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ESTABLISHED FORTY YEARS. 



TUCKER & SON'S 

IMPROVED 

INDIAN LAMPS 



MANUFACTORY 



l90.STRAND,L0ND0Ni 



T. k SOX'S ImproTcd Indian Lamps combine elog.inco 
and strength, \ritli every recent improvement that tends to 
•implify tlieir construction, and lo enable Native serv'mts to 
manage them, and to reduce the liability of glasses being 
broken, lliey give a brilliant light with any of the jVa/iv« 
Oils (such as Mustard Oil), are thoroughly protected from 
Insicls, the draught of the I'unialt, and of vpcn windmvs. 

T. & SOX have two large Show-rooms (60 feet long)' 
adjoining Ihcir Factory, in which is fixed a Pdnkah, with 
Lamps burning beneath it, just as used in India, and in which 
friends or Agents in England commissioned to buy Lamps for 
Indian residents will find a Large Stock of LAMPS ready fur 
Shipment, marked in plain figures, and at the lowest Prices 
at which the very best Lamps can bo made, but much lower 
than the exorbitant Prices charged for the inferior goods 
foisted on tlie Indian Public, under the pretence of being 
'^J'atejit " and " Keiv." 

T. & SON make all the various kinds of Lamps used in 
India, such as Table and Heading Lamps, Bracket Lamps, 
and Candle-branches for the wall. Billiard and Suspension 
Lamps of all kinds, either in Bronze, Gold Colour, Plated or 
Crystal Glass. Hand Lamps and Lanterns, Carriage and 
Buggec Lamps, etc. 



The advantages which 
T. & Son offer to the Indian 
Public are the result of a 
thoroughly practical know- 
ledge of all the require- 
ments of the Indian Trade, 
acquired during 40 Year*' 
Experience as 
INDIAN LAMP MAKERS. 



REGIMENTAL MESS LAMPS, 

with one or two burners, and packed np compactly ii 
partitioned Trayclling Cases. 
The snporiority and extreme portability of T. & SON'i 
Improved Indian Lamps are well known to gentlemen who 
have resided in India, but those alniut to proceed thence are 
requested to read the subjoined. 



TESTIMONIALS JUST RECEIVED. 

Edinburgh, llth September, 1868. 
UcssTs. Tucker & Sod. 

Sirs, — I have much pleasure in bearing testimony to 
tbe exeellenet of the Lamps supplied by you to me when in 
India last year. They give a Brilliant Light, are not affected 
6v the Punkah, and are in every way suited to the Indian 
climate. In short they are the bett Lamps I have seen in the 
Country- 

(Signed) A. ROSS, Bengal Ci\ril Seirice, 



Madras, June Utli, 1857. 
Uenrs. Tucker, 

The Lampi which I had of you answer well. Tho light 
is tMellerd and with the Punkah tops on the lamps tho flame 
is not affected by the air from the Punkah. I now wish yon 
to send me, etc., etc. 

(Signed) W. MOORKHEAD. 

T. t SONS Lamps may be obtained of many Dealers In 
India, but Orders can bo sent through any of tho East India 



Agent*, or direct 
for Voyment. 



T. 4 SON, accompanied with an Order 



Estimates and Designs free by post. 



Orders Packed with the greatest caro. 




MILITAR Y BOOT MAKER. 

MARTIN, 

49, PAJ.I. MA1.1:., m.Tsr. 

Boots of all descriptions suitable for either 
Marclung*, JParade, ]>i*e»s, 01* Camp 

PUEPOSES. 

NAPOLEON, BUTCHER, OR TOP BOOTS 

FOE HUI^TIjS'a. 

Manufactured in the very best possible manner, both as regards 

Material, Work, and Shape. 

REGULATION SPURS. 



x:§tabllsliecl 2S Xearii. 



^, SLATE BIILMD TABLES, 

p Solid or otherwise, to suit all climates. 

MESSES, THURSTON & CO., 
BILLIARD TABLE MANUFACTURERS, 

BY APPOINTJIEfa TO HER JUJESTY, 

I4,CATHER1NE STREET,STRAND,LONDON; &AT SALISBURY WHARF,ADELPHI.W.C. 

ESTABLISHKD 1814. 

Patentees of the Improved Pool Marking Board : 

ALSO, OF 

THE VULCANIZED CAOUTCHOUC CUSHIONS, 

yy/iich. retaia their elasticity in the coldest temperature. 

The superiority of Messrs Thuhston & Co.'s Tables consists in the exquisite smoothness of the bed or surface, 
the unriTallod and DUKABLE elasticity of the cushions, the whole being reduced to mathematical precision. 

Messrs. T. & Co. are constantly receiving numerous very flattering testimonials from the principal Club 
Houses, as well as the Nobility, Gentry, and Olllcers of her Majesty's and the NatiTe Uegiments, stationed in 
all parts of the globe, and they venture to hope that, by endeavouring to uphold, in every respect, the higli 
character this house has maintained for nearly half a century, they may merit a continuance of the patronage 
so liberally bestowed upon them. They beg to CAUTION their friends and the public against SPUBions imita- 
tions of their Tables, advertised by men professing to have left their establishment. They beg to say that they 
havB NOT parted with any of their men whose skbtices were worth bktaini.n-g. 

N.B.— 14, CATUEUINE SIllEET, STllAND, ii the only house where the THtrBSTO» Tablb can be obtained. 

CUSHIONS OF OLD TABLES RE-STUFFED ON THE PATENT PRINCIPLE. 

CLOTHS OF THE FINEST TEXTURE, 

Made expressly for Messrs. T. and Co. by the first House in the Trade. 

BALLS of aiiperior and weil-aeasoned Ivory, turned on tha truest meolianical principle. 

TilES S1L,.AT£3 TOE'S 

Are diract from the Bangor Quarry, and manufactured on their own premises. Also 

Inventors and Manufacturers of the Central Revolving LamPf 

Being the best Light ever constructed for Billiard Tables. 
Patent Cement for Cue 'Tips, in Bottles at Is., Is. 6(f., and 2$. each. 

THE CAME OF BILLIARDS. 

Br EDWIN KENTKIELD, of BBioaioM. 
London ; PublUhed by the Proprietors, THURSTON i«B Ca. 




TO MEMBERS OF REGIMENTAL MESSES. 

MEMBERS of Regimental Messes, Residents in India and the Colonies are re- 
spectfully solicited to inspect the articles supplied to them, purporting to be 
the mannfacture of CROSSE & BLACKAVELL, as in consequence of the great 
repute in which their various condiments and table- supplies are held, large quantities 
of goods are prepared so similar to theirs in outward appearance, that the deception is 
not discovered until the purchaser has opened them. 

It is therefore important to all who wiuh to guard against disappointment, to carefully 
examine their purchases, as C. & B. do not guarantee any articles to be of their 
manufacture, unless bearing their name and address in full on the various bottles and 
corks. The indents C. and B. execute for the principal storekeepers in India and the 
British Colonics are most varied and extensive, comprising (among other preparations 
too numerous to be included in the limits of an advertisement) the following well- 
known supplies : — 

Pickles of various descriptions, the whole (with the exception of white Onions and 
Mushrooms) prepared with pure White Wine Vinegar. 

White Onions and Mushrooms prepared with pure Distilled Vinegar only. The 
Mushrooms are preserved immediately they are gathered from the grounds, at C. & 
B.'s factory at Lewes, Sussex. 

The Royal Table Sauce, a warm rich sauce for cold meat and general purposes. 

Essence of Anchovies, in the preparation of which none but the best Gorgona Fish 
are used. 

The Celebrated Soho Sauce, for game, venison, fish, &c. 

Dinmore's Essence of Shrimps, one of the most delicious sauces ever introduced for 
imparting a relish to all kinds of boiled and fried fish, and being milder than the Essence 
of Anchovies, has met with a decided preference; the true flavour of the Shrimp is 
fully retained, as it is manufactured on the sea coast, where C. & B. have a factory 
for this express purpose. 

Sir Robert Peel's Sauce for general purposes ; each bottle is labelled with a fac-simile 
of the late Right Hon. Baronet's letter of approval. 

Soyer's New Sauces, one mild for Ladies, and one warm for Gentlemen! these sauces 
are manufactured under ^lonsieur Soyer's own direction. 

Soyer's justly celebrated Relish, in universal use throughout the world. 

Fruits in bottles for tarts, and Crystallised Fruits for dessert. 

Jams and Jellies of the first quality, prepared with the strictest attention to the preser- 
vation of the fine aroma of the fruit. 

Strasbourg Potted Meats, Anchovy and Bloater Paste, and Pute ii Diable, for Breakfast, 
Luncheon, &c. 

Fine Bologna Sausages, hermetically sealed in tins. 

Real York Hams, prime Wiltshire Bacon, and dried Ox Tongues, hermetically scaled. 

Real York Hams and Ox Tongues preserved in jelly. 

Berkley and Cheddar Cheese, preserved by a new process in tins, hermetically scaled. 

Prepared Parmesan Cheese, in bottles, for Macaroni, &c. 

Preserved Salmon, Oysters, Lobsters for Sauce, Herrings a la Sardines, Yarmouth 
Bloaters, Sardines in Oil, Oysters preserved in Jelly- 
All the various kinds of Preserved Meats, Soups, Game, Vegetables, &c., fit for imme- 
diate use. 

Dried Herbs in bottles. Essences of Herbs and Spices of all kinds, for purposes of 
flavouring. 

Syrups for Ices, comprising Pine Apple, Lemon, Orange, Raspberry, Lime, Currant, 
Strawberry, and Cherry ; any of these diluted with water make a cool and delightful 
beverage. 

Arrowroot, Macaroui, Vermicelli, Durham Mustard, Table Vinegar, Olives, Capers, 

CROSSE AND BLACKWELL, 

PURVEYOKS IN OllDINAKY TO HER MAJESTY, 

21, SOHO SQUARE, LONDON. 
EsTABLlSUfiS I7O61 



TO REGIMENTA L MESSE S AND OTHERS. 
ELKINGTON AND CO., 

22, Regent Street, and 45, Moorgate Street, London ; 

And at their Manufactouy, Newhall Street, Birmingham. 

THE Patentees beg respectfully to intimate to their Friends and the Public that 
they have added to their extensive Stock of PATENT ELECTRO-PLATE and 
ARTISTIC SILVER and BRONZE PRODUCTIONS, a large variety of New 
Designs in the highest Class of Art, which, having been prepared for the Great Industrial 
Exhibition at Paris, have obtained there the most unqualified approval and patronage from 
visitants from all countries, and have been distinguished by the high reward of the 

grand: COLD MEDAL, 

(the only one allotted to the trade) and the 

Decoration of the Cross of the Legion of Honour. 

As their manufactures are already so extensively known and appreciated in all parts of 
India for their well-tried quality and durability, tluy nerd only add that tliey continue to 
supply largely REGIMENTAL MESSES, GENTLEMEN in the CIVIL SERVICF, 
STEAM COMPANIES, HOTEL KEEPERS, and FAMILIES, ^^ith their Manu- 
factures ; comprising Candelabra and Plateaux of the most elegant designs and workman- 
ship, fitted with Shades and Punkah Covers ; Curry, Vegetable, and Beefsteak Dishes, 
wiih Covers and Warmers of every description and pattern ; Coffee and Tea Services ; 
Table Cutlery, and an extensive variety of Forks and Spoons of all the leading patterns 
— the A quality hav'ivg silver prongs, and every article requisite for Table use in Electro 
Plate or Silver; and are continually receiving from officers and others the most gratifying 
Testimonials of approval. 

They beg further to intimate, that every article of their Manufacture bears their Patent 
Mark, E. and Co., under a Crown, as no others are warranted hy them, and the statement 
frequently made of articles being plated by Elkington's process affords no guarantee of 
the quality. Estimates, Drawings, and Prices sent free by Post. 

Bepairing, Re-Plating, and Gilding as usual. 




MANUFACTORY— BKOAD STEEET, BIRMINGHAM. 

ESTABLISHED ISOtT 

F. & C. OSLER, 

45, OXFORD STREET, LONDON, W. 

CRYSTAL GLASS CHANDELIERS for Gas and Candles. 
Wall Lights and Mantel-piece Lustres do. do. 

Table Glass and Glass Dessert Services complete. 
Ornamental Glass, English and Foreign, suitable for Presents. 

MESS, EXPORT, AND FURNISHING ORDERS PROMPTLY EXECUTED, 



CAUTION. 

TO TRADESMEX, MERCHANTS, SHIPPERS, OUTFITTERS, &c. 

WHEREAS it lias laluly come to my knowledge that some unprincipled person or per- 
sons have for some time past been imposing upon the public, bv selling to the 
Trade and others n. spurious Article, under the name of BOND'S PERMANENT 
MAIIK.ING INK ; this is to give Notice that I am the original and sole Proprietor and 
Mnnufacturcr of the said Article, and do not employ any traveller, or authorise any person 
to represent themselves as cnming from my establishment for the purpose of selling the said 
Ink. This caution is published by me to prevent further imposition upon the public, and 
serious injury to myself. 

E. R. BOND 

(Sole Executrix and Widow of the late John Bond), 
28, LONG LANE, WEST SMITIIFIELD, LONDON. 
•»• To avoid disappointment from the substitution of counterfeits, be careful to ask for 
the genuine Bond's Permanent Markin'^ Ink; and further to distinguish it, observe thai No 
Sixpenny Sizn is or has been prepared by him, the Inventor and Proprietor. 



COUGHS, ASTHMA, AND INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION 

ARE EFFECTUALLY CURED BY 

KEATING^S COUGH LOZENGES. 

"POR lialf a centuiy this well-knowu remedy for Pulmonary disorders has 

successfully stood the lest of public approval, and their usefulness has been extended 
to every clinia and country of the civilized world. Tliey may be fountl alike 0:1 the gold- 
fields of Australia, the backwoo<!s of America, in every important place in the East or 
West Indies, and the palace of Pekin. During this long period they have withstood the 
pretensions of numerous inferior rivals, and are now the acknowledged antidote for Coughs, 
Colds, Asthma, Sec. 

Prepared and Sold in Boxes, Is. l§d., and Tins, 2s. 9d., each, by TIIO.MAS KEATING, 
79, St. Paul's Churchyard, London. Retail by all Druggists, &c., in the World. 

N.15. — To prevent spurious imitation?, please to observe that the words " KE.VTING'S 
COUGH LOZENGES" are engraved on the Government Stamp of each Box, without 
»vhich none are genuine. 

Orders for the East Indies and China should be ordered in Bottles. 

PHILDIIEN'S W0R:\I TABLETS (KEATING'S).— The great remedy 

for these Dis->rders in Childrf-n can now be administered in the form of a purely Vege- 
table Sweetmeat, at once agreeable and efTective. 

Prepared and Sold in Tins, 1?. IJd., and 2s. 9d., each, by THOMAS KEATING, 
Chemist, &c., 79. St. Paul's Churchyard, London, E.G., and Retail by all Druggists and 
Patent Medicine Vendors in the World. 

Observe the words " KEATING'S WORM T.\BLETS" are engraven on the Govern- 
ment Stamp of each Tin, without which noie are genuine. 



KEATING'S 
PERSIAN INSECT-DESTROYING POWDER. 

'yillS Powder id quite IIarmless to Animal Life, but is unrivalled 

in destroying Fleas, J5ugs, Emmit-;, Flies, Cockroaches, Reetles, Gnats, Mosquitos, 
Moths in Furs, and every other species of Insects in all stages of metamorphosis. 

Sportsmkn will find this an invaluable remedy for destroying FtEAS is their Docs 
as also Z<7rfie5 /or their Pet Dogs, and sprinkled about the nests of Poultry, it will be' 
ound exlremely eflicacious in exterminating those insecls with which they are usually in- 
'^ested. It is perfectly harmless in its nature, and may be applied without any apprehen- 
sion, AS IT HAS NO QUALITIES DELETERIOUS TO ANIMAL LIFE. 

Sold in packets, 1?., 2<. 6d., and 4s. (jd., each, or post free for H, or treble size for 36 
postage-stamps, by TIIO.MAS KEATING, Chemist, 79, St. Paul's Churchyard, London, 
K.C. Take notice, each genuine packet bears the above name and addres?. 

TESTIMONIALS. 
FIl0.^f A GENKUAL Ol'IiCKK AT ALDERSHOT. 

Itarrach OJficc, South Camp, Aldcrshot. 

Sib,— Your Ptrtian Insect- Detlroi/cr is most ciccllriit. I enclose ;iC postage-stamps for a large packet 

a Heaf, tc, alK)und here. I can most confidently rocoiiimcnd it. • • • • • 

?ROM A CAPTAIN IN THE ROYAL NAVY, AVUO HAD EMPLOYED IT IN THE E.XTERMINATIOK 

OF FLIES. 

" If ercry one used lhi« Powder, the 8plder» must either emi^ntt or etarre." 




ROWLANDS MACASSAR OIL, 

Of unparalleled success during the last sixty years 

in Promoting the Growth, Restoring and Improving the Human Hair, 

It prcTents Hair from falling off or turning grey, strengthens weak HAIR, cleanses it from 
Bourf and Dandriff, and makes it BEAUTIFULLY SOFT, PLIABLE, and GLOSSY. 

IN THE GROWTH OF 

THE BEARD, WHISKERS, AND MUSTACHIOS 

it is unfailing in its stimulative operation. For Children it is especially recommended, 
as forming the basis of a BEAUTIFUL HEAD OF HAIR, while its introduction 
into the Nursery of Royalty, and the numerous Testimonials constantly received of its 
eflScacy, afford the best and surest proof of its merits. — Price Ss. 6d., 78. ; Family 
Bottles (equal to four small), 10s. 6d.; and double that size, 2l8. 

R W L A N S' K A L Y R, 

AN ORIENTAL BOTANICAL PREPARATION 
For IMPROVING and BEAUTIFYING the COMPLEXION and SKIN. 

This Royally-patronized and Ladies'-esteemed Specific exerts the most soothing, cooling, 
and purifying action on the Skin, eradicates Freckles, Tan, Pimples, Spots, Discoloration, 
and other Cutaneous Visitations, and renders 

THE SKIN SOFT, CLEAR, AND BLOOMING. 

During the heat and dust of Summer, the Frost and Bleak Winds of Winter, and in cases 
of sunburn, stings of insects, or incidental inflammation, its virtues are universally aoknow- 
ledged. Price 4s. 6d. and 83. 6d. per bottle. 

WHITE AND SOUND TEETH 

Are indispensable to PERSONAL ATTRACTION, and to health and longevity by the 
proper mastication of food. 

ROWLANDS ODONTO, 

OR PEARL DENTIFRICE, 

compounded of ORIENTAL INGREDIENTS, is of inestimable value in 

PRESERVING AND BEAUTIFYING THE TEETH, 

Strengthening the Gums, and in giving a delicate Fragrance to the Breath. 

It eradicates Tartar from the Teeth, removes spots of incipient decay, and polishes and 
preserves the enamel, to which it imparts a 

PEARL-LIKE WHITENESS. 

Price 23. 9d. per Box. 

Sold by A. ROWLAND & SONS, 20, Hatton Garden, London, 

AND BY CHEMISTS AND PERFUMEKS. 

♦,» Ask for "ROWLANDS'" Articles. 




THE NEW 

ANNUAL ARMY LIST 

AND 

MILITIA LIST, 

FOR 

1861 

(BEING THE TAVENTT SECOND ANNUAL VOLUME), 

CONTAINING 

DATES OF COMMISSIONS, AND A STATEMENT OF THE WAR 

SERVICES AND WOUNDS OF NEARLY EVERY OFFICER 

IN THE ARMY, ORDNANCE, AND MARINES. 

Corrected to the 27th Decemher, 1860. 

WITH AN INDEX. 



H. Or. HAET, 

llEUL-COLOyEl, H. P. DEPOT BAITALION. 



LONDON: 

JOHN MUKEAY, ALBEMAELE STEEET. 

1861. 



NOTICE, 



It is particularly requested that ALL Communications be addressed ONLY to 
LIEUT.COLONEL HART, 

50, Albemarle Street, 

London. 



LONDON : 
PRINTED BY WOODFALL AND KINDBR, 

A^6EL COUBT, SKINKIK STREET. 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Actions or Battles 547 

Adjutants of Recruiting Districts 418 

Aides-de-Camp to the Queen 125 

Army Hospital Corps 413 

Artillerj', Royal 162 

Barrack -Masters 439 

Canadian Rifles 405 

Cape Mounted Riflemen 403 

Cavalry Depots 408 

Ceylon Rifle Regiment 402 

Chaplain's Department 438 

Chatham Garrison 408 

Chelsea Hospital 475 

.Colonels 34 

Commissariat Department 419 

Depot Battalions 408 

Dragoon Guards 129 

Dragoons 138 

Engineers, Royal 193 

Field Marshals 3 

FLxcdEstablisliment of General Officers 4 

Foot Guards 208 

Foot (Numbered Regiments) 218 

Garrisons 475 

General OflScers 6 

General Officers of the Indian Army . . 120 
Gentlemen at Arms, the Honourable 

Corps of 123 

Gold Coast Corps 407 

Half-pay List 479 

Hibernian Militarj' School 475 

Horse Guards, Royal Regiment of 128 

Inspecting Field Officers 418 

Invalid Depot at Chatliam 408 

Kilmainham Hospital 475 

Lieutenant Colonels 59 



PAGE 

Life Guards 126, 127 

Local Rank 121 

Majors 82 

Malta Fencibles 417 

Marines, Royal 440 

Medals, &c. (Gold) 547 

Medical Department 422 

Military College 474 

Military Asj'lum 475 

Military Knights of Windsor 124 

INIilitary Prisons 475 

Military Store Department 439 

Military Train 205 

Military and Civil Departments 474 

Militia 480 

Newfoundland Companies 40G 

Order of the Garter 550 

Thistle 550 

■ St. Patrick 550 

Bath 551 

St. Michael and St. George 557 

Paymasters of Recruiting Districts ... 418 

Purveyors' Department 434 

Retired Officers 103 

Rewards for Distinguished Services .. 124 

Rifle Brigade 393 

St. Helena Regiment 406 

School of Gunnery 407 

School of Musketry at Hythe 407 

Staff" at Head Quarters 125 

Staff" of Great Britain 467 

Staffs on Foreign Stations 469 

Staff" Officers of Pensioners 435 

Veterinary Medical Department .... 434 

West India Regiments 399 

Yeomen of the Guard ] 22 



EXPLANATIONS. 



K.G. Knight of the OrJer of the Garter. 
K.T. Knight of the Order of the Thistle. 
K.P. Knight of the Order of St. Patrick. 
G.C.B. Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath. 
K.C.B. Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath. 
C.B. Companion of the Order of tlie Bath. 
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.C.H. Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order. 
K.C.H. Knight Commander of ditto ditto 

K.H. Knight of ditto ditto 

K.C. Knight of the Crescent. 

% Before the Name, denotes that the Officer was at the battle of Trafalgar. 
^3 Before the Name, denotes that the Officer served in the Peninsula, or the 
South of France. 

( Officers actually present in either of the actions of tlie 
?iaa Waterloo Medal. ] 16th, 17th, or 18th June, 1815. Such Officers are 

C. allowed two years' additional service. 
Udl Victoria Cross. 
The Figures prefixed to the Names denote the Battalions to which the Officers are 
actually attached; the Letters s. and r. after the name distinguish Officers employed on 
the Staff, or on the Recruiting Service. The Letters R. M. in the Cavalry Regiments 
allude to the Riding Masters; The * before the Name or Date of Commissiun denotes 
Temporary Rank only. The Letter p before the Date indicates that the Commission 
was purchased. General Officers, with the prefix of a t; are on the half pay of their last 
Regimental Commissions. 



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



NKW ANNUAL ARMY LIST. 
1801. 



FIELD-MAESHALS. 

//w Majesty the KIXG 0/ ///c BELGIANS, KG. GCB. GCII., General, 2 May 181 C; 
laid Marshal, 2i: May UK: 

His Royal Highness FRANCIS ALBERT AUGUSTUS CHARLES EMANUEL, THE 
PRINCE CONSORT, Buke of SAXONY, Prince o/SAXE CO BURG AND GOTHA, 
KG. KT. KP. GCB. GCMG., 8 Feb. 1840. Colonel of the Grenadier Guards, 23 
Sept. 18W; Governoi' ami Constable of Windsor Castle, 18 May 1843; anil Coloncl- 
in-Chief of the Rifle Brigade, 23 Sept. 1852. 

\y STAPLETON, Viscount COMBERMERE, GCB. GCH.; Second Lieutenant, 26 
Feb. 90; Lieutenant, IG March 91; Captain, 28 Feb. 93; Major, March 94; Lieut. 
Colonel, 9 March 94 ; Colonel, 1 Jan. 00 ; Major General, 30 Oct. 05 ; Lieut. General, 

I Jan. 12 ; General, 27 IMay 25 ; Field Marshal, 2 Oct. 55 ; Constable of the Tower 

I I Oct. 52 ; Colonel 1 Life Guiirds, IG Sept. 29. 



FIXED ESTABLISHMENT OF GENERAL OFFICERS. 



GENEJIAIS. 



1851. 11 Nov. i 

\i Sir John Wright Guise, 

J3/. KCB. 85 V. 
Richard Pi?ot, 4 Dr. G.Is. 
Sir Jas. Watson, KCB. 14 F. 
^ Sir H. Douglas, Bt. GCB. 

<i- GCMG. 13 P. 

1854. 20 June. 
Dennis Herbert 
?3 Rt. Hon. Sir E. Blakeney, 

GCB. (§• «Cff. 1 F. Gov. 

of_ Clulsea Hospital 
13 aa Sir Alex. Woodford, 

GCB. GCMG. 40 F. if.- 

Goi). of Chelsea Hosjyiial 
Cosmo Gordon 
^ Hugh, Vise. Gougli, 7v'f>. 

GCB. R. Horse Gds., C'ul. 

in-Cliirfofthc 60th Rijles 
^ aa Sir James W. Sleigh, 

KCB. 9 Lancers 
13S(»-J.F.FitzGerald, KCB. 

18 F. 
^i;£l Si?- Arthur B. Clifton, 

KCB. <S- i'Cff. 1 Drs. 
13 /Aon. Hugh Arbuthnott, 

CB. 38 F. 
13 ,S(YJ. Douglas, GCB.ilV. 



1831. 11 Nov. 
13 C. G. Ellicorabe, CB. 
U. En-. 

1S54. 20 June. 
13£a R. LUiellyn, CB.mV. 
13iiaa P. A. Lautour, 3 Dis. 

C'i?. A-//. 
13321 S-r De Lacy Evans, 

GCB. 21 F. 
13 Wm. Hen. Scolt, 30 F. 
13.Su-Tho.Wi]Ishire, B«;-/., 

KCB. 51 F. 
13 Sir Philip Bainbrigge, 

KCB. 26 F. 

13.S';r Thos. E. Napier, KB. 

71 F. 
13 W. H. Sewell, CB. 79 F. 
\iiiSX W. L. Darling, 98 F. 
13 ,S'Jr John M'Uonald, KCB. 

92 P. 
13 Geo. Wra. Patv, CB. KH. 

70 F. 
13a£l LorcL Ja=. Hay, 86 F. 
'^■biX Sir William Rowan, 

KCB. 19 F. 
13iKi Jas. Shaw Kcnnsdy, 

CB. 47 F. 
13 G. L.Gcldie, CB. 77 F. 
^Geo. P. Higginson, 94 P. 
IPiiffl Sir George Bowles, 

KCB. 1 W. I. R., /Anit. 

of the Ton-er of Lnmlon 
^ Bon. H.F. C. Cavendish, 

2 Dr. Gds. 
13SJI T. W. Rohbins, 80 F. 
13I5.lRoderickMarn<'il,78 F. 
AVrn, Sutherland, CB. 93 F. 
13 H.liainpv, ill. KH.^ST. 
l)i>Il //■..». N,ri|iarle> Gore, 

KCB. KB. 01 P. 
13IJ1 W. L. Walton, 5 F. 
Charles Richard Fox 
13 CIiarlcE Aug. Shawe, 74 F. 



y .Sir J. Hanbury, KCH. 

99 F. j 

33 H. B. Earl Beauchamp, 

10 Hussars 
Sir Geo. Whitmore, KCB. 

Royal Engineers 
Henry Shadfortli 
\i Sir Wm. Tuyll, KCH. 

7 Hussar.s 
Sackville H. Berkeley, 16 F. 
Helier Touzel 
13 323 Sir George ScDvell, 

GCB. 4 Lt. Drs. 
13 Ulysses, Loj-rl Downes, 

GCB. 20 F. 
13 G. Marq. of Tweeddale, 

KT. CB. 30 F. 
33 atl Sir Edward Bowater, 

KCH. 49 F. 
Joseph W. Tobin, R. Art. 
]^nSA Sir yv. M. Gomra, 

GCB. 13 P. 

1854. 28 Nov. 
ISaffl SirH. D. Ross, GCB. 

R. Art. 
IpaOSirRob.Wm.Gardiner, 

GCB. KCH. R. Art. 



1855. I 

T. Evans, CB. 81 P. 18 May 

13 Sir A. Maclaine, KCB. 

53 F. 5 June 



1 13 Wm. Wood, CB. KH. 8' 
WestlndiaHegl. 31 Aug. 

' 13 .Sir J. F. Burgoyne, Bf. 
G'CB. R. Eug. Insp.CfcTi. 
of Fortijicalions 5 Sept. 
13 Right Hon. Sir Geo. 
Brown, GCB. KH. Ritle 
Brig. 7 Sept. 

^ aiSi >S'ic .Tames Simpson, 
GCB. 87 F. 8 Sept. 

1856. 20 Feb. 
13 C. Ashe a'Court-Reping- 
ton, CB. KH. 41 P. 

1858. 15 July. 
His Roiial Highness George 
W. F. C. Duke of Cam- 
bridge, KG. KP. GCB. 
GCMG: Scots Fusilier 
Guards, Comm. in Chief. 

18.57. 

13 Wm. G. Power, CB. KH. 

R. Art. 4 Feb. 

13 H. J. Riddell, KH. C F. 

26 Sept. 

18.58. 14 Mav. 

13 Colin, Lord Clyde, GCB. 

Coldstream Guards 



LIETITENANT-GENEEALS. 



13 Alex. Fisher Macintosh, 
KH. 90 P. 2 Aug. 

13 J.is.Paterson, OOP. 26Aiig. 

J.Spink, KH.2 F. 26 Oct. 

13S53 Sir .James Jackson, 
KCB. KH. C Dr. Gds. d.i. 
1 13 Robert C. Mansel, KH. C8 
I F. Commanding theEast- 
\ em District 26 Oct. 

I ]3 John Drummond do. 

13 Jas. Freeth,A'ii'. 64 F. do. 

.Sir Charles R. O'Donnell do. 

John Leslie, KH. 35 F. do. 

I P Robert B. Coles, 65 F. do. 

jl3aOE. P. Buckley 28 Oct. 

„^„ „. „ „ „,.. , Sir Rich. Doliertv, 11 P. do. 

A C-B. ffjy. R. Art. 1 June I ^ Ifi Vov 

SirRichard England, GCB ' lu ^..u.. 

KH. 50 F. 
.Sir Wni. John Codrington, I 

KCB. 54 P. Governor \ 

and Comm. in Chief of , g;^ ^^ jj, (j_ Colebrooke, 

Gibraltar 6 June | cB. KH. R. Art. 16 Jan. 

1857. ' 1335aSirCha.Yorke, GCB. 

13353 Sir Henrv Somerset, I 33 F. 13 Feb. 



1854. Nov. 28. 
?3 Geo. Turner, CB. R. Art. 
P. M. WallaCH, R. Art. 
Richard Jones, R. Art. 
yjohuMichell, CB. R.Art. 

1355. 
553 jr. Fane, 90 F. 30 Jan. 
aai Sir J. M. Wallace, KH. 

17 Lancers 6 Feb. 

13 Hon. John Finch, CB. 24 

F. 20 Feb. 

13353 Sir Wm. G. Moore, 

KCB. 60 P. 6 June 

18.56. 



1, oro^o. jQeo c|,a £arl o/Lucan. 
4 June j^cB. 8 Hussars 24 Dec, 



1859. 



KCB. KH.,2i F. 29 Ja 
Geo. Cobbe, R. An. 4 Feb. 



13 Sir John R. Eustace, A'ff, 
2 Apr. 



353 Alex. C. Mercer, R. Art. 5153 J.OIdficld, KH. R. Eng. 
28 Aug. ! 10 May 

Geo. Aug. Wetherall, { \3Hon. Sir E. Cust, KCH. 



KCB. KH. 84 P. Adj. 

General 8 Sept 

ISaaj Sir J. F. Love, A'CB 



Drs. 14 M . 

Dennis Daly I> June 

^3 .Ter. Taylor, 59 F. 17 June 



KH. 57F. Inspector Gen. j ?3K. J. Davics, 67 P. 14 Aug 

of Infintry 26 Sept. 13 ^"m. Cator, CB. R. Art. 

13 Sir D. M'Gregor, A'CB. , 25 Sept. 

12 Dec 13 John Fraser, 37 F. 17 Oct. 

I Sir J. M. Fred. Smith, KH. 

1858. I R. Eng. 25 Oct. 

^3353 Cha. ."Vnth. Ferdinand JIareusBeresford,20 F.7Dec. 

Bentinck, 12 P. 15 Jan. ^35123 Sir James C. Cliatlcr- 

Cha. Geo. Jas. Arbiithnol, ton,Zi/. A"//.5Drs. ISllcc. 

89 F. 13 Mar. \ J. A.Car/o/Rosslyn 20 Dec. 

MAJOR-GENEEALS. 



13H.C.E.Vcrnon,Ci!?. 2 Apr. 
13 Sir J. A. Hope, A'CB. 9F. 

12 June 
13 SirFredrick Stovin, GCB. 
ATCI/G. 83F. 14 Aug. 
F.Campbell, R. Art. 25 Sept. 
13353 J. Reeve, 61 P. 7 Dec. 
13 Thomas Kenan, CB. 03 F. 

26 Dec. 

1S60. 
E.B. Wynyard, CB. 58 F. 

28 Jan. 

13 Sir James Fergusson, 

GCB. 43 F. 15 Feb. 

13 Sir Tho. W. Brotherton, 

KCB. 1 Dr. Gds. 1 Apr. 

13SJ-- A. J. Dalrymple, Bt. 

11 Apr. 
13 Sir James Hy. Reynetr, 

KCH. 48 F. 5 May 

la Sir John Bell, GCB. 4F. 

15 June 

^ Sir S. B. A uchmutv, Ji'CB. 

7 F. 19 June 

P 5ir J.Aitchison, ATCB. 72P, 

30 July 

la Wm. Jervois, KH. 16F. 

.3 Aug. 

ID Sir Charles Wm. Paslev, 

A'CB. R. Eng. 28 Sept. 

13 Sir P. Cockburn, 95 F. 

12 Nov. 



' 1860. 

13 Wm. ThomasKnollys,02P. 
j 11 Jan. 

I SirH.R. Ferguson Davie, Bt. 
28 Jan. 
^ E. F. Gascoigne, 69 F. 

13 Feb. 

13 Sir L. B. Lovell, KCB. 

KH. 12 Lancers 1 Apr. 

^3 St. J. A. Gierke, KH. 75F. 

11 Apr.' 
y Sir James H. Schoedde, 
A'CB. 55 F. 23 Apr. 

Sir Henry J. V/, Bentinck, 
; KCB. 28 F. 24 Apr. 

SSI Thos. Reed, CB. 44 F. 

4 May 

Henry Yisc. Melville, KCB. 

100 F. 5 May 

135153 A. K. Clarke Kennedy, 

I CB. KTH. 2 Drs. 3 June 

I P. E. Craig ie, CB. 31 P. 

' 19 June 

^A.Maelachlan,froni R.Art. 

I 22 June 

13 SirHarry D. Jones, A'CB. 

R. Eng. Governor Roi/nl 

Militnr;/ College fi July 

; Edmund F.Monis, CB. 97 F. 

; 17 July 

, Henrv Colvjle 20 July 

135123 E. U'ni. Bouverie, 15 

Hussars 30 July 

Hon. Thomas Ashburnham, 

CB. 83 P. 3 Aug. 

I M. White, CB. 7 Dr. Gds. 

I 13 Wm. Cuthbert Ward', 
: R. Eng. 20 Sept. 

, John Scott, CB.S Dr. Gds. 
I 13 Oct. 

Sir J. L. Peiinefathcr, A'CB. 
I 22 F. Coiniiianding at 
! Aldershot 12 Nov. 



18.54. 20 June. 

?3 E. W. Bell, 60 P. 
^3 Thomas Burke, 10 F. 
Jas. Tho. Earl of Cardigan, 

KCB. 11 Hussiirs 
John Eden, CB. 34 P. 
Hon. Charles Grey, 3 F. 



P. S. Stanhope, from Gr. 

Gds. 
C. M. Hay. from Cold. Gds. 
£23 Henry, Lord Rokehy, 
KCB. from Sco. Pus. Gds. 
Inspecting General of 
1 Foot Guards 
Henry Edward Porter 
W. Lord de Hos, /^tpK^i; , John Dawson Rawdon 

Lieut, of the Toivcr ■ 13323 Wm. Beckwilh, KH. 

13 John Geddes, KU. 27 F ' Drs. 



HenryE. Breton, 56 F. Cot«- Geo. Dixon.fr. Sco.Fus.Gds. 

vianding the Troojjs at 13Fred Maimsel, .53 P. 

the Mauritius Henry A. Scott, R. Art 

13323 A. T.Maclean, 14Drs. AVm. Wylde, CB. from do. 

J. J. W. Angerstein, frum Wni. Flndyer, from Gr. Gds. 

Gr. Gds. John Wharton Frith, 2 W I 

13353 Tho. Marten, KH. Regt. 

IP Thomas GerrardBall,46P. John Hall, from 1 Life Gds 

a23Eaton Monins, 8F. 1854. 23 Nov. 

Geo. M. Eden.from Sco. Fus. H. W. Gordon, from R. Art. 

GJs. Geo. Henry Lockirood, CB, 



Fixed Establishment of General Ojjicers. 



Wm. M. Kdon I.'. Jan. 

J<..sepli L'larkc 10 Mar. 

Sir J. Giispnrd \.b Mprchant, 

(wCMO. (luvernor and 

Co III ma II iter in Chief at 

Malta •« Mar, 

("liarles Qaspoynp Syipr. 

Oforge Moncrioff, from Scots 

Fu8. liiis. 14 Juno 

Sii' 'I'lionias Ilaito Franks, 

KCD. from 10 F. -JO Jiilv 

9 I'. V. Kiigland, from K. 

Art. 9 Aiir. 

Marcus John Pliicle, Lf.Gov. 

of nucrnscji 28 A up. 

Prancis Rawclon Chosney, !G. 11. MacKinnon, CJS.'J'iSepl. 

from R. An. Jan. U. F. D. W ilson 10 Oct. 

'ohn B. Ooiigli, r/J. 30 Jan. I 

'Ion. Arlhnr Upton, from ^ 30 Oct. 

CoUlst. Gils. 20 Ffb. I ,r„„ p „ ir.>.„„ 

P U. O. Jones 31 Auk ' ■"""• ^'- ^- U"'"" 



ldi4. 12 Doc. 

S/»nicli. \\tty,KC«. 17F. 
Qiiiirter Maslfr General 

Uotx. Sir Jas. Yorkc Scar- 
l.tt, A'fVJ. aUr.Gds.A^/- 
juuint Otnrrol 

Sir Oeorpo Biiller, h'CB. 
KiHe Ilriirntia Command- 
ing the Trooiis in the 
Ionian Isl.iniU 

1854. 10 Doc. 
PtQ William Drereton, CB. 
AH. from R. Art. 
1855. 



A. Josiali Clocte, 

A'//.Unall. Commanding 

the Tioopx in the Wind- 

irard and Leeivard Isles 

31 Auk. 

31ZI O. Miicdonald T Sppf . 

J£il John Cox, KII. 88 F. 

18 Dec. 



CB. 
t from C'oldst. Gds. 
Hon. A. A. Dalzell, Com- 
■ mandinij Dublin District 
I T.S.Pratt,(7i. Commanding 
the Troop.i in Australia 
W. N. Hutchinson 
I Simcoe Dnyncs 
i .M. C. Jolinstonp, from 87 P. 
9 M'm. F. Forster, KH.Mili- 
tari/ Secretary 

F. Jolin^^ton 

5 Edw. Jracarlhur, CB. 
Day Hort Macdo"u!l 
S Sir Ruben Garrett, h'CB. 

KII. on the Staff in India 
UX A. H. Trevor, AH. 
K. R. Wilford Brett 

G. T. C(domb 
Sir Sidney John Cotton, 

A'CB. from ID F., On the 
Staff, Kast Indies 
. .Mau. Barlow 

'ho.'lIonrT Johnston4 June J3 J. N. Jackson, from 99 F. 

"cnrv A. Hankev C July Hotot Trvdell, from 83 F. 

ICl John Campbell 9 July j tCl J. Clark, KII. 



le-vj. 




amcs Robertson Craufurd, 


from Gr. Gds. 


19 June 


Vm. S Balfour 


22 Aug. 


Villiam Booth 


23 Sept. 


lichard Greaves 


9 Xov. 


18.57. 




homas Gordon 


Higsins, 


from R. Art. 


Jiin.24 


JMl Wm. Henry 


KHiolt. 


KII. 


20 Jan. 


ringle Taylor, A'// 


10 May 



'lomer Young, A'W. 17 July 
Mix William Bell, from R. 

Art. 29 Aug. 

lenry Dive Townshend, 

from Depot Batt. 5 Sept. 

'homos Wright, CB. 8 Sept. 

1853. 

'hom:is Wood, fr. Gr. fids. 
11 Jan. 



K. H. D. E. Napier 

L'd'.vard Harvey 

Jas. Robt. Young 

.Sjr John Michel, A'C/?., On 

the Staff in China 
R. P. Douglas,!,/. f?oo. Com. 

the Troops in Jerseii 
Chas. Cr.infiinl Hav, In.'ip. 

Gen. at Ilythe 
W. L. Dames, from 37 F. 



C. Warren, CB., On the Stajf 

at Malta 
0. A. Malcolm, CB. 
R. H. Wynyard, CB., from 
58 F. Lt.Gen. Comm. the 
rorcfn at the (.'. of Good 
\ lliipc, and Licut.fior. 
iDiEil R.-liard llMrdinge, 

Kit., from R. Art. 
i Browne U illis, from R. Art. 
; Slim W. C. Anderson, from 
I R. Art. 

H W. R. Ord,from R. Kng. 

1 Nov. 

' Henry Evre, Commanding 

at Chatham 10 Nov. 

9 H. J. Savage, from R. 

, Eng. 23 Xov. 

I Lord Wm. Paulot, Com- 

manding S.H', District 

I laP.M'Phcrson.C'B. 24 Dec. 

!■ lS.:i9. 

R. S. Armstrong, from R. 
I Art. 10 Jan. 

: C. W. Ridley, CB. from Gr. 
i Gds. Com. Cork District 
13 Feb. 
John Patton 20 Feb. 

I D. A. Cameron, CB.25 Mar. ' 
T. Matheson 2 Apr. 

i |) Oeorie Bell, CB. 9 Apr. ' 
H. N. Vigors, from St. j 
' Helena Regt. 1 May 

L. A. Hull, from R. Kur. 
I 10 May I 

i R. Richardson-Robertson,' 
! CB. 14 Jlay ' 

S. Braybrooke, from Ceylon 1 
Rifles 12 June 

^ aCl R. L:i\T, KH. from R. ' 

Newfound. Comp.l7 July 

Sir Cha. T. Van Strauben- 

zee, KCB. 14 Aug. 

Sir A. M. Tnlloch, KCB. 

Military Superintendent 

of Out Pemioncrs Sept. 

tJeSllJ. Bloorafield, from 

R. Art. Imp. Gen. oj' 

ArtilUr/f 25 Sept. 

AV. G. Gold 17 Oct. 

T. Foster, from R. Eng. 

25 Oct. 
Ron. K. Bruce 7 Dee. 

A. C. Van. N. Pole 13 Dec. 



E. W. 1'. Walker, CB. from 
S. F.Gds. 20 Dec. 

1800. 

T. A. Drought 11 Jan. 

Charles Stuart 28 Jan. 

/fon. A. A. Spencer 15 Feb. 

C. Ash more 1 .Vnr. 

tISClF. Warde.from R.Art. 
8 Mar. 

SaiH.K. nioomfield, Com- 
manding a Brigade in 
Dublin 1 Apr. 

J. Lawrennon, Intjiectvr 
General of Cavalry O.tpr. 

S. J. Hodgson il Apr. 

C. Franklyn, CB., Com- 
manding a Brigade at 
Gibraltar 23 Apr. 

W. A. M'Clcverty, on the 
Staff in India 4 May 

L. D. Williams 5 May 

E. Wright, from R. Eng. 

17 May 
R.B.Wood, CB. 3 June 

C. E. Gold, from 05 F. 

15 June 

C. A. Lewis, from Gr. Gds. 

19 June 

^Pilia W. B. Ingilby, from 

R. Art. 22 June 

H. Sandham,from U. Kng. 

July 

Richard French 11 July 

Wm. Parlby, Com. Cavalri/ 

Brigade, Dublin 17 July 

Geo. Congrcve, CiJ. 20Jiily 

J'dinT. Hill 80 July 

M. Williams, from R. Eng. 

2 Aug. 

John Lorgfield 3 Aug. 

O.W. Balders, from 17Drs. 

31 Aug. 

P. W. Hamilton, from Gr. 

Gds. s\ n.x,,r. 

Cha. Hastings Doyle, /H.rptc- 

tor General of Militia in 

Ireland 15 Sept. 

R. J. Stotherd, from R. Eng. 

29 Sept. 

F. Horn, CB. on the Staff 
at Malta 13 Oct. 

J. F. C. Campbell, CB. from 
91 F. 12 Nov. 



GENERAL OFFICERS. Snpcnnimcrani to the FLred Establishment, u-ho were promofcil, 
'•FOR JDISTIKGUISIIED SERVICE," out of their regular turn. 



LIEUTENANT GENERAL. 



iJohn Edward Dupuis, CB. from Royal Artillery 



r Hugh H. Ro=e, GCB. 45 F. General and Commander ' ^w, . w... 

in Chi./ East Indies 23 Feb. tiO Charles A«h Windham, CB. On Staff in India 8 Sept. .53 

MAJOR GENERALS. •*•'«'■ Jolm Eardley Wilmot Inglis, ACB. 32 F. 20 Nov. .57 

I Sir James Hope Grant, GCB. from 9 Lancers, Lt.Gen. and 

r Richard James Pacres, KCB., from Royal Artillery Cominnndcr of the Forces in China 20 Feb. 58 

29 June 55 Sir William Ro-e Manslield, KCB., Lt.Gen. and Com- 

r William Fcnwick Williams. Bart. h'CB. from Royal i mander in Chief at Bombay 18 May 58 

AriiWe^j, Lt.Gen. Commanding in North America I Sir Edward Lngard, A'C/J. from 29 V., Secrctari/ /or 

2 Nov. 55 ; Military Correspondence, War Uffice 20 Jiily 58 

GENERAL OFFICERS on the HALF-PAY of their former Regimental Commissions. 



LIEUTENANT GENERALS. 

Irnry Duhe of Cleveland, KG. 

Cnattaclicd 8 Sep". 57 

)£tLlB. Lord Hotham, Unattached 

20 Aug. 58 

J UX Sir W. R. Clayton, Bl., Unaii. 

20 Ccl. 58 

. II. Richardfon. Uratt. 2 A[.r. M 

I'illinm ClianibtTlajne, do. 17 July 

It. Hon. Jouatl an I'eel.Unatt. 7 Dec. 

. H. t^rd Hon den, GCB. KH. 

Unatt. 20 Dec 

MAJOR GENERALS. 
I Thomas P. Thompson, Unatt. 

20 June 54 

ieo. Saunders Thwaitti, h. p. 57 F. 

20 June 54 



] {I William Cowpcr Cole=, Unattached 

20 June 54 

Arthur Duke of Wellington, KG. 

Unattached do. 

Jn«. Jl. Hstfie. h.p. CO F. .11 Aug. .15 

D R 1 1. Blake Lynch, Unnttaclieri 

31 Aug. 55 

TPZll Chnrles Disglf , KB. do. do. 

P John Murray Belfht*, do. do.: 

{) William Crokat, do. d<'. \ 

9 Norclille NirclifTe, KH. h.p. 18 

Drs. do. I 

Robert Mortin Ler.ke. Unatt. do. | 

j Alex. Mai lean Fr.i«i r, do. 8 Dec 50 ; 

I Peter Edwards, do. 14 Apr. 57, 

|J££l William Cartwright, Unati. , 

I 10 May 87 ' 

PJICl Arlhnr Gore, do. do.' 

, ^ David Goodsman, 10 May 57 '. 



SMI Thomas Robert Swinburne. 

Unattached 4 June 57 

JUSiiLl Geurge Whichcote, Unntt. do. 
£5.1 James Aitliiir Butler, do. do. 
D End. Meale, Uiialt. 20 Oct. .58 

|)£C1 Albeit Goldsin id, do. do. 

P lames Prieo Hely, KII., do. 
VZiX Chas. Rob. Bowers, do. 
IJJohn Ainaud, KII., rip. 
Ki'liard Connop, do. 

yTliomos Woljntux Williams, KH., 
20 Oct. 38 
IpiZl William Nrpcan, do. do. 

W. Holmes iiulton, do. do. 

eail G. T. Karl o/Albemarle, do. do. 
Fra. Main, of Convngliam, KP.. 

GCH., ■ do. do! 

F. O. Hy. Seyn.our, Unatt., i'^Kirr?/ 

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Il-„r &«■«•« »/■ </« Geaeml Officers who „rc nol Colomis of Reijimenh. 19 

Copi-nhagtn, 1807. T?landers with Lord Muira. in 1791 ; joined the 

2 G.neral Armstrong went °"«^. ^o f '"^"^j^^^^^^^ in th« winter of 

captured, on the .ird iSov. lbU.5, the ^^ "'^^ ;"° j ou,,d,.d by a luusUot-ball, which 

Monte Christie St. l^-'-i"^;.-"^^^'-; ";;\'^«3 S sT idged in tife arm. On board the 
entering the abdomen. "°^. ^^"'"^ J^^'^^ ,3^^^^^^^^^ On the 2.Uh June 18U8, 

Standard at the passage of the J^^^^l' ^/j'^^^ gun-boat Vvlpc near Corfu. I'resent at 

>vith a boat's crew he boarded ^l^'^P^^I^J.^^^y/;' severely wounded at the attack on Fort 
the reduction of f « ^^f ^^^^^^-J^^^.^ ' e^Vlo cd in boat a^id battery actions In 180. was. 
Bowj-er I5th Sept. IbU. Was "qiunuy e p^ commanded the Royal Marines during 

in a boat at the capture of a Irenth t» K ; ^^ i o ^ ^ .,,pral atta.;ks of the enemy. 

the siege of C:ura<:oa, and or -28 <=^'"f;="Y'«^^^j^^^^^^ and was honourablj mentioned. 

At the passage of the D-^'^f "dies ^^ ejptured the iu u „^ ^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^.^^ 

la 1807 he was at the blockade of Corfu and tne p .^^i-^^. ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^. 

raised and commanded a regiment of Indians, ma ^ as ^^^^^^^ i^ ^^^ .^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^^ ,^^^ 
in the attack on ^ew Orleans in ^^^•'•';i j',,. 1^^ ^broken, and right leg severely wounded, 
Ascension. During the «,l^°-J,^J"^fj^''J,^eelved a sl^re sabre cut^'in thi head, was bayon- 
was shot through the body '^"'^ ' '8^* ^'^"°;/ J^f 'e\ % i^^ his 107th action with the enemies ot lus 

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Patriotic Fund. . t^-^i ivirlnort's action. 23rd June 1795. In 1796 served in 

5 General Connoly served m LodLn^^^^^^^ I'orto Ferrajo. und destruc- 

the Mediterranean, including the e^'^''"'^"''". (V\ ' ^^ M. s. Excellent in the battle off 
tion of Martello Tower in St. liorcn.o La) "j^^- ^rfe's squadron off Toulon in 1798, 
Cape St. Vincent. Uth Feb. 1,9/. ^apture oi . jjannibcd, in the battle of Algesuas 

consisting of three frigates and two brigb. On boara tne / 'p,„g/^^,e. in the action off 

Gth July 1801, wounded «"d taken prisoner On board IL M. ^ ^^ ,^^ ^.^^^ ^^ ^ 

FlushingandOstend under Sir Sydney smith lGtb3Ky ^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^^ ^^ ^^^ j 

hagen, and capture of Danish i ee n ^^^'^J^^'^^ff^^^l debarked with detachments at Sche- 
H.M.S. Ha,nadnjad, when -"^.^ IlSu!\n 5u Sg the above periods he has been very 
veling, and took possession of ^^hejlf^'i^i^'of „un-boats aiid batteries. &c. &c. He has re- 
frequently engaged with t^e enemy in aSairsotgu ^.^^^ ^^^ ^,^^^p^_ 

ceived a reward from the Patriotic lu^^^^^^ 1,33.99 a during the 

6 General Uniacke ^^^^■f.\\^'''}^f^^^^^^^^^ 
preceding and subsequent 'I's'"'-^'^"'^^^' P"' f l^OsTin the I'eniusula. as a Deputy Assistant 
^ 7 General Vernon served the '^'^.'^Pf'f ^^J^^^.^P^'eitv with the Duke of Wellington's army 
Adjutant General. Subsequently m the J^^f/^SCra. Served with the 2nd battalion 
until June 1811. and was Pi;^^^"*/, ^.^'^^^^^J^ A„^^^^^^ Molino, and other operations, unti 
C6th, at the surprise of a French J^y^^o^^^.f ^^^^^^^ ..Auction of the Forts and buttle ot 
the capture of Badajoz. With th%>t"^^^' J^ ..^.^y severely at the close of the action, a 
SalamaLa-slightly wounded early |-/h; ^J^^^X S^^ after^earing along two ribs Fol- 
ball having entered his breast ^'^^^.^o f„"^^^Xe„ weeks, and resumed the command of his 
lowed the%rmy again at ^he expiration o^thj^ej^J^^ and subsequent to 

JKe^g^'otlJurritSJecr^^^^^^^^^ 

in 1801. On the expedition to ^^e north of German J YMorin, and the Pyrenees 

from Feb. 1812 to March 1814, mcluding the batU^^^ ' ^^^j^ Sept., and battle of 

(•>7th to 31st July) ; siege of San Sebastian from .4m A ^^^ ^,^^^^^^ ^^^.^^ ^^^_ 
Nivelle. Ho has the Gold Cross for salamanca^^^^^^^^^ 

manded a field battery; and the ^'l^ej \Wr Mu al «it ^1^^ ^^^^^ ^^^.^ .^ the Eastern 

to Sir liew Dalrjmple in Portugal 'n IbOb. Admiral Porree's squadron from 

U, Lirut.Gencral Fergusson ^'I'^^f'^'^Z^^n^ Blockade of Multi and cap- 

Egypt whf n in pursuit of the t rcnch and Spau.shtie. ts in ' ^ ^^ j^h a rcintV.rcomtnt 

fufe^of Admiral l'erT..'s ST>«;1™" ^«. ^^"''X^ieck d aVd s ve^ on board H. M. S. 

and suppl.es for the reli.fot ^>'%K»".^^^^-,„Y;u, onh /o r saved out ot a detachment of nuirly 
Queen Charlotte wh. n hurnt off Leghorn m ^J^ ;' ' ^" ^ "JfCoo p, rsons peri^ht d. Sei v.d at tHe 
.1)0 marines, including -P^-^^^^Sj;,"^ .e'^^^^ ^"^ ^""^ -"^'^ f '/ 



20 War Services of the General Officers. 

in Ejrypt with the expedition under Major-General Fraser in 1807. He has been repeatedly 
engaged in severe boat; actions, and against batteries, and debarked with detachments aiding 
in capturing and destroying ships and convoys on the enemy's coast. Has received the War 
Medal with one Clasp. 

11 Sir Duncan M'Gregor was actively employed in Sicily and Italy in 1806, including the 
skirmishes at St. Euphemie, battle of Maida, attack on Scylla Castle, and capture of Cairone. 
Campaign of 1807 in Egypt, including the attacks in the Desert, and siege of Rosetta. Cam- 
paign in Holland in 1809, including the attacks and captures of Ter Vere and Flushing. Cam- 
paigns in the Peninsula during part of 1813 and 14. Capture of Corsica in May 1814. 
Wounded through the right shoulder by a musket-shot at Maida, for which battle he has 
received the War Medal with one Clasp. 

12 Lord Hotham served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream Guards from April 1812 to 
Feb. 1814, with the exception of a short absence in consequence of a wound received at the 
battle of Salamanca. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was prpsent atthe battle of Waterloo. 
He has received the War Medal with four Clasps for Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nive. 

13 Sir Wm. Robert Clayton accompanied his regiment, the Royal Horse Guards, to the 
Peninsula in Oct. 1812, and commanded a squadron at the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, and 
at the period when Marshal Soult attempted to relieve Pampeluna. In 1815 again accompanied 
his regiment to the Netherlands, and was at the battles of Quatre Bras, Genappe, and Waterloo. 
He lias received the War Medal with one Clasp for Vittoria. 

14 Lieut. General John Drummond served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream Guards 
from January 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the battle of Vittoria, 
the crossing of the Bidassoa, capture of St. Jean de Luz, battles of Nivelle and Nive, the 
investment of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie, and has received the War Medal with three 
Clasps ; served also with the army of occupation in France. 

15 Lieut. General Buckley served in the Peninsula with the Grenadier Guards, from March 
1813 to the end ot that war in 1814, including the passage of the Bidassoa, battle of the Nivelle 
and investment of Bayonne. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battles 
of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and taking of Peronne. He has received the War Medal with 
two Clasps for Nivelle and Nive. 

16 Sir John Rowland Eustace served in Upper Canada the campaigns of 1813 and 1814, 
in command ol a troop of the 19th Light Dragoons attached to the division of the army under 
the immediate command of General Sir Gordon Drummond, and was engaged in the battle 
of Lundy's Lane near the Falls of Niagara on the 23d of July 1814, and commanded the whole of 
the cavalry outposts and piquets during the siege, was present at the storming of Fort Erie, 
and had the honour to be personally mtiitioned in the general orders of 1814 upon three different 
occasions. Accumpanitd the 1st battalion of the Grenadier Guards to Lower Canada in 1838, 
and was present with his regiment in the advance upon Napierville, and in the subsequent pur- 
suit ot the insurgents. 

17 Major General Daly served with the 24th on the expedition to Egypt in 1801. In April 
1805 he embarked with the 56th Regt. for Bombay, and he commanded four companies of the 2nd 
battalion employed in 1809, with a division in the field under Colonel Walker, at the storming 
of Mallia, and at the reduction of other Forts in the Kattiwar District. 

18 Lord Howden served as Aide-de-camp to his Grace the Duke of Wellington during the 
years 1817 and 18, to the close of the occupation in France. Employed by Government on a 
special mission, and was present at the battle of Navarin in 1827 (wounded, and mentioned in 
Commander-iU' chief 's despatch); siege of Antwerp in 1832 (wounded); campaign in Spain, in 
Navarre and Basque Provinces, in 1834. Is a Knight of the Legion of Honor, Second Class of 
St. Anne of Russia, Knight of Charles the Third of Spain, Third Class of Leopold of Belgium, 
and Commander of the Saviour of Greece. 

18t Lieut. General Sberbourne Williams served at the capture of Guadaloupe in 1815. 

19 Major General T. P. Thompson, prior to entering the Army, was several years in the Royal 
Navy. He served in the Rifle Brigade at the attack on Buenos Ayres, and was among the 
captured under General Crauford in the church of St. Domingo. Served in the Peninsula with 
the 14ih Light Dragoons, and was present at the battles of Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, 
for wTiich he has received the War Medal with four Clasps. As Captain in the 17th Light 
Dragoons, was in the Pindarree and other campaigns in India from 1815 to 1819. In 1819 was 
in the expedition under Sir Wm. Grant Keir to the Persian Gulf, as Secretary and 7\rabic 
Interpreter, and being kit there as Political Agent, he commanded a detachment of Native 
Troops ordered to act against the tribe of Beni-BooAli, which detachment being defeated by 
the Arabs, necessitated the expedition under Sir Lionel Smith in the following year. 

20 Major General Thwaites was actively employed from 1795 to 1817. He served in the 
expedition to the coast of Holland in 1796; in the East Indies from 1799; then on marine 
duiy on board H. M. S. La Forte, till wrecked in the Red Sea. The campaign of 1801 in 
Egypt, having volunteered, crossing the Desert of Suez with Colonel Lloyd's Detachment, 
with which he joined the Grand Vizier's Army on the advance to and surrender of Cairo. He 
served in the Peninsula as Captain of Light Infantry, 48th Regiment, from 1811 to 1813, includ- 
ing the sitge and storming of Badajoz in 1812, the battle of Salamanca (wounded), advance 
to and occupation of Madrid, battles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees f wounded in command of 
the Light Companies of the Brigade), besides minor aifairs. He has received the Sultan's 
Gold Medai of ihu Order of the Crcscpnt, and the War Medal with five Clasps. 

21 Major General Coles served in South America with the 14th in 1807, including the 
operations previous to, and storming of, Monte Video. Served afterwards in the Peninsula 



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from Aup. 1808 to Nov. 1811, and again from April 1813 to the onH of that warin 1814; present 
with the 4()th iit the bittlfs nt U leia, Vjinicni, uiul Tilavtra; with the4ih Dr.ifjdons at Husaco, 
Albuheru, imil Usugre; unci wuh the 12'h Light Dnigoons ut the passage of the Hidttsboa, the 
Niv»' ttn>l thi' Ail.iur. Ho has received the War Mnial with seven Clasps. 

22 L >ril ll.>keby served iht> sainpaign of 1815 with th-.' 3rri Guards, and was present at the 
bit'les of Quatre-Hras and Waterloo. S-rved the East-rn campaign of IS'iS in cominund of a 
Brigade, including the siege and tail of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp, A' fii , Commander of 
the Lenion of Honor, Sirdiniau Modal, Turkish Medil, and 3rd Clas* of the Medjiilie). 

24 Mijor (General Grant served in Hanover in 180.), under Lord Cathcart. 

25 Mijor General Crawford servt-d in a bomb vessel on the eoast of Trance in 1804 and ">; 
in the lines in front ot Sobial in Portugal, in 1809; with the army in Sieiiy in 1811, 12, and 13; 
at the capture of Genoa in 1814; and subsequently in the American war, including the battle 
of Bladensbiirg, capture of Washington, and engagements before New Orleans, on Ist and 
3rd Jan. 1815. 

26 Major General D irby served in Hanover in 1805; at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807; 
and the Corunna campaign in 1808-9. Has the W^ar Medil with one Clasp for Corunna. 

27 Major General Lnckwood commanded thf 3rd Light Dragoons throughout the campaign 
of 1842 in Att^hanistan under Gen. Pollock (Medal and CB.). and was present at forcing the 
Kh\ber Pass, storming the heights of Jugdulluck, action of Tezeen and Huftkotul, occupatioa 
of Caboo), siege and capture of Istalitf. He served also in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, 
and commanded a brigade at the battle of Goojtrat (Medal and one Cla'<p). 

28 Major (ieneral W. H. Slade was present at St. Sebastian in July and August 1813; 
blockade of Ea^onne and repulse of the sortie. He was one of tlio officers selected to accom- 
pany the boats from S ocoa to the mouth of the river Adour, and to assist in laying the bridge 
across. He has received the Silver War Medal with one Clasp for St. Sebastian. 

29 Major General King served in a mortur-boat in the Faro of Messina for two months 
in 1810. Advanced into the United States with Sir George Prevost's army, and commanded 
a battery against Plattsburg. 

30 Mdjor General Victor served in the Peninsula from December 1812 to the end of the 
war, including the battles of the Nive, Orthes, and I'oulouse, for which he has the War Medal 
with three Clasps. 

31 Major G- neral Dalton served at "Walcheren and at the siege of Flushing in 1809. 

32 Major General Barry served in the Peninsula from August 1812 to October 1813, and 
was severely wounded by a grape shot, 31st August 1813, when leading a party to the breach 
at the storming of St. Sebastian. He has received the Silver War Medal with one Clasp. 

33 Maor General Whinjates was present at the attack on Algiers by Lord Exmouth on 
27th August 1816. Served with the army in France in 1817 and 1818. In February 1839 
was commanding officer of Engineers with the Field Force in New Brumwick when the dis- 
puted territory was invaded by the state of Maine. Has the Meoal for the battle of Algiers. 

34 JIajor General Gough served as Deputy Quarter Master General of the army during the 
war in China, and received the brevet rank oi Major and Lieut. Colonel, together with the Com- 
panionship of the Bith, ft)r his conduct in action, he having been present in almost every 
engagement during the expedition. He was afterwards present in the battle of Maharajpore, 
as Mditary Secretary to the Commander in Chief in India ; and he commanded a Brijjade of 
cavalry at the battles of ^loodkee and Ferozeshah, and officiated as Quarter iVIaster General 
in the bittle of Sobraon, and was very severely wounded. Served the Punjaub campaign of 
1848-9 as Quarter Master General of Queen's Troops, and was present at the battles of Chil- 
lianwallah and Goojerat. 

35 Major General Furneaux served in the Peninsula from October 1810 to April 1813, and 
was with the covering army at the siege of Badajoz. 

36 Major General R. G B.W^ilson served in Holland, Belgium, aud France, from December 
1813 to January 1816, including the battles of Qualre Bras and Waterloo. 

37 Major General Emmett's servi^jes : — sieges of Badajoz in 1811 and 12; passage of 
the Mve, battles before Bxyonne, Orthes, and Toulouse. .Attack on the An^erican lines at New 
Orleans, every affair on that expedition, and the siege of Fort B twyer. Slightly wounded at 
Badajoz in 1811; again on the advance towards Orthes; and very severely wounded at the 
assault of Uadajoz in 1812. He has received the Silver \\i\r Jlednl with four Clasp.". 

38 Major General Water* servfd in the Peninsula from April 1812 to S -ptember 1814. Was 
at Cadiz when the siege was raised in the former year. In 1815 he was present in the actions 
of Qaatre Bras and Waterloo. He led one of the columns to the assault of Peronne on the 
26th June 1815, and was at the capture of Paris. 

39 Major General Pilcher served with the boats of the British fleet in 1801 in their 
occasional attacks on the Spanisli gunboats and vessels off Cadiz. In 1803 he served in the 
North Sea. In 1804 at the attack on the gun-boats and batteries at Boulogne. On 22ii 1 .July 
1805 in the general action and defeat of the combined fleets of France an 1 Spain ; and on 16th 
Aug. in action with La Topazu French frigate. In Jan. 1806 he land»d with the U. M. Bat- 
talion at the attack and capture of the Cape of Good Hope ; in June following with the same 
Battalion at the attack and defeat of the Spanish troops on the road to Bu> nos A) res, and at 
the capture of that city ; also at iti defence in August, an i aft'T three da)s' action was taken 
prisoii-r with the rest of the British. In 1811 he served in the North Sia in hcferal actions 
with Danish gun-boats. In 1813-14 off the coast ot France and America. Appointed to the 
2nd Battalion U. .M., and as Adjutant was at the attack of the American Army and its defeat on 
the road to BaUiuioro : at the attack on the Amcricaa troops at Farnbam Church he commanded 

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the advance, la 1815 he was at the attack of the American Rifle force near Point i Petip, and 
at the capture of that fort ia West Florida. From 1819 to 1821 heserved at St. Helena — daring 
the last Dine months of Napoleon'o life, and assisted with the Royal Marinrs at his interment. 

40 Major General Thomas Stevens waspresentblockadingBrest, the Haider, and Cadiz, and was 
engased with batteries. In 1809 he was engaged with gun-boats in passing convoys through the 
Sound and Categat; in H.M. S. Cerberus, witli convoy of armed transports and gun-boats in the 
Gulf of Friedland ; in the boats of the squadron in the successful attack upon the Russian Flotilla 
of heavy armed gun-boats and armed Transports ; and at the capture of a Russian schooner. 
From 1836 to 1840 he served in the Royal Marine Battalion on the north coast of Spain; was 
detached in command of a company for the defence of the Eastern Heights of Passages attached 
by the Carlists, and in the Carlist attacls of the Lines on the 6th June 1836; and he was also pre- 
sent at Fuentarabia, 11th July 1836. Has received the War Medal with one Clasp. 

41 Major General Gibsone landed from the Thunderer and served on shore for eight days in 
Bearhaven Bay in 1804. He was on board the Safeguard mortar brig in a severe action with a 
division of Danish gun-boa^s off Anholt in June 181 1, on which occasion the vessel was engaged 
for three and a half hours, and 19 were killed or wounded out of a complement of 29. The fol- 
lowing year he was engaged at Cateria on the north coast of Spain, and accompinied Captain 
Parke with two heavy guns intended for the army besieging Burgos. In 1813 and 14 he served 
in the American war, and was present at the attack on Craney Island, taking of Hampton, de- 
fence of the Lines of Chippewa, and on other occasions on the Niagara Frontier, where he sus- 
tained a severe fracture of the left arm, and a violent contusion on the right breast. 

42 Major General Mercer assisted at the destruction of the French squadron in Basque 
Roads. He was repeatedly landed on the north coast of Spain in 1810, co-operating with the 
Patriots. In 1812, while embarked on board H.M.S. Java, he was engaged with and captured 
by the United States frigate Constitution. Has received the War Medal with one Clasp, 

43 Major General Donald Campbell served at Walcheren in 1809. Has received the V/ar 
Medal with one Clasp. 

44 Major General Why lock served in Sir Robert Calder's action off Ferrol; in boats cuttin* 
out from under batteries at Rota, 7th April 1808 ; commanded the Royal Marines landed from the 
Anglo-Sicilian Squadron to assist in the defence of the island of (^apri when besieged by Gen. 
la Marque; at the capture of Leda from the harbour of Rovigno, 1st April 1809; at the attack 
and capture of a convoy under protection of a battery at Pessaro, 23rd April; on 15th May 
at the attack on the town of Rota and destruction of seven vessels; on 8th September at tho 
cutting out of La Pugliesse from the harbour of Barletta, On 1st June 1812, commanded a 
Storming party in Isle Verte, near Toulon — enemy routed and a demi-lune battery destroyed. 
At the capture of the Island of Powza, 27th February 1013 ; at the cutting out of an armed 
vessel from under the batteries of Orbetello, 9th May; and 14th Oct. following, at the capture of 
seventeen vessels at Marinello, after destroying a battery which protected them; at the siege 
and capture of St. Maria in March, and the siege and capture of Gerona in April, 1814; com- 
manded the Royal Marines at the storming and capture of Sidon, 26th Sept. 1840 (made Brevet- 
Major), and was slightly wounded in the left arm; on 10th Oct. was in command of a super- 
numerary battalion when the city and garrison (2,000 men) of Beyrout surrendered; was senior 
officer of Marines at the bombardment and capture of St. Jean d'Acre (Medal). He has 
received the War Medal with two Clasps. 

45 Major General Bury served with the Royal Marine Battalion on the north coast of 
Spain in 1836-38 (Knight 1st Class St. Fernando). 

46 Major General C. C. Pratt was at the taking of Capri in the Bay of Naples, under Sir 
Sidney Smith, 11th May 1806. At the cutting out of six armed vessels from under the bat- 
teries of Lamica, in the Island of Cyprus, in January 1808. Belonged to the Battalion of Royal 
Marines commanded by Sir James Malcolm, which served in Spain, the coast of Amrica, and 
Canada, for four years, and was present at all the services performed by it, including the battle 
of Frampton ia the Chesapeake, and the storming and taking of the enemy's fort and post of 
Oswego on Lake Ontario. Served also in the Battalion of Royal Marines in Spain and was 
present at the battles of the 16th June 1836, and Hernani 16th March following, together with 
all the services performed there for nearly four years (Knight 1st Class St. Fernando). 

47 Major General Gillespie was landed with a detachment of Royal Marines at Rosas on 
7th Nov. 1808, and occupied the citadel. Present at the sortie on the 8th, when the British 
were forced by the superior number of the enemy to retire. Served on the China expedition 
(Medal), and was present at the attack and capture of the forts and works at Chuenpee, and 
the capture of Annunghoy and North Wantong. 

48 Major GeneralJohn Harvey Stevens served in the West Indies, &c. in 1806 and ISO", 
during the expedition to Walcheren in 1809, and was engaged in several flotilla affairs on 
the Scheldt. Served also at the successful defence of Cadiz and of Tarifa in 1810 and 1811 ; 
was engaged in several detached operations, particularly in one of a severe character on the 
river Guadalquiver. In 1813 was employed on the coast of America, where he was engaged 
in an attack on Craney Island, and at the taking of Hampton and Oeracoke under Sir 
George Cockburn. Served in Canada at the taking of Oswego, on which occasion he was 
mentionftd in Sir Gordon Drummond's despatches. Engaged during a six weeks' siege of 
Fort Erie, and was intrusted with the construction of a field-work for the defence of the 
right of the position on Chippewa Creek, which was menaced by a very superior force. In 
1816 he was on board the Queen Charlotte at the attack on Algiers under Lord Exmouth 
by whom he was detached to fire carcases at the enemy's vessels within the Mole. He was 
also present at the demonstrations before Algiers under Admiral Sir H. B. Neale. Has received 
the War Medal with one Clasp. 



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49 Maj.ir General Reignolds served with the 49th on tho China expcflitirn (^Icdal), and 
was pr»-»ent at tlie storoiing nC tho heights and forts al)i)v.> Canton, taking of Amoy, second 
capture of Chusan, storuiiiij^ of tlie turtilied heights of Chinhae, taking of Ningpo, attack and 
c;iptiire of the enemy's entrenched camp on the heights of S'goiin (severely wounded), capture 
of Chupoo (wounded), Woosung, and Chin Kiang Foo, and landing before Xankin. Served 
throughout the Hurmesc war of 1852-,").T (Medal), nearly the entire period as a Brigadier. On 
the 4th April 1S.)2 einharked with a force of '.4()t)men from Maulraein for the attack on Mar- 
taban. Commanded at the attack on shore. Was on board II. M. S. liattliT during the ship's 
ensagement with and destruction of the stockades on the river side in front of Kangoon, 11th 
April ; tho following morning liindcil at Rimgoon in command of the 18th Royal Irish. On 
1.3th April succeeded to the command of the 1st IJengal llrigade, which he commanded 
throughout the war, and was present at the storm and capture of Ilungoon, capture of Prome. 
and repulse of the enemy on the night of Sth DeccmbiT 1852. For his services, was several 
times recommended by General Godwin to the Governor-General of India in Council, 
lleti'.rned from India with the 18th Royal Irish in May 1854 ; embarked December following 
for the Crimea, and was at the siege of Sebastopol until April 1855 (Medal and Clasp, and 
Turkish Medan. 

50 Major General Hugh Evans served in Ulysses and Barossa from 1810 to 1815 on the 
West India and North America station, and was engaged in tho whole of the operations of the 
squadron up the Chesapeake in 1813. 

51 Major General Lynch has the War Medal with two Clasps for Egypt and Fuentes d'Onor. 

52 Major General Diggle served with the 52nd Regt. in Sicily, under Sir John INloore, and 
on tho expedition to Gottenburgh. Subsequently he served in the Peninsula, and was present 
during the retreat and at the battle of Corunna, as also in the action of the Coa, battle of liusaco, 
and affairs when the Army fell back upon the Lines of Torres Vcdras. lie served also the 
campaign of 1813, 14, and 15, including the two attacks on tlie fortilird village of Merxem, — 
in the latter of wliich ho commanded the 2ad Battalion in the advance upon Antwerp for the 
bombardment of the French Fleet. lie was also present at the battle of Waterloo, where 
during the repulse of the FrPDch Imperial (Juard he was severely wounded, and received the 
Brevet of Mijor. lie has received the War Medal with two Clasps for Corunna and Busaco. 

53 Major General Belshcs served with the 2nd Battalion 4tli Regt. in the expedition to 
Walcheren in 1809. On the 1st Battalion arriving in Portugal, he resigned his staff appoint- 
ment as Military Secretary at Gibraltar, and joined that Battalion then stationed at Torres 
Vedras, and served with it during the whole advance from Santarem iind the Lines, and was 
present during several affairs ; also at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor. In Dec. 1811 was appointed 
Aide-de-C-amp to Sir James Leith, and was present at the storming of Badajoz, battle of 
Salamanca, and storming of St. Sebastian (mentioned in Dispatches). Srved under Lord 
Lynedoch at the passage of the Bidassoa, and was attached to Lord Hopetown at the passage 
of the Adour and the blockade of Bayonne. lias tlie War Medal with four Clasps. 

54 Major General Cnkat served in Sicily in 1807; in Portugal in 1808, under Sir Arthur 
Wellesley; in Spain and at Corunna under Sir John Moore; on the Walcheren txpedition in 
1809; subsequ^ntly in the Peninsula. He had charge of Napoleon at St. Helena when he died, 
and he brought home the despatches of his death. Served afterwards in the East Indies. He 
has received the M'ar Medal with four Clasps for Vimiera, Corunna, Vittoria, and Pyrenees 
(4everely wounded). 

55 Major General Norcliffe served in the Peninsula with the 4th Dragoons, and was present 
at the battles of Talavora, Busaco, and Albuhcra; cavalry action of Usagre, and battle of Sala- 
manca, in which last he was severely wounded and taken prisoner. He has received the War 
Medal with lour Clasps. 

56 Sir Josias Cloet6 served in the 15th Hussars from 1809 to 1813, as Aide-de-Carap to Lord 
Charles Somerset, the Governor and Commander-in-Chief at the Cape of Good Hope, Irom 1813 
to the end of 181 G, when he was sent in command of an expedition to take possession of the 
island! of Tristan d'Acunha. Served in India during the Pindarree and Mahratia War from 
1817 to 1819. Appointed to act as Deputy Quarter Master General at the Cape in 1820, and 
conducted tho landing and settlement of a large body of emigrants sent out by Government. In 
1822 was sent home with important despatches, and received the brevet rank of Major. In 1835 
nominated a KII. In 1840 became Deputy (Quarter Master General at the Cape. In 1842 
commanded a body of troops sent to Natal to relieve a detachmfiit besieged by Insurgent Boers, 
for which service wai named a CB. Served during the Ktiflir wars of 1840, and of 1851-53, 
(Medal), including the campaign in the Basoola country, and the battle of Berea. In acknow- 
ledgment of his services, received the honour of Knighthood. 

57 Mojor General George Macdonald accompanied the expedition to Hanover in 1805; joined 
the army in Sicily in 1806. and was employed with it in its various operations until isio ; in 
the latter year he went with the expedition to Naples, and was present at the capture of Isehia 
and Procida; returi.ed to Sicily and employed against the Freuch army in 1811; in 1812 was 
employed in Spain, including the battle ot Castalla, and siege of Tarragona; embarked for 
Canada in 1814, and was present at the operations bctoro Plattsburg. He served also tho 
campaign of 1815, and received three wounds at Waterloo, viz. in the leg, in the neck, mid 
through the body, wounding the lungs. 

58 Major General I)<rin/y'3 services:— Campaign and battle of Corunna (severely wounded 
in both knees); expedition to Walcheren, including the siege and capture of Flushing ( wounded 
in left arm). In the IVninsul* campaigns, from December 18 lo to the end of that war in 
1814, including the affairs of Pombal and Redinha, re-capture of Campo Mayor, capture of 



24 JVar Services of the General Officers. 

01iven9a, I'^t siege of Baflajoz, feattle of Albuhera, siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege 
and capture of Badajoz, ban.le of Salamanca, affdir of Ald>^a de Ponte, retreat from Madrid, 
affdiri of Osma and J(.icauna, battle of Vitt iria, blockade of Pampeluna, affa'rs of Roncesvalles, 
Zubisi, &c,, battles of Pampeluna, 28th July, and of the Pyrenees, 30th July, affairs of 
Echalar, St. Estevan, &c., capture of San Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa, battle of the 
Nivetle (dangerously wounded through the body, reported killed); battle of Orthes, affairs of 
Bastide de la Clarence, and Gave d'Oleron. Twice wounded, musket-ball in left arm, and by 
a splinter of a shell in the chest at the battle of Toulouse, but did not quit the field. He has 
received the Gold Medal for Toulouse, and the Silver Wax Medal and nine Clasps. 

59 Major General Windham served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, as an Assistant 
Quartermaster General up to the fall of Sebastnpol, and was promoted Major General " for his 
distinguished conduct in having with the greatest intrepidity and coolness headed the column of 
attack which assaulted the enemy's defences on the 8th September 1855" (Meddl and Clasps, 
CS; Commander of the Legion of Honor, Commander 1st Class of the Military Order of Savoy, 
and 2nl Class of the Mcdjidie). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, and commanded 
a Division throughout the operations at Cawnpore in Nov. and Dec. 1857 (Medal). 

60 Maor General Yule served in Canada during the greater part of the war of 1812-1814; 
was present at the affair of Street's Creek, and dismantled under fire the bridge there, by which 
the advance of a superior force of the enemy was retarded ; was also in the actions of Chippewa 
(horse mortally wounded) and Lundy's Lane. 

