliers 

p.s.c. John Burn-Murdoch, Major, Royal Engineers 

Edward Elliott Carr, Major, Scots Fusiliers 

Arnold H.N. Urquhart Champion, Ifa/.Leinster Regt. (ioo F.) 

Charles Conyngham Ellis, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.s.c. James Birch Sharpe, Major, Royal Engineers 

Thomas Digby, Major, Royal Engineers 

Cecil Francis Garnett, Major, East Yorkshire Regiment 

James WilfredStirling, Major, Royal Artillery 

Oswald James tienry Ball, Major, Welsh Regiment 

Trenchard Fred. Thomas Fowle, Afit/or, Royal Artillery 

Herbert Martin, Major, Leinster Regiment 

John Percy Fell, Major, Royal Artillery 

St. John James St. Leger, Major, Leinster Regiment (ioo F.) 

Ciaude Frederic Gambier, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Percy Wm. Albert Alfred Milton, Major, Yorkshire Light"; 

Infantry J 

Edwin Capel Currie Sandys, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Hugh Frederick Lyons-Montgomery, Major, Indian S.C. ... 

William du Gard Gray, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Dudley Richard Apthorp, Major, 19 Hussars 

Kenneth Ross MacKcnzie, Maj. Seaforth Highlandrs.(78 F.) 
Robert Arthur Gwynne Harrison, Major, Royal Artillery ... 

Maurice Charles Barton, Major Royal Engineers 

Philip Farrer, Major, Dorsetshire Regiment (39 Foot) 

Ronald Charles Maxwell, Major, Royal Engineers 

Walter Andrew Urquhart, Major, Royal Artillery 

Percy Schletter, Major, Liverpool Regiment (8 F.) 

Henry Cuthbert Connell D. Simpson, Major, R. Artillery ... 

Henry Davison Love, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Edward Ligonier Balfour, Major, Royal Artillery 

Alexander Burridge Purvis, Major, Royal Artillery 

Rowley Wynyard, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Warre Sill, Major, Royal Engineers 

Kenneth Mackean, M ajor, Roy al Engineers 

y.s.c. Edward William Fleming, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Robert Townshend, Major, Royal Artillery 

Andrew Bell-Irving, Major' Royal Artillery 

Willoughby Verner Constable, Major, Royal Engineers ... 
Alwyn de Blaquiere V. Paget, Major, Durham Lt.Inf. (106 F. ) 

John Wilmot Robyns, Major, Royal Marines 

Charles Tom Reay, Major, Manchester Regiment (63 F.) .. 

Thomas Davison, Major, Cheshire Regiment (22 F.) 

Thomas Vaughan Wynn Phillips, Major, Royal Artillery .. 

Robert H. Jennings, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Napier Simpson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Sinclair May, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. George Dudley Carleton, Ifiy'or, Leicester Regt. (17 F. 

Richard Louis Milne, I)SO. Major, Leicester Regiment 

Lord Edmund Bernard Talbot, Major, 11 Hussars 

p.s.c. Joseph Howard Poett, Major, Dorsetshire Regt. (39 F.) 

Reginald Pemberton Leach, Major, Royal Artillery 

Algernon Campbell Foley, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Charles Barton Gray, Major, Welsh Regiment 

George T. F. Downman, Major, Gordon Highlanders 

p.s.c. George W.\C Mackenzie, 1 Major, h'.p. Suffolk Regiment 

Octavius Rove, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Henry Darling, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Mackenzie Edwards, Major, Berkshire Regiment ... 

Charles Coningham, Major, Worcestershire Regiment 

Wm. James Holmes Frodsham, Major, E. Surrey Regt 

Reginald iivelynBoothby, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Morris foynton, Major, Somerset Light Infantry 

■Chas. Theodore Becker, Major, King's Own Scottish Brdrs... 

Alex. Wm. Dennistown Campbell, Major, Indian S.C 

Charles Stuart Wheler, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

William Grenville Mansel, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Maurice Crosby Cooke-Collis, Major. Indian Staff Corps 

William Selwood Hewett, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Francis George Lawrence Mainwaring, Major, Indian S.C... 

Alexander Bowes Mein, Major, Indian Staff' Corps 

Mossom Innis Gibbs, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Charles Mordaunt FitzGerald, Major, Indian Staff Corps ... 

Herbert Edward Rawson, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Jacob Mackenzie, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Speed Andrews- Speed, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Henry Darbj', Major, Royal Artillery 

John George Adamson, Major, Yorkshire Light Infantry ... 
■Charles Hamilton Des Vceux, Major, Indian Staff Corps ... 

Samuel Keith Harries, Major, Devonshire Regiment 

John Charles Tyler, Major, Royal Engineers 

David Fitzgerald Downing, Major, Royal Artillery 

Walter Fullarton Ludovic Lindsay, Major, Royal Artillery 

Stephen Frewen, Major, 16 Lancers 

Edward Grant Wilkinson, Major, Royal Marines 

George Thorpe Onslow, Major, Royal Marines 

Richard Bannatine-Allason, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Henry Cleland Dunlop, Major, Royal Artillery 

Capel George Adye, Major, West Yorkshire Regiment 

James Owen Hodgson, Major, Royal Artillery. .7 

Frank Robert Lowth, Major, Lincolnshire Regiment 



COBNET, 
2nd LIEUT. 
OrENSTGN. 



23 July 79 



30 Jan. 
20 Mar. 78 

1 1 May 78 



27 Apr. 70 



22 Jan. 79 



2 4 July 



30 Nov. 70 



17 Aug. 74 
6 Mar. 72 

1 Dec. 

2 May 72 
9 Aug. 73 

30 Dec. 71 

2 May 72 

2 May 72 

2 May 72 

28 Feb. 74 

17 Aug. 74 

28 Feb. 74 

17 Aug. 74 

1 Oct. 
1 7 Aug. 74 
50 Nov. 78 
^o Dec. 71 

14 Dec. 78 

2 May 72 
13 June 75 
10 Sept.75 
20 Nov. 75 

9 Aug. 73 
17 Aug. 74 

2 May 72 
20 Nov. 75 

1 May 72 
Aug. 74 
June 76 
Aug. 72 
Sept. 72 
Aug. 74 
Aug. 74 
Aug. 74 
Sept. 72 
Sept. 72 
Jan. 75 
Jan. 75 
Jan. 7s 
Sept. 72 
Feb. 75 
Oct. 74 
Feb. 75 
Oct. 71 
Jan. 75 
Sept. 72 
Jan. 75 
Jan. 75 
Sept. 76 
Aug. 73 
Nov. 75 
Sept.76 
Jan. 75 
May 72 
Dec. 71 
Nov. 76 
Feb. 76 
Jan. 75 
Sept.72 
Nov. 79 
Mar. 72 
Feb. 74 
Jan. 75 
Nov. 73 
Aug. 73 
Dec. 71 
Dec. 71 
Dec. 71 
Dec. 71 
Dec. 71 
Dec. 71 
Dec. 71 
Dec. 71 
Dec. 71 
Sept. 72 
Sept.72 
Sept.72 
Jan. 75 
Sept.76 
Jan. 72 
June 74 
Sept.72 
Jan. 75 
Jan. 75 
Jan. 80 
July 74 
Jan. 76 
Jan. 75 
Jan. 75 
Nov. 75 
Jan. 75 
Oct. 71 



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26 July 
12 Aug. 

2 May 
14 July 
23 May 

2 May 
2 May 

2 May 

3 May 
2 Sept. 
1 Apr. 

5 Sept. 

6 June 
8 Sept. 
6 June 

30 Dec. 

1 Jan. 



16 



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10 Sept.86 

26 Apr. 82 

27 Mar. 83 
26 Sept.83 

2 May 84 
18 July 84 
2 May 84 
7 Oct. 83 
7 Mar. 82 

23 Oct. 83 
12 Sept. 84 

1 Nov. 83 

7 Nov. 83 
14 Nov. 83 
12 Sept.84 
12 Sept.84 

4 Nov. 83 
6 Nov. 83 

1 Dec. 83 
12 Sept.84 

24 Aug. 81 
23 July 84 

" Mar. 82 
20 Feb. 84 

2 Dec. 83 
12 Sept.84 

•g Dec. 83 
31 Dec. 83 
26 Mar. 84 
18 Mar. 85 
14 Sept. 3i 
18 July 84 

1 Jan. 84 

2 May 84 
30 Aug. 81 

28 Nov. 83 
14 July 83 

1 Jan. 84 

2 Sept.84 

8 June 84 
1 Feb. 82 

30 Sept.82 
1 Jan. 84 

3 May 83 
1 July 81 

30 Dec. 83 
30 Dec. 83 
30 Dec. 83 
30 Dec. 83 

Dec. 83!_ 
30 Dec. 83J30 
30 Dec. 83 30 
30 Dec. 83 3 
30 Dec. 83 
12 Sept.84 
12 Sept.84 
12 Sept.84 

1 Jan. 84 
8 Dec. 82 
c Jan. 84 
.8 Nov. 82 

2 Sept.84 
16 Nov. 83 



"o 3c July 9 

82 5 Aug. 91 
85 5 Aug. 91 
84 6 Aug. 91 

83 10 Aug. 91 

83 12 Aug. 91 

84 12 Aug. 9 
84 1 1 3 Aug. 9 
84I13 Aug. 9 
S4.15 Aug. 9 
83J17 Aug. 9 
8i 20 Aug. 9 
83; 20 Aug. 9 
83121 Aug. 9 
83J22 Aug. 9 
"3)26 Aug.. 9 

1 Sept.gt 

1 Sept.91 

1 Sept. 9 
1 Sept. 9 

1 Sept.9L 

2 Sept.91 
2 Sept.91 

7 Sept. 91 

8 Sept.91 
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Oct. 91 
Oct. 91 
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Nov. 91 
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5 May 86 
9 July 84 

:2 Sept.84 

i Jan. 84 
1 Jan. 84 

6 Nov. 81 
1 Jan. 84 

11 Mar. 81 



- jc. 91 
Dec. 91 
Dec. 91 
Dec. 91 
Dec. 91 
Dec. 91 
Deo. 91 
Jan. 92 
Jan. 92 
Jan. 92 
Jan. 92 
Jan. 92 
Jan. 92 
Jan. 92 
Jan. 92 
Feb. 92 
Feb. 92 
Feb. 92 
Feb. 92 
Feb. 92 
Feb. 92 
Feb. 92, 



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13 Oct. 97 



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Majors. 



CORNET, 
2ndLIEDT. 
OTENMGN. 



LIEUT. 



, WHEN 
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HALF PAY. 



3 Mar. 92 

3 Mar. 92 

4 Mar. 92 
9 Mar. 92 

16 Mar. 02 



22 Oct. 81 
28 Jan. 75 
2? May 76 
17 May 77 
9 Mar. 72 
28 Jan. 75 
12 Sept. 72 
28 Jan. 75 
28 Jan. 75 
28 Jan. 75 
27 Mar. 72 

12 Nov. 73J11 Nov 
9 Aug. 75I 1 Jan. 84 
9 Jan. 73 8 Jan. 85 
2 Dec. 74 20 Mar. 85 
9 Jan. 73 8 Jan. 85 

19 Aug. 75 9 Jau. 8410 Apr. 
17 May 76 19 July 82 18 Apr. 92 

13 June 77110 Sept. 8421 Apr 
24 Apr. 72(24 Apr. 84 24 Apr. 92 
24 Apr. 72J24 Apr. 8424 Apr. 92 

1 July Si 25 Oct. 89 27 Apr. 92 
26 Dec. 8c 13 Aug. 90 27 Apr. 92 



15 July 76 
19 Aug. 75 
9 Jan. 73 
29 Oct. 76 
8 May 72 
8 May 72 
26 Feb. 76 
19 Aug. 75 



Robert Fulton, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Richard L. A. Pennington, 3fu;'or,Northuinberland Fusiliers 

p.s.c. Ernest Walter Yeatherd, M ajor, Lancaster Regiment... 

Arthur Bor, Major, West India Regiment 

Francis Charles Annesley, Major, Royal Fusiliers . 

Cecil William Park, Major, Devonshire Regiment 

Frederick James Gavin, Major, Irish RegimeDt 1 May 78 

Donald MacDougall, Major, h.p. 7 Dragoon Guards... 

William Henry Muir Lowe, Major, 7 Dragoon Guards 

Sir Godfrey Vignoles Thomas, Bart., Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Wm. Frank Jackson, Major, Warwick Kegiment ... 22 May 75 

Courtney Vor Trower, Major, South Wales Borderers 

Frank Montague Rundall, DSO. Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Chas. Maximilian Thos. Western, Major, Royal Artillery ... 

George Hamilton Sim, Major, Royal Engineers 

James William Dunlop, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Hampden Evans Acton, Major, Royal Artillery ... 

Robert Lewis Haines, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Blakiston Renny, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

James Charles Oughterson, Major, Army Service Corps 

Hugh PalHser Hickman, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Charles Campbell. Major, Royal Engineers 

Sir Robt. Aug. Wm. Colleton, Bart., Major, Welsh Fusiliers 

Henry Finnis, Major, Royal Engineers 

Alfred Heyland Parratt Turner, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Thomas Swaine, Major, Irish Rifles (86 F.) 

William Keane Richardson, Major, Cheshire Regt. (22 F.) ... 

Philip Arnold Buckland, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Bedford Morant Allen, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Colin John Mackenzie, Captain, Seaforth Highlanders 22 Jan, 

Robert Henry Twigg, Captain, Indian Staff Corps 13 Aug. 79 

Ernest Cooke, Major, Scottish Rifles (26 F.) 

Walter Stanbury Churchward, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Archibald Ferrier, DSO. Major, Royal Engineers.. 

Edward Cyril Mills, Major. West Yorkshire Regt. (14 F.) 

Charles Withers Ravenshaw, Maior, Indian Staff Corps .. 

Wm. Caldwell Faure Field, Major, Indian Staff Corps .. 
p.s.c. Horace L. Smith-Dorrien, DSO. Major, Derby Regt. 
Knightley Stalker Dunsterville, Major, Royal Artillery .. 

Arthur Tracey, Major, Royal Artillery 

p. i.e. William AprJey Smith, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Octavius Piers, Major, Royal Artillery '. 

Edmund Richard Scott, Major, Leicester Regiment (17 F. 

Spencer Godfrey Bird, Major, Dublin Fusiliers 

p.s.c. Hon. North de Coigny Dalrymple,i)/u/or,ScotsGuards 

George Hastings Bittleston, Major, Royal Artillery 

William John Hicks, Major, Royal Artillery 

Cecil Arthur Howard, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Davidson Fullerton, Major, Royal Engineers 

Thomas Caldwell Pears, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Edmund Augustine Burrows, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis Henry Penny, Major, Munster Fusiliers 

Charles,Reginald Hoskyn, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Cecil Eagles, Major, Royal Marines 

Henry Martindale Temple, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

George Champney Palmes, Major, South Wales Borderers 

Robert George Buchanan-Riddell, Major, King's R. Rifles.., 

p.s.c. Francis Seymour Inglefleld, Major, E. Yorkshire Regt. 

Murray Venables Hilton, Major, Worcestershire Regiment 30 Jan. 78 

Hugh Wodehouse Pearse, Major, East Surrey Regiment 

Edgar Charles Spilsbury, Major, Royal Engineers 

Hugh James Archdale, Major, Welsh Fusiliers 

p.s.c. Albert Farrar Gatliff, Major, Royal Marines 

Arthur Dolben Bulpett, Major, Derbyshire Regiment 

p.s.c. Charles Molyneux Hutton, M ajor, Lancashire Fusiliers 

Philip Francis Durham, Major, 10 Hussars 

Alfred Henry Carter, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edgar Alan Lambart, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Turner Jones, Major, Royal Engineers 

Edward John Bentley Buckle, Major, Yorkshire Regiment | 8 Dec. 77 

Alexander Gordon Duff, Major, Black Watch 

Frederick Edward Verney Taylor, Ma^or, Derbyshire Regt. 
Herbert Edwards Irwin, Major, Warwickshire Regiment ... 

William Daniel Conner, Major, Royal Engineers 

Arthur James Ramsay Van Cortlandt, Major, 3 Hussars ... 

Kichard Martin Crofton, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis Lloyd, Major, Grenadier Guards 

John Willoughby Astley Marshall, Ma'or, Irish Fusiliers ... 
Percy John Tonson Lewis, Captain, Army Service Corps ... 
p.s.c! Hon. Arthur Stewart Hardinge, Major, Scots Fus. ... 

James Farish Malcolm Fawcett, Maior, 5 Lancers 

Waldemar Delmar Lindley, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Hubert Blount, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Charles Herbert Farquharson, Major, 3 Dragoon Gds. 
p.s.c. Benjamin Reddie Hawes, Major, Munster Fus. (104 F.) 

Edward Andiee Wylde, Major, Royal Marines 

William Walter Lean, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

George Alfred Money, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Arthur Wildman Prior, Major, N. Staffordshire Regiment 
Alexander Houghton Abercrombie, Major, Scots Fusiliers 
Gerald Lionel J. Goff, Major, Argyll and Sutherland Hldrs. .. 

Arthur Edmund Horniblow, Major, Royal Marines 27 Jan. 76'i7May 

Robert Thomas Hanford-Flood, Maior, West Surrey Regt. 7 Dec. 70 28 Oct. 7i!isApr. 82 



17 Feb. 72 17 Feb. 84 17 Feb. 92 
11 Sept. 76 9 Sept.82 22 Feb. 92 
13 Nov. 72 7 Oct. 8i 24 Feb. 92 

18 Dec. 73 16 Jan. 85 24 Feb. 92 
27 June 75 24 Mar. 82, 2 Mar. 92 

5 June 75 9 Jan. 83 2 Mar. 92 

9 July 79J21 May 84! 2 Mar. 92 

Sept. 76 1 Jan. 85! 2 Mar. 92 21 Mar. 913 

9 Mar. 87 2 Mar. 92 

1 Jan. 84 

12 Feb. 84 

8 Oct. 81 

9 Mar. 8, 
1 Jan 



12 Sept.84Ji6 Mar. 92 

1 Jan. 84 18 Mar. 92 

1 Jan. 84' 19 Mar, 92 

1 Jan. 84*23 Mar. 92 

27 Mar. 84 27 Mar. 9 

1 Apr. 92 

1 Apr. 9 

1 Apr. 9 

2 Apr. 02 
4 Apr. 92 



19 Aug. 75 1 16 Jan. 84 
19 Aug. 75 13 Mar 84 
19 Aug. 75 1 31 May 84 
5 June 75! 26 Mar. 84 
28 Feb. 74 '12 Mar. 81 

28 Oct. 71 15 Aug. 83 
19 Aug. 75, 18 Mar. 84 
19 Aug. 75 '18 Mar. 84 
19 Aug. 7s{i3 June 84 

9 Jan. 731 8 Jan. °- 

29 May 72 '29 May 



24 Jan. 83 29 Apr. 92 
9 Jan. 84 '30 Apr. 92 
8 Jan. 85! 3 May 92 

11 Nov. 82 6 May 92 
8 May 84 8 May 92 

8 May 84 8 May 92 
22 Aug. £211 May 92 

9 Jan. 84' 12 May 



19 Aug. 75 
2 Dec 74 
9 Jan. 73 
1 uly 74 
8 June 72 



2 July 84 
26 July 8 

8 Jan. 8.. 
19 Jan. 85 

8 June 84 



28 Oct. 



1 May 78 
1 May 78 



Sept. 771 9 June 
20 Nov. 75 j 9 Sept. 84 
13 June 74 30 June 84 
31 Aug. 78:20 Nov. 85 
11 Feb. 75,30 June 83 
9 Jan. 73J 8 Jan. 85 
11 Feb. 75I17 July 84 
27 Jan. 76,23 liar. 85 
20 Nov. 75 j 19 Jan 



9 Aug. 73 
20 Nov. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
9 Jan. 73 
8 Dec. 77 
" Apr. 75 



12 May 92 

13 May 92 
13 May 92 
18 May 92 
21 May 92 
23 May 
23 May 
25 May 92 
25 May 92 
25 May 92 
29 May 92 

2 June 92 

3 J une 92 
3 June 92 
3 June 92 

8 June 92 

9 June 92 
10 June g? 

2 July 02 

c July 92 
[2 July 9 

12 July 92 

13 July 92 
8 July 9 

July 92 



15 Nov. S3J27 July 92 
iS Feb. 84^27 July 92 
1 Aug. 3 4l 27 July 92 
14 Aug. 84 27 July 92 
8 Jan. 85127 July 92 
1 Aug. 84:28 July 92 
4 Dec. 85 1 3 Aug. 92 



17 May 77 1 22 July 83! 4 Aug. 92 
19 Jan. 761 4 June 84! 6 Aug. 92 

9 Jan. 731 8 Jan. 85I 6 Au, 
28 Oct. 71 j 15 Oct. 8i[toAug. 92 
:g Aug. 75 17 Aug. 84 10 Aug. 92 

18 Mar. 75) 1 Apr. 85; 10 Aug. 92 
30 Nov. 77 5 Oct. 87, 10 Aug. 92 



23 Feb. 81 
11 Sept. 80 
30 June 81 
9 Jan. 73 

19 Aug. 75 
27 Jan. 83 

20 Nov. 75 
27 Jan. 76 
11 Sept.? 2 
11 Sept.72 
13 June 75 
26 July 76 
10 Mar. 75 



1 Apr. 89' 10 Aug. 92 
25 Aug. 86i 16 Aug. 92 
9 June 84J 19 Aug. 92 
8 Jan. 85 27 Aug. 92 



20 Aug. 84 

12 Feb. 87 
1 Apr. 85 

13 Apr. 85 
11 Sept. 84 
11 Sept. 84 

4 Jan. 84 
1 Sept. 83 
1 July 84 



2 Sept. 52 

5 Sept. 92 

6 Sept. 92 
8 Sept. 92 

11 Sept.92 
11 Sept.92 

14 Sept.92 

15 Sept.92 
21 Sept.92 

28 Sept. 92 

29 Sept.92 



Majors. 



58 



ndLiEUT. 
orENsrQN. 



George Newton Halifax Barlow, Major, Royal Artillery .. 

Frederick Baumgardt Elinslie, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.e. Norman Bruce Inglefield, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Henry Stopford Dawkins, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Edward Hugh Bethell, Major, Royal Engineers 

Frederick William Town Attree, Major, Roya'. Engineers.. 

Alexander Lechinere Mein, Major, Royal Engineers 

Philip Francis Tallents, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers 

George Borlase Stevens, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Percy Temple Rivett-Carnac, Major, W. Riding Regt. (76 F.) 
p.s.c. Samuel A. Einem Hickson, BSO. Major, Royal Eng 

Frederick Williams Becher, Major, Bedford Regiment 

William Augustus Scott, Major, Gordon Highlanders 

Henry Capel Loift Holden, Major, Royal Artillery 

Nigel Maxwell, Major, Ro3'al Artillery 

Sydney Philip Strong, Major, Scottish Rifles 

David Edward Wood, Major, 8 Hussars 

Lawrence JamiesonTonie, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Roderick William MacLeod, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Walter F. C. Chichele' Plowden, Afti/or, Indian Staff Corps. 
Gerald Charles Penrice Onslow, Major, Royal;Engineers.. 

Hon. Henry Arthur Ormshy Gore, Major, n Hussars 

O'Donnel Colley Grattan, Major, Liverpool Regiment 

Herbert S wayn'e FitzGerald, Major, Durham Light Infantry 

Raymond Charles Foster, Major, Royal Artillery 

Cholmeley E.C.liranSUHarrison, Major, W.Kent Regt.(97 F. 

Peter Robert Bairnsfather, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

William Francis Howard Stafford, Major, R. Engineers .. 

Richard Owen, Major, 21 Hussars 

Arthur Graves Spratt, Major, Devonshire Regiment 

John Lindesay Keir, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis Algernon Curteis, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Monteith, Major, Indian Staff Corps '. 

Redmond Conynirham S. Macausland, Major, Indian S. C 

Henry Richard Marrett, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Goodson Adye, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Edmund Augustus Waller, Major, Royal Engineers 

Acheson Whitmore St. George, Major, W. Yorkshire Regt. 
Henry Montague Pakington Hawkes, Major, Indian S. C 
Arthur Herbert Keuney, CMG. Major, Royal Engineers .. 
William de Bathe Hatton, Major, Seafortli Highlanders .. 
Arthur Patrick Douglas Lushington, Major, 3 Dragoon Gds 
Acheson F. Acheson Lyle, Major, Shropshire Lt.Inf. (85 F.) 

Winton Seton, Maior, Leinster Regiment (100 F.) 

Robert Howden Kellie, Major, S. Lancashire Regt. (82 F.) 
William Augustus Edm. St. Clair, Major, Royal Engineers 
Richard Charles Graham Mayne, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

p.s.e. Arthur Gillespie Churchill, Major, 12 Lancers 

Arthur Templeman Morse, Major, West Kent Regiment . 

William Vieris Dickinson, Major, Welsh Regiment 

Alexander Pringle, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Edward James Fandon Wood. Major, Indian Staff Corps . 

Hubert James M'Laughlin, Major, 5 Lancers 

Harold Gore-Browne, Major, King's Royal Rifles 

George Alfred Tower, Major, Royal Engineers 

Frederick John Tobin, Major, Irish Rifles (86 Foot) 

Hastings Read, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Joseph Oxley English, Major, Royal Artillery 

p. s.c.Fred. John Arthur Trench, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Alexander Anderson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Wm.Aldworth, .DSO. Major, Bedfordshire Regt. (16 F.) 

Henry George Daniel, Major, Inniskilling Fusiliers (27 F.) 

Duncan Campbell Carter, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edmund Kendal Grimstone Aylmer, Major, 19 Hussars .. 

Maurice George Moore, Major, Connaught Rangers 

Alexander Wm. Day Maclean, Major, Connaught Rangers 

Charles James Robarts, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Algernon William Collings, Major, Scots Fusiliers (21 F.)... 
Thomas Fras. Arch. Kennedy, Major, Cameron Highldrs. 

Thomas James Atherton, Major, 12 Lancers 

Edward Hogarth Molesworth, Mujor, Indian Staff Corps... 

Walter Adye, Major, Irish Rifles....: 

Henry Weston Helyar, Major, Warwickshire Regiment ... 

Robt. Ramsay Napier Sturt, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Reginald Hawkins Hall, Major, S.Lancashire Regt. (.40 F.) 
Charles G. Matthews-Donaldson, Major, Border Regiment 

James Ahmuty Fearon, Major, Yorkshire Regimient 

George Pensam Bourcicault, Major, Army Service Corps... 
Thomas Preston Battersby, Mujor, Army Ordnance Dept... 
Cecil Vernon Wingfield- Stratford, Major, Royal Engineers 

Cedric Maxwell, Major, Royal Engineers 

John H. Verschoyle, Major, Duke of Cornwall's Lt.I.<32 F.j 
William Pitcairn Campbell, Major, King's Royal Rifles ... 
William Weallens, Major, Northamptonshire Regiment ... 

John Davidson, Major, North Lancashire Regt. (47 F.) 

James Christopher Reynolds, Major, Welsh Regiment 

George Frend, Major, Northumberland Fusiliers (5 F.) ... 
Henry Cuthbert Denny, Major, Northampton Regt. (48 F.) 

Henry Beaufoy Thornhill, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Lovick Bransby Friend, Major, Royal Engineers 

Hon. Richard Thompson Lawley, Major, 7 Hussars 

p.s.c. Francis Gleadowe Stone, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edw. Henry Hopton Montresor, Major, Indian Staff Corps 
Sydney Beliingham Jameson, Major, Seaforth Highldrs.... 



30 Jan. 7! 



.} Jan. 78 



:i Aug. i 



r 1 Aug. 80 



11 Aug 



5 Sept.77 
11 Aug. 80 



II AUg. 



30 Jan. 78 
30 Jan. 78 



3 Jan. 



11 May 78 



31 Oct. 77 



13 Oct. 77 



MEUT. 

19 Aug. 75 2 
19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 2 
19 Aug. 75 
9 Jan. 73 
9 Jan. 7 
29 Apr. 73 

26 Feb. 75 
19 Sept.77 

3 July 73 

29 Apr. 73 
21 Sept.72 
21 Sept. 74 
19 Aug. 7 
19 Aug. 75 
7 Aug. 78 

28 Feb. 75 
19 Oct. 7 

19 Oct. 72 

I g Oct. 72 

29 Apr. 73 

II Nov. 76 

10 Mar. 77 

11 Feb. 75 
2 Feb. 76 

11 Sept. 76 
2 Nov 

29 Apr. 73 

12 Nov. 73 
23 May 75 

2 Feb. 76 
2 Feb. 76 

13 Nov. 72 
13 Nov. 72 
13 Nov. 72 
13 Nov. 72 
29 Apr. 73 

28 June 78 
23 Nov. 72 

29 Apr. 73 

28 Apr. 77 
1 July 

11 Feb. 7s 
:i Feb. 75 

30 Dec. 71 

29 Apr. 73 
21 Dec. 72 

1 July 

28 Apr. 77 
Feb. 76 

30 Dec. 72 
1 Jan. 73 
1 July 81 

1 Feb. 76 

29 Apr. 73 

12 May 77 
5 Jan. 73 

2 Feb. 76 
2 Feb. 76 
2 Feb. 76 

13 June 74 
21 Mar.78 

2 Feb. 76 
1 July 81 

3 June 74 

20 Aug. 79 
Feb. 73 

20 Nov. 75 

27 Jan. 75 
1 July 81 

24 Feb. 73 
19 Oct. 78 
17 May 79 
9 Mar. 73 
12 Nov. 7 



2 Feb. 76 
29 Apr. 73 
29 Apr. 73 
13 June 75 

10 Mar. 76 
23 Jan. 79 

28 Feb. 74 
6 Sept. 76 

29 Nov. 76 
29 Oct. 79 
23 Apr. 73 

11 Sept.73 
11 Feb. 76 

2 Feb. 76 
8 May 73 
13 Nov. 78 



CAPTAIN. 



■5 Aug. 84 
7 Aug. 84 

7 Aug. 84 
1 Sept. 84 

8 Jan. 
8 Jan. 
8 Jan. 

15 Oct. 81 
19 Sept. 8: 
19 Dec. 8 

8 Jan. 6„ 

10 Oct. 7Q 
1 Dec. Si 
1 Oct. 
1 Oct. 84 

11 Sent. 83 
3 Oct 

19 Oct. 84 

19 Oct. 84 

9 Oct. " 
8 Jan. 

25 July 83J24 Oct 

20 Sept. 82 26 Oct 



MAJ0H. 



1 Oct. 
1 Oct. 
1 Oct. 
1 Oct. 
1 Oct. 
1 Oct. 
1 Oct. 
5 Oct. 9: 

5 Oct. 92 

6 Oct. 92 

7 Oct. 
10 Oct. 92 
10 Oct. 92 
12 Oct. 92 
15 Oct. 92 



6 Oct. 
19 Oct. 
19 Oct. 
19 Oct. 
19 Oct. 
Oct. 



5 Jnlj 
2 Oct 
4 Sept. 84 
2 Nov. 84 
8 Jan. 
13 June 

20 Mar. 82 
2 Oct. 
4 Oct. 84 

13 Nov. 84 
13 Nov , 
13 Nov. 84 

13 Nov. 
8 Jan. 

28 Feb. 
23 Nov. , 

8 Jan. 85 
27 Mar. 85 

7 May 
11 May 87 

1 Jan. 84 

29 Oct. 83 

8 Jan. 85 

21 Dec. 84 
1 May 86 

9 Sept. 84 
1 Jan. 83 

30 Dec. 84 
1 Jan. 85 

30 May 88 

[2 May 85 
8 Jan. 85 
1 Apr. 83 
8 Jan. 85 

18 Oct. 84 
4 Nov. 84 
7 Nov. 84 

30 Mar. 81 
4 Oct. 84 
7 Nov. 84 

7 Nov. 83 
1 Nov. 82 

:5 Aug. 85 

8 Jan. 85 

1 Mar. 84 
>o Jan. 86 

2 Feb. 87 
8 Jan. 85 

14 Nov. 84 
20 Sept. 84 

Jan. 85 
_ , ~ 15 July 83 
15 July 77 15 May 84 
^i Jan. 78 16 Aug. 84 
Sept. 76 15 Apr. 84 



8 Oct. 84 
8 Jan. 85 
8 Jan. 85 

29 Dec. 83 
18 Apr. 85 

30 Sept. 8 3 

1 Oct. 81 

2 June 83 
14 July 83 
20 Oct. 83 

8 Jan. 85 
8 Jan. 85 
2j July 85 
roNov.84 
8 Jan. 85 
18 Jan. 88 



31 Oct. 92 

1 Nov. 92 

2 Nov 
?. Nov. 92 

5 Nov. 9 

6 N v. 92 
9 Nov. 92 
9 Nov. 92 
9 Nov. 92 

13 Nov. 92 
13 Nov. 92 
13 Nov. 92 
13 Nov. 92 
13 Nov. 92 
16 Nov. 92 
23 Nov. 92 
23 Nov. 92 

23 Nov. 92 

24 Nov. 92 
30 Nov. 92 

1 Dec. 92 
11 Dec. 92 
19 Dec. 92 
21 Dec. 92 

21 Dec. 92 

23 Dec. 92 

28 Dec. 92 
30 Dec. 92 

1 Jan. 93 
1 Jan. 93 

4 Jan. 93 
8 Jan. 93 

10 Jan. 93 

5 Jan. 93 
19 Jan. 93 
19 Jan. 93 
>9 Jan. 93 

1 Feb. 93 
1 Feb. 93 

1 Feb. 93 

7 Feb. 03 

8 Feb. 93 

8 Feb. 93 

22 Fob. 93 

Feb. 93 
:2 Feb. 03 

22 Feb. 93 

24 Feb. 93 

2 Mar. 93 

3 Mar. 93 

9 Mar 93 
27 Mar. 93 

Mar. 93 

29 Mar. 93 

1 Apr. 93 
1 Apr. 93 
1 Apr. 93 

4 Apr. 93 

5 Apr. 93 
5 Apr. 93 
8 Apr. 93 

11 Apr. 93 
14 Apr. 93 
22 Apr. 93 
22 Apr. 93 

1 May 93 
3 May 93 

5 M ay 93 

6 May 93 
8 May 93 
8 May 93 



VMllJN 
PLACED Olf 

HALF PAY. 



E 



5g-6o 



Majors. 



Wm. Henry Morris Bent, Major, South Stafford Rest. (38 F.) 

Robert Charles Pentland, Major, Dublin Fusiliers 

Charles Theo. Evelyn Metcalfe, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Gerald Edward Shute, Major, Royal Engineers 

p. s. c. Percy Hugh Hamon Massy, Major, 6 Dragoon Guards 

Harold Carinichael Wylly, Major, Derbyshire Regiment ... 

Frederick Rainsford-Hannay, M ajor, Ruyal Engineers 

"William Hope Young, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

p.s.c. Charles Rudyerd Simpson, Major, Lincoln Regiment 

Charles Emilius Curll, Major, South Wales Borderers 

Oswald James Daniell, Major, West Kent Regiment 

p.s.c. John Moore Gawne, Major, Lancaster Regiment 

Arthur Cairns Daniell, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Hasluck Campbell, Major, Argyll and Sutherland) 
Highlanders (93 Foot) ) 

William Henry Hippisley.U/iy'or, 2 Dragoons 

William Hann'a, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Herbert de tlaga Haig, Major, Royal Engineers 

Edward Owen Fisher Hamilton, Major, W. Surrey Regt.... 

Charles Augustus King Hall, Major, Munster Fus. (104 F.) 

Charles Edward Duff, Major, 8 Hussars 

Cooper Penrose, Major, Royal Engineers 

John fieorge Day, Major, Royal Engineers 

Frank Broadwood Matthews, Major, Lancaster Regiment. 

Geoffrey Morehead Porter, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Charles Nicholls, Major, Royal Marine Artiliery 

Anthony John Abdy, Major, Royal Artillery 

Alan George Chichester, Major, Irish Regiment 

Frederick Power Lawrence White, Major, Indian S. C. . 

Henry Streatfeild, Major, Grenadier Guards 

Henry Joseph Walker Jerome, Major, Royal Engineers . 
Charles Grant, Major, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 

Robert Francis Gartside-Tipping, Major, Indian S. C 

Horace George Proctor Beauchainp, Major, 20 Hussars ... 
Valens CongreveTonnochy, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Malcolm John Meade, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

John de Courcy Dashwood Meade, Major, Indian S. C 

Harry Everard Passy, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Eustace Edward Melville Lawford, Major, Indian S. 0. ... 

Francis William Egerton, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Edward Montgomerie Nedharn, Major, Indian Staff Corps 
Arthur Wilbraham Twining Radcliffe, 3Iajor, Indian 3. 0. 

Charles Mervyn Barlow, Major, Royal Artillery 

Gilbert Henry Claude Hamilton, Major, 14 Hussars 

Elmhirst Rhodes, DSO. Major, Berkshire Regt. (49 Foot)... 
Lawrence Litchfield Steele, Major, East Yorkshire Regt. ... 

St. John Corbet Gore, Major, 5 Dragoon Guards 

Alfred G. G. Elton, Major, Connaught Rangers 

Alexander MacWhirterRenny, Major, Indian Staff Corps ... 
George Kenneth Scott-Moncrieff, Major, Royal Engineers 

Edwin Lol'tus M'Causland, Major, Royal Marines 

Herbert Cecil Money, Major, Royal Marines 

Ernest Vernon Bellers, Major, Middlesex Regiment 

Walter Henry Scott, Major, East Lancashire Regiment 

Forbes Macbean, Major, Gordon Highlanders 

William Henry Forbes Taylor, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Francis Wm. Charley, Major, Inniskilling Fusiliers... 

Robert Eccles, Major, Oxford Light Infantry 

James Willcoeks, DSO. Major, Leinster Regiment 

John Francis Craig, Major, Royal Artillery 

Lewis M. Murray Hall, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

John Blaxell Woon, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Robt. Fras. Ladeveze Napier, Major, Cam. Hig'nldrs. (79 F.) 
Johnston Stoney Talbot, Major, Shropshire Lt. Infantry ... 

ji.s.c. William Lewis White, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Heremon O'Neill, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arbuthnott James Hughes, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Wm. Geo. Balfour Western, Major, West Kent Regt... 

Frederick Rennell Thackeray, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis Gibson Cotter, Major, Royal Marines 

AVm. A. Lenox-Conyngham, Major, Worcester Regt. (29 F.) 

Edward Douglass Kennedy, Major, Scottish Rifles 

p.s.c. Finlay Cochrane Beatson, Major, Wiltshire Regimen 

p.s.c. Arthur Edw. Wm. Colville, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Charles Anthony Lamb, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Edmund J ohn Hollway, Major, Duke of Cornwall's Light ") 

Infantry (32 Foot) j 

Hew Dalrymple Fanshawe, Major, 19 Hussars 

James Molesworth Candy, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Henry Fnrtescue, 3Iajor, 17 Lancers 

Francis Douglas Lumley, Major, Middlesex Regt. (57 F.) 
Sir Francis Robert Millington Synge, Bart. Major, S. > 

Lancashire Regiment J 

p.s.c. Thos. Edw. Compton, Major, Northamptonshire Regt. 

Horace Robert Stopford, Major, Coldstream Guards 

William Lambert, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Harry Leonard Dawson, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

William Gordon Yate, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Alexander Wilson, Major, Argyll and Sutherland High- 
landers (93 Foot) 

Henry M'Leod Young, Major, Inniskilling Fusiliers 

Thomas Hope Stavert, Major, Leinster Regiment 

Ernest Charles Lambert Congdon, Major, Royal Marines 



CORNET, 

2ndnEtrT. 

or ENSIGN. 

28~Feb. 75 
21 Aug. 72 
21 Sept. 74 
ii Sept. 73 
11 Feb. 75 
11 Sept. 78 
11 Sept. 73 
29 May 73 
■21 Sept. 74 
14 Sept.78'23 Jan. 79 



11 May 78 



11 May 73 



4 Dec. 78 



25 May 78 



22 Jan. 79 
5 Sept.77 



o Jan. 78 



30 Jan. 78 



13 Aug. 79 



1 May 78 



30 Jan. 78 



22 Feb. 79 
30 Jan. 78 
14 Jan. 80 



8 May So 
13 Jane 75 

2 Feb. 76 

:o Sept.77 

22 May 75 
2 Feb. 70 
11 Sept. 73 

9 Aug. 73 
20 Nov. 75 

1 July 81 
11 Sept. 73 
11 Sept.73 
15 July 78 
11 Sept.73 
15 July 72 

2 Feb. 76 

1 Jan. 80 
24 July 73 
26 Aug. 76 
11 Sept.73 

9 Aug. 73 

3 Aug. 73 
11 Oct. 78 

9 Aug. 73 
9 Aug. 73 
9 Aug. 73 
9 Aug. 73 
9 Aug. 73 
9 Aug. 73 
9 Aug. 73 
9 Aug. 73 

2 Feb. 76 

1 Sept.75 

4 Mar. 80 

2 Dec. 74 
1 July 81 

20 June 79 
11 Sept.73 
11 Sept.73 

1 Sept. 76 

1 Sept. 76 

21 Sept. 74 
20 Nov. 75 

11 Nov. 76 

2 Feb. 76 

1 Nov. 78 

28 Feb. 74 
20 Oct. 79 

2 Feb. 76 
1 Oct. 73 

1 Oct. 73 

29 Nov. 76 
6 Oct. 75 

2 Feb. 76 
2 Feb. 76 
2 Feb. 76 

12 July 80 
2 Feb. 76 
1 Sept. 76 

1 Feb. 79 
15 July 78 

12 Nov. 7_ 

10 Sept.75 

11 Feb. 76 

11 Sept. 76 

28 June 82 

2 Nov. 73 
15 July 76 
10 Mar. 75 

23 Nov. 73 

15 Nov. 79 

13 June 74 

12 Nov. 73 
12 Nov. 73 

12 Nov. 73 

1 July 3 1 

13 Nov. 78 



3 Mar. 83 10 May 93 
6 July 82 17 May 93 
1 Jan. 84J17 May 93 
8 Jan. 83I22 May 93 
to July 82^4 May 93 
1 May 84I26 May 93 
8 Jan. 85J2O May 93 
8 Jan. 85! 29 May 93 

19 July H-J 7 Jane 93 
5 Jan. 84! 9 June 93 

17 Dec. 84I12 June 93 
28 May 84I26 June 93 

20 Nov. 84 26 June 93 

8 Oct. 84 27 June 93 



WHEN 
PLACED OK 
HALF PAT. 



i June 84 
24 Nov. 84 

8 Jan. 8 
19 Dec. 8 
26 Sept.83 
19 Sept.83 

8 Jan. 85 

8 Jan. 85 
18 Apr. 85 

8 Jan. 85 
15 July 84 

5 Dec. 84 

3 Dec. 84 

8 Jan. 85 

9 Apr. 85 
8 Jan. 85 

14 Jan. 84 
8 Jan. 85 
5 Oct. 84 
3 Jan. 85 
8 Jan. 85 



:3 June 93 
18 June 93 
1 July 93 
3 July 93 
8 July 93 

8 July 93 

July 93 
10 July 93 
12 July 93 

14 July 93 

15 July 93 

22 July 93 

23 July 93 

24 July 93 
26 July 03 

1 Aug. 93 

2 Aug. 93 

3 Aug. 93 

9 Aug. 93 
9 Aug. 93 
9 Aug 93 



8 Jan. 85 1 9 Aug. 93 
8 Jan. 85 1 9 Aug. 93 
8 Jan. 85 1 9 Aug. 93 



8 Jan. 85 
8 Jan. 85 
8 Jan. 85 
11 Dec. 84 



9 Aug. 93 
9 Aug. 93 
9 Aug. 93 
.9 Aug. 93 



24 July 85123 Aug. 93 
16 Oct. 84l3oAug. 93 
1 Oct. 84 6 Sept.93 
6 Sept.9 



25 Feb. 85 
so July 85 
"8 Jan. 85 

8 Jan. 85 

8 Aug. 85 

28 Aug. 85 

23 May 84 

12 Mar. 84 
2 July 84 

13 Dec. 84 
13 Jan. 85 

26 Mar. 84 
21 Au: 



6 Sept.93 
11 Sept.93 
11 Sept.93 
11 Sept.93 
;i Sept.93 
18 Sept.93 
23 Sept.93 
23 Sept.93 
23 Sept.93 
23 Sept. 9_ 
27 Sept 93 
29 Sept.93 



10 Jan. 85 
8 Jan. 85 
8 Jan. 85 

14 July 83 

27 Aug. 84 
29 Jan. 85 

3 Feb. 85 

4 Feb. 85 
6 Mar. 85 
6 Feb. 85 
6 Oct. 85 

20 Jan. 86 

14 Nov. 83 

11 Mar. 81 
1 Aug. 84 

1 Aug. 84 

2 May 86 

2 July 85 
8 Jan. 84 
6 June 82 

28 June84l 6 Nov. 93 

15 July 83 1 8 Nov. 93 

14 Nov. 83 1 8 Nov. 93 
19 Oct. 85^10 Nov. 93 
8 Jan. 85)12 Nov. 93 
8 Jan. 85; 12 Nov. 93 
8 Jan. 85! 12 Nov. 93 

13 Nov. 84! 18 Nov. 93 

2 Feb. 85I 1 Dec. 93 



;o Sept. 93 
1 Oct. 93 

1 Oct. 93 
4 Oct. 93 
4 Oct. 93 
4 Oct. 93 
4 Oct. 9 
4 Oct. 
4 Oct. 
6 Oct. 
6 Oct. 
9 Oct. 

10 Oct. 

11 Oct. 
11 Oct. 
15 Oct. 93 

18 Oct. 93 

25 Oct. 93 

2 Nov. 93 
6 Nov. 93 



25 Aug. 80*28 June 3s ! 2 Dec. 93 
1 Sept.76 1 Nov. 85 1 5 Dec. 93 



Majors. 



COltNET, 

|2IldLIEUT. 
lOriiNSIGS 



22 Jan. 81 



Arthur Eardley-Wlmot, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Herbert OhipprndaU, Major, West Riding Begiment 
Frederick John Evelegh, Maim; Oxfordshire If. Infantry 
Beamish St. John Barter, Major, Lincolnshire Regiment... 

Henry Townsend Butcher, Major, Royal Artillery 

Archer Parry Crawley, Major, Grenadier Guards 

Thomas Hul'kes Bingham Day, Major, Lincolnshire Regt. 
Edward Robt. John Presgrav'e, DSO.Major, Indian StaffC. 

Henry Yelvertoa Beale, Captain, Norfolk Regiment 

Henry D' Urban Keary, DSO. Major, Indian Staff Corps'... 
Frederick William Scudamore, Major, Suffolk Regiment... 

Arthur Elias, Major, West Surrey Regiment 

Henry Bowden Gundry, Major, Royal Artillery 

Anthony Lumb, Major, Somerset Light Infantry 

Geo. Nisbet Mayne, Major, King's Own Scottish Borderers 
Francis Clements Godley, Major, Derbyshire Regt. (95 F.) 

Henry Walter Morrieson, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Hugh Williams, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Gregory Simpson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas William Powles, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Gore Alban, Captain, Indian Staff Corps 

Claud Henry Alexander, Major, Wiltshire Regt. (99 F.) ... 

Edward Rauulph Kenyon, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.s.c. Robert Calverley A. B. Bewicke-Copley, Major, } 

King's Royal Rifles J 

Ralph Egerlon. Major, West India Regiment 

Malcolm Thomas Lyde, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Herbert Sturges Barlow, Major, Seaforth Highlanders 

Henry Earle, DSO. Major, Yorkshire Light Infantry 

Richd. Makclougall Brisbane F. Kelly, Major, R. Artillery 

Son. Rupert Leigh, Major, 4 Dragoon Guards 

Maxwell Robertson Hyslop, Major, Leicester Regiment 
IMiilip Bulman, Major, Shropshire Lt. Infantry (85 F.).. 

Hew Francis Cadeil, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Henry Turner Faithfull," Major, Indian Staff Corps 

.Samuel Charles Norton Grant, Major, Royal Engineers 
Charles M'Guire Bate, Major, Royal Engineers 

John Crawford Middlemass, Major, Royal Engineers .. 

Frederick Peel, Major, Royal Engineers 

John Gallwey Lutyens, Major, Royal Engineers 

Archibald Spencer Drummond, Major, Scots Guards .. 

Hugo Montgomery-Campbell, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Hay M. Elliot, Major, S. Lancashire Regt. (40 F.) 

Warren Hastings, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Henry Lushington Ramsay, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

James Philip Sparling, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Henry George Ryland, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Frederick George Preston, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Harold Arthur Deane, CSl. Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Charles Edward Wylcle Macdonald, Major, Indian StaffC. 

Edward Spence Hastings, DSO. Major, Indian Staff Corps 

John Franklin Worlledge, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Harry Stanley Massy, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

p.g.c. Alfred Edwin Jones, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Frederic Edmond Kent, Major. Royal Artillery 

James Alex. Skene Thomson, Mijor, West Riding Regt.... 

■Sward Cleary. Hill, Major, Wiltshire Regiment (99 F.) ... 

George William Maunsell, Major, Vest Kent Regiment ... 

Francis Macdonald Drury, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Charles John Dennys, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Thos. David Kirkpatriok, Major, Yorkshire Regt. (19 F.)... 

Henry Blosse Lynch, Major, Dorsetshire Regiment (54 F.) 

Archibald James Erskine, Major, Army Service Corps ... 

Wm. Francis Fawcett, Major, Northampton Regiment ... 

Thomas Pepper Ernest Lowry, Major, West India Regt.... 

Henry Beresford Bourke, DSO. Major, West India Regt.... 

Richard Joseph Norris, DSO. Major, West India Regt. ... 

Arthur Russell Loscombe, Major, West India Regiment... 

George Markham Davison, Major, Durham Lt.Inf.(io6 F.) 

Herbert Ringwood, Major, East Surrey Regiment 

George Morley Saunders, Major, Durham Lt. Inf. (106 F.) 

Chas. Arch. Townshend Boultbee, Major, King's R. Rifles 

Henry Bourchier Fowler, Major, West Surrey Regt. (2 F.) 

Archibald Cyril Cubitt, Major, Suffolk Regiment 

James Blackwood Arehdale. Major, Army Ordnance Dept. 

B James Robert Parkinson, Major, Hampshire Regiment ... 
James Robert Johnstone, Major, Royal Marines 

Arch. John Joseph Ross, Major, Lancaster Regt. (4 F.) ... 

Alfred Edward Wrottesley. Major, Royal Engineers 

Thos. Charles Pleydell Galley, Major, 1 Life Guards 

Charles Henry Alexander, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.».c. Laureuce Broclr-Hollinsiiead, Major, W. Kent Regt.. 

Stewart Da! vrmple Cleeve, Major, Royal Engineers 

Wm. Henry "Sliugsby O'Neill, 'Major, Dublin Fus. (102 F.) 
George Hay Mcntgomerie Conran, Major, E. Yorkshire) 

Regt. (15 Foot) ) 

Alfred Creagh MacDonnell, Major, Royal Engineers 

Alf. Herrick Butler Clough, Major, Munster Fus. (101 F.) 
F-ederick Hacket-Thompson, Major, Cameron High- ) 

landers (79 Foot) ) 

Ernest Joseph George Boyce, Major, Royal Engineers 

Ouarles Robert Oswald-Brown, Major, Manchester Regt. > 

(63 Foot) $ 

John Southwell Brown, Major, Irish Rifles (83 F.) 



13 Oct. 7; 



18 June Si 
Dec. 77 



n May 7S 



S Dec. 77 



12 June 78 



ig Feb. 79 
11 Aug. 80 



21 July 77 



2 July 79 
1 May 78 



13 Aug. 79 



6 Aug. 79 



LIEUT. 

2 Feb. 76 
13 June 74 

13 Nov. 74 
11 Sept. 76 

14 Aug, 7c 

28 Apr. 80 

29 Nov. 76 

11 Feb. 75 

I July 3 1 

10 Sept. 77 
Mar. 76 
Feb. 7i 

14 Aug. 70 

12 Feb. 75 

13 June 74 

1 Sept. 78 
4 Aug. 7 t 
4 Aug. 76 
4 Aug. 76 
4 Aug. 70 

Nov. 80 
21 Sept. 74 
12 Feb. 74 

2 Feb. 77 

1 July 81 
21 Jan. 74 

30 Apr 

11 Sept.70 

14 Aug. 76 
11 Feb. 76 
n Sept. 76 

II Sept. 76 
12 Feb. 7. 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
2S Oct. 7 
14 Aug. 76 

2 Dec 
?8 Feb. 74 
28 Feb. 7. 
28 Feb. 74 
28 Feb. 74 

25 Feb. 74 

23 Feb 
28 Feb. 74 
28 Feb. 74 
28 Feb. 74 
28 Feb. 74 
28 Feb. 74 
14 Aug. 76 

24 Mar. 75 
2 Dec. 

17 Aug. 80 

26 Mar. 74 
26 Mar. 74 

1 Jan. 78 
11 Feb. 76 

11 Sept. 77 
14 Apr. So 

12 May 76 

30 Nov. 78 
1 Dec. So 
1 July 81 

13 June 75 
11 Sept. 76 
26 Aug. 76 

7 Apr. So 

13 June 74 
11 Sept.70 
11 Sept. 73 
11 Oct. 79 

1 Sept. 1 
6 Mar. So 
17 Aug. 74 

11 Sept. 76 

14 Aug. 

31 Aug. 80 
17 Aug. 74 

10 Sept. 75 

12 Feb. 76 

17 Aug. 74 
24 Mar. 76 

22 May 80 

17 Aug. 74 

11 Oct. 78 



1 May 78 



20 Feb. S 5 
12 Nov. 83 

23 May 85 
io Feb. 83 
22 Feb. 85 

16 Nov. 88 
7 Apr. S3 

11 Feb. 8b 
29 Feb. 83 

10 Sept. 88 
4 June 34 

19 Sept. 84 

24 Feb. 85 

1 Apr. 85 

2 June 84 
4 Oct. 84 

28 Feb. 85 
1 Mar. 85 

12 Mar. 85 

13 Mar. 85 

13 Aug. 90 
1 July 81 

12 Feb. 85 
9 Oct. 85 

11 Jan. 88 

29 Apr. 82 
15 -Mar. 88 

14 Feb. S3 

13 Mar. S5 

17 Mar. 86 

15 July 84 
4 Feb. 8 

12 Feb. 8 
12 Feb. 85 
12 Feb. 85 
12 Feb. 
12 Feb. 85 
12 Feb. 85 
12 Feb. 85 

1 July 85 

18 Mar. 85 

4 June 84 
28 Feb. 85 
28 Feb. 85 
28 Feb. 85 
28 Feb. 85 
28 Feb. 85 
2S Feb. 85 
28 Feb. 85 
2S Feb 
28 Feb. 85 
28 Feb. 8 

28 Feb. 85 

25 Mar. 8 

24 Jan. 8 

1 July 81 

2 May 85 

26 Mar. S3 
26 ilar. 85 
1 5 Aug. 84 

22 Nov. 84 
1 Jan. 84 

25 Mar. 84 
31 Mar. 86 

5 Oct. 87 

29 Jan. 88 
29 Jan. 88 

14 Mar. 83 
28 Nov. S3 

20 Jan. 84 

21 Apr. 86 

25 Mar. 85 
1 Dec. 84 

28 Mar. 83 

26 Aug. 85 
7 Nov. 85 

24 Mar. 86 

17 Aug. 85 

21 July 86 

1 Apr. 85 

23 Dec. 85 
17 Aug. 85 

29 Jan. 84 

1 Oct. S 4 

17 Aug. 85 
20 May 85 

20 Feb. 84 

17 Aug. 

28 Aug. 



6l-2 

WHEN 
PLACED OK 
H4.LF PAY. 



9 Dec. 93 
3 Dec. 9 
3 Dec. 93 
16 Dec. 93 

16 Dec. 93 

20 Dec. 93 
23 Dec. 93 
29 Dec. 93 

9 Dec. 93 
29 Dec. 93 

,o Dec. 93 
,0 Dec. 93 
31 Dec. 93 
31 Dec. 93 
1 Jan. 94 
1 Jan. 94 
1 Jan. 94I 
1 Jan. 94 

I jau 94 
3 Jan. 94 
3 Jan. 94 
7 Jan. 94 

12 Jan. 94 

15 Jan. 94 

17 Jan. 94 

21 Jan. 94 
26 Jan. 94 
31 Jan. 94 
31 Jan. 94 
31 Jau. 94 

5 Feb. 94 

II Feb. Q4 
12 Feb. Q4 
12 Feb. 94 
12 Feb. 94 
12 Feb. 94 
12 Feb. 94 
12 Feb. 94 
12 Feb. 94 

21 Feb. 94 

24 Feb. 94 
26 Feb, 94 

25 Feb. 94 
28 Feb. 94 
28 Feb. 04 
28 Feb. 94 
28 Feb. 94 
28 Feb. 94 
28 Feb. 94 
2S Feb. 9^ 

25 Feb. 94 
28 Feb. 94 
28 Feb. 94 

14 Mar. 04 

15 Mar. 94 
19 Mar. 94 

19 Mar. 94 

26 Mar. 94 
26 Mar. 94 
28 Mar. 94 
28 Mar. 94 

i Apr. 94 

1 Apr. 94 

1 Apr. 94 

1 Apr. 94 

1 Apr. 94 

1 Apr. 04 

11 Apr. 94 

11 Apr. 94 

11 Apr. 94 

16 Apr. 94 
7 Apr. 9. 

18 Apr. 94 

20 Apr. 94 

22 Apr. 94 

1 May 94 

2 May 94 

3 May 94 
5 May y 4 
9 May 9 ; 
9 May 04 

10 May 94 
16 May 94 

16 May 94 

18 May 94 

20 May 94 

^1 May 94 

21 May 94 
31 May 94 



12 Apr. 79li5Apr. 85 1 4 June 94 



63-4 



Majors. 



William Henrj-Thack well, J/n/or, Hampshire Regt. (67 F.) 

George Arthur Shadt'orth, Major, Dublin Fusiliers 

Juxon Henry Juxon-Jones, Major, Indian Stafi Corps 

Henry Appleton, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Hay Cox, Major, West Yorkshire Regiment 

Charles Herbert, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Hudson Henry Ozzard, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

George Atkins Collins, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

William Charles Aslett, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Lumley Scobell Poyton, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

p. b.c. Alfred Wm.Lambart Bayly, DSO. Major, Indian S. C. 

William Henry Jameson, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Arthur Adye, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

John Arch. Henry Pollock, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Chas. Grant Mansell Fasken, Major, Indian Staff Corps... 

Lionel Grafton Beckham, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

p.s.c. Raymond Burlton Williams, Major, Somerset Lt. Inf. 
Stanley Humphery, Major, Gloucester Regiment (28 F.) 

John Eiford Dickie, Major, Royal Engineers 

Newton Seymour Allen, Major.S. Staffordshire Regt.(8o F.) 
Charles Prideaux Triscott, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery... 

Charles John Lewis Stuart, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Alfred Robert LLoyd, Major, Bedfordshire Regiment 

Henry Edward Tyler, Major, Royal Engineers 

Arthur W. Alsager Pollock, Major, Somerset Lt. Infantry 
Edmund Walter St. George Welchman, Major, Indian S.U. 

Dacre Lennard Barrett, Major, Royal Marines 

Arthur Cadell Tait Boileau, Major, Royal Artillery 

Walter Blake Butler-Creagh, Major, Yorkshire Lt. Inf. ... 
Stanley Paterson, Major, Argyll and Sutherland High- ") 

landers (91 Foot) ) 

Henry Goulburn, Major, Grenadier Guards 

George Alfred Keef, Major, Scots Fusiliers (21 Foot) 

Percival George Parkinson, Major, Army Ordnance Depi. 

p.s.c. James Charles Young, Major, Sussex Regiment 

Herbert Edward Stac3 - Abbott, DSO. Major. Royal Eng. 

Harry Wetherell Row'den, Major, Wiltshire Regiment 

John Patrick Walter Spankie, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Augustas Carter King, Major, 5 Lancers 

James Lome Govan, Major, Norfolk Regiment 

Ernest Maxwell Willshire, Major, R. Highlanders (73 F.) 

Henry Lee Pennell, Major, i Dragoon Guards 

Ernest Chamier Broughton, Major, York and Lancas- ) 

ter Regiment (65 Foot) j 

Wm. Lueg Harvey, Major, Duke of Cornwall's Light \ 

Infantry (46 Foot) i 

Graham Cludde Herbert, Major, Royal Fusiliers 

Maurice Wm. Palmer Block, Major, Royal Artillery 

Malcolm Orme Little, Major, 9 Lancers 

James H. E. Reid, Major, K. O. Scottish Brdrs. (25 F.) ... 
Francis Blayney L. Woodwright, Major, 4 Dragoon Gds .. 

David Alexander Kin loch, Major, Grenadier Guards 

p.s.c. Hubert John Foster, Major, Royal Engineers 

Stewart Douglas Gordon, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Jenico Edward Preston, DSO. Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Frederick Hawkins, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Henry Philip Picot, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

William Spiller Birdwood, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

AVilliam Simpson Marshall, Major, Indian Staff Corps , 

William Conrad Faithfull, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Henry C. Page Hendeioon, Major, 6 Dragoons 

Charles Edwyn Jervois, Major, Royal Artillery 

Walter Clare Savile, Major, Roya. Artillery 

William Samuel Burrell, Major, West SurreyRegixnent 

p.s.c. Hon. Arthur Henry Henniker-Major, Major, Cold- ) 

stream Guards } 

p.s.c. Wm. Inglefield Uastman, Major, R. Marine Art 

Robert Theophilus H. Law, Major, Army Ordnance Dept 
John Blandford Ratteclyffe Butler, Major, Indian S. C. .. 

Clarence Henry Hayes, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Charles Edward Haynes, Major, Royai Engineers 

Vesey Mangles Stockley, 2Iajor, Indian Staff Corps 

Horace William Scott, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers 

Cameron Charles Douglas, Major, Scottish Rifles (26 F.) 
Francis Charles Carter, Major, Berkshire Regt. (66 F.).... 

p.s.c, Henry Pouting Northcott, Major, Leinster Regt 

p.s.c. Edw. Richd. Coryton Graham, Major, Cheshire 

Regiment (22 Foot) 

Horace Hutton Barnet, Major, Royai Engineers 

Harry Finn, Major, 2: Hussars 

Oliver Edwal Ruck, Major, Royal Engineers 

Archibald Gell Cochran, Major, Royal Marines 

Frederick Paul English, Major, Dublin Fusiliers 

Theodore Gordon Barclay, Major, Irish Fusiliers 

Charles Mannoir Sumner, Major, South Lancashire Regt. 
Richard Lloyd Payne, D SO. Major, Somerset Lt. Inf. (13 F.. 
Reginald Whit worth Porter, Major, Oxford Lt. Inf. (43 F.. 

Ribton Gore, Major, Sussex Regiment (35 Foot) 

p.s c. John Sherston, DSO. Major, Rifle Brigade 

George Cockburn, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Albert Dallas Enriquez, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Charles Edward Johnson, Captain, Indian Staff Corps 

Jeffery Charles Marston, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Arthur Young, Major, Scots Fusiliers 

James Mitchell-Innes, Major, Highland Lt. Inf. (71 F.) 



co/cjet, 

2U(1 LIEUT. 
GI'ENSIGN. 



CAPTAIN. I MAJOR. 



23 Oct. 8n 
30 Jan. 78 
-- Oct. 77 



13 Aug. 79 17 Dec. 79 

28 Apr. 76 

,10 June 74 

l i7Aug. 74 

30 Jan. 78 T9 Sept. 78 

jejune 74 

;i3 June74 

13 June 74 

!i3June74 

Ii3 June 74 

33 June 74 

13 June 74 

!i3Jiine74 

Ji3June74 

13 June 74 

13 June 74 

13 June 74 

30 Jan. 78. 2 r Apr. 80 

I17 Aug. 74 

6 Oct. 76 

1 14 Aug. 76 
27 June 74 
2 Dec. 74 
t 7 Aug. 74 
20 Nov. 75 
11 July 74 
1 Sept. 76 
25 Jan. 77 
9 Aug. 80 



7 Aug. 78 
9 July 79 
ti May 78 

5 Sept. 77 



1 July 81 

1 July 81 
11 Sept.76 
21 July 80 
11 Nov. 76 
17 Aug. 74 

2 Dec. 74 
9 Aug. 74 
1 July 81 

25 Aug. 80 
25 May 78 
28 Jan. B2 

11 Nov. 78 



30 Jan. 78 18 June 81 

11 Feb. 76 
19 Aug. 75 
25 Feb. 80 
11 Feb. 75 
2 Aug. 82 
1 July 81 
23 Jan. 75 
21 Sept. 74 
21 Sept. 74 
21 Sept. 74 
21 Sept. 74 
21 Sept. jd 
21 Sept.74 
21 Sept.74 
11 Sept. 7 3 
25 Jan. 77 
25 Jan. 77 
10 Sept.75 



11 May 
11 May 



19 Sept. 85 
7 Juoe 84 

10 June 85 
17 Aug. 85 

2 Apr. 84 
13 June8s 
13 June 85 
13 June "_ 
13 June 85 
13 June 85 
33 June 85 
13 June 85 
13 June 85 
13 June 85 
13 June 85 
13 June 85 

t Apr. 85 
17 Apr. 85 
17 Aug. 85 
31 Oct. 83 
15 Apr. 85 
27 June 85 

1 Sept. 83 
17 Aug. 8 S 

8 May 85 

11 July 85 
11 Dec. 85 
15 Apr. 85 
26 Mar. 84 

1 Feb. 86 

iS Oct. 89 

2 Feb. 85 
1 July 87 
5 Mar. 84 

17 Aug. 85 

25 Oct. Si 

9 Aug. 85 
21 Aug. 89 

26 Mar. 84 
15 May 85 
23 Oct. 88 

29 Nov. 85 27 Aug. 94 



■WHEN - 
PLACED OH I 
HALF PAT. 



i July 87 

24 Sept. 84 

25 Apr. 85 

20 Oct. 86 

21 June 85 
8 May 88 

18 Oct. 89 
28 Jan. 86 
2 i Sept. 85 
2 i Sept. 85 
,1 Sept. 85 



31 Aug. 94 



20 Nov. 75 

1 Oct. 73 
24 Mar. 75,24 Mar. 76 
1 Oct. 74 
1 Oct. 74 
28 Jan. 73 
5 Oct. 74 

11 Feb. 76 
31 Mar. 80 

4 May 80 

12 Feb. 77 



1 May 
[i May 




1 May 
22 Jan. 



22 Jan. 
1 May 



22 Jan. 81 



78 19 June 79 
28 Jan. 75 

81 1 July 81 

28 Jan. 75 

1 Feb. 77 

79 12 Jan. 81 

I 9 Aug. 73 
"H 28 May 79 

5 Jan. 76 

6 Sept.76 
26 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 76 

II Nov. 76 
14 Nov. 74 

1 July 81 
25 Jan. 77 

3 May 78 
12 Nov. 73 



6 Sept. 85 
28 Jan. 86 
23 Nov. 87 
28 Jan. 8 

5 Jan. 8 

1 July 8/ 

4 Oct. 8,1 
3 Nov. 3 5 
8 May 85 

:i Jan. 86 

5 Mar. 84 
20 Aug. 84 
20 Aug. 84 
[4 Nov. 85 
!2 Jan. 92 

6 May 85 

2 Nov. 85 
25 Oct. 84, 



29 Sept.94 

1 Oct. 94 

1 Oct. 94 

1 Oct. 94 

1 Oct. 94 

1 Oct. 94 

5 Oct. 94 

15 Oct. 94 

15 Oct. 94 

17 Oct. 94 

17 Oct. 94 

24 Oct. 94 

24 Oct. 94 
24 Oct. 94 
3 Nov. 94 

5 Nov. 94 

6 Nov. 94 

7 Nov. 94 

7 Nov. 94 

8 Nov. 94 

9 Nov. 94 
14 Nov. 94 
14 Nov. 94 
14 Nov. 94 
14 Nov. 94 

14 Nov. 94 

15 Nov. 04 

21 Nov. 94 

22 Nov. 94 



Majors. 



65 



Henry Morgan, Major, South "Wales Borderers 

William John LaugVord, Major. Royal Marines 

Ernest Henry Burney, Major, Berkshire Regiment 

Charles Edward Wyncoll, Major, Army Service Corps 

Robert Wm. P. Monteith. Major, Army Service Corps 

Alfred Law Sinclair, DSO. Major. Indian Staff Corps 

George Francis Leslie, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Arthur Nugent, Major, Royal Fusiliers 

Edward Bleiddiau tlerbert. Major, 17 Lancers 

John Forster Manifold, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frank Graham, Major, Suffolk Regiment 

Charles Blair Mnyne, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Edward Goodwyn, Major, Royal Engineers 

Sydney Gordon Grant, Major, Scottish Rifles (90 F.) 

Henry Charles Thomas Kelly, Major, Royal Marines 

Walter Andrew Gale, Major. Royal Engineers 

Walter Francis Hawkins, Major, Royal Engineers 

Horace Augustus Terry, Major, Ox lord Light Infantry 

Mortimer John Slater, Major, Royal Engineers 

Julian Oswald, Major, 16 Lancers 

John de Winton Lardner-Clarke, Major, Royal Artillery.. 

Alfred Herbert Randolph, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Edward Maxwell, Major, Royal Highlanders 

Frederick Hon! ton Ward, Major, R. Artillery 

James R. Leslie Macdonald. Capiain, Royal Engineers 

Duncan Thomas Cruickshsnk, Major, Essex Regt. (56 F.).., 
Henry Hartland Higginson, Major, N. Staffordshire ) 

Regiment (64 Foot) ) 

Robert Douglas Lomre, Major, .Middlesex Regiment 

William Crawford Middleton, Major, 2 Dragoons 

Dudley G. Richard Ryder, Major', King's Royal Rifles 

Charles F. St. Clair AnstrutherTnomson, Jlojor, 2 Life) 

Guards j 

Son. Charles Lambton, Major, Northumberland Fus 

John Hulke Pluinbe, Major, Royal Marines 

Louis Charles Jackson, Major, Royal Engineers 

Johu Lewis Rooke Maelurcan, Major, Royal Marines 

Thos. G- Loivry Herbert Armstrong, Major, Northuni- '1 

berland Fusiliers $ 

William Eden Sturgcs, Major, Northumberland Fus 

Richard Francis M'Crea, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Wheler, Major, Sussex Regiment 

Horatio James Evans, Major, Liverpool Regiment 

ji.s.c. Herbert Conyers Surtee-, Major, Coldstream Gds.... 
Henry Wightnian Benson, Major, East Surrey Regiment... 

Charles Herbert Wylly, Major. S. Staffordshire Regt 

William Tomes Fairbrobher, Major, Indian Staff Corps ... 

John George Ramsay, 'Major, ludinn Stafi Corps 

Andrew Pennell Williamson, Major, Indian Staff Corps... 
Hugh Dillon Massy Miuchin, Major, Indian Staff Corps.., 

Frederick Augustus Blvth, Major. Indian Staff Corps 

Alfred Lloyd Barrett, D SO. Major. Indian Staff Corps 

John William Parker, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Christopner G. F. Fagan, Major. Indian Staff Corps 

William St, John Richardson, Major, Indian Staff Corps... 

Robert Baker Suave, Major, Indian Staff Corps ' 

Spencer Walpole Follett, Major. 9 Lancers 

John Tyrwhitt- Walker, Major. Dorsetshire Regiment 



sndLIEUT. LIEUT. CAPTAIX. I MAJOB 



>2 Jan. 

>2 Jan. 
■5 Aug. 
6 Aug. 



.Richard Money Maxwell, Captain, Indian Staff Corps 

Harry Wright, Major, Gordon Highlanders (92 Foot) 

Herbert Thomas De 0. Hobbs, Major, West Yorkshire'/ 

Regiment _} 

William George Massy, Major, Royal Artillery 

Ralph Pudsay Lit&ledale, Major, Royal Engineers 

Joseph Chichester, Major, Worcestershire Regiment 

■George O'Connor, Major. 6 Dragoons 

Robert Alexander Threshie, Major, Welsh Regt. (41 F.) ... 
Chas. Graham MoulLon-Barrett,il/a/or,h.p.Black Watch... 

Arthur George Burn, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Bridges George Lewis, Major, East Lancashire Regt 

Denis Carey, Major, East Lancashire Regiment (30 F.) 

Hugh Alexander Vowell, Major, West Yorkshire Regt...... 

George James Francis Talbot, Major, Royal Artillery 

jus.c. John Frederic Daniell, Major, Royal Marines 

Frederick Colpoys Ormsby Johnson, Major, R. Marines... 

Hugh Charles Buck, Major, West India Regiment 

Charles Ernest Commeline, Major, Royal Engineers 

James Henry Cowan, Major, Royal Engineers 



Francis George Bond, Major, Royal Engineers 

Harvey Freueric Mercer, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frederick James Gra?me, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Henry .lervis-WhiteJervis, Major, Royal'Artillery ... 

William Hallett Connolly, Maior, Roval Artillery 

Henry Martyn Slater, Major, Royal Artillery , 

Magrath Fogarty Feaen.'j/u/or, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Johu O'Dell, Major, Armv Service Corps 

John Augustine H. Reillv, Ma/or, Army Service Corps 

John Harnage King Griffith, Major, Welsh Fusiliers". 

George Pieydell-Bouverie, Major, Coldstream Guards 

p. i.e. George Francis Leverson, Major, Royal Engineers.. 

Frederick Gilbert Bowles, Major, Royal Engineers 

Francis BnconLonge, Major, Renal Engineers 

p.s.e. Charlesi C^urt, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Edmond Talbot Stanley, Major, Army Ordnance Dept .... 



22 Jan. 
30 Jan. 



ii May 
1 May 



79 31 May 80 25 Oct. 84 22 Nov. 94 
19 Sept. 77 i Feb. 86>25 Nov. 94 
79 8 Apr. 80 10 Dec. 84^9 JS'ov. 94 
77 17 May 79 1 Feb. 85 1 1 Dec. 94 
79 29 Sept. So 7 Sept. So 2 Dec. 94 
2 Dec. 74 2 Dec. 85) 5 Dec. 94 
>4 Nov. 77 12 Apr. 79 3 Dec. 84! 5 Dec. 94 
29 Nov. 76 31 Dec. 84' 5 Dec. 94 
:g Nov. 76 27 Apr. 86! 8 Dec. 94 



WHEN 
PLACED 0IT 
HALF PAT. 



13 Mar. 
1 May 



25 Jan. 77 12 May 85 9 Dec. 94 
78 5 Aug. 80 iS Mar. 8510 Dec. 94 

28 Jan. 75 28 Jin. 86J12 Dec. 94 

28 Jan. 75 28 Jan. 86,15 Dec. 94 
7S 29 Sept.80'16 Oct. 85]i5 Dec. 94 

19 Sept.77J 4 Feb. 86 17 Dec. 94 

28 Jan. 75 28 Jan. 86|2cDec. 94 
19 Aug. 75 19 Aug. 86122 Dec. 94 

29 Nov. 76 19 May S622 Dec. 94 
19 Aug. 75 19 Aug. 36,22 Dec. 94 

22 Mar. 79 16 Oct. 80' 8 Dec. 86 25 Dec. 94 
14 Aug. 76, 12 May 85 1 J..n. 95 
19 Aug. 75 19 Aug. 86J 3 Jan. 95 
it Sept. 78 15 May 85 4 Jan. 95 

14 Aug. 76 27 July 85' s Jan. 95 

22 Feb. 82 7 Juue9o| 8 Jan. 95 

12 Feb. 77 22 Aug. 83 9 Jan. 05 

29 Jan. 76 ; 1 July 84! 9 Jan. 95 

11 Sept. 761 8 May 85 9 Jan. 95 

6 May 80 21 Oct. 85 9 Jan. 95 
7ii]28 Apr. 80! 10 June 86j 9 Jan. 95 

13 June 74 j 1 3 Jan. 85(12 Jan. 95 

31 May 77 25 July S3 21 Jan. 95 
19 Sept. 77 5 Mar. 86 22 Jan. 95 
19 Aug". 75 9 Aug. 86,24 Jan. 95 

19 Sept. 77 2 Apr. 86 25 Jan. 95 

3 Apr. 78 24 Jan. 85127 Jan. 05 

7 Jan. So 4 May 85 30 Jan. 95 
25 Jan. 77 5 Aug. 85 1 Feb. 95 

23 July 79129 Jaly S4! 2 Feb. 95 
25 Feb. So 16 Jan. 84 1 4 Feb. 95 
it Sept. 76; 7 May S7I 5 Feb. 95 

15 July 7610 Aug. S4! Feb. 95 
11 Sept. 78! 20 Nov. 83 11 Feb. 95 
11 Feb. 75,11 Feb. 86 n Feb. 95 
11 Feb. 75 11 Feb. 86:11 Feb. 95 
ii Feb. 75J ji Feb. Sfijn Feb. 95 
11 Feb. 75jii Feb. S6Jn Feb. 95 
11 Feb. 75 ■ 11 Feb. 8c!n Feb. 95 
11 Feb. 75I11 Feb. 86 n Feb. 95 
11 Feb. 75 11 Feb. 86,11 Feb. 95 
11 Feb. 75'u Feb. S6:n Feb. 95 
11 Feb. 75'u Feb. S6111 Feb. 95 
n Feb. 75 ri Feb. 86 11 Feb. 95 

20 J\"ov. 75(24 Aug. Si| 13 Feb. 95 
2S Feb. 74) 6 Jan. S6 13 Feb. 95 



9 Dec. 
,o Jan. 



3 Aug. 79 



11 May 7S 



13 Aug. 



27 Mar. 
1 May 
1 May 



11 May 

13 Aug. 



19 Oct. 78 



:6 Feb. Si 
29 Nov. 76 

11 Feb. 75 

25 Jan. 77 
19 Aug. 75 

26 Nov. 79 
9 Sept. 82 

29 Nov. 76 



ij Aug. 90 13 Feb. 95 
9 Mar. 86 14 Feb. 95 

17 Jan. 82 20 Feb. 95 

13 Aug. 85(20 Feb. 95 



30 Jan. 
6 Oct. 



19 Aug. 86, 1 Mar. 95 

19 May 86| 2 Mar. 55 

r June SSj 6 Mar. 95 

, . 31 Jan. 84! 8 Mar. 05 

26 Feb. 81I20 Oct. 85^0 Mar. 951 1 Apr. 56 

10 Mar. 75(10 Mar. S5!io Mar. 95 
31 July 79(18 Mar. 85,14 Mar. 95 

7 Aug. 79 i3 Apr. 851S Mar. 95 

1 Nov. ?8|io Sept. 84,20 Mar. 95 
25 Jan. 77,13 Aug. 85(20 Mar. 95 
31 Jan. 7S 28 May 86,23 Mar. 95 
31 Jan. 78:25 July 86 25 Mar. 95 

2 Dec. 82 2 Dec. 89J27 Mar. 95 
19 Aug. 75 19 Aug. S6J29 Mar. 95 

2 Feb. 76I 2 Feb. 87J29 Mar. 95 
2 Feb. 76 1 2 Feb. 87^9 Mar. 95I 
25 Jan. 77I13 Aug. 85 1 Apr. 95 
25 Jan. 77 13 Aug. 85 1 Apr. a- D ' 
25 Jan. 77 1 Sept.85! t Apr. 95, 
25 Jan. 77 2 Sept. 85, 1 Apr. 95 
19 June 77 7 Nov. 85! 1 Apr. 95I 
19 June 77 26 Nov. 85 1 Apr. 95 1 
_ 1 July 81! 2 June S6| 1 Apr. 951 
79 23 Mar. 81 1 1 July f 

11 Feb. 75^0 Mar. 

1 Juiy 81 '25 Apr. ! 

2 Feb. 7§| 2 Feb. 87J Apr. 95 
I 2 Feb. 761 2 Feb. 87 14 Apr. 95 
I 2 Feb. 76] 2 Feb. 87 1 17 Apr. 95 

78 17 May 79 5 Dec. S4124 Apr. 95 
75: 6 Oct. 77 5 Oct. 85^4 Apr. 951 



1 Apr. 95 

2 Apr. 95 

3 Apr. 95 



66 



Majors. 



2ndLiEHT. 



George .Tames Butcher, Major, Army Ordnance TJept 

George Webster, Major (District Officer), R. Artillery 

Hyacinth Lynch, Major, Berkshire Regiment (66 Foot) ... 

Edward Lindesay, Major, Irish Regiment 

Richd. Keppel Wintertori R. Claveii, Major, R. Marines ... 

William Harry Turton, Major, Royal Engineers 

James R. M. Dalrymnle-Hay, Major, West India Regt.... 
Henry Gage Morris, Major, Duke of Cornwall's Lt. Inf. ... 
Cecil Edward Hamilton Heyman, Major, Royal Artillery... 
Charles Richard Hugh Hardy, 'Major, Cheshire Regiment 

Charles Turner Blewitt, Major, Royal Artillery 

Herbert Batson, Major, Devonshire Regiment 

Charles William Soiithcott Hallett, Major. Royal Scots 

p.s.c. Frank William N. Wogan- Browne, Major, 3 Hussars... 
Arthur BlyfordThruston, Captain, Oxtord Light Infantry... 

Edward Hamilton Paterson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Taylor Robinson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edgar Herapath, Major, Lincolnshire Regiment 

Charles Russell, Major, Sussex Regiment (107 Foot) 

p.s.c. Herbert Henry Barney, Major, Gordon Highldrs 

jB.s.c.Wentworth Odiarne Oavenagh, Major, BedfordRegt.... 
Alexander Weston Gordon, Major, Dublin Fus. (103 F.) ... 

Edmund Bullar Anderson, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Edw. John Sharpe, Major, Middlesex Regt. (77 F.)... 

Richard Godfrey Jones, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

John Fred. Charles Thatcher, Major, Indian Start' Corps... 

Henry Allan B. Boulderson, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Philip Palmes, Maior. North Lancashire Regiment 

John Percy Gethin, Major, Manchester Kegiment(63F.)... 

John Bourchier Stracey, Major, Scots Guards 

Richard Lionel Walter, Major, 7 Hussars 

Gordon Carter, Major, 1 Life Guards 

Edward Chas. Mortimer Lushington, J/ii/or, Indian S. C... 

Phelips Brooke Hanham, Major, Royal Artillery 

Bryan Francis Hclme, Major, Tlie Buffs 

Hugh Gastrell Leonard, Major, North Lancashire Regt ... 
John Jas. V. Hume, Major, Connangbt Rangers (94 F.) ... 

Charles James "Vines, Major, Gloucester Regiment 

John Stannus Pelly, Major, Border Regiment (34 Foot).... 
p.s.c. Henry Hamilton Smythe, Major, Scots Fas. (21 F.)... 
Henry Southey Scholes, Major, York and Lancaster \ 

Regiment (65 Foot) .' j 

Henry Mostyn Owen, Major, 6 Dragoon Guards 

Ralph James Wilbrahain, Major, Dake of Cornwall's) 

Light Tnfantry j 

Francis Alexander Fortescue, Major, K. R. Rifles (6c F.) 
Thomas dela HayeBrotherton, Major, Royal Engineers... 

George Anderson Carr, Major, Royal Engineers 

Harry Colquhoun Farqu'harson Macdonald, Major 

Seaforth Highlanders 

Colin Powys Campbell, Captain, Indian Staff Corps 

Harry Benn Borradaile, DSO. Captain, Indian Staff C. 
John Randal Fraser, Major, Noitb. Lancashire Re 

(47 Foot) 

Charles Gisborne Brittan, Major, Royal Marines 

p.s.c. Edward Altham Althani, Major, Royal Scots 

p.s.c. William Douglas, Major, Royal Scorsj 

p.s.c. Hastings St. Leger Wood, DSO. Major, Dorset- 1 

shire Regiment ) 

Augustus Ferryman Mockler-Ferryman, Major, I 

Oxfordshire Light Infantry J 

Archibald Boyd Maxwell, Major, Manchester Regt. > 

(96 Foot) '. S 

p.s.c. Ernest Allardice Gardiner Gosset, Major, Derby- \ 

shire Regiment (95 Foot) '. J 

Walter Latham Cox, Major, Lincolnshire Regt. (10 F.) .. 
Arthur Havilland Thomas, Major, Army Service Corps.. 

Aithur James Kelly, Major, Royal Engineers 

Frederick Seorge Pollock, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

George Penry Montague Pricliard, Major, Indian S. C. ... 

Charles Style Kincaid, Major, Irish Fusiliers 

Robert Freebairn Clothier, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Herbert Lawson, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

John Shakespear, CIE. DSO. Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Edward Charles Stanton, Major, Royal Engineers 

Frederic Manley Glubb, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.s.c. Ernest St. Clair Pemberton, Major, R. Engineers .. 

p.s.c. Henry David Laffan. Major, Royal Engineers 

Andrew Cracroft Becher, Major, Norfolk Regiment 

Hamilton John Goold- Adams, CMG. Major, Royal Scots. 
Edward Frankland Gosset, Major, East Yorkshire ', 

Regiment (15 Foot) J 

James Henry Bor, Major, Royal Marine Artillery 

p.s.c. Alfred James Whitacre Allen, Major, The Buffs 

Kenneth Stuart Davison, Mojl -, Indian Staff Corps 

Frederic Henry John Birch, Major, Royal Artillery 

Aylmer Gould Hunter- Weston, Captain, RoyalEngineers... 
Robert Arthur Browne, Captain, Border Regt. (55 F.) 
Herbert Alexander Chapman, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Allen, Major, Irish Rifles 

p.s.c. Edward Cecil Bethune, Major, 16 Lancers 

Herbert Capel Cure, DSO. Gloucestershire Regt. (61 F.).„ 
John Rawdon Hodge Oldfield.i Maior, RoypJ Marines 
Leonard Joseph Hadley, Major, Royal Marines 



14 Jan. 80 

9 Ju 'y 79 



1 Nov. 79 
30 Jan. 78 



11 May 78 



50 Jan. 



1 May 78 



11 Jan. to 



22 Feb. 79 
30 Jan. 78 
14 Jan. 

1 May 78 

8 Dec. 77 
30 Jan. 78 
21 Aug. yS 

2 July 79 



t} 



13 Mar, 7S 

3 Aug. 79 

14 Jan. So 

1 May 78 



WHEN 
TLACED OH 
HALF PAT. 



1 July 81:19 Apr. 87 24 Apr. 95 
9 Sept. 82J24 May 89*24 Apr. 9.5. 

jo Apr. 80 15 Dec. 84 30 Apr. 95 

2 Nov. 73I15 Oct. Sif 1 May 95 
t Sept. 78! 20 Sept. 86 1 May 95 

14 Aug. 76 i 4 Aug. 87 2 May 95 
1 July 81 2 Feb. 90 1 7 May 55 
1 July 81J14 Nov. 871 8 May 95 

19 June 77:25 Dec. 35 12 May 95 
6 Aug. 79! 6 Sept. 85 14 May 95 

19 June 77*27 Dec. 85 15 May 95 

10 Sept. 75 j 1 July 83 19 May 95 

20 Nov. 75113 Jan. 85 22 May 95. 

30 Nov. 76I 5 Aug. 85 22 May 95. 
6 Feb. 84 2 May 92 22 May 95 

19 June 77 1 Jan. 85 24 May 95 
19 June 77 2 Jan. 86 28 May 95 

11 Feb. 77 1 July 84 29 May 95 

10 Sept. 77120 July 84'?9 May 95 

21 July 80 24 July 86,29 May 95 

11 Feb. 75 14 Jan. 85] 3 Junegs 

12 Mar. 81 j 1 July 87J 5 June 95 
19 June 77 4 Jan. 86J 8 Junegs 

31 May 76 23 Sept. 85 12 June 95 

13 June 75 1 13 June 86 15 June 95 
13 Juue 75 13 June 361 13 June 95 
'3June75'i3 June 86! 13 June 95 
21 Sept. 75I23 May 82:10 ./vine 95 
11 Sept.7&ji3 Aug. 84 19 June95 
24 July 74] 1 Apr. 87J24 Junegs 

1 July 81 15 Dec. 86126 Junegs 
23 Mar. 81 28 Sept.87J26 Junegs 



27 June 75 27 June 86 
4 Jan. 
27 Sept. 



o Jan. 
31 Oct. 



1 May 
1 May 78 



ig June 77 

13 June 74 
jo Sept. 76 
23 June 80 
22 June 80 

6 Mar. 80 
17 July 82 

1 Mar. 7g 

1 July 81 

1 July 81 

10 Feb. 81 

14 Aug. 76 

14 Aug. 76 

15 Dec. 79 

9 June 3o 
26 Apr. 81 

7 Jan. 80 

1 Sept. 78 

2 FeU. 76 
r;, Nov. 78 

30 Nov 

3 May 78 
19 Apr. 79 



10 Sept. 84 
17 Dec. 84 
26 June 85 

s July 85 

3 Jan. 

24 Feb. 86 



7 June 95 
30 Juue 9s 
1 July 91' 
1 July 95 
1 July gs 
1 July 95 
1 July 95 
1 July 95 

1 July 95 



4 Dec. 86! 1 JmV 95 
14 Dec. 87 1 1 July 9, 
1 July S3 1 1 July 95 



3 Nov. 78 



22 Jan. 81 



30 Jan. 73 
30 Jan. 78 



Aug 
14 Aug. 87 

10 Mar. 89 

13 Aug. 02 

14 Jan. 91 

20 Jan. 85 

5 Nov. 86 

15 Apr. 85 

21 June 85 

6 May 86 
28 July 85 
20 Nov. 86 



2 July 95 

2 Jury 95 

3 July 95 
10 .1 nly 93 
10 July 95 

17 July 9 

17 July 95 
20 July 95 
24 July S5 
24 July 95 

27 July 95 

28 July 95 
31 July 95 



12 Feb. 79, 4 Oct. 84 

11 Feb. 77 13 May 85 31 July 95 
28 Feb. £1 14 Des. 87 31 July 95 
14 Aug. 76^14 Aug. 87 7 Aug. 95 

9 Aug. 75 9 Aug. 86. 9 Aug. 95 
9 Aug. 75! 9 Aug. 86 9 Aug. 95 
17 May 79; 20 May 86 12 Aug. gs 

12 Aug. 75 12 Aug. 86:12 Aug. 95 
12 Aug. 75112 Aug. 36 ! i2 Aug. 95 

1 Jjily 8129 Sept.86 12 Aug. 95, 
14 Aug. 7614 Aug. 87 12 Aug. 95 
25 Jan. 77 25 Jan.. 88J12 Aug. 95 
25 Jan. 77*25 Jan. 88 12 Aug. 95 
19 June 77 1 Apr. 83 12 Aug. 

1 Sept. 80 21 May 84 14 Aug. 
30 Nov. 78,14 Aug. 8,5114 Aug. 
17 May 70! 2 Mar. 85)15 Aug. 

1 Oct. 74! 1 Oct. 85! 17 Au, 



_ 95 

1 12 Feb. 76' 8 Jan.. 8s, 19 Aug. 95. 

95 

95 



19 Aug. 75 : 19 Aug. 86 19 Au 
31 Jan. 78 24 Mar. 86 28 Au, 
...... 15 Feb. 84! 1 Apr. 92 28 Aug. 95 

...... '23 Aug. 84 31 Mar. 94' 28 Aug. 95 

19 June 77 11 Jan. 36. 1 Sept.95, 

•3 Aug. 79 26 Apr. 80 19 Aug. 15' 

10 Sept.75 1 1 Feb. 84 

11 May 78 22 Sept. 80 22 Sept.Ss 

1 Sept.78 15 Nov. 86 

i 1 Sept.78 21 Jan. 8. 



2 Sept.95 
4 Sept. 

4 Sept.95 
8 Sept.95 

5 Sept. gs 



Majors. 



67 



2nd LIEUT. 






Henry Graham, Major. 20 Hussars 

Edward William Fane Martin, Major, Indian Staff Corps... 

Charles Reginald Phillips, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Arthur Arnold Barrett, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

John Christopher Swann, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Howard Goad, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

John Mark Anthony Retallick, Major, Indian Staff Corps.. 

James Alexander Bell, 2Iajor, Indian Staff Corps 

Herbert Godfray, Major, Indian Staff Corps... ..' 

U£ William St.'Lucien Chase. Major, Indian Staff Corps .., 

Herbert Leonard Hutchins, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Henry William Seymour, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Cecil Barry Brownlow, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

George Augustus Williams, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Walter Cook, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Richard KinlochTeversham, DSO. Major, Indian S. C 

John Francis Wilson, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Ernest William Cunliffe,Af<//oj-, Indian Staff Corps 

James Henry Aspinwall, Major, 5 Dragoon Guards 

John Raffray Foster, Major, Royal Artillery 

William John Arnold Beatson, Major, R. Artillery .. 

William Douglas Whatman, Major, 20 Hussars 

Achilles F.P.M J.A.F.X. Samuti Major, Army Ord. Dept 

Charles Edward Orman, Major, Essex Regt. (44 F.) 

p.t.c. Wm, Geo. Hamilton, uSO. Major, East Lane. Regt 

Charles Hope Willis, Major, B.oyal Marines 

p.s.c.Hj. Edw. Buchanan-Riddell, Major, King's R. Rifles... 

George Eusebe Even, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

John Graham Smith, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Alexander Edward Pelham Burn, Major, Indian S. C 

Henry Fuller Maitland Wilson, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Arthur Granville Tathnm, Major, R. Marine Artillery 

HarlandFitzLyudonFarrant. Ma/or, Indian Staff Corps 

John Arthur Tanner, DSO. Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Hyde Williamson Nason, Major, Essex Regt 

St.George Edw ard William Burton, Major, Royal High-... ) 

landers (73 Foot) j 

Alex. Geo. Chesney, Major, South Staffordshire Regt 

Henry Lockhart Smith, Major, East Surrey Regiment 

Alfred Robert Mandeville Sankey, Major, Royal Eng 

Arthur William Bolton Gordon, Major, R. Artillery 

Thos. Edward Milborne-Swinnerton-Pilkington, Major, \ 

King's Royal Rifles j 

Hayford D. Thorold, Major, West Riding Regt. (76 F.) 

Fred. Braid Buist-Sparks, Major, army Service Corps 

Horace Sydney Nelson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles lidward Peirse, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Ernest A. C. Garland, Major, Highland Light Inf. (74 F.)... 

Arthur Noel Roberts, Major, Army Service Corps 

Schofleld Patten Peile, Major, Royal Marines 

John George Downing, Maior, Indian Staff Corps 

James Cecil Balfour Craster, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Hugo W. N. S. Smyth, Major, Army Ordnance Dept 

Howard Wm. Smith, Major, Hampshire Regt. (37 F.) 

William Francis Percy, 2Iajor, Norfolk Regiment 

Charles George Matson, Major, Royal Marines 

Frank Romilly Reynolds, Major, Royal Engineers 

William James Honner, Major, Royal Artillery .. 

Stanley George Drew Smith, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Collingwood Townsend. Major, Royal Artillery 

Chas. Hy. Luttrell Fahie Wilson, Major, Royal Art....'. 

Francis Bevill Read Toms, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Scott-Moncrieff, Afa>t-, Middlesex Regt. (77 F.) 

Edmund Johu Phipps- Hornby, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Fred. James Hardisty, J/n/or, Worcester Regt 

Son. Wenman Coke, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Robert John Spurrell, Major, 5 Lancers 

Charles Bishop, Major, 9 Lancers 

Son. Charles Caveiidish Winn, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Edward Dawson, Major (District Officer), R. Artillery 

Wm Stafford Joseph Uarry, Major, Irish Fusiliers 

Ernest Theodore Paul, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Louis Eugene du Moulin, Major, Sussex Regt. (35 F.) 

Orestes John Henry Brooker, Major, Liverpool Regt 

Son. Lionel Hy. Dudley Fortesciie, Major, 17 Lancers 

George Boodrie O'Donnell, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

p.s.c. George John Younghusband, Captain, Indian S.C 

p.s.e. George Vero Kemball, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Gibbon Turner, Captain, Indian Staff Corps 

Tom Evelyn O'Leary, Captain, Irish Fusiliers 

Frederick Campbell, Captain, Indian Staff Corps ". 

William John Bythell, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Lionel Herbert, Captain, Indian Staff Corps 

Edmund Gustavus Nicolls, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Blagden Shute, Major,' Royal Artillery 

Cyril Venn Wilton Williamson, Major, Indian Staff Corps... 

Charles Herbert Powell, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Robert Baillie, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Henry Mallaby Abud, Major, Indian Staff Corps ... 

Walter Quentin, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Ronald Kiucaid-Smith, Major, 4 Hussars 

Montague B. Gosset Jackson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Alex. Hepburne Barrington Cavaye, Major, King's) 
Own Scottish Borderers j 



23 Apr. 



2 Mar. 73 



13 Nov. 78 
30 Jan. 78 

May 78 



13 Aug. 79 
jo Jan. 78 



4 Dec. 
13 Aug. 79 



t i May 



13 Aug. 79 

14 Jan. 80 
11 Aug. 80 



1 1 Aug. 



21 .iune79 
1 June 79 
1 Alay 78 



1 May 



11 May 78 
30 Jan. 78 



13 Aug. 79 
1 Mar. 79 



7 Aug. 78 
14 Jan. So 



LIEUT. 



1 July 
10 Sept 
10 Sept 
10 Sept 
10 Sept 
10 Sept 
10 Sept 
10 Sept 
10 Sept 
10 Sept 
10 Sept 
10 Sept. 
10 Sept 
10 Sept 
10 Sept 
10 Sept 
10 Sept 
10 Sept. 
22 Mar. 
19 June 
19 June 

22 Oct. 
1 Sept. 

19 Mar 

23 June 
1 Feb. 
1 July 

21 Sept 
21 Sept 
21 Sept 
30 June 

i Oct. 

1 Oct. 
19 June 

6 Oct. 



81114 July 86 
;.75|io Sept.86 



I WHEW 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAY. 



1 July 



.75 10 Sept.uw 

■ 75'io Sept. 86 

■ 75!io Sept. 86 
.75J10 Sept.86 
.75110 Sept.86 

,.75 ( io Sept.86 

,.75 10 Sept.86 

■ 75110 Sept.86 

75I10 Sept.86 

75(10 Sept.86 

75I10 Sept.86: 

.75I10 Sept.86 1 

..75 10 Sept.86 

.75:10 Sept.86 

75110 Sept.86 

75 jo Sept.86 

79 26 Aug. 84 
77J11 Jan. 86 
77 1 it Jan. 86 
"ili6Mar. 87 

o 37 Dec. 90 
80! 2 Feb. 84 

80 18 Apr. 85 
79 8 Dec. 87! 
°- 10 Oct. 88 

2t Sept.86 
21 Sept.86} 
21 Sept.86 
s Dec. 8 4 
1 Oct. 85 
x Oct. 80 
7 1 Apr. 88 
So 10 Dec. 84 

15 Nov. "' 



11 Nov. 
15 Mar. 
19 June 
iq June 



20 Nov. 83 

■5 Oct. 84 

/ 1 Apr. 88 

77 11 Jan. 86 

1 July 81 19 Dec. 



1 May 78 



13 Aug. 79 
22 Jan. 81 



27 Aug. 79 



1 Jan. 
1 July 

19 Oct. 

13 Nov. 

11 Nov. 
t July 

31 Jan. 

20 Nov. 
20 Nov. 

1 July 
10 Fel). 
16 Nov. 

1 Sept. 

19 June- 
9 Oct. 
9 Oct. 
9 Oct. 
9 Oct. 
9 Oct. 

10 Mar. 

9 Oct. 
27 Nov. 

9 July 

2 July 

10 Nov. 

20 Jan. 

12 May 
30 Mar. 

1 Jan. 
i2 June 

11 Feb. 
11 Nov. 
19 Jan. 
15 Mar. 
18 Dec. 
18 Dec. 

14 May 

15 Mar. 
25 July 

1 July 

9 Oct. 

9 Oct. 
27 Jan. 
27 Jan. 
27 Jan. 
27 Jan. 
27 Jan. 
27 Apr. 

9 Oct. 



8iJ28 0ct. 85 
Si 5 Jan. 88 

77 13 Jan. 85 
:3 Nov. 86 
■4 Jan. 88 

Si 1 Apr. 89 

78 18 July 86 
75I20 Nov. 86; 
75 13 May 87 
81 10 Sept.87 
81 26 July 86 
80 28 June 84 

1 Mar. 87 
, 1 Apr. 88 
77 20 Jan. 86 
77 20 Jan. 86 
77 20 Jan. 86 
77 20 Jan. 86 
77 26 Jan. 86 
80 21 Dec. 85 
77 1 Feb. 86 

79 7 June 86 
79 ! 18 Apr. 85 



84 



76 



6 Nov. 89 
8 Dec. 86 
21 Feb. 88 

Mar. 91 
13 Oct. 86 

1 Jan 



u 1 a in.. 07 
Jo 1 8 Apr. 85 
75 27 June 85 
78 6 Nov. 86 



, ,'ov. 86 

19 Jan. 87 

1 May 89 

7 Sept.86 

i3 Dec. 89 

May 90' 

013 Aug. 90 

12 15 Jan. 91 

li 22 Jan. 92 

- 5 Feb. 85 

5 Feb. 86 



77 1 
31 May 77 



3 x cu * " w . 
27 Jan. 87' 
27 Jan. 87! 
27 Jan. 87 



70 27 Jan. 87 
76 27 Jan. 87' 
Q - 6 Feb. 87I 
:6 Feb. 86 

1 Apr. 86 : 



9 bept.25 
10 Sept. 05 
10 Sept.95 
10 Sept.95 
10 Sept.95 
ic Sept.Qs 
>o Sept.95 
10 Sept.95 
10 Sept.95 
10 Sept.95 
10 Sept.95 
10 Sept.95 
10 Sept.95 
10 Sept.95 
10 Sept.95 
10 Sept.95 
10 Sept.95 

10 Sept.95 

11 Sept.95 
11 Sept.95 
it Sept 95 
11 Sept.95 

11 Sept.95 
16 Sept.95 

7 Sept.95 
.8 Sept.95 

18 Sept.95 
21 Sept. 95 
21 Sept.95 

21 Sept.95 
25 Sept.95 

1 Oct. 95 
1 Oct. 95 
1 Oct. 95 
7 Oct. 05 

9 Oct. 95 

16 Oct. 95 
16 Oct. 95 

22 Oct. 95 
1 Nov. 95 

1 Nov. 95 

2 Nov. 95 

12 Nov. 95 

13 Nov. 95 
13 Nov. 95 
13 Nov. 95 

13 Nov. 95 
20 Nov. 95 
20 Nov. 95 

Nov. 95 
Nov. 95 

27 Nov. 95 

28 Nov. 95 

29 Nov. 95 
5 Dec. 95 
7 Dec. 95 
7 Dec. 95 
7 Dec. 95 
7 Dec. 45 
7 Dec 

11 Dec 
11 Dec 
11 Dec 

14 Dec 

14 Dec. 

15 Dec. 

16 Dec, 
20 Dec 
31 Dec 

1 Jan 
15 Jan 
t 5 J an „ 
15 Jan. 96 

19 Jan. 96 
22 Jan. 96 
22 Jan. 96 
22 Jan. 96 
22 Jan. 96 
22 Jan. 96 
22 Jan. 96 
22 Jan. 96 
25 Jan. 96 
25 Jan. 96 
27 Jan. 96 
27 Jan. 96 
27 Jan. 96 
27 Jan. 96 
27 Jan. 96 

5 Feb. 96 

6 Feb 



6 Feb. 96 



68 



Majors. 