61 Major General James Gordon's services: — attack on the Castle of Scylla, June 1809; 
siege and capture of Santa Maura, March 1810. 

62 Major General Ashmore was in the 3Ionarch in Sir Samuel Hood's action with the 
Erench frigates in 1806. From November 1807 till August 1809 in the Grampus, employed 
at the Cape of Good Hope, Madagascar, and blockade of the Mauritius. From February 1810 
to January 1812 in the Poictiers blockading Brest, Basque Roads, and in the Tagus: whilst in 
Basque Roads, was frequently in the boats sent to annoy the coasting trade, a service that 
brought them continually under fire of the batteries, or into action with the gun-boats. When 
in the Tagus, was with the detachment of Marines sent with a small force of Portuguese under 
General Trant to destroy the Puntoons preparing by Marshal Massena at Santarem to cross 
the Tagus: was on piquet under that town the night of the Marshal's retreat from the Lines. 
In 1812 he was attached to the 2nd Bittalion at Santander, north coast of Spain. On the 
return of the battalions to England he joined the 1st Battalion; was at the attack on Norfolk, 
taking of the town of Hampton, &c. When the battalion was broken up at Isle Aux Noix he 
was left for Lake service till 1817. From August 1826 to August 1829 was serving on the 
South American station in the Ganges : was landed at Rio, on the occasion of the German and 
Irish troops revolting in 1828, to protect the Imperial family and palace of San Christoph, and 
co-operate with the French and other forces landed to quell the mutiny. 

63 Major General Marshall served in the Peninsula from January 1811 to October 1813, 
including the first siege of Badajoz, siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and storm of San 
Sebastian. Slightly wounded at Ciudad Rodrigo 16th Jan. 1812 ; severely wounded twice by 
musket-shots at San St-baslian 31st August 1813. when leading the advance of the column of 
attack up the great breach. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps. 

64 Major General Piper served six campaigns in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, from 
March 1810 to the 27th Jan. IG. From 1810 to 12 was employed in the Lines of Lisbon and 
Almeida; and from Jan. 1812 to the conclusion of hostilities in 1815, held the command of a 
Division of a Pontoon Train (having been entrusted during that period with the organization 
and equipment of four several bridges) ; threw the bridges of the Guadiana, Tagus, Bidassoa, 
Gave dOleron, Garronne, and S^ine ; served in the trenches at the last siege of Badajoz, from 
the morning of the 18th to the 23rd of ]March, when the bridges of communication below the 
town being destroyed and sunk, was despatched (by order of the Commander of the Forces) to 
re-establish and remain with them — parsing shot, shell, and ammunition during the nights, and 
provisions during the daytime — for the remainder of the operations, received the thanks of Sir 
Rowland Hill at the pabsage of the Tagus in August same year, on the advance of his column 
to Madrid ; and subsequently, when en route to Salamanca (in consequence of the enemy's 
cavalry intercepting the communication through the Sierra-do- Gato) was commanded by 
written instructions from the (.lommander of the Forces to retire with the bridges on Alcantra 
de la Reiua and Badajoz, to Elvas, and finally to Abrantes; where, equipping a tresh train of 
boats for the operations of the ensuing year, advanced with the army from Sibugal and Frey- 
nada to the Ebro and Victoria; passage of the Bidassoa in Oct. and latter part of the blockade 
of Pampeluna ; actions of the 9th and 11th Dec. 1813 at Bayonne ; do. Toulouse iiil814 ; pissed 
and repassed His Grace the Commander of the Forces and Staff during the operations of the 
day, from the right to the left bank of the river, on a fly-raft of three boats; and subst quently, 
advancing to M mgiscard on the Canal Royaldu Midi, prooeeced thence to Bordeaux. Proceeded to 
Cejlon, Edit Indies, 16th June 1816 Served as commanding engineer in the Kandian Provinces, 
during the iu'^urrections of 1817 and 18. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps. 

65 Major General Faddy, prior to entering the Royal Artillery, was a Midshipman on board 
the Asia, at the capture of the Dutch Fleet in Saldanha Brvy in 1795: present at the attack on 
Fort Jerome, St. Domingo, and at the siege and capture of the city of Santo Domingo in 1809; 
served in the Peninsula and France from July 1810 to June 1814, including the siege of San 
Sebastian, passage of the Adour, investment ot Bayonne and repulse of the sortie, besides 
various minor affairs. 

66 Major General F. R. Thomson was attached to the Prussian army in 1815, and serTed 
at Maubeuge, Landrocy, Phillipville, and RocroL 



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67 Major General Hughes served in the 80th Kegt. with the iirmy in linrinah in 18">2-5.i; 
was presfiit lit the eiipfiire and occupation of Prome, and at the night aliucit <if the cik my en 
the ciimp at Prome, 8 Dec. 18J2. Commanded the expedition sent into the Poutifjdey district 
in Feb. and March 1S5.} ; succeeded in capturing arms and ammunition, and in bringing to 
Prome a large quantity of grain (Medal). 

68 Mijor Gen.'ral Cole has received the Medal for the Kiffir war of 1851-53, daring which 
he commanded the Iloyul Engineers in South Africa. 

ti'J Major General \V. Yorkc Moore served as a Captain in the MOth Regt. throughout tho 
campaign against the Raj ih of Coorg in April 1834. 

70 M.ijor Gt-neral M;itson served in the Peninsula from Nov. 1812 to the end of tho war, 
including the affair of S in Milan, advance of the army and crossing the Ehro. battle of Vittoria, 
blockade of Pampeluna, sieges and storm of Siin Sebastian, passage of tho Bidassoa, battle of 
the Niveile, blockade of Bayoniie and repulse of the sortie. In 1815 on the expedition to 
America ; and with the army in the Nitherlands from June 1815 to Nov. 1818. He has 
received the Silver War Medal with three Clasps. 

71 Major Gen-ral IJooth's servicrs:— Siege of Cullinger (wounded at the assault). Nepnul 
war in 1SI+, including the sieges of Kohinga, Nahu, and Ji-tuck. Mahratta war in 1817-18, 
including the sieges of Singhur, Latarak, Tourunder, and Wursetta. Burmese war in 1824-5, 
wounded at the storming of JIartaban. 

72 Mttj.ir General Greaves servtd with the 7tb Fusiliers in America, in the campaign of 
1814, and was also present in the attack on New Orleans, on the 8th Jan. 1815. 

73 Major General Alves served the whole of the campaigns in Spain, Portugal, and 
France, of 1810, 11, 12, 13, and 14, with the 74tli in Picton's division, without having ever 
been absent from it for a single day, including the battle of Busaco, retreat to the lines of 
Torres Vedras, occupation of them, ami subsequent advance in pursuit of Massena, actions 
at Pombal, Redinha, Foz d'Arou.-e, Guarda, and Sabiigal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of 
Badajoz in June 1811, actions at El Bodon and Aldea do Pontc, siege and storm of Ciudad 
Rodrigo, siego, storm, and escalade of the Castle of Bidujoz in March and April 1812, battle 
of Salamanca, capture of .Madrid and the Retiro, affairs on the retreat fioin iMadrid ti 
Salamanca and Portugal in Nov. 1812, subsequent advance and passage of the Ebro, battle 
of Vittoria, blockade of Pampeluna, the battles in the Pyrenees on the 27th, 28th, and 30th 
July, battles of the Niveile, the Nive, and Orlhes, actions of Vic Bigorre and Tarbes, and 
battle of Toulouse. He has the War Medal with eleven Clasps for Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, 
Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Niveile, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

74 Major Gtneral Alex. M. Eraser was employed in the expedition against Sambas in the 
Island of Borneo. 

75 Major General W. H. Elliott embarked with the 51st Regt. for Lisbon, 26th Jan. 1811, 
and was present at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, covering the siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, second 
siege of Bidajoz, affair near Val Moresco, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid and the 
Retiro, coverins: the siege of Burgos, retreat into Portugal, during which operation he served as 
Aide de Camp to Colonel Mitchell, commanding 1st Brigade, 7th Division, and received a con- 
tusion on the shoulder from a musket ball when conveying orders to an officer who was skir- 
mishing in advance. In June 1813, he was appointed Act iig Aide de Camp to Major General 
Inglis, and was present at the battles of the Pyrenees, 30th and 31st July — rtceived a flesh 
wound from a musktt ball, and had a horse killed; action at Lesaca, battle of Niveile, attack 
of the heights of St. Pc, and battle of Orthes. Appointed Majir of Brigade to the Ut Brigade, 
7th Division, served as such until the end of that war, and has the War Medal and five Clasps. 
Served also the campaign of 1815, in duding the battle of Wuttrloo, storming of Cambra}', 
where he had charge of the scaling ladders, and capitulation of Paris. Served in command of 
the Madras Brigade throughout the Burmese war of 1852-53; was on board the steam frigate 
Ferooz during the Naval action and destruction of the enemy's stockades on the Rangoon 
River, and was second in command during the succeeding three days' operations and assault 
of the Gr»ai; Shoe Dragon Pagoda, and was present at the night attack of the Burmese at 
Prome (Medal and Clasp, and was twice thanked by the Governor General). On 20th Nov. 
1853, he put down a pkt and general rising of a large body of natives and others from Ava, 
having for its object the sudden seizure of the Great Rangoon Pagoda, the station, and the 
city, and the murdering of all the British subjects therein. 

76 Major General Hawkins commanded the Royal Marines, about 200 strong, at the 
attack and destruction of Malloodoo, in Borneo. 

77 Major Gtneral James Clarke served in the attack on the Russian gun-boats and bat- 
teries on Percida Point in 1809. At the capture of Guadaloupe in 1810, and at the battle of 
Algiers. War Medal with two Clasps. 

78 Major General Eyre's services: — Expedition to Portugal and occupation of Lisbon in 
1808; aiivaiice upon Midrid and retreat to Corunna in 1808-'J; affjir at Lugo and battle of 
Corunna. for which he has rec^eived the Silver War Mtd.l with one Clasp. Eighteen years con- 
tinued service in the We?t hides, from Oct. 1810 to April 1828; aiid in command of the Royal 
Artillery in China, at n< ng Kong, from August 1847 to May 1851. 

79 Major Gtneral Childs bcrvtd in 11 M. 8. Giltraltnr, blockading Cherbourg, L'Orient, 
and Basque Roadj, and freipienily in boats cutting out French coasters. Early in 1813 he 
volunteered to serve in the lot Haitilion under Colonel Sir Richard Uilliamsin the Chrsniicake, 
and was at the attick of Craney Island, taking of the enemy's camp !it I1ampt< n, and cajiture 
of Kent l.-iland, and in many minor engagemtnts on the enemy's cuast; alter which he accom- 



26 War Services of the General Officers. 

paniod the battalion to Canada, and was actively emploj-ed on the Frontiers, and frequently in 
command of gun-boats on Lake Champlain. On the 11th Sept. 1814 he was engaged on board 
the Confiancc, in one of the most severe actions fought during the wai% in which Commodore 
Djwnie (the car>tain of the ship), Captain Anderson, R.M., and 41 men v/ere killed, and 
upwards of 100 wounded, out of a complement of 260. He also served the Syrian campaign 
(Medal) of 1840, including the attack and capture of Sidon, capture of Beyrout, bombardment 
of Acre, and other desultory services. Has received the War Medal with one Clasp. 

80 Major General Dames served in the 66th Regt. in Canada during the rebellion of 1837-38. 
Served in tlie 37th in Ceylon, and was sent on to India with 500 men of the Regf. in June 1837, 
on the outbreak of the mutiny. At Ghuzeepore disarmed a regiment of Naiive Infantry, the 
Dinapore mutineers tlireatening tliat station. Was besieged at Azimghur by Koer Sing's force, 
and had his horse shot under him while making a sortie for the purpose of taking a gun that 
was constantly firing on our entrenchments (Medalj. 

81 Major General Cartwright served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 with the 61st, including 
the battles of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, for which he has received the 
Silver War Medil with five Clasps. Served the campaign of 1815 with the 10th Hussars, and 
was present at the battle of "Waterloo. 

82 Major General Gore served the campaign of 1815 with the 30th, and was slightly 
wounded at Waterloo. 

83 Major General Goodsman served in the Peninsula with the 6lst, and was wounded at 
Talavera, for which battle he has received the War Medal with one Clasp. 

84 Major General Pringle Taylor proceeded in 1811 to join the 22nd Dragoons in the East 
Indies, where he served until their return to Europe and disbandment, 25th October 1820. He 
was in the field in 1815 and 16, and during the whole of the Mahratta war in 1817, 18, and 19; 
the published official records show that bis conduct v/as conspicuous in the Brigade Cavalry 
actions of Biicktowiie and of Nagnore, and of Ashta (20th Feb. 1818), when he incurred, as 
Brigade Major, the responsibility of countermanding the retreat and ordering measures which 
terminated in the entire defeat of the Peishwa, the death of the gallant Gokla, and the rescue 
of the Eajah of Satarrah, the most influential events in terminating the war. At the siege of 
Capaul-droog, he commanded a battery a,t the storm (13th May 1819), he blew open the first 
gate with a galloper gun of the 22nd Dragoons, and heading the Forlorn Hope, he stormed in 
succession the five distinct circles of fortifications, every man and ofl&cer of his party being 
either killed or wounded; he received at the summit of that strong hill fort, at the moment of 
success in its capture, a shot through his lungs and body that killed the Grenadier behind him. 
The Governor- General of India specially recommended him to favourable consideration for his 
services in India. In 1823 and 24 he was employed in the Cape Cavalry against the Caffres. 
In Jan. 1841 he was relieved from a bullet which had been in his body since 1819. In Aug. 
1846 his life was imperilled from a surgical operation consequent upon the passage of some 
cloth driven into him by a shot. In Nov. 1848 he was relieved from a piece of bane broken in 
his body by a shot. From April 1854 to Dec. 1857 he was a Colonel on the Staff at the Cape 
of Good Hope, where at a period of peculiar difficulty and imminently threatened war he com- 
manded in Kaffraria then under martial law. In 1827 he was sent to Ecgland from iMalta to 
establish discipline in acorps that had fired at and nearly killed their Adjutant, their insubordina- 
tion sustained by a turbulent mob at a period ot popular excitement. He took command and 
t'le battalion shot him three times on the public parade, they fired into his windows and shot 
through the cheek a field aide who stood behind him. Without calling in other troops he sup- 
pressed the mutiny, and alone he overawed the fury of the mob. The approbation of his 
Major General wrs submitted by his Lt.General to the Horse Guards, and elicited through the 
Adjutant General the Sovereign's record that " the decided and necessary measures to which he 
hiid resorted had effectually repressed ihe spirit that prevailed when he assumed the command." 

85 Major General Cater served in the Peninsula from April 1810 to January 1814, including 
the defence of Cadiz, battle of Barrosa, and siege of Tarragona. Served also the campaign of 
181.!>, including the bAttie of Waterloo, and taking of Cambray and Paris. He has received 
the Silver War Medal with one Clasp for Barrosa. 

86 Major General Swinburne served with the 1st Guaxds in Holland under Lord Lynedoch, 
and subsequently in the Peninsula and South of France. Also the campaign of 1815, including 
the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, storming of Peroime, capture of Paris : at Peronne he 
commanded a storming party. He served afterwards with the Army of Occupation in France. 

87 Major General Whichcote joined the 52nd as a volunteer in December 1810, and served 
with it in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, and was present in the actions of Sabugal, El 
Bodon, and Alfayates, siege and storm of Ciudad Eodrigo, and of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, 
retreat from Burgos, battle of Vittoria, action at Vera, battles of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, the Nive, 
Orthes, Tarbes, Toulouse, and Waterloo. lie has received the War Medal with nine Clasps. 

88 Major General Butler served the campaign of 1815 with the 3rd Battalion of the Grena- 
dier Guards, and was present in the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo (where he carried 
the colours) storming of Peronne, and capture of Paris. 

89 Major General John Campbell terved in the Waterloo campaign with the 44th Foot, and 
was wounded at ihe battle of Quatre Bras. Served as Aide de Camp to Sir William Macbean 
in Ihe first Burmese war, and was present at the capture of Rangoon and in several subsequent 
actions. Commanded the Brauhurnois District during the rebellion in Canada in 1838, and 
was promoted to the rank of Lieut. Colonel for his conduct on the e)ccasion. 

90 iMsjor General Plomer Young served as Adjutant of the S9th at the capture of the Isle of 



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Franco in 1810, and at the capture of Java in 1811 (lor which lie has received the War Medal 
with one Clasp), i.n which lust service he was wouiideil in the iietion of Weltevreilen, and also 
at the sturrninj; of V>n C init^lis; and was. for his c mduct on those occasiuns, appointed, by 
Major-General Sir li ibcrt Gillespie, Major of Bria;ade to theBitavia Division of the Force. 
Accompanied Sir Hobi-rt ai such in the arduous operations aj^ainst Djocjocarta in IS 12, which 
termiuaitd bj the storm of that capital (severely wounded), and capture of the Sultan. Served 
03 Major of Brigade on the expedition to Ava from June 18->4 until the close of the Burmese 
war in 1S2G, and was present at the principal ati'airs during that period, including operations 
in the vicinity of Uangoon, defeat of I'andooUi's army at the Sheevedageen Pagoda, Tavoy, 
McTj^ui, Kokein, Denobiu, Prome, Mt-lloon, and I'ugahm Mow. He served in Canada in com- 
mand of the Johnstown District during the insurrection of 1838, and commanded the 
Troops in the attack and defeat of the Brigands under Van Scoultz at the Windmill Poi;>t 
near Prcscott, on the 13th }iov. 1838, and was promoted to Lt. Colonel by brevet in conseiiuence. 

91 Major General Dunn served the campaign of 1805 in Italy; battle of Maida and capture 
of Scylla Castle in ISOG; expedition to Egypt in 1807, including the attack on Alexandria and 
Kosetta, and battle of El Haraet (taken prisoner). Defence of Scylla Castle in 1 80S -, Peninsular 
campaigns of 1810 and 11, including opirations before Ciudad Rodrigo, operations between the 
Aguadaand Almeida, battles of the Coa, Busaco, and Albuhera ; actions at. Usagre and Aldea de 
I'onte, at which last he was severely wounded in the groin by a musket ball, which remains un- 
oxtracted. Served also in the American war in 1814, including the taking of Moose Island, and 
occupation of Castine. Has the War Jlcdal with three Clasps for ^Maida, Busaco, and Albuhera. 

92 Major General Fogo served in America during the whole war, including the battle of 
P^attjburg. 

93 ^lajor General the Honourable William Arbuthnott served in the Peninsula, and was 
present at the passage of the Douro, and the battles of Oporto, Talavera, and Busaco : for 
the two last he has received the War Medal with two Clasps. 

94 Major General Blacbley served in the Pminsula and France from Feb. 1812 to Aug. 
1814, including the siege and capture of Bulajo/., affair of Castrajon, battle of Salamanca, 
capture of Madrid and the Retiro, siege of Burgos, and retreat from thence, affair of < )sma, 
battle of Vittoria, siege and capture of San Sebastian (both operations), passage of the Bidassoa 
and the jN'ivelle, actions of the 9lh, lotli, 11th, and 12th Dec. 1813, in front of Baynnne, passage 
of the Adour, investment of Biyonne and repulse of the sortie, on which occasion he was 
wounded in the head by a musket-ball. He has received the Silver War J^Iedal with five Clasps. 

95 Major General Belson served in the Peninsula and South of France from July 1>^0'.( to 
the end of the war in 1814, including the retreat from Talavera, action in front of Almeida, 
action of Ihe Coa, battle of Busaco, actions nt Pombal, Redinha, Cazal JVova, Foz d'Arouce, 
and Sabugal ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, actions on the heights of the Agueda, sieges of Ciudad 
Kodrigo and Badajoz, actions at Castrajon (severely wounded), San Munos, San Milan, and 
Oima; battle of Vittoria, action with the French. 28th June 1813, in the morning before they 
enter* d Pampelnna, in which he captured their last gun from Vittoria ; actions in the Pyrenees, 
passage of the Nivelle, Nive, and Gave d'Oleron ; and battle of Orthes, besides various minor 
affiirs and skirmishes. He has received the M'ar Modal with nine Clasps. 

96 Major General Townshend served with the 41'>t Reet. in the American war, and was 
present at the taking of Fort Niagara, Blackrock, and Buflalo, battle of I.undy's Lane, and 
assault on Fort Erie 14tli August 1814, where he was severely wounded through the left 
shoulder. He was promoted to the Brevet rank of Lieut.Colonel for services during the 
Canadian Rebellion in 1837-38. 

97 Major General ^Vright served the campaign against the Rajah of Coorg in 183.t, and 
received a very severe injury in the right leg in leading the advanced attack at the taking of 
the stockade of Periapatam, the frontier stockade of the Coorg territory. In 1839 he was 
employed in the operations against Kurnool, and was severely and dingerously woundtd at 
the atfair of Zorapore on the 18th of October. He commanded a Brigade in the battle of 
Mftharajporc (.Medal) on the •29th Dec. 1840, in which action his horse was shot under him in 
taking the battery at Chounda. 

98 .Major General Portlock served in the last Arr.eri( an \\'ar. 

99 M>ijor Gt neral Griftin served before Genoa in 1814. 

luo Sir James Hope Grant served in (Jhina (Medal) as Brigade-Major to Lord Siltoun, and 
was present at tlie assault and capture of Chin Kiang Foo, and at the landing before Nankin. 
He served with the 9th L mcers at Sobraon (.Medal) in 1840; and he commanded the Regiment 
during the greater part of the campaign in the Punjaub in 1848 9, including the passage of 
the Chenab at Rimuuggur, and battle of Chillianwallah: he was also present at the battle of 
Goejerat (Medal and Clasps), t'ommanded the Cavalry Brigade as Brigadier-General during 
the siege and at the ast^ault of Delhi in 1857, and had his horse shot under him during the 
operations of the 19lli Juno. Was promoted to the rank o( .Major General and nominated a 
A C'ii. " for his eminent services in command of the Cavalry Division at the siege of Delhi, 
and in that of a Division at the relief of Lucknow under Sir Colin CHropbill, as also in the 
subsequent operations at Cawnpi re when the n bel army sustained a total defeai'' (Medal 
and Clasps). Is now in command of the British Forces on active service in China (G(17i.). 

lol Sir Gaspard Le Marchaiit served os Adjutant-General to the Anglo- Sj^uinish Legion, 
and Brigadier-Geneial in the Spanish service eluriijg the jears 1835, 6, and 7 : was present at 
the relief of Bilboa aud affair before that town in. Sept. 18.15, engaged on the heights of Aria- 
ban, in Alava, on the IGth, 17tb, and 18th Jan.; in laising the siege of San Sebastian, and 



28 War Services of the General Officers, 

storming the Lines 5th May; passage of the Urmea, and taking of Passages 28th May; in the 
general action before Alza Oct. 1836, besides several affairs in Guipuzeoa, as also in the gene- 
ral actions of the 10th, 13tli, 15th, and 16ih March before Hernani : for these services he re- 
ceived a Mpdil, also 3rd Class St. Feraando, and Knight of Charles the Third. 

102 Maj'ir General Woriham served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 in Spain and France, 
including the siege of Sc. Sebastian, from 20t.h Aug. to 9th Sept. 1813; batiles of Orthes and 
Toulouse. Served afterwards with the army in America, from 14th Sept. 1814, to 24th May 
1815, including the attack on the American Lines before New Orlean?, 8th Jan. 1815, and the 
siege and capture of Fort Bowyer from 8th to 11th Feb. 1815. He has received the Silver 
War Medal with three Clasps. 

103 Sir William Mansfield served with the 53rd in the campaign on the Sutlej in 1846, 
and was present at Baildiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon, at which last he acted as Aidf-de-Camp 
to the Commander-in-Chief (Medal and Clasps). He commanded the Regiment intbePanjaub 
campaign in 1849, and was present at the battle of Goojerat (Medal and (3lasp). He was also 
constantly employed in the operations on the Peshawur frontier in 1851-52, whether his Regi- 
ment was in the field or not. and was present at the affairs of Nawadund, Pranghur, and 
Skarkote (horse wounded). Was promoted to the rank of Major General "in recognition of 
his valuable services as Chief of the Staff in the East Indies" having been present at the relief 
of Lucknow under Lord Clyde and subsequent operations, and commanded a Division at the 
battle of Cawnpore {KCB., Medal and Clasp). 

104 Major General Harold served the campaign and battle of Corunna, for which he has 
received the War Medal with one Clasp. Expedition to Walcheren and siege of Flushing. 

105 Sir Thomas Franks commanded the 10th Regt. in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-6, 
including the battle of Sobraon (Medal), where he had a horse shot under him, and was 
slightly wounded: nominated a CB. Commanded the 10th in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, 
including the whole of the siege operations before Mooltan: 17th Aug. 1848 commanded the 
troops which repulsed the enemy's night-attack upon the British camp at Muttee Thol: 
12th Sept. commanded the left column of attack at the defeat of the enemy in their strongly- 
entrenched position before Mooltan; and after the action succeeded to the command of the 
whole of the troops which were engaged, and held the position until relieved the following 
morning, although wounded and exposed to the repeated attempts of the enemy to retake it; 
7th Nov. in the action of Sourjkoond commanded the right Brigade, and with it led the attack, 
capturing the whole of the enemy's guns at the point of the bayonet without firing a shot: 
27th Nov. in the carrying of the heights before Mooltan, commanded the reserve on the extreme 
right, and directed the attack of its leading column. On the 18th Feb. 1849 he joined with 
the Mooltan force the army under Lord Gough, and commanded the 10th Regt. at the battle of 
Goojerat, and was specially named for his conduct both by the Commander in Chief and the 
Governor General (Medal and Clasps). Was promoted to the rank of Major General and 
nominated a KCB. " for his distinguished services in the command of a Column during the 
operations in India prior to and at the capture of Lucknow " (Medal and Clasp). 

106 Sir Edward Lugard served as a Major of Brigade throughout the campaign of 1842 in 
Affghanistan under Gen. Pollock, and was present in the actions of Rlazeena, Tezeen, and 
Jugdulluck, the occupation of Cabool, and the different engagements leading to it (Medal). 
He served throughout the campaign on the Sutlej (Medal) ; — as Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. to Sir 
Harry Smith at the battles of Moodkee (wounded), Ferozeshah (wounded), and Sobraon; — 
as Adjutant General of the whole Force commanded by Sir Harry at the affair of Buddiwal, 
and in the battle of Aliwal ; and he oflBciated as Adjutant General of Her Majesty's Forces 
in India, from the battle of Sobraon to the end of the campaign, when he was appointed 
Assistant Adjutant General to H.M.'s Forces in India. He again officiated as Adjutant Ge- 
neral throughout the Punjaub campaign in 1848-49, and was present at the passage of the 
Chenab, and battles of Chdlianwallah and Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). Served as chief of 
the Staff on the Persian expedition in 1857 (Medal). Was promoted to the rack of Major 
General and nominated a KCB. '-for his services in the command of a Division at the capture 
of Lucknow.and subsequently in the command of the Azimghur Field Force" (Medal and Clasp). 

107 Major General Gordon was at the capture of Martinique in 1809, and of Guadaloupe 
in 1810, tor which he lias received the War Medal with two Clasps. 

108 Major General George Elliot served with the Royal Marine Battalion in co-operation 
with the Spanish troops against the Carlists in 1837, and received the Cross of San Fernando, 
1st Class. Served on the China expedition (Medal), and was wounded in the attack on the 
intrenched camps on the heights of Segoan, 15th March 1842. Was present at the bombard- 
ment of Odessa, 22nd April 1854 ; landed with the Royal Marines for the defence of Eupa- 
toria ; was at the siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

109 Major General Langf >rd served with the Battalion in Spain from June 1836 to Sept. 
1840, ard was present in the actions of Fuenterabia and Hernani, besides various minor affairs. 
While serving in H. M. S. North Star, from Sept. 1841 to Sept. 1846, he participated in the 
operations ff the Expeditionary Force in China, including the blockade of the Wi osung River 
(Medal). Ou the termination of hostilities with China he proceeded in the North Star to 
New Zealand ; and was landed with all the detachments of Royal Marines from H.M. ships 
present, and appointed to command that force, together with a detachment of the 96th Regt., 
with which he was actively employed in the field against the insurgent chiefs, whose strongly- 
Stockaded Pahs, or Villages, were successfully attacked and destroyed: for these services he 
obtained the Brevet rank of Major. Accompanied the expedition to the Baltic in 1854. 

110 Major General Marcus J. Slade commanded the 90th Light Infantry throughout the 
Kaffir War of 1846-47 (Medal). 



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111 Mnjor Gpneral MacKinnon sorvcd as Assistant Quarter Master General at the Capo of 
Gond ir.pf aiintiK Ilio Kartir war of 1846-7 (Mt-dah. S.-rved as Clontl on tho Siatf and in 
omuian I uf the 2iid Division from the outbreak of the Kattir war iu December 1850 until April 
1852, and reciived the thanks of th« Comiuand.r of the Forces, Sir Harry Smith, in G niral 
Orders ou fittetn diflFerent occasions on which he comnmnded in operations BKainst the en<-my. 

112 Major General Hon. George Upton served in the lat Biltalion of Colditreatn Gu'irds 
throuRhuut the Easti-rn campaign of 1854, ineiuding the battles of the Alraa, B4iHi<lava aud 
Inkerman (wouuded and horse killed), and sie^e of Sebistopcd (Medal and Clasps, CB., Officer 
of the L'K'on of Honor, 3rd Class of tlie. Modjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

1 13 M'lj ir General T. Simson Pratt served the campaign of 1814 in llcdland, as a volunteer 
with the 5t)th Regt., and was present at the attack on Mi-rxem, 2nd Feb. aid the subaequf-nt 
bombardment of Antwerp. He served with the 2Gth on the China txpedition (M.dil), and 
commanded the land forces at the assault and capture of the Forts of Chuenpct; on the 7th 
January 1841, and again at the assault and capture of the Ji)giie Forts on the 26th February 
following. Commanded the 26th at the attacks <>n C-inton from 24th May to 1st June ; also 
at the niifht attack on Ningpo, at Segwan, Chapo >, Woobung, Shanghai, and at Chin Kiang Foo. 

114 Major General Baynes served as -Midshipman in the Hoyal Navy for three years, and 
in 1809 was present at the capture of Ischia, Zantu. Cephalonica, and Cerigo; and was in the 
action of the Spartan frigate in the Bay of Xaples, ;$ May 1810 (War M'dnl). Served in the 
Ionian Islands from 1812 to 1817, including the capture of Paxo in 1813, and occupation of 
Corfu on the eTacuation by the French in 1814. Was with a detachment at Zante on 21st Oct. 
1821, defending a Turkish man-of-war in an attack made by the Greeks, and was specially 
selected and actively employed in the disarmament of the inhabitants which followed. Served 
in the West Indies (luring the emancipation of the slaves in 1834. Served in North America 
during the boundary (juestion in 1839-40. 

115 Major General M. C. Johnstone served with the 27th Regt. in the Kaffir wars of 1834-35 
and 1846-47 (Medal). 

116 Major General Meade served with the 88th in the Peninsula in the campaigns of 1811, 
12. 13, and 14, including the battle of Fuentos d'Onor, siege of Badajoz in 1811, battle of 
Salamanca (wounded), sirge and storming of Eadajoz, passage of the Nivelle and the Nive, 
battles of Orthes and Toulouse. In 1814 he accompanied his Regiment to America, and the 
following year joined the Army of Occupation in France. In 1821 he embarked for India on the 
Staff of Sir Thomas Reynell, and was at the siege and storming of Bhurtpore, for the capture of 
which fortress he received the rank of Major. He has received the War Medal with six Clasps. 

117 Major General Forster served with the Scots Fusilier Guards before Bayonne in 1814. 
Joined the Brigade of Guards in Paris in 1815. 

118 Major General Goldsmid served in the Peninsula with the 12th Light Dragoons, 
from 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the cavalry affairs at Castrajon, Quintare 
de Puerta, and Monasterio ; battles of Sa'aman"a, Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nive (for which he 
has received the War !Medal with four Clasp>); and siege of Sjh Sebastian. Served also 
during the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo- 

1 19 Major General Macarthiir was present as an Ensign in the 60th at the battle of Corunna. 
He afterwards served with the 30th in Sicily, and a-iain in Spain, where he was engaged with 
the enemy at Vittoria, in the Pyrenees, at the Nivelle and the Nive, at Bayonne, Orthes, and 
Toulouse, and where he also served on the personal staff of the late Lt.Gen. Sir Robert 
O'Callaghan. He accompanied his regiment from Baurdcaux to Canada, and afterwards served 
with it in the Army of ( ).'cupation in France. He has received the War Medal with seven Clasps. 

120 Major General Macdowall served the campaign of 1814 in Holland with the 52nd, 
including the a'-tions at Merxem and bombardment of Antwerp. 

121 ilajor General Hely served in the West Indies with the 69th Regiment in 1801 and 
1802, and su^isequently with the 57th Rpgiment on the C<ast o*' Africa, and in Gibraltar during the 
Plague, joined Lord Hill's division in the Peninsula in 1809, and was present at the battle of 
Bu.-aeo, in the actions of Pombal and Redinha, the first sieg-:- of Badajcz, battle of Albuhera — 
where he was twice wounded, and held the comnjand of the Regiment after that actinn ; ba'tles 
of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, that b'^fure Bayonne on the 13tb I), c 1813, and (Orthes : affairs 
of Perache, Airp, and Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse. Sailed for Canada at the conclusiun of 
this war ; returned after the peace with America, landing at Ostend ; marched to Paris, and 
served with the Army of Occupation until the breaking up of that force. He has received the 
War Medal with six Clasps. 

I:i2 Major Gem ral Bowers was slightly wounded at AVaterloo. 

123 Mijor G'Ueral Arnaud servi d in the Peiiin»ula with the 11th, and was present at the 
battles I'f Biisaco and Toulouse, for which he has received the War Medal with two Clasps. 

124 Sir Robert Garrett served in the Peninsula with the 6th Division in 1811, and with the 
4th Divisii'H iu 1812 and 13,-and»as present in all the actions, sieges, and smaller affairs in 
which those two Divisions were respectively engaged, from Fuentes d'Onor in May 1811, until 
the end of 1813, when he was si nt to England lor recovery from his w( unds. He received two 
wounds at the attack of the Forts at SaUmanca, fm which occasion the command of the Light 
Company of the Queen's and some Artillery devolved upon him, he being the only surviving 
officer of the column he atiaked with; and he was Bii«in severely wounded in the Pyrenees. 
He has received the War .Medal with four Clasps for Fuemes dOiior, Salamanca. Vittoria, and 
Pyrenees. Served at the siege of Setiaitopol in 1854-55 (Melal and Clasp, KCli., Officer of 
the Legion of Honor, Sanhman Medal, ai.d 3rri Cl.ss of the .MeHjidle). 

125 Major General T. M. U illiams previounly to entering the Army served five years as Mid- 



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shipman in the Navy, and was engaged in tlie attack of the French Fleet by Admiral Cornwallis on 
the 21st Aug. 1805. Assisted in the disembarkation of the British Army in Portugal in Aug. 1808, 
and at its embarkation during and after the battle of Carunna in 1809. Accompanied the 
expedition to Walcheren the same year, and served in the squadron of gun-boats in the Scheldt 
covering the disembarkation of the army, and at the bombardment and capture of the fortresses 
of Ter Vere, Ramakins, and Flushing. Landed witli a division of sailors on the Island of 
South Bbveland, and was present at the taking of Fort Batz, and at the subsequent defence and 
repulse of the enemy in their repeated efforts to repossess themselves of that important post ; 
also in frequent gun-boat actions co-operating with the army during their evacuation of those 
islands in 1810. He quitted the Navy and entered the Army in Feb, 1811, and joined the 4th 
Regt. in Portugal in August; of the same jear, and served in that corps and the 77th, into which 
he was promoted from that period, to the termination of that war in 1814, without being a day 
absent from his Regt. Ho was present at the siege and storming of Badajoz, at the operations 
on the Bidassoa and Adour, and aifairs at St. Jean de Luz, and at the Mayor's House in front 
of Bidart in Dec. 1813, and at the investment of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie. He has 
received the War INIedal with one Clasp for Badajoz. 

126 Major General Nepean served in the Peninsula with the 16th Light Dragoons and was 
present at the battle of the Nive on the 9tli Dec. 1813, for which action he has receiTed the War 
Medal with one Clasp. He served also th'e Waterloo campaign. 

127 Major General Trevor served with the 33rd in Germany and Holland in 1813 and 14, 
including both attacks on 5Ierxem, operations in front of Antwerp, and the storming of 
Bcrgen-op-Zoom. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the action at Quatre Bras, 
retreat on the following day, battle of Waterloo, advance to and capture of Paris. Also in 
Jamaica with the 33rd, and in China with the 59tb. 

128 Lord Albemarle served tlie Waterloo campaign with the 14th Foot. 

129 Major General Barlow served as a General in the trenches during the siege of Sebas- 
topol, and commanded a Brigade at its fall (Medal and Clasp, Sardinian Medal, Turkish 
Medal, and 3rd Class of the Medjidie). 

130 Major General J.N. Jackson served in the Peninsula from 1810 to the end of the war in 
1814, includiag the siege of Cadiz, Lines at Torres Vedras, Slassena's retreat from Portugal, 
actions and affairs at Pombal, Redinha, Leira, Condeixa, Fleur-de-Lis, Guarda, Foz d'Arouce, 
and Sabusjal; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, 3rd and 5th May, siege of Badajoz in Jane and July, 
1811, actions at El Bodon and Guinaldo, siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo, third siege of 
Badajoz and storm of the Castle by escalade, 6th April 1812; battle of Salamanca, capture of 
Madrid, the Retiro, and Fort La China, and in command of an escort of the third Division in 
charge of the garrison of Fort La China en route to Ciudad Rodrigo. Retreat to Portugal, 
Oct. and Nov. 1812, battles of Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes; actions at Vic 
Bigorre and Tarbes, battle of Toulouse, and all the Tarious minor affairs during that period. 
He has received the War Jledal and ten Clasps. 

131 Major General Trydell served at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806, and was 
present aJ the battle of Blueberg. He served also in the Kandian Insurrection of 1817 and 18, 
in CeyloD. 

132 Major General John Claik served the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo 
and storming of Cambray. Served also tlie campaigns of 1824 and 25 in Ava, including the taking 
of Rangoon, Kimendine, Kamaroot, and Mahattee. Led the attack upon the fortified heights 
at Aracan, and was severely wounded in the reck, ai'm, and left side. 

133 Major General Elers Napier was present with the Nizam's Subsidiary Force at the in- 
vestment of Hyderabad in 1800. Served on the British Staff' in the Syrian campaign of 
1840-41, with the local rank of Lt. Colonel and Assistant Adjutant General ; held a respon- 
sible and independent command of an Irregular Force in the Aaplouse mountains ; afterwards 
employed as Commissioner with a portion of the Turkish army (lirevet of Lt. Colonel, Syrian 
Medal and Gold Medal from the Sultan). Was subsequently employed on Diplomatic Missions 
by Lord Aberdeen and Lord Palmerston, — first, to bring back from the interior of Africa the 
chiefs of Mount Lebanon, who had been seized by Ibrahim Paslia and sent by Mehcmet Ali to 
work in the mines of Sennaar ; and, secondly, to convey back to Beyrout several thousand 
Syrian soldiers, who, contrary to the terms of tlie convention, had been retained in Egjpt 
— was successful in the accomplishment of both these Missions. Was emplojed on the staff, 
with rank of Assist. Adjutant General, in the Kitfir war of 1846-47 (Medal), during which 
was in charge of Native Levies and Irregular troops attached to the 1st division, and organized 
a body of Irregular Horse, the nucleus of what subsequently became the Kaffir Mounted Police. 

134 Major General Harvey commanded a Brigade at the capture of the Mabratta fortresses 
of Paniilla and Pownnghur, Dec. 1844 

135 Sir John Michel ^vas noraicated a CB. after the termination of the Kaffir war in 
1853, in consideration of his disiinguishei services in the Kaffir wars of 1846-47 and of 1851-3 
(Medal). Was nominated to the 2ad Class of the Medjidie for service with the late Turkish 
Contingent. Served in the Indian Campaign in 1858-59 in command of the Mhow field force, 
and defeated the rebels under Tuntia Topee at Beorora taking 27 guns, subsequently actively 
engaged in pursuing the fugitive bands {KCB. and Medal). Is now in command of a division 
of the Army on active service in Chin2. 

136 Major General Warren served under the Duke of Wellington in 1815. Commanded the 
55th Regt. in an expedition against the Rajah of Coorg in April 1834 (Colonel Mill being in 
command of the column until a few days before he was kUled) : led a successful assault on and 
captured the stockade of Kissenhally; and was severely wounded in an attack on the stockade 



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of Soamwarpcttali. Served in China from 1841 to 1844 (Mp(1al): commanded the G5th in th® 
expedition up the Yang-tsc-kiung, and was severely woundid at the storming and capture o' 
Chinkiangfoo, where he wa^ pcrsDnully eng^nid with three Tartars, whom he kilkd. Served 
the Eastern campaign of I8,j^-.'>>j, cummandiil the Kegt. ut the battle of Alma (riccivcd two 
contused woundsl, ^iege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th October; c<im- 
mauded the 1st Briguile, 'Jnd Division, at the battle of Inkerman, and was severely and aUo 
slightly wounded; again slightly wounded at the attack tn the Hedan on the 8th Si'pt. (Medal 
and Clasps, Ollicer of the Ligion of Honor, Sardinian Medal, and ;5rd (lass of the Jledjidie). 
l.'JT Major General Malcolm served on the China expedition (Mndal). 

138 Miijor General K. II. VVynyard served with the force in New Zealand from Oct. 1845 
untilJan. 1847, in command of the 5Sth llegt. ; commanded the advance Division up the Kowa 
Kowa Kiver, and on through the interior from the landing up to the position betore Ruape- 
kapeka, and entered the breach with the stormers in the assault on Kawiti's I'uh on 11 Jan. 
1846. Ajipointed to the command of the Forces in New Zealand in Jan. 1851, held Her 
Majesty's Commission as Lieut. Governor of New Ulster from 18.J1 to 18.j.'?, and administered 
the governmtnt of the whole Colony fiom Dec. 1853 to Sei)t. 185o. Selected for the Cape 
command in Teb. 1859, and commissioned as Lieut. Governor of the colony , the following 
month. 

139 Major General Sandilands served with the expedition to Walcheren; also the campaign 
of 1815, and was engaged on the 17th June with the Horse Artillery in covering the retiring 
movement from Quatre Bras, and on the 18th of June he was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

140 Lord William Paulet served the Eastern campaign of 1854, as Assistant Adjutant General 
to the Cavalry Division, including tbe batiirs of the Alma, Balakhvva, and Inkerman, and siege 
of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, Commander Ist Class 
St. Maurice and St. Lazarus, and 3rd Cla-s of the Medjidie). 

141 Major General M'l'herson embarked for the Peninsula in May 1809 as a volunteer in 
the 52Ld Light Infantry, and served as such in the a-lvance up to Talavera and the retreat 
thence to Campo Mayor. On L'nd Nov. 1809, was promoted to an Ensigncy in the 43rd, from 
which time he served with the Light Division until the end of that war in 1814, including 
the following battles, sieges, &c., viz. Coa, Mortiagoa, skirmish near and battle of Busaco, 
Coimbra, Alenquer, Pombal, Redinha, Casal Nova, Foz d'Arouce, Sabugal, ^larealva, Fuentes 
d'Onor (3rd an 1 5th Miy), Espejo, Soita, siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and 
storm of Bailajiz (March and April 1812), Carvellejo, Castrajun, Petiegua, Salamanca, 
capture of Madrid and the Retiro, Sm -Munos, affairs in the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Bayonno, Nive, 
Tarbes, Tournefeuille, and Toulouse, dntused on the head in the trenches at Badajc z by the 
bursting of a shell. Served as Aide de Camp and Military Secretary to Sir Charles Napier in 
the operations in Scinde, including the destruction of the fort of Imaumghur, and battles of 
Meeanee and Hyderabad (Mtiluland CB. and twice mentioned in despatches). Has received 
the ^^■ar Medal with eight Clasps for Busaco, I'uentes d Onor, Ciudad Rodrigo, Budajor, Sala- 
manca, Nivelle, Nive, and Toulouse. He also served in the Crimea, in command of the 1st 
Brigade 4tli Division, on the heights and siege before Sebastopol, from 18tli December 1854 
to 15th June 1855, when he was obliged to leave from ill health, brought on by over-fatigue 
in the trenches ; was General of the day in the trenches in command of the left attack on the 
occasion of several sorties by the enemy, and on one particular occasion on the night of 11th 
May 1855, when the enemy were repulsed with considerable loss, was thanked personally by 
Lord Raglan (Medal and Clasp, Ivnight of the Legion of Honor, and 4th Class of the Medjidie, 
and Turkish Medal). 

14-2 Major General Ridley commanded the Grenadier Guards and afterwards a Brigade in 
the 1st Division at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from 1st Dec. 1854 (xMedal and Clasp, 
Officer of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish IMedals, and 3rd Class of the Medjidie). 

143 Major General Cameron served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55; commanded the 
42nd Regiment at the battle of Alma, and the Highland Brigade at the battle of Balaklava 
on the expedition to Kertch, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assault on the outwuiks 18th 
June (Medal and Clasps, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian Medal, 3rd Class of 
the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

144 Major General Bell served in the Peninsula from July 1811 to the end of that war in 
1814, and was engaged in the Action of Arroyo do I^lolino, battle of Vittoria, battles in the 
Pyrenees, on the 7th, 25th, 30th, and 31st July 1813, battlts of the Nivelle, the Nive, Bayonnc, 
Orthes, Tarbes, and Toulouse, besides a great many affairs and skirmishes. Ho afterwards 
served in the East Indies, in the Burmese war, and in the West Indies. He was actively em- 
ployed during the rebellion in Canada, ])articularly in the capture of St. Charles and St. 
Eustache ; he afterwards commanded the small Fort and garrison of Cotrau-du-Lac, an im- 
portant position on the river St. Lawrence, and received the thanks of the Commander of the 
Forces for his exertions in recovering the guns and shots from the bottom of the river, and 
mounting them in position when it was reported impriicticablc ; the guns were 24-pounders, 
sixteen of which and 4 OdO round shot he recovered in the depth ff a Canadian winter. He 
has received the War Medal with six Clasps for Viitoriu, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthep, 
and Toulouse ; and the Indian Medal for Ava. Served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, and 
commanded the Royals in the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Stba«topol, where 
he was wounded, and suhsequently commanded a Brigade (Medal and three Clasps, CB., 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, Turkish .Medal, and 4th Class of the M. djidie). 

145 Major (ieneral Vigors served throughout the campaigns of 1838 and 39 in Affghanistan. 
Commanded the two Flalik Ccmpanies of the 1 3th Light Infantry, vhich formed a part of 



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the force under Sir Robert Sale sent in pursuit of the ruler of Candahar, brother of t>ie king 
of Cabool ; crossed the rapid Helmond witii eighteen men (the advance) on a sm>ill raft, landed 
close to the Fort of Giriskh, which was found just vacated by the pnemy. He commanded the 
left Flank Company of the 13th, with the forlorn hope, under Col. Dennie, at the storm and 
capture of the fort of Gbuzuee (Medal), and was also present at the capture of Cabool, and 
in other minor affairs. 

146 Major General Grierson served at Cadiz during parts of 1812 and 1813, and afterwards 
on the eastern coast of Spain. 

147 Major General Richardson-Robertson served in South Africa, in command of the suc- 
cessful expedition against the insurgent Emigrant Boers, beyond the Orane:e River, in 1845. 
Also as Brigadier, and in command of the 7th Dragoon Guards in the Kaffir campaign of 
1846-7 (Medal and CB.) 

148 Major General Braybrooke served at the capture of the Kandian territories in 1815, 
and in the Kandian rebellion in 1817-18. 

149 Major General Robert Law served with the 71st Regt. on the retreat to and battle of 
Corunna, On the expedition to Walcheren, attack on Ter Ver, siege and surrender of Flush- 
ing. Subsequently in Portugal, Spain, and South of France from 1810 to 1814, — in action with 
it at Sobral, Massena's retreat, battle of Fuentes D'Onor, on 3rd and 5i,h May, 1811 (wounded 
in ttvo places), covering first and second sieges of Badajoz, surprise and defeat of Girard's 
column at Arroya de Molino, and at the storming and destruction of the enemy's forts and 
tete de pont at Almaraz, defence of Alba de Tormes, battles in the Pyrenees and attack on 
Sauraren, capture of an enemy's convoy for the relief of Pampeluna in July 1813, battle of the 
Nive, action at Cambo, affairs at Hellette, Arrivarette, and Garris, action at Aire, employed in 
an armed boat at Urton the river Adour, battle near Bayonne 13th Dec. 1813, battle of St. Pierre 
near Bayonne, battle of Orthes, and action at Tarbes (wounded). In the foregoing services he 
was Adjutant to his Regt. and for a time acted as such to the Light Battalion 1st Brigade, 
2nd Division of the Peninsular Army. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle 
of Waterloo where while acting as Adjutant he was severely wounded by a cannon shot which 
also killed his horse. He has received the War Medal with six Clasps, and is a KH. 

150 Major General L'Estrange served the campaign of 1808-9 in Spain with the 14th, and 
was present at the battle of Corunna. Capture of the Isle of France in 1810. Capture of 
Java in 1811, and engaged with a Dutch brigade at St. Nicholas. At the storming of a strong 
Dutch Fort on the coast of Bantam. On board H.M.S. Roscius at the boarding and capture 
of eleven French gun-boats. Present at the siege and storm of Cornells, and storm and 
capture of the heights of Serandole. At the capture of the town and fortress of Sambas, Isle 
of Borneo, in March 1813. Nepaul war in 1815 ; siege and capture of Hattras in March 1817 ; 
Mahratta campaign in 1817 and 18 : siege and storm of Bhurtpore under Lord Combermere. 
He has received the War Medal and two Clasps for Corunna and Java. 

151 Major General Williamson served with the 27th Regt. intheKaffir war of 1834-35( Medal). 

152 Sir Charles Straubenzee served the campaign against the Rajah of Coorg in 1834. In 
the action of Maharajpore (Medal) on 29th Dec. 1843, he succeeded to the command of the 
39th Regt. Served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855, and commanded the 1st Brigade Light 
Division at the assault of the Redan on the 8th Sept. — wounded (Medal and Clasp, C^., Officer 
of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian Medal, and 3rd Class of the Medjidie). Commanded the 
Troops throughout the operations in China in 1857 {KCB.). 

153 Major General Parke served in co-operation with the Spanish forces and Legion near 
San Sebastian, and under Espartero in raising the siege of Bilboa (Knight 1st Class St. Fernando). 

154 Major General Jardine served during the Indian campaign of 1858, including the occu- 
pation, after the relief of Lucknow, of the lortified outposts and camp with Outram's force and 
repulse of the enemy's attacks (Medal). 

155 Major General W. G Gold served as Lt. Colonel in the 53rd Regt. in the campaign on 
the Sutlcj, including the affair of Buddiwal, battles of Aliwal and Sobraon (wounded). He 
commanded the Regiment during the subsequent operations (Medal and Clasp). 

156 Major General Hurdle was at the attack on the forts and harbour of Courageaux in 
1815 ; and battle of Navarino in 1827 (War Medal with one Clasp). He served during the re- 
volutionary war in Greece in 18'i8, and received the Cross of the Redeemer of Greece. Was 
present in the engagement at Punta Obligada in the river Parana on the 20th Nov. 1845, for 
which he received the Brevet rank of Major. Commanded the Brigade of Royal Marines 
serving with the army in the Crimea, including the battle of Balaklava, siege and fall of Se- 
bastopol in 1854-55 ; commanded the 2nd Brigade of the Army at the surrender of Kinbourn 
(M(dal and Clasps, CB., Aide-de-Camp to the Queen, Officer of the Legion of Honor, Sar- 
dinian Medal, and 3rd Class of the Medjidie). 

157 Major General Dwyer served in the blockading squadrons off Flushing, the Texel, and 
off Brest. Since the peace he has served in the East ancl West Indies, and the Mediterranean. 

158 Major General Walker landed in the Crimea on the 22nd Sept. 1854 and commanded 
the Scots Fusilier Guards in the subsf quent campaign, including the battles* of Balaklava and 
Inkerman (received three wounds, one severe, and had his horse shot under him) siege of Se- 
bastopol (wounded), and repulse of the sortie 26th Oct. (Medal and Clasps, C5., Officer of 
the Legion of Honor, Sn-dinian Medal, and 3rd Class of the Medjidie). 

159 INlajor General Forbes served in the Cape Mounted Riflemtn in the Kaffir war of 1834- 
35 (Med«l). 

160 Major General Drought commanded the entire of the troops during the successful sup- 
presaion of the Rebellion in the Kandian Provinces in Ceylon in 1848; — was thanked in Gene- 



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ral Orders, and most honourably mentioned throughout in the Dispatches of the Governor and 
of the tiiinm«nd»r of the Fi)rct'3. 

161 Muj.ir General Lowth when BrJKadior commanding :it Kurrachee disarmed the 21st 
R.(gt Hoinbiiy N.I. on the night of the i;Uh S.-pt. 18')7. Served with the Central India field 
force in 1858 in comraund of the S4ih Kegt. and was present at the siege storm and capture of 
the strong hill fort of Chuudaireo, hattle of the Betwa, siege storm and capture of the town 
and fortress of Jhansi, action of Koonch, operations before Calpee from 16ih to 21st May, 
battle of Gowlowlie, capture of the town and fort of Calpee, baf.ile of Morar, battle of and 
capture of the town and fortress of Gwalior (several times mentiontd in despatches, Brevet of 
Colonel, distinguished service pension, CB., Midtl and Clasp). 

162 Major General the Hon. A. A. Spencer served throughout the Eastern campaign of 
1854-55 und commanded the44tli Kegt. at the battles of Alma and Iiikerman,si«ge of S'-ba^topol, 
and a'tack and occupation of the Cemetery and Suburbs on the 18th June — wounded. Served as 
Brigadier General, and commanded the 1st Brigale, 4th Division, in support in the right attack 
in the assault of the Redan, and fall of Seba<topol on 8th Sept., and subsequently commanded 
the British land forces in the expedition to Kinbourn, resulting in the capture of those forts 
and the garrison of 1400 men (.Medal and Clasps, CJB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, Sar- 
dinian Medal, and 3rd CUss of the Medjidie). 

163 Major General Harrison served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1810 to Sept. 1814, and was 
present at Cadiz, Isia, and Tarifa. 

1G4 Major General Blachford served with the 24th in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9 
(Medal), including the passage of the Chenab and battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwallah (suc- 
ceeded to the command of the Uegt), and Goojerat (.Medal and Clasps). 

165 Major General Bloomficld served with the 59th Kegt. the campaign of 1815, including 
the battle of Waterloo, storming of Cambray, and capture of Paris. 

166 Major General Lawrenson commanded the 17th Lancers in the Eastern campaign of 
1854-55, including the cavalry affair of Bulganac and battle of Alma (Medal and Clasp, Sar- 
dinian Medal, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). 

IG? Major General Hodgson served with the 45th in the Burmese war (Medal). 

1G8 Major General Johnstone served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the siege 
of Sebastopol: he was Field Officer in command of the trenches at the taking of the Quarries 
on the 7th June; commandtd the 33rd Kegt. in the assault on the 18th June, and was severely 
wounded by grape-shot; left arm amputated (Medal and Clasp, CB., and 5th Class of the 
ISkdjidie). 

169 Major General Franklyn commanded the 2nd Brigade at the Alumbagh in Feb. and 
March ISoS, aud subsequently the 1st Division, and was present at the defeat of the enemy's 
attack on the 25th-26th Feb.; commanded the 1st Division of the army at the Alumbagh when 
the position was attacked on the 16th March 1858, by the enemy in great force under the com- 
mand of the Moulvie, which attack was successfully repulsed {CB.). 

170 Major General .'M'Cleverty served the campaign against the Rajah of Coorg, in April 
1834, with the 4Sth Regiment. 

171 Major General Robert B. Wood servpd as Aide de Camp and Military Secretary to 
Lord Hardinge throughout the campaign on the Sutlej (IMedal), including the battles of Mood- 
kee, Ferozfsliah (severely wounded), and Sobraon (Mtdal and two Clasps, and CB.). 

172 Mrtjor General Lewis served with the Grenadier Guards at the siege and fall of Sebasto- 
pol from 13th Aug. 1855 (Medal and Clasp, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

173 .Major General Bedford served with the 60th Rifles in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medd 
and Brevet of Lt. Colonel i. 

174 Sir Joshua Jtbb served in the last American war. 

175 -Major General Parlby served in the Crimean campaign from 17th April to 2nd Sept. 
1855, and commanded a Cavalry Briga le, and for a time also the Cavalry Division (Medal and 
Ciasp for Sebastopol, Sardinian Medal, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). 

17G .Major General Congreve commanded the 29th Regt. in the Sutlej campaign in 1845, and 
was severely wounded at the battle of Ferozeshah (Medal and C/i ). Also throughout the 
Punjaub campaign in 1848-49, including the passage of the Chenab, battles of Chillianwallah 
and Goojerat, aud pursuit of the Seik army across the Jelum (Medal and two Clasps), officiated 
as Adjutant Central H.M.'s Forces in India in 1857, and was present with the force which 
proceeded under the Commander in Chief against the Mutineers at Delhi; —at the battle of 
liudlee-ke- Serai aud the heights at Delhi on the 8th June, and subsequent siege operations 
until the end of July 1857. 

177 Muj ir General Hunt served on the Coast of Syria in 1840-41 (Medals). 

178 Mttjor General Lougfield commanded the 2nrt Brigade at the siege of Delhi in 1857, 
the Reserve during the assault, and served in the City during the six days' fighting that en- 
sued {CB., Medal and Clasp). 

179 Major General Baldi-rs served the campaign on the Sutlej in 1845-6, and commanded the 
3rd Light Dragoons in the battles of Moodkee and Ferozeshah (Medal and one Clasp). He was 
wounded in the groin whilst charging the enemy's batteries at Feruzethah, on the evening of 
the 21st Dec. 184.5. Received the Brevet of Lieut. Colonel and CB. 

180 .Major General Hamilton served with the Grenadier Guards the Eastern campaign of 
1854, iiicluoing the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (severely woundeO), and siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal aud Clasps, Officer of the Legion of Honor, and 3rd Class of the Med- 
jidie). 

181 Major General Horn served the Eastern campaign of 1864-55; commanded the Bight 



33a War Services of the General Officers. 

Brigade 4th Division at the battle of Alma; and the 20th Regt. at the battles of Balaklava 
(and recapture of the redjubts and guns from the Russians, who had driven the Turkish force 
therefrom the same morning) and Inkerman (twice wounded and horse shot under him): pre- 
sent throughout the siege operations against Sfbastopol.and in the trenches at the two assaults 
and fall of the town (Medal and Clasps): at Inkerman he succeeded to the command of the 
4th Division (Medal and Clasps, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian Medal, and 
3rd Class of the Medjidie). 

182 Major General J. F. G. Campbell commanded the infantry force which formed part of 
the expedition against the Insurgent Boers, beyond the Orange River, South Africa, in April 
1845; and he commanded the Resnrve Battalion, 91st Regt., throughout the whole of the Kaffir 
war of 1846-7. and was specially mentioned in Colonel Somerset's Dispatches of the 17th and 
18th Apr. 1846, as also in Lieut.Gen. Sir George Berkeley's General Order of the 17th Dec. 
1847, as having conaucted and commanded one of the columns of attack against the chief 
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War Services of the Colonels. 50 

1 Lord Harrington win employed in South Americii in 1S07, and wns present at the attack 
on 4?aenos A}ns. Served iiUo in the Mahrattu war of 1817 and 18, iufluiliiij^ the battle of 
Maheidpore, and itormiujj of Talnoir. Is a CoinniumU r ol the Saviour of Greece. 

2 Sir John Morillyon Wilson .servtul-as ALidshipm.ui in the Navy for nearly six years. Ho 
was employed on the coast of Irelnid diiriii-; the rebellion in 1798 ; in the expedition to the 
Uelder in 1799, and Kj;\pt in 1801, where he received a medal from the Capitan Pasha for 
having saved the lives ot a boat's crew belon;^ins: to a Turkish man-of-war. He received three 
wounds while a Midshipman ; and the last was a severe wound on the head, which produced 
total deafness, in consequence of which he was invalided, and (juitted the Navy in 1803. His 
health being restored, he entered the Army in 1804; and served in the third Battalion Royals at 
Walcheren in 1809, where he was twice wounded during the siege of F^ishing. He afterwards 
served in the Peniusula, and was in the battles of Husaco, the retreat to the lines of Torres 
Vedra?, and at the actions of Pombal, Kedinha, Condeixa, Ca=al Nova, Foz d'Ar(3uce, and S ibugal, 
the blockade of Almeida, and buttle vi' Fuentes d'Ouor, In 1812 he joined the 2nd Baitalion 
Royals in Canada, and was in the attack nia.ie on Sackett's Harbour, and Great S^'dus (where 
he received a severe bayonet wound). He was also in the actions at Black Rock, Buffalo, and 
the battle of Chippewa, in which he received seven wounds, and being left on the field of battle, 
he fell into the hands of the enemy. During his career in the two professions he received 
thirteen wounds, and has two balls still lodged. The brevet rank of JMajor, and that of Lieu- 
tenant-Colonel was conferred upon him for his conduct at Butlalo and Chippewa. Sir John has 
received the War Medal witli two Clasps for Busaco and l-'uentes d'Ouor. Was Gentleman 
Usher of the Privy Chamber for nearly twenty jears to Queen Adelaide. 

3 Colonel the Honourable Frederick M. Cathcart served as Aide-de-Camp to the Commander 
of the Forces in the expedition sent to the North of Germany in 1805-6 under General Lord 
Cathcart; and on the expedition sent to the Island of Rugen in the Baltic, to co-operate with 
the King of Sweden in 1807; and subsequently in the same year at the siege and capture of 
Copenhagen, on which occasion, being sent home with the despatches, he was promoted to a 
Troop in the 25th Light Dragoons. He continued to serve as Aide-de-camp to Lord Cathcart 
during the campaigns of 1813 and 1814 in Germany and France, and was present at the battles 
of Lutzen 3rd May, Bautzen 20th and 21st May, Dresden 28th Aug., Leipzic 16th, 18th, and 
19th Oct. 1813, Brienne 1st Ftb., Fere Champenoise 25th March, and capture of Paris 31st 
March 1814. In 1815 he was also employed in the same capacity at the head-quarters of the 
Allied Army under Marshal Prince Schwartzenberg. Is a Knight 2ud Class of St. Anne of 
Russia. 

4 Colonel Stop ford-Bl air served on the expedition to South America in 1807. The 
campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo (received a contusion), 
and capture of Paris. 

.3 Colonel French served in the Peninsula from Aug. 1813 to the end of the war, 
including siege of San Sebastian, passage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle and Nive and 
investment ot Bayonne. Served also in the American war, including the actions of Bladensburg, 
Baltimore, New Orleans, and Fort Bowyer. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps 
for Xivelle and Nive. 

6 Colonel Crofton was appointed Persian interpreter to the force under Brigadier 
General Litchfield, in August 1832, and serveil with it throughout the arduous operations in 
Parkur, and against the tribes in the N. \\\ Desert, which ended in the taking of Balmeer. 

7 Colonel Grattan was actively employed on the frontiers during the rebellion in Canada in 
1838. He served in China with the 18th (Medal), and was present at the storming of the heights 
above Canton, and led the advance again 'it the enemy's entrenclied camp, for which he was selected 
by Sir Hugh Gough as the bearer of his despatches, promoted to the rank of Major, and appointed 
Brigade-Major ot Fort St. George by Lord Hill. On his return to China— on board the Mada- 
gascar — in charge of Lord Auckland's despatches; the ship having cauglit fire during a gale of 
wind, he with a iew others narrowly escaped the fate of fifty-seven souls who perished upon that 
occasion; befell into the hands of the Ctiinese, and was detained 103 days iu captivity; after 
which he was at the attack of Segoan, and commanded the 18th (after the fall of Lt.-C<d. Tom- 
linson>, at Ctiapoo, Woosung, and Changhai; and he was present at the storming of Chin Kiang 
Foo and the landing before Nankin. Served with the 18th Royal Irish in the last campaign in 
Burmah i Meiial'i. 

8 Colonel Bainbrigge served with the 20th in the Peninsula, in 1808 and 9, and again 
in 1812 and 13, and was present at the battles of Vimiera, Corunna, Viitoria, and the Pyrenees 
(where he was twice v/ounded and lost an arm), for which he has received the War Medal with 
four Clasps. Served also in the Walcheren exp^dition. 

9 Major-Gtneral Cunynghame proceeded to China in 1841 as Aide de Camp to Lord Sal- 
toun. and was present at the storm and capture of Chin-kiang-foo (led the column of attack 
on the heights of Makuikiow), and at the investment of Nankin (Medal). In 1854 accom- 
panied the army to the East as Assistant Quarter Master General to the Ist Division, was pre- 
sent at the atfair of Bulganack, battle of the Alma, taking of Balaklava, affair of 23rd Oct. 
on the heights of the Tchernaya, battles of Balaklava and Inkerman (served with the Guards 
in the Sand-bag battery, and led into action a detached portion of the 20th Regt.), and siege 
of Sebastopol up to May 1855 ( Medal and four Clasps, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, 
Turkish Medal, and 4th Class of the .Medjidie). In March \^br> was appointed hical M.jor 
General, in May took command of a Division of the Turkish Contin;^ent, and in Aug. 
received the pers. nal thanks of the Sultan and was created a Lieut.General in the Turkish army. 
In Oct. 1855 sailed in command of 10,000 men to occupy Kertch, and assisted to maintain that 



51 War Services of the Colonels. 

position throughout the second winter in the Crimea (Turkish War Medal, and 3rd Class of 

^''lO^Collfne?' James Henderson served with the 92nd at the siege of Copenhagen and action 
at Kioce in 1807; with the expedition to Sweden, and afterwards to Portugal and fepain, under 
Sir John Moore in 1808-9. including the action at Lugo, and battle ot Corunna. Un the 
expedition to Walcheren in 1809. Served the campaigns of 1814 and 15 in France and 
Flanders with the 71st, including the affair of Tarbes, and battles of Toulouse and Waterloo, 
at which last he was severely wounded in the thigh by a grape-shot. He has received the War 
Medal witli two Clasps for Corunna and Toulouse. „ , ^ <• r. j xi 

11 Colonel Le Mesurier served in the 24th at the capture of the Cape ot Good Hope 
in 1806. In 1811, he joined the 2nd Battalion in the Peninsula, where he served until the end 
of that war in 1814, and was present at the sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, battles of Sala- 
manca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Echalar, Nivelle, and Orthes (severely contused); and in the several 
affairs on the banks of the Dourdogne in front of Bordeaux, being on continual advance guard 
when that part of the army was moving forward on Angouleme. He has received the War 
Medal, with four Clasps. .-,„„- ..v, 

12 Colonel J"hn S^^inburn served with the 43rd at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807; tlie 
cam*pai^n of 1808 in Portugal,— wounded in the head on the retreat to Vigo. Subsequent 
campaigns in the Peninsula until 1812, including the action of the Coa, battle of Fuentes 
d'Onor, action of Sabugal, battle of Busaco, retreat to and occupation of the Lines'of Torres 
Vedras, subsequent advance in pursuit of Massena, and actions of Pombal and Redinha — 
wounded in the hip. Joined the army at Toulouse in April 1814. Present at New Orleans 
in Jan. 1815. Subsequently joined the Duke of Wellington's army at Brussels, was present 
at the capture of Paris, and remained with the Army of Occupation until the end of 1818. He 
has received tbe ^V'ar Medal with two Clasps for Busaco and Fuentes d'Onor. 

13 Colonel Thomas Kelly served with the late 26th Lt. Dragoons during the latter 
part of the Carib war in Sc. Vincent. He afterwards accompanied his Regt. to Portugal and 
from thence to Ejrypt — the Transport in which he embarked was attacked by a Spanish gun- 
boat, which, after a sharp conflict, was beaten off. He served at the siege of Aboukir Castle, 
with the dismounted part of his Regt. He was also present in the action of the 21fit March 
1801, anil in the affair of the advance of the army to the westward of Alexandria under Sir 
Eyre Coote. He was wounded in a night attack on the enemy's outposts on the 25th Aug. 
when, with a small detachment, he drove in the cavalry piquet, and captured the whole of the 
infantry piquets opposed to him, which were much more numerous than his own party. He 
has rccfivpo the Gold Medal from the Grand Seignior for the Egyptian campaign, and also the 
Silver War Medal with one Clasp. 

14 Colonel Ross served with the 92nd Highlanders the campaigns of 1811, 12, 13, and 14, 
inclufling the actions of Arroyo de Molino, taking of Almaraz, in the affairs with the covering 
army during last siege of Badajoz, advance to and retreat from Madrid, defence of Alba de 
Toi-mes, battle of Vittoria, affairs in the valley of Bastan, affair at the pass of Maya, battles 
of the Pyrenees, wounded in the left leg by a musket-ball ; as Aide-de-Camp to Sir John 
Buohan at the battles of the Nivelle and the Nive, taking the Heights of La Costa, battle 
of Orthes, action at Aire, battles of Toulouse, served the campaign of 1815 with the 92nd 
Highlanders, including the battle of Quatre Bras — wounded in the left foot by a musket-ball; 
and battle of Waterloo, — wounded in the right arm by a musket-ball, and capture of Paris. 
He has received the War Medal with six Clasps. 

15 C<donel During served in the Peninsula during the Corunna campaign, and subse- 
quently from the lattt^r part of 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles of 
Corunna. Vittoria, Pyrenees, the Nivelle, the Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, for which he has 
received the War Jledal witli seven Clasps. 

16 Mnjor-General Trollope commanded the troops in the Island of Cephaloniain 1848, 1849, 
and 1850. In August, 1848, the towns of Argostoli and Lixuri were attacked by armed 
Baoditti, who were repulsed by the troops with loss on both sides. In 1849 the Island was 
disturbed by armed Insurgents, — martial law was proclaimed, which remained in force for six 
weeki, and was carried into effect by him: received the thanks of the Queen, and of the 
Legislature of the Ionian Islands, and was voted a sword by the inhabitants of Cepbalonia. 
Served the Eastern campaign from 10th Nov. 1854, — from the 12th N.ov. until July, 1855, as 
Colonel on the staff, he comoQauded the 1st Brigade 2nd Division; on 31st July he was Gazetted 
Brigadier-General, and comraanded 2nd Brigade 3rd Division from that date until the army 
was broken up. Commanded in the trenches as General of the Day, Right attack, on three 
separate occasions when sorties were made upon them and repulsed, and was present on all 
other occasiciHs when the 2nd Division was employed, including the 8th and 18th June, — on 
the former in command of the Old Guard, and on the latter in command of five Regiments; on 
the 8th Sept. he was in command of 2nd Brigade in reserve with the 3rd Division (Medal and 
Clasps, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian Medal, and 3rd Class of the Medjidie). 

17 Lord Gtorge Paget served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55; commanded the 4lli Light 
Drnjiooiis at the bnttlp of Alma, and in the Light Cavalry charge of Balaklava. Commanded 
the Light Cavalry Brigade at tlie battles of lukernian and Tchernaya, and on the expedition 
to Eupatoria and operations thence with General D'Allonville. Commanded for a time the 
Cavalry Division in 1855 (Medal and Clasps, Officer of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian 
Medal, Turkish Medal, and .3rd Class of the Medjidie). 

18 Colonel George T. C. Napier commanded the Cape Mounted Riflemen at the 
battle of the Gwanga, and throughout the Kaffir war of 1846-47, for which services he received 



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the Brevet rank of Iiiout.-Colonel. He also commanded the Regiment throus^hout the Kattir 
war of 1850-52 (Medal), and commanded the Cavalry Brigade at the notion oV the Berea, for 
which be was nominated a CB. 

19 CoKmol F^inmnre was at the capture of a French privntepr srhooner of IC jjun-' and 'J6 
men, besides other In lat service m 1811. In the partial aitioo with the French tleei otf Toulun 
in 1814. Was landed at Mahon in commiind of a guard to pmtcct the person of the Spanish 
governor from the threatened violenc-e ot the Walloon guards. Sent to the city of Florenue in 
1815, to place himself under the directions of General C juut, Nugent, commaader-in-chit-f of 
the Austrian army, as extra Aide-de-Cdrap, and wa«at the taking of the city ot Naples. In 182.3 
he was sent up to the city of Lima to prc>t« ct English morehants' property against the attacka of 
the Negro sldves during the civil war. The 20th Oct. 18i7 was at the battle of Navarino, for 
which service he was promoted by His Royal Highness the Duke of Clarence, but in consc quenco 
of bebnging to a gradation corps the appointment was afterwards cancell'd. Served with the 
French army at the roduotion of the town and fortress of Putras and the Morea castle; served 
afierwarda in tlie West Indies, North Sea, und off Oporto during the civil wiir between I)i n 
Pedro and Dm Miguel. In 18'53 joined thw Ko^al Marine Battalion at Lisbon, commanded by 
Colonel AHair, CB. In April, 1837, embarked on board H.M S Cantor (30), on the lO'h Oct. 
was landed in command or his detachment on the Albanian coast to attack pirates. Served on 
the S. E. coast of Spain from 4th Jan. 38 to 30 Jan. 39. Has the AVar Metial and Clafp for 
Navarino. 

20 Colonel Buchanan served as Quarter- Master of the Royal Marine Battalion at D'Jouui, 
and on the coa^^t of Syria during the Campaign in 1840-41 (Medal and Cla»p. and Turkish 
Medal). Served also in the East Indies and Burmah during the war of 1852-53 (Medal). 

21 Colonel Sail served at the taking of ]\Ialdonado and Monte Video in 1807. Also in 
the Peninsula from 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the repulse of 
the sortie Irom Bayonne. 

22 Colonel Terry served the campaign of 1799 in Holland with the 25lh, including the 
battle of Egmont-op-Zee. Expedition to Egypt and surrender of Alexandria in 1801 ; capture 
of Madeira in 1807 ; capture of Guadaloupe and St. Martin's in 1810 ; re-capture of Guaua- 
loupe in 1815. He has received the War Medil with two Clnsps for Egypt and Guadaloupe. 

2} Coll nel Fainlough served at the bomb^irdment of Ter Vere, and siege and capture 
of Flushing in 1809. Also the capture of Guadaloupe in 1815. 

24 Colonel H. C. Streatfeild served the Mahratta campaign of 1804, 5, and 6, including the 
assault of Bhurtpore, with the Grenadiers of the 65th, when out of 17 oftiLers and 300 men who 
marched t') the assault, 14 officers and 190 men were either killed or wounded. At the capture 
of the Isle ofFrance in 1810. Served the Mahratta campaign of 1817 and 18, including the cap- 
ture of Hattras. 

25 Colonel Senior was severely wounded in the action between H. M. packet Lapwing 
and the American privateer Fo.f, off Barbadoes, 30th Sept. 1813. 

26 Colonel Hughes served the Egyptian campaign of 1801 with the 24th. Engaged 
with a French squadron in the ilosambique Chanuel, 3rd July 1810. Served the Nepaulcam- 
paigns of 1814, 15. and 16, and «as wounded at Hurriapore. Servid also daring the Mahratta 
war of 1816. 17, and 18. Gold Medal from the Grand Seignior for services in Eg}pt ; and also 
the Silver War Medal with one Clasp. 

27 Colonel Tronson served in the West Indies from 1808 to 1812, including the cap- 
ture of Martinique and siege of Fort Bourbon in 1809, and capture of Guadaloupe in 1810. The 
campaigns ot 1813, 14, and 15, in Canada, including theoperaiions against Plattsb'irg. Through- 
out the Burmese war, and commanded a detachment of the l.Tih, whir^h took possession of the 
city of Bissein previous to the arrival of Sir Robert Sale's Biigade destined tor its capture ; 
also present at Koki in, 15th Dec. 1826, Pagoda Point, Napadie, Mehadie, Melloon, where 
the command of the 13ih devolved upon him, and on the 9ih Feb. 1826, at the storming of 
PagamuH, where he was wounded in the right leg, but continued to lead the left wing until most 
severely wounded in the h fc leg, where the ball siill remains. Served the campaign in Aff- 
ghanisian under Lord Keane, and commj.uehd the 13ih at the as^auU und eap'ure of the 
Fortress and Citadel of Ghuznee, for which he obtained the brevet rank of Lieut.Colontl and 
Order of the Dorane e Empire. Commundi d ihe Regiment throughout the campaign in Kohisian, 
and at the sieges of Tooiumdarrah, Jhnolghur (led and commanded the storming party), 
night atta<k at Biboo Koosh Gbur, Kurdurrah. and Perwandurrah, when Dnst Mibomed 
surrendered, ai.d the force returned to Cabul. He has rcceived'*the War Medal with two 
Cla*pi> for Martinique and Guadaloupe; the Medal tor Ava ; and Medal for Ghuznee. 

28 C"donel Ilarty served with the 33rd at the capture of Bourbon and the Isle of France iu 
1810 ; the campai^jna of 1813 and 14 in Germany and Holland, including both the aiiacks on 
Merxero, and the assault en Bergen op- Zoom. Also the camjaign of 1815, including the 
battle of Quatre Bras, the retreat on the following day, and battle of Waterloo,— slightly 
Wounded. 

29 Col« nel Burney served at the capture of Ischia and Procida, iu 1809 ; defence of 
Cadiz in 1810 ; action of the Coa and Sabugal, battle of Fumtes d On-r, retr< at frjm Burgos. 
Served ihe < ampaign of 1814 in Holland, ineluiling the action at Merxem, bombardment of 
Antwerp, and storming of B^erg< n-op-Zoom. Engaged in the Burmese war ac the attack of 
Padowd Pa?s and the tortititd p sitions of M^hatee ; stormingthe sti^cVudes and bills near, bud 
taking the town and works of Arracan. Wounded on the ICib June 1815, at Quatre Bias, by a 
musket-shot in the left shin, and dangerously by a ball which entered the back part of the head. 
He has received the War Meelal with one Clasp for Fuentes d'Onor. 

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53 f^^ar Services of the Colonels. 

30 Colonel Dnndas served in the 47th Regt. on the expedition to South America in 1806-7, 
a d was present at the taking of MaldoEado, in several skirmishes, and at the attack and 
storming ut' M >nte Video. He served afterwards in the East Indies, and was present in 1814 at 
thff capmre ot the Fort of Now Nuggur, and in several skirmishes. He served also in tbe 
Barmese Territory from Jan. I82G till peace was proclaimed. 

31 Colonel Willington served in the East Indies from May 1813 to May 1823, includ- 
ing the campaigns of 1815 and 16 in Kattywar and Kutch; taking of Anjar; Deccan campaigns 
of 1817 and 18; campaign of 1819 in Candeish; and in Kiitah in 1820. 

32 Colonel Westmore served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 in Germany and Holland, 
including both attacks on Merxem, and the assault on Bergen-op-Zoom; served at Waterloo on 
the 16th, 17th, and 18th June, and was severely wounded. 

33 Colonel Poole served througliout the operations in Scinde (Medal) under Sir Charles 
Napier, and commanded the 22nd at the battle of Meeanee,and a brigade at the battle of Hyder- 
abad. He was also previously at the destruction of the Foi t of Imaumghur in the Desert. He 
served the campaign in the Southern Mahratta country in 1844-.5, including the investment and 
capture of the Forts Panulia and Pownghur. 

34 Colonel White's services :— Campaign in Spain, under Sir John Moore, including 
the retreat to and battle of Corunna, where he was wounded. Siege of Flushing, and capture 
of Walcheren; campaigns in Canada, from Nov. 1813, to the end of the war. He has received 
the ^V ar Medal with one Clasp for Corunna. 

35 Colonel Teur.ant served at the siege of Flushing in 1809. 

36 Colonel E. R. Hill served in the Peninsula from Sept. 1812 to the end of that war in 1814, 
including the affair of San Munos and retreat from Burgos, as a volunteer; battle of Vittoria, 
passage of the Biilassoa, battles of Nivelle and Toulouse: he has the War Medal with four Clasps. 

37 Colonel Arthur Shirley served in Canada with the 7th Hussars from 1838 to 1842, and 
was actively employed during the rebellion of 1838-39 on the frontiers. In March 1855 was 
appointed to the command of the Cavalry Division of the Turkish Contingent with local rank 
of Major General, and held this command until the end of the Russian war; was present at 
Eupatoria with Omar Pasha in May 1855; in Jan. 1856 was sent to Shumla to inspect the 
Bashi Basouks, and was charged with the reorganization of that force; received the 2nd Class 
of the Medjidie, and the Turkish Medal. 

38 Major General Lawrence commanded the 2nd Batt. Rifle Brigade throughout the Eastern 
campaign oi 1854, including the battles of the Alma (horse killed) and Inkerman, and siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, and 3rd Class of the 
Medjidie). 

39 Colonel Hon. George Cadogan served the Eastern campaign of 18.54, including the battles 
of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, CB., Com- 
mander 2nd Class of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus, and 3rd Class of the Medjidie). He was 
employed as the Queen's Commissioner to the Sardinian Army in the Crimea. 