HClLIEUT. LIEUT 



Robert FitzGerald Percy, Major, Royal Marines 

Hickman Crawford Molesworth, Major, Royal Artillery 

Devereux Walter Hickman, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Robert Vernon Garrett. Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Herbert Aveliug Raitt, J/u/or, South Staffordshire Regt 

Ernest Henry Rivett-Carnac, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

John William Carrie, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Robert Irwin Scallou, DSO. Major, Indian Staff Corps.... 

Frank Guu Delamain, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Edward Rawdon Penrose, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Henry Bolton Mainwaring, Major, Lincolnshire Regt 

Chas. Du P. Richardson-Griffiths, Major, Gloucester Regt 
Clement Baddeley Wood. Major, Scottish Rifles (90 P.).... 

George Arthur Gott, Major, Lndian Staff Corps 

Archibald M'Lachlan, Major, Royal Scots 

Affleck Alexander Eraser, Major, Bedfordshire Regiment. 
Geo. John Ninian Logan-Home, Major, Bedfordshire Regt 

Edmund D. John O'Brien. Major, 14 Hussars 

Cyril Godfrey Martyr, DSO.Ifaj., Duke of Cornwall's Lt. Inf. 

Francis Benjamin Jackson, Major, Royal Artiller3 - 

Felix D. F. MacCarthy, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Owen Hore, Major, South Staffordshire Regiment... 

John Dawson H. Waller, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Arthur Fanshawe, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Walter Lyster, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

James Laird Irvine, Major, Royal Engineers 

Tvrell O. W. Champion de Crespigny, Major, 15 Hussars... 
Paul Treby Clark, Major, Oxford Light Infantry (43 F.) ... 

Jas. Hutchinson Swanton, Major, Royal Marines 

John Krnest Pierson, 2Iajor, Sussex 'Regiment 

John Shuckbnrgh Ashby, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Henry Paul Treeby, Major, East Surrey Regiment 

Harold Alexander Ravenshaw, Major, Indian Staff CI.., 

p.s.c. Charles Edward Callwell. Major, Royal Artillery 

William St. Pierre Bunbury, Major, Royal Artillery 

Cecil Chas. Cavendish, Major, Highland Lt. Inf. (74 F.) 

p.s.c. George Elliott Benson, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Charles Henry Wynne Donovan, Major, Army Service Corps 

Arthur Forbes Montanaro, Captain', Royal Artillery 

Reginald Salmond Curtis, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Alex. Francis Grant Foulerton, Major, Leinster Regiment 
Alfred Benjamin Appelbe, Major, Army Ordnance Dept. ) 

(Hon. Major, 21 Jan. 93) $ 

Frederick Beauchamp Lecky, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thos. Mowbray Martin Berkeley, Major", Black Watch 

Claude Rawnsley, Major, Army Service Corps 

Edward A. Mouiton- Barrett, Major, Army Ord. Dept 

Francis Alexander Sanders, Major, Inniskilling Fus. (io3 F. 

Hugh Milbourne Jackson, Major, Royal Engineers 

Leonard Thales Pease, Major, Royal Marine Artillery 

Charles Farbes Blane, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Edward Brabazon Urmston, Major, Argyll & Suther- \ 
land Highlanders (91 F.) j 

George Egbert Walter, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Charles Frederick Stevens, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Ponsonby Glenn Huggins, DSO. Major, Indian Staff Corps 
p.s.c. Edward Agar, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Candler Neville, Major, Cheshire Regiment 

John Robert Sandwith, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Edmund Ashton Ogle, Maj or, East Yorkshire Regt 

Spring Robert Rice, Major, Royal Engineers 

Haydon d'Aubrey P. Taylor, Major, Gloucester Regt 

Eustace Chaloner Knox, Major, 18 Hussars , 

Lewis Edward Starkey. Major, 4 Hussars 

Charles Rosdew Burn, Major, 1 Dragoons 

Arthur Nairn Lysaght, Major, Irish Regiment 

Joseph Scott Gowrie Manera, Mujor, Indian Staff Corps ... 

Hon. Charles Harbord. Major, Scots Guards 

Gerald Carlile S. Handcock, Major, Yorkshire Regiment ... 

Charles Bell Watkins, Major, Royal Artillery 

John D. A. T. Lloyd, Major, South Wales Brdrs. (24 F.) ... 

Geo. Seymour Chas. Jeukinson, Major, Derby Regt. (45 F.) 

p.s.c. Nathaniel W. Earnardiston. Major, Middlesex Regt. 

Walpole Swinton Kays, Maior, King's Royal Rifles 

John Hanbury-Williams, Major, Oxfordshire Lt. Inf. 

Hon. Osbert V. Geo. Atheling Lumley, Major, n Hussars 

Thomas Francis Bu^he, Major, Royal Artillery 

Chas. Warren Napier-Clavering, Mujor, Somerset Lt. Inf. 

Walter James Gaitskell, Major, Royal Marine Artillery ... 

Walter Charles Smithson, Major, 13 Hussars 

Lionel James Richardson, Major, 14 Hussars 

Frederick Wm. Brooke Koe, Major, Army Service Corps... 

Henry Jenuer Scobell, Major, 2 Dragoons 

Edmund Harrington Molyneux-Seel,3/iy'or,LiverpoolRegt. 

Thomas Montgomery Hawtayne, Major, N. Stafford Regt. 

Arthur Douglas Meeres, Major, Royal Engineers 

Horatio Norris Dr.mbleton, Major, Royal Engineers 

Pierce Thomas Chute, Major, ilunster Pus. (104 P.) 

James Stewait Douglas, Major, Ro.^al Artillery 

Reginald George M'Queen M'Leod, Major, Royal Artillery 

Reginald Henry Mahon, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Beaumont Helyar, Major, Royal Artillery 

Archibald Louis Hibbert, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hon. George Leopold Bryan, Major, 10 Hussars 



27 Mar. 78 



16 Feb. 78 
ri May 78 
8 Dec. 77 




11 May 78 
23 Oct. 80 



it May 78 



2 July 79 
20 Mar. 78 



13 Aug. 79 
6 Aug. 79 



23 Oct. 80 
Departl. 



13 Aug. 70 



11 Aug. 
16 Feb. 78 



11 May 7! 



S Oct. 78 
15 Aug. 77 
17 Apr. 80 



23 Apr. 81 

1 May 78 
13 Aug. 79 



10 Apr. 7S 



4 Dec. 78 
1 May 7 3 

14 Sept.78 
6 Aug. 79 

25 May 78 



1 May 
7 Jan. 80 



[ 3 Ails'. 79 
4 Dec. 78 
22 Jan. 79 



8 Dec. 77 



1 Feb. 79 
9 Oct. 77 
11 Feb. 76 

11 Feb. 76 
9 July 79 1 26 Jan. 84 

12 Feb. 761 12 Feb. 87 
12 Feb. 76'i2 Feb. 87 
12 Feb. 76'i2 Feb. 87 
12 Feb. 76'i2 Feb. 87 
12 Feb. 76,10 Aug. 87 
21 Aug. 78 18 Nov. 84 

20 Nov. 75 4 Oct. 85 
1 July 81 1 1 Jan. 86 

23 reb. 76 23 Feb. 87 
25 Sept.78, 21 June 85 

21 Sept. 75 J 10 Aug. 85 
20 Nov. 75! 4 Oct. 83 
28 Aug. 79 17 Jan. 87 

.4 Aug. 89 
25 Feb. 86 
1 Apr. 88 
27 Jan. 85 
25 Feb. 86 
1 7 Mar. 86 
8 Mar. 87 
1 Apr. 88 



1 July 
9 Oct. 77 
.9 June 77 

8 May 80 

9 Oct. 77 
31 Jan. 78 

8 Mar. 76 
19 June 77 
1 July Si J 24 Aug. s« 

23 July 79 23 July 86 

1 Feb. 70 ; i7 June 88 

2 Oct. 80, 1 3 Apr. 85 
22 Mar. 76 22 Mar. 87 

25 May 80 5 Aug. 85 

24 Mar. 76] 24 Mar. 87 
31 Jan. 78 24 Mar. 86 
31 Jan. 78 24 Mar. 36 
28 Apr. 76 10 Feb. 88 
19 May So 28 July 88 

2 Aug. 82 11 Dec. S8 

26 July 8r[i6 Jan. 90 
28 July 83(31 Dec. 91 

1 July S1J29 Sept.86 



Service 
31 Jan. 78 

1 July 81 
22 Feb. 82^11 Dec. 88 



2o 3 /j 2 yrs. 

24 Mar. 36 
9 Jan. 87 



1 July 81 
8 Nov. 78 

19 June 77 
) Oct. 75 

31 Jan. 78 



13 Jan. 02 
2 Feb. 85 
1 Apr. 88 

4 Feb. 86 

5 May 86 



10 Nov. So 27 Sept.86 

15 Apr. 76J15 Apr. 87 
19 Apr. 76:19 Apr. 87 
.9 Apr. 76 1 19 Apr. 87 



9 Oct. 77 
17 Apr. 80 



1 Apr 
6 Sept. 85 



28 Apr. 76 28 Apr. 87 
31 May 78] 5 May 86 

9 Oct. 77 1 Apr. 88 
ig Sept. 80 22 Sept. S5 
30 Aug. 82 ' 1 4 Apr. 86 
1 July 81 17 Dec. 87 
1 July 81, 2 Feb. 85 

29 Sept. 80 12 Feb. 36 

22 May 76 22 May 87 

30 Apr. 75 1 Apr. 87 
1 Mar. 79 24 May 85 

31 Jan. 78 8 May 86 

23 Jan. 7g!i5 Apr. 85 
28 Feb. 79: 1 Dec. 84 
11 Mar. 80' 21 Dec. 85 

1 July 81 129 Dec 



3 Apr. 80 
22 Oct. 8 1 
31 Jan. 78 
26 Feb. 80 
1 Sept. 76 
i July 8i 
14 May 



Sept.86 
2 Mar. 87 
16 June 86 

22 July 

23 Mar. 
29 Sept. 85 

24 Mar. ~" 



1 Feb. 81! 1 Apr 
10 Nov. 80 7 Jan. 
17 Apr. So 10 Dec. 
13 Sept. 79 2 Jan 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Nov. 76 

v Jan. 78 

1 Jan. 78 

1 Jan. 78 

l Jan. 78 
Jan. 78 



1 July 81 



1 Apr. 88 
1 Apr. 88 
7 Dec. 87 
18 June 86 
3 July S6 
7 July 86 
7 July 86 
15 July 86 
13 Sept. 87 



7 Feb. 96 

8 Feb. 96 
11 Feb. 96 

11 Feb. 96 

12 Feb. 96 
12 Feb. 96 
12 Feb. 90 
12 Feb. 95 
12 Feb. 96 

12 Feb. 96 
17 Feb. 96 
19 Feb. 96 
19 Feb. 96 

23 Feb. _ ' 
26 Feb. 96 
26 Feb. 96 
26 Feb. 96 
26 Feb. 96 

26 Feb. 96 

27 Feb. 96 
1 Mar. 96 

4 Mar. 96 

5 Mar. 96 
5 Mar. 96 
S Mar. 96 

Ti Mar. c.6 
11 Mar. 96 

16 Mar. 96 

17 Mar. 96 

18 Mar. 96 
22 Mar. 96 

24 Mar. 96 

24 Mar. 96 

25 Mar. 96 
25 Mar. 
25 Mar. 96 
25 Mar. 96 
25 Mar, 
25 Mar. 96 
^5 Mar, 

28 Mar. 96 

1 Apr. 96 

1 Apr. 96 
1 Apr. 96 
1 Apr. 
1 Apr. _ 

8 Apr. 96 

9 Apr. . " 
10 Apr. 96 
,1 Apr. 96 

5 Apr. 96 

15 Apr. 96 

19 Apr. 90 

19 Apr. 96 

20 Apr. 

21 Apr. 96 

28 Apr. 96 

29 Apr. 96 
u May 96 

13 May 96 
13 May 96 
13 May 96 
20 May 96 
20 May 96 

22 May 96 

23 May 
27 May „ 

30 May 96 
9 June 96 

10 June 
10 June 96 
10 June 96 
1 7 June 

17 June _, 

18 June 96 

24 June 96 
30 June 96 

1 July 96 

1 July 96 

1 July 96 

5 July 96 

18 July 96 

22 July 96 

22 July 96 

25 July 96 

29 July 96 

30 July 96 
30 July 96 

1 Aug. 96 
1 Aug. 96 
1 Aug. 96 
3 Aug. 96 



WHEN 
PLACET) ON 
HALF PAT. 



Majors. 



69 



Fred. John Dealtry Lugard, CB.DSO. Major, Norfolk Regt.. 

Theodore John Wan-ender Prendergast, Major, R. Eng 

Hampden Hugh Massy, Major, Royal Engineers 

Alfred Matthews, Major, Royal Artillery 

I'd Percival Scrope Marling, Major, 18 Hussars 

William Erskiue Graham Login, Major, Royal Scots 

Hy. Benjamin Naylor Adair, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles William Robert St. John, Major, Royal Engineers.. 

William Tolland, Major, Royal Engineers 

Alfred Montgomery Mantell, Major, Roval Engineers 

William Charles Pollard, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

p.s.c. William Henry Rycroft, Major, n Hussars 

Hon. Gilbert Legh. Major, Grenadier Guards 

Robert Gordon Gordon-Gilmour, Major, Grenadier Guards.. 

Robert Henry Gage Heygate. DSO. Major, Border Regt 

George W. Brandon Swiney, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Alfred Orfonl, Major, Royal Marine Aitillery 

Atherton ffolliott Powell, Major, Royal Artillery 

Howard Gnise, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis Garnett Atkinson, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Atherton Edward Jenkins, Major, Rifle Brigade 

p.s.c. Lewis Munro, Major, Hampshire Regiment (67 F.) 

Henry Richmond Wm. Lnmsden, jl/y/cr.lndian StaffCorps.. 

Frederick White, Major, Royal Marines 

p.s.c. Edward John Granet, Major, Royal Artillery 

Philip Beauchamp Taylor, Major, Royal Artillery 

Paul Robert Burn-Murdoch. Major, Royal Engineers 

Hugh Thomas Lyle, DSO. Major, Welsh Fusiliers (23 F.) ... 

Wm. Radcliffe Peel Wallace, Major, Gloucester Regt 

AVilliam Knox Downes, DSO. Major, Indian StaffCorps 

Albert Edmond Leslie, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

John Alfred Wyllie, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Henry Espine Monck-Mason, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Gervase b'rancis Newport Tinley, Major, Indian S. C 

Frederick Bernard Deane, Major. Indian StaffCorps 

Charles Walter Harris, Major, Indian StaffCorps 

p.s.c. Reginald C. Cokayne-Frith. Major, 15 Hussars 

George Reade MacMull'en, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

NewuigateAddington Knightley Burne, Major, Indian S.C.... 

Richard Cranley Onslow, Major, Indian StaffCorps 

Alexander Wallace. Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Philip Barber Lindsell, Major, Indian StaffCorps 

George Bowring. Major, Indian StaffCorps 

James Henry Parsons, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

George Herbert Watson, Major, Indian StaffCorps 

George Edward Hyde Cates, Major, Indian StaffCorps 

Herbert Wharry. DSO. Major, Indian StaffCorps 

Malcolm Henry Stanley Gi'cver, Maj or, Indian StaffCorps.. 
p.s.c. Walter Grenville Ley,J/a;'or, N. Stafford Regt. (98 F.).., 
Ernest Aug.FredericCarter, Mafor, Lancaster Regt. (4F.)... 

Godfrey Williams, Major, Koyal Engineers 

Archer Clive Bolton, AzVy'or,Northamptonshire Regt. (58 F.). 

Robert Scott-Kerr, Major, Grenadier Guards 

Henry Thomas Fenwick, Major, Royal Hoise Guards 

2JffiAlan Richard Hili.J/n/or.Northamptonsb.ireRegt. (48 F.) . 

Arthur Campbell Yate, Major. Indian StaffCorps 

Dudley Strathearn Stewart, Major, Northumberland Fus.. 

Cyril Field, Major, Royal Marines 

William Huskisson, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Denne Robson, Major, West Surrey Regiment (2 F.). 
Charles Edward Burton, Major, Norfolk Regiment (9 F.).... 
Frederic Philip Smyly, Major, South Wales Borderers (24F.). 

Edward Hume Armitage. Major, Royal Artillery 

John Edward Harvey, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Hammond, Major, Bedfordshire Regiment (16 F.). 
Alex. Soryrngeour Wedderbum, Major, Hoyal Artillery .... 

Gerald D'Arragon Alexander, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Andrew Cregan, Major, Royal Engineers 

Edward Druitt, Major, Royal Engineers 

Harold Frank Chesney, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry John Watt Brownrigg, Major, Royal Engineers 

Joseph Hume Balfour, Major, Indian StaffCorps 

Algernon Henry Wiimer, Major, Indian Staff Corns 

Arthur Fanlcon'er Poulton, jVcy'or.SutfolkRegiment (12 F.). 

Charles Hamlyn Agnew, Major, 4 Hussars 

Hy. Lawrence C. Howard Stafford, Major, Royal Engineers 
Alt'. Hamilton Mackenzie Edwards, Major, 5 Dragoon Gds.... 

George William Maxwell, Major, Indian StaffCorps 

John Hewitt Jellett, Major, Royal Artillery 

St. Clair Oswald, Major, 3 Hussars 

Charles Walter Young, Major, West India Regiment 

Edward Arthur Kemble, Major, Suffolk Regiment (1? F.) ... 

Francis James Anderson, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.s.c. Charles Newcomen Watts, Major, Derby Regiment 

Robert Alleyne Stewart Buckle, Major, Irish Rifles (86 F.) ... 
Herbert John James Middleton, Major, Indian Staff Corps... 

Gecrge Frederick Watson, Major, Indian StaffCorps 

p.s.c. Francis Edward Cooper, Major, Royal Artillery 

Walter Charteris Ross, Major, Durham Lt. Infantry (106 F.) 

Herbert Kendall Jackson, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Sumner Ormerod, Major, Minister Fusiliers (104 F.) 

Warren Francis Trotter, Major, Royal Marine Artillery 

Leonard Arthur Arkwright, Maior, Royal Engineers 

Thomas Lamb, Major, South Lancashire Regiment 



2ndLIEIIT. LIEUT 



it May 78 



11 Aug. 
1 May 



13 Aug. 79 
13 Nov. 73 
!5 Jan. 78 
1 May 7 8 



MAJOR. 



15 Jan. 
14 Jan. 



22 Jan. 79 
17 Apr. 80 



11 Aug 
11 May 78 



22 Feb. 79 
26 Mar. 79 



22 Feb. 79 
1 1 May 78 



4 Dec. 78 
31 Jan. 77 

1 May 78 



(3 Aug. 79 

1 May 78 



1 Jan. 81 13 Aug. 85 5 Aug. 96 
9 Oct. 77 4 Apr. 88 5 Aug. 96 
9 Oct. 77,26 May 88 6 Aug. 96 
31 Jan. 78 21 July 86 11 Aug. 96 
"1 July 81(22 Dec. 86 12 Aug. 96 
15 Nov. 79' 10 Jan. 87(12 Aug. 96 
9 Oct. 77 1 July 88 12 Aug. 96 
9 Oct. 77 j 1 July 88 12 Aug. 96 
9 Oct. 77] 1 July 88 13 Aug. 96 
31 Jan. 781 1 July 88,13 Aug. 96 
14 Aug. 76 14 Aug. 87 1 14 Aug. g5 
1 July SjIji Apr. 88J19 Aug. 96 
1 July Sij 2 July 90 19 Aug. m 
1 July 81U3 July 90(25 Aug. qo 
19 Sept. 80(28 Mar. 86.26 Aug. 96 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAY. 



Aug. 76 

i Sept 76 

31 Jan. 78 

31 Jan. 78 

1 Sept. 76 

12 Mar. 81 
9 Apr. 81 
6 Sept.76 
1 Feb. 79 

31 Jan. 78 
;8 Dec. 78 
31 Jan. 78 

13 Anr. Si 
5 Oct. 80 

10 Sept.76 
to Sept.76 



26 Aug. 87 



26 Aug. 96 



:q Aug. 96 
29 Aug. qo 
29 Aug. 96 

i Sept. 96 

1 Sept. 96 

2 Sept. 96 
6 Sept. 96 

6 Sept. 96 

7 Sept. 96 

7 Sept. 96 

8 Sept. 96 

9 Sept. 96 
q Sept. 96 
o Sept. 96 



25 Mar. 80 
21 July 86 
21 July 86 

1 Sept.87 
1 Mar. 88 

26 July 86 
6 Sept.87 

26 Aug. 88 

27 July 86 
29 July 86 

1 July 88 
6 Dec. 85 
S May 86 
10 Sept. 87 
10 Sept.87 10 £ ept 
10 Sept. 76:10 Sept.87 to Sept.96 
10 Sent. 76(10 Sept.87(io Sept. 96 
10 Seot. 76 10 Sept.87 10 Sept. 96 
10 Sept.76 10 Sept.87 IO Sept. 96 
10 Sept. 76,10 Sept.87 10 Sept. 96 

10 May 82 24 Aug. 88.10 Sept.96 

11 Sept.76 11 Sept.87]n Sept.96 
11 Sept.76 11 Sept.87 11 Sept.96 
11 Sept.75 11 Sepi.87Jn Sept 96 
n Sept.76 11 Sept.87 11 Sept.96 
ii Sept.76 ii Sept. 87, 1 1 Sept.96 
11 Sept.76 11 Sept. 87(11 Sept.96 
it Sept.76 11 Sept.87|ii Sept.96 
11 Sept.76 ii Sept. 87, n Sept.96 
11 Sept.76 11 Sept.8; : ii Sept.96 
11 Sept.76 11 Sept. 87 11 Sept.96 

11 Sept.76 11 Sept.87 i: Sept.96 

12 Mar. 81 1 July 87 
20 Mar. 80 11 Aug. 86 
31 Jan. 78 10 July 88 
25 Aug. 80 22 Nov. 84 

1 July 81 16 Dec. 90 
11 Mar. 851 15 Anr. 91 
29 Jan. 8r| 1 Sept. So 
22 Sept.76 22 Sept.87 

1 Jan. 81 27 Jan. 86 

1 Sept.79;24 Nov. 88 
31 Jan. 78114 July £ 
11 Sept.78ho May 8 



15 Feb. 8 1 13 All 
12 Apr. 79 15 An 
18 Dec. 78 8 Sept. 36 
tS Dec. 7 S 8 Sept 
28 Feb. 79 j July 
18 Dec. 78 1 Oct. 
18 Dec. 78 1 Oct. 
31 Jan. 7 3 18 July 88 
31 Jan. 78 1 Au 
Jan. 78 19 Au 
31 Jan. 78 16 Dec. 88 

6 Oet. 76 6 Oct. 87 

6 Oct. 76 6 Oct. 87 
25 Sept.8o 9 Apr. 85 

1 Oet. 80 28 Aug. 86 
31 Jan. 78 18 Dec. 88 7 Oct. 96 

27 Jan. 83 18 Feb. 89 7 Oct 
:i Oct. 76 11 Oct. 87 11 Oct. 96 
:S Dec. 78 12 Oct. 86 12 Oct. 

■4 Sept. 78 29 June 81 17 Oct. 85 14 Oct . 

10 Mar. 83 27 Oct. 89 14 Oct. 96 
13 Aug. 79 12 Oct. 80 18 May 85 15 Oct. 

31 Jan. 78 18 Dec. 88 iy Oct. . 

13 Aug. 79 1 Jan. 81 4 June85 21 Oct. 96 
13 Aug. 79 2 Oct. 80 7 Sept.86 28 Oct. 
Oct. 76 28 Oct. S 7 28 Oc 

28 Oct. 76 28 Oct. 87 28 Oct. 95 
18 Dec. 78 12 Oct. 86 29 Oct. 96 

9 Sept.77 l6 Jnly 80 5 Nov. 87 31 Oct. 96 

iS Dec. 78 29 Oct. S6 1 Nov. 96 

11 May 78(20 Mar. 80 4 June 87 4 Nov. 96 

....'.. I 1 Sept.76! 5 Apr. 86 5 Nov. 96 

| 3 i Jan. 78 18 Dec. 88 6 Nov. 96 

i May 78,20 June 79 14 Nov. 85(11 Nov. 96 



14 Sept.96 
16 Sept.96 
16 Sept.96 
19 Sept.96 
19 Sept.96 
19 Sept.96 
22 Sept.96 

22 Sept.96 

23 Sept.96 

24 Sept.96 

25 Sept.96 
59 Sept.96 
30 Sept.96 
30 Sept.96 
30 Sept.96 
30 Sept.95 
30 Sept.96 

1 Oct. 96 
1 Oct. 96 
1 Oct. 96 
1 Oct. 96 
1 Oct. 96 
4 Oct. 96 
6 Oct. 96 

6 Ocr. 96 

7 Oct. 96 
7 Oct. 96 



7 o 



Majors. 



2IU1LIEUT. LIEUT. 



Harrison Midwood, Major, Highland Light Infantry (74 F.) 
p.s.c. Richd. Boileau Gaisford, Major, Scots Fusiliers (21 F.) 

Robert John Tudway, Captain, Essex Regiment 

Edward Kaye Danbeney, DSO. Major, South Stafford Regt. 
p.s.c. Hugh Pentland Shekleton, Capt. S. Lancashire Regt.... 
William Lancelot James, Major, Lancaster Regiment (4 F.) 

Frederick David Baillie, Major, 4 Hussars 

Thomas Edgcomb Hickman, DSO. Captain, Worcester Regt. 

Wm. Spottiswoode Sparkes, Captain, Welsh Regiment 

Wm. Fras. Hy. Style Kincaid, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Raleigh Gilbert Egerton, Captain, Indian Staff Corps 

Norman Edward Young, Captain, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Bertram Reveley Mitford, Captain, East Surrey Regt.... 

Herbert William Jackson, Captain, Gordon Highlanders 

Wm. Staveley Gordon, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Hamilton Bower, Captain, Indian Scaff Ccrps... 

Henry Marwood, Captain, North Staffordshire Regt. (64 F.) 

Charles Edward Lawrie, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Alexander Cadell, Captain, Indian Staff Corps 

Philip Charles Gubbins, Major, Royal Engineers 

Herbert Loftus Welman, Major, Irish Rifles 

Geo. Albanus Williams, Major, S. Staffordshire Regt. (80F.) 

Henry Charles Higgs, Major, 16 Lancers 

Wm. Richard Yeiiding, CIE. DSO. Major, Indian S. C 

William Henry Lowry, Major. Indian Staff Corps 

Sidney "Vernon Thornton, Major, Royal Artillery 

Raymond Crawford, Major, Army Ordnance Department ... 

John Henry Langford Dallas, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Hail M'Luighlin, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis Geldard, Maj or. North Staffordshire Regt. (98 F.) ... 
Arthur de Salis Haclow, Major, Yorkshire Regiment (19 F.) 

William Alan Cairnes, Major, Royal Engineers 

John Hassard Stewart Gibb, Major, Worcester Regt. (36 F.) 

2>.s.c. Hubert John Cu Cane. Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Anstruther Kinloch, Major, King's Royal Rifles (60 F.) 
Francis Russell Parkinson, Major, Welsh Regiment (41 F.) 

Colin Duncan Johnstone, Major, East Surrey Regiment 

Cecil de Courcy Etheridge, Major, Warwick Regiment (6 F.) 
Alfred Grahanie Cartwright, Major, Yorkshire Regt. (19 F.) 

Francis Gerald Kenyon-Slaney, Major, Dnrham Lt. Inf. 

Edw. John Jenkins Teale, Major, Duke of Cornwall's Lt. Inf. 

John Page Wood, Major, Border Regiment 

George Roe Darley, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edgar Forbes Nelson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Hugh Block, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Elliott Oldfleld, Major, Royal Artillery 

p s.c. Neil Douglas Findlay, Major, Royal Artillery 

Antonio Stephen Ralli, Major, 12 Lancers 

Francis John Pink, DSO. Major, West Surrey Regiment 

Godfrey Hy. Wolley Stockdale, Major, Royal Engineers 

Stuart Davidson, Major, Rcyal Engineers 

Richard Leigh, Major, Royal Engineers 

Frank Herbert Horniblow, Major, Royal Engineers 

Walter Way Baker, Major, Royal Engineers 

Harvey Alexander, Major, 10 Hussars 

Wellesley Lynedoch Henry Paget, Major, Royal Artillery ... 

p. i.e. [James Thomason Johnston, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Edward Watson, Major, Manchester Regiment 

Thomas A. Hnrknei;s Davies, DSO. Major, Devon Regiment 

Frederick Clifton Briggs, Major. Devonshire Regiment 

Bruce Bremner Russell, Major, Royal Engineers 

Frederick Falfeiner Minchin, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Alves Inglis, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas ffoster Chamberlain, Major, Royal Artillery 

Son. Henry James Anson, Major, Highland Lt. Inf. (71 F.)... 

John Wm. Babington Meade, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Edward Aubrey Strachan, Major, Inniskilling Fusiliers 

p.s.c. Charles James Cockburu, Major, Warwick Regiment... 

Harry Graham Marsh, Major, 19 Hussars 

James tiordon Lennox Burnett, Major, Leicester Regiment... 
Thos. Hv. Hollis Bradford-Atkinson, Major, Grenadier Gds 
Thomas Hutchinson Haughton, Major, Indian Staff Corps... 
p.s.c, Alfred Edward John Cavendish, Major, Argy.l and ) 

Sutherland Highlanders (91 Foot) j 

Henry Eardley-Wilmot, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Paul Rycaut S. Churchward, Major, North Lancashire Regt. 
Sydenham Campbell-TJrquhart Smith, Major, R. Artillery ... 

p.s.c. Henry Gray Burrowes, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edmund Arthur Ponsonby Hobday, Major, Royal Artillery... 

George Wright, Major, Royal Artillery ! 

Robt. Whyte Melville Jackson, Major, Army Ordnance Dept. 

William R. De la P. Lloyd, Major, Suffolk Regiment 

Gilbert Boys Smith, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hue-h A. L. Paterson, Major, E.oyal Engineers 

Nathaniel Albert De'.ap Barton, Major, Connaught Rangers 

George Prescott Douglas, Major, 2'Dragoon Guards 

Hugh Harry Hayworth Aspinal!, Major, Indian Staff Corps 
Montagu Creighton Curry, Major, Devonshire Regiment .., 

William R. H. Beresiord, Major, Welsh Fusiliers 

Charles Douglas Learoyd, Major, Royal Engineers 

Edmund Sclater Crofts', Major, Hampshire Regiment 

John AntillMoggridge, Jl/<//or, SouthLancashire Regt. (82 F. 

George Osbaldeston Welch, Major, Army Service Corps 

Frederick Horniblow, Major, Army Service Corps 



1 May 
13 Aug. 
11 May 
31 Jan. 

4 Dec. 



78 1 

79 

78 

Eo 

78 



22 Jan. 

22 Jan. 

1 Aug. 



13 Aug. 
4 Dec. 



13 Aug. 79 



8 May 
31 Oct. 
17 Apr. 
11 May 

1 Jan. 

1 May 

2 July 
13 Aug. 



gFeb/Si 



13 Aug. 79 



23 Oct. 80 



|n Sept.;6 

4 Sept. So 
1 July 8 
1 Dec. 80 
1 July 81 

5 Dec. 80 

•9 July 

1 July 81 

!2 Oct. " 

>7 July 80 

19 Feb. 8 

25 July 82 

Sept. 82 

Oct. 81 

15 Feb. 83 

1 July 81 

6 Feb. 84 
15 Feb. 84 

9 Aug. 85 
31 Jan. 78 
12 Mar. 81 



14 Jan. 8c 



2 Feb. 81 24 Aug. , 

1 July 81 16 July S8 

29 Nov. 76 29 Nov. £7 

29 Nov. 76 20 May 88 

Dec. 78 29 Oct. 8( 



ti Aug. 
16 Feb. 



24 Jan. 
1 1 May 



11 May 78 



1 May 
11 May 



;o Jan. 
25 Aug 



WHEN 
PLACED OIT 
HALF PAT. 



11 Sept.88i[ Nov. 96 

25 Aug. 86,12 Nov. 96 

21 Apr. S6 ,8 Nov. 96 

7 Aug. 86 x 8 Nov. 96 

5 Oct. 87 ji Nov. 96 

1 Feb. 88 j 8 Nov. 96 

1 July 88' 18 Nov. 9b 

25 July 88 T 8 Nov. 96 

5 Nov. 8S^i8 Nov. 96 

1 Oct. 8g'i8 Nov. 96 

13 Aug. 90:18 Nov. 96 

29 May 91,18 Nov. 96' 
24 June 91 ' 18 Nov. 96 

1 Sept. 91 18 Nov. 96 

30 Sept. 91 : x 8 Nov. 96 

23 Oct. 91 iS Nov. 96 

14 Sept. 92} 18 Nov. 96 
4 Mar. 93'i8 Nov. 96 

29 Aug. 96I18 Nov. 96 
18 Dec. 88I23N0V. 96 

24 Jan. 87 25 Nov. 96 
25 Nov. 96 

Nov. 96 



:8 June 8 
.8 Dec. 7S 
18 Dec. 78 
1 July 81 
11 Oct. 79 
31 Jan. 78 
"1 Mar. 80 
18 Dec. 78 — 

1 July 8:1 11 Sept.89 

13 Nov. 78 1 18 Feb. 84 
21 June8o|3i Aug. 87 

14 May 80 1 Mar. 86 
11 Feb. 80 1 Sept.86 

2 Feb. 81! 28 Nov. 



22 May 07 
1 Nov. 86 

28 Nov. 86 
4 Mar. 89 
8 Nov. 85 

18 Dec. 88 

1 Sept.S6 

Dec. 86 



1 July 81 

1 July 81 

8 Dec. 78 

8 Dec. 78 

18 Dec. 78 

Dec. 78 

18 Dec. 78 

1 July 81 

Mar. 8 1 



29 Nov. 96 

29 Nov. 06 

30 Nov. 96 
30 Nov. 96 

2 Dec. 06 
2 Dec. 96 
2 Dec. 96 
4 Dec. 96 
6 Dec. 96 
9 Dec. 96 
9 Dec. 96 
:o Dec. 96 
12 Dec. 96 
14 Dec. 96 
:6 Dec. 96 
16 Dec. 96 
J16 Dec. 96 



Apr. 88]i6 Dec. 96 
19 Nov. 88 20 Dec. 96 
21 Dec. 86 21 Dec. 96 
2t Dec. 86 l 2i Dec. 96 
21 Dec. 86 21 Dec. 96 
1 Jan. 87' 2 i Dec. 06 
28 Apr. 87 21 Dec. 96 
Jan. 88 21 Dec- 06 
1 Mar. SS 30 Dec 



91 



31 Jan. 7 S'ii8Dec. 88 31 Dec 
:8 Dec. 78 10 Jan. 89 31 Dec 

8 Dec. 78 12 Jan. 89 31 Dec. 96 
:8 Dec. 78 8 Feb. 89 31 Dec. 96 
:8 Dec. 78 3 Mar. 89 31 Dec. 96 

1 July 81 16 Mar. 89 2 Jan. 97 
l8 Dec. 78 11 May 89 10 Jan. 97 

6 Apr. 79 25 May 87'n Jan. 97 
13 June 79 10 Aug. 87 13 Jan. 97 

1 Sept.76|2? Nov. S4I15 Jan 

6 Oct. 77 24 Dec. 84I18 Jan 



77 

Dec. 78 
6 Apr. 79 
6 Apr. 79 
6 Apr. 79 
1 July 81 
25 Jan. 77 



8 Mar. 89 [8 Jan. 97 
1 June 87J20 Jan. 97 
6 June 87120 Jan. 97 
17 June 87J20 Jan. 97 
3 Apr. 89^0 Jan. 



25 



Jan. 



. Feb. 79 2 Feb. 85 

8 7 July Bo 1 3 )Iav - 86 

29 July 82^18 Apr. 85 

21 Nov. 79^4 Dec. 84 

1 July 81 23 Jan. 92 



14 Jan. 
30 Jan. 



78 



19 Feb. 
14 Jan. 



16 Feb. 
19 Feb. 



13 Oct. 
6 Aug. 

11 Aug. 
13 Aug. 



78 



79 



88 25 Jan. 97 
1 Feb. 97 
3 Feb. 97 
7 Feb. 97 
10 Feb. 97 
10 Feb. 97 



11 Feb. 77 11 Feb. 38J11 Feb. 97 
1 July 81 12 June 86 12 Feb. 97 
Feb. 77)12 Feb. 88,12 Feb. 97 



26 May 80J28 Aug. 86 

6 Apr 

6 Apr. 79 

6 Apr. 79 

6 Apr. 79 

1 July 81 

1 Jan. 81 

6 Apr. 79 
19 June 77 
22 Oct. 80 

1 July 8 1 
22 Mar. 77 
25 July 78 

1 July 81 
18 Dec. 78 

1 July 8 



7029 June 87 

July 87 

July 87 

15 Aug. 87 

22 Oct. 90 

15 May 86 

29 Aug. 87 

1 Apr. 88 

7 Apr. 87 

20 July 87 

22 Mar. 88 

S Oct. 8s 

Dec _ 



14 Feb. 97 

15 Feb. 97 
15 Feb. 97 
15 Feb. 97 
15 Feb. 97 
19 Feb. 97 
24 Feb. 97 
24 Feb. 97 

8 Mar. 97 
10 Mar. 97 
10 Mar. 97 
22 Mar. 97 
24 Mar. 97 

4 Mar. 97 



19 Mar. 89124 Mar. 97 
29 Aug. 86I27 Mar. 97 
4 Oct. 79 23 Apr. 87,27 Mar. 97 
2 Aug. 82(11 Dec. 88j 1 Apr. 97 
12 May S3! ii Dec. 88| 1 Apr. 97 



Majors. 



71 



hrndLiEUT. 

Fred. Chas. Airncra Gilpin, Major, Army Service Corps (22 Jan. 81 1 July 81 

Thomas Arthur Mackenzie, Major, Cameron Highlanders... 22 Jan. 79 18 Aug. 8c 

Frederick James Murphy, Major, 13 Hussars 23 July 79(25 Feb. 80 

Henry Huntly Leith Malcolm, Major, Cameron Highlanders I 2 Jan. 791=9 Sept.8o 

Charles James Aiistrutber, Major, 17 Lancers n May 7^127 Apr. 8r 

p.s.c. John Edward Lindley, Major, r Dragoons (22 Oct. 81 

Charles William, Thompson, Major, 7 Dragoon Guards j I28 Jan. 82 

Herbert Bethune Patton-Bethune, Major, 3 Hussars 22 Jan. 791 1 July 81 

■Tames Edward Dewar, Major, 2 Dragoon Guards I 129 July 82 

Basil St. John Mundy, Major, 15 Hussars | 2 Aug. 82 

Francis Henry Toovey Hawley, Major, 2 Dragoons 11 Aug. 8029 June 81 

1 May 78 1 July 81 

I22 Oct. 81 

j 2 Aug. 82 

23 Apr. Si i 1 July 81 
19 Feb. Si j 1 July 81 
27 Sept.79 1 ] July 81 
22 Jan. 81 1 1 July 

; 2 5Aug. 

o Jan. 



Francis Sudlow Garratt, Major, 6 Dragoon Guards 

Michael Frederic Rimington, Major, 6 Dragoons 

"William Edwin Danby, Major, 7 Dragoon Guards 

Philip Walter Jules Le Galiais, Major, 8 Hussars 

Robert Mervyn "Richardson, Major, 74 Hussars 

Laurence George Drummond. Major, Scots Guards 

Charles Bateson Harvey, Major, 10 Hussars 

"William Henry Birkbeck, Major, r Dragoon Guards 

Herbert Mercer, Major, 3 Dragoon Guards 

Augustus J. H. Beaumont, Marquis of Winchester, Major, 7 

Coldstream Guards '. $ 

Stephen Jjcslie Norris, Major, Royal Engineers: 

Chas. Hildvard Thornton Whitaker, Major, Yorkshire 1/t.Icf. 

George Adrian Porter. Major, The Buffs 

Arthur Charles Hy. Thomas, Major, N. Lane. Regt. (Si F.) 

Arnold Wilson Birch, Major, South Wales Borderers 

Norman Stuart Ogilvie, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Vernon Hume. Major, Royal Artillery 

Cuthbert Edward Goulburn, Major, Royal Artillerv 

John Robert Barkly Davidson , M ajor, Royal Artillery 

Frederick Macdonald Close, Major, Royal' Artillery 

Percy Henry Enthoven, Major, Royal Artillery ...' 

Ingram Cosmo Conway-Gordon, Major, Highland Lt. Inf. .. 

Coventry Williams, Major, 13 Hussars 

p.s.c, Thomas D'Oyly Snow, Major, Inniskilling Fusiliers ... 

William Pulteney Pulteney, DSO. Major, Scots Guards 

William Anstruther-Thomson. Major, Royal Horse Guards... 

Henry Melvill, Major, Indian Staff Corps' 

p.s.c. Courtenay Bourchier Vyvyan, Major, The Buffs 

Albert Victor Jenner, DSO. Captain, Rifle Brigade 

Alexander John Godley, Captain, Dublin Fusiliers (102 F.) 

Arthur Forde Pilson, Captain, Dublin Fusiliers (102 F.) 

John Charles Arthington Walker, Major, 2 Dragoon Guards 

Francis Manlev Lowe, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Wiliiam Ernest Fairholme, Major, Royal Artillery 

Eustace Guinness, Major, Roval Artillery 

Charles Louis Woollcombe, Major, King's Own Scottish ) 

Borderers ) 

Edmund Hy. Hynman Allenby, Major, 6 Dragoons 

p.s.c. Henry Gwynn Deane Shute, Major, Coldstream Gds. 

Harry Lynch Talbot, Major. Royal Marine Artillery 

Hy. Lionel Gallwey, DSO. Contain, East Lancashire Regt. 
p.s.c. Herbert Sutherland Walker, Captain, Scottish Rifles '1 

(<?'-> F-) i 

Godfrey Lancaster Beaumont, Captain, Royal Marines 

Clement Frederick Baxter, Major, Gloucestershire Regt 

John Henry Balguy, Major, Roval Artillery 

Herbert Mullaly, Major, Royal Engineers 

Hobart Charles Fraser, Major, Royal Marines 

Walter Lambert, Major, Royal Artillery 

Vincent Mackesy Birkbeck, Major, Royal Scots 

p.s.c. Henry Dowrish Drake, Major, Royal Marine Artillery 

Frederick Charlton Meyrick, Major, 75 Hussars 

Charles L. N. Bishop, Major. Royal Marine Artillery 

Louis Augustus Gordon, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Frederick George Kappey, Major, Royal Marine Artillery... 

Heniy Lawrence Gardiner, Major, Royal Artillery 

Gerald Robert Clark Paul, Major, Army Service Corps 

Wilkinson Dent Bird, Captain, West Surrey Regiment 

p.s.c. Harry Chance, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frederic Lewis Nathan, 'Major,' Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Alexander Ramsay Stuart, Major, Royal Artillery 

Wilfrid Heron Cummings. Major, Royal Artillery "... 

George Frederick Willes, Major, Indian Staff Corps 



I J 

27 Sept.79! 1 July 81 

|i8 Dec. 78 

22 Jan. 79 j 30 Apr. 79 

30 Jan. 78 i 17 Dec. 79 

1 May 78829 Sept. 80 

16 Feb. 78 17 May 79 

6 Apr. 79 



2 1 J une 79 
4 Jan. 80 

22 Jan. 

23 Apr. 
17 Apr. 



1 May 78 



9 May 88 



30 Sept. 80 
1 1 May 78 



7 Aug 



5 Oct. 78 



22 Aug. 8S 



6 Apr. 79 
6 Apr. 79 
6 Apr. 79 
6 Apr. 79 
6 Apr. 79 
1 July 
1 July 81 
1 July 
1 July 81 
1 July 81 
3 May 77 
6 Jan. 80 
9 Sent. 
25 Aug. 86 
1 Apr. 90 

29 July 
6 Apr. 79 
6 Apr. 79 
6 Apr. 79 

11 Oct. 76 

10 May 82 
1 July 
1 Sept.76 

30 Mar. 81 

23 Aug. 84 

1 Sept. 84 
30 Oct. 80 
6 Apr. 79 

18 Dec. 78 

19 Septe- 
ts Apr. 79 
9 Apr. 81 

19 Sept. 7 
17 May 8. 

1 Sept. 70 
14 June 77 

1 Sept. 78 
30 July 79 
22 Oct. 81 

1 Dec. 9c 
30 July 79 
30 July 79 
30 July 79 
30 July 79 

4 June 77 



Walter Henry Duffin, Major, Lancaster Regiment 22 Jan. 79(27 Dec. 80 

Edward F. H. M'Swiney, Captain, Indian Staff Corps 22 Jan. 79! 4 Oct. 79 



CAPTAIN. 

ii Dec. 88 
16 Jan. 85 
18 Aug. 85 
24 Aug. 83 
6 Nov. So 

18 Nov. 86 
9 Mar. 87 

13 Apr. 87 

20 July 8 
10 Aug. 8 

1 Oct. 87 

3 Oct. 87 

26 Oct. 87 

19 Dec. 87 
19 Mar. 88 
25 July 88 

9 Dec. 88 

21 July 89 
31 Jan. 90 

8 Apr. 90 

16 July 90 

28 Mar. 89 
28 Apr. S 4 
24 Apr. 85 
12 Feb. 8y 
75 Aug. 85 

2 Sept. 87 
21 Sept. 87 
21 Sept. 87 
21 Sept.87 

27 Sept.87 
21 Sept.87 

6 May 89 
24 Nov. So 

1 July 87 

4 May 92 
30 Dec. 03 

3 May in 

14 Jan. 

2 Dec. 91 
6 Nov. 9 

20 Dec. 96 

Jan. 86 

21 Sept. 87 
21 Sept 

1 Sept.87 

1 Apr. 86 

10 Jan. 88 
27 Jan. 91 

15 June 86 
1 Oct. 87 

16 Apr. 94 

20 Feb. __ 
5 May b6 

:i Sept.87 

30 Mar. _ 
9 May 86 

21 Sept.87 

31 Dec. 87 

1 Dec. 86 

2 Mar. 91 
15 June 86 
14 June 88 
31 Dec. 86 
28 Sept.87 

1 Apr. 89 

21 Apr. 97 

Oct. 87 



1 Apr. 97 
3 Apr. 97/ 
3 Apr. 97 
3 Apr. 97 
3 Apr. 9 
3 Apr. 97 
3 Apr. 97 
3 Apr. 97 
3 Apr. 97 
3 Apr. 97 
3 Apr. 97 
3 Apr. 97 
3 Apr. 97 
3 Apr. 97 
3 Apr. 97 
3 Apr. 97 
3 Apr. 97 
3 Apr. 97 
3 Apr. 97 
3 Apr. 97 

3 Apr. 97 

4 Apr. 97 



WHEN 
PLACEnoN. 
HALF PAX. 



Charles de Winton, Major, Hampshire Regiment. 
Edward Plowden Archer Tawney, Major, Royal Artillery... 
Archer Lloyd Marischal Turner, Maior, Royal Artillery 

George Richard T.yrell Rundle, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Edward Fane Goold-Adams, Major, Royal Artillery 
KennethJMackenzie Foss, Major, Indian Staff Corps 



Villiers Edward Hunt, Major, ; Yorkshire Light InL (103 F, 
p.s.c. Harold Arthur Sandbach Barkworth, Major, V 

Border Regiment . j 

Samuel Wellington Lane, Major, Royal Artillery 

Valentine Aug. Milman Fowler, Major, Liverpool Regt 13 Au 

p.s.c: Edward Hugh Griffith, Major', Leicester Regiment 

Charles Pears Fendall, DSO. Major, Royal Artillery 

John Lewes, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Henry Hinde. Ma jor, Royal Engineers 

Richard Alfred Poer O'Shee, Captain, Royal Engineers ii6 Feb. 87 



79! 
1 Aug. 80 1 1 July £ 1 

130 July 70 

3° Juiy 79 

3° July 79 

J30 July 79 

14 June 77 



1 Oct. 8 
r Oct. 
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1 Feb. 

2 Jan. 
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1 Oct. 
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14 June 



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7 Apr. 97 
7 Apr. 97 

7 Apr.. 97 

8 Apr. 97 
8 Apr. 97 
8 Apr. 97 
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8 Apr. 97 
8 Apr. 97 
4 Apr. 97 

15 Apr. 97 
25 Apr. 97 
1 May 97 
1 May 97 
r May 97 
3 May 97 
8 May 97 
8 May 97 
8 May 97 

8 May 97 
12 May 97 
18 May 97 
18 May 97 

18 May 97 

19 May 97 
19 May 97 

9 May 97 
21 May 97 
25 May 97 

25 May 97 

25 May 97 

26 May 97 

2 J une 9 7 

3 June 97 

4 June 97 
6 June 97 
9 June 97 

12 June 97 
12 June 97 
14 June 97 
14 June97 
16 Jane 97 
16 June 97 
16 June 97, 
16 June 97 
8 Jiiue 97 
8 June 97 

5 June 97 
18 June 97 
24 June 97 
26 June 97 
26 June 97 
30 June 97 

3 July 97 
3 July 97, 
3 July 97 
3 July 97 
3 July 97 
5 July 97 



30 Nov. 76] 10 Jan. 85 
30 Nov. 76 15 Dec. 86 7 July 97 
30 July 79I 1 Oct. 87 13 July 97 
79I 7 July So'27 Jan. 85 14, July 97 
30 Jan. 7823 Dec. 79I 1 Sept. 85 17 July 97 
30 July 79 2 Oct. 87 21 July 97 
30 July 7y' 12 Oct. 87 21 July 97 
78 Dec. 7S! 1 Apr. 89J21 July 97 
16 Feb. 90*27 July 97J22 July 97 



Bryce Stewart, Major, Munster Fusiliers' .'.'.'.."; 6 Aug. 79 77 Apr. 80 3 July BjlajJuily 97 



72 



Majors. 



Harry Reginald Lockyer Pym, Major, R. Marine Artillery 

Dudley Aeland Mills, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Fiederick Williains, Major, Minister Fusiliers 

Lewis Loyd Nicol, Major, Rifle. Brigade 

Francis Macleod Hastings Marshall, Major, W. Riding] 

Regiment (33 F.) j 

Henry John Wright Guise, Major, Liverpool Regiment 

William Sydney Gumming, Major, Royal Marines 

Francis Jolliffe Raitt, Major, Royal Marines 

Arthur Havelock James Doyle, Major, Shropshire Light) 

Infantry (85 F.) .' J 

Arthur Vincent Dowdall FitzGerald, Major, Royal Scots ... 
Francis Montagu Beaumont, Major, King's R. Rifles (60 F.) 

Richard Harman, DSO. Captain, Indian Stall' Corps 

John Winn, Major, Royal Engineers 

Sidney Gerald Burrard, Major, Royal Engineers 

Saumarez Frederick Grosvenor, Major, York and Lan-} 

caster Regiment (84 F.) ! J 

Thomas Robert Harkness, Major, Royal Artillery 

Julian Arthur Labalmondiere, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Penrice Langley, Major, Royal Artillery 

Lionel Forde, Major. Royal Artillery 

John Henry Abbot Anderson, Major, Manchester Regiment 
Francis William Galbraith Tothill, Major, Royal Artillei-3' 

Stephen Francis Biddulph, Major, Indian Staff' Corps 

Thomas HenryDesVoeuxWilkinson.DSO.i/u/oc.Rifle Brigade 

Eden Vansittart, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Frank Lewis Jones, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Arthur William Forbes, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

•George Arthur Welman, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Charles William Westbrooke Burton, Major, Indian S.C.... 

■John Maxwell Carpenda'.e, Major. Indian Staff Corps 

Maurice Morgan Morris, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Colquhoun Grant Morrison, Major, 1 Dragoons 

p.a.a. Henry R. B. Donne, Major, Norfolk Regiment 

Frank Seymour Derham, Major, East Lanes. Regt. {30 F .); 

Charles Davis Guinness, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Digby Wallmgton, Major, LancashireFusiliers .. 

George Osborn, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. George Duff Baker, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Kelly Evans Johnston, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Cameron Fitzgerald Somerville,.l/iy'oi-,Lancs.Regt. 

William Frederick Cockburn, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Clarence Grant Taylor, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis Henry Kelly, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Somerset King, Major, Royal Engineers 

•Clement Alfred Rigby Browne, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Beauchamp Stansfeld, Major, West India Regiment 
William Leonard Addington, Major, West Surrey Regiment 

George Augustus Ivatt, Major, Lincolnshire Regiment 

Walter Russell, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Sidney Smith Harvest, Major, Royal Marines 

Douglas Gordon Princep, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Edward Weigall, Major, Royal Artillery 

.Stanley Breuton Von Donop, Major, Royal Artillery 

Alexander Hamiltoo-Gordon, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Augustus Carleton, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Charles Harry Innes Hopkins) Major, Scottish Rifles 

Vivian Waldegrave Hall Graham, 'Major, Suffolk Regiment. 
AVilliam James Knowles Dobbin, Major, Indian Staff Corps. 

•Charles Fulford Grantham, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Victor Arthur Couper, Major, Rifle Brigade 

p.s.c. Henry William Denrie-Denne, Major, Gordon 'Hldrs. 
Edward riuncombe Henry Buckley, Major, Royal Artillery. 

Bryan Thomas Mahon, DSO, Major, 8 Hussars 

Hervey Sandby Mayhew, Major, Border Regiment 

Frederick Vaughan Jeffreys, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Richard Mackey O'Brien, Major, East Lanes. Regt. 
William Augustus Lane-Fox-Pitt, Major, Grenadier Guards 

Louis Samuel Hyde Baker, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

George Charles Atkinson, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

George Daniel Chamier, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Bradley Roberts, Major. Royal Engineers 

Henry Elston, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Robert George Iremonger, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Herbert Edward Porter, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

.Stephen Flockton Charles, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers 

John Bernard, Major, Royal Marines 

William George Wild, Major, Hampshire Regiment 

Lionel Edmund Lushington, Major, Dorsetshire Regiment 

Ernest Townshend, Major. Royal Engineers 

Philip John Ribton Crampton, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Yorke Foster, Major, Royal Artillery 

Gilbert Edward Bryant, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Thomas David Pilcher, Major, Northumberland Fus. 
Edmund William Dashwood, Major, Northumberland Fus. 

John Weston Parsons Peters, Major, 7 Dragoon Guards 

Edward Joshua Cooper. Major, Royal Fusiliers 

p.s.c. Arthur Edmund Sandbach, Major, Royal Engineers .. 
Almond Paul Westlake, DSO, Major, Indian Staff Corps ... 
Win. Charles Henry Mackintosh, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Hon. Rupert TyrwniT.t, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frederick Ivor Maxse, Major, Coldstream Guards 



2ndtiEUT. 



S Aug. 79 
! Feb. 79 

. May 78 

I Aug. 79 



LIEUT. 

Sept. 78 
Dec. 78 
July 80 
June 81 



12 Jan. 81 



25 



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9 July 79 1 , 
11 Aug. 80 

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Aug. So 
Sept. 78 
Sept. 79 

July 80 

July 81 
July 81 
Aug, 36 
Apr. 79 
Apr. 79 

30 Jan. 78 29 Apr. 79 

30 July 79 
July 79 
July 79 
July 79 
June 79 
July 79 
Nov. 79 
July 81 
Sept.77 
Sept. 77 
Sept.77 
Sept.77 
Sept.77 
Sept.77 
July 79 
June Si 
July 81 
July So 
i'eb. 80 
Oct. 76 
Feb. 80 
Feb. 80 
Feb. 80 
July 81 
Feb. 80 
Feb. So 
Apr. 79 
Apr. 79 
Apr. 79 
Apr. S3 
Mar. 81 
Feb. 79 
Apr. 79 
Sept. 79 
Feb. 80 
Feb. 8c 
Feb. 80 
Feb. So 
Oct. 77 
Apr. 79 
July Si 
Feb. 80 
Nov. 78 
July Si 
Mar. 81 
Feb. £0 
Jan. 83 
July isi 
Apr. 79 
Sept. 80 
July 81 
Oct. 77 
Oct. 77 
Feb. So 
Apr. 79 
Nov. 77 
Nov. 77 
Nov. 77 
July 80 
Sept. 79 
July 8! 
July 81 
Apr. 79 
Feb. So 
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Feb. 80 
Jan. 81 
July 81 
May 85 
Sept. 78 
Apr. 79 
Nov. 77 
Nov. 77 
July 79 
Sept. 82 



12 Sept. 87 26 
1 Apr. 89^27 

12 Aug. 87 28 
9 Mar. 90^3 

6 Oct. 86 



July 97 
July 97 
July 97 
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jijjj . uu i ,. Aug. 97 

. Sept. 86: 14 Aug. 97 

2 Jan. 89 17 Aug. 97 



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20 Sept.86ji4 



21 June 85 19 

10 July 88 21 
17 Jan. 90 21 



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24 Feb. 86 
'25 Oct. 87 

25 Oct. 37J 1 
29 Oct. 87 1 
29 Oct. 87! 1 
12 Oct. 87,1 2 
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5 Sept. 88 1 5 
14 Mar. 90 
10 Sept. 8S 

10 Sept. 83 

11 Sept. 83 . t 
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21 Dec. 87115 
27 Mar. 89US 

1 May 8 
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Aug. 80 
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23 Oct. 80 



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: Feb. 79 



22 Jan. 79 



; Oct. So 
I Aug. 79 



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21 Jan. 88 

31 Jan. 38 

j 1 May 88 

1 Feb. 88 

1 Feb. 88 

1 Apr. 89 

1 Apr. 89 

1 Apr. 80 

14 Sept. 9. 

27 June 83 

13 May 85 

1 Apr. 89 

8 Feb. 89 
1 Mar. 88 
1 Mar. 88 
1 Apr. 88 

1 Apr. 88 

9 Oct. 88 

2 Jan. 86 
1 Sept, 

13 Oct. 00 : 
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9 Apr, 90! 15 
1 July 87] 19 
1 Apr. SS'19 
19 Apr. 88J19 
1- May 89 '20 
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26 Oct. 
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WHEN 
PLACEBOS 
HALF PAT. 



Majors. 



73-96 



Arthur Fuller-Acland-Hood, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Charles Clarke, Major, Royal Marines 

Ernest Carbonaio, Major, Indian Staff Corps 

Robert Franklin Allen, Major, Royal Engineers 

Fortescue John Nason, Major, Scottish Rifles 

Percy Thuillier Westmorland. Major. VV. India Regiment 

John Flint, Major, 1 Dragoon Guards 

Francis Edward Ryde, Major, West India Regiment 

Alfred Stokes, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Tinker, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Elliot, Major, Royal Artillery 

Colebrooke de Jersey, Major, Royal Artillery 



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8 Feb. 89 


6 Dec. 9^ 




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19 Dec. 88 19 Dec. 97 




6 Apr. 79 


1 Apr. 89 19 Dec. 97 




1 July 81 


17 May 86 22 Dec. 97 




9 Sept. 82 


28 Aug. 8g'22 Dec. 97 




2 July 84 


16 Oct. 91 22 Dec. 97 




6 Feb. 84 


9 Nov. 91-22 Dec. 97 




18 Feb. 80 


25 Apr. 88)25 Dec. 97 




18 Feb. 80 


12 May 88:25 Dec. 97 




18 Feb. 80 


8 June £8 2s Dec. 07 




18 Fob. 3o 


26 June 88 


25 Dec. 97 





War Services of the Majors not belonging to Hegiments or Corps. 
[For the War Services of other Majors, vide their respective Regiments or Corps.] 
1 Major G. F. C. Mackenzie served with the 1st Battalion 12th Foot in tho Afghan war in 1879-S0 (Medal). 



97 STAFF AT HOME. 

Note. — Throughout tbe Staff, whore 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. 

1. NORTH EASTERN DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, York. 

Majoe General Commanding Major General B. T. Thynne, CB. i Oct. 94. 

Aide de Camp Major the lion. 0. V. G. A. Lurnley, 11 Hussars, 1 Oct. 94. 

Commanding B. Art. (Colonel on the Staf)... Colonel J. B. Slade, CB. 24 Aug. 97. 
Commanding B. Enq. (Colonel on the Staff).. Colonel A. de V. Brooke, 6 Nov. 94. 
... . ... . .' „ , C Colonel G. M. Fox (from h.p. Black Watch), 22 Sept. 97. 

Assistant Ad/utant Generals (. ColcnelW. A. Dunne. C3. (from A. S. Corps),2 4 Fen. 97 (31 Dec.92). 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Captain W. M. Jfarter, 1 Dragoon Guards, 16 Mar. 97. 

Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. for Instruction p.s.c. Major H. J. Evans. Liverpool Begiment, 13 "Nov. 97. 

District Inspector of Musketry Captain J. H. Ansley, North Lancashire Regiment, 24 Feb. 96. 

t> -I.- a jr /-i<r tm tt\ ("Captain F. C. K. Hunter, S. Wales Borderers, 5 Apr. 97. Leeds. 

Recruiting Staff Officer (Class II.) 1 ^^ w _ G ^.^ L i nco lriskire R egi ment, 13 Dec. 97. 

Staff Captain, Itoyal Artillery p.s.c. Captain D. J. M. Fasson, 22 Nov. 96. 

Commanding Militia and Volunteer Artillery Colonel J. M. Tabor. Scarborough. 

■Chief Ordnance Officer Lt. Colonel T. Heron, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Chief Paymaster P. D. Costa. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon Colonel W. D. "Wilson, MB. 

2. NORTH WESTERN DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Chester. 

Hajoe General Commanding Major General L. V. Swaine, CB. CM-G. 17 Oct. 96 (1 Mar. 96). 

Aide de Camp Major A. Fuller- Acland-Hood, Bifle Brigade, 17 Oct.56 (12 Mar. 96). 

Commanding Boyal Artillery Colonel A. J. Dunnage. Seaforth. 

Commanding B. Ping. (Colonel on the Staff)... Colonel J. W. Savage, 9 Oct. 96". 

Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Col.G. Barton, CB. (from h.p. R. Fus), t Apr. 97 (:6Feb.9s). 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals (£•.*£ ??**?& ¥ »' S^T^i nTf Begiment, 14 Aug. 97. 

r " ( Lt.Colonel M. E. R. Rainsford, CB. Army Service Corps. 1 Apr. 97. 

District Inspector of Musketry Major W. P. Campbell, King's Boyal Bines, 1 Jan. 96. 

'Lt.Colonel G. F. De B. Davidson (from h.p. Royal Highlanders), 



1 Lt.Colonel G. F. De B. Da 

bruiting Staff Officers (Class I.) L^do^f G^ LeaS 

V. 16 Dec. 96, Manchester 



Colonel G. H. Leathern (from h.p. East Surrey Begiment), 
.6 Dec. 96, Manchester. 

Becruiting Staff Officer (Class II.) Captain L. H. Prioleau, Manchester Begt., 1 Apr. 97. Liverpool. 

Staff Captain, Boyal Artillery ._ p.s.c. Captain R. A. K. Montgomery, 16 Nov. 95. 

Commanding Militia and Volunteer Artillery Lt.Colonel A. J. Dunnage. 

•Chief Ordnance Officer Major B. T. H. Law, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Chief Paymaster W. L. Barr. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon' Colonel J. H. Hughes, MD. 

3. EASTERN DISTRICT— Head Quarters, Colchester. 

Major General Commanding p.s.c. Major General C. J. Burnett, CB. 1 Jan. 96. 

Aide de Camp Captain F. J. H. Bell, Irish Bifles, 5 Jan. 06. 

Colonel on the Staff (for Cavalry Brigade) ... Colonel J. B. B. Dickson, CB. 1 May 97.' 

Commanding B. Art. (Colonel on the Staff)... Colonel C. AV. Thomson, 8 Dec. 95 (4 Feb. 95). 

Commanding B. Bug. (Colonel on the Staff) Colonel B. H. Jelf, 3 Sept. 97. 

Assistant Adjutant General jo.s.t-.ColonelA.W. Morris (from h.p. NorthamptonRegt.), 18 Mayg6 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals { Lt . Co l. C. H. Bridge, CB. Army Sew. Corps, 1 Mar. 97 ("- May 90). 

Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. for Instruction Captain J. F. Cadell, Royal Artillery, 22 Nov. 97. 

District Inspector of Musketry Major G. Cockburn, Bifle Brigade, 14 July g5. 

Staff Captain, Boyal Artillery p.s.c. Captain H. L. Tennarit, t6 Sept. 97. 

Commanding Militia and Volunteer Artillery Lt.Colonel F. A. Aylmer. Great Yarmouth. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Major T. P. Battersby, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Chief Paymaster R.O. Bichmond. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon Colonel J. Maturin. 

4. WESTERN DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Devonport. 

t ,-„„„„., r„„,r.^T W ,- f Lieut. General Sir F. W. E. F. Forestier-Walker, KCB. CMG. 

JLieheenant Geneeal Commanding -, 1 Nov 0- 

, . , , „ 3 Captain Y. St. J. Hughes, South Wales Borderers, i3 Nov. 05. 

Aides de Camp (Lieut. E. N. W. Larking, S cots Guards, 20 Mar. 97. 

Commanding B. Art. {Colonel on the Staff).., p.s.c. Colonel N. L. Walford, 21 June 97. 
Commanding E. Bug. (CvloneV.on the Staff)... Uffi p.s.c. Colonel M. S. Bell, CB. 6 Nov. 94. 

Colonel on the Staff (for Severn Defences and j Co]onel T R D (f p Art.) ,13 June 96. Pembroke Dock. 

Milford Haven) i J 

... ... . ,~ 7 ("jd.s.c. Colonel W. S. Cooke (from h.p. Cheshire Begt.), 29 Dec. 03. 

Assistant Adjutant General £ Colonel W. D. Richardson, CB, Army Service Corps, 24 Feb. 97. 

Assist. Adj. Gen. for Instruction p.s.c. Colonel G. Poignand (from h.p. Leinster Regt.). 1 July 95. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General jj(£ p.s.c. Captain H. Lysons, Scottish Bifles, 15 Nov. 95. 

SHistrict Inspector of Musketry p.s.c. Major C. H. Gordon, East Kent Begiment, 2 Aug. 95. 

Brigade Major, Boyal Artillery p.s.c. Captain N. W. H. Du Boulay, 29 Sept. 96. 

Commanding Militia and Volunteer Artillery Lt.Colonel G. B. Allen. Cardiff. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Colonel F. E. Mulcahy, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Chief Paymaster T. P. Senior, CB. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon Major General J. B. Hamilton, MD. 

5. SOUTHERN DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Portsmouth. 

Lieutenant Genebal Commanding General John Davis, CB. 9 Nov. 93. 

_ /Captain J. Shawe-Taylor, Cheshire Begiment, 9 Jan. 94. 

Aides de Camp j Major C. M. Sumner, S. Lancashire Regiment, 3 Feb. 94. 

Cemmanding B. Art. (Major Gen. on the Staff) Major General R. MacGregor Stewart, CB. 4 Nov. 97. 
Commanding B. Eng. (Colonel on the Staff) ... Colonel F. Masoall, 20 Apr. 96. 

(■Colonel J. H. Luye (from h.p. Scottish Bifles), 8 Nov. 95. 
Assistant Adjutant Generals ip.s.c. Col. R. Au!d(from h.p. Northum.Fus.),zApr.97 UiAug^), 

CCol. W. Creagh (Irom h.p. 7 Dragoon Gds.), 5 Aug. 97. IVetley. 

(p.s.c. Major H. C. Surtees, Coldstream Guards, 1 July 97. 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals -2 Lt.Col. H. G. Bice, Army Serv. Corps, 13 Nov.l97. [(15 Sept.95). 

(.Lt.Colonel J. Stacpole(from h.p. Army Service Corps), 13 Nov. 95. 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant General <f Deputy > M ; R 3.Williams,Somerset Light Inf.!6 July 93(15 Dec. 93). 

Assist. Adj. Gen. for Instruction jr ■> " J ™ 3 V * J 

District Inspector of Musketry Captain B. St. J. Le Marchant, V\ est Ridmg Begiment, 5 Sept.95. 

Brigade Major, Boyal Artillery p.s.c. Major E. J. Granet, 18 Aug. 96. 

Commanding Militia and Volunteer Artillery Lt.Colonel C. J. Blake. Gosport. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Colonel D. D. T. O'Callaghan, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Chief Paymaster W. Hughes. 

Principal Medical Officer , Surgeon Major General C. M D. Cnffe, CB. 



Staff at Home. 98 

Quartet- Master and Acting Adjt., Invalid Depot "William Henry Hirst, 1 1 April 85; Hon. Capt. 1 Apr. 95. Netley. 
Comm. Discharge Depot, Fort Brockhurst ,Gosport Li. Col. S. J. M. Jopp (from h.p. Northampton Regt.), 21 Oct. 96. 

Adjutant Captain A. J. Mitchell, Lancashire Fusiliers, 30 Jane 95. 

Fat/master Staff Paymaster S. Churchill. 

Quarter Master William Neate, 7 May 84 ; Son. Captain, 7 May 94. 

1 Lieut. Hirst served in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, and Khedive's Star). 

6. THAMES DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Chatham. 

Major General Commanding - Major General Sir C. "Warren, GCMG. KCB. R. Eng. 1 May 95. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. A. F. Sargeant, Royal Engineers. 

Commanding E. Art. (Colonel on the Staff) ... Colonel F. F. Ditmas, 4 Nov. 9b. 
Commanding E. Eng (Colonel on the Staff) ... Colonel J. Fellowes. 9 Apr. 96. 

Assistant Adjutant General p.s.e. Colonel A. E. W. Goldsmid (from h.p. Regtl. Dist.) 1 Apr. 97. ' 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Lt. Colonel A. G. Hipwell, Army Service Corps, 23 Feb. 95. 

Staff Captain, Bot/al Artillery Captain F. H. F. R. M'Meekan, Royal Artillery, 27 May 97. 

Commanding Militia and Volunteer Artillery Lt. Colonel F. T. M. Beaver. Woolwich. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Major G. J. Butcher, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Staff Paymaster J. B. T. Newbury. 

Senior Medical Officer .. Surgeon Colonel R. B. Ferguson. 

7. SOUTH EASTERN DISTRICT.— Head Quarters , Dover. 

Kajoe General Commanding Major General Sir W. F. Butler, KCjs. 24 Feb. 96. 

Aide de Camp '. Captain M. J. Sweetinan, East Yorkshire Regiment, 1 Mar. 96. 

Major General on the Staff Major General E. A. Wood, CB. 1 Jan. 95. Shorncliffe. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. A. V. L. Wood, 5 Lancers, 5 Mar. 95. 

Colonel on the Staff (jor Cavalry Brigade) ... Col. J. D. P. French (from h.p. 19 Hussars), iMay 97. Canterbury, 

Commanding E. Art. (Colonel on the Staff) ... Colonel E. Clayton, 5 June 96. 

Commanding E. Eng. (Colonel on the Staff) ... Colonel H. P. Kirkwood, 31 Dec. go. 

Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Colonel J. Spence (from h.p. Yorkshire Lt. Inf.), 28 Dec. 93. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Lt. Colonel B. He.ygate, Army Service Corps, 1 Jan. 95. 

Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. for Instruction Captain L. E. Kiggell, Warwickshire Regiment, 1 Dec. 97. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Major R. B. Gaisford, Scots Fus. 11 July 96. Shorncliffe. 

Brigade Major, Boyal Artillery p.s.c. Major W. G. Massy, 1 Oct. 97. 

District Inspector of Musketry Major E. H. Molyneux-Seel, Liverpool Regiment, 5 Jan. 96. 

Commanding Militia and Volunteer Artillery Lt.Colonel J. V. V. Baker. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt.Colonel "W. G. Collingwood, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Chief Paymaster "W. B. Wade. 

Principal Me dical Officer Surgeon Colonel H. Comerford. MP. 

8. HOME DISTRICT. — Head Quarters, Horse Quards. ~ 

Kajor General Commanding Major General H. Trotter, 16 July 97. 

Aide de Camp Captain J. H. R. Bailey, Grenadier Guards, 16 July 97. 

Commanding E. Eng. (Colonel on the Staff) ... Colonel S. Waller. 7 July 97. 

Assistant Adjutant General Colonel W. H.Mackinnon(fromh.p. Grenadier Guards), 26|July96"' 1 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals {Lt.Colonel E. W. D. Ward, CB. Army Service Corps, 1 May 93. 

Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. for Instruction p.s.c. Major Son. A.. H. Henniker-Major.Coldstream Gds. 23 July 96. 

Brigade Major ... p.s.c. Captain F. S. Maude, Coldstream Guards, 1 Jan. 97. 

District Inspector of Musketry Captain J. G. Mayoe, Iuniskilling Fusiliers, 1 Jan. 95. 

Commanding Militia and Volunteer Artillery ... Lt.Colonel F. T. M. Beaver. Woolwich. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Major P. G. Parkinson, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Chief Paymaster J. G. Hamilton. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon Colonel T. O'Farrell, MD. 

Chief Eecruiting Staff Officer Colonel H.Moore (from h.p. Lancaster Regt.), 1 Feb. 97. 

t> ■<• c.ij>/,« im rr\ f Major J. C. A. Walker, 2 Dragoon Guards, 12 May 96. 

Eecruiting Staff Officer (Class II.) | Major H. W. Rowden, Wiltshire Kegiment, 20 Mar. 97. 

Paymasferfor Eecruiting Duties Staff Paymaster W. C. Kennedy. 

( Deputy Surgeon General W. G. Don, MD. retired pay. 
,, ,. , ~,~ „ .,, ... t, .• J JW Brigade Surgeon W. Temple, MB. retired pay. 

Medvcal Officers for Eecruiting Duties Brigade Surgeon Lt.Colonel G. W. M'Nalty, MD. retired pay. 

j Brigade Surgeon J. Hector, MB. reti red pay. 

9. WOOLWICH DISTRICT. 

Uajob General Commanding p.s.c. Major General J. F. Maurice, CB. R. Artillery, 8 Dec. 95, 

Aide de Camp Lieut. F. B. Maurice, Derbyshire Regiment, 1 June 96. 

Col. on the Staff (Com. Eoyal Artillery) Colonel R. D. E. Lockhart, 22 May 94. 

Commanding Eoyal Engineer Lt.Colonel W. G. Du Uoulav. 

Assistant Adjutant General Colonel F. G. Slade, CB. Royal Artillery, 28 May 93. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Lt.Colonel F. E. Stevens, Army Service Corps, 14 Jan. 97. 

Brigade Major Eoyal Artillery p.s.c. Major H. V. Cowan, 2S May 97. 

Commanding Militia and Volunteer Artillery Lt.Colonel F. T. M. Beaver. 

District Paymaster Chief Paymaster H. W. Bateman. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon Colonel R. P. Ferguson. 

District Veterinary Officer Veterinary Lt.Colonel J. Kettle. 

Kecruiting Staff Officer (Class I.) {^May^s?" WoZm ^ h ' P " Northumberlanii Fusiliers). 

Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. (for Supply Eeseroes) LtTCol. W. Dunne, A. S. Corps, 3 Nov. 97. Woolwich Dockyard. 
Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. for Transport Duties) Lt.Colonel G. Stanley, A. S. Corps, 14 Jan. 97. Woolwich Arsenal. 

Dep.Assist.Adj.Gen. (for Supply Inspection) ( Ca £ tai , n ?i^ ¥* g i Army Service Cor P s > T 3u] y 97 U July 94). 

1 ' ( yvoofttich Docki/nrd. 

10. ALDERSHOT DISTRICT. . 



,,„,.„.„„,„ THF Division [General S.E.S. the Duke of Connaught, KG. KT. KP. GCSI. 

Commanding the Division ^ GCMG. GCIE. GCVO. KCB. Rifle Brigade, 9 Oct. 93. 

(■Captain E. W. Blunt, Royal Artillery, 1 June 95. 
Aides de Camp J. Captain M. M'Neill, 4 Dragoon Guards, 26 Nov. 96. 

( Lieut, the Master of Ruthven, Scots Guards (extra). 
Deputy Adjutant General { c ° 1 ^ ^'I'-'Coke (from h.p. King's Own Scottish Borderers), 

Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c.Col.H. S. G. Miles. J/ T"0.(fromh.p.MunsterFus.),29Sept.93, 

( jo.s.e.Bt.Lt. Col. E. A. H. Alderson, West Kent Regt. 1 Sep.97. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals I p.s.c. Captain Hon. J. H. G. Byng, 10 Hussars, 21 Oct. 97. 

LLC. Colonel R. A. Nugent, CB. Army Service Corps, 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals und Deputy f Lt.Colonel C. W. E. Douglas (from h.p. Gordon Highlanders). 

Assist. Adj. Gens, for Instruction ") J °"-95- 1TT -,__, ._,„_ X>J 

J Lp.s.c. Bt. Lt.Col. H. C. O. Plumer, York & Lane. Rsgt. 5 Mar. 97. 

Inspector of Gymnasia . . (Lt.Colonel Son. J. S. Napier (from Gordon Highlaoders), 

" I 12 Feb. 97. 



99 Staff at Hume. 

Assistant Inspector of Gymnasia Captain W. Edgeworth-Johnstone, Irish Regiment, i Aug. 95. 

Inspector of Signalling p.s.c. Lt.Golonel C. Kennedy (from h.p. Suffolk Regt.), 1 Jan. 94. 

Assistant Inspector of Signalling Major E. Rhodes, DSO. Berkshire Regiment, 1 .Ian. 95. 

Superintendent Balloon Factory Colonel J. L. B. Templer, 7 Bn. King's Royal Rifles, 1 Apr. 87. 

District Inspector of Musketry Major G. Frend, Northumberland Fusiliers, 1 Jan. 06. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Colonel F. G. Wintle. DSO. Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Chief Paymaster W. M. Playfair. 

- Principal Medical Officer Surgeon Major General T. F. O'Dwyer, MD. 

District Veterinary Officer Veterinary Lt.Colonel J. Reilly. 

Camp Quarter Master John Thomas Brind, 20 July 91(24 Jan. 80); Hon. Major, 20 Julygt. 

Quarter Master ... J. H. George, S Apr. 96 ; Hon. Lieut. 

Provost Marshal $ John Lindas Emerson, Military Mounted Police Corps, 31 Aug. 94; 
(. Hon. Major. 19 Sept. 95. 

Professor Army Veterinary School Veterinary Captain R. Moore, 1 Dec. 97. 

Assistant Professor Army Veterinary School Veterinary Captain J. A. Meredith, j June 97. 

Coidusdisg Royal Artillery (with rank of) ,-, , , ^ tt „ , „ ^ . 

Major General) . j Cclonel G. H. Marshall, 11 Oct. 97. 

Brigade Major of Artillery p.s.c. Major H. B. Jeffreys, 27 Feh. 96. 

Commanding RoriL Engineee (Col. on Stajf)... Colonel Sir A. W. Mackworth, Bart., CB. 1 Apr. 94. 

Cavalry Brigade. 

CowKXT>ixGB a iGJ.T>*(u>ithrankofMai.General)l Col ™ e r l Ho "- R ' A ' J - Talbot - CB - <from h "P- ' Life Guards!, 
1 J ■' ) 13 May 96. 

Aide de Camp Captain G. P. Ellison, 9 Lancers, 13 May 96. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Major R. C. Cokayne-Frith, 15 Hussars, 13 June ;6. 

1st Infantry Brigade. 

Commanding Brigade (with rank of Major Gen.) (*■«•«■ Colonel A JTitzroy Hart, CB. (from h.p. East Surrey 
v ■> ■' 'I Regiment), 1 Dec. 97. 

Aide de Camp Captain Hon. St. L. H. Jervis, King's Royal Rifles. 

Brigade Major _.- p.s.c. Major T. D'O. Snow, Inniskilling Fusiliers, 2gMay95. 

2nd Infantry Brigade. 

Commanding Brigade JIajor General W. O. Barnard, 30 Nov. 96. 

Aide de Camp Captain H. F. Pakenham, King's Royal Rifles, 30 Jan. 97. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Captain fi. H. Wilson, Rifle Brigade, 1 Sept. 97. 

3rd Infantry Brigade. 

Commanding Brigade (withranJc of Maj. General) {"■"■ Colonel William F. Gatacre, CB.DSO. (from h.p. Middlesex 

C rtegt.^, 10 Aug. 97. 

Aide de Camp 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Capt. Siril. S. Rawlinson, Bart. Coldstream Gds. 19 Nov. 95. 

11. SCOTTISH DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Edinburgh. 
Lieut.General Commanding p.s.c. General E. F. Chapman, CB. Royal Artillery, 6 May 96. 

Aides de Camp (.Lieut. R.N. Smyth, 21 Lancers, 12 Aug. 06. 

Assistant Adjutant General Colonel E. L. Street (from h.p. Regimental District!, 17 Apr. 04. 

Deputy Assistant Adiutant General Lt. Colonel S. H. Winter, Army Service Corps, 1 July 96. 

Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. and also for Instruction ... p.s.c. Captain W. J. Bonus, Dorsetshire Regiment, 23 July 95. 

District Inspector of Musketry Capt. M. G. Wilkinson, King's Own Scottish Brdrs., 26 Oct. 97. 

f Major J. llitchell-Innes, Highland Lt. Inf. 6 Aug. 95. Edinhurah. 

Recruiting Staff Officers (Class II.) t Captain D. J. Hamilton, Royal Fusiliers, x Sept. 97. Glasgow. 

Cnmmar.iina Eoyal Artillery (Colonel on the Staff) Colonel H. W. Rooke, 8 Dec. 95. 

Staff Captain Royal Artillery r Captain E. Pollock, 13 Jan. 96. 

Commanding Boyal Engineer (Colonel on the Staff) p.sc Colonel G. M' Donald, S Oct. 97. 

,.„:..,. , ir , , , ..„ .' Lt.Colonel H. C.M.Woods. Leith Fort. 

Commanding Militia and Volunteer Artillery | Lt.Colonel Hon. G. J. Playfair. Aberdeen. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Major R. W. M. Jackson, Army Ordnance Department. 

' District Paymaster Chief Paymaster E. Roberts. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon Colonel J. P. Rooney. 

12. JERSEY DISTRICT. 

Lieut. Governor and Commanding the Troops... Major General E. Hopton, CB. 9 May 95. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Major E. H. Griffith, Leicester Regt. 7 May 96. 

Commanding Boyal Artillery Major W. F. Cockburn. 

Commanding Boyal Engineer Lt.Colonel H. Dove. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Captain T. S. Marquis, South Wales Borderers. 

District Paymaster Staff Paymaster H. M. Caine. 

Senior Medical Officer Surgeon Lt.Colonel J. T. Carey, MB. 

13. GUERNSEY AND ALDERNEY DISTRICT. 

Lieut. Governor and Commanding the Troops Lt.General N. Stevenson. 16 Mar. 94. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Bt. Major B. R. Milfoid, East Surrey Regt., 28 Sept. 97. 

Commanding Boyal Artillery Major G. J. F. Talbot. 

Commanding Boyal Engineer Lt.Colonel F. J. Day. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt.Colonel L. F. Graham, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Staff Paymaster J. M. Sherrard. 

IRELAND. 

Lieutenant General & General Goveenor The Bight Hon. G. H. Earl Cadogan, KG. 

Aides de Camp. 



Capt. St. J. Meyrick, Gordon Highlanders, 30 July 95. 

Capt. Hon. M. O'Brien, Northumberland Fus. 30 July 93. 

Major Lord Athlumney, Kent Artillery, 22 Dec. 96. 

Captain Hon. G. O. Cadogan, 3 Bn. Suffolk Regiment. 

Captain Lord G. W.Montagu-Douglas- Scott, 10 Hussars, 
30 July 95 (extra). 

Lieut. Lord C. 0. Bentinck, 9 Lancers, 30 July 95 
(extra). 

Captain W. J. B. Van de Weyer, 3 Bn. Berkshire Regi- 
ment, 30 July 95 (extra). 



Captain Hon. W. Lambton, Coldstream Gds. 20 Aug. 95 
( sxtra) . 

Lieut.fioH.F. C. Stanley, Gren. Gds. 11 Feb. 96 (extra). 

2nd Lieut. Earl of Granard, 3 Bn. Gordon High- 
landers, 14 Dec. 96 (extra). 

Lieut. Sir J. Keane. Bart. tt. Artillery, 1 Ja-n.gT(extra). 

Capt. C. W. M. Fielden, 2 Dragoons, 23 Jan. 67 (extra)* 

Lieut. F. H. Wise, 13 Hussars, 24 Feb. 97 (extra). 



Staff at Home. roo 

COMMANDING TEE FORCES ( V *™® ^S^^hF^nlf hi?* WR^ Of,*™**"™* 

(. \V aterford, iP. (?Ci?. GCSl. GCtE. R. (Bengal) Arc. i Oct. 95. 

Assistant Military Secretary Major H. Streatfield, Grenadier Guards, 1 Oct. 9?. 

1 Lieut. Hon F. H. S. Roberts, King's Royal Ritles, 14 Dec. 95. 

Aides de Camp J Lieut. R. S. Chanlin, to Hussars, 5 Oct. 96. 

i Carjt. C. H. Lord Settrington, 3 Bn. Sussex Regt. 23 Oct. 95 (Son.) 

Deputy Adjutant General Colonel W. F. Kelly, CB. (from h.p. Sussex Regt.), 30 Oct. 94. 

Assistant Adjutant General j>.»o. Colonel E. J. Courtenay (from h.p. Sussex Regiment), 

J t 28 Oct. 94. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals f %■> ■«■ Captain E H. Hughes, York and Lancaster Regt. 2 5 Mar. 95. 

r ' ■' ^ Lt.Colonel S. J. Lea, Army Service Corps, 1 Nov. 97. 

District Inspector of Muikeirg Major S. J. Trench, West Riding Regiment, 1 Nov. 93. 

Deputy Assist. Adjutant General R. Artillery ... p.s.c. Maior F. J. A. Trench, 18 Oct. 95. 

Chief Engineer (Colonel on the Staff) Colonel C. F. C. Beresford. 

Dep. Assist. Adj. General, Royal Engineers p.s.c. Major G, F. Leverson, Royal Engineers, 19 Aug. 95. 

Deputy Judge Advocate 

Chief Ordnance Officer Colonel E. G. Skinner, CB. Army Ordnance Department. 

Chief Paymaster Chief Paymaster H. M. Compigne. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon Major General A. F. 1'reston, MB. 

District Veterinary Officer Veterinarv Lt Colonel C. Clayton. 

BELFAST DISTRICT. 

Commanding Bet,fasi Disteict Major General H. Le G. Geary, CB. Royal Artillery, 5 Sept. 95. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. A. B. Ritchie, Seaforrh High., 10 Sept. 95. [25 Sept. 96. 

Assistant Adjutant General Colonel G. E. Har'ey. CB. (from h.p. E. Kent Regt.l, 1 Dec. 97. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Captain E. C. Carter, Army Service Corps, u Dec. 97. 

Commanding Royal Artillery Colonel J. R. S. 0. Hewitt. Londonderry. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Lt.Colonel F. W. Bennet. 

Commanding Militia Artillery Colonel J. R. S. O. Hewitt. 

. Chief Ordnance Officer Captain C. K. Greene, East Kent Regiment. Ennislcillen. 

District Paymaster Staff Paymaster A. W. H. Gelston. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon Colonel W. Graves. 

DUBLIN DISTRICT. 

Commanding Dublin District p.s.c. Major General M. W. E. Gosset, CB. 21 Sept. 97. 

Aide de Camp 

Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Colonel H. C. B. Farrant (from h.p. N. Lanes. R.), : May 97. 

-r, t 1 ■ 1 t a i- t t r> 1 C Lt.Colonel L. A. Clutterbuck, Arrav Service C'rps, 24 Feb. 97. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals ) „ • , ^ T n , ,t\. 1 " t u 1.1, ti- 1 \t 

r * \p.s c. Major A. E. J. Cavendish, Arg. & Suth. High. 20 Nov. 97. 

Deputy Assist. Adjutant General for Instruction p.s.c. Lt.Colonel F. W. Benson (from, h.p. 17 A,aneers), 2 Feb. 95. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Lt.Colonel C. H. Bagot. 

Commanding Militia Artillery Colonel J. R. S. O. Hewitt. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt.Colonel H. T. Wyon, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Chief Paymaster H. M. Compigne. 

Recruiting Staff Officer (Class II.) Captain W. H. Dunlop. Irish Rifles, 1 Feb. 97. 

Medical Officer for Recruiting Duties Surgeon Major M. L. White, retired pay, 3 Oct. 88. 

CURRAGH DISTRICT. 

Commanding Cdrragh Brigade Major General B. A. Combe, CB. 13 May 96 (1 July 95). 

Aide de Camp Captain K. Combe, Royal Artillery, 18 Nov. 96. 

a ■ , f ij;„»,„i r.r,»T-nl (p.s.c. Colonel E. T. H. Hutton, CB. ((ram h.p. King's Royal 

Assistant Adjutant General j* R . flss) _ _ Mgy ^ (j6 Nqv gby * 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Major P. J. T. Lewis, Army Service Corps, 15 Oct. 9c. 

Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. for Instruction p.s.c. Captain W. K. W. .Tenner, 9 Lancers, 27 Aug. 96. 

Colonel on the Staff (for Cavalry Brigade) Colonel H. R. Visct. Downe, CIE. h.p. 10 Hussars. 

- Commanding Royal Artillery (Colonel on Staff) Colonel J. F. Brough, 22 Apr. 96. 

Brigade Major, Royal Artillery p.s.c. Captain L. H. Ducrot, 22 July 97. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Lt.Colonel G. A. Cockburn. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Captain T. W. Hale, Wiltshire Regiment. 

District Paymaster Staff Paymaster G. Devvar. 

Senior Medical Officer Brigade Surgeon Lt.Colonel H. J. W. Barrow. 

Camp Quarter Mas ter H. Gibbs, 1 20 July 91; Hon. Lieut. 

Assistant P rovost Marshal C. Burroughs, Mil. MountedPolice Corps, 16 Sept. 94; Hon. Lieut. 

CORK DISTRICT. 

Commanding CorkDistbict Major General John Fryer, CB. 1 Oct. 93. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. J. Fryer, 7 Hussars, 15 Nov. 94. 

Commanding Royal Artillery (Colonel on Staff) Colonel E. H. Holley, 26 Jan. 94. 

Staff Captain, Royal Artillery Captain A. W. Gay, 18 May 96. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Lt.Colonel E. W. Cotter. 

Assistant Adjutant General ColonelC. P. Temple, DSO. (fromh p. Regimental Dist.), 9 July 95. 

t, 1 a ■„<„„* A*u.t n „t r.„„~„i. I p.s.c. Captain R. N. Gamble, Lincolnshire Regiment, 2 Oct. a\. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals - Lt . Colol fel J. G. Y. Wilson, Army Service Corps, 1 Apr. 95. 

District Inspector of Musketry Major T. Lamb, South Lancashire Regiment, 30 June 96. 

Commanding Militia Artillery Lt.Colonel R. W. P. Robertson. Cork. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Major H. W. N. S. Smyth, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Staff Paymaster C. F. Curey. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon Colonel W. E. Riordan. 

1 Lieut. Gibbs served in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the engagements at Tel-eI-M.ab.uta 
and Mahsama, in the action at Kassasin (28th August), and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, 
and Khedive's Star). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Heavy Camel Corps, and was present 
in the engagements at Abu Klea (when he brought the detachment out of action), El Gubat, and Meiammeh 
(two Clasps, and Medal for distinguished conduct in the field). 

STAFF ABROAD.— EUROPE. 

GIBRALTAR. 

Governor and Commander in Chief General Sir R. Biddulph, G CM G. KCB. Royal Artillery, 6 Oct. 93. 

Assistant Military Secretary p.s.c. Major W. B. Fletcher. Royal Artillery, 1 Oct. 95. 

„ f Captain H. Biddulph, R. Artillery, 18 Oct. 93. 

Aides de Lamp j Lieut. F. G. C. M. Morgan, South Wales Borderers, 9 Jan. 97. 

Commanding Brigade Major General Sir F. Carrington, KCB. KCMG. 23 May 95. 

Aide de Camp Captain V. Ferguson, South Wales Borderers, 28 May 95. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Major C. B. Vyvyan, East Kent Regiment, 1 Jan. 95. 

. . . . ... . . „ , ( p.s.c. Colonei H. L. Uundas (from h.p. E. Yorkshire Regt.), 20 

Assistant Adjutant General /Nov 06 

Depufu Assistant Adjutant General Lt.Colonel S. H. Lynn, Army Service' Corps, 28 Jan. 97. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General and Deputy \ Capt ain W. D. Jones, Wiltshire Regiment, 1 May gi. 

Assistant Adjutant General Jor Instruction ... j r * ' y 

Commanding Royal Artillery Major General J. B. Richardson, 22 May 96 (9 Mar. 94). 

Brigade Major, Royal Artillery p.s.c. Major W. L. White, 26 Sept. 95. 

Commanding Royal Engineer (Colonel on the Staff) Colonel W. H. Rathborne, 31 Jan. 96. 

Chief Ordnance 'Officer Lt.Colonel E. E. Markwick, Army Ordnance Denartment. 

District Paymaster Chief Paymaster T. W. Drage. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon Colonel W. A. Catherwood, MD. 

Garrison Adjutant and Quarter Master Richard Frederick Rankin, 1 15 Aug. 89 ; Hon. Major. 

1 Major Rankin served in the Ashanti war in 1873-74 and was present in the actions of Amoaful and Quaman Dah, 
and at the capture of Ooomassie (Medal with Clasp). 

F 



iot Staff Abroad. 

MALTA. 

Governor and Commander in Chief General Sir Arthur J. Lyon Fremantle, KCMG. CB. 5 Jan. 94. 

Assistant Military Secretary p.s.c. Captain J. S. Ewart, Cameron Highlanders, 5 Jan. 94. 

A,a c » d, Cnmr, (p.s.c. Captain T. L. N. Morland, King's Royal Rifles, 5 Feb. 95. 

jLiaes ae Lamp (.Lieut. W. G. Harding, Lincoln Regiment, 23 Nov. 96. 

Colonial Aide de Camp Captain N. Grech-Biaricardi, Royal Malta Militia, 13 Jan. 94. 

Commanding Brigade Major General Lord Congleton, CB. 25 Oct. 95. 

Aidede Cimp Major G. A. Porter, East Kent Regiment, 25 Oct. 95. 

Brigade Major p.s. c. Captain F. Gordon, Gordon Highlanders, 12 Aug. 96. 

Deputy Adjutant General Colonel A. S. Wynne, CB. (from h.p.Ycrk Light Inf.), 12 Oct. 94. 

Assistant Adjutant General Colonel E. Grattan, Army Service Corps, 24 Feb. 97. 

T\*„,.t„ j.«.-o< ,„/ £j;,.4„~4- a„~*-„i. P.s.c. Captain J. R. Dyas, Warwick Regiment, 2 Nov. 96. 

JJeputy Assistant Aaiutant Lrenerats •. -.* -, r> t> n r>. i a -J. o .-, t 1 

r 1 j 1 Major G. R. C. Paul, Army Service Corps, 19 July 95. 

Tt»„..t . a. ■ t„ 1 j.i-.t „</->„., r„,. r„. /.„„/:„„ ( P-'- c - Lt.Col. F. Luttman- Johnson (from h.p. York and Lancaster 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Gen. tor Instruction...* r -r,^ . .. y, ^ r 

1 J .1 j ^ Regiment), 74 Dec. 04. 

Common MngR. Artillery (Major Gen. on the Staff) Major General J. F. Owen, 2 May 95. 

Brigade Ma/or, Royal Artillery 

Commanding Royal Engineer (Colonel on the Stuff) Colonel E. Wood, CB. 8 June 94. 

District Inspector of Musketry Major W. L. James, Lancaster Regiment, 12 July 97. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Colonel A. W. Bridgman, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Far/master Chief Paymaster J. L. Hewson. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon Major General T. Maunsell, CB. 

■Colonel on the Staff Colonel Sir H. C. Chermsirle. KCMG. CB. 74 Apr, 97. Crete 

CYPRUS. 

^**?XSr e .^ } *■ William Frederick Ha y nes Smith > XCMG - mcoaia - 

ASIA. 

INDIA. 

Viceroy and Governor General The Rt. Son. the Earl of Elgin and Kincardine, GMSI. GMIE. 27 Jan. 94. 

Private Secretary , Henry Babington Smith, CSI. Bengal Civil Service, 16 Apr. 94. 

Military Secretary p.s.c. Colonel A. G. A. Durand, CB. CIE. Indian Staff Corps, 27 Jan. '94. 

(Captain R. E. Grimston, Indian Staff Corps, 27 Jan. 94. — With Tirah 
Expeditionary Force. 
Captain S. H. Pollen, Wiltshire Regiment, 27 Jan. 94. 
Lieut. F. L. Adam, Scots Guards, 27 Jan. 94. 
2nd Lieut. H. F. Fraser, 5 Lancers, 24 Sept. 97 (extra). 
2nd Lieut. H. A. Cape, 18 Hussars. 2 Oct. 97 (extra). 
Captain R. G. T. Baker-Carr, Rifle Brigade, 19 July 97. 

Surgeon Brigade Surg. Lt.ColonelB. Franklin, CIE. Indian Med. Service, 27 Jan. 94, 

Commander in Chief (*ith rank o/> ^ Lieut . General sir Geor „ e Stewart White, GCB. GCIE. S Apr. 93. 

General) ) h ' r " 

Military Secretary p.s.c. Bt.Lt.Colonel B. Duff, CIE. Indian Staff Corps, 11 Oct. 95 (8 Apr. 93). 

Interpreter " Captain Q. G. K. Agnew, Scots Fusiliers, 8 Sept. 97 (8 Apr. 93). 

... , n ) Captain R. G. Brooke, 7 Hussars, 14 Apr. 97. — With Tirah Expdtnry . Frc, 

Aides de Lamp |CaptainN. C. Taylor, Indian Staff Corps, 8 Sept. 97. 

Surgeon Surgeon Major F. H. Treherne, Army Medical Staff, S Apr. 93. 

Adjutant Genebal's Department at Head Qtjaetebs. 

Adjutant General (vith rank of ^«i<»- } Co i onel G de c Morton CB _ (from h . p . Munster Fusiliers), 1 Apr. 9,. 

General) .' 1 \ . r *- 

-r, a a- ± ±a 7 f Colonel E. A. Money, CB. Indian Staff Corps, 16 Aug. 93. — Officiating in 

Deputy Adiutant General * Command, Allahabad District. 

Assistant Adjutant General, 
p.s.c. Colonel P. D. Jeffreys, CB. (from h.p. Connaught Rangers), 6 Jan. 94 ... Simla.— With Malakand Field Frc. 

Additional Assistant Adjutant General. 
■Colonel F. B. J. Jerrard (from h.p. West Riding Regiment), 2 Aug. 97. — Offg. in Command Sirhind District. 
Assistant Adjutant General for Artillery in India. 

Colonel A. B. Stopford, 15 Nov. 94 Simla. 

Assistant Adjutant General jor Musketry. 

Colonel W. Hill, Indian Staff Corps, 25 March 95 Simla.— With Tirah Expeditionary 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals. [Force. 

p.s.c. Captain H. B. B. Watkis, Indian Staff Corps, 11 Oct. 95 With Tochi Field Force. 

Major H. Finnis, Royal Engineers, 9 March 95 Simla (for R. Engineers). 

Quabteb Mastee Genebat/s Depabtment at Head Qoabtees. 

Quarter Master General Major General A. R. Badcock, CB.CSI., Indian S.C. 7 Nov.93.— Simla. 

„ . „ . „, . „ , ■> Colonel I. S. M.Hamilton, CB. DSO. (from Gordon High.), n Oct. 9;.— 

Deputy Quarter Master General ; With Tirah Expeditionary Force. 

Assistant Quarter Master General Major H. Mullaly, Royal Engineers, 11 Mar. 96.— Simla. 

Dep. Assist. Qr.Mr. Gen. (Mobilization) p.s.c. Colonel G. H. More-Molyneux,Indian Staff Corps, 30 Nov. 93. — Witlt 
Assistant Qr. Mr. Gen., Intell. Branch Tirah Expeditionary Force. 

.'Captain G. H. H. Couchmau, DSO. Somerset Lt.Inf. 18 Apr.93. — Burma. 
I Bt.Major H. Bower, Indian Staff Corps, 18 Apr. 93.— Simla. 
Dep. Assist. Quarter Master Generals, do \ Captain A. A. J. Johnstone, Indian Staff Corps, 31 Aug. g<;. — Furlough. 

ji.s.c.Major G. V. Kemball, R. Art. ji Sept. 96.— With Tochi Field Force. 
\ Captain J, A. Douglas, Indian Staff Corps, 1 May 97.— Simla. 
t Lieut. G.K.Cockerill.IndianStaff Corps, 6 Sept.95.— With Tochi Field Force. 
Captain E. J. E. Swayne, Indian Staff Corps, 11 Nov. 95. — Simla. 

Staff Captains and Lieutenant, do Jp.s.e.CaptainH. E. Stanton, DSO. R. Artillery, 1 May 97. — With Malakand 

Field Force. 
[p.s.c. Captain G. S.F.Napier. Oxford Light Infantry, 5 June 97. — Simla. 

Inspector General of Artillery in India") n . ., m t, „, -, ,, c;™i„ 

P (with rank of Major General)]. j Colonel T. B. Tyler, 29 Mar. 97 .-Simla. 

Brigade Major Captain F. E. Johnson, Royal Artillery, 23 Nov. 93. 

Im %ti rl:Zf£fo:tZraV:.^}^- coiwiei H - F - Grant > cB - (from h - p - 7 Dra ° oon Gnards) ' * Apr - »■ 

"iriaade Maior \ Bt - Ma i° r C. P. Campbell, Indian Staff Corps.— With Tirah Expeditionary 

Director of Military Education in India. 
Colonel H. D. Hutchinson, Indian Staff Corps, 24 Oct. 96 Simla. 



Staff Abroad. 102 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals for Instruction. 

p.t.c. Major J. Sherston. DSO. Rifle Brigade. 7 Mar. 93 , Ranikhet. — Furlough. 

p.s.c. Captain O. li. S. F. Shore, Incliau Staff Corps, 3 Apr. 95 Chuckrata.— With Tirah Expedi- 

p.s.c. Captain L. J. Shadwell, Indian StatfGorps, 21 Oct. 95 (8 Mar. 95) Kiissowlie. [tionary Force. 

p.s.c. Captain AY. A. Watson, Indian Staff Corps, aoFeb. 96 Da'.housie.— Furlough. 

Major W. K. H. Beresfonl, Welsh Fusiliers, 8 .day go (21 Oct. 95) Poona — Offg. A. A. Gen. at Head 

p.t.c. Major E. H. Rodwell, Indian Staff Corps, 22 Jan. 97 Bangalore. [Quarters. 

Punjab. 

n , ,, r < General Sir W. S. A. Loekhart, KCB. SCSI. Bengal Inf. 1 Apr. 95.— With 

Commanding the Forces } Tirah BxpeditioIiar , Force . 

Assist. Military Sec. and Aide de Camp 
,., , n (p.s.c. Captain J. A. L. Haldane, Gordon Highlanders, i Apr. a5.— WithTirah 

A,de de Camp ^ Expeditionary force. 

n iii.,t/~i 1 I Brigadier General W. G. Nicholson, CB. Royal Engineers, 4 Apr. a-. — With 

Deputy Adjutant General | T f rah Expeditionary Force. * . 4 P 93. 

Assistant Quarter blaster General Colonel St. J. F. Michell, Indian|Staff Corps, 1 Apr. 95.— Offg. Dep. Adj. Gen. 

Assistant Adjutant General ColonelJ. A. Barlow (from h.p. .Manchester Regt.), 8 Jitly 97 (1; May 95)- 

Dep. Assitiant Quarter Matter General { U ^ h f^ F ^° e VM - Indian Staff CoI ' 1>s ' l **"■ 95 ('8 Feb. 95). -With 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant General ... { ^£,2^ forte. *' ^ FUSiUerS ' ' Apr ' 95 U Api " 93)--With Tirah 
Sep. Assist. Adj. Generalfor Musketry Major W. B. Sturges, Uorthnuiberland Fusiliers, 7 May 97 (20 April 94). 
Colonel ok the Staff Royal Artillery-) Colonel w _ p _ ds H Cums (from Ro al Ar till er y), x Apr. 97. 

{with rank of Brigadier General) ... ) J J ' l v/ 

Dep. Astitt. Adj. General R t Artillery Captain C. de C. Hamilton, x April 95 (1 July 93). — With Tirah Exp. Force. 

Principal Medical Officer {^Dec (tAprTs^ & ' ^"^ DS °' ***' ^^ fetablishmei11 ' 

Inspector of Army Signalling (for ) M . T _ E Q'Leary, Irish Fusiliers, i Aor. 93 (t Sept. 93).-Kussowlie. 

Punjab and Bengal Commands) ) J -' ■ " v "' 

Assist. Inspector of Army Signalling ... Captain C. P. Sudamore, DSO. Scots Fusiliers. 

First Class Distbict Ccmmikperp. 

Commanding Lahore District Major General Sir G. B. Wolselej', KCB. 10 Mar. 95.— Olfg. in Command 

Aide de Camp [Punjab Foices. 

s- i- -d ■ i x> t- i~ fLt.General Sir A. P. Palmer, KCB. Indian Staff Corps, 5 April 9=.— With 

Commanding Pan/alj Frontier Force ... -, v^„«^;,;, .,„..,. T?n--no r - n 

•' J c. Expeditionary i* orce. [i.ionary Force. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. F. L. Galloway, Royal Artillery, 11 Sept. 96. — With TirahExpedi- 

Commanding Itau-ul Findee District ... Major General C. J. Moorsom, 30 Sept. 95. 

Aide de Camp Captain C. Haynes, East Lancashire Regiment, 30 Sept. 95. 

Second Class Distbict Commanders. 
Brigadier General W. P. Symons, CB. (from h.p. S. Wales Bord.), 25 Mar. 95 Sirhind. — WithTirah Expeditionary 
p.s.c. Brigadier General E. R. Elles, CB. (from Royal xVrtillery), 18 Oct. 95 .... Peshawur. [\bVrce. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals. 

Lt.Colonel E. A. Young, Indian Staff Corps, 10 Oct. 93 Lahore. [tionary Force. 

YC p.s.c. Colonel R. K. Ridgeway, Indian Staff Corps, 29 Apr. 95 PesDawur. — With Tirah Expedi- 

Major A. A. Barrett, Indian Staff Corps, 3 June 95 Punjab Frontier Force.— With Tirah 

Colonel J. M. Babingtou (from h.p. 16 Lancers), 1 Apr. 96 Sirhind.— Furlough. [Exp. Force. 

Colonel F. C. Burton, Indian Staff Corps, 11 Aug. 97 Rawul Pindee. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals. 

Captain H. Hudson, Indian Staff Corps, 1 Apr. 95 Punjab Frontier Force. — WithTirah 

Major C. H. I. Hopkins. Scottish Rifles, 9 Aug. 95 (16 Apr. 94) Lahore. [Expeditionary Force. 

Rt. Lt.Colonel S. C. H. Monro, Seaforth Highlanders, 4 Mar. 96 (22 Jan. 94)... Rawul Pindee. [Force! 

Captain G. F. H. Dillon, Indian Staff Corps, 6 Mar. 96 Peshawur. — With Malakand Field" 

p.t.c. Bt. Major G. J. Younghusband, Indian Staff Corps, 22 Jan. 97 Sirhind.— Oflg.A.Q.M.Gen. Hd. Qrs. 

Colonels on the Staff. 

Colonel V. W. Tregear, CB. Bengal Infantry, 9 July 95 Mooltan. 

Colonel R. M. Clifford, Indian Staff Corps, 23 Aug. 95 Sealkote.— Offg.in Comd.Rohilcun 1. 

~SZ Colonel A.G.Hammond, CB.DSO. Inuian Staff Corps, 11 Feb. 96 (29 Sept.95) Rawul Pindee.— WithTirah Exp.For. 

Colonel A. McC. Bruce, Bengal Infantry, 23 Mar. 96 Ferozepore.— Offg. in'.Coind. Banga- 

District Hecruiting Officers. |lore. 

Captain R. W. Falcon, Indian Staff Corps, 14 June 95 Peshawur. — Furlough. 

<Japtain C. A. Fowler, Indian Staff Corps, 10 Aug. 96 Jhelum. 

Captain R. E. Foley, Indian Staff Corps, to Apr. 97 Umrit^ur. 

Captain D. J. O. Taylor, Indian Staff Corps, 26 Apr. 97 Jullunder. 

Commandant Fort Attack Captain T. G. Maclaren, King's Own Scottish Borderers. 

Adjutant Fort Attack Lieut. C. F. Phipps, Royal Artillery, 1 Apr. 97. 

Bengal. 

Commanding the Forces Lt.General Sir B. C. Russell, KCB. KC3IG. 13 Hussars, 9 Nov. 96. 

Asiis* Mil Sec and Aide de Camv 5> s - c - Ma -i or R - c - B - A - Bewicke-Copley, King's Royal Rifles, 9 Nov. 96.— 
Assise Mil. bee. and. Aide de Camp... ^ With T|ra]a Expeditionary Force. 

Aide de Camp Captain K. MacLaren, 13 Hussars, 9 Nov. 96.— Offg. Assist. Mil. Sec. 

Deputy Adjutant General Brigadier General G. F. Young, CB. Indian Staff Corps, 1 Apr. 95. — Furl. 

Assistant Quarter Master General Colonel G. Henry, Royal Engineers, 24 Jan. 96 (24 Jan. 94). — Offg. D.A. Gen. 

Dep. Assist. Quarter Master General 2 1S ^- Captain W. E. Bunbury, Indian Staff Corps, 1 Apr. 97 (26 Apr. 94). 

Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Colonel J. C. R. Glasgow (from h.p. Suffolk Kegimentl, 5 Apr.95. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General ... Major S. D. Gordon, Indian Staff Corps, 2 Feb. 97. 

Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. for Musketry ... Bt. Major C. F. Johnson, Indian Staff Corps, 30 Apr. 96. —Furlough. 

Colonel on. the Staff, Boyal Artillery ... Brigadier General H. Pipon, Royal Artillery, 11 June 96. 

Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. for S. Artillery Captain H. H. Butler, 1 Jan. 96.— Furlough. 

ln B P e%al cC«lT/) i ^r.^^ a . 6 . a ." d } Ca P tain R ' L ' E - M'Kerrell, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 1 May 96. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon Major General T. Walsh, Army Medical Staff, 1 Apr.95. [Force 

Garrison Quarter Muster, Fort William Captain E. St. A. Wake, Indian Staff Corps, 30 Apr. 97. — With Tirah Exp- 

Fibst Class Distbict Commanders. 
Commanding Meerut District Major General G. E. L. S. Sanford, CB. CSI. 22 Sept. 93. 

Aide de Camp , [Force. 

Commanding Oude District Major General G. C. Bird, CB. Indian S. C, 5 Dec. 05. — With Tochi Field 

Aide de Camp Capt. H. M.Tn - ynam, East Lancashire Regt., 13 May on. — With Tochi Field 

Second Class Distbict Commandebs. [Force. 

ji.s.c. Major General W. L. Dalrymple, CB. 15 Nov. 93 Nerbudda. 

Major General H. M. Evans, CB. Indian Staff Corps, 2 Feb. 95 Rohilcund. -Offg. in Comd. Lahore. 

Major Ueneral A. G. Yeatman-Biggs, CB. (from h.p. R. Art.), 1 Apr. 95 Presidency. — With Tirah Exp. For." 

liajor General R. M. Jennings, CB. Bengal Cavalry, 16 Aug. 95 (20 May 95) Assam. — Offg. in Comd. Oude! 

Brigadier General Sir B. Blood, KCB. Royal Engineers, 19 Jan. 06 Bundelcund. — With Malakand Field 

Brigadier General H. G. Waterfield, CB. lndian'statf Corps, n Dec. 90 Allahabad. — Furlough. [Force. 

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103 Staff Abroad. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals. 

p.s.c. Colonel H. S. Brownrigg (frcm li.p. Rifle Brigade), 15 Oct. 93 Meerut. 

p.s.c. Colonel T. Prickett, (from h.p. Essex Regiment), 8 Jan. 95 Oude. 

Colonel W. Hailes, Indian Staff Corps, 17 Aug. 95 Allahabad.— Offg. Col. on Staff.Belhi, 

.p.s.c. Colenel J. H. S, Craigie (from h.p. Highland Light Infantry, 15 Apr. 97 Presidency.— Offg. A. A. Gen. Head 

Quarters. 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals, 

Major E. T. Paul, Indian Staff Corps, 23 Apr. 94 Oude.' 

Captain C. F. G. Young, Indian Staff Corps, 1 Apr. 95 Meerut. 

p.s.c. Major P. Wintour, West Kent Regiment, 5 Aug. 95 (10 Sept. 94) Presidency. — WithTochiFieldForce. 

p.s.c. Major H. W. D. Denne, Gordon Highlanders, 7 Nov. 95 (ie July 94) Bundelcund. [Force. 

Captain St. G. L. Steele, Indian Staff Corps, 1 Jan. 96 , Assam. — With Tirah Expeditionary 

p.s c. Captain J. MacN. Walter, Devonshire Regt. 13 May 96 (4 July 94) Nerbudda.— WithTc-chi Field Force 

p.s.c. Major H. R. B. Donne, Norfolk Regiment, 5 July 97 (1 Nov. 94J Rohilcund. — With Tirah Exp. Force. 

Colonels on the Staff. 

Colonel A. K. Turner, CB. Indian Staff Corps, 26 Nov. 95 Fyzabad. — Furlough. 

Colonel R. H. F. Rennick, Indian Staff Corps, 11 Dec. 96 , Delhi.— Offg. in Ccmd. Bundelcund. 

Colonel A. Gaselee, CB. Indian Staff Corps, 12 Dec. 96 Cawnpore. — With Tirah Exp. Force. 

District Recruiting Officers. 

Captain W. J. Newell. Indian Staff Corps, :z Apr. 92 Lucknow. 

Captaiu M. A. Kerr, Indian Staff Corps, 24 Aug. 96 Goruckpore. — Sick Furlough. 

Captain T. Webster, Indian Staff Corps, 1 May 97 Delhi. 

Madras. 

Governor St. Son. Sir Arthur Elibank Havelock, GCM 67. GCIE. iS Mar. c,5. 

Private Secretary 

Military Secretary p.s.c. Major F. W. Romilly, DSO. Scots Guards, 18 Mar. 96. 

; Captain B. P. Portal, 17 Lancers, 18 Mar. 96. 
Capt. F. C. Logan-Home, Indian Staff Corps, 16 Aug. 97. 
Captain Lord H. A. Montagu-Douglas-Scott, 3 Bn. R. Scots, 

Aidesde Camp \ iS Mar. 96 (extra). 

Lieut<il. E. Garstin, Royal Artillery, 1 Nov. 97 (extra). 
Colonfl C. E Crighton, S.I. Railway Volunteers, 18 Mar. 96. — 
V Honorary. 

Surgeon Surgeon Major W.B. Browning, Indian Medical Service. 

Commanding the Forces Lieut.General Sir C. M. Clarke, KCB. 28 Oct. 93. 

Assist. Military Sec. andAidede Camp Major A. H. B. Cavaye, King's Own Scot. Bordrs., 17 Mar. 97. [prefer. 

Aide de Camp Captain the Hon. F. R.Bingham, Royal Artillery, 28 Oct. 93. — And Inter- 

Deyuty Adjutant General (with rank\ ColonelG . Simpson, CB. Indian Staff Corps, 20 Oct. 95 

nf Brigadier General) J r > t » ya 

Assistant. Quarter Master General Colonel J. P. C. Neville, Indian Staff Corps, 15 Mar. 97. 

. . .. . , „ , f Colonel F. J. Kempster, DSO. Munster Fusiliers, 23 July 97 (n Mar. 97). — 

Assistant Adjutant General ^ Wjth Th , ah Ex peditioDary Force. 

Deputy Assistant, Adjutant General Captain E. H. J. Reay, Wiltshire Regiment, 18 Mar. 97 (19 Aug. 95). 

Dep. Assist. Adj. General for Musketry Major R. L. A. Pennington, Northumberland Fus. 1 Apr. 95 (27 Oct. 94). 

Colonel on the Staff', Boyal Artillery ... Brigadier General A. A. Saunders, June 97. 

Dep. Assist. Adj. General B. Artillery Captain A. E. A. Butcher, n Dec. 95.— Furlough. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon Major General C. E. M'Vittie, Indian Med. Service, 1 Apr. 95. 

Fibst Class District Commanders. 

Commanding Burmah District Maior General Sir E. Stedman, KCIE. CB. Indian Staff Corps, 7 Nov. 95. — 

Aide de Camp Lieut. H. W. F. Cooke, Indian Staff.Corps, 7 Oct. 96.— Furlough. [Furl. 

Commanding Secunderabad District ... Major General C. Tucker, CB. 5 Dec. 95. 

Aide de Camp Major G. A. Williams, South Staffordsuire Regiment, 16 Sept. 97. 

Second Class Disteict Commanders. 

Brigadier General D. J. S. M'Leod, DSO. Madras Cavalry, 3 July 95 Bangalore.— Offg. in Comd. Burmah. 
p.sx. Brigadier General E. J. Lugard (from h.p. Lancaster RegiO g outnern 

ment), 21 Aug. 95 ) 

Brigadier General J. T. Cummins, Z>S0.1ndi;m Staff Corps, 11 Nov. 95 Madras. 

yWi'p.s.c. Brigauier General R. C. Hart, C7i.(from 11. Eng.) 2 Mar. 96 Belgaum.— With Tirah Expeditionary Force- 
Brigadier General J. H. Barnard, CB. CMG. (from h.p. Regimental \ T\f all( jalaT 

District), 18 Aug. 96 ) 

Brigadier General S. E. Rollaud, Indian Staff corps, 1 Jan. 97 Rangoon. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals. 

Major H. Finn, 2t Hussars, 22 Dec. 96 (25 Jan. 93) Bangalore. 

p.s.c. Lt. Colonel W. R. Routh, Suffolk Regiment, 19 June 95 Mandalay.— Furlough. 

p.s.c'. Major E. R. C. Graham, Cheshire Regt. 2 Sept. 95 (25 May 94) Secunderabad. 

Major J. W. Currie, Indian Staff Corps, 12 Feb. 96 Madras.— Furlough. 

Major A. B. Fenton, Indian Staff Corps, 14 Dec. 96 Burmah. 

Major G. W. Maxwell, Indian Staff Corps, 19 Dec. 96 Belgaum. 

Slaior T. H. Haughton, Indian Staff Corps, 4 Apr. 97 Southern. 

1I£ Bt.Lt. Colonel F. J. Aylmer, Royal Eng. 8 July 97 (4 Oct. 95; ... Rangoon.— Offg. D.Q.M.Gen. Head Quartere- 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals. 

Captain E. M. Reed, Indian Staff Corps, 15 Nov. 93 Bangalore. 

Major H. A. Vowell, West Yorkshire Regt. 19 Nov. 95 (33 Feb. 94)... Belgaum.— Offg. A. A. Gen. 

Captain R. H. D. Turing, Indian Staff Corps, 17 Apr. 96 Secunderabad. 

Captain F.' T. Williams, Indian Staff Corps, 13 Nov. 96 Madras. 

p s c. Captain W. S. Banks, Dorsetshire Regt. 18 Mar. 97 (30 Dec. 95) Rangoon. 

Captain J. R. Mathewes, Indian Staff Corps, 6 Apr. 97 Mandalay. 

p.s.c. Major H. St. L. Wood, DSO. Dorset Regiment, 14 June 97 Southern Shan States. 

Captain H. L: Rosher, Devonshire Regiment, 20 Oct. 97 Burmah. 

Colonels on the Staff. 

Colonel W. B. Warner, Madras Cavalry, 7 Aug. 94 Bellary. 

Colonel E. B. Anderson, Indian Staff Corps, 5 June 97 Southern Shan States. 



Staff Abroad. 104 

Bombay. 

Governor lit. Hon. W. Lord Sandhurst, GCIE. 18 Feb. 95. 

Private Secretary S. W. Edgerley, CSI. 

Military Secretary Major R. Owen, 21 Hussars, 18 Feb. 95. 

i Captain H. G. Heneage, 12 .Lancers, x3 Feb. 95. 
Lieut. B. .T. T. Levett, Scots Guards, i3 Feb. 95. 
Captain W. C. Walton, Indian Staff Corps, 16 June 95. 
Lieut. J. H. Crawford, Indian Staff Corps, i3 June 97. 
Captain T. W. Cuffe, Bombay Light Horse, 18 Feb. 95 ( Honorary) . 

Surgeon Surgeon Major Henry Martin, MB. Army Medical Staff. 

Commanding the Forces Lieut.General Sir C. E. Nairne, KCB. R. (Bengal) Art., 1 Apr. 95. — Furl. 

Assist. Military Secretary and Aide ( Major H. F.Mercer, Royal Artillery, r Apr. 95 (4 Sept. 93).— With Tirah 

de Camp c Expeditionary Force. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. W. P. Diinsdale, Irish Rifles. 

Deputy Adjutant General {with rank (p.s.c. Colonel R. L. H. Curteis (from h.p. Bedfordshire Regt.), 10 Apr.95 

of Brigadier General) (. (t July 90). 

* n ^ ->r , ^ , < IT® Colonel O'M.Creagh, Indian Staff Corps, 7 Mar. 96 (i Noy. 95.— Offg. 

Assistant Quarter Master General ( Colonel on Staff, Nusseerabad. 

, • , , ,,■ , in , f Colonel W. C. Black, Indian" Staff Corps, 1 Nov. 96.— Offg. in Command, 

Assistant Adi at ant General -\ v^o-nore 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Captain S. C. F. Jackson, DSO. Hampshire Regiment, 10 July 97. 

Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. for Musketry ... Major C. Grant, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 23 Feb. 06. [Force. 

Colonel on the Staff, Royal Artillery ... Brigadier General C. H. Spragge, 24 Mar. 96.- With Tirah Expeditionary 

Dep. Assist. A dj. Gen. for R. Artillery Captain J. G. Geddes, Royal Aitillery, 14 May 97. 

Principal Medical Officer ". Surgeon MajorGeueral A. F. Churchill, MD. Army Medical Staff, 17 July 96. 

Inspector of Gymnasia (Madras and Bombay Commands) . 

Major E. C. Hill, Wiltshire Regiment, 18 Mar. 97 Poona. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General, British Army Schools (M tdras and Bombay Commands). 

Major H. W. Scott, Lancashire Fusiliers, 24 Mar. 96. 

Inspector of Army Signalling (Madras and Bombay Commands). 

Captain A. E. Hatch, Indian Stiff. Corps, 16 Aug. 97. 

First Class District Commanders. 

Commanding Mhow District Major General M. H. Nicolson, CB. Bombay Infantry, 3 Apr. 95. 

.-, , n ( Captain R. J. G. Eikington, Royal Artillery, 2 Mar. 96. — With Malakand 

Aiaeae Lamp ^ Field Force _ 

Commanding Quetta District Major General Sir W. Galbraith, KCB. 1 Apr. 95. 

Aide de. Camp Captain D. L. Mallaby, Royal Engineers. 

Cjmmanding Poona District p.s.c. Major General J. Duncan, 29 Mar. 96. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. J. Duncan, Scots Fusiliers, 7 Oct. 96. — With MalakandField Force. 

Second Class District Commanders. 

Brigadier General T. A. Cooke (from h.p. 17 Lancers), 9 Jan. 94 Sind. 

Brigadier General C. A. Cuningham, Indian Staff Corps, 8 May 95 Aden. 

Brigadier General G. 0. Hogg, CB. Bombay Cavalry, 19 June 93 Deesa. [tionary Force. 

Brigadier General R. Westmacott, CB. DSO. Indian Staff Corps, 1 Nov. 96 Nagpore.— With Tirah Expedi- 

p.s.c. Brigadier General F.Ventris (from h.p. Essex Regt.i), 23 July 97(7 Oct/95) Bombay. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals. 

Colonel F. S. F. Stokes (from h.p. Irish Rifles), 2 Sept. 95 Mhow. [Forozepore. 

Colonel G. H. C. Dyce, CB. Indian Staff Corps, 24 Jan. 96 (n Oct. 95) Quetta.— Offg. Colonel on Staff, 

p.s.c. Lt.Colonel G. O. Stawell (irom h.p. Devonshire Regt.), .-5 June 95 Deesa.— Sick Furlough. 

p.s.c. Major A. W. L. Bayly, DSO. Indian Staff Corps, 16 Nov. 96 Sind. [tionary Force 

Major G. H. W. O'Sullivan, Royal Engineers, 20 Nov. 95 Poona. — With Tirah Expedi- 

Major C. J. Blomfield, Lancashire Fusiliers, io Jan. 97 Bombay. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals. 

p. s. c. Major H. Chance, Royal Artillery, 4 Feo. 94 Sind. [Force. 

Major J. Willcocks, DSO. Leinstjr Regimsnt, 1 Aug. 94 Nagpore. — With Tochi Field 

Captain L. H. Vidal, Indian Start' Corps, 17 Sept. 93 Bombay.— Furlough. 

Captain A. E. Aitken, Indian Staff Corps, 16 Nov. 95 Aden.— Sick Furlough. 

Captain F. J. M. Edwards, Indian Staff Corps, 8 Feb. 96 \ M t h0NV -~% it t: riral1 Ex P edi " 

( Lion tii j j? 01 CG . 

Major W. F. Cahusac, Indian Staff Corps, 24 Aug. 96 Bombay. 

p.s.c. Captain R. J. Finuey, Royal Fusiliers, 27 Nov. o5 Quetta. [tionary Force. 

Major C. P. Triscott, DSO. Royal Artillery, 10 Jan. g; Poona. — With Tirah Expedi- 

Colonel on the Staff. 

Colonel H. S. Tandy, Indian Staff Corps, 1 Nov. 96 Nusseerabad. 

District Recruiting Officers. 

Captain J. M. Ransom, Indian Staff Corps, 1 Apr. 95 Nusseerabad. 

Captain G. AV. C. Xnatchbull, Indian Staff Corps, 1 Apr. 95 Poona. 

Commandant. Fort Atseerghur 

CEYLON. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Rt.Hon. Sir Joseph West Ridgeway, KCB. KCSI. Colombo. 

("Lieut. R. S. W. Jackson, 11 Hussars, 2j Jan. 96. 

Aides de Camp 1 Lieut. R. J. Marker, Coldstream Guards, 7 Mar. 06. 

(.Lieut. C.L. Ward-Jackson, York. Hus. Yeomanry, 28'Feb. 97 (extra). 

Brigadier General Major General F. T. Hobson, 26 Mar. 97. 

Aide de Camp p.s.c. Captain N. H. Vertue, East Kent Regiment, 26 Mar. 97. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals f £ s - p - M „ a J°J J ' il - t>oe "'- Dorsetshire Regiment, 16 Dec. 92. 

J (.Major F. Horniblow, Army Service Corps, 31 Jan. 95- 

Commanding Royal Artillery Lt.Colonel G. D. Fanshawe. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Lt.Colonel G. R. R. Savage. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt.Colonel A. Sadler, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Staff Pay mastei C. Ward. 

Senior Medical Officer Brigade Surgeon Lt.Colonel A. W. Duke, MD. 

CHINA AND HONG- KONG, AND STRAITS SETTLEMENTS. 
Governor and Commander in Chief of Hon-j Kong... Sir Henry Arthur Blake, GCMG. Victoria. 

Aide de Camp 

Major General p.s.c. Major General W. Black, CB. 28 Feb. 95 (1 Oct. 93). 

Aide de Camp Captain F.R.Loveband.West India Regt., 28 Feb. 95 (26 Oct. 93). 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals (Lt.Colonel N. P. O'Gorman (from h.p. Lincoln Regt), 18 Jan. 95. 

J \ Captain S. S. Long, Army Service Corps, 20 Apr. 96. 

Commanding Royal Artillery Lt.Colonel A. R. Fraser. 

Commanding Royal EngineerlColonel on the Staff) Colonel H. Elsdale, 14 Nov. 96. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt.Colonel R. F. N Clarke, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Pai/ master Chief Paymaster E. H. Gorges. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon Colonel Or. J. II. Evatt, MD. 



ios Staff Abroad. 

Straits Settlements. 

(Including Prince of Wales' Island, Malacca, Singapore, and Christmas Island.) 
Governor and Commander in Chief, and Ilii/h~) T . r . , , „. „. , „ ,, T . , „,., , ,, „„,,„ 

Commissioner for the Protected States in the r ^-Colonel Sir Charles Bullen Hu K h Mitchell, GCMG. ret. pay 

Malay Peninsula j R- Marines. Singapore. 

Aide de Camp Captain H. S. Ainslie, Northumberland Fusilier-s, 12 Jan. 97. 

Colonel on the Staff (with rank of Major General) i ?•"'• c ° lone ' H - T - Jones-Vaughan, CB. (from h.p. K. Yorkshire 

t. Regt.), 13 Anr. 94. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.c. Captain'R. W. P. White, Welsh Regiment, 28 Feb. 96. 

Girrison Adjutant Captain C. W. C. Knox, Rifle Brigade. 

Commanding Royal Artillery Lt.Colonel C. L. Casey. Singapore. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Colonel J. du T. Bogle. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Captain H. D. E. Parsons, West Surrey Regiment. 

District Paymaster Staff Paymaster De lap. Roiimsnu. 

Sejuor Medic al Officer Brigade Surgeon Lt.Colonel K. H. Stokes, MB. 

LABUAN AND ITS DEPENDENCIES. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. L. P. Beaufort. 

AUSTRALIA. 
New South Wales. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Rt. Ron. H. R. Visct. Hampden. Sydney. 

f Lieut. C. V. Sloane-Stauley, 12 Lancers, u Oct. 95. 

Aides de Camp -j Captain A. F. H. Ferguson, 2 Life Guards, 11 Oct. 95. 

(.Lieut. P.H.G. Fielden, 7 Bn. King's R. Rifles, 22 Mar. 9,7 [extra). 

Victoria. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Rt. Hon. T. Lord Brasrey, KCB. Melbourne. 

Aide de Camp $ Lieut. A. A. C. Earl of Shaftesbury, 10 Hussars, 1 Sept. 95. 
(.Captain F. Thomas, Sussex Artillery, 24 Feb. 97. 

South Australia. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, Bart. KCMG. Adelaide. 

Aide de Camp Major H. J. VV. Guise, Liverpool Regiment, 20 Sept. 95. 

Western Australia. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Lt.Colonel Sir Gerard Smith, KCMG. late Scots Guards. Perth. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. N. W. Haig, 6 Dragoons, 5 Dec. 97. 

Queensland. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. Rf.Hon. C. W. A. N. Lord Lamington, KC1IG Brisbane. 

Aides de Camv (Lieut. C. K. M. Pyne, Warwickshire Regiment. 

F ^Capt.C.H. Anderson- felham,4Bn. Lincoln R,egt. 11 Feb. 97 (extra) 

Tasmania. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Rt. lion. J. W. J. Visct. Gormanstown, GCMG. Hobart Town. 

Aide de Camp 

NEW ZEALAND. 

Governor and Commander in Chief IT. J. M. Earl o/Ranfurly, KCMG. Wellington. 

(Captain D. H. Alexander, West Yorkshire Regiment, 2 June 97. 

Aides de Camp - ; Lieut. H. D. O. Ward, Royal Artillery, 10 June 97. 

(.Lieut. A. C. Wellesley, 4 Hn. Cheshire Regt. 22 Dec. 97 (extra). 



FIJI ISLANDS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief, and High'} 

Commissioner, and Consul General for the > Sir George Thomas Michael O'Brien, KCMG. Suva. 

Western Pacific ) 

Aide de Camp 

BRITISH NEW GUINEA. 

Lieutenant Governor Sir William Macgregor, KCMG. CB. MD. 



AFRICA. 

EGYPT, FORCE IN. 

Major General Major General Sir F. W. Grenfell, GCMG.KCB. 1 Oct. 57. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. H. M. Grenfell, 1 Life Guards, 3 Oct. 97. 

Assistant. Adjutant General p.s.c. Colonel H. Cooper (from h.p. N. Lancashire Regt.), 3 Apr. 96. 

Deputy Assistant. Adjutant General Lt.Colonel L. A. Hope, Army Service Corps, 28 Feb. 97. 

Dep. Assist. Adj. General and do. for Instruction p.s.c. Major 0. a Court, Rifle Brigade, 13 Aug. 97. 
w &r- • • (p.s.c. Captain S. Bird. Royal Fusiliers, 31 Jan. 96. 

atajr baptatns < Captain H. G. Morgan, DSO. Army Service Corps, 1 Apr. 97. 

Commanding Royal Artillery Major W. H. Williams. 

Commanding Royal Engineer p.s.c. Colonel A. O. Green. 

Chief Ordnance Offcer Lt.Colonel F. O. Leggett, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Chief Paymaster F. Treffry. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon Major General H. S. Muir, MD. 

Senior Veterinary Officer Veterinary Captain L. J. Blenkinsop. 

Garrison of Alexandria. 

Brigadier General on the Staff Major General K. G. Henderson, CB., 23 Oct. 95 (2 Nov. 93). 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p.s.e.Capt.A.B.Hamilton, King's Own Scottish Bords. 10 Dec. 93. 

Staff' Captain (Military Police) 

Commanding Royal Engineer Colonel R. M. Barklie. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Captain C. Hall, Connaught Rangers. 

Governor of the Frontier and Commandant of the ~) ■., ■ r, „, . ■&„„.„- n en „ t„i t „, 
Frontier Field Force j Major General A. Hunter, DSO. 2 July 94. 

Suakin. 

G aZmandantafsuaktn ** & " UH ° ral "** } Bt.Lt. Colonel C. S. B. Parsons, Royal Artillery, 1 Dec. 96. 



Staff Abroad. 106 

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. 

Governor and Commander in Chief ', and PLinh Com-~> ~. , ,,, , ,-., /-.,-,-iri -r-n-n n rr 

,.(.,,,..• ■" * > Sir Alfred Milner, GCMG. KCB. Cape Town, 

missioner for South Africa ) ' r 

Military Secretary Major J. Hanbury-Williams, Oxford Light Infantry, 17 Apr. 97. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. C. M. A. Wood, Northumberland B'usiliers, 17 Apr. 97. 

Lieutenant General Lt. General Sir W. H. GooOenough, KCB. R. Artillery, 8 Dec. 94. 

Assistant Military Secretary and Aide de Camp... p.s.c. Major H. J. Du Cane, Royal Artillery, 9 Jane 97. 

Aide de Camp ....'. Captain R. .T. Vernon, King's Royal Rifles, 8 Dec. 94. 

Assistant Adjutant General Colonel M. S. Crofton, Z>6'0. (from h.p. S. Stafford Regt.)T3 July 94. 

■n . ,-. * -■ ± ± n 7 ( p.s.c. Captain F. J. Davies, Grenadier Guards, 13 Feb. 97. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals Yp.,.c. Captain E. R. O. Ludlow, Army Service Corps, 2 Apr. g 7 . 

Commanding Royal Artillery ji.s.c. Lt. Colonel J. K. Trotter, CMG. 

Commanding Royal Engineer ( Colonel on the Staff) Colonel F. W. Nixon, 4 July 94. 

Chief Ordnance' Officer Lt.Colonel G. R. Hobbs, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Chief Paymaster G. H. Anson. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon Colonel J. W. Maxham, HID. 

Senior Veterinary Officer Veterinary Major R. F. Frost. 

NATAL AND ZULULAND. 

Governorand Commander in Chief. Hon. Sir Walter Fras. Hely- Hutchinson, GCMG .Pielermaritzhurg . 

Aide de Camp Captain'R. Marshall, West Riding Regiment, 2: March 96. 

Colonel on the Staff (icifh rank of Major General) Colonel G. Cox (from h.p. Irish Fusiliers), 30 Aug. 95. 

7V, . , , . . . ... . . a , C p.s.c. Major C. N. Watts, Derbyshire Regiment, iS Jan. 93. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals { U.Colone! E. Gausses, Army Service Corps. 

Commanding Royal Artillery Lt.Colonel E. O. Hay. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Lt.Colonel W. F. N. Noel. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Major E. T. Stanley, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Staff Paymaster W." B. Caiilf'eild-Stoker. 

SAINT HELENA. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Robert Armitage Sterndale, Esq. James Town. 

Ch mL°r rdna !!Z G ^ er .. a l d .. AMn9 f UtriH ^ \ Ca P tain J - H - Hale > East Lancashire Regiment. 

MAURITIUS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir Charles Bruce, KCMG. Port Louis. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. W. H. Robinson, 4 Bn. Arg. and Suth. High. 15 Dec. 97. 

Brigadier General on the Staff p.s.c. Major General G. Salis-richwj.be, 15 June 97 (23 Nov. 96J . 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General p. «.e. Captain A. T. P. Hudson, Manchester Regiment, 1 Mar. 95. 

Commanding Royal Artillery Major G. D'A. Alexander. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Colonel F. R. de Wolski. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lieut. S. C. C. Townsend, Royal Artillery. 

District Paymaster Paymaster H. D. Stacpole. 

Senior Medical Officer Brigade Surgeon Lt.Colonel J. Fraser, MD. 

SEYCHELLES ISLANDS. 

Administrator Henry Coekburn Stewart, CMG. 

GOLD COAST COLONY. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Accra. 

COLONY OP LAGOS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Lt.Col. Henry Edward M'Callum, CMG. Reserve List, R. Eng. 

Aide de Camp 

WEST AFRICA SETTLEMENTS. 

(At Sierra Leone and on the Gambia.) 

Governorand Commander in Chief (^...r. Colonel Sir Frederick Cardew, KCMG. ret. pay S. Lanca- 

J {_ shire Regiment. Free Town. 

Aide de Camp 2nd Lieut. J. F. N. Price, 3 Bn. Bedford Regiment, 23 Oct. 97. 

Garrison Adjutant Lieut. G. Peacocke. West India Regt. Sierra Zeont. 

Commanding Royal Artillery p.s.c. Major A. R. Stuart. Sierra Leon: 

Commanding Royal Engineer 

Senior Medical Officer Surgeon Major J. Hickman. 

District Paymatter Paymaster A. F. H. Cox. 

Gambia. — Governor and Commander in Chief 

Administrator... Robert Baxter Llewellyn, CMG. 

AMERICA. 

CANADA. 

Comprising all the Provinces within and adjacent thereto. 

Governor General of the Dominion of Canada The Right Ron. the Earl of Aberdeen, GCMG. Ottaiea. 

Military Secretary 

Aides de Camp C Captain H. W. Wilberforce, 2 Dragoon Guards, 19 Oct. 95. 
(.Lieut. C. P. Tharp, Rifle Brigade, 30 Oct. 97. 

Zieutenant General G eru a. G. Montgomery Moore, 18 Hussars, 1 June 93. Halifax. 

Assistant Military Secretary and Aide de Camp 

Aide deCamp Capt. Hon. J. G. R. U. Colborne. S. Staffordshire Regt., 1 .Tune 93. 

Commanding the Militia of the Dominion Major General W. J. Gascoigne, 19 Sept. 95. 

Aidede Camp Lieut. A. MacLean, 43 Bn. Ottawa and Carleton Rifles, 10 Oct. 95. 

Assistant Adjutant General Colonel V. Ft. Biscoe (from h.p. N. Lancashire Regt.) 18 Mar. 97. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals f £\«£ Captain V. Seraini Leicester Regiment, 22 Oct. q S 

(. Lt.Colonel A. W. Collard, Array Service Corps, 16 June 96. 
Commanding Royal Artillery {Colonel on the Staff) Colonel H. B. Kingscote, 24 Sept. 96. 

Staff Captain, Royal Artillery Cantain G. S. Duffus, 1 Jan. 96. 

Commanding Royal Engineer 

Chief Ordnance' Officer Lt.Colonel G. R. Atkinson, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster „ Staff Pavmaster D. Creagh. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon'Colonel W. M'Watters. 



io7-8 Staff Abroad. 

NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir Herbert Harley Murray. KCB. 

Aide de Cam p Captain J. H. W. Southey, Berkshire Regiment, i July 96. 

BARBADOES. &c. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. Sir James Shaw Hay, KCMG.. Bridgetown. 

Aide de Camp Captain F. R. Barton. West India Regiment, 23 May 03. 

Colonel on the Staff (with rank of Major General) Colonel R. F. Butler (from h.p. Regimental District). 8 May 95. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals '. f y^.c.LtX'olonel AM Paterson (from ^h.p. Bed lord Regt.), 7 Apr.97. 

•' (. Captain R. E. Hill, Army Service Corps, 3 !Nov. 97. 

Commanding Royal Artillery St. Lucia. 

Commanding Boyal Engineer Lt.Colonel E- Dickinson. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Major J. B. Arehd-.de, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Scan" Paymaster O. M. Johnston. 

Senior Medial Officer Brig.ade'Snrgeon Lt.Colonel P. R. Gabbett. 

ANTIGUA AND LEEWARD ISLANDS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir Francis Fleming, KCMG St. John's. 

Aide de Camp 

Autigua..— Island Secretary ........ .". G. Melville, Esq. CMG St. Johns. 

St. Christopher and Nevis.— Administrator ... T. R. Griffith, Esq. CMG Basseterre. 

Dominica.— Administrator P. A. Templer, Esq. CMG Bosean. 

Montserrat. — Commissioner E. Baynes, Esq Plymouth. 

Virgin Islands. — Commissioner N. G. Cookman, Esq Tortola. 

BAHAMAS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. Sir Gilbert Thomas Carter, KCMG. 2Vassau. 

Aide de Camp 

WINDWARD ISLANDS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. Sir Cornelius Alfred Moloney, KCMG St. George, Grenada. 

St. Vincent. — Administrator Hanv Langhorne Thompson, Esq. CMG Kingstown. 

St. Lucia. — Administering the Government Charles Anthony King-Harm an, Esq. CMG Castries. 

Garrison Adjufa nt 

District Paymaster Paymaster A. F. Pereira. 

BRITISH GUIANA. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. Sir Walter Joseph Sendall, KCMG. George Town. 

Aide de Camp 

HONDURAS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. D. Wilson, Esq. CMG Belize. 

Aide de Camp 



JAMAICA. 

Captain General and Governor in Chief Sir Augustus William Lawson Hemming, KCMG Kingston 

Aridede Camp Captain G. H. P. Codey, 3 Bn. Irish Regimenr, 30 Jan. 95. 

Colonel on the Staff (with rank ofMajyr General) Colonel H. J. Hallowes (from Regimental District), 19 Dec. 04. 

(p.s.c. Lt.Colonel H. E. C. Kitchener (trom h.p. Duke of Corn- 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant Gentrals 1 wall's Light Infantry), 17 Dec. 03. 

(.p.s.c. Captain R. H. L. Warner. Army Service Corps, 23 Oct. 95. 

Garrison Adjutant Captain F. B. Morlcy, West India Regiment, 27 Oct. 9^. 

Com nanding Boyal Artillery Maior E. A. Smith. 

Commanding Boyal Engineer Lt.Colonel A. R. F. Donvard, DSO. 

Chief Ordnance Officer^ Major R. Crawford, Army Ordnante Department. 

District Paymaster Sta'lT Paymaster T. C. A. Fox. 

Senior Medical Officer Brigade'Surgeon Lt.Colonel E. H. Joynt, MD. 

TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir Hubert Edward Henry Jerningham, KCMG. ..Port of Spain. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. A. D. C'hampicn, 21 Lancers, 2 June 97. 

Tobago. — Commissioner W. Love, Esq. 

TURKS AND C&.ICOS ISLANDS. 
Commissioner E. J. Cameron, Esq Grand Turk. 

BERMUDA. 

Governor and Commander in Chief p.s.c. Lt. General G. D. Barker, CB., 24 June 96. 

Assistant Military Secretary and Aide de Camp.. . <*■»•«• Captain H. O. D. Hickman, Inniskillmg Fusiliers, 

■* * y (. 24 June 90. 
Aidede Camp , Lieut. H. E. Piatt, Gloucester Res-iment, 13 Mar. 97. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals f *■"■ j^ , ^ ^V^f (l ' r0n I h ' p .- S „ C £ ts F o usill e rs >. 7 *0V. 94. 

- " (.Lt.Colonel ^V. R. Winter. Army bervice Corps, 31 May 94. 

Commanding Boyal Artillery jj.s.e. Lt.Colonel J. C. Daltim. 

Commanding Boyal Engineer Lt.Colonel E. J. Bor. 

Chief Ordnance Officer Lt.Colonel R. T. Stainforth, Army Ordnance Department. 

District Paymaster Staff Paymaster F. G. Hamley. 

Senior Medical Ojficer Brigade Surgeon Lt.Colonel G. D. N. Leake. 

FALKLAND ISLANDS. 
Governor and Commander in Chief William Grey-Wilson, Esq. CMG Stanley. 



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REGIMENTAL DISTRICT STAFF. 



KTf} I Regimental District, GLENCORSE. Counties, Edinburgh, Peebles, Haddington Berwick, 

Xl(J. Xa Linlithgow. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — William. A. Bridge, 25 Feb. 93; Colonel, 21 June S7. 
Territorial Regiment, Royal Scots (1 F. and Edinburgh Militia).— Volunteers, The Queen's Rifle Volunteer 
Brigade, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th Volunteer Battalions Royal Scots. 

^Tr» O Regimental District, GUILDFORD. County, Fart of Surrey. 

XM U, £1 . Lieutenant Colonel.— Charles P. Lawson, 25 Mar. 93 ; Colonel, 29 Sept. 90. 

Territorial Regiment, West Survey Rest. (2 F. and 2nd Surrey Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th 
Volunteer Battalions West Surrey Regiment. 

N/-v Q Regimental District, CANTERBURY. County. Part of Kest. 

*-'■ *J. Lieutenant Colonel.— Waldron E. R. Kelly, 1 Nov. 95 ; Colonel. 1 July 95. 

Territorial Regiment, East Kent Regiment (3 F. and East Kent Militia). — Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Volunteer 
Battalions East Kent Regiment. 

"M"p> A Regimental District, LANCASTER. County, Part ofL.lNCASHiRE. 

il U. t£. Lieutenant Colonel.— p.s.c. Edward R. P. Woodgate, Cli. 2j Sept. 97; Colonel, 26 June 97. 

Territorial Regiment, Lancaster Regt. (4 F. and 1st Lancashire Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, Volunteer Battalion 
Lancaster Regiment. 

°^T/-\ C> Regimental District, NEWCASTLE. Counties, Northumberland, Durham. 
LN U . \J . Lieutenant Colonel.— Russell Upcher, CB. DSO. 8 April 94 ; Colonel, 9 June 86. 

Territorial Regiment, Northumberland Fusiliers (5 F. and Northumberland Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, and 
3rd Volunteer Battalions Northumberland Fusiliers. 

'M'y-j fi Q Territorial Regiment, Durham Light Infantry (68 F. and 106 F. and 1st and 2nd Durham Militia) 
J-H \J > vU. — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Volunteer Battalions Durham Light Infantry. 

TO- O Regimental District, WARWICK. County, Warwick. 

JLN O, O. Lieutenant Colonel. — Edward Nesbitt, 30 July 95 ; Colonel, 25 May 94. 

Territorial Regiment, Royal Warwickshire Regt. (6 F. and 1st ami 2nd Warwick Militia). — Volunteers, 1st and 
2nd Volunteer Battalions Royal Warwickshire Regiment. 

"VJ" rj Regimental District, HOUNSLOW. County, Middlesex, and Metropolitan. 

J.N Oi I • Lieutenant Colonel. — Gardiner F. Guyon, 28 Nov- 97; Colonel, 11 Dec. 95. 

Territorial Regiment, 1,2,3, 4 a7id$ Bns. Royal Fusiliers (7 if. and Westminster, London, and South Middlesex 
Miiitia).— Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, and 31-a Volunteer Battalions Royal Fusiliers. 

VT n fT t~7 Territorial Regiment, Middlesex Regt. (57 F. and 77 F. and East Middlesex and 5th Middlesex 
■LNU. \J I • Militia).— Volunteers, 3rd Middlesex, 2nd Vol. Bn. Middlesex Regt., i 7 ch Middlesex. 

"VT- Q Regimental District, WARRINGTON. County, Part o/Lancashire. 
XN U. O. Lieutenant Colonel. — Edward J. H. Spratt, 27 Oct. 97 ; Colonel, 2 Mar. 95. 

Territorial Regiment, Liverpool Regt. (8 F. and 2nd Lancashire Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 

and 6th Volunteer Battalions Liverpool Regiment (7th Volunteer liattalion Liverpool Regiment attached 

to 6th). 

"VT_ A_C\ Territorial Regiment, South Lancashire Regt. (40 F. and 82 F. and 4th Lancashire Militia). — 
J.N O ■ ^t \J • Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Volunteer Battalions South Lancashire Regiment. 

"j^T _ Q Regimental District, NORWICH. County, Norfolk. 

■LN CJ . i? . Lieutenant Colonel. — Gerard S. Burton, 26 Mar. 95 ; Colonel. 6 Jan. 04. 

Territorial Regiment, Norfolk Regt. (9 F. 4r 1st Sr 2nd Norfolk Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, % 4th Volunteer 
Battalions Norfolk Regiment. 

"NTo 1 Regimental District, LINCOLN. County, Lincoln. 

" vJi J. \J . Lieutenant Colonel. — p.s.c. Archibald Glen, 17 Apr. 94 : Colonel, rS June 90. 

Territorial Regiment, Lincolnshire Regt. (10 F. and N. and S. Lincoln Militia). — Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Volunteer 
Battalions Lincolnshire Regiment. 

"Wo "11 'Regimental District, EXETER. County, Devonshire. 

"" *-'" -«- J-. Lieutenant Colonel. — Richard Leigh, 1 June 95 ; Colonel. iS Nov. 86. 

Territorial Regiment, Devonshire Regiment (11 F. and 2nd and 1st Devon Midtia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 
4th, and 5th Volunteer Battalions Devonshire Regiment. 

"M"^-. "I Q Regimental District, BURY ST. EDMUNDS. Counties, Suffolk, Cambridgb. 

■*■> KJ. JL^I. Lieutenant Colonel.— Hon. Henry W. L. Corry, 13 May 95 ; Colonel, 29 Aug. 87. 

Territorial Regiment, Suffolk Regt. (12 F. and WestSutfolk and Cambridge Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 
and 4th Volunteer Battalions Suffolk Regiment. 

■M'p. 1 O Regimental District, TAUNTON. County, Somerset. 

•*■ ' *-* ■ AOi Lieutenant Colonel. — Robert B. Cotton, 4 June 96 ; Colonel, 25 May 94. 

Territorial Regiment, Somersetshire Light Infantry (13 V. Jr 1 Je 2 Somerset Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2ui, and 
3rd Volunteer Battalions Somersetshire Light Infantry. 

"M"^ 14. Regimental Di.tr ct, YORK. County, Part of West Riding op York. 
"*■'*-'■ J- "• Lieutenant Colonel. — Fred. W. Harington, 1 Apr. 93; Colonel, 7 Mar. 90. 

Territorial Regiment, West Yorkshire Regt. (14 F. and 2nd and 4th West York Militia), 3 Bn. Yorkshire Regt. 
(attached). — Volunteers, ist, 2nd, and 3rd Volunteer Battalions West Yorkshire Regiment. 

"M"pj 1 C Regimental District, BEVERLEY. Cosiify, East Eidisg of Tout. 
- L "'-'. J-<->. Lieutenant Colonel.— Douglas C. De Wend, 19 Dec. 94 ; Colonel, 6 Oct. 90. 

Territorial Regiment, East Yorkshire Regt. (15 F. and East York Militia). — Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Volunteer 
Battalions East Yorkshire Regiment. 

"^T/-\ "I Cy Regimental District, BEDFORD. Counties, Huntingdon, Bedford, Hertford. 

"■ ' '-' ■ J- " ' Lieutenant Colonel. — Sir G. A. do Hochepied-Larpent, 1 Sept. 97 ; Colonel, 1 July 9,. 

Territorial Regiment, Bedfordshire Regt. (16 F. and Bedford and Hertford Militia), 5 Bn. King's Royal Rifles 
{attached).— Volunteers, is'., 2nd and 3rd Volunteer Battalions Bedfordshire Regiment. 



I io Regimental District Staff. 

"W"/-\ 17 Regimental District, LEICESTER. Counties, Nottingham, Leicester. 
■ '"■ J. »■ Lieutenant Colonel. — William M. Rolph, 4 Mar. 96 ; Colonel, 25 May 94. 

Territorial Regiment, Leicestershire Regt. (17 F. and Leicestershire Militia). — Volunteers, 1st Volunteer 
Eattalion Leicestershire Regiment. 

KT/-v ] Q Regimental District, CLONMEL. Counties, Kilkenny, Tipperaky, Wexford, Wateefohd. 
A^IV. J-O. Lieutenant Colonel.— 

Territorial Regiment, Royal Irish Regiment (18 F. and Wexford, North Tipperary, and Kilkenny Militia) . 

"N"/~k I Q Regimental District, RICHMOND (Yorkshire). Co»»fj, Nobih EiriKG o? Yoek. 
4" ' "« A J7 • Lieutenant Colonel.— p.s.c. Arthur Wilkinson, 25 Mar. 95 ; Colonel, 6 Jan. 94. 

Territorial Regiment, Yorkshire Regt. (19 F. and 5th W. York u«ci North York Militia) . — Volunteers, 1st and 2nd 
Volunteer Battalions Yorkshire Regiment. 

V« QA Regimental District, WRY. County, Pari ' o/Lancashibe. 

•VN *Ji £i\J 1 Lieutenant Colonel. — John L. Ross, 30 June qG ; Colonel, 10 Sept. 94. 

Territorial Regiment, Lancashire Fusiliers (20 F. and 7th Lancashire Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd and 3rd 
Volunteer Battalions Lancashire Fusiliers. 

*M"/-w OT Regimental District, AYR. Counties, Aye, Wigtown, Kirkcudbright. 
J-'"' *5lJ.i Lieutenant Colonel. — Edmund C. Browne, 5 Nov. 95 ; Colonel, 1 July 95. 

Territorial Regiment, Eoya.l Scots Fusiliers (21 F. and Scottish Borderers, und Ayr and Wigtown Militia).— 
Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Volunteer Battalions Scots Fusiliers, Galloway. 

*NTr> 90 Regimental District, CHESTER. County, Cheshire. 

"■'wi ^l^lm Lieutenant Colonel. — William B. Butlin, 30 Aug. 94 ; Colonel, 21 April 90. 

Territorial Regiment. Cheshire Regt. (22 F. and 1st and 2nd Cheshire Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 
5th Volunteer Battalions Cheshire Regiment. 

"^T_ O O Regimental District, WREXHAM. Co««fies, Anglesea.Carnarton, Denbigh, Flint, Merioneth. 
• 'wi jCtCj, Lieutenant Colonel. — p.s.c. Edward S. Creek, 1 Aug. 97 ; Colonel, 26 May 90. 

Territorial Regiment, Royal Welsh Fusiliers (23 F.and Denbigh and Flint and Merioneth and Carnarvon Militia). 
— Volunteers, 1st, 2nd and 3rd Volunteer Battalions Royal Welsh Fusiliers. 

^^"/-j Q.4. Regimental District, BRECON. Counties, Cardigan, Radnor, Brecon, Monmouth, Montgomees 

■" "■ " A^ Lieutenant Colonel. — DUE Edward S. Browne, 8 Apr. 97; Colonel, 8 Apr. 97. 

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. 

*N"o OR Regimental District, BERWICK-ON-TWEED. Counties, Dumfries, Roxburgh, Selkirk. 
■*"^ '■'• £t\J m Lieutenant Colonel. — Vemor Chater, 1 Apr. 95 ; Colonel, 6 Jan. 94. 

Territorial Regiment, King's Own Scottish Borderers (25 F. and Scottish Borderers Militia). — Volunteers, iBt 
Roxburgh and Selkirk, 2nd and 3rd Volunteer Battalions King's Own Scottish Borderers. 



"NTr» *J f\ Regimental District, HAMILTON. County, Part of Lanark. 
-L^l KJ. £1 \> . Lieutenant Colonel— John R. Mecham, 17 V 



- , Mar. 97 ; Colonel, 15 Dec. 94. 
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. 

"MT/-v 71 Territorial Regiment, Highland Lt. Inf. (71 F. and 74 F. and 1st Lanark Mil.) . — Volunteers, 1st, 
"■•"U. « J-. 2nd, and 3rd Vol. Bns. Highland Lt. Inf., 9th Lanarkshire, 5th Vol. Bn. Highland Lt. Inf. 

^0"/~j Q(7 Regimental District, OMA.GH. Counties, Londonderry, Donegal, Tyrone, Fermanagh. 
*■ ' *"'■ *" ' ■ Lieutenant Colonel. — p.s.c. Mackenzie Churchill, 31 May 97 ; Colonel, 6 Jan. 94. 

Territorial Regiment, Inniskiliing Fus. (27 F. and 108 F. and Fermanagh, Tyrone and Donegal Militia). 

"NTn Qft Regimental District, BRISTOL. County, Gloucester. 

•""■ flOi Lieutenant Colonel. — Frederic J. Curtin, 5 Jan. 97 ; Colonel, 1 July 95. 

Territorial Regiment, Gloucestershire Regt. (28 F. and 61 F. and South and >.orth Gloucester Militia).— 
Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Volunteer Battalions Gloucestershire Regiment. 

"NT*") OQ Regimental District, WORCESTER. County, Worcestershire. 

A^l \J ■ dU ij . Lieutenant Colonel. — Henrv J. de B. de Berniere, 9 July 95 .J Colonel, 6 Jan. 94. 

Territorial Regiment, Worcester Regt. (29 F. a.id' 36 F. u«d Worcestei Militia). — Volunteers, inland 2nd Volunteer 
Battalions Worcester Regiment. 

"W"/-) Qf) Regimental District, BURNLEY. County, Part of Lancashire. 

■*■" '-'■ *->*_/ . Lieutenant Colonel.— p.s.c. Metualfe S. Brownrigg, 30 Nov. 96 ; Colonel, 30 Nov. 96. 

Territorial Regiment, E. Lancashire Regt. (30 F. i; 59 F. 4" 5th Lancashire Militia). — \ olunteers, 1st and 2nd 
Volunteer Battalions East Lancashire Regt. 

"M"/-n Q] Regimental District, KINGSTON. County, Part of Surrey. 

m* *"'•*■■ Lieutenant Colonel.— Robert W. F. Phillips, 14 Dec. 96 ; Colonel, t 4 Dec. 93. 
Territorial Regiment, East Surrey Regt. (31 F. and-jo F. o«d 1st a»<2 3rd Surrey Militia). — Volunteers, 1st Surrey, 
2nd, 3rd, and '4th Volunteer Battalions East Surrey Regiment. 

"M"/-j QO Regimental District, BODMIN. Countv, Cornwall. 

ir " *"*^ 1 " lieutenant Colonel.— Charles E. Knox" 29 July 95 ; Colonel, 9 Dec. 89. 

Territorial Regiment, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry (32 F. and 46 F. and Cornwall Rangers Militia).— 
J o.untccrs, 1st and 2nd Volunteer Battalions Duke of Cornwall's Light Iniantry. 

T^"fv OO Regimental 'District, HALIFAX. County, Part of West Riding or York. 
A '«' OO. Lieutenant Colonel. — Almeric G. Spencer, 27 Jan. 96; Colonel, 21 Apr. 90. 

Territorial Regiment, Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regt. (33 F. and 76 F. and 6th West York Militia).— 
Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd Volunteer Battalions West Riding Regiment. 

JT r\ 55A Regimental District, CARLISLE. Counties, Cumberland, Westmorrland. 
m' ■ ,' lieutenant Colonel.— James F. Hilton, 27 Aig. 93; Colonel, 2 Sept. 89. 

territorial Regiment, The Border Regt. (34 F. and 55 F. and Cumberland a,id Westmoreland Militia).— Volun- 
teers, 1st und 2nd Volunteer Battalions Border Regiment. 

TJV> !3R Regimental District, CHICHESTER. County, Sussex. 

y " ., VV Lieutenant Colonel.— Wilfred Tolson, 3 Nov. 93 ; Colonel, 6 Aug. 88. 

Jerntortal Regiment The Royal Sussex Regiment (35 F. and 107 F. </ K d Sussex Militia).— Fo^a«r«r», 1st and 2 n£ 
volunteer Battalions Royal Sussex Regiment, 1st Cinque Ports. 






Regimental District Staff. 



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VT on Regimental District, WINCHESTER. County, Hampshire. 

JM O. Oli Lieutenant Colonel.— p.s.c. Francis Cochran, 12 Apr. 96; Colonel, 21 Apr. 90. 

Territorial Regiment, Hampshire Regt. (37 F. ««<! 67 P. «»<i Hampshire Militia)— r«J»«t««. *st, 2nd, 3rd, 4U1, 
an.Z 5th (Isle of Wight " Princess Beatrice's ") Volunteer Battalions Hampshire Regiment. 

■\T QO Regimental District, LICHFIELD. County of Stafford. 

XX O. UO. Lieutenant Colonel— John E. H. Prior, 20 Uct. 95; Colonel, 11 Feb. 95. 

Territorial Regiment, South Staffordshire Regt. (38 F. o«<i 80 F. and 1 Stafford .Militia).— Volunteer*, 1st, and, 
ii»iZ 3rd Volunteer Battalions South Staffordshire Regiment. 




vr CA Territorial Regiment, North Staffordshire Regt. (64 F. and 98 F. and 2nd and 3rd Stafford 

.IN O. O^t. Militia)!— Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Volunteer Battalions North Staffordshire Regiment. 

TSj_ OQ Regimental District, DORCHESTER. County, Dokset. 

XX U. Of, Lieutenant Colonel. — Sdward A. Brind, 1 Apr. 97 ; Colonel, 16 Mar. 93. 

Territorial Regiment, Dorsetshire Regt. (39 h'.aud 54 F. and Dorset Militia). — Volunteers, 1st Volunteer Battalion 
Dorsetshire Regiment. 

"\T/-\ /L"\ Regimental District, CARDIFF. Counties, Pembroke, Carmarthen, Glamorgan. 
XX O. TEX , Lieutenant Colonel.— Henry B. MacCall, CB. 8 Apr. 97; Colonel, 1 July 95. 

Territorial Regiment, Welsh Regt. (41 F. and 69 F. and Glamorgan Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd 
Volunteer Battalions Welsh Regiment, 3rd Glamorganshire. 

"NT/~» A.O Regimental District, PERTH. Counties, Forfar, Perth, Fife. 

XX O. TlZdU. Lieutenant. Colmel.— p.s.c. Arch. G. Wavell, 23 July 95 ; Colonel, 20 Aug. 94. 

Territorial Regiment, Royal Highlanders (42 F. andTi F. and Pertu Militia). — Volunteers, ist, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 
and 6th Volunteer Battalions Royal Highlanders. 

"VT.^ /LQ Regimental District, OXFORD. Counties, Oxford, Bocks. 

XX O. iO • Lieutenant Colonel. — Ho.vard Kingscote, 24 Aug. 95 ; Colonel, 20 May S9. 

Territorial Regiment, Oxford Light Infantry (43 F. and 52 F. ami Bucks on<i Oxford .Militia). — Volunteers, isi 

umZ 2nd Volunteer Battalions Oxford Light Infantry, 1st Buckinghamshire, 4th Volunteer Battalion Oxford 

Light Infantry. 

XT A A Regimental District, WARLEY. County, Essex. 

X\ O. jfi. Lieutenant Colonel. — Edward H. G. Ravenhill, 16 Apr. 95 ; Colonel, 6 Jan. 94. 

Territorial Regiment, Essex Regt. (44 F. and 56 F. and Essex Rifles and West Essex Militia). — Volunteers, isS, 
2nd, 3rd, and 4th Volunteer Battalions Essex Regiment. 

■I, 6 Jan. 94. 

Derby Mi itia, Sherwood Foresters.— 

st Nottingham, 4th (Notts) Volunteer 

•jkT A\y7 'Regimental District, PRESTON '. County, Part ^/"Lancashire. 

XX O. Jl I • Lieutenant Colonel. — Jatneo MOleverty, 21 July 93 ; Colonel, 4 Aug. 85. 

Territorial Regiment, North Lancashire Regt. (47 J?, ir 81 F. <f- 3 Lancashire Militia).— Volunteers, ist and and 
Volunteer Battalions North Lancashire Regiment. 

vr /IQ Regimental District, NORTHAMPTON. Counties, Northampton, Rutland. 

XN O. ^fcO ■ Lieutenant Colonel. — Allan Maclean, 21 Apr. 94 ; Colonel, 20 May 89. 

Territorial Regiment, Northampton Regt. (48 F. and 58 F. and Northampton and Rutland Militia). — Volunteers, 
ist Volunteer Battalion Northampton Regiment. 

"NT-. ^.Q Regimental District, READING. County, Bkrkshire. 

X^i \J m TI ijt ■ Lieutenant Colonel. — Edward T. Dickson, 1 May 97 ; Colonel, 30 Apr. 95. 

Territorial. Regiment, Royal Berkshire Regiment (49 F. and 66 F. and Berks Militia). — Volunteers, ist Volunteer 
Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment. 

'l^T G\(\ 'Regimental District, MAIDSTONE. County, Part of Kest. 

XN O. Uv/i Lieutenant Colonel. — Win. Head Bayly, 12 July 94; Colonel, 2; Dec. 89. 

'Territorial Reaiment, Royal West Kent Regiment (50 F. and 97 F. and West Kent Militia). — Volunteers, ist r 2nd, 
and 3rd (Woolwich) Volunteer Battalions Royal West Kent Regiment. 

^"KT-. r--| Regimental Diit rid, PONTEFRACT, County, West Riding of Yorkshire. 
XX O. ULi Lieutenant Colonel. — William Clark, 1 Apr. 97 ; Colonel, 27 July 95. 

Territorial Reaiment, Tue King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry (51 F. and 105 F. and i W.York Militia). — Volun- 
teers, ist Volunteer Battalion Yorkshire Light Infantry. 

"NT.-. O C Territorial Regiment, York and Lancaster Regt. (65 F.a«^84 F. <zh(2 3rd Wes-t York Militiai. — 
XX Oi O «J ■ Volunteers, ist a»<2 2nd Volunteer Battalions York and Lancaster Regiment. 

N CO Regimental District, SHREWSBURY. Counties, Shropshire and Herbfohd. 

O. 0*J. Lieutenant Colonel. — p.s.c. Francis W. Robinson, 1 Nov. 97 ; Colonel, 19 Aug. 97. 
Territorial Kegiment, Shropshire Light Infantry (53 F. and 85 F. and Shropshire and Hereford Mililia),, — Volun- 
teers, ist and 2nd Volunteer Battalions Shropshire Light Infantry, ist Herefordshire. 

"NT.- CO Regimental District, DEVIZES. County, Wiltshire. 

X'l O. O ^J . p.s.c. Lieutenant Colonel.— p.s.c. John Boughey, 7 Dec. 96; Colonel, 28 Oct. 85. 

Territorial Regiment, Wiltshire Regt. (62 F. u«<2 99 F. anil Wiltshire MiUtia). — Volunteers, 1 Wiltshire, 2nd Volun- 
teer Battalion Wiltshire Regiment. 

T^l"_ £5*2 Regimental District, ASHTON. County, Part of Lancashire. 
XXv~/« UO, Lieutenant Colonel. — Robert C. Granule, 12 July 93 ; Colonel, 12 July 93. 

Territorial Regiment, Manchester Regt. (63 F.and 96 F. «»d! 6th Lancashire Militia). — Volunteers, ist, 2nd, 3rd, 
4th, 5th, and 6tii Volunteer Battalions Manchester Reg'ment. 

T^T_ I7Q Regimental District, FORT GEORGE. Counties, Orkney and Shetland, Sutherland, Caithness, 
I1U1 I ^-l ■ Ross and Cromarty, Inverness, Nairn and Elgin. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — William Gordon, 6 June 94 ; Colonel, n July 90. 
Territorial Regiment, Seaforth Highlanders (72 F. and 78 F. and Highlaud Rifle Militia). — Volunteers, ist Vol. 
Bn. Seaforth Highlanders, ist Sutherland. 3rd Vol. Bn. Seaforth Highlanders. 



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Regime?ital District Staf. 



"M"/-» 7^ Regimental District, ABERDEEN. 
J-* "• i \J • Lieutenant Colonel. — Thomas S. C 



No. 79. 



Counties, Aberdeen, Banff. Kincardine. 
. Gildea, i Apr. 97; Colonel, 14 Feb. 95. 
Territorial Regiment, Gordon Highlanders (75 F. and 92 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. — William Gordon, 6 June 94; Colonel, 11 July 90. 
Territorial Regiment. Cameron Highlanders (79 F. and Highland Light Infantry Militia). — Volunteers, 1st 
Volunteer Battalion Cameron Highlanders. 

Regimental District, BELFAST. Counties, Antrim, Down. 
Lieutenant Colonel. — Francis J. Graves. 21 Sept. 95 ; Colonel, 15 June 89. 
Territorial Regiment, Royal Irish Rifles (83 F. and 86 F. and N. Down, Antrim, S. Down, and Louth Militia). 



No. 83. 



"^JT/~. Q iy Regimental District, ARMAGH. Counties, Cavan, Monagean, Armagh, Louth. 
■""■ Of. Lieutenant Colonel. — p.s.c. William Toke Duonev, 19 Apr. 94 ; Colonel, 29 Aug. 93. 

Territorial Regiment, Royal Irish Fusiliers (87 F. and 89 F. and Armagh, Cavan, and Monaghan Militia). 

"M^/-\ QQ Regimental District, GALW AY. Counties, Leitrim, Sligc, Roscommon, Mayo, Galway. 
J-» ". OO. Lieutenant Colonel. — Adrien S. Woods, 12 Apr. 96 ; Colonel, 12 Apr. 05. 

Territorial Regiment, Connaught Rangers (88 F. undg4.~F. and South and .Norm Mayo, Galway, un<Z Roscommon 
Militia). 

"NT/-) Ql Regimental District, STIRLING. Counties, Kinross and Clackmannan, Stirling, Dumbarton, 
J-T| C Cf±. akqtll, Bute, Renfrew. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — 
Territorial Regiment, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (91 F. and 93 F. and Highland Borderers and Renfrew- 
Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Volumeer Battalions Argyll a. Sutherland Highlanders, 1st 
Dumbarton, 7th Volunteer Battalion Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders. 

"N"n 1 OO Regimental District, BIRR. Counties, Meath, Westmeath, Longford, King's Co., Queen's Co. 
A ' ~" _J.V/VJ. Lieutenant Colonel.- George W. N. Rogers. 17 Feb. 05; Colonel. 18 Nov. 86. 

Territorial Regiment, Prin co of Wales' Leinster Regt. (10c F. and 109 F. and King's County, Queen's County 
and Meath Militia), 6 and 9 Bns. Rifle Brigade {attached). 
"Nfo 1 Ol Regimental District, TRALEE. Counties, Limerick, Kerry, Cork, Clare. 
, " .'■'■'■■ Lieutenant Coloirel. — David G. Johnston, 29 July 96 ; Colonel, 26 Mar. 95. 
Territorial Regiment, Royal Munster Fusiliers (ici F. and 104 F. and South Cork, Kerry, and Limerick 
County Militia), 9 Bn. King's Royal Rifles (attached) . 

"NI f> 1 0(? Regimental District, NAAS. Counties, Dublin, Wicklow, Kildare, Carlow. 
"*[ ' /7 ■ Xw^. Lieutenant Colonel. — Charles G. Leggett, 20 June 94 ; Colonel, 29 Sept. 90. 

Territorial Regiment, Royal Dublin Fusiliers (102 F. and 103 F. and Kildare, Dublin City, and Dublin County 
Militia), 8 Bn. King's Royal Rifles (attached). 
I Rifle Depot, GOSPORT (temp.) 

Lieutenant Colonel. — Henry D. Browne, 25 May 94 ; Colonel, 25 May 94. 
Quarter Master.— Thomas Riley, 8 Feb. 88; Ron. Captain, 27 Sept. 92. 
Line Battalions, 1st to 9th Bns. King's Roya'l Rifles (60 F. and Huntingdon. 2nd Middlesex, Carlow, and 
North Cork Militia). — Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 4th ( 14th attached), 5th 19th attached), 12th (25th and 26th attached), 
13th, zist, and 22nd Middlesex, 1st, 2nd. and 3rd London. 
Line Battalions, 1st to oth Bus. Rifle Brigade (Ritie Brigade and Queen's Own Tower Hamlets, Longford, 
King's Own Tower Hamlets, and Westmeath llilitia). — Volunteers, 7th, 15th, 16th, iSth, iglh, 20th and 
\ 24th Middlesex, 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; 4th Bn. Royal Fusiliers. Volunteers: 15th and 24th Middle- 
sex, ist, 2nd, and 3rd London, ist and 2nd Tower Hamlets. 

Command of Lt. Colonel Coldstream Guards.— Militia : 7th Bn. King's Royal Rifles. Volunteers: ist, 16th, 
18th, 19th, 21st, and 22nd Middlesex. 

Command of Lt. Colonel Scots Guard's.— Militia ; 5th and 7 th Bns. Rifle Brigade. Volunteers: 2nd, 4th (14th 
attacked), 5th (9th attached), 7th, 12th (25th and 26th attached), 13th and 20th Middlesex. 

Guards' Depot. — Caterham. 
Officer Commanding. — Captain C. A. A. Frederick, Coldstream Guards, 1 Aug. 97. 
Adjutant. — Lieut. R. Longueville, Coldstream Guards, 1 Nov. 96. 
Quarter Master. — Frederick Walker, 13 Jan. 97 : Hon. Lieut. 

West India Depot. 
Officer Commanding. — Chas. F. W. Moir, 9 Sept. 96 ; Colonel, 3 Dec. 94. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF B2GIMENTAL DISTRICT STATIONS. 



Aberdeen 75 

Armagh 87 

Ashton 63 

Ayr 21 

Bedford 16 

Belfast 83 

Berwick-on-Tweed 25 

Beverley 15 

Birr 100 

Bodmin 32 

Brecon 24 

Bristol 28 

Burnley 30 

Bury 20 

Bury St. Edmunds 12 

Canterbury 3 



Cardiff 41 1 

Carlisle 34 

Chester 22 j 

Chichester 35] 

Clonmel 18 

Derby 41 

Devizes 62 

Dorchester 39 

Exeter 11 

Fort George 72 

Galway 88 

Glencorse 1 

Guildford 2 

Halifax 33 

Hamilton 26, 71 

Hounslow 7,57 



Inverness .. 79 

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, 05 



Preston 47 

Reading 49 

Rh-hmond (Yorks.) ... 19 

Rifle Depot page 111 

Shrewsbury 53 

Stirling 91 

Taunton 13 

Tralee :oi 

Warley 44 

Warrington 40 

Warwick 6 

Winchester 37 

Worcester 29 

Wrexham 23 

York 



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Tower of London. 



Constable, General Sir Daniel Lysons, GCB. Derbyshire 

Regiment, 24 Mar. 90. 
Lieut. Lt.Gener.al G. Clerk, CB. 5 Jan. 97. 
M'jjor^ Lieut-General G. IS, Milman, CB. 29 Aug. 70. 



Chaplain, Rev. J. C. Edghill, DD. t Apr. 87; Chaplai 

General. 
Medical Officer, Surgeon Captain F.J. Morgan, 3 Feb. 97 



EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENTS. 



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Royal Military College, Sandhurst. 

President.— Field Marshal G. J. J'isct. Wolseley,' EP. 

GCB. G CMG. Roy alHorse Guards, Commander in Chief . 

Governor and Commandant. — p.s.c Lieut.General Sir 

C. J. East, KCB. 19 Dee. 93. 
Assistant Commandant and Secretary (with rank of Lt. 
Colonel) — Major J. S. Talbot, Shropshire Light In- 
fantry, 22 Jan. 97. 
Quarter Master. — Thomas King Bunting, t Apr. 91 

(1 Apr. 84 ) ; Hon. Captain, 1 Apr. 94. 
Riding Master. — Hugh Ernest Elliott, 30 Sept. 74 (30 

May 95) ; Son. Major, 30 May 95. 
Surgeon. — Brig. Surg. A. F. S. Clarke, MD. retired pay, 

iSept. 82. 
Assist. Surg.— 'Brig. Surg. F. Gillespie, MD. retired 

pay, 1 Aug. 9=. 
Chaplain. — Rev. A. J. Townend, MA. 15 Sept. 94. 

Military Professors and Instructors. 
Professor of Fortification.— -Major W. H. Chippindall, 
Royal Engineers, 1 Oct. 92. 

Instructors in Fortification. 
Captain W. K. Bolton. Wiltshire Regiment, 1 Sept. 92. 
Major A. F. Mockler-Ferryman, Oxford Lt. Inf. 17 Dec. 02. 
Captain F. W. D. Quinton, Royal Artillery, 1 Apr. 96. 
p.s.c. Capt. J. L. Armitage, Inniskilling Fus. 27 June 96. 
Captain C. Moore, Berkshire Regiment, 25 Aug. 97. 
Captain Sir C. Cuyler, Bart. Oxford Light Infantry, 

25 Aug. 97. 
Professor of Military Topography .—p.s.c. Lt.Colonel 
W. W. C. Verner (from h.p. Sine Brigade), 1 Sept. 96. 
Instructors in Military Topography. 
Captain R. Armstrong, Cheshire Regiment, 6 Oct. 90. 
Major J. R. Young, East York Regiment, 8 Oct. 91. 
p.s.c. Captain C. M. Lester, W. York Rest. 1 Sept. 92. 
Captain B. W. S. Van Straubenzee, South Wales Bor- 
derers, 1 Sept. 92. 
Captain T. R. R. Ward, West York Regt. n May 95. 
p. s.c. Captain L. Conway-Gordon, R. Mar. Art. 29 Aug. 96. 
p.s.c. Captain L. A. H. Hamilton, York Lt.lnfantry, 

27 Jan. 97. 
p.s.c. Captain N. W. Cuthbertson, Royal Highlanders, 

25 Aug. 97. 
Professor of Tactics, Military Administration and Law. 
p.s.c. Colonel J. A. Fergusson (from h.p. Ritle Brigade), 

1 Sept. 93. 
Instructors in Tactics, Military Administration and Lam. 
. p.s.c. Major C. G. Morrison, 1 Dragoons, 1 Jan. 91. 
p.s.c. Captain P. Wildman-Lushington, King's Own 

Scottish Borderers, 13 Feb. 93. 
p.s.c. CaptainB. R. James, East Surrey Regt. 1 Sept. 93. 
p.s.c. Captain S. T. Banning, Munster Fus. 1 Feb. 96. 
p.s.c. Captain J. S. Knox, E. York Regiment, 27 Jan. 97. 
p.s.c. Captain C. M. De Gruyther, Suffolk Regiment. 

Royal Military Academy at Woolwich. 

President. — Field Marshal G. J. Visct. Wolseley, KP. 
GCB. GCMG. Royal Horse Guards, Commander in 
Chief. 

Governor and Commandant (with rank of Maior Gene- 
ral) .—Colonel F. T. Lloyd, CB. (from Royal Artil- 
lery), 1 Aug. 97. 

Assistant Commandant and Secretary. — Lt.Colonel F. A. 
Yorke (from Royal Artillery), 1 Nov. 95. 

Lieutenants of a Company of Gentlemen Cadets. 

Lieut. H. Coninghain, Royal Artillery, 77 Oct. 92. 

Lieut. H. B. Roberts, Royal Artillery, 8 Apr. 95. 

Lieut. C. G. Vereker, Royal Artillery, 3 Jan. 96. 

Adjutant 4- Qr. Master. — Captain A. Handley, Royal 
Artillery, 26 Feb. 94. |_ T 5 Feb. 90. 

Surgeon.— Surg.Lt.Colonel W.C. Gasteen, MB., ret. pay, 

Professor of Mathematics and Mechanics. — H. Hart, MA. 
14 Mar. 91 (14 Mar. 84). 

Instructors of Mathematics. 

W. Foord Kelcey, BA. 21 Apr. 93 (27 Apr. 86). 

E. J. Brook-Sm'ith, BA. LLM. i Mar. 89. 

C. S. Jackson, BA. 17 Mar. 91. 

W. E. Brunj'ate, 29 Jan. 96. 

P rofessor of Fortification and Geometrical Drawing. 

Major W. D. Conner, Royal Engineers, 25 July 93. 
Instructors of Fortification and Geometrical Drawing. 

Captain A. Grant, Royal Engineers, 1 April 92. 

Captain E. H. de V. Atkinson, fi. Engineers, 15 Jan. 96. 

Lieut. F. G. Guggisberg, R. Engineers, 27 Jan. 97. 

Captain B. R. Ward, Royal Engineers, 10 Aug. 97. 
Professor of Artillery . 

Major F. A. Curteis, R. Artillery, 15 Sept. 93 (29 Feb. 88). 
Instructors of Artillery . 

Captain F. H. Crampton, Royal Artillery, 15 Sept. 93. 

Major S. B. Von Donop, Royal Artillery, 1 March 95. 

Captain C. C. Sankey, Royal Artillery, ifi Sept. 95. 
Professor of Military Topography. 

p.s.c. Lt.Colonel L. G. Fawkes, R. Artillery, 16 Apr. 95. 
Instructors of Military Topograph/. 

Captain A. B. Denne, Royal Artillery, 5 Dec. 92. 

Major J. W. Sill, Royal Engineers, 26 Sept. 94. 

p.s.c. Captain E. M. Perceval, R. Artillery, 27 Jan. 97. 

p.s.c. Major J. F. Daniell, Royal Marines. 

Professor of Tactiix.-p.s.c. Major B. St. J. Barter, Lin' 
coin Regiment. 

Instructors in Electricity. 

Captain W. P. Brett, Royal Engineers, 1 Ar>r. 94. 

Captain M. C. Maunsell, Royal Artillery, 1 Apr. 94. 



Professor of French.— Mons. Albert Barrere, 23 Sept. 79. 
Professor of German. — A. Weiss, Ph.D. MA. 29 Nov. 94. 
Professor of Landscape Drawing. — Lt.Colonel D. T. C. 

Belgrave, ret. pay West Kent Regiment, 13 Nov. 90. 
Instructor of Landscape Drawing. — J. B. Jameson, 

1 Nov. 86. 
Professor of Chemistry and Physics. — W. R. E. Hodgkin- 

son, Ph.D. 23 March 82. 

Staff College, Sandhurst. 

Governor and Commandant. — p.s.c. Colonel H. J. T. Hild- 

yard, CB. (from h.p. Highland Light Inf.), 12 Aug. 93. 

Professors. 

Military Art and History— Lt.Colonel G. F. It. Hende-s- 

sou, York and Lancaster Regt. 1 Jan. 97 (c Jan. 93). 
Fortification and Artillery. — p.s.c. Lt.Colonel H. C. C. 

Walker, Royal Artillery, i Aug. 90. 
Military Topography. — p.s.c. Lt.Colonel F, C. Beatson, 

Wilts Regiment, 13 Sept. 92 (1 Apr. 89). 
Staff Duties and Military Administration. — p.s.c. Lt. 

Colonel E. W. Fleming, R. Artillery, 18 May 96. 
French. — Mons. M. Deshumbert. 1 July 89. 
German. — Dr. H. 0. Sommer, 1 Sept. 94. 
Honorary Professor of Military Law. — J. C. O' Dowd.CZJ. 
Instructor in Military Topography. — p.s.c. Captain E. S. 
Heard, Northumberland Fusiliers, 1 Jan. 97, 
Students. 
Senior Division. 
Captain G. P. Wyndham, 16 Lancers. 
Major C. .1. Anstvuther, 17 Lancers. 
Captain W. H. W. Perrott. Royal Artillery. 

Captain G. D. Symonds, Royal Artillery.' 

Lieut. F. C. Owen, Royal Artillery. 

Captain F. A. Molony, Royal Engineers. 

Captain W. A. J. O'.Mcara, Royal Engineers. 

Captain H. G. Ruggles-Brise, Grenadier Guards. 

Captain T. P. England, Royal Fusiliers. 

Captain W. S. Bannatyne, Liverpool Regiment. 

Captain H. J. Everett, Somersetshire Light Infantry. 

Captain W. S. R. May, East Yorkshire Regiment. 

Captaiu T. E. Fowie, Bedfordshire Regiment. 

Captain H. D. Tuson, Border Regiment. 

Captain Hon. J.F.T.Cumtning-Bruce, Royal Highldrs* 

Captain F. L. Banon, Shropshire Light Infantry. 

Captain R. S. Oxley, Ring's Royal Rifle Corps. 

Captain A. R. Burrowes, Irish Fusiliers. 

Captain H. P. King-Salter, Rifle Brigade. 

Captain V. C. CUmo, West India Regiment. 

Captain G. rle S. Barrow, Indian Staff Corps. 

Captain H. C. Holman, Indian Staff Corps. 

Captain W. R. Robertson, DSO., 3 Dragoon Guards- 
(admitted without competition). 

Major C. W. Thompsou, 7 Dragoon Guards (do). 

Captain D. G. Seagrim. Royal Artillery (do). 

Captain R. S. Stewart, Liverpool Regiment (da). 

Captain L. D. Blackburn, Scottish Rifles (do). 

Captaiu A. J. Murray, Inuiskilliug Fusiliers (do). 

Captain 0. S. W. Nugent-, DSO., K R. Rifles (do-). 

Bt. Major C.J.Mackenzie, Seaforth Highlanders (do.) 

Captain B. C. Urquhart, Cameron Highlanders (do.). 

Captain T. S. Fox-Strangw&ys, Irish Rifles (do). 

Captain F. T. Henstock, West India Regiment (do). 

Candidates who have been successful in the examioa- 
tions, and who will join the College on the 22nd 
January, unless they shall have previously received 
other orders : — 

Captain J. H. V. Crowe, Royal Artilllery. 

Captain G. F. Milne. Royal Artillery. 

Captain J. G. Baldwin, Royal Artillery. 

Lieutenant M. C. P. Ward, Royal Artillery. 

Captain F. C. Turner, Northumberland fusiliers. 

Lieutenant C. R. Ballard, Norfolk Regiment. 

Captaia C. Ross, Norfolk Regiment. 

Captain O. C. Wolley-Dod, Lancashire Fusiliers. 

Captain J. H. W. Pollard, Scots Fusiliers. 

Lieutenant A. H. S. Hart, East Surrey Regiment. 

Captain C. B. Jervis-Edwards, Duke of Cornwall's L.I. 

Captain A. T. England, Derbyshire Regiment. 

Lieutenant F. F. Ready, Berkshire Regiment. 

Captain A. W. Elles, Yorkshire Light Int'autry. 

Captain G. C. I. Stockwell, Highland Liarht Infantry. 

Lieutenant F. C. Dundas, Argyll and Sutherland Highs. 

Lieutenant L. T. Saunderson, Rifle Brigade. 

Captain F. Rennick, Indian Staff Corps. 

Captain W. C. Knight, Indian Staff Corps. 

Captain J. M. Home, Indian Stiff Corp*. 

The following Officers have been nominated for admis- 
sion to the Staff College: — 

Captain F. J. S. Cleeve, Royal Artillery (admitted with- 
out competition). 

Captain A. W. Gay, Royal Artillery (do). 

Brevet Major A. G. Huuter-Weston; Royl. Engrs. (do). 

Captain J.S. Fowler. D.S.O., Royal Engineers (do). 

Captain Hon. W. Lambton, Coldstream Guards (do). 

Captain A. L. Lyndeu-Bell. East Kent Regiment (do). 

Captain W. P. Braithwaite, Somerset Light Infan. (do). 

Captaiu E. H. S. Twyford, Scottish Rifles (do.), 

Captaiu H. C. MacTier, Hampshire Regiment (do). 

Captain E. St. G. Pratt, Durham Light Infantry (do). 

Captiin Hon. H. Yarde-Buller, Hide Brigade (do). 

Captain I). D. Bayue*, Indian Staff Corps. 



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Commandant fy Superintendent, — Colonel J. F. Bally, 
8 Oct. 97. 

Chief Instructors. 
■Colonel R. W. R. Hanuay (Woolwich), 22 Mar. 94. 
I.t. Colonel T. Perrott {Comdt. Deoonport), 4 Apr. 06 . 
Lt.Colonel A. J.Nixon (Comdt. Golden Mill), 28 May 97. 
Lt.Colonel C. M. H. Downing, 19 Oct. 97. 
Lt.Colonel H. Barron, 21 Nov. 97. 
Brigade Major.— p.s.c. Major N. B. Inglefield, 1 Jan. 94. 

Staff Captains. 
■Captain C. D. Scott (Golden Mill), 1 Nov. 96. 
•Captain G. G. Traherne (Devonport), 1 Apr. 97. 

Instructors in Gunnery. 
Major H. T. Butcher, 26 Jan. 93. 
■Captain H. S. Jeudwine,22 Mar. 94. . 



Edvcafional Establishments. 
School of Gunnery 



Major F. M. Lowe (Golden Hill), 9 May 94. 

Captain J. G. E. Wynne (Woolwich), 1 Apr. 95. 

Major R. M. B. F. Kelly (Sheerness), :o Apr. 95. 

Major E. H. Paterson, 17 Apr. 95. 

Captain G. D. B. Lyle, 16 Apr. 96. 

Captain J. R. Ritchie (Woolwich), 1 June 96. 

Captain L. D. Jackson (Woolwich), 1: June 96. 

Captain H. E. Marsh {Devonport), 14 Oct. 96. 

Captain A. C. Currie (Woolwich), 18 Dec. 96. 

Major G. R. T. Rundle, 1 July 97. 

Assistant Supdt. of Experiments. — Major H. P. Hickman, 

10 March 96. 
2nd do. — Captain G. Tyacke, 1 Feb. 93. 
2,rd do. — Lieut. F. P. Hutchinson, 8 Sept. 94. 
Adjutant. — Captain A. F. Pullen, \6 Jan. 97. 
Quarter Master.— '£. Stevens, 8 Jan. 95 ; Mon. Zieut. 



Director. — Colonel C. Trench, ret. pay, 19 July 90. 
Staff Officer. — Captain L. R. Kenyon, 16 July 96. 
JPrgfessors of Artillery. — Major G. K. Townshend, 
t Apr. 91. 
Major P. A. MacMahon, 14 Apr. 91. 
Captain J. W. Ormiston. 
instructors. — Captain C. P. Martel, 21 June 95. 
Captain M. B. Lloyd, 1 Apr. 96. 
p.s.c. Captain H. C. Dunlop. 



Artillery College. 



Professor of Applied Mathematics. — A. G. Greenhill, MA. 
j Apr. 76. 

Lecturer on Metallurgy . — H. Bauerman, FGS. 11 July So. 

i Lecturer on Armour Plates. — Captain C. O. Browne, late 
of R. Art. 3 Sept. 80. 

Lecturer on Chemistry d/ Physics. — TV*. R. E. Hodgkinson, 
Ph.D. 
I Lecturer on Practical Mechanics. — H.W. Jones, to July 74, 



School of Military Engineering. 

(For Instructing the Corps in Military Field Works, at Chatham.) 



Comdt. with rani- of JlajorGen. — p.s.c. Colonel T. Fraser, 
CB. CMG. (from h. p.), 10 Apr. 96. [2 July 95. 

Assistant Commandant. — p.s.c. Col. W. G.Morris, CMG. 
Brigade Major 4- Secretary. — p.s.c. Major F. C. Heath, 

12 July 94. 
Instructor in Construction and Estimating. — Major G. K. 

Scott-Moncrieff, 1 Nov. 93. 
a -i xt j j j fCapt. E. M. Paul, 24 July 93. 
Assistant Instructors do. [ ^ j.T. Lanf , )C jl/e. , Oct? 94 . 

Instructor inSurveying. — Major A.C.MacDounell.ioDec. 95. 
Assistant Instructors in Surveying. — Capt.C. H. Enthoven, 

7 Sept. 93 ; Capt. A. E. G. Wa'therston, 1 Jirty 94. 
(Instructor in Fortification. — Major L. C. Jackson. 1 Dec. 95 



Assist. Instructors in Fortification. — Lieut. J. C. Mathe- 

son, 1 Mar. 96; Lieut. E. D. Swinton, 3 Nov. 96. 
Assistant Instructor for Charge of Workshops. — Captain 

H. F. Gaynor, 10 June 93. 
Instructor in Electricity. — Major G. A. Carr, 

30 Jan. 96. 
Assistant Instructor in Electricity. — Lt. A. H. Dumaresq, 

26 Feb. 94. 
Assistant Instructor in Chemistry, Photography, Sec. — 

Captain E. H. Hills, 1 Aug. 93. 
Instructor in Tactics. — Major <i. H. Sim, 28 June 93. 
Adjutant. — Captain K. U. H. Buckland, 1 Oct. 95. 
Quarter Master. — Major J. T. Evans, 23 Apr. 97. 



Chief Instructors. 

Major H. N. Dumbleton, 16 Aug. q,. — Portsmouth. 
Captain W. B. Brown, 1 Apr. 96.— S.M.E., Chatham. 
Captain F. L. Lloyd, 16 May 97 (25 May 95).— Plymouth. 



Schools of Submarine Mining. 



Assistant Instructors. 

Captain G. P. A. Acworth, 1 Apr. 96.— S.M.E., Chatham. 
Captain E. H. Haig, 1 Apr. 96. — Portsmouth. 
Captain C. B. Collins, j Apr. 97. — S.M.E.. Chatham. 
Lieut. W. M. Pyne, 21 June 97. — Plymouth. 



School of Musketry at Hythe. 

Commandant. — Colonel G. Paton, CMG. (from h.p. Regimental District), 17 July 94. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General. — Captain J. D. Hunt, Highland Light Infantry, 31 May 96. 

Chief Instructor. — Lt.Colonel F. G. A. "Wiehe (from h.p.-Durham Light Infantry), 28 July 94. 

Instructors. ■! Captain jj_ p. e. Smitbett, York and Lancaster Regiment, 1 Jan. 96 (13 Feb. 95). 
. . . . t . . ( Lieut. H. R. Hardy, West Surrey Regiment, 1 Jan. 96. 
Assistant Instructors. | ^^ K -^^ jj_ Wood> Devon Re g;ment, 4 Feb. 97. 

Quarter Master and Acting Adjutant. — Frank Bourne, 1 1 May 93 (21 May 90) ; Mon. Lieut. 
Surgeon. — Deputy Surgeon General H. J. Rose, retired pa5 - , 17 Aug. 90. 
1 Lieut. 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 
rfor Distinguished Conduct in the Field). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1837-89 (Medal with Clasp.) 

School of Signalling. 

Inspector gf Signalling. — p.e.c. Lt.Colonel C. Kennedy (from h.p. Suffolk Regiment), 1 Jan. 94. Aldershot. 
Assistant Inspector of Signalling. — Major E. Rhodes, DSO. Berkshire Regiment, i Jan. 95. Aldershot. 

Balloon Factory. 

Instructor in Ballooning. — Lt.Colonel J. L. B. Templer, 7 Bn. King's Royal Rifles, 1 Apr. 87. Aldershot. 

Army Medical School, Netley. 

Senate. 
Surgeon Major General J. Jameson, CB. MD., Director General Army Medical Department .'^President . 
Surgeon Major General W. R. Hooper, CSI. late Bengal Est. ; President of the Medical Board, India Office. 
The Professors of the Army Medical School. 
The Principal Medical Officer at Netley (ex officio). 



Peofessobs. 
Clinical and Military Surgery— Surgeon Colonel W. F. 

Stevenson, MB. 10 Aug. 92. 
Clinical and Military Medicine. — Surg. Colonel K. 

M'Leod, MD., late Bengal Estab., 1 Aug. 97. 
Military Hyqiene. — Surgeon Colonel J. L. Notter, MD. 

6 Oct 95 '('6 Oct. 88). 
Pathology— Almroth Edw. Wright, Esq.,afZ>.i Sept. 92. 



Assistant Pbofessobs. 
Clinical and Military Surgery. — Surgeon Major W 

Dick, MB. 1 Oct. 96. 
Clinical and Military Medicine. — Brigade Surgeon 

Lt.Colonel W. E. Webb, MD. 
Military Mygiene. — Surg. Capt. W. II. Horrocks, MB. 
Pathology. — Surgeon Major D. Semple, MD. 
Secrerary.— Surg.Capt.W. W.Webb. J/J>.late Ben.Estab. 



Royal Military School of Music, Kneller Hall. 



Commandant.— Colonel F. Glennie (from h.p. S.Wales 

Borderers), 20 Sept. 94. 
Quarter Master and Adjutant.— Fred. H. Mahony, 

15 Aug. 87 (17 Dec. 81 ; Ron, Captain, 21 May 84. 



Director of Music. — Arthur J. Stretton, 25 Mar. 96 ; Qr. 
Mr. &,- Mon. Lieut. 



Educational Establishments. 



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The Duke cf York's Royal Military School. 

Commissioners. 
Ex Officio. 
The Secretary of State for War, President. 
The Commander in Chief, Vice 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 Hospital. 
The Governor of the Royal Military College. 
The Chaolain General. 
The Judge Advocate General. 
The Director General of Military Education. 

Specially Appointed, 
Field Marshal H.E. H. The Duke of Cambridge, KG. 

KT. KP.GCB.GCSI.GCMG.GCIE.GCVO. Grenadier 

Guards, &c. „ _ 

Colonel H.E.H. The Duke of York, KG. KT. KP. 

GCYO. 3 Bn.W. York Regiment. 
General St. Hon. Sir Edward Lugard, GCB. East 

Surrey Regiment. 
General Sir R.C.H.Taylor.Z'CB.CameronHighlanders. 
p.s.c. Major General J. P. Battersby, retired pay. 
General Sir A. J. Herbert, KCB. 

Major General A. H. King, CB. ret. pay Royal Artillery . 
Commandant. — Colonel G. A. W. Forrest (from h.p. 

Hampshire Regiment), 18 Oct. 93. 
Quarter Master and Adjutant.— E. C. Thomas, 3 Aug. 86 

(27 Feb. 85); Ron. Captain, 27 Feb. 95. 
Medical Officer.— Brigade Surgeon J. H. C. Whipple, 

MD., retired pay. 



Chaplain. — Eev. G. H. Andrews, MA. 

Model School. HeadMasfer — W. Irwin, BA. 29 Dec. 93 ; 
Hon. Lieut. Masters— E. C. Whittle, 6 Dec. 93 ; T. 
Glynn, 17 Feb. 94 ;G.O'Connor,26 Apr.97; J. Cunning- 
ham, 10 Aug. 97. 

Royal Hibernian Military School, Dublin, 

Commandant. — Lt.Colonel H. Hall (from h.p. Derbyshire 

Regiment), 11 Nov. 95. 
Quarter Master and Adjutant. — Benjamin Smyth, 

24 Jan. 95 (1 Dec. 80) ; Hon. Captain, 1 Dec. 30. 
Surgeon. — Dep. Surg. Gen. J. H. Whittaker, retired pay, 

1 Apr. 85. 
Chaplains. — Eev. Robert Foster, BA., Eev. J. M. 

Hamilton, MA., Eev. M. Donovan. 
Head Master — W. Gooding, 23 Jan. 94; Hon. Lieut. 

Masters — P. Holland, 1 Dec. 92; J. Head, 31 July 95; 

P. D . Rogers, 14 June 96. 

Army Schools. 

Inspectors of Army Schools, with hon. rank of Captain. 
Inspectors of Army Schools, with hon. rank of Lieut. 



Wm. Gooding ... 1 Apr 
Chas. S. Coo,2?.-l. 3 Jan. 90 
John A. Smears 23 Apr. 90 
Wm. Irwin, BA. 25 June 90 
Wm. Langford 1 Sept. 90 
Robe. Raymer... 18 Feb. 91 
Henry .Terrain... 20 Feb. 91 
JohnM. Gilmore 1 Apr. 91 
William H. Jupp i Apr. 9 



Fred. W.Browne 6 May 92 Aug. Barton 18 Dec. 



Wm. F. Blount 13 July 92 
Wal. W. Clarke 23 Jan. 94 



Henry M'llroy 28 Feb. 94 
Samuel Logan... 2 July 94 
Fred.G. Hendley28 Dec. 94 
Thomas Murray 28 Dec. 94 
Hen. John Seed 24 May 95 
Chas. Lincoln ... 2 June 95 
Thos. Wright ... 2 Sept.95 
J.W.Cunningham24Dec. 95 
Fred. Freeman 29 Dec. 95 



H.C.Elliott ... 1 Apr. 97 
Chas.Jas.Vasey...8 July 97 



ORDNANCE FACTORIES. 

Director General Ordnance Factories Sir W. Anderson, KCB. M.Inst.C.E. DCL. FES. 1 An 

First Military Assistant Commander BH. Cheyallier, R.N i 5 Apr. 90. 