40 Brigadier General Russell commanded the 5th Brigade at the second relief of Lucknow 
— severely wounded and particularly mentioned in despatches as having much distinguished 
himself (CB.); commanded 1st Brigade under Outram at the repulse of several attacks on the 
Alumbagh; at the fall of Lucknow he commanded 2nd Brigaae which stormed the Imaum.- 
barra anrl capfured the Kiiserbaah (iMedal and Clasp). 

41 Colonel Story served in the Peninsula and France from Nov. 1812 to May 1814, 
including the siege of San Sebastian, and passages of the Bidassoa and Adour. He has received 
the Silver War Medal and one Clasp for San Sebastian. 

42 Colonel Huey served the Eastern campaign from April 1855 in command of the 2nd 
Battalion Royal Regiment, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp, and 4th 
Class of the Medjidie). 

43 Major-General Horatio Shirley served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 ; commanded the 
88th in the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol ; was General Officer of the 
trenches in the attack on the Quarries on the 7th June, and at the attack on the 18th June, 
and commanded a Brigade at the attack on the Redan on the 8th Sept. — wounded (Medal and 
Clasp-s CB , Officer of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian Medal, and 3rd Class of the Medjidie), 

44 Sir Henry Storks served as Assistant Adjutant-General at the Cape of Good Hope during 
the Kaffir war of 1846-47 (Medal). 

45 Colonel T. C. Smich, prior to entering the Army, served for a short period in the Navy, 
and was three times wounded. He served in the Peninsula from June 1813 to the end of that 
war in 1814, and was present at the affair of Ordal. He served also the campaign of 1815, and 
was wounded at the battle of Waterloo. 

46 Colonel Hodge commanded the 4th Dragoon Guards in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 ; 
was on board H. M. S. Sa7i.ipardl in the naval attack on Sebastopol, 17th Oct. 1854 ; also 
present at the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, night-attack on 
Russian outposts, 19ih Feb. and battle of Tchernaya, 16 Aug. 1855 (Medal and Clasps, CB., 
Officer of the Legion of Honor, and 3rd Class of the Medjidie). 

47 Colonel Yarborough served with the 91st Regt. in the Kaffir war (Medal and CB ). 

48 Colonel Crombie embarked in Feb. 1854 with the Coldstream Guards for Turkey, and 
served in Bulgaria. ■' 

49 Colonel Mdcbean served in the Peninsula and France, 'from July 1812 to August 
1814. including the affair at Osma, battle of Vittoria, both sieges of San Sebastian and 
capture ot it ; passage of the Nivelle, 10th November, and actions of the Nive, 9th, 10th. 
11 th, and 12th December, 1813. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the capture 



War iServices of the Colonels. 54 

of Paris. Served afterwards with the Army of Occupation until 1818. He has received the 
Silver ^Var JIe<lul with tour Clasps. 

50 Colonil Jaiut'S served in the Ptninsuia and France, from Oct. 1812 to April 1814, 
incluilinfi the bimii-s of Vitioria. the I'^rrnoes, Nivelle, and Orthes, for which he has received 
the Silver Wur ^Itdul with four Clasps. Served subsequently in the Aimricun war. 

51 Ci'lonel Doherly served with the 14th Lr. Uragoins tbroughout the I'uiijaub campaign 
of 1848-9, including the action of Kanciuiggur, passii{<eof the Chenub, battles of Chillianwallah 
and Gixjerut, pursuit of the enemy across the Jhelum, and of the Attj^hans over the Indus 
through the Kh) ber Pass (Medal and Clasps). At llainnupf^'ur ho brought the charging 
squadrons, under Col. llavelock who was killed, across the nullah audout of the enemy's entrench- 
ments; and at Gnojerat he commanded a body of H. M. Dragoons and Native Light Cavalry. 

52 Colonel Faber served with the 4'Jth Kegt. throughout the war with China (.M< dil;, and 
was present at the first and second captures of Chusaii, storm and capture of the heights above 
Canton, attack and capture of Amoy and of Chinhae (mentioned in despatches, and Brevet of 
Major), occupation of Kingpo and repulse of the ni>;ht atiack, attack and cuptureof the enemy's 
entrenched camp on the heights of Segoan. of Chapoo, and of Woosung, and investment of 
Nankin. Served in the Indian campaign in IS.ir-oS in command of the i^t'MA Rc-gt.,and was 
present at the battle of Cawupore on 6th Dec. 1857, and in the atlair at Seraighat (mentiuned 
in despatches, Medalj. 

53 Brigadier General Garvock served as a Major of Brigade in Sir Harry Smith's Division 
throughout the Sikh campaign (Meual and three Clasps), and was present at the battles of 
Moodliee, Ferozeshah (horse shot under him), Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon, where he was 
himself severely wounded, and his horse struck in three places. He also acted as Adjutant 
General and Quarter Master G; neral to Sir Hdrry Smith in the action with and deleat of 
the rebel Uoers at, Bloem PJaats (St)uih Africa). 29th August 1848. 

54 Colonel William Jones served with the 61st in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, was 
present at the passage of the Chenab, and in the battles of Sadoolapore and Chillian wallah; 
lifter which he commanded the Kegt. at the battle of Goojerat; and he commanded a portion 
of Sir Walter Gilbert's field force, consisting of a troop of Bengal Horse Artillery and the 
61st KeL't. in pursuit of the enemy to the Khjber Pass in March 1849 (Medal and two Clasps, 
and CB.). Commanded as Brigadier the ord Infantry Brigade at the siege ot Delhi in 1857 
and repulse of the S irtie of the Uth July; coramnnded ibe 2nd Column at the assault on the 
14th Sept. during which the command of the 1st Column devolved on him on the fall of Gene- 
ral Nicholson, and he continued in command of both columns during the six days' fighting 
within the city until its final capture on the 20th September (mentioned in Despatches, Medal 
and Clasp). 

5.5 Ctdonel R. B. Burnaby served the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. 

56 Colonel Hun. Alex. Gordon served on the Quarter Master General's Staff throughout 
the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Baluklava, and Inkerman, 
and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, and 3rd Class 
of the Medjidie). 

57 Colonel Tyrwbitt served the Eastern campaign of 1854, as Aide-de-Camp to the Duke 
of Cambridge, and was present at the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Clasps, Knight of the Legijn of Hon' r, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

58 Colonel Roclif rt Scott served with the expedition against New Orleans, and was 
prc>ent at the attack on the American Lines on the 8ih Jan. 1815, and at the capture of Fort 
Boyer. S.rved afttrwards in France with the Army of Occupation, from July 1815 to Dec. 1818 ; 
and Willi the allied Anglo-Turkish force in Syria, from Dec. 1840 to Nov. 1841 (Medal and Clas-p). 

59 Colonel Adair served in Spain from July 1810 to the end of the \var,inclii(ling the delence 
of Cadiz, battle of Barmsa, Fort San Philip, Balaynere, Villa Franca, Tarragona and Baicelona. 
Served also the Pindarree campaigns of 1817 and 18, and subsequently in the Deccan, including 
the siege and reduction of Rliyglmr. Aninlnier, and Assetrjiliur. Twice severely wounded by 
matchlock balls, in the lelt arm and right side, at the siege of As-^ccrghiir on the evening of the 
lOih March 1818, in rejiulsing a sortie made by the garrison of the tort into the town. He lias 
received the War 3Iedal and one Clasp for Barrosa. 

60 Col. nel Hennis served the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

61 Li rd W< st served on S.r Flugh G' ugti's Staff throughout the Suthj campaign of 
1845-46, as Aide-de-Camp in the battles of MuodUee and Feroze»hah, and as Officiating Mili- 
tary Secretary during the remainder of the campaign, and in the battle of Sobiaon (Medal 
and Cla-*ps). Lmdid with the 21st Fusiliers in the Crimea and was present at the battles 
fought there: command d a detached wing in the hattle of liikernan and subsequently the 
regiment during the biege from 17th Nov. 1854 to C Aug. 1855, inludiii;; a spicial command 
of fvo R-giments in supjiort of the storaiing party of the lelt column aeahHt the Redan on 
the 18th June. Had command of the R niment ai^ain on the 8(h S, pt., and diiriii;^ the assault 
was ord red to move to the point of nttjck in support. In the exped.tion to Kinbourn he held 
omuiand of a Brigade (Medal and Clasps, CB , Officer of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian 
Medal, and 3rd Class of the M.djidie) 

02 Cilonel William Napier served as Aidc-de-Camp to Sir Charles Napier during his cam- 
paign of 1845 agninst the Desert and M jnntnin Tribes on the right bank of the Indus. Served 
also at the aieg" of Sebastopol as Aisi-tant Director Gemral Land Tiuii^p ,rt Corps (Medal 
and Clasp, and .;lh Ciaos of the Mudjidic). 

63 Coloiifl Arney commanded three companies "*thp 58th during the operations against the 
hostile natives iu the Southern District of New Zealand in 1846. He commanded the troops 



55 War Services of the Colonels. 

encamped in the valley of the Hutt and Porirua; and the 58th at the affair of the Horokeivi, 
when the enemy were driven back and dispersed. ^ ,.„„„, , , , .^i. 

64 Colonel Hagart sprvtd with the 7th Hussars in Canad.i in 1838, and returned home with 
the RpKt in 1841, commaQded the 7th Hussars in the Indian campaign from Dec. 18o7, 
includiDo- 'the repulse of the attack on the Alumbagh till promoted Brigadier in IMarch 1858. 
CommandMi the 1st Cavalry Brigade in the operations beyond the Goomtee, at the siege ot 
Lucknow (CB Medal and Clasp), and during the Rohilcund campaign, iccludii.g the affair of 
AUeeeunue and the captures uf Ruyaghur, Saahjehaopore, Bareilly, and Mohuiudee. In the 
autumn ot' the same year was attached to the Oude tieid force, and commanded the Cavalry of 
that Division at the occupation of Fyzabad, passage of the Gogra, and duriBg the whole of 
the Trans-Gogra campaign till the conclusion of the war in 1859 (several times mentioned m 

^65 Colonel Donaldson served in the Peninsula with the 57th, from June 1809 to the end of 
that war in 1814, including the siege of Badajoz in April 1811, battles of Albuhera, Viiloria, 

66 Colonel Birtwhistle served the campai£>n of 1814 in the south of France with the 32nd. 
Also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Quatre Bras (slightly wounded), retreat on the 
17th June, and battle of Waterloo (, severely wounded). ■,■,.. 

67 Colonel Piiimer sfrvcd the campaign of 1811 in Holland, includiDg tne attacii upon 
the villao-e of Merxem, 1.3th Jan.; also second attack and capture Sad Feb.. when his Regiment 
capturecTtwo guu3; bombardment of the French fleet in the Schtldt, from 3rd to 6th February. 
Actively enga-jed at Fort Frederick on the Scheldt, 22nd March, in impeding the passage of 
French line of battle ships to Fort Lillo, for the purpose of throwing provisions aud assidiance 
into the garrison. Again employed on the same duty 25ch M ireh following. 

68 Colouel Waymouth served in the Peninsula with the 2nd Life Guards from Nov. 1812 to 
the end of that war in 1614, including the battle of Vittoria, investment of Pampfcluna, and the 
battles ot'the Pyrenees. Also the campaigu of lf<15, including the action of Quaire Bras, cover- 
ing the retreat on the 17th June, aud battle of Waterloo. Severely wounded and taken prisoner, 
when charging the French cuirassiers at Waterloo, lie has received the War Jledal with two 
Clasps for Victoria and Toulouse. 

69 Colonel Edgar Gibson served in the Peninsula with the 1st Light Infantry Battalion of the 
King's German Legion, from Aug. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the siege of San 
Sebastian, an action in the Pyrenees at the pa>sage of the Bidassoa( wounded), and the subsequent 
actions in wliich the left wing of the army was engaged. Served also the campaign of 1815, and 
was present at the battle of Waterloo. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps. 

70 Colonel Last commanded the troops in the southern district; ot New Zealand during the 
greater part of the operations against the hostile natives in 18-16. He assisted in driving back , 
the rebels who attacked the detachment posted under Lieut. Page (58th Regt ) at Boulcott's i 
farm in the valley of the Hutt on the 16th May 1846 ; commanded at the capture of Te Rau- I 

Saraha and several other iiifluential chiefs, as well as disarming part of the tribe on the 23rd " 
uly ; and also commanded the combined force at the affa.ir of the Horokiwi, on the 6th Aug., 
compelling the rebels to retreat and ultimately to disperse ; was particularly mentioned in the 
Government Gazette of New Zealand, and also in the Dispatches of Licut.-GoveTnor Grey. 

71 Colonel Morse-Cooper served the campaign of 1814 as a Volunteer from the R. M. Col- 
lege with the Royals, and was present at the investment of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie. 
Also the campai;;'n of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. Also served with 
the 11th Liglit Dragoons at the siege and capture of Bliurtpore in 1825-6, under Lord Com- 
bermere, where he volunteered for tlie dismounted Cavalry storming party. Slightly wounded at 
Bayonne, and severely at Waterloo, having received five wounds. Has received the Waterloo 
Medal, and a Medal for Bhurtpore. 

72 Colonel Janncey served on the expedition to Walcheren in 1809. Subsequently in the 
Peninsida from July 1812 to June 1814, including the battle of Castalla, siege of Tarragona, 
retreat from thence, its second siege, retreat from Villa Franca after the battle of the Pass of 
Ordall, and investment of Barcelona in 1814. Expedition to Naples in 1815. 

73 Colonel Scargill served with the 9th at the defence of Tarifa, from May to Dec. 1811. 
Also in the south of France from March to May 1814, includiug the blockade of Bayonne and re- 
pulse of the sortie. 

74 Colonel Robert Lewis served in the Burmese war. 

75 Colonel Wilbraham served the Syrian campaign of 1840-41 (Medal), including the 
advance on Gaz>i and affair near Askelon. Served the Eastern campaign of 185-1-55, as an 
Assistant A<tjatant-General, including the battles in the Crimea and sifge (rt Sebastopol 

Medul and Chifps, CH., Officer of the Legion of Honor, and 3rd Class of the Medjidie). 

76 Colonel Spottiswoode served as Brigade Major of Cavalry with the left wing of the Army 
of Gwalior in 1843, and was present at the battle of Punniar (Medal). He served also in the 
like capaidty in the Sutlcj campaign in 1846, and was present at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 
Commanded the 1st Dragoon Guards in the Crimean campai^in from 16 Aug. 1855, including the 
sicce of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp, and 5th Class of the Jlcdjidie). 

77 Colonel Webber Smith served with the 48i,h Regt. the campaign against the Rajah of 
Coorg, in April 1834, and was wounded. Commanded the 95th Regt. in the Eastern campaign 
of 1854, and was severely wounded at the battle of Alma (Medal and Clasp, CB., 5th Class of 
the Medjidie, :ind Turkish Mtdul). 

78 Colon* 1 George served throughout the campaign in Sciude (Medal) under Sir 
Chnrlca Napier, incli'ding the destruction of Iinaumghur in the Desert, and the battles of 



H'ur iSei-victa of the Culoneh. 50 

Meeanee and Hyderabad, 1843, at which last he commanded the 2'2ud llegt. Ho served also 
the campaifjn in the S.)uthern Mahratfa country in 1844-5; and Brigadier Iliuks being mor- 
tally woundi'd, Mnjor Guorge took command of detachments ut the storm of the Piiuhs and 
n irihern front of PanuUa and rown;,'hur. Nov. 27, and was pnsi nt at the investment and 
capture of buth those forts, brin^ in command of the left think post ; and during the ■ p.-rati^ns 
against the Forts Munnahur and Munsuutobli in the Southern Concan, commanded lelt wing 
22nd Hcgt., and afurwunis commanded the Field Brigade (temporarily) at Kolapore. 

79 Col.)nel Yorko commauded the lloyal Dragoons in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and 
was severely wounded at the battle of Balaklitva, his horse also was severely wounded with grape 
shot in supporting the Liijht Cavalry charge prior to his own leg being shattered by a'kille 
ball ( Medal and Clasps, CD., Surdiuian Medal, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). He commanded 
the llegt. during a violent gale in the Black Sea between Varna and the Crimea and this great 
di'^aster resulted in the loss of 250 horses of the Regt. including the greater part ot the 
olHcers' chargers and those of detachments of other llegts. under his command. 

80 Colonel Mends served as a Midshipman, lioyal Navy, during the years 1812 13, and 
14, in North and South America. Served at every British possession in Western Africa, for 
fourteen years, and was present at the first attack made upon the Ashantees near the villago 
of Donguah, 26th September 1823, under Sir Charles MCarthy. Present also at the destruc- 
tion of the native Dutch town of Succondce, 17th February 1824, and employed in the boats of 
H. M 's ships of war skirmishing with the natives of that town and the Ashuntees on the fol- 
lowing morning. In action against the Ashantees, 21i.t May 1824; and at the defeat of their 
array on the ht-ights in rear of Cape C' ast Castle, 1 1th July following. On the 4th February 
1826, whilst in command of Dixcove Fort, he was attacked by about 6,000 natives, the g.ir- 
rison consisting of only oii.j corforal and nineteen privates (native*), lloyal African corps; 
with these he defended the post, and forced the enemy to retreat with much loss in the killed 
and wounded. Besiies the above he has been in various skirmishes with the n itives. 

81 Colonel C. H. Burnaby commanded the lloyal Artillery on theEahtern Frontier, Cape of 
Got.d Hope, during ttie K iflir war of 1846-7, and for this received the Brevet rank of Major. 
He also commandtd the Royal Artillery on the Eastern Frontier from the breaking out of 
the war in Dec. 1850 tintil July 1852, and was appointtd commandant of Graham's Town 
with the District ol Lower Albany ; for services in this war he got the Brevet rank of Lieut- 
Col, nel (Medal). 

82 Sir Alfred Horsford served with the Rifle Brigade in the Kiffir war of 1846-47, and com- 
manded the 1st Battalion in that of 1852-53 (Mtdal and Brevet Lt. Colonel). Also commanded 
the 1st Battalion in the E t.stern campaign of 1854, including tiie battles of the Alma, Balaklava, 
and lukerman, and si^ge of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, CB., Sardinian Medal, und 5th Class 
of the .Meiljidie). Served in the Indian Campaign o) 18o7-5'J; commanded 3rd Battalion RiHo 
Brigade at the battle of Cawopora on 6lh Dec. 18.^7 (woundedj; commanded a Brigade from 
Feb. 18.0S to the end of the war, and was present throughout the Oude campaign ; com- 
manded the Infantry at the battle of Nawabgungo; in Feb. 1859 was left in command of the 
Oude and Nepaul frontier, and on one occasion took 16 gUJis in an engagement in Nepaul 
against the rebels (Medal and Clasp, and KCB.). 

83 Colonel the Hon. Percy Herbert served with the 43rd Light Infantry in the Kaffir War of 
1851-53 (Medal); also in the Expedition into the Orange lliver Sovereignty, including the 
battle of Berea. Served as Assist. Qr. Master General to the 2rjd Division of the Eastern Army 
from its formation to Nov. 1855, and subsequently as Quarter jMaster General to the Army of 
the Ejst until June 1856; was present at the battle of Alma (wounled), all'xir of 26th 
October, battle of Inkerraan, sieg;e and fall of Sebastopid — wounded (Medal and (Jlasp, Aide 
de Camp to the Queen, CB., Officer tpf the Legion of Honor, Commander of 2nd Class of St 
Mnurice and St. Lazarus, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

84 Cjlonel Brownrigg served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, as Assist. Adjutant General, 
including the battles of Alma anil Iiikerman, and siege of Sebastopol, and was Chief of the 
Staff to Sir George BroAn in the exptdition to Kertch (Medal and Clasps, CB , Officer of the 
Legion of Honor, and 4tii Class of tli? Medjidie). 

65 Colonel M'Murdo served as Assistant Quarter Master General of tho Army unrlcr Sir 
Charles Napier during the campaign in Scinde in 1843 (Medal), and wai present in the battle 
of Meeanee. — in whi -h his horse was shot under him — skirmish with the enemy while conduct- 
ing Major Stack's Brigade from Muttaree to form a junct'on with Sir Charles Napier's force at 
Hydrahad; and battle of Hydraba^, where be received a sabre wound in the right breast. He 
■gain Served as .\ssi^t. Quartermaster General to Sir Charles Napier's i^riny iluring the tam- 
pdigfi again^t the Mountain and Desert tribis situated on tlio right hank of the Indus, early 
in 1845. Served in the Eastern camia'^n as Director General Land Transport Corps (Medal 
and CUsp for Sebastopol, Officer of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Mtdjidie, and 
Turkish Medal). 

86 Colonel \V. B. Ainslie commanded the OOrd Highlanders tliroiighout the Eastern cain- 
paif;n of 1854 55, including the battles of .Alitia anil Balaklava, and s-iege of Sebastoiiol (Medal 
aiui three Clasp-*, CB., Sardinian .Meilal, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). 

n7 Colonel Wilkie commanded the lOih Hussars in the Crimean campaign from the 17th April 
18.V), includ ng the capture of Tchorgaun, battle of tlii^ Tchernaya, siege and fall of Subastopol 
(Midal and Clasp, 5ih Class of the .Medjidie, and 1 urki^h Medal). 

88 Colonel Tiely served with the 14ih Regt. at the siege and capture of Bhurlpore in 
1825-26 (Medal). 

90 Colonel H. D. White served the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55 in command of the 
Inniskilling Dragoons, including the battles of Balaklava, Inkorman, and Tchernaya, and siege 



57 War Services of the Colonels. 

and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and 4th Class of the 

91 Colonel Robinson served the campaign in Affghanistan and Beloochistan, including the 
storm and cap'urp of GhuzneR (severely wounded) and of Khelat : Medal for Ghuznep. He also 
served m the Kaffir war of 1851 -52-53, as Assistant-Q'iarter-Master General of the 2Ld Division. 

92 Colonel Winston served with the 18th Royal Jrish on the China expedition (Medal), at 
Can"ton Amoy, ciiusan, Chinhae, Ningpo, Segoan, Chapoo, and Chin Kiang Foo. Sefved also 
in Burmah from July 1852 to the end of the war in 1853 ; was present at the capture of Prome; 
and commanded the infantry, and subsequently, on the force being increased, the Right Wing 
of the troops employed under Sir John Cheape in the Donabew district against Meah Toon, and 
was severely wounded at the assault and capture of that chief's last position on the 19th March 
1853. Received the brevet of Major for the China service, and that of Lieut.-Colonel for the 
Burmese service. 

93 Colonel Rice served with the 51st during the war in Burmah from April to August 
1852; was on board the E. I. C. steam sloop Sesostris during the Naval action and destruction 
of the enemy's stockades on the Rangoon River: served during the succeeding three days 
operations in the vicinity, and at the storm and capture of Rangoon; also at the assault and 
capture of Bissein, 19th May (severely wounded). Colonel Rice was mentioned in General 
Godwin's dispatches as "deserving the best consideration of Government" for capturing by 
storm with his company and a sub-division of the 9th Madras Native Infantry the enemy's 
stronghold, and entrenched position south of Bassein, armed with sixteen guns and twenty 
gingalls; honoured with the best thanks of the Governor-General in Council. 

94 Colonel the Hon. R. C. H. Spencer served throughout the whole of the operations in 
China, and was present at the destruction of the batteries -of Amoy, in H. M. S. Blonde, in 
1840 ; at the capture of the forts of the Bocca Tigris, and subsequent operations in the Canton 
River ; at the storm and capture of the heights of Canton ; attack and captures of Amoy, 
Chusan (second operation), Chinhae, Chapoo, Woosang, Shanghae, and Chin Kiang Foo, and 
demonstration before Nankin (Medal). 

95 Colonel Eld served with the 90th Regiment during the Kaffir war of 1846-47 (Medal). 

96 Colonel Land served as Adjutant to the Royal Marine Battalion at D'Jouni, and was 
present at the Bombardment of St. Jean d'Acre (Medal and Clasp for Syria, and Turkish 
Modal). 

97 Colonel Mitford was employed on the coast of Syria during the whole of the operations 
against the Egyptians ; he landed and served with the Battalion at the Camp d'Jouni, and was 
present at the bombardment of St. Jean d'Acre. He has been presented with a Medal from 
the Sultan, and has the War Medal with one Clasp. 

98 Colonel James Watson served with the 14th Regt. at the siege and storming of Bhurt- 
pore in 1825-26 (Medal). Also at the siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

99 Sir Thomas Troubridge served the Eastern campaign of 1854 with the 7th Fusiliers, and 
was very severely wounded at the battle of Inkerman--both legs amputated (Medal and Clasps, 
and 4th Class of the Medjidie). • 

100 Colonel Forbes served with the 91st Regiment in the last Kaffir war (Medal). 

101 Colonel Norcott served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55; held the independent com- 
mand of a wing of the 2nd Batt. Rifle Brigade at the battle of the Alma — horse killed — 
(markedly named in the first Dispatch), as also before Sebastopol on its first bombardment. 
From 1st February 1 855 he commanded the 1st Battalion engaged in the siege operations (Medal 
and Clasps, Brevets of Lt.Col. and Colonel, Aide de Camp to the Queen, CB., Officer of the 
Legion of Honor, Sardinian Medal, 3rd Class of the Menjidie, and Turkish Mtdal). 

102 Colonel Lysons served in Canada during the rebellion in 1838-39, including the actions 
of St. Uenis and St. Eastache. Was honourably mentioned in Dispatches and General Orders 
on the occasion of the wreck of the transport Premier on 4th November 1843 and promoted in 
consequence. Served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55; was present at the battles of Alma 
and Inkerman, the minor stfairs of Buljianac and Mackenzie's Farm, capture of Balaklava, and 
throughout th») whole siege of Sebastopol; led the main column of the attack on the Redan 
by the Light Division on the 18th June, and commanded a Brigade in the latter part of the action 
(slightly wounded); was engaged in the final assault of the Redan on the 8th September 
(severely wounded); commanded tlie 2nd Brigade Light Division from October 1855 to the 
end of the war (Medal and Clasps, Brevet of Colonel, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, 
Sardinian Medal, and 3rd Class of the IMedjidie). 

103 Lord Longford served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, as Assistant Adjutant General, 
up to the 24ih June 1855, after which as Adjutant General, including the battles of Alma, 
Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, CB., Officer 
of thp Legion of Honor, Commander 2nd Class St. Maurice and St. Lazarus, 3rd Class of 
the M< djidir, and Turkish jNIedal). 

104 Colonel Tudor served as Aide-de-Camp to General Grey, commanding the left wing of 
the army of Gwalior, in the action of Punniar, 29 Dec. 1843 (Me^al). Also served the Sutlej 
campainn of 1845-0, as AidedeCarop to the same General, commanding 5th Division of the Army. 

105 ColonelJames Graham joined the 54th Regt. in Burmah, as a volunteer, in Dec. 1824, and 
was present at the carrying of the entrenched Fords of the Mnhattee River, 27th March, and at 
the attack o.i the lortifi.'d heights ot Amican, 29th March 18-25; at the latter he was wounded 
in the nid»- and face: has received the Mec'al unri Clasp f.-r Ava. In July 1855 a Medical 
n.jrd pr.'ii „ n,;t-d him a- "lo'ally i.ndt for service in the .'IlIJ;" but in consideration of the- 



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nature of his past services he was specially promoted to a Lieut-Colonelcy, aud allowed to re- 
tire upon the tiill pay of that rank. 

106 Colonel \Vctlienill servtd in Canada duiiugr the rebellions of 1837-38, 1838 39, and was 
picsmt ill the actions of St. Cliurlis, St. Eustache, and Fointo Ollviero. Was shipwrecked with 
ths Uoval K«|rt. ill the transport " Premier." Served in the Crimea as .Assistant Qiiaitcr Master 
(i«neral iind was present at tlie battles of Ahiia, Ualaklavu, and Inkorniaii, tlie sieue unil fall of 
Sebastopol. Served at Kertch as Deputy Quarter Master (Jeneral of the Turkish Contingent. 
Wis subsequently Director General of Land Transport in the Crimea, and was charged with 
the reorfranizaiion of that force (Medal and four Clasps, Uli., Knij^lit of tlie Legiou of Honor, 
3rd Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Servtd as Deputy Q. M. General to tfie forces 
in China in lbJ7. Served in India in the Mutiny of 18i>7-58; was Chief of tlie Slafl" of tho 
Central India field force and present at Kooneh, !Muttrn, Golowlie (ioth and 2-Jnd ilay), and 
Calpce. ( ommanded South Oude field force in the campaign of 1858; and commanded the 
force Qt the attack and capture of the intrenched camp of Ramjiore Rupca on 3rd Nov., and 
the subsequent operations of tlic campaign (Medal and Clasp). 

107 Colonel Sadlier served in Sicily trom July 1808 lo June 181:2, and was present at the 
capture of the islands of Ischia and Procida. Served subsequently in the Penirsuhi, including 
the battle" of Castulla and siege of Tarragona, action at Villa Franca, besides variuus minor 
afidirs: also in the American war, including tlie attack on Plattsburg; and subsequently with 
the Army of Occupation in France ; served in the Eastern campaign of 185-1-55, including the 
actions in the Crimea and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and two Clasps). 

luS Colonel Strange served with the 2t)th Kegt. on the China expedition (Medal), and was 
present at the defence of Ningpo, at Tscke, Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghae, Chiukiangfoo, and 
Nankin. 

109 Colonel Lake was transferred from the Madras Engineers to the Royal Army as a 
Lieut.Colonel Unattached for his set vices at the defence ot Ivars {CB. and 2nd Class of the 
Medjidi", and OtHcer of the Legion of Honor). 

110 Colonel I'ayuc served with the Royal ^lariue Brigade in the Crimea and at the surrcndir 
of Kinboiirn in 1855 (Medal). 

1 1 1 Colonel John \Vatson served with the 14 th Regt. in the trenches at the siege of Sebastopol 
and assault of the I8th June (Medal and Clasp). 

112 Colonel Going landed in the Crimea with the '2nd Battalion Royal Regiment on the 22nd 
April 1855, and was at the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp, and 5th Class of the 
Medjidie). 

113 Colonel Douglas served the Eastern campnign of 1854-55 in command of the 11th 
Hussars, including the aftair of Bulganak, battles of Alma, Balakiava, and Inl;erman, and siege 
of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, CB., Kniuht of the Legion of Honor, and 4111 Class of the 
Medjidie). 

114 Colonel Fiuucane has served in Spain, France, Italy, the 3Icditerranean, Jamaica, and 
India. In 1814 he was with the Austrian Army in Italy and at the surrender of Genoa. He 
was in several affairs in Ava during the liurniese War : also at the storming of Bhurtpore, In 
the Spanish service in 1835, 3G, as Lieut. -Colonel on the Staff, and has received the Cross of St. 
Fernando ; also the War Medal for India with two Clasj s. 

115 Sir John Douglas served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 in command of the 79th 
Highlanders, including the battles of Alma and Balakiava, siege of Sebastojiol, assault of the 
18th June and expedition to Kertch and Ymikale (Medal and three Clasps, CB., Sardinian 
Medal, 4th Class of the Medjidie, aud Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign 
of 1857-51); commanded the Iiituniry in the action of Secundra; commanded a Brigade duriDg 
the siege of Lucknow. taking the Residency, Iron Bridge, Great Emaumbarra, and several 
other important positions; afterwards commanded the Infantry of the Azimghur field force, 
and present in the actii)u at Tigia, taking of Azimghur, detached in pursuit of Koer Siigh, 
actions at Azimghur, JIunnear, Sheoporeghat, and various operations in and around Jugdes- 
pore and the jungles, aLd pursuit to Buxar. On l.jth June 1858 appointed to command the 
troops in the Azimghur aud Jounpore districts, and on 25th June to the command of the dis- 
turbed districts ot Behar, Dinahpore, Ghazepore, and Shahabad, and constantly engaged in 
pursuing the rebels during the hot and wet seasons; took the field after the rains, defeated 
the rebels at Karisath and drove ihem into the jungle, took Juydespore, pursued and drove 
the rebels into the Kymore Mills, killing 120O; campaign in the Kjmore Hills aud successful 
night attack at Sulya Duhar. On 15th J<in. lt>jy appoiiited to command the troops in 
Palamow and Chota Nagpore, engaged in pursuing the rebels in I'alamow (frequently men- 
tione.d in despatches and thanked by the Governor General of India, Brevet ot Colonel, 
K( B., Medal and Clasp). 

116 Colonel Daubeney served with the 55th Regt. in the Coorg campaign, East Indies, in 
18'i4, and was present at the assault and capture of the stockade of Kisscuhully, and at the 
attack on the stockade of Soamwarpettah, where he had charge of one of the two guns attached 
to the Column, which by his persevt-rauce and exertions ho saved from capture during the 
retreat, served during the Chinese war of 1S41-4-2, commmidtd the Light Company at the re- 
pulse of the enemy's uight-at:uck at Chinliae, and at the storm and capture of Chapoo; served 
on the start" as Major of Brigade to Sir James S.hoeddo at Woosung. Shanghai, iiud (.hin- 
kiangfoo — twice m-iuioued in Dispatches (Mii^al, Bn vet Mjjor, and CB.). Served the Eastern 
campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma and Inkermun (wounded and horse she), siege 
of Sebasiopol, audiepuibe of the liortie ot 2Gth October. Commanded thu 55lh licgt. at the 



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battle of Inkerman, and succeeded to the command of the 1st Brigade, 2nd Division, after 
Co'onol Warren was wounded, and brought it out of action— mentioned in Division Orders for 
the Alma and in the Dispatches for Inkerman (Medal and three Clasps, Knight of the Legion 
of Honor, Turkish Medal, an 1 4th Class ot the Medjidie). 

117 Sir Aiithon}' Convnshara Sterling served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, first ss a 
Brigarle-Miijor and afterwards as Assistant Adjutant General to the Hiohland Division, in- 
clu(lin°' the battles of the Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and 
Clasps" CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, Turkish Medal, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). 
Served as Military Secretary to Lord Clyde, in suppression of the Indian Mutiny in 1858-59 
(Medal and Clasp, and KCB ). 

118 Colonel Seagram served with the 45th Kegt. in the Kaffir war of 1846-47 (Medal, and 
Brevet Major). 

119 Colonel Maxwell served in the Crimea from 8 Nov, 1854, and commanded the 46th 
Regt. at the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp, C-B., Knight of the Legion of 
Honor. 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

120 Colonel J. Stewart Wool served the Coorg campaign in 1834, in the Light Company 
of the 48th R^gi^; he was on the storming parties of the Stoney River and the several 
stockades leading to the capture of the Huggal Pass, and at the tiking of the hill fort of 
NucUuiiid. He was throughout the campaign* in Affgnanistan.— in 1838 and 39 as Aide-de- 
Camp to Sir Robert Sale; in 1840, 41, and 42 as Adjutant to the 13th Regt., and was on the 
st irmiug pirty of the fortress of Ghuznee (Medal); on the storming party of the town and fort 
of Tootumdurrah; had charge of and planted the ladders at the storm of Joolghur (wounded); 
was in the night attack at Baboo Koo.sh Ghur, the destruction of Kardurrah, battle of Persvan- 
durrab; at the storming of t!ie Khoord Cabool Pass; in the skirmish of Tezeen; the forcing of 
th« Ju-jdulluok Pass, reduction of the fort of Mamoo Kbail, in the heroic defi-noe of Jellalabad 
(wounded 17th M^rch 1842), and in the sorties on the 14i,h Nov. and 1st Dec. 1841, 1 lib Mircb, 
24th Mi.rob, and 1st Aprd 1842; the battle of Jella.labad and defeat of the besieging force under 
Akbar Ktian on the 7(.b April 1842— horse sabred under him (Medal). Was on the storming 
party of the JugduUuck Pass, in the battle ot Tezeen, and at the re-capture of Cabool (Medal). 
Served the Eistern campaign of 1854-55, as Assist. Adjutant-General to the 3rd Division and 
subiequently to Head Quarters, including the battle of Alma, capture of Bitaklava, battle of 
Inkerman, and siege operations belore Sebastopol, with the exception of the last attack (Medal 
and three Clasps, CB., Knight of tiio Legion of Honor, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). 

121 Colonel Low served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, 
Bilaklava, Inkerman, an I Tchernaya. and siege of Sebastopol, also present with the Light 
Cavalry Brigade- at Eupatoria; at Inkerman he commaniled the Regiment (Medal and Clas()3, 
Brevet Lt.Col., Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian Medal, 4th Class of the Medjidie, 
and Turkish M.dal). 

122 C )l'in«l Greathed served with the 8th Regt. at the siege of Delhi in 1857 (in command 
from 30ch June to the end of the siege), present at the repulse of Sorties on the 9tb, 14th, and 
18th July, and commanded the 3d Brigade during the repulse of the enemy's attack on 23d 
July ; commanded the Column sent to occupy the Khoodsiabagh aid Ludlow Castle on 7th 
Sept. by which operation the batteries were advanced to within 180 yards of the walls ; Jed the 
Rt'gt. to the assault and served with it in the City ; on the 24th Sept. left Delhi in command 
of a Movable Column and deflated the enemy at Bolundshur, Allyghur, and Agra ; commanded 
the 3d Brigade of the Army under L'jrd Clyde from lOih Nov. 57 to 9th Jan. 58 and present 
at the aotion of Dilkoosba in Lucknow during the operations resulting in the relief of the 
garrison ; commanled advanced pickets at; Cawnpore from SOih Nov. to 7th Dec., incluHing 
the alfair of the 2d action of the 6ih Dee., idso present in the action of Khudagunj and 
occiipdtion of Futtehghur {CB., and promoted Colonel for distinguished service in the 

field). 

123 Colonel the Hon. Robert RoUo was one of two officers sent from Malta on a special 
mission to Tripoli in 1816 and received the thanks of the Secretaries for Foreign Affairs and 
Colonies conveytd through the Commander-in-Chief for his services upon that occasion. He 
embarked with the 42nd for the East aad served with the Regt. in the campaign of 1854-55; 
wa< Brigafl<-^I ijor from the ba:ile of Bdaklava and throughout the winter until he took com- 
man I of hi-* Ungt.; commanded it upon the expedition to Kertch and surrender of Yenikale, 
aiid aft'.rwar.ls in the siege of Sebastopol and assault of the outworks on the I8th June (Medal 
and Cla^pj, Brevet Lieut. Colonel, and 5ih Class of the Medjidie). 

124 Colonel Thorold served in the Indian campaign iu 1857, and commanded the 42d High- 
laniii-rs in the action at CaA^npore on 6ih Dee. (horse shot) and at Seriaghat (Medal). 

125 Cdonel Smyth tcrved as Brigade Major to the Forces in the Southern Concan and 
Sawant W'arree country during the campaign of 1844 and 45, including the storming of several 
btoL-kades, and the investment and capture of the Forts of Monohur and Munsunto,h. Served 
also in the Kaffir war of 1851-52 (Medil); with the expediii,.n north of the Orange River in 
1852 5.1, and afterwards as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General of the 2nd Division. 

126 Colonel lion. St. George G. Folt-y served the Eastern campaign of 1851-55, as Assistant 
Co.nini.ssioncr at the Head-Quarters of the French Army, and was present at various affairs 
connected with the si.'ge and fall of Sebastopol (.Medal and Clasps, CB., Office, of tlie Le-jon 
of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Is now serving as British Com- 
missioner to the French army on service in China. 

127 Colontd Kvlsall served in Canada during the insurrection in 1837-38, and was named 



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in General Ordera. for dislodgine a number of Brigands from two islands on the Detroit River 

''"'os^C^.o^el TVj'ort^rvcVlhl'Sstern campaign of 1854 55, inclading the batdes of Alma 
anrB^ukuV^and «ie^e of S.b.stop.l (Modal and Cla.ps, 5th Class of the >Ml'-l>e, and 
Tu kfsh M.dlo. Commanded the 79.h H.ghlunders fro... Feb to 16ih Nov. 1858 m the 
lurK.M. 1 y i,„.in,iin.r the si«-ee and capturo of Lucknow, and commanded a Brigade in 
oti;:tV^^o';^185st Jan.^ in despatches, C'ii., Brevet of Colonel, Medal 

^"i^og'coionel E. A. Somerset served «ith the Rifle Brigade in the Kaffir war of 1852-53 
n e'L) M o he Eastern campaign of 1854-55. inclu.iinu: the battles ot Alma, Balaklava 
ind Inker,.;'.', a,ul sie-.e of Sebaslopol (Medal and Clasps, Knight of the Lcg.oa ot Honor, and 

''is'o c!..lJ^Bu.S;'lrved with the expedition through the Kohat l..,s in 1850 « 
A i A^ r .mn t.. Sir Charles Napier. Served aUo the E=.stcrn campai-n ot 18o4-55, in^udrng 
^h'e btie otT.k;r^aa S^f.ge ^-f S.bastopol (Medal and Cia.ps, CB., Kn.ght of the Legion 

''S"l"S:ion:\cl;.re':::nfh;'?ecS^ Medal and Clasps, the Br.v.t, of Major and Lieut.- 

CoU.nti; cX. Kn'ght of the Legion of Honor, and 4tl. Class of the Mtdj.die, tor his services 

",3Wi'^hTm'tfo?;tn-edthe Eastern campaign of 1854-55 (during 1854 as a Major of 
B.- -ad., in th.- -n.l Division), and was present at the battles ot Alma, Bal .kh.va, and I.ikennan 
fhor killed , ad .ie.e of Seha.topol, 'sortie on 20.h Oct. (I.orse shot ) ; command.d the left 
co?m, n o th storming party at the capture of the Quarrles-twce ^Y^^^^l^ -^''-^^''/'^^^^^f 
. r,n^ ,l.o. in the thi-h and afterwards bv the eyplosion o( a I-ouga.ss (Medal and Four Clasps, 
BSorMajora.^Ltrlnel, Kni.ht of the Legion of Ho.ior, 4th Class of the Me.ijidie, 

""" 133 cSel' John" Eraser served in the Peninsula with the 53rd from Aug. 1811 to the end 
of that wain 1814, including the siege and capture of the fortified convents at Salamanca, 
, .? fc i„„, ,,»,.. \iP..P of the castle of Burnos, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, the Nivelle, 
S'k'IlonsrS^^^^^^^^^ - the oGth July 1813. " He has received the 

'''"34'?ofo,;d'wadfse^^^^^^^ the campaigns in Affghanistau from 1838 to 1842 in- 

clnV^ve -he was Adjutant of the 13th at the storm and capture of Ghuznee (Medal), and Major 
of Brigade at the asiault and capture of the town and torts of Tootumdurrah, stornj ot Jl'oolghur, 
n." attack at Baboo Koosh Ghur, destruction ot Khavdnrrah, and assault ot Perwandurrah. 
ui„ni audc^ Ktomiin- of the Koord Cabool Pass (wounded , affair of Tizeen, 

?,rT. thfju'nLlfuck Pas.^ id™ ion of the fort of Mamoo Khail, heroic defence of Jellalabad 
forcing the J"^;l'i»"frv, N„v n.ul 1st Dec 1841 , 1 Itb March, 24th March, and 1st April, 1842 : 
riSSiorJ"dci^^fca^of\?k^^^^^^ Jellalabad '(Medal), storming the heights of 

fugriucTgenefa! aSof Tezeen, and recapture of Cabool ^Medal). Has the Order of the 



'''^r^:TZ^:^S^^^^eic.^j.^Sr. of ,845.6wi,h the 3.1 Ll^ht Dragoons and was 
nresent at the battles of Moodkce, Ferozeshah, and bobraon ( Medal and Clasps K , ^, .. 

^136 Colonel Pearson served at the siege of Bhurtpore, and «^s a volunteer for the d^- 
«,„,;ntr.d pav•.lr^• stormin" partv. He served also in the action at Maharajpore, 29th Dec. 1843 
oS ?, and i^ t " camVaign- on the Sutlej in 1846, including the battles of Bu-ldiwal, Aliwal. 
i,,d Sobrao"i : at Aliwal he commanded the right wing of the I6th Lancers, and subsequently the 

""Tg^SoLfFvlttervrwith the 16th Lancers du.ing the campaign in Affghani.tan under 
T f k'„,n inPludiu- the sie-e and capture .d" Ghuznee (Medal i. Also at the battle ot Maha- 
Spore (Td " 20 De 1843 un^ in'the campaign on \i.e Sutlej in 1^|,6 (Medal,, including 
[Kattles of Buddiwal and Aliwal, at which last he was severely wounded by a rnn.ket sl.ot 
«hiKfchar"in-rS. the Squadr. n he commanded a large body o iniantry w.th three guns m 
£;:4Sn?::ml Which he like Uirough and dispersed, beh.g t e ast r. .. en.ny s ..^ry 




'"Ss'dc^ f^rcS^^w.^ ed ^iih^lie 4lst in the Burmese waFin 1824-25 (Medal ). 

S Colon Mis served with the 2Gth throughout the China expedition < Medal and was 
present at the ti.-=t capture of CImsan, the operations before Canton Irom the 24th to the 3Ut 
Mav 1841 at Woosung. Shanghae, Chin Kiang Foo, and Nanking. .k k • i.. 

France in 18?S a, d 1810.^ He was on. of the only five officers out o, :uj who n.arc hed w,th 
l!u r!Si.mnttoPa.i,,34 having fallen, killed or woun led, in the b.ttles o ti .a.re Hia. a-.d 
Waterloo Embirked to join the 2nd battalion i.i the Kast Indies, and served with the ai^y in 
le Deccan tl?e campaigus of 1817. 18. and 19, including the pun,u.t of the Nagporc Rajah. 



58c ^ar Services of the Colonels. 

battle of Xagpore, and other minor actions and skirmishes. Served with Sir John Doveton's 
force in pursuit of the Peishwa; at tlie siege of Asseerghur in 1819, and commanded the leading 
company at the assault. Served afterwards in the West Indies and Turkey. Has the Indian War 
Mtdal with Clasp for Natrpore. 

142 Colonel Faunce commanded the Light Company of the 4th Regt. at the recapture of the 
Fort of Nepaunee on the '21st Ftb. 1841. 

143 Colonel Prior served in the Peninsula with the 11th Dragoons, and was present at the 
battle of Salamanca, and various outpost affairs. Served also the campaign of 1815 ; commanded 
the skirmishes of the 18Lh Hussars on the 17th June, and received the first fire of the French 
army ou tliat day ; present also at the battle of Waterloo and capture of Paris. He has received 
the \Var Medal with one Clasp for Salamanca. 

144 Colonel Mayow served the Eastern Campaign of 1854-55, first as a Brigade-Major and 
afterwards as Assistant Quartermaster-General to the Cavalry Division, including the battles of 
the Alma, Balaldava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, Kuight of the 
Letrion of Honor, Sardinian Medal, and 4th Class of the Medjidio). 

i45 Colonel Parke served in the Crimean campaign from 13th June 1855, in command of 
the 72nd Highlanders from July, including the expedition to Kertuh. siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol, and assaults of 18th June and 8th Sept. (Medal and Clasp, Kuight of the Legion of 
Honor, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served in India in 1857-59, was 
appointed 1st Class Brigadier and commanded 2nd Brigade of the Rajpootanah field force 
from March 185S to July 1859, including the siege and fall of Kotah, on whiih occasion he 
commanded the leading column of assault; subsequently throughout the operations in Central 
India in 1858-59, and pursuit of the rebel forces under Tantia Topee and Kao Sahib, who were 
attacked and defeated at Ood»ypore in Dec. 1858 by the 2nd Brigade R. F. Eorce. (Received 
the thanks of the Governor General of India and of the Governor in Council of Bombay; 
Aide de Camp to the Queen, and Colonel, CB., Medal and Clasp). 

146 Colonel Bourchier served in France with tlie army under the Duke of Wellington from 
1815 to 1818; and in Canada during the insurrection in 1838 and 39, and was employed at 
Prescot, under Colonel Young, in organizing the Militia of that section of the Province. 

147 Colonel Lloyd served the campaign of 1815 and was present at the battle of Waterloo 
taking of Carabray, and capture of Paris. Served one campaign latter part of 1826 against 
the Rajah of Kolapore. Also the campaign in the Southern Mahratta Country in 1844 (includ- 
ing the storming of Punella), and that in the Concan in 1845. 

148 Colonel Congdon served with the R. M. Battalion on the north coast of Spain during the 
Carlist War. Served with the expedition to the Baltic in 1855 (Medal). 

149 Colonel Deverell served the Deccan campaigns of 1816, 17, and 18; in the Persian Gulf 
in 1819 and 20, including the capture of the Arab fortresses of Ras-el-Khyma and Zjah; and 
in the Burmese war from Nov. 1825 until the peace in 1826, including the capture of Donabew, 
attacks on the height near Prome, of Maloon, and of several stockades. 

151 Colonel the Hon. J. W. B. Macdonald served tlie Eastern campaign of 1854 as Aide 
de Camp to the Duke of Cambridge, including the battles of Alma (horse shot), Balaklava, and 
Inkerman (horse shot), siege of Sebastopol and sortie of 26th October (Medal and Clasps, CJB., 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

162 Colonel Blane served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Assistant Adjutant General, 
and subsequently as Military Secretary, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, 
and siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, Kuight of the Legion of Honor, Commander 
2ud Class of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

1.53 Colonel Fordyce served tlie Eastern cainjiaign of 1854-55 with the 47th Regi;., in- 
cluding the battles of Alma (contusion of left foot) and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, 
siege of Sebastopol, and sortie of 26th Oct. 54 (Medal and Clasps, Brevet Lt.Colonel, 
CjU., and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

154 Colonel Whimper served with the 98th Regt. on the China expedition (Medal) and 
was present at the capture of Chin-kiang-foo. Served with the 55th Regt. in the Eastern 
campaign of 1854, including the battle of Alma — severely wounded and horse killed (Medal 
and Clasp, Brevet Lt.Colont-l, and 5th Class of the Meojidie). 

155 Colonel Ramsay served with the 49th Regt. in China, (Medal) and was present at 
Amoy, Chusan, Chiuhae, Ningpo, Segoan, Woosung, Chin-kiang-foo, and Nankin. 

156 Colonel Fosbroko was employed on shore against the natives in New Zealand in 
1846. Served with the R. ISL Battalion at the bombardment and surrender of the forts of 
Bomarsund in Aug. 1854. Served with the expedition to the Baltic in 1855, and was landed 
to destroy a telegraph station (Medal). 

157 Colonel Bourke sirv'd with the 17th Regt. the campaign in Affghanistan of 1838-39, 
under Lord Keane, imUuding the storm and capture of Ghuzuee (Medal) and of Khelat. 
Servid also at the siege of Sebastopol from Dec. 1854 to Feb. 1855 (Medal and Clasp, and 5th 
Class of the Medjidie). 

15S Colonel Erskine served with the 33rd Regt. in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, 
including the battle of Inkerman and siege of Sebastopol; he commanded the picquets of the 
Light Division on the 14th Got. 1854, when they repulsed the attack made on them by the 
enemy (M'-dal and two Clasps Brev«;t Lt.Colonel, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

159 Colonel Shewen was employed during the whole of the campaign on the coast of Syria. 
includintr the ctorming and cipiure of Sirton, surrender ot B.yrout, and Dombardmeut and fall 
of St. Jcftn d'Acre; Eorved also with the buttitlion at the camp at D'Jouni (War Medal and 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 



War Services of the Colonels . 58rf 

ICO Colonel Ilallewell served tlie Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as D. A. Q. M. G. to 

the Liji;bt Division, inclu.lin^j the bullies of Alum and Inkcrman, and siege of Sebastopol 

(M.-ilal anil Cla^sps, Hrevets of Major and Lt.Colou.l, l\.uiL;lit of the Legion of Honor, and 5ih 

Cluss of tho Med, idle). 

161 Colonel Campbell served with the 77th Ui'gt. in the Peninsula from Aug. 1812 to 
the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the blockade of Jixjonne and repulse of the 
sortie. Served with the 30ih Kegt. at the siege of Sebastopol in 18.w, and was wounded at 
the assault on the Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal and Clasp, and oth Class of the Mt-djidie). 






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75 War Services of the Lieutenant Colonels. 

1 Lieut.ColonelBurerwas employed in 1800 with an Austrian Corps d'Armee, and frequently 
eno-a^ed before the enemv, especially at Kloster Eberach. In 1801 he served the Esryptian cam- 
paT"^ and was cnsaL'ed on the 17th and 21st Aug. in driving the enemy into Alexandria. In 1807 
he accnii.panied Sh- Harry Burrard as Aide-de-Camp on the expedition to the Baltic, and was 
frequently enuagcd bffore Copenhagen on outpost duties, and present at its siege and capture. In 
180S lie served hi Portugal, and was present with the 71st at tlie battles of Roleia and Vimiera. 
In 1809 he was employed as Deputy-Assistant-Adjutant-General with tlie Walcheren expedition, 
and was present at the siege and taking of Flushing and Ter Yere. In March 1811 he embarked 
with two companies of the 71st for Portugal, and remained with the Regiment in the Peninsula 
until Jan. 1813, and was present with the covering Divi?ion before Badajoz in 1811, and in April 
1812 ; also at Arroyo de Molino and Almaraz. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps 
for Egvi't, Roleia, and Yimiera. 

.", Lieut.Colonel Oates, during eight years; active service in the West Indies, wis frequently 
engaged with the enemy, and twice severely wounded, viz. in the right side by a musket-ball at 
Cote'do For, and in tht'left ankle in an attack n:aT Port au Prince. Served also five years in 
the East Indies and in Egypt, and crossed the Desert under Sir David Biird. With the expe- 
dition to S'juth America in 1807. Subsequently throughout the whole of the Peninsular war, 
including the batiks of Talavera (severely wounded on the head by the bursting of a shell), 
Busaco. and Futntes d"Onor ; 2nd and 3rd sieges of Badajoz,— severely wounded at the storming 
of Fort Picurina ; battles of VittoriM, Nivelle. and Orthes,— severely wounfied through the right 
thigh. He has a G'lld Medal for services in Egypt ; and the Silver War Medal with ten Clasps. 

5 Lieut.Colonel Whelan served in the American war with the Royal NewfounoLnd Ftncibles. 

7 Lieut.Colonel Noi th servf d with the 7th Fusiliers, on the expedition against Copenhagen, 
in 1807. With the 2rid Battalion of the 14th, on the expedition ui der Sir David Baird, and was 
in the retreat of Sir John Moore's army, and at the battle of Corunna, for which he has received 
the M"ar Mtdal with one Clasp. Accompanied the Battalion to Walcheren, and was present at 
the siege of Flushing. 

8 Lieut.Colonel Spedding served in the Peninsula with the 4th Dragoons, and was present 
at the battles of Talavera, Busaco, Albuhera, and Salamanca (for which he has received the War 
Medal with four Clasps) ; actions of Campo Mayor, Los Santos, and Usagre, besides otiier affairs. 

9 Lieut.Colonel Coryton served at the passage of the Dardanelles in 1807, and has re- 
ceived the War Medal with one Clasp. 

1.5 Lord A. C. FitzRoy served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, with the Coldstream Guards, 
including the siege of Sebastopol, and battles of Balaklava and Inkerman — severely wounded 
(Medal and Clasps, Sardinian Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

16 Lieut.Colonel Goate's service.?: — Expedition to Germany in 1805 under Lord Cathcart ; 
storming the heights of Soril, siege of Fort Bourbon and capture of Martinique in 1809 ; Nepaul 
war in 1815, and was engaged on the heights of Muckwanpore 15th Dec. ; capture of Hattrass 
in 1816; Mahratta and Pindaree campaigns of 1817 and 18 ; Burmese war in 1825 and 26. 

17 Lt. Colonel Elrington served in the Peninsula in 1811 and 1812 in a confidential and active 
capacity under Lord Hill. 

18 Lieut.Colonel Aubin served in the Peninsula with the 57th Regt. from Nov. 1811 to the end 
of the war, including covering second siege of Badajoz, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees (25th, 
28th, 30th, and 31st July, and capture of the whole of the enemy's convoy iutenderl for the relief 
of Pampeluna), Nivelle, Nive,9th to 13th Dec. 1813, Hellette, Espalette, Garris, Orthes, Ayres, 
Couchez ( severely w-ounded through Itft side when in command of Light Company), besides 
many other minor actions and skirmishes. Served subsequently in the American war. Also at 
the capture of Paris, and with the Army of Occupation in France. He has received the War 
Medal with five Clasps. 

19 Lieut.Colonel Clements served at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806; subse- 
quently on the expedition to South America ; the campaign of 1808-9 in Spain, and extra Aide-de- 
Camp to Sir John Moore at the battle of Corunna. On the expedition to Walcheren in 1809 ; the 
Peninsular campaigns from 1810 to 1814, including Cavares and Merina, Salamanca, Begar, Yittoria, 
Valley of Bastan, and the Pyrenees. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps for Co- 
runna, Vittoria, and Pyrenees. 

20 Lieut.Colonel Willats served in the Peninsula from 1812 to the end of the war, including 
the siege and storming of Ciudad Rodriuo, siege and storming of Badajoz from 19th Jan. to 6th 
April 1812 ; operations near and blockade of Baj'onne. He has the War Medal with two Clasps. 

22 Lieut.Colonel Handcock accompanied the expedition to Hanover in 1805 ; joined the army 
in Sicily in 1800, and was employed with its various operations from 1806 to 1810 ; went with the 
expedition to Naples, and was present at the capture of Ischia and Procida; returned to Sicily 
and employed against the French army in 1811. Served in Spain during 1812 and 13, including 
the battle of Ca-stalla, siege of Tarragona, and affair of Villa Franca. Also the campaign of 1815, 
and was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

23 Lt. Colonel Fred. Wright served at the capture of Madeira in 1808 ; and the campaign in the 
Peninsula, under Sir John Moore in 1808-9, and has the War Medal with one Clasp for Corunna. 

24 Lieut.Colonel Barou served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814.' 

25 Lieut.Colonel Colehrooke served on the expedition to Walcheren in 1809. 

26 Lieut.Colonel Bonamy served in the Peninsula with the 6th from Sept. 1813 to June 1814, 
including the battles of Nivelle, Nive, 9th, 10th, and 11th Dec, and Orthes. He has received 
the War Medal with two Clasps. 

27 Lt.Col. Manners Eencd in the Peninsula with the 59th from Aug. 1812 to May 1814, in- 
eluding the battle of Vittoria, siege and storming of San Sebastian in Aug. 1813, battla of the 



War Services of the Lieutenant Colonels. 76 

iVive on Ihc 9tli, lOlh, nnd lltli December 181:}. Wouiukd at tiie storming of Bhuitporo on the 
18th January 18*20. lie iia^ roceived the War Medal with tliree Clasps. 

'-'!) Lt.(.\>loiiel Isaac Uiiliardson served in the I'enlnsula with the 11th from Aug. 1809 to Oct, 
1814, including,' the battle of Bu.saeo, the subsequent retreat of tiie army to the lines before Lisbon', 
tiie ailvaiice and pursuit of tlie enemy wiien they broke up from Saiitarom, blockade of Almeida 
and battle of Fueiites d'Onor. lie has received the War Medal with one Clasj) for Busaco. 

30 Lieut. Colonel Jackson served in tlie Peninsula from Dec. 18110 to 1814, and was severely 
wounded tlirouj,'h the left breast and in botii arms at the battle of Albuiiera. Served subsequently 
In the American war. He has received the War Medal willi one Clasp. 

31 Lieut. Colonel Robertson served with the expedition to Walcheren in 1809, nnd was present 
at the siege of Flushing. Also at the taking of the Kandian country, in Ceylon, under Sir 
HoluTt Brownrigg. 

32 Lieut. Colonel Warburton served the Nopaul campaigns of 1817 and 18, and subsequently 
in the Deccan, including tlie capture of the Forts of Rliygluir and Asseerghnr. 

3ii Lieut.Colonel Lynch served at the siege of Flushing. At Malta and the Tonian Islands 
under Lord \Vm. Benlinck. At Genoa and in the south of France in 1814. At the siege and 
capture of Bhurtpore, and was wounded at the assault 18th Jan. IS'JG (Meffai). 

34 Lieut.Colonel Boyd was employed in the Peninsula and south of France from March 1812to 
the end of that war in 1814. and was present at the siege and storminu of Badajoz, siege of Bur^ios 
battles of the Nivelle and Nive, passage of the Adour, where he was actively employed in laying 
down the bri'lge of boats ; investment of Bayonne, affairs of Vic Bigorre and Tarbcs, and battle 
of Toulouse, at which last he was wounded on the hip by a 1-2-pound shot; and he was wounded 
in the thigii iit the storming of Badajoz. He has received the Silver War Medal with four Clasps. 

37 Lit'ut. Colonel Pascoe served in the Peninsula and France from Aug. 1809 to Feb. 1814, in- 
cluding the battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nive, passage of the Bidassoa, and other 
operations; sieges of Badajoz (first siege). Forts of Salamanca, Burgos, and San Sebastian. 
..\j"my of Occupation from 1815 to 1818. He has received the War Medal with seven Clasps. 

38 Lieut.Colonel Spiller served at Walcheren, and was present at the siege of Flushing, and 
the attack and capture of Ter Vere. 

39 Lt.Coloncl Newman served with the 14th at the siege and storming of Bhurtpore in 1825-6. 

40 Lieut.Colonel Alex. Campbell served the campaign of 1814, in the south of France, in- 
cluding the investment of Bayonne. Served also throughout the Burmese war (Medal). 

41 Lieut.Colonel Poyntz served in the Peninsula as a volunteer with the 30th, from February 
to November 1811, including the occupation of the Lines at Torres Vedras, pursuit of Massena', 
actions of Sabugal, Almeida, and Barba del Puerco, and battle of Fuentes d'Onor, for which he 
has received tlie War ^Medal with one Clasp. 

42 Lieut.Colonel Greenwood served on the China expedition (Medal). 

43 Lieut.Colonel F. Smith Hamilton served in the China expedition in 1842 (Medal), and 
was present at the assault at the camp at Sagahon. 

44 Lieut.Colonel Lynn is a Knight of Charles the Third, First Class of St. Fernando, and 
Commander of Isabella the Catholic, of Spain. 

45 Lieut.Colonel Kenny served in the Peninsula, from June 181.3, to the end of the war, in- 
cluding the action at Osma, battle of Vittoria, siege and capture of San Sebastian, passage of the 
Bidassoa (severely wounded above the left hip) ; St. Jean de Luz, and the series of actions between 
the 9th and 13th Dec. 1813 in front of the intrenched camj) near Bayonne. Served also in Ara, 
and was present in most of the operations throughout the war. He has received the War Medal 
and three Clasps for Vittoria, San Sebastian, and Nivelle. 

46 Lieut.Colonel O'Grady was present with the 62nd in the opei'ations in 1814 against the 
French in retreat from Leghorn, including the affairs of Savona and Spczzia, forcing their positions 
on the heights of Neroi, and capture of (lenoa. In the same year he served in the American war, 
and was present at the capture of Castine. He served with thc4dth at the capture of Coorg in the 
Fast Indies in 1834 ; in command of the left wing of the Queen's Royals, during the campaign of 
1844-5, in the Southern Concan and Sawant M'arree country, including the investment and cap- 
ture of the Forts of Mouohur and Munsuntosh ; and on particular service in the Kaffir war (South 
of Africa ) during part of 1 846-7 ( Medal ). 

47 Lieut. Colonel L'Estrange served the campaign of 1815 with the 71st Regiment, and was 
piesent at the battle of Waterloo. 

48 Lieut.Colonel Bender served in Canada from Dec. 1808, to Jan. 1815, and was present in the 
action of Maguaga, taking of Detroit, taking several Block-houses on the Miamie River, actions 
at the river Raisin and Miamie, storming of Sanduskey and Fort Niagara, engagement of 2nd 
Jan. 1814, actions at Black Rock and at Buffalo. He has received the War Medal and one Clasp 
for Fort Detroit. 

49 Lieut.Colonel Atkin served with the 2nd Light Infantry of the King's German Legion at 
Walcheren in 1809, nnd in the Peniiisu'a. fr( m Die. 1810 to the end of that war in 1814, including 
the attack on Guard* Heights, battle of Albubtra,sirges of OHvphcp, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, 
and Ions at Sulainani a, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid and the Retiro, si( ge ot Burgos 
and covering ihe retreat from thence, when the two Light Infantry Balialii.>iis of the German 
L( gion repulsed a large hofly ot French cavalry ; battle of Viltt ria, actifm at Tolosa, sirge of 
San Stbastian, actions in thn Pyrenees, patsage of the Bidjissoa (wounded), battles of Nivelle 
and Nive, investment of Bayonne (wounded) and repulse of the sortie, besides various minor 
afiairs. Present also at the capture of Paris in 1815. He has the ^\ ar Medal and six Clasps. 

50 Lieut.Colonel Norman served in the Peninsula, and has received the War Medal with 



77 War Services of the Lieutenant Colonels. 

two Clasps for the battles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees ; and he was severely wounded and 
taken prisoner in the Maya Pass. . -,cr.-, ■ ^ ^ 

51 Lieut.Colonel Mackay served with the Slst Fusiliers tlie campaign of 1807 in Egypt, 
Made prisoner of war in iin engagement with the enemy in Calabria I6th June 1809, and 
detained as such until 14th May 1814. Present at New Orleans, 8th Jan. 1815. 

52 Lieut.Colonel John Bolton served the Mahratta campaignsof 1817 and 18, and was present 
at the siege of Rhyghur. 

53 Lieut.Colonel Barnes served at the capture of Fort Anjar in Cutch 25th Dee. 1815; the 
Mahratta cainpaisins of 1817-18; escalade of the Fort of Bhooj in Cufch, March 1819; siege 
of Ras-el-Kymali'^and Zyah in Arabia, Dec. 1819; escalade of Dwarka Okamandel, Dec. 1820; 
action of Beni-Boo-Ally in Arabia, March 1821. 

54 Lieut.Colonel Riley was in an engagement with a Frencli squadron in the Mozambique 
Channel 3rd July 1810 ; served tlie Nepaul campai^jn of 1814 and 15. 

55 Lieut. Coloiiol Fvnmore, previously to entering the Royal Marines, served several years as 
Midshipman in the jVavy, and was at tlie battle of Trafalgar and at Buenos Ayres in 1807. In 
1809-10 he served in tiio Great Belt in command of a gun-boat employed in the protection of oiu- 
convoys, and was engaged with the enemy's gun and row-boats. Oa the night of the 1st of Aug. 
1810 cut out three merchant vessels under a heavy tire of field-pieces and musketry. Six weeks 
detached from H. M. S. Vanguard the same year, to intercept the communication between the 
Port of Rostock and Wismar ; assisted at the capture of a convoy of five sail, and drove on shore 
and destroyed an armed row-boat. In 1816 he served at Algiers ; and in 1821, 22, and 23, in the 
■\Vest Indies, and was engaged with piratical vessels on tl le coast of Cuba, five of which were captured . 
Has received the War Medal with two Clasps for Trafalgar and Algii rs. 

56 Lieut.Colonel Newhouse served in the Light Division of the Deccan Army in the Mah- 
rattiwarof 1817 and 1818, as extra Aide-de-Camp to Sir Lionel Smith, and commanded a Rassela 
of the Poona Auxiliary Cavalry, and was wounded at the action of the 31st Jan. 1818. Served 
also in two expeditions to Cutch, the first in 1819, under Sir William Kier Grant, in which he 
volunteered with the Grenadier Company df the 65th in the storming of th« Hill Fort of Bhooj, 
which was taken by escalade: in the second in 1820 with the right wing of the 65th, with the 
force under Colonel the Honourable Lincjln Stanhope. He served likewise on two expeditions 
to theGulf of Persia— the first in 1819 under Sir W. K. Grant, and the second in 1821, under Sir 
Lionel Smith; and he was present at the battle and taking of Poonah in 1817, for which he has 
a MedaL 

58 Lieut.Colonel Howorth was actively employed in Canada daring the Rebellion in 1837-8-9; 
he served also in the Kaffir campaign in 1846 (Mtdal). 

59 Lieut.Colonel Tudor served with the 38th Regt. throughout the Burmese war (Medal). 

67 Lieut.Colonal Hawkins served with the 1st; Battalion Koyals the Eastern campaign of 
1854 and up to 3rd July 1855, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, Brevet Lieut.Colonel, and 5tb Class of the Medjidie). 

68 Lieut.Colonel Peel served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affair of Bulganak, 
battle of Alma and Tchernaya, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, Brevet Lieut.Colonel, 
and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

69 Lieut.Colonel Beaufoy served with the 1st Battalion 27th Regt. in Sicily in 1810; after- 
wards on the eastern coast of Spain from 1812 to 1814, and was present at the battle of Castalla 
(contused), taking of Alcoy, battle of Villa Franca, and siege of Tarragona. After the con- 
clusion of the Peninsular War he embarked with llie Army for North America, and was present 
at the battle of Plattsburg. In 1819 he embarked for the East Indies, and served afterwards as 
an acting engineer at Sliolaporc. He served alsD in Canada during the rebellion. 

70 Lieiit-Colonel J. C. Micpherson served the Eastern campaign of 1854 with the 42nd 
Highlanders, including the battle of Alma and siege of Sebastopol (M«^dal and two Clasps). 

72 Lieut.Colonel Lardner served with the 47th Regt. in the Burmese war from Dec. 1824 
until peace was proclaimed (Medal); also in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopcd (Medrd and three Clasps). 

73 Lieut.Colonel Adamson served with the 38th Regt. throughout the Eastern campaign of 
1854 and up to the 25th Jan. 1855, including the battle of Alma and siege of Sebastopol, 
and commanded in the 2nd parallel cf the Left Attack during its construction wlien a Russian 
party attacked it and were repulsed — acted as Major of his Regiment, during ten months of the 
Eastern expedition (Medal and Clasps for Alini, Inkerman, and Sebastopol). 

74 Lieut.Colonel Herbert served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles in 
the Crimea and sii-ge of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and 5th 
Class of the Medjidie). 

70 Lieut.Colonel Wakefield served with the 40th Regt. in Lower and Upper Scinde in 1839 
and 40. He commanded the Grenadier Company during the whole of the operations in Can- 
daliar and in AfTghanistan in 1841 and 42, and has received the Medal for Candahar, Ghuznee 
and Cabool. He was also present in the action of Maharajpoie, and has received the Bronze 
Star. Served also tlie Eastern campaign of 1854, including tiie battle of the Alma and siege of 
Sel)astopoi (Medal and Ciasjis). 

77 Lieut.Colonel Shuckburgli served witii the 40th Regt. in the Peninsula, from 181 1 to the 
end of that war in 1814, and was present at the battle of Vittoria, tlie blockade of Pampeluna 
from 3rd to 15th July ; skirmishes from Roiicesvalles to Pampeluna on the 25th and 26th July ; 
attacks on the heigiits of Soraurcn on the 28th and 30th July ; action of Irun, action of Vera on 
tlie 7tli Oct., battles of the Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse, besides various minor actions and 
■kirmishes. He has received the War Medal with six Clasps. 



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^8 Lt. Colonel Jas. RichnrcUoii served as Adjt. of the Royals in the first Burmese war (Medal). 
7'J Liout.Coluntl Cockcruft sorveJ witli the iiStli Hcb't. in the cxj)oditi'ju ajjainst Kawiti's 
I'ah at Riiupekapeka in New Zealand. 

(JO Lieut.Coloiiel Jennings served with the 13ih Rcgt. throughout the caini)ai;,Mis in AfTglian- 
istan from 18:18 to 184-2 inelusivc, and was i)rcsent at the storm and eapture of (liiuznee (.Medal), 
a.s>ault and eapture of tiie town and forts of Tootumdurrah, storm of Jlioolghur, night attaek at 
Dabiio Koosh Uluir, destruction of Kiiardurrah, assault of Peiwaudurrali, storming of the 
Klioord C'abonl Pass, affair of Tezeen, forcing the Jugdulluck Pass, reduction of the fort of 
Mamoo Kiiail, iieroic defence of Jellalabad and sorties on the 14th Nov. and 1st Dec. 1841, llth 
March, '24th March, and Ist April 184'2 ; general action and defeat of Akbar Khan before Jtl- 
alabad (Medjl), storming tlie heights of Jugdulluck, general action of Tezeen, and recapture of 
Cabool (Medal). \\'us severely wounded retiring into Jugdulluck with ilie rcar-guiird, l2Uth Oct. 
1641, and slightly wounded in the general action before Jellalabad, 7th April 1H4'2. 

83 Lieut.Coloucl Andrews served with the 28th Rcgt. at the siege of Sebastopol in 18o4 
(Medal and Clasp). 

84 I.t. Colonel Crawley served with the 20tli Rcgt. at the siege of Sehastopol (Medal and Clasp). 
87 Lieut.Colonel M'Call served the Eistern campaign of 1854 55, including the battles of 

Alma and Balaklava, expedition to Kertch and Yenikale, siege and fall of Sebastupol, and 
assaults of the 18th June and 8th Sept. (Medal and three Clasps, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Knight 
of the L"gion of Honor, and 5th Class of the !SIedjidie). 

83 Lieut.Colonel Hugh Smith was f resent with the BufTs at the battle of Panniar (Medal). 
Servid the KatVir war of lb50-53 as Aide do Camp to Sir Harry Smith, and subsequently to 
Maj'jr-Gen. Yorke, and was present with various patrols and expeditions (Medal). Was se- 
lected by Sir George Cathcart as one of his Divisional Staff OHicors when proceeding to the 
East, and served as D.A.C^. ^[.G. to the 4th Division at the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and 
Inkerman; was then appui/ited Assist. Aljutant General to the Division, and served as such at 
the siege and fall of Sebast/pol and at the attacks of the Redan on the 18[h June and 8th 
Sept. (Medal and Clasps, Brevet of IMajor and of Lieut.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of 
Honor, Sardinian Medal, and 5tli Class of the Medjidie). Was senior slatf officer at the cap- 
ture of Kinbourn. 

8'J Lieut.Colonel Thackwell served with the 22nd in the campaign in Scinde and was pre- 
sent at the battle of Hyderabad (Modal). Also the campaign of 1844-45 in the Southern 
Mahratta country, including the investment and capture of forts Panulla and Pownghur. 
SkTved the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Brigade Major to 1st Brigade 2nd Division — in- 
cluding the battles of Alma and Inkerman (horse shot), siege of Sebastopcd and repulse of the 
sortie on ititli October. On 4th August 1855 he was appointed Assist. Adjutant-General to 
the 3rd Division and served with it until broken up in April 1856. He has received the Medal 
and three Clasps, the brevet rank of Major and of Lieut.Colonel, is a Knight of the Legion 
of Honor, has the Sardinian Medal, and 5iii Class of the Medjidie). 

90 Lieut. Ccdonel Fortescue served the Eastern campaign of 1854-o5, including the affairs 
of Bulganac and M'Keuzie's Farm, battles of Alma, (horse killed), Balaklava, and Inkerman, 
capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, Brevets of JMajor and 
Lt.Col., Sardinian Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

'Jl Lt. Colonel Morris served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, commanded a Field Battery 
at the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman, and repulse of the sortie on the itlth October 1854. 
Was attached from April to Nov. 1855 as Military Commis-sioncr to the ind Corps of the French 
Army, and assisted at the carrying of the Lines of Tchernaya 25th May, the assault and capture 
of the Mamelon, and of the Malakoff; on the personal Staff of General Hosquet who commanded 
on these occasions, and was especially named by the General in official Dispatches. Was appointed 
an Assist. Adj. General in Nov. 1855, and attached to General Windham, Cliief ofthe Staff' (Medal 
and Clasps, CB., Brevets of Major and Lt.Col., Officer ofthe Legion of Honor, Sardinian .Medul, 
and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

92 Lieut.Colonel Shadivell served with the 98th on the China expedition iii 184*2 (Jledal), 
and was present at the attack and capture of Chin Kiang Foo, and at the investment of Nankin. 
He served as extra Aide-de-Camp to Sir Colin Cainitbell at the battles of Chillianwallah and 
Goojer.it (Medal and two Clasps). Served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Aide-dc-Camp to 
Sir Colin, Including the battles of the Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sar- 
dinian Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

93 Lt.Colonel Carniichael served with the 32nd Regt. at the first and second siege operations 
before Moolian, and was at the action of Soorjkoond ; led the right column of attack at the 
storm and capture of the city of Moidtan (wounded), and was present at the surrender of the 
fortress, as also at the surrender of the fort and garrison of Cheniote, and at tfie battle of Goo- 
jerat (Medal and Cla>ps). Cominandeil the Regt. in the Indian campaign at the atta k and 
capture of tlie forts of Dehaign and Tyrhool under Brigadier Berkeley; again at the action of 
Daodjiore and defeat of the Nusseerabad Mutifieers under Brigadier Horsford, and was thanked 
in that officer's despatch " for tlie able manner in which he commanded the Infantry." Served 
the campaign for the reduction of Oude, — commanded a movealtle column, which, acting under 
the oiders of and in conjunction with Lord Clyde's force, was sent in pur.^nit ol" the re el thief 
Beni Maddoo, to drive turn and his troops across the r.ver Gogra, which object the column suc- 
cessfully accomplished — mentioned in Lord Clyde's despatch as "' distinguished for the decision 
and celerity of his movements" {CB,, Medal). 

94 Lt.Colouel Whitmore served the Ea«terii campaign of 1854 as Aide de Camp to Sir George 

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79 War Services of the Lieutenant Colonels. 

Brown, including the battles of the Alma (horse shot) and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and 5th Class of the Medjidie.) 

95 Lieut.Colonel Gardiner served with the 22nd Regiment throughout the operations in 
Scinde under Sir Charles Napier, including the destruction of the Fort of Imaumghur, and 
battles of Meeanee and Hyderabad (Medal). 

96 Lieut.Colonel Thomas served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp, Sardinian Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

97 Lieut.Colonel Higginbotham served with the 63rd Regt. at the siege of Sebastopol in 
1855, and was severely wounded in the trenches (iiledal and Clasp). 

98 Lieut.Colonel Stock served with the 10th in the Sutle) campaign of 1845-6, and was 
present in the battle of Sobraon (Medal). He served also in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, 
and was present during the whole of the siege operations before Mooltan, including the affair 
of the 9th Sept., storming the enemy's strongly-entrenched position before Mooltan on 12th 
Sept. (in the latter part of which he commanded the RegL), action of Soorjkoond, carrying the 
heights before Mooltan, and surrender of the fortress; was afterwards present at the battle of 
Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

99 Lieut.Colonel Hart when commanding at Templemore received on the 8th July 1856 
a despatch from the magistrates at Kenagh reporting that a serious outbreak had taken place 
on the part of the men of the North Tipperary Militia, who, being in a high state of mutiny, had 
overpowered their officers, seized upon the ammunition magazine, stormed the police barracks, 
taken possession and control of the tov^n, in which they were firing shots and committing other 
outrages. Without a moment's hesitation— time not admitting of a reference to head quarters 
for instructions— he assembled his available force to the number of 574 of all ranks, and with 
these made a forced march of 23 miles in less than five hours — reaching Nenagh about six hours 
before the arrival of any other succour — and thus saved the town from being sacked. For his 
services in quelling this mutiny Major-General Eden commanding Kilkenny District expressed 
"approbation of the promptness with which he proceeded to Nenagh and of his judgment in 
taking so good a force;" Lord Seaton commanding the forces in Ireland requested that "his 
thanks may be conveyed to Lieut.-Colonel Hart for the promptitude with which be moved the 
Depots under his command to Nenagh, and further judicious control and forbearance with 
tvhich he acted while in presence of the armed and infuriated insurgents ;" and Major-General 
Sir James Chatterton recorded his "thanks and approbation of the steadiness, zeal, and good 
conduct of the oificers and men evinced when employed at the late unfortunate conflict at 
Nenagh under the command of Lieut.-Colonel Hart, to whom Sir James Chatterton especially 
feels much indebted for the ability, activity, and intelligence there manifested." 

100 Lieut.Colonel Willis served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, with the 77th 
Regt. until AprU 1855, after vvhich as D. A. Q, M. Gen. at Head Quarters, was present at the 
battle of Alma, surrender of Balaklava Castle, battle of Inkerman, assault of the Quarries, 
attack of the Redan on 18th June, battle of Tchernaya, final assault of tlie Redan on 8th 
Sept., and during seven months in the trenches, including the repulse of three night sorties 
(Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lieut.Colonel, Kniglitof the Legion of Honor, 
Sardinian Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidip). 

101 Lieut.Colonel d' Alton served in the "83rd during the suppression of the Insurrection in 
Lower Canada in 1837 ; also in repelling the attacks of the American Brigands who lauded 
near Prescott. Upper Canada, in 1838. 