Second Military Assistant Captain H. W. W. Barlow, R. Artillery, 12 Juno 93. 

Civil Assistant <*: M ; Tapp, ^P?-™- w _ , 

Experimental Officer - L ieut - P - N - Wright, R.N. 26 May 96. 

Royal Arsenal, Woolwich 



Royal Carriage Factory. 
Superintendent, Lt.Colonel Sir G. S. Clarke, KCMG. 

Royal Engineers, 27 July 94. 

Royal Laboratory. 
Superintendent Colonel E. Bainbridge, CB. (from h.p. 

R. Artillery), 6 June 92. 
In charge of Danger Buildings, Major J. S. Douglas, 

Royal Artillery, 1 July 95. 
Captain H. C. W. Eteson, Royal Artillery, 2 Feb. 97. 
Captain H. A. Pratt, Royal Artillery, 9 Apr. 97. 

Royal Gun Factory. 
Superintendent, Rear-Admral J. Ingles, R. N. 10 July 94 . 



Building Works. 
Superintendent, Colonel M. T. Sale, CMG. (from h.u. 

Royal Engineers), 1 July 83 (1 Apr. 88). 
First Assistant, Captain H. Huleatt, R. Eng. 14 Nov. 95. 
Second Assistant, Captain E. R. B. Stokes-Roberts, Royal 

Engineers, 1 Dec. 95. 
Eailway Traffic M anager, Lieut. E. H. M. Leggett, Royal 

Engineers, 15 Aug. 95. 

Medical Officers (Royal Arsenal). 
Surgeon Major A. Perry, 22 May 96. 
Surgeon Captain S. G. Allen, 24 Dec. 93. 
Surgeon Major J. R. Dodd, MB. 12 July 97. 



Royal Small Arms Factory at Enfield. 

Superintendent, 

Royal Small Arms Factory at Birmingham. 

Superintendent, Colonel F. W. J. Barker (from Royal 
Artillery), 1 Oct. 92. 



RoyalGunpowderFactoryatWaltham Abbey. 

Superintendent, Colonel J. B. Ormsby. ret. pay, 27 July 94 
(i March 90). 

In charge of Danger Buildings. 
Mojor F. L. Nathan, Royal Artillery, 1 Oct. 02. 
Lieut. W. B. An ley, Royal Artillery, 7 Dec. 97, 



Royal Army Clothing Department, 
Director of Clothing, G. D. A. Fleetwood Wilson, CB. I Medical Officer, Uffl; Brig. Surg. Lt.Colonel J. H. Rey- 
Assistant Director, H. D. De la Bere. ' nolds, MB. retired pay. 

Storekeeper, H. L. Kennedy. I Inspector of Colours, Sir Albert Wm. Woods, KCB, 

I KCMG. Gart er King of Arms. 

Brennan Torpedo Factory. 

Consulting Engineer „...L. Brennan, CB. 

Superintendent Captain W. MacAdam. Royal Engineers, 24 June 90. 

COMMITTEES AND INSPECTION OF WARLIKE STORES 

Ordnance Committee. 

(Under the Inspector General of Ordnance.) 

President Lt.General Sir H. Brackenbury, KCB. KCSL, R. Artillery, 22 May 96. 

Vice-President Rear Admiral A. L. Douglas, R.N., 1 Feb. ( ' 



Members. 

Captain H. J. May, CB. R.N. 26N0V. 96 

Captain J. B. Jellicoe, R.N 

Colonel J. G. Stone (from R. Art.), Ord. 

Consulting Officer for India, ex-ofUcio 17 Apr. 95 

Colonel S. J. Lambert (from h.p. R. Eng.) ...24 Oct. 96 

Lt.Colonel F. C. Morgan (from R. Art.) 10 Jan. 97 

p.s.c. Lt.Col. J.R. J.Jocelyn.R.Art. 6 June 95 (12 Oct. 96) 
-Sir F.J. Bramwell.Sf. CB. M.Inst.CE. FES. 1 Apr. 81 
Sir B. Baker, KCMG. M.Inst.CE. FES. LED. 

Associate Members. 
Dr. A. Dupre, FES. (for Explosives). 



Director Gen. Ord. Factories {for Cordite), 

W. Kellner, Ph.D. FIC. FCS. 

Colonel R. W. R. Hannay (from R. Art.), for Sieg~« 

Artillery, 22 Mar. 94. 
Lt.Colonel A. J. Nixon, R. Art. {for Coast Defence). 
Major G. W. R. Pulton, R. Art. ( for Mountain Art.). 
Major E. Druitt, R. Eng. (for Lydd Experiments). 
The Com. R. Eng. Shornchfle (ex-officio)—for Lydd E~jr* 

periments. 

Special as Inspector of Warlike Stores for the Australasians 
Colonies, Lt.Col. J. F.Harman,rot.pay R.Art. 1 May 92 



Secretary Major W. E. Blewitt, R. Artillery 1 Apr. 94. 

Assistant Secretary Commander B. B. Farquhar, R.N 1 Sept. 96, 

Specially Employed Captain H. H. Rich, Royal Artillery 1 Apr. 93. 

Curator of Tower Armouries H. A. Visct. Dillon FSA 1 Jan. 95. 



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Committees and Inspection of Warlike Stores. 



Joint Naval and Military Committee on Defence. 

President The Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for War. 

Members, Naval and Military. 
The Senior Naval Lord of the Admiralty. The Adjutant General. 

The Admiral Superintendent of Naval Reserves. The Inspector General of Fortifications. 

The Director of Naval Ordnance. The Inspector General of Ordnance. 

The Director of Naval Intelligence. The Director of Military Intelligence. 

Joint Secretaries. 
Colonel H. F. Turner, CB. (from R. Engineers). | Captain G. A. Callagban, R.N. 

Army Sanitary Committee. 



President 



Members. 



Colonel H.Locock. CB. retired pay, i July 90 (1 Nov. 87), 
Sir D. Galton, KCB. FES. late Capt. R. Eng. 1 July 90 

( Oct. 57). 
Surg. Gen. J. A. Marston. CB. 3/D.ret.pay, 1 July 90. 
Sir C. A. Cameron, Ent. Ml). 9 Sept. 90. 



Surg. Major Gen. W. R. Hooper, CSI. ate Ben. Estab. 

(for India), 6 Apr. 95. 
Colonel A. Hill, 8 Apr. 96. 
Surgeon Colouel J. Richardson. MB. retired Indian 

Medical Service (for India), 13 July 96. 
Surgeon Major W. G. Macpherson. MB. 5 Mar. 97. 
Secretary J. J. Frederick, 1 July 90 (t Dec. 02). 



Royal Engineer Committee. 

President (with rank of Major General) p.s.c. Colonel T. Fraser, CB. CMG. 16 Apr. 96. 

Ex-offi<-io Members. 



Colonel D. A. Scott, VSO 8 Juneg4 

Lt.Colonel G. Barker 6 Nov. 94 

Major E. Penrose ^ Jan. 97 

Major G. K. Scott-Moncrieff. 1 Nov. 93 



Major A. C. MacDonnell 16 Dec. 9J 

Major L. C. Jackson 1 Dec. 95 

Major G. A. Carr 16 May 92 

Captain W. B. Brown 1 Apr. 96 



Associate Members. 



Major P. R. Burn-Murdoch 1 Jan. 97 

Captain A. M. Stuart 9 Mar. 94 

Captain J. H. L'E. Johnstone i Nov. 05 

W.Kellner, Ph. D.FCS 21 June93 



Maior D. C. Courtney, ret. pay (for India) ... 20 Apr. 87 

Major P. G. Von Donop 1 July 94 

Major R. L. Hippisley 3° J an - 9* 

Major A. C.Hansard 

Major J. L. Irvine 26 Aug. 96 

Secretary Major E. Druitt, 1 Jan. 95. 

Experimental Officer, Submarine Mining Sereice Captain G. F. H. Le Breton- Simmons, 1 Jan. 97. 

Dress and Equipment Committee. 

President p.s.c. Colonel H. S. G. Miles. 

Members. 
Colonel F. G. Wintle. DSO. Army Ordnance Dept. 1 Lt.Colonel J. H. E. Hinde, Border Regiment. 

ColonelF. Howard, CB. RiAe Brigade. Lt.Colonel C. A. Rochfort-Boyd, Royal Artillery. 

p.s.c. Colonel C. E. Beckett, 3 Hussars. Major E. S. May, Royal Artillery. 

Brigade Surgeon Lt.Colonel W. B. Allin, MB. I 

Secretary p.s.c. Major A. G. Churchill, 12 Lancers. 

INSPECTION STAFF. 



SMALL AlBjIS. 

Chief Inspector.— Lt.Colonel W. N. Lockyer (from h.p. 
Royal Artillery), 19 Feb. 96 (21 June 94). 
Inspectors. 
Major E. Ward, Royal Artillery, 1 Oct. 95. 
Lt.Colonel F. F. Johnstone (from h.p. Bedford Regt.), 
1 Apr. 97. 

Assistant Inspectors. 
Captain W. B. Wallace, Suffolk Regiment, 21 Jan. 97. 
Captain A. L. Tisdall, Royal Artillery, 5 Apr. 97. 

Steel. 
Inspectors.— Major T. H. E. Acton, R.Artilicry, 1 Oct. 96. 
Major A. H. P. Turner, Royal Artillery, 9 Oct. 97. 

Assistant Inspectors. 
'Lieut. H. Johnstone, R. Artillery, 1 Apr. 96 (26 Apr. 95). 
Captain R.J. ilacdonald.R. Art. 1 Apr. 96(1 Apr. 95). 
Captain C. W. M.Lane, R. Artillery, r Apr. 96(1 Apr. 95). 
Lieut. A. ft. Oldfield, R. Artillery, 1 Apr. 96 (i Apr. 95). 
Lieut. H. G. Howorth, R. Artillery, 3 June 96. 
Captain P. A. Bainbridge, R. Artillery, 1 Apr. 97. 

Royal Arsenal. 

Chief Inspector (with rank of Lt.Colonel).— -Major C. F. 
Hadden, R. Ariillery, 1 Apr. 93. 
Inspectors. 

Major H. C. L. Holden, R. Artillery, 1 Feb. 88. 

Major W. A. Urquhart, R. Artillery, 1 Apr. 93. 

Captain A. M. Stuart, R. Engineers, 1 Apr. 94 (9 Mar. 94). 

Major T. F. Bushe, R. Artillery, 19 Sept. 96. 

Major A. H. P. Turner, R. Art. 9 Oct. 97 (9 Nov. 96). 
Assistant Inspectors. 

Major E. F. Nelson, R. Artillery, 1 Apr. 96 (23 Mar. 95). 

Captain F. A. Randolph, R. Art., 1 Apr. 96 (3 May 93). 

Lieut. T. G. Tulloch, R. Artillery, 1 Apr. yd (14 Aug. 95). 

Captain W. L. Farmar, R. Art., 1 Apr. 96 (1 Apr. 93). 
, Lieut. N. E. B. Bellairs, R. Art. 1 Apr. 9b. 

Major L. T. Pease, R. Mar. Art. 30 Apr. 96. 

Major F. F. Minchin. R. Artilleo', 1 Apr. 96 (1 Apr. 93). 
.. Captain R. P. P.obinson, R.Engineers.i Apr.96 (1 Apr.93). 

p.s.c. Major G. D. Baker, R. Art. 1 Apr. 96 (15 Aug. 93). 
' Captain E. S. Cooper, R. Artillery, 1 Apr. 97. 

Captain H. Waring, Royal Artillery, 1 Oct. 97. 

Captain A. H. Wolley-Dod, Royal Artillery. 



Assistant to I aspect or P. Eng. Stores. — Lieut. G. Ethering-- 
ton, Coast Bn. R. Engineers. 

Attached. 
Lieut. T. H. E. Anderson. R. Artillery, 21 Apr. 95. 
Assist. Com. of Ord. S. M'A. Walker, Army OrcT Dept. 
22 Dec. 94. 

General Stores. 
Chief Inspector.— Lt.Colonel R. S. Watson, 5 Sept. 97. 
Inspector. — Major A. H. W. Brett, Royal Artillery. 

Assistant to Chief Inspector. — Dep. Com. F. Tims, Army 
Ord. Dept. 1 Apr. 96 (1 Apr. 92). 

Position Finding. 
Chief Inspector. — Colonel H. S. S. WatkiD, CB\ 
26 July 90 (1 Apr. 86). Woolwich. 

Inspectors. 
Major G. Osborn, R. Artillery, 23 Ajjr. 96. Woolwich-. 
Captain H. T. Hawkins, R. Artillery, 21 Aug. 94. Malta. 
Capt. L. E. B. Dykes, R. Art. 24 July 95. Golden Hill. 
Captain E. de T. Phillips, R. Art. 10 Oct. 94. Gibraltar. 
Assistant Inspector. — Lieut. A. II. Thorp, R. Artillery, 
1 Apr. 96 (24 July 93). Woolwich. 

Machineet. 
Superintending Engineer and Constructor of Shipping. — 

H. Travis, 27 Nov. 96. 
Assistant do. — A. Jackson, 13 Sept. 97. 

Attached. 
Captain J. Berry, Qr.Mr. retired pay, 30 Jan. 89. 

Woolwich Arsenal. 
Captain W. Graham, Qr.Mr. retired pay, 24 July go* 

Woolwich Arsenal. 
Captain R. Bennett, Devonshire Regt. 

Woolwich. 
Captain W. T. Davies, E. York Regt. 

Dover. 



22 Apr. 95, 
ir Au 



97- 



Valuation and Inspection of Military Equipment (India Committee). 



Col. G. A.. Crawford, ret. pay R. Art. (for War Opee). 



(for India Office). 



Miscellaneous Establishments. 



117-18 



MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISHMENTS. 
Late Cavalry Depot at Canterbury. 

Siding Master. — George Matthews, 13 Nov. 95 (8 Feb. 82) ; Son. Major, 13 Nov. 95. 

Quarter Master. — James William Humphrey, 1 5 Oct. 93 (18 July 88); Son. Captain, 18 July 93. 

1 Captain Humphrey served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 (Medal). Served in the Boer war of 1881. 



Remount Establishment. 



Inspector General.— Major General E. A. Gore, 1 Jan. 
94. Sead Quarters. 

Assistant Inspectors. 
Colonel B. L. Tollner.ret. pay R. Artillery, 23 June 89. 

Woolwich. 
Colonel W. R. Truman (from Regimental District), 

1 Apr. 93. London. 
Colonel J.C. Hanford (from h.p. 19 Hussars), 9 Aug. 97. 

Dublin. 



Deputy Assistant Adjutant General. 

Major J. W. Peters, 7 Dragoon Guards, 29 Apr. 96. 
Sead Quarters. 

Staff Captains. 

Captain H. M. Ferrar, R. Art. 26 Sept. 93. Woolwich, 
Major M.F. Rimington, 6 Dragoons, 1 Sept. 97. Dublin. 



Royal Hospital, Chelsea. 

Governor. — Field Marshal Sir D. M. Stewart, Bart. 

GCB. GCSI. CIE. Indian Staff Corps, 29 Mar. 93. 
Lt. Governor Sr Secretary. — p.s.c. Major General C. W. 

Robinson, CIS. 23 Mar. 95. 
Assistant Secretary. — J. Dowling. 

Adjutant. — Major H. C. B. Gray, Welsh Regt. 1 Apr. 96. 
Chaplain. — Bev. J. H. S. Moxey, BA. 25 Mar. 96. 
Physician and Surgeon (with rank of Surgeon Colonel). — 

Thomas Ligertwood, 1 MD. h.p. 3 June 96. 



Deputy Surgeon. — Surgeon Major W. J. Macnamara, 

MD. 4 Aug. 96. 
Dispenser. — J. Hague, 1 Jan. 97. 
Quarter Master. — Richd. Barry Jupp,ret. pay, 13 Sept. 93 

(9 Sept. 71) ; Son. Captain, 9 Sept. 81. 

Captains of Invalids. 



J.Vander H.Rees, late 40 F. 
Major J.W.Daniell, ret. pay. 
Major E. W. Humphry, ret. 
pay. 



Colonel A. Green, ret. pay. 
Major E. Brutton, rot. pay. 
Major A. S. Carter, retired 

pay. 



1 Doctor T. Ligertwood served throughout the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma (men- 
tioned in despatches) and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion 
■of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 



Judge Advocate General's Office. 
Office, 7, Victoria Street, S.W. 

Judge Advocate General. — Bt. Son. Sir F. E. Jeune, 

KCB. 
Deputy Judge Advocate General.— 3 . C. O'Dowd, Esq. CB. 
Deputy Judge Advocate. — p.s.c. Lt.Colonel J. L. C. St. Clair 

{from h.p. Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders), 4 

May 96. 



Army Pay Office. 

Paymaster General. — Bt. Son. J. A. L. Earl q/"HopetOun, 

GCMG. 
Assistant Paymaster General. — C. J. Maude, Esq. 

Army Purchase Commission. 
( J. C. O'Dowd, CB. 30 Sept. 71. 
Commissioners < 



Military Prisons. 

Inspector General. — W. J. Stopford, CB. late Capt. 52 

Foot. 
Inspector. — Lt.Colonel M. C. Garsia, retired pay. 
Aldershot. — Sop.Capt.R. A. Henderson, Manchester Regt. 
17 Feb. 96. 

Med. Off., Brig. Surg. W. F. Ruttledge, ret. pay. 
Brixton. — Gov. Capt. G. S. Haines, Cheshire Regiment, 

27 Mar. 96. 
Cork. — Chief Warder, J. Martin. 

Med. Off., Brigade Surg. U. A. Jenings, MD. ret. pay. 
Dublin. — Chief Warder, A. Mason. 

Med. Off., Surgeon Lt.Colonel N. Alcock, ret. pay. 
Gosport. — Gov., Lt.Colonel H. Waring, ret. pay 2 Foot. 

Med. Off., Surgeon Captain E. Chandler, h.p. 
Malta. — Gov. Major C. it. Oswald-Brown, Manchester 
Regiment, 10 April 97. 



Royal Hospital, Kilmainham. 

Master. — The Commander of the Forces in Ireland. 
, . ,_ ,, , ( The Deputy Adj. Gen. in Ireland. 
Joint Dep. Masters. | TheDep . Qllar ter Master Gen. do. 

Captain of Invalids. 

Major George Cresswell, retired pay. 

Adjutant.— Capt. J. Fielding, Qr. Mr. ret. pay, 3 Nov. 91. 

Physician and Surgeon. — William Carte, 1 13 Aug. 58. 

Secretary.— Langrishe F. Banks. 

Quarter Master. — 

Solicitor— B,. J. Ferguson, Esq. 

Blue. — Facings Red. 

1 Surgeon Carte served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman, 
■siege of Sebastopol, and sortie of 26th Oct. (Medal with Clasps, and Turkish Medal) . 

List of Officers, now serving in the Army, who passed the Examination and received 
Certificates at the Senior Department, Royal Military College. 

Cameron, General Sir Wm. Gordon, KCB. Lancaster ; Jarvis, Colonel S. 'P.CMG. h.p. 82 F. May 1856. 

Regiment, May 1853. 
Cox, Major General Sir J. W. KCB. Bedford Regiment, 

Nov. 1847. 
Cranfield, Captain G. D. h.p. Unatt. 
D'Oyly, Major General J. W. Nov. 1847. 
Ewart, General Sir J. A., KCB. Argyll and Sutherland 

Highlanders, May 1S45. 



M'Cleverty, General W. A. Northampton Regt. Dec. 1830. 

Paterson, Colonel Wm.Unatt.Nov. 1855. 

Peacocke, Major General G. J. Dec. 1856. 

Stapylton, Lt. General G. G.C., W. Surrey Regt. May 1849. 

Stewart, Major A. F. h.p. 36 F. Dec. 1857. 



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List of Officers, now serving, who have passed the Staff College 

Passed, December 1860. 






R. 



H. 



*Grant, Lt.General Sir R., KCB 
Engineers. 

Passed, December 1862. 
East, Lt.General Sir C. J., KCB. 
Black, Major General W., CB. 
Passed, December 1864. 
Goodencugh, Lt.General Sir W. 

KCB. R. Artillery. 
Clive, Lt.General E. H. 
■$& Wood, General Sir H. E., GCB 
GCMG. 

Passed, December 1865. 
Suther, Lt.General C. C, R. M. Art. 
Robinson, Major Gen. C. W t , CB. 

Passed, December 1866. 
Barker, Lt.General G. D., CB. 
Hatchell, Major General G. 

Passed, December 1867. 
Prior, Major General G. IT. 

Passed, December 1868. 
Walker, Major General A. L. 

Passed, December 1869. 

Boughey, Colonel J.,h.p.Wilts Regt. 
Cooke, Col.W. S., h.p. Cheshire Regt. 
Chapman, General E. F., CB. R. Art. 

Passed, December 1870. 
Maurice, Major General J. P., CB. 

R. Art. 
Clery, Major General C. P., CB. 
Uffl; 'Sartorius, Colonel E. H. CB. 

(from h.p. East Lancashire Regt.) 
Little, Lt.Gen.H.A.,OB.IndianS.C. 

*„'* In the foregoing lists the names 
are placed in the Order of Merit in 
which the Officers passed the final 
Examination, aB officially notified ; 
but, the Order of Merit in which 
Officers have passed out of the Staff 
College hayingceased to bedisclosed, 
their names in fhefollowing lists are 
consequently given in the Order of 
Merit in which they passed into the 
Staff College. 

Passed, December 1871. 
Schwabe, Major General G. S. 
Jones-Vaughan, Colonel H. T., CB. 

(from h.p. East Yorkshire Regt.). 
Dundas, Colonel H. L., h.p. East 

Yorkshire Regt. (15 P.) 

Passed, December 1872. 

Hart, Colonel A. FitzRoy, CB. h.p. 

East Surrey Regt. (31 P.) 
Gosset, Major General M. W. E., CB. 
Hall, Colonel B.G., h.p. R. Mar. Art. 
Buxton, Lt. Colonel J. W. P., h.p. 

Inniskilling Fusiliers. 
Brickenden, Colonel R. H. L., Black 

Watch (42 F.) 
Booner, Colonel W. T., Regimental 

District. 
Collen, Major General Sir E. H. H, 

KCIE. CB. Indian S. C. [passed into 

the College ivitk the preceding Class). 

Passed, December 1873. 
Clayton, Colonel E., h.p. R. Art. 
Datrymple, Major General W. L..C2? 
Walford, Colonel N.L., h.p.R.Art. 
Russell, Major General F. S., CMG. 
Cooper, Lt.Colonel H. h.p. North 

Lancashire Regiment. 
Duncan, Major General J. 
Poignand, Colonel G., h.p. Leinster 

Regiment. 
Burnett, Major-General O.J.,CB. 
♦Hutchinson, Colonel W.P.M. (from 

R. Artillery.) 

Passed, December 1874. 
Hare, Colonel W. A. H., R. Eng. 
Ardagh, Colonel Sir J. C.,KCIE. CB. 

(from R. Engineers). 

reek, Colonel E. S.,Regtl. Dist. 

elavoye,Col.A.M.(from Essex Regt.) 



Courtenay, Lt.Col. E. J., h.p. Sussex 

Regiment. 
Gatacre, Colonel W: F., CB. DSO. 

h.p. Middlesex Regt. 
Lugard.Col, E.J. .h.p.Lancaster Regt. 

Passed, December 1875. 

Morris, Colonel W. G. , CM G. R. Eng. 
Yule, Lt.Col. W. A., h.p. Scots Fus. 
Kitchener, Lt.Col.H. E. C, h.p. Duke 

of Cornwall's Lt. Infantry. 
Brownrigg, Col. H. S.,h.p. Rifle Brig. 
Kelly-Kenny, Major General T., 

CB. 
Curteis,Col.R.L.H.,h.p.BedfordRegt. 
Glen, Colonel A., Regtl. District. 
•Harrison, General Sir R., KCB. 

CMG. 

Passed, December 1876. 

Bengough, MajorGeneralH.M., CB. 
Money, Colonel E. C.h.p. Irish Fus. 
Fraser, Colonel A. H., Berks Regt. 

Passed, December 1877. 

Jones, Col. D. F. (from h.p. R. Art.) 

Smith, Lt. Col. W. W. M., R. Art. 

Barker, Lt.Colonel J. C, R. Eng. 

Hildyard, Colonel H. J. T., CB. h.p. 
Highland Lt. Infantry (71 F.) 

Ross of Bladensburg, Lt.Col. J. F.G. 
CB. h.p. Coldstream Guards. 

Woodgate, Colonel E. R. P., CB. 
Regimental District. 

Goldsmid, Colonel A. E. W. Regi- 
mental District. 

Morison, Lt.Col. F.deL., h.p. R.Scots. 

Hughes - Hallett, Colonel H. T., 
h.p. Middlesex Regt. (57 P.) 

Cochran, Colonel F., Regtl. District. 

Auld, Colonel J., h.p. Northumber- 
land Fusiliers. 

Hare, Col. R.C.h.p. Cheshire Regt. 

Passed, December 1878, 

U(I Bell, Colonel M. S., CB. h.p. 
Royal Engineers. 

Everett, Colonel W., CMG. h.p. West 
Riding Regt. 

Luttman- Johnson, Lt.Colonel P., h.p. 
York and Lancaster Regt. 

Fergusson, Colonel J. A. (from h.p. 
Rifle Brigade.) 

Miles, Colonel H. S. G., MVO. h.p. 
Munster Fusiliers. 

Paterson, Lt.Colonel A.M., h.p. Bed- 
ford Regiment. 



Passed, December 1879. 

Grove, Major General C, CB. 
Leverson, Major J. J., R. Engineers. 
M'Donald, Colonel G., h.p. R. Eng. 
Elles, Col. E. R., CB. (from R. Art.). 
Jocelyn, Lt.Colonel J. R. J., R. Art. 
Pollock, Lt.Col. A. J. O., Scots Fus. 
Glasgow, Col. J. C.R., h.p. Suffolk Reg. 
Tidy, Lt.Col. A. G., N. Lane. Regt. 
Ponsonby,Col.J.G.(fromBerks Regt.) 
Craigie, Colonel J. H. S., Highland 

Lt. Inf. 
« Spencer, Lt.Colonel J. W. T., R. Art. 

Passed, December 1880. 

Beresford, Col.C. F C, h.p. R. Eng. 
Montgomery, Colonel R. A., R. Art. 
Buchanan-Dunlop, Lt.Colonel H. D., 

Royal Artillery . 
Benson, Lt.Col. F.W., h.p. 17 Lancers. 
Browne, Lt.Colonel G. P., DSO., h.p. 

Northamptonshire Regt. (48 P.) 
Romilly, Major F. W., DSO. Scots 

Guards. 
Bullock, Lt. Colonel G.M., Devon Regt 
Allatt, Lt.Colonel H. T. W., h.p 

DuKe of Cornwall's Light Infantry. 
Thomson, Lt. Col.C. P., h.p. 7 Hussars 
Prickett, Col. T. , h.p. Essex Regt. 
Godfray, Bt.Lt.Colonel J.W., King': 

Own Scottish Borderers. 



*Praser, Colonel T., CB. CMG., h.p. 
Royal Engineers. 

*yj& Hart, Colonel Reginald C, CB, 
(from R oval Engineers). 

*Watson, Col. C. M., CM G. R. Eng. 

Croolrpnden, Colonel H. H., R. Art, 
(passed into the College with the pre- 
ceding Class). 

Jeffreys, Colonel P. D., CB. h.p. 
Connaught Rangers (88 P.) (do). 

Spence, Colonel J., h.p. York Lt. 
Inf. (do). 

Passed, December 1881. 
Green, Colonel A. O., R. Engineers. 
Murray, Lt.Colonel J. W., R. Art. 
Daniell, Lt.Col. De C, R. Artillery. 
Johnson, Major R. P., R. Artillery. 
Hughes, Col. P. J., h.p.Scottish Rifles. 
Routh, Lt Col. W. R., h.p. Suffolk 

Regiment. 
Herbert, Major General I. J. C, CB. 

CMG. Grenadier Gds. 
Haly, Colonel R. H. O'G., CB. DSO. 

h.p. Suffolk Regt. 
Yeatherd, Maj.E.W., Lancaster Regs. 
Dawson, Lt.Colonel D. F. R., h.p. 

Coldstream Guards. 
Legard, Col. J. D., York Art. (W. 

Div. R. Artillery). 
Peacoeke.Lt.Col.W., CM ©.R.E. (passed 

into College with the preceding Class) 
Barton, Colonel G., CB. h.p. Royal 

Fusiliers (do.) 
Hutton, Colonel E. T. H, CB. (do.)^ 

h.p. King's Royal Rifles. 

Passed, December 1882. 

Morris, ColonelA.W., h.p. Northamp- 
tonshire Regt. 

Haig, Major H. de H., R. Engineers. 

Leefe, Lt.Colonel J. B., R. Mar. Art. 

Trotter, Lt. Col. J. K., CMG. R. Art. 

Dalton, Lt.Col. J. C, R. Artillery. 

Mortimer, Major H. B., North Staf- 
fordshire Regt. (64 F.) 

Allen, Colonel R.E.,h.p.E. York Regt. 

Hutton, Major C. M., Lane. Fusiliers. 

Stephenson, Lt.Col. T.E., Essex Regt, 

Bromfield, Maj.F. W., Cheshire Regt. 

Balfe, Lt.Col. E., Indian Staff' Corps. 

Passed, December 1883. 

Grove, Lt.Colonel E. A. W. S.,W. 

Kent Regt. 
Gough,Col..ffo».G.H.,CB.h.p. 14 Hus. 
Beckett, Colonel C. E., 3 Hussars. 
Codrington, Major A. E., Coldst. Gds. 
Verner.Lt.Col.W.W. C.h.p. Rifle Brig. 
Stone, Major P. G., R. Artillery. 
Settle, Colonel H. H., DSO. Royal 

Engineers. 
Barrow, Lt.Col. A. P., CMG. DSO. 

Indian Staff Corps. 
St. Clair, Lt.Colonel J. L. C, h.p. 

Argyll and Sutherland Highldrs. 
Grant', Major General H. F., CB. 
17 € Ridgeway, Lt.Col. R. K.Jnd.S.C. 
Barter, Major C. St. L.,York Lt. Inf. 
Mortimer, Lt.Col. C L., R. Fusiliers. 
Wilkinson, Col. A., Regtl. District. 
Duke, Lt.Colonel J.C.h.p.W. Riding- 

Regt. 

Passed, December 1884. 

Sawyer, Colonel H. A., Indian S. C. 
Lake, Major P. H.N. , E. Lane. Regt. 
Wynne, Colonel G. C, h.p. R. Art. 
Moody, Major R. S. H, The Buffs. 
More-Molyneux, ColonelG. H., Indian- 
Staff Corps. 
Banfleld, Major R. J. P., Welsh Regt. 
Sharpe, Major E. J., Middlesex Regt. 
Hammond, 'Lt.Col. P. H., R. Art. 
Lawrence, Lt.Col. R.C. B., 1 Dr. Gds. 
Watson, Major A. J., Suffolk Regt. 

Passed, December 1885. 

Stopford, Colonel Son. F. W., h.p. 

Grenadier Guards. 
Grierson, Bt.Lt.Colonel J. M.,R.Art. 
Walker, Lt.Col. H. C. C, Royal Art. 



Passed the Pinal Examination without having gone through the College. 



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List of Officers, now serving, wlw have passed the Stuff- College. 

Passed, December 1891. 

Talbot, Major Son. M. G., R. Eng. 
Laffan, Major H. D., R. Engineers. 
Davies, Capt. F. J., Grenadier Gels. 
Bunbury, Captain W. E., Indian S.C. 
Allen, Lt.Col. D. M.,West IndiaRegl. 



Poster, Major H. J., R. Engineers. 

Sharpe, Major J. B., Royal Engineers. 

Dunlop, Major H. 0., Royal Art. 

Penton, Capt. H. E., Indian S.C. 

Colville, Major A. E. "W., Rifle Brig. 

Adair, Lt.Colonel W. T., R. Marines. 

Hogge, Lt.Col. J. W., Indian Staff C. 

Inglefield, Major P. S., E. York Regt. 

Napier, Lt.Col. Son. J. P., h.p. ioHus. 

Wavell, Col. A. G., Regimental Dist. 

Cavenagh, Major W. 0., BedfordRegt. 

Durand, Col. A. G. A., CB. CIE. In- 
dian Staff Carps. 

Johnstone, Lt.Col. J., h.p. Oxf. Lt.Inf. 

Robinson, Colonel P. W.,h.p. Shrop- 
shire Lt. Infantry. 

Sherston, Major 3.,I)S0. Rifle Brig. 

Passed, December 1886. 

Wyndham, MajorW.G.C, 21 Hussars. 
Paget, Lt.Colonel H., CB. 7 Hussars. 
Alien, Major A. J. W., The Buffs. 
Callwell, Major C. E., R. Artillery. 
Fleming, Major E. "VV.,R. Artillery. 
Agar, Major E., Royal Engineers. 
Northcott, Maj . H. P.,Leinster Regt. 
Smith, Major W. A., R. Artillery. 
Fletcher, Major W.B., R. Artillery. 
Daniell, Major J. F., R. Marines. 
Jones, Major A. E., Indian S. C. 
Smythe, Captain H.H., Scots Pus. 
Urmston, Major E. B., Argyll and 

Sutherland Highlanders. 
Farrant, Colonel H. C. B., N. Lane. 

Regt. 
Bethune, Major E. C, 16 Lancers. 
Simpson, Major C. R., Lincoln Regt. 
Mackenzie, Major G.P.C., h.p. Suffolk 

Regiment. 
Barkworth, Major H. A. S., Border 

Regiment. 
Bode, Capt. L. W., Middlesex Regt. 
Churchill, Colonel M. Regtl. Dist. 
Williams, Maj. R. B., Somerset Lt. Inf. 
Wogan-Browne, Maj.P.W. N.,3 Hus. 
Kitchener, Bt.Lt.Col. P. W., W.York 

Regiment. 
Eastman, Major W. I., R. M. Art. 

Passed, December 1887. 

Reade, Captain R. N. R., Shropshire 

Light Infantry. 
Pawkes, Lt.Colonel L. G., R. Art. 
Banning, Capt. S. T., Munster Pus. 
Waters, Lt.Colonel W. H. H., MVO. 

h.p. Royal Artillery. 
Waldron, Major P., R. Artillery. 
Hamilton, Major W. G., DSO. East 

Lancashire Regiment. 
Franklyn, Lt.Col. W. E., York Regt. 
Beatson, Lt.CokmelF. C, Wilts Regt. 
Caunter, Captain J. E., Welsh Regt. 
Plumer, Bt.Lt.Colonel H. C. O., 

York and Lancaster Regiment. 
Kitson.Maj. G. C, King's R. Rifles. 
Griffith, Major E. H., Leicester Regt. 
Gatliff, Major A. F., Royal Marines. 
Morrison, Major C. G., 1 Dragoons. 
Cockburn.Major C. J. .Warwick Regt. 
Lawson, Major H.M., R. Engineers. 
Renny, Capt. A. M., Ind. S. C. (passed 

into College with preceding Class) . 
Creagh, Col. A. G., CB. R. Art. (do.). 
Collings, Lt.Colonel W. A., Berks 

Regt. (do.). 
Hammersley,MajorF., Lane. Fus. (<fo.) 
Beresford, Major C. E. de la P., Wilt- 
shire Regiment (do.). 

Passed, December 1888. 

Reeves, Lt.Colonel J., Irish Fusiliers. 
Barker, Major J. S. S., Roval Art. 
Baldock, Major T. S., Royal Art. 
Cooper, Major P. E., Royal Artillery 
Kemball, Major G. V., Royal Art. 
Burn-Murdoch, Bt.Lt.Col. J., R. Eng. 
O'Leary, Captain W. E., Irish Rifles, 
a Court, Major C, Rifle Brigade. 
Paris, Captain A., Royal Marine Art. 
Carleton, Maj. G. D., Leicester Regt. 
Heath, Major F. C, R. Engineers 
Hegan, Major E., 5 Dragoon Guards. 



Smith Dorrien, Major H. L., DSO. 

Derbyshire Regt. 
Kennedy, Lt.Colonel C. (from h.p. 

Suffolk Regiment.) 
Munro, Major L., Hampshire Regt. 
Guilding, Captain E. S., Essex Regt 



M'Grigor, Major C. R. R., King's 
Royal Rifles. 

Watts, Major C.N. , Derby Regiment. 

Barnardiston, Major N. W., Middle- 
sex Regiment. 

Gordon, Major C. H., The Buffs. 

Sewell, Major J. H, Norfolk Regt. 

Stawell.Lt.Col. G.D.h,p. Devon Regt. 

Burney, Major H. H, Gordon High- 
landers. 

Bewicke-Copley, Major R. C. A. B., 
King's Royal Rifles. 

Armitage, Captain J. L., Inniskilling 
Fusiliers. 

Adye, Bt.Lt.Colonel J., R. Artillery. 

Henniker-Major, Major Son. A. H. 
Coldstream Guards. 

Passed, December 1889. 

Bethell, Major E. H., R. Engineers. 

Sinclair, Lt.Colonel H. M., R. Eng. 

Benson, Major G. E., R. Artillery. 

M'Cracken,' Major P. W. N., Berk- 
shire Regiment. 

Duff, Bt.Lt.Colonel B.,CIE. Ind. S.C. 

Robb, Capt. F. S., Durham Lt. Inf. 

Drake, Major H. D.,R. Marine Art. 

Ellison, Capt. G. F., W. Surrey Regt. 

Leverson, Major G. F., CM (?. R.Eng. 

Belfield, Lt.Col.H.E.,W.RidingRegt. 

Jeffreys, Major H. B., R. Artillery 

Hamilton, Captain A. B., King's Own 
Scottish Borderers. 

Shute, Major H. G. D., Coldst. Gds. 

White, Major J. G., Middlesex Regt. 

Guinness, Major H. W.N., Irish Regt. 

Altham, Major E. A., Royal Scots. 

Goldschmid't, Captain E. S. D., Welsh 
Regiment. 

Lester, Captain C. M., W. York Regt. 

Littledale, Major H. C. T., 4 Dr. Gds. 

Dalrymple, Major Son. N. de C, 
Scots Guards. 

Cavendish, Major A. E. J., Argyll 
and Sutherland Highlanders. 

Wildman-Lushington, Captain P., 
King's Own Scottish Borderers. 

Compton, Major T. E., Northamp- 
ton Regt. 

Jones, Captain W. D., Wilts Regt. 

Kane, Major P. R. P., E. Surrey Regt. 

Brock-Hollinshead, Major L., West 
Kent Regt. 

du Boulay, Captain N. W. H., R. Art 

Burn-Murdoch, Major J. F., 1 Drs. 

Passed, December 1890. 

De Brath, Major E., Indian S.C. 

Pemberton, Major E. St. C, R. Eng. 

Chance, Major H., Royal Artillery. 

Inglefield, Major N. B., R. Artillery 

Western, MajorW.G.B., W.Kent Regl 

Fairholme, Major W. E., R.Artiller; 

Somini, Captain V., Leicester Regt. 

Wigram, Capt. H. H., Scots Guards 

Granet, Major E. J., R. Artillery. 

Cole, Capt. A. W. G. L., Welsh Fus. 

Poett, Major J. H., Dorset Regt. 

Monro, Capt. C. C, W. Surrey Regt. 

Denne, MajorH. W. D., Gordon High. 

Ventris, Colonel F., h.p. Essex Regt. 

Pedley, Lieut. O. H.,Conn. Rangers. 

Young, Major J. C, Sussex Regt. 

Western, Capt. J. S. E., Indian S.C. 

Macdonald, Capt. N. D., Wilts Regt. 

Greenfield, Lt.Colonel R. M., Innis- 
killing Fusiliers. 

Lawrence, Capt. H. D., East Surrey 
Regiment. 

Broadwood, Bt.Lt.Colonel R. G. , 
12 Lancers. 

Sitwell, Capt. W. H., Northumber- 
land Fusiliers. 

Gawne, Major J. M., Lancaster Regt. 

Courtenay, Lt.Col. E. R., ti Hussars. 

Wortley, 'Major E. J. M. S., CMG. 
King's Royal Rifles. 

UffiLysons, Capt. H, Scottish Rifles. 



Crawford, Captain A., R. Artillery. 

Wintour, Bt.Major P., W.Kent Regt. 

Walter, Capt. W. P., Lancashire Pus. 

Stuart, Major A. R., R. Artillery. 

Hawkins, Major J. W., R. Artillery. 

Vyvyan, Major C. B., E.Kent Regt. 

Gleichen.Capt. A.E.W. Count, Gr Gds. 

Woodward.Capt. E. M., Leicstr.Regt. 

Blood, Captain W. P., Irish Fusiliers. 

Lindley, Major J. E., 1 Dragoons. 

Hudson, Captain A. T. P., Mancheste r 
Regiment. 

E wart, Capt. J. S., Cameron Highldrs. 

Aston, Captain G. G., R. Mar. Art. 

Gamble, Capt. R. N., Lincoln Regt. 

Walker, Colonel M. C. B. P., King's 
Royal Rifles. 

Hamilton, ColonelB.M.,E. York Regt. 

Cowans, Captain J. S., Rifle Brigade. 

Richardson, Capt.A. J. , E.York Regt. 

Pinney, Captain R. J., R. Fusiliers, 

Hardinge, Major-Hem. A. S., Scots Fus. 

Johnson, Major Sir H. A. W.,Bart., 
York Light Infantry. 

Younghusband, Bt.Major G. J., In- 
dian Staff Corps. 



Passed, December 1892. 

Rycroft, Major W. H., n Hussars. 

Wathen, Captain E. 0., 5 Lancers. 

Gokayne Frith, Major R. C, 13 Hus. 

Cowan, Major H. V., R. Artillery. 

Dawkins, Major H. S., R. Artillery. 

Baker, Major G. D., R. Artillery. 

Churchill, Capt. A. B. N., Royal Art. 

Stanton, Captain H. E. , DSO. R. Art. 

Macbean, Capt. W. A., Royal Art. 

Hickson, Major S. A. E„DSO. R. Eng. 

Heath, Capt. G.M., Royal Engineers. 

Surtees, Major H., Coldstream Gds. 

Smith, Captain G. R. P., Coldstream 
Guards. 

Pilcher, Major T. D., Northumber- 
land Fusiliers. 

Walter, Captain J. M., Devon Regt. 

Graham, Maj. E.R.C., Cheshire Regt. 

Lomax, Lt.Col. S. H., Scottish Rifles. 

James, Capt.B.R., East Surrey Regt. 

Bonus, Captain W. J. , Dorset Regt. 

Gosset, Major E. A. G., Derby Regt. 

Shekleton, BtMajor H. P., S. Lane 
Regiment. 

Fitton, Capt. K.G.,DSO. Berks Regt. 

Morland, Captain T. L. N., King's 
Royal Rifle Corps. 

Hughes, Captain E. H., York and. 
Lancaster Regiment. 

Carleton, Major F.R.C.. Durham L.I t 

Delme-Radcliffe, Captain C, Con- 
naught Rangers. 

Foster.Lieut. A., Argyll and Suther- 
land Highlanders. 

Hawes, Major B. R., Munster Fus. 

Watkis, Capt. H. B. B., Indian S.C. 

Selwyn, Captain C. H., Indian S. C. 



Passed, December 1893. 

Shadwell, Capt. L. J., Suffolk Regt. 
Cadell, Capt. J. F., Royal Artillery. 
Rose, Capt. J. M., R. Marine Art. 
Clauson, Captain J. E., Royal Eng. 
Massy, Major P. H. H., 6 Dras:. Gds. 
Bowes, Capt. W. H., Scots Fusiliers. 
White, Capt. R. W. P., Welsh Regt. 
Edwards, Lieut. F. M., Indian S. C. 
Wilson, Capt. H. H., Rifle Brigade. 
Hamilton.Capt.H. I. W., W.Surrey Rg. 
Rawlinson, Captain H. S., Cold- 
stream Guards. 
Churchill, Major A. G., 12 Lancers. 
Dyas, Capt. J.R., Warwickshire Begt. 
Ley, Major W. G., N. Stafford Regt. 
Watson, Capt. W. A., Indian Staff C. 
Donne, Major H.R.B., Norfolk Regt. 
Banks, Capt. W.S., Dorsetshire Regt. 



* Passed the Final Examination without having gone through the College; these Officers are here placed in 
order of Army Rank. 

G 2 



1 2 1-9 List of Officers, now serving, who have passed the Staff College. 



Man-able, Capt. A. G., York Lt. Int. 
Montagu, Capt. E., Suffolk Regt. 
Gordon, Capt.F.,GordonHighlanders. 
Gaisford, Major R. B., Soots Fus. 
Snow, Major T.D'O., Inniskilling Fus. 
Bayly, Major A. W. L., DSO. 
Indian Staff Corps. 

Passed, December 1894. 

Kenny, Captain H. T„ Indian S. C. 
Doran, Captain W. R. B., Irish Regt. 
Montgomery, Capt. R. A. K., R. Art. 
Loch, Captain H. F., Indian S. C. 
Keir, Major J. L., Royal Artillery. 
Norie, Captain E. W. M., Middlesex 

Regiment. 
Trench, Major F. J. A., Royal Art. 
Shute, Captain C. D., Rifle Brigade. 
Rowley, Capt. R. A. D., Irish Rifles. 
White, Major W. L., Royal Artillery. 
Napier, Capt. G. S. F., Oxford Lt. Inf. 
Farquharson.MajorC.H., 3 Dr.Gds. 
Cuthbertson, Captain N. W., Royal 

Highlanders. 
Dudgeon, Captain F. A., South Lan- 
cashire Regiment. 
Heard, Capt. E. S., Northumb. Fus. 
Nicholson, Captain C. L., York Regt. 
Gosset, Captain E. F., E. York Regt. 
Carleton, Captain L. R., Essex Regt. 
Brander, Captain H. R., Indian S. C. 
Copland, Captain C. S., Northampton 

Regiment. 
Conway- Gordon, Captain L., Royal 

Marine Artillery. 
•Tenner, Capt. W. K. W., 9 Lancers. 
Kiggell, Capt. L. E., Warwick Regt. 
Fortescue, Capt. Son. C.G., Rif. Brig. 
Warner, Captain R. H. L., Army 

Service Corps. 
Byng, Captain Son. J. H. G., ioHus. 
Hume, Capt. C. V., Royal Artillery. 
Wood, Major H. St. L. DSO., Dor- 
setshire Regiment. 
Aldworth, Major W., DSO., Bedford 

Regiment. 
Mitford, Bt.Major B. R., E. Surrey 

Regiment. 
Capper, Major W. B., Shrop. Lt. Inf. 



Passed, December 1895. 



E. 



Keith - Falconer, Captain C 
Northumberland Fusiliers. 

Henderson, Captain D., Argyll and 
Sutherland Highlanders. 



I Peach, Capt. E., Indian Staff Corps. 
Fasson, Capt. D. J. M., R. Artillery. 
Vallancey, Captain H. d'E., Argyll 

and Sutherland Highlanders. 
Marter, Capt.W. M., istDragn. Grds. 
Dowding, Capt. H. H.H., Essex Regt. 
Ducrot, Capt. L. H., Royal Artiillery. 
Williams, Capt. G. D. R., Berks Regt. 
Chichester, Capt. A. A., Dorset Regt. 
Coffin, Captain C, Royal Engineers. 
Massy, Major W. G., Royal Artillery. 
Kirkpatrick,Capt.R.T.,LemsterRegt. 
Ludlow, Capt. E. R. O., Army Service 

Corps. 
Dunlop. Capt. A. S., Roval Artillery. 
Gwatkin, Capt. W.G.Manchester Reet. 
Evans, Major H. J., Liverpool Regt. 
Bird, Captain S., Royal Fusiliers. 
Taylor, Capt. E. T., Cheshire Regt. 
Maunsell, Capt. F. R., Royal Artillery 

(admitted without competition). 
Hickman, Capt. H.O. D., Inniskilling 

Fusiliers (do.). 
Alderson, Captain E. A. H., West 

Kent Regiment (do.). 
Fortescue, Major F. A., King's Royal 

Rifles (do.). 
Adye, Major W., Irish Rifles (do.). 
Ducat.Capt. CM., Indian Staff C.(do). 
Phiiipps.Oapt. I., Indian Staff G.(do.). 



Passed, December 1896. 

Graham, Captain H. W. G., DSO., 
5 Lancers. 

Perceval, Captain E. M., Royal Art. 

Thompson, Captain W. A. M., R. Art. 

Tennant, Captain H. L., Royal Art. 

Ewbank, Captain W., Royal Eng. 

Kirkpatrick, Captain G. M., R. Eng. 

Friederichs, Lieut. D. A., R. Eng. 

Earle, Captain S., Coldstream Gds. 

Vertue, Captain N. H., E. Kent Regt. 

Barter, Major B. St. J., Lincoln Begt. 

De Gruyther, Captain C. M., Suffolk 
Regiment. 

Knox, Captain J. S., E. York Regt. 

Sladen.Capt. J. R. F., E.York Regt. 

Walker,Bt. Major H.S. ScottishRifies. 

Sloman, Capt. H. S., E. Surrey Regt. 

Skinner, Capt. F. St. D., Sussex Regt. 

Bridge, Captain W. c. South Staf- 
ford Regiment. 

Jennings-Bramly, Captain H., Royal 
Highlanders. 



Barthorp, Captain A. H., Northamp- 
ton Regiment. 

Hamilton, Capt. L. A. H., York L. I. 

Spearman, Capt. C. E., Munster Fus. 

MacBean, Capt. J. A. E., Dublin Fus. 

Strachey, Capt. R. J., Rifle Brigade. 

Carter, Capt. E. E., Army Ser. Corps. 

Young, Major F. de B., Indian S. C. 

Clay, Captain C. H., Indian S. C, 

Tod, Captain J. K., Indian S. C. 

Lawrence, Capt. Son. H. A., 17 Lanes. 

Du Cane, Major H. J., Roy. Art. 

Maude, Captain F. S., Coldstream 
Guards. 

Wise, Captain H. E., Derbyshire 
Regiment. 



Passed, December 1897. 

Allenby, Major E. H. H., 6 Dragoons. 

Johnston. Major J. T., R. Artillery, 

Burrowes, Major H. G., R. Artillery. 

Furse, Captain W. T., R. Artillery. 

Walker, Capt. G. T. F., R. Artillery. 

Edmonds, Capt. J. E., R. Engineers. 

Macdonogh, Capt. G. M. W., R. Eng. 

Vallentin/Capt. J. M., Somerset Lt. 
Infantry. 

O'Donnell, Capt. H., W. York Regt. 

Gogarty, Lieut. H. E., Scots Fus. 

Blair, Lieut. A., King's Own Scot- 
tish Borderers. 

Buckley.Capt. E. J., Inniskilling Fus. 

Capper, Capt.T.,E . Lancashire Regt. 

Anderson, CaDt.W.J.,W.RidingRegt. 

Haking, Capt. R. C. B , Hampshire 
Regiment. 

Phipps, Capt. P. R., Dorset Regt. 

Phillips, Capt. H. G. C, Welsh Regt. 

Biddulph, Capt.H.M., Rifle Brigade. 

Holloway, Capt. B., Indian Staff C. 

Willoughby, Capt. M. E., Indian S.C. 

Dyer, Capt. R. E. H., Indian S. C, 

Birkbeck,MajorW.H.,iDragoon Gds. 

Haig, Captain D., 7 Hussars. 

Findlay, Major N. D., R. Artillery. 

Sandbacb, Major A. E., R. Eng. 

Douglas. Major W., Royal Scots. 

Stopford, Capt. L.A.M., Derby Regt. 

Heath, Bt.Major H.N.C., York Lt.Inf. 

Buchanan-Riddell, Major H. E., 
K. R. Rifles. 

Colomb, Cap I. F. C, Indian S. C. 



Officers under Section V., Paragraph 74 
Staff Employment in consequence of 
Passing the Staff College. 

Major Generals. 
Grenfell, Sir F. W., OCMG. ECB. 
Butler, Sir W. F„ ECB. 
AUeyne, Sir J., ECB. Royal Artillery. 
Kitchener, Sir H. H., ECB. ECMG., Royal Engineers. 
Bundle, H. M. L., CMG. DSO., Royal Artillery. 
Yeatman-Biggs, A. G., CB., Royal Artillery. 
Stewart, R. McG., CB., Royal Artillery. 

Colonels. 
Colvile, Sir H. E., ECMG. C.B., h.p. Grenadier Guards. 
Morton, G. de C, CB. 
Lane, R. B., CB. 
Wood, E., CB. 
Kelly, W. F., CB. 
Wynne, A. S. , CB. 
Turner, A. E., CB. 
Crofton, M. S„ DSO. 
p.s.c. Ventris, F. 
Slade, F. G., CB 

Brabazon, J. P., CB., h.p. 4 Hussars. 
Slade, J. R., CB. 
Nicholson, W. G„ CB. 

Uffl Beresford, Lord W. L. de la P., ECIE. h.p. 
Hamilton, I. S. M., CB. DSO. 
Murray, R. H., CB. Seaforth Highlanders. 
McKean, A. C, CMG. h.p. 6 Dragoons. 
Chalmer, R., h.p. 
Hemming, F. W. 

Money, G. L. C, DSO., Cameron Highlanders. 
Clark, W.', Regimental District. 
Pearson, A. J., Royal Artillery. 
Grant, H. G., h.n. 
Hilliard, W. E., h.p. 

Clements R. A. P.. DSO. South Wales Borderers. 
Cochrane, W. F. D., CB. 



, of the Queen's Regulations Qualified for 
Service on the Staff in the Field, without 

Lieutenant Colonels. 

Yates, H. T. S., Royal Artillery. 

Dutton, Son. C. 

Childers, E. S. E., Royal Engineers. 

Quirk, J. O., CB. DSO., Welsh Regiment. 

Spratt, F. T. N., Royal Engineers. 

Douglas, C W. H. 

Wingate, F. R., CB. DSO., Royal Artillery. 

Cunningham, G. G., DSO., Derbyshire Regiment. 

Saunders, M. W., Royal Artillery. 

Crutchley, C. 

Majoes. 

Smith-Rewse, H. W., Royal Engineers. 

Chapman, D. P., Cheshire Regiment. 

Kekewich, R. G., Inniskilling Fusiliers. 

Sclater, H. C, Royal Artillery. 

Airlie, D. S. W, Earl of, 2 Dragoon Guards. 

p.s.c. Wortley, E. J. M. S., CMG., King's Royal Rifles. 

Milne, R. L., DSO. Leicester Regiment. 

p.s.c. Son. N. de C. Dalrymple-Hamilton, Scots Guards. 

p.s.c. Hickson, S. A. E., DSO., Royal Engineers. 

FitzGerald, H. S., Durham Light Infantry. 

Triscott, C. P., DSO., Royal Artillery. 

Douglas, C. C, Scottish Rifles. 

Carter, F. C, Berkshire Regiment. 

Holme, B. F., East Kent Regiment. 

Hickman, T. E., DSO., Worcester Regiment. 

Pink, F. J., DSO., West Surrey Regiment. 

Captains. 

Ternan, T. P. B..DSO. Manchester Regiment. 
Arnold, A. J., DSO., h.p. 3 Hussars. 



Her Majesty's Body Guard of 



130 



Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms, 

The Body Guard of the Sovereign on all Public and State occasions. 
(Established in the Yeab isoq.) 

Captain Henry, Lord Belper, 16 July 95. 

Lieutenant Sir Henry Hugh Oldham, 1 Knt. Colonel ret. pay Cameron Hghdrs., 25 June 91. 

Standard Bearer Philip Limborch Tillbrook, 2 late Major Unatt., 18 Dec. 86. 

Gentlemen-at-Abms. 



Stapleton Charles Cotton 

Fra. C. Wemyss, Colonel late 3 Bn. West Rid 
ing Regt. (6 West York Militia) 

Stanhope Leonard Douglas Willan, 5 lat6 Cap 
tain 2 P 

Paget John Bourke, 6 late Captain n F 

Henry JoblingWallack, 7 lata Captain 77 F. ... 

John Henry Lowndes, 8 late Lt.Oolonel 6 F. ... 

John Walrond Clarke, 9 late Captain ioHus. ... 

Wm. Cuninghame Cuninghame, 12 late Cap- 
tain 7q F 

Jas. Ainslie Stewart, 1 * late Colonel R. Marines 

John Glas Sandeman, 15 late Captain 1 Drs.... 

Walter Clopton Wingfield, 19 late Major Mont- 
gomery Yeomanry Cavalry 

ITU John Grant Malcolmson, 20 late Lieut. 3 
Bombay Cavalry 

John Hampden Waller, 21 late Lieut. 28 F 

Wm. Chester Master, OB. 22 late Colonel 28 F. 

Edward Andrew Noel, 24 '.ate Captain 31 Foot 

Reynold Alleyne Clement, 2 " late Capt. 68 Foot, 
and late Lt. Colonel 2 Sucks Rifle Volunteers... 

Charles Cooch, 28 Colonel retired pay 

Edward Brown, 29 Colonel r.f. p. 101 F 

Geo. Henry Pocklington, 30 late Lt.Colonel 
18 Foot 

Henry Brackenbury, 31 late MajorDepot Batt. 

Arthur Allen Owen, 38 Colonel retired pay 88th 
Connaught Rangers 

Herbert Alex. St. John Mildmay, 39 Lt.Colonel 
late Rifle Brigade 

Charles Clitherow Gore, 40 Colonel retired pay 
Irish Rifles 



p i6 0ct. 49 

''is Nov. 60 

8 Oct. 63 
25 Apr. 64 
17 Dec. 64 

17 Dec. 64 
8 Mar. 65 

18 Aug. 67 
4 June 69 

1 8 June 69 

22 Apr. 70 

25 May 70 
24 Aug. 70 
31 Oct. 70 

19 Mar. 75 

1 Apr. 76 

14 Mar. 77 

1 July 77 

1 July 77 
8 Nov. 77 

3 Mar. 85 

16 Oct. 85 

27 Jan. 87 



John Edward Varty Rogers, 42 Lt.Colonel 
retired pay 102 F 

Charles Wheler Hume, 44 Bt. Major late Rifle 
Brigade ; Hon. Col. late 4 Bn. W. Kent Regt. 

Christopher Middlemass Davidson, 45 Lt.Col 
retired pay Munster Fusiliers 

George KellieM'Callum, 46 Lt.Colonel retired 
pay Gordon Highlanders 

Walter Frederick Kelsey, 47 Colonel retired 
pay Seaforth Highlanders 

p.s.c. Charles Wyndham Murray, 46 Colonel re- 
tired payGloucester Regiment; MP.forBath, 
Knight of Justice of St. John of Jerusalem... 

Augustus James Hill, 49 Lt.Colonel retired pay 
Royal Marine Artillery 

Henry Arthur Fletcher, 51 Lt.Colonel late Ben- 
gal Cavalry 

Walter Henry Holbech, 52 Lt.Colonel retired 
pay King's Royal Rifles 

Edward Tufnell, 53 Lt.Colonel retired pay 
Irish Regiment 

Edward George Keppel, 57 Lt.Colonel retired 
pay Manchester Regiment 

Alfred Western Hatchell Hornsby - Drake, 58 
Lt.Colonel late Madras Staff Corps 

Brackley H. Barrington Kennett, 59 late 
Major South Yorkshire Regiment 

George Anthony Ellard Gore, 60 Lt.Colonel 
late Royal Marines 

Augustus Frederick Liddell, 61 Capt. late R. A. 

Robert Henry Brooke-Hunt, 62 Lt.Colonel late 
Seaforth Highlanders 

Charles Edgeworth Gubbins, 63 Major late 
Bengal Staff Corps 



27 Apr. 87 
9 Jan. 88 
5 May 89 

21 May 89 
1 Jan. 90 

1 Jan. 91 
17 July 91 

16 May 92 
1 July S3 

21 Mar. 94 

17 July 94 

20 Apr. 95 

20 Apr. 95 

1 June 95 
27 July 95 

10 Feb. 96 

1 Jan. 97 



Clerk of the Cheque and Adjutant. — Aubone George Fife, 43 Colonel late 6 Dragoon Guards, 4 July 91. 
Sub Officer. — Lt.Colonel J. G. Sandeman, 15 late Captain 1 Dragoons, 21 Feb. 74. 
Scarlet — Facings Blue Velvet. I Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

Gentlemen-at-Arms on Half Pay. 

Bevil Granville, 54 late Bt.Major 23 Foot | 9 Sept.63,|FrancisPavy, 55 late Captain 74 Foot I 2c July 69 

John Chas.D. Morrison, 13 late Col. R. Marines 30 Mar. 60 William Mathew Dunbar, 5 " Colonel retired 
Cha.Edwyn Wyatt, 17 late Bt.Major 8 Hussars) 20 July 691! pay 24 Foot I i6June8i 

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 of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). Served 
in the Cossyah and Jynteah Hill campaign in 1863. 

2 Major P. L. Tillbrook served with the 50th Regiment in the Crimea from the 22nd August 1S55, including the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

5 Captain Willan landed in the Crimea on 30th June 1855 with the 13th Light Infantry, and was present at the 
battle of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

6 Captain Bourke served with the Cape Mounted Rifles in the Kaffir war of 1850-51 (Medal); and in 1852-53 in 
the Orange River Territory, where he commanded several successful patrols. 

7 Captain Wallack served with the 9th Regt. throughout the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46 and was present at the 
battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah, and Sobraon (Medal and two Clasps) . 

8 Lt.Colonel 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.Colonel, Knight of 
the Legion of Honor, Sardinian aud Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

9 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 troon of Horse Artillery, and an affair with the Cossacks near Kertch (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

12 Captain Cuninghame served with the 79th Highlanders in the Crimean campaign of 1854 up to 26th Nov., and 
also from Jan. to 9th Feb. 1855, including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with 
three Clasps, 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 ot 1857-59, including theblockade of the Canton river, thelandiDg 
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 the action of Sinho, taking of Tongoo, storm and capture of the North Takoo fort (mentioned in de- 
spatches), and subsequent operations (Medal with three Clasps, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

14 Colonel Stewart served throughout the campaign in Syria in 1840, — at the Camp at D'Jouni as Acting Engineer 
the storm and capture of Sidon, surrender of Beyrout, bombardment and capture of St. Jean d'Acre (War Medal 
with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also on the West Coast of Africa from 1841 to 1844 ; commanded a de- 
tachment of Marines at, the destruction of severalBarracoonsini842 and liberated 1,200 slaves at Kabenda, Ambriz, 
Black Point, Loango, Punta da Linha, 25 miles up the river Congo ; and a sacond time at Kabenda, three miles 
inland, when he was attacked by a much superior force, and after liberating the slaves and destroying the barra- 
coons effected a safe retreat to the beach with three men mortally wounded, closely pressed by a large force 
of armed Africans (mentioned in despatches) . Served with the battalion of Royal Marines sent to Japan from 1864 
to 1866, and was present at. the bombardment of the batteries at the Straits of Simonosnki, the entrance of the 
inland sea of Japan, on the 5th and 6th Sent. 1864. 

15 Lt.Colonel 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 Sebastopcl (Medal with 
three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

17 Major Wyatt served with toe 14th Light Dragoons in the Persian expedition of 1857 (Medal with Clasp). Also 
in the Central India Field Force under Sir Hugh Rose in 185E and was present at the siege and capture of Rahutghur, 
action of Barodia, relief of Saugor, capture of Gurrakota, forcing the Muddunpore Pass, siege and capture of 
Jhansi (Modal with Clasp). 



131 The Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms. 

10 Major Wingrield served with the 1st Dragoon Guards throughout the campaign of i860 in China, and was pre- 
sent at the fall of the Taku Forts, and engaged in the action of Sinho, also those of the 18th and 21st September. 
Commanded the Cavalry force sent to Tungchon with Mr. Wade to demand the giving up of the prisoners on the 
eoth September, and present at the surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

20 Lieutenant Malcolmson served in the 3rd Bombay Light Cavalry with the Persian Expeditionary Force in 
1356-57, including the assault and capture of Reshire, surrender of Bushire, expedition to Borazjoon, and action of 
Kiiooshab (Victoria Cross, and Medal with Clasp) : was awarded the ITU under the following circumstances : — " On 
the occasion of an attack on the enemy on the 8th February 1857, led by Lieutenant Colonel Forbes, CB., Lieutenant 
Moore, the Adjutant of the regiment, was, perhaps, the first of all by a horse's length. His horse leaped into the 
square, and instantly fell dead, crushing down his rider, and breaking his sword as he fell amid the broken ranks 
of the enemy. Lieutenant Moore speedily extricated himself, and attempted with his broken sword to force his way 
through the press ; but he would assuredly have lost his life had not the gallant young Lieutenant Malcolmson, 
observing his peril, fought his way to his dismounted comrade through a crowd of enemies to Ms rescue, and, giving 
him his stirrup, safely carried him through everything out of the throng. The thoughtfulness for others, cool 
determination, devoted courage and ready activity shown in extreme danger by this young Officer, Lieutenant 
Malcolmson, appear to have been most admirable, and to be worthy of the highest honour." Served also with the 
Central India Field Force, including the siege of Hatghur and fall of Calpee (Medal with Clasp) . 

21 Lieut. Waller served in the Oude campaign in 1858, including the capture of the fort of Kaili (Medaij. 

32 Colonel Master commanded the 5th Fusiliers at the relief of Lucknow in Nov. 1857, an< i served with it in 
Outram'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 
Buxurghat, and capture of the Fort of Oomerea (several times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, CB. , 
Medal with two Clasps, and a year's service). 

24 Captain Noel served with the 31st Regiment throughout the Sutlej Campaign of 1S45-46, and was present at 
the battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah, Buddiwal, Aliwal,' and Sobraon (Medal and three Clasps). 

% 1 Lt.Colonel Clement served in the New Zealand war in 1864-66 (Medal) . 

28 Colonel Cooch served with the 62nd Regiment in the Crimea from 12th Nov. 1854, including the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol and the sorties of the 5th gth and 10th M."y, defence of the Quarries 7th June, assaults of the 
Redan on the 18th June (in command of the Wool-bag party Jf hU regiment) and 8th September (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, Knight of the*Legion Jf 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. 

-' Colonel E. Brown served throughout the Sutlej campaign o ? 1845-46, including the battles of Ferozeshah and 
Sobraon (Medal and Clasp). Burmese war of 1852-53, including the recapture of Pegu on 21st Nov., relief of its 
garrison on 14th 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 dangerously (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Servedin the Indian N.W. Frontier war of 1863, and was 
present at the attack and capture of the Conical Hill and Umbeyla (Clasp) . 

30 Lt.Colonel G. H. Pocklmgton served with the 18th 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 siegeand fallof Sebastopol, and 
attack of the i8cq June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

31 Major Brackenbury served with the6ist Regiment in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, and was present at the 
battle of Goojcrat, and with the Field Force in pursuit of the enemy to the Khyber Pass in February and March 
18,9 (Medal with Clasp) Present with the expedition to the Euzofzie 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). 

38 CclonelA. A. Owen served in the Kafir war in 1877-78, first as Assistant Adjutant General to Colonial Forces 
and aftsrwards 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 despatches, 
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 1S79 in command of a draft battalion at Pinetown (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 
Medal witn Clasp). 

39 Lt.Colonel H. A St. John Mildmay served with the Rifle Brigade in the Crimean campaign from the 6th Sept. 
1885, 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). 

*° Colonel C. C. Gore was present with the 83rd Regiment at the siege and capture of Kotah on the 30th March, 
1858, 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. 

« Lt.Colonel J. E. V. Rogers served the campaign in Oude from June to Dec. 1858, including the_ occupation of 
Fyzabad, capture of Sultanpore, passage of the Goomtee, action of Shahpore, capture of the Fort of Kaili, and other 
minor affairs (Medal!. 

"Colonel A. G. Fife served witn the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80 with the Khyber Division 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. 

** Colonel C. W. Hume served with the 3rd Battalion Rifle Brigade during the Indian Mutiny campaign of 
1857-53, including the siege and capture of Lucknow, battle of Nawabgunge, and capture of Fort Birwah. Was 
Staff Oificer to a Field Force under Brigadier General Wheeler in the final campaign in Bundlecund in 1859 
(Medsl with Clasp) . Promoted to an unattached Company for service in the Field. 

« Lt. Coionel C. M. Davidson served in the Abyssinian campaign in 1868 as Adjutant of the 4th Regiment, and 
was present &t the action of Arogee and capture of Maerdala (Medali. 

« Lt.Colonel G. K. M'Callum served with the 92nd Highlanders in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and was present 
in the affair at Karatiga, in the engagement at Charasiah on 6th October 1879, and in the various operations 
around Cabul in December 1879 (mentioned in despatches, Medal wiii two Clasps). Served in the Boer war in i38i. 

*7 Colonel W. F. Kelsey served with the 72nd Highlanders from the commencement of the Afghan war in 187S 
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). 

48 Colonel C. W. Murray served in the Zulu war of 1879, first as Aide de Camp to Major General Crealock, com- 
manding the 1st Division, and afterwards as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General in the Intelligence 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, Medal with Clasp). Served m 
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 1881 under Brigadier General Tanner. 
Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quartermaster 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, 4 th Class of the Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star)- Served in the Bechuanaland 
Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 1885 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quartermaster General. 

« Lt.Colonel A. J. Hill served in the Ashanti war of 1S73-74 (Medal). 

31 Lt.Colonel Fletcherserved 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 m 1882 

(i « LtCokmel W . HfrlolbYch served on the Red River Expedition of 1870. Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 



The Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms. 13 2 

and was present in the engagement at Tel-el-Maliuta, in the action at Kassasin (9th September), and at the 
battle of Tel-el-Kebir as Brigade Major to the 2nd Infantry Brigade (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, 
Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). 

03 Lt.CoIonel B. 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) . 

51 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 14 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 Mar. 1S58 (Brevet of Major, Medal with 
two Clasps). 

55 Captain Pavy served in the Indian Mutiny campaign in 1S58 with the 74th Highlanders, and was present at 
the storm and capture of Capaul (Medal). 

56 Colonel W. M. Dunbar served with the 34th Regiment in the Crimea from the 12th July 1855, including the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assault of the Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal with Clasp and Turkish Medal). 
Also in the Indian campaign in 1857-59, including the actions at Cawnpore on 26th, 27th ard 28th Nov. 1857, siege 
and capture of Lucknow, relief of Azimghur, defeat of the rebels at Bootwul, and affair at Bhowanie (Medal with 
Clasp) . Served with the 2nd Battalion 24th Regiment in the Kafir war of 1878. Commanded the 1st Battalion 
24th Regiment in the second advance into Zululand in the war of 1879, an| i wa s present in the engagement at 
Ulundi (Brevet of Lt.CoIonel, Medal with Clasp) . 

57 Lt.CoIonel E. G. Keppel served with the 2nd Battalion Highland Light Infantry in the Egyptian war of 18S2, 
and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp,, and Khedive's Star) . 

58 Lt.CoIonel ±±ornsby-Drake served with the 1st Madras Cavalry in the Afghan war in 1879-80 (Medal). Served 
with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 & s Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General (mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with Clasp). 

59 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 1S78-S0, and took part in the expedition to the 
Bazar Valley and in the operations in the, Lughman and Hissarik Valleys— wounded (Medal). 

60 Lt.CoIonel G. A. E. Gore served in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's 
Star) . 

61 Captain A. P. Liddell served in the Afghan war of 1S78-S0, 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 Charasiab 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). 

62 Lt.CoIonel R.H.Brooke-Hunt served with the 72nd Highlanders in the Afghan war from March 1S79 till 
January 1880 with the Koorum and Cabul Field Forces, and was present in the engagement at Charasiab. 
(mentioned in despatches), and in the operations around Cabul in December 1879 (Medal with two Clasps). 
Served with the 1st Battalion Seaforth Highlanders in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the battle 
of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

63 Major C. E. Gubbins served with the Koorum Valley Field Force in the Afghan war in i87g(Medal). Served 
with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 



Yeomen of the Guard. 

Her Majesty's Body Guard. 
(Instituted by Henry VII. in the Teas 1485,) 



Captain William Frederick, Earl Waldegrave, 26 Aug. 96. 

Lieutenant Lt.CoIonel Sir Horatio Page Vance, 1 Knt. late of 38 Foot, 9 Dec. 93. 

Ensign Lt.CoIonel Richard George Ellison, 2 late of 47 Foot, Hon. Col. 2 Vol. Bn. Lincoln Regt. 4 Oct. 92. 

Exons. 
Lt.CoIonel Charles Doyle Patterson, 3 late of 10 Foot, 13 Feb. 62. 
Major Edmund Halbert Elliot, 4 ret. pay Royal Artillery, 7 May 92. 
Bt.Major Son. Francis Lionel Lydston Colborne, 5 ret. pay Irish Rifles, 16 Nov. 92. 
Captain Houston French,' retired pay 2 Life Guards, 26 May 95. 
Cleric of the Cheque and Adjutant. — Colonel Reginald Hennell, 6 DSO. late Bombay Infantry, 22 Apr. 95. 

140 Teomen. 
Aqents. — Messrs. Cox and Co. 

1 Sir H. P. Vance served with the 38th Regiment in the Crimea from January to the 15th April 1855, in- 
cluding the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) . Also in the Indian campaign from Nov. 
1857, and was present at the storm and capture of Meeangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, "affairs of Barree 
and Nuggur (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp) . 

2 Colonel Ellison served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 ln tne 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.CoIonel Patterson served with the 10th Regt. in the Sutlej campaign of 1S45-46, 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 despatches for his gallantry (Brevet of Major, and Medal) . 

4 Major E. H. Elliot served in the Zulu war in 1879, and was present in the engagement at Hlundi (Modal with Clasp). 

5 Major the Hon. F. L. L. Colborne served in the Afghan War in 1879-80, and took part in the march to Can- 
dahar with the force under Major-General Phayre (Medal). Served with the Natal Field Force in the Boer war ot 
1881. Was employed with the Boats during the Nile Expedition in 18S4-85, 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 change of Water Transport. 

6 Colonel R. Hennell served in the Abyssinian war in 1867-68 (Medal). Served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 
(Medal). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1885-87 (mentioned in despatches, DSO., and Medal withClasp). 

7 Captain French served with the 2nd Life Guards in the Egyptian war of if 82, and was present in the engage- 
ments at El Magfar andMahsama, in the action at Kassasin (28th August), and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir 
(Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 



133 



Year a'Ser . 

Half 
Pay. 



Full 
Pay 



23 



1st Life Guards. ["Regent's Faik 

_ The Royal Arms. " Dettingen" "Peninsula" "Waterloo" " Egypt, 1882 " " Tel-el-Kebib." 

Colon«l-in-Chief.— Field Marshal His Ttoyal Highness Albert Edward, Prince of Wales and Dulce of Cornwall 
KG. KT. KP. GMB. GCSI. GCMG. GCIE. GCYO. 29 May 80. ' oornwaJJ V 

Colonel— H.S.H. Prince Wm. Aug. Edward of Saxe-Weimar,' EP. GCB. Ens. 1 June 41 • Ens i- Zt ?& Tune 
V,Ltf Capt "19 May 4 6;B*. Major, 2oJune S 4; St. Lt. Colonel, 12 Dec. 54 ! Capt/A-'zt Colonel'*! Mav 
S3 i CoW, 5 Oct. 55 ; Major General. 6 Mar. 68; Lieut. General, 6 July 77: Z ™; ,, Cv ,, iS 
ifar«Aa/, 22 June 97; CotaeZist Life Guards. 14 Nov. 88. y 77, w«»erat, 14 JSov. 7 «, -*"«<* 

Lieutenant Colonel.— Sir Simon Macdonald Lockhart, 6 Part., MVO. Cornet ir Sub Zt P17 Mav 68- M 
P A 7 , A<i r; 7 ?. ] Ca P tai "< 2I Jnl J" 77 ; Major, 21 July 86 ; Pt.Zt. Colonel, 2I July o 2 • Zt. Colonel 6 Dec c*' 
Cotonet, Dec. 97. * * 



Majors. 
Charles Napier Miles 9 (Brevet Zt.Colonen 
26 June 95), ?nd in Command 26 June 96 ) 

Thomas Charles Pleydell Calley 10 

Gordon Carter LRidinn Master 24 Jan. 80) .., 

Captains. 
Geo. Lindsay Holford.CJJ?. MVO.Equerrg > 

in WaitingtoH.E.H. the Prince of Wales ) 

Hon. Cecil Edward Bingnam 

George Francis Milner 

Edwin Berkeley Cook, Adjutant 1 Apr. 94 
H.S.H. Prince Adolphus C.A.A.E.G.P. ; 

L.L. o/Teck, KCVO J 

Ernest vVilliam Clowes 

Hugh Craufurd Fraser 12 

James Albert Edward, M'irquit of Hamilton 

LlEUTBNANTS. 

Harold Maxwell Walker 

Harold Maxwell Grenfell, AtdedeCampto~> 

Sir P. W. Grenfell, 1 Oct. 97 j 

Hon. 1'harles Henry Wyndham 

Chnrlen Shuldham Schreiber 

Philip Blencowe Cookson 

Frederick Henry Walter Carden 

Rhodri Vaughan Llovd Lloyd-Philipps 



Second Lieutenants. 

John Spencer Cavendish 

Harold Greenwood Henderson 
Hon. Frederick Edward Guest... 
Walter Waring 



2ND LIEUT. 



31 Jan. 80 



9 July 

1 1 Apr. 

30 July 
3 Dec. 

12 Aug. 



92 



5 Dec. 

17 Aug. 

28 Dec. 92 

23 Sept. 93 

18 Apr. 94 
18 Mar. 96 
15 Apr. 96 



20 Nov. 75 

11 Sept. 76 
23 Mar. 81 



1 JnJy 81 

9 Sept. 82 

27 Jan. 83 

4 July 91 

j 1 Jan. 93 



24 Nov. 82 
21 July 86 
28 Sept. 87 



BREVET 
MAJOR. 




6 Deo. 93 

5 May 94 
26 June 95 



2 Sept. 91 14 Mar. 96 
2 Nov. 92! 24 June 96 
2 Nov. C2 7 Oct. 96 



2 Nov. 92 



5 Feb. 
3 Feb. 
15 May 
1 Dec. 



25 Jan. 93 

9 Aug. 93 

31 Jan. 94 

T3 Feb. 95 

14 Mar. 96 

5 Sept. 96 

13 Jan. 97 



Siding Master. — Douglas Hall, 8 May 39 ; Hon. Zieut. 
Quarter Master. — William Wragg, 6 Nov. 86 ; Hon. Captain, 6 Nov. 96. 

Surgeon Major — Horatio R. O. Cross," 13 Oct. 97 ; Surgeon Captain, 4 Aug. 78 ; Surgeon' Major, n Aug. 97. 
Surgeon Captain. — 

Veterinary Officer. — John D. Edwards, 14 n Sept. 89 ; Vet. Captain 4 Aug. 76 ; istClass, 6 Aug. 86; Vetera 
inary Major, 20 Aug. 96. 

Scarlet — FacingsBlue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from France, January 1816. 



1 Prince Edward of Saxe-Weimar served the Eastern Campaign of 1854 with the Grenadier Guards, including th* 
battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sevastopol (wounded in the leg in the Trenches, 19 Oct., an<3 
mentioned in despatches, Aide deCamp to the Queen and Colonel, CB., Medal with four Clasps, Officer of the Legion 
of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

6 Sir Simon Lockhart served with the 1st Life Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the 
engagements at El Magfar 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). 

9 Lt.Colonel Miles served with the 1st Life Guardsin the Egyptian war of i882,and was present in the engagements 
at El Magfar 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). 

10 Major Calley served with the 1st Life Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the engagements 
at El Magfar and Mahsama, in the two actions at Kassasin, at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir, and at the capture eJ 
Cairo (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

12 Captain Fraser.— See Civil Decorations for Gallantry, "Hart's Annual Army List," p. 7S6. 

18 Surgeon Crosse.— For War Services, see Army Medical Staff. 

M "Veterinary Major Edwards.— For War Services, see Army Veterinary Department. 



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The Royal Arms. "Dettingen" "Peninsula" "Waterloo" "Egypt, 1882" "Tel-el-Kebib.' 



Full I Half 
Pay. Pay. 



28 



Colonel-in-Chief.— Field Marshal His Royal Highness Albert Edward, Prince o/'Wales and Duke of Cornwall, 

KG. KT. KP. GMB. GCSI. GCMG. GCIE. GCVO. 29 May 80. 
Colonel.— Richard William Penn, Earl Howe, 1 GCVO. CB. Ens. if Lt. p i 4 July 38 ; Lt. 3r Capt. p s Apr. 44 ; 

Bt. Major, 28 May 53 ; Capt. $ Lt. Colonel, 20 June 54 ; Colonel, 17 Nov. 57 ; Major General, 6 Mar. 68 ; 

Lt General, 1 Oct. 77 ; General, 16 March 80; Colonel 17th Foot, 25 June 79 ; Colonel 2nd Life Guards, 

5 Jan. 90. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Douglas Mackinnon Baillie Hamilton, Earl of Dundonald, 4 CB. MVO. Cornet, 

p 6 July 70; Lt. 28 Oct. 71 j Capt. 10 April 78; Major, 12 Jan. 85; Bt. Lt.Colonel, 15 June 85; Colonel, 

15 June 89; Lt. Colonel, 12 Jan. 95. 



Majobs. 
AudleyDallasNeeld(.Bf.Z*.CWonW,i2jan.'» 

95), 2nd in Command 26 June 96 j 

John Anstruther Smith-Cuninghame 10 

Charles Fred. St.ClairAnstruther- Thomson 

Captains. 

Mountifort John Courtnay Longfield 16 

Oswald Henry Ames 

Reginald Arthur Haworth Peel 

Thomas, Earlof Longford 

Algernon Francis HolfordFerguson,4«ie~i 
de Camp to the Governor of New South > 
Wale*, 11 Oct. 95 J 

Richard Todd Ellison 

Sydney Thornhill Hankey 



COBNBT, SOB 

LIEUT., OB 
2ND LIEUT. 



Lieutenants. 

John Chaytor Brinton 

Algernon Richard Trotter, Adjutant \ 

22 May 95 j 

William Lord Kensington 

Mervyn Edward George Rhys Wingfield.. 

Sir Edward Paulet Stracey, Bart 

Hon. Osbert Cecil Molyneux 

Claude Champion-de Crespigny 

Hon. Malcolm Bowes-Lyon 

Henry Siward Balliol Surtees 



Second Lieutenants. 

Herbert Henry Spender Clay 

Hon. Arthur Edward Bruce O'Neill 



p i5 Feb. 71 



23 Oct. 3o 



7 1 



28 Oct. 

11 Feb. 76 
13 June 74 



13 April Si 

10 April 83 
12 Jan. 85 



5 Feb. 

22 Aug. 88 

17 July 89 

28 June 90 

28 Jan. 

10 Feb. 

22 June 92 

14 Feb. 94 

22 Aug. 94 

2 Jan. 95 

3 July 95 
3 July 95 

21 Dec. 95 



10 June 96 
(26 May 97 



1 July 


3i 


14 May 


84 


6 May 


8s 


16 May 


88 


12 Jan. 


QI 


8 Apr. 


91 


13 Apr. 


92 


13 Apr. 


92 


5 Apr. 


93 


5 Apr. 


9S 


22 May 


9=5 


11 Oct. 


95 


11 Oct. 


95 


5 Aug. 


96 


26 May 


97 


14 July 


97 



14 Mar. 
26 Oct. 
19 Nov. 
12 Jan. 



22 May 95 



11 Oct. 
20 May 



bbevet 

ma j or.. 



majob. 



24 Sept. 87 

12 Jan. oz 
12 Jan. 95. 



Riding Master. — Charles Henry Burt, 8 June 81 ; Hon. Captain, 8 June 91. 
Quarter Master. — Thomas George Entwistle, 13 Oct. 86; Hon. Captain, 13 Oct. 96. 

Surgeon Major. — Percy Gordon Radstock Young, 13 Oct. 80 ; Surgeon, 3 Feb. 78 ; Surgeon Major, 12 Aug. 90, 
Surgeon Lieutenant. — Rupert Fawssett, 19 Sept. 97; Surgeon Lieut. 29 July 95 {attached). 
Veterinary Officer.— Thomas Flintoff, 18 10 June 91 ; Vet. Capt. 23 June 75 ; 1st Class, 23 June 85 j Vet.Major r 
Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. [23 June 95. 

Returned from France, February 1816. 



1 Earl Howe served as Aide de Camp to Sir George Cathcart in the Kaffir war in 1852-53 (Medal), for which 
service he was promoted to the Brevet rank of Major. Served at the siege of Delhi in 1857, as Acting Quarter 
Master General of the Queen's Troops (Colonel, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

6 Lord Dundonald served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 in command of the 2nd Life Guards detachment 
of 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 of 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). 

10 Major Smith-Cuninghame served with the 2nd Life Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and wan present in 
the two actions at Kassasin and at the battle of Tel-e!-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

16 Captain Longfield served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 2nd Life Guards detachment of the Camel 
Corps (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

18 Veterinary Captain Flintoff. — For War Services, see Army Veterinary Department. 



Continuation of Notes to Boyal Horse Guards. 

2 Lt.Colonel Brocklehurst served with the Royal Horse Guards 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 
(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). 

3 Lord Binning served with the Roval 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 Kafsasin on the 9th September, at the battle of 
Tel-el-Kebir and at the capture of Cairo (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Seived 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 
Hazara Expedition in 1888 with the River Column, and was present in the engagement at Kotkai (mentioned in 
despatches, Medal with Clasp) . 

* Captain Villiers served with the TJnyoro Expedition, Central Africa, in 1893-94 (nominated to the 3rd ClasB 
of the order of the Brilliant Star of Zanzibar for services to the Sultan of Zanzibar). 
6 Surgeon Lt.Colonel Forrester. — For War Services, see Army Medical Staff. 




Royal Horse Guards. 

The Royal Arms. " Dettingen ','." Peninsula " "Wateeloo ' 



[Windsor, 
' Tel-el-Kebib." 



Egtpi 1882' 
Colonel-in-Chief.— Field Marshal His Eoyul Highness Albert Edward, Prince of Wales and Duke of Cornwall, 

KG. KT. KP. GMB. GCSI. GCMG. GCIE. GCVO. 29 May 80. 
Colonel.— St. Hon. Garnet Joseph, Viscount Wolseley, 1 KP. GCB. GCMG. Commander in Chief; Ensign, 

12 March 52; Lieut. 16 May 53; Captain, 26 Jan. 55; Bt. Major, 24 Mar. 58; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 26 Apr. 

5q; Major, 15 Feb. 61 j Colonel, 5 June 65 ; Major General, 6 Mar. 68 ; Lt. General, 25 Mar. 78 ; General, 

18 Nov. 82 ; Field Marshal, 26 May 94 ; Colonel Royal Horse Guards, 29 Mar. 95. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— John Fielden Brocklehurst,* MVO. it. 2 Dee. 74 ; Capt. 18 May 81 ; Bt.Major, 

15 June 85 ; Major, 24 Sept. 87 ; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 18 Jan. 91 ; Lt. Colonel, 18 Jan. 95. 



Majobs. 

George, Lord Binning 3 (Brevet Lt. Colonel ' 
8 Jan. 95), 2nd in Command 26 June 96 . 

Henry Thomas Fen wick 

William Anstruther-Thomson 



Captains. 
\rthur Vaughan Hanning Vaughan-Lee ... 

Gordon Chesney Wilson ...'. 

Charles Hyde Villiers 4 

Wilfred Francis Ricardo 

Gerald James FitzGerald 

Hon. Geo. Cecil Beaumont Weld Forester, ? 

Adjutant 5 Yeomanry Brigade 1 Oct. 95. ) 
Arthur Jocelyn Charles, Visct. Sudley, ) 

serving with the Egyptian Army ) 

William Dixon Mann-Thomson 



.Lieutenants. 

Charles Ernest Rose 

John George, Marquis of Tullibardine, > 

serving with the Egyptian Army ) 

Hon. AlgemonHy.Ohas.Hanbury-Tracy, "( 

serving underfheForeignQfficein E.Africa i 

Edmund Butler Charteris 

Henry William, Visct. Crichton, Adju- ) 

tan't 8 Dec. 96 j 

Hon. Reginald Ward 

Hon. Arthur Vesey Meade 

Hon. Richard Frederick Molyneux 

Hon. Dudley Churchill Marjoribanks 

Henry De la Poer, Marquis of Waterford ... 

Second Lieutenants. 

Henry John, Luke o/Roxburghe 

Charles Stewart Henry, Visct. Castlereagh 
Harold Ernest Brassey 



2ND LIEUT, j 


11 Sept. 


80 


17 Apr. 


So 


4 May 
23 Nov. 

16 May 

17 July 


87 
87 

88 
89 


17 July 


89 


20 Nov. 


89 


4 Mar. 


91 


23 Apr. 


92 


28 Dec. 


92 


28 Dec. 


92 


28 Dec. 


92 


5 May 


94 


6 Feb. 
13 Feb. 

3 Apr. 

3 July 
18 Mar. 


95 

95 
95 
95 
96 


20 Feb. 
8 Sept. 
8 Sept. 


97 
97 
97 



11 Apr. 

11 Mar. 
1 July 



18 July 85 

5 Dec. 

1 June 
18 Sept. 89 
24 Sept. 90 

15 Oct. 90 

13 Apr. 92 
5 Apr. 93 

5 Apr. 93 
30 Dec. 93 



18 Apr. 
22 Dec. 
6 Feb. 

6 Nov. 

4 Mar. 
11 Nov. 
13 Jan. 
18 June 



CAPTAIN. 



14 May 87 

15 Apr. 91 
30 Dec. 93 

18 Apr. 94 



21 Nov. 

22 Dec. 
18 Jan. 

6 Feb. 



30 Mar. 95 

30 Mar. 95 
4 Mar. 96 



BEEV.MAJ. 



22 Dec. 94 

19 Sept. 96 
1 May 97 



Hiding Master. — Charles James Ashley, 20 Dec. 93 ; Hon. Lieut. 

Quarter Master. — William Stubbs, 27 Nov. 95 ; Hon. Lieut. 

Surgeon Lt. Colonel. — James Stevenson Forrester, 13 Oct. 97; Surgeon Captain, 30 Sept. 74; Surgeon Major, 

25 Oct. 94; Surgeon Lt. Colonel, 25 Oct. 94. 
Surgeon Captain.— Hugh Rayner, MB. 13 Feb. 97; Surgeon Captain, 30 Jan. 86. 
Veterinary Officer. — Francis Binyoun Drage, 1 May 97 ; Veterinary Lieut. 18 July 88. 
Blue — Facings Scarlet. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from France, 2 February 1816. 

1 Loid Wolseley served with the Soth Regiment in the Burmese war of 1852-53 (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 emplo3'ed 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, and was 
present at the relief oi Lucknow, defence of the Alumbagh by Outram, with the several engagements there, siege 
and capture of Lucknow, subsequently 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 
Iit.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. 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 ser- 
vice 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 honarary 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 recogni- 
tion 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 t® 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 
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 
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 an arduous night march, all his guns captured, aud 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). 

\_For remainder of Notes, see preceding page. 



Colchester. ] 



1st {The King's) Dragoon Guards. 



136 



Years'Ser. 



Full Half 
Pay. Pay 



16 



The Royal Cypher within the Garter. "Blenheim" "Ramillies" "Oudenabde" "Malplaquet" 
"Dettingen" "Waterloo" "Sevastopol" "TakuFobts" "Pekin" " South Aebica, 1879." 
Colonel in Chief.— His Majesty Francis Joseph I. Emperor of Austria and King of Hungary, 25 Mar. 96. 
Colonel. — James Robert Steadman Sayer, 1 CB. Cornet, p 23 May 45 ; Lt. p 3i March 48 ; Capt. v 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 1st Dragoon Guards, 25 June 86. 
Lieutenant Colonel. — p.s.c. Richard Charles Bernard Lawrence, 1 Lt. 12 Feb. 76; Capt. 1 June 80; Bt.Major, 

18 Nov. 82 ; Major, 25 Jan. 88 ; Lt. Colonel, 14 June 94. 



Majors. 
Henry Lee Pennell, Aide de Camp to the \ 

Lt. Governor N.W. Provinces J 

p.s.c. William Henry Birkbeck 11 

John Flint 



Captains. 
Steuart Bogle Smith, Adjutant Devon\ 

Yeomanry Brigade 15 Nov. 95 J 

William James Smyth Fergusson 13 

Charles James Briggs 



2ND LIEUT. 



Frederick Courtenay Longuet Hulton, ") 
Supdt. of Gymnasia, Dublin, 1 May 94 .. 5 

Hugh de Crespigny Eastwood 

Francis Churchill Quicke 

John Ambard Bell-Smyth 

p.s.c. William Maurice Marter, Dep. Assist. ~) 
Adjutant General, York, 16 Mar. 97 j 



Lieutenants. 

Herbert Francis Langton 

Henry John Williams 

Edmund Deacon, Adjutant S June 97... 

Denham Parker 

Hugh Ffbrde Searight 

Peter Robert Denny 

Henry Francis Wickham 

Bon. Chandos Graham Gore-Langton 
John Andrew Charies Hamilton 



Second Lieutenants. 

Darcy Arthur Rasbotham 

Duncan Mackinnon Gray 

Robert Johnstone Grewing 



21 Dec. 87 
sFeb. 



28 Jan. 82 

25 Aug. 85 
2 July 84 



28 Jan. 

6 Feb. 
30 Jan. 

24 Nov. 

19 Ang 



82 



8 Oct. 

4 Mar. 

5 Oct. 
30 Jan. 

6 Mar. 

7 Dec. 
4 July 

16 Sept. 96 
28 Oct. 96 



7 July 97 

8 Sept. 97 
1 Dec. 97 



CAPTAIN. 



BBEV. MAJ. 



35 

1 Apr. 90 
1 Apr. go 

t8 Feb. 91 



7 Sept. 92 

1 Mar. 93 
5 Sept. 94 

15 Nov. 95 
n Mar. 96 
4 July 96 

2 June 97 
2 June 97 

13 Oct. 97 



23 Oct. 88 

31 Jan. 90 
16 Oct. 91 



17 Feb. 92 

29 June 90 

1 Mar. 93 

iS Oct. 93 

14 June 94 
6 Nov. 95 

15 Nov. 95 
ti Mar. 96 



22 Aug. 94 

3 Apr. 97 
22 Dec. 97 



Siding Master. -~ William Plowman, 8 Jan. 96; Son. Lieut. 
Quarter Master. — William Henry Collins, 15 1 Mar. 93 ; Son. Lieut. 

Scarlet — FacingsBlue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from India, 1 Nov. 91. 

1 Lieut.General Sayer served with the 1st Dragoon Guards in the Crimean campaign from iSth Aug. 1855, 
including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (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). 

I Lt.Colonel Lawrence served in the Egyptian war of 1882 (mentionedin despatches, BrevetofMajor, Medal, 4th 
Class 01' the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star) . 

II Major Birkbeck served with the Hazara Expedition in 1888 as Assistant Superintendent of Army Signalling 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served with the Chin-Lushai Expeditionary Force in 1889-90 as 
Assistant Superintendent of Army Signalling (mentioned in despatches, Clasp). 

13 Captain Fergusson served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 2nd Battalion of the Duke of Corn- 
wall's Light Infantry, and took part in the operations of the Advance Column under Major General Earle (Medal 
with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

1 5 Lieut. Collins served in the Zulu war in 1879, and was present in the Cavalry affairat Erzungayan (Medal 
with Clasp). 



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Pay. 


3'Ser. 

Half 
Pay. 


2* 




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j6 
16 


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16 
13 


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14 
12 
12 




11 




11 
11 




10 




10 




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7 





2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays). 

The Royal Cypher within the Garter. " Lucknow." 

Colonel.— William Henry Seymonr, 1 CB. Ensign, T j May 47 ; Lt. 10 June 52 
May 58 ; Lt.Colenel, 7 July 58 ; Colonel, 7 July 63; Major General, 24 Dec. 



[" Leeds. 



Cap/. 29 Dec. 54 ; Major, 13 

j Lieut. General, 30 Sept. 82 ; 

Coio'neZ 13th Hussars, 5 Jan. 91; Colonel 2nd 



General, 1 Jan. 85 ; Colonel 3rd Dragoon Guards, 2 Nov. I 
Dragoon Guards, 20 Jan. 94. 
Lieutenant Colonel. — Joseph Alexander Lambert, Lieut. 2 Dec. 74; Captain, 1 Dec. 80; Major, 21 July 88; 
Lt. Colonel, 20 Nov. 95. 



Majoes. 
George Prescott Douglas 4 
James Edward Dewar 9 . 



John Chas Arthington Walker, 10 Recruit-") 
ing Staff Officer, West London, 12 May 96 j 

Captains. 

William Kirk 

Valentine Geo. Whitla, 13 Adjutant 1 Nov. 93 
William Horsley Persse, 11 serving with the") 

Egyptian Army J 

Charles Kendal Bushe 12 

James O'Hara, Army Ray Department 



Herbert William Wilberforce, 14 Aide de \ 
Camp to the Gov. Gen. of Canada iq Oct. 95 j 

Edward William Llewhellic Urquharl) 
Adjutant 1 Nov. 9 7 5 

Harold Piatt Sykes 

William Alexander Crawford Cockburn, \ 
serving in the Niger Coast Protectorate ... ) 

Robert Douglas Herron 



Percy 



Lieutenants. 
Molesworth Sykes, 



Consul 



at") 
Kerman, Rersia, with rank of Captain ...} 

Nevill Maskelyne Smyth, 15 serving with") 
the Ryyptian Army $ 

ThomaB Ward 

William Robert Bindloss 

Richard Lucas Mullens 

George Frederick Thompson 

Edward Spencer Dickin 

Marcus Stamer Beresford Gubbins 

Charles Albert Leslie French 



Second Lieutenants. 

Cecil Pellew Bradshaw 

Cecil Aubrey Escombe 

John Henry Pige-Leschallas 



2ND LIEUT. 



19 Feb. 81 



14 Sept. 87 

16 Nov. 87 

8 June 87 

14 Mar. 88 

29 Feb. 88 



22 Aug. 

23 July 
12 Mar. 

8 Oct. 
7 Dec. 
7 Dec. 
6 June 
6 June 



3 Feb. 97 
7 July 97 
1 Dec. 97 



1 July 81 
29 July 82 

29 July 82 



2 Aug. 
6 May 

6 May 

23 Aug. 
30 Jan. 

10 Mar. 

24 Feb. 
9 Dec. 
1 Apr. 
6 Mar. 



26 Apr 

26 Apr. 95 

28 Aug. 95 

i3 Sept. 95 

27 Jan. 92 
10 Mar. 97 
10 Mar. 97 

9 July 97 

9 July 97 



CAPTAIN. 



20 July 87 
20 July 87 

20 Jan. 86 



25 July 88 

9 Dec. 92 

6 Mar. 95 

28 Aug. 95 

16 Dec. 96 

16 Dec. 96 

16 Dec. 96 

10 Mar. 97 

9 July 97 

9 July 97 



Riding Master. — Henry Andrew Hughes, 23 July 79; Son. Captain, 23 July I 
Quarter Master. — Joseph Hopkins, 3 Nov. 91 ; Hon. Lieut. 

Scarlet — Facings Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from Egypt, 3 Noc. 1896. 



BKEV.MAJ. 



MAJOB, 



10 Mar. 9,7 

3 Apr. 97 

12 May 9; 



' General Seymour served during the Crimean campaign of 1S54-55 with the 68th Light Infantry, including; 
the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, and Turkish 
Medal). Served in the Indian Mutiny campaigns of 1858-59 with the 2nd Dragoon Guards, including the action 
of Nusserutpore, siege and capture of Lucknow (charger wounded), and subsequent operations, action of Nawab- 
gunge (in command of three squadrons of the Regiment), and re-occupation of Fyzabad. Commanded the Bays 
throughout the Oude campaign, including the action of Jamo (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 CB.). 

4 Major 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). 

9 Major Dewar served In the Soudan campaign in 1885 as Orderly Officer to Brigadier General Ewart, Com- 
manding the Cavalry Brigade (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

10 Major Walker served in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 with the :9th Hussars, and was present in the en- 
gagements at El Teb and Temai (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Nile Expedition in 
1884-85 with the 19th Hussars (Clasp). 

11 Captain 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). 

12 Captain Bushe served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 1st Battalion of the Gordon Highlanders and 
with the River Column under Major General Earle (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

1 3 Captain Whitla served in the Egyptian war of 1S82 as Midshipman on board H.M.S. Sultan, and was present 
at the bombardment of the Alexandrian Forts ; afterwards landed with the Naval Brigade (Medal with Clasp, and 
Khedive's Starl. Served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896, includ- 
ing the engagement at Firket and the operations at Hafir (mentioned in despatches, Khedive's Medal with two 
Clasps). 

14 Captain Wilberforce served in the Hazara Expedition in 1891 as Orderly Officer to Major General Elles, 
Commanding the Force (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

15 Captain Smyth served with the Zhob Valley Expedition in 1890-91. 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 ClasB of the Medjidie, Khedive's Medal with two Clasps). 



York, 


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Full Half 


Pay. 


Pay. 


22 




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18 




14 




14 




13 




12 




12 




11 




10 




9 




9 




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3rd (TAe Prince of Wales's) Dragoon Guards. 



138 



The Prince's PInme. The Rising Sun and Red Dragon. "Blenheim" "Ramillies" " Oudenabdb " 

" M ALPLAQUET " " TALAVBBA " "ALBUHBBA" " VlIIOBIA " " PENINSULA " " ABYSSINIA." 