102 Lieut.Colonel Byrne served with the 2nd Battalion of the Royals at the siege of Sebas- 
topol from 22nd April to 29th May 1855, and was wounded in the trenches (Medal and Clasp, 
Brevet Lt.Coionel, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

103 Lieut.Colonel ConoUy served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Brigade-Major to the Heayy 
Cavalry Brigade, including the battle of Balaklava and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

104 Lieut.Colonel Clifton served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Aide de Camp to the Duke 
of Cambridge, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inl<erman (wounded and horse shot), 
siece of Sebastopol, and sortie of 26th October (Medal and Clasps, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

105 Lieut.Colonel J. E. Lewis served with the 68th Light Infantry throughout the Eastern 
campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal and four Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Coionel, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

106 Lieut.Colonel Sibthorp served with the 1st Battalion 60th Rifles during the* Punjaub 
campaign of 1848-9 ( Medal and two Clasps); and was present at the second siege operations at 
Mooltan, including the siege and storm of the town (covering the advance of the storming 
parties), and capture of the citadel. Afterwards at the battle ol' Goojerat, the pursuit of the 
Seikh army, and the expulsion of the Affghan force beyond the Khyber Pass. Succeeded to 
the command of the Companies of the 60th Rifles that were engaged against the Hill Tribes in 
the expsdition to the Euzofzye country on the lltb Dec, and also on the 14th Dec. 1849, 
Served with the 97th Regt. at the siege of Sebastopol from 20th May 1855, and was with the 
ladder party at the assault on the Redan on the 1th Sept. — severely wounded (Medal and Clasp, 
Brevet of Major and Lt.Coionel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and 5ih Class of the Medjidie). 

106t Colonel Garden served with the 77th Regt., the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including 
the battlps of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fail of Ssbastopol (Medal and Clasps, Brevets of 
Major and Lt.Coionel, Kuight of the Legion of Honor, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

107 LieutColonel Edmund Roche served the campaign of 1838-39 in Beloochistan and 
Affghanistan as Aide de Camp, and at periods as Assist. Adjutant-General to Sir Joseph 
Thackwell.and was present at the storm and capture of Ghuznee, the occupation of Candahar 



JVar Services of the Lieutenant Colonels. 80 

and Gabool, and in several skirmishes. He served the cnmptiign of 1842 with Sir George 
Pollock's force in Attghanistnn, including tlie forcing of the Khyber Pass, relief of Jellalabad, 
and was StatT Officer to Colonel Taylor in the expedition against Lolpoora. Served as Assist. 
Quarter-Master-Genrral of the Cavalry Division of the Army of the Sutlej in 184(5, including 
the battle of Sobr:ion (charger wounded). For these services he has received three .Medals 
and the Hrevet rank of Major. 

108 Lieut.Colouel Liiinley served with tlio Slsf Itegt. in the Crimea from 22nd May to the 
end of June 1655, including the attack of the 18tli June (Medal and Clasp for Scbastopol). 

101) Lieut-Colonel Di)nelan commanded the Grenadiers of the 4$th Kogt. in the advance on 
the stockades ami capture of the Ooorg territory in tin- Kast Indies in April 1834, and was 
particularly m-ntioneU in the disp;itches for gallantry on that service. 

110 Lieut.Cohuul Ffrench served with the 2Gth Uegt. in China (Medal), and was at Chusan, 
Ningpo.Chapoo, Shanghai, Wousung,Chin-Kiang-Foo. and Nankin. Servedasa Urivade ^lajor 
in the Punjaub campaign in 1849, and was present at the battle of Goojerat (Medal and 
Clasp). 

HI Lieut. ColoneHV.H. P. Clarke served with the 47 th Regt. in the first Burmoso war with 
the 5;?rd on the Sutlej (Medal), and was present at Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon. Ho hag 
also the I'unjaub Mediil. 

112 Lt. Colonel Ouvry served the Ptinjaub campaign of 1848-9 with the 3rd tight Dragoons' 
and eommandf'd a squadron at the affair of Ramnuggur (horse shot undt.-r him); the passage 
of the Chenab at Wuzuerubad on the Ibt Doc. 1848, with the force under Sir Joseph Thack- 
well ; and at the action of Sadoolapore, and battles of Ctiillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal and 
twoClasps'i. Commanded 9lh Lancers before Delhi in 1857 uniil appointt.'das Aide rte Camp to 
Sir A. Wilson, whom he attended during the assault (received thanks of Governor General 
in Council, Brevet Lt.Col., and CB.). Alter the fall of Delhi commarided the Cavalry Brigade 
of the Moveable Column, including actions at Bolundshur, Allighur, and battle of Agra. 
Commanded the Force at the action of Kamj, and the Cavalry at the relief of Lucknow under 
Sir Colin Campbell (thanks of G<)vernor-(Teneral in Council). 

113 Lieut.Colonel Daly served with the 14th Regt at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore in 
1825-P, and was severely wounded at the assault — left leg amputated. 

114 Lieut.Colonel Alison served with the 72nd Highlanders the Eastern campaign of 1855, 
inchitliiig the expedition to Kcrtch, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and attack of the 18th June 
(Medal and Clasp, Brevet Major, and Turkish Medal). Served as Military Secretary to Lord 
Clyde in India during the campaign from August 1857 to March 1858,and was severely wounded 
(lost left arm) at the relief of Lucknow (Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal and Cla^p). 

115 Lieut.Colonel Hon. H. Clifford was at the battle of Boem Flaats in 1848, and served in 
the Kaffir war of 1852-53 (Medal). Also the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Aide-de-Camp 
to Major General Bullcr (^Icdal and Clasps, Brevet Major, Victoria Cross, Knight of the Legion 
of Honor, and 5tli Class of the Medjidie). 

116 Lieut.Colonel William Wood served in H.M.S. Niger of 30 guns at the capture of the 
French frigate La Ceres of 40 guns ; also, of the American privateer Vent, and the recapture of 
the English ship Adventure. 

117 Lieut.Colonel MacCarthy commaaded the 84th Regt. with Havelock's Column on its 
first advance on Lucknow, including the actions of Oonao and Buseerutgunge. 

1 1 8 Lt. Colonel Bruce served with the 2:3d Fusiliers at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from 
10th .\ug. 1855 (Medal and Clasp). Also in the Indian campaign in 18o7-58, including the relief 
of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at Cawnporc on 6th Dec, capture 
of Lucknow with attack on and occupation of the Iron Bridge from 11th to 14th March 1858 
(Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal and Clusp). 

Hi) Lieut.Colouel Luard serv.d in the Crimea in the 77th Regt. from March 1855, and on 
the Statf as Brigade Major to General Straubenzee and D. A. A. G. at Head Quarters from June 
1855 (Medal and Clasp, Brevet Major, Sardinian Medal, and 5lh Class of the Medjidie). Served 
in China as Brigade Major 2ud Brifjade in 1857-58, and mentioned in despatches as being the 
first person on the walls of Canton (Brevet Lt. Colonel). 

120 Lieut.Colonel Wheatstone served with the 45th Regt, in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 
(iledal, and" Brevet Major). 

121 Lieut. Colonel Maydwell served as Military Secretary to Sir Harry Smith in the Kaffir 
war of 18.50-53 (Mtdal, and Brevet Major). 

122 Lieut.Colonel Wolfe served with the 39th Regt. at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855, and 
at the assault of the Redan on the 18th June (Medal and Clasp, and 5th Class of the M<djidi(). 

123 Lieut. Colonel Miller volunteered and commanded the combined force (Eni.'li8h and 
Danish) during the insurrection at Tortola, W. I., in August 1853. On his arrival niartiid law 
was proclaimed, and enforced for a period of six weeks, the natives, amounting to 7000, having 
completely de.-troyed the town, and threatened the lives of the European inhabitants, who fled 
for refuge' to St. Thomas. He suppressed the rebellion, and restored the island to a state of 
order and tranquillity, and after re-establishing civil authority, received the thanks of the 
Protideiit and Council, and was most favourably reported to the Colonial Office. 

124 Lieut.Colonel Hardy served with the 58th Regiment in New Zealand, and wa.s present at 
the attack and repube of the hostile natives on the settlement and stockades of Wanganui, I'Jth 
May, and action of the Ulth July 1847. 

125 Lieut.Colonel Johnston served with the GGth Regiment in Canada, during tho rebellion in 
1837-38, and "a.s in the action of St. Charles. 

126 Lieut. Colonel Hon. J. J. Bourke served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, aa Aide de 

a 2 



81 War Services of the Lieutenant Colonels. 

Camp to Lord Wm. Paulet, and was present at the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of 
Stbastopol (Medal and Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

1-27 Lt.Coloncl MacGregor commanded the Light Company of the lOlh in the early part of 
the siege operations before Mooltau in 1848, including the repulse of tlie enemy's night attack 
uf>on the British camp at Muttee Thol, 17th August, and storming their strongly entrenched 
position before Mooltan, 12th September: severely wounded — left hand shattered by a musket 
shot (Medal and Clasp). 

128 Lt. Colonel Lucas, with the effective men of the wing of the 6th Regt. stationed at Aden, 
formed part of an expedition of 500 men under the command of Lt.Colonel Pennycuick, which 
destroved the Arab posts of Sheik Medi and Slieik Othman,and skirmished between those places 
on the" 6th Oct. 18-11. 

129 Lt.Colonel Carruthers served in the Peninsula with the 43rd Regiment during the cam- 
paigns of 1813 and 1814, and was present at the Nivelle, Bayonne, Nive, Tarbes, Tournefeuille, 
and Toulouse, and has received the War Medal with three Clasps. 

130 Lt.Colonel Bayues served in tlie Crimea from Nov. 1854 as Captain in the Jlounted 
Staff Corps, and aiterwards as Military Magistrate of the Army (Medal and Clasp, 5th Class of 
the Medjidie, and Hrevet of Major). Served in India during the Mutiny, and commanded the force 
consisting of 2 guns Horse Artillery, 150 men of 8th Kegt., and a detachment of Punjaub Cavalry, 
which surprised the garrison and secured the fort and magazine of Phillour, on the Sutlcj, 12 
and 13th May 1857. Served with the 8th Regt. at the siege of Delhi, and was dangerously 
wounded at the assault of liie city, leg amputated (Brevet of Lieut. Colonel, Medal and Clasp). 

131 Lt.Colonel Yonge served the Punjaub campaign of 1849, and wa-j present during the 
second siege operations at Mooltan (including the siege and storm of the town and capture of the 
citadel), battle of Goojerat, pursuit of the Sikh army until its final surrender at Rawul Pindee, 
occupation of Attock and Peshawur, and expulsion of the Affghan force beyond the Khyber Pass 
(Medal and two Clasps). 

132 Lt.Colonel Wragge served at the siege of Sebastopol from Dec. 1854 to May 1855, in 
the trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardment in April (Medal and Clasi) and 
Turkish Medal). 

133 Lt.Colonel Ready served as Adjutant of the 11th Light Dragoons at the siege and capture 
of Bhurtpore in 1825-26 (Medal). 

134 Lt.Colonel Follows was present with the 43rd Light Infantry in the attack on New 
Orleans in January 18 15. He landed with his Regt. at Ostend on the 18th June following, and 
was present at the capture of Paris. 

135 Lt.Colonel Hudson served with the 39th Regt. in the Crimea from 31st Dec. 1854, and 
■was present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and attacks of 18th June and 8th Sept. (Brevet of 
Major, Medal and Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

136 Lt.Colonel Hon. James Colborno served in the field during the Canadian rebellion as Aide 
de Camp to Lord Sea'on. 



MAJORS. 



82 



Bonnet Holcrato, Mnjor, li. p. 40 Foot . . . . 
I) Tliomas Wilson,' Captain, h. p. GO Foot.. 
Cliristc pher Wilkinson,'- Capf., h. p. R. Art 
\i Oil Cliarlcs Frccmnn Sandliani,* f!o. do. . 
y Hichard Staunton Sitwell, Major, Unatt. 
(3 Jfon.SirTm. Cha. Stanhope,* Major, do. 
i^mX SirTrc\oT\yhc\cT,Bt.,^ MaJ. ,(\o. Lt. I 

CoLComm. li. X. Devon Mounted Rifles S 
\y Movie Siicrer,^ Captain, Unattached . . . . 
X) \\'illiani Henry Ilartnian,* Crt/;^ff/H, Unatt. 
J3 lloncyman Mackay," Major, Unattached 
Samuel Chartcri',"' Captain, h.p. R. Artillery 

Charles Boyd, Captain, Unattached 

Gcorpe Montaj;u, Captain, Unattached . . . . 
Jolin Buckley Castioau,'^ Crt/)?., h.p. R. Mar. 

William Elliott, Captain, Unattaclio<l 

Jill Willon.j:hl.y Montafm.n rfo.,li.p. R. Ait. 
Gcorcje M'Lood Tcw,'^ A/ff/o?-, Unattaclic<l. • 
Robert ^filler Miindy," Capt., h. p. R. Art. 
Charles Hugh LyleTinlin^','" Captain, Unatt. 
•Medcrico de Marchcsi Alrssi, Cajytain, } 

ret. full pay, Malta Fenciblcs S 

John Kenneth Mackenzie, Captain, Unatt., J 

Adjutant, Antrim Militia \ 

John James Bull, Major, oG Foot 

George Mein, Major, Dt pot Battalion .... 
Geo. H. Hillier,'^ Captain, h.p. 14 Dragoons 

Anthony Ormsby,-" Major, Unatt 

Wqi. (S. ParkinElliott, Captain, R. Maiincs 
Win. Fra. Drummond Jeivois,C«/>^. R. Eng.j 
Marcus Louis,'-^ Capt., r. f. p., 5 R. Vet. Bait. I 
Oliver Frv, Cff/J*. do. R. Artillery 

Geo. St. John Gifford, do. do. 1 1 R. Vi t. Batt.j 
Arthur Flcmin?, do. do. Royal Artillery j 

Hen.Clinton Martin,** rfo. do. do. 

Jud-ro Thos. D'Arcv, do. do. 4 R. Vet. Batt. 
13 .Vrchib. Fullarton,-'' do. do. G do. 
y Richard Woods,^* do. do. 8 do. I 

Thomas Hurdle, rfo.do. Royal Marines 

Henrv Angus. Colbv,-'o'o. do. R. Engincirs ' 
y Alexander Skene", ^" do. do. 4 R. Vet. Batt.! 
^3 JoliuLyonHulme," f/o. do. R. Engineers 
^3 Thos. Rainsdcn Agnew,''^ Capt., r. f. p. \ 

2 R. Vet. Batt S 

13«LJLJJohn W. Pringle.w Capt. do. R. Eng. 
Richard J. F. Crowtlier, do. do. R. Marines 
Ives Stockcr, rfo. do. R. Engineers 

Jasper Farmar, rfo. do. R. Jlurinos 

Wni. Steph. Knapman,'* do. do. do. 

^Geo.VauKhanTinling,'^rfo. do. R. Engineer.- 
John Wilson,^ rfo. do. R. Marines 

John Humby,^ do. do. do. 

fll William Lemoino, do. An. R. Artillery 
J3 Charles Manners,^* </o. do. R. Artillery 
And. .VrcherWm. Schalcli,^ do. do. do. 
Charles (iordon,*" dr>. do. 93 Foot 

IJiiillRobt.Coehrane,^' do.(\o. Rifle Brig. \ 

Militarti Knight of Windnor \ 

.\y liner Dov.dull,'" Captain, Ao.GA Foot 
Richard Fry, do. do. 03 Foot 

Thomas Waters, do. do. R. Marines 

Geo. Thos. Welclimnn,*' do. do. d". 

J»hn Geo. Richardson,** (/o. do. do. 

Jas. Hunter Rutherford, rfo. do. Roy. Eng., } 

Gov. of Dublin Military Prison j 

5 John Heuett,** Captain, do. R. Marines. 
George Bownell Pepyat, do. do. do. 

Peter Eason, </o. do. GI Foot 

Willi iin Henry Devon,*' do. do. R. Marines 
^ Evan Morgan,"^ do. do. l\. AH., J 

Lt.Col. Glamorgan Militia Artillery J 



12 May 04 

Oct. OG 

•27 Oct. 98 

27 Oct. 98 

8 Oct. 0-. 
24 April O." 

17 Nov. 08 



LIEUT. C.VPTAIN. 



Jan. 
9 July 

5 Aug. 

14 Dec. 

15 Aug. 

8 Dec. 
■22 Sept. 

6 An-. 
G Nov. 

9 Aug. 
21 June 
20 Nov. 



23 Jan. 25 

16 Dee. 31 

8 June 
19 June 
14 Dec. 
13 July 

8 .May 

19 Mar. 

Jan. 



23 Nov. 04 23 June 08 
7 Jan. or 14 Nov. 01 
1 Aug. 00 24 April Of 
7 Nov. 00 1 June 0(1 
3 April 05 22 Aug. 08 

28 Aug. OG 18 Aug. 08 

11 July 11 10.\pril 17 



4 June 
28 Mar. 
30 June 
13 Feb. 
19 Dec. 
)1 Oct. 
13 April 

2 Sept. 
1 1 Aug. 
30 Sept. 

8 Dec. 

3 Jlay 



07 2G Mar. 
05 30 Oct. 

08 30 .May 
0(1 15 Jan. 
05 12 July 
22|22 Oct. 
24^10 July 
13| GJuly 
1 1 ' Nov. 
19 12 Jan. 
35 28 April 
21 '30 Dec. 



MAJOR. 



13 Nov. 1 
12 Aug. 1 
12 Aug. 19 
12 Aug. 19 
10 July 23 
27 May 25 

5 Feb. 29 



9 Feb. 2G 

10 May 21 

1 July 25 
7 June 22 

2 Aug. 2G 
4 May 2G 

30 Nov. .33 



11 22 July 
12122 July 
IG 22 July 
Hi' 10 Jan. 
IGilO Jan. 
28 June 



3^ I G July 
30|l0 Feb. 
31) 29 Mav 
371 2 Feb. 



15 Jan. 27 10 July 40 
16 Sept. 36'23 April 42 



20 Feb. 
17 Aug. 
20 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
19 Mar. 
2 Dec. 

16 Jan. 
12 July 
28 May 
24 June 

19 Dec. 

23 Aug. 

2 Dec. 
14 Dec. 

1 Julv 

1 Nov. 

1 July 

22 June 

30 July 

3 Oct. 
3 Oct. 

17 Dec. 
22 Juno 

Nov. 

20 :May 
2G April 

30 Nov. 

31 Anp-. 

18 Sept. 

20 July 



IG Nov. 
21 April 

16 April 
- July 

Feb. 
8 Oct. 
8 Sept. 

17 Oct. 
25 April 

27 May 

25 Dec. 

26 Sept. 
1 15 Oct. 

28 Dec. 
1 Dec. 

24 June 

25 July 
10 July 



41 29 Dec. 43 
39 



07 12 Oct. 

1 May 
18 Aug. 

1 Jnly 
15 Ang. 

03 17 Jan. 
1221 Jnly 

04 10 June 
04 10 June 
07| 5 June 
07 24 Sept. 
07 10 -Mar. 
09 15 Oct. 

09 8 May 

13' 2 Mar. 

10 18 Juno 

04 27 July 

05 27 Julv 
(15 14 Fib. 

13 15 Dec. 13 



3 Nov. 
19 .Mar. 
25 Dec. 

19 Nov. 

13 Dec. 
23 May 

14 Oct. 
3 Sept, 

1 June 0( 
13 Jan. 0', 
11 May 08 

2 April 1 
13 Au?. 1 
18 Mar. 1 

2 Sept. 1 
11 Nov. 1 

20 Dec. 1 



22 June II 



1 2 Nov. 05 24 Sept. 

31 Jan. 06 3 .Sept. 

5 Oct. 09 8 Oct. 

11 Feb. 0615 Jan. 



21 July 
19 Julv 
29 July 
31 J.^ly 
31 Jnlv 
19 Oct". 
31 An?. 
31 Aug. 

G Nov. 

6 Nov. 

6 Nov. 

28 Feb. 

22 May 2.> 

2 Mav 29 
5 J II lie 30 

22 July 30 
17 Mar. 31 
17 Mar. 31 

12 Nov. 31 

12 Oct. 32 

12 Oct. 32 

21 June 33 

23 Dec. 33 



10 Nov. 
23 Nov. 
23 Nov. 
10 April 
20 Oct. 
9 Nov. 



3 May 
3 June 



27 Jan. 
6 Nov. 

25 Aug. 
46 27 Sept. 
461 9 Feb. 



20 June 54; 12 Jan. 55 

do 

.30 June 54 

30 June 54 



28 Jnly 
8 Sep 



29 Sept. 54 



17 Dec. 12 23 May 16 10 Feb. 34 28 Nov. 54 



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22 June 
26 Aug. 



59 



83 



David Galloway, 
Jei-vis Cook," 
James Shute,^^ 
William Davis,*^ 
Colin Mackenzie,* 



Majors. 

ENSIGN, 
ETC. 



13 



Capt. do. R. Marines 4 Mar. 06 
do. do. do. 26 May 06 

do. do. do. 21 June 06 

do. do. do. -20 Feb. 

do. do. R. Engineersi'20 July 
John Milliquet HewsoD,*'' do. do. 89 Foot 2 Sept 

Lewis Edw. Walsh, do. do. R. Artillery 5 July 

Fred. Aufjustus GriffithSjrfo. do. do. 13 Dec. 

James Thos.Cracknell," rfo. do. R. Marines 17 Aug, 
Geo. Chas. Di gen Lewis, do. do. R. Engineer? 1 Au< 
francis Holcombe, do. do. R. Artillery 1 May 

^ Henry James,*' do. do. R. Marines 7 Dec. 

Adam Von Beverhoudt.^Vo. do. 58 Foot 21 Oct. 

John KeUy,^ do. do. 6 Foot 8 Nov. 

William John Stokes, do. do. R. Artillery 10 July 
Robert Shepherd, do. do. 76 Foot 

John Richard Mascall,^^ do. do. R. Marines 
John Dyson, rfo. do. R. Artillery 

Rich. ViU). Pascoe,*' do. do. R. Marines 
Wm. Young Fenwick, Capt. r. f. p. R. Art. 
Richard Searle,^^ do. do. R. Mar, 

Henry Smith,** do. do. 

Peter Jno.Jas.Dusautoy,^ rfo. do. 
Robert Stuart Ridge," do. do. 
John Harvey, do. do. 

Francis Wm. Pettingal, do, 



Thomas Park,'^'* 
George Griffin, 
John Campbell, 
David Dickson, 
Henry Nicliolls, 
John Law,'" 
William Lancey, 
John Blackali, 



do. 
do. 
do. 



do. 
do. 

36 Foot 

37 Foot 
R. Eng. 
R. Mar. 

do. 
74 Foot 
95 Foot 
94 Foot 
R. Mar. 
R. Eng. 
39 Foot 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



10 April 12 21 May 34 

■28 Oct. 12j27 May 34 

13 27 May 34 

14 27 May 34 
13 26 Oct. 34 

12122 May 15 13 Mar 



30 Jan. 
23 Feb. 
15 Dec. 



13 July 

8 Oct 
19 June 21 

1 July 15 

9 Nov. 19 
19 July 



13| 9 April 16 29 April 36 



13J20 Dec. 24 
15! 2 April 21 

10 July 23|13 May 2( 
7 Sept. 08119 Dec. 22 

11 Dec. 15ill Aug. 20 

12 Sept. 08|10 May 23 
15 Dec. 17129 July 25 
30 Sept. 08j 13 April 24 

09jl3 Aug. 25 
09:16 May 2C 
14128 Dec. 21 
14110 April 2, 



Edmund Nepean," Capt., ret. f.p. R. Mar, 
Valentine Beadon,^^ do. do. R. Mar, 
John Sidney Farrell, do. do. R. Art. 
Charles Oldershaw, do. do. R. Eng. 

Hender Mounsteven,^'* do. do. 48 Foot 130 Dec, 
Hy.HigginsDouatusO'Brien, do. do. R. Art. 1 5 Oct 



18 Feb 
14 Mar. 

8 Sept, 
14 Apri 

1 Mar. 
30 Aug, 
18 Sept, 
16 Sept. 

9 Sept. 
25 July 
14 Mar. 

1 Aug. 

14 Oct. 

27 Nov. 

14 Feb. 
8 July 
1 Aug, 



16,23 Mar. 



Arthur Gosset, 
Samuel James Skinner, 
Robert Luard, 
Geo. Gardine Shaw,?* 



do. 

do, 

do. 

63 Foot 



John Gore, do. do. R. Art., Professor, B. ) 
MiUtarij Academy, Woohcich \ 

James Turner, Capt., ret. full pay, R. Art. 

John Low, do. do. R. Art. 

Joshua Edkston,'* do. do. R. Mar. 

William John King," do. do. 21 Foot 

Rd. Matthews Poulden, do. do. R. Art. 

Robert Wright," do. do. R. Mar. 

Edward Appleton,'" do. do. do. 

Patrick Scott Campbell, rfo. do. R. Art. 

Caleb Barnes, do. do. R. Mar. 

Peter Martin M'Kellar, do. do. R. Mar. 

William Knowles,'" do. do. 50 Foot 

Henry Stephen Tireman,f/o. do. R. ,\rt. 

Richard Thompson, do. do. 51 Foot 

Robert Roe 1-i^her, do. do. R.Art., ^ 

Lt.Col. Coniniandant Donegal Art. .. J 

John M'Ca.-kill, Capt., ret. f.p. 97 Foot 

William Baird Youn^', do. do. R. Art. 

Rodney Myliu.s, do. do. Ceylon Rcgt 

Charles Cheetham, do. do." R. Art. 

Alex. Ficd. Wm. Papillon, do. do. do. 

John Miller,'* do. do. R. Mar 

William Fulford, do. do. K. Ait. 

Jas. Wm. Graves, do. Unatt., S. O. of Pens 

Chi.8. Robert Wjnnc, do. ret. f. p.,R. Art., > 
Lt.Col, Commandant F\fe Artillery . . J | 



5 Oct. 
23 Oct, 

8 Dec. 
30 May 

8 Dec. 19 

15 Nov. 24 

28 Ftb. 25 
19 Nov. 

1 Mar, 

29 July 

6 May 1 
26 Aug. 1 
19 May 2 
10 Nov. 1 
17 April 1 

9 Aug. 38 
6 Aug. 28 
1 Jan. 19 



09 28 Feb. 
091 6 Mar, 
13,28 Sept 
"9 Nov. 
15 Sept 

6 June 28 

7 June 25 
4 May 14 

lOi 2 Oct. 28 
11| 6 Feb. 29 
18|10July 20 
lfi|29Julv 25 
12i 6 Jan. 

18 2 Feb. 
181 2 Mar, 
18| 1 Apr. 

19 12 May 
11 



6 May 
19 Aug. 
26 Ocf. 

5 Dec. 

6 Jan. 
18 Mar. 



aiAJOB. 



27 May 36i 
29 June 36! 



21 Dec. 

8 June 

17 Nov. 
8 Nov. 



5 Jan. 
10 Jan. 
10 Jan. 
20 May 
23 June 
10 July 
10 July 

10 July 37 
29 Sep't. 37 

9 Oct, 
20 Nov 

7 Dec. 
9 Dec. 

15 Dec, 
26 Jan. 
9 Feb. 

6 April 38 
25 May 38 

I June 38 
1 June 38 

8 June 38 

11 June 38 
13 June 38 

14 30 Nov. .88 
27 11 Dec. 38 
271 1 May 39 
27 16 Mav 39 
27 20 May 39 
13i31 May 391 



38 



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27 3 July 39I 

17|11 April 40; 
27|19june 40; 



11 122 July 30:10 Aug. 40 
17 29 Jan. 20 3 Oct. 40 



6 Aug. 28 
25 



25 Jan. 

6 Aug. 
16 May 
16 Dec. 
16 Dec. 

8 July 



28 



3 Jan. 28:22 Oct. 40| 

4 June 3lil3 Nov. 4ol 
7 Oct. 31 1 5 Mar. 41 

30: 14 April 41 ! 
32 11 Mav 41. 
32ill May 41 
38i25June 41 ! 
30i'21 July 41 
27,28 Aug. 41 ' 



19 Jan. 
22 Feb. 

4 Apr. 

20 July 
4 July 
8 Nov. 



22 July 30! 2 Sept. 

7 June 28 26 Oct. 

1 Oct. 30 23 Nov. 

30 May 24 9 Oct. 

16 July 33 4 April 43 

31j23 0ct. 33 4 April 43 

251 7 May 34 12 April 43 



16 Dec. 3li22Jan. 34 3 May 43 
24 Oct. 34j3l May 39|26 Jan. 44 
:20 Dec. 32| 5 June 85115 April 44 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



28 Nov. 
28 Nov. 



Majors. 



84 



Kcnnetli Mmchison/^ Capt. ret. f.p. 20 Foot 
Philip Bolt..,), do. flo. 77 Foot 

William Macfloinld, Jo. do. !)3 Foot 
Charles Stuart Miller, do. do. R. Eiig. 
Pitcairn Onslow,'* Jo. do. R. Mar 

Deimis Dunn, Ctipt., ret. f. p., G'J F 

Lancelot Edward Wood, Capt. ret. f.p. b\ F. 
Demetrius W. Grevis James, Major, '2 Foot 
John Oldiiifht, Capt., ret. full pay, 81 Foot 

Charles Dupcricr," Capt., do. SOFoot 

Henry Mackay , rfo. do. 79 F. AJj. Forfar Art, 
John James Grant, Major, R. Newf. Codi]), 

Andrew Hunt,"* Major. Unattached 

Fra. Rowland Forsler, Captain, 4 Dr. Gds. 
James S. Hawker Farrer, Major, 84 Foot .. 

Richard Tlionipson,*" Major, Unatt 

Cha. Triijance Franklin, CB., Capt. R. Art. 
Philip Gossct Pipon, Captain, R. Artillery 
M'u). Stratton Aslett, Captain, II. Marines . 
James Rose, Major, 2 Foot 
John Davenport Shakcspear, Capt., R. Art. 
Hon. Wni. Charles Yelvcrton, Capt. R. Art. 

John Cowell Hartley, Major, 5 Foot 

Edward Fellowes,^' Major, Unatt., Assist. ^ 

Adj. Gin., Cape of Good Hojie J 

Soame G. Jenyns, CB., Major, 18 Hussars. . 
John Frascr L. Baddtley, Captain, R. Art. 
Edward Tomkinson,"" Major, Unattached, ) 

Cavalry Depot at Canterbury S 

John Haekett, Major, 44 Foot 

John W. Lovell, CB., Capt., R. Eng 

Henry Lowiher Chermside, Capt., R. Art. 
John Thomas Dalyell, Major, 21 Foot .... 
George Nteld Boldoro, Major, 21 Foot .... 
Arch. Henry P. Stuart Wortlcy,^' Maj. Unatt 
Edward George Hibbert, 3/fl^/'or, 12 Foot .. 
Henry Warter Meredith, Major, 41 Foot . . 
John George Boothby, Captain, R. Artillery 
William Hardy, Major, Uei)ot Butlaliou . . 
J/on. Gilbert Elliot, Major, Rifle Brigade.. 
John Wyclifle Thompson,»=J/rtJo/-, Unatt., ) 

Cavalry Depot, CanterLunj \ 

Geori;e Barstow, Captain, Royal .\rtillery . . 
A. Wm. D. Burton, CB., Maj., 7 Dr. Gds.. . 
Graham Le Fcvre Dickson,'^ Major, Unatt. 

James Gubbins, Major, 23 Foot 

Cha. Fred. Torrens Dan iell,-* .!/«/., Unatt., ^ 



1 Feb. 
G July 

2:3 Aug. 
I!) Mar. 
13 Nov. 
23 May 
21 May 
31 Jan. 

21 Sept. 
29 Dec. 
18 June 

y Mar. 

22 Fob. 
7 Feb. 

2 April 
25 Feb. 

1 Jan. 
18 June 
20 July 
16 Nov. 
18 June 
11 Jan, 
2G April 



23 April 39 



Briijadc Major in Dublin Division . . J 
Gaspard Le Merchant Tiipper, Capt. R. Art. 
Hon.Wm.Geo. Boyle, U.^-Capf. ,Co\(.ht.Gds. 
Di.xon Edward Ilo.-te, CB., Capt., R. Art. 

Pastt Bayly,^^ Major, Unatt 

John Sinu'leton, Captain, Royal Artillery . . 

John Hardman Burke, .Major, 3 Foot 

Charles Henry Ingilby, Captain, R. .Vrtillci-y 
Arthur Charles Greville,^' Major, Unatt 



ENSio; 

ETC. 



LIEUT. 



30 Dec. 
17 June 



12 May 43 

17 x\ov. 37 
19 June 41 
19 June 44 
14 .May 47 
8 Oct. 47 

never 
29 April 4f; 

6 June 45 
19 June 44 
27 Sept. 42 

7 July 43 

22 Nov. 44 

19 Dec. 44 

8 Aug. 45 
5 Mar. 

19 Dec. 



29 May 41 
July 11 

13 Jan. 34 

23 Nov. 41 
(i April 3!» 

18 Sept. 40 
2 June 32 
15 Dec. 40 

8 Mar. 41 
GJulv 44 

11 April 44' 

12 Feb. 28 
15 June 42 
11 Mar. 42 

2 Juno 43 

17 Nov. 43 

14 July 4: 

18 Aug. 43 
5 Mar. 41 

28 Dec. 4G 

9 Sept. 43 
14 April 44 
20 Oct. 40 

29 Apr. 42 

24 Sept. 47 
17 Jan. 45 



22 Dec. 

110 Sept. 

3 Dec. 
12 Feb. 
14 July 

3 Dec. 

24 May 
9 June 

I 2 May 
, 7 Muv 
' GJune 
22 Mar. 

25 Aug. 
2!) Jan. 
28 April 
,23 May 
14 Oct. 

5 Sept. 
3 Oct. 

5 Oct. 

6 Mar. 
IG July 
22 Aug. 

GDec. 50 

20 Dec. 50 
22 Feb. 51 



MAJOR. 



45 28 
47128 

47|28 
48,28 
48i28 
" 28 



12 April 44 27 June 51 



3 Jan. 

18 June 

Feb. 
18 June 

8 Mar. 
18 June 

1 Nov. 
IG Dec. 

I 4 April 

Philip S. Crawley, Lt. f; Capt., C.ddst. Gds., 2 Mar, 
James Farrcll Pennycuick, Capt. R. Art. .-12 May 

WiUicim John Chads, Captain, C-i Foot !l2 Nov. 

Lachlan HectorGillKrtMiicU'an,-'iirr7;.Unatt.!2G Dec. 
ThoniasOrmsby Ruttlcdge,'"t Jl/^//.,h.ii. 32 F.'29 April 
John Fitz Th.imas Dennis,"- Major, Unatt. 4 Au^'. 
Duncan Campbell, Major, ^ Un:ittaclied ..8 April 

Henry Collctte, Captain. 07 Foot '20 Au?. 

JohnHarpur, Capt. ret. f. p. 2 W. T. Regt. ^ I, - n 

( Q.M. :, March 3t<) < l'** ^'^'^• 

Matthew Cassan,CW/)^. Unatt. ,5. 6».o/7'e/w. 13 Dec. 
RobcrtWatson."^(V//)^,r. f. p., Cevlon Rem. 7 Julv 
Richaril William Meheux,"" Jo. do. H. Mar. 20 Dec. 
George William Paty, Major, 66 Foot 1 G Sept. 



28 Aug. 
IG Aug. 

1 April 
21 June 

3 April 
18 Aug. 

GOct. 

3 Nov. 

1 April 

8 May 
11 Sept. 

3 Apr. 

1 April 
10 Apr. 

47| 1 Aug. 
45 13 Apr. 

45 7 Jlar. 



45 1 April 
49 10 Sept. 
45! 1 April 
39(26 Jan. 
45| 1 April 
39J 3 Mar. 
40,30 Juno 
45|2G Aug. 
47j2.'i June 
47,30 June 
47 12 Sei<t. 
34I3I Aug. 
30 23 April 



25 July 

Dec. 

1 April 
23 April 

7 May 
14 May 
28 May 
25 June 

5 Aug. 
12 Oct. 
12 Oct. 



11 Nov. 
24 Dec. 
7 Jan. 
18 Feb. 



WHEN 
PLACKD ON 
HALKI'AY. 



Nov. 54 

Nov. 54 

.Nov. 54 

Nov, 54 

Nov. 54 

Nov. 54 

Dec. 54 

Dec. 54 

Dec. 54 

Dee. 54 

Dec. 54' 

Dec. 54; 

Dec. 54, 7 Sept. 55 

Dec. 54! 

Dec. 54, 

Dec. 54 2 Dec. 59 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
1 2 Dec. 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 



20 May 53 



3 12 Dec. 
53 do 

12 Dec. 



W Oct. 

1 Feb. 

2 Jan. 



26 Sept. 

13 Jan. 

24 Jan. 
41 1 3 Feb. 
40; 17 Feb. 
43! GJune 
48120 June 
49 7 July 
48' 14 July 
48 21 Sei)t. 
48 30 June 
38;25 Feb. 
38: 9 Sept. 

38 25 Nov. 

39 3 Oct. 
39,23 Feb. 



Aug. 42 6 Jan. 54 26 Jan. 65 



37 
34 
30 

40 

33 U) May 38! 13 Mar. 

37-29 Jan. 42 2 Mar. 

29;10 July 37,27 July 

39|18 Feb. 42 6 Feb 



do 

do 

do 

12 Dec. 

54] do 
54 do 

54' do 
54I12 Dec. 
541 do 
54| do 
54 15 Dec. 
48 22 Dec. 
45 29 Dec. 
45 29 Dec. 
46|29 Dec. 
44| 6 Jan. 



12 Sept. 56 



29 Feb. 66 
16 Mar. 58 

1 Aug. 55 
15 Jan. 56 



1 June 66 
29 July 59 
1 May 57 
54 30 Nov. 55 



44 6 Feb. 
47 10 Mar. 
47 29 Mar. 
10S;» April 



65 



IFeb. 52 



85 



Wm. Gordon Cameron, Major, 4 Font . . . 
William Ricknian, Major, Depot Battalion 
John Patrick Redmond, Major, 01 Foot . 
Edw. Coni-nn, 3Iaj. 3 W. I. Rcgt.(Q.iii.2Dec.42) 
Edm. JolniCruice, Cf^^^-Uiiatt. S. O .of Pens. 
Robert Abraham Logan, Major, 57 Foot 
Hcnrv Webb, Capt., ret. full pay, 28 Foot. . 
John'Guise Rogers Aplin, Major, 48 Foot 

^yilliam Faussett, Coptahi, 44 Foot 

Gustavus Hume, '"2 Major, Vnatt, Assist. I 

Inspector of Volunteers J 

John Peel,'"^ Major, \\. p. Depot Battalion 
Francis Topping Atchrrlcy, Capt., 30 Foot 

John Nason, Major, Depot I'attalion 

Hon. James Stuart, Major, Rifle Brigade. 
A1cx. James Hardy Elliot,'"* Maj., Unatt. . 
"FC John A. Couolly, i^&CV^^ji'.Coldst.Gds 
Henry F. Berkeley Maxse,'"^ Maj., Unatt.. 
Montagu Hamilton Dowbiggin, Maj., 09 F 
Archibald Campbell Snodgrass, Capt., 39 F 

Patrick Robertson, Major, 25 Foot 

■FC Claud Tlio. Bourciiier, Capt. Rifle Br. 
Louis Herries Hamilton, Cajitabi, 87 Foot 
Charles Edward Conyers, Captain, h. p. 97 F 
George Hyde Page, Captain, 41 Foot .. , 
Bernard Edward Ward, Cajjtain, GO Foot . 
Frederick West, Major, Depot Battalion . 
Henry Friend Kennedy, Major, CO Foot. . . 

William Fulton, Major, 15 Foot , 

Hugli Kennedy,'"*^ Capt.,\-zi. f. p. R. Marin 

Frederick R. Mein, Major, 1 Foot 

Hon. Wm. James Colville, Capt. Rifle Br. 

Brigade Major at Malta 

Richard Oliver Fra. Steward,'f7 Maj. Unatt. 
Wm. JIayne, Maj. b.p. Land Transport Corps 
Fra. Aug. Halliday, Capt. r. f. ]). R. Marine: 
V. Fred. Story, Capt. Unatt., S. O. of Pens. 

William Williamson, Major, 85 Foot 

M'Kay Rynd, Major, 62 Foot 

Hobert John Eagar, Major, 31 Foot 

John Dwyer, Major, 14 Foot 

Arthur Wombvvell, Major, Depot Battalion 

William Douglas, Major, 14 Foot 

James Maxwell, 3fajor, 34 Foot 

Francis Locker Whitmore,'"" Major, Unatt. 
Algernon Robert Garrett, Major, 16 Foot.. 

Henry Rogers, Captain, R. Artillery 

Miller ClifFord, Captain, Royal Artillery .. 
Alexander Hugh Cobbe, Major, 87 Foot . . 
George Harrington Hawes, Major, 9 Foot.. 
Mortimer Adye, Captain, Royal Artillery . . 
Alex. Ctcsar Ha\^kins, Capt., R. Artillery.. 

Wm. James Esten Grant, Captain, do 

George Shaw, Co^j^rti;;, Royal Artillery 
Aug. Fred. Francis Lennox, Captain, do. .. 
Hon. llussey Fane Keaiic, Captain, Royal ) 

Eng., Extra Aide dc Camp to H.R.H. ' 

the Commander in Chief } 

Fred. Geo. Tho. Dcshon, Major, Depot Butt. 
Dawf^on Cornelius Greene, Maj. Depot Batt 
CharleH John Gibb, Captain, 11. Engineers 
Geo. Thomas Field, Captain, Royal Artillery 
Charles John Strange, Captfii/i, do. 
Horace Parker Nuwlon, Captain, do. 

Thomas JIaunsell, Mnj^r, 28 Toot 

Gust. H. Lockwond ISIilman, Capt, R. Art. 
Charles Courtenay Villiers, Captain,^! Foot 

Jidiii Ri/hinson, Captain, 41 Foot 

Chiirles Geo. Arbnllmot, Capl. R. Artillery 
Fairliix Charles Hat-surd, Capt. R. Engineers 
Francis Wm, Hastings, Captain, R. Artillery 



Majors 

ENSIGN, 
ETC. 

24 May 

12 Sept. 

7 Jan. 

17 Ocl. 
9 April 

26 Oct. 

18 June 
7 Oct. 
7 July 

30 May 43 



22 June 
4 June 
9 May 

24 Oct. 
18 July 

25 Feb. 
never 

30 June 

6 Oct. 

7 April 

10 April 
6 April 

18 Dec. 

23 April 
1 Aug. 

12 Aug. 

11 Sept. 
10 April 

21 Mar. 

22 Oct. 



LIEUT. 

12 Feb. ■ 
31 Oct. , 
29 Sept, 

5 Nov. 

13 Jime 
3 Mar, 

14 Oct. 
23 April 
23 Aug. 

9 June 



19 Oct, 
4 Aug, 

4 Sept. 

15 Oct. 
14 June 
26 Aug. 

1 June 

16 Sept. 
7 Nov. 

5 Dec. 

6 June 
-.,17 Jan. 
40 25 Nov. 



CAPTAIN. 

16 July 68 
24 Mar. 64 
20 May 48 

4 Feb. 53 

5 April 44 
7 Mar. 61 

6 June 54 
20 Nov. 4 
23 Mar. 49 



46 21 Sept. 52 

4925 
4816 



4929 
47 6 
5022 
50i29 
4929 
5129 
5129 
5129 



12 May 
5 May 

29 Jan. 
7 April 

1 1 Oct. 

10 Aug. 

14 April 



43 

48'23 
47| 3 
42 20 

39 12 

40 26 
37 3 



22 Nov. 43 14 M 



29 Sept. 

17 Aug. 
23 Feb, 
25 Nov. 
16 Nov. 
16 Dec. 
II June 
19 July 

5 April 

23 May 

24 Sept. 
7 Aug. 
1 June 

19 Mar. 
19 June 
16 Juno 
24 Nov. 
19 June 

1 Jan. 

1 Jan, 

18 June 
18 June 



26 Sept. 

28 Sept. 
10 July 
30 Oct. 
22 Nov. 

6 Mar. 
25 Jan. 
21 Nov. 

29 Oct. 

1 Aug. 
13 Oct. 
10 May 

27 Sept. 
29 April 
13 April 
10 Jan, 

4 Jan, 

28 April 

2 Aug. 
1 Dec. 

3 May 

4 May 



Nov, 53 

Dec. 63 

Oct. 64 

Nov. 54 

Dec. 64 

Dec. 54 

Dec. 64 

Dee. 54 

Dec. 64 

Dec. 54 

Dec. 64 

Dec. 4(; 

Nov. 49 

Jan, 66 

Mar, 56 

Aug, 40 

Oct, 4^ 
April 44 

Oct. 48 

]\ray 44 



11 Oct. 

7 June 50 
9 Sept. 6 

27 July 4 
26 May 44 

1 Aug. 51 

2 Sept. 53 

8 Oct, 44 
22 Jan, 46 

8 May 46 

18 Sept, 46 
22 June 47 

3 Sept, 47 

28 April 48 
30 June 48 
30 June 48 
21 July 48 

19 Sept. 48 

9 Oct, 48 
1 Nov, 48 
1 Nov. 48 
9 April 49 
7 May 49 



24 April 
24 April 
11 May 
15 May 

18 May 

19 June 
13 July 
17 July 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

17 July 

17 July 

17 July 

do 

do 

do 

do 

20 July 
20 July 
20 July 
20 July 
27 July 
17 Aug. 
31 Aug. 

4 Sept. 
7 Sept. 



Sept. 56 



19 Mar. 39 28 June 42 14 Aug, 49 



20 Dec, 
3 July 
Dec. 

II Jan. 

11 Jan. 
!1 Jan. 

7 May 
7 June 

12 May 
20 Oct. 

7 June 
20 June 
17 June 



37 5 Jan. 
40 14 Jan. 
39 16 Mar. 



30 Oct. 



41 30 Nov. 49 
42'll Dec. 49 
4:i! 16 April 50 
43|23 May 50 
44 11 June 60 

44 8 July 50 

45 8 Oct, 60 



30 Mar. 
1 April 

23 May 

15 May 44 |n Nov. 50 
43 30 Jan. 
42|22 Dec. 
A'\\ 1 Feb. 
40 23 Sept, 
43| 5 April 45|24 July 51 



46 27 Dec, 50 
43i30Jan. 51 
4.'';[ 4 April 61 
43 14 July 51 

At\\-->A Tul'.r Kl 



9 Sept, 
21 Sept, 
27 Sept, 
30 Sept, 
16 Oct. 
25 Oct. 
2 Nov. 
2 Nov. 
do 
do 
2 Nov. 
2 Nov. 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



■WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAY. 



Nov. 



22 Jan. 68 



29 July 66 
16 Mar. 68 



26 Feb. 50 



6 Jan. 57 
1 April 57 

27 July 47 



30 Mar. 68 



Majors. 



86 



j.^p ' LIEUT. I CAPTAI 

'- '■ I 

7 May 47 1 7 Apr. 48 -23 Sept. 

•20 Dec. 4;] 10 April 4.'^i|2."> Sept. 

1!) Dec. 37 14 Aug. 41 (I Oct. 

•2-2 Dec. 4:j I'J Dec. 4.o| o Dec. 

•2'J Jlay 4-2 14 Ai)iil 4(!':)0 April 

16 May 40 l.j April 42'' 8 June 

1 Nov. 3'J 10 July 43 17 Aug. 

14 June 42^31 Jim. 4.0121 Sept. 



27 Dec. 38 5 Nov. 42' 13 Nov. 

1 Nov. 40128 July 43| 3 Dec. 62 
21 June 3t)l20J:in. 41;12Dec. 62 
20 Oct. 43 3 Dec. 47 31 Dec. 

28 Sept. 47 8 June 49 12 Aug 
3 Nov. 4(iloOct. 47|11 Nov 

10 Dec. 471 9 Jan. 49123 Dec. 

2 May 4322 Dec. 4(;:30 Dec. 



44 '27 Mar. 

43 8 Aug. 

40 j 1 Feb. 
4t* 30 Nov. 

41 20 Aug. 

44 18 May 



Thomas W. While, ^[njor, If! Lancers .... 
Edward Moiibray, Cnptnhi, Royal Artillery 
Geo. Hrydges Hodney, Captain', U. Mariucs 
Hans Uiilicrt While,"" Major, Unattached.. 
]%d\vard Newdigatc, Major, Riflo Brigade .. 
Andrew Pitcairn, Major, Depot Battalion . . 

William Robi rfs, Major, 28 Toot 

Henry Disney Kllis, Major, Depot Battalion 

Josei)h Jordan , Ctptain, 34 Fool 114 Feb. 46,27 Mar. 48 29 Oct 

Joseph Edw. W. Lawrence, Capt. h. p. R. \ .,., r^ . „„l ... _l 

Marines, Paymaiitvr Art'iUenj Division \ 
William A. Armstrong, il/ryor, Dc])ot Batt.. 
Anthony Wm. S. V. Armstrong, Maj. 18 F. 

Samuel Hackelt,'" Major, Unattached 

Andrew Campbell Knox Lock, Capt. 60 F. 
Georfie Skipwitli, Major, Depot Battalion.. 

Edward Cliippindall, Major, 10 Foot 

Hon. Dan'el Greville Finch. Major, 24 F.. . 

Anthony Charles Cooke, Capt. R. Enaiiueers 17 June 4.'3| 1 April 4f!|17 Fob, 
Wm. Ivlm.MoysesReilly, CB., C^^J/R. Art. 18 Dec. 46| 3April4C!l7 Feb, 
Wm. Hen. Dominic Fitzgerald, "'J/«/.Unatt. 8 Oct. 

Charles Edward Walson, Major, 7 Foot jl3 Oct. 

Edmund John Carthew, t 'apt. Royal Artillery' H Aug. 

Ocorge Tito Brice, Captain, 17 Foot .22 Dee. 

Matthew Jones Hayman,"^ .il/^yo/-, Ui;att. . .14 July 

Jason Hassard, Captain, bl Foot i 3 Oct. 

George Cecil Henrv, Captain, R. Artillerv.. 16 Dec. 4G 23 Oct 
Cha. Henry Spencer Churchill, Capt. GoY 10 Oct. 4.0 24 Sept 
Geo. Francis Ccvcntry Pvcock,"* Maj. Unatt.ll5 Dec. 48| 5 Oct. 
Freileric Percy Lea,"' il/^//0'', Unattached, \ I, 

Barrack Master at Barbados \ 

Henry Reynolds Wirge, Major, 2 Foot .... 
Willi;nn J«hn Williams, Capt., R. Artillery 
Y^ Hugh Rowlands,"* il/^(/o/-, Unattached 
William Bellairs,'" Major, Unatt., Dep. \ 

Assist. Adj. Gen. in Ireland j 

Charles Mingaye Green, Captain, 30 Foot.. 
Nathaniel Steevcns,"''jlf«jrtr, Unattached, } 

Brigade Major, Curragh j 

Cha. Edwaid Oldershaw, Capt. R. Artillery 

Frederick Wells, Captain, 1 Foot 

James \Villiam Dewar, Major, 97 F 

Louis John Amadec Armit, Captain, R. Eng. 
Charles BrijbaneEwart, Copt. Royal Eng., ) 

Asgist. Quarter Master General .... ) 
C. Butler Pet. Nugent Hodges Nugent, rfo. do. 
Edward Charles Achrsou Gordon, do. do. 
Phillip Dickson, Captain, Royal Artillery . . 
Hugh Robert Hibbert, Major',! Foot. . .'. . . 
Daniel William Tui)per, Captain, 60 Foot 
Geo. Stephen Digby, C15., Capt., R. Marines 
Charles lili;ee, Major, Depot Battalion .. 
James George Hay,"" Major, Unattached 
Henry George Woods,'*' Major, Unatt. 

Richard Preston, Captain, 44 Foot 

Geo. K. Brown Westhead, Maj. Depot Baft.l 

Fitzwilliam Fred. Hunter,'^' Major, Unatt. !21 July 48 14 June 6iil29 Dec. 

Richard I.yo.^Otway Pearson, i^M-CW'^ \ I 3 Dec. 47' 4 April 6l!29 Dec. 64 
Gr. Qtt\9., Deputy Assmt. Adj. Gen. •■ S\ i 

VC" Fred. Cockayne Mton, Maj. Depot Batt.' 19 Jan. 49 30 April 62129 Dec. 54 

Ch..rh;8Cood.,'"^/«>r, Unatt., ^r/r/^/cK 49 26 June 52 29 Dec. 54 

Major at talche.iter J , ° I 

Arthur Frederick Wanen, O//)^. Rifle Brigade 23 July 

WhiiHorth p. rter. Captain, \UiyA\ Kugineerh 18 Dec, 



52 
53 
63 
63 
53 
54 
54 
4(;|24 Feb. 64 

46 24 Feb. 54 
47!24 Feb. 54 
491 7 April 64 
42 GJune 541 
48' fijunc 64] 

47 20 June 54! 
471 4 Aug. 64| 
49} 4 Aug. 64 

43 j 7 Aug. 54 1 

541 



WHEN 

PI..\CEU ON 

HALF PAY. 



55 

55 12 Sept. 66 



USept. 41I19 Au 

31 Dec. 39' 8 April 42 19 Aug, 

2 INI ay 47 .30 June 4824 Aug. 64 
25 Sept. 4921 April 61,26 Aug. 54 

8 May 40 G July 4D 15 Sept. 54 

20 April 49' 17 May 5o'30 Sept. 54 

19 Dec. 46:29 Dec. 48 27 Oct. 54 

2 May 47130 June 48 
12 Oct. 41' 2 Aug. 44 
7 July 40 12 April 60 



18 June 45 
18 June 46 



18 Dec. 
18 Dec. 

1 Oct. 
28 Sept. 

2 Feb. 
Ifi Aujr. 



29 Oct. 54 

G Nov. 54 

C Nov. 54 

1 April 40J15 Nov. 54 

1 April 4G 13 Dec. 54 



MAJOI 

2 Nov. 

do 
2 Nov. 
2 Nov. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
2 Nov. 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 
2 Nov. 

do 

do 

do 
2 Nov 

do 

do 

do 
2 Nov. 65 26 Feb. 66 

2 Nov. 56| 8 Feb. 56 

do 

do I 
2 Nov. 65:26 Aug. 59 

2 Nov. 55 6 Mar, 58 



66 1 .5 Jan. 60 



65 1 9 Dec. 66 



55 



2 Oct. 57 



1 April 4G'13 Dec. 

1 April 40110 Dec. 
47 30 June 48'20 Dec. 
47 10 M\<^. 50 '22 D<c. 
49 19 M:.r. 52,22 Dec. 
42 27 July 47 '27 Dec. 



14 April 40 18 Feb. 48 29 Dec. 64 

il Dec 
13 Oct. 
27 Feb. 40 24 Nov. 48 29 Dec 

7 April 48 26 Jan. 50,29 Dec 



1 Sept. 48,29 Dec. 

Oct. 48129 Dec. 54; 
54' 
54 
64 



J. din Fdwaa| UoYe, Captain, Royal Arlilh Jj' 1 Oct, 
\\ m. NMndham Aug. Lukin, Capt 



do. 
Charles lidmund Walcott, Captain, do.. 
M illiam John Bolton, Capta'n, do. . , 

Pl.ilip Ravenhdi. Captain, Rojal Engineii 
Jamoj Sinclair, Captain, Royal .Vrtillery . 
Lewis Mdliam Peun, Capt., R. Artillery . 



47 1 1 Oct. 63 29 Dec. 54 
45 1 April 40 3 Jlh. 56 
47 30 June 48' Jan. 56 
47 30 June 48 7 Feb. 55 
47 30 Juno 4? I 7 Feb. 56 
47 30 June 48, 8 Mar. 56 
40 9 Nov. 401 1 April 56 
18 Dec. 47 30 June 48: l April 65 
18 Dec. 47 30 June 48 1 April 65 



1 Oet. 
18 Dec. 
18 Dee. 

1 Mav 



do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

2 Nov. 

2 Nov. 
do 
do 

2 Nov. 

do 

do 

2 Not, 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



30.Tuly 57 
21 Dec. 55 



56 19 Feb. 68 



56:16 Jan. 57 

i 



87 



Majc 



19 Dec. 
4 July 
■28 Aug. 
2-2 Aug. 
•25 Nov. 

8 June 
•20 July 
12 Feb. 
27 Dec. 

15 Feb. 
•23 Aug. 

16 Sept. 
23 Mar. 

G June 

9 Ma 



36 
39 
39 
3f 
47 
34 

39 

7 Jan. 40 

6 Mar. 35 



Edward Taddy, Captain, Rogal Artillery 

Vffi Frederick Miller. Captain, do 

Charles Herbert Stdley, Capt., R. Engineers 
Cliarles Henry Owen, Capt., Koyal Artillery 
William S. Philips, Capt. ret. full pay, G2 F. 
George Byng Harmau,'" Major, Unatt., I 

Asgisfant Inspector of Volunteers S 

Paget Walter L' Estrange, Capt. R. Artillery 

Reginald Henry Champion, Captain, do 

William Gilly Andrews, Captain, do 

Hon. S. J. G. Calthorpe, Major, 5 Dr. Gds. 
Roderick Mackenzie, C{ipt. Royal Artillery 
Fra. Horatio De Vera, Capt. Royal Engineer,: 
Henry Wm. Dennie, Capt. ret. full pay, } 

^h'F., Barrackmaster at Maidstone .. S 
Wm. Thomas Laird Patterson, Major. 91 F. 
Robert Hockings,'" Capt. r. f. p. R. Marines 
Herbert Russell Manners, Maj. Dei'ot Batt 
Gus. N. K. Anker Yonge, Maj. Depot Bait. 
Thomas L. K. Nelson, Major, 40 Foot 

Robert Dillon, Major, 30 Foot 

Chas. Henry Leslie, iI/r//or,"*h. p. Depot Batt. 
Edward John Holworthy, Major, 14 Foot 
Edw. P. H.Ussher,'2« Capt. r. f. p., R. Uc 
John Felling Pigott,rft*. Unatt. S. O. of Pen. 

John Arthur Gildea, Major, 81 Foot 

Richard Roundell Currer, Major, 96 Foot . . 
James Owen Bovill,'^' Major, Unattached.. 

Robert Bates, Major, 19 Foot 

Henry W^oodbine Parish, Capt., 45 Foot, } 

Assist. Military Secretary at Barbados j 

Robert Portal, Major, 5 Lancers 

Alex. Abercromby Nelson,'^* Crtj:;;;. Unatt., \ 

Assist. Inspector of Volunteers \ 

Edward James Blanckley, Major, 6 Foot . . 
Stonehouse George Bunbury, Capt. Com- \ 

mantling Army Hospital Corps J 

^ James Pollock Gore, Captain, 1 Foot 

Alexander M'Kinstry, Major, 17 Foot .... 

Humphrey Gray, Major, 21 Foot 

William Cosmo Trevor, Major, 14 Foot 

Cha. Raleigh Chichester, Major, Depot Batt. 
Frederick Hammersley, Captain, 14 Foot .. 
Hercules Walker, Major, Rifle Brigade .... 
Robert Hamilton Currie, Major, 39 Foot . . 

William Leckie, Major, 39 Foot 

Robert Blakeney, Major, 48 Foot 

Godfiey W. Hugh Massy,''^ Major, Unatt. . 
Dominic Jacotin Gamble,'^" Major, Unatt., ^ 

Assi'it. Qr. Mr. Gen. at Dover S 

Rob. E. Fazakerley Crauliird, Capt. R. Art. 

Thomas Wickham, Major, 33 Foot 

Thomas Bcckwith Sjjeedy,"' Capt. Unatt., ^ 

Sec. &; Adj. Royal Hibernian School .. J 

John ritokes. Captain, Royal Knyineers 20 Dec. 

Henry Terrick FitzHu-h, Captain, R. Art.. 18 Dec. 
France James Soady, Captalii, Royal Art.. . 1 May 
Joseph Godby, Captain, do , . 1 May 

Fred. StuckUy Savage, Major, 68 Foot 30 Jt 

John Spurway, Captain, Royal .'Vrtilkry .. 6 Auj 
Charles Alex. Boswell Gordon, Major,'GO F. 21 April 
George Stoddart Whitmore, Captain, 62 F.. 23 J: 
Benjamin Bunbury Maiilevcrer, 3£ajor,S8 F. 30 Aug. 

Tliomas Try on, .Major, 7 Foot 12 May 

Francis Edw. Di-ewe, Major, Depot Battalion 17 May 
Charles Robni I Siiervinton,'^' M/y". Unatt. \ 

Brigade Major, Military Tram '. S ^^ • 

George Fred. Dallas, Captain, 46 Foot .... 16 May 

Henry Butler, Major, 67 Foot 2 Mar. 

Charles Le Mesurier Carey, Major, 63 F. . . 13 Au" 
Charles William St. Clair, Captain, 57 Foot 18 July 



ETC. 

27 June 
19 Dec. 
17 Dec. 
19 Dec. 
25 Oct. 



' LIEUT. 

48' 1 Nov. 48 
48 19 Dec. 48 
46 16 April 
48 19 Dec. 48 
22 16 Feb. 26 



18 Sept. 49 21 June 50 

19 Dec. 

19 Dec. 

20 June 
23 May 
20 June 

1 Oct. 



48 19 May 

48 6 Mar. 

49 27 May 
23 May 



30 Dec. 42 



9 July 60 
16 April 50 



12 July 
19 Sept. 
7 Jan. 
•29 June 

31 1-29 Jan. 

38129 Nov. 

38! 16 July 

36-25 Jan. 



22 May 
28 June 

6 Feb. 
22 Feb. 
25 Mar. 
11 Mar. 
31 Mar. 

1 July 
22 May 
28 Dec. 
10 Nov. 

3 Nov. 
■24 Oct. 



13 Jan. 
28 Jan. 
30 April 
27 Sept. 
•20 Oct. 
25 Dec. 

15 Apr. 42 

8 May 45 

15 Mar. 39 

17 Jan. 38 

25 Dec. 38 



1 April 55 

13 April 55 
16 April 55 
15 May 55 
15 June 55 

19 June 55 

29 June 55 
18 Aug. 55 
7 Sept. 55 

14 Sept. 55 
24 Sept. 55 
27 Oct. 55 

29 Dec. 54 



19 
1 
13 
1 
10 
30 
14 
7 

10 

19 

14 

.39520 

48:16 

38 



35 

33 

36 20 Dec. 
39! 25 Sept. 
.3G| 1 July 
42 22 Jan. 
46i 1 Sept. 
42121 April 
42j30 Dec. 



38 
43 
46 
45 

19 April 44 



19 June 
25 Oct. 



14 Feb. 
16 April 
10 Sept. 
2 Feb. 



25 Feb. 45 

1 April 46 
22 Dec, 46 



43 1 April 

45 13 April 

46 29 July 
46-20 Oct. 
46 31 Dec. 
46 28 May 



43 
47 

44 

48 
50 

4-2 6 July 



13 Jul 
21 May 

8 Oct. 

1 Feb. 
•23 Sept. 



28 April 
•23 Mar. 
18 Jan. 
24 Jan. 



May 
Mar. 
Nov. 
Jan. 
July 
Nov. 
April 
Oct. 
Aug. 
Dec. 
April 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Oct. 



30 Nov. 55 



14 Dec. 
1 7 Dec. 

8 Jan. 

15 Jan. 
15 Feb. 
15 Feb. 



46i29 Feb. 



6 Feb. 46 
9 June 46 

31 July 46 

7 Aug. 
30 Dec. 46 



29 Oct. 47 
21 Aug. 49 

15 Feb. .50 
•29 Nov. 50 

6 Dec. 50 
25 April 51 

8 Au2. 51 
10 Feb. 52 

2 April 5: 

2 April 52 

21 May 52 

16 July 5: 

22 Mar. 53 
25 Mar. 53 

17 Feb. 54 



17 Feb. 
17 Feb. 
17 Feb. 
17 Feb. 
10 Mar. 
30 May 

6 June 

7 July 
28 July 54 
21 Sept. 54 

21 Sept. 54 

•22 Sept. 54 

22 Sept. 54 
6 Nov. 54 

6 Nov. 54 

7 Nov. 54 



7 Mar. 56 
20 Mar. 56 
31 Mar. 56 

9 April 50 
15 April 56 
29 April 56 

6 June 56 

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do 

6 June 56 
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1 June 



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' June 56 

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■WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAY. 



4 June 58 



18 Dec. 60 
1 Apr. 56 
16 Nov. 60 

9 Feb. 65 



17 Feb. 54 



Majors. 



88 



ENSIGN, 

ETC. 



LIEUT. 



Edwin Ashley Tucker Steward, Mifjor, 21 F.^lii Mar. 50 2 April 

Frederick Miller, Ciiptain, 80 loot Ui May 4.") 4 A|)ril 

RcKiiiaia Curtis, CV//)/a(«, Koyal Ariiilery..i 1 Oct. 47:iOJui 

Jolin Macdoiiuld Cui>pii';i , Captain, b'J FooiUO Xov. 4:>| S Any. 

Tiiomas Gore, Captain, 88 Foot ! 3 Mar. 4:3! 1!) Feb. 

William James Gillum,'-'- Major, Umitt. . . 14 Feb. 45j '2 .luly 

Frederic Smith ViicliL-r, Captain, 33 Foot . . 8 Dec. 40 -'0 Oct'. 

Charles Pelgue Beitraiu, Captain, 41 Foot . ti Feb. 47J-'2 Feb. 

John Aldriilge, Captain, '1\ Foot 12 April 50-3 April 

Arthur Maxwell Earle, Cuptain, 57 Foot .. 18 Jan. 50|I5 Feb. 

William Po»vell Kicliards, Captain, 11. Art. 1 Oct. 47 30 June 

Algeiuon Breiidon, Captain, do 1 Oct. 47 30 June 

James de Havillaud, Captain, R. .\rtillery. . 1 Oct. 47 30 June 

Edgar Grantham Bredin, t'(iy>/<//M, do ..18 Dec. 47 30 June 

Cha. llarhmd Bell, Capt. CapeM. Itiflemen 24 Mar. 43| 2 Sept. 

Wm. Henry Randolj.h Simpson, Ca;;^. K. Art. 18 Dec. 47:30 June 

>7Cr Mark VVaIk< r, Captain, 3 loot 25 Sept. 401 3 Feb. 

George Aldereon Milmim, Capt. 11. Art. .. It) Dec. 48' 8 Jan. 

Charles Fdward Burt, Of/>/«/«, do ....19 Dee. 48,28 June 

Hazlitt Irvine, Ca/)/a//i, do ....19 Dec. 481 4 Sept 

Shadwell Motley Grylls, Captain, do 19 Dec. 48l 3 Nov. 

^§James Henley,'^-* Capt. ret. full pay, 95 F. (i Jan. 25 28 Nov, 

Nicholas Moore, Capt. ret. f.p. R. Marines. . 15 July 3G 13 Nov, 
Sydney Aug. Capel, Captain, h.p. 51 F. J 
Staff OfficerofPinxionir.<>j^.il.,u Oct ."iS} \ 
Thomas Southwell Brown, Major, bo Foot .il4 Nov 
Edward Cliarles Builer, Captain, 30 Foot . . 13 Jan. 



7 July 37 25 May 
10 May 



Oliver Barker D'Arcy, Major, Cape M. R 
George Bingham Jeniugs, Major, 19 Foot.. 
PiTirick Win. Sydenl-.ara Ross. Major, 35 F. 
(iritTin Nicholas, Capt. ret. full pjy, 5 Foot 
Win. Griffin Sutton, Capt. Uuatt., 'Uidiny \ 
Master, Cavalrt/ Depot at Maidstone.. S 
Henry Stratton Bush, Major, 41 Foot .... 
D. \V. Tench, Capt. h. p. 15 Dr. 5. 0. of P. 31 July 
John Thompson Aslctt,'^* Capt. r.f.p. R.Mar.'u5 April 
Edward Eldridge Haines, Captain, 92 Foot. 20 June 



8 April 
21 July 

9 Nov. 
8 April 34j20 May 

19 Au 



Mar. 
9 Dec. 
4 April 

Sept. 



52 15 Nov. 
40 1 Dec. 
48 13 Dec. 
45 29 Dec. 
47 29 Dec. 

47 29 Dec. 

48 29 Dec. 
50 29 Dec. 

52 29 Dec. 

53 29 Dec. 
48 OJan. 
48 OJan. 
48 13 Jan. 
48 25 Feb. 

44 2 Mar. 

48 1 April 

54 15 May 

49 29 May 
49 29 June 
49 OJuly 
4913 Aug. 

45 25 Aug. 

40 25 .May 

39 30 July 

48 4 Aug. 

41 23 Aug. 
31119 Dec. 
'- 1 July 

10 Jan. 
22 Dec. 



MAJOR. 



54 6 June 
54| do 

54 do 

54 do 

54| do 
54i 6 June 



50 



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do 
do 
do 
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55 1 do 
55^ do 
55, do 
54 24 June 
49 9 July 

44 22 Aug. 

54 19 Sept. 
44 23 Sept. 



42:15 Jan. 47 



10 Mar. 



8 Jan. 
26 Oct. 
12 April 

20 May 

21 June 



23 Mar. 

24 Dec. 

25 Sept. 
15 Mar. 



Richaril ,\i;dersoii, Captain, 50 Foot 

Henry Loftus, Major, 71 Foot 

Richard John Ross O'Conor, Major, 17 F. . 

Richard Rocke, Major, 12 Foot 

Edw. Buri;oyne Cureton, Capt. 12 Lancers.. 
Henry Charles Fitzgerald, Major, 33 Foot .i25 Sept. 
Horaiio Haibord .Morant, Major, 08 Foot . . 20 A 
Wm. Pole Collingwood, Captain, 21 Foot.. 
Hopton Ba<sttt Scott, Captain, 9 Foot .... 

Joshua Grant Crosse, Captain, 88 Foot 

Fred. Cherburgh Bligli, Captain, 41 Foot .. 
Alexander J. J. Macdonald.'" Capt. Unatt. .:"^3 April 

Coote Bulltr,'^ Capt. Unatt |13 July 

Fred. Ernest Appleyard, Major, Depot Batl.jU June 
Wm. L. Sayer,"' ('apt. r. f. p. U. Marines.. 14 Nov. 
P. Day Stoke*. Capt. h.p.4 F., S.O. o/Pe/w. 22 Oct. 

Joseph Salis, Major, Military Train 10 May 

17 (I Thomiui De Coiircy Hamilton,'^"' il/r^/J. } J„q g . 

Unatt. Brigade Major, Ionian Islandx \ ' ' ' 

Charles Thomas Ve>ev Bunbury, .!/«>/•, 82 F.'30 O*^'. 

Peter John Macdonald, Major, 2 \V. I. R.. . 25 Oct. 

Henry Prim Hutton,"" Major, Unatt I 9 Nov. 

Robert Daunt,'*' Major, Unatt j28 July 

John Simeon Fra. Dick,'" 3/rt>r, Unatt ...jl I Dec. 

Henry Jai". Buchanan, Major, \) Foot il4 June 

Henry Jackson Parkin Bo(jth, ^/ojor, 43 F. 11 June 
William Lacy, Capt. Uuatt , ^'. O. of Pins\M April 

Robert Maun?ell, Major, 85 Foot 24 June 

Thomas Martin, Major, 4 Foot '27 May 

Henrv Joseph Coote,>" Co/;/, h.p. 18 F. ..23 Sipt. 
G. B.'Stoncv, Capt. h.p. 2(l F., S.O.of Pins.yji May 
Tho. Baker Pleydell,'" Capt. r.f.p.R. Mar. . 1 Nov. 
Charles Fred. liervey, Captain, Uuatt ' 2 Nov. 



50 2(! Nov. 
28. 2 Dec. 
32I1ON0V. 
35j 1 Feb. 
41, 7 April 
41: 4 Aug. 
39 1 Feb. 
42; 8 Nov. 
39 19 Dec. 
40| 9 Oct. 
44I 3 Nov. 
47! 15 Nov. 
47128 Mar. 
4(i|30 Aug. 
50 25 June 
471 11 Nov. 
47|12 Oct. 
501 1 2 Oct. 
.H4 Nov. 
33 13 Jan. 
44 8 Jan. 

42j 10 April 

38 20 Dec. 

39 18 June 
43 -'5 Dec. 
40' 10 Aug. 
47 19 AjTiil 
50 15 July 
47 9 Aug. 
2(::io Aug. 
42 28 .Mar. 
30 27 Oct. 
30 17 Sept. 
30 11 Jan. 
33; 3 Oct. 
32 30 Dec. 



4/ 
53 
49 
45 

13 April 55 



24 Nov. 

1 Oct. 
1 7 May 

3 April 
43|29 Dec. 
43:22 Dec. 
42|30 Nov. 
44| 8 Mar. 
43(31 Jan. 
42! 2 Jan. 

40 21 Oct. 
50,28 July 
51 1 4 Aug. 
44 30 Aug. 
52 15 Sept. 
61 29 Dec. 
62|29 Dec. 
52j29 Dec. 
40! 9 Mar. 
38l 8 Nov, 
47| 7 Aug. 

47129 Dec. 

40! 10 Feb. 

41 20 Mar. 
45' OJuuc 

42 29 Dec. 
5(1 25 Jan. 
63 15 June 
5o|29 July 
27 1 Dec. 
45] 7 Nov. 
39 5 Dec. 
39i 7 Dec. 
3!)|l9 Dec. 
38,17 May 
34123 Mer. 



30 Sept. 

30 Sept. 
17 Oct. 
24 Oct. 

31 Oct. 56 



7 Nov. 

8 Dec. 
11 Dec. 
20 D( c. 
20 Dec. 
26 Dec. 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

20 Dec. 

-0 Dec. 

20 Dec. 
2 Feb. 
4 Feb. 

20 Feb. 



WHEN 
PLACKD ON 
riALF PAY. 



1 May 46 



13 April 55 
23 May 61 



13 Mar. 
1 Apiil 
1 Apiil 
1 April 
] April 
1 April 
3 April 

14 April 
28 April 
12 May 
10 .May 

441 4 June 
48 10 June 
45| 9 July 



50|26 Nov. 58 

50 3 June 59 

50 

57 

57 

27 Nov. 67 



8 April 59 
8 April 59 
8 April 59 



Dec. 44 



1 July .W 
17 Sept. 60 



57126 Oct. 40 



89 



Major 

ENSIGN, 
ETC. 



R. S. O'Brien, Cnpt. li.p. 36 F., S.O. of Pens 
Henry Jlarsli, Major, 3 Dragoon Guards . . 
Francis Hutchinson Synge, Major, 43 Foot . 

Tom Benson, Major, 66 Foot 

Richard Barrett,'^^ Captain, ret.iaW pay, \ 

Depot Batt. {QM. SO Oct. 35) S 

^(ff Gronow Davis, Captain, Royal Artillery 
Rt. F. Middlemore, Capt-Vu^t. S.O. of Pens. 

John Borrow, Major, 1 8 Foot 

Septimus Lystcr, Major, 94 Foot 

John Henry Dickson, Major, 51 Foot .... 
Sir Geo. Abercr. Robinson, Bt., Mnj., 22 F. 
Ho7i. Emeliiis J. Weld Forester,'" C«7J^ Unat. 

Alexander Tayler, Major, 9 Foot 

Prideaux William Gillum, Captain, .54 Foot 
James Handasyde Edgar, 3Iajor, 69 Foot . . 
Stanhope Mason Gildea, Major, Unattached 
H. M. Smyth, Capt.,\^. p.44 F., S. of Pens. 
Fred. Gordon Christie, Capt. Unatt. do. . . 

William Lvon?, Major, 5 Foot 

17 (ir. Thomas Esmonde,'^^ Ca})t. h. p. 18 Foot 

Henry John Kina, Major, 3 Foot 

William James Hutchins, Major, 12 Foot . . 
Richard Wollaston Gierke, Major, 26 Foot 
Alfred Knight.''^ Captain, Unalt., Toicm } 

Major at Quebec ) 

William Temple Parratt, Captain, Unatt. . . 
VOL Christ. Cha. Teesdale, CB., Capt. , R. Art. 
Edwin Gieim Daniell, Captain, 8 Foot.. .. 

William Brookes, Captain, 75 Foot 

Georpe E ^ward Baynes, Caj)tain, 8 Foot . . 
Tho. Robert Drummond Hay, Cajyt. 78 Foot 
Alexander William Gordon, Major, 61 Foot. . 
Andrew John Macpherson, Captain, 24 Foot 
Wm. Edw. Durand Deacon, Capt. 61 Foot i 3 
Thomas Clement Dunbar, Captain, 75 Foot' 1 
Henry Edw. Hillman Burnside, Capt. 61 F. 27 
Charles Doyle Patterson, Captain, 10 Foot :2l 
John Millar Bannatyne, Captain, 8 Foot . . il7 
George Charles Syn'ge, Captain, 52 Foot ..:16 
Henry Francis Williams, Caj)tain, 60 Foot 19 
John Robert Wilton, CajHain, 60 Foot . . . .-29 
Seymour John Blane, Captain, 52 Foot, \ 

Brigade Major at Quebec J 

Richard Freer, Major, 27 Foot 22 

Richard Daws..n,'"> Capt. Ii. p. Staff Corps 21 
Charles Potts Rosser, Captain, G Dr. Gds. . 8 
Charles Kenrick Crosse, Cajytain. 52 Foot.. 12 
R. E.G. Drury Lowe, Lt. 8^ Capt. Gr. Gds.'l7 
John Robertson Turnbull, Captain, 13 Foot'14 

William Kelty M'Lcod, Major, 74 Foot ! 6 

John Higgin Graham, Major, 22 Foot .. . .: 6 
Herbert George Bowden, Major, 22 Foot . .130 
Edmond William Sargent, Major, 18 Foot..;18 

John B. Flanagan, Major, 81 Foot ! 8 

Charles Durie, Captain, Unattached I 1 

Thomas Anderson, M({jor, 64 Foot 116 

John Cheiham M'Lood, Major, 42 Foot. . . .I2I 
Harvey Wellesley Pole Welinan, A/ff>r,86F.| 2 
Henry F. Saunders, Capt. 3 W. India Regt. 30 

Robert Mockler, Major, 64 Foot 12 

Winter Goode, Captain, 64 Foot .". . '26 

Henry Francis, Captain, (U Foot '23 

Alfred Picton Bowlby, Captain, 64 Foot . . .31 

Charles Thompson, Captain, (14 Foot 19 

George Robert Hopkins, tV/;j^,;«, .'■>3 Foot ..^'d 
Dominick !<ai>field Greene, Captain, R. Art.l 1 
Charles Edward Mansfield, ">' Major, Unatt ! 1 
Erskine Scott F. (i. Dawson. Captain, 93 Ftjos 
Cornelius Cha. Rolleston, Captain, 84 Foot '20 

Bendyshe Walton, Captain, 38 Foot \Q 

George Newton Fendall, Captain,53 Foot ..111 



Nov. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Nov. 



13 June 45 



Dec. 

Dec. 

Feb. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

July 

Dec. 

June 

Oct. 

Oct. 

April 

June 

Apr. 

Jan. 

Nov. 

Aug. 

Dec. 

Apr. 



19 Aug. 
12 May 

9 June 

8 Aug. 45 30 Mar. 49 

14 Aug. 48 6 June 54 



18 April 45 
7 June 50 
17 Oct. 61 



I 

18 June 12 



30 June 
12 July 
23 Feb. 
18 Aug. 
20 May 
14 Aug. 
9 April 

30 July 

31 Dec. 
28 June 

11 May 
20 Mar. 
20 Jidy 

12 Sept. 
7 June 

45 23 April 
36 2 Dec. 
44 22 Dec. 



48 25 Feb. 
39' 19 May 



44| 1 Aj^ril 47 

48 



17 July 
24 July 

24 July 

25 Aug. 



28 Aug. 5: 

28 Aug. 
5 Se])t. 
18 Sept. 
18 Sept. 



411 6 Oct 

42il5Mar. 53118 Sept 

4Gjll Dec. 

38' 23 May 

41J23 May 

47 4 Aug. 

39 29 Jan. 

.•3 O I 1 1 



38 19 May 
35 1 24 May 
38'']0 May 
43 8 Mar. 



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June 

Oct. 

Jan. 

July 

Aug. 

Mar. 

April 

June 

April 

Dec. 

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Dec. 

Jan. 

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9 June 
22 Apr. 

7 Sept. 
16 Sept. 
12 Dec. 

5 Nov. 

3 May 
26 July 
26 Jan, 
31 Mar. 
26 July 

4 Oct. 
10 Jan. 

46 14 Apr. 
431 20 Dec. 
381 3 Dec. 



6 Apr. 
12 Nov. 
20 Dec. 

7 Apr. 



14 Feb. 14 16 Sept. 45 



49 24 Oct. 
53{l4 Jan. 
38,25 Nov. 
3628 Jan. 
43J17 Oct. 
4l'l7 Nov. 
44|29 Dec. 
441I4 Jan. 
44j28 July 
43 25 Apr. 



28 June 50 9 Oct. 54 



46 13 Dec. 
41 14 Apr. 

41 3 Apr. 
50 15 Oct. 
50 27 Feb. 
48i 4 May 
45 31 July 
42 1 7 Mar. 
41i30 Mav 
4li-i6July 
31|28 Aug. 
34 6 July 
34 29 Dec. 
46! 1 7 Nov. 
36i28 Dec. 
36127 Dec. 
43:12 Jan. 
44I28 Aug. 
43i|4Scpt. 
45 12 Mar. 
4') 2 Juno 
39 26 July 
46i 9 Nov. 
48' 8 Aug. 
45 11 June 

42 7 July 
48i 8 Feb. 
46, 4 May 



2 Sept. 
15 Mar. 
22 Apr. 
27 May 

3 Mar. 
14 July 



49 23 Mar. 
43122 Dec. 
46 26 June 



15 Apr. 

8 Jan. 
II Jan. 

24 Sept. 
7 May 

22 Feb. 
42J25 May 
3.5 11 Nov. 
38 9 Jan. 
37 22 Aug. 
48129 Dec. 
38' 9 Jan. 

18 Apr. 

9 May 

25 June 
15 Mar. 
15 Jlar. 

48 28 Oct. 
44| 7 Nov. 
46 17 Feb. 
51J29 Dec. 
52 29 Dec. 
45 2 Feb. 
50 8 Jan. 