Colonel. — Conyers Tower, 1 CB. Cornet, p 7 June 44 ; Lt. p 6 June 45 ; Capi. p i8 Jan. 50 ; Major, r ij May 61 ; 

Lt. Colonel, p 4 Aug. 63; Colonel, 4 Aug. 68; Major General, 20 Mar. 78; Lieut. General, 20 March 83 ; 

Colonel 3rd Dragoon Guards, 5 Jan. 91. 
Lieutenant Colonel. — Uiick George Campbell de Burgh, 2 Lieut, it Sept. 76; Capt. 1 July 81 ; Major, 31 

Oct. 90 ; Lt. Colonel, 24 Nov. 97. 



Majors. 

p.s.c. Charles Herbert Farquharson 

Arthur Patrick Douglas Lushington 

Herbert Mercer 

Captains. 

Clive Skene Keith 

Charles Leonard Cotton 

Walter Triggs, 5 Army Pay Department ... 

Charles Inglis Scott 

Andrew Bellew Nolan 

William Robert Robertson, 6 DSO. Staff S 

College $ 

Francis John Ryder, Adjutant 17 Aug. 95 

Lieutenants. 
Oswald Buckley Bingham Smith-BingO 

ham ) 

James William Ferguson 

William Ernest Davis Goff 

Alexander Ian Mitchell 

Percival Naylor Kent 

Richard William Longfleld 

Robert Edward M'lllree Lomer 

Second Lieutenants. 

Gerald Achilles Burgoyne 

Alfred Burt 

George Trevor-Roper Cook 



2ND LIEUT. 


11 Aug. 


80 


5 Feb. 


87 


27 June 


8S 


30 Jan. 


89 


8 June 


89 


26 Apr. 


90 


12 Mar. 


Q2 


1 Nov. 


9.1 


10 Jan. 


Q4 


6 Mar. 


9 1 ? 


29 May 


95 


6 June 


96 


6 June 


96 


8 Sept. 


97 



27 Jan. 

1 July 

30 Jan. 



83 



14 May 84 

7 Feb. 85 
27 Mar. 86 

8 Dec. 86 
31 July 89 

1 Mar. 91 

17 Sept. 91 

23 Dec. 91 

5 Sept. 92 

7 June 93 

23 Feb. 95 

23 Feb. 95 

15 Apr. 96 

16 Sept. 96 



12 Feb. 87 

7 May 87 

8 Apr. 90 

4 July 92 

5 Sept. 92 
24 Nov. 92 
24 May 93 

5 July 93 

3 Apr. 95 
3 Apr. 95 



5 Sept. 92 

24 Nov. 92 

3 Apr. 97 



Paymaster.— 

Riding Master. — 'William Sykes, 20 Feb. 95 ; Son. Lieut. 

Quarter Master. — Charles Henry Thorne, 5 Aug. 96 ; Hon. Lieut. 

Scarlet — Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Holt and Co. 
Returned from Natal, 21 Nov. 1895. 

1 Lt. General Tower served with the 6th Dragoons the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of 
Balaklava and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Commanded the 3rd Dragoon 
Guards during the Abyssinian campaign in 1868, and was present at the assault and capture of Magdala (men- 
tioned in despatches, CB., and Medal). 

2 Lt.Colonel de Burgh served with the 7th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present as 
Adjutant in the engagements 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). 

5 Captain Triggs served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 (Medal) . 

6 Captain Robertson served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 as Intelligence Officer 
(mentioned in despatches, DSO. and Medal with Clasp). 



Record of the Services of the 3rd (The Prince of Wales') Dragoon Guards. 

Raised in 16S5. Germany, to 1758 (battles of Blenheim, Ramillies,Oudenarde and Malplaquet). England, 
to 1780. France, to 1794. England, to 1809. 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- 
land, to 1834. Ireland, to 1837. England, to 1843. Ireland, to 1846. Scotland, to 1848. England, to 
1852. Ireland, to March. 1857. England, to August 1857. India, to Feb. 1868. Abyssinia, to May 
1808 (Abyssinian war). England, to 1875. Ireland, to 1881. Scotland, to 1883. England, to 1884. 
India, 1884. 



139 



4th {Royal Irish) Dragoon Guards. 



["Jamrud, Punjab. 
[.Depot, Canterbury. 



Full 
Pay. 



30 



Half 
Pay 



• TheHarpandCroTO,MdtheStoofSt.Patrick,withthemotto«'Q«f..^™4«7» 
Balaklava "Sevastopol" "Egypt, 1882 " " Tel-el-Kebib " 
Colonel.— Sir Henry Clement Wilkinson.i XC.B. JEb«ob, 15 Feb s 6- Lieut ?- Aw c n • Cnr,t„;«, P,., <5o-r,t n 

2te 9 p 4 i J ^f J ^M^fo^ 3 July ™ ^^fcWrs&sasj 



Majobs. 
P.a.c. Herbert Chas. Thornton Littledale, 10 ' 

2W(f in Command 26 June 96 

Arthur Abney Sandys 4 .' 

Francis Blayney Lucas Woodwright 

Hon. Rupert Leigh 12 

Captains. 
Charles Michael Edgeworth Brinkley .... 

Gerald Burrell Geach 

Hon. William Wrottesley 

Malcolm M'Neill, 13 Aide de Camp to] 

H.BM.the Duke of Connaught, 26 N0V.96J 

William Belk, Adjutant 14 Apr. 97 

David Plenderleath Sellar 

Bampfylde Leonard Carew 



2ND LIEUT 



Lieutenants. 

George Frederick Mappin 

Cecil Robert Gaunt, with Malakand Field 

Force 

Clement Parker Toulson 

Ernest Frank Holden (Depot) 

Edward Rickards | 

Herbert Timbrell M'Clellan __ 

Brownlow Hy. Hamilton Mathew-Lannowe 

John Hurdress Lloyd 

Charles Crosbie 



LIEUT. 



Second Lieutenants. 

Jeremy Taylor Marsh 

Augustus George Aime Jerrard . 

Charles Mackenzie Grogan 

Hugh Tweed Walford Wyllie .... 
Kyrle Eugene Money 



30 Jan. 89 
8 June 89 
8 June S9 

29 Nov. 90 

27 June 91 
3 Dec. 90 

28 June 90 
5 Oct. 9 

n July 9 

8 Aug. 9, 

10 Oct. 9, 

10 Oct. 9. 



12 Dec. 
12 Dec. 
12 Dec. 
6 June 
12 Aug. 



21 Sept. 74 

13 June 74 
2 Aug. 82 
11 Feb. 76 

2q July 8: 

2 Aug. 8: 

23 May 8; 

S Dec. 8; 

11 June 90 
30 Sept. 90 
8 Oct. 90 



8 Mar. 

10 June 82 

8 May 88 

17 Mar. 86 

7 Mar. „, 

18 June 90 
5 Mar. 91 



4 May 92 

18 Apr. 94 

6 Aug. 94 

12 Sept. 94 



23 Apr. 


92 


23 Apr. 


92 


24 May 


92 


13 Nov. 


93 


:8 Apr. 


°4 


31 July 


QS 


11 Sept. 


95 


1 July 


q6 


27 Jan. 


97 



21 May 84 



13 June 94 

8 Oct. 90 
12 Sept. 94 
31 Jan. 94 



Paymaster. — Lieut. C. R. Gaunt (acting). 
Riding Master. — Ernest Pettitt Cant, 25 Jan. 88; Hon. Lieut. 

Quarter Master. — Frank Hamilton Charters, 14 May 87 ; Hon. Captain, 14 May 97. 
Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Holt and Co. 
Embarkedfor India, 12 Sept. 94. 

1 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 ca pture of Kotah , battle of Kot ake s erai , 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 (Medalwith 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 Gtneral'Phayre (mentioned in 
despatches, 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). 

2 Lt.Colonel Sulivan served with the 15th Hussars in the Candahar Column in the Afghan war of 1878-80, 
including the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzai ; also served with the Thull-Chotiali F ; .eld Force under Brigadier 
General Biddulph, and in the Column under Major General Phayre in Southern Afghanistan (Medal). Served in 
the Boer war of 1881. 

* Major Sandys served with the 4th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian warof 1882, and was present in the engage- 
ment at Tel-el-Mahuta, the two actions at Kassasin, the battle of Tel-el-Kebir, and the capture of Cairo (Medal 
with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

10 Major Littledale served in the expedition to the Soudan under Sir Gerald Graham in 1884 with the 1st 
Battalion York and Lancaster Regiment, and was present in the engagement at El Teb— severely wounded 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

12 Mai or the Hon. R. Leigh served with the 15th Hussars in the Candahar Column in the Afghan war of 1878-80 
including the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzai, and was present in the engagements with the Afghan cavalry at Takht- 
i-Pul (mentioned in despatches) ; also served with the Thull-Chotiali Field Force under Brigadier Genera] 
Biddulph, and accompanied Major General Phayre in his march to Candahar (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 Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Bechuana- 
land Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 1884-85 on special service as Assistant Commandant of the Remount 
Depot. 

13 Captain M'Neill served with the expedition to the Soudan in 1885 with the 5th Lancers and as Orderly Officer 
to Sir Henry Ewart, Commanding the Cavalry Brigade, and was present in the engagement at Hasheen and 
at the destruction of Temai (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

Record of the Services of the 4th (Royal Irish) Dragoon Guards. 
Raised in 1685 as a Regiment of Cuirassiers, " The Sixth Horse." Designated "The 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," 1788. 
To England, 1793. To Ireland, 1795. To England, 1799. To Ireland, 1802. To England, 1804. To 
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 Biege of Sebastopol). 
To England, 1856. To Ireland, 1861. To England. 1867. To Ireland, 1872. To England, 1878. To 
Egypt, 1882 (campaign of 1882 and battle of Tel-el-Kebir). To England, 1882. Detachment to the 
Nile, 1884-85. To Ireland, 1886. To England, 1891. To India, 1894, 



Years' Ser. 



Dlpot.^tlrbury.] 5th. (Princess Charlotte of Wales's) Dragoon Guards. 140 

" Vestigia nulla retrorsum." — "Blenheim" "Ramillies'' "Oudenaede" "Malplaquet" 
"Salamanca" "Vittobia" "Toulouse" "Peninsula" "Balaklava" "Sevastopol." 

Colonel. — Son. Somerset John Gough Calthorpe, 1 Cornet, p 23 May 48 ; Lieut. p 23 May 51 ; Capt. p i4 Sept. 55 
Bt. Major, 2 Nov. 55 ; Major, 22 July 56; Lt. Colonel, v i$ Feb. 61; Colonel, 15 Feb. 66; Major General, 
25 July 70; Lieut. General, 1 July 81 ; Colonel 5th Lancers, 18 Nov. 87; Colonel 5th Dragoon Guards, 
24 Jan. 92. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell, 2 Lieut. 11 Sept. 76; Captain, 16 Hay 83; 
Major, 1 July 92; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 25 Mar. 96 ; Lieut. Colonel, 25 Apr. 97 ; Colonel, 8 May 97. 



Fall Hall 
Par. 



Majoes. 

p.s.c. Edward Began 4 ...„ 

St. John Corbet Gore 6 

James Henry Aspinwall, 7 Adjutant 2") 

Yeomanry Brigade 1 June93 i 

Alfred Hamilton Mackenzie Edwards, 8 1 

2nd in Command 27 Sept. 97 !> 

Captains. 

William Eden Stobart 9 (Depot) 

Alfred Rene Heneage 10 

Henry Bagwell-Purefoy 12 

William Leetham 

Herbert Hoare 

Frederick Adolphus Dawson OliverEustace 

Percy Henry Darbyshire 

Maurice FitzGerald 



Lieutenants. 
Henry Gerard Hegan Kennard, Adjutant ) 

6 Jan. 97 5 

Frederick Thomas Parker ..., 

Bertram Robert Mitford Glossop 

James Robert Lindsay Garrard (Depot) ... 

William Quintyne Winwood 

Hugh Price Travers 

Roland Langharne Clennell Wilkinson ... 

Bertie Gordon Clay 

Henry Hodge Lamb 

Philip Guy Reynolds 



Second Lieutenants. 

Guy Hartley Watson 

Son. Ralph Legge Pomeroy 

Lewis Maxwell Dunbar 

John Tate Ferris 

Owen Edgar Moore Saunders 

George irchibald Swinton Home . 



2ND LIEUT. 



' 

11 Sept. 76 

22 Jan. 79 1 July Si 

2 Mar. 78 22 Mar. 79 
27 Jan. 83 



10 Mar. 83 

11 Sept. 77 
23 Aug. 84 

7 Feb. 85 

23 May 85 

6 Feb. 89 

26 Mar. 90 

25 Nov. 85 



16 Nov. 87 
9 Jan. 89 



8 Oct. 90 

4 Mar. 
30 May 
13 July 
15 Mar. 
28 June 

9 Sept. 
21 Oct. 
25 Oct. 



CAPTAIN. 



31 Jan. 82 

25 Feb. 85 

26 Aug. 84 
18 Feb. 89 



24 Aug. 87 
23 May 88 
27 Mar. 89 

25 Apr. 93 
6 Sept. 93 

15 Jan. 95 
11 Sept. 95 
27 Jan. 97 



28 June 93 



23 Dec. 93 

23 Dec. 93 

12 Dec. 94 

25 Mar. 96 

6 June 96 

6 June 96 



21 Oct. 91 

1 July 92 
25 Apr. 93 

6 Sept. 93 
24 Jan. 94 

9 May 95 

9 May 95 
11 Sept. 95 
11 Sept. 95 
15 Apr. 96 



EEEV.MAJ. 



22 Dec. 87- 

6 Sept. 93 

11 Sept. 95 

7 Oct, 96 



Paymaster. — Lieut. Henry H. Lamb (acting) . 

Biding Master. — Robert Gilford, 3 April 78 ; Hon. Captain, 3 Apr. 88. 

Quarter Master. — Charles Hill Farbrother, 10 July 95 ; Son. Lieut. 

Scarlet — Facings Green. — Agents, Messis. Cox and Co. 
Embarked for India, 7 September 1893. 

1 Lt.General Hon. S. J. G. Calthorpe served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Aide de Camp to Lord 
Raglan, including .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 Colonel Baden-Powell served in the operations in Zululand in 1888 as Assistant Military'Secretary to the 
General Officer Commanding and as Intelligence Officer (mentioned in despatches) . Served with the expedition 
to Ashanti under Sir Francis Scott in 1895 (Brevet of Lt.Oolonel, Star). Served in the operations in South 
Africa in 1896 as Chief Staff Officer (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel). 

* Major Hegan served in the Boer war of 1 881 with the In.iiskilling Dragoons. 

6 Major Gore served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-S5 with the Camel Corps (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's 
Star). 

7 Major Aspinwall served with the 7th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the 
engagements of 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). 

8 Major Edwards served with the Hazara Expedition in 1888 as Assistant Provost Marshal (Medal with Clasp). 

9 Captain Stobart served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-35 with the Heavy Camel Regiment (Medal with Clasp, 
and Khedive's Star). 

10 Captain Heneage served with the 2nd Battalion Highland Light Infantry in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was 
present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir — wounded (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

12 Captain Bagwell-Purefoy served in the operations in Zululand in 1888. Served with the Bechuanaland Expe- 
dition under Sir Charles Warren in 1884-85 with the Inniskilllng Dragoons. 



141 



6th- Dragoon Guards (CaraUniers). 



Aldershot. 



Year3'3er. 



— .Half 
Pay. IPay, 



' Blenheim " "Ramillies" "Oudenabde" "Malplaquet" 

"AFOHANISTAN, 1879-80." 



"Sbta3iopol" "Delhi' 



Colonel.— Sir Alexander James Hardy Elliot, 1 KCB., Cornet, 18 July 48; Lieut P14 June 50- Capt 
22 Dec. 54 j Bt.Major, 17 July 55 ; Major, 29 July 56 ; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 29 May 63 ; Colonel, 1 Feb. 71 •' 
Major General, 1 July 8i ; Colonel 6 Dragoon Guards, 3 Jan. 92. 

Lieutenant Colonel.— Thomas Cole Porter," Lieut. 24 Feb. 73; Capt. 5 Oct. 78; Major 17 Mar 86- 
Lt. Colonel, 1 July 95. ' 



Majobs. 
Alexander Sprot, 13 2nd in Command") 

26 June 96 J 

p.s.c. Percy Hugh Hamon Massy, 14 Vice I 

Consul mi ^l8io Jl/treor ) 

Henry Mostyn Owen 17 

Francis Sudlow Garratt 7 



Captains. 

Arthur Cochrane Hamilton , 

William JohnChesshyreButler.Adjutant > 

15 May 95 ; 

Charles Kershaw Elworthy 

Henry Peregrine Leader, Superintendent ) 

of Gymnasia, Dover, 26 Aug. 97 ) 

Charles Melville Johnstone 

Walter Dougall 

Edward Leopold Beiss 



Lieutenants. 

Owen Lyall Francis 

John Leslie Reid 

Claud Herbert Campbell 

Son. Lonsdale Richard Douglas Gray 

Stuart Rodger Kirby 

Robert Henry Collis 

Walter Gabriel Home 

Malcolm Matthew Moncriefi 



Second Lieutenants. 

Harold Child Bickford 

William Ernest Watson 

Edward Francis Green 

Francis Edward Till 

Aubrey du Plat Thorold Cole .... 



2ND LIEUT 



30 Jan. 78 

1 May 78 



5 Feb. 
30 Jan. 



87 



22 Aug. 88 
28 June 90 
28 June 90 



28 June 90 

11 May 92 

9 Not. 89 

15 Feb. 93 

15 Mar. 93 

6 June 96 
24 June 96 

5 Aug. -• 

24 Feb. 97 

15 May 97 

9 June 97 

7 July 97 

8 Sept. 97 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



28 Feb. 74 26 Apr. 8 
11 Feb. 75 19 July 8: 



1 July 8 
1 July 8 



10 May 
8 May 

16 Apr. 
2 Sept. 
2 Feb. 



28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 



8 June 92 

28 Dec. 92 

28 Dec. 92 

1 July 95 

4 Sept. 95 
24 Feb. 97 

5 May 97 
1 Sept. 97 



4 Dec. 

3 Oct. 87 

13 June 83 
28 Aug. 95 

4 Sept. 95 

9 Dec. 94 

11 Mar. 96 
4 Nov. 96 
4 Mar. 97 



BBEV. MAJ. 



19 July 89 

24 May 93 

1 July 95 

3 Apr. 7 



24 Captain Brittlebank served in 
the Afghan war in 1879-80, and was 
present with the expeditions into 
the Lughman Valley and agaiDst 
the Wuzeeree Khugianis,and at the 
attack and destruction of several vil- 
lages (Medal). 



Riding Master. — Benjamin Turner, 23 29 July 91 ; Hon. Lieut. 
Quarter Master. — Joseph Brittlebank, 2 * 13 April 81 ; Hon. Captain, 13 Apr. 91. 
Blue — Facings White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
Returned from India, 20 November 1888. 



I Sir Alexander Elliot served five years in India, the last two on Lord Hardinge's staff, prior to entering the 
Royal Army, and was present with his regiment, the 8th Bengal Cavalry, at the battle of Punniar (Bronze 
Star) ; also in the Sutlej campaign, including the battles of Ferozeshah and Sobraon (Medal)V Served in the 
Crimean campaign from Oct. 1854 to 1st April 1855 as Aide de Camp to General Scarlett, including the battle of 
Balaklava (severely wounded) and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, Commander of 
the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

7 Major Garratt served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80 (Medal). 

II Lt.Colonel 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 aud 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) . 

13 Major Sprot served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80, including the engagement with the 
Mohmunds at Dakka (Medal) . 

15 Major Massy served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan warof 1879-80, and took part in the expedition against 
the Wuzeeree Khugianis (Medal). 

17 Major Owen served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80, including the engagement with the 
Mohmunds at Dakka and the expedition against the Wuzeeree Khugianis (Medal) 

23 Lieut. Turner served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, took part with the Kooruro and Khost Expeditions, and 
was present at ihe reconnaissance of the Peiwar Kotal and in the engagements at Mattoon and Futtehabad 
(Medal). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Light Camel Corps, and was present at the attack on 
the convoy on the 14th February and in the action at Abu Klea (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, 
Khedive's Star, and Medal for Distinguished Conduct in the Field). 



Record of the Services of the 6th Dragoon Guards. 
Raised in 1685 (Monmouth's Rebellion). To Ireland, :688 to 1691. England, to March 1692. Flanders, to 1697. 
England, to 1702. Flanders, to 1713. Ireland, to 1744. England, 1744, and returned to Ireland (date uncertain). 
In Ireland, 1747 to 1760. Germany, to 1763. Ireland, to 1793. Low Countries, to 1.795. England, to 1796. Ireland 
to 1803. England (4 troops to Buenos Ayres, 1806) and Scotland, to 1813. Ireland, to 1815. England and Scot- 
land, to 1821. Ireland, to 1824. England and Scotland, to 1830. Ireland, to March 1834. England, to 1840. 
Ireland, to 1842. England and Scotland, to 1846. Ireland, to 1852. England. to 1855. Crimea, to 1856. England, 
to August 1856. India, to 1861. England, to 1866. Ireland, to May 1872. England, to December 1877. India, 
to September 1879. Afghanistan, to October 1880. India, to October 18S8. Home, November 1888. 



Norwich.] 7th (The Princess Royal's) Dragoon Guards 

'Blenheim 



142 



29/, 



Ramillies " "Oudenardb" " Malplaquet " " Dbttingen " " South Afbica, 1846-7" 
"Egypt, 1882" " Tel-el-Kebir." 

Colonel. — Andrew Nugent, 1 Cornet, p i7 Dee. 52 ; Lieut. p 24 Nov. 54 ; Captain, P S Feb. 56 ; Major, 31 Mar. 66 ; 

Lt. Colonel, ''3 Feb. 69; Colonel, 3 Feb. 74; Major General, 19 Feb. 85; Lt. General, 13 Nov. 86; Colonel 

7 Dragoon Guards, 30 Apr. 92. 
Lieutenant Colonel. -William Edward Morrison Rough., 3 Cornet, 23 Sept. 71; Lieut. 28 Oct. 71; Capt. 

22 Mar. 79; Major, 26 Aug. 84; Lt. Colonel, 31 Mar. 96. 



Majobs. 

William Henry Muir Lowe 9 ... 

Charles William Thompson, 10 St..ff College 

William Edwin Danby 

John Weston Parsons Peters, 13 Deputy ) 
Assist.Adj .G en., Remount Est. .'.9 Apr. 96 $ 

Captains. 

Henry Spencer Follett 

RobertCooper 

Bernard Russel Dietz, Superintendent of\ 

Gymnasia, Glasgow, 16 Sept. 96 > 

George Langworthy 

Cecil William Battine 



Lieutenants. 

William Daniel M'Swiney 

Henry Anderson Lempriere, Adjutant ) 

15 Apr. 96 i 

John Edward Frederick Dyer 

John Sanders Cayzer 

Richard Sparrow 

Moreton Foley Gage, serving in Uganda ... 

Christopher Goddard Jackson 

Wilbraham Taylor 

Richd. Griffith Oliver Bramston-Newman 

Second Lieutenants. 

Bertram Douglas Macculloch 

Noel Dawson Henry Campbell 

William Reginald Haldane Jenkins 



2ND LIEUT. 


4 May 


87 


4 May 


«7 


28 Nov. 


88 


14 Mar. 


88 


28 June 


00 


10 Oct. 


91 


12 Mar. 


92 


12 Mar. 


92 


5 Oct. 


92 


6 June 


Q6 


5 Aug. 


96 


20 Feb. 


? 7 



LIEUT. 



22 Oct. 81 

28 Jan. 82 

2 Aug. 82 

9 May 



29 Aug. 

29 Aug. 85 

30 Jan. 

6 Nov. 
26 Feb. 90 



20 Nov. 

23 Dec. 

2 Mar. 
9 Nov. 

8 May 
15 Apr. 
29 Apr. 

9 June 97 
9 June 97 



CAPTAIN. 



9 Mar. 87 

9 Mar. 87 

19 Dec. 87 

31 Mar. 91 



2 Mar. 
1 Apr. 

29 Apr. 

28 Oct. 
2i Mar. 



BREV.MAJ. 



2 Mar. 
21 Mar. 

3 Apr. 

24 Nov. 



971 
3 Sept. 97 



13 Major Peters served with the Chin-Lushai 
Expeditionary Force in 1888-89 on special service 
with Brigadier-General Tregear's Column (Medal 
with Clasp). Served with the Expedition to the 
Black Mountain in 1891 as Superintendent of 
Signalling (Clasp). 



Pai/ master — 

Riding Master.— Harry Richard James Willis, 13 March 80 ; Hon. Captain, 13 March 90. 

Quarter Master. — Frederick Charles Butcher, 26 Oct. 95 ; Son. Lieut. 

Scarlet — Facings Black. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from Egypt, 10 Nov. 94. 



1 Lt.General Nugent served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with tho Scots Greys, including the battle 
of Balaklava, Inkerman, ard Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish 
Medal). 

3 Lt. Colonel Rough served with the 7th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 18S2, and was present in the en- 
gagements of El Mag-far 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). 

'Major Lowe served with the 7th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was presentin the engage- 
ments of 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 Expeditionin 1886-89 
on special service (Medal with two Clasps). 

10 Major Thompson served with the 7th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present 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). 



Record of the Services of the 7th (Princess Royal's) Dragoon Guards. 

Raised in 16S8 as the " 10th Horse, or Devonshire's Regiment." To Ireland, 1689. To the Netherlands as 
" Schomberg's Horse," 1691. To England, 1698. To Holland, 1702 (battles of Blenheim, Ramillies, Oudenarde, 
and Malplaquet). To Ireland, 1714. 
To England, 1745. Er " 

To Ireland, 1763. Entitled ■■ 7U1 Dragoon tjuaras erne rrmcess ttoyai s itegimeniij," 17SB. to Jiingiana, 1799. 
Ireland, 1814. To Scotland, 1820. To England, 1822. To the Cape, 1846 (first Kafir war). To England, 1847. 
To India, 1857. To England, 1868. To Ireland, 1872. To England, 1878. To Egypt, 1882 (actions at Kassasin 
and battle oi Tel-el-Kebir). To India, 1883. To Egypt, 1893. To England, 1894. 



H 



143 



Pay. 



1st (Royal) Dragoons. 



Pay. 



Hounslow. 



The Crest of England within the Garter. An Eagle. " Spcctemur aoendo '■ 
Dettingen" "Peninsula" " Waterloo " "Balaklava" "Sevastopol'." 
Colonel in Chief.— -Sis Majesty William II. German Emperor and King of Prussia KG ■=. Miv n, 
Colonel.— Sir Frederick Marshall,* KCMG. Comet, P18 Sept 4 q- Lieut »,6 Sei ,- =7 n 7 7 9 i' -c v. „ . 
Major and Lt.Colonel, P6 Mar. 63 ; Lt. Colonel, *8 Mar. 64 • Colonel 6 Mar 68 P i/L •' C ">' h " n ; ** Feb. 59 > 
Lt. General, 5 Sept. 84 ; Colonel ist Draeoons, 29 Mar. 90. ' *"• 6& ' M " J ° r Gene ™ 1 . *° Oct. 77 J 

X*.S e ?,tta7o1! Uia,n Henry M ' Laren ' Umt - ' 5 MaT - 74: Ca},t 3° Se ^ 80; **t, I9 Jnne 83; 



Majors. 

p.s.c. John Francis Burn-Murdoch, 4 
{Brevet Lt.Colonel, 18 Nov. 96) 2nd in 
Command 1 Feb. 97 

Charles Rosdew Burn 5 

p. g.e. John Edward Lindley 

p.*.c. Colquhoun Grant Morrison, In- 
structor Eoyal Military College,iJan.gz 

Captains. 

George Limbrey Lord Basing 

Ralph Henry Carr-Ellison, Adjutant 12 
Yeomanry Brigade 25' Sept. 94 

John Middleton Rogers 

Kenneth RobertBalfour,iit(/Kfunf Port »- 
mouth Yeoma7iry Brigade 20 Nov. 93... 

iohn Wreford Julian Hardman, Adju- 
tant 22 Dec. 94 

Prince Victor Albert Jay Duleep Singh 

LL.S.H. Prince Francis Joseph Leopold 
Frederick o/Teck, on Special Sercice, 
Eoyp t 

Hon. Henry William Mansfield 

John WilliamBurns 



Lieutenants. 

Ernest Makins 

George Frederick Steele 

Hon. Arthur Hamilton-Russell 

Henry Donald M'Neile 

Thomas Morton Stanhope Pitt 

Charles Archibald Calvert 

Hon. Christian Henry Charles Guest 
Edward York 



Second Lieutenants. 
Lord Charles GeorgeFrancisKitzmaurice 

Bertie Edward Parker Leighton 

Richard FitzGerald Glyn 

Thomas Philip Godman 

Thomas Douglas Pilkington 

Philip Edward Hardwick 



2ND LIEUT. 



4 Dec. 78 

1 May 78 

22 Jan. 79 



22 Feb. 88 
30 Jan. 89 



23 Jan. 92 
7 Sept. 9: 
21 Oct. 9. 
31 Jan. 94 
20 June 94 
12 Dec. 9i 
12 Dec. 94 
12 Dec. 94 



29 May 95 
25 Mar. 96 
4 Kov. 96 
7 Apr. 97 
9 June 
11 Aug. 97 



2 Feb. 81 

1 July 81 

22 Oct. 81 

18 June Si 



2 Aug. 82 

22 Nov. 84 
7 Feb. 83 
6 May 85 

29 Aug. 85 
26 Aug. 9; 

26 Aug. 91 

11 Feb. 8s 
25 Nov. 85 

31 Aug. 93 
20 Nov. 93 

27 June 94 
9. Ian. 05 

27 Feb. 9s 

23 Aug. 95 
14 Mar. 96 
14 Oct. 96 



CAPTAIN. 


BEEV.HIAJ. 


MAJOR. 


18 Jan. 


8s 




3 Aug. 


92 


2 Feb. 


85 




20 May 


06 


18 Nov. 


ib 




3 -Apr. 


97 


27 Mar. 


89 




15 Sept. 


9 


1 Oct. 


87 








25 Nov. 


91 






25 Nov. 


9' 






1 Aug. 


92 






31 Aug. 


93 






27 June 


94 






25 July 


94 






6 Apr. 


94 






13 Feb. 


9 1 









\Iiiding Master. — William Robert Banting, 25 July S3 ; Son. Captain, 25 July 93. 

Quarter Master. — John AVilliam Massey Wood, 15 May 95 ; 2nd Lieut. 5 Nov. 87 ; Lieut. 20 May 91 ; Captain, 

L27 June 94. 

Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cos and Co. 
Returnedfrom the Crimea, 27 May 1856. 

1 Sir Frederick Marshall served in the Crimea from istto 26th Sept. tSss, ?s Aide de Camp to Sir James Scarlet! 
(Medal with Clasp for Sebastopol, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Zulu war of 1879 in command of the Cavalry 
Brigade, and after the dissolution of the Brigade commanded the advanced posts on the Lines of Communication 
(Medal with Clasp, and CMG.). 

* Lt.Colonel Burn-Murdoch served iu the Nile Expedition in 18S4-85 with the Royal Dragoons' Detachment of the 
Camel Corps; took part in the action of Abu Klea, and commanded the Detachment in the engagement of El Gubat 
(Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Dongola Expedition under Sir Herbeit 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 ail arms, in the battle at Firket, 7th June (promoted Miraili on the 
field) ; commanded the mounted troops in the pursuit which followed and at the capture of Suarda Sth June, in the 
engagement at Haffir, and at the capture of Dongola (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Khedive's 
Medal with two Clasps). 

5 Major Burn served with the Hazara Expedition in 1888 as Orderly Officer to Major General M'Queen, Com- 
manding the Hazara Fiell Force (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

6 Captain M'Mahon served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896 as Staff 
Officer, including the engagement at Firket and the operations at Kafir (mentioned in despatches, Khedive's 
Medal with two Clasps). 



Record oftlie Services of the Eoyal Dragoons (formerly " The King's Own Royal Regiment of 

Dragoons.") 

Raised in England in 1661 as the " Tangiers Horse," and proceeded to Tangiers. Returned to 
England, 1684. To Ireland, 1689. To England, 1690. To Flanders, 1694.. To England, 1697. To 
Holland, 1702. To Portugal, 1703 (Spanish War of Succession). Detachment to Spain, 1719. To 
Flanders, 1742 (battle of Dettingen). To Germany, 1760. Four Troops to the Netherlands, 1793. To 
Portugal, 1809 (Peninsular War, battles of Fuentes d'Onor, Salamanca, Vittoria and Toulouse). To 
Belgium, 1815 (battle of Waterloo). To England, 1816. To the Crimea, 1854 (battle of Balaklava and 
siege of Sebastopol). To England and Ireland, 1856. To England. 1861. To Ireland, 1867. lo 
Scotland, 1873. To England, 1875. To Ireland, 1880. Detachment to Egypt, 1884. To England, 1886. 
To Ireland, 1893. 



Edinburgh,"! 



2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys). 



144 

tear s'Ser lThe Thistle within the Circle and Motto of St. Andrew. An Eagle. " Second to None."— "Blenheim" 

Fuii~HaTl|"RAmi*LIES" "OUDEXAllDB" "MaLPLACJUET" " DetTIXGBN" " WaTEKLOO" " BALAKLAVA" " SEVASTOPOL." 

Colonel in Chief. — His Imperial Majesty Nicholas It. Emperor of Russia, KG. 8 Dec. 94. 

Colonel. — George Calvert Clarke, 1 CB. Ensign, v $o Ma3 r 34 ; Lt. v -j Oct. 36 ; Capt. ^20 Sept. 39 ; Bt. Major, 11 

Nov. 51; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 12 Dec. 54; Major, 26 Feb. 58 ; Colonel, 23 Apr. 60; Lt. Colonel, 31 March 66; 

Major General, 6 March 63; Lieut. General, 1 Oct. 77; General, 1 July 81; Colonel 6 Dragoon Guards, 

4 Oct. 80 ; Colonel 2 Dragoons, 23 Sept. 91. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Hon. Walter Philip Alexander, Cornet, p 3 Feb. 69 ; Lt. p io May 71 ; Capt. 24 Nov. 77 ; 

Major, 5 .Tulv 86 ; Lt. Colonel, 5 July 96. 



Majors. 
William Henry Hippisley, 7 2nd in Com- ) 

mand 5 July 96 S 

William Crawford Middleton b 

Henry Jenner Scobell 

Francis Henry Toovey Hawley 



Captains. 

Robert Henry Adams 9 

John Crabbie, Adjutant 1 Fifeshire Light / 

Horse Volunteers 16 Dec. 95 S 

Cecil Wm. Montague Feilden, Aided-Camp \ 

to theLord Lieutenant of Ireland 23 Jan. 97 ) 
Francis Blake Simpson, Army Ordnance \ 

Department $ 

Charles James Maxwell 

Alfred Douglas Miller, Adjutant 18 Jan. 96 

Charles Bulkeley Bulkeley-Johnson 

Eustace Addison Maude 

William Fellowes Collins 



Lieutenants. 

John Collinson Harrison 

Patrick Moir-Byres, serving with. Lagos} 

Constabulary j 

Edward Dssher 

Algernon Lawson 

Thomas Conolly 

Arthur Campbell Duckworth 

Hon. Robert Hamilton Lindsay 

William Donald Paul Watson 

Charles Percival Foster 



2ND LIEUT. 



13 Mar. 
13 Aug. 
11 Aug. 



19 Feb. 81 



1 3 Aug. 79 



Second Lieutenants. 

Archibald George Seymour 

Hon. Archibald James Murray St. Clair ) 

{Master of Sinclair) ) 

Foster Swetenham 



5 Feb. 8 7 
24 Aug. 87 

6 Feb. 89 



5 June 89 

23 Oct. 39 

29 Mar. 90 

28 Dec. 92 

28 June 93 
23 Dec. 93 
10 Oct. 
12 Dec. 

29 May 



22 May 75 

6 May 80 
10 Nov. 

29 June 81 



1 July 81 
10 May 82 

2 Aug. 8: 

1 July 8. 
8< 
85 
80 
89 
90 



16 Apr. 
7 Feb. 
16 Mar. 
16 Mar. 
.-5 Oct. 



23 May 91 

19 Aug. 91 

21 Sept. 92 

25 Apr. 94 

5 Dec. 94 

5 Dec. 94 

25 Sept. 95 

16 Dec. 95 

16 Sept. 96 



BEEV.JIAJ. 



1 June 84! 

21 Oct. 85! 

27 Jan. 86 
1 Oct. S 7 

9 Oct. 

9 Oct. 89 

14 Feb. 91 

19 Aug. 9,t 

19 Aug. 91 

28 June 93 
13 June 94 
in Dec. 95 

5 July 96 



28 June 93 



9 Jan. 

5 July 

3 Apr. 



25 Mar. 96! 
9 Dec. 96 
9 Dec. g6 



Riding Master.— George Parker, 27 Feb. 95 ; Hon. Lieut. 
QuurterMaster. — Peter Fraser Fleming, zr Feb. 94; Hon. Lieut. 

Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from the Crimea, 4 July 1856. 

1 General Clarke served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the Scots Greys, including the affair of 
M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Balaklava (sabre cut on the neck), Inkerman, and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Knight ol the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie. 
CB. and Turkish Medal). 

' Major Hippisley served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879 in the squadron under Major 
Marter, including the cavalry affair at Erzungayan (Medal with Clasp I . Accompanied the reinforcements sent, to 
South Africa during the Boer war of r88i, and served as Staff Otlicer of Pine Town Camp. Served with the Kile 
Expedition in 1884-85 in command of a detachment of the Scots Greys attached to the Heavy Camel Regiment, and 
took part in the operations of the Desert Column, including the actions at Abu Klea and Abu Km and the 
reconmiissince to Metammeh; was appointed Adjutant to the Heavy Camel Regiment after Lord St. Vincent had 
been killed in action (Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star). 

8 Major Middleton served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 witn the Heavy Camel Regiment (Medal with Clasp, 
and Khedive's Star). 

9 Captain Adams served with the Dongola Expelitionary 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, and 
Khedive's Medal with two Clasps). 



Record of the Services of the Royal Scots Greys (formerly " The Royal Regiment of Scots Dragoons " and 

"The Royal North British Dragoons" .). 
Raised in Scotland in 167S, and proceeded to Flanders in 1694. To Scotland, 169S. To Holland, 
1702 (battles of Blenheim, Ramillies, Oudenarde and Malplaquet). To England, 1713. To the Conti- 
nent, 1743. To England, 1748. To Germany, 175S. To England, 1763. Four troops to Holland, 1793 
to 1795. The Regiment embarked for Belgium, 1815 (battle of Waterloo). To England, 1816. T<> the 
Crimea, 1854 (battle of Balaklava and siege of Sebaetopol). To England. 1856. To Ireland, i8=;6. To 
Scotland, 1861. T'. England, 1863. To Ireland, 1365. To Scotland, 1S71, To England, 1873, To 
Ireland, 1878. To Scotland, 1SS3. To England, 1885. To Ireland, 1888. 



h 2 



us 



The 



6 



3rd ( The King's Own) Hussars. [ ShomcUffe. 

White Horse withinthe Garter. " Necasperaterrent." "Dettingen" " Salamanca" "Vitiobia" 
"Toulouse" "Peninsula" " Cabool, 1842 " "Moodkee" "Feeozeshah" 
"Sobbaon" " Punjaub " " Chillianwallah " " Goojebat." 
Colonel.— Edward Howard-Vyse, Cornet, p 2i Aug. 49; Lieut. p 3 Feb. 54; Captain, p i7 Feb. 57; Major* 
P io June 62 ; Lf. Colonel, p i8 Oct. 64; Colonel, 18 Oct. 69; Major General, 25 Apr. 80; Lt. General, 25 Apr. 
85 ; Colonel 3 Hussars, 23 Sept. 91. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— p.s.c. Charles Edward Beckett, 1 Cornet, ?iy Apr. 69 ; Lieut. p 22 Apr. 71; Cap<. 23 Jan. 
79 : lit. Major, 18 Nov. 82 ; Major, 4 Nov. 84 ; Lt. Colonel, 17 Aug. 92 ; Colonel, 17 Aug. 96. 



COBNETOB 
2ND LIEUT. 



Majobs. 
p.s.c. Frank William Nicholas WoganO 
Browne, 2nd in Command 21 Aug. 96 ..jj 

Arthur James Ramsay Van Cortlandt I 28 Oct. 71 

St. Clair Oswald 14 Sept. 78 

Herbert Bethune Patton-Bethune 5 22 Jan. 79 



LIEUT. 



Captains. 
Duncan Vernon Pirie, 6 MP. for North") 

Aberdeen S 

Walter Goring 

John Edmund Mackenzie 

Walter Graham Murray, serving with the ~* 

Gold Coast Constabulary j 

Alfred Alexander Kennedy, Adjutant ) 

27 Oct. 95 i 

James Stamers Roche 7 



7 June 79 



30 Jan. 

10 Oct. 91 
3 Oct. 



30 Nov. 76 

28 Oct. 71 

29 June 8 
1 July 8 



4 Dec. 

25 Nov. 85 
17 June 85 

23 May 91 

16 Nov. 92 
13 Aug. 90 



5 Aug. 

IS Oct. 
17 Oct. 
13 Apr. 



Lieutenants. 

William Maitland Tower , 

Albert Maitland Tabor 

Mounteney Kortright 

Clement William Onley Unthank 

Gerald Hugh Charles Madden 

John Guy Baron Lethbridge 

Henry Sanderson Laverton 

Bernard Granville 



Second Lieutenants. 

Moresby Chinnery 

Gwynn Churchill Preston 

Edwin William Cushen 

Reginald Seager Hunt 

Robert Ronald Henderson 

George Landale 



9 Jan. 92 
17 Dec. 92 

25 Jan. 93 
12 Dec. 94 
20 Dec. 94 

6 Feb. 95 

26 June 95 
24 Juno 96 



9 Dec. , 
15 May 97 
15 May 97 
15 May 97 
is May 97 
15 Dec. 97 



16 Nov. 9 

6 Dec. 93 

21 Feb. 94 

22 May 95 
8 Jan. 96 

26 Aug. 96 

14 Nov. 96 

24 Feb. 97 



16 Dec. 85 

10 Apr. 91 

8 May 95 

2 } May 96 

23 May 96 

2 Jan. 97 



Riding Master. — Charles Edward Hann, 8 Dec. 97; Son. Lieut. 
Quarter Master. — Frederick Durman, 4 Feb. 92; Son. Lieut. 

Blue — Facings Scarlet. — Agents, Messrs. Cos and Co. 
Returned from India, 1879. 



22 May 95 

10 Aug. 92 

14 Oct. 96 

3 Apr- 97 



1 Colonel 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 Expedi- 
tion in 1884-85 with the Light Camel Regiment, and took part in the operations of the Desert Column including 
the engagement at Abu Klea Wells on the 16th and nth February (Clasp). 

5 Maior Patton-Bethune served in the Boer war of 1881 as a volunteer attached to the Inniskilling Dragoons. 
Served as a volunteer attached to the 4th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the en- 
gagement at Ma.hsama, the two actions at Kassasin, the battle of Tel-el-Kebir and the capture of Cairo (Medal 
ivith Clasp, and Khedive's Star) . 

6 Captain Pirie served with the 4th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the engage- 
ments at El Magfar and Mahsama, and at the two actions at Kassasin (mentioned in despatches, Medal, and 
Khedive's Star) ; also served with the Soudan Expedition under Sir Gerald Graham in 1884 with the Staff of the 
Cavalry Brigade, and was present in the engagements at El Teb and Temai (two Clasps). Served with the Nile 
Expedition in 1884-85 as Boat Officer and subsequently as Staff Officer to the Cavalry with the River Column under 
Major General Earle, and was present in the action at Kirbekan (mentioned in despatches, two Clasps). 

7 Captain Roche served throughout the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 20th Hussars Troop of the Light 
Camel Corps, including the operations of the Desert Column and the engagement at Abu Klea Wells on the 16th 
and 17th February (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Soudan Frontier Field Force in 
1885-86, and was present in the engagement at Giniss. Served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Rodert 
Low in 1895 (Medal with Clasp). 



Record of the Services of the 3rd (King's Own) Hussars. 

Raised in 1685. To Holland, 1694. To England, 1697. To Spain, 1702, and returned same year. 
To Spain, 1707. To England, 1708. To Germany, 17(2. To England, 1745. To France, 1758, and 
returned same year. To Holland, 1803, and returned same year. To Spain, 1811. To England, 1 814. 
To France, 1815. To England, 1818. To India, 1837. To England 1852. To India, 1868. To 
England, 1879. 



Bangalore, Madras."! 
Depot, Canterbury. J 



4 til {The Queen's Own) Hussars. 



146 



Years' SerT ' ' Dettingen " " Talaver a " "Albuheba" "Salamanca" "Viitoria" "Toulouse" " Peninsula' 
Full Halt "Afghanistan "" Ghuznek " "Alma" "Balaklava" "Inkerman" "Sevastopol.' 



Pay 



Pay 



Colonel. — Alexander Low, ! CB. Cornet, p 2 0ct. 35; Lt. p 6 July 38; Capt. p i4 July 43 ; Bt. Major, 20 June 54; 

Major, 26 Oct. 54; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 12 Dec. 54; Lt. Colonel, 1 May 57; Major General, 6 March 68 ; Lieutenant 

General, 1 Oct. 77; General, 22 May 8c; Colonel 4th Hussars, 27 Oct. 81. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— William Alexander Ramsay, Comet, 'i Sept. 69; Lieut. T n Jan. 71; Captain, 

2 Mar. 79 ; Major, 21 May 84 ; Lt. Colonel, 13 May 96. 



Majoes. 

Ronald Kincaid-Smith, 5 2nd in Command'! 
19 Oct. 97 $ 

Lewis Edward Starkey 7 

Charles Hsmlyn Aanew 8 

Frederick David Baillie 

Captains. 

Hon. Frederick RossmoreWauchope Eve- 
leigh-de Moleyns,* DSO. Commandant 
of Police, Mashonaland 

Reginald Hoare 

Francis Lee 

Edgar Mortimore Lafone 

Joseph William Underwood (Depot) 

Charles Lanfear Graham 

Arthure Lockwood Trevor-Boothe 



2ND LIEUT. 



Lieutenants. 

Alan Ogilvie Francis 

Reginald Walter Ralph Barnes, Adjutant ) 

20 May 96 ) 

Albert Savory 

Henry George Watkin 

Edmund Ricardo Clutterbuck 

William Edward Long 

Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill 

Ian Graham Hogg 

Hon. Hugo Baring 

Arthur Frederick Carlisle Williams 



27 Aug. 79 27 April 81 

23 Apr. 81 1 July 81 
a May 78 1 Oct. 

29 July 82 



CAPTAIN. 



11 Feb. 
29 Feb. 
29 Dec. 
23 Oct. 



23 Oct. 

31 Dec. 

12 Oct. 
[o Oct. 
10 Oct. 
12 Dec. 
20 Feb. 
15 Jan. 
25 Mar. 
5 Aug. 



9 Sept. 8 

30 Jan. 81 
1 Sept. 81 
6 Nov. 8c 

18 Dec. 89 
3 Sept. 90 

13 May 91 



Second Lieutenants. 

Auston Morgan Rotheraui 

Egerton Orme Bellairs Black Black- 
Hawkins 

Lewis Eales Dening 

Herbert Richard Moseley 

Stephen Edwin Wright Thompson 

Thomas Percy Tew ; 20 Feb. 

Eaton Hely Caldbeck 20 Feb. 



5 Aug. 
5 Aug. 
5 Aug 



96 
96 

. 96 

23 Sept. 96 

9 Dec. y6 

97 

97 



4 Nov. 91 

10 May 93 

10 Mar. 94 
27 Nov. 95 
27 Nov. 95 

5 Feb. 96 
20 May 96 

5 Sept. 96 
5 Sept. 96 
4 Aug. 97 



6 Feb. 8 

17 Dec. 87 

28 Aug. 86 

1 July 



1 May 90 

10 May 93 

10 Mar. 94 

17 Oct. 94 
13 Feb. 95 

5 Feb. 96 

18 Nov. 96 



BREV.MAJ. 



5 Feb. 96 

13 May 96 

7 Oct. 96 

18 Nov. 96 



3 ... Biding Master. — Walter John Rose, 31 July 95 ; Hon. Lieut. 

3 ... Quarter Matter. — William Alfred Cochrane, 10 Apr. 95 ; Hon. Lieut. 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

Embarked for India, 10 Sept. 1896. 

1 General Low served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, 
and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol, also present with the Light Cavalry Brigade at Eupatorif, ; at 
Inkerman he commanded the Regiment (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet oi Lt. Colonel, Knight of the Legion of 
HoDOr, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 4th Class of the Med.jidie). 

5 Major Kincaid-Smith served throughout the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Light Camel Regiment, took 
part in the operations of the Desert Column, and was present at the action at Abu Klea (Medal with two Clasps, 
and Khedive's Star). 

7 Major Starkeyserved in theEgyptiau w.irof 1882 attached tothe 4th Dragoon Guards, and was present at the 
battle of Tel-el- Kebir (i'ledal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

8 Major Agnew served in the Burmese Expedition in 1885-87 with the 2nd Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers 
(Meda! with Clasp). 

9 Captain the Hon. Frederick Eveleigh-de Moleyns served in the operations in South Africa under Sir Frederick 
Carrington in 1896 as extra Staff Officer (mentioned in despatches, DSO.) 



*47 



Full Hull 
| Pay. Pay 



26 



5th (Royal Irish) Lancers. 



The Harp and Crown. 



rMuttra, Bengal. 
|_Depot, Canterbury. 

"OuDBNABDb" 



" Quis Separabit?"—" Blenheim" "Ramillies ' 

" MALfLAQUET " "SUAKIN, 1885." 

Colonel.— William Godfrey Dunham Massy, 1 CB. Ensiqn, 27 Oct. 54; Lieut. 9 Feb. 55 ; Cupt. 20 Feb. 57 ; 

Major, '23 Jan. 63; Lt. Colonel, '^t Oct. 71; Colonel, 31 Oct. 76; Major General, 28 Aug. 86; Lieut. General, 

2: Jan. 93 : Colonel 4 Dragoon Guards, 11 Dec. 94; Colonel 5 Lancers, 4 Oct. 96. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— John James Scott Chisholme, 6 Lieut. 10 Jan. 72; Captain, 2 Mar. 78 ; Brevet Major, 

2 Mar. 81 ; Major, 15 Dec. 84; Lt. Colonel, 12 Aug. 94. 



Majors. 
James Farish Malcolm Fawcett, 2ni in \ I 

Command 26 June 96 ) | 

Hubert James M'Laiighlin 12 

Augustus Carter King 18 

Robert John Spurred' 5 



?SD LIEUT. 



1 May 78 

11 Aug. 8< 
23 Oct. 8. 



Captains. 

p.3. c.Herman Witsius Gore G raham , 18 DSO 
Henry Vincent Bailey, Station Staff' Offi-'i 

cer, Delhi, u July 97 ) 

Wilfrid Edward Russell Collis, Adjutant > 

4 Yeomanry Brigade 28 Oct. 94 J 

p.s. c.Edward Owen Wathen 19 

Arthur Parker 

William Augustus Adams 

Edwin Bryce Wilson (Depot) 

Lieutenants. 

Montague Percy Rowland Oakes 

John Barclay Scriven 

Alexander Vaughan Loipzic Wood, Aide ) 
de Camp to Major General E. A. Wood \ 

5 Mar. 95 j 

Harold Hatton Hulse, Adjutant 9 May 96 

James Bruce Jardine 

Reginald Preston Jermy Gwyn (Depot) .. 

Robert Clayton Browne-Cla3'ton 

Walter Temple Willcox 

Wm. Maurice Copland DuQuesne Caillard 

Cyril Arkwright 

Maxwell Fielding M'Taggart 



Second Lieutenants. 

Henry Francis Eraser, Aide de Camp to) 

theGooeruor-Generalof India, 2 ^Hcpz.gj $ 

William Henry Tucker Hill 

Richard Grenside Hooper 

Sidney Stanley Williams 

Kenneth Davidson Mackenzie 

John Brace 



30 June 81 

r Julv 81 

1 July 81 

2 July 84 

5 Mar. 84 

14 May 
12 Nov. 84 



10 May 

lfiNov. 87J 8 May 

5 Feb. 87 31 July 

16 Nov. 87 3 July 



captain. 



MAJOB. 



9 June S4 

30 May 88 

21 Aug. 89 
2 July 92 

2 July 92 
2 July 92 

9 Nov. 92 

18 Jan. 89 

12 Aug. 94 

4 Nov. 93 

28 Oct. 94 



16 Nov. 87 26 Mar. 90 
3 Oct. 88 26 Mar. 90 



3 Oct. 



10 Sept. go 



30 Jan. 


89 


9 Mar. 


92 


12 Mar. 


90 


2 July 


92 


31 May 


90 


7 Seut. 


92 


24 Dec. 


90 


j 2 Aug. 


94 


8 Nov. 


93 


5 Aug. 


95 


10 Oct. 


94 


10 June 


96 


to Oct. 


Q4 


1 July 


96 


20 Feb. 


95 


2 May 


97 


7 Dec. 


95 






7 Dec. 


95 






7 Dec. 


95 






7 Dec. 


95 






4 July 


96 






5 Aug. 


90 







Paymaster. — Lieut. J. B. Scriven [acting). 

Riding Master. — Henry Payne, 18 July'88 ; Hon. Lieut. 

Quarter Matter. — George Waterman, 15 Feb. 83 ; Hon. Lieut. 

Blue.— Facings Scarlet.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Embarked for India, 21 November 1888. 



19 Aug. 92 

1 Jan. 93 

12 Aug. 94 

14 Dec. 95 



1 Lieut.GeneralDunhamMassyserved at the latter part of the siege of Sebastopol was under fire at the battle 
of the Tchernava. and commanded the Grenadiers of the 19th Begt. at the assault oi the Redan on ihe 8th Sept., 
where with minor injuries he was dangerously woundedby a ball which passed through his elt thigh, pattering 
the bone. Being left on the ground, he fell into the hands of the enemy the ensuing aught, who. supposing him to 
be mortally wounded, did not remove him with their prisoners. Was recommended in a special despatcli by the 
Commander in Chief in the Crimea for his gallantry at the Redan, his fortitude, and the patient en dur nnce with 
which he bore his most severe suffering during a confinement to his cnmp stretcher of nearly six months (promoted 
CaDtain, Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served m ne Afghan warm 
1879-80 in command of a Cavalry Brigade, and was present at the battle of Charas.ah on the 6th Ociooer .S79, he 
capture of the cantonment of Sherpore, the engagement in the Chard eh Valley, and the operatic ns lound Cabul 
in December ,3 79 including the investment of Sherpore (twice mentioned m des patches Medal with two C asps) 

« Lt.Colonel Chisholme served with the 9th Lancers in the Afghan war ol 1878-80, and » as present at the capture ot 
AliMusjid, in the ariair at Siah Sung (severely wounded), and in the operations around Labul m December 1879- 
wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps). . o tor ,j ev) . n _ Sp] .„ pfl ;„ 

'* Major M'Laughlin served in the Boer war of 1880-81. and took part m the defence of Standeiton. Served in 

th i^Sen^^ &--— ^ 

de n^ 8 'En d g al S e?ved°We Burmese Expedition in ,885-87 with the ,« B-ttaH^Roya. Welsl 1 Fusiliers .and 
was present in the engagement at Yuatho (Where he commanded), at the rebel of ihila ab Staff Othcer, and in 
the expedition to Woonthoo (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). „„__, t „ f , w „, ;„ ,00. i Tnr .^tir,-nt<fl 

» Captain Graham served in the operations against the Awunahs, on the West Coast of Africa n 889 (mentioned 
in despatches. DSO.). Served with the expedition to Ashanti under Sir Francis Scott in 1895 (Star). 

111 Captain Wathen served with the Burmese Expedition iu 1SS6-87 (Medal witn i^iaspj. 



undalk. 



6fch (Innislcilliug) Dragoons. 



148 



Years'Ser. 
Full Half 
Pay. Pay. 



The Castle of Inniskilling with the St. George's Colours, and the word " Inniskilling " underneath. 

"DeTTINGEN" "WATEBLOO" "BiLAKLAVA" ' ' SEVASTOPOL." 

Colonel in Chief.— H.M.H. Arthur W. P. A., Dulcs of Connaught,* KG. XT. KP. GCSIT. GCMG. GCIE. 
GCYO. KCB. Personal Aide de Cumn to the Queen, tj-c. ire; Lieut. 19 June 68; Capt. 1 May 71 ; Major, 
7 Aug. 75; Lt. Colonel, 27 Sept. 76; Colonel, 20 May So; Major General, rg May 80; Lieut. Ge?ieral, 

I Apr. 89; General, 1 Apr. 93; Colonel Rifle Brigade, 29 May So; Colonel in Chief Inniskilling Dragoons, 
22 June 97. 

Colonel. — 6'!/-CharlesCameronShute ) 2 XC5.,Corner, I> io July 34; Zf. p i3May39; Capt. f ^la.r. 47; Major, 1 
Juue 54; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 12 Dec. 54 ;Lt. Colonel, ^ig Feb. 58; Colonel, 21 Sept. 58; Major General, 6 Mar. 68 j 
Lieut. General, 1 Oct. 77; General, 1 July 81; Colonel 6th Dragoons, 2S March 86. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — Andrew Green Thompson, 4 Lieut. 30 Dec. 71 ; Captain, 1 Mar. 79 ; Major, 29 July 85 ; 
Lt. Colonel, 17 Sept. 9s. 

Majobs. 
Henry Cockcroft Page-Henderson, 5 2nd \ 

in Command 26 Juue 90 J 

George O'Connor 

Michael FredericRimingt.on, T 'S'<t;^'CV^ai« I 

Remount Establishment 1 Sept. 97 j 

p.e.c. Edmund lieury Hynrnan Allenby 8 .. 

Cat-tains. 

John Watkins Yard ley 10 

Guy Lmdsey Jennings-Bramly, 12 Army \ 

Pay Department ) 

Camborne Haweis Paynter 

Arthur Rowland Mosley 18 

John Christian Appold Anstice, Adjutant ) 

II Yeomanry Brigade 1 Oct. 96 ) 

James William Gully Philip Jefl'cock 
Edmund Arthur Herbert 19 

Lieutenants. 

Edmund Sylvester Jackson 

James Stevenson-Hamilton 

Frederick Arthur Bashford Fryer, Aide^\ 

de Camp to the Lt. Governor of Burma > 

29 Oct. 97 ) 

Ernest Charles Holland 

Neil Wolseley Haig, Aide de Camp /o| 

Governor of Western Australia 5 Dec. 97 J) 

Arthur Francis Morse 

Cuthbert Francis Dixon-Johnson ..., 

Ewing*Paterson 

G. Kirkpatrick Ansell, Adjutant 29 Sept. 97 

Second Lieutenants. 

Chippindall Holmes Higgin 

John Hairis 

John Lawrence Lawler 

6 ... \Siding Master. — Alfred Charles Shawyer, 28 Dec. 92 ; Hon. Lieut. 
^ ... 1 Quarter Master. —Thomas Humphreys, 15 Aug. 94; lion. Lieut. 

Scarlet — Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from South Africa, 13 Nov. 1890. 

1 The Duke of Connaught served iD the Egyptian war of 1882 in command of the 1st Brigade (the Guards), 
and was present at the Ijattle 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). 

2 Sir Charles Shute acted as Adjutant with the right wing of the 13th Light Dragoons in the campaign against 
the Rajah of Kurnool, East Indies, in 1839. Served with the 6th Dragoons the Eastern campaign of 1834-56 as 
Assistant Adjutant General of the Cavalry Division from 23rd Nov. 1854 to 2nd July 1856, when the division was 
finally broken up, including the battles of Ralaklava (mentioned in Sir James Scarlett's despatch) and Inkerman, 
siege and fall of Sehastopol, night attack on lhe Russian outposts on the 19th Feb. 185;,, and battle of theTchernaya 
(Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Ciass of the Medjidie, Turkish 
Medal, and CB.) . 

4 Lt.Colonel Thompson served with the Inniskilling Dragoons in the Boer war of 188 1. 

3 Major Page-Henderson served in the Boer war of 188 1 wioh the Inniskilling Dragoons. Served in the Bechu- 
analand Expedition under Sir Charles Warrenin 1884-85 with the Inniskilling Dragoons. 

"Major Rimington served with the Bechuanaland Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 18S4-85 with the 
Inniskilling Dragoons. Served in the operations in Zululand in 1888 as Adjutant Inuiskilling Dragoons. 

8 Major Allenby served with the Bechuanaland Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 1884-85 with the 
Inniskilling Dragoons. Served in the operations in Zululand in 1888. 

10 Captain Yardley served with the Bechuanaland Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 1884-85 with the 
Inniskilling Dragoons. 

12 Captain Jennings-Bramly served with the Bechuanaland Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 1884-85 
with the Inniskilling Dragoons. Served in the operations in Zululand in i388. 

13 Captain Mosley served in tne operations iu Zululand in 1888. 
19 Captain Herbert served in the operations in %ululand in 1888. 



,2ND LIEUT. 


LIEUT. 




CAPTAIN. 


BEEV.MAJ. 


MAJOB. 






11 Sept. 


78 


20 Oct. 83 




26 Sept. 94 






9 Sept. 


82 


1 June 88 





6 Mar. 95 






22 Oct. 


81 


26 Oct. 87 




3 Apr. 97 






10 May 


82 


10 Jan. 88 




19 May 97 






10 May 


82 


17 Oct. 83 










31 Oct. 


83 


16 Nov. 88 










23 Aug. 
12 Nov. 


84 
84 


3 May 89 

23 May 91 








25 Aug. 


83 


8 Sept. 83 








28 Feb. 
10 Nov. 


85 
86 


7 Feb. 94 
1 Sept. 97 




14 Mar. 


38 


29 Aug. 
20 Feb. 


85 
90 






8 Oct. 


90 


17 Feb. 


92 






4 Mar. 


9' 


17 Aug. 


92 




30 May 


9i 


17 Aug. 


92 




10 Oct. 
28 Oct. 
9 Sept. 
18 Apr. 


9' 
91 
93 
94 


8 Feb. 

50 Aug. 

1 Jan. 

17 Sept. 


93 

93 
95 
95 




2 June 
6 June 
9 Dec. 


94 
96 
96 













Record of the Services of the 6th {JnnisMlling) Draioons. 
Raised in 1689 and served in Ireland till 1763. To England, 1763. To the Low Countnes, 1793 (battle of 
Dettingen). To England, 1797. To Scotland, i8o3. To Ireland, 1809. To England, 1814. To Belgium and 
France, 1815 (battle of Waterloo). To England and Scotland, 1816. To Ireland, 1819. To Scotland, 1823. lo 
England, 1824. To Ireland, 1829. To Scotland, 1833. To England, 1834. To Ireland, 1838. To England, 184 1. 
To Scotland, 1842. To England, 1843. To Ireland, 1846. To Scotland, 1851. To England, 1852. To the Crimea, 
1854 (battle of Balaklava and siege of Sebastopol). To England, 1356. To India, 1858. To England, 
Ireland, 1871. To Scotland, 1877. To England, 1880. To South Africa, 1881 (Boer war of 18 
Expedition ia 1884-85). Te England, 1390. 



1866. To 
3 1 and Bechuanaland 



149 



Years'Ser. 
Full fHali 
Pay.|Pay. 



7th (The Queen's Own) Hussars. LDeuut, Canterbury. 

The Royal Cypher within the Garter. "Dettingen" '* Oeihes '' "Peninsula" "Waterloo" 

" LUCKNOW." 

Colonel. — Robert Hale, Cornet, p n Jane 52; Lieut. 14 Sept. 55; Capt. t Jan. 59; Major, p 2i Aug. 69 j 
Lt. Colonel, "22 Feb. 71 ; Colonel, 22 Feb. 76 ; Major General, 20 Dec. 85 ; Colonel 12 Lancers, 10 Feb. 94 - r 
Colonel 7th Hussars, 12 Feb. 96. 

[Lieutenant Colonel.— p.s.c. Harold Paget, 1 CB. Cornet, l '23 Jan. 69; Lieut. p 22 Feb. 71 ; Captain, 23 July 79 ;. 

' Bt.Major, 15 June 85 ; Major, 5 May 86; Lt. Colonel, 26 June 95. 



2ND LIEUT. 



31 Jan. 8t 



Majors. 
Henry Matthew Ridley, 7 2nd in Command | 

26 June 96 i 

Ron. Richard Thompson Lawley 8 

Richard Lionel Walter (Depot) 

Captains. 

George Albert Lade Carew 9 

John Sanctuary Nicholson, 10 DSO. Com-| 

mandant of Police, N. of Zambesi ) 

p.s.c. Doug las. Haig 

George Lewis Holdsworth, Adjutant 15 ) 

Yeomanry Brigade 15 Apr. 96 ) 

Claude Brittain FitzHenry 12 

Robert Montagu Poore 

Ronald George Brooke,' 3 A ide de Camp to ) 

Sir G. S. White 14 Apr. 97 ) 

Son. John Graham HopeHorsleyBeresford" 
Hon. Reginald Hastings Marsham, Aide de\ 

Camp to Major General G. Luck 4 Apr. 95 ) 
Charles ErnestGraham Norton, Adjutant | 

20 May 96 i 

Lieutenants. 

Keith Alexander Fraser 

Henry Barkly Dalgety 

Harold Fielden (Depot) 

John Fryer, Aidede Camp toMajor General \ 

J. Fryer 15 Nov. 94 } 

John Vaughan 

Frederick William Wormald 

Charles Herbert Rankin 

Alexander Frederic Aime' Imbert-Terry ... 
Hon. Charles Beresford Fulke Greville 

Second Lieutenants. 

Henry Arthur Johnstone 

James Henry Edward Holford 

H.S.H. Prince Alexander Aug. Fred. Wm. S 

Alfred George of Teck, 15 CVO j 

Lawrence Rawstorne I 12 Dec 




CAPTAIN. 



14 May 84 
28 Apr. c 



BREV.MAJ. 



S Feb. 87 

8 Feb. 88 

9 Oct. 



8 Dec. 
26 Feb. 
28 June 


88 
90 
90 


26 Nov. 


90 


11 Mar. 
29 Apr. 
21 Oct. 
21 Oct. 
23 Dec. 


91 
9* 
93 
93 
93 


7 Mar. 
7 Mar. 


94 

94 


24 Oct. 


94 



19 Dec. 83 

21 July 85 

15 Dec. 86 

iy Dec. 89 

23 Jan. 91 

23 Jan. 91 

6 Feb. 91 

11 Feb. 91 

1 July 96 

3 Oct. 86j 6 July 96 

10 Apr. £9 7 Oct. 96 

1 Nov. 90 14 Apr. 67 

15 Mar. 93 3 7 ^° v - 97 



4 July 

5 M ay 
26 June 93 

26 June 93 

4 Sept. 93 

24 Oct. 94 

1 July 96 

6 July 96 

7 Oct. 96 



MAJOR. 



21 Feb. 9c 

5 May 03. 

26 June 95. 



Paymaster. — 

Riding Master. — Harry Dibble, 31 Oct. 88 ; Hon. Lieut. 

Quarter Master. — Richard James Coe, 13 Nov. 95; Hon. Lieut. 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Embarked for India, 26 Noo. 1R86. 

- Lt.Colonel Paget served throughout the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as Adjutant to the Light Camel Regiment, anf? 
took part in the operations of the Desert Column including the engagement at Abu Klea Wells on the 16th and 
17th February— wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star)>. 
Served in the operations in South Africa under Sir Frederick Carrington in 1896 (mentioned in despatches, CB.). 

" Major Ridley served with the 19th Hussars in the Egyptian war of 18S2, and was present in the action at 
Kassasin (9th September), and atthe battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

8 Major Hon. R. T. Lawley served throughout the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the light 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 (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

9 Captain Carew served in the operations in South Africa under Sir Frederick Carrington in 1896 (mentioned 
in despatches). 

10 Captain Nicholson served in the operations in South Africa under Sir Frederick Carrington in 1896 as acting 
Staff Officer (mentioned in despatches, DSO.) 

12 Captain FitzHenry served with the Nile Expedition in 1384-85, and was present at the action of Kirbekan 
(Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Soudan Frontier Field Force during the opera- 
tions on the Upper Nile in 1885-86. 

13 Captain Brooke served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Liw in 1895 as Orderly Officer to 
Brigadier General Gatacre, Commanding 3rd Brigade (mentioned in despatches, Modal with Clasp). 

14 Captain the Hon. J. G. H. H. Beresford served in the operations iu South Africa under Sir Frederick Car- 
rington in 1896 (mentioned in despatches). 

ls Prince Alexander of Teck served in the operations in South Africa under Sir Frederick Carrington in 1896 
as Acting Staff Officer (mentioned in despatches). 



Cahir 




8th {The King's Royal Irish) Hussars. 



150 



The Harp and Crown. "Pristin&virtutismemores." — "Leswaeree" " HinnooSTAlc" " Alma" 
"Balaklava" "Inkerjian" "Sevastopol" " Central India" "Afghanistan, 1879-80." 
Colonel.— William Mussenden. 1 Cornet, 1 ' 10 June 53; Lieut. 19 Jan. 55; dipt. 31 Jan. 58; Major,. 
I> 2i Mar. 68; Lt. Colonel, 14 Nov. 74 ; Colonel, 14 Nov. 79 ; Major General, 29 Dec. 89 ; Colonel 3 Hussars,. 
8 June 95. 
Lieutenant Colcnel.— Peter Legh Clowes/- Lt. 20 Nov. 75 ; Capt. 21 Feb. 83 ;) Major, 2 Oct. 85 ; Lt.Colonel r 
19 Oct. 97. 



Majors. 
David Edward Wood', 2nd in Command ) 

19 Oct. 97 j 

Charles Edward Duff 4 

Philip Walter Jules Le Gallais, serving ) 

with the Egyptian Armj/ 5 

Bryan Thomas Mahon, 6 DSO. serving with} 

the Egyptian Army J 

Captains. 
Philip Langdale, Adjutant Kent Yeomanry ") 

Brigade 1 Aug. 95 j 

Harry Newman Morgan Thoyts 

John Acheson Henderson 

Henry,Foulkes Deare 

Hervey Greathed 

Reginald Bethune, Visct. Garnock 

Lincoln Sandwith 

Lieutenants. 

Francis William Mussenden 

Isaac William Burns-Lindovv, Adjutant ) 

24 May 96 j 

Francis John Charles Howard 

Louis Ferdinand Ricardo 

Maximilian de Bathe 

Egerton Augustus Stafford O'Brien 

Robert Lambert 

Philip Astell Temple Jones 

Richard Seymour Vivian Dyas 

Second Lieutenants. 

Francis Montgomery Jennings 

Frederick Herbert Wylam 

Guy Macaulay Mort 



2ND LIEUT. 



11 May 78 
23 Apr. ii 



5 Feb. 87 
16 Nov. 87 
9 May 88 



11 June 
9 Jan. 

9 Jan. 

9 Sept. 

4 Apr. 

2 June 
29 May 
28 Sept. 95 
28 Sept. 95 



28 Feb. 75 

1 July 8t 

1 July 81 

27 Jan. 83 



25 Aug. 83 

23 Aug. 84 

6 May 85 

7 Feb. 85 
18 Apr. 90 

5 June 89 

28 Ar>r. 91 



CAPTAIN. BREV.MAJ. 



3 Oct. 83 

19 Sept. 85 

19 Mar. 88 

19 Apr. 38 



30 July 
16 July 
16 July 



19 Oct. 

1 Mar. 93 

8 July 93 

17 Feb. 94 

28 July 94 

30 July 94 

1 Aug 



92 



95 



9 Dec. 96 
20 Feb. 97 
8 Sept. 97 



17 Oct 
17 Oct. 
27 Nov 

2 Sept. 96 
27 Nov. 96 

5 June 97 



95 



19 Oct. 92 

8 July 93. 

3 Apr. 97 

19 Oct. 97 



Riding Master. — Edward Griffith Tomblings, 3 Aug. 87 ; Hon. Captain 3 Aug. 97. 
Quarter Master. — Louis Cecil Page, 6 Dec. 90 ; Hon. Lieut. 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from Bengal, Noo. 1889. 

1 Major General Mussenden served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 8th Hussar?, including tho 
battles of Alma, Balaclava (horse shot), Inkerman, and Tchernaya, affairs of Bulganak and M'Kenzie's Farm, 
and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). Served in 
Rajpootana in 1858-59, and was present at the capture of Kotah and battle of Kotaria (Medal with Clasp). 

1 Major Durf served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 with the 8th Hussars (Medal). 

6 Lt.Colonel Clowes served with the 8th Hussars in the Afghan war in 1879-80 including the engagement aS 
Mazeena (Medal). 

7 Major Wood served with the 8th Hussars in theAfghanwar in 1879-80, and took part in the Zaimusht Expe- 
dition including the engagement at Mazeena (Medal). 

8 Major Mahon served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896 as Staff 
Officer, including the engagement at Firket and the operations at Hafir (mentioned in despatches, DSO. anc& 
Khedive's Medal with two Clasps). 



i5i 



9th {The Queen's Royal) Lancers. 



Years' Ser. 


Full Half 


Pay 


Pay. 


> 

28 




20 




2 3 




19 




18 

1 


... 


18 




14 


... 


II 




'3 


... 


, IJ 





: 11 




; 11 




10 












'9 




; 9 




7 


«. 


7 


« 


5 




4 




4 


... 











3 




2 




2 




1 




1 




1 


.-. 


1 




1 




2 





r South Africa. 
I Depot, Canterbury. 

TSie Royal Cypher within the Garter. "Peninsula" "Punniae" "Sobbaon" "Punjaub" 
"Chillianwallah" "Goojebat" "Delhi" "Lucknow " "Chaeasiah" "Kabul, 1S79" 
"Kandahab, 1880" "Afghanistan, 1878-80." 
Colonel.— Sir William Drystfale, 1 KCB. Cornet, ^20 Dec. 35 ; Lt. '31 Aug. 38 ; Capt. p 29 Oct. 47 ; Bt. Major, 
9 Jan. 58; Major, 5 March 58; lit, Lt. Colonel, 20 July 58; Lt. Colonel, p 24 May 61; Colonel, 20 June 64; 
Mufor General, 2 Jan. 70 ; Lieut. General, 1 July 81 ; Colonel 18 Hussars, 16 March S5 ; Colonel 9 Lancers, 
11 Jjinegi. 
Lieutenant'Colonel.— Bloomfleld Gough, 10 Cornet, 27 Apr. 70 ; Lieut. 28 Oct. 71; Capr. 17 July 78; Bt.Major, 
2 Mar. 81 : Major, 8 Dec. 86 ; Lt. Colonel, 15 Dec. 95. 



Majobs. 
Malcolm Orme Little, 18 2?irf in Command. \ 

26 June 96 ) 

Spencer Walpole Follett 

Charles Bishop, Adj. 3 Yeomanry Brigade \ 

1 July 95 j 

Captains. 
p.*.e. Walter Kentish William Jecner,~l 

D.A.A. General for Instruction, Cur- > 

ragh, 27 Aug. 96 ) 

Forrester Farnell Colvin, Adjutant 1 Yeo- > 

manry Brigade 17 Sept. 94 ) 

Ron. Claude Henry Comaraich Willoaghby 

Fiederick Thwaites Lund 

Lord Douglas James Cecil Compton 

Herbert Foster Wentworth Stanley (Depot) 
Henrv Edw. Twisleton-Wrkeham-iiennes 

Gilbert Frank Henry 

George Paget Ellison, A.D.C. to Major) 

General Hon. B. A. J. Talbot 13 May 96 j 
Edward Robertson Gordon 



Lieutenants. 

David Graham Mushiet Campbell 

Lord Charles Cavendish3entinck,yi.D.C. ) 

to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland3oJn\j35 j 
Desmond John Edward Beale-Browne, ) 

Adjutant 13 March 95 j 

Ernest Fitzroy Bell 

Frederick Henry Allhusen (.Depot) 

Thomas Malcolm Harvey Kincaid-Smith 

Victor Reginald Brooke 

Geoffrey Henry Julian Skeffington Smyth 
John Gordon Stirling 



Second Lieutenants. 

Henry Marion Durand 

Dudley Massey Pigott-Carleton 

Eustace Henry Egremont Abadie 

Lord Frederick Temple Hamilton- \ 

Temple-Blackwood j 

Frederick William Lawrence Sheppard) 

Hart Cavendish j 

Stanley Reay Theobald 

John Steuaic Duckett 



2ND LIEUT. 


11 May 


78 


13 Aug. 


79 


16 Oct. 


80 


23 Oct. 


80 


17 Aug. 


87 


26 Feb. 
30 Apr. 
16 Nov. 


87 
87 
87 


22 Aug. 


83 


16 Mar. 


89 


8 June 


89 


30 May 


91 


5 Dec. 
25 Jan. 
:o Oct. 
12 Dec. 
29 May 
31 July 


9i 
93 
94 
94 
95 
95 


13 May 
5 Aug. 
11 Aug. 


96 
96 
97 


11 Aug. 


97 


8 Sept. 


97 


8 Sept. 
1 Dec. 


97 
97 



25 Feb. 80 



20 Oct. 



20 Nov. 75! 24 Aug. 81 
10 Nov. 80 S Dec. 86 



1 July 81 

1 July 8 1 

12 Nov. 84 

15 Feb. 88 

2 Sept. 85 
21 Nov. 8S 
21 Nov. 88 

5 June 80 

4 Jan. 90 

25 Nov. 85 



9 Dec. 
23 Jan. 

1 Jan. 



5 Sept. 94 

13 Mar. 95 

25 Sept. 95 

29 -Apr. 96 

4 July 96 

4 July 96 



23 May 88 

10 Aug. 88 

4 Dec. S9 

11 May 92 

5 Sept. 94 
5 Sept. 94 

17 Sept. 94 
1 July 95 

15 Dec. 9 = 

iS Sept. 95 



3IAJ0E. 



5 Sept. 94 
13 Feb. 95 
15 Dec. 95 



Biding Master. — William Baxter, 5 Feb. 96 ; Son. Lieut. 
Quarter Maxter. — David Laing, 23 Dec. 93 ; Son. Lieut. 

Blue — Facing* Scarlet.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Embarked for Natal, 27 Aug. 1S96. 

1 Sir William Drysdale served with the 4th Light Dragoons during the campaign in Afghanistan under Lord 
Keane, and was present at the siege and capture of Glmznee (Medal) . Served with the 9th Lancers in the Gwalior 
campaign, including the action at Punniar, 29th Dec. 1843 (Bronze Star). The Sutlej campaign in 1845-46, including 
the battle ol'Sobraon (Medal and Clasp). The Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the passage of the Chenab 
at Ramnuggur, and battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). The Indian campaign of 
1857-59, and present at Delhi .luring the siege operations, commanding the Regt. from 18th Aug. to the fall of the 
city — horse shot at the assault; commanded the Regt. with Greathed's Column, in action at Bolundshuhur, norse 
shot (wounded), and present in the actions of Allyghur and Agra (mentioned in despatch); also present at the 
relief of Lucknow( Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, CB., Medal with two Clasps). 

10 Lt. Colonel Gough served with the 9th Lancers in the Afghan war of 1878-80. and was present at the capture 
of Ah Musjid, the arlair atKiiia Kazi, and in the operations around Cabul in December 1879: accompanied Sir 
Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar, and took part in the battle of Candahar (several times mentioned in 
despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). 

18 Major Little served with the 9th Lancers in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and took part in the expedition to 
Maidan andin the operations around Cabul in December 1879 ; accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march 
to Candahar, and was present at the battle of Candahar as Orderly Officer to Brigadier General H. Gough (men- 
tioned in despatches, Medal with two Cla-.,pii, and Bronze Decoration) . 



Record of the htrvictsof the gth (Queen's Royal) Lancers. 

Eaised in Ireland in 1715. To England, 1803. To Monte Video, 1806. To England, 1807. To 
Walcheren, July 1809. To England, 1809. To the Peninsula, 181 1. To England, 1813. To Ireland, 
1814. To England, 1815. To Ireland, 1823. To Scotland, 1826. To England, 1827. To Ireland, 1832. 
To England, 1835. To Scotland, 1837. To England, 1838. To India, 1842 (battle of Sobraon ; Punjab 
campaign — battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat ; Indian Mutiny— Delhi, Lucknow). To England, 
1859. To Ireland, 1864. To England, 1869. To India, 1875 (Afghanistan, 1878-80— battles of Char- 
asiah and Candahar). To England, 1885. To Ireland, 1890. 



Canterbury. I 

The Prince's Plume 



10th (The Prince of Wales's Own Royal) Hussars. IS 2 

Waterloo" " Sevastopol" 



The Rising Sun and Red Dragon. " Peninsula ' 
" Ali Masjid " "Afghanistan, 1878-79 " " Egypt, 1S84." 
^j Colonel.— Sis Royal Highness Albert Edward, Prince of Wales and DnkeofCoTmraW.KG.KT.KF.GME., 
Pa " GCSI. GCS1G. GCIE. GCVO. Colonel, 9 Nov. 58; General, 9 Nov. 62; Field Marshal, 29 May 75 ; 

Colonel 10th Hussars, 18 April 63. . , „ , r • 
... Lieutenant Colonel. — Ralph Bromtield Willington Fisher, 1 Lieut. 27 June 74 ; Captain, 28 Apr. 32 ; Jiiajor, 
12 Feb. 91 ; Lt. Colonel, 3 An;?. 96. 



Command ") 



Majors. 

Philip Francis Durham, 4 2nd 
3 Aug. 95 

#on. George Leopold Bryan" 

Harvey Alexander 

Charles Bateson Harvey, 9 Adjutant 17 1 

Yeomanry Brigade 24 July 94 $ 

Captains. 

Arthur Hughes-Onslow 9 

p.s.c. Son. lu'.ianlledworth GeorgeByng 9 ) 
Dep. Assist. Adjc. Gen. Aldershot 21 r 
Oct. 97 ) 

Charles Toler M'Murragh Kavanagh, 1 
Adjutant 6 Yeomanry Brigade 12 June 95 j 

Son. Everaru Baring, serving with the ) 
Egyptian Army J 

Cameron Barclay 

Lord William Augustus CavendUh-Bontinck 

BertratnChas.OhristopherSpencei'Meeki'.ig 

Lord Geo. Wm. Montagu-Dousrlas-Scott.S 
Aidede Camp to the Lord Lieut, of Ireland - 

30 July 95 ) 

Lieutenants. 

Hon. Thomas Walter Brand, Adjutant 30 1 
May 94 j 

Anthony Ashley Cooper, Earl of Shaftes- 
bury, Aide de Camp to the Governor of 
Victoria 1 Sent. 95 

Nathaniel William Curzon 

Son. John Dawnay 

Reginald Spencer Chaplin, Aidede Camp*) 
to Lord Roberts 5 Oct. 96 , 5 

John feniston Milbanke 

Stanley Leonard Barry 

iftm. Dudley Roger Hugh Anderson-Pelham 

Hon. Gerald Berkeley Fortman 

Eustace Robert Ambrose Shearman 

Charles William Henry Crichton ... 



I 2ND LIEUT.. 1 LIEUT. 



Second Lieutenants. 

Adrian Laurence Cave g Dec. 

Charles William Beeston Prescott 20 Feb, 

Matuc.v Richard Henry Wilson 26 May 

Hahburton Francis Da'llas-Yorke 14 July 

S on. Thomas Lister 1 Dec. 

Siding Master. — Albert William Waite, 27 Aug. 90 ; Son. Lieut. 

Quarter Master. — Arthur Edward Poole, 1 " 2 Dec. 82 ; Son. Captain, 2 Dec 



8 Dec. 
24 Jan. 

22 Jan. 



14 Sept. 87 

16 Nov. 87 
11 Feb. 

27 Mar. 89 



20 Nov. 89 

29 Mar. 90 

4 Mar. 91 

5 Dec. 91 

5 Oct. 92 

23 Nov. 92 
2 June 94 
10 Oct. 94 
28 Sept. 95 
28 Sept. 95 
7 Dec. 95 



20 Nov. 75 

1 July 81 
1 July 

1 July 



10 May 
27 Jan. 



82 



6 Feb. 84 



23 Aug. 

6 Mar. 
10 Aug. 
18 Sept. 



89 



11 June 90 



10 June 91 

10 June 91 

14 Sept. 92 

14 June 93 

18 Oct. 93 

18 Apr. 94 

5 Feb. 96 

8 Apr. 96 

5 Oct. 96 

2 Jan. 97 

25 June 97 



captain. 



18 Feb. 84 

13 Sept. 87 
16 Mar. 89 

21 July 89 



4 Jan. 90 

4 Jan. 90 

1 Feb. 90 

1 Feb. 90 

23 Mar. 92 

1 Feb. 93 

2 Jan. 

25 June 97 



BEEV.1IAJ. 



major. 



27 July 92 

3 Aug. 96 

2 Jan. 97 

3 Apr. 97 



11 Major Hon. G. L. Bryan served 
with the 10th Hussars in the Afghan 
war in 1878-79, and was present at 
the attack and capture of Ali Musjid 
and in the engagement at Futteh- 
abad (mentioned in despatches. 
Medal with Clasp). Served through- 
out the Nile Expedition in 1884-S5 
with the Light Camel Regiment, and 
took part in the operations of the 
Desert Column including the engage- 
ment at Abu Klea Wells on the 16th 
and 17th February (Medal with 
Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 



Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Embarked for India, 10 January 1S73. Returned from Egypt, 21 April 1884. 



1 Lt Colonel Fisher served throughout the Afghan war of 1878-80 with the 10th Hussars, and was present at the 
attack and napture of the Peiwar Kotal, in the engagements at Mattoon and Futtehabad. with the expedition into 
the Khost Vailey, in the operations in the Shutargardan — horse killed (mentioned in despatches), andmthe opera- 
tions 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, Medal with three Clasps, and 
Bronze Decoration). Served as Transport Officer with the Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition in 1881 under Brigadier 
General Gordor. (mentioned in despatches). 

1 Major Durham served with the lotu Hussars in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present in the engage- 
ment at Mattoou, in the operations in the Khost Valley, and in the engagement at Futtehabac', ( Medal). Served in 
the Soudau Expedition in 1884 with tbe 10th Hussars, and was present in the engagements at El Teb and Temai 
(Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

9 Major Harvey and Captains Hughes-Onslow and Hon. J.H. G. Byng served in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 
with the 10th Hussars, and were present in the engagements at El Teb and Temai (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's 
Star). 

17 Captain Poole served in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 with the 10th Hussars (Medal, and Khedive's Star). 



? 53 



t ears' Ser. 
Fun~HaTf 
Pay. Pay. 



11th (Prince Albert's Own) Hussars. [ ? D *™S." 

The Crest and Motto of the late Prince Consort. "Egypt" (with the Sphinx). "Salamanca" 
'Peninsula" " Wateuloo" "Buuktpoke " " Alma" "Balaklava" "Liiibman" " Sevastopol." 

Colonel.— ■William Charles Forrest, 1 CL>. Cornet, p n March 36 ; Lt.*s Jan. 39; Capt. p 7 Sept. 41; Major, 
p 3 Oct. 48 ; lit. Lt. Colonel, 12 Dec. 54; Lt. Colonel, p 5 Aug. 59; Colonel, 8 March €0 ; Major General, 6 March 
68; Lieut. General, 1 Oct. 77 ; General, 1 July 81 ; Colonel nth Hussars, 8 Feb. 86. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — p.t.e. Edward Reginald Courtenay, 5 Lt. 9 Aug. 73 ; Capt. 1 July 81 ; Major, 10 Apr. 89 ; 
Lt. Colonel, 1 7 June 96. 



Majobs. 

Son. Henry Arthur Ormsby Gore, 2nd in\ 
Command 26 June 96 ) 

Lord Edmund Bernard Talbot, MP. for 
Chichester ; Assistant Private Secretary 
to Under Secretary for War 

ffoH. Osbert Victor Geo. Atheling Lumley. | 
Aide de Camp to Major General S. T. / 
Thynne 1 Oct. 94 , ) 

p.e.c. William Heury Kycroft 6 



2ND LIEUT. 



Captains. 

Boyce Combe 

Esme StuartErskine Harrison 

Lewis Owen Williams, A djutant Pembroke! 

Yeomanry Cavalry, 15 Oct. 96 .f 

Francis Temple Bacon 

Thomas Anderdon Salt" 

Julian Dallas TyndaleTyndale-Biscoe 

William Bailey 

John Alan Le Norreys Dnniell 

Thomas Tail Pitman, Adjutant 8 Jan. 94... 

LIEUTENANTS. 

Fra/nk Ford Fenton, serving in the Niger \ 

Coast Protectorate ) 

Herbert "William Mascall Kenrick 

William Robert Codrington 

Ralph Stapleton Ward Jackson, Aide de 7 
Camp to the Governor of Ceylon 24 Jan. 96 $ 

James Jardine Richardson 

Harry Bertram Abadie 8 

Sidney V r ernon Occleston 

Norman Marshall Johnstone 

Rowland James Percy Anderson 

Godfrey Trevelyan Williams 



Second Lieutenants. 

Percy Desmond Fitzgerald 

William Scott-Elliot 

Cuthbert von Essen Moberly .... 

Archibald Eraser Home 

Ralph Maximilian Yorke 

Claude Stuart Rome 

Harjld Vernon Barnard Byles . 



26 Feb. 



30 Nov. 
29 Feb. 
16 May 
9 Oct. 



CAPTAIN. BREV.MAJ. 



II Nov. 76 
20 Nov. 75 



22 Oct. 81 

i July 81 

i2 Nov. 84 

9 May 85 

25 Nov. 85 

6 Feb. 88 
25 Aug. 

22 July 90 

22 July 90 

31 Mar. 91 

6 Apr. 91 



29 Apr. 91 

30 May 

31 Dec. 



12 Mar. 

5 Oct. 

5 Oct. 
17 Dec. 
j 5 Mar. 
15 Mar. 
23 Dec. 



23 Dec. 
12 Dec. 
12 Dec. 
20 Feb. 
6 Mar. 
28 Sept. 



8 Sept. 97 



10 Aug. 92 
io Aug. 92 



25 July 83 



14 Sept. Si 



2 Mar. 87 
11 Apr. S3 



24 Oct. 


92 


28 June 


93 


j 8 July 


04 


20 Sept. 


94 


22 Oct. 


U4 


30 Jan. 


Pi 


13 Sept. 


9S 


24 Jan. 


96 



Paymaster. — Lieut. Sidney V. Occleston (acting). 

Riding Master. — Henry Hume Morton, 23 Nov. 92 ; Hon. Lieut. 

Quarter Master. — George Page, 4 June 90; Ron. Lieut. 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Embirlcedfor South Africa, 22 July iSoc. 



19 Nov. 91 

4 Jan. 92 

10 Aug. 92 

8 Mar. 93 

8 Mar. 93 

1 Oct. 94 

30 Jan. 95 

16 Apr. 95 

16 Apr. 95 



24 Oct. 93 
19 Nov. 91 

17 June 96 
19 Aug. 96 



General Forrest served with the 4th Dragoon Guards the Eastern campaign of 1854-53, including t\i battles 
of Balaklava and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, night attack on Russian outposts 19th Feb. 1855, and battle of 
Tchernaya ; commanded the 4th Royal Irish Dragoons from iSch February to 1st July 1855 (Medal with three 
Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the lledjidie). 

5 Lt. Colonel Courtenaj' 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 lnyezane, the action of Gingindhlovu, and the 
relief of Ekowe (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). Served throughout the Nile Expedition in 1884-83 
in command of the troop of 2uth 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 troops, and was 
present in the engagement at Giniss. 

6 Major Rycroft served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 attached to the 1st Battalion of the Royal Irish Regi- 
ment including the operations of the Desert Column, and afterwards with the Mounted Infantry (Medal with 
Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Sou Ian Frontier Field Force in 1887 in command of the Irregular 
Troops of the Egyptian Army, and was present in the engagement at Sarras (mentioned in despatches, 4th Class 
of the Medjidie). 

7 Captain Salt served with the expedition against the Yonnies, on the West Coast of Africa, in 1887-8S (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

* Lieut. Abadie served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 (Medal with Clasp). 



Record of the Services of the nth (Prince Albert's Own) Hussars. 
Raised in 1715 and proceeded to Prance in 1758. To Flanders, 1794. To England, 1796. To Holland* 
1799. A detachment to Egypt, 1802 (received the badge of "Kgypt" — with the Sphinx). To the 
Peninsula, 1811 (battle of Salamanca). To England, 1813. To Belgium and France, 1815 (battle of 
"Waterloo and Army of Occupation in Paris). To England, 1818. To India, 1819 (battle of Bhurtpore). 
To England, 1838. To Ireland, 1843. To England, 1846. To Ireland, 1852. To the Crimea, 1854 
(battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman. and siege of Sebastopol). To England, 1856. To Ireland, 
1861. To England, 1865. To India x866. To England, 1877. To Ireland, 1884. To England, 1889. 
•po South Africa, 1890. 



Alrtershot 



•] 



12th {The Prince of Wales's Royal) Lancers. 



154 



i;ear£Scr. The Prince's Plume. The Rising Sun and Red Dragon. "Egypt" (with the Sphinx) "Pbninscla' 



Full, Hall 
Pay.! Pay 



6 ! 



WiiEELOo" "Sooth Afbica, 1851-2-3" "Sevastopol" " Central India." 
Colonel.— Arthur Lyttelton Lyttelton-Annesley, 1 Cornet, r 2i July 5+; Lieut. 8 Dec. 54; Capt. P24 Feb. 57; 
Major, l i8 Jan. 61 : Bt. Lt. Colonel, 9 Dec. 7:; Lt. Colonel, i6| July 73; Colonel, 18 May 77; Major 
General. 2 Oct. 86; Lt. General, 15 Feb. 93 ; Colonel 12 Lancers, 12 Feb. 96. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— David Stanley Withani, Earl of Airlie, 2 Lt. 13 June 75 ; Capt. 18 Feb. 84 ; Bt. Major, 
June 85 ; Major, 3 Aug. 92; Lt. Colonel, 8 Dec. 97. 



Majors. 
».*.<•. Arthur Gillespie Churchill, 2nd ir, 



2ND LIKOT. 



11 Aug. 5 
80 



, Command 

Thomas James Atherton 11 Aug 

Antonio Stephen Ralli n Aup 

\p.s.e. Robert George Broadwood 3 (Brevet~\ 

Lt. Colonel 4 Apr. 97), serving with the> 22 Jan. 8 

I Egyptian Army j 

Captains. 

! John Charles Basil Eastwood 

Francis Egerton-Green 

William Buller Chapell Hodge 

Henry Granville Heneage, Aide de Camp \ 
to the Governor of Bombay iS Feb. 95 ... ) 

Eustace Loder, Adjutant 1 May 95 

Howard Clifton Brown 

Eustace Crawley 



Lieutenants. 
Frank "Wormald.. 



Cecil Vivian Sloane Stanley, Aide de ) 
Camp to Gov. of N. S. Walts 11 Oct. 95 j 

Benjamin Herbert Piercy 

Miles Halton Tristram 

Gerald Walton Hobson 

Godfrey Charles de Cardonnel Wright 

Walter Howorth Greenl y 

Percy James Bailey 



Second Lieutenants. 

Balfour Macmighten 3 

Robert Septimus Grenfell 

David Johnstone Keswick 

William Matthew Burrell 

Arthur Laidley Brown 

Cecil Fane 



BEEV.MAJ. 



21 May 

16 May 

8 Dec. 
8 June 
7 Aug. 



87 



89 



20 Nov. 89 
31 May 90 

3 Dec. 90 

4 Mar. "» 

5 Oct. 
15 Mar. 
20 Feb. 
11 Dec. 



9 Dec. y 

9 Dec. 96 

20 Feb. 97 

15 May 97 

9 June 97 

9 June 97 



1 July 81J 1 May 86 

1 July 81 2 Feb. 87 

1 July Si! i Jan. 88 

1 July Si 15 Feb. S8 



10 June Sg 
4 Sept. 92 

21 Dec. 92 

17 May 93 

3 June 96 

1 Oct. 96 

17 Nov. 97 



25 Aug. 


83 


s July 


84 


18 July 


88 


18 Sept. 


89 


3 Sept. 


90 


3 Sept 


qo 


7 Jan. 


9 1 


25 Mar. 


9i 


4 Sept 


92 


23 Nov. 


92 


21 Dec. 


92 


9 Aug. 


93 


it Oct. 


95 


1 Oct. 


Q6 


12 May 


97 



Riding Master. — John Borlase Kempthorne, 5 June 95 ; Hon. Lieut. 
Quarter Master. — William Barrows, 10 Aug. 92 ; Hon. Lieut. 

Blue — Facings Scarlet. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from India, 24 November 1887. 



21 Dec. 92 



22 Feb. 
21 Dec. 



3 Apr. 9 



1 Lieut. General Lyttelton-Annesley served with the nth Hussars in the Crimea from 29th July 1855, including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

2 Lord Airlie served with the lothHussars in the Afghan war in 1878-79, andwas present at the attack and 
capture of Ali Mus.jid and in the engagement atFuttehabad (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Soudan Expedi- 
tion in 1884 as Adjutant iothHussars, and waspresent in the engagement at.Temai (Medal with Clasp, 4th Class 
of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as Brigade Major under Sir 
Herbert Stewart, and was present atthe'action at Abu Klea (slightly wounded), in the engagement at Abu Klea 
Wells on the 16th and 17th February, and in the reconnaissance to Metammeh — slightly wounded (twice mentioned 
in despatches, Brevet of Major, two Clasps). 

3 Lt.Colonel Broadwood served with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1396, in 
eluding the engagement at Firket and the operations at Hafir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colouel, 
and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps). 

5 Second Lieut. Macnaghten. — See Civil Decorations for Gallantry, " Hart's Annual Army List," p. 786. 



Record 0} the Services of the 12th (The Prince of Wales' Royal) Lancers. 

Raised in 1715 as the 12th Dragoons. To Ireland, 1718, remaining there 75 years. In 1768 desig- 
nated " The Prince of Wales's Regiment," and constituted " Light Dragoons." To the Mediterranean, 
1793 (capture of Corsica). To Italy, 1794. To England, 1795. To Portugal, 1797. To Egypt, 1801 
{investment of Cairo). To England, 1802. To Ireland, 1803. To England, 1805. To Holland, 1809. 
To England, 1810. To Portugal, 1811; through the Peninsular War and marched through Prance, 
embarking at Calais for England, 1814. To Ostend 1815 (at the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo 
and in the Army of Occupation in France). Converted into " Lancers," 1816. To England, 1818. Tc 
Ireland, 1820. To England, 1824. To Portugal, 1827. To England, 1828. To Scotland, 1829. Tc 
Ireland, 1830. To England, 1833. To Ireland, 1841. To Scotland and England, 1843. To Ireland, 
1848. Returned to England and embarked for South Africa, 1851. To India, 1854. To the Crimea, 
1855 (marching through Egypt). To England, 1856. To India, 1857. To England, i860. To 
Ireland, 1865. To England, 1870. To India, 1877, To Enp-latid, 1887. 



i55 



Years' Ser 
Hail 
Pay. 



13th Hussars. 



|~ Dublin. 



Full 
Pay. 



12 

lO / 



Virei in < Mternum." "Albuhera" "Vittoria" "Orthes" "Toulouse" ** Peninsula " 

Waterloo ■ Alma " •' Balaxlava " "Inkhkman" *' Sevastopol." 

Colonel.— Sir Baker Creed RusseW^KCB.KCMG. Commandingthe Forces, Bengal 9 Nov 96- Cornet 2N0V «■ 

rT L I A ?'6- , i6 j Ca! r: "„ lS , Feb - ,9 , ; m -¥ aJor -' r 24 Jan - 6 = • Bt.Lt.ColoneKi Apr. ^ Major, 15 July '78 ; 

Colonel, iSbeb. 80; Lt.Colonet, 29 Sept. 80; jfcyor Generai, 1 Apr. 89 ; Lieut. General, 20 Jan. 97 • CoVnJ 

13 Hussars, 20 Jan. 94. w ' 

Lieutenant Colonel -Henry JoLn Blagrove,* Lt. 11 Feb. 75; Capt. 16 Mar. 83; jlfa/or, 8 Jan. 90 • 

Jut. Colonel, 1 July 90. ' * jl 



Majors. 
Maxwell Archibald Close, 2«<Z in Com- 
mand 1 July 96 

Walter Charles Smitbson 

Frederick James Murphy 3 

Coventry Williams 



Captains. 
Kenneth MacLaren, Aide de Camp to Sir 1 

B. C. Russell 9 Nov. 96 ) 

Angus Howard Reginald Ogilvy 

Edward Woodriff Jaffray , 

Ernest William Newsham Pedder, Adju-\ 

tant 14 Yeomanry Brigade 1 Sept. 96' ... j 

Edgar Askin Wiggin 

John Hearle Tremayne, Adjutant 9 June 97 

Richard Arthur Lennox Massy Bolton 

Lionel Richard James Scholefield Battye... 

Lieutenants. 

Francis Hubert Wise, Aide de Camp to' 

the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland 24 Feb. 97 J 

John Fletcher Church 

Henry Phelps Dangar 

Adolphe Symons 

Ernest Wriothesley Denny 

Henry Julius Joseph Stern 



Second Lieutenants. 

Frederic George Bayley 

Percy Frederick Hunt 

Alan William Berkley Spencer.. 

John Tyson Wigan 

James Denis Lyons 



2ND LIEUT. 