49 7 Nov. 



25 Sept. 
■26 Sept. 
21 Oct. 

11 Nov. 
17 Nov. 
24 Nov. 

26 Nov. 

12 Dec. 
26 Dec. 
29 Dec. 
31 Dec. 

8 Jan. 
8 Jan 

11 Jan. 58 

15 Jan. 58 
15 Jan. 58 
19 Jan. 58 
19 Jan. 58 
19 Jan. 58 

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do 

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do 



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19 Jan. 

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do 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAY. 



19 April 60 



9 Nov. 65 



5 Mav. 68 



7 Oct. 59 
19 April 50 
9 Apr. 47 

9 Oct. 67 



16 Sept. 45 
4 Sept. 60 



27 Jan. 

5 Mar. 

53 5 Mar. 

531 9 Mar. 

45 13 Mar. 

46 16 Mar. 
48'l6 Mar. 
64I16 Mar. 
4C 22 Mar. 

51 24 Mar. 
5124 Mar. 

52 24 Mar. 

53 do 
53 do 
53 24 Mar. 
63! do 
54I do 
54;24 Mar. 
541 do 
55| do 
56 i do 
66| do 



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68 



68 

58 

58 

58 

68 

58 22 Oct. 

58 

58 

68 

58 

68 

68 



Majors. 



90 



William Rudman, Captain, 3i Foot ..... 

Hiowiiiiig Drew, Captiiln, lb Foot , 

I'C Samuel Hill Lawrence, Captain, 26 F 

David O'Drieii, Captain, 84 Foot , 

William Henry Petty Meava, Captain, 6 Foot 
Henry Andrew Sarel, Captain, 17 Lancors 
John Edmondstounc, Captain, H2 Foot . . . 
Charles Mar.-iliall Foster, Captain, 32 Foot. 
Louis Howe Bazal;,'ette, Major, 2-t Foot. . . 
John ^I'Court, Major, Military Train .. . 
Robert William Romer, Major, 50 Foot. . . 
Cliailes Kendal Buslie, Captain, b'd Foot . 
William Francis Footc, Captain, U. Jlarines 
Guy Rotton, Captain, Royal Artillery .... 
Geo. Edttd. Owen Jackson, Capt., R. Marine 

John Henry Lutnian, Major, 24 Foot 

George Kiiijr. Major, Depot Uattaliou .... 

Henry Pratt Gore, Major, G Foot 

Edward Buller Thorp, Major, 89 Foot 

William Lawts Peto, Major, 13 Foot 

Fred. Fietelier Vane, Captain. 23 Foot 

Geort;e Richard Browne, Captain, 9:% Foot . 
Godfiey Cooper, Major, .Military Train .... 

Gibbes Ri-aud, Major, 60 Foot 

Henry Call Lodder, Major, 47 Foot 

James Johnston, Major, 8 loot 

Y€ Alexander Roberts Dunn, 3Iaj., 100 F, 
W. Lce,'^- Capt. V. f. p. 6 F. ( y..V. 28 June 44) 

John Walpol; D'Oyly, Major, 1 1 Foot 

Francis P. Cassidy, Captain, 34 Foot .... 
Ciiardin Philip Johnson, Captain, 9 Lancer? 

John Forster,'" Major, Unatt 

Thomas Hugh Cockburn, Captain, 43 Foot 
Charles John William Norman, Major, 1-2 F. 
F. Montaigne M. Ommanncy, Capt. R. Art. 
Edmund Palmer, Captain, Royal Artillery. 
Fred. Dobson Middlcton, Captain, 20 Foot 
Keith Ramsay Maitland, Major, 70 Foot. . . . 
Alexander ^lackenzie, Captain, 78 Foot .. 
John Everett Thrin^', Captain, R. Artillery. . 
^^ illiam M'Mahon, Captain, 14 Light Drgs. 

Hufth Maurice Jones, Major, 73 Foot 

William Henry Kerr, Captain, 13 Foot .... 
Alexander C<Kkburn M'Barnet, Maj., 79 F. 
Charles Craufurd Eraser, Major, 11 Hussars. 
Arthur Need, Captain, 14 Light Dragoons 
Archibald Richard Harenc, Major, 53 l\ . . 
Charles Edw. Johns, Ca2)t., Military Train 
Wm. Gustavus Alex. Middleton, Maj., 93 F. 

John Maguire, Captain, CO Foot 

Horatio Page Vance, Captain, 38 Foot .... 
Cha. Fred. Young, Captain, RoysJ Artillery 

Henry Foster, Captain, 93 Foot 

Jervoise Clarke Jervoise, Major, 23 Foot .. 
Fred. William Burroughs, Captain, 93 Foot 

Charles Darby, Captain, 8G Foot 

Arthur James Nixon, Captain, Rifle Brigade 
Hon. Charles John Addinaton, Cajit. 38 F. 
Henry Holford Stevenson,'^* i\/<yor, Uuatt. 

John Dr\sdale, Major, 42 Foot 

James Heme Wade, Captain, 53 Foot .... 
Robert Crosse Stewart, Captain, 35 Foot . . 
Win. Drummond Scrasc Dickius, Maj. 20 F. 
William Hicks Slade, Captain, 5 Lancers . . 
Hen. Rich. Lcgu'e Newdigate, Capt. Rifle Br. 
Henry Lynch Talbot, Captain, R. Artillery, 
//on. Lewis Wat>.on Milles, Capt. Rifle lir. 
YC Henry Wilmot, Captain, Uiflo Brigade 

Maxwell Lcpper, Captain, 14 Foot 

Martin Dillon, Captain, Rifle Brigade .. .. 
William Tedlie, Captain, GO Foot 



ENSIQN, 
ETC. 



LIEUT. 



22 Dec. 45|I1 Feb. 

7 Mar. 4.j| 8 Jan. 

12 Dec. 47|2-J Feb. 
22 Nov. 44,20 May 
24 Dec. 4Gi 5 Dec. 

13 July 47 15 Dec. 
15 Oct. 501 5 Jan. 
18.\pr. 51,14 Apr. 
20 Juno 38 24 Sept. 

1 Jan. 43 1 July 

30 Sept. 3G;15 Jan. 

14 April 43114 April 4(1 



15 May 57 24 Mar. 58| 
13 June 57 

1 July 57 
21 July 

4 Sept, 
18 Sc|.t, 

2 Oct. 
2G Nov, 

7 Apr. 
Sept 



1 Aug. 3 

17 Juno 43 

27 Deo. 42 

8 Jan. 41 

19 Oct. 3b 

21 July 43 

12 June 40 

10 May 44 
17 Oct. 51 
17 June 51 
27 June 45 

11 June 41 
15 Jan. 41 

7 June 39 

28'juVy"4G 

17 Sept. 41 

25 Nov. 28 

14 .Mar. 45 



401 - Feb. 

11 May 

IG Nov. 

July 



Nov. 



20 Mar. 41 

5 April 45 
27 July 47 
16 June 43 

7 Feb. 40 
10 June 40 2*; Nov 

2 Feb. 49 11 Mar. 
■JG June 4(i 8 Feb. 

3 June 54-23 Mar. 
4 '24 Apr. 



48 30 Mar. 58 
5130 Mar. 58 
40 13 April 68 
40 13 April 58 
49l do 
l! do 



11 Aug. 
2 Apr. 
2G July 
19 Apr. 
13 May 



1 Mar. 551 do 

14 Jan. 4917 Apr. 58 

47 30 Apr. 58 

52| G May 58 
53 9 May 

21 May 58 
4 Juno 58 
4 June 58 

16 Juno 58 

22 June 58 
26 June 58 



4 Aug. 
16 Aug. 



19 Sept. 48 
21 Apr. 

10 May 



46 



2G Dec 

6 Sept. 43 15 June 49 

13 Dec. 31110 Nov. 4b 

14 Apr. 4G 19 Apr. 50 
5 Aug. 4:)l 3 Sept. 47 22 Nov. 50 
G Mar. 40,15 Apr. 42J 9 Sept. 51 



8 Nov. 
20 Dec. 
iO Dec. 
30 Dec. 
4 July 45 2 
7 Feb. 40 
19 Dec. 44 
26 Nov. 42 
22 Apr. 40 
51 July 46 



44i 8 Oct. 471 7 Oct. 
43 3 Sept. 451 2 Jan. 
43| 4 Sept. 45 14 Jan. 



9 Aug. 42,28 Nov 
3 Dec. 47] 14 June 50 
13 Oct. 30|I7 June 4; 
15 Apr. 42 25 Apr. 41 
26 June 46j27 July 4! 

24 July 40 3 Aug. 40 
7 Feb. 40 4 July 43 
3 Dec. 47 20 Dec. 50 
2 May 47 30 Juno 48 

25 Nov. 45] 9 June 48 
13 June 50 9 May 51 
)1 Mar. 48)23 Sept. 51 

6 Sept. 39130 July 42 
)0 Apr. 47,31 Oct. 51 
10 Aug. 50 30 July 52 
29 June 40 24 Dec. 52 
22 June 47,12 Oct. 

2 Feb. 49 24 Feb. 



42|18Aug. 48] 6Julv 52 
July 40 24 Dec. 52 

8 Apr. 42 15 Mar. 53 
1 Apr. 4619 Mav 53 
6 Nov. 40j27 May 53 

9 Aug. 50 1 July 53 
24 Jan. 5l|l3 Jan. 54 

45 10 ]Mar. 54 
21 Apr. 54 
I Juno 54 
6 June 54 
6 June 54 
6 June 54 

20 June 54 
4 Aug. 54 

13 Sept. 54 

21 Sept. 54 
21 Sept. 54 
10 Nov. 54 

19 Dec. .34 

20 Dec. 54! 
52J29 Dec. 54; 
52 29 Dec. 
52I12 Jan. 
54] 2 Feb. 

25 Oct. 42 IG Sept. 45 7 Feb. 
19 Aug. 5l| 7 June 54 20 Feb. 
19 Mar. 47,23 May 48i 9 Mar. 55| 
16 Sept. 51 1 GJune 54 23 Mar. 55! 
18 Dec. 47 30 June 48J 1 Apr. 55| 
28 April 48 20 June 5riO April 55, 
29 -May 4017 Oct. 51 1 I.May 55 
13 Aug. 47 23 Feb. 49.25 Sept. 55, 
18 Mar. 43! 14 Nov. 44| 2 Nov. 6.J 
5 May 48 13 April 52 25 Jan. 50 



20 June 58 
29 June 68 
2 July 58 
13 July 68 
20 July 68 
20 July 
20 July 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 

do 



58 

58 18 Feb. 59 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
54|20 July 
55, do 
55] do 
5.01 do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



5ol 



23 Oct. 00 



91 



majors. 



Win. HowK'y Goodenough, Cajyt. R. Artillery 

Godfrey Clerk, Caplain, Rifle Brigade 

Thomas Bott, Captain, 6 Dragoon Guards . 
Hon. Ivo de Vesci Edw.Twisleton Wykeham ^ 

Fiennes, Major, 7 Plussars S 

VdL C. Walker Heueage, Maj. 8 Hussars .. 

Robert Poorc, Captain, 8 Hussars 

Henry Buck, Captain, 53 Foot 

VdL Herbert Taylor ]Macpherson, Capt. 82 F. 

Henry Scott, Captain, 18 Hussars 

James D. Cowell, Mcf^r, 6 Dragoons 

Edmund D'Arcy Hunt, Major, G Dragoons. 
VC James Leitli, Captain, '2 Dragoons.... 

Charles Parker Catty, 3Iajor, 6 Foot 

Taylor Lambard Mayne,'=' Major, Unatt. . . 
\Valt.\VelsfordLilliciap,'*«C^;j!^.r.f.p.R.Mar. 
Fred. Biseoe Tritton, Major, Depot Battalion 

Henry Kent, Major, 77 Foot 

Spier Hugbes, Major. 84 Foot 

Penrose Charles Penrose, Capt. R. Marines . 
Thomas Valentine Cooke, Capt. do. 
John Charles Downie i^Iorrison, Capt. do. 
Charles John Ellis, Captain, Royal Marines 

Walter Pownall, Major, 3 Foot 

Francis Douglas Grey, Major, 63 Foot .... 

William Agg, Major, 51 Foot 

Henry Miles Stapylton,iI/rt/o7-, 2 Dr. Guards 

F. T. Meik, Captain, Unatt., S. O. of Pens. 
Arthur A'C. Fisher, Captain, R. Engineers 
IJCHowardCraufurdElphinstone do do 
Arthur Leahy, Captain, Royal Engineers . . 
John Clayton Cowell, Captain, Royal Eng.. 
Kenneth M. Moffatt, Maj. Canadian Rifles 

Charles Clapcott, Major, 32 Foot 

James Grime, CV/^jfwi/i, retired full pay, 99 F. 
James Waddell-Boyd, Captain, \\. p'. U \ 

Foot, Staff Officer of Pensioners ] 

John Atkinson, Major, 89 Foot 

William Corbett, Major, Unattached 

Chu. Win. Meadowes Payne, Caj)t. Unatt. . 
Geo. Bayly, Capt. Unatt., S. O. of Pens... 
Thomas Edmonds Mnlock, Major, 70 Foot 
Digby St. Vincent Hamilton, Captain, \ 

Unatt., Staff Officer of Pensioners ^ I 

William Pilsworth, Cajytain, Unatt., Staff I 

Officer of Pensioners i 

Cha. Edw. Stuart Gleig, Capt., U Foot .. 

G. W. Raikes, Capt. h.p. 76 F., S.O. of Pens. 
James Montagu Brown, Captain, 93 Foot . . 
B. B. Keane, Capt. Unatt., ,S\ O. of Pens. 
Hercules Atkin Welman, il/ryo?-, Depot Batt. 
LordGco. J. Manners, Capt. R. Horse Gds. 
Thomas Andrews Rawlins, Staff Captain, \ 

Invalid Depot at Chatham J 

•Saverio Gatt, Major, Roy. Malta Fencibles 
Tlio. Hare, Capt., Cape Mounted Riflemen. 
Fred. Campbell, C«;j^., Cape M. Riflemen . 
Rich. D'Oyly Fletcher, Ca/?^. 1 W.India Reg t. 
Edm. Y. Walcott Henderson, Capt. R. Eng. 
G. F. Moore, Capt. Unatt., S. O. of Pens. 
Balcarres Dalrymple Wardlaw Ramsay, I 

Capt. Unatt., L>ep. Assist. Qr. Mas. Gen. J 
•Felice Rizzo, Capt. Royal Malta Fencibles. 
Jas. Delamain Mends, Capt.2\X. India Regt 
George Hu'.:lies Mcssitir, CnjjtaJn, G9 Foot . 

Thomas Tydd, Captain, 7f! I'oot 

James Florence Murray. Major, 83 Foot .. 
Henry Macmanus Sail, Captain, 37 Foot .. 
Rupert Barber Dcering, Major, Depot Bait. 
John Bayly, Captain, Royal Engineers .... 
Algernon Robinson Sewell, Mtyor, 15 Foot. 



19 Dec. 
5 Dec. 

18 April 

■22 Nov. 

19 Aug. 

5 Dec. 
28 July 

28 Feb. 
12 May 

18 July 

29 Oct. 

4 May 
2 May 

6 Aug. 
1 Nov. 

22 Mar. 

8 Aug. 
31 Dec. 

19 Dee. 

7 July 
18 Oct. 
16 Mar. 

6 Dec. 

9 May 
15 Oct. 

6 Dec. 
1 Nov. 
1 Oct. 

18 Dec. 
27 June 

19 June 

5 Nov. 
18 April 
15 Jan. 



22 Oct. 

23 Nov. 
1 Aug. 

10 Feb. 
18 Mar. 



May 33 



1 June 
14 Dec. 
17 April 

8 May 
17 Jan. 
20 Oct. 



26 Jan. 

27 Mar. 
2 Mar. 

21 Apr. 
16 June 
25 Oct. 



15 Jan. 
3 Nov. 

15 June 
3 June 

28 Nov. 

8 Dec. 

3 Mar. 
19 Mar. 

16 Feb. 



1 April 51 
25 Mar. 53 
9 Mar, 55 



3 Sept, 
19 Jan. 
22 Feb. 
13 July 

22 Feb. 
17 May 

19 Oct. 
27 May 

Jan, 

20 Dec. 

16 June 
8 May 

23 Aug. 
8 Apr. 

3 July 
27 July 
27 July 

21 Dec. 
Oct. 

13 Aug. 
19 May 
11 Mar. 

4 May 

5 July 

11 Nov. 

17 Feb. 
17 Feb. 

2 April 

12 June 
8 June 



23 Feb. 56 

29 June 56 

22 Aug. 66 

3 Mar. 57 



54 12 May 
65 1 7 Sept. 

46 29 Sept. 

48 6 Oct. 
50 26 Feb. 

37 9 June 

49 15 Sept. 
53 27 July 

47 26 Aug. 
42 2 Oct. 

38 17 May 
46 23 Sept. 

27 Sept. 
15 Mar. 
22 Sept. 
19 Dec. 
21 Feb. 
14 July 

6 Dec. 

4 Nov. 



13 Feb. 



53] 11 July 56 
32, 3 April 46 
56 
56 
57 
68 
54 



2 May 38 

17 Jan. 51 

31 Jan. 40 

21 June 31 

17 April 30 

29 Nov. 39 

30 Nov. 37 



23 Feb. 
20 April 
2 Dec. 

22 Sept. 
29 Dec. 

23 July 52 

24 Nov. 57 

1 May 46 

4 Aug. 54 

19 June 46 

29 Dec. 35 

May 46 

May 46 

Nov. 46 



18 Mar. 

24 June 
23 Oct. 
14 Oct. 
11 Jan. 
16 Mar. 
4 Aug. 

29 Dec. 

31 July 
6 Nov. 
16 Feb. 

19 Apr. 
1 Apr. 
9 Nov. 



9 Nov. 

9 Nov. 
22 Dec. 
1 Jan. 
8 Jan. 
3 Feb. 
5 Feb, 



46 
46 
47 
47 
47 
47 

6 Feb. 47 

12 Feb. 47 
1 Apr. 47 
1 Apr. 47 
9 Apr. 47 

22 Apr. 47 



41121 May 47 
5 Aug. 42 25 June 47 



27 Oct. 
26 Oct. 
29 Sept. 
19 Oct. 

7 Jan. 

1 Sept. 

17 Oct. 
16 Sept. 

18 Sept. 



20 July 47 
29 July 47 
3 Sept. 47 
3 Sept. 47 
14 Nov. 47 
12 Sept. 48 
8 June 49 
3 Sept. 47 
28 June 60 



WHEN 
MAJOR. P«;,\f°,ON 



20 July 
do 
do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

20 July 

26 July 
do 

28 July 

30 July 
6 Aug. 

24 Aug. 
do 
do 

10 Sept. 

15 Sept. 
do 
do 
do 

17 Sept. 
do 

17 Sept. 
do 

22 Sept. 

do 
do 

23 Sept. 

23 Sept. 

24 Sept. 
26 Sept. 

5 Oct. 



10 Oct. 58 

13 Oct. 
16 Oct. 
26 Oct. 
26 Oct. 



58 
58 

Aug. 68 



58 
58 
58 12 Not. 52 

58 



26 Oct. 



26 Oct. 58 



26 Oct. 

26 Oct. 
do 

26 Oct. 
do 
do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
26 Oct. 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
1 Nov. 
12 Nov. 



68 



.30 June 57 



20 Apr. 60 
24 Sept. 41 
5 June 62 



30 Nov. 66 
.30 Nov. 65 

27 Dec. 60 
10 Aug. 65 



9 Oct. 65 



Majors. 



92 



ETC. 



Geo. Lynedoch Carinicliatl, Cnpl.,[)5 Foot 
Godfrey Kliodes,'" Major, Unatlaclied .... 
Win. Charles Vanderspar.Crt/J^.Ci-y Ion Rifles 
Robert Prescott Harrison, Captiihi, 37 Foot 
Charles James Orton Swaftield, Major, 'M F. 
Arthur Charles Parker, Captain, 71 Foot ..| 
^'(»• William Gordon, jOrt;Y.,t^rt;^^. 17 Lancer? 

Cecil Rice, Captain, li Foot 

John Henry St. John, Captain, 9'i Foot .. 
George Gooch Clowes, Captain, 8 Hussars.. 
Daniel H.Mackinnon,0;;j^.,Uiiatt.,^'.(?.o/7'. 

Jolm .Swaine Ho-rsre, Major, o Foot 

Edm. Manninglium Buller, Maj. Rifle Biitr. 
Mehster Tliomas Gordon, Major, (iU Foot . . 
Geo. Rand,'^* Captain, r. f. )). Invalid Depot 
Chris. Monteith Hamilton, Captain, U"i Fool 

Barclay Thomas, Major, 27 Foot 

Hon. Wm. Leopold Talbot,'^" il/fl/or, Unatt. 



I.IEUT. 



n Die. 44 

20 May 4-J 

T.Cochrane, Major, Go\d Coast Art. Corps 25 .Vpril 4o 



15 Dec. 48 22 Oct. 

19 Mar. 41 25 June 
IC Auj;. 39 9 Oct. 
28 Jul V 40 17 Juno 
27 Feb. 4(!21 Jan. 

4 Mar. 42 IG Feb. 
14 June 50 18 Julv 
1 Dec. 48 2 Aug. 

20 Nov. 46 23 Nov. 
1 1 Mar. 53 19 Jan. 

1 July 30 23 Mar. 
4 June 43| 9 Nov. 
11 Oct. 45 24 Sept. 
1 Dec. 4(.jl2Sept. 
8 Mar. 31'|I7 May 
3 Feb. 4;!!27 Sept. 

19 Nov. 
2G Jan. 

9 Jan. 
4 July 
1 July 

8 Nov. 
16 Dec. 
It) Dec. 
15 Feb. 

4 Jan. 

30 Au-. 
G Feb. 

31 Oct. 

9 Feb. 
4 April 

!5 Dec. 
11 Sept. 

20 June 
19 June 
15 April 

3 April 

15 Jan. 
2G July 
1 1 April 
30 April 



WllF.N 
CAPTAIN. MAJOR. PLACED 0> 



3 Sept. 3 
2 Oct. 40 

29 Mav 49 

17 April 42 

25 Oct. 42 

17 Oct. 51 

10 Sept. 39 

7 Oct. 3(i 

17 Mar. 3^ 

8 May 4( 
24 April .35 

18 June 4 

29 Dec. 3 
31 Dec. 4 

30 Oct. 4 
5 Sept. 4 

23 Aug-. 8 

4 Aug. 4 

14 June 4. 



16 July 
25 Feb. 



T. Smith, Captain, Unutt., 5. O. of Pms 
J. Chester, C«;j?.,h.p.\'k.Chass.6'!(9.i-'6>H». 

Thomas Nisbet, Major, 1 Dr. Gds 

James Arthur Gore, Major, 71 )V>ot 

E. J. Charter, Major, Depot Batt 

H. A. Trevelyan, Major, 7 Hussars 

Wm. B. Tho. Rider,'«o Capt., r. f. p. R. Mar 
C. Pattison, Capt., h.p. 5G F., S. 0. of Pens. 

Thomas Peebles, Major, 1 1 Foot 

Frank Chaplin, Major, 3 Dr. Gds 

J. E. Sharp, Capt., h.p. 1 F. N. O. of Pens 

Robert B. M'Cren, Capt., R. Artillery 

Thomas 'IVulon, Major, 35 Foot 

Fitzroy Geo. Smiih, Major, 7 Dr. Gds 

Aug. Barnard Hankey, Major, 83 Foot .... 

Henry C. Jlarriott, Major, 82 Foot 

Geo. Edm. Halliday, Captain, 82 Foot .... 
John B. Thelwall, CB. Captain, 24 Foot .. 
Samuel PetersJarvis,C«;j^rt(«, h.p.82 Foot ) 

Adjutant of Staff" College ) 

Geo. Samuel Young, Captain, 80 Foot 

Wm. Roberts Farniar, Capt. of a Comp. ^ 

of Gent. Cadets, li. Mil. College S 

F. Van Straubenzee, Captain, 13 F^oot .... 
Geo. Murray Miller, Captain, 79 Foot .... 

Robert Stacy Colls, Captain, 32 Foot 

Bevil Granville, Captain, 23 Foot 

Fra. Edw. Cox, Captain, R. Engineers .... 

John .M'C. Cami-bell, Captain, R. Art 

E. C. D. Radcliffe, Captain, 88 Foot 

Geo. Henry J. Heigham, Captain, 23 Foot 
Thomas Casey Lyons, Major, 20 Foot .... 
J. H. Wyatt, Captain, Military Train .... 

Conynffham Jones, Cajitain, GO Foot 

A. Clarke Johnson, Captain, Rov. Artilleryll9 June 50 
Sir C. F. Wheeler Cuffe, Bart., Capt. G6 ^ i.p ,. ^, 

Ft., Brigade Major at Madras S' ^^' "^ 

Thoma.s H. Stisted, Captain, 1 Hussars . . . .' 3 April 46 
John Alexander Dalzell, Captain, 53 Foot.. 30 Jan. 47 
John TerrenceN. O'Brien, Cflp/«ui, 20 Ft. ^ ,. o ^ <- 

Af.n.«t. Military Secretary at Ceylon S^ ^^ 
Fred. .Montagu Alison, Crt/J^/iH, 19 Foot .,jl7 0ct. 51 
Cha. W. Grange, Captain, Canadian Rifles i 3 Nov. 43 

Edward Hardmgc, Major, 80 Foot 'u Jan. 4( 

William Ross King,'*' Major, Unattached. . 11 July 45 
V<!1 Wm. Geo. D. Stewart,"-^ Major, \ \ ^ ^^^^ ^g 

Unatt., Assist. In.*pictor of Volunteers ^ 

Douiilas Jones, Captain, Unattached .30 Dec. 36 

H. E. Delacombc,"" Captain, r. f. j.. R. .Mar. 1 Aug. 3 
George Wm. W. Carpenter, Major, 7 Foot . 17 Jui 



17 Aug. 38 

30 Jan. 4G 

14 Feb. 40 

16 Mav 51 6 June 

G Aug. 46 20 Feb. 

27 June 48' 1 Nov, 



29 Dec, 
44 20 July 
42 28 Sept. 

42 8 Feb. 

48 19 Apr. 
44 26 Dec. 
51 26 Oct. 
50 1 Dee. 

49 26 Julv 
55 17 Dec. 
38,15 Oct. 
4(;, 3 June 
47,26 Sei)t. 
4H|14 May 
41 25 Mav 
44 12 Nov. 
47 1 8 Nov. 
44|l4 April 
47|25 Jan. 
34 19 Nov. 
421 3 Dec. 
5u!l2 Nov. 
45| 8 June 
45|15 Mar. 
53, 8 Dec. 

43 13 Dec. 



10 Dec 
6 June 
8 April 
38117 Dec. 
43128 Nov. 
40 31 Dec. 
49130 July 
45l29 May 
46 2 Feb. 

10 Aug. 

21 Dec. 



2 April 
4 April 



9 July 5 
22 June 4 
31 Aug. 4 
JO Sept. 44 
25 Feb. 48 



>1 
T. L. J. Gallwey", Captain, Royal Engineers 19 Mar. 39 



1 8 Aug. 
10 Feb. 
2 Nov. 
26 June 
21 Oct. 
17 Jan. 

21 April 54 



10 Dec. 
14 Mar. 

5 May 

1 Sept. 

2 May 
;)1 Dee. 

5 Nov. 



:6 Nov. 

1 May 

7 Jan. 

23 Nov. 



Charles L. de Winton, Maj&r, IC Foot .... 15 Feb. 39 2 July 



21 Sept. 

31 Oct. 

13 May 

6 June 
4 Aug. 

20 Feb. 

16 Mar. 
1 April 
1 April 
8 June 
6 July 

27 July 
3 Aug. 
6 May 
1 Jan. 



55i 



20 Mar. 57 



9 Oct. 
19 Nov. 



2 Feb. 63 



13 April 
31 Dec. 
22 Dec. 
JO July 

29 Dec. 

'8 Jan. 
3 Jan. 
2 Jan. 
2 Feb. 
10 Mar. 



15 Nov. 

19 Nov. 
23 Nov. 
26 Nov, 

7 Dec. 
. tlo 

do 
7 Dec, 

do 

7 Dec. 
13 Dec. 
17 D.c. 

17 Dec. 
1 Jan. 

n Jan. 

16 Jan. 
25 Jan. 
28 Jan. 
28 Jan. 
13 Feb. 

20 Feb. 
25 Feb. 

4 Mar. 

8 Jlar. 
8 Mar. 

18 Mar. 

25 Mar. 
1 April 

1 April 

2 April 

8 April 

9 April 

19 April 
22 April 

26 Apr 1 

do 
do 

do 

do 



19 Nov. 58 



1 1 Fob. 64 



28 Jan. 59 



19 Nov. 47 
4 May 55 



10 Aug. 50 
5 June 57 



do 



58 do 

471 1 May 6f 

48l 4 Mav 59 

52 May 51 

6 May 59 

10 May 69 
13 May 
55 13 .Mav 

48114 May 
48!24 May 



59 



6 May 69 

6 May 59 

7 Jan. 63 



93 



Major, 

ENSIGN, 
ETC. 



LIEUT. 



48 



12 May 53 18 Aug. 64 
12 May 48125 May 49 
24 Jan. 45| 3 April 46 
21 Jan. 48:30 April 52 

29 April 36i29 Jan. 41 
2 June 39 18 June 41 

16 Sept. 51 '22 Sept. 54 

18 Sept. 49,17 Aug. 52 
9 June 46! 7 Anril 48 

23 July 4l!l9May 43 
27 Oct. 46|23 May 
8 \\n'\\ 42I13 Nov. 
15 July 63:15 Dee. 

19 Mar. 39' 7 Dec. 41 
12 Oct, 39 29 Jul V 44 
19 Jan. 44 21 April 46 

30 Sept. 42 20 July 44 
10 Sept. 41 26 July 44 

8 Oct. 44 24 Dec. 45 
25 Oct. 42 9 June 46 
12 May 43 14 May 

1 Jan. 42 10 Aug. 
30 Dec. 40|l0 Nov. 



CAPTAIN. 



54 



filt/fon. Aug. H.A.Anson, Cff/)^<7''«, 7 Drs. 27 May 53 8 Dec. 54 

Edw. N. Jloleswortli, Cai)tatn, 27 Foot 1 Dec. 37 2 Ar.ril 41 

T. Bourke, Captain, h. p. 27 Y.,S. 0. of Pens. 9 May 34 2 May 3 

.ffo?*. Fred. B. Pakenliam, 7l/fy"or, linatt. .. 8 Feb. 42j20 Oct. 46 

George Henry Wynyai;d, Major, 68 Foot . . 3 May 44; 19 Sept. 48 

Hon. James C. Dormer, Captain, 13 Foot . . 

Arch. A. Douglas, Captain, Royal Marines 

William Henry Oi-me, Captain, 85 Foot .... 

>"Cr Henry Edw. Jerome, Captain, 19 Foot 

James Diipre Brabazon,"'* jl/q/o?', Unatt. . 

Rob. Hughes, Captain, I West India Regt, 

Fred. Wm. Lambton, Caj)tnin, 71 Foot ... 

Richard England, Major, bb Foot 

Fred, \yilliam Gore, Major, 3 Foot 

Thomas Jones, Major, 4 Dragoon Guards • 

Fra. E. Macnaghten, Major, 8 Hussars .. . 

James Boyd, Captain, r. f. p. 86 Foot .. . 

Arthur Scott, Captain, 5 Foot 

Richard Burnaby, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Henry Lee, Major, 16 Hussars 

Samuel Wm. Henry Hawker, Captain, 2\ F. 

Charles Rowley Piatt, Major, 46 Foot 

James Eraser, Major, fiO Foot o-. 

Hamilton Charles Smith, Major, 80 Foot .. 
Herbert Dawson Slade, Major, 1 Dr. Gds . . 
Hans Thomas Fell White, Major, 40 Foot . . 
James M. Hill, Major, Military Train .... 
Henry Alfred Macdonald, 3Iajor, 77 Foot . . 
Thomas S. Poor Field, Captain, R. Artillery 
James Campbell, Jli?yor, Coast Artillery .. 
St.GeorgeMervyn Nugent, '^^ il/o/or, Unatt. ^ 
Dep. Assist. Adj. Gen. at Aldershot .. \ 
V(S. Gerald Graham, Capt., Royal Engineers 
Wm. Jenny Pengelley,'" Capt. r.f.p. Pv. Mar. 

Lindsay Farrington, Major, 29 Foot 23 June 43|27 Sept. 44 

Henry Torrens Walker, Major, 25 Foot.. .. 28 Oct. 36| 4 July 39 

William Bayly, Captain, 8 Foot 26 Jan, 39i23 June 42 

Aug. Riversdale Warren, Major, 20 Foot . . 12 Dec. 52116 June 64 

George A. Ryan, Major, 70 Foot 131 May 

"FC Joseph P. H. Crowe, Captain, 10 Footi27 Oct. 



July 
2 Dec. 
27 Mar. 

8 Oct. 

9 Oct. 
11 Mar. 

7 May 
13. Ian. 
23 July 
20 Oct. 

6 April 48 
23 Oct. 57 

29 Dec. 64 

7 June 54 

30 June 48 

8 Dec. 54 



43 23 Jan. 



31 Ai 



14 April 48 
8 Dec. 54 
14 April 48 
17 Oct. 61 
7 Jan. 
1 May 
28 Aug. 
47jl3 Dec. 
42' 1 Nov. 
43I26 Jan 



WHEN 
MAJOR, PLACED ON 
HALF PAV. 



28 May 59 
3 June 
12 June 69 
14 June 59 



do 
17 June 
1 July 
1 July 

8 July 

17 July 
19 July 

22 July 
29 July 

5 Aug. 

5 Aug. 
16 Aug. 
16 Aug. 

9 Sept, 

23 Sept. 
25 Sept, 

18 Oct. 
53 1 do 
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49^21 Oct. 



31 Aug. 65 
14 June 59 



8 July 59 



27 June 48 
1 July 47 

25 Oct, 42 



1 Nov, 48 1 April 55 
10 May 

1 Dec, 44 16 Mar. 



19 June 50,17 Feb. 64,28 Oct 



19 June 38 13 June 42 19 Jan 



Robert Henry Price, Captain, 35 Foot 
Wm. Cairnes A^rmstrong, Major, 15 Foot. 
Fred. Geo. Pym, Captain, R. Marines . . . 
Arthur Lennox Peel, Major, 52 Foot 



31 Dec. 

6 Sept. 
19 Sept. 

2 Sept. 



Archibald Tisdall, Captain, 35 Foot ;26 June 40 

Richard Young,"^Mr//or,h. p. Depot Batt., ) 

Assistant Inspector of Volunteers. , ■■ \ 

C, Ahvyne Scrase Dickins, Capt., 12 Foot 

Theodore WIrgman,'" Major, Unatt 

Charles Blamire, Major, 99 Foot 

Edward John KUeruian, Capt., 98 Foot , . . , 

John Roe, Major, 1 1 Foot 

Lewis Edw. Knight, Major, 17 Lancers 

Edw. Lennox Jervis, il/fyor, 6 Dr. Guardsill Ju'ly 
Fanshawe Wm. Gostling, Major, 49 Foot..|23 May 
Francis Charles Skurray, Major, 24 Foot.., 7 Oct, 
Ralph FitzGibbon Lewis, Captain, 86 Foot:27 Oct. 

Wm. G. R. Master.-", Capt., R. Marines jl5 Feb. 

Wm. Hamilton Cox, Capt., R. Artilhrv .. 19 June 
Richard O'Conncll, Capt., II. Artillery". . . .Il9 June 
Steplien Bilton Gordon, Major, 45 Foot. , 
James Johnes Bourchier, Major, 52 Foot 



22 July 42 

13 Dec, 50 

29 Nov. 44 

25 July 37 

10 Feb. 37 

20 May 44 

17 Sept. 50 



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20 May 



31 Dec. 45 
17 Sept. 50 



56 



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9 July 
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1 May 
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14 June 52 20 Dec. 59'24Jan. 



22 Nov. 
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12 Dec. 

13 Dec, 
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50116 Dec. 

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60 



59 



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44 15 Mar. 531 3 Feb. 



53 17 June 55 3 Feb. 

3 April 461 9 Oct. 57| 3 Feb, 
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4 Sept. 40 9 July 60jl4 Feb. 
9 Oct. 46 30 Sept. 53 21 Feb. 

19 Aug. 51 1 7 Nov. 54 21 Feb. 

18 June 62: 8 Dec. 64 21 Feb. 

8 Nov. 60 19 Dee. 54 21 Feb. 

8 April 4214 Jan. 49 9 Mar. 
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9 Nov. 46 21 June 64 30 Mur. 
41 13 April 42J30 June 48 6 April 

11 April 



41113 April 42 30 June 48 

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. . , .'28 June 44 13 July 47jl5 Oct, 5220 April 60 

Cha. T, Du Plat, Capt., K, Artillery ^19 June 41|27 April 42'30 June 4823 April 60 

Samuel Burgos Lamb, Captain, 10 Foot.. ,.14 Dec. 32 5 Feb. 36' 7 July 48 24 April 60 

H.W. Bace, Ca/J^, Unatt., 5. 0.o/-pe«,^.,.ll5Feb. 33 27 July 38| 7 July 48 4 May 60 

O. N. Chatterton, Capt., h p.. Rifle Br., do.'-2^\ July 33 5 Aug. 36;i5 Aug. 48 5 May 60 



Charles Osborne Crcagh, Capt., 86 Foot 
Randle Joseph Feilden, Major, 60 Foot. . 

Trevor Goff,'" Major, Unattached 

Richard Roney,'"^ it/ryor, h. p. Depot Batt., 
Assistant Inspector ojf Volunteers .... 



.|18June 41 5 Aug. 42' 1 Mar. 64!ll May 

.;31 Mar. 4/, 25 Feb. 45 23 Dec. 63^18 May 

,,25 July 45 7 April 48|15 Sept. 5418 Ma}^ 

14 Sept. 38 30AprU 41 16 July 5025 May 



15 May 57 
14 Oct. 56 



18 May 60 



3Tajors. 



ETC. 

David L. Colthui-st, Major, 17 Foot -20 July 

Octuvius Yorkc Cocks, Afajor, 4 Foot . . . . !30 Mar. 



.losliiia Henry Kirby, Major, 8(5 Foot 

t'. !•:. Tlioriitoii, ( 'apt., Unalt., S.O. of Pens. 

John Mackonz'O Lylc, Major, •!'.) Foot .... 

Kii-luinl M. \Villiams, Major, •^ Drs 

Cha. K. I'umbL'iland, Capt., 11. }M>;;inL'crs. . 

Jaini'S H. Edwards, Capt., it. Ens:iiieers .. 

C. E. Astoll, Capt., h.p., 43 F., S. O. of Pens. 

James Badlic, Capt., Uuatt., S.O. of Pens. 

Edw. II. Eau'ar,'" M({jor, h. p. Depot Bat- f 
taliou, Assist. Adjutant General In > 
Tasmania j 

Edw. Lawes Pym, Captain, R. Marines. . . . 

Alex. Geo. Dickson, Major, la Drs 

Thomas I'cnlon, Captain, S Hussars 

James Duncan MacAudrew, Captain,!^ Foot 

Barclay Lawson, Captain, H. Avtillci-y .... 

Andrew P. S. Green, Captain, H. Artilierv.. 

\Vm. Peddie,'"-" Capt., r. f. p., ^^ O. of Pens. 

Fienncs Cornwallis, Major, 4 Drs 

Edw. A. Williams, Capt., \\. Artillery . . . 

Neil M. Mackay, Capt., U. Artillery 

Villiam Thomas Betts, Major, '2G Foot .. . 

Joseph Clark Childs, Capt , U. Artillery .. 

Geo. V. Johnson, Capt., It. Artillery 

John Edward lliley, '■<> Major, Unatt 

j\. Fred. Council, Capt., R. Artillery 

Sydney Darlini,', Captain, 9 Foot 

^Jas.Banburv Hamilton.'" Crt;j^r.f.p.l4 F. 

John L. Elgee, Captain, R. Artillery 

David Mortimer Murray, Captain, Gi Foot. 

T.W. Prevost, Capt.,h.i>.,4-2 V., S.O. of Pens. 

James Sinclair Thomson, Major, ;)4 Foot . . 

Thomas George Gardiner, Major, Unatt. . . 

Chamb. Henry Hinchliff, Major, Unatt. .. 

John Birtwhistle, Major, 32 Foot 

Herbert George Deedes, Capt., GO Foot 



OAug 
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lU May 
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2 Jan. 
12 April 

1 Jan. 
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1 Jan. 
1 Jan. 

8 Oct. 
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30 May 

25 Sept. 
18 June 

14 Dec. 
18 June 
25 Nov. 

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9 April 
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Edw. Simeon Webber Smith, Major, 22 F. 11 April 
John Desborough, Captain, R. Artillery .. 28 June 

James Ainslie, Major, 1 Dragoons 13 Oct. 

Edward Leveit, Major, 10 Hus?ai-s 17 Aug. 

Cha. Jas. Stewart W;illace, Major, 25 F. ..15 Nov. 
Geo. Dowden D. Cleveland, C«/;^., 98 F. .. May 
Jas. Shortall Macauky, Major, 1 W. I. R.. 18 Aug. 
Charles David C. Ellis, Captain, GO Foot ., 17 Jan. 
Richard John Evans, Captain, 27 Foot. ... 14 A\>v\\ 
Charles David Ricli, Captain, 9 Lancers ..7 Jime 
Fred. Rich. Solly Flood, Capt., 82 Foot ..11 Aug. 
Fred. Arthur Walter, Major, 97 Foot .... 2G Jan. 

Thomas Edwin Blomficld, Major, 25 F 24 May 

Albert O'Donnel Grattan, Capt., R. Eng.. . 29 Mar. 

Shurlock Henning, Major, 88 Foot 10 April 

Fred. Geo. N. Clarke, Major, 3 W. I. Regt.'27 May 
William Hill, Major, 2 West4ndia Regt. ..10 May 
Sidney Godolpliiu Quicko, Major, b-^ Foot.. 29 July 
Robert Petley, Cajtt., Unatt., Prof.isor \ ,-,. ,, 

of Military Snrveijvifj, R. M. College ) " ^^' 
Edw. Thomas Wiekham, Captain, CI Foot.. 19 Aug. 
Chandos F. Clifton, Captain, 12 Laure s .. 31 May 
Richard Francis Holmes, Crt/J/^j/*, 89 Foot 2(! Sept. 
V€ Alfred Stowell Jones, Captain, 13 F. .; 9 July 
Charles Cynrlc W. Vcsey, Captain, 72 Foot' 8 Nov. 
John Jas. Hood Gordon, Captain, 4G Foot .21 Aug. 

James Bailie, Major, 87 Foot 20 Dec. 

Charles Steel,"' Major, Unatt 14 June 



25 Aug. 
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2G Jan. 

21 May 
42' 4 Oct. 
4-J 1 Nov. 
10 30 Jan. 
50 2G Oct. 
42 3 Nov, 
42 7 Dec. 
35 15 Nov. 
42 4 April 
42 4 April 

18 Juno 
4 April 
4 July 

23 July 
4 April 

2G iNov. 
41} 5 April 
42 13 June 
47112 Aug. 

47 3 Aug. 
471 3 Sept. 
54 23 Mar. 

40 .30 July 
42 G April 

48 21 Dec. 
52} GJune 

41 20 Dec. 
44! 2 Sept. 
43' 18 Nov. 
5i!20 June 
4U,28 Sopt. 
51123 Dee. 
49| 8 Aug. 
44 23 Jan. 
44} 8 Oct. 
39 23 Feb. 
49} G June 
50I17 Oct. 
53 21 Sept. 
52 G June 
29 12 Aug. 

42 2G July 
44 29 Oct. 
4(i] 8 April 
52 21 Sept. 
50I G June 

49 9 Jan. 
42il4 Feb. 

50 13 Oct. 



47 22 Juno 
54 1 June 
44 20 Feb. 
41 1 GOct. 
4-2 1 1 Nov. 
42I 1 Nov. 
12| 7 Oct. 
3431 Aug. 
4,') 1 Nov. 
42l 1 Nov. 



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1 Nov. 

1 Nov. 
2(i Jan. 
IG Nov. 
29 Dec. 

6 Dec. 

8 Jan. 

2 Sept. 

9 Feb. 
9 July 
5 Nov. 
8 Feb. 

28 J une 
2 July 
4 Aug. 

43115 Feb. 

49|ll Oct. 

54 24 Nov. 

441 4 July 

45 11 Oct. 

44 30 Nov. 

.34 14 Dec. 

47; 13 Aug. 

53ii2 Juno 

5117 July 

4G 2G Nov. 

47 23 Oct. 

42 2G Feb. 

54 23 Mar. 

51 15 May 

54 JO Nov. 

54i 8 Aug. 



55 22 Juno 
55 3 July 
57 3Jidy 
48 G July 
4811 July 
48 17 July 
53 17 July 
55 1 7 J uly 
48 28 July 
48 30 July 
5431 July 
48! 2 Aug. 

48 3 Aug. 
55 24 Aug. 
48:31 Aug. 
48|31 Aug. 
44 4 Sept. 
49jl5 Sept. 
59I18 Sept. 

49 20 Sept. 
52 21 Sept. 

52 21 Sept. 
5025 Sept. 

57 25 Sept. 

58 25 Sept. 
54' 9 Oct. 
49 13 Oct. 

53 1 GOct. 
57 IG Oct. 
53 23 Oct. 
53 23 Oct. 
55 23 Oct. 
55 23 Oct. 

57 23 Oct. 

58 23 Oct. 
Gi)i23 Oct. 
52;2G Oct. 
55' G Nov. 
49 12 Nov. 
53 13 Nov. 
53 IG Nov, 
5.3} IG Nov. 
53 23 Nov. 



34 18 Jan. 59123 Nov. 



30 Nov. 
30 Nov. 
30 Nov. 
30 Nov. 



44 13 Feb. 52 
47i29Jiily 53 
.33|28 Aug. 57 
53'lG Mar. 58 
54 15 April 39j30 Nov, 
541 2 Dec. 59|30 Nov 
45122 Feb. 50 18 Dec. 
54130 June 57 18 Dec, 



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21 Sept. 
25 Sept. 



95 

War Services of the Majors. 

1 Major Thomas Wilson served in tlic 2Stli Regrimcnt the Egyptian campaign of 1801 (Gold 
Medal). Expedition to Hanover in 1805-6. In tlie Peninsula, and was present at the battles 
of IJiisaco, in the Lines of Torres Vedras, affair of Campo Mayor, investment of Oliven^a, first 
siege of Eadajoz, battle of Albiiliera, surprise of Girard's Corps at Arroyo Molinos and Las 
Nava?, affairs of Fuentes del Maestro, Miravete, nnd Bridge of Almaraz, retreat from Salamanca, 
and battle of Vittoria (severely wounded). He has the War Medal with four Clasps. 

2 Major Christo[)her Wilkinson served the campaign of 1799 in Holland, under the Duke of 
York. Accompanied the expedition to tlie north of Germany in 1805, under Lord Cathcart. 

■4 Major Sandliam served the campaign of 1799 in Holland, including the actions of the 27th 
Aug., 10th and 19th Sept., and 2nd Oct. Expedition to Copenhagen in 1807 ; to Sweden, and 
afterwards to Portugal and Spain, under Sir John Moore in 1808-9; subsequently to Walclieren, 
in 1809 ; the cam.paign in Holland, in 1814 ; and in Flanders and France in 1815, including the 
battle of Waterloo. 

5 Major tlie Honourable Sir Francis Stanhope served in the 11th Foot at the siege of Flushing 
in 1809 ; and with the 1st Life Guards in the Peninsula and soutli of France, and was on tlie Staff 
at the battle of Toulouse, for which battle he has received the War Medal with one Clasp. 

G Sir Trevor Whekr served in the Peninsula with the 16th Light Dragoons from June 1810 
to the end of that war in 1814, including the pursuit of Massena from the lines, actions of Pom- 
bal, P.cdinha, Foz d'Arouce, and Sabugal ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, actions of Llerena and 
Castiejon, battle of Salamanca, retreat from Burgos, battles of Vittoria, the Nivelle, and the 
Nive, 9th to 12tl! Dec. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo. Sir 
Trevor has Uio War Medal with four Clasps for Fuentes d'Onor, Salamanca, Vittoria, and Nivelle. 

7 Major Sherer served in the Peninsula with the 34th Regt. from July 1809 to Dec. 1811, and 
from August 1812 to July 1813, including the battles of Busaco, Albuhera, Arroyo de Molino, 
Vittoria and Maya in the Pj'renees. He has received the War Medal with three Clasps for Busaco, 
Albuhera, and Vittoria. 

8 Major Hartman served in the expedition to Hanover in 1805-6 ; at the siege of Copenhagen 
in 1807; in Sweden, Portugal, and Spain in 1808-9, including the advance and retreat of the 
army, and in the battle of Corunna. Expedition to Walclieren 1809 ; subsequent campaigns in 
the Peninsula and France, including the defence of Tarifa and affair of Casas Viejas, battle of 
Ban'osa, actions of Arroyo del Molino and Almaraz, battles of Viltoria, the Pyrenees (25th, 30th 
and 31st July), Pass of Maya, Nivelle, Nive, Bayoune, and Orthes ; affair at St. Palais, and 
battle of Toulouse. He has received the War Medal with eight Clasps. 

9 Major Mackay served with tiie 68tli Regt. on the expedition to Walcheren, and at the capture 
of Flushing in 1809. Also in the Peninsula from June 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, including 
the battle of Salamanca, retreat from Burgos, and battles of Vittoria (wounded in the head), the 
Pyrenees, the Nivelle, and Orthes, for vvliich he has icceived the War Medal with five Clasps. 

10 Major Charters served with the expedition to Hanover, under Lord Cathcart, in 1805 ; the 
Walcheren expedition, in 1809 ; and campaign in Holland, under Lord Lyuedocli, in 1814. 

13 Major Castieau served with the R. M. Battalion on the North Coast of Spain co-operating 
with the troops of the Queen of Spain during the Carlist war in 1836-37 (Brevet Major and Cross 
of San Fernando). 

14 Major Willoughby Montagu served at the siege of Dantzic, in 1813; also the campaign 
of 1815, including tlie battle of Waterloo and capture of Cambray. Is a Knight of 4th Class of 
St. Wladimir of Russia. 

IG Major Tew served with the 50th Regt. in the battle of Punniar (Medal). Also the campaign 
of 1845-6 on the Sutlcj (Medal and three Clasps), including the battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah, 
Aliwal, and Sobraon (dangerously wounded). 

17 Major Mundy was nominated to the 4th Class of the Medjidie for service with the Osmauli 
Horse Artillery as Lieutenant Genei'al, second in command. 

18 MajorTinling served with the 13th Regt. at the capture of Rangoon, llth May 1824 (Medal). 

19 Major Hillicr acted as Aide de Camp to Brigadier Cureton in the action of Maharojpore, 
29th Dec. 1843 (Medal); an<l served as Aide de Camp to the Governor General, with the army 
of the Sutlej, and was severely wounded in the action at Moodkee (Medal). 

20 Major Orinsby served with the 80th Regiment during the Sutlej campaign of 1846, and was 
present at the affair of Buddiwal, and in tlie battles of Aliwal and %braon (Medal and one 
Clasp). Served during the Burmese war of 1852-3, and was present at the assault and capture 
of Pegu on 4th June 1852, wlure he commanded the storming party; commanded at the Pugoda 
Hill stockade at Martabau on the night of the 18th July 1852, when attacked by the enemy ;°and 
was also at the capture of Prome (Medal). 

23 Major Louis served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, for which he has received the Silver 
War 3I(dal with one Clasp. 

25 Major II. C. Jlartin served on the expedition against the Danish and Swedish West India 
Islands in 1801 ; likewise on the expedition against the French Islands in 1803. 

27 Major FuUarton sewed in the Peninsula with the 38th Regt., and was present at the battles 
of Roleia, Vimiera, Talavera, and Salamanca, for wliich he has the War Medal with four Clasps. 

28 Major Woods served witli the Buffj in the Peninsula in 1808, 9, 10, and 11, was present at 
the passage of tlie Douro and capture of Oporto, battles of Talavera and Busaco, lines at Torres 
Vcdras, action at Campo Mayor, and battle of Albuhera, where he was severely wounded, having 
lost his right leg. lie lias tlie ^^'ar Medal with three Clasps for Talavera, Busaco, and Albuhera. 

29 Major Colby served at Walcheren in 1809. 



IFar iSer vices of the Majors. 96 

30 Major Skono oorvcd in tlio IVninsulu wil'i the "JUli He:;!., ami was presriit at llic battle of 
Talavoia (severely woiiiuleil^, (or wliicli lie liiis receivid ilie War Mt-ilal with oiil- Clasp. 

:)1 .Major Hiilme served in tlic Peninsula fruin .Murcli I8t0 to tliecnd ul'thut warin 18l4,incln(lin'r 
the •Jnil siifje of Bachijoz, battles of Mvelle and Ni\c ( 10th to Kith Dl-c. i, passage ol' the .Vdoiir, in- 
vestment of Uayoune iiud roi)ulse of the sortie. In Miirch 181.J he joined the army in the Nctiier- 
lands, and assisted iu the orjjanization of the Pontoon truin at .Vntwirp : — Early in May, in order to 
secure a shorter and more dircet communication between Unissels and -Vntwerp, he was entiusled 
with the construction ufa bridge of vessels at Boom, aeross the Ilu|icl, a largo naviuable branch of the 
t?cheldt, which liaviiig completed and maintained until the victory at Waierloo rendered it no longer 
rciiuisite, lie followed the army to Paris in command of a division of the Pontoon train, whore he re- 
mained until I81G. He has received the War Alcdal with two Clasps for Nivelleand ^'ivo. 

:]2 Major .•Vgnew served with the S'ind Itegt. during the Peninsidar campaigns of 1 808, 1), 12, and 
13, and was present at the capture of Oporto, battle of Talavcra, and subseijuent attUirs ; also at the 
battle of Vittoria, whore his Kg was so severely fractured as to require three separate amputations 
of the thigh, lie has received the War Medal" with two Clasps. 

03 Major Pringlo served in the Peninsula from Jan. 1810 to the end of that Warin 1314, including 
the battles of Nivellc and iVivo (wounded), and investment of Uayonnc. Served also the campaign 
of 1815, and wiis severely wounded at Waterloo. lie has received the War Modal with three Clasjn 
for Nivclle, Nive, and Orlhcs. 

34 Major Knapinan served at Lissa, in 1811 (wounded); and in boats cutting out an Algerine 
brig at Bi-na, in 1825 (War Medal witli one Clasp). 

.'55 Major G. V. Tinling served in the Peninsula from Nov. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814. 

3G Major John Wilson served in the Artillery Comi)anies of the 2nd Battalion Royal Marine 
during the war in North America in 1813. Has received tho War Medal with one Clasp. 

37 Major Hnmby has received the War Medal with one Clasp for the battle of Algiers. 

38 Major Manners served in the Peninsula from Feb. 1810 to Dec. 181G, and was present at tho 
battle (;f Barrosa (wounded), and the defence ofTarifa and Cadiz. He has received tlio Silver 
War -Modal with one Clasp for Barrosa. 

30 Major Schalch served at the capture of Guadaloupcin 1815. 

40 Major Charles Gonloii served in the American war in 1814 and 15 witli the 93rd Uegt., and 
was severely wounded iu the lelt check at New Orleans, 8ih Jan. 1815. 

41 Major Robert Cochrane served iu the Peninsula with the Rifle Brigade from .Vugust 1811 to 
the end ol that war in 1814, including the defence of Cailiz, actions of the Aranjuaz, fcian Mnnos, 
and San Milan ; battle of Vittoria, end action at the bridge of Vera. Served also the campaign of 
1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo and capture of Paris. Severely wounded in the 
left ana at Vera, and slightly in the left breast at Waterloo, lie has received the War Medal with 
two Clasps. 

42 Major Dowdall served the Mahratta campaigns of 1818 and 10, including the talcing of 
Loghur, Isapoor, Kooaree, Rhygur, Raree, besides several other small forts, and he was severely 
wounded at tho storming of Rareo, having sustained the total loss of the right eye, and a i)or- 
tion of the nose and jaw-bone. Served also in the Burmese war under Sir Archibald Camp- 
bell, and was severely wouudcd in storming tho Dalla stockades near Rangoon on the 0th Dec. 
lo24. Cai)tain Dowdall commanded and led the Light Company of the 89th Rcgt. to five dif- 
ferent storms. 

44 -Major Welchnian served at Copenhagen in 1807; at Walcheren and forcing the Scheldt 
in 1800. Commanded 180 Marines at Cheribon and look possession of the fort, 4th Sept. 1811 ; 
also at the surrender of Panca, when a Piegimcnt of Infantry laid down their arms. In the 
Royal Marine Bat'alion at the capture of Java in 1811. At the capture of the American frigate 
J'rciident, and expedition up the Penobscot, and ctmimanded tho detachment of Royal Maiincs 
at Manchias, where he captnnd three field-pieces, and was honourably mentioned. W'as at the 
battle of Aliiiers, 1810 (War Medal and Clasps). 

45 .Miijor J. G. Richardson scrvid in the Channel Fleet, under Lords Gurdiner and St. Vincent; 
the Bclleislesiiuadron, under Sir Richard Keatcs, when endeavouring to intercejjt Jerome Bona- 
parte ; and at the capture of La Ji/iin by Mars 74. With Admiral Murray and Brigadier-General 
Crauford's expedition of5,000 men originally intended fur Lima, but on arrival at the Cape of Good 
Hope ordered to join General Whitelocko's army in Rio Plata; landed with Marines at Monte 
Video, and brigaded with detachments under command of tlio Hon. Licut.-Col. Dcane, 38th Rcgt. 
Served in the Baltic, aud while passing the Sound, partially engaged the castle of Cronenberg ; 
joined the squadron under Sir James Saumarez in pursuit of Russian fleet, to Rogeiswick Bay. 
i:everely wounded iu several places on boAid Africa 64, inaction with Danish flotilla consistirg of 
20 heavy gnu aud tnortar bojts, in Kiogc Ray, near Copenhagen, 20 Oct. 1808— ^/ric« seven 
killed, fifiy-<ix wounded. lilocka''e of To.xel, under Sir Samuel Hood; and Scheldt under Sir 
Richard Strachauand Sir Edward Pellew. Served with the NVulcheren expedition in the 2'hcjieus 
74, and dismantled and brought away its last gun boat. Toulon fleet. Landed in company with 
other actacnmeuts of marines and seamen, and some Spanish troops, on an island iu tho Bay of 
Rosas ; dislodged French gariison, and blew up the castle. Landed in company with otherdetaeh- 
mcnts of marines and seamen, 1812, at Sagnna B.iy, Island of Corsica, — destroyed and brought 
oft" a great quantity of valuable ship timber. Alliiirs of coasts, &c. Si rved in the W\st Indies 
and North .America; and has received a reward from the Patriotic Fund. 

48 Major Ilcwett serveil blockading the French fleet off Brest, Rochofort, and Ferrol, and 
wa^ severely wounded in tho action with tlie combined fleets of France and Spain 22nd July 
1805. In tho 1st liatlalion Royal Marines under Sir Arthur Wcllesley, in Portugal, and at 
Lawris, and Galcag^i. In tho 2nd Battalion, under Sir Shlncy Beckwith, during the war in 
North .America, — at the attack on Craney Island, the storming of Hampton, taking of Quoea- 

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97 War Services of the Majors. 

own, and Kent Island ; frequently employed as an engineer officer, in command of outposts 
and of gun-boats whilst attached to the Corps of observation, led the forlorn hope at the capture 
of Fort Ojwego where he climbed the flagstaff and tore down the American Colors (severely 
wounded) ; — officially thanked by Colonel de WatteviUe for his conduct on this occasion. 

49 Major Devon was Adjutant of the Artillery Companies of the Royal Marines serving in 
North America during the war in 1813-14. 

50 Major Evan Morgan served in the Peninsula and France from October 1813, to June 
1814,iucluding the passage of tlie Adour, and battle of Toulouse, for which he has the War Medal 
with one Cla^p. He served also the campaign of 1814 in Canada, under Sir George Prevost. 

52 Major Jervis Cook served at the capture of Rlartinique in 1809 and cutting out the 
French brig Nisus. At the destruction of Loire and Seine at Ance la Barque, and the capture 
of Guadaloupe in 1810. On the north-coast of Spain and in the Gironde, and attached to the 
Artillery in Flanders (War Medal with three Clasps). 

53 Major Shute served with the Royal Marine Battalion in co-operation with the troops of 
the Queen of Spain against the Carlists in 1838. 

54 Major William Davis was landed in 1809 at Mahon, in Minorca, in command of a de- 
tachment of Marines, to prevent the prisoners of war in the Lazaretto from rising and effecting 
their escape during a Mutiny of the Spanisli Walloon Guards. At the capture and destruction 
of a fort on Isle Vertc, near La Civitat, 1st June 1812, he received a severe wound by a rifle- 
ball, in the right thigh. On the 8th May 1813, as a volunteer, at the cutting out of an armed 
Xybec from under the fort and tower of Orbitollo. At the capture of the island of Pouza, under 
Sir Charles Napier, where, as a volunteer, with a detachment of Marines, he landed, and 
stormed and captured one of tiie batteries. On tiie 4th Oct. 1813, as a volunteer in the storm- 
ing of the fort protecting the anchorage at Marinello, when one gun-boat and thirteen of the 
enemy's vessels deeply laden were captured, and one gun- boat sunk. At tiie landing of the 
Italian Levy at Via Reggio in 1813. At the landing near Leghorn, in Dec. 1813, when 270 
Jlarines charged and defeated between GOO and 700 French Inlantry, supported by 30 Cavalry 
(received a sabre wound from the cliarge of Cavalry). At the ca])ture of a castle near Spizzia, 
25th March 1814. Present at the siege and capture of fort Santa Maria, 29th March following. 
Also at the capture of Genoa, under Lord William Bentinck. 

55 Major Colin Mackenzie joined the army of the Netherlands on the 4tii July 1814, and 
served under Lord Lynedoch, the Prince of Orange, and the Duke of Wellington, continuously 
from the above date, in Flanders and France, till the evacuation of Paris by the Allied Armies 
in the spring of 1816, and was present at the cajiture of Paris. Embarked in command of a 
Company of Royal Sappers and Miners for Canada, on the first outbreak, and served as Senior 
Royal Engineer on the Niagara Frontier during 1838-9. 

50 Major Ilewsou served in t!ie American v/ar, and was engaged at the battle of Niagara and 
siege of Fort Erie. Served also in the Rurmesc war (Medal). 

57 Major Craeknell assisted at the capture of eight armed vessels and twelve vessels laden with 
stores for the Russian Army at Pereola Point on 7ili July 1809 (War Medal with one Clasp). 

58 Major Henry James was present at tlie capture of Fort San Pliilippe (lialageur), and siege 
of Tarragona in 1813. Also at tlie bombardment of Algiers in 1816 (War Medal with one Clasp). 

59 Major Beverhoudt served at the capture of Guadaloupe in 1815. 

GO Major John Kelly accompanied the effective men of tlie wing of the 6th Regt. stationed at 
Aden, which formed part of an expedition of 500 men under the command of Lieut.-Col. Penny- 
cuick, which destroyed the Arab posts of Sheik Mcdi and Sheik Othman, and skirmishes between 
those places on the Gth Oct. 1841. 

()2 Major Mascall served in co-oj.eration with the army at Coi'unna and during the defence of 
Cadiz. Was in a general Boat action near Port St. Mary's for which he has a Medal. 

03 Major Pascoe has received the Silver War Medal with one Clasp for Java ; also the Naval 
War Medal with one Clasp for the action with the French frigates off Madagascar and the suri'en- 
der of the Isle de la Passe in Feb. 1811. Served in the 3rd Battalion R. M. in North America, 
participating in various important services during the war in 1814-15. 

G4 Major Searle served at Walcheren in 1809. Also throughout the Syrian campaign (War 
Medal with one Clasp and Turkish Medal). 

G5 Major Henry Smith served with the Royal Marine Battalion at d'Jouni in Syria in 
1840, and was present at the bombardment of St. Jean d'Acre (Turkish Medal and War Medal 
with one Clasp). 

GO Major Dusautoy served at Walcheren; at the capture of Genoa; and in two partial 
actions with French Fleets off Toulon and Marseilles. 

G7 Major R. S. Ridge served the Maliratta and Pindaree campaigns of 1817 and 18, and after- 
wards with the cxjiedition to the Persian Gulf, including the siege of Ras-el-Kynia. 

G8 Major Thomas Park was actively employed in the Baltic during 1810, 11, and 12. From 
1813 until tlie peace, served on the coast of America and the West Indies, including the attack on 
Cranie Island, and landed at tlie taking of Hampton, in the C/iesapcakc. 

70 Major John Law was in the action witli, and capture of, tiie Chesapcnlte by the ShannOJi, 
on (he 1st June 1813. He was also at the cajjture of Fort St. Elmo, and the batteries at Naples 
on the 21st May 1815. Has received tlie War INIedal with one Clasp. 

71 Major Ncpean served with the Royal Marines at the capture of a convoy and destruction 
of batteries at Fiuone, and in co-operation with the Austrian army at the reduction of Tricstein 1813. 

72 Major Valentine Beadon served off the coast of France from 1811 to 1814, and was 
present in various boat actions. In 1815 he was at the capture of Naples and Gaeta: and in 1824 
severely engaged with pirates in the West Indies. 

73 Major Heudcr Mounstoven served at tho attack of various posts, &;c,, on tho Frontiers of 



War Services of the Majors. 98 

Canada, and witliin tlio United States in 1813, 14, and IJ. Served also witli tlic 48tli in tlio 
o]iiTiitioiis ngninst the Riijalx of fooler, in Aiirii 1h:)4. 

74 Major Gardiiie Shaw served at the sie^^c and capture of Ilatlrass, and throMglioiit the 
Malinilta earni)aigns of 1817 and 1818. He served also at the Mici;e and eaiiluro of the Forts of 
I'linoihi and Pown^hiir in tlie Southern Mahratta Country in 1814 .'>. 

7(i Major HdleMon served witli the Royal Marines at the attack on New Oilcani, 8th Jan. 181.j. 

77 -Major W. J. King served tlie canipHi^ns of 1818 and 10 in Conean, in India. Served in 
the Hurmese war in 1 8 J4 and "25 (.Medal witli one Clasp 1, and received a severe contusion when 
leading the attack on the White I'agodu, an out«ork of the stockade of Donabew. 

78 Miijor Robert Wright served witii tlie R. Marine bnttalion co operating with the troops of 
tiie Queen of Spain against the Cailists in 1837-38 (Cross of San Fernando, 1st Class). 

70 Major Aiipleton served in ihe Rattalion of Marines in co-operation witli the allied forces 
in Syria, and was present at the attack and surrender of the fortress of St. Jean d'Aere on tho 
3rd November I84U (War >Iedal witli one Clasj) and Turkish Medal). 

80 Major Knowlcs served with the oOtli Regt. in the Jiattle of Punniar 29 Dee. 1843 (Medal) ; 
and also the canijiaign on tho Sutlej in 184.j-(i, including tlie battles of Moodkee, Ferozesliah, and 
Aliwal, for which ho has received a Medal and two Clasps. He was sli^litly wounded at 
Ferozesliah, and dangerously wounded (right leg amputated) at Aliwal. 

8-2 Major John Miller served at tho battle of Navaiino in 18-27. Also with the R. M. bat- 
talion in I'ortiigal in 1835. Commanded a Company daring the operations on the coast of Syria 
in 1840 (Medal) and was with the battalion at D'Jouni. Sustained a severe fracture of the 
right leg in the service (War Medal with two Clasps). 

81 .Major Murch'son served in the 2!)th Regt. in tho Sutlej campaign of 18450, including the 
battles of IVrozeshah and Sobraon, in tho last of which ho was wounded (Medal and Clasp). 
Also in the Punjaub campaiijn in 1840, including the passage of tlie Chenab, and battles of 
Chillianwallali and Goojcrat (Medal and Clasps). 

84 Major Onslow was at the storming of Sidon in Syria (War Medal with one Clasp and 
Turkish Medal). 

85 Major Duperier while in the 4th Light Dragoons was employed in Persia from 1833 to 
1831) organizing the army of Ihe Siiah, who conferred on him the Gold Medal of the " Lion and 
Sun." He served with the 2flth Regt. in China (iNIcdal), at Ningpo, Ciiiipoo, Shanghae, Woosiing, 
and Ciiin Kiang Foo (wounded) and Nankin. Served witli the 80th Regt. in tiie iiurinese war 
in 18.5'2-53 (Medal), including the operations in Donabew against Nameatoon. 

80 Mujor Hunt served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Alnia and 
fieuc of Sebastojud (Medal and Cla.-p-=, and 5th Class of the Jledjidie). 

88 Major R. Thompson served in the Eastern campiijjn of 1854-55, and commanded the 5ih 
Dragoon Guards during the winter and spring: present at tbc battle of Tchernaya, and siege of 
Sebastopo! (Medal and Clasp, and 5th Class of llie Medjidie). 

8'J >Iajor Fellowes served tlie Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as D.A.Q.M.G., Cavalry Division, 
including the afTaii-sof Bulganak and Mackenzie's Farm, batiks of Alma, Balakliva, Inkerman, 
andTebcnia>a. and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasjis, Brevet Major, Sardinian Jledal, and 
5th Chiss of" the Medjidie). 

90 Major Tomkinsi n served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the Sch Hussars, in- 
cluding the battles of Alma, llalaklava (horse killed), and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopo) 
(Medal and four Clasps, Brevet ]\Iajor, Said nian .Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

91 JIajor Staart Wortley served with the Cape Mounted RiHemen throughout the Kaffir 
war of lf>")0-j3 (Medal); and was presnit in all the printiipal engagements with the tnemy : 
during the operations agninst the Watcililoof he commanded the cavalry attached to General 
IJjlkr's division; on e'lie cccasion, while out with a patrol, he attacked and defeated a far 
superior force of the enemy; an I on another, while in command of the adianced guard of 
Gtneral BuUer's column, he surprised and drove back the enemy, iLflieting severe loss. In 
March 18.54 he was appointed D.A.Q.M. GenLrd Eastern Army, and served the campaign of 
1854-55 (Medal and Clasps, Hrevet Major, Sardinian Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

92 Major J. W. Thompson served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as D.A.Q.M.G. to the 
Second Division, including tho battle of the Alma (severe contusion from the splinter of a 
shell), repulse of the Russian a'.taek by the 2Dd Division on the 26:h Oct., battle of Inkerman 
(for which he received brevet rank as Major, and had his horse wounded), siege and full of 
Sebastopol, and attack of the Redan on the Slh Sept. (Mtdal and Clasps, and 5th Class of the 
Medjidie). 

93 Mijor Dickfon served the E istern campaign of \S'>4 with the 30th R'^gt., inclae^in^ the 
battles of Alma ( sever dy wounded) and Inkerman (wounded), siege of Sebastopol, and repulse 
of t^e sortie of 2r,th Oct. (Medal and three C'a ps, and 5ih Class of tlie Medjidie). 

94 Major C. 1'. T. Datiiell served the Eastern campaign of 1851-55 as Brigade Major in the 
3rd Division, including' the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and 
attack of the 18ili June (Medal and Clasps, Brevet Major, Knight of the Legion ef Honor, and 
5th Class of the Medjidie). 

05 Major Bayly served in the Eastern campaign of 1854 with tho 30th Regt., including the 
siege of Sebastopol, repulse of the sortie on 20th Oct. ( woundid in the cheek), and battle of Inker- 
man (severely wounded in ibe face and les ) ( Medal anrl Cla.-ps, and 5th Cla-s of the Meeijidic). 

9f) Major Greville served as Ai le-dc-Camp to Sir Harry Smith and to Sir George Cathcart 
in the Kaffir war of lS.)l-.")3 (Meilal), and was presrnt at the battle of Berea. Served again as 
Aide-de-Camp to Sir Gt^orgo Citheart in the East«rn campaign ( f 1854, including the battles 
of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (where Sir George was killed), and siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal and four Clasps, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 



99 War Services of the Majors, 

97 Major Maclean served with the 49th Regt. throughout the war with China (Medal), and 
was present at tlie first taking of Cluisan, storm and capture of the heights above Canton, attack 
and capture of Amoy, second capture of Chusan, attack and capture of the heights of Chinhae, 
occupation of Ningpo and repulse of the night-attack, attack and capture of Chapoo, Woosung, 
and Chin Kiansr Foo. 

97t Majnr Ruttledge served with the 17th Regt. throughout the campaign of 1838-39 in 
Affglianistan and Beloochistan under Lord Keane, and was present at the storm and capture of 
Ghuznee (Medal), and of Khelat. Also at the siege of Scbastopol from Dec. 1854 to Aug. 1855, 
including the assault on the Redan on the 18th June (Medal and Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, 
and Turkish Medal). 

98 Major Dencis served with the 95th Regt, at the siege and fall of Sebaslopol from 21st 
Peb. 1855 (ML'dal and Clasp, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

99 Major Duncan Campbell served in the 83rd Regt. during the suppression of the insurrrctiou 
in Lower Canada in 1837 ; also in repulsing the attacks of the American brigands who landed at 
Prescott, Upper Canada, in 1838. Served with the 90th Light Infantry at the siege ot Scbastopol 
(Medal and Clasp). 

100 MajorRobert Watson served the campaigns of 1814 andl5 in Holland and the Netherlands, 
including the actions at Merxem and bombardment of Antwerp. 

101 JMajor Meheux served the Eastern campaign with the Brigade of Eoyal Marines during 
the siege of Sebastopol from 1854 to April 1855, including the battle of Bdlaklava (Medal and 
two Clasps). 

102 Major Hume served with the S8th R-egt. the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, and was 
present at the battle of Alma, siege and fail of Sebastopol, was Aide de Camp to Sir .I:)hn 
Carapbell on the expeflition to Kertcb, and assault of the Redan on the 18th June, in which 
the Major General was killed; was D.A.A.G. 3rd Division from July 1855 (Medal and three 
Clasps, Brevet Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served 
in India with the 38th from 12th Nov. 1857, to 9th August 1858 ; was present at the siege 
and capture of Luck now, and with Grsnl's division during the summer campaign in Oude, 
including several minor affairs. 

103 Major Peel served with the 34th Regt. in the Crimea in 1854-55, including the siege of 
Sebastopol and capture of the Quarries — severely wounded (Medal and Clasp, Brevet Major, and 
5th Class of t!ie Medjidie). 

104 Mnjor Elliot served five years in India, the last two on Lord Hardinge's staff, prior to 
entering the llojal Army, and was present with his regiment, the 8th Btngal Cavabry, at the 
battle of Punniar (Medal), a-j also in the Sutlej campaign, including the battle of Ferozeshah 
(Medal), Served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Aide-de-Camp to General Scarlett, 
including the battle of Balaklava (severely wounded) and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and 
Clasps, Brevet Major, and Knight of the Legion of Honor). 

105 Major Maxse served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Aido-de-Camp to Lord Cardigan, 
including the battles of Alma and Balaklava (A'ouaded), and siege of Sebaitopol (Medal and 
Clasps, and 5th Cass of the Medjidie). 

106 Major Hugh Kennedy served with the E. M. Battalion in Spain during the Carlist war; 
with the Baltic Expedition in 1854 (Medal) ; and with the Brigade in the Crimea during the 
siege of Sebastopol from Feb. 1855 (Medal and Clasp). 

107 Major Steward served with the 41st Regt. in the Eastern campaign up to 19th Oct. 1854, 
including the battle of Alma, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and two Clasps, and 5th Class of 
the Medjidie). 

108 Mjjor Whitmore landed in the Crimea wiih the 2ud Batt. on 22nd April 1855, and was 
at the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp, Brevet Major, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

110 Major Hans R. White served with the 89th Regt. at the siege and fall of Sebastopol frocn 
5th Jan. 1835, and attacks on the 13th June and 8th Sept. (Medal and Clasp, Brevet Major, and 
5th CJa.'ss of the Medjidie). 

111 Major Uackett served with the 38th Regt. at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from 27th 
Jan. 1855 (Medal a,nd Clasp, Brevet Major, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

112 Mhj or Fitzgerald served with the 7th Fusiliers in the Eastern cainpjign of 1854, up 
to Ahna, in wliich battle he was severely wounded. Shot tlirough both legs (Medal and Clasp, 
IJrevct Major, and 5ih CIhss of the Medjidie). 

113 Major Hijujan served with the 18th Royal Irish on the China expedition in 18-12 
(Med.al). Accompanied the subsequent expedition under Genenil U'Aguilar, which assaulted 
and took the Forts of the B >cca Tigris in the Canton River, those of the Staked Barrier, and 
of the city of Canti>n. Served also in the Hurmeso war of 1852-53, including the operations 
before Rangoon and capture of Promc (Medal). Served at the siege of Sebastopol from Dee. 

1854, and was woun'^cd ISth June 1855 (Medal and Clasp, Brevet Major, Kniglit of the Leeion 
of Honor, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

114 Major Pocock served with the 30 Ji Regt at the siege of Sebastopol, and was severely 
wounled at the assault of the Redan on the 8lh Sept. (Medal and Clasp, Brevet Major, and 
5th Class of the Medjidie). 

115 Major F. P. L^:a served with the 57th Regt. in the Crimea from 15th Nov. 1854 to 3rd July 

1855. mcludmg the siege of Subaftopol and as>ault of the Redan on the ISth June— severely 
wound, d in tlu' right leg and fo .t by grape shot, also prcviou^lv wounded in the head and face 
m the Trenches (Midal and Cla=p, and Sih Class of the i\Iedjidie). 

UG Major Rowlands served wiih the 4l3t Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including 
the battles of Alma and Inkerman (severely wounded), siego of Sebastopol, sortie of 26th Oct., 



JVar Services of the Majors. 100 

and assftuU of the Rodnn on Sih Sept.— wounded (Medul and ClaRps, Brevet Mojor, Victoria 
Cross, K'light of \\\o L->f;in;. of Honor, and .Oth Class of the Medjiifii-). 

117 Mijor IJelliirs s<TveJ throughout thu Eistern campaign of 1851-r)5 (from Di'c. 1854 as 
I). A Adjutant Grnonil ti thi" and Division), includinsij tlio Buiios of Almji (ns Ailjutaiit of 
tlie 49th Kpgt.) ai.d Inkoruinn (where he was detached in command of the right wing of tho 
41)th to operate to the right), siege and fall of Scjbietopol, sortie of 2Cth Oet)her. attack of the 
Quarries on 7th Jar.e, and of the Itedan on the 18th June nud 8lh September (Medal and three 
Clasps, Brevet MaJT, Knight of tho Legion i-f Honor, and ."ith Class of the Medjidie). 

1 18 ]\l!ijor Steevcns served with the 86th liegt. throughout the Eastern eamjiaigu of 1854-55, 
including tho battles of Alma and Inkt rman, siege of Sebast.pol (contused wound in tho 
trenches 28th Jul}), and attai-k en the liodan on the 18ih June and 8th Sept. ; and was em- 
ployed as Assistant Engineer in the trenches. Right attaek at the commencement of the Siege 
(Medal and Cl.isps, Brevet Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and .5th Clas.s of tho Med- 
jidie, and Turki h Medal). 

120 Major Hay served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, 
Bahkl.ivn, nrd Inkrrman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, affair of ISth June, and capture of 
Kinbourn (Medul and Claips, ISrevct ^ilgor. and 5th Class of the :^Iei'ji(lie). 

121 Major Woidi served with the 97th R"gt. in the Crimea from 20th Nov. 1854, and was 
present at the sit'ge and fill of Sebastopol, and commanded the Grenadiers of the 97ih with 
the storming parsy of the K-dan on the 8ih Sept.— wounded (Mtdil and CJasp, Brevet Major, 
5ih Cla^s of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

12-2 M^jor Hunter served in the 47th Kegt. ihroug'iout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, 
including "the battles of Alma and Iiikerman, cjpture of Balaklava, siege and fall of S-buftopol, 
S'lrtie of 26lh Oct., and s'orming of the Quarries— wound»'d (Medal and Clasps, Bre\et Major, 
Knight of the L^gi- n of Honor, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

123 Major Cotch S'^rved with the 62nd K''gt. :»t the siege of Sfbastopel in 1854-55, including 
tho sorties of 5(.h, 9th, and lOih May, attack of the Quarries on 8th June, and of the lledanon 
ISlh Juno and 8ih Sept. (.Medal and Clasp, lirevei Major, Knight of the L'gion of Hunor, 
Sardinian Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidiu). 

124 Mijir Harman served in the 34th Regt. in the Crimea from 9ih Dec. 18"i4 to lllh July 
1S55, including the siege of Sebatopol, capture of the Rifle Pits on 19th April, and eommanded 
the Grenadiers of the 34th R- gt- at the assault of the Rtdnn on the 18th June, when he re- 
ceived seven fcvere wounJs (Medal and Clasp, Bievet Major, 5th Class of the Medji'ie, and 
Turkish Modal). Served in the Indian camjiaign of 1S57-58 including affairs of 26th, 27th and 
28th Nov. With the Gwalior contingent at Cawnpore, and siege and capture of Lucknow ; and 
oth'ir minor affairs in Oude (Medal and Clasp). 

125 Major Hcckings servtd in Spain with the Royal Marine Battalion (Cross of San Fer- 
nando). Also wi'h the R. AI. Brigade in the Crimea during the siege of Sebast<.'pol in 1854-55, 
iuclud'ng the battle of Balaklava ( JUdal an.i two Clasps). 

126 Major Ussher served in China in 1S41-42 (Medal), at the first capture of Chusan, 
attack on Chuenpf-e, and capture of Amoy. S. rved aUo with the Baltic Expeditions iu 1854 
and in 1855 (Medal). 

127 Major Uovill served •wiih a detachment of 30 of the Ceylon Rifles, whiih defeated the 
insurgents in the first and second attack on Kornegallo on the 30th and 3Ist July, during the 
suppression of the rebellion in the Kandian Provinces in 1848. 

128 Major Nelsi n served as Sab- Assistant Commissar) -Gtneral, Bombay Arm}', t!iroughout 
the operations under Sir \Vm. Nott, in Candahar and AfTghanistan during 1841-42; and as 
such under Sir Charli 3 Napier at the battle of Hyderabad. Served as Aide-de-Cdmp to Sir 
Tbom is Valiant in the aot on of Maharajpore 29th Dec. 1843, and bad a h(.rse shot under him. 
He has a Medal for AfFghanistan, another for Soitd-^, end a bronze star for Maharajpore. 

129 Mhjit Godfrey Missy served with the 19ih Rogt. the Eastern campaij^n of 1854-5.>, 
including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (J.Iedul and Clasps, and 
Brevet Major). 

130 Major Gamlile served with the 4th Regt. at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from May 1855 
(Medul and Clasp, Brevet of Major, and Turkish Mcda'). 

131 ."Mtijor Sijecdy served the campaigns of 1841 and42, iu the ISih Light Infantry, and was 
present at tlie st-Tming of the Kb;) rl Cu'^o A P.iss, atfair of Tczicn, forcing the Jugdulluck 
Pass, reduction of the foit of Mamoo Khail, defon-e of Jellilabal and sorties ou the 14ih Nov. 
and 1st 1) ■«'. 1841. 11th M irch, 24ih March, and Ist April 1842, and gcnoral aeti jn :ind defeat 
of Akbir Khan. Me.'als for Jcllalabad and Cabool. 

131t Major .-Shervinton served in the 4Gth H-gt. tlirou.houi the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, 
including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, sortie of 2Cth Oct., siege and fall of 
Sebastopd. Having served uninteiruptedly throughout the siege he was appointed to the Staff 
at Balaklava, and subsequently to the command oftlie 1st Battalion Land Transport Corps (Medal 
nn 1 C!n>n<, Brevet of Major, "and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

132 ^faj jr Gill'im served with the 2nd Battalion Royals at the siege of Sebastopol from 22nd 
April 1835, and wa^ severely wounded at the attack of the 8th Sept— leg amputated (Medal 
and Clasp, Brevet Major, and Sardinian Medal). 

133 Mijif Henley served the cimpii^in '.f 1814 in the Pfnit:tu!a, iucluJing the battle of 
Toulouse, for which he h'W received ihc War Mitltl with cue Clasp. 

134 M:jor J. T. Adett served the Syrian campiign including the storm and cipturo of 
Sidon, irjjuni", sv.rrcndir of Bej rout, b imlardmcnt of Acre — slightly wounded by tho 
explosion of a magizine (War Medal with on'> Clasp and Turkish Medal) 

105 Major \V. D. Mic Jouald served in the 95tb llegU in the Kuitern campaign up to Gth Nov. 



101 War Services of the Majors. 

1854, including the battle of Alma (wounded), siege of Sebastopol, sortie of 26th October, and 
battle of Inktrman where he was dangerously wounded having received seventeen bayonet 
stabs (Medal and three Clasps, Brevet jNIajor, and Sardinian Medal). 

136 Major Biillcr served with the Ilifle Brigade in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the 
battle of Alma, siege of Sebastopol, and battle of Inkerman— severely wounded (Medal and three 
Clasps, and Brevet of Major). 

137 Major Sajer served the Syrian campaign of 1840-41 (Medal with one Clasp and Turkish 
Medal). Also with the expeditions to the Baltic in 1854 and 1853, and with the R.M. Battalion 
serving- in cooperation with the Prench army at the siege and capture of Bomarsund (Medal). 

138 Major T. De C. Hamilton served with the 90ih Regt. in Kaffirland during the whole of the 
war of 1846-47 (Medal). Served with the 68th Light Infantry the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, 
including the battles of Alma and Inkcjman, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, 
Victoria Cross, and Knight of the Legion of Honor). 

140 Major Hutton served with the 31&t Regt. throughout the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, in- 
cluding the battles of Moodkce, Fei'ozeshah (wounded), Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon (Medal 
and three Clasps). Served in the Crimea in 1855 during the siege and at the fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Clasp). 

141 Major Daunt served with the 9th Regt. the campaign of 1842 in Affghanistan (Medal) ; 
also the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the battles of Moodkee, Ferozesliah, and Sobraon 
(wounded) : Medal and Clasps. Served iu the Crimea from 15th Feb. 1855, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol, and assault on the batteries on the 18th June (Medal and Clasp). 

142 Major Dick served in the Crimea from the 11th March 1855, as D.A.Q.M.G. attached to 
the Land Transport Corps, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and attacks of the 18th of 
June and 8th Sept., and accompanied the expedition to Kertch and Yenikale (Medal and Clasp). 

144 Major Henry J. Coote served with the 22nd throughout the operations in Scinde (Medal) 
under Sir'Cbarlcs Napier, and was present at the destruction of Imaumghur, and in the battles 
of Meeanee and Hyderabad (severely wounded). He was mentioned in orders as being the first 
man who entered the enemy's entrenched position, and also as having taken the first color 
from the enemy at the battle of Hyderabad. He served with the 36th in the Ionian Islands from 
1849 until 1851, and commanded the troops at Sisi during the insurrection of 1849, and on three 
occasions defeated the injurgents, including their night attack on the village of Aggupader. 

145 Major Pleydell served the Syrian campaign of 1840 — at D'Jouni, the storming of 
SidoH, and bombardment of Acre (War Medal with Clasp and Turkish Medal). Served also 
with the Bxltic expeditions in 1854 and 1865 (Medal). 

146 JMajor Barrett served iu the Kandian Territories, Ceylon, during the whole of the 
Rebellion of 1317 and 18, and commanded an outpost during part of the above period. 

147 Major Hon. E. J. W. Forester served throughout the campaigns in Affghanistan from 
1838 to 1842 inclusive, including the storm and capture of Ghuznee (Medal), storming the 
Khoord Cabool Pass, affair of Tezeen, forcing the Jugdulluck Pass, reduction of the Port of 
Mamoo Khail, defence of Jellalabad, and sorties on the 14th November and 1st December 1841, 
11th March, 24th March, and 1st April 1842, general action and defeat of Akbar Khan before 
Jellalabad (Medal), storming the heights of Jugdulluck, general action of Tezeen, and recapture 
of Cabool (Medal). Served as an Aide-de-Camp to Sir Willougljby Cotton in 1838, 39, and 
40, and at Ghuznee. 

148 Major Esmonde served with the 18th Royal Irish in the Burmese war of 1852-53 
(Medal). Also in the Crimea from 30th Dec. 1854 to 27th July 1855, including the siege of 
Sebastopol, assault and capture of the Cemetery on the 18th June (Medal and Clasp, Victoria 
Cross, and Brevet Major). 

149 Major Knight served with the 62nd at the capture of Genoa in 1814, and subsequently 
at the taking of Castine and Hamiltown in the United States of N. America. 

150 Major Dawson was attached to the 22nd Regt. at the battle of Hyderabad (Medal), and he 
was present with the 40th Regt. iu the action of Maharajpore, at which he was wounded (Medal). 
Served with the 75tli Regt. at the siege of Delhi in 1857 and was severely wounded in right leg 
by a round shot on the 8th June (Medal and Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

151 Major Mansfield served as Aide de Camp to Sir Colin Campbell throughout the Eastern 
campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Balaklava (Medal and Clasps, and 
Sardinian. Medal). 

152 Major Wm. Lee served with the Royal Marines at the capture of the Island of Carabusa 
together with several piratical vessels in its harbour, in 1828-29 (Medal). Served as Adjutant of 
the 6th Regt. in the Kaffir war of 1850-53 (Medal). 

153 Major Forster served with the 6th Dr. Guards at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from 
26 July 1859 (Medal and Clasp). Was second in command of the Wing of the Carabineers before 
Delhi; tl.ence he accompanied General Showers' column and was at the affair of Kuttwalee when 
General Penny was killed, — on this occasion he led a charge against a band of fanatic Ghazces and 
was wounded in seven places, losing a portion of one hand (Medal and Clasp and Brevet of Major). 

154 Major Stevenson served with the 79th Highlanders tliroughout the Eastern campaign of 
1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, assaults of 
the 18th June and 8th September, expedition to Kertch and Yenikale (Medal and three Clasps, 
Sardinian Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian campaign of 1858-59, 
including the siege and capture of Lucknow ; served as a Brigade Major from Feb. 1858 to the 
close of tlie camimigii (fre(iuently muitioued in despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal and Clasp). 

155 Major T. L. Mayne served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 with the 14th Light Dra- 
goons, including the action of Ramnuggur (with the charging squadrons), passage of the Chenab, 



J Far Services of the Majors. 102 

battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat, pursuit of iho enemy across tho Jliolum, and of the 
Alljihans over the Indu?, to the Khybor I'ass (Modal and two Clasps). 

loii Major Lillicrap served with the II. M. Bdttalion at D'Jouni in S)ria in 1840 (War 
Medal and Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

107 M;ijor Rhodes served the canii)aii;n of ^^iyi and the spring campaign of 1854 on the 
Daiiulio as .\ide de Cani|) to tlie Spaiii>h General I'riin, was present at the battle of 01tenit;«:i. 
Subsequently was attached to Suliin Pacha's staff and accompanied the Turkish Irregular 
Cavalry in three successful sorties from the (Juarantine Station ; present in the Tete de I'ont 
when the Russians unsuccessfully attackdl and bombarded that jjosilion, retiring with loss; was 
also at the retreat of the Russians from Giergevo and Slobodsia in ]8o4. lor the abovemen- 
tioncd services he has received the Spanish Order of Isabel the Catholic, also the Turkish Order 
of the Medjidie 4th Class, with a sword of Honor from the Sultan. Served the campaign of 
1854 on the staff of the army in the Crimea, and was present at the battles of Balaklava and 
lukerman and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

108 Major Rand served with the 40th Regt. throughout the operations in China (Medal). 

150 .Major Hon. W. L. Talbot served as Aide de Camp to General Airey at the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol from Ctli Sept. 1855 (Medal and Clasp). 

IGO Major Rider served in Syria in 1840 and has the Medal and Clasp and Turkish Medal. 
Served als.i witli the Baltic expedition in 1855 (.Med;d). 

1(51 ^lajor Ross King served with the 74th Highlanders throughout the Kaffir war of 1851-53 
(Medal), and was present in the engagements of the Amatolas, Kroomie, Waterkloof, kc. — thrice 
honorably mentioned in dispatches, also in General Orders 20th Sept. 185-2. 

U!2 Major Stewart served with the 03rd Iligldandei-s the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 includ- 
ing the battles of .Uma and Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and three Clasjis, and 
5th Class of the Medjidie). 

1(53 Major Delaeombe served wirh the R. M. Battalion in conjunction with the French troops 
at the operations prior to and at tlie suiTender of the forts of Bomarsund iu Aug. 1854, Served 
with the Baltic expedition in 1855, including the bombardment of Sweaborg (Medal). 

H!4 Major Brabazon was present at the storm and desiructiou of the fortified native JIandingo 
town of Sabajco on the Gambia, on the 1st June 1853. 

1G5 Major Nugent served with the 2'Jth Regt. in the Sutlej campaign in 184G (Medal and 
Clasp), and was i)resent at the battles of Ferozeshali and Sobraon (severely wounded). 

U!(i JIajor Pcngelley served with the expedition to the Baltic in 1855 (Medal). He has also 
the Silver Medal ft-om the Royal Humane Society. 

1G7 Major Wiigman served in the Austrian Cavalry and Staff Corps, and was extra Aide-de- 
Canip to Field Marshal Prince Windisch-grtctz in 1840, 41, aud 42. Served in the Crimean 
eampaign of 1855 with the 10th Hussars, in command of a Troop, and was present at the capture 
of Tchor^-aun, battle of Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

108 Major Goff served with the 45th Regt. in the Kaffir war of 1846-47 (Medal). 

160 Major Peddle served in Holland with the 21st Fusiliers in 1813 and 14, and was present at 
the attack on Merxem, the bombardment of the French fleet at Antwerp, and assault on Bergen- 
op-Zoom. 

170 Major Riley served with the 88th Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the 
battles of Alma aud lukerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish 
Medals). 

171 Major Hamilton served in the Peninsula and has the War ^ledal with one Clasp for the 
battle of Salamanca. 

172 Major Rouey served as Major in the 1st Jagcr Corps, British ("Jerman Legion, from its 
formation, accompanied it to the East, and was eventually appointed to the command of the 
corps. 

173 Major Eagar served with the 40th Regt. throughout the operations in Candahar and 
AfTghanistan in 1841-42, and was sevfnly wounded at Beni Badam (Medal); served also in the 
tattle of Mahanijpore— wounded (Medal). Served in the Crimea from Feb. to Aug. 1855, as 
acting field ofiicer of the Land Transport Corps (Medal and Clasp). 

174 Major Young served with the OSth Regt. in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 (Medal). 

175 Major Leslie served with the &Oth Regt. the campaign on the Sutlej in 1845-6, including 
the battles of Moodkee, l■eroze^hah, and Sobraon, for which he has received a Jlcdul and two 
Clasps. In Nov. 1844 he was wrecked on one of the Andaman Islands in the transport Briton, 
with three Companies of the 80th Foot, and carried the Dispatches from the island to Moulmcin, 
during which time he was 22 days at sea in an open boat. Served at the siege of Sebastopol 
from 27th Xov. 1854 to lOth March 1855 (Medal and Clasp, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

17G Major Steel served with the 12th Lancers in the Crimea from 20th July 1855 (Medal with 
Clasp for Sebastopol, and Turkish Medal). 



103 GENERAL AND FIELD OFFICERS 

WHO HAVE EETIEED EROM THE SERVICE. 



LIEUTENANT-CtEHEEAL. 

^ Jolinson, WillK im Augustu s' 



'50 F. 



MAJOE-GENERALS, 

\J Bateman, Robert,^ Unatt 

\3 aSi Beckwith, Cliarlos.^ CB. 

^3 Rristow, Henry,'' 38 K 

Chan-etic, Thomas 5 

P Dc Cliabot, Louis ■William, Vi 
y Dud-eon, l>elev,i2 Unatt. ... 
Uwyei', Henry, MJiiatt. 

Karrer, James 8 

^3 i'M Floyd, Sir Henry, Bart.^ 
^ Owen Loftus,!* Unatt. ... 
Priniile, Jolm, Unatt. 
aai Rooke, Sir Hen. WiUoughby 
13 Stewart, William, " 3 F. ... 
Studd, Kdward, Unatt 



31 Aug. 55 
9 Nov. 46 

■20 June 54 
9 Nov. 40 

19Julv 21 

31 Aug. 55 

20 June 54 

23 Nov. 41 

H Nov. 51 

1(5 xMay 57 

10 Jan. 37 

1" CB., KCH. 22 July 80 

22 July 80 

20 June 54 



Graham, William, Srots Fus. Gds 

IJGraham, William, 42 9 F 

Greenwood, George, 2 Life Gds 

Gregory, Hen. Jas. Michell.^s 3 W. I. Regt. „ 

Hall, Thomas,'!* Greuadicr Guards 

Hamilton, Sir Cha. J. J.« Bt. CiJ.Scots Fus.Gd; 



.. 9 Nov. 4a 
., 8 Sept. 57 
,. 12 Jan. 38 
. 15 May 57 
.. 11 Nov. 51 
June .54 



i^aa Woodford, Sir John George,i3 kCB., 



KCH. Gr. Gds. 



... 10 Jan. 37 



... 10 Jan. 37 
F-, 

... Nov. 46 
... 28 June 38 
... 23 Nov. 41 
... 11 Nov. 51 
i Stafford Militia 11 Nov. 51 

25 July 10 

'22F 28 June 38 

..11 Nov. 61 
.. 20 June 54 
.. 23 Nov. 54 
.. 28 June 38 
.. 22 July SO 
5 April 45 



COLONELS. 

13 323 AUix, Charles,! Gr. Gds. ... 
|3 Ansel), Edward Anthony,^ KH 

Military Knight of IJ'indsor 
Anglesey, Henry, Marquis of, 42 F. 
13 Army'tage, Henry, \Gr. Gds. ... 
Astell, Richard William, Gr. Gds. 
Bagot, Cha., Gren. G Is., Col.; 
BalUie, Hugh, Surrey Rangers 
Barlow, George Edward Pratt,"* 22 F. 

Bazalgette, John,' 2 W. I. Regt 

^ Besbie, Thomas Stirling,' 44 F 

Blackburne, William, 69 F 

Blake, Matthew Gregory, Canadian Regt 

f Blake, Wm. Williams^ CB. 11 Drs. - 

\i mi Boldero, Lonsdale,"" Gr. Gds. 

Boswell, Sir Geo. A. F.Houstoun.JS^ Cold. Gds. 11 Nov. 51 

13 Boys, Edmund French, n 45 F 9 Nov. 46 

13 Bragge, William,l2 37 p 20 June 54 

Bridge, Cyprian, isjg P 26 Oct. 58 

13 Brooke, Thomas, 14 Grcn. Gds 10 Jan. 37 

13 aii:i Browne, Fielding.i^ cB. 66 F. Barrack 

Muster, Regent's Park 10 Jan. 87 

Browne, Thomas Gore,i8 CB. 41 F. Governor and 

Cj/n. in Chief , New Zealand 20 June 5 1 

Burdett, Sir Robert, Bart. 68 F 9 Nov. 46 

Burrowes, Robert Edward,'? KH. 66 F 30 June 54 

Campbell, James, 87 F 28 Nov. 54 

CampbtU, Jolm, 38 P 20 June .54 

Cane, Stopford, 30 F 11 Nov. 51 

Cartwright, Henry, Gr. Gds. 20 June 54 

Cecil, iorrf Thomas, Coldst. Gds 9 Nov. 46 

^ Cliaplin, Thomas,l't Coldst. G<ls 2:{ Nov. 41 

Clavering, Henry Mordaunt, 98 F. 29 April 02 

Clifford, Hubert CaviMidish Spencer, Gr. Gds. ... 7 Sept. 55 

Clinton, Frederick, Gr. Gds U Nov. 51 

Ciinton, Henry, U Drs 20June54 

Close, Maxwell,'** 79 F 9 Nov. 40 

Cookell, WiUiam,i9 10 Foot 28 Nov. 54 

Conroy, Henry George, Gr. Gds. 28 Nov. 54 

13 Couper, Sir George, Bt.20 CB. KH. 10 F. Con- 
troller of the Household^ lC(2Ucrri/ to H.R.II. 



13 Hamilton, John Potter.^e kII. Scots Fus. Gds. 12 Aug. 19 

Hammond, Fred. 75 F 20 June 54 

Harcourt, Francis Venables, Coldst. Gds 9 Nov. 46 

13 Harris, Harry Bulteel,« KH. 93 F 10 Jan. 87 

Hay, Alex. Sebastian Leiih, CB. 93 F 16 April 53 

Hay, ioj'rf Edward, 7 Hussars 9 Nov. 40 

Hill, Philip, 1 W. I. Rpgt 20 June 54 

Hill, Stephen John,50 CB. 2 West India Rfgt., 
Go'^crnor of Sierra Leone ... ,, 

Hill, Bon. William Nocl,5l 13 F 

Holland, L'uncelot, 34 F 

Honyman, Sir Oid,53 Sari. Gr. Gds. .., 

Hupwood, Hervey, Grenadier Guards 

13aga Horton, Gemge William,=5 7 Dr. Gds. 
13 329 Hughes, Robert,66 1 W. I. Regt. ... 
13 a53 Hutchinson, Hon. Henry Hely,67 6 Drs, 
]3 Joddrell, Henry Edmund,53 Gr. gjs, _ _ 

l3 aSi Keane, Edward,™ Gr. Gds 

13 Ki le, Alexanders' 20 F , 

y mm Lane, Henry ,6^ Gr. Gds 

13 aai Le Blanc, Francis,03 40 F 

i3 Loconfieid, George, Lord, 27 F. 

y Leslie, Cliarles,84 KH. Gren. Gds. ... 

iaa Linton, John,<>5 Co'dst. Gds 

Lowe, Arthur Charles, ("S II F 

M'Douall, James, lati' of 2 Life Guards ... 
13 Macadam, Williain.o? KH. 8 Foot ... 
Maclean, Sir Charles Fitzroy, Bt. 13 Drs. 

13 Macpherson, John, 68 n y 

WL Madox, Henry,*>9 KH. 12 Lancers ... 



28 Nov. 54 
... 20 June 54 
... 4 June 14 
... 2 Oct. 46 
... 22 Aug. 56 
... 23 Nov. 41 
... 28 Nov. 54 
... 28 June 88 
... 10 Jan. 37 
... 28 June 38 
... 20 June 54 
... 28 June 88 
... 23 Nov. 41 
... 22 July 30 
... 9 Nov. 46 
... 9 Nov. 46 
...15 Mar. 53 
... 10 April 47 
...23 Nov. 41 
... 9 Nov. 46 
... 20 June 54 
28 June 38 



the Duchess of Kent 
13 Cox, Sir William,2' Port. Serv. 
Crcash, Giles V.andeleur, Depot Batt. ... 

Daniell, Henry,22 Coldst. Gds 

d'Arcy, George A. K.*' 3 West India Regt. 

vcrnor of ihe Gambia 

13 aSl Dawkins, I]enry,24 C ddst. Gds. ... 

13»e Lacy, John,2S 39F 

Dennis, Maurice (iriffin.sii Oil. 00 F. ... 

Denny, VVilUam.s? 71 F 

D .bbin, Thomas,2» 3 Dr. Gds 

Doherty, Charles Edmund," 13 Dragoons 
13 Si3 Drummond, William.S" Sco. Fus. Gds, 

Dundas, Philip, F 

Djson, John Daniel, 3 Dragoon Guards 
Evclegh, Fred. Charlps.a' CB. 20 F 

Matter at Clonmnl 

Fiirquharson, Petcr,33 1 vp. 

Foley, Hon. Aug. Fred , Gren. Gds. 
Forrtyce-lJuchan, George Williani,3' 74 F. 

Fraser, Jame<, 72 F. 

{) Eraser, William.35 43 F 

Oaiintlett, GeorKe,3i02 K 

13 i\U Gawlcr, Goorgc.37 KH. .12 V. 
Gibbes, J'lhn George Nallianiel,35 CO F.... 

^ Gloster, Tbomas.a" 68 F 

13 Gordon, Arthur Helsham,'io Gr. G Is. ... 
Goulburu, Edward, Grenadier Guards 



... 10 Jan. 87 
... 12 Aug. 19 
... 20 June 54 
... 28 Nov. 54 
Go- 
... 7 Julv 57 
... 10 Jan. 37 
... 2S Nov. .54 
... 28 Nov. 54 
... 20 June 54 
... 23 Nov. 41 
... £8 Nov. 54 
... 10 Jan. 37 
... 9 Nov. 40 
... 28 Nov. 54 
Barrack 

12 May 58 

20 .lune 54 

... 20 June .54 
... 28 Nov. ,54 
... 28 Nov. 54 
... 29 Aug. 57 
... 19 July 21 
... 9 Nov. 40 
... 11 Nov. 51 
... 20 June 64 
... 10 Jan. .37 
... 23 Nov. 54 



Massev, Hon. Nathaniel Henry Cha, 70 F. Lt. 

Col.' Comm. 4 W. York Militia 20 June 5 1 

Maxwell, Sir William Alex. Bart. 1 Drs. ... 11 Nov. 51 

Meyrick, Wm. Henry, Gr. Gds... 10 Jan. 37 

Monkland, George,70 74 F. 28 Nov. 54 

Murray, Lord James Chas. P.7i Scots Fus. Gds. 

Equerry to H.B.H. the Duchess of Kent ... 20 Feb. 56 

Myers, William James, R. Stall' Corps 26 Oct. 58 

Owen, Robert,72 72 F 11 Nov. 51 

Paget, Frederick, Coldst. Gds 11 Nov. 51 

Passy, Edmund Wm. Wilton, 56 F 28 Nov. 54 

Patience, James,73 G5 F 28 Nov. 54 

Penleaze, Henry, Gr. Gds 20 June 54 

Pennant, Hon. Edw. Gordon Douglas, Scots Fus. 

Gd*. Col. Carnarvon Militia 9 Nov. 4G 

Phipp.s, Hon. SirCha.B.A'C/J. Scots Fus. Gds. 

Keeper of the Privij Purse 11 Nov. 51 

IP Pratt, Charles,75 II'f 9 Nov. 40 

Pringle, John Henry, Scots Fus. Guards, Lt 
Col. Com. 6 Lancashire Militia 

Purnell, William P. ,76 CB. 90 F 

Raiit, Ci:arles Robert, Unattached 
Reynardson, Edward Birch,?' CB. Gr. Gds. 
13 Richardson, William,7S Roval Horse Gds. 
y aSl Riddlesdcn, John Buck,79 -27 p. ... 
Roheitson, James Alexander, 82 F. 

Robertson, James Macdonold.s" 4 Dr. Gds. 

13Sahvey, Henry,8'2 Drs. ' 

Saumarez, Hon. John St. Vin-ent, 16 Drs. 

Savage, John Morris, R. Art ; 

^3 Saunderson. Hardie-;s Robert,82 73 p. ... 

Scott, Hon. Charles Grantham, Soots Fus. Gds 

Skelly, Francis, 37 F 

St. Quintin, Matthew C. D. 17 Drs 

Skipwith, Hunry,84 43 F 

Swan, Graves Chaniney, Unalt 

Tavlor, Phillpotts Wright, Can'ddian Rifles 

Tempest, Thomas Richard Plumbe, 33 F 

Toulon, George, 16 F 



Thornton, William, Gr. Gds. 
T.Kld, George, Coldst. Gds. 

Tulh)cb, Thomas,85 42 F 

Turner, Fie i. lienrv, Scots Fus. Gds. 
13J!CSVandeleur, John.ss 4 Drs. 
Virars, William Henrv,87 01 F. ... 
iiia Wallace, Robert,8« KH. 3 F. ... 

Walpole, Horatio,89 79 F 

Wcilcsley, William llcnry Charles, 7 F. 
Wcstmorland.C;i3.F.W.H.,£VWo/, Colds. Gds. 11 Jan. 60 

Whyte, John James, 1 Dr. Gds 11 Nov. 51 

Wigiain, Ely Duodecimus, Scots Fus. Gds. ... 11 Nov. 51 
Wilbrihani, Hon. Edw. Bootle, Coldst. Gds. Col. 

Lancashire Militia 11 Nov. 51 

lP?.awildman,Jolin,"il Dr.Gds 20 Juno 54 

Wise, Charles, 05 F. Lt. Col. 1 ffarwich Mil... 2S Nov. 54 
aa Wood, John Manley.sa 3 F 28 Nov. 54 



... 20 .June 54 

... 24 MUr. 58 

.. 28 Nov. 54 

.. 20 June 54 

,.. 10 Jan. 37 

.. 1 Aug. 26 

.. 16 Sept. 57 

.. 9 Nov. 41 

.. 93 Nov. 41 

,..20 June 54 

.. 14 Jan. 55 

.. 11 Nov. 51 

80 Jan. 65 

.. 28 Nov. 54 

... 11 Nov. 51 

...28 Nov. 54 

... 28 Nov. 54 

... 28 Nov. 51 

... 20 June 54 

... 9 Nov. 46 

... 11 Nov. 51 

... 9 Nov. 40 

... 26 Oct. 68 

... 20 June 54 

... 23 Nov. 41 

... 28 Nov. 54 

... 23 Nov. 41 

... 11 Nov. 51 

...23 Nov. 54 



P Woodt:at<>, Williora,'^ Cli. CO F. 
^J Wriift, Sir Henry, nDlmrtos," 29 F 
\} U Tim ham, Clmrl.-s" 3li V. ... 
Y.uki', I'hilip Jaiims, S,ot< Kits. Oils. ... 

LIEUTENANT-COLONELS, 

All l:nis. Jmics, K. Art 

P Alc\;i;Klir, IU-iirv,i 9G F 

All.M, James, a \V. I. llegt 

\i Aiiiioisiii,, josoi»ii,3 an. Kii. 50 r. ... 

Ari.lrfvvs Cl.arU-s, 40 Y 

AiiUr.-s \Villiaiii,3 55F 

Arriistr.>ii-. Alov. Boswell,* Ciipe M. KiHos 

Artliiir, Th.imas 3 Dr. Gd8. 

Asllcy, Jolin l)iii;iIal.-,5 Scots Fii5. Gds. ... 

AM>lon, lloiiry Edmund, 51 F 

Aylniir, Fredt rick Charles," 89 F. 

Dahliii.gion, William, 7 Ilusi^urs 

Hailddey, \Vm. Henry Clinton.' 49 F. ... 
IJiiinrs, Cuthbert A. 10 F 

V llarney, (Jeorge.s R. Engineers 

B li-rett, Knox, 56 F 

llarriti'^'tun, llenrv, (Jr. Gils 

V ill Itarton, Alexftnder.'O KII. 1> Drs. 

Uirlin, lliuh William, 09 K 

]Jatliiir>l, Henry. Scots Fiis. Ods 

P I'.avh , Sir Her.rv.is KII. 77 F. 
^ Heckham, Tlionias,'3 Unatta(!hcd 
Hell, Wm., 12 F. liarrack il 
|J Uell, Thom..s,u Cli. 13 F. 
Ronnett, William. -SS F. ... 



Field Officers who have retired. 

10 July 21 I Cumberland, Pcntinck Harry, 18 F. 

2a Nov. 41 ; C.iinniini!, Heniy Wcddorburne. Coldst. 



101 



OdK 



. C Nov. 27 
. n Nov. 61 
. Nov. 40 
. lApiiUl 
. 11 Nov. 51 
. II Nov. 51 
. 5 Nov. 47 
. liMiiy 43 
. 10 June 57 
. 20 June 54 
.. 2 Nov. 55 
.. 13 May 59 
.. 2S Mar. 55 
. 28 Oct. 58 
. 15 Aug. 40 
. 11 Nov. 51 
. 1 Oct. 29 
. Ill Jan. 37 

30 Dec. 28 

13 Jan. 43 

23 Nov. 41 

20 June 54 

Neuport... 30 Mar. 49 

20 Sept. 27 

10 Jan. 37 

|) liernarJ, Hon. Win. SmyUi.'s 17 Lancers ... 11 Nov. 51 

Hick, rstntt". Uobcrt.6 Diiic<.on Guanls 20 July 58 

Bif.'so, William Mattliew," 70 1'. LI.Col. Com. 

Xurthumbcr'.and Militia 23April47 

Binshani. Ueorse, J.oril^^ Coldslreum Guards 20 Dec. 59 



Blacliford, Oswald Sanmel, 15 Drs. 

Black, Gco--e, 75 F. 

2cl Bl >ne. Sir Hugh S., Jit. Scots Fus. Gds. 
5£l Ulalhwnyl., OeorgR Wm. 1 F. 

Blenaerl. asset, Barry,!' 71 F 

Blomctield, Oiorgo, 7 Drs 

Doldero. Henrv Georee, •fS F 

Bond, iM«nnI.«> Dep. Batt 

Bond, Henry.si 15 Hussars 

Bonliiina, John Brathwaite,*^ 50 p. 

i,Z\ Bowen, Kobert, Coldst. Gds 

|J Urackenbury, Sir Edw.ard.^a CO F. ... 
Bradford, Ralph,--' Grenadier Guards 

Brisco, Hjl'on,2 Dr. Gds 

Broadley, Mdward Osborne, Unattached 
Brown, Edward John Ve'ey,2' 00 F. 
P Brown, Gii8tavus,«> Cli. U.5 F. 

Browne, Britheiton,U4F. 

gj< Bionne, Barton Parker,*? 11 Drs. ... 

|) Browne, Georpc.»8 CB. 23 F 

p iil l.'rucc. Williani,"0 Kit. 48 F. 

Bnll, Fred. Oeddes, Unatlaclicd 

|)Bnnburv, Thomas'l Cli. 80 F 

Burdctt, Charles Sedlcy, M Coldst. Gds. ... 

BnrJctt, Francis, 17 lirs 

Burton, Fran. Aug. Plui.kctt.M Coldst. Gds. 

Butler, Edward Kent S., 35 F 

Butt, John Wells 95 F 

a £11 CadcU, Charles,^ KB. 94 F. 

Caiuc. William.3* 2(1 Y 

Caldweli, WUliani BUtterraan, 76 F. 
CampLcll, Henry Dm.dai, Unatt. 

Campbell, James, 61 F 

Campbell, P. Wuu PiizRoy, So ts Fus. Gds. 

Carruthcrs, Hichard,»7 Cli.'l V 

Cavan, Phdip Charles, 30 F 

Charleton, Henry Wilnu.t, 2 Dr. Gds. ... 

Clietwude, GmrEO, 8 Hussars 

Churcli, Sir Ricliarl,»J CD. OCII. Greek L.I, 

C'cathrr, Edward John, 49 F 

CUphiiic, Hubert 11 mslas.'O' 79 F. 

^J SaClerkp, .Sir Wm. Henry ,<l Jinrt., 47 F. 

C Ithcrow, John Christii', Coldst. Gus. ... 

Cochrunc, Gcorjje, Ceylon Rc;:t 

Cocker. Uarnaid William, 38 F 

Cocks, Charles Lygon,«3 Coblstrcom Guards .. 

Cole, Robert, 39 F 

Coles, Josiali Ko;{ers John,<3 L.nccrs 

Cidman,lhomas, 9 F 

^taColthurst, James RoLcrt,<< 18 F 

Conncip, Henry, 55 F. 

f Cooke, John Henry, 21 F. Sub. OJJicir Oint. 

at Arms 11 Nov, 

Co.ile, Chidlov,31 P 11 Nov. 51 

P7Z^ Ciwell-Slepno-, J. Ptcpncy,** KII. Cold. 

Gds 15 June .10 

Cox, Claries, 7-2 F 11 Ni.v. 61 

Cox, Samuel Symes, 50 F 13 July 55 



... 20 June 54 
... 13 Feb. .59 
... 31 Aug. 31 
... 11 Nov. 51 
... 7 Dec. 58 
... 23 Nov. 41 
... II Nov. 51 
... 20 June 54 
... 11 Nov. 51 
... 14 Feb. 52 
...27 Jan. 32 
... 10 Jan. 37 
... 14 July 54 
... 16 June 57 
... 20 Oct. 53 
... 27 .May 56 
...17 Aug. 12 
... II Nov. 51 
... II. Nov. 51 
... 23 Nov. 41 
... 2d Nov. 41 
... 22 Sept. SB 
...20 July 44 
... 22 Aug. 59 
... 19 Oct. 48 
... 25 May 55 
... 17 June .10 
... 20 Oct. 68 
... 27 Sept. 33 
... 11 Nov. 51 
... 20 June 54 
... 28 June 38 
... 19 Aug. 49 
... 9 Nov. 38 
... 23 July 39 
... 21 May 52 
... il June 41 
... SO Mar. CD 
. ... 19 Nov. 12 
... 20 Jui.e 54 
... CJunc 5f. 
... 11 Nov. 51 
... 30 May 43 
... 28 Sept. 47 
... 11 Nov. 51 
... 20 June 54 
... 31 Dee. 47 
... Sept. 59 
... 20 June 54 
... 11 Nov. 51 



nst,//o„. IVrejiine Fmncis,«8 22 P. 

l'al"cty, James W., 74 F 

Dalling, Sir Windham W. lit., S. Fns. Gd^. 
DalicU. .Hon. Robert Alcx.Gcor)ri-,'«»t'«. C-S F. 
n.ishuood, Alexander \VilU)n, 74 F. 



11 Nov. r,\ 
27 May 5:1 
Nov. 40 
eOJuIv 55 

. 22 Apr. 02 
Nov. 51 

,23 No 



Dcare, Geo.. 21 V. Lt.Col. Com. If. Siifl^olk Mil. 23 Dec. 88 
De Bathe, Sir Wm. I'lunkett, /?nr<.»" 53 P. ... 9 April 25 

De Lancey, John, 1 W. I. Rcgt 11 Nov. 61 

l>r I.anc-ev, Peter, 75 K 3 Apiil 49 

JCl D.- Voeu\ I!., Scots Fns. Gd 3 July 20 

J3I).' VisMie Franei5,53 80F 11 Nov. 51 

|3 Di-by, Henry Robert »> S.oU Fus. Gds. ... 20 July 30 

Di^'by, John Alnierus.MC.ren. GJ» 7 1):C. .08 

Dillon, Francis Willi.-<m,M 0!) F 7 Dec. 47 

|) iICl Disbrowo, Gcorce, KII. Or. Gds 17 A-ig. 21 

Dixon, John, Or. Gds 18 May 41 

Pixon, John, 73 F 11 Nov. 51 

P Doyle, Michael Taylor,5« Rifle Br 10 Jan. 37 

9 Jiaa Drought, John Head,'? 15 F 1 1 Nov. 51 

Duhcrley, George, 77 F 22 Dec. 48 

Dunkcllin, Ullick Canning, Lord, Coldst.Ods... 3 Nov. 54 

Diinsmure, Charles, 42 F 15 Feb. 50 

P Edmonds, Hamilton, 7 F. Barrack Mnst. at 



noiL-ntlom . 

^ Edwards, Huph Gorc.M lo F 

Egeiton. Hon. Arthur Fred., Gr. Gds. ... 

Evrrs, George William, Gr. Gds 

U'Fidkincr, 8amuel,5'J23F 

Fane, Henry, 15 Drs. 

Fariuharson, Henrv Hubert, 1 F 

Fcildcn, Uol)ett,6l 44 F 

?) Fendcll, William,f'2 4 Dr> 

Fercuson, Robert, 79 F 

Fieklin, Robert, 47 F 

Findlav, Alexander, 3 W. I. R 

Fislier, Seth Nntlall,25 F. 

litzGcrald, Cliarlcs Lionel, R. Art. 

FitiGerald, Edward, A7/. 98 K 

P ££U Fitz Roy, Lonl Charles," 26 F. ... 

Fitz Rov, Hugh, Gr. Gds 

«£a ll:imank, John,'S .35 F 

Fleteber, R., Gr. Gds 

Forbes, John, Cobl<t. Gds. 

Forbes, Jonathan,"* 78 F 

Forbes, John Ale.vander, 92 F 

Forester, Cecil William, 52 F 

Forester, Hon. Henrv Townsend, Gr. Gds. 
Eraser, Hon. Alex. Edw.,** Scots Fu*. Gds. 
Freeman, Thomas Ini;;o W'iekham, 13 F. 
P £E1 Fuller, Francis, CB.^<> 59 F. 
|J Fuller, Frederick Hervey,"' 91 P. 

Gai-ford. Jolm Will.ara, 72 F 

Gale, Alex. Robinson, 80 F 

G.m It, Fred., Scots Fusilier Guards 

r..: \'.. r ,! 'v...,TaY 

1''^ ; ' II llutcliinson,'«93F. 

West India Regt. 



11 Nov. 51 
... 10 Jan. 37 
... 11 Sept. 57 

... 1 Juiv za 

... 11 Nov. 51 
... 17 Get. 37 
... 10 .Mar. 37 
... 17 July 55 
... 24 Dee. 3-> 
... 13 Mar. 35 
... II .Nov. 51 
... 13 Feb. .V2 
... 20 J line 54 
... 1 April 55 



, 9 Nov. 40 
, 20 Nov. .'to 
. 7 Aug. 40 
. 9 Nov. 46 
, 9 Nov. 4(i 
22 Aug. 51 
, 21 Aui. 52 
, 2 Feb. 58 
. 11 Nov. 51 
. 27 ilay 25 
. 11 Nov. 51 
. 22 June .V) 
. 11 Nov. 51 
. 2 Oct. 40 
. 11 Nov. 51 
. 11 Nov. 51 
. 29 Apr. .50 



.., Ride Br. Col. Jirdt. Militia II Ne 



i'. I. Regt. 



{3(iirar,l..t, t!:arlesA.,"Col,Jst. Gds. 
Glover, Sterling Freeman, 12 F. ... 
fi3 Gooch, Henry,'* Coldst. Gds. ... 

Gordou, John.'S 47 F 

Gordon, .Sir William, Hart. 3 
9 Gore, George, KH. 9 Drs. 

Gould, Francis Augustus, 48 F 

Grant, Alex. G., K, F 

Gr.ve, Robert, 7« 90 F 

Ilaiarl, James M'Caul, Cli. 7 Hus«ar8 ... 
tJfJ.i lli.lkett, Hugli,-« CB. OC/^.Ger. Legn.. 
Halkotl, James,"! Ooldslienm Guards ... 

Hall, Charles, Scots Fns. Gds 

JliilHall, Oei>ri!e,82.54 F 

Hall, Jasper Ta: lor, 53 F 

Hamilton, Sir James J.dm, Barl.. 39 F. 

Hamiltm. .'i.imu.l 11. 25 F 

HaramiB, TlioinnsCiichrnne,^«Ce)lon Rc^t. . 

Hanuicr, Henry, KII. R. H. Gds 

Harding. Benjamin, 2 Dr. Gds 

Harding, William,"* 2 F 

Hare, //w7». Kiehard, 90 F. 

Harries, Tl.omas," 03 F. 

P Harrison, John Bacon.*' CB. .50 F 

PI£1 Harrison, J. Christopher,*' Kit. 23 P. . 
H.I I vey, Henrv »., 22 F. Major London Mil. . 



51 



II Nov. 51 ' Hatton. Villicrs Iji Touchc, Gr. Gds. 

H.nltain, Fred. William. R.nal Artillery 
Jiai Hawkins, Henrv, Sent* Fns. Od'. ... 
P Hny, Sir Andrew Leitli,»<> KH. 1 W. I. R 

Hay, David. Dr. Gdi 

Hn> garth, Fiancis." Scots Fusilier Guaid: 

n Henry, Graham," 09 F 

iB llcwctt, WUliam, 53 F 



11 July 20 
14 Apr. 48 
. 20 Nov. .'32 
. 15 Dec. .50 
.20 June .54 
. 4 Dec. 17 
. II Nov. 51 
81 Aug. .V, 
. 2 Nov. .55 
. 14 Aug. 57 
. I Jan. 12 
.20 June 54 
, 13 Auc. 25 
28 Junc:t.8 
23 Nov. 51 
9 Nov. 40 
.24 Nov. 57 
, II Nov. 51 
, 18 .Mot 20 
14 July 25 
. 23 Nov. 41 
II Nov. 51 
. Jiini' JO 

19 June 12 
22 July 30 

. 20 June 54 

20 June 55 
. I Apr. 00 
, 22 Jiilv 30 

21 j-!iic 31 
1 Nov. 42 

. 14 Jul) 51 
II Nov. 51 
19 Aug. 28 



105 

tlcyland, John Eowley, 7 F. Barrack Master 



Field Officers who have retired. 



Jerscii 

Mickey, Edwaid, 60 F 

Hill, Charles John, 7 Hussars 

Hill, George Siavclev, Rifle Br 

Hill, Rich. Frrd. 53 F. Col. Shropshire Mil. 
Hoss, James Macnnphien, 1 Life Gds. ... 

Hc.iden, Henry, '•! Drapoons 

Holder, Charles,o» SroU Fus. Gds. 
H.dmes, Christopher Fiancis,95 6 F. 
^3 <"£i Home, Francis, Scots Fus. Gds. ... 
Hudson, Joseph Henry, Gr. Gds., Suixrintt 

dent of Army Clothing 

Hume, Georjre Punsonby, \o P 

|J Hnmfrey, Benjamin Geale,97 97 F. 

Hunt, Wm. Thos. 3 W. I. Kegt 

Hunter, Jamts, IGF 

y Hutton, Thonv.is.s' 32 F 

Inge, William, 8 F 

a£l Jackson, Basil, R. Staff Corps 
James, Charles, 12 F. 



.. 20 June .54 
... 9 Nov. 56 
... 5 April 33 
... 20 June .'34 
... 13 Mav 30 
...-22 June 55 
... 31 May 59 
... 17 Aug. 55 
... 20 June 54 I 
... ISJIar. 11 

... IGMay 45 
... 26 Oct. 58 
... 11 Nov. 51 
... 5 Aug. 42 
... 11 Xov. 51 
... 28 June 38 , 
... 11 Nov. 51 I 
... 9 Nov. 46 
... 20 June 64 



Jocelyn,"//o«. John Strange,9^ Scots Fus. Gds.... 6 Nov. 54 

^D Johnston, James,i''0 99 F 11 June 29 

^3 affij Johnston, William Fred.,'"! Gr. Gds. ... 10 Jan. 37 

Johnstone, George, 15 F 23 Aug. 39 

Jones, Ebenezer, C6 F 11 Nuv. 51 

Jones, Inigo Williams, 11 Hussars 34 Dec. 52 

Jones, Thomas 14 Drs 10 Jan. 37 

Kaye, George Li-ter Lister, Unatt. Lt.Col. Com. 

5 jr. York Militia H Nov. 51 

Ke:ine, George Micl:ael, 2 F 11 Nov. 51 

Kearney, Charles, 2 Dr. Gds 28 Oct. 37 

Keating, James .Nnger, Kille Br 11 Nov. »1 

Keats, John Smith, 83 F 20 June .54 

Keliall, Roper, R. i:n- 22 Apr. 45 

Kelson, Charlfs,l03 Ceylon Rcgt 20 June 54 

Kidd, John JI'Mahon, 87 F 22 June 54 

King, A. S., lOF. 



Kingscote, R. N. F., 



Cli. Scots Fus. Gds 



17 Ji.ly 55 
11 Nov. 51 
5 Nov. 47 



Oroom in Wailing to the Qiiccn 
Kirwan, Andrew Hya.intli, 95 F.... 
Kitchener, Henry Horatio, 9 F. ... 
Knox, Bwwnlow William, Scots Fus. Gds. Major 

Backs Yiomanri) IS Xov. 39 

Knox, George, Coldst. Gds 27 July 38 

Knox, William, 13 Drs 23 June 48 

Leake, W. M., Royal Artillery 4 June 13 

Learmontli,Alexauder.li'5 17 Lancers 1 July .59 

ESa Leathani, James, 106 4 F 11 Nov. 51 

Le Couteur, John, '07 20 F 11 Nov. 51 

Leitrim, W., £arZo/, 51 20 June 54 

Lennox, Lord Artiiur, GS F. Sussex Militia ... 22 Nov. 42 
aai Lennox, Luid George, 6 Drs. Lord in 

Waiting to H.R.H. The Prince. Consort . 
Lewes, John, 3 West India Regt. 
13 LiUie, Sir John Scott.'os Cli. Gr. Gds. 
H aa Lillie, Thomas, 110 Cejlon Rifles ... 

Lindesay, Patrick.lU 63 F 

Lindsav, Hon. Cliarles Hush.nz Gr. Gds. 

Lindseil. Robert Henry,! 14 28 F 

Lister, Frtd. D. 115 6 Drs 

liOflus, Ferrars, Gr. Gds. Col. 3 IK. York Mil 



.. 12 June 23 
.. 7 May 58 
.. 10 Jan. 37 
.. 10 Oct. 58 
.. 9 Mar. 55 
.. 14 July 54 
.. £6 Dec. 56 
.. 2 Nov. 55 
..27 I)e.'. 33 

Long, Samuel, Gr. Gds 13 Sept. 27 

Lowndes, Jolin Henry ,116 6 P June 56 

13 Lowlher, Hon. Hen. Cecil, 12 F. Col. Cumber- 
land Militia 20 .\pril 17 

ir(fl: Loyd-Lb.d-^ay, Rob. Jas.,117 Scots Fus. Gds. 22 July ,59 

13 aaa Luard, John.'is 30 F 28 June 33 

Lushini'ton, Franklin,"!) CI}. Scots Fus. Gds. ... 20 June 54 

Lys, George \Iowt.ray,'2J Cli. 20 F 15 May .55 

\3$Sl M'Alester, C.Arch.,121 KH. Ceylon Rgt.... 8 June 26 

M'Call, Jau.es, 8 Drs " 

I) M'Niven, Th'.mas William Ogilvy,i22 70 F. . 

13 MacBeaii. Fred e rick, 123 ff/f. 84 F 

Blacbcath, Gcorge,'^^ CJJ. Depot l?att 

Macdonald, AlexaiKlnr, 68 F 

Macdonald, John,i-0 5F. Lt.Col. Commandant 
Ca.narvon Militia 

Macdonell, George, 12' CB. 79 F. 

U MacDougall, Sir Duncan,i2u 79 F. ... 

13Macdougall, Janu'R,i2J 42 F 

Mackay, Henry Fowler, 76 F 

Mrtckcv, John Alex., 57 F 

Maclean, Henry Dnndns, 60 F 

5 M • Fherson, I )uncan,i3'' 27 F 

MaiFherson, Duncan, 42 F 

Mair, Cornelius Cuyler Philip, 34 F. 

Mttlet, Charles St. Lo, 8 F 

^ Man-el, John,l3l C/i. 53 F 

Marryst, George, 2-1 F 

U«;ai Marshall, Wm.'32 Insp. Field Ofticcr 

Matliias, Wm. 62 F. 8 Lnncanhire Militia 

Maxwell, Cliarles Francic, 82 F 

Maxwell, Hon. James Pierce, !» SO F. 



..17 Sept. 


41 


. 31 Dec. 


41 


.. 2 Nov. 


33 


.. 20 June 


51 


.. 20 June 


54 


'.11 Nov. 


51 


.. 24 Feb. 


14 


..21 Apri 


25 


.. 1 Nov. 


42 


.. 20 June 54 


.. 20 June 


55 


.. 9 Nov 


40 


., 28 Feb. 


40 


.. 10 Jan. 


37 


.. 23 Nov 


41 


.. 25 Oct. 


42 


.. 1 Jan 


12 


..11 Nov. 


61 


.. 10 July 


30 


.. 20 June 


54 


.. 27 Oct. 


48 


.. 12 Dec. 


54 



Mayers, John Perkins.ls* 86 F 23 April CO 

Maynard, Edmund Gilling,i35 88 F 26 April 59 

Mayne, William, 1 F 11 Nov. 51 

Messiter, John,28F 24 Aug. 43 

13 S£l Mill, James, 60 F 23 Nov. 41 

aa Miller, Fiennes S.,i3' CB. 6 Dragoons ... 4 June 14 

Miller, James, II Hussars 8 Mar. 59 

Miller, Thomasi3'' 81 F 3 Scjit. .50 

Mills, William Mas«ell,i« 7 Dr. Gds 23 Nov. 41 

13aai Molloy, Juhn,"i 9F 11 Nov. 51 

Montgomesy Lamb. Lyoius'^ Scots Fus. Gds.... 15 July 54 

Moore, Henry, 21 F. II Nov. 51 

Moorsom. Rcben.i'lS Scots Fus. Gd-' 20 June 54 

13 Morris. Sir Gporge, 40 F 4 June U 

Mure, William, I'l^ Scots Fusilier Guards ... 16 Dec. 50 

Murray, Charles,i'6 Unattached 17 July 60 

.Munay, John Digby, 5 Dr. Gds 11 Nov. 51 

Murray, Samuel Hood, 3 W. 1. R 7 June 54 

13 Muter, Robert, M4 h. Canadian Rifles 9 Feb. 49 

Naylor, James Sadler,i4'8 Drs 31 Jan. 58 

Nesham, Thomas W. 60 F 20 June 54 

13 a£l Nevill, Park Percy.ns 03 F U Nov. 51 

Newdigate, Francis Wm., Coldst. Gds 4 Sept. 54 

Newton, Wm. HenrT,H9 Kij. Canadian R.fles ... 28 June 38 

Neynoe, Charles Fitzrov, 62. Y 20 June 54 

Nicholson, Thomas William, I'o KII. 55 F. ... 28 June 39 

Nicoll, Samuel John Luke, 30 F 4 Aug. 46 

Nicolls, George Green, 1 Dr. Gds 23 Nov. 41 

Northey, William Brook, 1 F 11 Nov. 51 

Nugent, Sir George Edmund, Bl. Gr. Gds. ... 9 Jan. 38 

Olivier, Henry Stephen, 65 F 23 Nov. 41 

Onslow, Arthur Edward, Scots Fus. Gds. ... 10 Dec. 47 

13 0'Reilly, Anthony Alex., Unatt 9 Nov. 46 

Ormsby, Owen Lloyd, Unattached 26 Ocr. 68 

Page, George Curry, R. Kigiiieers 14 April 48 

Paget, Patrick L. C, Scuts Fus. Gds 6 Nov. 54 

Palmer, John, 34 F 28 Nov. 54 

Parker, Edward, 60 F 20 June 54 

Parlbv, George, 4 F 11 Nov. 61 

13 aa Paschal, George Fred., ■''2 Depot Batt., 

Chief Inspector nf Metropolitan Pvlice ... II Nov. 51 

Palers'on, James,i53 3 F 20 June 54 

y Pearce, William, KI1.^&^ Culdst. Gds. ... 29 Aug. 26 

Pearson, Charles, 9 F 11 Nov. 51 

PliiHipps, Henry, 6 F U Nov. 51 

Pljlloti, Frederick J., Unaitaclied 20 Oct. .58 

Pitt, Hon. Hor.ce, IJ. Horse Gds. 2 Sept. 53 

Pottinger, William, 6 F 2 May 45 

Pretvman, Wil!iam,l'5 60 F 20 Dec. 56 

33 Raines, Joseph Robeit.ise 05 P 11 Nov. 51 

sea Rainforth, William, Go F 20 June 51 

Randolph, John Weecli, 57 F 11 Nov. 61 

ISRawstorne, John George,is7 17 F 20 Dec. 56 

Ready, Charle-.'ss 71 F 9 Mar. 55 

Reed, Thomas.isJ 70 F 30 Dec. 47 

Reeve, John,"'" Gr. Gds 20 June .54 

Richardson, Fred., 30 F 20 June 54 

Roberts, F.Thomas, Gr. Gds 31 Dec. 14 

Roberts, John Cramer, 65 F 11 Nov. 51 

Robertson, Archibald, 25 F. 11 N'ov. 51 

Robeson, Georg.-, Military T;a'n 16 Jan. 57 

Robinson, John George, Scots Fus. Gds. ... 12 Aug. 37 

Romilly, Frederick, Scots Fus. Gds 22 Jan. 47 

Rose, John Rose Hoi ien,"'- 17 Lancers 17 Sept. 57 

Rothe, Lorenzo, 93 F 21 Feb. 62 

Rous, George Grey, Gr. Gds I5 July 53 

Rowley, Sir Cliarles, Barl. 9 Drs. 31 Aug. 30 

13 Rudsdell, Sir Joseph, Gr. Gds. KCMG. ... 15 Aug. 26 

Russell, Andrew Hamilton, 'S' 58 F 6 June 50 

Russell, LojrfChas. Jas. Fox, 60 F., Serjeant at 

Arms to the House of Commons 9 Nov. 40 

Sampson, William Henry, Rifle Br 20 June 54 

JM Schreiber, George,iB3 38 F 11 .Nov. 51 

Scott, Richard Andrew, 60 F 20 June 54 

Scott, Win. Glendonwyn. 91 F 31 Au-'. 65 

\i ilia Se.lley, Anth my Gardiner.ies 3W. I. R. ... 16 Sept. 45 

Sharp, Richard Palmer,i ' 72 F 1 Dec. 54 

Shearman, Jotin, 48 F 11 Nov. 51 

13 Simmonds, Henry.i'in Ceylon Regt 7 Jan. 42 

^3 Simmons, Joseph, I6J CiJ. 41 F 1 Nov. 42 

^3Slater, John James,l"0 82 F 10 July 47 

Small, Robert, 25 F 11 Nov 51 

Smith, David R,ae,i7l 22 F 20 June 64 

13 sua. Smith, George.na R. Horse Gds 28 June 38 

Sonierville, Thomas Henry, 3F 17 Sept. 58 

£21 Sowerby, T., C3ldst. Gds l4May'l7 

Spencer, Hon. George Augustus, Coldst. Gds. ... 20 Dec. 44 

Spicer, William Fi-ed., 78 F 4 June 11 

Stanley, Hon. Cha. Jas. Fox, Or. Gds. Col. 7 

Lancashire Militin 30 Oct. 40 

' Steevens, Charles, 20 F 26 Aug. 13 

1 Stevenson, George Milne, Coldst. Gds 19 June 40 

I Stevenson, Thomas, 30 F. Paymaster N. Qlou- 

I crster Militia U Nov. 51 



Field Officers who have retired. 



lOG 



Stewart, Donald, Unalt Pnymastcr R. Art. ... •-•« Oct. &t< 

Stewart, IVtcr Uisbrisay, '77 U. Art SO Dor. 41 

St. Muiir, Ea«urd.>7a 51 p 4 j„ly 4S 

Straoey, Kdward Joliii,'*" Scot* Kus. Gds ... 21 May 50 

Straclmn, Hinry AiiRUstus,!'" 31) I' 8 Nov. flo 

JStrcltoii, Sivenis William Lynani,i7» 40 V. 

Lt.Col., Hampsliire Militia May ii 

Tem|.lo, Jolm, tiO >' llNov. iil 

Tii.lliissoii, Alexnnder D.tIti)ii,l-» 72 I' '.'0 July 58 

Tlnnrio, Lord William. Gren. (ids 31 Aug. 38 

Tierii.y, iV) Mattli.w lidw.. iJ/.C.ldst. Gds. ... 27 Apr. 41) 

Tipi.inK, Airred,ii'Jt;rfimdier Guards II Jan. 5!* 

^Toule, William, 'H< 8-2 K UN.iv. 51 

'I'ouiel, Tlioinas Percivui, 27 F 12 Oct. 67 

Trench, Power Lc Poor, 2 Ur. Gds 11 Nov. 51 

Trevclynn, James Harinston, Unatt 28 Nov. 54 

Trotter, Kobert Knox, 28 K 11 Nov. 51 

TurberviU, Gervas A'//. 12 I- 8 Oct. 30 

Tw.peny, Edward, 78 K 10 Dec. J7 

|) Tylden, Sir John Matwell.'-s 52 F 12 Aug. 19 

Usshcr, John,"'6 95 K 20 June 64 

VanCortlandt,llenrvClinton,l*7 31 F 30 Dec. 43 

?JViinderMeulcii, Charles James,! -8 73 F. ... 8 Apr. 42 
Vane-Tempest, Lurd Adoljihus F. C. W.,'"" Scots 

Fiis. Gd*. 15 Dec. 54 

Vandeleur, Robert, 80 F 23 Nov. 41 

Vansittart, Holiert, C.dd't. Gds 9 Nov. 40 

Vaiishiin, Herbert, 90 K 23 Nov. 41 

^ilMVerner, Sir WilUiim, Dart. KCH. Ii2 F. 2UU>c. l8 

A'criion, George Aiigu>lus, Cold.-t. Gds 25 Apr. 48 

Vincent, Thomas, 8ti I' 11 Nov. 51 

521 Wallinpton, J. C, lOUu-sars 3 .\piiU(i 

AVartI, Johu.isu 27 F 6 July 57 

■Waison, .*U'eri,i9i i:nat:aclud 2U Ocl. .53 

Wutson, William, ii"-" 3 Drs II Nov. 51 

Wauph, William Petric,>Mlfl Dis 20 June . 04 

Sa Webster, James C.irngie.iM 13 F 11 Nov. 51 

West, John Temple, (ir. Gds 6 July 52 

Whnnnell, George.iso 33 F 14 Apr. 43 

Whe:itl.v, William, Scots. Kus. Gds 18 Mar. 5'J 

Wheeler, John Ross 20 F 2(i Oct. 58 

White, George Francis.'97 31 F 12 Dec. 51 

Whit, Thoiiias,l9«i9 |J 12 Aug. 53 

P Wighlman, Georp,.. 48 F 11 Nov. 51 

»J W ilkic, rietcher,l99 u„„tt 19 July 21 

^ ll\ Wilkiiis, Geo.aw Cli.. KTT. Rifle Br. ... 4 June 14 
$251 Wilson, George Davis, 2°' C«. Or. Gds. ... 18 June 1.) 
Wilson, Charles Townsliend,2'>2Coldtt. Gds. ... 8 lice. 54 

W.lion, John I.ueas,203 cJi. 50 F 12 Dec. 64 

Winchester, John, ilarq. of, 10 Hussars, Col. 

JliiMpshire ililitiii 3i) Dec. 20 

p Woodford. Jolm, 93 F 11 Nov. 51 

\} Wrench, K. Ommaniiey, 9 Drs 28 June S8 

Wrotteslcy,tf<Mi.CharlesAlexander,s<'i7Drs. ... 3 July 39 
Jj3 Wvndhnm, Cliarles,2u5 o Drs. Ket-pcr of the 

Ui-;aliii, Toiler 80 Dec. 37 

AVvnn, Herbert Watkiii Wins., 2 W. I. Re^t. ... June 54 

1) Vale, William Parr>,i»' 32 F 28 June S8 

Young, James, 15 Drs 11 Nov. 51 



Hell, Robert, 5 Dr. Gdg. Captain Northumber- 



foiiinnry. 



HAJOBS. 

P Adair, James,' Unatt 

Asi.evv, Chailes, 11 F 

Alcock, Thomas St. Legcr, t»5 i. Lt.Col. 

Muldtitcx Militin 

Am»iiuk, William,2 03 F 

Anderson, Wm. H. H..' 51 I- 

y Andrews, Francis, .02 F. 

Archer, William Henry, 10 Drs 

Armfctroi g, Thomas, 40 F. 

Ashniore, William, 10 F. . 

Atl.irley, Francis Henry, Rifle Urigadn 
Piil Austin, William,* 50 F. ... ... 

Avliiicr, George Kdward, 40 1' 

^Ml Uacon, Anthony,? 17 Drs 

V £21 Bacon, Cttsar, 23 Drs 

Bagot, George, 17 F. 

Band, .Sir Datid, JJnrl ,^ '.>b F 

Baker, Thomas Richard, 7 F 

Bailour, KrancU Walter,* Rillc llr. 

Balfour, Rol«rt William, 88 F 

Barlicr. Ilobcrt Douglas, 40 F., liarrack 3fa 

at Ulufijow 

Bariig, Henry Bmgliam, I Life Gds. ... 

Barnard, It'. I.ert Cary, 41 F 

H.irii>t..ii, Wilham.ll 55 F 

Italtkv, D'Ovley W. 77 F. Carlotc Militia 

Biiyley, J. dm Arthur,'3 52 F 

Beainisli, N. L., I'natt 

Beare, William Gablxtt, 1 F 

Bcaiiclcrk, Lord George Aug.'» G Dr. Gds. 
Beetc, John Picton, 21 F. 



12 Dec. 26 
23 Nov. 41 

2 Feb. 44 
23 Nov. 41 
1 Dec. 54 
10 J.Tn. S7 
16 May 45 
, 23 Nov. 41 
21 Ang. 49 
20 July 53 
, 4 July 45 
9 Nov. 40 
31 Dec. 25 
10 Jan. 37 
19 Oct. 49 
, 24 Mar. 5s 
. 81 Aig. ;!« 
. CJunc5G 
. II Nor. 51 

n Nov. 51 
. 18 Nov. 30 
. ilar. :,:> 
. 8 del. .'i8 
. 11 Nov. 61 
. 19 Jan. .',8 
. 30 lec. VO 
. 9 Nov. 40 
. 10 Feb. 51 
. 26 June 88 



land J 1 
Bent, J. 

Here, Fdwiird Baker,'" 10 Dr» 

Ueresford, .s«> Geo. de la Poor, lit. 7 F. 
lleresfonl, Kif/lil Hon. Sir William, 43 F. 
Besl, Mawdi.lly fiiu-sen,'* 25 F. 

Ilolhuiie, l!.il)erl,'7'.i2 F 

Bird, Edward M., 1 F 

Bird, lleniy Charles, 47 y 

^J Blackision, John, 51 F. Oe'il. at Anns 
Bligh, George WaUlcjrave,'" (;0 F. 
Boileau, Cliurles I.estoek, Rille Bf. 

Boniior, Tlioimus, Ceylon Rifles 

Boys, Henry, 75 F 

Bowness, John, 07 F. 

Blackburn, John, 85 F 

Bowler, John, 80 F 

Hrabazon, Hugh, Military Train 

13 £11 Bradv, William 8. Richardson,l9 30 F. 

Brand, James, 16 F. 

Brett, John Davy, 17 Drs 

Urigns, Geori;c,i» 1 Dr. Gds 

Bringhur.t, John Henry, 90 F 

Browne, //on. Georcc Aug., 04 F 

Bruce, Wm. Tyrrell, 18 F. Adjutant King't 

County Militia 

Bulkeley, Charles, 2 Life Gds. 

Burke, William, Unatt 

Burslcm, Hollo Gillcspie,23 13 F. ... 

Bush, Robert, OOF 

Biiiler, Lord Walter, Scots Fus. Gds. 

^ Cairnes, Geo.,24 30 F. 4 West York Militia , 

\i C.ilcott, Geo. Beikelcy,2S 30 F 

^Caldecot, Henrv,2«Gr. Gds 

C.iUey, Henry, 19 F. Lt. Wilts Yeomanry 
Campbell, Reiiton Arch. Colin, 42 F. ... 

Cimpl.cll, Colin, SI F 

Campbell, Colin Alexander, 71 K 

Campbell, E. S. Norman, 90 F 

Cani|ibell, Fred. Charles, 87 F 

Campbell, Henry Wott(in,2a 79 F., Govern 

Military Prison fit Montreal a 

Campbell, John Cumeri>n,3» 9 Drs. Governor of 

Mililary Prison at Greenlam 7 June 4'.) 

Canip'.ell, Robeit,« 40 F 16 May 4.'. 

Lamiibell, Thomas Edmund, Unait 4 Nov. 40 

Canipsie, Geo. Ricliard.3' Ccylou Uillea 20 Oct. 58 

Carlvon, Thomas T. Spry, 3 Dr. Gds 27 Ju:ie 54 

y CauKield, John, 6 Dr. Gds. Lt.Col. Com. Jlos- 
conitnon Militia 

Chalmcr, F. D., 7Dr. Gds. 

Ch.rlcwood, John, 62 F 

Christie, Wm. Ilarvie, 80 F 

Clcrkc, William Jonathan, 77 F 

Coats, John,3- 55 F 

Cochran, James.as 41 1" 

}3 Cochrane, Hon. Wm. Erjkine,34 15 Drs. 

^jCockburn, Wm. Horace,3^ 95 F. 

Codd,William,30 48F 

Cook, Kdwin Adolplius.a? 11 Hussais, Lt. West 
K.-nt Yeomanry 

Cook, Wiii.S. f3 F. Adj. 1 Sotncrsct Militia ... 

Cornwall, George, 371 93 F 

Croker, Edward.as 90 F 

Cumberland, Geo."Bnrrell,39 42 F 

Carrie, George .■Vllied, 75 F 

IIX Daniell, John, 60 I'. liarrack Matter, Corfu 9 Mar. B2 

Uarell, Hcnr> John,40C0F 28 Nov. .04 

Harroch, Donald Geo. Angus,*' 51 F 20 June 54 

Davenport, Trevor, 12 i'.AilJ. C/iiwIiire Mil. ... II Nov. 51 

Davenport, William Davenport, 94 F. Lt.Col. 



.. 11 Nov. 


51 


... 22 July 


30 


.. 10 June 


40 


.. 9 Nov. 


4(1 


... 4 Jan. 


31 


. 20 July 


58 


... 7 Dec. 


5S 


.. 4 June 


14 


.. 10 Jan. 


58 


.. 10 J..n. 


37 


. 24 April 


58 


... 4 Dec. 


35 


... 28 June 


38 


... ONov. 


4« 


... Nov. 


40 


...29 Dec. 


40 


... 4 Mar 


37 


...20 June 64 


... 28 June 


38 


... 23 Nov. 


41 


...28 May 


53 


... 3 June 53 


...22 Dec. 


48 


... 1 Dec. 


37 


g's 




... 9 Dec. 


53 


...28 June 


38 


...21 July 


80 


... 8 Nov. 


50 


... 9 Nov 


40 


... 11 July 


37 


r.. 4 Dec. 


32 


... 10 Jan. 


37 


... 28 June 


38 


... 7 Aug. 


48 


... 12 Dec. 


54 


... 20 June 


54 


...23 Nov 


41 


... 9 Nov 


46 


... 20 Oc 


.00 


"/, 





Dec. 5G 



10 Jan. 


87 


30 Dec. 


20 


11 Nov 


51 


9 Nov. 


38 


9 Nov. 


40 


11 Nov 


51 


23 Nov. 


41 


10 Dec. 


13 


28 Junt 


38 


OMay 


42 


12 Dec 


51 


10 Mar 


5^ 


24 Mar 




. 8 Jul} 


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15 Fel.. 


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20 June .04 



2 Clieshire Milit 
Davies JoMrph, 83 F. 

Dawe, Charles, 8 F 

|) De Heiizy, George Webb 

Maitcr, Exeter 

P D.Uon, Robert.43 32 F 

DonnMson, Ifohert, 41 F 

P Dnike, Sir Thos. T. F. E.,'4 Bart. 52 F. 

aa Hrewe, Edward Ward, 88 Foot 

Duckelt, ii.r George Floyd, i'or/.SW, I. R. ... 

Du«, James,<4 28 F. 

Dyuin, ICdnard, 3 Dr. Gds 

P EdwordcsBidwell, A"//. Unatt 

Elliott, Ricliard, 2 W. I. R. Paymaster Watir- 

h„dMdUia 1 July 51 

Elinsdl, Wm. dcCardonn.l,4« 1 Drs 12 Pec. 54 

Elton, Isaac, Capl. 45 F. I Somerset Militia ... Nov. 40 
Knoll, Wm. Harry, E4irlof,*7 Rifle Briunde ... 12 Dec. 54 
Ertkine, Hon. Da»id,2I F. Col. Sec. nt Nntnl ... 2 Apr. 65 
Falconer, //oh. Charles JaniesKeitli-,«B4 Drs... 8 May 00 



9 Nov. '.0 

20 Jure i4 

10 Jan. 37 

Drs. liarrack 

10 Jan. 37 

5 Nov. 13 

5 Feb. 47 

... 20 May 14 
... June 37 
... II Nov. 51 
...20 July 58 
... 8 April .0.1 
2 May 24 



['ane, Henry,« 4 D»». Lt.Col. Com. S. Lincoln 
Militia 



29 Dec. 40 



... IGXov. 41 
... 20 Juue 54 
... 10 Jan. 37 
... 2 July 47 
... 6 JuneoG 
... 20 Ju.;e54 
... 20 Dec. 54 
... 13 May 20 
... 26 Dec. 5G 
... 23 Nov. 41 
... 10 June 37 
... 29 Dec. 54 
... 10 Jan. 37 
... 12 Nov. 47 



]07 

Fawkes, Rieharu, 27 F 

Ftiiwick, Horalio, Unatt 

Ffreiicli, Edward, 74 I' 

FitzHerbert, Riclianl Henry, Rifle Br. .. 

-Fletcher, VVilliamM 44 F. 

Forbes, George, 3 Drs. 

Forbes, William, 77 F 

Ford, Geo. 86 F 

Fors.vth, Gerrard Julin,=l 57 ¥ , 

Fotlieivill, William, OJ F 

P Fox, Barry,52 C4 F 

Frampton, lleathtield James,53 50 F. .. 

^ III Fraser, James, 84 Y. 

Freer, Daniel Gardiner, 17 F 

Frend, Geo. 26 F. N. Tlppcrary Militia ... 20 June .04 

Fyffe, David, 44 F 4 June 13 

Fyfle, David, 46 F 16 Dec. 53 

Gajie, Edward, Scots Fus. Gds 28 June 38 

Gavin, George O'Halloran.so 16 Drs 10 Dec. 47 

^ Gell, Thom:iS,s' 29 F 22 June 15 

Gerard, Sir Robert Tolver, Bl. C8 F. Lt.Col. Lun-X'- ii 

cashite Hussars 11 ]Vov. 51 

Gibson, Charles Frederick, 24 F 20 June 54 

Giffard, Edward Carter, 60 F 20 Dec. 44 

Gilley, Thomas, 7 F 26 Dec. 56 

Gillman, Bennett Watkins, 12 F 20 June 54 

Godley, Henry Robert Crewe,58 28 F 6 June .56 

Gordon, Duncan,59 59 F 4 July 34 

Gore, Annesley Piiul,60 53 F 19 Nov. 57 

Gor^ William Richard Ormsby; IS Drs 12 Oct. 53 

i3 Cosset, John N., Rifle B.-igade, Barrack Mas- 
ter, Cork 25 May 35 

Graham, Cluiiles Campbell, ''I 42 F 3 Nov. 55 

Graham, George, 1 W. 1. R 7 June 31 

5L£i Graham, James Reg. Tovin, 2 Drs 10 Jan. 37 

Giant, James,C2 3Dr? 9 Nov. 46 

Granville, Fred. 23 Y. 2 Warivick Militia ... 19 May 46 

Green, Andrew, 48 F. 13 Dec. 53 

Greene, William, 01 F 3 Mar. 14 

Greenwood, J., 9 Drs 31 Dec. 27 

Orehan, Pctcr,K3 73 F 11 Nov. 51 

Grcig, John James, 24 F. ChiefConstable, Livir- 

pool 20 June 54 

^DGiuMjc, Thomas nunt,C4 16 F 23 Nov. 41 

Hall, Samuel Maddeu Francis, 75 F 11 July 37 

Hamilton, William Dipby, 13 Dr.- 14 Feb. 45 

^3aa Hare, William Henrv,ee51 F 10 Jan. 37 

Hawkes, Abraliam, 39F 10 July 21 

Eil Head, Sir Francis Bond, Bart., KCH. ... 23 Dec. 28 

Hepburn, Francis John Swayne, CO F 11 Nov. 51 

Herbert, Arthur.C 39 F 20 June 54 

Hill, Edward, 96 F 11 Nov. 51 

Hill, Lord George Augusta, Unalt C July 30 

Holmes, James Nicol, Canadian Rifles 29 Dec. .M 

Home, James Murray,80 16 F 11 Nov. 51 

V Hoiikins, John Paul,70 A'//., 93 F. Military 

Knight of Windsor 5 Nov. 25 

13 Hopper, Edward, 38 F 28 Nov. 83 

Hopbon, William Hopson, 26 F 5 Sept. 56 

Huttoii, Tlionias,72 4 Drs.. . 6 June 56 

Ince, Ralph Piggoti, Rifle Br 11 Nov. 51 

Ingall, Fred. Lennox, 45 F 20 June 54 

Inglis, Raymond, 73 7 F 6 June 50 

Inslis, William,?* 5 Dr.igo. u Guards 12 Dec. 54 

^3 Jacks, Walter,75 7 Dr. Gds 10 Jan. 37 

Jackson, George Wm.Collins/« 7 Hussars ... 20 Feb. 56 

Jeffery, John Morton, 98 F. 28 May 52 

Jelf-Sharp, Henry, 86 F 23 Nov. 41 

Jocclyn, Hon. Aug. George Fred., Dr. Gds ... 20 Jnne 54 

Jones, William Prime, 65 F 11 Nov. 51 

^3 Judge, Arthur," 1 \V. 1. R 10 Jan. 87 

Julius, William Mavor, G Drs 11 Nov. 51 

Kean, Henry,7S 97 F 23 Nov. 41 

Keane, Edward A. W.,79 Lord, 37 F 5 Mar. 41 

Kecne, Edmund Ruck,«o 2 Dr. Gds 10 June 57 

Killetn, Arthur James, //0f(/,8i 8 Hussars ... 2 Oct. 56 

Knox, Hon. William Stuart, 51 F 16 Nov. 55 

Lichlan, Robeit, 17 F 13 Aug. 29 

Law, Charles Fred., 69 P 25 Auf. 53 

Lawrell, Digby Henry, 04 F 6 May 42 

Lawrie, J<ilin,82 Depot Battalion 2 Nov. 55 

Lea, William Percy, 87 F. 26 Oct. 58 

Leighton, Forre>terOwen, 56 F 20 May 36 

Leslie, Lewis Xavier,«3 99 F 11 Nov. 51 

Lilllcdale, Edward, 1 Drs. ' g jjov." 40 

Lockycr, Edmund, 83t 57 F. ... ".* '." 12 Au". 19 

\\ Longmore, George, M R. Staff Corps ..'. ,.'. 24 Aug .')'> 

jAjvctt, Thomas H-aton,'^5 OS p 4 Anril 40 

Lucas, Richard, 29 F "■ 3 July .39 

Lyon, William, 67 F 23 Nov. 41 

M'I„roy, William, C9 F 9 X„v Iq 

M'Murdo, Alurcd Charlcs.^o 10 Drs 9 Nov' 46 

Macartney, James Nixon, 7 Dr. Gds. Adj. North 

Dvtton y'comunry 20 June 54 

Maclean, William, 27 r II Nov 30 



Field Officers who have retired. 



Macpherson, Evan, 80 F 20 June 54 

tJ MacQueen, Donald J., KH., 74 F. Barrack 

Master, Dundee 22 July 30 

Magenis, Richard Henrv,87 30 j,', j2o July 53 

Mair, Arthur, 62 F 13 Nov. 35 

Mai ris, Valentine Hale, 7 F 23 Nov. 41 

Manlev, Robert George,88 6 Drs 12 Dec. 54 

Margary, Alfred Robert, 54 F 20 June 54 

Marindm, Heury Richard, 1 F 20 June 54 

Marsh, Aug. Leacock,89 55 F 12 Dec. 54 

19 Marsh, Koberl.s^ 24 Y 3 April 46 

Mar^ton, Daniel, 86 F 18 Nov. 13 

Martin, Alexander, 45 F i9Dec. 16 

Martin, Samuel Yorke, 52 F 9 Nov. 46 

Massy, Hugh, 85 F. Major Longford Mil. ... 31 Aug. 55 

Massy, John,9i 5 P 2d Oct. 58 

Matson, Henry,92 3SF 7 July 46 

Maule, John, G2 F 11 Nov. 51 

MauFiscU, Geo. 1 W. I. R. AdJ.E. York. Militia 20 June 54 

Mavne, John, 1 F 9 Nov. 4G 

Mercer, Arthur Hill Hasted,93 89 V „ 6 Juue 56 

y Meredith, Richard Martin.s* 13 F 15 Dec. 43 

MX Methold, Edward, 3 Dr. Uds 10 Jan. 37 

Mildir.ay, Sir Henry St. John, Bt. 2 Dr. Gds. 

Major, Hants Yeomanry 11 Nov. 51 

Miller, George Cuminirig, 54 F 19 Jan. 55 

MiUigan, William, 68 F 23 Nov. 41 

Minter, George,95 20 F 29 Nov. 44 

iP Mitchell, Parry, 53 F 28 June 38 

Miti'ord, John Philip,s(j 2 W. I. R 20 June 54 

Monro, David Arthur,9'12 Lancers 29 July 53 

Montgomery, Francis Octavius, 45 F. Lt. C^l. 

Nortk Don- a Militia , 6 Sept. 39 

Moore, Charle", 32 F. Gocernor of Military 

Knights of Windsor 22 July 30 

Moore, William, 74 F 21 June 13 

Moubray, Thoraas,98 53 F. 6 Aug. 5-3 

Alundell, Herbert Vaughan,'^ 13 F 21 May 58 

Munro. David, 94 F 9 Dec. 28 

Munro,' John St. John, 60 F 14 Aug. 46 

Murray, Charles.iai 16 F 9 Nov. 46 

Murray, Hon. David Heury, Scots Fus. Gds. ... 9 Nov. 4ii 

Murray, William, 102 10 Hussars 26 Dec. 56 

Napier, ZTou. Charles, 71 F 17 June 26 

Nasli, Charles Widenham,i03 Canadian Rifles ... 23 Nov. 41 

Nasniytli, Charles, 10* Unattached 15 Sept. 54 

Northey, Aug. J. W.,41 F 27 Dec. 50 

Nugent, Andrew, 36 F 9 Nov. 4G 

aa Nugent, George, 7 Dr. Gds 11 Jan. 33 

O'Grady, ifon. Thomas, 74 F lUJuly 4G 

y O'Leary, Arthur, 105 .55 F 23 Dec. 42 

Ogle, Ai-thur,l<'6 9 F 23 Dec. 42 

^Orr, John.io'TF IG M.ir. .15 

Oweu, Edv.Mrd Barry, 17 F 5 Nov. 47 

Parke, Charles, 3 F 12 Aug. lU 

Paul, Gregory, 57 F 22 July 30 

Payne, Wm. Aug. Townsend, 76 F 11 Nov. 51 

Paynter, George, i^s 1 Dragoon Guards 30April58 

Peach, James Peach, 1 Dr. Gds 12 Nov. 52 

Peacocke, Stephen Ponsonby, 59 F U Nov. 51 

Petley, Patrick M'Leod, 38 F 20 June 54 

Philipps, Courtenav, 15 Drs 5 April 83 

Phillips Edward,i09 8 Hussars 11 M.ay 60 

Plunkett, Hon. Edward Sydney.HO 95 F. Bar- 

rackmastcr at Kiiskainma Hock, C. of G. 