7 Jan. 80 
23 July 79 
4 Jan. 80 



LIEUT. 



2 Dec. 74 

1 July Si 

25 Feb. 80 

1 July 



11 Aug. 


80 


22 Jan. 


81 


7 Mar. 


88 


30 July 


90 


2 May 
30 May 
12 Mar. 
28 June 
10 Oct. 


91 
91 
92 

S3 
94 


9 Dec. 

9 Dec. 
15 May 
15 May 

8 Sept. 


96 
96 
97 
97 

97 l 



1 July 


81 


1 July 


81 


12 May 


83 


25 Aug. 


83 


29 Aug. 


8=; 


19 May 


36 


25 Aug. 


86 


11 June 


90 


29 Apr. 


9i 


23 Nov. 


92 


23 Nov. 


92 


7 June 


93 


8 June 


96 


1 Sept. 


96 



CAPTAIN. 



BREV.1IAJ. 



MAJOR. 



25 Sept. So 

29 Sept. ! 
18 Aug. i 
24 Nov. t 



3 Aug. 
1 July 
1 Aug. 

8 Oct. 

12 Nov. 



Riding Master.— Robert MaeWaker, 26 Sept. 94; Hon. Lieut. 
Quarter Master. — William Carter, 7 Jan. 82 ; lion. Captain, 7 Jan. 92. 



Blue — Facings Buff. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from 2iatal, 3 Nov. 1885. 



87 



June 
1 July 96 
1 Sept. 96 



25 July 

1 July 

3 Apr. 

25 Apr. 



1 Sir Baker Creed Russell was at Meernt with the Carabineers at the outbreak of the Sepoy mutiny, and at 
Kurnaul when Colonel^Gerrard was killed ; was afterwards present wich Seaton's Moveable Column at the battle 
of Gungaree, where — his three senior officers being killed — he commanded the Squadron of his Regt., and 
a Detachment of the 9th Lancers ; again, on the 17th Dec. 1857, he commanded the Cavalry in the action of Fuucali, 
where over 700 Sepoys were killed, — '"To Lieut. Russell," writes Sir Thomas Senton in his despatch, "vrlio 
commanded the Cavalry, as well as to his brave companions in arms, my thanks are specially due, for their gallantry 
in action and vigour in pursuit." He commanded the Cavalry also at Mynpooree, where 250 of the rebels were 
killed, and was with his Regiment when General Penny was killed and Bareilly taken ; present at the relief of 
Bareilly, relief of Shahjehanpore, capture of the Fort of Remai and pursuit with destruction of the Fort of 
Mahundee, action of Bunkagaon, operations in Oude and actions of Mohudipore and Russoolpore, attack and 
capture of Fort Mitoulee, actions of Alligunge and Biswa ; also served with the Agra Field Force under Brigadier 
Showers in Central India in pursuit of Tantia Topee (Medal with Clasp). Accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley tc. 
the Gold Coast in September 1873 on special service. Organized the natives forming " Russell's Regiment," and 
commanded it throughout the Ashanti war of 1873-74. During the repulse of the Ashanti Army at Abrakrampa 
on the 5th and 6th November he commanded the defending forces. His regiment with Lord Gifford's Scouts 
formed the Advanced Guard of the Army from the River Prah to the north side of the Adansi Hills. Commanded 
the regiment, now forming part of the augmented Advanced Guard under Colonel M"Leod, at the attack and 
capture of Adubiassie, battle of Amoaful, attack and capture of Becquah, Advanced Guard engagement of 
Jarbinbah, skirmishes and ambuscade affairs between Adwabin and the River Ordah, battle of Ordahsu and 
capture of Coomassie (several times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, CB., Medal with Clasp). 
Accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley to South Africa in 1879, and commanded the forces in the operations against 
Sekukuni resulting in the storming of the stronghold and subjugation of the tribe (mentioned in despatehes 
KC2IG., Aide de Camp to the Queen, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882, first as Assistant 
Adjutant General for Cavalry, and afterwards in command of a brigade of Cavalry, and was present at the 
engagements of El Magfar and Tel-el-Mahuta, the two actions at Kassasin, the battle of Tel-el-Kebir and the 
capture of Cairo (mentioned in despatches, KCB., Medal with Clasp, 2nd Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star), 

5 Lt.Colonel Blagrove served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Orderly Officer to Sir Baker Russell, Commanding 1st 
Cavalry Brigade, and was present at 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). 

8 Major Murphy served with the 7th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the en- 
gagements of El Magfar and Mahsama, and at the action at Kassasin on the 28th August (Medai, and Khedive's 
Star). 



Hewbridge. "1 



14th (The King's) Hussars. 



Years 


'Ser. 


Full 
Pay. 


h35 

Pay 


25 




*3 




20 


... 


U 




*7 




*5 




13 
1 5 
11 


7 '/V* 


1 1 




10 




8 




3 




8 




6 




S 




4 




4 




3 




2 


... 


1 




1 




1 


... 


18 




16 





'56 

d'Onoe" 



The Royal Crest within the Garter. The Prussian Eagle. " Douro " "Talavera" " FuE:fTES 
"Salamanca" "Vittop.i a" "Orthes" "Peninsula" "Punjaub" " Chillianwallah 
" Goojebat " " Persia " " Centeal India." 

Colonel. — Son. Charles Weruyss Thesiger, 1 Cornet, p 5 Aug. 1,3; Lieut. ''30 Dec. -3- Capt v* 
Major, * 3 Dec. 61; Lt. Colonel, 1*2 Dec. 63 ; Colonel, 2" Dec. 73 ; MajorGeneral, 7 Oct. 84 • Lieut 
1 Apr. 91 ; Colonel 5 Lancers, 24 Jan. 92 ; Colonel 14 Hussars, j Oct. 96. 

Lieutenant Colonel.— Augustus John English/ Lieut. 30 Dec. 73 ; Captain, 16 Jan. 84 • Maior 17 Au"- 87 • 
Lt. Colonel, 1 July 96. ' ' = ' ' 



July 58 ; 
.General j 



Majobs. 
Gilbert Henry Claude Hamilton, 9 2nd in | 

Command 1 July 96 j 

Edmund Donough John O'Brien 10 

Lionel James Richardson, Adjutant 13} 

Yeomanry Brigade 1 June 93 $ 

Robert ilervyn Richardson 1 - 

Captains. 

Edward Douglas Brown 

Edward James TickeW, serving in Uganda.., 

iElla Molyneux Berkeley Gage 

John Murray 

Denis Menezes Miller 

Richard Gylby Brooksbank 

William Gardiner Eley 

Robert Campbell Stephen, Adjutant [ 
1 Sept. 96 1 

Lieutenants. 

William Prevost 

Charles Bosvile Tottenham 

William Henry 

William Jeffery Lockett 

Freeling Ross Lawrence 

Harry Frederick Hamilton Hardy 

Harold James Tilney 

Thomas Ernest Lynedoch Hill-Whitson ... 
Second Lieutenants. 

Ralph Blackett 

Edmond James Jameson 

Elliot Philipson Phiiipson-Stow 



2ND LIEUT. 


LIEUT. 


CAPTAIN. 


BEEV.ilAJ. 


MAJOR. 





1. Sept. 


75 


24 July 


85 




23 Aug. 93.- 


11 May 78 


28 Aug. 


79 


17 Jan. 


87 




26 Feb. 96. 





14 May 


84 


24 Mar. 


88 




1 July q>> 


19 Feb. 81 


1 July 


81 


25 July 


83 




3 Apr. 97/ 




7 Nov. 


83 


8 Aug. 


88 








7 Feb. 


«5 


1 June 


92 








9 Sept. 


82 


9 Nov. 


92 






27 Jan. 


86 


1 July 


94 




5 Feb. 87 


8 Aug. 


88 


1 June 


"33 




14 Sept. 87 


5 Dec. 


88 


14 Mar. 


94 




10 Nov. 83 


12 Mar. 


Q.j 


26 Feb. 


96 




2 April 90 


1 July 


91 


1 Sept. 


96 




8 Nov. 90 


23 Jan. 


92 








29 Oct. 90 


23 Nov. 


92 








3 Feb. 92 


22 Feb. 


Q2 






1 5 Mar. 93 


10 Jan. 


94 






7 Mar. 94 


13 Nov. 


9* 






10 Oct. 04 


26 Feb. 


96 






29 May 95 


1 Sept 


96 






6 June 96 


13 Oct. 


97 






20 Feb. Q7 










15 May 9; 








1 Dec. 97 


1 













Paymaster. — 

Riding Master. — Richard Odlnm, 9 June 80 ; Son. Captain, 9 June 90. 

Quarter Master. — Frederick Mugford, 20 Sept. 82 ; Son. Captain, 20 Sept. 92. 

Blue. — Agent*, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from India, 24 Nov. 1886. 

1 Lieut. General the Hon. C. W. Thesiger acted as Orderly Officer to Brigadier Pattle commanding the Cavalry 
Brigade during the campaign of 1S60 in China, and was present at the affairs of the 12th August, i^th and 21S& 
Sept. and capture of Pekia (Medal with two Clasps). 

5 Lt.Colonel English served in the Boer war of 1881. 

9 Major Hamilton served in the Afghan war of 1878-80 as Aide de Camp to Sir Samuel Browne, Commanding: 
the 1st Division Peshawur Field Force (.mentioned in despatches, Medal). Served in the Boer war in 1881 with 
the 14th Hussars. 

10 Major O'Brien served in the Afghan war in 1SS0, and was present with the tst Punjab Cavalry in the affair at 
Padkao Shana (mentioned in Brigadier Genera! Palliser's despatch). "Was attached to the 15th Sikhs as a. volunteer 
in the march from Cabul to Candahar under Sir Frederick Roberts, and was engaged in the reconnaissance on the 
31st August and in the battle of Candahar (Medal with Clasp, and Bronze Decoration). 

lz Major Richardson served with the Seaforth Highlanders in the Egyptian war of )SS2, and was present in the 
engagement at Cbalouf and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive'* Star), ierved.through- 
out the Nile Expedition in 1834-85 with the 20th Hussars Troop Light Camel Regiment, including the operations- 
of the Desert Column (Clasp). Served with the Egyptian FrontierField Force in 1885-86, and was present in> 
the engagement at Ginlss. 



*57 



15th (The King's) Hussars. 



Aldershot. 



Years 
Full - 



The Crest of England withinthe Garter. "3i>reJim«r.""EMSDOBF" "Villiebs enCouche" " Egmont- 

Half OP-Zek" "SaHAGUn" "VlTIOEIA" " Pen INSULA" "WATEELOO" " AFGHANISTAN, 1878-80." 

' Colonel.— Sir Frederick Wellington John FitzWygram, Bart.,' MP. for Fareham ; Cornet, p 28 July 43; 

Lt. p i 7 May 44; Capt.^22 Dec. 48 ; Major, p i 9 Feb. 58 ; Lt. Colonel, 26 July 58 ; Colonel, 26 July 63 ; Major 

General, 23~Mar.6g; Lieut. General,i Apr. 83 ; Colonel 3 Hussars, ;6 Apr. 84; Colonel 15 Husrars, 19 Apr.91. 

Lieutenant Colonel.— James Redmond Patrick Gordon,* 2nd Lieut. 22 Jan. 79; Zteat. 25 Jan. 81; Coyf. 

is Aug. 88: Major, 1 May 95 ; Lt. Colonel, 12 June 97. 



Majobs. 

Tyrell Other William Champion del 

Crespigny, 5 2nd in Command 12 June 97 ) 

p.s.c. Reginald Cokayne Cokayne- Frith, ) 

Brigade Major, Aldershot, 1 3 June 96 f 

Basil St. John Mundy" 

Frederick Charlton Meyrick 

Captains. 

Henry Herbert Philip Dundas 

Robert Lowndes A spinall 

HenryWest Hodgson 

William Eliot Peyton, 8 serving with the) 

EoyptianArmy ) 

William Campbell Anderson, serving in \ 

the Niger Coast Protectorate } 

Harold Arthur Lewis Tagart 

Henry Diracombe Bramwell 

Lionel Edward Kennard 

Lieutenants. 
Percival O. Hambro, Adjutant 17 Dec. 97 

James Alexander Stewart Balraain 

Ernest Herbert Campbell Bald 

Frederick Carlisle Pilkington 

James Knowles 

Henry Baker Cresswell 

Hon. 'William Andrew Nugent 

Oswald Bethell Walker 

Second Lieutenants. 

Anthony Corn-age 

Hon. HughEdwardes 

Nigel James ChristianLivingstone-Lear- ) 

month ) 

Frederick Whitfield Barrett 

Birth Ritchie 

Wm. Philip CantrellCantrell-Hubbersty... 



2ND LIEUT 



2 July 79 



19 Sept. 88 
6 Feb. 

18 June 87 

29 Mar. 90 

3 Dec. 90 

29 Apr. 91 

18 June 92 

18 June 92 



1 Nov. 

2 June 
12 Dec. 
28 Sept. 
25 Mar. 
25 Mar. 

5 Sept. 

9 Dec. 
20 Feb. 

7 Apr. 

15 May 
1 Dec. 
1 Dec. 



1 July 81 

10 May 

2 Aug. 
17 May 

17 Feb. 

18 Dec. 89 
2 Mar. 91 

1 Apr. qo 

25 May 92 

25 May 92 

11 Oct. 92 

12 June 93 



24 Jan. 
1 May 
1 July 
6 Nov. 

13 June 
9 Dee. 

26 June 

14 July 



CAPTAIN. 



24 Aug. 88 



24 Aug 
10 Aug. 87 
91 



: Mar. 



25 May 92 

10 July 95 

10 July 95 

8 Apr. 96 

13 June 96 

13 June 96 
10 Sept. 96 

14 July 97 



BBEV.HAJ, 



Hiding Master. — Frederick Arthur Richer, 26 Oct. 95 ; Hon. Lieut. 
Quarter Master. — Harold Wilberforce Bell, 9 18 Oct. 93 ; Hon. Lieut. 

Bine.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. Returned from Natal, 



Majo». 



11 Mar. 96 

10 Sept. 96 

3 Apr. 97 

12 June 97 



1 Sir FrederickFitzWygram served in the Crimea with the 6th Dragoons, was present at the battle of Tchernaya 
■and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

4 Major Gordon served in the Afghan war in 1S80 with the 15th Hussars (Medal) . Served in the Boer war of 1881 
as Adjutant 15th Hussars. Served with the Beehuanaland 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 againstthe 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 1S95 (Star). 

5 Major de Crespigny 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 nattle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

' Major Mundv served with the expedition to the Soudan in 1885, and was present in the engagement at Hasheen 
•and at the destruction of Temai (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

8 Captain Peyton 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, Khedive's Medal with two 
Clasps). 

9 Lieut. Bell served in the Afghan war of 1878-80 (Medal). Served in the Boer war of 1881. 



Cmballa, Punjab. "[ 
Depot, Canterbury. | 



16th {The Queen's) Lancers. 



158 



Pay. 



Pay. 



The Royal Cypher within the Garter. " Aut Cursu, aut Cominusarmit." "Talaveea " "Fubntes d'Okob" 
" Salamanca ""Vittobia" "Nive" "Peninsula" "Watebloo" "Bhubtpobb" " Afghanjstak " 
"Ghuznbb" "Mahabajpoee" "Auwil" "Sobbaon." 
Colonel.— William Thomas Dickson, Cornet, p 23 April 47; Lt. p 25 Feb. 48 ; Capt. f 2$ April 51 ; Major, 'io; 
May 54; Bt. Lt.Colonel, 26 Oct. 58; Lt.Colonel, p 3 Oct. 62; Colonel, 5 Jan. 64; Major General, 18 July 
69 ; Lieut. General, 1 July 81 ; Colonel 7 Hussars, 19 July 84; Colonel 16 Lancers, 12 Feb. 96. 
Lieutenant Colonel. — Henry Leycester Aylmer, 1 Cornet, 25 Sept. 69; Lt. 28 Oct. 71 ; Capt. 1 Dec. 80; 
Major, 10 Sept. 90; Lt.Colonti, 1 Apr. 96. 



Majors. 
Stephen Frewen, 2nd in Command, 26 1 

June 96 ,' 

Julian Oswald 

p.s.c. Edward Cecil Bethune 6 

Henry Charles Higgs 7 



Captains. 
Lovelace Stamer, Adjutant 8 Yeomanry"! 

Brigade 1 Sept. 94 J 

Henry Pownall Kirkpatrick, Adjutant 9 > 

Yeomanry Brigade 15 April 96 j 

Guy Percy Wyndham, Staff College 

Edw. de Grey Beaumont, Adjutant SAug.94 
Alister Grant Dallas, with Tirah Expedi- \ 

tionary Force ) 

Ronald Francis Assheton Sloane- Stanley ) 

(Depot) } 

Hubert De La Poer Gough, with Tirah) 

Expeditionary Force y 

Maurice Lilburn MacEwen 



Lieutenants. 

Telford Mackenzie Young 

Edward Bagwell-Purefoy 

Clive Macdonnell Dixon 10 

Robert Leny Macalpine-Leny 

Geo. Edw. Tuson, 10 with Toc'hi Field Force 
UC AlexanderEdward, Visct. Fincastle, 11 ) 

Aide de Camp to Sir Bindon Blood ) 

Edmund Francis Macnaghten,wt<A Mala- ~) 

hand Field Force j 

Robert Walter Dillon Bellew 

Cuthbert John Eccles 

Roland Haig 



Sbcond Lieutenants. 
Charles Lionel Kirwan Campbell . 

Algernon Ernest Hesketh 

John Bertram Redfern Russell 

Charles Edward St. John Harris.... 

Charles Fennelly Vanderbyl 

Son. Cecil Montague Evans-Freke . 



2ND LIEUT. 


24 July 


78 


22 Mar. 


79 


11 Aug. 


80 


22 Jan. 


81 


14 Sept 


87 


6 Mar. 


89 


23 Apr! 


9° 


28 June 
23 July 

8 Oct. 

8 Oct. 

8 Oct. 


90 
90 
90 
00 
90 


30 May 


91 


10 Oct. 


91 


12 Mar. 
1 Aug. 
14 Nov. 


92 
94 
94 


13 Feb. 
20 Feb. 
29 May 
29 May 

9 Dec. 

7 Apr. 


95 
95 
95 
95 
96 
97 



Paymaster. — Lieut. R. L. Macalpine-Leny (acting). 
Riding Master. — James Laing, 1 1 May 92 ; Hon. Lieut. 
Quarter Master. — Israel Hart, 12 23 Nov. 92; Bon. Lieut. 



9 Jan. 80 

16 Oct. 80 
jo Sept. 75 

1 July 81 

1 July 81 

5 Dec. 83 

23 Aug. 84 

17 June 85 

25 Aug. 86 

8 May 89 

23 July 90 

23 May 9: 



23 May 91 
9 Sept. 91 

27 Jan. 93 
17 Feb. 94 
31 July 94 

1 Sept. 94 

13 Mar. 95 

13 Mar. 95 
4 Nov. 96 

24 Mar. 97 



5 May 86 

8 Dec. 
1 Feb. 
16 July 



25 July 

2 Sept. 90 

10 Sept. 90 
27 Jan. 92 

7 Mar. 92 
27 Jan. 93 

22 Dec. 94 

24 Mar. 97 



B3BV.MAJ. MAJOB. 



27 Jan. 92 

22 Dec. 94 
4 Sept. 95 
25 Nov. 96 



Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Embarked for India, 3 September 1S90, 



1 Lt.Colonel Aylmer served in the Ashanti war from the 30th November 1S73 ; commanded the Cape Coast Volun- 
teers of Wood's Regiment, with the advanced guard under Major Furze during the march to the Prah ; and after- 
wards commanded the post of Essiaman on the Line of Communications (Medal with Clasp). 

6 Major Bethune served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present in the operations around Cabul in 
December 1879 (Medal with Clasp). Served with the 92nd Highlanders in the Boer war of 18S1. 

7 Major Higgs served in the Nile Expedition in 1885 with the Light Camel Regiment (Medal with ClaBp, and 
Khedive's Star). ... 

10 Lieuts. Dixon and Tuson served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 (Medal with 
Clasp). 

11 Lord Fincastle was awarded the "Victoria Cross for conspicuous bravery during the operations in the Isortn 
West Frontier of India in 1897, as here recorded:— " During the fighting at Nawa Xili, in Upper Swat, on the 
17th August 1897, Lt.Colonel 11. B. Adams proceeded with Lieuts. H. L. S. MacLtan and Viscount Fincastle, and 
five men of the Guides, under a very heavy and close fire, to the rescue of Lieut. R. T. Greaves, Lancashire 
Fusiliers, who was lying disabled by a bullet wound and surrounded by the enemy's swordsmen. In bringing 
him under cover he (Lieut. Greaves) was struck by a bullet and killed— Lieut. MacLean was mortally wounded— 
whilst the horses of Lt.Colonel Adams and Lieut.'Viscount Fincastle were shot, as well as two troop horses. 

12 Lieut. Hart served in the Zulu war in 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 

Record of the Services of the 16th {The Queen's) Lancers. 
Raised as the 16th Regiment of Light Dragoons in 1759. .Served at the ni9geof Belle Isle and in Portugal till 
the end of the Seven Years' War. To America, 1776. Four Troops to Flanders, 1793 (remainder uncertain). To 
England, 1796. To Ireland, 1802. To England, 1805. To the Peninsula, 1809 (battles of Talayera, Fuentes d Onor, 
Salamanca, Vittoria, and Nive). To England, 1814. To Belgium, 1815 (battle ol Waterloo). To England, 1815. 
To Ireland, 1816. To England, .819. To Ireland, 1821. Tr, England, 1822. To Ind.a, 1822 (battle 91 Bhurbporo 
eipture of Ghuznee, battles of Maharajpore, Ahwal, and Sobraon). To England, 1846. lo Ireland, 1853. lo 
Scotland, 1857. To England, 1859. To India. .865. To England, 1876. To Ireland, 18S2. To England, .888. To 
India, 1890. _ 



*59 17th {The Duke of Camhridge's Own) Lancers. 

Death' sHea£,v?ith. the Motto," Or Glory."— "Alma" "Balaklava" "Inkeeman 

, " Central India "" South Africa, 1879." 

Years'Ser . Solonel in Chief.— Field Marshal His Boyal Highness George W. F. C, Duke of Cambridge, 1 EG. ET. EP 
£ull|Half GCB. GCSI. GCMG. GCIE. GCVO. Hon. Colonel in Chief to theForces, 21 June 76 



J Eallincollig 
Sevastopol" 



Pay. Pay . 



Colonel.— Sir Drury Curron Drury-Lowe, 2 GCB. Cornet, P28 July 54 ; Lieut. 7 Nov. 54 ; Capt. p 9 Nov. 56 ; 

Major, p to June 62; Lt. Colonel, p i5 June 66; Colonel, 15 June 71 ; Major General, 9 Dec. 81 ; Lieut. 

General, 1 Apr. 90; Colonel 17th Lancers, 24 Jan. 92. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Mortimer Graham Neeld, 8 Lieut. 12 Nov. 73; Capt. 7 Jan. 82 ; Major, 27 Apr. 86 ; 

Lt. Colonel, 15 Jan. 96. 



Majors. 
Henry Fortescue, 11 2nd in Command 26} 

June 96 j 

Edward Bleiddian Herbert" 

Hon. Lionel Henry Dudley Fortescue 1 * 

Charles James An'struther, 15 Staff College ... 

Captains. 

Harry William Ralph Ricardo 

p.s.c. Hon. Herbert Alexander Lawrence, ~i 

Staff Captain, Intell. Branch, War Office, > 

1 Sept. 97 ) 

Charles Algernon Simeon "Warner 

Bertram Peroy Porta], Aide de Camp to~> 

the Governor of Madras 18 March 96 ... $ 

Norman Tom Nickalls 

Victor Staunton Sandeman, Adjutant 1 > 

Nov. 96 5 

Thomas Gerrard Collins 



2ND LIEUT. 



Lieutenants. 

William Arthur Tilney 

Houston Michael Shaw Stewart 

Hon. Algernon William John Clotworthy ] 

Skeffington J 

HughWyndham Montgomery 

DArcy Legard 

Lord Osborne de Vero Beauclerk 

Hon. William Reginald Wyndham 

Ronald James Walter Carden 



Second Lieutenants. 

Richard Brinsley Sheridan 

Edward Gerald Thompson 

Charles Lukin Davis 

Durham Simpson Matthews 

Alan Francis Fletcher , 

Robert Bingham Brassey 



11 May 78 



9 Nov. 87 

10 Apr. 

12 Dec. 94 

20 Feb. 95 

20 Feb. 95 
7 Dec. 
7 Dec. 

25 Mar. 96 

25 Mar. 96 



6 June 9b 
5 Aug. 96 
5 Sept. 96 
15 May 97 
t Dec. 97 
1 Dec. 97 



15 July 76 

29 Nov. 76 

11 Nov. 78 

27 Apr. 81 



28 Jan. 

10 May 

30 Jan. 
2q Aug. 
10 Nov. 
10 Nov. 
26 Oct. 



5 Dec. 
13 Nov. 

13 Nov. 

15 Jan. 
4 Juty 
4 July 

27 Mar. 

27 Mar. 



beev.maj. 



6 Nov. 93: 

5 Dec. 94 

15 Jan. $6 

3 Apr. 97 



6 June 82 

27 Apr. 86 

6 Nov. 86 

6 Nov. 86 



7 Apr. 88 

25 Feb. 92 

5 Dec. 94 
1 Jan. 95 
13 Nov. 95 
19 Feb. 96 
18 Mar. 96 



14 Majorthe Hon. L.H. D. Fortescue 
served with the 17th Lancers in the 
Zulu war of 1879, and was present in 
the engagements at Zuinguin Moun- 
tain and Dlundi (Medal with Clasp). 

15 Major Anstruther served with 
the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 
1879 attached to the Intelligence De- 
partment, and was present in the en- 
gagement at TJlundi (Medal with 
Clasp). 



Biding Master. — William Pilley, 16 19 May 86; Hon. Captain, 19 May 96. 
Quarter Master. — Charles Clarke, 17 21 Dec. 92 ; Hon. Lieut. 

Blue — Facings White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from India, 3 Nov. 1890; Squadron from Egypt, 2 Nov. 91. 

1 The Duke of Cambridge commanded the 1st Division of the Eastern Army throughout the campaign of 1854 
inoluding the battles of the Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (horse shot), and siege of Sebastopol (mentioned in 
despatches, received the thanks of the House of Commons, Medal with four Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

2 Sir D. C. Drury-Lowe served with the 17th Lancers in the Crimea from 18th June 1855, including the battle 
of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Also the Indian campaign 
of 1858-59, including pursuit of rebel force under Tantia Topee, and the action of Zeerapore (Medal with Clasp 
for Central India). Commanded the 17th Lancers and the Cavalry of the 2nd Division in the Zulu war of 1879, ant i 
was present in the engagement at Ulundi — wounded (CB., Medal with Clasp). Served in the Boer war of i£8i 
under Sir Evelyn Wood in command of the Cavalry Brigade. Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 in command of 
the Cavalry Division, and was present at the engagements of El Magfar, Mahsama, the two actions at Kassasin, 
and the battle of Tel-el-Kebir, immediately after which he commenced a forced march with the Cavalry by 
whioh he obtained possession of Cairo, the surrender of its citadel, and of the rebel chief Arabi (six times men- 
tioned in despatches, received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, ECB., Medal with Clasp, 2nd Class of 
the Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star). 

8 Lt.Colonel Neeld served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present as Orderly Officer to 
Colonel Drury Lowe, commanding the Cavalry Brigade in the engagement at Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 
11 Major Henry Fortescue served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp) . 
13 Major Herbert served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at 
TJluadi'(Medal with Clasp) . 

16 Captain Pilley served in the Zulu war of 1879 with the 17th Lancers, and was present in the engagement at 
Zinguin Mountain (Medal with Clasp) . 

w Lieut. Clarke served in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagements at Zinguin Mountain and 
TJlundi (Medal with Clasp). 



Record of the Services of the 17th (Duke of Cambridge's Own) Lancers (formerly the ijth Light Dragoons) 
Raised in 1759 as the 18th Light Dragoons. Re-numbered 17th Light Dragoons, 1763. To Ireland, 1764. To 
North America, 1775 (American war of 1775-82). To Ireland, 1784. To the West Indies, 1795. To England, 
1707 (shipwrecked en route). To South America, 1S06 (capture ot Monte Video)., To England and thence to India, 
1S0S. To England, and became Lancers, 1823. To Ireland, 1828. To England, 1832. To Ireland, 1838. To Scot- 
land, 1841. To England, 184:. To Ireland, 1846. To England, 1851. To the Crimea, 1854 (battles of Alma, 
Balaklava, and Jfnkerman, and siege of Sebastopol). To Ireland, 1856. To East Indies, 1857 (Indian Mutiny — 
"Central India"). To England, 1865. To Scotland, 1869 . To Ireland, 1870. To England, 1876. To South 
Africa, 1S79 (Zulu war of 1879, including the battle of Ulundi). To East Indies, 1879. T ° England, 1890, one 
quadron remaining in Egypt. 



luoinow, Bengal. I 
Depot, Canterbury. J 



Pay. 



29 



Pay 



18th Hussars. 

"Pro Eege, pro Xege, pro Patria conamur." "Peninsula" "Watebloo." 



l6o 



Colonel. — Alexander George Montgomery Moore, Commanding the Forces in Canada 1 June 03; Cornet, 
p i3 Dec. 50; Lt. v 6 July 52; Capt. p g May 56 ; Major, 14 Sept. 67 ; Lt. Colonel, p 23 Dec. 68 ; Colonel, 
23 Dec. 73; Major General, 30 Dec. 84 ; Zt. General, 10 Mar. 92 ; General, 4 July 96; Colonel 18th Hussars, 
4 Jan. 92. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — Edward Groves Paley, Cornet, p 2 Jan. 69 ; Lt. p i9 Feb. 70; Cop(. 16 Dec. 74; Major, 
28 Nov. 83 ; Lt. Colonel, 8 July 93 ; Colonel, 8 July 97. 



Majobs. 
Bernhard Drysdale Moller, 2nd tn Com- ■) 

mancZ 26 June 96 j 

Richard Hobart Morrison, Commandant') 

Murree Depot 15 Jan. 97 } 

Eustace Chaloner Knox 1 

VVL Percival Scrope Marling 6 (Depot) 



Captains. 

Ernest Charles Penn Curzon 

Henry Thornton Laming 

Henry Algernon Fulke Charles Per- ) 

dinand Stephan Greville 8 ) 

William Pollok Morris Pollok, 9 withTirah > 

Expeditionary Force $ 

Montagu Sinclair Wellby, Adjutant ) 

28 Feb. 97 (with Tochi Field Force) J 

Horace Scott Davey 

Arthur Hayward Barclay 

Charles Harold Corbett, with Tirah Ex- \ 

peditionary Force j 



Lieutenants. 

Charles Kenyon Burnett 

Harold Cotton Richards 

Charles Henry Leveson 10 

EmilCarl Haag, with Tochi Field Force 

John Haslett Gosselin (Depot) 

Robert Cecil Harbottle 

Noel St. Vincent Ramsay Stewart 

John Lockhart Wood 

Edward Arthur Williams 

Cecil Duncan Field 

Second Lieutenants. 
James Howard Adolphus Annesley, Aide \ 

de Camp to the Lt. Governor of the Punjab I 

5 March 97, with Tirah Expeditionary f 

Force ) 

Charles Joseph Thackwell 

Albert Charles M'Lachlan 

Edmund Heseltine Bayford 

Herbert Anderson Cape, Aide de Camp to\ 

the Governor General of India 2 Oct. 97 j 

Goland Vanhalt Clarke I 2_ 

James Gordon Dugdale | 1 Dec. 

Paymaster.— Lieut. Charles H. Corbett (acting). 

Biding Master. — William Edgar Mummery, 30 Jan. 95; Hon 

Quarter Master. — Joseph Baker, 18 July 88; Hon. Lieut. 



2ND LIEUT. 


11 Aug. 


80 


8 Dec. 


77 


14 Sept. 


87 


19 Sept. 


88 


10 Nov. 


88 


11 Sept. 


89 


23 Oct. 


8q 


23 Oct. 


89 


1 Mar. 


90 


8 Oct. 


90 


10 Oct. 


01 


10 Oct. 


91 


12 Mar. 


02 


18 June 


Q2 


17 Dec. 


92 


15 Feb. 


93 


28 June 


<n 


23 Dec. 


93 


10 Oct. 


94 


12 Dec. 


94 


25 Mar. 


96 


1 Dec. 


97 



8 May 73 18 Dec. 80 



13 June 74 

30 Aug. 82 

1 July 81 

23 June 80 
10 Mar. 83 

7 Feb. 85 
25 Aug. 86 

25 Aug. 86 

16 Mar. 89 
25 June 90 

25 June 90 



Jan. 91 

July 91 

July 91 

Mar. Q2 

Dec. 92 

Feb. 93 

Apr. 94 

June 94 

Nov. 94 

Nov. 94 



31 Oct. 82 
14 Apr. 86 
22 Dec. 86 



30 Apr. 87 
14 Mar. 88 

1 Oct. 91 

12 Feb. 93 

25 April 94 

20 June 94 
12 Aug. 96 

28 Feb. 97 



BEEV. MAJ. 



7 July 8b 

19 Nov. 89 

13 May gC 
12 Aug. 96 



Lieut. 



Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. Embarked for India, 20 November 1889. 

1 Ma.ior Knox served throughout the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Light Camel Regiment, and took 
part in the operations of the Desert Column (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

6 Major Marling served with the 3rd Battalion 60th Ritles in the Boer war in 1881, and was present in tha 
engagements at Lang's Nek and the Ingogo River. Served with the 3rd Battalion King's Royal Rifle Corps in 
the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the engagement at Tel-el-Mahuta, in the action at Kassasin (9th 
September), and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served throughout the 
Soudan Expedition in 1884 with the Mounted Infantry, and was present in. the engagements at El Teb and Temai 
(mentioned in despatches, Victoria Cross, two Clasps): was awarded the V<Z "for his conspicuous bravery at 
the battle of Temai, on 13th March 1884, in risking his life to save that of Private Morley, Royal Sussex Regiment, 
who, having been shot, was lifted and placed in front of Lieutenant Marling on his horse. He fell off almost 
immediately, when Lieutenant Marling dismounted, and gave up his horse for the purpose of carrying off Private 
Morley, the enemy pressing close on to them until they succeeded in carrying him about 80 yards to a place of 
comparative safety." Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Mounted Infantry, and was present at 
the actions of Abu Klea and Abu Kru in the reconnaissance before Metammeh, and in the second action at Abu 
Klea (two Clasps). 

8 Captain Greville served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 (Medal with Clasp). 

9 Captain Pollok served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 (Medal with Clasp). 

10 Lieut. Leveson served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 (Medal with Clasp). 

Record of the Services of the i&th Hussars. 
Raised in 1759 as the 19th Light Dragoons. Numbered 18th Light Dragoons, 1763. To Jamaica, 1793. 
To St. Domingo, 1796. To England, 1797. To Holland, 1799. To England, 1799. To Ireland, 1804. 
To the Peninsula, 1808. To England, 1809. To the Peninsula, 1813. To Belgium, 1815 (battle of 
Waterloo). To England, 1818. To Ireland, 1819. Disbanded in 1821. Again raised in 1858. To 
England, 1858. To India, 1864. To England, 1875. To Ireland, 1881. To England, 1887. To India, 



I t 




19th {Princess of Wales's Oivn) Hussars. 



The Elephant. — "Mtsoeb' 



["Secunderabad , Madras. 
L Depot, Canterbury. 
"Tbl-el-Kebib " 



".Assaye" "Niagaba" "Egypt, 1882, 1 
"Nile, 1884-85 " "Abu Klea." 
Colonel.— Coote Synge Hutchinson, 1 Cornet, P14 June 50; Lieut. p i Aug. 51; Capt. p 3o Nov. 55; Major, 
7 July 58 ; ~Bt.Lt. Colonel, 26 Apr. 59; Colonel, 19 Nov. 66; Major General, 1 Oct. 77 ; Lieut.Oeneral, 1 July 
Si ; Colonel 19 Hussars, 24 Mar. 89. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Charles Bradford Harries Wolseley-Jenkins, 7 Lieut. 13 June 74; Captain 1 July 81; 
Bt. Major, 21 May 84; Major, 11 Nov. 84 ; Lt. Colonel, 7 Feb. 97. 



Majors. 
Edmund Kendal Grimstone Aylmer, 10 2«d 1 

in Command 7 Feb. 97 ! 

Dudley Richard Apthorp 9 

Hew Dairy mpleFanshawe 13 

Harry Graham Marsh 14 



2ND LIEUT. 



Captains. 

Hugh Gerald Stewart Young 16 

Harold George De Pledge 18 

Pandia John Zigomala 23 

Eustace Tickell Hill 

Alfd. J ennings-Bramly ."Adjutant 1 Jan. 94 
Philip Walhouse Chetwode 



11 Aug. 80 



Lieutenants. 

Albert Lawrence Powell 

George Algernon Egerton 

Robert Frederick Cox 

Montagu George Erskine Woodmass 

Ernest Snowdon St. Quintin 

Wellington Robert Paul Stapleton-Cotton 

Arthur Reginald Armstrong 

Norman F.yfe Uniacke 

Martin Archer-Shee 

Archibald John Campbell 



10 July 
9 Oct. 
20 Nov. 



30 May 
10 Oct. 
10 Oct. 

7 Nov. 

5 Dec. 
12 Mar. 

5 Oct. 

9 Nov. 
15 Mar. 
23 Dec. 



1 July 81 

20 Nov. 75 

28 June 82 

29 July 82 



2 Aug. 82 
2 Aug. 82 
10 Mar. 83 
6 Aug. 90 
6 Aug. 90 
6 Aug. 90 



2 July 
18 Oct. 
18 Oct. 
23 Nov. 
31 Jan. 
20 Feb. 
15 Aug. 
12 May 

7 Feb. 
14 Feb. 



7 Nov. 83 7 Feb. 93 

26 Apr. 82 2 Sept. 91 

a July 84 25 Oct. 93 

18 April 85 7 Feb. 97 



bbev.maj. 



6 Feb. 

11 June 90 
2 Sept. 91 

12 May 96 

7 Feb. 97 
7 Feb. 97 



23 Captain Zigomala served in the 
Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 
19th Hussars (Medal with Clasp, and 
Khedive's Star). 

24 Captain Jennings Bramly 
served during the rising in the 
North West Territories of Canada in 
1885 (Medal). 



Second Lieutbnants. 

4 ... George Despard Franks 7 Mar. 94 

4 ... Steuart Scott Binny 2 June 94 

4 ... Herbert Alfred Porter, Army Service Corps 2 June 94 

William Jocelyn Rhys Wingfield 18 July 96 

Arthur Holford 9 Dec. 96 

Walter Pepys 20 Feb. 97 

Lionel Knox DArcy 15 May 97 

Paymaster. — Lieut. A. L. Powell (acting). 

Riding Master. — William Frank Graham Percy, 4 Nov. 91 ; Son. Lieut. 

Quarter Master.— "BUI William Thomas Marshall, 26 20 Jan. 85; Son. Captain, 20 Jan. 95. 
Blue. — Agentf, Messrs. Cox and Co. Embarked for India, 1891. 

1 Lt. General Hutchinson served with the 2nd Dragoon Guards in the Indian campaign in 1858-59, including 
She siege and capture of Lucknow and subsequent operations, and commanded a detached Squadron in the action 
of Barree, and Trans-Gogra affairs at Bungaon and Newabghur (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and 
Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

' Lt.Colonel Wolseley-Jenkins 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 Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 
Served in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 with the 19th Hussars, and was present in the engagements at El Teb and 
Temai (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, 4th Class of the Medjidie, two Clasps). 

9 Major Apthorp served with the 19th Hussars in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the action at 
Kassasin on the 9th September (Medal, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 with the 
19th Hussars, and was present in the engagements at El Teb and Temai (two Clasps). Served in the Soudan 
Expedition in 1885 with the 19th Hussars (Clasp). 

10 Major Aylmer served with the 19th Hussars in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the engage- 
ments at El Magfarand Mahsama.andat the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served 
in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 with the 19th Hussars, and was present in the engagements at El Teb and Temai 
(two Clasps). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 19th Hussars, and was present in the action at 
Kirbekan (two Clasps). 

13 Major Fanshawe served with the 19th Hussars in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the action at 
Kassasin on the 9th September and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served 
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 1384-85 with the 19th Hussars, and was 
present in the engagements at Abu Klea and Metammeh (two Clasps). 

11 Major Marsh served in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 with the 19th Hussars, andwas presentin the engage- 
ments at El Teb and Temai (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star) . Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 
with the 19th Hussars (Clasp). 

16 Captain Young served in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 witn the 19th Hussars, and was present in the en- 
gagement at Temai (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the 
19th Hussars, and was presentin the engagements at Abu Klea and Metammeh (two Clasps). 

111 Captain De Pledge served in the Soudan Expedition in 1884 with the 19th Hussars, and was present in the 
engagement's at El Teb and Temai (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Nile Expedition in 
1 88*4-85 with the iqth Hussars, and was present in the engagements at Abu Klea and Metammeh (two Clasps). 

* 6 Captain Marshall served in the Egyptian war of 1882 andwas present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal 
with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Also served in the expedition to the Soudan in 1884 and was present in the en- 
gagements atEl Teb and Temai (mentioned in despatches, Victoria Cross, and two Clasps) : was awarded the "SIR 
' ' for his conspicuous bravery during the Cavalry charge at El Teb on 29th February last, in bringing Lt.Colonel 
Barrow, 19th Hussars, out of action. That officer, having been severely wounded and his horse killed, was on the 
ground surrounded by the enemy, when Quartermaster-Sergeant Marshall, who stayed behind with him, seized 
his hand ami dragged him through the enemy back to the regiment. Had Lt.Colonel Barrow been left behind he 
i.;ust have been killed. 



Mhow, Bombay. 
Depot, Ca nterbury 



Yrs.' Serv. 



Full Hall 
P*y. Pay. 



29 



Colonel. — Sir Roger William Henry Palmer, 1 Bart ., Cornet, p 22 Jan. 53 ; Lt. 4 Sept. 54; Capt. r 22 July 59 ; 
" Major General, 15 Alar. 79 ; Lt. General, 



Major and Lt. Colonel, p 8 Mar. 64; Colonel, 8 Mar. 69; Maj 
1 July 81 ; Colonel 20 Hussars, n June 91. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— William John Irwin, 5 Cornet, 23 Jan. 69 ; Lt. 28 Oct. 71 
9 Sept. 85 ; St. Lt. Colonel, 28 Dec. 88; Lt.Colonel, 9 Sept. 95. 



20th Hussars. 



'Vimieba" " Peninsula " " Suakin, 1885." 



1C2 



Capt. 30 Nov. 79 ; Major, 



Majobs. 
Thomas Barnes Weston, 2nd in Com-\ 

mand 26 June 96 ) 

Horace George Proctor Seauchamp 9 

Henry Graham 8 (Depot) 

William Douglas Whatman 10 

Captains. 

Norton Legge, 11 DSO 

Arthur Morgan Bulkeley Jones 17 

Graham Thomas George Edwards , 

James Whitaker, Adjutant 7 Yeomanry 1 

Brigade 1 June 96 ) 

Herbert Roberts Manton 20 

Edward Witham 

ArthurOtway Jacob, Adjutant 21 June 96 
Gerald Walter James FitzGerald Stannus 
George William Dundas 21 

Lieutenants. 

Hugh Leonard Acland-Troyte 

Hubert Balfour Ogilvy Williams 

Thomas Elliott Bay'ley, with Tirah\ 

Expeditionary Force ) 

William Wybergh James 

Gilbert Mars Reginald Alexander Swiney 

Harry RomerLee 

Frederick John Gosset 

Alan Goring 

Arthur Paget Gibbs 

William Chas. Trew Gray Gambier Plant 

Second Lieutenants. 

Harold Cazeno\e Hessey 

Alwyn William Jennings Bramly 

John Cecil Latham Bolt .' 

Carlyle MacGregor Dunbar 

Kenneth Macaulay Woollcombe 

Philip Granville Mason 



2ND LIEUT. 


23 Apr. 


81 


16 Mar. 


87 


19 Dec. 


88 


28 June 


90 


14 Sept. 


S7 


23 Dec. 


93 


17 Jan. 


94 


31 Jan. 


91 


to Oct. 


94 


12 Dec. 


94 


20 Feb. 


91 


29 May 


95 


2 June 


04 


28 Sept. 


95 


28 Sept. 


95 


28 Sept. 


95 


6 Mar. 


9.5 


7 Dec. 


95 


29 Feb. 


96 


5 Aug. 


96 


29 May 


95 



LIEUT 




23 Apri" 


73 


11 Oct. 


78 


1 July 


81 


22 Oct. 


81 


2 Aug. 


82 


31 Oct. 


83 


29 Aug. 


1*5 


25 Nov. 


35 


30 Jan. 


86 


5 Dec. 


88 


9 Sept. 


91 


Aug. 


93 


3 July 


89 


10 Oct. 


94 


10 Oct. 


94 


13 Mar. 


95 


21 Aug. 


95 


1 June 


96 


1 June 


06 


1 June 


96 


16 Sept. 


96 


27 Jan. 


97 


27 Jan. 


97 



CAl'TAIN. 


i Jan. 


80 


15 Oct. 
14 July 
ib Mar. 


84 
86 

87 


23 Dec. 
11 Dec. 
18 Oct. 


87 
89 

93 


6 Apr. 


94 


10 Oct. 

11 Sept 
11 Sept. 
it Sept. 

1 Oct. 


94 
95 
95 
95 
95 



BBEV.MA.T. 



i July 88 

9 Aug. 93 

9 Sept. 95 
11 Sept. 95 



11 Captain Legge served in the 
Soudan campaign in 1S85, and was 
present in the engagement at 
Hasheen, the attack on the convoy 
on the 24th March, and at the de- 
struction of Teniai (Medal with 
Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served 
with the Egyptian Frontier Field 
Force in 1885-86, and was present 
at the investment of Kcsheh, the 
relief of Ambigole, and the engage- 
ment at Giniss (mentioned in des- 
patches). Served with the Dongola 
Expeditionary Force under Sir 
Herbert Kitchener in 1896, including 
the engagements at Firket (wounded) 
and Haflr and the capture ot Dongola 
(mentioned in despatches, DSO. and 
Khedive's Medal with two Clasps). 



Biding Master. — John Nolan Crawshaw, 22 27 Feb. 95 ; Son. Lieut. 
Quarter Master. — Frank Talland, 10 May 89 ; Hon. Lieut. 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Coxand Co. Embarked for India, 11 September 1895. 



1 Sir Roger Palmer served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to 26th August 1855 with the nth Hussars, in- 
cluding the affair of Bulganak, battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with 
four Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

5 Lt.Colonel Irwin commanded the Squadron of 20th Hussars in the operations near Suakin m Deeemoer 1888, 
including the engagement at Gemaizah (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and 
Khedive's Star) ; also commanded the Squadron of 20th Hussars in the operations on the Soudan frontier in 1889 
including the engagement at Toski (mentioned in despatches, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, and Clasp) . 

8 Major Graham served in the Soudan campaign in 1885, and was present in the enpafrement at the Tofrek 
zereba (Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star) ; in the operations near Suakin in December 1888 including 
the engagement at Gemaizah (Clasp) ; and in the operations on the Soudan frontier in 1889 including the engage- 
ment at Toski (Clasp). 

9 Major Beauchamp served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star! . Served 
with the Soudan Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 and was present in the engagement at Giniss ; also served in the 
operations near Suakin in December 1888 including the engagement at Gemaizah (mentioned in despatches, 
3rd Class of the Medjidie. Clasp). 

10 Major Whitman served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served 
with the Egyptian Frontier Field Force in 1885-86, and was present m the engagement at Giniss. 

« Captain Jones served with the Egyptian Frontier Field Force in i885-S6,aud was present in the engagement 
at Giniss in command of the escort to the General Officer Commanding (Medal, and Khedive's Star). 

20 Captain Manton served in the operationsnear Suakin in Decemberi888 including the engagement at Gemaizah 
(Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie. and Khedive's Star). 

21 Captain Dundas served with the Isazai Expedition in 1892. 

22 Lieut. Crawshaw served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 (Medal). 



Record of the Services of th<- 20th Hussar?. 
Raised in 1759 as the 20th Inniskilling Light Dragoons. Ireland till 1763, when it was disbanded. Raised in 
1779 as the 20th Light Dragoons. United Kingdom till 1783, when it was disbanded. Raised in 1791 as the 20th 
Jamaica Light Dragoons. Jamaica to 1802. England to 1805. To the Mediterranean, 1805. [A wing to bau 
Salvador in 1805, thence to the Cape in 1806. and South America (capture of Monte Video), returning to England, 
1807.] Head Quarters at Barcelona. June 1806 ; a detachment to Maida, 1S07 ; a detachment to Egypt, June 180S 
six troops in England and four troops in Sicily, July 1808. Head Quarters to the Pomnsnla (battle ot Vimiera). 
The whole Regiment to Messina, Sept. 1809. Head Quarters to Palermo. May 1812 ; Sicily and Malta, 1815 ; and 
in September embarked for Eoo-land. To Ireland. 1817. Disbanded, December 1818. Raised in i860 as 20th 
Light Dragoons at Muttra of volunteers from the 2nd European Bengal Lierht Cavalry on the amalgamation ot 
the British and Indian Forces. Soon afterwards changed to Hussars. India tiU Oct. 1872. England till Nov. 
1879. Ireland till Aug. 18S4. Head Quarters and four troops to Snakm. one trnnr. to the Nile, 1885. In ligypt 
fwxi Soudan till Oct. 1887. To England (leaving one Squadron in Egypt till Nov. 1890) till Sept. 1895. lo india, 
Sept. 1S95. 



i6 3 



llliSPS c °'° ne l— ««• Robert White, 1 KCB. Cornet, *i 5 Oct. 4 
Pay. Pay. Ma J or < I2 Dec. 54 ; Major, 12 July 58 ; Zt.Colonel, 



["Egypt. 

Lr 



Pay.jPay. 
=9 



21st Lancers. 

Depot, Canterbury. 

47; Lieut. ^ 22 Deo. 48; Capt.f 26 March 52; Brevet 
, P21 Feb. 60; Colonel, 21 Feb. 65; ilfa/oj- General, 
1 March 70; ijeaZ. ©en eraZ, 8 July 85; General, 11 Nov. 90; CoZoneZ 2I Hussars 28 March 86 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Rowland Hill Martin,' Cor»eZ, 14 Jan. 69; iieaZ. 28 Oct 71 ■ Ca»Zai« 16 Dec 78- 
Major, 2 Feb. 84; Zt.Colonel, 26 Oct. 92 ; Colonel, 26 Oct. 96. 7 ' ^ a P tain ' Jb VeC ' 75 ' 



17 




17 




15 




14 




14 




13 




12 




15 




12 




11 




II 




9 

8 




8 




7 
6 




6 




4 




6 




3 




2 




1 




1 




'3 




13 





Majobs. 
p.s.c. Walter George CroleWyndham, 4 ") 

2nd in Command 26 June 96 ) 

Richard Owen, 1 Military Secretary, Bom- ) 

bay, 18 Feb. 95 j 

Harry 'Rum? Assistant, Adjutant General, ) 

Bangalore, 21 Dec. 96 j 



Captains. 

JohnFowle 8 

William Markham Doyne 

Frank Henry Eadon 

Thursby Henry Ernest Dauncey 11 

James George Fair 

David Bowly (Depot) 

William Wilfred Cordeaux 

Paul Aloysius Kenna 



2ND LIEUT. 



Lieutenants. 

Charles James Clerk 

Hon. Raymond Harvey Lodge Joseph ") 

de Montmorency j 

Arthur Murray Pirie, Adjutant 1 July 97 
Robert Napier Smyth, Aide de Camp to ) 

General E. F. Chapman 12 Aug. 96 ... ) 

Arthur Henry Mendle Taylor 

Theobald Michael Langto'n 

Arthur Duncan Champion.-JiiZe de Camp\ 

to the Governor of Trinidad 2 Juno 97 j 

Ernest Hastings Lewis 

Craufuird George Graham Hutchison i 

(Depot) J- 

Hugh Bateman Protheroe Smith 

Percy Chapman 



Second Lieutenants. 

Cuthbert Spencer Nesham 

Edward Ashford Martin 

Oswald Walter Brinton 



2 j Mar. 81 



22 Jan. 81 



5 Oct. 87 

24 Sept. 87 

30 Jan. 

12 Feb. 90 

28 June 90 
4 Mar. 91 

21 Sept. 92 

17 Dec. 92 

2 June 94 

13 July 92 

7 Dec. 95 



25 Mar. 96 
8 Sept. 97 
1 Dec. 97 



11 Feb. 75 

12 Nov. 73 
1 July 81 



1 July 
27 Jan. 
30 Jan. 
20 Sept. 
29 Aug. 
25 Aug. 
10 Mar. 
25 Aug. 



6 Nov. 89 
6 Nov. 

11 Nov. 
6 Nov. 92 

25 Jan. 9 

12 June 95 

15 Apr. 96 

12 Aug. 96 

2 June 97 

15 June 95 
21 July 97 



CAPTAIN 




19 May 


80 


13 June 


83 


23 Nov. 


87 


23 Nov. 


87 


9 Sept 


88 


6 Nov. 


89 


26 Oct. 


02 


26 Oct. 


Q2 


25 Jan. 


93 


30 Jan. 


<H 


12 June 


95 



Riding Master.— William Henry King, 10 June 85 ; Hon. Captain, 10 June 95. 
Quarter Master.— George Leslie Graham, 24 June 85 ; Hon. Captain, 24 June 95. 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. Embarked for India, 23 November 18 



16 July 84 
6 Nov. 92 
24 Oct. 94 



I Sir Robert White served in the Eastern campaign of 1S54 with the 17th Lancers, including the affair of 
Bulganak, battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol. At Balaklava he led the squadron of direction 
was severely wounded, and had his horse shot (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Mediidie, 
and Turkish Medal). Proceeded with his Regiment to India in 1857, and served throughout the campaign in 
Central India in 1858-59, part of the time in command of a Flying Column, including the action of Barode (Medal). 

3 Colonel Martin served with the Beehuanaland Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 1884-85, during the 
latter part of the time in command ofa Regiment 01 Mounted Rifles. 

4 Major Wyndham served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, and subsequently in Baker 
Russell's Flying Column (Medal with Clasp). Served throughout the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Light 
Camel Regiment, and took part in the operations of the Desert Column (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

7 Major 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 the Burmese Exoedition in 1885-87 as Aide de Camp to Sir Frederick Roberts (Medal with 
Clasp). 

8 Captain Fowle served in the Nile Expedition in 1884 with the Light Camel Regiment (Medal with Clasp, and 
Khedive's Star). 

9 Major Finn served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present in the engagements at Killa KaziandSiah 
Sung, and in the operations around Cabul in December 1879 including the investment of Shernore (mentioned 

n despatches, Medal with Clasp, Medal for distinguished conduct in the Field). 

II Captain Dauncey served in the Egyptian war of 1882 with the 7th Dragoon Guards, and was present in the engage- 
ments at EI Magfar and Mahsama, at the two actions at Kassasin, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir and the capture of 
Oaire (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). [See also Civil Decorations for Gallantry, " Hart's Annual Army 
Lilt," p. 786.] 






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so "Wace, Ernest Charles, 219 DSO 

66 Turing, William Powlett 257 

ea Callwell, Albert Henry «» 

j Temple, John 

B eha Coxhead, James Alfred 

MacMahon, Percy Alex, p. a. c. Professor Art. College 14 Apr. 91 ... 
p.s.c. Walker, Henry Chesshyre Claughton, Professor at Staff] 

College, with rank of Lieut. Colonel, 1 Aug. 90 1 

64 Oakes, Reginald 

21 Henriques, Edward Nathaniel 262 

n p.s.c. Murray, James Wolfe 263 (Bt.Lt.Colonel 25 Mar. 96) 

so p. s.c. Johnson, Richard Francis 

p.s.c. Barker, John Stewart Scott 

ds Bunny, Frederic Brice 

™ Mansel, Alfred, 265 DSO 

L eha Hewat, Arthur Houstoun 267 

so Weir, Harry George 165 

MX Cunningham, John Daeres 268 (Bt.Lt.Colonel, 22 Jan. 96) 

43 Shirreff, George Frederick Farquharson 

53 Lyster, Henry John 269 

so Murray, Arthur Mordaunt 270 (No. 2 Depot) 

so Saltmarshe, Philip 165 

p.s.c. Jeffreys, Hen. ByroD.-Brty. Maj. It, Art. Aldershot, 27 Feb. 96 
p.s.c. Fletcher, Walter Blunt, Assistant Military Secretary, ) 

Gibraltar, 1 Oct. 95 $ 

H eha p.s.c. Hawkins, John William 271 

77 Bland, Frederick Milbank 272 

4 Pickwoad, Edwin Hay 165 

Ward, Edward, p.u.c. Inspector of Warlike Stores, 1 Oct. 95 

Penton, Arth. Pole-, 273 Commandant Local Forces, New Zealand, ) 

with local rank of Colonel ) 

Fixott, James Laing, Deputy Director General of Ordance, Bengal 

wn Email, Bowes Leslie 

mx Smyth, Owen Stuart, 277 DSO 

wn Ryan, Chas. Aloysius, 278 Commandant Dalhousie Depot 20 Jan. 96 
O eha Phiiipotts, Arthur Henry Croker 279 

58 p.s.c. Baldock, Thomas Stanford „ 

69 Mackenzie-Grieve, John Andrew }m 

mn Cleeve, William Frederick 281 

dep ra Farmer, Francis Colebrooke 

C eha Gunner, Edward 282 

29 Burton, Hubert 

so p.s.c. Waldron, Francis 

so Rigg, Robert Addison 

m Blackett, Edward Umfreville 

41 de Jersey, William Grant 

ea Priestley, Edward John Kenworthoy 

Q eha Vaughan-Hughes, Ernest 280 

Hadden, Charles Fred. Chief Inspector, Royal Arsenal, with} 

rank of Lt. Colonel, 1 Apr. 93 j 

J eha Brunker, James Milford Sutherland 170 

mn Shirres, John Ohivas, 235 DSO 

p.s.c. Cowan, Henry Vivian, 286 Brigade Major, Boyal Artil-\ 

lery, Woolwich, 28 May 97 ) 

Vaughan, Thomas Tweed, Indian Ordnance Department 

so Hopkins, Manley Ogden 170 

65Tylden, William 

47 Rainsford, Stephen Dickson 237 

Brett.Arthur Hy.Wilford, p.a.c.Insp. of Warlike Stores 23 Nov. 97 

F eha Cunliffe, Foster Lionel 165 

Rowan, Terence England, Indian Ordnance Department 

12 Newton, John William Marsdin 239 

wx Dobie, WilliamHugh Edward _ , 

24 Haggard, Claude Mason 290 

so Fulton, George Wade Robertson 

so Woodrow, Thomas Henry Jackson 225 

ws Browne, Arthur Henry 291 

42 Dewar, David Erskine 292 

6 y.s.c. Creagh, Arthur Gethia 293 CB. (Bt.Lt.Colonel, 15 June 85;) 

Brevet Colonel, 1 Jan. 93) j 

so Kelaart, Gerald Talbot, p.a.c 

14 Bailward, Arthur Churchill 254 

45 Curtis, Harry Alexander Dyer 296 

mn Keene, Alfred, 297 DSO 

59 Owen, Henry O'Brien 

M eha Plant, William Arthur 298 , '„ 

so Brady, Robert Maziere 

D eha Holland, Ellis Charles Fletcher 165 ..." 

31 Sidney, Son. Algernon 

46 Boteler, Francis Wilford, p.a.c 

82 Pratt, Arthur Spencer 

Blewitt, William Edward, Secretary to the Ordnance Committee... 
U eha Maberly, Charles Evan 301 

Kuper, Charles Victor Bremer, Commandant Presidency Me- ) 
mount Depot, Calcutta, 16 June 97 , ) 

Hansard, Arthur Clifton, Artillery Adviser to Inspector General \ 

of Fortifications, 6 June 95 C 

R eha Burton, Benjamin 

so Allen, John Richard Howard 

D ep eha Stirling, James Wilfred 

Fowle, Trenchard Frederick Thomas, 303 Indian Ordnance Dept. 

so Fell, John Percy 

76 Harrison, Robert Arthur Gwynne 



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iliJOES. 
Parsons, Charles Sim Bremridge, 304 (Brevet Lt. Colonel, ~\ 

18 Nov. 96), Governor of the Red Sea Littoral 

Urquhart, Walter Andrew, p.a.e. Inspector of Warlike Stores, I 

Royal Arsenal, 1 Apr. 93 j 

mm Simpson, Henry Cuthbert Connell Dunlop 306 

ea Balfour, William Edward Ligonier 307 

ea Purvis, Alexander Burridge 

so Wynyard, Rowley 

p.s.c. Fleming, Edward William, 303 Professor at the Staff") 

College with rank of Colonel 18 May 96 $ 

Townshend, George Robert, Professor Art. College 1 Apr. 91 

2 Bell-Irving, Andrew 309 

Sclater, Hy. Crichton, 310 Deputy Assist. Inspector Gen. of Ord. ... 

sa Phillips, Thomas Vaughan Wynn, 1 " iraiomeni Mo/or 

23 Simpson, Charles Napier 

T hha May, Edward Sinclair 

Leach, Reg. Pemberton, Deputy Assistant Inspector Gen. of\ 

Ordnance, War Office, 26 Apr. 96 ) 

ea Rowe, Octavius 311 

49 Boothby, Reginald Evelyn 225 

ea Darby, William Henry ..' 

WN Downing, David Fitzgerald, Commanding S. Artillery, Barbadoes 

75 Lindsay, Walter Fullarton Ludovic 312 f 

Gehi Bannatine-Allason. Richard 313 

p.s.c. Dunlop, Henry Cleland, Instructor Artillery College.. 

wn Hodgson, James Owen 

Peha Thomas, Sir Godfrey Vignoles, Bart. su 

50 Western, Charles Maximilian Thomas 

N eha Dunlop, James William 315 

hk Norton, Gilbert Fred. Allan 316 (2 Depot) 

Acton, Thos. Hampden Evans, Insp. of Warlike Stores, 1 Oct. 96 
wn Haines, Robert Lewis 318 

Hickman, Hugh Palliser, Assistant Superintendent of Expert- I 
ments. School of Gunnery , to Mar. 96 J 

Turner, Alf. Heyland Parrott, Insp. of Warlike Stores, 9 Oct. 97 
so Churchward, Walter Stanbury 320 

Dunsterville, Knightley Stalker, 321 Indian Ordnance Dept 

so Tracey. Arthur 

so Piers, Henry Octaviua 170 

88 p.s.c. Smith, William Apsley 322 

ea Bittleston, George Hastings 323 

wn Hicks, William John 

so Howard, Cecil Arthur 

A eha Burrows, Edmund Augustine 296 

25 Carter, Alfred Henry 

Ebha liambart, Edgar Alan 324 

Kbha Crofton, Richard Martm 

20 Blount, Charles Hubert 

ea Barlow, George Newton Halifax 

37 Elmslie, Frederick Baumgardt 325 

p.s.c. Inglefield, Norman Bruce, 3 - 6 Brigade Major, School of\ 
Gunnery, 1 Jan. 9^ ) 

26 p.s.c. Dawkins, Henry Stopford 

Holden, Henry Capei Lofft, Inspector Dept. 1 Feb. S3 

ea Maxwell, Nigel 

so Foster, Raymond Charles 

S eha Keir, John Lindesay 

Curteis, Francis Algernon, 327 Prof. E. Mil. Acad. 15 Sept. 03 

so English, Joseph Oxley 

p.s.c. Trench, Fredk. j. Arthur, 326 D.A.A. Gen. Ireland, 18 Oct. 95 

Ieha Anderson, Charles Alexander 329 

7S Carter, Duncan Campbell 330 

p.s.c. Stone, Francis Gleadowe, 165 Deputy Assistant Adjutant \ 

General Hoyal Artillery, War Office, 1 Sept. 94 j 

62 Daniell, Arthur Cairns 331 

22 Hanna, William 

Abdy, Anthony John, Secretary Eoyal Artillery Institution 

73 Barlow, Charles Mervyn 

Taylor, William Hy. Forbes, 333 Staff Officer and Chief Gunnery \ 
Inst., Art. Vols., Cape Colony, with rank of Lt. Col. 1 Apr. 93 j 

ea Craig. John Francis 334 {Depot) 

EA p.s.c. Adye, John, 335 (.Brevet Lt. Colonel, 5 Oct. 93), Extra Aide") 

de Camp to Commander \n Chief. 24 June 96 ) 

White, Wm. Lewis, 337 Brigade Major, E. Artillery, Gibraltar... 

33 O'Neill, William Heremon, 338 Adj. Jubbulpore 

48 Hughes, Arbuthnott James 

wx Thackerav, Frederick Rennell 134 

61 Eardley-Wilmot, Arthur 341 

Butcher, Henry Townsend, Inst. School of Gunnery 26 Jan. 93. 

so Gundry, Henry Biwden 342 

wn Morrieson, Henry Walter 

32 Williams, William Hugh 

17 Simpson, George Gregory 170 

so Powles, Thomas William 346 

Kelly, Rd. Macdougall Brisbane F. 3i6 In*t. School of Gunnery, \ 

10 Apr. 95 j 

40 Montgomery-Campbell, Hugo 599 

wn Kent, Frederic Edmond 345 

wn Alexander, Charles Henry 

Triscott, Charles Prideaux, 353 D.SO. Deputy Assistant Adjutant") 

General, Bombay Command, 10 Jan. 97 ) 

so Boileau, Arthur Cadell Tait 

so Block, Maurice William Palmer (1 Depot) 

ea Jervois, Charles Edwyn 258 

Savile, Walter Clare, Ordnance Officer, ird Class, 6 Aug. 96 .. 



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Scr I MAJOES. 

wn Marstou, Jeffery Charles 134 

67 Manifold, JobnForster ._. 

ea Anderson. William Christian 357 

bo Lardner-Clarke, JohndeWinton 

28 Ward, Frederick Houlton 

30 M'Crea, Richard Francis, Adjutant. n" t "" 

p.s.c. Massy, Wm. Geo. Brigade Major JR. Art., Dover, 1 Oct. 97 
wit Talbot, George James Francis ';■"'""' 

Mercer, Harvey Frederic, 358 Assist. Mil. See. Bombay, 1 Apr. 9^ 
so Grseme. Frederick James ... .-••• •••■•• 

18 Jervis-White-.Iervis, Sir John Henry, Bart™ .... .......... 

ba Connolly, William Hallett, 356 Commanding R. Artillery, Hgypt 
11 Slater, Henry Martyn 362 

mk Fegen, Magrath Fogarty 364 

n Heymac, Cecil Edward Hamilton 295 

39 Blewitt, Charles Turner ;—WW :'"'" "1 

Paterson. Edward Hamilton, Inst. School of Gunnery, 17 Apr. 9j 

72 Robinson, Charles Taylor 363 

w» Anderson, Edmund Bullar 365 

so Hanham, Phelips Brooke 

81 Chapman, Herbert Alexander 

5 Foster, John Raffray 

52 Beatson, William John Arnold 367 

19 Gordon, Arthur William Bolton 368 

wn Nelson, Horace Sydney ^■.■;i"^."-."i* J ,"""i"« #"c/Y 

p.s.c. Grierson, James Moncneff, 369 Knight of Grace of St ) 
John of Jerusalem ; Military Attache, Berlin, 1 March 96 |- 
{Bt. U. Colonel, 12 Dec. 95) > 

so Honner, William James 370 • ••■■ 

Smith, S.G.Drew, vo Supt.GunCarriageFactory, Bombay, 15 Mar.91 
Townsend.C.Collingwood, Supt. Gun Car. Fac. Madras, 60ct.93 
Wilson, Charles Henry Luttrell Fahie, Ordnance Officer, \th Class 

ea Toms, Francis Bevill Read 372 

70 Fhipps-Hornby, Edmund John 37SA 

wn Nicolls, Edmund Gustavus 

ea Shute, Arthur Blagden 

2 dep. wn Jackson, Montague Bertie Gosset 374 

so Molesworth, Hickman Crawford 

so Jackson, Francis Benjamin 134 

Waller, John Dawson BZutchinson, 2nd CI. Commissary of Ordnance 

38 Fanshawe, Edward Arthur 379 

80 p.s.c. Callwell, Charles Edward 3 * 

Bunbury, William St . Pierre 1 '' 

WN Birch, Frederic Henry John 3 ** (Brevet Maior 23 Aug. 95) 

68 Lecky, Frederick Beauchamp 382 

8 Blane, Charles Forbes, Commanding Royal Artillery, Jamaica 
7 Watkins. Charles Bell 384 

Bushe, Thos. Francis, Insp. Army Ordnance Dept. 19 Sept. 96 
Douglas, Jas. Stewart, 354 in charge of Danger Buildings, \ 

Royal Laboratory, 1 July 95 5 

74 M'Leoa, Reginald George M'Queen , 

Mahon, Reginald Henry, Superintendent Foundry and Shell) 

Factory, Cossipore, 15 Mar.91 ) 

57 Helyar, Arthur Beaumont 

80 Hibbert, Archibald Louis 

so Matthews, Alfred 

mk Powell, Atherton ffolliott 385 

3 Guise, Howard 

" p.s.c. Granet, Edw. J. , zm Brig.Maj.R.Art. Portsmouth, i8Aug.g6 

60 Taylor, Philip Beaucham 

p.s.c. Kemball. George Vero, 387 Dep. Assist. Qr.Mr. Gen. In- > 

telligence Branch, India, 14 Sept. 96 j 

79 Armitage. Edward Hume 388 

54 Harvey, John Edward 

9 Wedderburn. Alexander Scrymgeour 389 

wn Alexander, Gerald D'Arragon 

36 Jellett. John Hewitt 

p.s.c. Cooper, Francis Edward, 390 Deputy Assistant Adjutant") 

General Intelligence Branch, War Office, 1 Nov. 97 j 

35 Jackson, Herbert Kendall 

wn Thornton, Sidney Vernon 

ea Dallas, John Heury Langford 

87 M'Laughlin, George Hall 391 

p.s.c.Du Cane, Hubert John, 39, tAssist. Mil. Sec. S.Africa, 9 June9; 

83 Darley, George Roe 

Nelson, Edqar Forbes, Assist. Inspector of Warlike Stores,^ Mar. 9- 

wn Block. Arthur Hugh 

85 Oldfield, Henry Elliott 

34 p.s.c. Findiay, Neil Douglas 378 

63 Paget, Wellesley Lynedoch Henry 

so p.s.c. Johnston, James Thomason' 

Minchin.Fred.Falkiner, 3 ' 3 ' Assist .Insp.of Warlike Stores, 1 Apr.93 

ea Inglis, Henry Alves 393 

so Chamberlain, Thomas ffoster 

Smith, S. Camp ell-Urquhart, Inst. Sch.of Gunnery,i$ Jan. 96... 

71 p.s.c. Burrowes, Henry Gray 

Hobday, Edm. Arthur Ponsonby, Station Staff Officer, Mooltan 

HA Wright, Gftorge, Adjutant, Roorkee 

EiSmith, Gilbert Boys, 394 (2 Depot) 

Oqilvie, Norman Stuart, 1 '' Commissary of Ordnance, \rd Class ... 
Hume, Chae. Vernon , 395 Governor to Crown Prince of Siam,with\ 

rank of Lt . Colonel ) 

27Goulburn, Cuthbert Edward 

Davidson, John Robert Barkly, Ordnance Officer, yrd Class 
so Close ~~ 



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7 July 86 

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4 Jan. 95 
1 Feb. 9s 

20 Feb. 95 
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18 Dec. 78 

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6 Apr. 79 

6 Apr. 79 

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29 Oct. 
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28 Apr. 87 
11 May 87 
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29 June 87 
1 July 87 

1 J uly 87 
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6 Apr. 79 21 Sept. 87 

_, Frederick Macdonald j 6 Apr. 7921 Sept.87 

55 Enth'oven, Percy Henry 396 \ 6 Apr. 79I21 Sept.87 



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7 Dec. 
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5 Jan. 96 
25 Jan. 96 

6 Feb. 96 

8 Feb. 96 
27 Feb. 96 

5 Mar. 96 
5 Mar. 96 
25 Mar. 96 
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30 May 96 
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20 Jan. 97 
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15 Feb. 97 
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15 Feb. 97 
24 Feb. 97 

8 Apr. 97 

8 Apr. 97 

8 Apr. 97 
8 Apr. 97 
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14 Apr. 97 



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97 
97 



171 Royal Artillery. 

Majoes. 

Lowe, Francis Manley, Instructor School of Gunnery, 9 May 94 

p.s.c. Fairholme, William Ernest, D. A.A. General, Intelligence Dept.,~) 

War Office, 15 July 94 i 

84 Guinness, Eustace 

15 Balguy, John Henry 

so Lambert, Walter, p.a.c , 

wn Gardiner, Henry Lawrence 397 

p.s.c. Chance, Harry, , 398 Deputy Assist. Adjutant General, Sind Disttrict 

Nathan, Frederic Lewis, in charge of Danger Buildings, Royal Gun- > 
powder Factory, i Oct. 92 ) 

p.s.c. Stuart, Alexander Ramsay, Commanding Sierra Leone Company ... 

ea Cummings, Wilfred Heron 

ea Tawney, Edward Plowden Archer 

Turner, Archer Lloyd Marischal, Commissary of Ordnance, 2nd Class ... 

Rundle, George Richard Tyrell. Instructor School of Gunnery , 1 July 97 
so Goold- Adams, Henry Edward Fane 

10 Lane, Samuel Willington 

16 Fendall, Charles Pears, 399 DSO 

so Lewes, John 

ea Harkness, Thomas Robert 

so Labalmondiere, Julian Arthur 

11 Langley, John Penrice 

51 Forde, Lionel 296 

EA Fothill, Francis William Galbraith 

ea Morris, Maurice Morgan 

86 Guinness, Charles Davis 

Osborn, George, 170 Inspector of Position Finding, Woolwich, 23 Apr. 96 

p.». c.Baker, George Duff, Assistant Inspector of Warlike Stores 

80 Johnston, Thomas Kelly Evans 401 

ww Cockburn, William Frederick 

so Taylor, Henry Clarence Grant 400 

56 Prinsep, Douglas Gordon 

ea Weigall, George Edward . 

Von Donop, Stanley Brenton, Instructor Boy al Military Academy 1 Mar. 95 

ea Hamilton-Gordon, Alexander 402 

so Buckley, Edward Duncombe Henry 

iw Chamier, George Daniel 

13 Crampton, Philip John Ribton 

ea Foster, William Yorke 

mn Bryant, Gilbert Edward 266 

Tyrwhitt, Hon. Rupert 

Stokes, Alfred 404 

Tinker, Edward, Army Ordnance Department, 17 Dec, 97 

Elliot, William 405 

de Jersey, Colebrooke 



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Captains. 

Thomson, Jocelyn Some, 35 * H.M.'s Inspector of Explosives, Home Office, 12 June 93 

Lane, Charles William Moore, p.a.c. Assistant Inspector of Warlike Stores 

so Simmonds, Percy Richard 

Tisdall, Arthur Lance, 406 Assistant Inspector of Warlike Stores, 5 Apr. 97 

Garden, Louis Peile 

EA Hunter-Blair, Walter Charles 

Wood, Creighton, Commissary of Ordnance, yd Class 

D bha p.s.c. Benson, George Elliott 4 " s (Bt. Major, 25 Mar. 96) 

Stuart, Robert Charles Ochiltree,*" 1 Ordnance Officer, yd Class 

p.s.c. Du Boulay, Noel Wilmot Houssemayne,* 10 Brig. Major R.A. Western Dint. 29 Sept. 96... 

p.s.c. Perceval, Edward Maxwell, Instructor Royal Military Academy, 27 Jan. 97 

T bha Home, Henry Sinclair 

U bha Wing, Frederick Drummond Vincent 

Carte, Thomas Elliott, Instructor in Range Finding, Malta 

Wiseman-Clarke, Charles Camden, Adjutant 1 Durham Volunteer Artillery 

Cooper-Key, Aston M'Neil* 12 

St. John, George Francis William, 413 Commandant No. 1 {Kohat) Mountain Battery 

Crampton, Fiennes Henry,* 1 * Instructor Royal Military Academy 15 Sept. 93 

Pollock, Evelyn, Staff Captain J or Royal Artillery, Edinburgh, 15 Jan. 96 

Barlow, Hilaro Wm. Wellesley, 2nd Assist, to Director Gen. Ordnance Factories 12 June 93 ... 
James, Wm. Reg. Wallwyn, Adj. Cornwall and Devon Miners Art . ( W. Div.R. Art.) 6 Jan. gt 

WN Briscoe, Alexander Villiers, Divisional Adjutant Royal Artillery, Bermuda 

Butcher, Arthur E. Aveling, Assistant Adjutant General for Royal Artillery, Madras 

ea Carroll, Arthur Lyons 416 , 

R bha Vores, Charles Henry Stiverd 417 

Hawkins, Henry Theodore,* 12 Inspector in Position Finding, Malta, 24 Aug. 94 

Blunt, Edward Walter,* 19 Aide de Camp to H.R.H. the Duke of Connaught, 1 June 95 

wn Molesworth, Arthur Ludovic, Adjutant 8 June 95 

Brook-Smith, Wilfrid Lionel, Instructor in Gunnery, Aden 

Burt, John Marskall, Adjutant York Artillery Western Division 15 Jan. 95 

Milward, Clement Henry , 421 Adjutant Water/ord Artillery 10 Jan. 93 

58 King, Charles Dickson 422 

Walker, Edmond Somerville Forestier, Assistant Superintendent of Factories, Bengal, 1 Sept. 89 

Preston, D'Arcy Brownlow, Adjutant Northumberland Artillery (W. Div.) 13 Apr. 96 

Kerrich, Walter Edmund, Indian Ordnance Department 

49 Bethell, Henry Arthur , 

so Powell, Frederick Acton Lambart 

Martel, Charles Philip, Instructor Artillery College 2r June 95 

Meeres, Charles Stuart, Ordnance Officer, yd Class. Gibraltar, 25 Aug. 95 

Wmgate, Francis Reginald,*-* CB. DSO.(Bt.3Iajor, 15 Jan. 89 ; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 18 Nov. 96), f 

serving with Egyptian Army j 

Wynne, John George Erskine, Instructor School of Gunnery 1 Apr. 95 

English, Charles Ernest ,* 2i Professor Royal Military Academy, Kingston, Canada 

Watkins, Leonard George, 2 ' 31 ' Assistant to Inspector General of Ordnance, Bengal, 1 Apr, qo 

Fuller, Richard Woodfield,* 20 Native Mountain Artillery, India .. 

ea Gartside-Tippinge, Ernest Alfred '-. , 

Benny, Sidney Mercer,* 2 ' Ordnance Officer, yd Class, Bombay 

Johnson, Frank Ernest, Brigade Major to Insp. Gen. of Artillery in India, 25 Nov. 93 



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16 June 97 
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13 July 97 

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21 July 79. 

21 July 97 

1 Sept. 97 

1 Sept. 97 

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15 Sept. 97 
23 Sept. 97 
28 Sept. 97 
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20 Nov. 97 

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25 Dec. 97 
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. Sept.87 
1 Oct. 87 
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16 June8S 
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1 Aug. 88 
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5 Dec. 38 

8 Dec. 88 
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94- 



Captains. 

Griffin William Waudby, Instructor in Mange Finding, Cork 

Duhan, William Waugh Taylor, Instructor in Gunnery, Bombay 

ba p.s.c. Churchill, Arthur Benjamin Norton 296 ...... 

Bickford, Edward, 4 ™ Instructor in Gunnery, Leith Fort 

wn Brownlow, Henry Blaikie 430 

61 p.s.c. Dawkins, John Wyndham George..... 

Hamilton, Claude de Courcy ,«' D. A. A. General for E. Artillery, Punjab, 1 Apr. 
53 Strange, Robert George 412 

Birch, ^Alexander Marry Colvin* 32 

BA Multins, Arthur John "ii"."": V",V,V V'i 

Morris, Bobert,* 33 Adjutunt Cossipore Volunteer Artillery 20 July 93 

ea Baker' Augustus Theodore 

74 Bond, Ralph Francis Xavier M'Geough 

13 Tremaine, Richard • •■• ;■••■•• ;■•:•■;::: •—".■; V'-iV 

Montgomery, Robert Arundel Kerr, Staff Captain, Foyal Artillery, Chester, 16 Nov. 95 
Phillins, Herbert de Touffreville,* 3i Inspector of Position Finding, Gibraltar, 10 Oct. 9, 

so p.s.c. 'Crawford, Archibald 436 -• 

Burney, Percy de Sausmarez, 43 ? Local Artillery, Kong Kong 

bha Scott, Arthur Binny, Adjutant 

wifWolley-Dod. Anthony Hurt 

SO Heffernan, Nesbitt Breillat, p.a.c ■ . • 

Moore-Lane, William,* 39 Ordnance Officer, 4** Class, Portsmouth, 1 Apr. 96 

Rich, Harold Hampden, Department of Inspector General of Ordnance 1 Apr. 93 

24 LongSeld, Alfred Purcell"" ;..•■-,; ■ 

p.s.c. Maunsell, Francis Eichard, Vice Consul, fti»a.«, Asia Minor 

4 Henshaw, Clinton Grant 

Cole, Frederick Temple, 3rd Class Ordnance Officer, India 

Qeha Lawless. Skerrett Edward George 

Perry, Hugh Whitchurch, Ordnance Officer, 4th Class, Cape Town 

Percy-Smith, Rennell, Instructor in Eange Finding, Devonport 

ea Carr, Robert Cattley, Adjutant 6 Jan. 96 

d.s. Cleeve, Frederick John Stewart, 442 at Staff College 

59 Coghill, Charles Edward 

m Stanford, Henry Bedell ■•••"•;•:•■. •• 

MacMahon, John Joseph, Adjutant Cork Artillery, S. Division, 15 Jan. 94 

76 Addington, Hon. Harold William 

bha Campbell, Herbert Montgomery, Adjutant 

Dep. eha Tyndale-Biscoe, Albert Sandeman 

14 Canel-Cure, Alfred 443 

I eha Rodwell, Reginald Mandeville 

Bryan, Thomas William Guy*** 

p s.c. Ducrof, Louis Hay,** 1 Brigade Major Eoyal Artillery, Curragh, 23 July 97 

Mus'pratt- Williams, Charles Augustus, Superintendent Gunpowder Factory, Ishapore.... 

Eichardson, Charles William, Instructor in Gunnery, Barrackpore, 1 Mar. 94 

Sankey, Cyril Charles, Instructor of Artillery, E. M. Academy, 16 Sept. 95 

Scott, Charles Darracott ,**"' Staff Captain School of Gunnery, 1 Nov. 96 

S bha Drake, Bernard Francis , 

Walker, Melville, Superintendent Small Arms Ammunition Factory, Kirkee 

Handley, Arthur, Adjutant Eoyal Military Academy 26 Feb. 94 

N bha Belfield, Sydney ■„ 

Jackson, London Dealtry 253 Instructor Eoyal Military Eepository ti June 96 

Slee, Percy Henry, Adjutant, Woolwich, 25 Dec. 97 

p.s c. Stanton, Henry Ernest,** 3 DSO. Staff' Capt. Intelligence Dept., India, 1 May 97 

16 Brendon, Herbert Algernon 

65 Vigne, Robert Austen 



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27 July 80 

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27 July 80 

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Montanaro, Arthur Forbes 450 {Brevet Major, 25 Mar. 96), Singapore 26 July 81 

Carleton, Montgomery Launcelot,** 1 Adj. Devon Artillery (West Div. B. Art.) 16 Feb. 95 26 July 81 



so Mostyn, Hon. Ranulph Edward Montague 

R eha Biddulph, George Warren 

so Gurdon, William 

H eha Calley, Henry 

E eha Paget, Victor Frederick William Augustus 

Nowlan, Thomas Bowman, Ordnance Officer, 4th Class, Ceylon 

J eha Connal, Alexander Campbell 

ea Terry, William Gordon 452 

be Hanwell. Joseph 4 - 3 

p.s.c. Cadell, John Francis, Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. for Instruction, Colchester, 22 Nov. 97. 

M eha Askwith, John Browning Harrison 

Bicknell. Maldion Byron,*^ Commissary of Ordnance, 3rd Class 

ea Dorehill, Phillip Henry Marcus '. 

Johnson, Arthur Graham 

Burrard, William Dutton, Adjutant Lancashire Artillery (South Div. E. Art.) 13 Jan. 96 

eha Crowe, John Henry Veriiider, Staff College 

Fisher, Charles John, Adjutant West of Scotland Artillery (S. Div. E. Art.) 3 Mar. 97 (7 Jan. 97) 

so Breakey, Arthur John .'., 

Guille, Henry Stevens le Marchant, p.a.c. Ord. Officer, 4th Class, C. of Good Hope, 27 Aug. 92 

Hoblyn, Edward Florance, Instructor in Eange Finding, Cape of Good Hope 

F bha Short, Anthony Holbeche 457 

Braid, Arthur Eeade, Ordnance Officer, yrd Class 

Ormiston, James Walker, 2 * 3 Instructor Eoyal Laboratory, Artillery College, 23 Apr. 94 

42 Yuuge-Bateman, George Marcus 

p D M'Leod, William Kelty, Adjutant ; 

Balfour, Arthur Mai Untosh, Adjutant Sussex Artillery, Eastern Division, 1 Jan. 94 

18 Johnstone, Francis Buchanan '_ 

33 Hutchinson, Charles Hammond ™ 

A eha Browne, Sherwood Dighton 459 '" 

mn Dowell, George Cecil, 460 Acting Adjutant " 

Jeudwine, Hugh Sandham, Instructor in Gunnery, School of Gunnery, 22 Mar. 94 

Duffus, GrtEme Sym, .Staff Captain, Halifax, 1 Jan. 96 

G bha Jenkinson, Henry Law Acland ["[[[ 

27 Harrison, Halford Claude Vaughan ......... 

C eha Caulfeild, Charles Trevor 

71 Coates, John TJnett m 

Lane, Herbert Edward Bruce,* 61 Adjutant Pembroke Artillery Militia 13 Mar. 93 

Birch, Downward Perceval Lea, Adj. 1 Renfrew and Dumbarton Vol. Art. 15 Aug. 93 



26 July 81 
6 July 81 
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26 July 81 
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26 July 8t 
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26 July 81 
22 Feb. 82 
22 Feb. 82 
22 Feb. 82 
22 Feb. 82 
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22 Feb. 82 
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22 Feb. 82 
22 Feb. 82 
22 Feb. 82 
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26 July 81 
22 Feb. 82 
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22 Feb. 8 
22 Feb. 82 
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22 Feb. 82 
22 Feb. 82 
22 Feb. 32 

27 June 82 
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9 Oct. 89 
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1 Nov. 89 

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13 Nov. 89 
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30 Nov. 89 

2 Dec. 89 
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4 Dec. 89 

20 Dec. 89 

20 Dec. 89 

20 Dec. 89 

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1 Jan. 90 

1 Jan. 90' 

1 Jan. 90- 

1 Jan. go 

4 Jan. 90 

15 Jan. 90- 

16 Jan. 90 
26 Jan. 90 

1 Feb. 90 

10 Mar. 90 
19 Mar. 90 
29 Mar. 90 
31 Mar. 90 

1 Apr. 90 
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1 Apr. 90 
1 Apr. 90 

1 Apr. 90 

2 Apr. 90 
2 Apr. 90 

5 Apr. go. 
12 Apr. 90 
12 Apr. 90 
17 Apr. 90 

21 Apr. 90 

25 Apr. 90 

26 Apr. 90 
30 Apr. 90 

30 Apr. 90 

6 May 90 
12 May 90 

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20 May 90 

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3 May 90 
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31 Dec. 90 
1 Jan. 91 

10 Jan. 91 

25 Jan. 91 
10 Feb. 91 
10 Feb. 91 

13 Feb. 91 
13 Feb. 91 

26 Feb. 91 



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. | CAP1AIN. 

"82 28 Feb. 1 
1 1 Mar. . 
29 May 91 

u uud 91 

)2 20 June c 



Captains. 

L bha Huseey, Arthur Herbert 

73 White, Hans Stannard 

Young, Norman Edward,* 63 serving with the Egyptian Army (Brevet Major, 18 Nov. 96) 

B bha Lecky, Robert St. Clair 

Denne, Alured Barkley, Instructor Boyal Military Academy 5 Dec. 42 

mn Grier, Harry Dixon* 64 

Jennings, Herbert Alexander Kaye, Commissary of Ordnance, 2nd Class 

Adair, Hugh Robert, Instructor in Bange Finding , Gibraltar . 

so Stevenson, Robert Crawford 

bha Young, Arthur Davidson,* 09 Adjutant 

wn Parry, Llewellyn Humffreys 

Taylor, Mowbray,* 66 Adjutant 1st Caithness Volunteer Artillery 20 Dec. 97 

P bha King, Algernon D'Aguilar 

Cooper, Edward Shewell,* 67 Assistant Inspector of Warlike Stores 1 Apr. 97 

Gay, Arthur William,* 66 Staff Captain Boyal Artillery, Cork, 78 May 96 

so Baker, Arthur Slade , 

Babington, David Melville 

Waring, Henry, Assistant Inspector of Warlike Stores 1 Oct. 97 

Parker, John Lewes,*' Native Mountain Artillery, India 

Badcliffe, William Charles Aljred, Ordnance Officer, 4th Class 

Foote, Henry Bruce, Ordnance Officer, 4th Class 

Cookson, William Whicher. Commissary of Ordnance, 3rd Class 

Bell, Charles Thornhill,*' 1 Ordnance Officer, 3rd Class 

00 Horton, Sydney George 

67 Gubbins, Russell Dunmore 

so Fisher, Francis Torriano, p.a.c 

Eteson, Harold Carlton Wetherall, Danger Building Officer, Woolwich, 2 Feb. 97 

Giles, Francis Henry Synge,*' 2 Nutive Mountain Artillery, India 

■WW Noble, Montague Mark* 73 

mn Smeaton, Charles Oswald*"* 

Currie, Arthur Cecil, 296 Instructor in Gunnery, Boyal Military Bepository, 18 Dec. 96 

■wit Mills, William Holroyd 

Butler, Henry Hugh,* 76 Dep, Assist. Adj. General for Boyal Artillery, Bengal, 1 Jan. 96 

Farmar, William Lawrance, p.a.c. Assistant Inspector of Warlike Stores, 19 Feb. 96 

mn Donaldson, Frederick Leverton* 77 

69 Fox, Robert Fanshawe 

de Berry, George John Lewes, Mauritius Companies 

87 Cloet£, Evelyn Rivers Henry Josias* 00 

Vincent, Henry Osman, Instructor in Bange Finding, Harwich 

mn Brownlow, Charles William* 79 

p.s.c. Macbean, William Alleyne, Deputy Assistant Adjutant General, War Office, 1 Jan. 97 ... 

Campbell, Malcolm Sydenham Clarke, 2 *- Commissary of Ordnance, 4th Class 

MN Drake, Francis Richard** 

44 Owen, Charles Cunliffe 

•wn Robinson, Walter Henry* 81 

52 Breeks, Richard William 

8 Herbert, George Frederick* 00 

Oldfield, Christopher George, 2nd Class Ordnance Officer, India 

Williamson, Oswald Charles,** 3 Native Mountain Artillery, India , 

39 Goff, Algernon Hamilton Stannus 

mn Kaye, Ralph Arthur* 8 * , 

Pullen, Arthur Fox, 485 Adjutant 16 Jan. 97 , 

so Dodgson, Heathfield Butler 

60 Buckle, Christopher Reginald 

Thorp, John Claude,** 6 Ordnance Officer, 4th Class, Halifax, N.S., 9 Apr. 96 

SO Benson, Rion Philip , 

Berkley, James, Adjutant 1 Devon Volunteer Artillery, 11 Feb. 97 

mn Stanton, Frederick William Starkey 487 , 

wn Molesworth, Herbert Crofton St. George 

mn Cook, Henry Rex' 53 

Muter, St. John Arthur Douglas, Ordnance Officer, 4th Class 

77 Mackenzie, Cortlandt Gordon 

Galbraith, Gerald Edward, 490 Instructor in Gunnery, Gibraltar 

Gordon. Lawrence Christian,* 91 Punjab Garrison Battery, Kohat 

Logan, David Finlay Hosken* 92 Adjutant Cape Garrison, Artillery Volunteers 

Ferrar, Renry Minchin, StajfCaptain Bemount Establishment 26 Sept. 93 

75 Lyall, Charles Noel 493 

Bandolph, Francti Arthur, p.a.c.* 00 Assistant Inspector of Warlike Stores 21 Apr. 95 

29 Tyler, Charles William 

•wn Vans-Agnew, Francis 

Pasley, Montagu Wynyard Sabine, Ordnance Officer, 3rd Class 

55 Knox, Arthur Rice 

wn Gray, Phillip Easson 

•wn Headlam, John Emerson Wharton 

Perceval, Claude John, Adjutant Southern Division, 17 Dec. 97 

so Rolt, Charles Edward 

so Napier, William John 

BAChamier, Saunders James, Adjutant 

9 Maunsell, Frederick Guy 

41 Smith, Edmund Perceval 

81 Onslow, William Henry 

Mansell, John Herbert, Instructor in Bange Finding, Portsmouth 

Bertie-Clay , Neville Sneyd, Superintendent of Smalt Arms Ammunition Factory, Dum Dum 

M'Meekan, Francis Henry Fremoult Beader,* 9 " Staffi Capt.for B.Art., Chatham, 27 May 97... 

Geddes, John Gordon, Deputy Assistant Adjutant General, Bombay, 14 May 97 

15 Walker, Alexander Lamond .' 

88 Williams-Wynn, Henry Cunliffe 

Bingham, Hon. Francis Bichard, Aide de Camp to Commander in Chief, Madrai, 28 Oct. 93 

Gordon, Lochinvar Alexander Charles, Hong Kong Artillery 

Bitchie, John Bobert, Instructor in Gunnery Boyal Military Bepository 1 June 96 

Ross, Horatio St. George, Instructor in Bange Finding, Sheerness 

^4 Corbyn, Hector 

mn Eyre, Morland Stanhope 4 ' 9 

2 , Gordon, Lawrence George Frank 

a Smith, Herbert Guthrie 



25 July 
25 July 
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25 July 
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25 Jmy 
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7 Mar. 

9 Mar. 
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26 June 
;8 July 
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28 July 
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18 July 
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28 July 
28 July 
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28 July 
?S July 
28 July 
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82 11 Mar. 9 

82 29 May 9: 

3 June 91 

3 June 9] 
82 20 June " 
82 •« July b 
82:25 July 91 
82 25 July 91 
82 30 July 91 
82 3 Sept.9 
82 23 Sept.9 

23 Sept. 

1 Oct. 

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7 Oct. 

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82] 7 Oct. 91 
82] 12 Oct. 91 
82 22 Oct. 91 
82 22 Oct. 9: 

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82 129 Oct. 9 
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1 Nov.c 
1 Nov. 91 
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r Nov. 91 

4 Nov. 91 
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4 Nov. 91 



82 



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83! 4 Nov. 91 

83123 Nov. 91 

83I23N0V. 91 

83I23 Nov. 91 

83'23 Nov. 91 

83I30 Nov. 91 

83 2 Dec. 92 

83 1 Jan. 92 

. 831 1 Jan. 9« 

. 83I27 Jan. 92 

. 83' 27 Jan. 9? 

"- 27 Jan. 92 

27 Jan. 92 

1 Feb. ( 



83 1 Feb. 92 
83 1 Feb. 92 
83 1 Feb 92 



. Feb. 92 
1 Feb. 92 
1 Feb. 92 
1 Feb. 92 
15 Feb. 92 
83 19 Feb. 92 
83J19 Feb. 92 



83 



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83 3 Mar. 92 
83 3 Mar. 92 
83 3 Mar. 92 
83 1 13 Mar. 92 
83' 16 Mar. 92 
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83 16 Mar. 92 
S3 18 Mar. 92 
83119 Mar. 92 
83 19 Mar. 92 
83 19 Mar. 92 
83 23 Mar. 92 
- 1 Apr. 92 
i Apr. 92 
1 Apr. 92 
1 Apr. 92 
1 Apr. 92 
13 May 92 

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83^8 May 92 
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13^8 May 92 
83! 25 May 
83125 May 92 
83)27 July 92 
83:10 Aug. 92 
83 10 Aug.92 
831:5 Aug. 92 
83 1 Oct. 92 
83 17 Oct. 92 
83 17 Oct. 92 

83 14 Dec. 92 
83! 10 Jan. 93 
83] 10 Jan. 93 

84 10 Jan. 93 



Royal Artillery. 



m 




5 July 84 30 May 93 
5 July 84*26 June93 



Captains. 

Tyicke, Georae, 2nd Assistant Superintendent of Experiment*, School of Gunnery, 1 Feb. 93. 

50 Sandilands. Henry George 

12 Robinson, William Arthur 500 

Lushington, Stephen, Adjutant Cardigan Artillery, West Division, 16 Feb. 95 

so Burnett, John Chaplyn 

¥j Cameron, Ewen Donald Charles 258 

so Warden, Richard Edward 

ea Bremner, Donald 

31 Ford, Charles Hopewell, Adjutant at Fort Attock 

S4 Schofield, Harry Norton 

21 Campbell, Henri Montgomery 

so Kemmis, William Henry Olphert 

56 Casement, Roger 

Anderson, James Douglas, Ceylon 

so Salmon, James Nelson 

Du Cane, John Philip, Adjutant Norfolk Artillery, Eastern Division, 16 Feb. 94 

Lawrie, Charles Edward 5,0 * {Brevet Major 18 Nov. 96), serving with the Egyptian Army 

Dennis, Meade James Crosbie, Adjutant Wicklow Artillery , Southern Division R. Art. 1 June 94 

17 Graham, Lancelot ,.....". 

S2 Maxwell, James M'Call 

v. s.c. Fasson, Disney John Menzies, Staff Captain, Royal Artillery, York, 22 Nov, 96 

Lyle, George Samuel Bateson, Instructor in Gunnery, ijhoeburyness, 16 Apr. 96 

Wray, John Cecil , Adjutant Hon. Artillery Company of London 1 Dec. 94 

Bainhridge, Percy Agneto, Assistant 'Inspector Army Ordnance Department 1 Apr. 97 

Pratt, Henry Arthur, In charge Danger Buildings Royal Laboratory 23 Apr. 97 

p.s.c. Purse, William Thomas 

wit Fowler, Francis Charles 

Feilden, Robert Basil 

70 Geddes, George Hessing 

wn Coxhead, Thomas Langhorne, 50 " 1 DSO 

lDiPii Marshall. Hawtrey Charles 

Kirke, Henry Lushington, Sierra Leone 

p.s.c. Dunlop, Archibald Samuel, Brigade Major, ttoyal Artillery, Malta 

86 Kilner, Charles Harold 

so Norns, Arthur Gambier 

so Warren, William Lewis 

1 Lachlan, Ernest Mo ncrief 

19 Radcliffe, Robert Edmund Lowndes 

60 Rouse, Hubert 

Lloyd, Maurice Brickdale, Instructor Artillery College, 1 Apr. 96 

20 Humphreys, Gardiner , 

so Playfair, Frederick Lyon 

■WN Roberts, Michael Bradley \ 

Cuming, Arthur Thomas, Instructor in Gunnery, Portsmouth 

62 Askwith, Henry Francis 

Diclcinson, Thomas Malcolm, Adjutant 1 Ayrshire <f- Galloway Volunteer Artillery 6 Apr. 93 

Parry. James Bacchus, Adjutant Mid Ulster Artillery, South Division, 20 Feb. 95 

IA Bateman, Bernard Montague, Divisional Adjutant.' Sheerness 

Merriman. Reginald Gordon,™ DSO. Adjutant Kent Artillery, East Division, 1 Mar. q? 

aiN Hardy, William Kyle"' '. .. 

46 White, George Francis .", 

so Foster, Philip "..'......'.!!].".'..'.'."!.""!!!!!!"""!!!!!!"!""" 

Cooper, Philip Templer, Indian Ordnance Department 

Tfjod Ihom::* Bi-chall Hyderabad Ooniix jent 

6» Norris, Ernest Edward 

73 du Plat-Taylor, St. John Louis Hyde !""."!!!...!!!.'.'"".""""!!!."!...!! 

72 Lambert, Edward Parry "!.....]"!..".."!.!!.]]...."..'".'."".'.! 

So Battiscombe, Charles 

6 Cleeve, Egerton Stewart .".!..'.'.'...."....!.........'.'.'..."!!!.'.'!!!...'.'...'.'..' 

Bidgood, Thomas Edward Wing field. Adjutant sliqo Artillery, Southern Division, 20A.U ' 

Watson, Christopher Godfrey^ 

28 Grover, William Montague 



5 July 84 
5 July 84 
5 July 84 

5 July 84 
5 Jui.v 84 

5 July 84 
5 July 84 
5 July 84 
5 July 84 
5 July 84 
5 July 84 
5 July 84 
5 July 84 
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5 July 84 

5 July 



26 June 93 
26 June 93 
28 June 93 
28 June 93 
28 June 93 

1 Ausr. 93 
15 Aug. 93 
19 Aug. 93 
19 Aug. 93 
14 Sept. 93 

4 Oct. 93 

13 Oct. 93 

14 Oct. 93 
21 Oct. 93 
21 Oct. 93 
23 Oct. 93 



5 July 84 15 Nov. 93 
5 July 84 9 Dec. 93 
5 July 84 9 Dee. 93 
5 July 84 t 6 Dee. 93 
9 Dee. 84I31 Dec. 93 



-94 ... 



Lyon, Charles, Adjutant Isle of Wight Artillery, Southern Divisioyi Royal Artillery, 4 Nov. 95' 
38 Cameron, Ewan Cornwallis 



Campt.ell, Edmund Arthu 

Hall, Ernest Frederic, Adjutant Glamorgan Artillery, 19 Dec. 96 ..'..".'..". 

Harrison, Arthur Estcourt, Adjutant Durham Artillery, West Division, 5 Jan. 95 ....... 

Peake, Malcolm,''^ serving icith the Egyptian Army 

7 White-Thomson, Hugh Davie 

Vsp.ss F'jristier Walker Gecrgi Icwnshend 

Lamb, Gftcr^e R;thney ; ! ' Instructor in Range Finding Gibraltar 

Maunsell, Manuel Charles, Instructor Rjyal Military Academy, Woolwich 1 Apr 04 

Ogg, George Sim*-* Ordnance Officer, 4th Class 

34 Money, Arthur Wigram 515 '._,. 

Macgowan, Robert Stuart, Adjutant 1 Fifeshire Volunteer Artilletv 1 Oct 02 
M Saltren Svillett Archibald J oh? 

ba Young, Francis Henry ' 

40 Staveley. William Cathcart 

Marsh, Hopton Eliolt, Instructor School' ofGunnery 14 Oct! 96 

80 Gooch, John Sherlock 

23 Birch James Frederick Noei 

54 j. s.c Thompson William Arthi'r Murray 

Dykes Lionel Erie Ballantine, Inspector, of Position Findin'q, Golden' ffiii, 24 JuiyQS. 
so lies, Himry Wilson 51 ' 

Vanderzee. Henry Frank , 518 Ordnance OMc'ar'iih Class 

mx Hudson.Thomas Roe Christopher 510 
26 Frescott-Decie, Cyril , 

ieRzugem:, it, Cecil Henry "■» serving wilh'^he Egyptian A-my 
ea Stansheld, James Rawdon 

Bidiuiph Hope Aide de c\mp io Sir R Bidi-dph 18 Oct 01 - 

I'll l'ila if I . \+nsi 1 .'..... , A 1 * I j-f-i-j. . ^ . .... . _y ** _ 



Virfee Gec<-g,; Ambrose Ad;i:{~xi Edinburgh Artillery '{South Dit, R. Art.) Jan 06 
s.c. lennant, Henry Lancelot, Staff Captain for Royal Artillery, Colchester, 16 Sept. 
[a.'Shall, Thomas Edward 5 * 2 .... 



ea Ma. 
43 Heath, Francis William 

51 Blacker, Stewart Ward William '. 

66 Elton, Frederick Algernon George Young 



9 Dec. 
9 Dec. 84 
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9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec 84 
q Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 
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9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 
9 Dec. 84 
9 Apr. 85 
9 Apr. 85 
9 Apr. 85 
9 Apr. 85 
29 Apr. 85 
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29 Apr. 85 
29 Apr. 85 
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29 Apr. 85 
9 Apr. 85 
29 Apr. 85 
29 Apr. 851 
9 Apr. 85 
9 Apr. 8s| 
29 Apr. 85 
29 Apr. 85 
29 Apr. 85 
29 Apr. 85 
29 Apr. 85 
29 Apr. 85 
29 Apr. 85 
29 Apr. 85 



1 Jan. 94 

3 Jan. 94 

4 Jan. 94 
10 Feb. 94 
14 Mar. 94 
14 Mar. 94 
22 Mar. 94 

1 Anr. 94 
: Apr. 94 
9 May 04 

14 July 94 
29 Sept. 94 

15 Nov. 94 
10 Dec. 94 
25 Dec. 94 

1 Jan. 95 
1 Jan. 95 

4 Jan. 95 

5 Jan. 95 
9 Jan. 95 
1 Feb. 95 

20 Feb. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
t Apr. 95 
' Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
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1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
t Apr. 05 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
3 Apr. 95 



E 



175 



Royal Artillery. 



Captains. 

td Norwood, William Blakeney (Depot) 29 Apr. 85 

so Strange, Harry Bland 52 * 30 June 85 

ea Moren, James Alexander 1 30 June 85 

Sodgtns, Charles Richard, Adjutant 1 Cinque Ports Volunteer Artillery 1 Apr. 95 .30 June 85 

32 Butt'us. Edwsrd John 3° June 85 

11 Potts, Frederick 16 Sept.85 

Bruce-Kingsmill, Julian Claud de Kenne, iic Adjutant 1 Lanark Volunteer Artillery , 15 May 95..J16 Sept.85 

37 Milne, George Francis, Staff' College 16 Sept.85 

Harvest, Hector Horatio, Special duty, Lagos 16 Sept.85 

Simonds, Cecil Barrow, Hong Kong Companies, Royal Artillery 16 Sept.85 

EM Prendergast, Frederick (St. Helena) 16 Sept.85 

ea Clark, Charles Watson, Divisional Adjutant, Dover 16 Sept.85 

3 Wilson, Joseph Reginald 16 Sept.85 

Hill, Charles Edward,™ Adjutant 1 London Volunteer Artillery 1 Apr. 94 16 Sept.85 

Tyler, Arthur Malcolm, Instruct or in Gunnery, Dover 16 Sept.8 = 

Langhorne, Harold Stephen, Ordnance Officer, 4th Class, Hong Kong, 18 Apr. 96 16 Sept.85 

79 (xlanville. Art hur George 16 Sept.85 

Perkins, Arthur John Ernest, 529 Adjutant Royal Artillery, Roorlcee. 16 Sept.85 

Davidson, Francis Middleton, Adj. South East of Scotland Art. (Southern Division), 22 Jan. 97... 16 Sept.85 

47 Calvert, George 16 Sept.85 

Hast, Lionel William Pellew,™ DSO., Hyderabad Contingent 36 Sept.85 

30 Morris, Charles James Ussher 16 Sept.85 

so Powell, Henry Lloyd 16 Sept.85 

Moore, Robert Thornton, Ordnance Officer, 41A Class 16 Sept.85 

Quinton, Francis William Drummond. Instructor Royal Military College, 1 Apr. 96 116 Sept.85 

so Uniacke, Herbert Crofton Campbell, Adjutant 1 Jan. 97 ,16 Sept.85 

t.i. Blunt, Charles Jasper 532 .....^.„.._ J16 Sept 



16 Sept.85 

16 Sept.85 

17 Feb. 

17 Feb. 86 
17 Feb. 86 
)7 Feb. 86 
17 Feb. 86 
17 Feb. 86 



Lylt, Henry Dunfze,^ Adjutant : East Riding of York Vol. Art. (W.Div. R. Art.), 22 Feb. 96 

57 Ravenhill, Frederick Thornhill .... 

56 Lennox, Amyot Maitland Augustus 

ea Ouseley, Ralph Glvnn , : 

so Jenour, Arthur Stawell . 

48 White, Henry Arthur Pilkington ... 

45 England. Edward Parker 

so Olivier, William Henry 

Nicholson, William Cyril Alwynne, Adjutant 1 Orkney Volunteer Artillery I17 Feb. 86 

10 Oldnall, Henry Cairns 117 Feb. 

no Carey, George Glas Sandemnn 17 Feb. S6 

17 Feb. 86 
17 Feb. 36 
17 Feb. 86 
17 Feb. 
17 Feb. 86 
17 Feb. 86 
17 Feb. 86 
17 Feb. 86 
17 Feb. 
17 Feb. So 
17 Feb. 86 
17 Feb. 86 



15 May 95 
15 May 95 
15 May 95 
: 5 May 95 
13 May 95 
30 June 95 
4 July 95 
4 July 95 
3 Aug. 95 
3 Aug. 95 
ti Sept.95 
1: Sept.95 
20 Sept.95 
13 Nov. 95 
13 Nov. 95 
20 Nov. 95 
2 Dec. 95 

7 Dec. 95 
11 Dec. 95 
18 Dec. 95 
18 Dec. 95 

8 Feb. 96 

8 Feb. 96 
26 Feb. 96 
26 Feb. 96 
26 Feb. 06 
26 Feb. 96 

'Wif Baldwin, John Grey, 533 Staff College '16 Sept.85 5 Mar. 96 

" 2; Mar. 96 
25 Mar. 96 
1 Apr. 96 
7 Apr. 96 
11 Apr. 96 
11 Apr. 96 
6 May 96 
6 May 96 
6 May 9S 

6 May 96 
1 June 96 
1 June 96 

15 June 96 
1 5 June 96 
15 June 96 
1 S June 96 
1 8 June 96 
30 July 96 
1 Aug. 96 
1 Aug. 96 
1 Aug. 96 

11 Aug. 96 
2Q Aug. 96 

29 Aug. 96 

9 Aug. 96 
28 Sep't. 96 

28 Sept. 96 

30 Sept. 96 
30 Sept. 96 

Sept. 96 
30 Sept. 06 

Oct. 96 

12 Oct. 96 
Oct. 96 

17 Oct. q6 

7 Oct. 96 
7 Oct. 96 

29 Oct. 96 
29 Oct. 96 

1 Nov. 96 

18 Nov. 96 

Dec. 96 

1 Dec. 06 
:i Dec. 96 
21 Dec. 96 
23 Dec. 96 

7 Jan. 97 
o Jan. 97 
20 Jan. 97 

2 June 97 
2 June 97 

2 June 97 
6 June 97 
6 June 97 

14 June 97 

15 June 97 
15 June 97 
10 June 97 
18 June 97 
18 June 97 
18 June 97 

3 July 97 
3 July 97 
3 July 97 

3 July 97 
3 July 97 
3 July 97 



Stockdale, Herbert Edward 

Elkington, Robert James Goodall,Aidede Camp to Maj.Gcn.Nicohon,Comdg. MIiok Dist. 2 Mar.96 

Wn Tancred, Thomas Agnew 

83 Butler, Arthur Townley 

Woodifteld, Anthony Hudson, Adjutant 2 Cinque Forts Volunteer Artillery, 2 Jan. 93 
25 Sharp, Frederick Leonard 

Combe, Kenneth, Aide de Camp to Major General B. A. Combe, iS Nov. 96 

Tancock, Osborne Kendall, Hong Kong Companies 

Fringle, Geo. Octavius Sham, Adjutant Guernsey Artillery Militia, 8 May 97 

so Alexander, William Patrick (Depot) 

so Campbell- Johnston. Gordon 

Nichol, William Dale, 5 ™ Adjutant 3 Durham Volunteer Artillery, 16 Jan. 93 

so Crowe, Mordaunt Abingdon Carlisle 567 1 17 Feb. 

Ea Boulnois. William Arthur 17 Feb. 86 

Malleson, Wilfrid, Ordnance Officer, nth Class, India iv Feb. 86 

EAUsborne, Thomas Masters 17 Feb. 86 

so Crockett, Walter Macandrew 17 Feb. S6 

Wn Palmer, Hugh Robert ; 117 Feb. 86 

Aikenhead, Frank, Adjutant 1 Lancashire Volunteer Artillery... '17 Feb. 86 



Ea Arbuthnot, Dalrymple 539 

Perrott, William Henry Willy, Staff College 

Symonds, George Davey, Staff College 

so Stevens, Charles Frederick 

so Davies, Ernest Wilson 

Phipps, Charles Edward 

so Gorton, Reginald St. George 541 

Head, Harry Francis, Officiating Ordnance Officer, 4th Class, India 

EM Phillips, Thomas Richmond (Sierra Leone Detachment) 

Brake, Herbert Edward John, serving in the British Central Africa Protectorate 

Wn Chepmell, Claude Herrie 

Shortt, Alexander Graham, Adjutants Northumberland Volunteer Artillery, 26 May 97 
Wn Brewster, Robert Ferdinand, Mauritius 

Reid, Harold Arthur, 1 '" Hyderabad Contingent 

5 FitzMaurice. Robert 

so Cowper-Smith, Arthur Monro de Lasalle 

so Knapp, Kempster Kenmure 544 

Wn Tyler, James Arbuthnot 

so Hickie, Arthur Francis 

Hamilton, Percy Douglas, Adjutant Dublin City Artillery, 1 April 96 

so Kelsall, Harry Joseph ' 

ea Hare, Robert Hugh 545 

Adair, Charles Osborn, Adjutant 8 Lancashire Volunteer Artillery, 27 Feb. 96 

EA Ivennard, Arthur Mulloy 24 July S6 

Forestier-Walker, Claude Edward, Adjt. 1 Cheshire q Carnarvon Volunteer Artillery 1 Oct. 07I24 July 86 

Fawcett, Percy Harrison, Adjutant 1 Cornwall Volunteer Artillery 13 Jan. 96 — 24 July 86 

WN MacCarthy, Morgan John J24 July 86 

Wn Church, G'eorge Ross Marryat 54 " '24 July __ 

so Macgowan, James Murray \? A July 86 

Traherne, George Gilbert,*** Staff Captain School of Gunnery 1 Apr. 97 24 July 86 



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18 Feb. 86 
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I 1V1,. ;- 

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18 Feb. 86 
18 Feb. 86 
18 Feb. 86 
18 Feb. 86 
24 July 
24 July 86 

4 July 86 
24 July 86 

4 July 86 
24 July 86 



Wn Ellice, Robert Frederick 

WNLevita, Cecil Bingham 

Griffin, Henry Lysaght, Adjutant 2 East Riding of York Volunteer Artillery 25 July 92 

Courtenay, Michael Hudson, Adjutant Donegal Artillery 1 Jan. 96 .. 

Broadrick, Frederick Benjamin Dumaresq, Adjutant 1 Lincoln Volunteer Artillery (West\ 
Division Royal Artillery) 21 Dec. 93 ) 

Smallicood, Frank Graham,™ Commissary of Ordnance 3rd Class 



24 July 
24 July 86 
24 July 86 
24 July 86 

24 July S6 

24 July 86 

Seagrim, Dudley Gillum,^ 1 Staff College...". , ~ , 24 July £6 



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16 Feb 



CiP TAINS. 

so Watson, John Capron (1 Depot) 

Wi Ross-Johnson, Cyril Maxwell 

so Godfrey- Faus«ett, Percival Godfrey 

so Kirk, John Charters 

ea Camei'on, Bmji Duncan 

so Allen, Frederick Edward Halstead 

ea Cadell, Harry Ernest 

so Larvmore, Henry Douglas, 552 CMG. (Lieut. Edinburgh Art. Mil. 5 Oct. 86; Captain') 

Edinburgh Art. Mil . 7 Feb. 91) j 

ea Tan Straubenzee, Casimir Cartwright 

2ND LIEUT. 

so Fordyce-Buchan, George Charles 

Curme,TVilliam Charles, Commanding Permanent Garrison, Albany, West Australia 

Wn Pack-Beresford, Arthur William 

M i Kay, Donald, Adjutant 1 Worcester Volunteer Artillery, 15 Jan. 97 

Wn Jones, Walter Howel 553 

Wn Tapp, Jam°s Hanson William 

ea Wellesley, Richard Colley 

so PhilHpps, Charles 

Ker.yon, L'onel Richard, Staff Officer, Artillerij College, 16 July 96 

WuLali'e, Hubert Atwell 

ea Woodcock, Henry Stephen 

2 dep ea Stewart, James Anthonv, 555 mountain Artillery, India 

so Smith. Arthur Murray 556 

ea Beynou, Henry Lawrence Norman 

Taylor, Cecil Sa f usbury, Adjt. Limerick City Art. Southern Division, 16 Nov. 97 

EA Bell, Kenneth Dowie 

Comyn, Edward Waiter, Adjutant 1 Dorset Artillery Volunteers, 16 Feb. 93 

Douglas, Archibald Philip, Ordnance Officer, Officiating 4th Class, India 

Bo Taylor. Herbert Wodehouse 

Ruthven. Robert Mervyn Berminghnm 

Molony, Clement Arthur, 5 * 8 Uganda Rifles, 31 Dec. 96 

Barron, Netterville Gut/, Adjutant 1 Norfolk Volunteer Artillery, 1 Dec. 94 

tvn Farrell. Henry John William 

Stffe, Archibald Francis Eoeritt, Adjutant Highland Volunteer Art., 14 Apr. 97 

wn FitzGerald, George Alfred 

Thwaites. William 

Macdonald. Reginala James, Assistant Inspector of Warlike Stores, 1 Apr. 93 

so Sandys, William Bain Richardson 

2 dep. so Bland, William St. Colnm 560 

wn Molesworth, Richard Pigot 561 

so Chapman, Lawrence Joseph 

Leahy, Henry Gordon, Se7iior Class, Artillery College 

so Matthews, William Arthur 

wn Fraser. Lyons David „ 

ea Head, Charles Octavius 

Laird, Gordon 

Tiesborough, Arthur Peregrine Henry 

Poffinger, Eldred, Charles, duly with Natioe Infantry, Assam 

Pice, George William, Adj. 1 Edinburgh Vol. Art. wi-h rank of Captain, ji Apr. 96 
Spedding, Edward Wilfrid 



24 July 86 
24 July 86 
24 July 86 
24 July 86 
24 July 86 
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25 Dec. 86 



3 July 97 
21 July 97 
24 July 97 
1 Sept. 97 
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1 Sept. 97 
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7116 Feb. 90 1 Sept. 97 

716 Feb. 90 1 Sept. 97 

16 Feb. 87 [6 Feb. 90' 1 Sept. 97 

16 Feb. 87 16 Feb. gi\ 1 Sept.9; 

16 Feb. 87; '6 Feb. go| 1 Sept. 97 

:6 Feb. 8711s Fel). 90 1 ricpt.97 

16 Fob. 87! 16 Feb. 90. 1 Sept 97 

6 Feb. 87' 16 Feb. 90 1 Sept. 97 



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16 Feb. 87 
16 July 87 
23 July 87 
23 July 87 
23 July 87 
3 July 87 
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3 July 87 
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23 July 87- 
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3 July 87 
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3 July 8 7 



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16 Feb. 90J15 Sept. 97 
16 Feb 90 2 c Sept. 97 



16 Feb. 9 
16 Feb. 00 
16 Feb. 90 
16 Feb. 90 
16 Feb. 90 
16 Feb. 90 
16 Feb. 90 
16 Fob. 90 
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2S Sept.97 
1 Oct. 97 
1 0;t. 97 
9 Ojt. 97 
9 0;t. 97 
9 Oct. 97 
9 Oct. 97 
9 Oct. 9; 
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16 Feb. 90 9 Oct. 97 
16 Feb. 90 9 Oct. 97 
16 Feb. 90 10 Oct. 97 
16 July go] 19 Oct. 97 
23 July 90J19 Oct. 97 
23 July 90 1 Nov. 97' 
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3 July Qo'20 Not. 97 
3 July 90J20 Nov. 97 
3 July 90^0 Nov. 97 
23 July 90^2 Nov. 97 
23 Julv 90' 3 Dec. 97 
23 July 9025 Dec. 97 
23 July 90^5 Dec. ,97 
23 July 90 25 Dec. 97 
23 July 9c 25 Dec 97 



Lieutenants. | limit. 

Armifage, William Stuart, Hyderabad Contingent '24 j.ily 86 

Pitman, Alfred Cyril, Ceylon '24 July 36 

Graham-Clarke. Lionel Altham, Adj. 4 W. Riding of York Vol. Art. withrank of Capt. 26 Eeb. 94 J 24 July 80. 



Gordon, William Neville, St. Lucia . 



... 16 Feo. 07 

hep rha Williams, Masterman Stanley 23 July 87 

Patch, Francis Robert,'™ Nalioe Mountain Artillery, India 23 July 87 

Hooper, Stuart Huntly, Adj. Suffolk Art. (E. Dio. R. Art.), with rank of Capt. 23 Nov. 96 23 July 87 

37 Kirby, Arthur Durham 23 July 87 

11 Sclater-Booth, Hon.. Walter Dashwood 23 July 87 

Lyon, Francis .....J23 July 87 

mn Fisher, John Francis 123 Juiy 87 

Franks, George M'Kenzie, Native Mountain Artillery, India .'""J23 July 87 

so \\ zvd. H:k Maxwell 1-ichard Crcetie W. Julv 8>. 

Savage, Arthur Ray mond Boscawen,Adj '. 2 W.Riding of York Vol. Art. nit h rankofCapt. 15N0V.9723 July 87 

Battine, Alexander James, Adjutant 1 North Riding of York Artillery ( West Dioiswu > ■ T , „ 

Royal Artillery) with rank of Captain, 8 Apr. 95 > r 3 July B ' 

sin Stuart, Ralph Esme "...'23 July 87 

Roberts, Hugh Bradley, Lieutenant of a Company of Gentlemen Cadets S Apr. 93 ..... 

Young, Henry Alfred, Ordnance Officer, 4th Class 

Peile, Alfred James, Bombay Volunteer Artillery 

Crazier, Thomas Henry 

84 Parsons. Edward Howard Thornbrough "..'.'". 

Owe:; Frederick C'.;\l:f; Staff College 

Cohy-Bromfield, John Coley, Adjutant 2 Sussex Volunteer Art. with rank of Capt. liii 

Lee, Arthur Hamilton, Professor R. M. College, Canada, with local rank of Capt. 17 Au 
ea Seddon, Edward M'Mnhon * .. [._ 

Hutchinson, Frederick Pierrepont, yd Assist. Sltpdt. Expts. School of Gunnery 8 Sept. 04 

Stewart, Charles Edward f. ..... y . 



'6 Feb. 90- 
23 July 00 
23 Ju y 90 
23 July 90. 
23 July 90 
23 July 90 
23 July 90 
23 July gi 
23 July 90 
3 July 90. 
23 July 90 

23 July 9c 

July 93 



. 96... 
,93... 



R in Wellesley, Richard Ashinore Colley 

Scott, Alexander Francis Sinclair, Adj. 1 Lanark Vol. Art. with rank "of Capt. i Marcii'gs' 

34 Rotton, John Guy 

Carter, Ernest Pasley,™ Indian Ordnance Department 17 May 97 '.'.'..'.'.'.'.'. ....... """'"^."^ 

18 Jjilhgow, Hugh Lancaster 

39 Sanders, George Herbert .......'.'.......'.'.... 

dep fd ward, Montagu charies Pear^|'is^-&ii«j«'!"!iy.T.]!r.l!!!l!l!!!'!!!!!!!l!!!!!!!".'.'.'.!-!!!!!i!-!!!!! 

wn Jennings, Walton 

2 be; wn Mqcre, St Le^sr Montgomery: 

Phillipe. Ernest Robert, NativeMountain-AHUUry, India''. :!.."•.".!!...!!...".!!..'..."../!.!...:!.!.. 

65 F.u<vgs tries. Gh.arU.3 Frederick 

Tulloch, Tom Gregorie, Assistant Inspector of Warlike Stores 



Afford, Frederick Lewis, Adj. 2 Devon Vol. Art, with rank of Copt. ".5 March 95. 



17 Feb. 88I17 Feb. 9 

17 Feb. 88.17 Feb. 91 

17 Feb. 88 17 Feb. 91 

17 Feb. 88 17 Fel). 91 

17 Feb. 88 17 Feb. 91 

17 Feb. 88 17 Feb. 91 

17 Feb. 88 17 Feb. 91 

17 Feb. 88 17 Feb. 91 

17 Feb. 88 17 Feb. qr 

17 Feb. 88 17 Feb. 91 

88 17 Feb. 91 

88 17 Feb. 91 

88-17 Feb. 9i 

17 Feb. gr 

7 Feb. 91 



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17 Feb. 91 
17 Feb. 91 
17 i\h. 9t 
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83,17 Feb. or 
17 Feb. 88 17 Feb. 9. 
r7 Feb. 83,17 Ftb. gc 
.7 Feb. 83,17 I eb. 91 



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K 2 



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.Lieutenants. 

Arthy, Walter, Adj. i Argyll and Bute Vol. Art. with rank of Captain, i Sept. 94 

Parker, Henry William Manwarinq , 566 Native Mountain Artillery, India 

Christie, Herbert Willie Andrew, Adj. 1 Midlothian Vol. Art. with rank of Capt. 26 Jan. 94 

J bha Cartwright, Gamier Norton 

9 Molony, Trevor Charles Wheler 

Skip with, Philip Armfield 

Beha Herbert, Percy Thomas Colthurst 

Carey, William Havilland, Song Kong 

Thrupp, Francis Morton, Ordwince Officer, 4th Class, Bermuda, 1 Apr. 96 

Ba Langdon, Pauc Perram 

71 Davidson, Gordon Villiers 

MucMillan, John St. Clair, Assist. Inst, in Sang e Finding, School of Gunnery 

Buckle, Archie Stewart 

Anderson, Austin Thomas, Native Mountain Artillery, India 

T bha Russell, Edmund Stuart Eardley Wilmot 

Bray, Arthur Le Mesurier 5 ' 

Brett, Herbert George, Native Artillery, India 

10 Ballard, Charles NaesmythBruere 

ij Saunders, William Power 

lw Elliot, Harry Macintire (1 Depot) 

mn M'Hardy, Alexander Anderson 

Carrie, William Francis Taylor, Native Mountain Artillery, India 

75 Geoghegan, Robert 

Lambarde, Francis Fane, Adj. 2 Lancashire Vol. Art. with rank of Capt. 27 Feb. 96 

Walters, Hubert de Lansey 

36 Rettie, William John Kerr 

Morrison, Maskell Mackenzie Downie, Adj. 2 Hants Vol. Art. with rank of Capt. 10 Apr. 96... 

42 Gotto, Harold Ralph 

mn Grepe, Arthur Wellesley 

3 Smith, Edward Pelham 

bep. fd Reed, Hamilton Lyster 

24 Massy, Edward Charles 

ba Pennethorne, Henry Evelyn 

mn Tyler, Ralph Edward 

32 Nicholson, Graham Henry Whalley 

40 Boger, Richard Wharton 

so Wailes, William Eteson 

so Kirkpatrick, Alexander Ronald Vane 

mn Moultrie, Hugh Crawford 572 

Fdlmann, Ernest Ellit ^. 

MN Freeland, Anthony Drage 

Tomkins, Ernest Leith, Indian Ordnance Department 

Home, Robert Elton, Native Artillery, India 

57 Barker, Frederic Edward Lloyd 

Cayley, Arthur Macaulay, Instructor in Gunnery, Halifax 

Johnston, George Napier, Adjutant 1 Sussex Vol. Art. Eastern Div. R. Art. ivith rank of} 

Captain, 14 Oct. 95 I 

Stewart, Cosmo Gordon, 5 * 3 VSO. Egyptian Army, 6 May 97 

Tighe, Francis Alfred, Adj. 3 Lancashire Vol. Art. with rank of Capt. 15 May 95 

7 Crockett, Sydney Laurence 

Smith, William Hugh Usher, Ordnance Officer, 4th Class, 1 Apr. 97 

Galloway, Frank Lennox 5 ''* Aide de Camp to Sir A. P. Palmer. 11 Sept. 96 

Bellairs, Norman Edward Breton, Assutayit Inspector of Warlike Stores, 1 Apr. 96 

Lethbridge, Sydney, Ordnance Officer, 4th Class 

Coningham, Henry, Lieut, of a Company of Gent. Cadets 17 Oct. 92 

so Butcher, Frederick Spurred 

MacMunn, George Fletcher, , 5 " 5 DSO. Native Artillery, Kashmir 

so Morrice, Herbert 

73 Coates, Douglas Richardson 

Johnstont, Hope, Assistant Inspector of Warlike Stores 26 Apr. 95 

Cheke, Edw. Geo. Adj. 1 Northumberland Art. West Div. S. Art. with rank of Capt. 1 Aug. 95 

Bellhouse, John 

Kbha Nairne, Edward Spencer 

41 Strong, William 

ea Waymouth, Ernest Glanvillc , 

Mackintosh, John Burn 

Hill, Howard Berkeley 

35 Nixon-Eckersall, Frederic Eckersall 

69 M'Culloch, Robert Henry Frederick, 5 "? DSO 

Dent, Frank Wilkinson, Adj. 2 Glamorgan Vol. Art. with rank of Capt. 15 Nov. 94 

mn Metcalfe, Fenwick Henry 

Massie, Roger Henry 

Thorp, Arthur Hugh, Assist. Inspector of Position, Finding, Woolwich, 24 July 93 

Nicholson, Walter Adams, Adj. 3 Kent Vol. Art. with rank of Capt. 9 March 96 

w» Kendall, John Kaye 

58 Pirn, Edward Hugh 

Benwell, Albert, Jamaica 

mn Ellei-shaw, Arthur 

L bha Hichens, Thomas Sikes 

Hardcastle, John Herschel, Adjt. 1 Kent Volunteer Artillery with rank of Capt. 23 Nov. 96 ... 

M bha Brock, Henry Jenkins 

I eha Thomson, Alexander Frederick Roberts 

J eha Budworth, Charles Edward Dutton 

Farmar, William Cecil Russell 

Redfern, Peter Youngson, Jamaica 

26 Oldham, Frank Trevor 

Gordon, Neil Eraser, Ordnance Department, India 

8 Goldie, Adrian Hope 

Williams, Arthur Cecil, Instructor in Range Finding 

Hunt, Wm. Holdsworth, Adj. 1 Gloucester Volunteer' Art. with rank of Captain, 22 Feb. 97... 

ba Bishop, Charles Frederick 

wn Forbes, Arthur 

Woods, George Greville 

61 Coates, Reginald Carlyon 

wn Noott, Cuthbert Cecil 



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>8 June I 

>-7 July 
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7 Feb. 91 
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13 July 90 
7 Feb. 91 
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17 Feb. 91 
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83 17 Feb. 91 
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5 Feb. 97 
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178 



Lieutenants. 

Blanford, WilliamGeorge,Z»si. j 

in Range Finding, Halifax... ) 

mn Poole, Frederick Cuthbert 

A eha Simpsor.-Baikie, Hu^h A. D. 

84 Barnes, Henry Marshall 

88 Hardniari,. Reginald Stanley ... 

F eh a Dixon, George Frederic 

ea Craig-, Robert Annesley 

Bruce, John Elliot Lidderdule*~9... 
ea Pilkington, W. A. Cunningham 
M.v Craster, Bdm. Hen. Bertram 580 

J eha Hobson, John Alexander 

Stockley, Arthur Uniacke, Adju- ] 
tant 1 Monmouth Vol. Art. y 
with rank of Capt. 4 Nov. 95 J 

O eha Vallentin, Henry Edward 

mn Thomas, Henry Melville..., 

Duff, G. Graham Kayll, Ord.1 

Dept,., India j 

ee Sandars, Edward Carew. 

Eaton-Evans, Harry James, Adj. f 
5 Lancashire Vol. Art. with 'y 
rank of Captain, 15 July 95... j 

19 Dawson, Henry Finch 

so Sherer, James' Donnelly 

so t dkp. Quain, John 

15 Le Mottle, Reginald Edward A. 

Vereker, Charles Granville, Lt. ~\ 

of a Company of Gentlemen > 

Cadets. 3 Jan. 96 ) 

de Brett, xiarry Simonds 

7 Hay, James 

mn Orr, Charles William James 58 -... 
4 Nevinson, Tom St. Aubyn ( 

Barrett- Lennard 3 

Baker, Godfrey Hugh Massy, ) 
Adj. 9 Lancashire Vol. Art. [■ 
Kith rank of Capt. : July 95... J 

t Dep Ea Emery, William Basil 

N eha Gillman, vVebb 

Jacob, Walter Hy. B., Ord. Offr. \ 

4th Class, Cork, 1 Apr. 9'5 j 

Kane, Arthur Hyde, Instructor /_ 

in Gunnery, Cork ) 

Harington, Elliott Copeland 

24 Grove, Ernest Williams 

Ee Sausmarez, Cecil 

Chartres, Richard Carew 

70 Campbell, Gordon M'Clelland ... 

33 Marsden, Richard Travers 

Howorth, Henry Godfrey, Assist. ) 
In8p.ArmyOrd.Dept. 3 June q6 } 

mn Smith, Archibald George 

Burton, H irry C. H,, Singapore 

DepFd Bowring, Arthur Hautayne 

Fife, Robert Bainbridge, Adj.') 

1 Newcastle-on-Tyne Vol. Art. > 

with rank of Capt. 10 Feb. 96,) 

Aeha Bright, Reginald Arthur 

74 Lewis, Gerald 

wn Bushe, Charles Kendal 

21 Broome, Guy Saville Frederick 

O eha Aldridge, John Barttelot 

E eha Elwes, Walter Valentine J. C. 

Hepper, Lionel Lees 

Q eha Reel, Edward John Russell ... 
Reha Powell, E. Weyland Martin... 

56 James, John Edgcumbe 

En Cleghorn, Charles Angus 

2 db? so Tulloch, Donald Fiddes 

Kempson, John W. Mauritius ... 
51 Allen, William Jefl'eries Benett... 

do Alexander, Ernest Wright 

43 M'Gildowny, William 

O eha Sykes, Clement Arthur 

Gierke, Augustus Basil Holt 

87 Metcalfe, Sydney F'ortescue ... 
de Winton,R.S. jSatice Art. India 

23 Sheppard, Herbert Cecil 

28 Arderne, David Davies 

78 Cape, George Augustus Stewart 
mn Hewetson, Alexander William... 

F eha Gillson, Godfrey 

47 Hext, Lyonel John 

55 Kelly, Henry Edward Theodore... 

MN FitzRoy, P. FitzWm 

76 Wylde, Robert Darell 

mn Gray, Charles Lloyd Rashleigh 
Willis, Edward Henry, Queens- I 

land Permanent Artillery I 

Owen, Chas. Richd. Black'stone ... 

47 Curtis, Arthur William 580 

78 Ashworth, Leonard Temple 

Watson, John George MaiHand ... 

Scott , Archibald O' Connor, sero- \ 

ing with Lagos Constabulary ; 



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Iueutenants. 

H eha Greathed, Robert Napier 

so Ziegler, Charles Henry 

Hinton, Godfrey Bingham, Adj. , 
4 Durham Vol. Art., with rank j- 

of Capt., 12 July 97 J 

Probyn. Dighton Gordon, Adj.'' 

3 Middlesex Vol. Art. with ' 
rank of Captain 14 Jan. 97 ... 

Townsend,Sam. C. Chetwode, Mi 4th j 
Class Ord. Officer, Mauritius, > 

26 Feb. 97 ) 

Wynter, Francis Arthur 

C eha Staling, Charles 

63 Browell, William Basil 

I kea Talbot, Geo. Reginald FitzRoy 
Lewes, Price Kinnear, Instruc- \ 

tor in Gunnery, Malta J 

Paine, James Henry 

Waring, Richard, Ordnance^ 
Officer, \th Class, Mauritius, £■ 

4 J my y4 J 

62. Phillpotts, Louis Murray 

G eha Best, Philip George 

45 Manley, Willinm George Henry 
1 Parry, C. F. Pilkington 

22 Barlow, John Frederick 

27 Bayly, Abingdon Robert 

80 Parker, Lionel Lewis 

Drake, Henry Manning, Adj. 7 , 
Lancashire Volunteer Artil- I 
lery, with rank of Captain 15 f 

F'eb. 97J ) 

so Cochrane, Norman Denneys 

76 Mallock, Art. Maude Raymond 
mn O'Connor, Win, F'red. Travers 

C eha Smith, Lionel Abel 

Wilson, Charles Holmes 

mn Bullen, Stephen Darley 

Donovan, C. Creaghe,0/fg.^ Class ) 

Ord. Officer, India, 22 Jan. 96 j 

Gosselin, B., Adj. Clare Art.\ 

with rank of Capt. 1 Dec. 97 ; j 

T eha Ruck-Keene, Robert Francis 

Eady, Chas. Edward, Adjutant 1 

Glamorgan Art. Vols., with [■ 

rank of Captain, 10 May 96 J 

Osborn, L. L. Hatton, Adjutant 1 

4 Lancashire Volunteer Art. ,- 

with rank of Capt. 24 Nov. 97 ) 

Morris, Robert C. Ord. Dept. India 

Colter, Harry John, 5 ** Native 1 

Artillery, India J 

mn Crichton, Hew 

so Partridge, Richard Grenville ... 
wn Stevens-Nash, Chas. Geo.Edw.... 
wn Low, Charles Frederick Gemley 

so Haynes, Kenneth Edward 

Boulter, Douglas Ryleu, Ojfg. > 
4 Class Ord,. Officer, India ... $ 

mn Easton, Frederick Arthur 

Robinson , Stratford Watson 

io Delafbrce, Edwin F'rancis 

Bell, Maurice Douglas, Adj. 2 ) 
Middlesex Vol. Art. , with rank v 

of Capt., 25 Aug. 97 ) 

K eha De Pree. Hugo Douglas 

Madocks, Wm. R. Napier, Staff / 
Offr. Hew Zealand Def. Force) 

12 le Peliey, Edward Carey 

M unA Tudor, Henry Hugh 

47 Palmer, Cyril Eustace 

so Lowry, Hubert Leslie 

6 Kirwau, Bertram Richard 

wn Lyddon, William George 

U eha Livingstone - Learmouth, ) 

Lennox Christian .) 

Lawrence- Archer , James Henry 1 
Ojfg. ^ Class Ord Officer. India j 
Walker, Edward William May, ~i 

Native Artillery , India j 

Whitehead, E. L'Estrange 
Adjutant Jersey Art. Mil' 
with rank of Capt. 1 Oct. 97 
UNWilkinson, Arthur Ciement ... 

54 Boyce, Harry Augustus 

Line, Frederick Cecil, Ojfg. 4 

Class Ord. Officer, India ) 

ea Watts, Charles Donald Raynsford 
53 Perreau, Arthur Montagu 

23 Cottingham, Henry Langrishe ... 

42 Douglas, Sholto William 

71 Washington, Cecil F'rancis Geo... 

3 Holloway, William Octavius 

Neh a White, GeoffreyHerbt. Anthony 
87 Reade, Piercy Nevill Graham ... 
wn Hope, William Henry Webley ... 



14 Feb. 9c 
14 Feb. 90 

14 Feb. 90 



14 Feb. 90 



14 Feb. 90 



14 F'eb. 93 
14 Feb. 93 

14 Feb. 93 



14 Feb. 93 

14 Feb. 93 

14 Feb. 90 14 Feb. 93 

14 Feb. 90 14 Feb. 93 

ii Feb. 90)14 Feb. 93 

Feb. 9>-. 14 Feb. 93 

-., Feb. 90 14 Feb. g\ 

14 Feb. 90 14 Feb. 93 

14 Feb. qo ii Feb. 93 

:4 Feb. 93 
14 Feb. 93 
14 Feb. 93 
14 Feb. 93 
14 Feb. 93 
14 Feb. 93 
14 F'eb. 93 

14 Feb. 93 

14 Feb. 93 
14 Feb. 93 
14 Feb. 93 
14 Feb. 93 
14 Feb. 93 
14 Feb. 93 

14 Feb. 93 

14 Feb. 93 

o May 93 

10 May 93 



14 Feb. 90 
14 Feb. 90 
4 Feb. 90 
.4 Feb. 90 
14 Feb. 90 
14 Feb. 90 
14 Feb. 90 

4 Feb. 90 



14 Feb. 
14 Feb. 
14 Feb. 
14 Feb. 
14 F'eb. 
14 Feb. 



14 Feb. 90 

14 Feb. 90 
10 May 90 

10 May 90 



xnge,\ 
litia, > 
97 ■■) 



10 May 90 



4 July 

5 July 

25 July 
5 July 
25 Juiy 
25 July 
5 July 
5 July 

5 July 

5 July 

25 July 



25 July 90 

25 July 90 

25 July 90 

25 July 90 
5 Juiy 90 
25 July 90 
25 July 90 
25 July 9. 
25 July 90 

'.5 July 00 
25 July 90 

:5 July qo 



10 May 93 

4 July 93 

25 July 93 

25 July 93 
25 July 93 
25 July 93 

5 July 93 
5 July 93 

25 July 93 

25 July 93 

25 July 93 

July 93 

25 July 93 

25 July 93 

25 July 93 

25 July 93 
July 93 
25 July 93 
5 July 93 
25 July 93 
25 July 93 

25 July 93 
25 July 93 
25 July 93 



25 juiy 90 

25 July 
25 July 

25 July 
25 July 
25 July 
25 July 
25 July 
23 July 
25 July 
25 July 
25 July 
25 July 



25 J»iy 93 

25 July 93 
25 July 93 

25 July 93 

25 July 93 
25 July 93 
25 July 93 
25 July 93 
25 July 93 
25 July 93 
25 July 93 
25 July 93 
25 July 9 3 



179 



Hoy al Artillery. 



Lieutenants. - •-- : 
•7 Packard, Henry Norrington ... 

45 Henning. Philip Walter Beresl'ord 

49 Henderson, George James 

27 Stewart, Davison Bruce 

5 Biddulpk, Michael 

80 Riveuhill. CoUingwood 

14 Birch, Arthur Charles 

P eha Baillic, George 

5in Lowis. Penton Shakspeear.... 
6C Robertson, Charles Chetwode 

Bowen, H. Walt. Orel. Dept. Indiu 

ra Muspvatt- Williams, Re?. Lawford 

Henry, John, Indian Ord. Dept. 

us Moor, Hatherley George 

Bcjd. Alex. Chus. Ind. Ord. Dept. 

Oldjield, Arthur Radulphus', \ 

Assist. Insp.of Warlike Stores ) 

so Parker, Robert Hamilton 

ws Slator, George Francis 

irif Westerman, Joseph Francis 

wu Jebb, Sydney Gladwyn 

C bha Short, William Ambrose 

ea Bland-Hunt, Ernest S. de Vere 

ww Rumbold, William Edwin 

D rha Ramsden, Henry 

so Appleyard, George Orossley ... 

Smyth, George Abraham 

N BEi England, Raymond 

79 Montgomery, H.M. de Fellenberg 

24 Browne, Samuel Swinton 

so Christie, Lindsay Bruce Stark... 

-72 Plummer, Edmund Waller 

Donaldson, John William Edw. ) 
Native Mountain Art. India... j 

6 Mackenzie, Arthur M. Nutt 

so Hamilton, Robert Sydney 

giiha Behrens. Clive 

I kha Kay, William Heape 

w>' Mayne, Herbert Blair 

Manley, Reginald Harwood, ) 

Instructor in Range Finding J 

Tu-iss, F'ranci* Arthur, Na'ioe \ 

Mountain Artillery, In Ha ... ) 

Fergusson, Arthur Charles, ~) 

Native Mountain Art., India j 

dep.pd Overton, H.irt-y Rudall 

Cubitt, Thomas Astley 

ssi Palmer, Cecil Clias., St. Selena... 

K bha Dalby, John 

D eha Hankey, John CGiffard Alers 

U bha Stapylton, Granville J. C. ... 

Clark-Kennedy, Alex. William,} 

Indian Ord. Dept. 1 Apr. 97... j 

46 Bruce, Thomas 

Warren, Frank, Inst, in Range ) 

Finding, Mauritius j 

68 Hale, Edmund Thomas 

Halse, Stanley Clarence 

31 Bruce, Chas. Maurice Dundas... 
33 Mathew-Lannowe,G. R.Monckion 

48 Wbeatley, Philip 

17 Weinyss.Eobt.Edw.Fitzmayer.. 

Scott. Robt. Eellock, Ord. Officer, \ 

4ttiClass,Deoonport,26 Apr. 96 j 

11 Evans, Cuthbert 

50 Downes, Leo'iard Sawbridge .. 
Ward, II. Dudley Ossul*ton,~\ 

Extra Aide de Camp to the Gov. > 

of New Zealand, 10 June 97 ) 

Q rha Moukhouse, William Percival 

H bha Chariton, C.E. Chas. Graham 

Young, J. E. H., Ord.Dept., India 

TJ bha Carbutt, Edward Goddard ... 

Ea Haymes, Robert Leycester 

wif Merrick, George Charleton 

Anley. William Bower, Danger') 
Building Officer, Waltham [ 



I2ND LIEUT: 



- " LimjTBNANTS. 

B bha Hildyard, Harold C. Thoroton.L.. n 0V-9 , 
S bha Gosling, Seymour Frederick f , Dec' 91 



2NI> LIEUT. 1 

25 July ^oj25~July 93 
25 July 90 25 July- 93 D 

25 July 9325 July 93 ya Q s £ Atkinson, Ben . | 2 ]_, ec 

25 July 90I25 July- 93 
25 July 9025 July 93 
25 July 9oJ2s July 93! 
25 July 90 25 July 93 



3S Becke, Archibald Frank .... 



1 Jan. 9: 



July 90 

25 July 90 

23 July 90 

25 July 90 

1 Nov. 90 

1 Nov. 9c 

1 Nov. 90 

3 Feb. 91 

3 Feb. 91 

3 Feb. 01 
3 Feb. 91 
3 Feb. 91 



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Abbey, 7 Dec. 97 

4 Foster, Percival Lloyd 

Q kha Ashmore, Edward Bailey 

B BHAViucent, Berkeley 

so Myers. Alfred Edw Cecil 

Browning, Hanivorfh Stephens, 
Adj. W.Riding of York Vol. Art 
with rank of Capt., 24 July 97 
E bha Denuistoun, James George ... 

42 MacDougall, James Taylor 

ea Chrystie, John 

ea Manley, William Edward 

so Gordon, Alfred Ernest 

27 Evans, William 

Field. 

81 Devenish, Arthur Henry Noel ... 

65 Montgomery, Archibald Armar 

hep eha Hine-Haycock, Vaughan R. 

E bha Kincaid-Smith.Kenneth John 



25 July 93 
25 July 93 
25 July 93 
25 July 93 
li Nov. 93 
1 Nov. 93 
1 Nov. 93 
13 Feb. 94 

13 Feb. 94 

13 Feb. 94 
13 Feb. 94 
13 Feb. 94 



3 Feb. 91I13 Pel). 94 
3 Fob. 91U3 Feb. 94 
3 Feb. 91 13 Feb. 94 
3 Feb. qiui Feb. 04 
3 Feb. 91 13 Feb. 94 
3 Feb. 91I13 Feb. 94 
3 Feb. 91J13 Feb. 94 



13 Feb. 94 
13 Feb. 94 
13 Feb. 94 
13 Feb. 94 
13 Feb. 94 

13 Feb. 94 

13 Feb. 94 

13 Feb. 94 

3 Feb. 91I13 Feb. 94 

3 Feb. 91 13 Feb. 94 

3 Feb. 91 



3 Feb. 91 
3 Feb. 91 
3 Feb. 91 
3 Feb. 91 
3 Feb. 91 

3 Feb. 9: 

3 Feb. 91 
3 Feb. 91 



3 Feb. 91 
3 Feb. 91 
3 Feb. 91 

3 Feb. 91 
3 Feb. 91 
3 Feb. 01 
3 Feb. 91 
3 Feb. 91 
3 F'eb. 91 

3 Feb. 91 

3 Feb. 91 



13 Feo. 94 ! 
13 Feb. 94 

13 Feb. 94 

13 Feb. 94' 

13 Feb. 94 
13 Feb. 94 
13 Feb. 94 
13 Feb. 94 
13 Feb. 94 
13 Feb. 94' 

13 Feb. 94 

14 Feb. 94 1 
3 Feb. c j 1 ! 1 3 Feb. 94 

3 Feb. 91J13 Feb. 94 

3 Fob. 91 13 Feb. 94 
6 May 91 16 May 91 
6 May 91 16 May 94- 
6 May 91116 May 94! 
6 May 91,16 May 94 

b July 91 16 July 94J 

24 July 91 24 July 94J 
24 July 91 24 July 94 

24 July 91,24 July 94, 

24 July 91 24 July 94' 
24 July 91J24 July 94 

4 July 91J24 July 94 
4 July 91 24 July 94 

24 July 91I24 July 94 
24 July 9124 July 94 



24 July 91 
24 July 91 



24 July 94 
4 July 94 



24 July 91 24 July 94 
24 July 91 [24 July 94 
24 July 91:24 July 94 

24 July 91 24 July 94 

24 July 91 1 24 July 94 
24 July 91,24 July 



24 July 9 
24 July 91 
24 July 91 
24 July 91 

x Nov. 91 

4 Nov. 91 

20 Nov. 91 

23 Nov. 91 



24 July 94 
24 July 94 
24 July 94 
24 July 94 

1 Nov. 94, 
4 Nov. 94 
20 Nov. 94 
23 Nov. 94' 



S bha Jeffcoat, Hy. Jameson Powell 2? j an _ ( 
15 Lloyd, Horace (»iesler , 2 jp erj * Q2 

dep.hha Liveing, Charles Hawker... I2 Feh ' 92 

'1 kha Davsou, Hairy Miller ,, Feb ' v ' 

30 Tyrrell, Gerald Ernest 

70 Maule, Henry Noel St. John 

19 Spencer, Harrison 

H bha Wardrop, Alexander Ernest 
Rowcroft, Claude Harold 

L BHABriuges,Geo. Tom Molesworth 
62 Johnstone, James Henr3' Waller 

S eha Tilney, Norman Eccies 

39 Ellershaw, Wilfrid 

1 Byron, John 

L EHASwann, Clarence John Henry 

21 Garstin,HrnryEdward,J.X).C. • 

to the Gov. of Madras1U0v.cn ) 

35 OldSeld, Leopold Charles Loins 

Boyd, Stuart Ogitvy 

22 Luke, Thomas Mawe 

54 Mackenzie, Frederick William 

P nha Houstonn, Alexander 

FBSAWalshe Fred : rick Wm. Heury 

46 Foulkes, Henry Drury 22 July 92 

D bha Wilson, Herbert Stanley U 2 .lulv o\ 



12 Fet 
12 Feb. 92 
12 Feb. 92 
12 Feb. 92 
19 Feb. 9 
19 Feb. 9 
3 Mar. 92 
19 Mar. 92 
1 Apr. 9 
j Apr. 9 
1 Apr. 9 



1 Apr. Q2 

1 Apr. g 
1 Apr. 9 
4 May 92 
3 May 92 
13 May 9 
22 July 92 



29 Bond, Henry Hendley 
^7 2 de Berry, Philip Patrick Evelyn 
G eha Courage, Miles R. Ferguson 

A bha Ollivant, John Spencer 

16 Keywoitn, Robert Geoffrey 

M rha Wood, Charles Hastings 

■ii Seligman, Herbert Spencer 

39 Macnaghten, Ernest Brandon ... 
Rrha Lamont.JohnWilliamFrasere 

76 Buchanan, Bertram George 

52 Stanley, Hon. George Frederic. 
20 Fonsonby, Edw. Francis Talbot.. 

81 Stevenson, Edward Hall 

41 Harpur, Edmund Herbert 

44 Wynter, Hugh Talbot 

29 Newman, Edward Harding 

82 Davies, Walter Percy Lionel .. 
48 Thompson, William George 

40 Symon, Walter Conover 

14 Johnson, Ronald Marr 

7 Clarke, George Vernon 

51 Thorp, Austin 

75 Eden, William Rushbrooke 

3 Nutt, Arthur Charles Rothery .. 
57 Wilson, Lancelot Machell 

30 Hamilton, ClaudLoruCampbell.. 

77 Lascelles. Alfred 

73 Doyle, John Fras. Innes Hay .. 

41 Roberts, Charles Percy 

us Cairnes, James Elliot. 

19 Broughton.LeghHarley Delves.. 

18 Carey, Harold Eustace 

56 Drake, William Haccbe 

82 Stanton, Francis Henry Guy ... 

45 Clarke, Henry Calvert Stanley 

60 Ritchie, Gcarles Maclver 

77 Keane, Sir John. lit., A.D.C. to i 

Ld. Lieut, of Ireltindljmn. 97 Jl 

26 Atlay, Hu«h Wordsworth 

38 O'Malley, Charles Loughlin ... 

16 Mair, George Tagore 

86 Edwards, Arthur Clement 

34 Brooke, Edward Wm. Saurin ... 

Ho Seagram, Tom Ogle [i 

22 Stallard, Stacy Framptou 

60 Hawkes, Corlis St. L. Gillmau 
54 Cotton, Arthur Stedman 

Deane, Dennis 

71 Wigram, Clive : j 4 Oct 

63 Radcliffe, Percy PollexlendeB... 4 Oct. 93 

81 Mus grave, Arthur David 21 Oct. 93 

67 Pnipps, Hemy Ramsay a .i Oct. 93 

61 Arbuthnot, Alexander George. ..|2i Oct. 93 

2-. Koebel, Henry Arthur I21 Oct. 93 

60 Tyler, Francis Cameron {23001. 93 

1 Monr.resor, Louis Basset 4 Nov, 

77 Hope, Charles Dunbar ! 9D 



22 July 9: 
27 July 92 
10 Aug. 92 
1 UCt. 9 

10 Oct. 
17 Oct. 9 

17 Oct. 9 
9 Nov. 9: 
1 Jan. 93 

11 Jan. 9. 
16 Jan. 93 
16 Jan. 9j 

18 Jan. 93 
1 Feb. 91 
i Feb. 9; 
1 Feb. 93 
1 Feb. 93 

i6Peb. 93 
1 Mar. 93 
4 Mar. 93 
4 Mar. 93 
4 Mar. 9; 
4 Mat. 9. 

16 Mar. 93 
1 Apr. 9; 
1 Apr. 93 
1 Apr. 9' 
1 Apr. 9 
r Apr. 9 
1 Apr. 93 
6 Apr. 9 
6 Apr. 93 
1 May 9: 

;o May 93 
30 May 9", 
14 June <jt 

17 June 93 

26 June 93 
26 June 93 
30 Juue 93 

1 Aug. 93 

;i Aug. 9; 

Aug. 9 

1 1 Aug. 9. 

19 Aug. 9 

1 Sept. 9, 
14 Sept. 0; 



24 Nov. 94 

1 Dec. 94 

2 Dec. 94 
1 Jan. 95 

27 Jan. 95 
12 Feb. 95 
12 Feb. 95 
12 Feb. 95 
12 Feb. 95 
12 Feb. 95 
12 Feb. 95 
12 Feb. 95 
19 Feb. 95 
19 Feb. 95 

3 Mar. 95 
19 Mar. 95 

1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 



37 Wade, H.Amyas LeighHerschr 
5 Coode, Henry Penrose Rushtoi 

72 Forman, Arthur Baron 

34 Stobart, George Herbert 

62 Ellissen, Gustav Edmund 

59 Fair, Arthur Edward Balfour .. 

28 Birley, Richard Archibald 

36 Brown, K"ank Tatton 

15 Lewin, Henry Frederick Elliott 
49 Edwards, William Egerton 



6 Dec 
i Dec 
4 Mar. 94 
6 Mar. 9. 
6 Mar. 94 
'2 Mar. 94 
1 Apr. 94 
1 Apr. 9, 
1 Apr. 94 
1 Apr. 9 4 1 



1 Apr. 95 

1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
4 May 95 

13 May 95 
18 May 95 
22 July 95 
22 July 95 
22 July 95 
22 July 95 
.72 July 95 

10 Aug. 95 
1 Oct. 95 

17 Oct. 95 
17 Oct. 95 

17 Uct. 95 
9 Nov. 95 
: Jan. 95 

11 Jan. 96 

3 Jan. 96 
16 Jan. 96 

18 Jan. 96 
1 Feb. 96 
1 Feb. 96 
1 Feb. 96 
1 Feb. 9": 

16 Feb. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 

4 Mar. 96 
4 Mar. 96 

14 Mar. 96 
6 Mar. 96 
1 Apr. 96 
1 Apr. 96 
1 Apr. 96 
1 Apr. 96 
1 Apr. 06 
1 Apr. 96 
6 Apr. 96 
6 Apr. 96 
1 May 96 

30 May 96 
30 May 96 
14 June 96 
17 June 96 

26 June 96 
26 June 96 
30 June 96 
Aug. 96 
11 Aug. 90 
11 Aug. 96 
11 Aug. 96 
19 Aug. 96 
1 Sept. 96 
14 Sept.95 
4 Oct. 96 
4 Oct. 96 
21 Oct. 96 
21 Oct. 96 
2j Oct. 96 

21 Occ. 96 
:3 Oct. 96 
4 Nov. 96 
9 Dec. 96 

10 Dec. 95 
31 Dec. 96 
14 Mar. 97 
16 Mar. 97 
16 Mar. 97 

22 Mar. g 7 
1 Apr. 97 
1 Apr. 97 
1 Apr. g7 
1 Apr. 97 



Royal Artillery. 



180 



Lieutenants. 2Ndlikut. likui. 

25 Paley, Raymond Edward I i Apr. 941 1 Apr. q; 

43 Walthall, E. C. Walthall Delves 1 Apr. 94 1 1 Apr. 97 

20 Conolly, Edwr-rd Michael )i4 July 94J14 July 97 

2 FitzGerald, Mordaunt J. Fort.... 1 Sept.94 1 Sept. 97 
6t Gemmell, Win. Alex. Stewart ... 29 Sept.94'29 Sept. 97 
16 Grayson, Ambrose D. Holdrege 4 Oct. 94 1 

74 Dickson, Bertram 15 Nov. 94 

G-tirriiton 

sa Alderson, Samuel Frank 1 Nov. 91 

so Kennedy, Andiew Campbell 4 Nov. 91 

so Hammond, Harry Durham 
so Moore, Frank B. Hamilton 
ea Moorhouse, Harry Claude. 

w Innes, Hector Munro 

so Ollivant, Alfred Henry 

wn Corbett, Edwy Frank 

so Prit chard, Clive Gordon 



Oct. 97 



1 Nov. 94 
4 Nov. 94 



4 Nov. 91 4 Nov. 9+ 
4 Nov. 91 4 Nov. 94 
4 Nov. 91 1 4 Nov. 94 
16 Nov. 91 j' 6 Nov. 94 
23 Nov. 91 2 3 Nov. 94 
23 Nov. oi! 2 3 Nov. 9-1 ; 
23 Nov. 9i| 2 3 Nov. 94 
2 dip so Molesworth,Hrbt.Ell:combe|23 Nov. 9i ;2 3 Nov. 94 

XT ~v. 94 
v. 94 

wn Austin, John Gardiner 26 Nov. 91 20 Nov. 94; 

so Phipps, Charles Foskett, Adj. ~> I ., L„ -xr„„ i 

Fort Attack 1 Apr. 97 ......... j |3° Nw - 9' 3° Nov. 94 

xa Goading, Lancelot Newton 1 Jan. 92 1 Jan. 95! 

so Wyatt, Francis Ogilvy 1 Jan. 92J 1 Jan. 95! 

JiK Wheeler, Guy Dauvers 27 Jan. 92 27 Jan. 95! 

ea Nicholl, Douald Fitzftoy I12 Feb. 92112 Feb. 95 

ea MaekeDZie, George Biruie J12 Feb. 92 12 Feb. 95 

so Fivoeth, Charles John David 112 Feb. 92I12 Feb. 95 

ea Owen, Charles Harold Wells I12 Feb. 92U2 Feb. 95I 

so McCheane. Montagu Wm. Hileyjis Feb. 92,15 Feb. 95 

so Robinson, Henry '..'15 Feb. 92 Us Feb. 95 

ea Forinan, DouglasEvans (19 Feb. 92I19 Feb. 05 

so Sturroek, George Collej-more ... 3 Mar. 92' 3 Mar. 95 

hw Fowler, Willoaghby Jones 15 Mar.9i:|i5 Mar. 95 

so Lookhart, Robert Norman 116 Mar. 92J16 Mar. 95 

ea Corrie, George Gowan Wyatt ..J18 Mar. 92)18 Mar. 95 
ea Greene, Albeit James Roth well iq Mar. 92U9 Mar. 95 
Stiilpnagel, C. W.,tfgderabadCont.'2~ Mar. 92^23 Mar. 95 



Garrison. 

ea Ogg, Willinm Mortimer 

E/> Chevallier, Francis E. de C. ... 
so Svtebtenham, Win. Alex. W.... 

so Simpson, Arthur C. S. VV 

so Thatcher, Gerald Gaue 

ea Keyes, Alfred Jonn Hud'.eston 
ww liaidcastle, Edward Lewis 
so Rolland, Charles Edw.Tulloch 

wn Cast ens, William Ernest 

wn Odevaiue, Ferdinald James ... 
wn Saunders, Edw. Aldborough... 
WNDwyer.GToulminCunynghume 

Ei Jacob, Stephen Hector 

ea Blanford, Charles Edward 

ea Thompson, Aubrey Julian 

ea Stoddart, George 

ea Keddie, Herbert Wm. Graham 

w.t Crofton. Robert Beniamin 

mn Moore, William Henry 

so Trimnell.W. Dune. Conybeare 
wn Jacob, Art. Lawrancs Baldwin 

so Izat, Alexander Rennie 

so Cruickshank, Percy Hamilton 
wx Curteis, Cyril SamuelSackville 
its Kemble, William Edward 



2NDMEUT. 



1 Aug- 93 

15 Aug. 93 
17 Aug. 93 
11 Oct. 93 
14 Oct. 9 

4 Nov. 9^ 
23 Nov. 93 

16 Dec. 93 
21 Dec. 03 

1 Jan. 94 

1 Jan. 94 

1 Jan. 94 

1 Jan. 94 

1 Jan, 94 

4 Jan. 941 

26 Feb. 94^6 Feb. 97 
14 Mar. 94 14 Mar. 97 



1 Aug. 96 

15 Aug. 96 

17 Aug. 96 

11 Oct. 96 

14 Oct. 96 

4 Nov. 96 

23 Nov. 96 

:6 Dec. 96 

21 Dec. 96 

1 Jan. 97 

1 Jan. 97 

1 Jan. 97 

1 Jan. 97 

1 Jan. 97 

4 Jan. 97 



1 Apr. 94 
4 July 94 
14 July 94 
14 July 9. 



1 Apr. 97 
4 July 97 
14 July 97 
14 July 97 



14 July 94 14 July 97 
i= Nov. 941 15 Nov. 97 

Nov. 94U5 Nov. 97 

Nov. 94 



28 Mar. 92 
1 Apr. 92 
1 Apr. 92 
1 Apr. 92 
1 Apr. 92 
1 Apr. 92 
1 Apr. 92 
1 Apr. 92 



In ) 



wk Hiddell, Robert Buchanan.. 
wn Hanna, John Connor 

ea Wilkinson, Maurice Lean 

so Currie, Ivor Bertram Fendall .. 

wn Scott, Edward Baliol 

wn Westropp, Richard Gibbings . 
ws Nuttall, Charles Montague 

so Porcher, Alec Francis 

so Massie, John Harnon 

ea FitzGibbon, John Augustine .. 

ea Kelly. Courtenay Russell 

so Holbrooke, Philip Lancelot 

so de Bury. Henry Robert Visart... 
2 dep ea Collingwood, ClennellWni, 
Perceval, Philip, Instructor 
Range Finding, Dover 

EA Rickard, Frank Martyn 

so Brewiu, Bertram Robert 

sg Webb, Andrew Henry 

Godlray, H. C.We»ton,)MuaWtJui 

so Buzzard, Charles Norman 

Hanks. John James, Inst, in ) 
Mange Finding, Dover j 

ea Carey, Walter Louis John 

ea O'Kinealy, James 

mn Hood, Hon. Neville Albert 

ws M'Vittie, Robert Henry 

svn Carter, Gern id Edward 

ea Loning, William 

ea Edgar John Stewart. 

Ewart, C. Nicholson, Sierra Leone 

so Howard-Vyse, Cecil 19 Jan. 93 

Hoye, Graham A., Native Art. India 29 Jan. 93 

Ea Waters, Edmond Egerton Nash 1 Feb. 9- 

so Fisher, Charles Alexander 1 Feb.' 93 

so Galwey, Reginald Hugh 24 Feb. 9^ 

wn Tyrrell, John Frederick 13 Mar. 93 



28 Mar. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 9= 
1 Apr. 95 
1 Apr. 95 
Apr. 95 



Meares, Hugh Poynder, Inst. ) 

in Range Finding, Malta ...) 

EA Locke, Brian Johu Michael ... 

wn Goodwin, Robert Hamilton ... 

ea Brierley, Geoffrey Teale 

ea Sargeaunt, Herbert Gaussen... 
so Hart, Henry Travers 



Playfair, Cnas. Murray, Imt. \ 
in Range Finding, Bermuda ) 



wn Armitage, William Thompson 

so Nugent, G. Roubiliac Hodges 
Wit Kough, Thomas Masgregor 

so Keogh, John Henry ,, 

wn Riddell, Edwd. Vausittart Dick 

Suther, Percival, Inst, in > 

Range Finding, St. Lucia ... J 

ea Wilkins, George Hubert Carey 

ea Hollinshead.Hy.NevilleBrock 

so Taylor, A.J. S 1 21 June 93 28 June 96 

ea Kettlewell.Archbld.Middleton 28 June 93,28 June 9c 



1 May 92 1 1 May 95 

13 May 92)13 May 95 
18 May 92: iS May 95, 
25 May 92 25 May 95 

4 July C2| 4 July 95 
22 July 92 ( 22 July 95; 

22 July 92 27 July 95 

27 July 92 27 July 95 
27 July 9227 July 951 
10 Aug. 92 10 Aug. 951 

10 Aug. 92 10 Aug. 95 J 
15 Aug. 92 15 Aug. 95 

23 Aug. 92 23 Aug. 95 I 

14 Sept.g2|i4 Sept.951 

11 Oct. 92,11 Oct. 95; 1 
30 Oct. 9230 Oct. 95 I 

9 Dec. 92J 9 Dec. 95 1 [ 

14 Dec. 92114 Dec. 95! 

21 Dec. 02J21 Dec. 95I 

2o Dec. 92^20 Dec. 951 

o Jan. 93 10 Jan. 96: 

19 Jan. 96! ! 

29 Jan. 961' I 

: Feb. 90! ! 

1 Feb. 961 j 

24 Feb. 96 

13 Mar. 961} 



Second Lieutenants. 
Ea Blount, George Percy Cosmo 

85 Barnes, Christopher Chevalier 

ea Finch, George Forbes Carpenter 

so Lloyd-Thomas, Thomas Carrington... 

84 Wheeler, Edgar Lockyer 

so Ravenhill, Harold William 

so Grose, James 

55 Ingham, Charles St. Maur 

43 Peck, Henry Richardson 

ea Mulliken, Charles Francis Larkin 

so Cameron, Robert Bruce Macleod 

59 Griffith, Rupert Henn 

wn Beer, Vernon Lemuel 

2 Russell, Harry Thompson 

wn Dudley, George de Somen 

65 Wainewright, Arthur Reginald 

33 Smith, Henry Broke 

68 Miller, Hugh de Burgh 

56 Foster, Wilfrid Lionel 

31 Balfour, Colin Decison 

67 Weber, William Herman Frank 

3S Scott, Charles Walker 

so Davidson, Edmund 

wn Rambaut, Bertrand Romney Robinson 

35 Barton, Patterson 

55 Winter, Ormonde de l'Epee 

13 Wilson, Francis Adrian 

70 Livingstone-Leaimonth, Francis L. C, 

so Van aer Kiste, Freegift William 

ea Normand, Samuel Richard 

86 Gray, Norman M'Nei 11 

=0 Walker, Walter Blennerhassett 



15. Nov. 97 
2nd LIEUT . 



1 Feb. 93 

30 Mar. 93 
1 Apr. 93 
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1 Apr. 93 
1 Apr. 93 

6 Apr. 93 

1 May 93 

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6 May 93 
13 May 93 
30 May 93 

16 June 93 

24 June 93 24 June 96 

27 June 93 27 June 96 



17 Mar. 96 

30 Mar. 96 
1 Apr. 96 
1 Apr. 96 
1 Apr. 
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6 Apr. 

: May 91 

1 May 9c 

6 May gi 

13 May 96 

30 May 96 

16 June 



17 inov. 94 
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17 Nov. 94 
17 Not. 94 
17 Nov. 94 
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17 Nov. 94 
17 Nov. 94 
17 Nov. 94 
17 Nov. 94 
17 Nov. 94 
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1 7 No v. 94 
1 7 Nov. 94 
17 Nov. 94 
17 Nov. 94 
1 7 Nov. 94 
17 Nov. 94 
17 Nov. 94 
17 Nov. 94 
17 Nov. 94 
17 Nov. 94 
17 Nov. 94 
17 Nov. 94 
17 Nov. 94 
17 Nov. 94 
17 Nov. 94 
17 Nov. 94 

ea Stanbrough, Leonard Ken3 r on I17 Nov. 94 

ea Castle, Reginald Wingfleid 17 Nov. 94 

so Lennox. George Montagu 17 Nov. 94 

12 Dec. 94 
12 Dec. 94 
15 June 95 
15 June 95 
15 June 95 
15 June 95 
!5 June 95 
15 June 95 
15 June 95 
15 June 95 
15 June 95 
15 June 95 
15 June 95 
15 June 95 
15 June 95 
1 5 June 95 
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15 Junegs 
15 June 95 
15 June 95 
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15 June 95 
15 June 95 
15 June 95 
15 June 95 
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15 J une 95 
15 June 95 
15 June 95 
15 June 95 
9 July 95 
19 July 95 
26 Sept.95 



79 Dyson, Louis Morgan 

78 Archdale, Theodore Montgomery 

83 Newcome, Henry William 

3 Newman, Charles Richard , 

69 Murch, Denis Jerom 

53 Higgins. John Frederick Andrews 

•74 Birch, Edward Massy 

32 Despard, Wilfred Holmes Croasdaile .. 

so Pike, S3"dney Royston 

so Barton, Richard Lionel 

so Gardiner, Herbert William 

wn Disney-Roebuck, Algernon Wyndham.. 
12 Butler, George Lewis 

75 Begbie, Alfred Richard Glynn 

76 Kirke, Kenneth St. George 

19 Collen, Edwin Henry Ethelbert 

58 Bethell, Alfred Bryan 

ea Kemble, Francis Arthur 

86 Hill, Roderick Ticked 

ea Bayley, Lionel Seton 

wn Richey, Frederick William 

20 Bayley, George Henry Wyndharn 

83 Blois, Dudley George 

so Robinson, John Armstrong Purefoy 

so Dawson-Scott, Geoffrey Nicholl 

wn Alexander, William Dallas 

so Russel, Alexander Carter 

85 Rudkin, William Charles Eric 

26 Maidlow, John Southern 

Ker. Charles Arthur 

69 Belcher, Harold Thomas 

88 West, George Evelyn John Annesley ... 

66 Schreiber, Clare Basil 

so Wilkes, George Sidney 



i8i 



Tioyal Artillery. 



Second Lieutenants. 
52 Game, Philip Wooloott 

6 Buzzard. Frank Anstie 

88 Street. Harold Edward 

ii Bird, Max Hermann Clarence 

ea MacFarlan, John Buchanan 

ea Hinde, Alan 

so Hearn, Hugh Shuckburgh 

69 Gosset, Francis William 

51 Bolster, George Emil 

ea Clapton, Gilbert Falkingham 

64 Culthrop, Everard Ferguson 

37 Smith, Harry Reginald Walter Marriott 

8 Howell, Geoffrey Llewellyn Hinds 

67 Du Port, OsmoDd Oharteris 

so Greene, Alleyn Charles Rothwell 

63 MacDougall. John Patrick 

w» Clapham, Douglas 

pa Trittou, Oswald 

ea Stevenson, Kenlis Langley 

n Gordon, George Hamilton 

30 Pattisson, John Howell 

so Harrison, Charles ingleby 

sS^Chamier, Edwin Harold St. Leger 

so Hall, Francis 

36 Thackeray, Charles Bouverie 

ea Climo, Percy Hill , 

46 Goldie, Mark Leigh 

so Fox, Arthur Maxwell 

wn Riach, George Hamilton 

so Holland, Charles Stewart 

so Vandelenr, Henry Martley 

49 Bell, William Cory Heward 

so Hutchison, Kenneth Douglas 

66 Gryils, John Bere 

zi P.amsden', Kiehard Elmslie 

32 Logan, Francis Douglas 

ea Russell. Richard Tyler 

4 Jones, Eustace Henry 

64 Goodson, Frank 

so Wigbton. Edward 

29 Bignell, Bertram Harold 

53 Hughes, Walter Hastings Frederic 

so Bonrchier, Rodney Lewis 

23 Ward, Harry 

bo Thomas, Chas. Samuel Williamson 

ea Seton, Alexander Maxwell 

so Lewis, Philip Edward 

13 Furnivall, Willoughby 

ea Rickard, George Henry 

79 Allcard, Herbert 

w Colvile, Arthur Montagu 

ea Lough, Arthur Tobin 

so Cock, Hubert Chas. Langslow 

55 Hope, John William 

■wif Tighe, Edward Valentine 

so M'Ghee, Arthur Sydney Ponsonby 

so Farquhar, James 

wn Beasley, James Henry Mountifort 

so Hudson, Arthur Ross 

31 Stirling, William 

48 Mackey, Hugh James Alexander 

so Sedgwick, Francis Roger 

WS Henvey, Ralph 

44 Barry, Francis Melvil Otter- 

so Atkinson. Francis Darner 

17 Pringle, Hail Grant 

40 Kinsman, Gerald Richard Vivian 

m Creswell, Edmund Fraser 

■wn Harington, Hugh Win. Montgomery .. 

so Tovey, George Strangways 

so Evans, Charles Lewis 

52 Gilpin, Bradney Bernard 

so Head, Arthur Edward Maxwell 

so Cobb, Ivor Staveley 

so Deshon, Frederick George Tower 

50 Greig, Hugh Irwin 

ws Jones, John Henry Hill 

82 Fulton, John Duncan Bertie 

so Pollard-Lowsley, lnglis de Lisle 

so Paterson, Philip Joseph 

5 Brancker, William Sefton 

85 Livingstone-Learmonth, John Eric C. 

ea Spalding, William Burrington 1 2 

so Wynne, Henry Ernest Singleton.. 

87 Burne, Edward Robert I2 

12 Kirke, Waller Mervyn St. George 

wn Hogg, Rudolph Edward Trower 2 

so Sanders, William Urpen Skottowe 



. 1.1 kui' 



2 Nov. 95 
2 Nov. 95 
2 Nov. 95 
i Nov. 95 
: Nov. 95 
; Nov. 95 
> Nov. 95 
! Nov. 95 
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! Nov. 95 
2 Nov. 95 
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2 Nov. 95 
2 Nov. 95 
2 Nov. 95 
2 Nov. 95 
2 Nov. 95 
2 Nov. g i 
2 Nov. 95 
2 Nov. 95 
2 Nov. 95 
2 Nov. 95 
2 Nov. 95 
2 Nov. 95 
6 Jan. 96 
6 Jan. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. q6 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
: Mar. 90 
t Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
1 Mar. 96 
4 July 96 
4 July 96 
1 Sept.96 
• Sept.96 
1 Sept.96 
1 Sept.96 
1 Sept.96 
1 Sept.96 
1 Sept.96 
1 Sept.96 



2HOLIMIX. 

21 Sept.96 
2 1 Sept.96 

21 Sept. 16 
21 Sept.90 
21 Sept.96 
21 Sept.96 
21 Sept.96 



Second Lieutenants. 

so Haig, Alan Gordon 

wn Carr, Harrie Gardiner 

;so Johnston, Hugh Bertie Henriques . 

so Campbell, Keith Gordon 

wn Jamieson, Gerald Alister 

2 Tailyour, George Hercules Forster. 

so Dooner, John Graham 

wn Hill, Henry War-burton 121 Sept.96. 

ea Buchanan-Dunlop, C.^Hn Napier 21 Sept.96 

so Gayer, Hugh Walters 21 Sept.96 

wn Elliot. Edward Halhed Hugh 21 Sept.96 

wn Campbell, Archibald Neil 21 SeDt.96 

so Hill, Rowley Richard 21 Sept.96 

so Mitchell. Arthur 21 Sept.96 

ea Julian, Charles John J21 Sept.96. 

ea Russell, Bertrand Joseph I21 Sept.96 

so Roberts. John Bradley 21 Sept.96 

so Clark, William Ellis 21 Sept. 96- 

wn Close, Hugh Marston 21 Sept.96 

ea Sitwell. Normen Sisson Hurt 21 Sept.96 

so Steuhouse, James Llewellyn 21 Sept.96 

so Ca.ntlie, William Henry Northcote 25 Sept.96 

wn Riccard, John Stanley ji6Jan. 97 

44 Phillips. Edward Hawtin 16 Jan. 97 

so Smith, Etienne de Herriez 23 Mar. 97 

Ledwich, William Henrv 23 Mar. 97 

ea Hardinge, Thomas Sheffield Newcome 23 Mar. 97 
14 Gethin, Richard Waher St. Lawrance 2 3 Mur. 97 

50 Stopford, Heneage Frank 23 Mar.97 

so Price, Owen Lloyd 23 Mar. 97 

ea Kennaway, Charles Noel 23 Mar. 97 

so Niven, Oswald Carmichnel 23 Mar. 97 

so Smith-Rewse, Hy. Bingham Whistler 23 Vlar. 97 

wn Crozier, Cecil Darley 23 Mar. 97 

ea Harvey, William Ke'rle 23 Mar. 97 

so Dreyer. John Tnthill 23 Mar. 97 

50 Bartholomew, William Henry 23 Mar. 97 

wn Oruiekshank, Harold St. John 23 Mar. 97 

so Rainsford-Hannay, Frederick 23 Mar. 97 

wn Allanson, Cecil John Lyons 23 Mar. 97 

wn Gill, Douglas Howard 23 Mar. 97 

wn Peckham, Richard Harry 23 Mar. 97 

wn Warburton, William Melvill 23 Mar. 97 

ea Hayes-Sadler, James 23 Mar. 97 

wn Hartland-Mahon, Marcus Cbas. James 23 Mar. 97 
so Mundy, Harcourt Antrobus Lindsay... 23 Mar. 97 

so Campbell, Norman St. Clair 23 Mar. 97 

so Willis, Sherlock George Ramsay 23 Mar. 97 

57 Wyatt, George Nevile 23 Mar - 97 

ea Angus, John Neill 23 Mar. 97 

so M'Donell. Maurice Leister 23 Mar. 97 

so Jones, William Price Sutton 1 Apr. 97 

so Spender, Wilfrid Bliss f 8 June 97 

wn Orr, Frederick Thomas 18 June 97 

ea Eawcus, Hugh 18 June97 

ea Rocbfort-Boyd, Henry Charles 1 Sept.97 

so Hart, Eric George t Sept.97 

ea Gotf, Lionel Trevor 1 Sept.97 

ea Ogilvie, Gordon 1 Sept.97 

so Stanlev, Frederick 1 SeiJt.97 

18 Furse,*Edmund William 1 Sept.97 

Cowie, David Gordon 1 Sept.97 

so Forsyth, James Archibald Charteris ... 1 Sept.97 

so Ellington, Edward Leonard 1 Sept.97 

so Nevill, Hugh Lewis 1 Sept.97 

so Hay-Coghlun, Percy Hay 1 Sept, 97 

wn Wakefield, Thomas Montague 1 Sept.97 

wn Jones, Richard Percy 1 Sept.97 

so Moberly, All red Joseph 1 Sept.97 

wn Cummins, Ian Ashley Marshman 1 Sept.97 

39 Twiaale, Wibiam Cecil Erasmus 1 Sept.97 

so Shewell, Eden Francis 1 Sept.97 

wn Hawksley, John Plunkett Verney 1 Sept.97 

so de Smidt, Erroll Mervyn t Sept.97 

wn Meyricke, Rupert John Chabert 1 Sept.97 

wn Bedwell, Edward Parker 1 Sept.97 

wn Byrne, Percy Edward 1 Sept.97 

wn Paxton, Harold William 1 Sept. 97 

Dalyell, Charles William Parry 1 Sept.97 

wu Spiller, Duncan Wilfred Lambart 1 Sept. 97 

wn Courtney. Frederick Harold 15 Sept.97 

so Browne, Edmond Waller 22 Oct. 97 

so Finlay, Robert Fiancis 22 Oct;. 97 

ea Thompson, Arthur Howard Symes ... 22 Oct. 97 

ea Bone, Foster Allan Frederic 22 Oct. 97 

so Webb, George Theodotius Wynne 22 Oct. 97 

so Jameson, William Kenneth Eustace ...22 Oct. 97 



Boi/al Artillery. 



Deputy Adjutant Kkkkhil. 
p.s.c. Major General W. F. II. Hutchinson, i Aug 

Assistant Adjutant General. 
Colonel A. E. Turner, CB. 2 Apr. 94 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General. 
p.s.c. Major P. G. Stone, 1 Sept. qj. 



97- 



Riding Masters. 
e.h.a. Draper, Frederick, Umballa... 

ID Stevens, John, Woolwich 

FD Wilken, John, Siding Est. Wool- ) 
wich (Hon. Major, 16 Aug. 97) ... j 

e.h.a. Simpson, Robert, Meerut 

fd Bevington, John, Colchester 

Nicholas, John, MVO. Sttpt. ) 
Royal Hews, Buckingham Palace i 

fd Truster, James, Bangalore 

fd Thorne, William James, Hilsea... 

e.h.a. BTOgan, Thos. Hy. Kirkee 

e.h.a. Carnaghan, Jolm, 5S5 Aldershot 
ee M'Combie, Alex. Win. Woolwich 
FD Leai'mont, John (Depot) Woolwich 
fd Fleming, Frederick, Rascal Pindi 

FD Clarke, Tom, Lueknow 

FD Aherne, Denis, Secunderabad 

fd Hay ward, George William, New-\ 

castle-on-Tyne ) 

fd Parr, John Frederick 

Kirkbride, Thomas Wareup 



Quarter Masters. 

Ward, Thomas, Ipswich 

Murdoch, RobertHamilton, ffr'.:." 
Major 15 June 07. Assist. Supdt. > 

R. A. Records, Woolwich ) 

so Cook, George, 566 Portsmouth 

e.h.a. Paton, William, 48 " Aldershot... 

Firth, Samuel, 588 Scarboro' 

lis Wishart, Richard Jas., Woolwich 

Edwards, James, Limerick City \ 

Art. S. Dioition, 21 May 87 ... i 

SA Cooper, Thos. Francis, Gibraltar. 



EG. MR. AND 
HON. r.T. 



t Apr. 75 
24 Jan. 80 

19 June 80 

31 Dec. 81 
10 June 85 

15 Aug. S3 

24 Nov. 
5 May 

.4 Sept. 89 

20 Feb. 92 

5 Apr. 93 
17 Jan. Q4 

3 Feb. 94 

6 Mar. 95 
10 Apr. 97 

16 June 97 

9 Oct. 97 

25 Dec. 97 



QR.MR.AND 
HON. LT. 



26 June 72 
19 Feb. 73 

27 May 82 
27 May 82 

1 Apr. 84 
6 Aug. 84 



HON. 

CAPTAI> 



i Apr. 
24 Jan. 

June 

31 Dec. 
10 June 



26 Jane 
1 Mar. 

27 May 
27 May 

1 Apr. 
6 Aug. 



82 



Quarter Masters. 
Small, Alex. Wicklow Art. S.')\ 

Div. 20 July87 S 

TTsmar, George Allej'ne, Edin- ) 

burgh Artillery, 23 Nov. 94 ... ) 

M'Cafferty, Charles, Cork Art. ) 

8 Mar. 95 S 

Anderson, William, Enuis 

Murray, Edward Jas., Arygll 1 

and Bute Art. S. Dio } 

so Perry, Wm. Change, Cork 

Dickens, John, Londonderry 

EA Lawrence, William, Sheerness ... 
Stevens, Thomas, School of} 

Gunnery, Shoeburyness ) 

Seager, William, Northumber- 1 

land Art. W. Dio. 11 Nov. 91 i 

so Whitley, William Thos. Malta... 

wn Coombes, Samuel, Devonport ... 

R.H.A. Richardson, Fredk. Woolwich 

Stephens, William, Cardigan \ 

Art. Aberystwith j 

Williams, Thomas, Carmarthen 1 

Art. Carmarthen i 

Cox, John, 590 Seuforth 

Murray, John, Dunbar 

Daw^n, Joseph Teinperle3 r , ) 

Art. College, Woolwich ) 

WN Clements, John Sam. Plymouth 
Scott, John, Depot Field, Wool- ) 

wick j 

Joy, James, Kent Art. 26 Feb. gi 

so Mason, George, Gosport 

Gee, Albert tien\amm. Durham ) 

Art. Sunderland j 

Smith, Henry, Antrim Art. > 

Carrickfergus S 

Cockaday, George Leonard, ) 

Norfolk Art. Great Yarmouth j 

Vincent, Harry, Halifax, 2V.S... 

Woods,Robert|Job.D., lnsp. Gen. '1 

of Ordnance Dept. War Office ) 

Wager.Euclid Brookes, Donegal 1 

Artillery, Leiterkenny $ 



QR.MR.AlTD HON. 

HOK.H. | CAPTAIN. 

20 July 87 1 



26 Sept. 83 

4 Dec. 89 

30 Apr. 90 

18 June 90 

6 Dec. 90 
6 Dec. 90 
25 July 9L 

25 July 91 

11 Nov. 91 

20 Feb. 92 
20 Feb. 92 
9 Mar. 92 

6 Apr. 92 

6 Apr. 92 

18 May 92 
15 Oct. 92 

13 June 94 

22 Dec. 94 

1 3 Feb. 96 

26 Feb. 96 
1 July 96 

7 July 96 

4 Nov. 96 

4 Nov. 96 

20 Jan. 97 

3 Mar. 97 

q Oct. 97 



21 May 87 21 May 07 

* ' J ■' Riding Establishment. 

11 June 87 11 June 97 Captain. — J. Hanw-ell. 

\\ Lieutenant*.— W. Thwaites and J. E. Cairnes. 
Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 



Royal Malta Artillery. 

The Royal Cypher and a Maltese Cross. "Egtpt, 1882." 

Honorary Colonel.— Field Marshal H.R.H. George W. F. C. Dukeof Cambridge, 1 KG. KT. EP. GCB. GCSI 

GCMG. GCIE. GCVO. Hon .Colonel in Chief to the Forces, 22 May 95. 
Lt. Colonel. — 'Paolo Bernard, 17 Feb. 97. 



Majc 



*Rinaldo BrifTa, 4 Nov. 96. 
*All'red Vella, 8 17 Feb. 97. 



•Antonio Ga.t.t, 14 Feb. 91. 
'Alexander Mattei, 3 12 Oct. 92. 
•Alfred Trapani, 3 1 Apr. 96. 

•William Savona, 12 Oct. 92. 
•Edward Savona, 1 Apr. 96. 
* Henry Alexander Balbi, 1 Apr. 96. 
*George Dallas Enriquez, 12 Aug. 96. 
♦Louis Monreal, 12 Aug. 90. 

Lieutenants. 
*Arthur Vella, 16 Nov. 95. Victor Charles Micallef, 11 Aug. 97. 

*Charles Albert Denaro, 11 Aug. 97. John Salomone, 11 Aug. 97. 

Oswald Marianus Carbonaro, nAug. 97. Hugh Sainmut, 11 Aug. 97. 

Joseph Maiy Otho De Domenico, 11 Aug. 97. | 



Captains. 

I *Joseph Francis Bernard, 4 Nov. 

127 Mar. 37). 
♦Walter Dunbar Vella, 11 Aug. 97. 
♦Alfred William Ganado, 11 Aug. 97. 



(Adjulani 



Second Lieutenants. 



Edward Henry Reynaud, 6 Jan. 97. 



Hugh Pius Bellanti, 6 Jan. 97. 



Adjutant. — *Captain J. F. Bernard, 27 Mar. 97. 

Quarter Master. — "Nicola Vassallo, 14 Aug. 95 ; Hon. Lieut. 

Medical Officers. — *Surgeon Major Lorenzo Manche, MD. 27 Feb. 73. 

• Surgeon Captain Alfred Mifsud, FRCS.Ed. 1 Apr. 97. 
Hon. Chaplain. — Rev. Canon P. Muscat, 19 Aug. 96. 

Blue — Facings Scarlet. 

1 The Duke of Cambridge. — For War Services, see Royal Artillery, note 1. 

3 Majors Mattei and A. Trapani served in the Egyptian' war of 1882 (Medal, and Khedive's Star) . . , 

8 Captain Vella served in tbe Soudan campaign in 1885 as Transport Officer (Medal with Clasp, and Khedwe 
Star). 



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Royal Artillery. 
ROYAL REGIMENT OP ARTILLERY. 



185 



Horse Artillery. 



Staff at Home. 
Lieutenant Colonels. 
F. J. W. Eustace, Alder- 
shot. 
W. L. Davidson, "Woolwich 
W.G.Knox, C£. Newbridge. 
E. B. Coke, Ipswich. 
Riding Masters. 
Lieut. J. Caroaghan 
Aldershot. 

Quarter Master. 
Capt. W. Paton, Aldershot. 

Staff in India. 
Lieutenant Colonels. 
J. Leach, Secunderabad. 
C. C. Rich, Umballa. 
J. Hotharn, Bangalore. 
A. N. Rochfort. Meerut. 
W. H. Suart, Kirkee. 

Adjutants. 
Captain A. B. Scott, Meerut. 
Captain H. M. Campbell, 

Secunderabad. 
Capt. A. D. Young, Kirkee. 

Hiding Masters. 

Captain F. Draper, Umballa. 

Lieut. T. H. Brogan, Kirkee. 

Capt. R. Simpson, Meerut. 

A Battery, Rawul Pindee. 

Mujor.—'E. A. Burrows. 
Captain. — S. D. Browne. 
Lieuts. — H. A. D. Simpson- 
Baikie. 

R. A. Bright. 

J. S. Ollivant, 

B Battery, Lucknow. 
Major. — J. A. Coxhead. 
Captain.— R. St. C. Lecky. 
Lieuts.— V. T. C. Herbert. 

B. Yincent. 

H. C. J. Hiluyard. 



G Bittery, Meerut. 

Major.— E. Gunner. 

' Captain.— C. T. Caulfeild. 

Lieuts.— C. Stirling. 

W. A. Short. 

L. A.Smith. 

D Battery, Woolwich. 
Major.— E C. F. Holland. 
' Captain. — p.s.c. Bt. Major G. 

E. Benson. 
Lieuts. — H. Ramsden. 
J. C. G. A. Hankey. 
H. S. Wilson. 

E Battery, Aldershot. 
! Major. — E. A. Lanihait. 
1 Capt.—V. F. W. A. Paget. 
Lieuts.— W. Y. J. C. Elwes. 
.r. G. Denmstoun. 
K. J. K. Smith. 

F Battery, Peshawur. 
Major— F. L. Cunliffe. 
Capt. — A.S.Tyndale-Biscoe. 
Lieuts.— G. F. Dixon. 

G. Gillson. 

T. W. H. Walshe 

G Battery, St. John's Wood. 
Major. — R. B. Allason. 
Capt. — H. L. A. Jenkinson. 
Lieuts.— P. G. Best. 

C. Behrens. 

M. R. F. Courage. 

H Battery, Umballa. 
i Major. — Tj.s.c.J.W.Hawkins. 
Captain. — 1£. Galley. 
Lieuts. — R. N. Greathed. 

C. E. C. G. Charlton. 

A. E. Wardrop. 

1 Battery, Mhow. 
I Major. — C. A. Anderson. 
Captain— R. M. Rodwell. 
\ Lieuts.— A. F. R. Thomson. 

G. R. FitzR. Talbot, 
i W. H. Kay. 



J Battery, Bangalore. 

Major. — J. M. S. bruncker. 

Captain. — -A. C. Connal. 

Lieuts.-C. E. D. Budworth. 

G. N. Cartwright. 

J. A. Hobson. 

K Battery. Peshawur. 
Major. — R. M. Crol'ton. 
I Captain.— C. H. S. Vores. 
Lieuts. — E. S. Nairne. 
H. D. De free. 
J. Dalby. 

L Battery, Kirkee. 
Major.— A. H. Hewat. 
Captain. — A. H. Hussey. 
Lieuts. — T. S. Hichens. 

E. T. M. Bridges. 

C. J. H. Swann. 

M Battery, Woolwich. 
Major.-W. A. Plant. 
Captain.— J. B. H. Askwith. 
Lieuts.— G. A. FitzGerald. 
H.J. Brock. 
H. K. Tudor. 

N Battery, Meerut. 
Major. — J. W. Dunlop. 
Captain. — S. Beltield. 
Lieuts. — W. Gillman. 

G. H. A. White. 

R. England. 

Battery, Aldershot. 
Major— A.. H. C. Phillpotts 
Captains. — J. H. V. Crowe. 
Lieuts. — H. E. Vallencin. 

J. B. Aldridge. 

C. A. Sykes. 

P Battery, Ipswich. 
Major. — Sir G. V. Thomas, 

Bart. 
Captain.— A. D'A. KiDg. 
Lieuts. — G. Baillie. 

B. Atkinson. 

A. Houstoun. 



Q Battery, Newbridge. 
Major. — E. Vaughan- 

Hughes. 
Captain. — S. E. G. Lawless. 
Lieuts.— W. P. Monkhouse. 

E. J. R. Peel. 

E. B. Ashmore. 

R Battery. Woolwich 

Major. — W. Burton. 

i Captain.— (i. W. Biddulph. 

Lieuts.— R. A. C. Wellesley. 

E. W. M. Powell. 

J. W. F. Lamont. 

S Battery. Trimulgherry. 
Major. — J. L. Keir. 
Captain.— B. F. Drake. 
Lieuts. — H. J. P. Jeffcoat. 
S. F. Gosling. 
N. E. Tilncy. 
T Battery, Aldershot. 
Major. — E. S. May. 
Captain. — H. S. Home. 
Lieuts.— E. S. E.W.Russell. 
H. M. Davson. 
R. F. Ruck-Keene. 
U Battery, Newbridge. 
Major. — C. E. Maberiy, 
Captain— F. D. V. Wing. 
Lieuts. — L. C. Livingstone- 
Learmonth. 
G. J. C. Stapylton. 
H. G. Car butt. 

DEPOT. 

Woolwich. 
Riding Master. — Lieut. A.W. 

McComhie. 
Qr. Master. — Lieut. F. BSch- 

ardson. 

Major.— J. W. Stirling. 
Captain.— P. H. Sice. 
Lieuts.— M. S. Williams. 

V. R. Hine-Haycock. 

C. H. Lis eing. 



Field Artillery. 



Staff at Home. 
Lieutenant Colonels. 

S. Watson, Weedon. 

Col. S. G. S my ch, Woolwich. 

Col. G. II. O'Mallev, Shorn- 
cliffe. 

H. T. S. Yates, Newcastle- 
on-Tyne. 

Col. G. B. N. -Martin, CB., 
Exeter. 

G. R. Challenor, Col- 
chester. 

L. W. Parsons, Athlone. 

H. V. Hunt, Aldershot. 

L.J. A. Chapman, Woolwich. 

H. H. Pengree, Woolwich. 
hp.s.c. P. H. Hammond, 
Limerick. 

P. C. E. Newbigging, "Wool- 
wich. 

F. E. R. Pollard-Lrquhart, 
Hdsea. 

F. H. Hall, Aldershot. 

Riding Masters. 

Capt. J. Stevens, Woolwi ch. 

Lieut. J. Thorne, Hi'.sea. 

Capt. J. Bevington, Col- 
chester. 

Lieut. G.W. Hay ward, New- 
castle. 

Lieut. J. F. Parr, Woolwich 



Lieutenant Colonel. 
E. O.Hay, Natal. 

Staff in India. 
p.s.c. W. W. M. Smith, 

Peshawur, 
J. A. F. Nutt, St. Thomas's 
Mount. 



W. N. Jervis, Lucknow. 

R. Purdy, Jhansi. 

R. G. W. Hepburno, Meean 

Meer. 
F. .1. Burridge, Mhow. 
P. K. L. Beaver, A llahabad. 
H. W. Brackeubury, Canip- 

beltpore. 
Col. J. H. Wodehouse, CB. 

CMG., India. 
M. W. Saunders, India. 
J. W. H. Potts. India. 

Riding Masters. 

Lieut. J. Trusler, Bangalore. 

Lieut. F. Fleming, Rawul 
Pindee. 

Lieut. T. Clarke, Lucknow. 

Lieut. D. Aherne, Secunder- 
abad. 

1 Battery, Kirkee. 
Major. — J. Temple. 
Captain.— E. M. Lachlan. 
Lieuts.— C. F. P. Parry. 

J. Byron. 

L. B. Montresor. 

2 Battery, Shorncliffe. 
Major. — A. Bell-Irving. 
Captain. — H. G. Smith. 
Lieuts. — H. T. Russell. 

M. J. T. FitzGerald. 

G. H. T. Tailyour. 

3 Battery, Kohat. 
Major. — H. Guise. 
Captain. — J. R. Wilson. 
Lieuts.— E. P. Smith. 

A. C. R. Nutt. 

C. R. Newman. 



4 Battery, Shorncliffe. 
Major. — K. hi. Pickwoad. 
Captain. — C. G. Henshaw. 
Lieuts. — P. L. Poster. 

T.St. A. B.L.Nevinson. 

E. H. Jones. 

5 Battery, Bangalore. 
Ma'or.—J. R. Foster. 
Captain. — B. FitzMaurice. 
Lieuts.— M. Biddulph. 

H. P. R. Coode. 
W. S. Brancker. 

6 Battery, Dinapore. 
Major. — p.s.c. Col. A. G 

Creagh, CB. 
Captain. — E. S. Cleeve. 
Lieutenants. — B. R. Kirwan 
A. M. N. Mackenzie. 

F. A. Buzzard. 

7 Battery, Dorchester. 
Major. — C. B. Watkins. 
Captain.— E. D.W.Thomson 
Lieuts. — S. L. Crockett. 
J. Hay. 

G. V. Clarke. 

3 Battery, Chtistchurch. 
Major.— C. F. Blane. 
Captain.— G. F. Herbert. 
Lieuts. — A. H. Goldie. 

W. O. Holloway. 

G. L. H. Howell. 

9 Battery. Kobat. 

Major.— A. S.'Wedderburn 

Captain.— F. G. Maunsell. 

Lieuts.— T. C. W. Molony. 

C. E. Stewart. 



ro Battery, Rawul Pindi. 
Major. — S. W. Lane. 
Captain. — H. C. Oldnall. 
Lieuts.— C. N. B. Ballard. 
E. F. Delaforce. 

E. H. B. Colien. 

11 Battery, Ferozepore. 
Major. — J. P. Langley. 
Captain.— F. Potts. 
Lieuts.— lion. \V. D. Sclater- 
Booth. 
C. Evans. 
G. H. Gordon. 

12 Baitery, Aldershot. 
Major. — J. W. M. Newton. 
Captain. — W. A. Robinson. 
Lieuts. — E. C. Le Peiley. 

G. L. Butler. 

W. M. St. G. Kirke. 

13 Battery, Natal. 
Major.— p.s.c. P. J. R. 

Crampton. 
Captain. — R. Tremaine. 
Lieuts.— W. P. Sauuders. 

F. A. Wilson. 
W. Furnivall. 

14 Battery, Newcastle. 
Major.— A. C. Bailward. 
Cuptain.—A. Capel-Cure. 
Lieuts.— A. C. Birch. 

R. M. Johnson. 

R. W. St. L. Gethin. 

1 5 Battery, Meerut. 
Major— J. H. Balguy. 
Captain. — A. L. Walker. 
Lieuts.— U.. E. A. LeMottee. 

H. G. Lloyd. 

H. F. E. Lewin. 



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76 Batterv, Kirkee. 
Major.— C. P. Fenciall, DSO. 
Captain. — H. A. Brendon. 
Lieut*.— R. G. Keywcrth. 

G. T. Mair. 

A. D. H. Grayson. 

17 Battery, Woolwich. 
Major. — G. G. Simpson. 
Captain.— L. Graham. 
Lieut*. — H. N. Packard. 

R. E. F. Wemyss. 

H. G. Pringle. 

18 Batterv, Aldershot 
Major— Sir j. H. J. VV. 

Jervis, Bt. 
Captain. — F. B. Johnstone. 
Lieut*. — H. L. Lithgow. 

H. E. Carey. 

E. W. Furse. 

19 Battery, Exeter. 
Ma tor. — A. W. B. Gu7don. 
Captain.— S.K.L. Radcliffe. 
Lieut*. — H. F. Dawson. 

H. Spencer. 

L. H. D. Broughtou. 

20 Battery, Ipswich. 
Major. — C. H. Blount. 
Captain.— ii. Humphreys. 
Lieut*. — E. F. T. Ponsonby. 

E. M. Conolly. 

G. H. W. Bayley. 
21 Battery, Bangalore. 
Major. — E. N. Henrique*. 
Captain.- — H' M. Camnbeli. 
Lieu'*. — G. S. F. Bro^mj. 

H. E. Garstin. 

K. E. Ramsdsn. 
22 Battery, Mhow. 
Major. — W. Hanna. 
Captain.— I.. G. F. Gordon. 
Lieut*. — J. F. Barlow. 

T. M. Lnke. 

S. F. Stallard. 
23 Battery, Trimulgherry. 
Major. — C. N. Simpson. 
Captain.-- J. F. W. Birch. 
Lieut*.— H. L. Cottingham. 