Hope 26 Dec. 56 

Pole, Mundv, 46 F 9 Nov. 46 

Pole, Samuel, 12 Drs 23 Nov. 41 

U Pollock, Samuel.iil Rifle Br 10 Jan. 87 

Po.vys, Hon. Charles, >12 9 Drs 18 Sc|it. 57 

Pow\s, Hen. Ui:w:yL. GO F. Leicester Mi/ilia ... 2 Oct. 53 
Prideaux, Sir F.dm. Sauuderson, Bt. 63 F. ... 5 Apr. 31 
Pi-ingle, Norman, 21 F. Consul at Dunkirk ... 23 June 14 
Queutin, George Aul'. Frederick, 10 Drs. ... 28 Apr. 46 

Rawlinson, Geor-e,ni 1 W.I. R 10 Jan. 37 

iP Reid, Henry ,115 51 F 10 Jan. 37 

Richmoiid, Matthew, CB. 96 F 23 Nov. 41 

Robertson, Charles,iis go F 10 Jan. 37 

Robinson, Joseph, 60 F 23 Dec. 48 

Robinson, Wm. Beverley, 3 West India Regt.... 2G Mar. 58 

Rocke, Herbert,!" 49 F 6 June 50 

Rose, H. M. St. Vincent, 25 F 28 June 33 

Russell, Lord Cosmo George, 93 F 19 Oct. 49 

Ru.\tou, George, 34 F 4 Aug. 37 

Saltoun, Alex., Lord, 28 F 10 July 52 

Sawrey, Henry Beckwith, 88 F. Adjutant Fvr- 

vianaijh Militia 20 June 54 

Scott, Edward, 8 Drs 11 Nov. 51 

.Semple, Henry, 35 F 12 Apr. 31 

Semple, John, 19P 30 Aug. 42 

Seton, Geoige, R. Canadian Rifles 14 Dec. 55 

Seton, William Garden, 41 F 15 Oct. 47 

Shuckhurgh, Geo. Tlios.Fra.,uo Scots Fus. Gds. ... 12 Dec. 54 

Skynner, Aug. Charles, 16 Drs 23 Nov. 41 

Smith, Richard Playnejizo 10 Hussai-s 30 Mar. 60 



Field Officers who have retired. 



107fl 



Smith, Seton Lionel, 51 F. •.>!) .iiine 

Smyth, Robert Cnrmkhaol, 03 F. J8 May 

Speedy, Jame.'!, 8 F. 28 Xov. 

Sti|ihon»on, Willium Wiiller, Kitlo nriguUo ... 10 Jiui. 

{I Stcveiisiiii, KiluarJ K., 70 t' 17 Jmif 

Stownrt, WiUinra, 30 K 1.1 Mm-. 

til St. Jolm,Ocor!:c Fredorick ncikcley,.V2 F. ... 3 Auir. 

Slock*, Mioliiiel, '31 1 Drnpnoii* 23 Oct. 

Ptraith, Hector, St. Holeiin Re^t 88 Jiii.o 

Stiihrt, Doiiald,'23 40 F Xov. 

Stiidderl, Charles FilzGerald.'^i 80 F 20 Aug 

Sutherland, I'dwnrd, 7 F. liamick ilmUr <it 

Woolnicli, Geut.-nt-Arins 11 Nov. 

Suthcrlnnd, Williniu James, 21 F 10 Jan. 

Sutton, John, 47 F 15 0ft. 

Svkes, Ca.n,li»49 F 2 Xov. 

Ta>lor, William, 70 F aa Feb. 

Tcniinnt, Georne, 83 F 10 liny 

Thellusson,'»a Aitliur JolinUelhrlUColdst.Gds. 2 Nov. 

Tlinmson, Robert Thomas, 1 Dr. Gds 14 Aug. 

Townshend, Lee Porcher, 40 F. Mnjur CAts/iire 

Y'romaurs/ 23 Dec. 

a£l Turner, Michael, 1 Dr. Gds 18 June 

Vane, Charles Birch, F 11 Nov. 

Verney, Sir Hurry, Sai-l. UualUchcd 13 Xov. 

Vialls, Henry Thomas, 45 F 28 May 

Vivian, Chos. C, Lord, 10 Drs. Lord Lirutenunt 

of Cornnall 12 Aug. 



Wiilk.r, Sam. CJ F. LI.Col. Quffn'iciniililttit 

Waller, James W. »., KIl. 10 F 

Wivrburton, Henry William Egeiton, 47 F. 

liurrticlt Master, Mulliuyar 

Wnrin?, H. iiiv, 5U F 

Warren, Willi'in, Uillc Rr. 

Wiiiiv, W il iiMii.'ai) I).)iot Raltalion 

Way, (Jresorv L.ttes'^" 20 F 

♦Jiil Wil.h, \ure,l31 3 W. I. Regt 

Wiiilwoilh, l)'.\rcv, Uniittiiflifd 

Wl•^l!MKl, J..hnTliorhe,l3» Inatt 

aatl Whitiiev, Benjaniin,l33 u F 

Wilkinson, Arthur I'hilip Savage, '»< CJi.MV. ... 
DWilliams, air James lluuilyn, lit. 7 Drs. ... 

Williams, Robeit, 22 F 

Wilson, Henry, 14 F 

Win?, Vincent, 135 Depot Ball 

Wodeiiousc, Hon. Rerkeley, 8 Drs. Col, Katt 

Norfolk Militia 

a Wolfe, Kdward, 28 F 

WdUaslon, Fred., 6 DrK 

|J Wo. d, Henry Ow.r,l30 37 p 

Wood, John Joseph. '3' Military Train 

Woolhird, Gilbert, St. Helena Regt 

5 Wrixon, Nicholas, 21 F. rai/wailer, Notts 

Militia 

Yard, FrcJcrick.wu 32 F 



nlOS.|,t 


. 34 


23 Mar. 


32 


17 Mar. 


43 


10 Apr! 


120 


23 Nov. 


41 


2 Nov. 


55 


8 Dee. 


40 


U Xov. 


46 


3 Xov. 


37 


23 Nov. 


41 


25 Xov. 


38 


4 Oct. 


42 


24 Oct. 


21 


23 Xov. 


41 


10 July 


21 


12 Dec. 


54 


2 Mar. 


.<;o 


10 Jan. 


37 


1 Xov. 


42 


10 Jan. 


37 


20 Dec. 


iC 


1 1 Sept. 


40 


11 Xov. 


51 


20 Nov. 


57 



108 

War Services of General Officers who have retired from the Service. 

I LieutGeneral Johnson served the campaign of 1808-9 in the Peninsula as a Major in the 
32nfi, and was present at the battles of Eoleia, Vimiera, and Corunna, for which he has received 
the War Medal with three Clasps. 

•2 Major General Bateman sailed with the 5th on the expedition for Hanover in 1805 ; was 
shipwrecked off the Texel and made prisoner of war. Having been exchanged in March 180G, 
he sailed in June following with the expedition under Mujor General Craufurd, which landed In 
South America, and he was present at the attack of Buenos Ayres. Served also in the Peninsula 
in 1810, 11, and 13, and was severely wounded at Vittoria, for which battle he has the War Medal 
with one Clasj). Accompanied the regiment to America in 1814, and was present at Plattsburg. 

3 Major General Beckwith served in Hanover in 1805-6; at Copenhagen in 1807, including 
the action at Kioge. On the expedition to Sweden in 1808; and that to Portugal in 1808-9, 
including the action at Calcavellas on the retreat, and battle of Corunna. Proceeded to Wal- 
cheren in 1809; subsequently to the Peninsula, and was present in the actions of Pombal, 
Eedinha, Condeixa, Foz d'Arouce, and Sabugal, battle of Puentes d'Onor, sieges of Ciudad 
Kodrigo and Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos, action at San Milan, battles of 
Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Vera, Nivelle, near Bayonne, Orthes, and Toulouse (Gold Medal). Served 
also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo (lost left leg). 
During the great portion of the above service he was employed on the Staff. He is a Knight 
2nd Class of St Anne of Russia. 

4 Major General Bristow served in the Walchcren expedition in 1809 as a Captain in the 2nd 
Battalion 11th Rcgt.,andwas present at the siege of Flushing. He was in Garrison at Gibraltar 
in 1811 when the Spanish army of General Ballasteros took refuge under the guns of that For- 
tress. In Oct. and Nov. of the same year he was in Cadiz, part of the period during which the 
place was blockaded by the French. In Dec. he joined the army in Portuga', and was imme- 
diately placed on the Quarter Master General's Staff, on which he continued to the end of the 
war; and attached to Head Quarters the 7th or the 1st Division, was present at most 
of the operations carried on in the north of Spain under the Duke of Wellington. He has re- 
ceived the War Medal with three Clasps for the battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, and the Pyrenees. 
In 1823 he was at Cadiz during its bombardment by the French fleet. 

5 Major General Charretie served three years in the East Indies, and was present at the 
mutiny at Vellore in 1806, when nearly the whole of the 69th Regt. were massacred in their 
barracks. He served in the Peninsula with the 2nd Life Guards, from 1812 to the end of that 
war in 1814, including the battles of Vittoria, Pampeluna, and Toulouse. He has received the 
War Medal with two Clasps. 

6 Viscount de Chabot served in Holland in 1799 ; in Spain, under Sir John Moore; with 
the expedition to Walcheren 1809; and subsequently in the Peninsula until 1810. 

7 Major General Dwyer served on the Staff of the late Marquis of Hastings, Commander- 
in Chief in India, and was present during the Nepaul war, at the reduction of the Province of 
Kimaoon, and the storming of Almorah. He served alao throughout the Findarree war on 
the Staff, when he had charge of the communications of the combined armies. 

8 Major General Farrer has received the Sdver War Medal with two Clasps for the Egyptian 
campaign of 1801, and for the battle of Maida. 

9 Sir Henry Floyd accompanied General Sir William H. Clinton to SiciJy in 1811, and to 
Spain in 1813, as his Aide de Camp, and was present at the battles of Biar and Castalla, siege 
and blockade of Tarragona, in conveyirg orders to Ordal, and subsequent blockade of Barcelona. 
Served also the campaij^n of 1815, with the 10th Hussars, and was present at the battles of 
Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and at the capture of Paris. 

10 Sir Henry W. Rooke embarked with the 3rd Guards for Holland, in Aug. 1799, and was 
present in the actions of the 27th Aug., 10th and 19ih Sept., 2Qd and 6th October. Embarked 
again for Holland Nov. 1813, in command of thc2nd Bjttalion of that Ilegt.,and waspresentat 
the advance to Antwerp, bombardment of the Frencli fleet at Antwerp, and attack on Bergen- 
op-Zoom. Also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo. 

II Major General Stewart served in the Peninsula, and has received the Gold Medal for 
the battle of Albuhera. 

12 Major General Dudgeon served with the 58th in Egypt in 1801, and was present at the 
surrender of Grand Cairo and Alexandria. He served in Italy in 1805 and 6 ; and in tlic Penin- 
sula from 1809 to 1813, including the Lines at Torres Vedras, covering the siege of Badajoz, 
battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, and siege of Burgos, at which last he was twice wounded, 
the second time most severely. He has the War Medal witli two Clasps for Egypt and Salamanca. 

13 Sir John Geo. Woodford served as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General on the Expedition 
to Stralsund, and afterwards to Copenhagen, in 1807; and as Deputy Assistant Quarter 
Master General on the Expedition under Sir David Baird, which joined Sir John Moore's army 
in Galicia, and was present at the battle of Corunna, for which he has received the Silver War 
Medil with one Clasp. Served afterwards in the Peninsula as an Assistant Quarter Master 
General, and has received the Gold Cross for the battles of Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. 
Also the campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo and the taking of Cambray. 

14 Major General Owen served on the Quartermaster General's Staff with the Walcheren 
Expedition in 18(J9; tlience to Sicily, the Ionian Islands, and the eastern coast of Spain, 
where he was present at the aftairs of Biar and Castella, siege and blockade of Tarragona. In 
181 4 he went in charge as a Quartermaster General with the troops to America, where he served 
on the expedition up the Pcnobscott and at Castine. Commanded the 2ud Battalion, 73rd Re- 
giment, at the taking of Paris in 1815. In 1816 was employed in the Candian War in Ceylon. 



IVar Services of Ret i fed Colonels. 109 

IVar Services of the Colonels w/io have retired from the Service. 

1 Colonel AUix served in tlic Peninsula with tlie Ist Guiirdd (part of the lime as Adjutant 
and as Brignde Major), and w.is present at tlio battles of Corunua, Salannanea, r^rcnci's, and 
Nivelle (scvertly wounded), and ar tlio sieges of Ciudad Ivodrigo and Badtijiz, for wjiicli he has 
receivod the War Ale lal with six Clasps. He served also the Waterloo campaign. 

2 Coll n-1 Angtlo tervtd with tlin exptdition to Egypt in.lSO?; en the coast of Cala- 
bria in 1808; with the exptdition to Walchereu in 1809; with the army to Catalonia in 1812 
and 13, as an Assistant- Adjutant-General. Attached to the Austrian army, and acted as Aide- 
de-Camp to Mnjor- General Count Nugtnt in the eampaign against the Viceroy of Iialy; present 
at Ihe siege and capture of Trieste, Cattaro, and Kogusa, and in various services in the Adriatic. 

3 Colonel Army tage served in the south of France with the Coldstream Guards from March 
to July 1814. 

f) Colonel Barlow served in India under Lord Lake, during the campaigns of 1803, 4, and 5, 
and was present at the siege of Deig, battle of Futtyghur, siege of Bhurtporo, and battle of 
Afzalghur. Served also at the captures of Bourbon and the Isle of France in 1810. 

7 Colonel Biztilgette sailed with the expeditiin from India t) Egypt, under Sir David 
Baird, in 1801. Kiturned to India, and served two enropaignsin the Dooaband Ceded Districts, 
under General Campbell. Served also i n the expedition to the Penobscot, in the United States 
of Noith America. He has received the Silver War Medal with one Clasp for P2gypt. 

8 Colonel Beybie served in the Peninsula with the S'ind Rept. from Aug. 1808 to Nov. 1809, in- 
cludinii the capture <'f Oporto ai.d battle of Tahivera (War Jledal with one Clasj)), 

9 Colon) 1 Blake served with the 20th Dragoons at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope i 
180G ; prcceeded from thence to South Ameriia, and was in the action at Maldonado and siege 
of Monte Video. Served in Portugal in 1808 and 9, including the batiles of Iloleia and 
Vimiera (Gold M*dal); also at the passage of the Douro. In Sicily in 1810 and 11; subse- 
quently on the eastern coast of Spain, inclurling the battle of Castalb, and action at Villafranca. 

10 Colonel Bnldero served with the Grenaditr Guards at Cadiz in 1810 and 11; in the 
Peninsula in 1812 and 13; in Holland in 1814; and the campaign of ISl"), in which he served 
as Adjutant at the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo, and at the taking of Peronnc. He baa 
received the Mar Mtdal with one Clasp for IJarrosa. 

11 Colonel Boys served in the Peninsula from 1809 to 1811, and again from 1813 to the 
end of that war in 1814, including the action at Sabiigal, and battles of Fuentes d'Onor, Orthes, 
and Toulouse, for which he has received the War Medal with three Clasps. Served also in the 
Burmese war (Medal). 

12 Colontl Bragge served in the Ptninsula with the 3rd Dragoons from 1811 to the 
end of that war in 1814. and was present in the battles of Salamanca and Vittoria, for which he 
hasreceivcd the War Medal with two Clasps. 

13 Coloni 1 Bridge servid with the .'y-^th throughout the whole of the operations in the North 
of New Zealand froni April 1845 to Jan. 1847. He ccmmanfled the Hegiment in the action at 
Manie ; j)lannecl and conducted a night- attack in boats up the Waikari River against a rebel tribe, 
wli'ch he routed, and flestroyed their Pah (thanked by the Governor and Conned). Again com- 
manded the Regt. on the second expc lition again-t the rebel cldefs lleki and Kawiti : re captured 
a hill at the head of the Regiment on the morning of the 1st July 1815 at OhaiaUhi, and led one 
of the storming parties at tlie assault on the Pah on tl;at afternoon, and was at the capture of the 
Pah at Ohaiawai on the 11th July, and also at the assault and capture of Ka^iti's Pah at Rua- 
pekapeka on the 11th Jan. 1840 (several times namel in Dispatches, &c.). 

14 Colonel Brooke served in the Peninsula with the Isi Guards, and was present at the 
batiks of C'lrunna, Nivelle, and Nive, for which he has the War Mtdal with three Clasps, 

15 Colonel Fielding Browne accompanied the 40ih Regt. to the Peninsula in Jul} 1808, ai.d was 
present at the battles vf Roleia, Vimiera, Talavera, and Busaco; <iij ihe retreat to, and at the 
occupation of, the Lines of Torres Vedras, siege of Badajoz. in May 1811, and repulse < f the 
sortie from Fort San Christoval ; actions of El Bodon arid Aldea do Poiite, siege and storming 
of Ciudad Kudrigo, siege and storming of Bidajoz, action at Canizal, battle of Sulauianca, cap- 
ture of Madrid, and subsecjuent retreat therefrom. Served also on the expedition against New 
OrUan?. Commanded the Regiment at the tattle of Waterloo. He has received the Gold 
Medal for Bidajoz (having commanded the Regiment at the assault) ; and the Silver War Medal 
with seven Cla-ps for the other battles and siege. 

IG Colonel Gore Browne commanded the 41st during the whole of the campaign of 1842 in 
Affghanistan, and was present in tlic engagements with the tneiny on 28tli March and 28th 
April in the Pisheen N'alley ; in that of the 2'Jlh May near Caiidahar, 30th Aug. at Goaiue, oth 
»ept. before Ghuznec, occupation and destruction of that f.irtrtss and of Cahool, expedition 
into Kohisian, storm, cajjtuie, and destruction of Istaliff, anil in the various minor affairs in and 
between the Bolan and the Khyher Passes. 

17 Colonel Burrowes served with the 12th at the capture of Ihe Tslc of Trance, in 1810, 
and coiniiiandcd a detachment of that Rc{;t. in boiirdinj,' and capturing two Freiiih Privateers 
off the Isle de la I'asse. Comin:tnded a Battalion of detai's with a force under Colonel the 
Honourable Leicester Stanhope in Kattywar, and was in ndvance at the stoan and capture of 
the stroller hill fortress of Meciialla. 

l7i Colonel Chaplin served in tlie Peninsula with the Coldstream Guaixls, and was severely 
wounded at St. t^ebastian (\\ ar .Mctlal with one Clasp). 

18 Colonel Close served the E,'yptidn campaign of 1801, for which he has received the 
Silver War M-dal with ine Clasp. 

19 Colonel Cockell served with the 14ih Regt. at the siege onj capture of Bbittporo in 
1825-26 (Medal). 

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110 War Services of Retired Colonels. 

20 Sir George Couper was Assistant-engineer at Copenhagen; Captain in the 92n(l with Sii- 
John Moore's army in Sweden and Portugal; Aide de Camp to Lord Dalhousie in Walcheren; 
1st Aide de Camp to Sir H. Clinton in the Peninsula in 1811 and 12, to Lord Dalhousie from 
1812 to the end of the war, and was present in all the aotions in which they commandtd 
Divisions during those periods. He was Assistant Quarter Master General with the army in 
the Gulf of Mexico in 181-1-15. Sir George has received the War Medal with four Clasps for 
Badajoz, Salamanca, Vittoria, and Pyrenees. 

21 Sir William Cox served at the re-taking of Grenai^ain 1796 ; in Egypt in 1801; employed 
on a particular service in Spain in 1808-9, and was present in the action at Lugo, and battle of 
Corunna. Commanded the fortress of Almeida, from April 1809 to the 27th August 1810, 
when, by the unfortunate explosion of its magazines, he was obliged to surrender it to the army 
under Marshal IMassena. He has the War Medal with one Clasp for Corunna ; and is a Knight 
of the Tower and Sword of Portugal. 

22 Colonel Danicll accompanied the 2nd Battalion Coldstream Guards to North America in 
1838 on the occasion of the insurrection in Canada, and returned from thjnce in 1842. Joined 
the 1st Battalion in the Crimea and served with it during the siege in 1855, and was in command 
of the Battalion at the period of the attack on the Ridan the 8th Sept., and subsequent fall of 
Sebastopol, on which night he was in Orders as General of the Trenches (Medal and Clasp, 4th 
Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

23 Colonel d'Arc^^ was present on the Staff' during the operations of a field-force in the 
Southern Mahratta Country in 1844-45, under Major-General De la Motte. 

24 Colonel Henry Dawkins served in the Peninsula with the Guards, from Feb. 1810 to the 
end of that war in 1814 : Major of Brigade from June 1810, including the battle of Fuentes 
d'Onor, siege of Ciudad Kodrigo, battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos, battles of Vittoria, Ni- 
velle, and Nive ; passage of the Adour, blockade of Eayonne and repulse of the sortie, on which 
last occasion he was severely wounded. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battle 
of Waterloo. He lias received the War Medal with five Clasps. 

25 Colonel de Lacy served with the 48th Regt. in the Peninsular war in the battle of Busaco, 
lines at Torres Vedras, pursuit of Marshal Massena, action of Campo Mayor, first siege of Ba- 
dajoz, battles of Alhuhera, Vittoria (woimded), Roncesvalles, and the Pyrenees (28th July to 
2nd Aug. 1813), besides minor actions and skirmishes. He served seven years in Jamaica and 
the West Indies, and has received the War Medal with four Clasps). 

26 Colonel Dennis served with the 1st Battalion 60th Rifles during the second siege operations 
at Mooltan, and commanded the battalion 27th Dec. 1848, when the enemy's outposts and suburbs 
of Mooltan were captured (woimdert); was afterwards present at the battle of Goojerat, pursuit of 
the fugitive Sikh army until its final surrender at Rawul Pindee, and expulsion of the Affghan 
force beyond the Khyber Pass (Medal and two Clasps). Served in the Oude Campaign in 1858 
and commanded a moveable column in pursuit of the rebels through the Khyreeghur district and 
jungles (mentioned in despatches, CB., and Medal). 

27 Colonel Denny served in the Crimea in February 1855 (Medal and Clasp, and 5th Class 
of the Medjidie). 

28 Colonel Dobbin served with the 19th in the Travancore war in 1809; at the capture of 
the Kandian territories in Ceylon in 1815. Also actively employed at the head of the Grena- 
dier Company throughout the Kandian campaign of 1818, and received the thanks of Sir Robert 
Brownrigge on three occasions in General Orders, for a series of services against the insurgents. 

29 Colonel Doherty commanded the 13th Lt. Drs. in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, in- 
cluding the affairs of liulganak and M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, 
and Tchernaja, and siege of Scbastopol ; also present with the Light Brigade at Eupatoria 
(Mpdal and four Clasps, and 5th Class of the Mtdjidie). 

•'50 Colonel William Drummand's services : — Peninsidar campaigns from 1809 to 1812, in- 
cluding the battles of Busaco and Fuentes dOnor, the retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras, 
and subsequent advance from thence. Campaign of 1811 in Holland, including the bombard- 
ment of Antwerp and storming of Bergen-op-Zoom. Campaign of 1815, including the battles 
of Quatre Bi as and Waterloo. Eeceived the rank of Brevet Major for his conduct at Waterloo. 
He has received the Silver War Medal with three Clasps. 

31 Colonel Evelegh served with the 20th Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1854-55. and was 
present at the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, both attacks on the Redan, and through 
tiie whole of the siege operations before Scbastopol without being absent from a single tour 
of duty in the Trenches ; also at the capture of Kinbourn. Embarked for India with the 20th 
Regiment, was made a Brigadier, and was present at the fallowing actions and affairs, — 
Chunda, Araecrpore, Sultanpore, siege of Lucknow. Also commanded an independent force 
at Mohan, Hussengunge, MeeangunjiP, Poorwah, Murrowmow, capture of fort Simree, Berah, 
Buxarghat, and the fort of Oomero. Was mentioned about fifteen times in despatches ; thanked 
twice by the Governor General in Council ; has the Crimean Medal with four Clasps, order of 
CO., Legion of Honor, 4ih Cass of the Medjidie, Turkish Medal, and Indian Medal with Clasp. 

33 Colonel Faif|uliavson served with the 65th Regiment at the capture of the Isle of 
France in 1810; at the capture of the fnrt of Now Nuggur in India, Feb, 1814; on the borders 
of Sciudia's country in 1814 and 15 aj:ainst the Phidarces ; in Kaltywar on the Brigade Stafl" in 
1815 ; at the capture of Joorin, Bunder, Anjar, and Khuncoote in'l816, Dhingie and Dwarka. 
Action and cai-tureof I'oona, 17th March 1817 (Medal). At Ashtee, 21st Feb. 1818, the Mah- 
ratta General Gokla killed, and Sattoria Reya captured. Storm and capture of Boojee Fort in 
Cutch, March 1819. Capture of the forts of Rass-el-Kyma and Zama, 8th and 22nd Dec. 1819. 
Served al^o in Arabia in 1812, and was present in the action of Beni-Boo-Ali, 2nd March. 

34 Colonel Fordyce-Buchan served with the 74th Highlanders in the Kaffir war in 1851 



fVar Services of Retired Culoncls. Ill 

fMedul). Served also wilh tho Scots Fusilier Guurds at the siege of Sebiistopol (Mtilal and 
Clasp, and 5th Class of tho Modjiilio). 

3.3 Colonel William I'rasor served lu the I'eainsula and south of France with the !)'Jnd, from 
October 1813 to the end of that war in 181 1, and has received the War -Mcdul wilh one Clasp 
for the Nive, in which battle ho was severely vsouudeil. 

30 Colonel GauntKtt wm actively employed against the Maroons in tho West Indies. Served 
also the campaign in Egypt. 

37 Colonel Gawler served in tho Peninsula with the 52nd Regt. from Nov. 1811 to the end of 
that war in 1 S U, including the siege and assault of IJadajoz, battles of Vittoria, Pass of Vera, the 
Nivelle, the Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, besides various minor affairs. Served also the cam- 
paign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. Wounded below the right knee by 
a musket-shot at the storming of Hidajoz, and in the neck by a musket-shot at San Munos. lie 
has received the War Medal with seveu Clasps. 

38 Colonel Gibbes served with the 4(Uh Regiment in South America in 1806-07, and was 
at the storming of Monte Video, at Sacramento de Colonna, and attack on Buenos Ayrcs. 
Served as Deputy Assistant General to the 4th Division at AV'alcherea in 1809, and was at tho 
attack on Ter Vere and siege of Flushing. 

39 Colonel Gloster served in the Peninsula with the Gist from Oct. 1809 to the end of 
that war in 1814, incluiiing the battles of Busaco and Fuentes d'Onor, siege of the forts at 
Salamanca, battles of tfalamauca, the Pyrenees (-iSth July to "ind Aug), the Nivelle, the Nive 
(9th to 13tii Dec), Orthes, and Toulouse. Wounded in the left arm at the battle of Salamanca, 
and through tiie right breast at Toulouse, the ball passinjr through the right lobe of the lungs 
and out at the back, lie has received the War Medal wiiii seven Clasps. 

40 Colonel Gordon served in the Peninsula with the 5th Dragoon Guards and was present at 
the battle of Salamanca, for which he has received the War Aledal witn one Clasp. 

42 Colonel William Graham (9 F.) served at the siege of Tlushing in 1809, and afterwards in the 
Peninsula, including tho blockale of Bayonne. Subsequently in the American war, including the 
action at Bladensburg and capture of Washington, action near Baltimore, and those in front of 
New Orleans on the iOtli Dec. 1814; and 8tli Jan. 1815; also at the taking of Fort Bowyer. 

43 Colonel Gregory served in the American war in 1814 and 15, and commanded a gunboat 
belonging to the Flotilla under Commander Owen, on Lake Ontario, for which he received the 
thanks of the Naval Commander in Chief. 

44 Colonel Hall served at the capture of the Isle of France in 1810. ,-Uso in the expedition to 
Java in 1811, including the actions at Batavia and Weltevieiden, storming the entrenched 
lines at Fort Cornells, storming the heights of Serandole, and capture of the fort of Saniaraug. 
Seived also as D. A. A. G. to the Army under Sir Hudson Lowe iu tiie South of France in ISlo. 
Pre.-ent at the siege and capture ot Bhurtpore in 18-25-G as Aide de Camp to Brigadier General 
Edwar.ls who fell leading the storming column (thanked in General Orders and promoted to the 
Brevet of Major). Has the War Medal with one Clasp for Java, and the Medal for Bhmtpore. 

45 Sir Charles Hamilton commanded the 1st Batialion Scots Fusilier Guards at the battle of 
Alma, and luni Ins hor-o -hot und(»r him (Medal and Clasps). 

46 Colonel J. P. Hamilton served as a Cornet in the tcotch Greys in the army commanded by 
the Duke of York in Flanders and Holland during the campaign of 1794, and was present in 
the action near Cateau, and subsequently at the siege of Nimegucn — having previijusly to the 
latter been promoted to a Lieutenancy in the Greys by the Duke, for conveying very important 
despatches, under difficult and ])erilons eireumstances, to the Prince of Orange, then command- 
ing the Dutch Army. In May 1813 he commanded a Battalion at the battle of Castalla, and in 
the same year was second in command in the attack and capture of the fortress of Balaguer in 
Catalonia. In the spring of 1814 he joined the Duke of Wellingtoa's army as Lieut.Colonel 
of the 83rd Regiment. 

48 Colonel Harris served the campaign of 1S08-9 as a Deputy Assistant Quarter Master 
General to Sir David Baird's Division, and was present at the principal operations of the arm}', 
and at the battle of Corunna, for which he has received the War Medal with one Clasp. 

49 Colonel Leith Hay served in Canada during the Rebellion, and w;is in the affair at Prescot. 
Served the Eastern campaign of 18.34 up to 8th Feb. 1855, and again from 13th Aug. 1855, 
including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and commanded the 
93rd Highlanders at the assautt on the 8th Sept. ( Medal and Clasps, Knight of the Legion of 
Honor, and 5th Class of the Meiljidie, anti Turkibh Medal). Comm:indetl the 93rd High- 
landers at the relief of l^ueknow 14ih to i!5th November 18.37, defeat of (the Gwalior Contin- 
gent at ( awnpore on Cth Dee. and pursuit to Seraigl.at, siege and capture of Lueknow ; com- 
manded the Highland Brigade at the battle of Bareilly, and served in the Oude campaign in 
18.38-59, including the actions of Purgaon and Kussoulpore, and evacuation of the fort of 
Mittoula (Brevtt of Colonel, Medal and Clasp). 

i30 Colonels. J. Hill commanded an expedition 80 miles up the Gambia in 1849; stormed 
and destroyed the fortified town of Bamhacoo, (ith May; attacked and partially destroyed the 
forlifiod town of Keenung, 7th May; action and defeat of the enemy on llie jdains of Quenella. 
He also commanded a detaclnnent of the 2ud and 3rtl \\ est India Regts. in the combined attack 
of the Britt-h and French naval and land force under Commodore Fanshawe in the attack and 
total deled ftf pirates at the Island of Basis, .leba River, Western Africa, 12th Dec. 1849. The 
thanks of the Lords of the Admiralty were conveyed to himself and detachment, and he received 
the brevet rank of Major. 

51 Colonel the Honourable Wm. Noel Hill served in the Burmese war, in 1825 and 26 
(Medal), and was present in the actions of I'rome and Tandwayn. 



112 TFa?' Services of Retired Colonels. 

53 Sir Orel Honyman served with the Grenadier Guards in the campaign of 1814 in Holland, 
and was present at the Bombardment of Antwerp and Storming of Bergen- op-Zoom where he 
commanded the leading sub-division of the storming party of the Grenadier Guards. 

55 Colonel Ilorton served in the Peninsula with the 71st Regt.and was present at the battles of 
Nivelle, Nivo, Ortlies, and Toulouse, for which he has received the War Medal with four Clasps. 
He served also the Waterloo campaign. 

56 Colonel Hughes served in the Peninsula from 1809 to 1814, including the first siege of 
Badajoz, and the battles of Basaco, Vittoria (wounded), Salamanca, and the Pyrenees, besides 
various minor actions and skirmishes. Present at Waterloo on the 10th, 17th and 18th June, 
and was wounded on the ISch. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps. 

57 Colonel the Honourable 11. Hely Hutchinson joined the Army in the Peninsula on the 
12th July 1811, and was shortly afterwards appointed to a Troop in the 4th Portuguese 
Cavalry, but was employed principally on the Staff until the conclusion of tiie war in 1814. 
He was present in most of the affairs in which Lord Hill's Division was engaged, particidarly at 
the surprij^e of the Bridge of Almarz ; and he was one of the first who gave information tliat the 
French had passed the Tormes. He served ako the Waterloo campaign. 

59 Colonel Jodrell served in Sicily in 180G and 1807. He went to Cadiz in March 1810, and 
remained there till April 1811, having been present at the battle of Parrosa. In Sept. 1812 he 
joined the Duke of Wellington's array in the Peninsula, and served there until the end of that 
war in 1816. He has received the War Medal with three Chtsps for Barrosa, Nivelle, and Nive. 

60 Colonel Keane served with the 23rd Regt. on the expedition to the north of Germany iu 
1805 ; in Portugal and Spain under Sir John Moore, including the retreat to, and the battle of, 
Corunna. Served afterw.ards in the Peninsula with the 7th Hussars, and as Aide de Camp to 
Sir Hussey Vivian, from November 1813 to the end of the war in 1814, including the battles of 
the Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. Also the campaign of 1815 in the same capacity, and was 
present at the battle of Waterloo and capture of Paris. He has received the War Medal with 
four Clasps for Corunna, Nive, Ortlies, and Toulouse. 

01 Colonel Kyle served in the Peninsula with the old 94th, from Jan. ISIO to the end of the 
war in 1814, including the defence of Caliz, lines at Torres Vedras, astions at Redinha, Casal 
Novo, Foz d'Arouce, and Sibugal; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, second siege of Badajoz, action at 
El Bodon, siege and storm of Ciudad Rodrigo (slightly wounded), third siege of Badajoz, and 
storming of Fort Picurina, where he was severely wounded in Icadingthe 94th ptirty 3rd Division 
to one of the most desperate assaults that took place during the war; retreat to Portugal, battles 
of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Orthes; action at Vic Bigorre, and battle of Toulouse. 
He has received the Gold Medal for Vittoria, (having succeeded to the command of the Regi- 
ment); and the Silver M''ar Medal with eight Clasps. 

C2 Colonel Lane served with the 15th Hussars during the campaigns of 1813, 14, and 15, in 
the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, and was present at the battle of Waterloo, also at the 
battles of Orthes and Toulouse, for which he has received the War Jledal with two Clasps. 

(53 Colonel Le Blanc served in the Peninsula with the 4th Regt. and was present at the battles 
of Corunna, Fuentts d'Onor, Salamanca, and Vittoria, and at the sieges of Badajoz, and St. Sebas- 
tian (severely wounded at the assault and capture), for which he has received the War Medal with 
six Clasps. He served also the Waterloo campaign. 

64 Colonel Leslie served with the 29th Regt. on the secret expedition under Sir Brent Spencer, 
and subsequently in the Peninsula from Aug. 1808 to Dec. 1811, and again from Feb. 1813, 
including the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, capture of Oporto, battle of Talavera, first siege 
of Bidajoz, and battle of Albuhera, besides slurmishcs and affrays at outposts. At the bailie 
of Talavera he was severely wounded in the right leg, where the ball still remains. He has 
received the War Medal with four Clasps. 

05 Colonel Linton served the campaign of 1815 with the 6th Dragoons, and was present at 
the battle of Waterloo. 

66 Colonel Tjowe served with the 16th Lancers at the siege of Bhurtpore in 1825-6, and was 
wounded (Medal). 

67 Colonel Macadam landed in Portugal Ist Aug. 180S with the 9th Regt., and served through- 
out the whole of the Peninsular war, including the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, passage of the 
Douro, defence of Tarifa, affairs on the retreat from Burgos iu 1812, siege and storming of San 
Sebastian (twice wounded, and commanded the false attack on the breach on the night of the 
29th of Aug.), passages of the Bidassoa (shot through the body) and Adour, several affairs con- 
nected with the investment of Bayonne, and also the repulse of the sortie, besides a variety of 
minor affairs, and other desultory services during the Peninsular war. Proceeded to Canada 
with his Regiment, and served the campaign of 1814. He has received the War Medal with 
four Clasps for Roleia, Vimiera, Vittoria, and St. Sebastian. 

68 Colonel Jlacphersoa served in Hanover in 1805 and 6 ; at Buenos Ayres in 1807 ; 
in Portugal and Spain from July 1808 to Jan. 1809, including the battles of Roleia and Vi- 
miera ; action at Lugo, and battle of Corunna. With the expedition to Walcheren, and sifge 
of Flushing, where he was woundtd ; thePeninsuk-.r campaigns from May to Dec. 1812, includ- 
ing the battle of Silamauca, where he was severely wounded'. He has received the War Medal 
with four Clasps. 

09 Colonel Aladox served tlie camj.aign of 1815 with the 5tli Dragoons, and was present at 
the battle of Waterloo. 

70 Colonel Monkland served with the 74tli Highlanders in the Kafhv War in 1851 (Medal). 

71 Lord Jaine.s Murray served witli the Scots I'lisilier Guards the Eastern campaign from 18ih 
Oct. 1854 to the 28th Jan. 1855, including the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman, siege of Se- 
bastopol, and sortie of 20th October (Medal and Clasps, and 5th Cla^s of the Medji'lie). 



JFar Se/rices of Rr/iri'd lAntti'iKint Co/oncls. 113 

7:i Colonel llobert Owen served with the 72ii(l llogt. at the capture of the Capb of Good 
Hope and battle of UlauberK in 1800. . 

71) Coloiiel l';itit'iici! was prosoiit at tbo sun-onder of Martiiiiquo and at the capture of tho 
Saintes and tJiiadaloupe iu ISlo. 

75 Coloiitl Pratt served wiih tbo 82iid at tlie siege and capture of Ciipinbai,'en in 1807; in 
Portugal and Spain in 18)8-9, inchiJing the battKs <if Holeia and Viniiera, retreat to, and 
battle of, Corunna, fi>r wlileh be lias received the War Medal witii three Clasps. At Walelnren 
in 180;), and was .-everely wounded at the inves-timnt of I'lushinjj. In 1813 be was appninied 
to the QuaiU-r Master General's stafl" of the army on the eastern coast of Sp.iin, and served with 
a portion of that army in Iialy and in the South of Trance until the dose of the war in 1814. 

7r> Coh.nel Purnellserved with the !X)th Liybt Infantry at the siefje of Sebastoi)ol (.Medal and 
Clasp, 5th Class of tho Medjiiiie, and Turkish Medal). Also in the Indian canijiaign of 1857-58 
(Medal and Clasp, CJi., and Hrevct of Colonel). 

77 Colonel Ueynardson servid with the Grenadier Guards the Eastern campaign of 1854, in- 
cludinir the battles of Alma and Inkcnnan, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, and CU). 

76 Colonel Hichardion served with the Il^yal Horse Gnaids in Spain and I'rance from Dec. 
1813 to the I nd vf the war in 1814, and has received the Wav i\[eil;il witli one Clasp f(n' Toidouse. 

7'J Colonel Riddlesden strved in the Peninsula with the Royal Ilorse Gnaids and was present 
at the battles of N'ittoria and Toulouse, for which he has received the War Medal with two 
Clasps. He served also the Waterloo campaign. 

80 Colonel J. M. Robertson served with the 25tb Regt. at the taking of Madeira in 1807 ; 
at the cai)tnre of Guadaloupe in 1810, and again in 1815. 

M Colonel Salwey served the campaigns of 1S13 and 14, with the Coldstream Guards, an(i 
was present at nearly ail the actions in the Pyrenees, the crossing of the Bidassoa, capture of 
St. Jean dc Luz, battle of the Nivello. heights of Bidart, crossing the Adour, investment of 
Bjyonne, and repulse of the sortie. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps. 

8'J Coloni 1 Saunderson servtd at Malta and in Sicily. In the Light Bittaliou under Sir 
.Tames Kempt on the expedition to Naples in 1806. Accompanied the 2nd Iiattali(<n of the 39th 
Uegt. to the Peninsula in 1809, and was present at the battle of Busaco, in the retreat to tho 
Lines at Torres Vedras, and the advance from thence; re-capture of Campo ^layor, investment 
and opening of the trenches before Badajoz, battle of Albuhcra (slightly wound* d), capture of a 
strong Division of the Freni^h army under General Gerard at Arroyo de Molino, where he was 
severely wounded by a mubket-shi)t, which fractured bis skull, and was sent to England for 
recovery. Rejoined the army in the Peninsula, and acted as Dfpuiy-Judge-Advocate. After 
the battle of Toulouse embarked with a Division of the army for Cunadi, where he was appointed 
to the Quarter Mister General's Department, and was present at the affair of Piatlsburg. Ho 
has received tbe Wur Medal with two Chvips for Busaco and Albuhcra. 

84 Colonel Skipwiih commanded the 43d Lt. Inf. in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). 

85 Colonel Tuiloch served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, with the 42nd Regiment, in- 
cluding tbe l)attles of Alma and Balakiava (commanded the Regiment), and siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Clasps, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

8ij Colonel Vandeleur served in tho Peninsula with tho 71st Light Infantry, and afterwards 
with the litli Light Dragoons, and was present at the battles of Fuentes d'Ooor (severely 
wounded), Vittoria, Pyrenees, Xivelle. and Xive, for which he has received the War Medal 
with hve Clasps. He served also the Waterloo campaign. 

87 Colonel Vicars served with the 61st Regt. in the PuDJaub campaign of 1848-49, including 
the passage of the Chenab, and battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwallab, and Goojerat, and pur- 
suit of the enemy to the Khyber Pass (Altdiland two Clasps). 

88 Colonel Robert Wallace served the campaign of 1815 in the King's Dragoon Guards, and 
was present at the battle of ^^■aterloo. 

89 Colonel Walpole served the campaign against the Rajah of Ccorg in 1834, with the 39th 
Regiment. 

90 Lord Westmorland served in tbe Piinjaub campaign in 1846, and was present at the battle 
of Goojerat (Medd ), for which he received the rank of Brevet Major. Served also in tbe Eastern 
campaign of 1854, as .\ide de Camp to Lord Raglan, including the battle of Alma, the Dis- 
patches of which he conveyed to England, and received tlie rank of Brevet Lieut. Colonel ^Medal 
and Cla.sp, CB., Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Chissof the .Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

91 Colonel John Wddman served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders, with the 7th 
Hussars, andwas present at tlu' hattle of Waterloo. Has the War .Medal withone Clasp for Orthcs. 

92 Cjlonel Wood served the Waterloo campaign with the 14th Foot. 

93 Colonel Woodgate embarked with the 5ih Battalion of the 60th Regt. on the f xpedititn to 
Portugal in l.'!-08 under Sir Arthur Well -sley, and wa5 present at the battles of Roleia, Vimii-rn, 
Talavera, and Busaco; action at Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'(.)nor (wounded), siege of Badaioz 
in 1811 ; action at El Bodon, siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo. lie has received the Gold 
Medal for Futntes d'On -r, and the Silver War Medal with Gve Clasps for Roleia, Vimiera, 
Talavera, Busaco, and Ciudad Rodrigo. 

94 Sir Henry Wyatt served the campaigns of I814and 1.5, with the 1st Life Guards, andwas 
present at the hattle of Toulouse, and capture of Pans. He has the War Medal with one Clasp. 

9") Colonel Ciiarles Wyndham served in the Peninsula with tlie lotb Hussars, and was present 
at the battles of Vittoria, Or t hes, and Toulouse, for w hith he has the War Medal with three Clasps. 

tl'ar Services of the Lieutenant Colonels who have retired from the Service. 

1 Lieut. Colonel Alexander, set ved, in the Peninsula and South of France from 1812 to tho 
end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Vittoria (wounded), Maya Pass, the Pyrenees 



114 fVm' Services of Retired Lieutenant Colonels. 

(28th, 29th, 30th, and 31st July 1813), Nivelle, S^. Palais, Nive, Bayonne, Orthes, Aire, Tarbes, 
and Toulouse. Ho has received the War Medal with six Clasps. 

2 Lieut. Colonel Anderson's services; — Expedition to Calabria, including the battle of 
Maida and subsequent operations, and capture of the fortress of Catrone; expedition to Egypt 
in IS07; Peninsula from April 1809 to Jan. 1812, including the battles of Talavera (wounded) 
and Busaco, retreat to the lines of Torres Vedras, and various affairs there; with the advance 
at Espinhal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, and many other affairs and skirmishes. Served at 
the capture of Guadaloupe in 1815. Commanded a Brigade at the battle of Punniar (Med;il), 
and was severely wounded at its head when in the act of charging the enemy's guns. He has 
received the War Medal with four Clasps for Maida, Talavera, Busaco, and Fuentes d'Onor. 

3 Lieut.Col. Andros served with the 65th Regt. during the campaigns of 1814 and 1815 in 
Guzerat and Kutch, and was present at the capture of the Forts of Joosin, Anjar Khuncoote, 
Dhingee, and Dwarka. Served also throughout the Mahratta campaigns of 1816, 17, and 18, 
including the battle before and subsequent capture of Poonah, and the affair of Ashtee. Has 
received the Medal for Poonah. 

4 Lieut.Colonel Armstrong served at the capture of Genoa in 1814, and subsequently in the 
American war, including the capture of Washington, attack before Baltimore 13th Sept. 1814 ; 
and on New Orleans, 8th Jan. 1815, where he was wounded and taken prisoner. Present when 
Graham's Town was attacked by about ten thousand Kaffirs, 22nd April 1819, and who were 
repulsed with great slaughter by three hundred men under the command of Colonel Wiltshire. 
Commanded in the Kat River Settlement during the Kaffir war of 1834-5, and was thanked in 
General Orders for his defence ol' that locality against an attack of Kaffirs on the 19tli Feb. 1835. 
Served also throughout the whole oi the Kaffir war of 1840-7, and was present at the attack on 
the Amatola, 16th April 1846, and two subsequent days' engagement. 

5 Lt.Colonel Astley served with the Scots Fusilier Guards in the Eastern campaign of 1854 
until severely wounded at the battle of Alma. Served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, from 
2 May 1855 (Sledal and two Clasp?, Brevet of Major, and 5th Class of the Medji^iie). 

6 Lt.Colonel Aylmer served with the 89th Regt. at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from 
15th Dec. 1855, including the attacks on the 18th June and 8th Sept. (Medal and Clasp, 
Brevet Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). 

7 Lieut.Colonel Baddeley served with the 49th Regt. in China (Medal), and was present at 
Amoy, Chusan (2nd capture), Ningpo, Segoan, Chapoo, Woosung, and Chin Kiang Foo, at 
■which last he was twice wounded — once dangerously by a ball which fractured the thigh-bone. 

8 Lt.Colonel Barney served at the defence of Tarifa in 1811-12; also at the capture of Gua- 
daloupe and the Saintes in 1815. 

10 Lieut.Colonel Barton's services : — Expedition to Waleheren; Peninsula from April, 1812, 
to the end of the war, including the cavalry affairs at Castrajon, Quintana de Puenta, and Mon- 
astero ; battles of Salamanca and Vittoria, and siege of San Sebastian. Served also at Waterloo. 

12 Sir Henry Bayly served the campaign of 1808'9, including the battle of Corunna ; on 
the Waleheren Expedition also, and was present at the sipge of Flushing. Embarked with the 
51st Light Infantry for Lisbon in 1811, and was present at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, covering 
the siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, second siege of Badajoz, storming the Fort of St. Cbristoval) 
affair near Val Moresco, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid and the Ketiro, covering the 
siege of Burgos, retreat into Portugal, battles of Vittoria, the three days in the Pyrenees, and 
on the heights of Lasaca in front of Sebastian, where he lost his left arm and was shot in his 
right arm. Has received the War Medal with five Clasps. Served three years in the Ionian Islands. 

13 Lieut.Colonel Beckham served the Peninsular campaigns of 1812, 13, and 14. 

14 Lt.Col.Thos. Bell served with the 48th at the blockade of Malta, and siege of La Valetta. 
Also in the Peninsula from 1809 to the end of that war in 1814, including the passage of the 
Douro, battle of Alhuhera (wounded), actions at Aldea de Ponte and Fuente Guinaldo, siege of 
Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and assault of Badajoz (severely wounded), battles of Salamanca, the 
Pyrenees, Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse. He has received the Gold Cross for Salamanca, 
Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Orthes. having on those occasions commanded the regiment ; and the 
Silver War Medal with four Clasps for Albuhera, Ciudad Rodrigo, Badajoz, and Toulouse. 

15 Lieut.Colonel Hon. W. S. Bernard served in the Peninsula in the 67th Reo-t.— at the 
sieste of Cadiz and battle of Barrosa; and in the 4th Dragoons on the retreat from Burgos 
War Medal with one Clasp for Barrosa. 

17 Lt.Colonel Blennerhasset served with the 71st Lt. Infantry at the siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol, from 20 Dec. 1854 to 13 Feb. 65 (Medal and Clasp). Served also in the Indian campaign. 

18 Lord Bingham served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as 4ide de Camp to Lord Lucan* 
including the buttles of Alma, Balaklava, and Iiikennan (Medal and Clasps, Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

20 Lt.Culonel Edward Bond served with the 53rd Regt. in the Sutlej campaign in 1846 and 
was present at the affiir of Buddiwal, and actions of Aliwal and Sobraon (Mf dal and Clasp). 

21 Lt.Colonel Honry Bond ser\ed in the 17th Light Dragoons at the takin-,' of Anjar in Cutc'h 
in 1816: also througliout the Mahratta campidgn of 1817 and 18. He was present with tlie 11th 
Light Dragoons at tlie sie^e and capture of Bhiutpore in 1825-6 (Medal). Accompanied the 3rd 
Light Dragoons into Affghanistan with the force under Sir George Pollock, and was present at 

• the forcins of tlie Khyber Pass, and in every engaoement in tlie advance of the army on Ca'bonl : 
also commanded the Hear Guard on three different occasions,— engaged the enemy at Tezeen and 
Jugdulluck, and safely covered and protected the wliole of the baggage of the army notwith- 
standing the repeated attacks of the enemy ( Medal ). ' 

22 Lieut.Colonel Bonham was present with the 50tli Regiment in the battle of Punniar 



ff'ar Services of Rciirod Lieutenant Colonels. 1J5 

(Medal). H» soned also the cdinimijiii on the Siitlej (Modal and three Clasps), in 1845-C, 
iiiciudiii'jf the battles of Moodkco, I'erozeshah, Aliwal, and Sobraon (dangerously wounded). In 
all these actions ho connniinded the Liu;hl Company. 

21 Sir Edward Ihackenbury served with tlio Cilst Recrimcnt in Sicily, in Calabria, at Scylla 
Castle, and at Gibiallar, in 1807-8. In tlie Peninsula from 1801) tothe end of that war in 
1814, including tlu' battles of Taliivora and Basaco, Line* at Torres Vedras, pursuit of the French 
from Portugal, buttle of Fueiites d'Onor, storming and euptnre of Undajoz — horse shot in ad- 
\ancing to the attaek ; battle of Salamanca — took a piece of artillery from the enemy, guai-ded 
by four soldiers close to their retiring column, without any near or immediate support; retreat 
from Burjios, actions at Villa Muriel and Osina (horse shot), battle of Vittoriu, siege, two 
assaidts and capture of San Sebastian, jiassage of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelic and the Nive, 
actions in front of Uayonnc near the Mayor's hou<e, on the lOth, lltli, and 1:2th Dec. (slightly 
woniided and horse shot), blockade of Bayonne and repulse of the sortie. Ilai receivtd the War 
IMedal witli nine Clasps ; is a Knight of St. rernando of Spain ; a Knight of tbe Tower and 
Sword, and a Commander of St. Bento d'Avis of Portugal. 

i\ Lt. Colonel Bradford served the Eastern campaign up to 10th Nov. 1854 as Aide de Camp 
to Sir Richard F.niiland, and was present at the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman 
(?pverelv wounded), anil siege of Sebasto]).)! (.Medal and Clasps, oth Class of the Mcdjidie, and 
Turkish Medal). 

'1-i Lt. Colonel E. J. V. Brown served with the 88th R?gt. the Eastern campaign of 18.j4-5.j, 
includin;; the battles of .\lma and Inkerman, .ind sitge of Sebastopol (Mtdal and Clasps, 
Brevet Major, Sardinian Medal, and /iih Classof the Medjidie). 

•2G Lt. Colonel tjnsta\ us Brown sewed in Holland in 1 7SJ4, and was taken prisoner at the surrender 
of Grave. Served afterwards in the West Indies with the (JOth from the commencement of 1706 to 
June 1809, and was present at the captures of St. Lucia and Creiiada, the attack on Porto Rico, 
and sniTender of Surinam. Proceeded to the Peninsula in 1810, and was attached to the Portn- 
gue-o seruce ; present at the battle of Busaeo and attack on the forts of Salamanca ; commanded 
the !(th Ca(;adores at the battle of Salamanca, sicgo of Burgns (from 19th Sept. to 2l8t Oct.), 
blockade of Pampcluna, aetio'is in the PjTenees near l'ai:ipeluna from 28th to :30th July ; actions 
near Ordax on the 31st Aug. and 7th Oct., battles of the IS'ivclle and Nive, and action' near Ba- 
yonne on the i:}th Dec. During the above service he was three times wounded. He has received 
the (.iold Cross for Salamanca, PjTenees, Nivelle, and Nive. 

27 Lieut. Colonel B. P. Browne served the campaign of 181o with the 11th Dragoons, and was 
present at the battle of \\'aterloo. Also at the siege and c;ipture of Bhurtpore, under Lord Com- 
bermere, in 18-'o-(); and wiis a volunteer for the dismounted cavalry storming party. 

28 Lieut. Colonel George Browne served with the 2:3rd Regiment in Portugal and Spain, in 
1808-!), including the retreat to, aiul battle of Corunna. On the expedition to Walcheren in 
180:); the Peninsida campaigns of 1810, 11,12, and i:3, in-luding the siege of Olivenca, first 
investment of Badajoz, battle of Albuliera, affairs of Fuente Guinaldo and Aldea de Ponte, siego 
of Ciudad Rodrigo, sicirc and assault of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, retreat from Mailrid, 
affair at Osma, and battles of \'ittoria and the Pyrenees. Very severely wounded at the assault 
of Badajoz, slightly at Salamanca, and wonnded at the Pass of Roncesvalles in the Pyrenees. 

3.) Lieut.Ccdonei Bruce served in the Peninsula with the 79th Regt. from 1812 to the end of 
that war in 1814, including the battles of the Pyrenees on the 28th, 29th, and . "JOth July, the 
blockade of Pampcluna, battles of the Nivelle and the Nive (10th to 13tli Dec.), investment of 
Bayonne, and battle of Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was severely wounded 
at Waterloo. 

31 Lt. Colonel Butibury served in the Peninsula from 1808 to the end of the war, including 
the capture of Oporto, battles of Talavera and Barro>a. He was Major of Brigade to the force 
which defendi d Tarifa (at the investment of which he had his horse shot under him), at the 
capture of Seville, de-ftnce of the bridge of Pueiite Largo near Aranjues. He was present at 
the battles of \)»m Nivelle and of the Nive (severely wounded), investment of Bayonne, and 
commanded the Oth Cassadores at the battle of Toulouse. He commard<»d the troops, ard was 
employed on various sfrviees for four years in New Zealand, from the establishm«nt of the 
settlement until 1844, — towards the close of which year he was wrecked on one of the Andaman 
Islands, — and heeommandtd the troopj ami crews of the transports Briton and liuiinyme<h, for 
fifty -one days, where, under the most trying yt providential circumstances, the lives of about 
5011 troops and seamen, and 104 women and children, were preserved. He commanded t!'e 80th 
througheiut the campaign on the Sutlej (Me-dul), including the battles of Moodkee (wounded), 
Ferozoshah (horse shot under him), and Sobraon. He has the War Medal and live Clasps. 

32 Lt.Colemel C. S. Bui-dett served with the Colelst. Guaids at the siege and fall of Sebasle.pol 
from Dec. 1854 (Medal and Clasp, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

33 Lieut. Colonel Fianeis Alex. Burton served at the siege e>f Sehastopol (Medal and Cia8i>). 

34 Lieut. Colonel Cainc served in the Nepatd raini)aicrn of 1815. anel was i)re-seiit in action at 
Jeotghur. In the Deccan war of 1817 and 18, including the action at Jhubbulpore, where he 
carried the regimental colour of the 17th in the attack of the heights defendcel by the .Vrabs. Ho 
was Major of Bricaele at the assault anel caj>liirc of Bhurtpore, anel was present during the "hole 
of the sie-go : wounded by a Rr;ipe shot in the left fetot whilst charging the enemy's guns on the 
d;iy of the capture. lie e-onnnanded the Grenaeliers of the 2(itli at the e-apture of Cliusan 
(Meilid) .'>tli July 1840. and «:!s British Commissioner, and Military Magistrate of thnt i-land 
until its evacuation in Feb. 1841. He has Iwen in Asia from the commencement of his serviee to 
the present period, h;ivhig left India in 1840 with the China expedition ; and he is now employed 
as Lieut.Governor of Hong-Kong. Has received the Indian War Medal with two Clasps feir 
Nepaul and Bhurtpore. 



116 TFar Services of Bet ire d Lieutenant Colonels. 

35 Lieut.Colonel Cadell served at the siege of Copenliagen, in 1807 ; with the expedition to 
Sweden, and afterward to the Peninsula, including the battle of Corunna ; with the expedition to 
Walcheren, in 1809; the Peninsula campaigns from 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, in- 
cluding tlie following battles, sieges, &c., viz. :—Barrosa (slightly wounded), Cadiz, Arroya de 
Molino, Almaraz (reduction of forts), Vittoria, Pyrenees (25tli to 31st July), Nivelle, Nive, St. 
Pal lis, Orthe?, and Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle 
of Waterloo. 

37 Lieut.Colonel Carruthers served the campaign in Affghanistan and Beloochistan (Srd 
Class of the Dooranee Empire), and commanded the Regt. at the assault and capture of the 
fortress of Ghuzaee (Medal), and at the assault and capture of the fortress and citadel of Khelat, 
Hecommauied the Forces, as a Brigadier, in the Southern Concan and Sawant Warree Country 
during the campaign of 1844 and 45. 

38 Lt.Colonel Ciietwode served with the 8th Hussars the Eastern cainpaign of 1854, and up 
to 2ad Aug. 1855, including tlie battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, affairs of Bulganak 
and M'Kenzie's Farm, and siege of Sebastopol, having commanded Lord R:iglan's Escort in the 
Crimea up to the time of his Lordship's death (Medal and four Clasps, Brevet of INLajor, 
5tli Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Also served in Rajpootana and Central India in 
1858-59, and was present at the capture of Kotah, reoccupation of Chundaree, battle of 
Kotahkeserai, capture oF Gwalior, siege of Powree, action of Beejapore, battle of Sindwaho 
(wounded), and actions of Koorwye and Nahargur (sevex-al times meirtioued in despatches. 
Medal and Clasp, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

39 Sir Richard Church served at the Ferrol in 1800; the Egyptian campaign of 1801, including 
the actions of the 8th, 13th, and 21st March, and taldng of Alexandria. Served afterwards in 
]Na|iL's, Sicily, and Calabria, and was present at the battle of Maida, and defence of Capri, at 
which last he was wounded in the head. At the capture of Ischia in 1809 ; on the expedition to 
the Ionian Isles, and at the taking of Zante and Cephalonia. Severely wounded in an attack on 
Steilaura, — leit arm shattered by a musket-shot. Sir Richard has received the War Medal with 
one Clasp for Maida ; Grand Cross of St. George and Reunion, and Commander of St. Ferdi- 
nand and M( fit, of Naples. 

40 Lieut.Colonel Clephane served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of 
Alma and Balaklava, siege of Sebastopol, assault on 18th June, expedition to Kertch and Yenikale 
(Medal and tliree Clasps, Brevet of Lt. -Colonel, and Sardinian Medal). 

41 Sir William Gierke served with the 52d Light Infantry in the Peninsula, and was present 
at the battles of the Nivelle, Nive (9th, lOth, and Ilth Dec. 1813), Orthes, Tarbes, and Toulouse. 
Served also in the campaign of 1815, and was present at Waterloo, and subsequently with the 
Army of Occupation. Sir William has received the War Medal with four Clasps. 

42 Lt.Colonel Cocks served with the Coldstream Guards at the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
from 2nd May 1855 (Medal and Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

43 Lt.Colonel Coles served with the 4th Light Dragoons in the campaign under Lord Keane 
in Scinde and Affghanistan in 1838-9, and was present at tlie taking of Ghuznee (Medal). Com- 
manded a Squadron of the 9tli Lancei-s at the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde in Nov. 1857, 
also at the battle of Cawnpure on 6th Dec, and action at Seraighat, capture of Meangunge where 
his horse was killed in personal encounter with the enemy; commanded a dctaclied force of 
Horse Artillery and Cavalry to cooperate with Brigadier Franks, also two Squadrons of the 9th 
Lancers in the attack on the Moosabagh, and comuiinded the Regiment during the summer cam- 
paign in Oude anil Rohilcund including the actions at Rliodamow and Allygunge, capture of 
Bareilly, action at Shahjehanp'ire anl pursuit to Mahomdee; present witli Grant's force in the 
affair at Kumdakote (tlirice mentioned in despatches. Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Medal 
and Clasp). 

44 Lieut.Colonel James R. Colthurst served in the Peninsula, and was present at the battles of 
Corunna and Salamanca, for which he has received the War Medal with two Clasps. He served 
also the campaign of 1815, and was slightly wi'unded at Waterloo. 

45 Lieut.Colonel Cowell Stepney served with the Coldstream Guards in tlie campaigns of 
1810-11-12-13 in Portugal and Spain. Was present with his Regt. in the retreat from Busaco, 
Lines at Torres Vedras, advance after Massena to Santareni, and the Fnnch army's subsequent 
reu-eat from Portugal, affairs of Redinha and Foz d'Arouce, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of 
Ciudad Rodrigo, covering army of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, affair of Larena, siege of 
Burgus (led a storming ]iarty, 18th Oct.) retreat into Portugal, advance info Spain, affair of 
Q.sma, battle of Vittoria, affair of Tolosa, siege of St. Sebastian, and affair on the Bidassoa, after 
which he left the army for England in command of a detachment in charge of the garrison 
o( St. Sebastian as prisoners of War. In 1814 he was at tlie bombardment of the French fleet at 
Antwerp. In 1815, Waterloo campaign and capture of Paris. In 1810-18, with army of 
Occupation in France. Has the War Medal with four Clasps and the Waterloo Medal and is a KH. 

48 Lieut.Colonel Hon. P. F. Cust served with the 3rd Dragoon Guards in the Peninsula from 
April 1809 to the end of that war in 1814, except the year 1812; and he was present at the 
oatties of Talavera and Busaco, in all the affairs with his Regiment on the Retreat to the Lines 
of Lisbon, and lastly at the battle ol Toulouse. He has received the Wai- Medal with three Clasps. 

49 Lieut.Colonel Hon. R. A. G. Dalzell served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, with the 
C3rd Regiment, including the actions in the Crimea and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps 
and Sardinian Medal K 

50 Sir William de Bathe scived as Aide de Camp to Sir John Stuart in the different operations 
in the Mediteiiancan and defence of Sicily wlien attacked by Murat, also in the expedition to the 
Bay of Naples and reduction of Ischia and Procida, and received the Order of St. Ferdinand of 
Merit. Subsequently he served in the Peninsula, and was present during the retreat from Buro-os, 
passage of the Bidassoa, and in the battles of Nivelle and Nive, and investment of Bayounc, 



Jfar Sm-iccs of Refin-d Lieutenant Cohnpls. 117 

for which he has the War Me(\u\ with two Clasps. In 181:) he cnibarktil for America, was 
present at the attaclts upon Wasliin^'ton, Baliimore (woumlcd), and New Orleans, and was 
Miontioned in the drspatcii.-s for pn-sonnl hrnvery in tlic fi.'id, for wliich he was promoted 
Brevet Major. 

51 Lieut.Coionel II. R. Di?rby served with the 5-2i),1 Rep;t. with the Walcheren Expedition in 
1809, and subscqn. ntiy in the Peninsula in the Light Division, inclndini,' the siege of Cindad Uo- 
drifjo, retreat from Uure;os,battle of Vittoria, advance in the Pyrtnees, aflairof Tarbcsand D'Oleron, 
and battle of Ortlics and Toulouse on the staff ofSir Andrew Barnard (War Medal with four Clasps). 

52 Lt. Colonel De Visme has the War Med.al with one Clasp lor the battle of Fucntes d'Onor. 

53 Lt. Colonel ,1. A. Digby s.rv.d with the 12th Lancers in tie KatBr war of 1851-53 (Medal). 
Served with the Grenadier Guards l^eforc Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

54 Lieut.Coionel Dillon served in tlie expedition to St. boniingo in 1809. Served also in 
China (.Medals, and was present at the first capture of Cliusan, storm and capture of tho heights 
above Canton, and of the sca-biitterics on Amoy, and subsequent capture of the city. 

5G L'. Colonel M T. Doyle failed in 1805 with Lord Catheari's expedition to' Hanover, and 
being »hipwreekcd became a prisoner of war to the Dutch. In 1808 he went with Sir Arthur 
Wellesley's expedition to Portugal ;ind was shot through the body at Roleia. In 1809 he was at 
the siege, sortie, and capture of Flushing, and storming of Fort Ilimakins. In 1810, 11, and 12 
he served in the Peniniula in Pieton's Division, — in pursuit of .Massena from Santarem, actions 
8.t Pombal, lUdinha, Rnblida, Condeixa, Sabugal, and I'uentes d' Onor ; sifgo of Badajoz in 
1811, cavalry atTair at El Bodon, siege and storm of Ciudad Ilodrign, siege and storm of Bada- 
joz (a ball lodged in the cavity of the chest, unextracted— a ball through the right arm, which 
was splintered — neck and head wuundtd) ; battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid and the Re- 
tiro. In 1814 embarked for Canada in command of a detachment of the 5th— repelled two 
attacks on the Transport by Privateers. Present with the Army at Pldttsburg. He has re- 
ceived the War Medal with seven Clasps. 

57 Lt.Colonel Drought served in the Peninsula, France, and Flanders with the 13th Dragoons, 
and has the War Medal with five Clasps for Albuhera, Vittoria, Nivelle, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

58 Lt. Colonel Fdwnrds scr\cd with the STtli Rcgt. on the Coast of Calabria, and was present 
at the capture of a frigate, corvette, and '24 gun-boats in the Bay of Naj)lcs ; also at tlie taking 
of Iscliia and Frocida in 1809 ; the SKbsequent campaigns in the Peninsula, including the action 
at Ordal, battle of Castalla, and siege of Tarragona. Served afterwards in the American war, 
and was jjrcsent at the action at Plattsbnrg. 

59 Lieut.Coionel I'alkiner served in the Peninsula with the Gist Regt., and was present at the 
buttles of Talavera, Rusaco, and Salamanca, for which he has the War Modal with three Clasps. 

Gl Lieut.Coionel Feildtn served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, with the 44th Regt., 
including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

G2 Lieut.Coionel Fcndell served in the Peninsula from 1809 to the end of the war, including 
Die battles of Albuhera, Usagre, Vittoria, and Toulouse. 

64 Lord Cliailes FitzRoy was at the battle of Corunna, and served on the Walcheren E.xpe- 
dition with the Guards. In 1811, he joined Lord Hill's staff", and was present at the siesre and 
capture of Badajoz, batth s of Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, Toulouse, and Waterloo, 
uiiil has iecei\ed the War Medal with eight Clasps. He also served two years with the Army of 
Occupation in F'rance. 

05 Lieut.Coionel Flamank served in the Peninsula with tho 51st Regt. from Jan. 1811, to 
the end of that war in 1814, including tho battle of Fuentes d'Onor, second siege of Badajoz, 
covering the sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and third siexe of Badajoz, affair in front of Moresco, 
battle of Salamanca, retreat from Burgos, battles of Vittoria and the Pyrenees (30th and Slst 
July), passage of the Bidassoa, battles of Nivelle and St. Pe, and battle of Orthes. Served also 
tlio campaign of 1815, including the battle <>f Waterloo and captnie of Cambray. 

GG Lieut.Coionel Jonathan Foibes accompanied the 78th Regiment to Holland as a volun- 
teer, and was present in action at Merxem 13th January, also on the 2nd February 1814, and at 
the bombardment of Antwerp. Served also the campaign of 1814 and 1815 in Flandeis. 

69 Lt. Colonel the Hon. A. E. Eraser served the Eastern campaign of 1854 with the Scots Fusilier 
Guarils, including tlie battles of Alma, Bal.-iklava, and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol and sortie on 
the 2Gth Oct. (Medal and Clasps, Brevet M.ajor, Sardinian Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

70 Lt Colonel Francis Fuller served with tiie 50tli at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 
180G; tho Peninsular campaigns Iroin Dec. 1812 to Feb. 1814, including the battle of A'ittoria, 
siege of San Sibastian, and battle of the Xi\e, whpre he was wounded in the shoulder and 
thigh. Campaign of 1815, including the battle of \\'aterloo, storming of Cambrij-. and capture 
of Paris. C'i'mmandtd the regiment at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, in 1825-0 under 
Lord Combermere, and was slightly wounded in the arm. He has received the Gold Medal 
for San Sibastiun, having commanded the regiment there ; and the Silver War Medal with 
three Clasps fr Vittoria, Nivdle. and Nive. 

71 Lieut. Colencl F. H. Fuller jtroceeded to tho Peninsula in 1808, and was present with tlio 
53rd Regt. at the capture of Onorto, battles of Talavera, Busaco, and Fuentes d'Onor, besides 
various skinni>hes. He has received the War Medal with two Clasps for Talavera and Busaco. 

72 Lieut. Colonel (Earner joined the 1st Battalion of the 40th Regt. in tho Pyrenees in 1813, 
and he servtd in the campaign of that and the following year. He has received the War Medal 
with one Clasp for Nivelle. 

73 Lieut.Coionel Girardot served in the Peninsula with the Coldstream Guards from Jan. 
1813 to the end of the War in 1814, and was present at the battle of Vittoria, the pas^aiie of the 
Bidassoa, capture of St. Jean de Luz, battles of Nivelle and Nive, and investment of Bayrmne, 
and has the War .Medal with three Clasps. Served also with the ,\rmy of Occupation in France. 

74 Lieut.Coionel Gooch served iu Holland in 1814, and commanded an advanced party in 



1 17a fVar Services of Retired Lieutenant Colonels. 

protection of the ladders at the attack on Bergen-op-Zoom. Present with the Light Companies 
of tlie second Brigade of Guards at the battle of Quatre Bras, and assisted in ihe defence of 
Houffoumont at the battle of Waterloo. 

75' Lieut. Colonel Gordon served the campaigns of 1816, 17, and 18, in Malwa ; in the Persian 
Gulf in 1819 and 20, and in Ava in 1825. and 26. Wounded at Donabew 26th March, and on 
the Heights near Prome, 2nd Dec. 1825. 

76 Lt. Colonel Grove served tliroughout the Kaffir war of 1846-47 (Medal). Served also in 
the Crimea at tiie siege and fall of Sebastopol, and was severely wounded at the assault of the 
Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal and Clasp, Brevet Lt.Col., Knight of the Legion of Honor, and 
Turkisli Medal). 

77 Lieut. Colonel Henry joined the Peninsular army in 1810, and was present at the sieges 
of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, defence of Alba de Tormes, attack on the Pass of Maya, 
battles of Vittoria, Nivelle, Nive, and St. Pierre, Orthes, and Toulouse, besides various minor 
affairs. He has received the War Medal with six Clasps. 

80 Lt.Colonel Hugh Halkett served with the 2nd Light Infantry Battalion of the King's German 
Legion on the expedition to the North of Germany in 1805-6. Landed on the Island of Rugen 
in July 1807 ; was employed at the siege of Stralsund, and in August re-embarked at Rugen for 
Copenhagen, where the battalion formed part of the besieging corps. In April 1808 embarked 
with Sir John Moore's army for Gottenburg, and from thence to Portugal ; belonged to the army 
which entered Spain with Sir John, anrl afterwards retu-ed through Gallicia. Accompanied the 
expedition to Walcheren^ and was present at the siege of Flushing. In Jan. 1811 embarked for 
Portugal ; commanded the battalion at the battle of Albuhera, and was at the siege of Badajoz in 
1811 ; commanded the battalion during the campaign of 1812, including the siege of the forts at 
Salamanca, action of the heights of Moresco, battle of Salamanca, and retreat from Burgos when 
the Light Brigade K. G. L. formed the rear-guard with the cavalry, and repulsed the repeated 
charges of the enemy's cavalry. In April 1813 embarked for the North of Germany, and was 
employed in organizing the Hanoverian troops ; commanded a brigade of tlie same in Count Wal- 
moden's army, and was engaged at the battle of Goerde, as also on several other occasions. In 
Jan. 1814 commanded the centi'e of the corps which besieged and captured Gluckstadt. Com- 
manded the right of the corps which was employed at the blockade of Harburg. Served also the 
campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. He has received the Gold Medal 
and one Clasp for the battles of Albuhera and Salamanca. 

81 Lt.Colonel James Halkett served with the Coldstream Guards in the Crimea from 18th Oct. 
to 7tli Nov. 1854 and was present at the siege of Sebastopol, and battles of Balaklava and Inker- 
man — severely wounded (Medal and Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

82 Lieut. Colonel George Hall served in the Peninsula from January 1811 to June 1812, and 
again from October 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, 
sieges of Cimlad Rodrigo and Badajoz (severely wounded), battle of the Nive, Orthes, and Tou- 
louse. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

84 Lieut. Colonel Hammill served the campaign of 1814 in Upper Canada. 

85 Lieut.Colonel Harding served in the Peninsula with the 5th Regt. from August 1812, to 
the end of that war in 1814, including the retreat from Burgos and Madrid, battle of Vittoria, 
blockade of Pampeluna, battles of the Pyrenees from the 26th to the 29th July, the Nivelle and 
tlie Nive (from 9th to 13th Dec.) ; passage of the Gave d'Oleron, battle of Orthes, actions of Vic 
BigoiTe and Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse. 

86 Lt.Colonel Harries served with the 63rd Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1854, including 
the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerinan (severely woundedj, and siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Clasps, Brevet Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, 
and Turkish Medal). 

87 Lt.Colonel Q. B. Harrison served with the 5th Regt. in Corsicain 1795, and was present in 
several skirmishes near Ajaccio. Egyptian campaign of 1801, including the actions of the 8th and 
21st March. Capture of Copenhagen in 1807. Campaign of 1808-9, includingthe battles of Roleia, 
Vimiera, and Corunna. At the capture of Walcheren in 1809. Served afterwards in tlie Penin- 
sula, and was present at the battle of Fuentes d'Onor, storming of Fort Napoleon near Almaraz, — 
commanded the right wing of the regt. while escalading the above fort, for which he obtained the 
In-evet rank of Lieut.Colonel. Present at the affair with the enemy at Alba de Tormes on the 
retreat of the army from Madrid; commanded the regt. at the repulse of an attack at Bejar, 
present at the battle of Vittoria ; commanded the regt. in the actions in the Pyrenees on the 26th 
27th, 28th, 29th, 30th, and 31st July 1813; also at the battle of St. Pierre near Bayonne, action 
at Aire, battles of Orthes and Toulouse. He has received the Gold Medal and two Clasps for 
Pyrenees, Nive, and Orthes. 

88 Lieut.Colonel John Christopher HaiTison served at the siege of Copenhagen and capture 
of the Danish fleet in 1807 ; the campaign of Martinique, siege and capture of Fort Bourbon in 
1809. Served afterwards in the Peninsula and was present at the actions of Redinha and Cainpo 
Mayor, siege and capture of Olivenca, siege of Badajoz in 1811, battle of Albuhera (severely 
wounded), siege and capture of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and storming of Badajoz (received three 
severe wounds on the grand breach of San Trinidad), He has received the War Medal with four 
Clasp", and also the Waterloo Medal. 

90 Sir Andrew Leith ILiy went to Spain in 1808 as Aide de Camp to Major General Leith, on 
a mission to the Si>anisli Annies, and was present in sevfial affairs with them : afterwards joined 
the Army of Sn- John Moore, and was ])rcsent at the battle of Corunna ; was with the 29t!i Re"-t 
at Talavera ; on the Staff at the battle of Busaco, and at Salamanca, where he was severely 
wounded and had two horses killed under him ; was present at the battle of Vittoria, and taking; of 



J Tar Services of Retired Lieutenant Colonels. Il7h 

the Castle of San Sebastian ; was Military Secrelary and first Aidc-iIe-Cuinp to Sir James Leith 
at the capture of Giiadaloiipe in 1815 : lias rccoivcd tlio War Medal with six Clasps. 

13*2 Lt. Colonel Hiiyj:artli served witli tli<> Scots Fusilier Guards in the Kastern eanipiiifjrn of 
1854 until severely wounded at the battle of Alma — shot through shoulder and thigh (Medal 
and Clasp, oth Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Mecijil). 

94 Lt. Colonel Holder served with the Scots I'u.iilier Guards at the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
from N'ov. 1854 (Medal and Clasji, and 6th Class of the Medjidie). 

'.t.5 Lt.Colunel Holmes sfrved with the 2nd Battalion of thr I4tli, on the expedition under 
Lord William Bentinck in the Genoese territory, in 1814 ; and also served in the South of 
France, in 1813. Served with the 20th, with the Madras and Bombay Force, against the liaiah 
of Kolaporc in 1827. 

97 Lieut. Colonel Humfrey joinwl the 4.">th Regt. in the Peninsula in 1811, and served there 
until the end of that war in 1814, including the siege and storm of Ciudad Hodrigo — severely 
wounded, siege and storm of Badajoz — in both of these attacks ho served in the storming party 
composed of the Flank Companies ; storm of Fort Picurina under General Kempt, battle of 
Salamanca, capture of Madrid, retreat therefrom into Portugal, battle of Vittoria, blockade of 
Pampeluna, battle of the Pyrenees (severely wounded), battles of the Nivelle, Orthes, and Tou- 
louse, besides numerous minor affairs and skirmishes. Fie has the War Medal with nine Clasps. 

98 Lieut.Colonel Hutton served in the Peninsula with the 4th Dragoons, from August 1811 
to May 1813. 

99 Lt.Coloncl Hon. J. S. .Tocelyn served with the Scots Fusilier Guards in the Eastern cam- 
paign of 1854 and up to 1 July 1855 including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, 
siege of Sebastopol, and sortie of 2(ith Oct. (Medal and Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 
5th Class of the .Medjidie, and Turkish Medal), 

KK) Lieut.Colonel James Johnston served in the 40th Regiment on the expedition to South 
America under Sir Samuel Achmuty in ]80<>, and was present at the landing near Monte Video, 
the advance to invest that town, and repelling the sortie made by its garrison, also at the whole 
operations of the siege, and was severely wounded at the storming of the breach on the :3rd Feb. 
1807. Served throug'.iout the Peninsular war from the landing at Jlondcgo Bay in 1808, and 
including the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Talavera, recapture of Campo Mayor and Olivenca, first 
siege of Badajoz, battle of Albuhera (severely wounded), capture of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, 
advance to Jladrid and subsequent retreat to Portugal, advance in 1813, battles of Vittoria, the 
Pyrenees, and Xivelle, besides numerous minor actions and skirmishes : he has received the War 
Medal with nine Clasps ; the Portuguese Command .Medal for Vittoria, Pyrenees, and Nivelle ; 
and the Portuguese Cross for three campaigns, as also the Order of the Tower and Sword. 

101 Lieut.Colonel Wm. Fred. Johnston served in the Peninsula in 1814. \\'as present at the 
battles of (Juatre Bras and Waterloo, and taking of Peronne. 

lO:) Lt.Colonel Kelson served with the late lO.Srd in the American war, and was present in the 
action of Lundy's Lane at the storming of Fort Erie, on the morning of the 15th August 1814, 
and at the repulse of the sortie on the Oth September following. 

104 Lieut.Colonel Kingseote served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, as Aide-de-Camp to 
Lord Raglan, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Clasps and CB.). 