H. G. Sheppard. 

H. Ward. 
24 Battery. Agra. 
Major. — C. M. Haggard. 
Captain.— A. P. Longfield. 
Lieut*.— E. W. Grove. 

S. S. Browne. 

E. C. Massy. 
25 Battery, Bangalore. 
Major.— A. H. Carter. 
Captain. — F. L. Sharp. 
Lieut*. — E. \V. Speddinc. 

H. A. Koebel. 

R. E. Paley. 

26 Battery, Kamptee. 
Major. — p. s.c. H.S. Daw-kins. 
Captain. — C. P. Decie. 
Lieuts.—F. T. Oldham. 

H. W. Atlay. 

J. S. Maidlow. 

27 Battery, Nusseerabad. 
Major. — C. E. Goulburn. 
Captain.— H. C. V. Harrison. 
Lieut*. — A. R. Bayly. 

D. B. Stewart. 
W. Evans. 

28 Battery, Athlcne. 
Major.— F. H. Ward. 
Captain. — W. II. Grover. 
Lieut*. — D. D. Arderne. 

H. S. Seligman. 

R. A. Birley. 

29 Battery, Belgaum. 
Major. — H. Burton. 
Captain.— C. W. Tyler. 
Lieut*.— H. H. Bond. 

E. H. Newman. 

B. H. Bignel). 

30 Battery, Fyzabad. 
Major.— R. F. M'Crea. 
Captain.— C. J. U. Morris. 
Lieut*.— C. L. C. Hamilton. 

G. E. Tyrrell. 

J . H A.Pattisson. 



Royal ArtiUeri 



31 Battery, Meean Meer. 
Major. — lion. A. Sidney. 
Captain. — C. H. Ford. 
Lieut*.— C. M. D. Bruce. 

C. D Balfour. 

W. Stirling. 
32 Battery, Egypt. 
Major.— W . H. Williams. 
Captain. — E. J. Duffus. 
Lieut*. -O H. W.Niehclson 

W. H. C. Despard. 

F. D. Logan. 

33 Battery, Trimulgherry. 
Major.— W. H. O'Neill. 
Captain. — C. H.Hutchinson. 
Lieut*.— R. T. Marsden. 

G. R. M. M. Lannowe. 
H. B. Smith. 

34 Battery, Jf eerut. 
Major. — N. D. Findlay, at 

Staff College. 
Captain. — A. W. Money. 
Lieutenant*. — J. G. Rotton. 

E. W. S. Brooke. 
G. H. Stobart. 

35 Battery, Deesa. 
Major. — H. K. Jackson. 
Captain. — C. de Jersey. 
Lieut*. — F. E. Nixon-Eck- 
ersail. 
L. C. L. Oldfleld. 
P. Barton. 

36 Battery, Neemuch. 
Major.— J. H. Jellett. 
Captain. — R. Casement. 
Lieut*.— W. J. K. Rettie. 

F. T. Brown. 

C. B. Thackeray-. 

37 Battery, Hilsea. 
Major.— F. B. Elmslie. 
Contain.— G. F. Milne. 
Lieut*.— A. D'A. Kirby. 

H. A. L. H. Wade. 

H. R. W. M. Smith. 

38 Battery, Aldershot. 
Major. — E. A. Fanshawe. 
Captain.— E. C. Cameron. 
Lieut*. — A. F. Becke. 

C. L. O'Malley. 
C. W. Scott. 

39 Battery, Woolwich. 
Major.— C. T. Blewitt. 
Captain.— A.. ti. S. Goff. 
L'v?ut*. — V,'. Ellershaw. 

E. B. MacnaKhten. 
W. C.E. Twidale. 

40 Battery, Atimednagar. 
Major H. Montgomery- 
Campbell. 

Captain.— W, C. Staveley. 
Lieut,.— R. W. Boger. 
W. C. Symon. 

G. R. V. Kinsman. 

41 Battery, Barrackpore. 
Major. — W. G de Jersey. 
Captain.— E. P. Smith. 
Lieut*. — W. Strong. 

E. H. Harpnr. 
0. P. Roberts. 
42 Battery, Trimu lgheiry. 
Major. — D. E. Dewar. 
Captain.— G. M. Yunge- 

Bateman. 
Lieutenants. — H. R. Gotto. 
S. W. Douglas. 
J. T. MacDougall. 

43 Battery, Shorncliffe. 
Major.— G. F. F. Shirreff. 
Captain.— F. W. Heath. 
Lieut*. — W. M'Gildowny. 

H. H. Peck. 

E. C. W. D. Walthall. 

44 Batter3', Colchester. 
Major — p. s.c. H. C. Duniop. 
Captain.— C. C. Owen. 
Lieut*.— H. T. Wynter. 

E. H. Phillips. 

F. M. Otter-Barry. 



45 Battery, Bellary. 
Major.— H. A. D. Ouitis. 
Captain. — E. P. England. 
Lieut*.— W. G. H. Manley. 

P. W. B. Henning. 

H. C. S. Clarke. 

46 Battery, Cawnpore. 
Major . — F.W.Boteler. 
Captain.— G. F. White. 
Lieut*.— T. Bruce. 

H.D.Foulkes. 
M. L. Goldie. 

47 Battery, Hyderabad. 
Major.— S. D. Rainsford. 
Captain.— G. Calvert. 
Lieut*. — A. W. Curtis. 

C. E. Palmer. 
L. J. Hext. 

48 Battery, Bareilly. 
Major. — A. J. Hughes. 
Cumin.— H. A. P. White. 
Lieut*.— P. Wheatley. 

W. G. Thompson. 

H. J. A. Mackey. 

49 Battery, St. Ihomas's 
Mount. 
Major.— R. E. Boothby. 
Captain.— H. A. Bethell. 
Lieut*. — G. J. Henderson. 
W. E. Edwards. 
W. U. H. Bell. 

50 Battery, Rawul Pindee. 
Major. — C. M. T. Western. 
Captain. — H. G.Sandilands. 
Lieut*. — L. S. Downes. 

W. H. Bartholomew. 

H. F. Stopford. 

51 Battery, Peshawur. 
Major. — L. Forde. 
Captain. — S. W.W. Blacker. 
Lieut*.— W. J. B. Alien. 

A. Thorp. 
G. E. Bolster. 

52 Battery, Jubbulpore. 
Major. — W. J. A. Beatson. 
Captain. — R. W. Breeks. 
Lieut*. — Hon.G.F. Sianlev. 

P. W. Game. 

B. b Gilpin. 

53 Battery, Kurrachee. 
Muwr. — H. J. Lysier. 
Captain. — R. G. Strange. 
Lieut*. — A. M. Perreau. 

J. F. A. Higg.ns. 
W. H. F. Hughes. 

54 Battery, Allahabad. 
Ma/or. — J. E. Harvey. 
Captain. — p. s. c. W.A. M, 

Thompson. 
Lieutenants. — H. A. Boyce. 
F. W. Mackeu^ie. 
A. S. Cotton. 

55 Battery, AhmedibaJ. 

Major. — P. H. Euthoven. 
Captain. — A. R. Knox. 
Lieut*.— O. del'E. Winter. 

C. St. Al. Ingham. 
J. W. Hope. 

56 Battery, Aldeistot. 
Major. — D. G. Prinsep. 
Captain. — A. M. A. Ltnnox. 
Lieutenants. — J. E. James. 

W. H. Drake. 
W. L. Foster. 

57 Battery, Peshawur. 
Major.— A. B. Helyar. 
Captain.— F. T. Ravenhill. 
Lieut*. — L. M. Wilson. 

F. E. L. Barker. 

G. N. Wyatt. 

58 Battery, Clonmel. 
Major. — p.s.c.T. S. Baldock. 
Captain. — C D. King. 
Lieutenant*. — E. H. Pirn. 

A. B. Bethell. 

E. H. St. L. Chamier. 



I 59Battery, Nowgong. 
Major. — H. O'B. Owen. 
Captain. — C. E. Coghill. 
Lieut*. — G. H. Sanders. 

A. E. B. Fair. 

R. H. Griffith. 

6o Battery, Mooltan. 
Major.— P. B. Taylor. 
j Captain. — H. Rouse. 
Lieut s. — E. W. Alexander. 
G. M'l. Ritchie. 

F. C. Tyler. 

61 Battery, Hilsea. 
I Major.- A.Eardley-Wilmot. , 
Captain. — p. s.c. J. W. G. 

Dawkins. 
Lieuts. — R. C. Coates. 

A. G. Arbuthnot. 

W. A. S. Gemmell. 

62 Battery, Aldeishot. 
Major.— A. C. Daniell. 
Capt. — H. F. Askwith. 
Lieuts.— D. M. Phillpotts. 
J. H. W. Johnstone. 

G. E. Ellissen. 

63 Batterj", Bristol. 
Maj.—W. L. H. Paget. 
Captain. — 

Lieut*.— W. B. Browell. 
J. P. MacDougall. 
P. P. deB. Radcliffe. 

64 Battery, Weedon. 
j Major.— R. Oakes. 

1 Captain. — H. Corbyn. 
Lieut*. — F. G"odson. 
E. F. Calthrop. 

65 Battery, Hilsea. 
.Major. — W. Tylden. 
Captain. — R. A. Vigne. 
Lieuts. — C. F. Rugge-Pricc. 

A. A. Montgomery. 
A. R. Waine wright. 

66 Battery, Aldershot. 
Major.— W. P. Turing. 
Captain.— F. A. G. Y. Elton. 
Lieut*.— C.St.L. G. Hawkes. 

G. B. Schreiber. 

J. B. Grylls. 

67 Battery, Natal. 
' Major.— J. F. Manifold. 
Captain.— Si. D. Gubbins. 
Lieut*.— H. R. Pbipps. 
W. H. F. Weber. 
O. C. Du Port. 

63 Battery, Woolwich. 
' : Major.— F. B. Lecky. 
Captain. — E. E. Norris. 
Lieut*. — C. C. Robertson. 

E. T. Hale. 

H. de B. Miller. 

69 Battery, Natal. 
Major.— 3. A. Mackenzie 

Grieve. 
Captain.— R. F. Fox. 
Liiats.— R. H. F. M'Culloch. 
H. T. Belcher. 

F. W. (josset. 

70 Battery, Lucknow. 
Maj. — E. J.Phipps-Hornby. 
Captain. — G. H. Geddes. 
Lieut*. — G. M'C. Campbell. 

H. N. St. J. Maule. 

F. L. C. Livmgstone- 
Learmonth. 

71 Battery, Ferozepore. 
! Major. — B~. G. Burrowes, at 

Staff Co'.leg.:. 
! Captain.— J. U. Coates. 
'Lieuts. — G. V". Davidson. 

C. F. G. Washington. 

D. J. Murch. 

72 Battery, Kirkee. 
' Major. — C. T. Robinson. 
I Captain. — E. P. Lambert. 
Lieuts. — E. W. Piummer. 
I P. P. E. de Berry. 
A. B. Korman. 



73 Battery, Exeter. 
, Major.— C. M. Barlow. 
t Captain— H S. White. 
i Lieuts. — D. R. Goates. 

J. F. I. H. Doyle. 

J. A. Fitz Gibbon. 

74 Battery, Newcastle. 
Major.— R.G. M'Q.M'Leod. 
Captain— R. F. X. M. Bond. 
Lieuts. — G. Lewis. 

B. Dickson. 

E. M. Birch. 
75 Batten - , Colchester. 
Major.— W. F. L. Lindsay. 
Captain.— C. N. Lyall. 
Lieutenants. — R.Geoghegan. 

W. R. Eden. 

A. R. G. Begbie. 

76 Eattery, Athlone. 
"Major. — R. A. G. Harrison. 
Cant. — fion.H.W.Addington 
Lieuts — R. D. "Wylde. 

B. G. Buchanan. 
K. St. G. Kirke. 

77 Battery, Coventry. 
Siajor. — I?. M. Bland. 
Captain. — G. G. Mackenzie. 
Lieutenants. — C. D. Hope. 

A. Lascelles. 
Sir J. Keane, St. 



78 Battery, Woolwich. 
Major.— D. C. Carter. 
Capt — St. J. L. H. Du Plat- 
Taylor. 
Lieuts. — G. A. S. Cape. 
L. T. Ashworth. 
T. M. Archdale. 

79 Battery, Dublin. 
Major. — B. H. Armitage. 
Captain.— A. G. Glanville. 
Lieuts.— H. M. de F. Mont- 
gomery. 

H. Allcard. 
L. M. Dyson. 

80 Battery, Jhansi. 
Major. — A. L. Hibbert. 
Captain. — G. Bawiscombe. 
Lieuts. — L. L. Parker. 

C. Ravenhill. 

T.O. Seagram. 
Sr Battery, Trowbridge. 
Major. — H. A. Chapman. 
Captain. — W. H. Onslow. 
Lieuts. — A. H. N. Devenish. 

E. H. Stevenson. 

A. D. Musgrave. 

82 Battery, Woolwich. 
Major. — A. S. Pratt. 
Captain. — J. M.'C. Maxwell. 
Lieuts. — F. H. G. Stanton. 
W. P. L. Davies. 
J. D. B. Fulton. 



Royal Artillery. 

83 Battery, Woolwich. 
Major.— G. R. Darley. 
Captain.— A. T. Butler. 
Lieuts.— C. H. Wilson. 

H. W. Newcome. 

D. G. Blois. 

84 Battery, Newcastle. 
Major. — E. Guinness. 
Captain.— H. N. Schofleld. 
Lieuts.— E. H. T. Parsons. 

H. M. Barnes. 

E. L. Wheeler. 

85 Battery, Woolwich. 
Major.— H. E. Oldaeld. 
Captain. — H. E. Stockdale. 
Lieuts. — C. C. Barnes. 

0. E. G. L. Learmonth. 
W. C. E. Rudkin. 

86 Battery, Woolwich. 
Major. — C. D. Guinness. 
Captain. — C. A. Kilner. 
Lieuts.— W. McN. Gray. 

A. C. Edwards. 
R. T. Hill. 

87 Battery, Woolwich. 
Major.— G. H. M'Laughlin 
Captain.— E. R. H. J. Cloete 
Lieuts.— P. N. G. Reade. 

S. F. L. Metcalfe. 
E. R. Burne. 



Mountain Artillery. 



Lieutenant Colonels. 
A. E. Duthy, Jutogh. 
Col. W. Ait'ken, CB. Rawul 

Pindee. 
H. T. Lugard, Quetta. 

Adjutant. 
Capt. G. C. Dowell, Quetta 

1 Battery, Kyragully. 
Major.— G. F. A. Norton. 
Captain. — C. W. Brownlow. 
Lieutenants. — R. E. Stuart. 

C. L. R. Gray. 

H. Crichton. 

2 Battery, Quetta. 
Major.— O. S. Smyth, DSO. 
Captain.— F. R. Drake. 



Lieuts. — F. C. Poole. 
A. W. Grepe. 
E. H. B. Craster. 

3 Batterv, Peshawur. 
Major.— Bl.Lt. Colonel J. D. 

Cunningham. 
Captain.— H. D. Grier. 
Lieuts.— P. F. FitzRoy. 

C. W. J. Orr. 

J. F. Westerman. 

4 Battery, Malta. 
Major. — H.C. CD. Simpson 
Captain. — C. O. Smeaton. 
Lieuts. — A. D. Freeland. 

W. J. Fowler. 

Hon. N. A. Hood. 

5 Battery, Kalabagh. 
Major.— W. F. Cleeve. 



Captain.— W. K. Hardy. 
Lieuts. — A. Ellershaw. 

R. E. Tyler. 

S. D. Bullen. 

6 Battery, Mandalay. 
Major.— A. Keene, DSO. 
Captain.— K. R. Cook. 
Lieuts.— F. H. Metcalfe. 

A. W. Hewetson. 

H. M. Thomas. 
7 Battery, Barragully. 
Major. — M. F. Fegen. 
Captain. — R. A. Kaye. 
Lieuts. — P. S. Lowis. 

A. A. M' Hardy. 

F. A. Easton. 

8 Battery, Jutogh. 
Major.— J. C.'Shirres, DSO. 



Garrison Artillery. 



EASTERN DIVISION. 
Dover. 
Staff at Home. 
Lieutenant Colonels. 
A. S. Griffiths, Sheerness. 
H.T. Curling, Dover. 
F. M. Turuer, Harwich. 
N.P. Fowell.Shoeburyness. 

Armament Majors. 
W. E. L. Balfour, Dover. 

District Officers. 
Capt. W. Pickup, Dover. 
Major E. Dawson, Tower of 

London. 
Capt. W.Osborne, Chatham. 
Lieut. R. Clarke, Newhaven. 
Lieut. Vf. C. Mason, Graves- 
end. 

Adjutant. 
Capt. R. C. Carr, Dover. 

Divisional Adjutants. 
Capt. 0. W. Clark, Dover. 
Captain B. M. Bateman, 

Sheerness. 
Capt. R. Price, Harwich. 

Quarter Master. 
Lt. W. Lawrence, Sheerness 

Staff Abboad. 
Lieutenant Colonels. 
E. H.Walker, Gibraltar. 
H. A. Scott, Gibraltar. 
•G. M, Stevens, Bombay. 



Divisional Adjutants. 
Capt. D. Bremner, Gibraltar. 
Capt. 
Gibraltar. 

Armament Officer. 

Lieut. E. S.deVere Bland 

Hunt, Gibraltar. 

Quarter Master. 

Capt. T.F.Cooper.Gibraltar. 

Adjutant. 
Capt. S. .T.C'hamier,Bombay. 

1 Company, Calcutta. 
Major. — E. P. A. Tawnev. 
Capt .— pse.A.B.N.Churchill. 
Lieuts.— G. T. Brierley. 
J. O'Kinealy. 
L. S. Bay ley. 
2 Company,Iandguard Fort. 
Major.— W. Y. Foster. 
Captain. — C. J. Blunt. 
Lieuts. — A. Hinde. 

T. S. N. Hardinge. 
L. T. Goff. 

3 Company, Rangoon. 
Major. — W. H. Connolly. 
Captain. — A. L. Carroll. 
Lieutenants. — W.E. Manley. 
A. J. Thompson. 

F. A. Kemble. 

4 Company, Kurachi. 
Major. — N. Maxwell. 
Captain. — H. L. N. Bejnon, 
Lieuts. — P. P. Langdon. 

G. G. W. Corrie. g) 
W. M. Ogg. 



5 Company, Malta. 
Major.— p.s.c. Bt.Lt.Col. J. 

Adye. 
Captain— K. D. Bell. 
Lieutenants. — D.E.Forman. 

F. M. Bickard. 

G. H. Rickard. 

6 Company, Shoeburyness. 
Major.— A. B. Shute. 
Captain. — D. Arbuthnot. 
Lieuts.— G. P. C. Blount. 

R. W. Castle. 
A. M. Seton. 

7 (Siege Train) Company, 

Dover. 
Major. — G. N. H. Barlow. 
Captain. — C. C. Van Strau- 

benzee. 
Lieutenants. — R. A. Craig. 
H. C. Moorhouse. 
A. J. R. Greene. 

8 Company, Delhi. 

Major. — T. R. Harkness. 
Captain. — C. O. Head. 
Lieuts— W. A. G. Pilkington 

G. H. C. Wilkins. 

C. E. Blanford. 

9 Company, Allahabad. 

Major. — G. Wright. 

Captain. — 

Lieuts. — J. Chrystie. 

G.F. C. Finch. 

S. H. Jacob. 



I8 7 
88 Battery, Weedon. 

Major. — p.s.c. W. A. Smith. 

Captain. — H.C. W. Wynr. 

Lieuts.— R. S. Hardman. 
G. E. J. A. West. 
H. E. Street. 



Depot, Woolwich. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — p.s.c. 

J. W. T. Spencer. 
Act. Adjutant— Lt. M.'C. P. 

Ward. 
Riding Master.— Lieut. J. 

Learmont, 
Qr. Mr.— Lieut. J. Scott. 
Major. — F. C. Farmer. 
Captain. — W. B. Norwood. 
Lieuts. — A. H. Bowring. 
H. R. Overton. 
H. L. Reed. ; 



Riding Establishment, 

Woolwich. 

Captain.— J. Hanwell. 
Lieuts.— W. Thwaites. 

J. E. Cairnes. 
Bidinq Master. — Major J. 

Wilken. 



Captain.— F. W. S. Stanton 
Lieuts. — H. C. Moultrie. 

A. G. Smith. 

A. C. Wilkinson. 

9 Battery, Darjeeling. 

Major.— A. ff. Powell. 
Captain.— M. S. Eyre. 
Lieuts. — J. F. Fisher. 

R. H. Parker. 

W. F. T. O'Connor. 

10 Battery, Natal. 

Major.— G. E. Bryant. 
Captain.— T. R. C. Hudson. 
Lieuts.— G. D. Wheeler. 

H. G. Moor. 

W. H. Moore. 



10 Company, Dover. 
Major. — C. E. Jervois. 
Captain. — R. H. Hai 
Lieuts. — L. N. Gooding. 

C. D. R Watts. 

J. A. FitzGibbon. 

11 Company, Gibraltar. 
Major.— H. M. Slater. 
Captain. — A. E. G.Tippinga. 
Lieutenants. — S. R Nor- 
mand. 
L. K. Stanbrough. 
C.N.Buchanan-Dunlop. 

12 Companj", Campbellpore. 
Major. — A. B. Purvis. 
Captain. — J. R. Stansfeld. 
Lieuts.— E. E. N. Waters. 

B. J. M. Locke. 

N. S. H. Sitwell. 

13 Company, Aden. 
Major.— T. K. E. Johnston. 
Captain. — W. A. Bouluois. 
Lieuts. — G. Stoddart. 

R. L. Haymes. 

J. W. Angus. 

14 Company, Sheerness. 
Major.— W. H. Darby. 
Captain.— P. H.M. Dorehill. 
Lieuts.— H. W. B. Hoilin- 
shead. 
F A. F. Bone. " 



1 88 

15 Company, Dover. 
Major. — 0. Rowe. 
Captain. — E. D. Cameron. 
Zieuts.—A. J. H. Keyes. 

E. McM. Scddon. 
P. H. Climo. 

16 Company, Egypt. 
Ma/07: — J. H. L. Dallas. 
Captain.— W. C. Hunter- 

Blair. 
Zieufs. — E. G. Waymouth. 

C. H. W. Owen. 5 

G. P. Clayton. 

17 Companv, Malta. 
Major.— G. E. Weigall. 
Captain.— W. G. Terry. 
Zieufs.— M. H. C. Bird. 

B. J. Russell. 

A. H. Symes- Thomp- 
son. 
iS Company, Gibraltar. 
Major.— p.s.c. A. H. Gordon. 
Captain. — J. A. Moren. 
Zieuts. — 

J. B.MacFarlan. 
G. Ogilvie. 
19 Company, Gibraltar. 
Major. — W. H. Cummings. 
Captain. — A. 11. Kennard. 
Zieufs.— D. F. Nicholl. 
W. B. Spalding. 

C. J. Julian. 

20 Company, Gibraltar. 
Major.— W. C. Anderson. 
Captain. — H. S. Woodcock. 
Zieuts.— P. E. de C. Cheval- 

lier. 
W. K. Harvey. 

21 Company, Gibraltar. 
Major.— P. W. G. Totliill. 
Captain. — A. T. Baker. 
Zieuts. — H. E.Pennethorne. 

O. Tritton. 

C. N. Kennaway. 

22 Company, Sheerness. 
Major.— F. B. R. Toms. 
Captain.— P. H. Young. 
Zieuts.— C. P. Bishop. 

J. S. Edgar. 
H. C. R. Boyd. 

23 Company, Gibraltar. 
Major. — H. A. Inglis. 
Captain.— T. E. Marshall. 
Zieuts.— S. P. Alderson. 

E. L. Stevenson.- 

R. T. Russell. 
24 Company, Bombay. 
Major- A. H.'Callwell. 
Captain.R. C. Wellesley. 
Zieuts. — W. L. J. Carey. 

H. W. G. Keddie. 

A. T. Lough. 
25 Company, Shoehuryness. 
Major. — M. M. Morris. 
Captain.— T. M. Osborne. 
Zieuts. — G. B. Mackenzie. 

M. L. "Wilkinson. 

W. Loring. 

26 Company, Aden. 
Major.— E. J. K. Priestley. 
Captain. — R. G. Ouseley. 
Zieuts. — H. G. Sargeaunt. 

C. F. L. Mulliken. 

J. H. Sadler. 
27 Company, Sheerness. 
Major.— G. H. Bittleston. 
Captain.— H. E. Cadell. 
Zieut.— H. Pawcus. 

Depots. 
Zieutenatit Colonels. 
F. T. M. Beaver, Woolwich. 
J. V. V. Baker, Dover. 
P. A. Aylmer, Great Yar- 
mouth. 

Histrict Officer. 
Zieut. T. Y. Osmond, Great 
Yarmouth. 
Adjutants. 
Captain R. G. Merriman 

DSO. Dover. 
Captain J. P. Du Cane, Great 

Yarmouth. 
Quarter Master, 
Zieut. J. Joy, Dover. 



Royal Artillery. 



No. 1 Depot, Dover. 
Major. — J. P. Craig. 
Captain— H. C. Marshall. 
Lieufs. — W. S. Armitage. 

R. S. Hamilton. 

W. B. Emery. 
No. 2 Depot, Gt. Yarmouth. 
Major.— G. B. Smith. 
Capt.—J. A. Stewart. 
Zieuts.— C. W. Collingwood 
J filiated Militia artillery 
—Kent, Norfolk, Suffolk 
and Sussex Artillery. 



SOUTHERN DIVISION. 

Portsmouth. 

Staff at Home. 

Zieutenant Colonels. 

p.s.c.Col. H. H. Crookenden. 

Portsmouth. 
J. H. Rosseter, Portsmoath. 
P. A. Bowles, Weymouth. 
W. W. Smith, Goiden Hill. 
P. M. Banister, Gosport. 
Col. J. R. S. O. HewJtt.Bun- 

crana. 

District Officers. 
Major T. D. Richey, Bun- 

crana. 
Major G. Webster, Dublin. 
Capt. J. H. Chinn, Edin- 
burgh. 
Capt. G. A. C. D. Wingfieid, 

Gosport. 
Zieut. M. J. Long, Seaforth. 
Zieut. W. P. Furner, Cork. 
Zieut. A. R. Malcolm, Ports- 

mouth. [deen, 

Zieut. J. A.Williams, Aber 

Adjutants. 
Captain H. C. C. TJniacke 

Portsmouth. 
Capt. C. J. Perceval, Ports- 
mouth. 
Divisional Adjutants. 
Capt. C. R. Buckle, Golden 
Hill. [mouth. 

Capt. W. J. Napier, Wey- 
Capt. H. L. Powell, Gosport 
Capt.. A. G. Norris, Cork 
Harbour. 

Quarter Masters. 
Capt. G. Cook, Portsmouth. 
Zieut. G. Mason, Gosport. 
iteiii.W.C.Perry.Cork Hbr. 

Staff Abeoad. 
Zieutenant Colonels. 
G. D. Fanshawe, Ceylon. 
p.s.c. de C. Daniell, Malta. 
J. McDonnell, Malta. 
W". P. Graham, Malta. 
C. L. Casey, Singapore. 
G. P. Owen, Roorkee. 
H. P. Willoughby, Aden. 
A. R. Fraser, Hong Kong. 
W. S. Walford, Rangoon. 

Divisional Adjutants. 
Capt. F. L. Playi'air. Malta. 
Capt. A. S. Baker, Malta. 
Capt. J. C. Burnett, Malta. 
p.s.c. Captain A. Crawford, 

Hong Kong. 
Zieut. R. fit. Manley, Ceylon. 
Zieut. N.D.Cochrane.Singa- 
pore. 

Armament Officer. 
Zieut. F.B.H. Moore, Malta. 
Zieut. H. Robinson, Malta. 

Adjutants. 
Ca;ir.W.H.O.Kemmis,Aden. 
Captain. — A. E. J. Perkins, 

Roorkee. 

District Officer. 
Zieut. R. M. Laird, Malta. 

Quarter Master. 
W. T. Whitley. Malta. 
1 Company, Cork Harbour. 
Major. — C. A. Howard. 
Captain. — R. C. Stevenson. 
Zieuts. — J. A. P. Robinson. 
J. T. Dreyer. 
W. K. E. Jameson. 
2 Company, Gibraltar. 
Major. — T. W. Powles. 
Captain.— P. G. G. Faussett, 
Zieuts- G. H. Ziegler. 
A. R. Izat. 
E. Wighton. 



3 Company, Portsmouth. 
Major.— H. B. Guudry. 
Captain.— F. T. Fisher. 
Zieufs. — C. A. Fisher. 

A. S. P. McGhee. 

E. G. Hart. 

I 4 Company, Weymouth. 
Major— G. W. R. Pulton. 
Cavtain.— A. M. Smith. 
Zi'euts.— W. E. Wailes. 

C. G. Piitchard. 

R. X. Lockhart. 

5 Company, Agra. 
Major — 

Cavtain.— R. P. Ellice. 
Zieuts.— G. C. Sturrock. 

B. R.Brewin. 

R. L. Bourchier. 

6 Company, Ceylon. 
Major.— p.s.c. R.A.Johnson. 
Captain,— W. M. Crockett. 
Zieuts.— A. C. S.W.Simpson. 

W. A. W. Swettenham. 

C. S. Holland. 

7 Company, fiuetta. 
Major.— J. T. Johnston, at 

Utaf College. 
Captain.— W. B. R. Sandys. 
Zieuts.— L. B. S. Christie. 

H. A. L. Mundy. 

P. Stanley. 
8 Company, Bermuda. 
Major— G. T. Kelaart. 
Capts.— J. N. Salmon. 

C. Phillipps. 
Zieuts. — C. J. Harrison. 

W. B. Spender. 

P. H. H.Coghlan. 

E.M. deSmidt. 

9 Company, Roorkee. 
Major.— P. B. Jackson. 
Captain. — R. St. G. Gorton. 
Zieuts— H. T. Hart. 

F. W. Van der Kiste. 
H. B. W. S. Rewse. 

10 Company, Portsmouth. 
Major.— R. Wynyard. 
Captain. — H. B. Strange. 
Zieuts.—A. E. Gordon. 
J. G. Dooner. 

E. W. Browne. 

11 Company, Rangoon. 
Major. — H. C. Molesworth. 
Captain. — H. D. Larymore, 

care. 

Lieats.—R. G. Partridge. 
C. E. T. Rolland. 

G. S. Wilkes. 

12 Company, Hong Kong. 
2Iajor. — J. Lewes. 
Captain.— P. R. Simmonds. 
Zieuts.—A. E. M. Head. 

J. L. Stenhouse. 

M. L. McDonell. 
1 3 Company,GoIdenHill,I. W 
Major.— p.s.c. F. Waldron. 
Captain. — C. F. Stevens. 
Lieuts.— K. E. Haynes. 

G. C. Appleyard. 

A. P. Porcher. 
14 Company, Portsmouth. 
Maior.—H. G. Weir. 
Captain.— R. E. Warden. 
Zieuts.— G. N. Dawson- 
Scott. 

F. G. T. Deshon. 

15 (Siege Train) Company, 

Tort Grange, Gosport. 
Major— J. R. H. Allen. 
Captain. — F. A. L. Powell. 
Zieuts.— C. Howard-Vyse. 

R. L. Barton. 

J. A. C. Forsyth. 

16 Companv, Malta. 
Major— p.s.c. C. E. Callwell 
Captain. — A. F. Hickie. 
Zieuts. — K. D. Hutchison. 

C. S. W. Thomas. 

P. J. Paterson, 



17 Companv. Malta. 
Major.— J. de W.L. Clarke. 
Capt. -A. J. Breakev. 
Zieuts— P. L. Holbrooke. 

0. L. Price. 
A. J. Moberly. 

18 Companv, Ferozepore. 
Major.— J. O. English. 
Captain. — L. J. Chapman. 
Zieuts. -C. R.Kelly. 

H. u. Hammond. 

G. M. Lennox. 

19 Companv, Malta. 
Major.— H. C. G. Taylor. 
Captain. — N.B. Hefferman. 
Lieufs. — Hon. M.R. C.Ward. 

A. H. Ollivant. 

R. H. Galwey. 
20 Company, Fort Fareham, 

Fareham. 
Major. — T. H. J. Woodrow. 
Captain. — R. P. Benson. 
Zieuts.— C. J. D. Preeth. 

E. de H. Smith. 

P. Rainsford-Har.nay. 

21 Crmpanv, Aden. 
Major.— E. D. H. Buckley. 
Captain. — K. K, Knapp. 
Zieuts. — A. C. Kennedy. 

G. R. H. Nugent. 

H. W. Gayer. 

22 Company, Jamaica. 
Major. — W. Lambert. 
Cavts. — A. S. Jenour. 
Zi'euts.— S. G. R. Willis. 

W. P. S. Jones. 
H. L. Nevill. 

23 Company. Bombay. 
Major.— A. C.'T. Boileau. 
Captain. — P. Poster. 
Zieuts— -P. 0. Wvatt. 

H. C. L. Cock. 
P. D. Atkinson. 

24 (Heavy) Company, 

Mooltan. 
Major.— -H. O. Piers. 
Captain. — J. S. Gooch. 
Zieuts. — H. C. Hall. 

G. G. Thatcher. 

W. O. S. Sanders. 

25 Company, Singapore. 
Major. — A. Matthews. 
Captain. — W. A. Matthews. 
Zieuts— H. R. V. de Bury. 
T. C. Llovd-Thomas. 
E. F. Shewell. 

26 Company, Malta. 
Major. — 

Captain.— -W. Gurdon. 
Zieuts. — E. Davidson. 

J. Parqirhar. 

G. S. Tovey. 
27 Companv, Cork Harbour. 
Major.— Cuptain H. E. F.G. 

Adams. 
Captain. — G. C. Johnston. 
Zieuts— S. R.Pike. 

A. G. Halg. 

R. R. Hill. 

28 Company, Quetta. 
Major. — A. Tracev. 
Captain.— Son. R. E. M 

Mostyn. 
Zieuts.— J. H. Keogh. 

1. S. Cobbe. 
H. I. Greig. 

29 Companv, Malta. 
Major.— E. C. Wace, DSO. 
Captain— P. E. H. Allen. 
Zieuts.— C. L. Evans. 

I. de L. P. Lowsley. 
J. B. Roberts. 

30 Company, Malta. 
Major. — W. S. Churchward. 
Captain— H. W. lies. 
Zieuts. — H. S. Hearn. 

A. R. Hudson. 
W. E. Clark. 

31 Companv, Cork Harbour. 
Major.— J. P. Pell. 
Captain.— A. M. de L. Cow- . 

per-Smith. 
Zieuts.—A. M. Fox. 

H. E. S. Wynne. 



Royal Artillery. 



32 Company, Sandown.I.W. Fife.ForfarandKmcardine. 
Major. — M. O. Hopkins. 1 Hampshire and Isle of 
Captain. — J. C. Fordyce-I Wight.Lancashire.Limerick 



Bnchan. 
Lieuts. — E. O. Marton. 

J. H. Massie. 

H. M. Vandeleur. 
33 Company, Peshawur. 
Major. — W. 3. Honner. 
Captain. — W. P. Alexander. 
Lieuts. — C. F. Phipps. 

W. H. N, Cantlie. 

A. Mitchell. 
34 Company, Portsmouth. 
Major.— R. M. Brady. 
Captain. — J. C. Kirk. 
Lieuts. — H. Morriee. 

H. W. Gardiner. 

F. Hall. 
33 Company, Hong Kong 

Major. — P. B. Hanham. 

Captain. — E. W. Davies. 

Lieuts. — C. N. Buzzard. 

P. H. Cruickshank. 

G. T. W. Webb. 
36 Company, Gibraltar. 

Major. — B. C. Foster. 
Captain.— H. W. Taylor. 
Lieuts.— A. E. C. Myers. 
M. W. H. M'Cheane. 

37 Company, Ceylon. 
Major. — R. A. Rigg. 
Captain. — 
Lieuts.— J. Grose. 

F. R. Sedgwick. 

R. B. M. Cameron. 

38 Company, Singapore. 
Major— F. M. Close. 
Captain. — W. L. Warren, 
Lieuts. — P. E. Lewis. 

A. C. R. Greene. 
M. L.M'Donell. 

39 Company, Leith Fort. 
Major.— J.A.Labalmondiere 

Captain. — W. H. Olivier. 
Lieuts. — W. B. Walker. 
A. C. Russel. 
R. F. Finlay. 
4oCompany,GoldenHill,I,W. 
Major.— F. J. Gramme. 
Captain.— S. G. Horton. 
Lieuts— F. S. Butcher. 
W. D. C. Trimnell. 
H. W. Ravenhill. 
41 Company, Fort Walling- 

ton, Fareham. 
Major. — T. ft'. Chamberlain. 
Captain. — H. B. Dodgson. 
Lieuts. — J. D. Sherer. 
O. C. Niven. 
E. L. Ellington. 

Depots. 
Lieutenant Colonels. 
C. J. Blake, Fort Rowner. 
R. W. P. Robertson, Cork. 
Col. A. J. Dunnage, Seaforth 
Son. G. J. Playl'air, Aber- 
deen. 
H.C. M. Woods, Leith Fort. 

Adjutants. 
Capt. G. A. Cardew, Leith 

Fort. 
Captain W. D. Burrard, 
Seaforth. 
Divisional Adjutant. 
Captain C. E. Rolt, Fort 

Rowner. 
No. i Depot, Fort Rowner, 

Gosport. 
Major.— M. W. P. Block. 
Captain. — J. C. Watson. 
Lieuts. — J. Quain. 
H. L. Lowry. 
No. 2 Depot, Seaforth, 
Liverpool. 
Major. — A. M. Murray. 
Captain.— W. St. C. Bland. 
Lieuts. — H. E. Molesworth. 
D. F. Tulloch. 

Affiliated Militia Artillery. 

Antrim, South - East of 
Scotland, Cork, Donegal 
Dublin City, Edinburgh, 



City, Mid Ulster, Tipperary, 
Waterford,West of Scotland, 
Wicklow, Sligo, London 
derry, and Clare. 



■WESTERN DIVISION. 

Devonport. 
Staff at Home. 
Lieutenant Colonels. 
W. H. Frith, Devonport. 
W. J. Fowler, Devonport. 
L. E. Coker, Devonport. 
G. B. Allen, Cardiff. 
CM. Western, PembrokeDk. 
A. L. Lane, Falmouth. 
Armament Major. 
R. L. Haines, Devonport. 

District Officers. 
Major B. D. Porterfield, 

Tynemouth. 
Captain W. H. Popplestone, 

Falmouth. 
Capt. H.Bowman, Plymouth. 
Lieut. S. T. Smith, Ply- 
mouth. 
Lieut. W. J. Beardsley, 

Cardiff. 
Lieut. J. Russell, Paull 
Point. 

Adjutant . 

Captain A. L. Molesworth, 

Devonport. 

Divisional Adjutants. 

Capt.C.H.Chepmell, Devon 

port. 
! Capt. W. H. Robinson, 
I Devonport. 

I Capt. T. A. Tancred, Devon- 
port. 

Quarter Master. 
Lieut. J. S. Clements, Ply- 
mouth. 

Statp Abroad. 

Lieutenant Colonels. 

p.s.c.J.CDalton, Bermuda. 

A. W. Anstruther Duncan. 

Halifax, N.S. 
C. R. W.Hervey.Kurrachee 
p.s.e. 3. K. Trotter, CMG. 
Cape of Good Hope. 
G.G. M.Mason, Barrackpore. 

District Officer. 
Lieut. J. R. F. Lightowlers, 
Cape of Good Hope. 
Divisional Adjutants. 
Capt. A. V. Briscoe, Ber- 
muda. 
Lt. W.E. Rumbold, Halifax. 
Cavtain W. H. Mills, Cape. 
Qr.Mr. — Lieut. H. Vincent, 
Halifax, N.S. 
1 Company, St. Lucia. 
Major. — C. E. H. Heyman. 
Captain.— 3. H. W. Tapp. 
Lieuts. — J. G.Austin. 

E. V. D. Riddell. 
H. W. Paxton. 

2 Company, Pembroke Dock 
Major.— VT. H. E. Dobie. 
Captain.— Son. R. Tyrwhitt. 
Lieuts. — R. H. Peckham. 
C. D. Crozier. 

F. T. Ord. 
3 Company, Bermuda. 

Major. — E. B. Anderson. 
Captains.— C. M. R. Johnson 

A. W. Pack-Beresford 
Lieuts. — H. M. Innes. 

W. E. Castens. 

G. T. C. Dwyer. 
J. P. V. Hawksley. 

4 (Siege Train) Company, 

Roorkee. 
Major.— C. A. Ryan. 
Captain— E. D.C.Cameron. 
Lieuts.— R. H. Goodwin. 
E. L. Hardcastle. 
R. B. Crofton. 
5 Company, Rawul Pindee 
Major.— A. H. Browne. 
Captain.— F. Vans.Agnew. 
Lieuts.— C. G. E. Stevens 
Nash. 
R. H. M'Vittie. 
E. F, Creswell. 



6 Company, Guornsey. 
Major. — G. J. F. Talbot. 
Captain. — R. P. Molesworth. 
Lieuts.— D. H. Gill. 

F. H. Ccnrtney. 
7 Company, Trimulgherry. 
Major. — F. R. Thackeray. 
Captain. — P. E. Gray. 
Lieuts— S. G. Jebb. 

W. T. Armitage. 

J. H. M. Beas'lcy. 

8 Company, Pembroke Dock. 
Major.—Vf. J. Hicks. 
Capt.— H. J. W. Farrell. 
Lieuts.— T. M. Kough. 

W. D. Alexander. 
W. M. Warburton. 

9 (Heavy) Company,Jhansi. 
Major.— A. H. Block. 
Captain.— M. M. Noble. 
Lieuts. — C. K. Bushe. 

E. F. Corbett. 

C. M. Nuttall. 

10 Company, Devonport. 
Major.— F. E. Kent. 
Capt— J. E. W. Headlam. 
Lieuts.— C. F. G. Low. 

H. W. M. Harington. 

T. M. Wakefield. 

in Comp.,Fort. St. George. 
Major. — H. L. Gardiner. 
Captain.— H. R. Palmer. 
Lieuts. — H. B. Mayne. 

B. R. R. Rambant. 

H. St. J. Cruickshank. 

12 Company, Devonport. 
Major. — C. H. Alexander. 
Captain. — G. T. Forestier- 

Walker, at Sfaffi Coll. 
Lieuts.— G. E. Carter. 
H. M. Hill. 
M. J. C. H. Mahon. 

13 Company, Devonport. 
Major. — H. W. Morrieson. 
Captain.— H.C. St.G. Moles 

worth. 
Lieuts. — A. L. B. Jacob. 

H. G. Can-. 

R. E. T. Hogg. 

14 Company, Cape. 
Major. — 

Capt. — H. B. Browniow- 
Lieuts.— (i. F. Slator. 

R. Henvey. 

A. N. Campbell. 

15 Company (Siege Train), 

Devonport. 
Major.— E. G. Nicolls. 
Captain.— H. B. Stanford. 
Lieuts. — A. W. Disney-Roe- 
buck. 
R. G. Westropp. 

D. W. L. Spiller. 

16 Company, Barrackpore. 
Major.— E. XT. Blackett. 
Captain— G. R. M. Church. 
Lieuts. — W. Jennings. 

C. J. L. AUanson. 
J. A. M. Cummings. 
17 Company, Jersey. 

Major. — W. F. Cockburn. 
Captain. — F. C. Fowler. 
Lieuts. — W. G. Lyddon. 

D. Clapham. 
R. P. Jones. 

18 Company, Bombay. 
Major. — p.s.c. JBt.Lt.Col. 

J. W. Murray. 
Captain. — T. L. Ooxhead, 

DSO. 
Lieuts. — G. C. Merrick. 

G. de S. Dudley. 

A. M. Colvile. 
19 Company, Halifax, N.S. 
Major. — J. C. Marston. 
Captains. — C. B. Levita. 

H. A. Lake. 
Lieuts. — C. S. S. Curteis. 

V. L. Beer. 

J. H. H. Jones. 

R, J. C. Meyricke, 



20 Company, Halifax, N.S. 
Major. — J. O. Hodgson. 
Captains.— M. B. Roberts. 

W. H. Jones. 
Lieuts. — A. Forbes. 

F. J. Odevaine. 

E. P. Bedwell. 
21 Company, Devonport. 
Major.— A. Mansel, DSO. 
Captain. — M. J. MaeCarthy 
Lieutenants. — J. C. Hanna. 

J. R. Kendall. 

E. B. Scott. 

22 Company, Roorkee. 
Major.— S. V. Thornton. 
Captain. — L. W. Fraser. 
Lieuts. — C. C.Noott. 

F. W. Richey. 

G. A. Jamieson. 

23 Company, Cape. 
Major. — G. D. Chamier. 
Captain. — J. A. Tyler. 
Lieuts.— E. A. Sauuders. 
N. St. C. Campbell. 

H. B. H. Johnston. 
24 Company, Mauritius, 
Major. — Q. D'A. Alexander 
Captain. — L. H. Parry. 
Lieuts— W. H. W. Hope. 

R. L. M. 'Williams. 

R. B. Riddell. 

25 Company, Quetta. 
Major.— F. H '. J. Birch. 
Captain. — A. J. S. Willett. 
Lieuts.— J. F. Tyrrell. 

E. V. Tig he. 

J. S. Riccard. 
26 Company, Mauritius. 
Major.— 3.. S. Nelson. 
Captain— A.H.Wolley-Dod. 
Lieuts— W. E. Kemble. 

H. M. Close. 
27Company, Pembroke Dock. 
Major. — B. L. Eman. 
Captain. — G. A. FitzGerald. 
Lieuts.— G. H. Riach. 

P. E. Byrne. 

E. H. H. Elliot. 
Depots. 

Lieutenant Colonels. 
J. M. Tabor, Scarborough. 
L. E. Coker, Devonport. 

Quarter Master. 
Lt. S. Ccombes, Devonport. 

No. 1 Depot (Crown Hill 
Fort), Plymouth. 
Major. — D. F. Downing. 
Captain— J. G. Baldwin. 
Lieuts.— H. M. Elliott. 
H. G. W. Jennison. 

No. 2 Depot, Scarboraugb... 
Major — M. B. G. Jackson. 
Captain.— A. H. Short. 
Lieuts. — St. L. M. Moore. 
W. Parker. 

Affiliated Militia Arlillevy.. 
— Cornwall & Devon Miners, 
Devon, Durham, Glamorgan, 
Northumberland, Carmar- 
then, Pembroke, Yorkshire, 
and Cardigan. 



REGIMENTAL DISTRICT 
STAFF, 
Woolwich. 
Xt.ObJ.-F. O. B. Foote. 
Major. — F. B.Bnnny. 
Captains.— F. J. S. Cleeve. 

A. B. Chamberlin. 
Lieuts. — R. Wark. 

W. Robson. 
Div. Adj.—G. Clark. 
Qr.Mr.— Capt. R.J. Wishart. 



ST. HELENA & SIERRA 
LEONE DETACHMENTS. 
St. Selena. — Capt. F. Pren- 

dergast; Lieut. C. C. 

Palmer. 
Sierra Leone (Plymouth). — 

Capt. T. R. Phillips. 

Lieut. C. A. Cleghojn. 



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District Officers. 



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iappd.dist. 

OFFICEE . 



LIEUT. CAPTAIN. BT. MAJOB. MAJOB. 



i Aug. 9: 25 Au 



.L'olden Dundas Porterueld, Tynemouth , 1 Aug. 91 

George Webster, Rl. Magazine Fort, Dublin j 1 Aug. 9) 

Edward Dawson, Tower of London j 1 Aug. 91 

Captains. 

Henry Bowman, 11 Devonport 

Walter Osborne, Chatham 

Arthur Bruce Chamberlin, Woolwich 

Edw. Turner, Adj .Carmarthen Art.(W.Div.)i Oct. 9 

Richard Price, Harwich 

William Pickup, Dover 

William Henry Popplestone, Falmouth 

John Henry Chinn, Edinburgh 

George Arthur Cecil Digby Wingueld, Gosport .. 

Inspectors of Ordnance Machinery. 
Frederick Lane, Army Ordnance Department, "} 

Portsmouth (Or. Mr. 24 Jan. 85) ) 

Robert Leaver Clark, Army Ordnance Department. '1 

Mauritius (Qr.Mr. 24 Jan. 85) J 

Wm. Edwd. Donohue, Army Ordnance Depart- ') 

rnent, Gibraltar [Qr.Mr. 14 Apr. 86) j' 

Hubert Rudd, Army Ordnance Department, Tyne- \ 

mouth (Qr.2Ir. 31 July 89) j 

Denis Paul, Army Ordnance Department, Singapore 
Henry James Shiprnan, Army Ordnance Depart-'i 

ment, Devonport > 

Frederick William Alexander Brown, Army"/ 

Ordnance Department, Cork ) 

Lieutenants. 

John Russell. Fault Foint 

Robert Montgomery Laird, 12 Malta 

; William Paine Furner, Cork 

Thomas Young Osmond, 13 Great Yarmouth.. 



I 1 Aug. 91 
j 1 Aug. 91 

I 1 Aug. 91 
1 Aug. 91 

j 1 Aug. 91 

! 1 Aug. 91 

j Aug. 91 

1 Aug. 91 

1 Aug. 91 

1 Aug. 91 
1 Aug. 91 
1 Aug. 91 
1 Aug. 91 

II Nov. 91 
11 Nov. 91 

11 Nov. 91 



25 Aug. 77 
9 Sept. 82 
t2 May 83 



2 Juiy 84 

18 Mar. 85 
10 June 8 5 

19 Sept. 85 
7 Nov, 
7 Apr. 8& 

14 Apr. 86 
14 Aug. 86 
14 Aug. 86 



10 June82 
16 Sept. 
24 May 89 
9 Mar. 91 



1 Aug. 91 
1 Aug. 91 
1 Aug. 91 
1 Aug. 91 



1 Aug. 91 
11 Nov. 91 
n Nov. 91 

11 Nov. 91 



Albert Bayspoole, 1 * Adjutant 1 Aberdeenshire Vol.~>\ a, 1(t 

' Artillery, with rank of Captain, 20 June 94 j \ "• 9 r 

j William Parker, Scarborough 1 Aug. 9: 



Michael John Long. Seaforth 

James Richard France Lightowlers, Cape 

Robert Wark, 15 Woolwich 

Archibald 3D Gill, Woolwich 

Joseph Henry Bell Johnston, 1 * 1 Adj. 2 Durham Vol. ) 

Art. with rank of Captain, 1 Feb. 94 j 

Sidney Thomas Smith, Plymouth 

Francis Ckevalley , 16 Adj. 1 Forfar Vol. Art. with \ 

rank of Captain, 16 Feb. 94 J 

John Christian, Adjutant Alderney Militia, with I 

rank of Captain, 11 June 96 J 

William Robson, 19 Woolwich 

William Joseph Beardsley, 20 Cardiff 

Richard Saunders, Adjutant 1 Cumberland Vol. "I 

Art. with rank of Captain, 10 Nov. 96 j 

George Clark, Halifax, If.S. 



William Richard Arnold, Adjuta.it 1 Banff Volun-') 

teer Artillery, with rank of Captain, 15 Aug. 93... j 

Henry George William Jennison, Devonport 

Thomas Lacey, 23 Adjutant 1 Essex Vol. Art. with "> 

rank of Captain, 20 Nov. 96 ) 

George Neal, Adjutant, 6 Lancashire Vol. Artillery ~i 

with rank of Captain, 1 May 93 j 

Robert Clarke, Wewharen 

John Rowley , 21 Adjutant l Rangoon Volunteer ArtiU > 

lery, with rank of Captain. 10 Nov. 93 .) 

Andrew Renton Malcolm, Portsmouth 

Thos. Hy.Edw. Anderson, Royal J rsenal, Woolwich 

John Andrews Williams, Aberdeen 

William Campbell Mason, 22 Gravesend 



1 Aug. 9 
1 Aug. 91 
1 Aug. 91 
1 Aug. 91 

1 Aug. 91 

1 Aug. 91 

1 Aug. 91 

1 Aug. 9 c 

1 Aug. 91 
1 Aug. 91 

1 Aug. 91 

1 Aug. 91 

1 Aug. 91 

27 Jan. 92 



9 Mar. 91 
9 Mar. 9 1 

14 Apr. 91 
2 Sept. 91 
2 Sept. 91 

23 Aug. 92 

23 Aug. 92 

24 Apr. 95 
24 Apr. 95 

1 Aug. 91 

1 Aug. 

1 Aug. 91 

31 July 9 
11 Nov. 97 
11 Nov. 97 

11 Nov. 97 



19 May 89 
22 June 9 r 
24 Apr. 95 

20 Dec. 95 



8 Sept. 86 
20 July 87 
12 May 88 
12 May 88 

24 Apr, 

24 Apr. 89 
24 Apr. 
10 Aug. 
10 Aug. 
q Oct. 

4 Dec. 89 

30 Apr. 90 

30 Apr. 90 

2 Au"- no U Ca Ptain Bowman served 
°' 9 in the Egyptian war of 1882, 



2 Au, 
27 Aug. 90 

8 Oct. 90 

25 July 91 

25 July 91 

27 Jan. 92 



27 Jan. 92 27 Jan. 92 

10 Aug. 92 
14 Dec. 92 
•9 Aug. 93 
19 Aug. 93 



3 Feb. 94 
3 Feb. 94 
17 Feb. 94 



10 Aug. 92 
14 Dec. 02 
19 Aug. 93 

19 Aug. 93 
3 Feb. 94 
3 Feb. 94 

17 Feb. 94 



Inspectors of Ordnance Machinery. 

GeorgeMilnes, Bombay |n Nov. 91 

OsraiBrown, Kurrachee jn Nov. 91 

William Lawrence Imrie, Aden " Nov. 91 

John Richard Coll&cotl, Army Ord. Dept. Jamaica. . .;iS May 92 
Edward Hea.ton Robinson, Army Ordnance De- ) :,g jj av q , 

partmenf, Malta j j 

Charles Wallace Everett, Army Ordnance De- ) 1 . \r a _ 

parlment, Halifax, N.S j * ' Vd 

John James Truscott, Barrackpore 4 Mar. 93 

John Grute, Army Ordnance Departmeat, Ceylon ...A 4 Mar. 93 
Percy George Davies, Army Ordnance Depart-~)\ J£ar 

ment, Hong Kong j 

Henry Alfred Marshall, Rangoon 4 Mar. 93 

Arthur John Last, Army Ordnance Department,} 6 Mav 93 

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n Nov. 91 
11 Nov. 91 
11 Nov. 91 
18 May 92 



90 and was present at the battle 
of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in 
despatches, Medal with Clasp, 
and Khedive's Star). 

12 Lieut. Laird served in the 
Egyptian war in 1882, and was 
present in the action at Kas- 
sasin on the 9th September — 
severely wounded (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal, and 
Khedive's Star). 

13 Lieut. Osmond served in 
the Egyptian war of 1882, and 
was present at the battle of 
Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp , 
and Khedive's Star). 

14 Lieut. Bayspoole served 
in the Egyptian war of 1882 
(Medal, and Khedive's Star). 

2i Lieut. T. Lacey served in 
the Afghan war of 1378-80. 
Served with the Burmese Ex- 
pedition in i8S5-87(Medal with 
Clasp). 



18 May 92 

4 Mar. 93 

4 Mar. 93 
4 Mar. 93 

4 Mar. 93 

4 Mar. 93 

6 May 93 



War Services of District Officers. 19 1-2 

1 Major Richey served in the second phase of the Ashanti -war in 1874 (Medal). 

15 Lieut. Wark served iu the Afghan war of 1878-80 (Medal). 

16 Captain Johnston served throughout the Afghan war of 1878-80 with the Royal Horse Artillery, and was pre- 
sent at the capture of the Peiwar Kotal, in the engagement at Charasiab on the 6th October 1879, and in the 
operations around Cabul in December 1879 including the engagement at Killa Khazi and the investment of Sher- 
pore (Medal with three Clasps). 

18 Lieut. Chevalle.y served in the Afghan war of 187S-80 (Medal). 

19 Lieut. Robson served throughout the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present in the engagements at Saif-u- 
deen, Ahmed Kheyl, and Urzoo near Ghuznee (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Soudan campaign in 1885, and. 
was present in the engagement at Hasheen (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

2U Lieut. Beardsley served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 (Medal). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882, and 
was present in the engagements at El Magfar, Tel-el-Mahuta, Mahsama, and Kassasin, and at the battle of 
Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

21 Captain Rowley served in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and was present at the assault of Zawa (Medal). 
Served with the Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition in 1881. Served in the Egyptian war of i832, and was present 
at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp). 

22 Lieut. Mason served in the Zulu war in 1879, and took part in the pursuit of King Cetewayo (Medal). 



War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 

1 The Duke of Cambridge commanded the 1st Division of the Eastern Army throughout the campaign of 1854, 
including the battles of the Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (horse shot), and siege of Sebastopol (mentioned in 
despatches, received the tbanks of the House of Commons, Medal with four Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

2 Sir Collingwood Dickson served on the staff of Lord Raglan during the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, and was 
present at the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, 
expedition to Kertch, and siege of Sebastopol (wounded 4th Feb. 1855) ; commanded the right siege train, and was 
present at the bombardments of 17th October, 9th April, and 17th June (Medal with four Clasps. CB., Aide de Camp 
to the Queen and Colonel, Victoria Cross, Officer of the Legion of Honor, 2nd Class of the ivledjidie, and Turkish 
Medal) : was awarded the jrJCjn "for having, on the 17th October 1854, when the batteries of the Right Attack 
had run short of powder, displayed the greatest coolness and contempt of danger in directing the unloading of 
several waggons of the field battery which were brought up to the trenches to supply the want, and having 
personally assisted in carrying the powder barrels under a severe fire from the enemy.'' He is also a Knight of 
Charles the Third, 1st Class St. Fernando, and Knight of Isabella the Catholic. 

6 Sir Charles D'Agjiilar served the Crimean campaign from September 1854 to March 1855, including the battle 
of Inkerman (horse shot) and siege of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardment of 
17th October (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps, Erevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, CB., 5th Class of 
the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served the Indian campaign of 1857-58, and commanded the Artillery of Gen- 
eral Franks' Force at the action of Secundra, also commanded the Royal Horse Artillery at the siege and capture 
of Lucknow (three times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

7 Sir John Miller Adye served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Assist. Adjt. General of Royal Artillery, and 
was presentattheaffairsof Bulganac andM'Kenzie's Farm, thebattlesof Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, capture 
of Balaklava Castle, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, CB., Commander ofthe Legion of B onor, 
4th Class ofthe Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in 1857-58 as Assist. Adjt. General of Royal Artillery, 
and was present at the action of PandooNuddee 26th Nov., operations before Cawnpore under General Windham, 
27th 28th and 29th Nov., battle of Cawnpore and defeat of the Gwalior Contingent 6th Dec. 1857 (three times men- 
tioned in despatches, Medal). Employed on special service with the expedition of 1863 against the tribes on the 
North-West Frontier of India, and was present at the storm of Laloo, capture of Umbeylah, and destruction of 
Mulkah (Medal with Clasp). Served as Chief of the Staff in the Egyptian war of 1882, with the rank of General, 
and was present at the engagements of Tel-el-Mahuta, Kassasin (9th Sept.), and in the battle of Tel-el-Kebir 
(twice mentioned in despatches, received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, GCB., Medal with Clasp, 
Grand Cross ofthe Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). 

9 Sir Michael Biddulph served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, 
Balaklava, and Inkeionan, and siege and fall of Sebastopol; served as an Assistant Engineer in the trenches 
and as Director General of Submarine Telegraphs in the Black Sea (mentioned in despatches, Brevets of Major and 
Lt.Colonel, Medal with fourClasps, Knight ofthe Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
During the Afghan war in 1878-79 he commanded the Quetta Field Force and the 2nd Division of the Candahar 
Field Force, and was present at the occupation of Candahar and in the engagement at Khushk-i-Nakhud ; after- 
wards commanded theThull Chotiali Field Force (mentioned in despatches, received the thanks of both Houses 
of Parliament, ECB., and Medal). (See also Civil Decorations for Gallantrv, " Halt's Annual Army List," p. 786.] 

10 General Hon. Sir D. M. Eraser served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of Inkerman 
and siege of Sebastopol (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie and Turkish Medal). 
Commanded a Troop of Royal Horse Artillery in the action at Hyderghur 29th Nov. 1858, defeat of a rebel force 
at Bujeedia, capture of Fort Mujeedia, and action at Bankee (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal, and CB.). Served in 
the Afghan war in 1878-79, and took part in the second expedition to the Bazar Valley under Lieut. General 
Maude (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

11 General Yates served iu the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the affair at M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of 
Alma and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol , and repulse of the sortie on the 26th October 1854 (mentioned in des- 
patches, Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 
Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, present at the action of Secundra, commanded a troop of Horse Artillery 
at the siege and capture of Luckn ow, and commanded the Artillery at the occupation of Fyzabad and in the action 
at Sultanpore on the nth August 1858, and was present at several minor affairs throughout the Oude campaign 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

12 Lt. General E. A. Williams commanded the Royal Artillery in New Zealand in 1864-66 during the Waikato, 
Tauranga and Wanganui campaigns, and was present at Rangiawbia, Haerini, Gate Pah, Nukumaru, and several 
minor affairs (twice mentioned in despatches, CB., and Medal). 

13 Lt.General G. V. Johnson served in the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, including the siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

14 General Pipon served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's 
Farm, the Battles of Alma and Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, 
Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class ofthe Medjidie). 

15 Sir Charles George Arbuthnot served in the Crimean war from May 1855, including the siege and fall of 
Seoastopol, in the Trenches with the siese train, and at the bombardment of 6th and 17th June— twice wounded 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 5th Class ofthe Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
Served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and commanded the expedition against the Wuzeeree Khngianis. Also 
commanded a Moveable Column in the operations in the Hissarik and Lughman Valleys (mentioned in despatches, 
XCB., and Medal). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 18S7 in chief command of the forces (received the 
thanks ofthe Government of India, mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

16 General F. W. Hastings served in the Crimean campaign from May 1855, including the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardments of 6th and 17th June (Brevet of 
Major, Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

L 



T Q3 War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 

17 Sir Henry Smyth served in the Crimean campaign from June 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebasto- 
pol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

;8 Sir Robert Biddulph served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and 
Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and expedition to Kertch (Medal with three Clasps, Turkish Medal, and 5th 
Class of the Medjidie) . Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Kalee Nuddee, siege and 
capture of Lucknow (as D.A.Q.M.General of Artillery), action of Jamo (as Brigade Major to the Field Force), and 
affair of Daoodpoore. Served as D.A.Adjutant General of the Oude Force under Sir Hope Grant from Oct. 1858 
and was present in the operations in the Byswarra district, passage of the Gogra, and various actions on the 
Nepaul frontier, also operations there in 1850 terminating in the forcing of the Jerwah Pass (several times men- 
tioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp) . Served as Military Secretary with the expedition to China in i860, and 
was present at Sinho, Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Brevet of 
Major, Medal with two Clasps). ' Was promoted Brevet Lt. Colonel for services in India. 

l > Lieut. General G. Le M. Tupper served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battlps of Balaklava 
and Inkerman (wounded), the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th October, 1S54 
(Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

20 Sir Henry Brackenbury served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the action of Banda and capture of 
Kirwee (Medal with Clasp). In the Franco-German war of 1870-71 was attached by the Government to the service of 
the British National Society for Aid to the Sick and Wounded, and was present with the armies till the conclusion 
of the Armistice. For his services in this capacity he was appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor by special 
decree of the French Government of National Defence, was made a Knight of the First Class of the Royal Bavarian 
Order of St. Michael, and received the Iron Cross, from the Emperor of Germany. Accompanied Sir Garnet 
Wolseley to the Gold Coast in September 1873 as Assistant Military Secretary, and served throughout the Ashanti 
war of 1873-74, including the action of Essamen, relief of Abrakrampa, battle of Amoaful, battle of Ordahsu and 
capture of Coomassie (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). In 1875 was further rewarded 
with the Brevet of Lt. Colonel on return from special service with Sir Garnet Wolseley in Natal. Served as Military 
Secretary to Sir Garnet Wolseley in the latter part of the Zulu war, and throughout the operations against 
Sekukuni in 1879, being present at the storming of the stronghold. Performed the duties of Chief of the Staff in 
South Africa from the 20th Sept. 1879 to the 7th Feb. 1880 (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp). 
Served in the Soudan campaign in 1S85 under Lord Wolseley as Deputy Adjutant and Quarter Master General, 
a,nd was present in the engagement at Kirbekan (mentioned in despatches) ; after the death of Major General 
Earle he commanded the Nile Column (mentioned in despatches, promoted Major General for distinguished 
service in the field. Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star). 

21 Sir Robert John Hay served as Assistant Adjutant General of Arlillerj'withthe expedition to China in!iS6o, and 
was present at Sinho, Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Brevet 
of Major, Medal with two Clasps). 

22 Sir W. H. Goodenough served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Pandoo 
Nuddee, siege and capture of Lucknow, attack and capture of Fort Birwah — severely wounded (three times 
mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 in command 
of the Royal Artillery, and was present at the engagements of El Magf'ar, Tel-el-Mahuta, Kassasin (9th Sept.), and 
in the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (twice mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp, 2nd Class of the Medjidie, and 
Khedive's Star). 

23 Sir William Stirling served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of 
Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava and Inkerman, the siege and fall of Sebastopol, 
and repulse of the sortie on the 26th Oct. 1854 (Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honcr, and 
Turkish Medal). Served as Brigade Major of Artillery with Eajpootana Field Force at the capture of Kotah on 
30th March 1858 (Medal, and Brevet of Major). Served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at 
Sinho, actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Afghan war in 1878-79, 
and was present at the capture of the Peiwar Kotal (CB., and Medal with Clasp). 

25 Lieut. General Forster served as Aide de Camp to Major General Pratt during the New Zealand war of 
1860-61 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal), 

26 Major General King served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55. including the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's 
Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, repulse of the sortie on the 26th Oct. 
1854, and was Aide de Camp to General Markham at the final assault of the Redan on the 8thSeptember (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). 

27 Sir Edwin Markham served the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to January 1855, including tne affair of 
M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Alma andlnkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th Oct. 1854 
(Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal) . Served in India in 1858, and was 
present at the action of Secundra on 23rd Jan. (Medal). 

30 Maior General H. be G. Geary served in the Crimean campaign from May 1855, in the Trenches with ths siege 
train at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and bombardments of the 6th and 17th June and 17th August (Medal with 
Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the field during the Indian mutiny from 
October 1858 to 1859 in the Jugdespore district, and with Sir Hope Grant's and Gorruckpore FieldForces. Served 
throughout the Abyssinian campaign from 1st January 1868 as Brigade Major of Artillery and was present at 
the action of Arogee and capture of Magdala (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

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

31 Major General S.J. Nicholson 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 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, 
Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Scar). 

37 Major General J. B. Richardson was present with three Batteries of Royal Artillery under Colonel M'Crea in the 
revolution which upset the Emperor Fausti in Hayti in Jan. 1859 ; landed and protected the Europeans at Port au 
Prince, and carried off the Emperor, his family and ministers; received the thanks of the English and French 
Governments. 

*o Colonel N. L. Walford served in the Egyptian war of 1S82 (Medal, and Khedive's Star). 

*i Colonel A. E. Turner served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General, 
Intelligence Department, Head Quarters Staff, and was present in the engagement at Abu Klea (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star). 

* 2 Colonel J. R. Slade served throughout the Afghan war of 1878-80, and took part in the Bazar Valley Ex- 
pedition under Lt. General Maude, and as Adjutant of Royal Artillery with the Peshawur Valley Field Force under 
Lt.GeneralS. Browne (mentioned in despatches). Afterwards served with the Candahar Field Force, and was 
present at the affair on the Helmund with the Wali's mutineers, in the engagement at Maiwand (where he com- 
manded the Artillery after the death of Major Blackwood), at the siege of Candahar, and at the battle of Can- 
dahar (several times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

« Major General F. T. Lloyd served in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, and Khedive's Star) ; served with the 
Soudan Expedition under Sir Gerald Graham in 1884 in command of the Royal Artillery, and was present in the 
engagements at El Teb and Temai (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, two Clasps). Served during 
the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as Commandant at Assiout (mentioned in despatches, CB., and Clasp). 
** Major General H. C. Lewes served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 (Medal). 

45 Maior General Bundle served in the Zulu war of 1879 with Wood's Flying Column, and was present with the 
GatliW Battery in the engagement at Hlundi imentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp) . Served with the Field 
Artillery in the Boer war of 1881, and took part in the defence of Potchefstroom (slightly wounded). Served with 
the Field Artillery m the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, 
and Khedive's Star). Served during the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 on special employ with Bedouin Tribes 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, Clasp); with the Soudan Frontier Field Force 
in 1885-87 including the engagements at Giniss (3rd Class of the Osmanieh) and Sarras in command of Mounted 
Corps and as Assistant Adjutant General (mentioned in despatches, DSO.) ; and in the operations on the Soudan 
frontier in 1889 including the engagement at Toski (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Clasp), Served 



War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 194 

■with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1896 as Chief of the St'iBT, including; the 
engagement at Firket and the operations at Haflr (mentioned in despatches, promoted to be Major General for 
distinguished service in the field, Khedive's -Medal with two Clasps). 

46 Major General Pretyinan served throughout the Afghan war of 1878-80 ; was Aide de Camp to Sir Frederick 
Roberts from November 1878 to November 1879, and was present at the capture of the Peiwar Kotai and in all 
the operations in the Kooruin and Khost Vaileys (mentioned in despatches) ; took part in the advance on and 
occupation of Cabnlin 1879. and was present in the engagement at Charasiah (mentioned in despatches) ; was 
reappointed Aide de Camp Sir Frederick Roberts in March 1880, and accompanied him in the march to Candahar, 
and was present at the battle of Candahar (mentioned in despatches, Brevets of Major and Lieut. Colonel, Medal 
with three Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). Served with the Isazai Expedition in 1892 in command of the isfc 
Brigade. 

i0 Major General T. M. Hazlerigg served in the Afghan war in 1879 (Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

51 Major General Alleyne served m command of the Detachment of Royal Artillery and 7-pounder mountain guns 
which accompanied the Red River Expedition from Canada in 1870. Served in the Zuiu war of 1879, and was pre- 
sent in the engagement at Ulnndi (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served in the 
Egyptian waT of 1882 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General 011 the Lines of Communication 
and Base, and was present in the engagement at Tel-el-Mahuta and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, medalwith Clasp, 4th Class of the Osmanieh. and Khedive's Star). Served with 
the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as Director of River Transport and Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General 
at Head Quarters, and was present at the action at Kirbekan in command of a detached force (twice mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Colonel, two Clasps). 

52 Colonel Rothe served in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and was present at the capture of Ali Musjid as Adjutant 
of Artillery (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

58 Colonel Noyes served with the Royal Artillery in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, and Khedive's Star). 
06 Colonel Holley served with the expedition to the Soudan in 1S84 under Sir Gerald Graham, and was 
present in the engagement at Temai (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Cclonel, Medal with Clasp, and 
Khedive's Star). 

67 Lt.Colonel E. R. Files served with the Looshai Expedition in 1871-72 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Egyp- 
tian war of 1882 as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General Indian Contingent, and was present 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 with the Hazara Expedition in 1888 as Assistant Quarter Master General (mentioned in despatches, 
Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Clasp). 

72 Major General Stewart served as Adjutant Royal Artillery in the Hazara campaign in 1868 against the tribes on 
the Black Mountain (mentioned in despatches, Medal). Served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 as Assistant Quarter 
Master General 2nd Division Candahar Field Force (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal). Served 
with the expedition to the Soudan in 1885 as Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General to the Indian Con- 
tingent, and was present in the engagements at Hasheen and the Tofrek zereba, and at the destruction of Temai 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with two Clasps, and Khedive's Star). 

71 Major General A. G. Yeatman-Biggs served against the Taeping rebels at Shanghai in 1862, and was present 
at the recapture of Kahding. Served as D.A.A. and Q.M. General in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1879, and as 
Staff Officer to the Lydenburg Column in the operations against Sekukuni, and was present at the storming of the 
stronghold (Brevet of Major, Medalwith Clasp). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Brigade Major of Royal 
Artillery (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal, 4th Class of the Osmanieh, and Khedive's Star). 
76 Colonel J. F. Brough served with the Looshai Expedition in 1871-72 (Medal with Clasp). Also served in the 
Afghan war in 1878-79 (Medal). Served with the Soudan Frontier Field Forcein 1385-86 (Medal, and Khedive's Star) . 
8S Brigadier General H. Pipon served in the Afghan war in T879, and was present in the engagement at 
Charasiah on the 6th October 1879, and in the operations round Cabul in December 1879 including the in- 
vestment of Sherpore (mentioned in despatches); accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar, 
and was present at the battle of Candahar (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps, and Bronze 
Decoration) . 

89 Major General J. F. Maurice accompanied Sir Garnet "Wolseley to the Gold Coast in September 1873 on special 
service, and served as his Private Secretary throughout the Ashanti war of 1873-74, including the relief of 
Abrakrampa, battle of Amoaful, capture and destruction of Becquah (as Staff Officer to Colonel M'Leod), battle of 
Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie (several times mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served as 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General in the operations against Sekukuni in 1879, and was pre- 
sent at the storming of the stronghold — severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal 
with Clasp). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General on 
the Head Quarters Staff, and was present at the engagements of El Magfar, Tel-el-Mahuta, and Kassasin 
(9th September), 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 during the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as Com- 
mandant at Assiout and at Abu Fatmeh (mentioned in despatches, Brevet cf Colonel, Clasp). 

90 Colonel T. R. Disney served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from the 6thFeb. 186S, and was present at 
the fall of Magdala (Medal). 

91 Major General R. Wace served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present in the engagement at Baghao 
(mentioned in despatches) ; took part in the march to Candahar with the force under Major General Phayre 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal). 

94 Colonel W. F. de H. Curtis served with a Steel Mountain Battery throughout the Abyssinian campaign 
from the 1st Jan. 1868 and was present at the capture of Magdala (Medal). 

95 Colonel J. C. Dalton served in the Afghan war in 1880 with the force under Major General Phayre in 
Southern Afghanistan (Medal). 

121 Colonel R. Corbett served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present at the attack and capture of Ali 
Musjid and in the engagement at Ahmed Kheyl — dangerously wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Major, Medal with two Clasps) . 
' l30 Colonel J. F. Bally served in the Zulu war in 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 

134 Colonel E. Ls.ke, Lt.Colonels E. B. Coke, C. J. Long. J. W. H. Potts, and J. M'Donnell, Majors T. V. 
"W. Phillips, F. R. Thackeray, J. C. Marston, and F. B. Jackson served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 
(Medal). 

139 Colonel J. M. Tabor served in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir 
(Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

142 Colonel Blaksley served in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and took part in the march to Candaharwith the 
force under Major General Phayre (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

114 Lt.Colonel A. F, Fletcher served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 (Medal). 

145 Lt.Colonel P. K. L. Beaver served in the Afghan war of 1878-80 (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

146 Colonel A. Broadfoot served with the Bhootan Expedition in 1865 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the 
Abyssinian campaign from February 1868 (Medal). Served in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and was present at the 
attack and capture of Ali Musjid, in the engagement at Charasiah on the 6th October 1879, in ttie advance to 
Cabul under Brigadier General Gough (twice mentioned in despatches), and in the engagement at Shekabad 
(mentionedin despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps). Also served with the MahsoodWuzeeree Ex- 
pedition in i88r. Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1885-86 (Clasp). 

150 Colonel W. Hunter served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85, and was present in the engagement at 
Abu Klea on the 1 6th and 17th February 1885 (mentionedin despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Meoal with Clasp, 
and Khedive's Star). 

157 Colonel J. J. Congdon served in the Soudan campaign in 1885, and was present at the destruction of 
Temai (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

163 Colonel H. H. Crookenden served in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at Ulundi 
(Medal with Clasp). 

184 Colonel J. R. S. O. Hewitt served with the Burmese Expedition in 1S85-86 (Medal with Clasp). 

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195 War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 

105 Colonel N. Powlett, Lt.Colonels J. Leach, G. D. Fanshawe and F. 31. Banister, Majors H. G. Weir, P. Salt- 
marshe, E. H. Plckwoad, F. L. Cunliffe, E. C. F. Holland, and F. G. Stone served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 
(Medal). 

166 Colonel A. B. Stopford served in the Afghan war of 1878-80 as a Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General 
(Medal). 

167 Lt. Colonel W. W. M. Smith served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 (Medal). 

170 Colonels S. G. Smyth and J. A. F. Nutt, Lt.Colonel W. H. Suart, Majors J. M. S. Brunker, M. 0. Hopkins, 
H. O. Piers, G. G. Simpson, S. G. D.Smith, W. St. P. Bunbury.sN. S. Ogilvie, and.G. Osborn served in the 
Afghan war in 1880 (Medal). 

172 Colonel G. B. N. Martin served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Aided e Camp to Brigadier General Goodenough, 
Commanding Roya' Artillery, and was present 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 with the Nile Expedition in 
1884-85 on special duty with the boats, and was present at the action of Kirbekan (two Clasps). Served with the 
Burmese Expedition in 18S6 (Medal with Clasp). 

174 Lt.Colonel A. E. Dutby served in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and was present at the attack and capture of Ali 
Musjid and in the engagement at Nargishai ; accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar, and 
was present at the battle of Candahar (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). 

176 Lt.Colonel CM. H. Downing served in Abyssinia from the 29th Dec. 1867 to Feb. 1868 (Medal). Served in the 
Afghan war in 1878-79 (Medal). 

177 Lt.Colonel W. W. Smith served with the Royal Horse Artillery in the Afghan war in 1878-79 (Medal). 

179 Colonel W. Aitken served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present in the affair at Jhandola (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal). Also served with the Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition in 1881. Served with the Burmese 
Expedition in 1886-S7 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). Served with the 
Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895, first in command of Royal Artillery Divisional Troops, and 
afterwards in command of the Royal Artillery with the force (mentioned in despatches, CB., and Medal with. 
Clasp). 

182 Lt.Colonel W. G. Knox served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from the 13th Dec. iS67,and was stationed 
at Addigerat with the two guns there (Medal) . Served throughout the second phase of the Ashanti war from the 
17th Dec. 1873 with Rait's Artillery, including the capture of Borborassie, battle of Amoaful, battle of Ordahsu 
and capture of Coomassie (Medal with Clasp) . Served in the Afghan war of 187S-79, first as Orderly Officer to the 
officer commanding Royal Artillery, and afterwards as Adjutant, and was present at the assault and capture of 
Ali Musjid (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Transvaal in the operations against Sekukuni in 1879, and com- 
manded the artillery in the attack on the stronghold (mentionedin despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

187 Lt.Colonel Hay served in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (men- 
tioned in despatches, Brevet Jf Major, Meill with Clasp, 4! 1 Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). 

189 Lt.Colonel H. T. S. Yates served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 in command of the Jlorthern Shan 
Column (mentionedin despatches, Brevet ofLt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

m Lt.Colonel H. T. Curling served in the Kafir war in 1878-79, and in the Zulu war of 1879, including the en- 
gagement at Isandhlwana (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Afghan war in 1880 (Medil). 

192 Lt.Colonel R. Purdy served in the Jowaki Afreedee Expedition in 1877-7S (Medal with Clasp). Served in the 
Afghan war of 1878- 80, and was present at the attack and capture of Ali Musjid and in the operations round Cabiil 
in December 1879 (Medal with two Clasps). 

193 Lt.Colonel W. J. Fowler served in the Kafir war in 1877-78 (Medal with Clasp). 

195 Lt.Colonel Lugard served in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present in the engagement at Ahmed Kheyl 
mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, Meda? with Clasp). Also served with the Mahsood Wuzeeree Expe- 
dition in 188 1. Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

197 Colonel W. M. Campbell served in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and was present during the operations round 
Cabul in December 1879 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Also served with the Mahsood Wuzeeree 
Expedition in 188 1. 

198 Lt.Colonel F. O. B. Foote served in the Afghan war in 1880 (Medal). Served as Deputy Assistant Adjutant 
and Quarter Master General at the base of operations at Alexandria in the Egyptian war of 1882 (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). 

199 Lt.Colonel Bingham served in the Soudan campaign in 1885, and was present in the engagement at Hasheem 
and at the destruction of Temai (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

201 Lt.Colonel E. H. Walker served in the Egyptian war of 1882, ami was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir 
(Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). 

202 Lt.Colonel C. M. Western served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 (Medal). Served in the Boer war of 1881. 

204 Lt.Colonel W. L. Davidson served in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at TJlundi — 
slightly wounded (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Ciasp). Served in the Afghan war in 1880 (Medal). 

i(li Sir Arthur Bigge served in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at Kambula (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

210 Lt.Colonel Hepburne served in the expedition against the Jowaki Afreedees in 1877-78 (Medal with Clasp). 
Served in the Afghan war in 187S-79, and was present at the attack and capture of Ali Musjid and in the engage- 
ment at Futtehabad (Medal with Clasp). 

211 Lt.Colonel J. W. T. Spencer served in the Boer war of 1881 with the Natal Field Force. 

216 Lt.Colonel Monck-Mason served in Perak with the Indian Column under Brigadier General Ross from 
November 1875 to February 1876) Medal with Clasp). 

217 Lt.Colonel Eustace served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, first as Adjutant of Royal Artillery in Southern 
Afghanistan, and afterwards as Aide de Camp to Sir Donald Stewart, Commanding the Forces in Northern 
Afghanistan (Medal). 

219 Lt.Colonel J. V. V. Baker serv;d m the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir 
(Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

220 Lt.Colonel ,T. K. Trotter served with the Bechuanaland Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 1884-83 in the 
Intelligence Department and as Commissioner in Stellaland. 

224 Lt.Colonel C. C. Rich.— See Civil Decorations for Gallantry, "Hart's Annual Army List," p. 786. 

225 Lt.Colonels J. J. Swinton and F. H. Hall, Majors T. H. J. Woodrow, and R. E. Boothby served in the Afghan- 
war of 1878- 8o(Medal). 

226 Lt Colonel N. P. Fowell served in the Afghan war in 1879-80, took part in the defence of Candahar, and was- 
present in the engagement at Maiwand (severely wounded) and at the battle of Candahar (Medal with Ciasp). 

228 Lt.Colonel H. W. Brackenbury served in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present at the capture of the 
Peiwar Kotal and in the engagement at Charasiah on the 6th October 1879 (Medal with two Clasps). 

229 Lt.Colonel R. W. P. Robertson served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present in tue engagement at 
Baghao (mentioned in despatches, Medal) . 

230 Lt.Colonel H. V. Hunt served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 (Medal). [See also Civil Decorations for Gallantry, 
" Hart's Annual Army List," p. 786.] 

232 Lt.Colonel A. N. Rochfort served in the Soudan campaign in 18S5 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, 
Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

235 Lt.Colonel Woods served in the Egyptian war of 1S82, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal 
with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

240 Lt.Colonel Dean Pitt served in the Afghan war as Orderly Officer to Brigadier General Phayre from January 
to August 1879, and subsequently to the battle of Candahar in 1880 with the Royal Horse Artillery (Medal). 

243 Lt.Colonel Newbigging served in the Bechuanaland Expedition under Sir Charles Warren in 1884-85 witb 
the Mounted Rifles. 

245 Lt.Colonel H. H. Pengree served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 (Medal). 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). 

246 Lt.Colonel R, A.C.King served in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present in the engagement at Baghao- 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal). Served throughout the Hazara Expedition in 1888 including the advance to 
Thakot and Allai (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 



War Services oj the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 196 

247 Lt. Colonel Challenor served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 with the Candahar Column under Sir Donald 
Stewart (Medal). 

248 Lt. Colonel F. A. Bowles served with the Hazara Expedition in 1S91 in command of No. 9 Mountain Battery, 
Royal Artillery (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp) ; and with the Isazai Field Force in 1892. 

2W Major E. C. Wace served with the expedition against the Jowaki Afreedees in 1877-73 (Medal with Clasp). 
Served in the Afghan war of 187S-80, and was present at the attack and capture of Adi Musjid, with the expedition 
into the Lughman Valley, and in the advance to Cabul under Brigadier General Charles Gough (Medal with two 
Clasps). Strved with the Burmese Expedition in 1885-87 ; wasin command of the Hazara Mountain Battery until 
April 1886 ; was present in the engagement at Nyoungoo-Mingyan, at the surrenderor" Mandalay, in the expedi- 
tion to Bhamo (slightly wounded), Mogoung, and against the Kachins on the Chinese Frontier, and in the 
•engagement at Clionng Pang (mentioned in despatches, DSO., and Medal with Cla*p). 

251 Lt. Colonel E. M. Baker served in the Afghan war of 1&78-80, and took part in the advance to Candahar and 
Khelat-i-Ghilzie ; accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar, and was present at the battle of 
Candahar (Medal with Clasp, and Bronze Decoration). 

252 Colonel Slade served in the latter part of the Kafir war of 7878, and afterwards in the operations against 
Sekukuni in 1878, including the storming of Tolyana's Stadt. Commanded a division of a field battery, and acted 
as Ordnance Officer to the Transvaal Field Force throughout the operations. Served throughout the Zulu war of 
1879 with Wood's Flying Column, and was present at the engagements of Zungin Nek, Kambula (horse shot) - 
and Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Boer war of 188 1 as Aidede Camp to Major 
General Sir Evelyn Wood. Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Aide de Camp to Major General Sir Evelyn 
Wood, Commanding the 4th Brigade (Medal, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served with the 
Soudan Expedition under Sir Gerald Graham in 1884 in the Intelligence Department, and was present in the en- 
gagements at El Teb and Temai (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, two Clasps). Served with the Nile 
Expedition in 1884-85 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General, Intelligence Department, and was present at the action 
of Kirbekan (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, twoClasps). 

253 Lt.Colonel M. W. Saunders served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 (Medal). Served with the B'irmese Expedition 
in 18S5-87 (reentionedin despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

253 Lt.Colonel H. P. Willcugbl y served in the Afghan war of 1878-80. first as Commissary of Ordnance 2nd 
Division Southern Afghanistan Field Force, and afterwards in charge of the Ordnance Field "ark. Koorum Valley 
Field Force (Medal). 

257 Major Thring served in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the action at Kassasin on the gth 
September, and atthe battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal withClasp, and Khedive's Star). 

258 Majors A. H. Callwell and C. E. Jervois, Captains L. D. Jackson, J. W. Ormiston, M. S. C. Campbell, 
and E. D. C. Cameron served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 (Medal with Clasp). 

259 Colonel Wodehouse served in the Zulu warof 1879, and was present inthe engagement at Ulundi (Medal with 
Clasp). Served with the Royal Horse Artillery in the Afghan war in 1880, and was present in the engagement at 
Charasiah on the 25th April (mentioned in despatches, Medal). Served inthe Soudan Expedition under Sir Gerald 
Graham in 1884, and was present in the engagements at El Teb and Temai (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of 
Major, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star) . Served in the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 with the Egyptian Army, 
and was present in the action of Kirbekan (two Clasps) ; with the Soudan Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 
including the engagement at Giniss (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 3rd Class of the Medjidie) ; 
and in the operations on the Soudan frontier in 1889 including the engagements at Arguin and Toski (mentioned 
in despatches, CB., Clasp, and 2nd Class of the Medjidie). Nominated to the 2nd Class of the Osmanieh for 
services with the Egyptian Army. 

262 Major E. N. Henriques served with a detachment of Royal Artillery in Sunghie TJjong throughout the 
operations in Perak in 1875-77 (Medal with Clasp). 

203 Lt.Colonel J. W. Murray served with the expedition to Ashanti under Sir Francis Scott in 1895 as 
Assistant Adjutant General on the Lines of Communication (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Star). 

265 Major Mansel co mm anded the Artillery with the Naga Expeditionary Force under Brigadier General Nation 
in 187Q-80, and was present at the storming of Konoma (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served in 
the Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition m 1881. Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-8-' with the Shan Column 
(mentioned in despatches, two Clasps). 

266 Major E. A. Smith served with the JowaH Afreedee Expedition in 78^7-78 (Medal with Clasp). Served in 
the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present in the engagements at Matoon r nd Lataband (mentioned in despatches), 
and in the operations round Cabul in December 1879; accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Can- 
dahar, and was present at the battle of Candahar (mentioned in despatches. Medal with two Clasps, and Bronze 
Decoration). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1888-80 (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, and 
Clasp). 

267 Major A. H. Hewat served in the Afghan war in 1870-80, and was present in the engagement at Ali Bogban 
(Medal). y ' 

268 Lt.ColonelJ. D. Cunningham served with the Zhob Valley Expedition in 1884 (mentioned m despatches). 
Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp) ; with the Sikkim 
Expedition in 18S8 (Clasp); with the Miranzai Expedition in 1891 under Sir W. Lockhart, in command of the 
Artillery of the Force until the arrival of Lt.Colonel de Lautour (mentioned in despatches, Clasp) ; and with the 
Isazai Expedition in 1892. Served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 in command of three 
Batteries of Artillery including the storming of the Malakand Pass (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 
Medal with Clasp). 

269 Major H. J. Lyster served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the 
march to Candahar, and was present at the battle of Candahar (Medal with Clasp, and Bronze Decoration). 
Also served with the Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition in 1881. 

270 Major A. M. Murray served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 (mentioned in despatches. Medal). 

271 Major J. W. Hawkins served with D Battery A Brigade Royal Horse Artillery in the Afghan war of 1878-80 
(Medal). Served with No. 7 Screw-gun Mountain Battery 1st Brigade in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was pre- 
sent at the action at Kassasin (9th September) and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's 
Star). 

272 Major F. M. Bland 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). 

273 Lt.Colonel Pole Penton served in the Afghan war in 1879-80, including the defence of Fort Battye (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal). ... 

277 Major O. S. Smyth served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present at the attack and capture ot AH 
Musjid, with the expedition into the Pazar Valley under Lieut.General Maude (mentioned in despatches), and in tus 
engagement at Jugdulluck ; accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar, and was present at trie 
battle of Candahar (Medal with two Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). Served with the Burmese Expedition m 
1885-86 (mentioned in despatches, DSO., ar.d Medal with Clasp); with the Wnntho Expedition m 180 c in command 
of the Southern Column (mentioned in despatches, Clasp) ; and with the Manipore Expedition in 1891 in com- 
mand of No. 2 Mountain Battery Royal Artillery (mentioned in despatches. Clasp). 

278 Major C. A. Ryan served in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, and Khedive's Star). 

279 Major A. H. C. Phillpotts served in the Afghan war in 1880, and took part in the march to bandanar witn 
the force under Major General Phayre (Medal). . .. „, 

28 ° Major Vaughan Hughes served in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present m the engagement au 
Charasiah on the 6th October 1879, and in the operations round Cabul in December 1879 (Modal witn two wasps). 
Served in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal witn Ulasp, and 
Khedive's Star). 

281 Major W. F. Cleeve served during the war in 1880 in Southern Afghanistan (Medal). 

282 Major E. Gunner served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present, in the engagement at Charasian on 
the 6th October 1879, andin the operations round Cabul in December i87q( Medal with two Clasps). _ 

283 Major Shirres served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present at the capture ot the Peiwar tiotai, ac 
the forcing of the Sapri Pass, in the engagement at Mattoon, at the assault on the Shutargardan (mentioned m 



x 97 War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 

•despatches), in the operations around Cabul including the investment of Sherpore, and with the expedition into 
the Hissarik Vallev (Medal with two Clasps). Also served with the Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition in idEi. Served 
with the Akha Expedition in 1883-84 and was present in the engagement at Tanga Pc.ni (mentioned in 
despatches); and with the Isazai Field Force in 1832. Serve! with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert 
Low in 2895 in command of No. 8 Mountain Battery Royal Artillery (mentioned in desnatches, D$0., and Medal 
with Clasp). 

286 Major H. V. Cowan served in the Afghan war of 1878-80 as Aide de Camp to the General Officer Com- 
manding 3rd Division, and was present at the capture of the Peiwar Kotal, in the engagement at Charasiab on 
the 6th October 1879, and in the operations round Cabul in December 1879, including the investment of Sherporo 
and the storming of the Asmai Heights (Medal with three Clasps) . Served in the Egyptian war of 18S2 as Adju- 
tsnt Royal Artillery 2nd Division, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir — severely wounded (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Major. Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). 

287 Major S. D. Rainsford served in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was rjresent at the attack and capture of 
Aii Mus.iid (Medal with Clasp). 

289 Major J. W. M. Newton served in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and took part in the Zaimusht Expedition 
including the assault of Zawa (Medal) . 

2,0 Major Haggard served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 with the Koorum Valley Field Force, and was present 
at the attack and capture of the Peiwar Kotal, and in the engagement at Charasiab on the 6th October 1S79 (Meda 1 
with two Clasps). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

291 Major A. H. Browne served in the Afcrhan war in 1879-80 (Medal). 

292 Major D. E. Dewar served in the Afghan war in 1880 (Medal). Served with the Soudan Frontier Field Fores 
in 1885-86 (Medal, and Khedive's Star). 

293 Colonel Oreagh served in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1879 as Aide de Camp to Sir Garnet YTolseley, and. 
took part in the pursuit of King Cetywayo. Served in the operations against Sekukuni in 1879, and was present 
at the capture of the stronghold (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served in the Egyptian war of 188a 
as Aide de Camp to Sir Garnet Wolseley, and was present at the engagements of El Magfar, Tel-cl-Mahuta, 
Kassasin (9th September), and in the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet ot Major, 
Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). Served with the Nile Expedition in iSS4-85 > 
and in the Eastern Soudan in 1885 as Aide de Camp to Lord Wolseley (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Lt. Colonel, two Clasps). 

291 Major A. C. Bailward served in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present in the operations round Cabul in 
December 1879, including the investment of Sherpore (Medal with Clasp). 

295 Major C. E. H. Heyman served in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir 
(Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

~' M Majors H. A. D. Curtis, E. A. Burrows. L. Forde.and G. E. Bryant, Captains L. G. Watkins, A. B. N. Churchill, 
and A. C. Currie served with the Burmese Expedition in 1885-86 (Medal with Clasp). 

297 Major A. Keene served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and took part in the march to Omdahar with the 
force under Major General Phayre in command of two guns of No. 2 Mountain Batterv (mentioned in despatches, 
Medal). Served with the Burmese Expeditionin 1835-86 (mentioned in despatches. DSO., and Medal with Clasp)- 

296 Major W". A. Plant served in the Afarhan war in 1879-80, took part in the defence of Candahar, and was- 
present at the battle of Candahar (Medal with Clasp). 

299 Major Montgomery Campbell served in the Boer war of 18S1. 

301 Major C. E. Maberly served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-S5 on Transport duty (Msdal with Clasp, and 
Khedive's Star). 

303 Captain T. F. T. Fowle served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, took part in the defence of Candahar, and was 
present at the battle of Candahar (Medal with Clasp) . 

301 Lt. Colonel Parsons served in the Gaika war of 1877-78, including the operations in the Perl* Bush and the affair 
at Taba Inttoda, where he commanded two mountain guns. Served throughout the Zulu war of 1S79. and was- 
present in tne engagements at Isanhlwana and TJlundi (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Boer war of i83i, and 
was present in "the engagements at Lang's Nek (mentioned in despatches) and the Ingogo River— severely 
wounded, and horse shot (mentioned in despatches). Served in the Egyptian war of 1S02, and was present at the 
engagement of Tel-el-Mahuea, in the action at Kassasin (9th September), and in the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (men- 
tioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Mediidie, and Khedive's Star). Served 
with the Dongola Expeditionary Force under Sir Herbert Kitchener in 1895 m command of the Egyptian Artillery » 
including the engagement at Firket and the operations at Halir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Xit. Colonel, 
and Khedive's Medal with two Clasps). 

306 Major H. C. C. D. Simpson served with the Burraah Expedition in 18S6-S7 in command of a Mountain 
Battery of Royal Artillery (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp) . 

307 Major W. E. L. Balfour served with the Bechuanaland Expedition under Sir Charles 'Warren in 18S4-85. 

308 Lt.Colonel E. W. Fleming served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 (Medal). 

309 Major Bell-Irving served in the Afghan war of 1S78-S0, took part in the defence of Candahar, and was 
present at the battle of Candahar (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

310 Major H. C. Sclater served with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 as Staff Officer at Gemal and afterwards as- 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant General at Head Quarters (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 
and Khedive's Star). Also served with the Egyptian Frontier Field Force in 1885-S6 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant 
and Quarter Master General, and was present in the engagement at Giniss. 

311 Maior O. Rowe served in the Egyptian war of 1882 (Medal, and Khedive's Star). 

312 Captain H. M. Aplin served in the Egyptian war of 18S2 (Medal, and Khedive's Star) . 

312 f Major W. F. L. Lindsay served in the Egyptian war in 1882, and was present at the battle of Tel-el- 
Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

313 Major Bannatine Allason served in the Afghan war in 1879-S0 including the engagement at Shahjni ; 
was Adjutant of Field Artillery in Southern Afghanistan from August 1879 till January 1SS0, when he was 
appointed Adjutant of Artillery ; in April 18S0 he took part in the advance to Cabul under Sir Donald Stewart 
as Staff Officer of Artillery, and was present in the engagements at Ahmed Kheyl (mentioned in despatches, 
and Urzoo near Ghuznee ; 'accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar as Orderly Officer to 
Colonel Johnson, and was present in the reconnaissance on the 31st August and at the battle of Candahar (men- 
tioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). Served in the Soudan campaign in 1885 
as Brigade Major Royal Artillery, and was present in the engagements at Hasheen and at the destruction of Temai 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

3 " Sir G.V.Thomas served in the Afghan war in 187S-79, and took part in the advance to Candahar and 
Khelat-i-Ghilzie (Medal). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the action at Kassasm on the 
9th September, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star) . Served in the Souuan 
Expedition under Sir Gerald Graham in 1884, and wag present in the engagements at El Teb (horse killed) and 
Temai (4th Class of the Medjidie, two Clasps). 

"5 Major J. W. Dunlop served in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and took part in the Zaimusht Expedition (Medal) . 
Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1886-87 (Medal with Clasp). 

316 Major Norton served in the Afghan war in 1878-79. 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 with the Nile Expedition in 1S84-85, and 
was present at the actions at Abu Klea and El Gubat, in the reconnaissance to Metanrmeh, and m the engagement 
at Abu Klea Wells on the 16th and nth February (three times mentionedin despatches, Brevet of Major, two Clasps). 

31S Major R. L. Haines served in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present in the engagement at All Kheyl 

320 Major W. S. Churchward served with the Jowaki Afreedee Expedition in 1877-78 (Medal with Clasp). 
Served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present at the attack and capture of Ah Musjid and m the engage- 
ment at Ahmed Kheyl (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the Egyptian war of 1SS2, and was present at the 
battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). . . 

321 Major K. S. Dunsterville served with the Chitral Relief Force under Sir Robert Low in 1895 as bemor 
Ordnance Officer (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 



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322 Major W. A. Smith served in the Afghan war in 1880 (Medal). Served in the Egyptian war of 1 882 (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal, 5th Glass of the Medjidie, and Khedive's Star). 

323 Major G. H. Bittleston served in the Afghan war in 1SS0 (Medal) . 

324 Major E. A. Lambart served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present in the engagements at 
Ahmed Kheyl and Urzoo near Ghuznee (Medal with Clasp). 

325 Major F. B. Elrnslie served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 (Medal). 

396 Major N. B. Inglefield served in the Afghan war in 1878-79 with the Royal Artillery (Medal). 
327 Major F. A. Curteis served with the Soudan Frontier Field Force in 1885-86 (Medal, and Khedive's Star). 
32S Major F. J. A. Trench served in the Zulu war in i879,andwas presentin the engagement at Dhindi (men- 
tioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

329 Major C. A. Anderson served with the Jowaki Afreedee Expedition in 1877-78 (Medal with Clasp). Served 
in the Afghan war of 1378-80, was present at the attack and capture of Ali Mnsjid, arid took part in the advance 
to Cabul under Brigadier General Gough including the affair at Jugdulluck (mentioned in despatches, Medal with 
two Clasps). Served with the Burmese Expedition in 1885-86 (Clasp). 

330 Major I). C. Carter served with the Soudan Expedition under Sir Gerald Graham in 1884, and was present in 
the engagements at El Teta and Temai (Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). Served in the Kile Expedition in 
18S4-85 with the Egyptian Army, and was present at the action at Kirbekan (two Clasps, 4th Class of the Medjidie). 

331 Lt.Colonel A. C. Daniell served in the Afghan war in 1S79-80 (Medal). 

333 Major W. H. F. Taylor served in the Zulu war in 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 

334 Major J. F. Craig served in the Egyptian war of 1882, a,nd was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal 
with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

335 Lt.Colonel Adye served in the Afghan war in 1879 with the Koorum Valley Field Force under Major General 
Roberts (Medal). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Aide de Camp to Sir Garnet Wolseley , and was preeent at 
the engagements of El Magfar, Tel-el-Mahuta, Kassasin (9th September), and in the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (men- 
tioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Kbedive's Star). Served 
with the Nile Expedition in 1884-85 and in the Eastern Soudan in 1S85 as Aide de Camp to Lord Wolseley, and was 
present in the engagement at Abu Klea Wells on the 16th and 17th February (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Lt.Colonel, two Clasps). 

337 Major W. L. White served in the Soudan campaign in 1S85, and was present at the destruction of Tcmai 
(Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

33S Major W. H. O'Neill served in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir 
(Medal with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

341 Major A. Eardley Wilmot served with the Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition in iSSi. 

312 Major If. B. Gundry served in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present at the attack and capture of 
Ali Musjid (Medal with Clasp). 

346 Major T. W. Bowles served in the Egyptian war of 1882, ana was present as che battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal 
with Clasp, and Khedive's Star). 

343 Major R. M. B. F. Kelly served with the second Miranzai Expedition in 1891 in command of a Mountain 
Battery (Medal with Clasp). 

349 Major F. E. Kent served with the Hazara Expedition in 1888 (Medal with Clasp). 

353 Major C. P. Triscott served in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and was present