105 Lt.Coloncl Learmonth served with the 17th Lancers in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 
(Meilal and Clasp for Sebastopol, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Also in the 
Indian campaign of 1857-58 (Medal). 

106 Lieut.Colonel Leatliam served the campaign of 1815 with the 1st Dragoon Guards, and 
was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

107 Lt.Colonel Le Coutcur served during the whole of the last war in America. He was 
Adjutant to Colonel De Harem, who commanded the Light Division and seven hundred Indians, 
under Generals Vincent and De Rottenburg on the Niagara frontier ; was engaged at Sackett's 
Harbour, the battle of Niagara, and was in the storming division at Fort Erie, where he was 
blown up by the springing of a mine ; present also at the action of the Cross Roads and many 
skirmishes with the Li^ht Division. 

108 Lt.Colonel Lewei served with "The Buffs" at the siege of Sebas-topol in 1855, and 
commanded the covering party <>f the Bufl'j at the assault of the Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal 
and Clasp. Brevet Major, Kn-ght of the Legion of Honor, .")lh Class of the Mertjidie, and 
Turkish Medal). 

Kl'J Sir John Scott Lillie served in the Gth Regt. with the first expedition to Portugal in 1808, 
and was present at the battles of Roleia and Vimiera, and capture of Lisbon. Jn 1809, as 
Captain in the Lusitanian Legion, in various engagements for the defence of Portugal during 
the important interval betwetii the embarkation at Corunna and the return of the 8ec( nd expe- 
dition to Liibon. Campaign of 18lo -Battle of Busa-o, and retreat to the Lmips at Torres 
Vniras. 1811- Aetioni of I'ombal and Rfdinha, capture of Campo ^fayor, sieges of Olivenca 
and Badajoz. 1812 — Battle of Salamanca, capture of Madriil. and retreat from Burgos. 1813 
— Actiuni at Ardea d^ P. iif^. Osma, anil Bridge of Subijana de Morellas (wound' d), battle of 
Vittoria, blockade of Pampelun:^ actions in the Pyrenees on the 24th, 25th, 26th, 28th, and 3«ith 
July, a';tions of Irun and St. Mai tial, capture of .Sini Sebastian, passagp of the Bida^sc a, battles 
of the Nivelle (wound' d) ami the Nive. 1814— Battles of Orthes and Toulouse, at v^hieh last 
he was severely wound' d and It fc for forty-eight hours on the field of battle, suppojid to have 
been killed. Sir John ha* received the Gobi (."ross for the battles of the I'yn nees, Niville, 
Orthes, and Toulouse; and the Silver War Medal with seven Chups for the others. Was sel. ctcd 
in 18.31 by the Regent of Portugal to organize and command an expedition to that country 
with the rank of Mijir General to support the claims of Queen Donna .Maria. 



117c IVar Services of Retired Lieutenant Colonels. 

110 Lt. Colonel T. Lillie served in the Peninsula from Dec. 1812 to the end of the war, in- 
cluding the crossing of the Zadino ; battle of Vittoria ; blockade of Pampeluna from 5th to 18th 
July ; pass of Eoncesvalles, 28lh July, battle of Pampeluna, 28th July, Nivelle, Nive (9th to 
13th Dec.) Orthes (severely wounded), and Toulouse. Present at Waterloo on the 18lh June, 
and at the storming of Cambray. He has received the War Medal and six Clasps. He commanded 
a detachment, consisting of 200 of the 15th Eegiment and Cejlon Rifles, in defeating the in- 
surgtnti at Mafale on the 29th July, during the suppression of the Rebellion in the Kaudian 
Provinces in 1848. 

111 Lieut. Colonel P. Lindesay served in the Crimea during 1855, and commanded the 63rd 
Regt. at the assault on the Redan on the 18th June, and on the 8th Sept. (severely wounded) ; 
also at the bombardment and capture of Kinbourn (Medal and Clasps). 

112 Lieut. Colonel lion. C. H. Lindsay served with the 43rd Light Infantry in Canada during 
the insurrection of 1837-38. Served in the Grenadier Guards in the Ciimean campaign during 
the winter of 1854-55, including ihe flank marcli from Alma to Balaklava, taking of Balaklava, 
battle of Balaklava, repulse of the powerful sortie on the 26th Oct. 1854, battle of Inkerman, 
and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and three Clasps). In the Eastern campaign in 1854, including 
the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medul and Clasps). 

114 Lieut.Colonel Lindsell served with the 28th Regt. in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and 
up to the 15th Feb. 1855, including tlic battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal and three Clasps, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

115 Lt.Colonel Lister served with the 9th Regt. the campaign of 1842 in Affghanistan and 
was wounded at Istaliff (Medal). Served a'so in the Crimea from 27th Nov. 1854, including the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol and assault of the enemy's batteries on the 18th June (Medal and 
Clasp, Brevet Lt.Colonel, and Sardinian Medal). 

IIG Lt.Colonel Lowndes served with the 47ch Regt. throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854- 
55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol, sortie of 2Gth Oct., and storming the Quarries on 7th June — severely wounded (Medal 
and Clasps. Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian Medal 
and 5th C'ass of the Medjidie). 

117 Lt.Colonel Loyd Lindsay served with the Scots Fusilier Guards in the Eastern cam- 
paign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, siege and fall of 
Sebastopol, and sortie of the 26th October (Medal and four Clasps, Victoria Cross, Knight of 
the Legion of Honor, and 5lh Class of the Medjidie). 

118 Lieut.Colonel Luaid served in the Peninsula, from Jan. 1811 until the end of the war, 
including the actions of Pombal, Redinha, Condeixa, Campo Mayor, Los Santos, and Usagre, 
sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo, Burgos, and Salamanca, battle of Salamanca, blockade of Pam- 
peluna and battle of Toulouse. Present at Waterloo 18th June 1815. Siege of Bhurtpore 1825-6. 

119 Lt.Colonel Lusbington served the campaign of 1842 in Affghanistan, and was severely 
wounded (Medal and CB.). 

120 Lt.Colonel Lys was at the capture of Coorg in the East Indies in April 1834. Served 
in the Crimea from 10th June 1855, at the siege and fall of Sebastopol (iVIedal and CUsp, and 
5th Class of the Medjidie). 

121 Lieut.Colonel M'Alester served with the 3oth Regt. in Holland in 1799 ; at the siege and 
capture of Malta in 1800 ; battle of Maida (War Medal with one Clasp) ; siege and capture of 
the Fort of Scylla in 1806; Egyptian campaign of 1807, including assault of the Western Lines, 
capture of Alexandria, and battle of El Hamet, in which he was wounded and tiiken prisoner. 
In 1811, at tlie capture of the Ionian Islands. In 1813, commanded the 2nd Battalion 35th 
Regt. during the cam])aign in the Netherlands, including assault of the village of Merxem and 
bombardment of Antwerp. In 1815, campaign in the Netherlands and France, including battle 
of Wateiloo, assault and capture of Cambray, and capture of Paris. 

122 Lieut.Colonel M'JN'iven served the campaigns of 1813 and 14, including the investment 
of Bayonne in 1813, battle of Orthes, action at Aire, and battle of Toulouse, where lie was 
severely wounded near the groin by a musket-ball, while carrying the regimental colour of the 
42nd Highlanders. In 1840 he was appointed on a particular service as Assistant Adjutant 
General in Syria. 

123 Lieut.Colonel MacBean's services: — Battles of Roleia, Vimiera, andCorunna; expedition 
to Walclieren ; Peninsula from Oct. 1812 to Nov. 1813, including the battle of Vittoria, Maya 
Pass, Pyrenees, 28th, 30th, and 3Ist July; and Pass of Echalar. Served also the campaign of 
1815 in Upper Canada. 

124 Lieut.Colonel Macbeath served with the 68th Light Infantry the Eastern campaign of 
1854-55, including tlic battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and 
Clasps and Sardinian Medal). 

126 Lieut.Colonel John Macdonald served with the 9.3rd Regt. during the campaigns of 1811 
and 12 against ihe Kaffirs on the frontier of the Cape of Good Hope. Also the campaign cf 1814 
in Louisiana, and battle before New Orleans on the 8th Jan. 1815 — severely wounded in the head 
and leg. 

127 Lieut.Colonel Macdoncll served in the American war, and has received the Gold Medal for 
the action at Chateauguay. 

128 Sir Dunean MacDougall served at the Cape of Good Hope, where he commanded on the 
Frontier for a short time ; in Portugal, Spiiin, France, United States of America, and Canada ; 
was at the siege of Badajoz, siege of the Forts at Salamanca, battle of Salamanca (severely 
wounded, and Medal), siege of Burgos, and retreat therefrom, storming of St. Sebastian (Medal), 
Passa'je of the Bidassoa, battles of the Nivelle (Medal), and the Nive (Medal), investment of 
Bayonne, battle of Bladensburg and capture of Washington, action near Baltimore, where 



IVar Services of lietirc<l Lieutenant Cuhnels. WTd 

General Ross, cnmmaii<liiig in cliiof, to whom lio was Aiilo dc Camp, was mortally wounded ■ 
operations and battle before.Vew Orleans, where Lieiit.General Sir Hdward I'akcuham!, c.m'- 
manding in chief, to whom lie was Aide de Camp, was killed; sioue of Fori Uowy.r in Florida. 
Served as Mjcond in cominaud and Quartermaster General iii the llntish Auxiliary Le^'ion of Sijain. ' 

129 Lieiit.Colonel iMacdougall served the campaigns, of 1813 and 14 in the" Peninsula, includ- 
ing the affair of San Mareial; battles of Xivelle, iNivu, i)th, lUth, 11th, I'Jth, and i:3th Dec. 
Orthes, and Toulouse. ' 

130 Lieut. Colonel M'Phcrson served in Calabria in 180G. Present at the capture of Ischia in 
1801). Served the campaigns of 1813 and 11 in the Peninsula, including the battles of Alcoy, 
Biar, and Castalla ; 8iey;e of Tarragona in June 1813, and blockade of do. in Au;j. followin"'- 
action at Ordcll (severely wounded through the body and left arm), and blockade of 13arcelona! 
Served abo in the American war, including the action in crossing the Sarenac, and bsittle of 
Plattsburg. Present at IhecaptuieofParis in 181o. ti.-rved in the Kaffir War of 1834-35 (Medal). 

131 Lieut.Colouel Mansel served with the o3rd Hegt. in the attack at More Chabot affd the 
siege of Mornc Fortuuee in St. Lucia iu 17'J(i; the whole of the Carib war in St. Vincent; at the 
reduction of Trinidad ; and at the siege of Moro Castle in the island of Porto Rico in 1797. Re- 
turned from India in the spring of 1811, and joined the 2nd Battalion of the .!J3rd Regt. in the 
Peninsula; commanded the Light Companies of the Gth Division throughout the campaigns of 
1811 and \i, including the skirmish with the enemy's cavalry near Carpio, sieges of Ciudad 
Rodrigo. Badajoz, and the forts at Salamanca, battle of Salamanca (horse shot under him), and 
Biege of Burgos. Commanded a Provisional Battalion, consisting of four companies of the Queen's 
and a like number of the 53rd Regt., at the battle of Toulouse. He has received the Gold Medal 
and one Clasp lor .Salamanca and Toulouse. 

13-2 Lieut.Cohmel Marjhall served the Egyptian campaign of 1801 ; at the siege and capture 
of Copenhagen in 1807 ; the campaign of 1808-U in Portugal and Spain, including the battle of 
Corunna ; Walcheren Expedition in 1801), and subsequent campaigns in the Peninsula until the 
end of that war in 1814, including the battles of Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, and Salamanca, siege 
of Burgos, wounded at the capture of the homwork of the Castle when in command of two' com- 
panies, and mentioned in dispatches, battles of Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulonse (>everely 
wounded), besides various minor enga;iements atid skirmishes. Served also the cam]iaign of 
1815, and was severely wounded at the battle of Quatre Bras — once in the leg, with loss of an 
arm. Served with local rank of Colonel in Canada from 1838 to termination of the Rebellion 
in 183!). He has received the Turkish Gold Medal for Egvpt, the War Medal with eight Clasps 
and the Waterloo Medal. ' ° ' 

133 Lt.Coh)nel Hon. .1. P. Maxwell served with the 50tli Regt. the Eastern campaign up to 
3 Nov. 1854, including the battle of Alma and siege of Sebastopol, — severely injured in the 
head by a round shot in the trenches in Octolier (Medal and two Clasps, Brevet Lt.Colonel, 5th 
Class of the IMedJidie, and Turkish Medal). 

134 Lt.Colonel Mayers served with the 86lh Regt. during the Indian^ Rebellion of 1857-58, and 
was present at the disarming of four companies of the 27th Rombay N.I. Served with the 
Central India field force under Sir Hugh Rose, and was present at the battle of Koonch (Medal 
and Clasp). 

135 Lt.Colonel Maynard served with the 88th Regt. at the siege of Sebastopol, the attack on 
the Quarries 7th .June (.-everely wounded), and attacks on the Redan on the 18th June and 8th 
Sept. (Medal and Clasp, Brevet Major, Sardinian Medal, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). 

137 Lieut.Colonel Fiennes Miller served tlic campaign of 1815 with the Gth Dragoons, and was 
severely wonded at Waterloo 

138 Lt.Colonel James Miller served with the 11th Hussars in the Crimea from 29th July to 
19th August 1855, and has the .Medal and Clasp for Sebastopol, and the Turkish Medal. 

139 Lieut.Colonel Thomas Miller served in the 40th Regt. at the capture of Manora and sur- 
render of Kurrachee, Lower Scinde, in Feb. 1839. He served with the 10th Regt. in the Punjaub 
campaign of 1848-9, including the whole of the siege operations before Mooltan and surrender 
of the fortress: was Major of Brigade at the repulse of the enemy's night-attack on the British 
camp at Muttee Thol on 17th Aug. : commanded the reserve of the Regt. at the storming of the 
heiglits before Mooltan on 27th Dec. 1848. He was afterwards present at the battle of Goojerat 
(Medal and two Clasps). 

140 Lt.Colonel Mills served at the capture of JIartinique in 1809, and of Guadaloupe in 1810. 

141 Lt.Colonel Molloy served in the Peninsula with the Rifle Brigailc, and was present at the 
battles of Roleia, Vimiera, Salamanca, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Toulouse, for 
which he Inis received tlie War Medal with eight Clasps. He served also the camjiaign of 1815, 
and was severely wounded at Waterloo. 

142 Lt.Colonel Montgomery, when on pas.sage to India in the transport Briton, with troops 
was wrecked on the lesser Andaman, in Nov. 1814, and remained on that island 51 days sufter- 
ioB very severe privations. lie served in the 80th Regt. throughout the SutUj cauipaign of 
l845-(i, including the battlis of Moodkee, Femzcahah. and Subraon (Medal and two Clasps). 
Also in the Burmese warof 1S52 (MeJal; including the capture of Marlaban (wounded) ; the 
operations before Rangoon on the 12th, KUli, and 14th April, and the capture of the Great 
JJagun Piigoiia (with the storming pirty;, and cajjture of Prome. 

143 Lt.Col -nel .Moorsom served in ihi; Crimea from Nov. 1854. and was jjreaent at the siege 
and fall of SeUistipol (Mtdal and Clasp, aLd 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

144 Lieut.Colouel Muter >ervid in the Peninsula with the 7th Fusiliers, and was present at 
the passage of the Douro, capture of Oporto. The subsequent operations against JMarshal Soult 



117<? War Services of Retired Lieutenant Colonels. 

in the North of Portugal, and battle of Talavera, where, being dangerously wounded on the even- 
ing of the 28th July 1809, and taken prisoner while in hospital, he was detained in France until 
the Peace of 1814. He served at the assault upon New Orleans in Jan. 1815, and commanded 
the right advanced picquet on the night the army retired from its position — the picquets were ex- 
posed at intervals during the night to a heavy cannonade. He has the War Medal with one Clasp. 

145 Lt. Colonel Mure served with the 60th Ptifles in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). Served 
with the 79th Highlanders the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to 9th Feb. 1855, including the 
battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

146 Lt. Colonel Charles Murray served with the 42nd Highlanders at the siege and fall of Se- 
bastopol from June 1855, and assault of the outworks on the 18th June (Medal and Clasp, 5th 
Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

147 Lt. Colonel Nay lor served with the 8th Hussars in the Crimea from 29th April 1855; 
including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and battle of the Tchernaya (Medal and Clasp). 

148'Lt.Colonel Neville served in the Peninsula with the 2nd Battalion of the 30th, from July 
1810 to May 1813 ; also the campaign of 1814 in Holland, and that of 1815 in the Nether- 
lands ; he was present at the defence of Cadiz, occupation of the lines of Torres Vedras, 
various minor actions when in pursuit of Massena, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege of Ciudad 
Eodrigo, siege and storm of Badajoz (severely wounded in the head and leg when leading the 
ladder party in the Escalade of the St. Vincent Bastion), battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, 
siege of Burgos (severely wounded through the left shoulder in the storm of the first line of the 
castle, 4th Oct. 1812) bombardment of Antwerp, assault on Bergen-op-Zoom, battle of Water- 
loo, and capture of Paris : throughout all the above-mentioned sieges he acted as an Assistant 
Engineer, In 1817, 18, and 19 he served in the Mahratta war, from the battle of Mahidpore (as 
a volunteer) to the siege of Asseerghur ; and in 1820 he was attached to the Nizam's Troops 
at the capture of a Predatory Force. After serving 22 years in India with the 30th and 13th 
Dragoons, and 26lh and 63rd Regts., his health failed when in command of the left wing of 
the 63rd, in a very unhealthy climate. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps ; the 
India War Medal and Clasps ; and the Cross of the Legion of Honor for services rendered on 
board the French ship Bengalie on passage from India to Europe in Aug. 1831. 

149 Lieut.Colonel Newton received a commission at the early age of twelve, in consequence of 
the services of his father, then commanding a regt. of Light Dragoon?. Served in the West Indies 
in the campaign of 1810, under Sir Geo. Beckwith, as a Regimental Officer; was afterwards 
appointed Assistant Quarter Master General and Major of Brigade in St. Thomas and Grenada. 
Joined his regt. on tlieir being ordered on service to tlie coast of America in 1814, where he 
served with tlie division under Sir John Sherbrooke. Joined the army under the Duke of Wel- 
lington in June 1815, was appointed one of the Staff Commandants in Belgium, and was present 
at the taking of Landrecy by the Prussians. 

150 Lieut.Colonel Nicholson served the campaign of 1814 in Holland, including the bombard- 
ment of Antwerp, and storming of Bergen-op-Zoom, where he was severely wounded. 

151 Lieut.Colonel O'Reilly served in the Peninsula with the 4th Dragoon Guards. 

152 Lieut.Colonel Paschal served in the Peninsula witli the 2nd Line Battalion of the King's 
German Legion, from Oct. 1813 to the end of that war in 1814, including the battles of the Nivelle 
and Nive, investment of Bayonue on the 27th Feb. 1814, and subsequent operations before that 
fortress. Served also thecampaign of 1815, and was at Quatre Bras, attached to Sir Henry Clinton 
on the 17th June, and at the battle of Waterloo. He has received the War Medal and two Clasps, 
as also the Hanoverian War Medal. 

153 Lt. Colonel Paterson commanded the Grenadiers of the Cameronians on the China expedi- 
tion (Medal), and was present at the operations before Canton from the 24th to the 31 st May 
1841, defence of Ningpo, at Se^joan, Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghae, Chin Kiang Foo, and Nanking. 
Commanded the Buffs at the Siege of Sebastopol from May to August 1 855 (including the attack 
on the 18th June), aud also from December until the close of the war (Medal and Clasp). 

154 Lt. Colonel Pearce served in the Peninsula and has the War Medal with three Clasps for 
Fuentes d'Onor, Badajoz, and Salamanca. 

155 Lt.Coloncl Pretyman served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 33rd Regt., up to 
20th Feb. 1855, when he was appointed Brigade Major to 1st Brigade, Light Division; was pre- 
sent at the battles of Alaaa and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol,' and assaults on the 18th June 
and 8th Sept. (Medal and Clasps, Brevet Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of 
the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

156 Lieut.Colonel Raines served at the battles of Roleia,Vimiera, and Corunna, besides minor 
affairs during tlie retreat; served also at W^alcheren. He has the War Medal and two Clasps. 

157 Lt. Colonel Rawstorne served in the Peninsula, in tlie Chasseurs Britanniques, from Aug. 
1813 to the end of tlic war, and was present at the buttle of Orthes: he has received tlie War 
Medal with two Clasps. Present with the 91st in the Kaffir war of 1846-47 (Medal), and covered 
with his company the movement of a division of the force from the Dobie Flats to the vicinity 
of Block Drift in April 1846 (wounded). On the renewal of operations in July 1846 he was 
entrusted for several months with the charge and defence of tlie Seminary at Block Drift, an 
Isolated post, containing the magazines of the army, and maintaining the communications be- 
tween tlie Colony and the divisions in the field. He commanded the detachment of the 91st on 
the exjiedition under Sir Harry Smith against the insurgent Boers in 1848, and had charge of the 
position at Botha's Drift, Orange River, to keep open the communication with the advanced 
cohimn. For the manner in which he marched these troops to the camp of Sir Harry Smith, a 
distance of 250 miles, Sir Harry conferred on him the appointment of Brigade Major at 
Graham's Town. •' 



PFar Services of Retired Lieutenant Colonels. 117/ 

lo8 Lt.rolonel Ready landed in the Crimoa in 18^4, and conimandt-d tlie /Ist Iligldandors ut 
the sicRO of Sebiistopol and expedition to Keitcli : he lield llie rank of lJri).'adit r in tiic Kertch 
District durinu' its oeetipation by the Allies (Medal and Clasp, and Knight of the l.cffio of Honor). 

lo!) Lieut. Colonel Heed served in the Anieriean war, ineludinp the action at IJaltiniore, Blad- 
onsburtr, and capture of Washington. 

ItiO Lieiit.Colonel Reeve served the Eastern campaign of 1854 with the Grenadier Guards, in- 
chilling the battles of Alma, IJahiklava, anil Inkernian, and siegfc of Seba»t<)|i(i| ( Medal and CliLs'ps). 

102 Lt.Colonel Rose served with the 3rd Light Dragoons throughout the campaieii 
of 1842 in AtVghanistan (Medal), including the forcing of the Khjber Pass, storming the 
heights of JugduUuck, action at Tezeen and Iluftkotul, relief of Jellalabad, and re-capture of 
Cabool. At the battle of I'unniar, near Gwalior, commanded the left sijnadron of the 9th 
Lancers (I^Iedal). lie served in the Sut.tj campaign in lis4t;. including the battle of Sobraon 
(Medal). Also in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, including the passage of the Chenab at 
Kamnuggur (where he commanded the 9th Lancers), and battles of Chillianwallah and Gooie- 
rat (Medal and Chisps). 

Ui4 Lt.Colonel A. H. Russell served with the 22nd Regt. in Scindo during its conquest. 
Served with the 58th in the south of New Zealand from 9th April ISATi. 

ItM Lieut. Colonel Schreiber served the campaign of 181o with the 11th Light Dragoons, 
including the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo (horse shot). 

KiG Lieut.ColonelSedley served in the Peninsula from March 1812 to Dec. 181.0, including the 
taking of the forts and the affair of the Guarena, battle of Salamanca, actions at Osma, Sabuganna 
dc Morrilla (severely wounded through the lungs), and Pyrenees, 31st Aug. Wounded on tho 
18th June at Waterloo. Served also in the Burmese war, during the latter part of which he was 
detached with the command of two companies to keep open the communication on the Irrawaddy 
between Rangoon and tlie army under Sir Archibald Campbell. He has received the War Medal 
with three Clasps for Salamanca, Vittoria, and Pyrenees. 

1G7 Lieut Colonel Sharp served with the 2t;th Regiment in the first China expedition, 
(Medal). Commanded the 72nd Highlanders in the Crimea from the arrival of the regiment 
on the i:3th June to the .ilst July, 18.i5, including the expedition to Kertch, and siege of 
Sebastopul (Medal and Clasp). 

1(»8 Lieut. Colonel Simmonds served in the Peninsula from Feb. 1808 to Feb. 1813, includin'' 
the affairs of Talavera and Alberche, battles of Talavera, Busaco, and Albulicra ; covering the 
siege of Badnjoz in 1812, engaged every day during the retreat from Madrid and Salamanca; 
the retreat to Portugal, and subsequent pursuit of .Massena from the Lines, besides several minor 
affaii-s. He has received the War Jledul and three Cl.isps. 

lt!9 LtCol. Simmons served in the Peninsula, as a volunteer with the 34th Regt.. and afterwards 
as an officer in the 23fd, and in the Rifle Brigade, from Sept. 1811 to the end of that war in 1814, 
including the storming of the forts at Almaraz, affairs of Sun Munos and San Milan, battle of 
Vittoria, actions at Yanzi Bridge and Echalar. storming Vera Heights, crossing the Bidassoa, 
battle of Nivelle, battles of the Nive, on the lOth, Uth, and 12th Dec. 1813. Served with the 
41st Regt. throughout the Burmese war, and was present at the storming of Rangoon and Syrian 
Pagoda ; led the head of the left column storming the trenches in front of the Dagon Pagoda 
storming a strong stockade in front of the Dagon I'agoda. Commandtd the left wing of the 
41st Regiment in the fi^ld against the Kolapi.ro Rajah. Served with the regiment during the 
campaign of 1842 in Aflghanistan, and commandtd a column of attack in the action of the 2Sth 
April in the Pishcen Valley; present also in the actions near Candahar, at Goaine, and before 
Gbuznee; occupation and destruction of that fortress and of Cabool; expedition into Kohistan; 
Storm, capture, and destruction of Istaliff, and in the various minor affairs in and between the 
Bolan and the Kyber Passes. Has the War ]Medal w iih three Clasps for Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nive. 

170 Lieut.Colonel J. J. Slater served in the Peninsula and also in America, in 1814. 

171 Lieut. Col. David Rae Smith served the campaign in the Southern Mahratia country in 
1844-45 with the 22nd Regiment, and was present at the investment and capture of the forts 
of PanuUa and Pownglmr. 

172 Lieut.Colonel George Smith served the campaigns of 1814 and l.'i, in Spain, France, and 
Flanders, and was present at the battle of Waterloo. 

173 Lt.Colonel Somerville served with tiie 6th Regt. during the Kaffir war of 1846-47 (Jfcdal) ; 
and with the 68th in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, 
and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Cl;isps, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

177 Lt.Colonel P.D. Stewart served in Hanover in 1805 ; and at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807. 

178 Lieut.Colonel St. Maur accompanied the 51st Regt. on the expedition to Burmah in 1852, 
and was on board the E. I. C. steam frigate Ferooz during the naval action and destruction of 
the enemy's stockades on the Rangoon River, landed in command of the regiment, and was 
compelled to leave the field from a sun-stroke on the 13th April, during the operations in tho 
vicinity of Rangoon. 

179 Lieut.Colonel Strettou served the campaigns of 1812 and 13 in the Peninsula, with the 
GSth Light Infantry, and was severely wounded at the battle of Vittoria by two gun-shots lodged 
in till- body, one of which has not been extracted. Ho has received the Silver War Medal with 
one Clasp for Vittoria. 

180 Lieut.Colonel Stracey served with the Scots Fusilier Guards in the Eastern campaign in 
1854, including the battle of Alma (Medal and Cla>i)^. 

181 Lt.Colonel Strachau served with the 3;)th Regt. the campaign against the Rajah of Coorg 
in April 1834; also at the siege and fall of SebiLstop<jl, including attacks on the ) 8th June and 
8th Sept. (MediU and Clasp, Brevet Lt.Colonel, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 



117g War Services of Retired Lieutenant Colonels. 

18-'' Lt Colonel Thellusson served with the 72nd Higblanders in the Crimea from 1 :3th June 
1855"intl"udin"- the expedition to Kertch, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and attack of the 18th June 
(Medal and Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 
Commanded tlie Re'^imentat the siege and capture of Kotah on 30th Marcli 1858 and was present 
with the leading column of assault; subsequently throughout the operations in Central India 
and pursuit of the rebel forces under Tantia Topee and Rao Sahib in 1858-59 (mentioned in 
despatches. Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal and Clasp). 

183 Lt. Colonel Tipping served with the Grenadier Guards the Eastern campaign of 1854, inclu- 
din'' the battles of Alma,°Balaklava, and Inkerman (severely wounded ), and siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

184 Lieut.Colonel Toole joined the 40th Regt. in the Peninsula early in Jan. 1810, and was 
present at the battle of Busaco, retreat to and occupati(m of the lines at Torres Vedras, pursuit 
of Massena, action of Redinha, capture of Campo Mayor, siege of Badajoz in May 1811 and 
repulse of the sortie from Fort San Christoval, siege and storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, siege and 
storming of Badajoz, in the breach of which fortress he was severely wounded. In October 
1813 he rejoined the army at Vera, and was present at the battle of Nivelle, and in several minor 
affau-s. Subsequently lie served nearly one year and a half with the Army of Occupation in 
France. He has received the War Medal with four Clasps. 

185 Sir John M. Tylden served as Brigade Mdjor to Sir Samuel Auchmuty during the 
operations in South Aiaerici in 1806-7, including the capture of Monte Video and the attack 
on Buenos Ajres. Served with the 43i-d Light infantry during Sir John Moore's campaign in 
Spain in 1808-9, and accompanied it again to the Peninsula in 1809. Accompanied Sir Samuel 
Auchmuty to India in 1810, and in 1811 served as the General's Military Secretary on the ex- 
pedition to Java, and was present at the assiuH and capture of Cornelius. Served with the 
52nd Light lufan'ry in the Peninsula during the campaigns of 1813 and 1814, including the 
battles of the Nive, Orthes, anJ Toulouse. In 1814 he accompanied Sir John Lambert's 
expedition to America as Assistant- Adjutant-General, and was present durmg the operations 
against New Orleans. He lias received the War Medal with four Clasps. 

180 Lieut.Colonel Ussher served the Nepaul campaigns of 181G and 17 with the 66th Regt. 

187 Lieut.Colonel Van Cortlandt was engaged at the following battles, sieges, &c. in the East. 
Indies, viz. Sarsni, Bijighur, Kutchowra, Agra, Deig, Bhurtpore, Allyghur, Delhi, Laswarrie.and 
Futtehghur. Also several skirmishes during the campaigns of 1803, 4, 5, and 6. Present at 
the sieges of Komona aud Gunowrie in 1808, and at Kalunga in 1814. Served the campaigns 
against the Pindarrees in 1817 and 18. 

188 Lieut.Colonel Van der Meulen served in the Peninsula from May 1809 to Aug. 1811, and 
again from Sept. 181-2 to the end of the war, including the battles of Talavera (severely wounded), 
Busaco, Albnheia (severely wounded). Vittoria, Pyrenees (severely wounded 2Sth July), Nivelle, 
Orthes, and Toulouse, besides various min^ engagements and skirmishes. 

18'J Lord Adolphus Vane Tempest served with the Scots Fusilier Guards at the siege and fall 
of Sebastopol from Nov. 1854 (Medal and Cla=p, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

190 Lt.Colonel Ward serve i with the 91st Regt. in the Kaffir war of 1816-47 (Medal). 

191 Lt.Colonel A. Watson served during the suppression of the Rebellion in the Kandian 
Provinces, Island of Ceylon, in 1848, and was present when the insurgents were defeated at 
Matole on the 29th July. 

192 Lieut.Colonel W.Watson served in the American war with the 41st Regt., and has received 
the War Melal with one Clasp for Fort Detroit. 

193 Lieut Colonel Waugh served the Mahratta campaign with the IGth Lancers, including the 
battle of Maharajpore (Medal), 29th Dec. 1843; also as Assist. Quarter Master General to Sir 
Harry Smith during the campaign of the Sutlej (Medal and one Clasp), including the battles of 
Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon (wounded). 

194 Lt.Colonel Webster served the campaign of 1815 with the 44th Regt. and was severely 
wounded at Quatre Bras. 

196 Lieut Colonel Whannell served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 in Germany and Holland, 
including the attacks on Merxem, bombardment of the French fleet at Antwerp, and the attack 
on Bergen-op-Zoom. 

197 Lieut.Colonel G. F. White served the campaign on the Sutlej in 1845-6, with the SlstRegt., 
including the battles of Moodkee and Ferozeshah, for which he has received the Medal and one 
Cla^p. He was afterwards present at Buddiwal. 

193 Lt.Col. T. White served with the 32nd Regt. in Canada during the rebellion in 1837-38, 
and was pesent at the action of St. Eustache. 

199 Lt.Colonel Wilkie served the campaign of 1799 in Holland; at the blockade and sur- 
render of Malta in 1800; capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806; siege and storming 
Monte Video, and attack on Buenos Ayies. Landed in Portugal with Sir Arthur Wellesley, and 
served the subsequent campaign with Sir John Moore. Operations against Flushing in 1809. 
Campaign of 1815. He has the War Medal with three Clasps for Roleia, Vimiera, and Corunna. 

200 Lieut.Colonel Wilkins served in Ireland during the Rebellion in 1798, and wns wounded 
at New Ross. Landed with the fnrce that occupied Madeira in 1801. From thence proceeded 
to the West Indies, where he was employed on the Staff. In 1809 joined the 95tli Regt., now the 
Eifle Briga<le, and cml)arked with the corps on the Scheldt expedition. In 1810 conimanrled a 
detachment of the regiment in the defence of C;idiz, and a battalion in 1812 at the battle of Sala- 
manca. Accompanied the army to Madrid, and aided in covering the retreat into Purtugal. In 
1813 advanced with the army to within range of the guns of Burgos, when the enemy abandoned 
the f<irtress. Was present at the battle of Vittoria, and in several minor affairs in following the 
retreating army to Pampeluna and San Sebastian. Volunteered bis services at the storming of the 



iVar Services of Retired Majors. lljh 

latter, but the honour being subsequently claimed by a senior officer, he resumod the command o^ 
the '2nd Battalion, and was slinrply enyraged with the enemy at tlic Bridge of Vera, ii-ervtd in tho 
ciinipBi;jrn of I8I0, including the advance on the Kith June, retreat on the 17th, and was in tho 
command of the before-named battalion on the field of Waterloo, when, by a discharye of f^rapo- 
shot from the enemy's artillery, both himself and horse were felled to the ground. In 1817 he 
joined the Army of Occupation in Franco, but, from the serious eflects of iiis wound, was compelled 
to return to Kugland. He lias received the Gold Medal for Salamanca, and the Silver War Medal 
with two Clasps for Vittoria and the Pyrenees. 

'201 Lt.Colonel G. D. Wilson served with tho 4tli Regt.ou the expedition to the Holder in 1709, 
and was i)rcscnt in the actions of the '2nd and Gth October. Siege of Coj)enhageii in 1807. Expedi- 
tion, first to Sweden and afterwards to the Peninsula, under Sir John Moore, including the retreat 
through S]>ain, and battle of Corunna (wounded). Accompanied it to Walcheren in 1809. 
Joined the army at the Lines of Torres Vedras in 1810, and was afterwards present in the pursuit 
of Masscna, action of Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, action at Barba del Puerco, storming of 
Badajoz (severely wounded ). Aide de Camp to Major General Pringlo at the battle of Salamanca, 
capture of Madrid and the Retiro, siege of Burgos and retreat therefrom, affair of Villa Muriel, 
battles of the Mvelle, the Nive, and St. Pierre, Orlhes, and St. Palais. Served also the campaign 
of 1815; commanded the 4th Hegt. at the battle of Waterloo, and was wounded. He hnsreceivcd 
tho Gold Medal for Badajoz, and the Silver War Medal with six Clasps for Corunna, Fuentes 
d'Onor, Salamanca, Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive. 

'2t)-2 Lieut. Colonel Ciiarles T. Wilson served the Eastern campaign of 1854 with the Coldstream 
Guards, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkermau,and siego of Sebaatopol (Medal 
and Clasps). 

'203 Lt. Colonel Wilton commanded the Fort of Loodianah during the early part of the 
Sutlej campaign, and was subsequently present with the 60th Rcgt. in the battle of Aliwal, 
where he was severely burnt by an explosion of one of the enemy's tumbrils; and battle of 
Sobraon, where he was very severely wounded, having received a shot in the hip, and three 
severe sabre wounds in the left shoulder, right arm broken (Medal and one Clasp). Served the 
Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, at the latter ia 
command of the right wing of the 50th throughout that day, being detached to support the 
1st Division, and commanded the Regt. at the fall of Sebaatopol (Medal and three Clasps, CB., 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian Medal, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

'204 Lieut. Colonel the Honoui~able C. A. Wrottesley served with the ICth Lancers at the 
siege of Bhurtpore in 1825-(). 

205 Lieut.Coloncl Wyndham received two severe wounds at Waterloo, on the 18th June. 

206 Lieut.Colonel Yale has received a Medal for the battle of Albuhera. 

JFar Services of the Majors who have Retired from the Service. 

1 Major Adair served with the 27th Begt. in Sicily in 1810 and 11 ; in the Peninsula and 
France from 1812 to the close of that war in 1814, including the taking of Alcoy, covering the 
retreiit from Biar, battle of Castalla, siege and subsequent blockade of Tarragona, and actions at 
Villa Franca. Subsequently in Flanders and France, including the occupation of Paris in 1815. 

2 Major Amsinck served with the 27th Regt. in the Kaffir war of 1834-35 (Medal). 

3 Major Anderson served with the Slst throughout the Burmese war of 1852-53; on board 
the E. i. C. steam frigate Fcrooz during the naval action and destruction of the enemy's stock- 
ades on the Rangoon River; during the succeeding three days' operations in the vicinity, and at 
the storm and capture of Rangoon (Medal and Clasp); commanded the Regiment from Dec. 
1852, until its embarkation for England in April 1854. 

5 Major Austin served in the Peninsula from Oct. 1811 to April 1812, including the siego and 
ftorm of Ciudad Rodrigo, for which he has received the War Medal with one Clasp. Campaign 
of 1814 in Holland, including the taking of the fortified village of Merxem. Campaign of 1816, 
including the battle of Waterloo. 

7 General Bacon served in tho Peninsula with the IGth Lancers from February 1813 to the 
end of that war in 1814, and was present at the battle of the Pyrenees on tho 28th July, with the 
covering party during the siege of San Sebastian, the different afiairs on the Bidassoa and 
pa.-sage of that river, battle of the Nivelle, actions of the 9th, lOih, 11th, 12th. and 13th Dec. 
consequent on the passage of the Nive, passage of the Adour, besides various minor affairs (War 
Medal with two Clasps). Served the campaign of 1815 with tiie 10th Hussars, including the 
battle of Quatrc Bras, retreat on tho 17th June, and battle of Waterloo, at which he was severely 
wounded in the last charge, and had two Imrses shot. In 1832 he was ajipoiuted Colonel Com- 
mandant of the Portuguese Cavalry : during the siege of Oporto, overcoming many difficulticg 
and daily exposed to fire, he formed that Regiment of Lancers which rendered so many important 
services ; was promoted General on the field of battle at Loures 12th Oct. 1833, by the Emperor 
Dom Pedro in person, and he retained command of the Cavalry until the termination of the war, 
having taken part in nearly all tlie battles, sorties, and other operations. For wpecial services 
was creaieil at different periods a Knight, an Officer, and a Knight Commander of the Tower and 
Sword, and has tlie Portuguese Cross. 

8 Sir David Baird served with the 74th Highlanders throughout the Kaffir warof 1851 -53 (Medal). 

9 Major F. W. Balfour served with tho 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade in the Eastern canii)aign 
of 1654-55, including the assault of the Redan on the 8th Sept., and siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Clasp and Brevet Major). 

11 Major Bamstoa served with the 65th Rcgt. in the Eastern campaign of 1864-65, including 



J 1 7^ War Services of Retired Majors, 

the battles of Alma and Inkerman (severely wounded), siege of Sebastopol and sortie of 26th 
October (Medal and Clasps, and Knight of the Legion of Honor). 

1" Major Bayley served with the 52nd Lt. Inf. at the defeat of the Sealkote mutineers on the 
banks of the Ravee on the 12th and 16th July 1857 ; also at the siege of Delhi, and commanded 
and led the storming party of the 3rd Column at the assault of the Cashmere Gate on I4th 
Sept. where he was severely wounded (Brevet of Major, Medal and Clasp). 

13 'Lord George Beauclerk served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimea from 7th July 1855, 
including the battle of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

14 Major Bere served with the 16th Lancers during the campaign in Affghanistan, under Lord 
Keane, and was present at the siege and capture of Ghuznee (Medal); and he commanded the 
party of the 16th Lancers, under Brigadier Cureton, sent to seize the guns and secure the posses- 
sion of the citadel of Cabool,andwas appointed at Cabool Assistant Adjutant General of Cavalry, 
and continued so until the reduction of Lord Keane's army in the Provinces. Also the campaign on 
the Sutlej in 1846 (Medal), including the battles of Buddiwal, Aliwal (wounded), and Sobraon. 

15 Major Best served with the 34th Regt. at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from 10 Aug. 1855, 
and assault of the Redan on the 8tli Sept. (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in 
the Indian campaign in 1857-58, and was present at the affair of Pandoo Nuddee on 26tli Nov. 
and subsequent operations at Cawnpore under General Wmdham, also at the storm and capture 
of Meangunge and siege and capture of Lucknow (Brevet of Major, Medal and Clasp). 

17 Major Bethune served with the 92nd Highlanders in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, and 
was present at the acHons of Rajghur, Mungrowlie, and Sindwaho, and affairs of Kurai and 
Burode (twice mentioned in despatches. Medal, and Brevet of Major). 

18 Major Bligh served with the 60th Rifles in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). 

19 Major Brady served the campaigns of 1813, 14, and 15, in the Peninsula, France, and 
Flanders, with the Royal Horse Guards, and was present at the battles of the Nivelle, Nive, 
Bayonne, Orthes, Toulouse, and Waterloo, at which last he was severely wounded, and had a 
horse shot under him. 

21 Major Briggs served with the 1st Dragoon Guards in the Crimea from 10th August 1855, 
including the battle of the Tchernaya and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

23 Major Burslem served the campaigns of 1838, 39, and 40 in Affghanistan, with the 13th, 
and was present at the storm and capture of Ghuznee (Medal), assault and capture of the town 
and fortress of Tootumdurrah, storm of Joolghur, night attack at Baboo Koosh Gliur, destruction 
of Khardurrah, and assault of Perwandurrah. 

24 Major Cairnes served at the siege of Flushing in 1809, and at different periods in the Peninsula, 

25 Major Berkeley Calcott served the campaign of 1808-9 with the 43rd Regt., including the 
battle of Vimiera, the retreat under Sir John Moore, and the battle of Corunna. Expedition to 
Walcheren in 1809. Subsequently in the Peninsula, including the sieges and captures of Ciudad 
Eodrigo and Badajoz, battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle, Nive, and Toulouse. Expedition 
to New Orleans. Campaign of 1815, and was present at the capture of Paris. 

26 Major Caldecot served with the 39th Regt. in Malta and Sicily. Subsequently in the Penin- 
sular campaigns of 1813 and 14,including the battles of "Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle, and Nive, 
action at Garris, battles of Orthes and Toulouse. Served afterwards in Canada during the 
American war. 

28 Major Henry W. Campbell served with the 79th Highlanders throughout the Eastern 
campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, 
assault of the 18th Jan. and 8th Sept., expedition to Kertch and Yenikale (Medal and three 
Clasps, Brevet Major, and Knight of the Legion of Honor). 

29 Major Robert Campbell was employed on field service in India from August 1820 to March 
1825, including the siege of Kittoor. 

30 Major John C. Campbell served with a wing of the 13th Light Dragoons in the Kurnoul 
campaign in 1839. Served in the 9th Lancers in the Gwalior campaign in 1843, and was present 
at the battle of Punniar (Medal) ; in the Sutlej campaign in 1846 and present at the battle of 
Sobraon (Medal) ; and in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the passage of the Chenab 
at Ramnugger, and battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat — in the latter battle he commanded 
the left squadron 9th Lancers which successfully charged the Sikh and Affghan cavalry (Medal 
and Clasps). 

31 Major Campsie commanded two Companies of the Ceylon Rifles at Borilla in suppressing 
the RebeHiorjipf 1848 in Ceylon. 

32 Major Coats served with the 55th Regt. on the China Expedition in 1841-42 (Medal), in- 
cluding the attack and capture of Amoy, second capture of Chusan, and storming of Chin-Kiang- 
Foo. Served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and was severely wounded at the battle of Alma 
(Medal and Clasp, and mentioned in orders by Sir De Lacy Evans). 

33 Major Cochran served the campaigns of 1813 and 14 in Canada, including the action at 
Moravian Town. Also the campaign of 1824-5 in Ava, including the capture of Rangoon »nd 
Martaban, siege and capture of Denobia, battles of Prome and Pagahm Mew. Served the 
campaign of 1842 in Affghanistan, and commanded a column of attack in the action of the 
28lh April in the Pisheen Valley ; present also in the actions near Candahar, at Goaine, and 
before Ghuznee ; occupation and destruction of that fortress and of Cabool. Expedition into 
Kohistan, storm, capture, and destruction of Istaliff, and in the numerous minor affairs in and 
between the Bolan and the Khyber Passes. 

34 Major Hon. \Vm. Erskine Cochrane served with the 15th Hussars the campaign of 1808-9 
under Sir John Moore, and commanded a troop which attacked and defeated the French cavalry 
at Sahagun. In 1812 he accompanied his Regiment to Lisbon, and in the following year com- 
manded a squadron in the battle of Vittoria : he has received the War Medal with two Clasps. 



War Services of Retired Majors. Il7j 

Ho Major Wm. H. Cockbnrn wn^ detaclicd from Gibraltar for the defence of Taiifii in 1811 
and 1'2, when tlm French were dofeiited, leaving their puns behind ; served subsequently in tho 
Peninsula to the end of that wur in 1S14, and was present at the investment of Bayonne and 
repulse of the sortie. Embarked afterwards for America, where lie served until the termination 
of the war with the United States. 

3G Major Codd served with the 4Sth Rcgt. in the operations against the Rajah of Coorg in 18.34. 

37 Major Cook served with the 11th Hussars in the Eastern campaign of 1854 a'nd up to 
20th Aug. 18.Ja, including the affair of Bul^anak, battles of Alma, Balaklava (wounded), and 
liikerman, and sieije of Sebastopol (Medal and Cla'^ps). 

37t Major Cornwall served the Eastern campaign of 1854-5.3 with tho 93rd Highlanders, 
including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, capture of Balaklava, expedition to the Sea of 
Aznff and capture of Kertch and Yenikale ; afterwards present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, 
and assaults of the 18th June and 8tli Sept. — wounded in the trendies on the 3rd Au"-. 1853 
(Medal and three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkisii Medal). Also hi India 
during the mutiny, was present at the battle of Kudjwa (Brevet of Major, having commanded 
party 93rd engaged), relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde (commanded party which took tho Barracks), 
battle of Cawnpore on 4th Dee. 1657 (severely wounded), Oude campaign (Medal and Clasp). 

38 Major Cioker served as Assist. Quarter Master General in tho action at Zorapore near Kur- 
nool on the 18th October 1839 ; and also in a like capacity in the action at Maharajpore, 29th 
December 1843 (Modal). 

39 Major Cumberland served with the 42nd Highlanders the Eastern campaign up to 
l*t Feb. 1855, including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol; he 
succeeded to the command of the regiment a few days after Alma, and continued in the command 
until the 1st Feb. 1655 (Medal and three Clasps). 

40 Major Darell served with the 1st Batt. 60th Rifles during the second siege operations at 
Mooltan, including the siege and storm of the town and capture of the citadel of Mooltan. After- 
wards at the battle of Goojeiat (Medal), pursuit of the Sikh army under Rajah Shere Sing until 
its final surrender at Rawul Pindee, occupation of Attock and Peshawur, and expulsion of the 
Affiihan force under the Ameer Dost Mahomed beyond the Khyber Pass. 

41 Major Darroch served with the Royals in Canada during the Rebellion of 1837-8. He 
served also with the 62nd in the campaign on the Sutlcj (Medal), and was wounded at f croze- 
shah. Served with the 51st throughout the Burmese war of 1852-53 ; was on board the E. I. C. 
steam frigate Ferooz during the naval action ami destruction of the enemy's stockades on the 
Rangoon River; served during the succeeding three days' operations in the vicinity (including 
the storming of the Wiiite House Redoubt), and at the storm and capture of Rangoon ; also at the 
assault and capture of Bassein 19th May (wounded); and served as Deputy Assistant Qr.Master 
General at the taking of Pegu 21st November. 

43 Major Dillon served with the 32nd Regiment at Copenhagen in 1807 ; the campaign of 
1808-9 in Spain, including the battles of Rnleia and Vimiera, retreat to and battle of Corunna ; 
in 1809, Walcheren expedition, and siege and capture of Flushing; in 1812 was in support at 
the siege of Ciudad Rodrigo, and in the covering army at the siege and capture of Badajoz : he 
has received the War Medal with three Clasps. 

44 Sir Thomas Drake served with the 52nd Regt. in 1808, on the expedition to Sweden under 
Sir John Moore and on the retreat to Corunna ; in 1809, on the Walcheren expedition ; from 1809 
to 1812 inclusive, in the Peninsula, and was present in the action at Sabugal, battle of Fuentes 
d'Onor, siege and assault of Ciudad Rodrigo, and affair ©f San Munos — severely wounded (War 
Medal with two Clasps). 

45 Major Duff served with the 23rd Fusiliers in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the 
siege of Sebastopol and battle of Inkerraan where he was taken prisoner (Medal and Clasps, and 
5tli Class of the Medjidie). 

46 Major Elmsall served with the 1st Dragoons the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the 
battle of Balaklava (severely wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, Brevet 
Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

47 Lord Errnll served with the Rifle Brigade in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and was 
severely wounded at the battle of Alma (Medal and Clasp, Brevet Major, 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

48 Major Hon. Keith-Falconer served three years as a Midshipman, and was wounded in the 
boat action of H. M. S. President and Eurydice against the Arab pirates in the river Aiigozha, 
east coast of Africa, 23 Nov. 1847. Served the Eastern campaign of 1854-65 as Aide de Camp to 
Sir Richard England, including the battles of lukerman and Tchcrnaya, and siege of Sebastopol ; 
was also with the Light Cavalry Brigade at Eupatoria (Medal and Clasps, Sardinian Medal, 
5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkisii Medal). 

49 Major Fane served the campaign in Affghanistan, and was present at the storm and capture 
of Ghuznee (Medal). 

50 Major Fletcher served with the 44tli Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1845-55, including the 
battles of .\lma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, attack and occupation of the Ceme- 
tery on the 18th June (Medal and Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian Medal, 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

51 Major Fortyth served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Balaklava 
and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, capture of the Quarries, attack on the Redan on the 18th 
June (with the storming column), and on tho 8th Sept. ; also at Kinbourn (Medal and Clasps, 
Brevet Major, Knight of the Legion of Honour, and Sardinian Medal). 

52 Major Fox served in the Peninsula with the Royals, and was present at the battles of 
Corunna and Fuentes d'Onor, for which he haa received the War Medal with two Clasps. 

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2i7Jfc ^«** Services of Retired Majors. 

53 Major Frampton was present with the 50th Regt. in the battle of Punniar (Medal). Served 
the campaign on the Sutlej (Medal and two Clasps), including the battles of Moodkee, Feroze- 
shah and Aliwal, in which last he was dangerously wounded, and had his arm amputated. 
Served tlie Eastern campaign until taken prisoner in the trenches before Sebastopol on the 22nd 
Dec. 1854, having been present at the battles of Alma and Inkerman (wounded),— Medal and 
Clasps, and Knight of the Legion of Honor), 

56 Major Gavin served with the 16th Lancers during the campaign in Aflfghanistan under 
Lord Keane, including the siege and capture of Ghuznee (Medal). He was also present at the 
battle of Maharajpore, 9th Dec, 1843 (Medal). 

67 Major Cell served in the Peninsula in the 29th, and succeeded to the command of the 
Regt. at the battle of Albuhera, for which he has received the Gold Medal. 

58 Major Godley served with the 28th Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to 5th July 
1855, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and affair in the Cemetery 

severely wounded (Medal and three Clasps, Brevet Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 

Medal). 

59 Major Gordon served at the capture of the Isle of France in 1810, and of Java in 1811, and 
was wounded at the assault of Fort Cornelius. Served also at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore. 

60 Major Gore served with the 7th Drag. Guards against the Insurgent Boers in South Africa 
in 1845, also throughout the Kaffir war of 1846-7 (Medal). Served with the 53d Regt. during 
the Indian campaign of 1857-68, including the action of Khiijwah, relief of Lucknow by Lord 
Clyde, battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec. and pursuit of the Gwalior Contingent to Serai Ghat, action 
of Khodagunge and entry into Futteghur, afifairof Shumshabad, storm and capture of Meangunge, 
siege and'capture of Lucknow, and affair of Koorsie (Medal and Clasps). 

61 Major Graham served with the 42nd Highlanders. Served the Eastern campaign from 
Dec. 1854, including the expedition to Kertch, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assault upon the 
outworks 18th Juue (Medal and Clasp, and Brevet-Major). 

62 Major Grant served with the 14th Regiment in the Nepaul war in 1815; at the siege and 
capture of the Fortress of Hattras in March 1817 ; in the Deccan and Pindarree campaigns in 
1817 and 1818 under Lord Hastings, and commanded the Light Company when it was attached 
to a Flank Battalion in 1818. Was present with the 14th Regiment, at the siege and capture of 
Bhurtpore, and commanded the Grenadier Company when it led the right storming column on the 
day of the assault, 18th January 1826 (Medal and Clasp). 

63 Major Grehan served with the Queen's Royals throughout the campaign in Affghanistan 
and Beloochistan under Lord Keane, and was present at the storm and capture of Ghuznee 
(Medal) and of Khelat. 

64 Major Grubbe served with the 43rd Lt. Inf. in the Peninsula during the latter part of 1812, 
and was in action on the 16th Nov. on retreat from Burgos. Was also at New Orleans. 

66 Major Wm. Henry Hare accompanied the expedition under Sir David Baird to Corunna, 
and waspresent throughout the retreat, and at the battle of Corunna. In Aug. 1809 embarked 
with the expedition to Walcheren, and was at the siege and capture of Flushing. Served in the 
Peninsular campaigns of 1811, 12, 13, and 14; and finally at the battle of Waterloo and capture 
of Cambray. 

68 Major Herbert served with the 39th Regt. at the action of Maharajpore on the 29th Dec. 
1843 (slightly wounded). 

69 Major J. M. Home served the campaign of 1814 in Upper Canada with the 104th Regt. 

70 Major Hopkins served with the 43rd Light Infantry during the campaign in Denmark in 
1807, including the siege and surrender of Copenhagen, and battle of Kioge. In 1808 landed at 
Corunna with Sir David Baird's expedition, and joining the army of Sir John Moore was in the 
various operations until the retreat. In 1809, landed in Portugal with the Light Division, and 
was at the defending of the passage of the Tagus at Almaraz ; in 1810 was engaged in several 
affairs between Almeida and Ciudad Rodrigo, action of the Coa (severely wounded), battle of 
Busaco, and various skirmishes; in 1811 engaged at Pombal, Redinha, Condeixa, Miranda de 
Coorg, Sabugal, and battle of Fuentes d'Onor; in 1812, was present during both the sieges and 
storming of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, commanding a Company at the assault of the breaches 
of each ; present at the reduction of the forts of Salamanca, action at Castrajon, battle of Sala- 
manca, and surrender of the Retiro in Madrid; in 1813, action of San Millan, battle of Vittoria, 
action with the enemy's rearguard on entering the Pyrenees, operations therein, action at the 
bridge of Yanzi, and attack of the heights of Santa Barbara ; present also at the storm and 
capture of Saint Sebastian, Served in the campaign of 1815 and was at the capture of Paris. 
Has the War Medal with seven Clasps, and was twice severely wounded. 

72 Major Button served with the 4th Light Dragoons. Served the Eastern campaign of 1854, 
Including the battles of Alma and Balaklava (severely wounded in both thighs), and siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

73 Major R. Inglis served with the 18th Royal Irish in the Crimea in 1854-55, including the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol, assault and capture of the Cemetery on the 18th June (Medal and 
Clasp and Brevet Major), 

74 Major W, Inglis served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Bala- 
klava and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol, for which he obtained Brevet rank as Major (Medal 
and Clasps). 

76 Colonel Jacks served the campaign in Naples under Sir James Craig in 1805, and that in 
Sicily and Calabria under Sir John Stuart in 1806 ; in 1809 he was at the taking of the Islands 
of Isdua and Procida in the Bay of Naples. Subsequently he served on the Eastern Coast of 
Spain, and was present at the actions of Alcoy, Biar, Castalla, Villafranca, and various other 
affairs. In 1814 ho was at the capture of Genoa. In 1835 he raised the 2nd Lancers of the 



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British Legion under Sir De Lacy Evans, and was present In the various actions and other 
desultory operations of the Legion in Spnin. For his services there he has received from the 
Spanish Government three Crosses of the Military Order of St. Ferdinand (one conferred on 
the Held of battle), and the Commandership of Isabel tiie Catholic ; also the rank of Colonel in 
the Spanish Army. 

76 Major Jackson served in the Sutlcj campaign in 184G with the IGth Lancers, and waa 
present at the affair of Buddiwal, and in the actions of Aliwal and Sobraon ( Medal and Clasp). 

77 Major Judge accompanied the 27th Itegt. on the expedition to Hanover in 1805. Joined 
the army in Sicily in 1806, and was employed with it, in a Grenadier battalion, during its various 
operations, in ISiO. Sailed with tho force for Naples, and was present at the capture of Ischia 
and Procida in 1809. Returned to Sicily, and appointed l^eputy Assistant Quarter Master 
General; employed against the French anny in 1811. Served with that department during 
1812 and 13 at the battle of Castalla, twice in active sicire before Tan-agona, in the affair at Villa 
Franca, and the pass of Balagucr. Hejoined the ^/tli llcgiraent, and sailed from Bourdeaux for 
Canada ; present at the battle of Plattsburg, and tho severely-contested passage of the Saranac. 

78 Major Henry Kean served with the 25th Regiment at the capture of Madeira in 1807 j 
after which he proceeded to tlie West Indies, where ho was employed on the staff for upwards of 
ten years. He was at the taking of nearly all the West India Islands which were captured from 
1809 to 1815, and was frequently mentioned in Dispatches: he has received the War Medal 
with two Clasps. 

79 Lord Keane served on the late General Lord Keane's staff during the campaign in 
Affghanisfan and Beloochistan, and was present at the assault and capture of Ghuznce, for which 
he lias received a Modal. 

80 Major Ruck Keene served the campaigns in Indiaof 1857-58 as Major in the 2nd Dr. Gds., 
and was present at the siege and capture of Lucknow, and subsequent operations (twice men- 
tioned in flespatches, Jledal and Claspl. 

81 Lord Killeen served with the 8th Hussars in the Crimea, from 19th November 1854, 
including the expedition to Kertch, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

82 Major Lawrie served in tlie Crimea with the 18th Royal Irish from .30tli Dec. 1854, and 
was present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, assault and capture of the Cemetery on the I8th 
June (Modal and Clasp, Bi'evet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

83 Major Leslie served the campaign of 1814 in Canada; also, with the 72nd Highlanders, 
the KatKr campaign of 1834-35 (Medal). 

83t Major Lockyer served in the Kandian war in Ceylon in 1815-16. 

84 Major Longmore served in the Peninsula with the Royal Staff Corps, and has the War 
Medal with four Clasps for Badajoz, Nivelle, Nive, and Toulouse. 

85 Major Lovett served in the 98th Regt. with the expedition to the North of China in 1842 
(Medal), and was present at the attack and capture of Chin-Kiang-Foo, and at the landing before 
Nankin. 

86 Major M'Murdo served with the 8th Hussars at the siege of Hattras in 1817, and after- 
wards in the Pindaree war. 

87 Major Magonis served with the 90th Light Infantry at the siege and fall of Sebastopol ; 
commanded a party of tho Regt. at the taking of the Rifle Pits on the 19th April 1855, and was 
of the storming party at the assault of the Redan on the 8th Sept. (mentioned in Dispatches, 
Medal and Clasp, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Also during the Indian campaign of 1857-58, 
— present with Havelock's Column at the actions of the 21st and 23rd Sept., relief and subse- 
quent defence of Lucknow, defence of the Alumbagh under Oufram, and fall of Lucknow (Brevet 
of Major, Medal and Clasp). 

88 Major Manley served with the Gth Dragoons the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including 
the battles of Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal an4 
Clasps, and Brevet Major). 

89 Major A. L. Marsh served the Eastern campaign of 1854-5, with the 55th Regt., including 
the battles of Alma and Inkerman (succeeded to the command of the Regt.) and siege of Sebas- 
topol ( Medal and Clasps). 

90 Major Robert Marsh served with the 24th Regt. in the Peninsula from Aug. 1812 to the 
end of that war in 1814, and was present at the battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nivelle 
(wounded), and Orthes, for which he has the War Medal with four Clasps. Served also the 
Nepaul campaign of 1815-10, and the Mahratta campaign of 1817-18. 

91 Major John Massy served with the 48th Regt. the campaign against the Rajah of Coorg in 
April 1834. 

92 Major Matson joined the force in New Zealand under Colonel Despard in August 1845, and 
served as Acting Deputy Quartermaster General, and was present at the assault and capture of 
Kawiti's Pah, at Ruapekapeka on tho 11th Jan. 1846. 

93 Major Mercer served in the 89th Regiment at the siege of Sebastopol, from the 15th 
December 1854 to the 7th July 18.S5, including the attack of the 18th June. Was severely 
contused in the head on tho night of the 13th April when in command of a working party, iu 
the trenches (Medal and Clasp and Brevet|Major). 

94 Major Meredith served in the Peninsula from Nov. 1813 to June 1814, and was actively 
emidoyed from the Pyrenees to the battle of Toulouse, at which he was present. Served in Canada 
in 1814 and 15 ; present at capture of Rangoon, May 1824. He has received the War Medal with 
one Clasp for Toulouse. 

95 Major Minter served in the Kandian campaigns of 1817 and 18 under Sir Robert Brown- 
rigj, and in the Burman Empire under Sir Archibald Campbell. 



118 War Services of Retired Majors. 

96 Major J. P. Mitford served on the Staff throughout the war in China (Medal), and was 
present at the operations before Canton, and at the investment of Nankin. 

97 Major D. A. Monro served with the 12th Lancers in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). 
Also in the Crimea from 9th May to 9th Sept. 1855 (Medal and Ciasp for Sebastopol, and Turkish 
Medal). 

98 Major Moubray served in the Punjaub campaign (Medal). Also in the Indian campaign of 
1857-58, including the action of Khujwah (wounded), relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battle of 
Cawnpore on 6th Dec. and pursuit of the Gwalior Contingent to Serai Ghat, action of Khoda- 
gunge and entry into Futtegliur, and affair of Shumshabad (Medal and Clasp). 

99 Major Mundell served in New Zealand with a detachment of tlie 96th Regt. throughout 
the operations against the hostile natives, in 1845-46. He served on the Staff of the army in the 
Crimea in 1856 as D.A.Q.M. General, and was present at the fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp 
and Turkish Medal). 

101 Major Charles Murray served in the Kandian War in Ceylon in 1817-18. 

102 Major William Murray served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimea, from the 30th June 
1855, including the battle of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp and 
Brevet Major). 

103 Major Nash served in the American war with the 103rd Regt., and was present at the action 
of Lundy's Lane, storming of Fort Erie, 15th Aug. 1814,— severely wounded in the leg by a 
musket-ball, and afterwards blown up by the explosion of a powder-magazine; present also in 
the action at Chippewa. 

104 Major Nasmyth served at the defence of Silistria in May and June 1854; and afterwards 
in the Crimean campaign of the same year, including the battle of Alma and siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Clasps) ; he has also a Gold Medal awarded him by the Turkish Government, for his 
services with the Turkish Army in the campaign on the Danube in 1854. 

105 Major O'Leary served in 1811, 12, and 13, in the Peninsula, including the siege of Ciudad 
Rodrigo, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, siege of Burgos, and retreat from thence. 
Served in the Nepaul war, and was severely wounded in taking the heights of Harriapore, 1st 
March 1816. Served in the Mahrattawar in 1817 and 18; and also in China, at Amoy, Chusan, 
and Chinhae, including the repulse of the night-attack; and was Brigade Major to Colonel P. 
Craigie at these places, and afterwards Brigade Major to the Chusan Field-force from its forma- 
tion in Nov. 1842, under the command of Sir James Schoedde, until the return of the 55th Regt. 
to England in 1844. He has received the Silver War Medal with two Clasps for Ciudad Rodrigo 
and Salamanca; the Medal for service in India; and also the one for China. 

106 Major Ogle served the campaign in Affghanistan under General Pollock, and was wounded 
in forcing tlie Khyber Pass, 5th April 1842. He has the Medal for the re-capture of Cabool. 

107 Major Orr served with the 7th Fusiliers at the siege and capture of Copenhagen in 1807 ; 
at the siege of Martinique in 1809 ; and in the Peninsula from 1810, including the battle of 
Albuhera (severely wounded by a musket-ball in the leg), passage of the Eslar and the Ebro, 
action of Osma, battle of V^ittoria, investment of Pampeluna (wounded in the breast by a musket- 
ball), action at the Pass of Roncesvalles, battle of the Pyrenees, passage of the Bidassoa, battles 
of the Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes, besides various minor actions and skirmishes : he has received 
the War Medal with eight Clasps. 

108 Major Paynter served with the 1st Dragoon Guards in the Crimea from Aug. 1855, in- 
cluding the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and battle of the Tchernaya (Medal and Clasp). 

109 Major Phillips served the Eastein campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Balaklava 
(horse shot), Inkernian, and Tchernaya, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and three Clasps, and 
Turkish Medal). Served inRajpootana in 1858-59, was present at the capture nf Kotah, and com- 
manded a Squadron of the 8th Hussars in Brigadier Honner's pursuit of the Rebels and at their 
defeat at Koorsliana (mentioned in despatches. Medal and Clasp). 

110 Major Hon. E. S. Plunkett served at the sitge of Sebastopol from 10th Dec. 1854 to July 
1855, including the capture of the QuaiTies on 7th June, and present in the trenches during the 
attack of the Redan on the 18th June (Medal and Clasp, Brevet Major, and Turkish Medal); 
has also the 4th Class of the Medjidie for service in the late Osmanli Horse Artillery. Served 
in 1858 at the siege and capture of Awah (mentioned in dispatches), and Kotah, battle of 
Kota ka Seria, and general action resulting in the capture of Gwalior (Medal and Clasp). 

111 Major Pollock served with the Light Brigade of Sir John Moore's army in the North of 
Spain and on the retreat to Corunna. Accompanied his Regiment (the 43rd) to Lisbon, and 
joined Sir Arthur Wellesiey's army at Talavera the day alter tlie battle, and was present in the 
action near Almeida on the Coa, battle of Busaco. actions of Pomhal, Redinha, Miranda de Corvo, 
Foz d'.'Vrouce, and Siibugal ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, siege and storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, 
Biege and storming of Badajoz. and was severely wounded at the assault. 

112 Major the Hon. Charles Powys, prior to entering the army, served five years and three 
months in the Royal Navy, and was present in H.M.S. Blonde at the taking of the Morea Castle, 
in tlie Gulf of Lepanto, in 1828. He served with the 9tli Lancers in the campaign of 1848-9 in 
the Punjaub, including the passage of the Chenab at Ramnuggur, and battles of Chillianwallah 
and Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

114 Major Rawlinson served with the expedition to Egypt in 1807 ; at the taking of the island 
of Zante, 1809; and at the siege of Santa Maura, 1810. 

115 Major Henry Reid served at Cadiz from March 1813 to the end of the war. Served also in 
the American war, including the affair at Hampden. 

116 Major Robertson served the campaign of Java, including the investment and storming of 
Fort Comelis, storming the heights of Serendole, investment and storming of Djocjocarta, where 



War Sei-vices of Retired Majors. 119 

he was severely wouiided througli tlio thiRli. riesent at tho quelling of the iiismrection at Pro- 
bolingo, where his brotlier officers, Lieut. Colonel Fraser and Captain M'Pherson, were killed. 
Served also in Flanders in 1815. 

117 Major Uocke served with the 49th Rcgt. the Eastern camiiait^n of 18.>4-5.j, including 
the battles of Alma and Inkernian, siege and fall of Sebastopol and sortie of 2Gth October 
(Medal and Clasjis and Hr»»vet of Major). 

lit) Major Sliuckt>uij;li served wiih tlio Scots Fusilier Guards the Eastern campaign to 
November 1S54, ineludinp; tho battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (severely wounded), 
and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

liO Major Smith served in the Crimean eanip.iifiii in ISiri, including the eajifure of Tchorgaun 
and siege of St^bastopol (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

121 Major Stocks served with tho Ist Dragoons in the Crimea from 6th Oct. 1854, and was 
present at the battles of Balaklava, Inkerman, an<l Tcliornaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

123 Major Stuart served at the siege and capture of Kittoor in the East Indies in Dec. 1824. 

124 .Major Studdert served with the 9th Lancers at the battle of I'unniar on 29th Dec. 1843 
(Medal). 

120 Mojor Sykos served with the 48th Regt. at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from 2l8t 
April 1855 (Medal and Clasp, Brevet of .Major, and 6lh Class of the Medjidie). 

128 Major Thellusson served with the Coldstream Guards at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from 
2nd May 1855 (Medal and Clasp. Brevet of Major, and 5lh Class of the Medjidie). 

129 Major Warry served with tho 34th Regt. at the siege of Sebastopol from Feb. to 30lh July 
1855, and was severely contused in the trenches on the 18th June (Medal and Clasp, Brevet 
Major, and Turkish Medal). 

130 Major Way served with the 29th Regiment throughout the Punjaub campaign in 1848-9 
(Medal), including the passage of the Chenab, and battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat. 

131 Major Webb served with the Rifle Brigade during the campaigns of 1814 and 15 in 
Holland, the Netherlands, and France, including both the actions at i^Ierxcni, bombardment of 
Antwerp, and battle of Waterloo, at which last he was slightly wounded. 

132 JIajor Weyland served the campaigns iu Upper Canada from 1812 to 1815, including the 
actions at Fort George and Stoney Creek, at which last he was severely wounded. 

133 Major Whitney served with the 2nd Battalion 44th Regt. in the Peninsula, and was 
severely wounded on crossing the Mondego (Medal). Went with the expedition to Holland in 
1814, and was at both actions of Merxem, bombardment of the French Fleet at Antwerp, and 
storming of Bergen-op-Zoom, where he was severely wounded and taken prisoner, leading the 
storming party, when planting the colors on the ramparts. Served the campaign of 1815, and 
was dangerously wounded wliile carrying the colors at the battle of Quatre Bras, and severely by 
a bayonetat Waterloo (Medal) ; was also at the capture of Paris. Served during the Burmese war, 
including storm and capture of stockades at Ramoo, Ramree, the intrenched positions on 
the Padway mountains and at Mahatty, led the storming party at the stockades on the heights 
of Aracan and at tho siege and capture of Aracan (Medal). 

134 Major Wilkinson served with the 13th Regt. throughout the Burmese war, including the 
landing at Cheduba, storming the stockade, and capture of the island; affair at Kumaroot, 
storming seven stockades at Kumaroot, attack and capture of Syriam, actions near Rangoon, on 
the 1st, 5th, and 7th Dec. 1824; storming of Kokien (wounded) ; expedition to Bassein, and capture 
Negrais, Bassein, and Lamina ; actions at Sembike and Nadadee, storming of Melloon, andbuttleof 
of Pa'.'ahin Mew. He also served tlirouu'hout the campaiirns in .\ffglianistan from 1838 to 1842 
inclusive, including the expedition to Giri^hk, storm and capture of Ghuznee ( Medal), storming 
of the Khoord Cabool Pass, affair of Tezeen, forcing the Jugdullnck Pass, reduction of the fort of 
Mamoo Khail, heroic defence of Jellalabad, and sorties on the 14th Nov. and 1st Dec. 1841, 11th 
March, 24th March, and 1st April 1842 ; general action and defeat of Akbar Khan before Jella- 
labad on the 7th April 1842 (Medal), in which action he commanded the centre column after the 
fall of Colonel Dennie. Commanded the 13th Regt. in storming the heights of Jugdulluek, in the 
general action of Tezeen, and at the recapture of Cabool (Medal), for which he has received the 
Companionship of the Bath. 

135 Major Wing served with the 95th Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
battle of Alma (severely wounded) and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, Brevet Major, and 
Sardinian Medal). 

13G Major H. O. Wood served the Peninsular campaign of 1814, including the investment of 
Bayonne. 

i37 Major J. J. Wood served with the 18th Hoyal Irish iu the Burmese war of 1852 (Medal). 
Served with the 82nd Regiment at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from 2nd Sept. 1855 (Medal 
and Clasp). 

138 Major Yard served in the 32nd Regt. at the first and second siege operations before 
Mooltan, including the attack on the enemy's position in front of the advanced trenches on 
12th Sept. 1848, the action of Soorjkoond, storm and capture of the city, and surrender of the 
fortress; also present at the surrender of the fort and garrison of Cheniote, and at the battle of 
Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). 



120 



General Ojffieers of HM.'s Indian Forces, 



aENEEAL OFFICERS OF HER MAJESTY'S INDIAN FORCES. 



GENERALS. 

Sir James Lilynian Caldwell, OCB. Mad. Eng. 20 June 54 

James Welsh, Madras Infantry do 

Eichard Podmore, Madras Infantry do 

Sir Robert Houstoun, KCB. Bengal Cavalry... do 

George Rees Kemp, Bombay Infantry do 

John Alex. Paul Macsregor, Bengal Inf do 

Sir Wm. Richards, KCB. Bengal Inf. do 

Jerry Francis Dyson, Bombay Infantry do 

Alexander Fair, CB. Madras Infantry do 

William Gilbert, Bombay Infantry do 

James Ahmuty, Bengal Artillery 15 Sept. 55 

Mossem Boyd, Bengal Infantry 9 April 56 

Henry George Andi-ew Taylor, CB. Mad. Inf. 23 Sept. 57 
Brook Bridges Parlby, CB. Madras Infantry 13 Oct. 57 

John Truscolt, Bengal Infantry 27 Jan. 58 

Edw. Meliau GuUifer Showers, Madras Art... 4 Mar. 

Patrick Cameron, Madras Cavalry 24 Oct. 

George Jackson, Madras Infantry 13 Mar. 59 

George Swiney, Bengal Artillery 15 May 

5ir George Pollock, GCB. do 17 May 

Alexander Lindsay, CB. Bengal Artillery 11 Sept. 69 

James Stewart Fraser, Madras Infantry , £ June 60 

Peter De la Motte, CB. Bombay Cavalry 16 June 

Edward Frederick, CS.lBombay Infantry ... 26 June 
George Benjamin Brooks, do 30 Aug. 

LIEUTENANT-GENERALS. 

Peter Lodwick, Bombay Infantry 11 Nov. 51 

Suetonius Henry Todd, Bengal Infantry do 

John Briggs, Madras Infantry do 

Henry Thomson, Bengal Cavalry do 

Charles William Hamilton, Bengal Infantry... do 

Edmund Frederick Waters, CB. do do 

Richard Collyer Andree, do do 

George Mackenzie Stewart, Madras Infantry do 

Sir Mark Cubbon, KCB. Madras Infantry ... do 

Thomas Sbubrick, Bengal Cavalry do 

William CuUen, Madras Artillery do 

David Barr, Bombay Infantry do 

Thomas Marrett, Madras Infantry do 

Thomas Henry Paul, Bengal Infantry do 

Francis Farquharson, Bombay Infantry do 

Samuel Swinhoe, Bengal Infantry 15 Sept. 55 

John Anderson, do. 5 Dec. 

Frederick Young, do. 18 Feb. 56 

Thomas Monteath Douglas, CB. Beng. Inf.... 18 Mar. 

William R. C. Costley, do 2 April 

Charles Herbert, CJB., Madras Infantry 9 April 

Sir George Petre Wymer, KCB., Bengal Inf. 8 June 

Alexander Dick, Bengal Infantry 4 July 

William Pattle, CB., Bengal Cavalry 18 July 

Thomas Fiddes, Bengal Infantry 15 Sept. 

James Perry, Madras Infantry 6 Dec. 

Hugh Ross, do 29 May 57 

James Ketchen, Madras Artillery 13 Oct. 

Abraham Roberts, CB., Bengal Infantry 13 Oct. 

John Morgan, CB., Madras Infantry 27 Jan. 68 

Chas. Arthur G. Wallington, Bengal Inf. 4 Mar. 

Thomas Oliver, do 4 May 

Sir James Outrara, Bart. GCB. Bombay Inf. 16 July 

Duncan Gordon Scott, BenRal Infantry 23 July 

Henry Hall, CB. Bengal Infantry 24, Oct. 

Julius George GrifRth, Bombay Artillery 4 Feb. 69 

Samuel Shaw, Bengal Artillery 5 Mar. 

Charles Butler James, Bombay Infantry 15 May 

Matthew Coombs Paul, Bengallnfantry 17 May ;• 

Sir John Cheape, KCB. Bengal Engineers ... 26 May ' " 

John Low, CB. Madras Infantry 30 May 

JoBeph Harris, Bengal Infantry , 29 ^ug. 



JohnTulloch, CB. Bengal Infantry 11 Sept. 69 

Richard Powney, Bengal Artillery 21 Sept. 

George Edward Gowan, CB. Bengal Art 27 Sept. 

Patrick Montstomerie, CB. Madras Artillery,.. 21 Dec. 59 

Wm. Henry Hewitt, Bengal Infantry 30 Dec. 59 

Geo. Wm. Avlmer Lloyd, CB. Bengal Inf. ... 2 June 60 

Alexander Tulloch, C5. Madras Infantry 16 June 60 

Arch. Brown Dyce, Madras Infantry 26 June 

John Wheeler Cleveland, do. 30 Aug. 

MAJOR-GENERALS 

Robert Blackall, Bengal Infantry 26 June 54 

David Capon, CB. Bombay Infantry do 

Wm. Donald Robertson, do. do 

Duncan Sim, Madras Engineers do 

George Sandys, Madras Cavalry 28 Nov. 64 

James Eckford, CB. Bengal Infantry do 

Mathew Soppitt, Bombay Infantry do 

Andrew Hervey, CB. Bensal Infantry do 

Sir Scndamore Winde Steel, KCB. Mad. Inf. do 

Fred. Schuler, Bombay Artillery do 

George Moore, Bombay Infantry do 

Maurice Tweedie, Madras Infantry do 

Charles Montauban Carmichael, CB.Ben.Cav. do 

Henry Lechmere Worrall, do do 

Si)- John Bennett Hearsey, X'CB. do do 

George Richard Pemherton, Bengal Infantry do 

Donald Macleod, Madras Cavalry do 

Stephen Davis Riley, Bengal Infantry do 

Christopher Godley, CB. Bengal Infantry ... do 

David Cuningharae, Bombay Cavalry do 

Charles Dennis Dun, Madras Infantry do 

James Parsons, CB. Bengal Infantry do 

George Warren, do do 

Henry Fisher Salter, CB. Bengal Cavalry do 

Thomas Mathew Taylor, do. do 

Howard Dowker, Madras Infantry do 

Henry Sargent, do do 

George James Wilson, Bombay Infantry do 

Joseph Garnault, Madras Infantry do 

Robert Hawkes, Bengal Cavalry do 

Arch. Fullerton Richmond, CB. Bengal Inf. do 

James Bell, Madras Infantry do 

George Conran, Madras Artillery do 

Sir Patrick Grant, KCB. Bengal Infantry, 

Cominander-in- Chief at Madras do 

Christopher Dixon Wilkinson, CB. Ben. Inf. do 

William Taylor, Madras Infantry do 

Westrop Watkins , do do 

John Laurie, - do do 

James Edwin Williams, Madras Infantry do 

Francis Turnley Farrell, Bombay Infantry ... do 

William Henry Marshall, Bengal Infantry do 

Robert Alexander, Madras Infantry do 

John Day Stokes, do do 

John Kynaston Luard, CB. Madras Infantry do 

Edward Garstin, Bengal Engineers do 

Adolphus Derville, Madras Infantry do 

Richard Home, Bengal Infantry do 

Sir Bob. John Hussey Vivian, KCS.jMad.Inf. do 

Thomas Littleton Green, do do 

Ale.xander Carnegy, CB. Bengal Infantry ... do 

George Tomkyns, do do 

William Cavaye, Bombay Inf. do 

David Forbes, do do 

Francis Straton, Madras Cavalry do 

Charles Richard William Lane, CB. Ben. Inf. do 

William John Gairdner, CB. Bengal Infantry do 

George Brooke, CB. Bengal Artillery do 

John Yaldwyn, Madras Infantry,,,,, do 



Officers with Superior Local Rank. 



121 



Benjamin Roberlgon Ilitchins, Madras liif.. 
Watkin Len-is Williams, Madras Infantry.... 



Eyre Evans Bruce, Madras Infantry . 

Henry Coniu<;lmni, Madras Cavalry 

William Justice, Madras Infantry 

Henry Chiimhers Murray Cox, Bengal luf. 

Jobn'llozgan, CH. Bengal Infantry 

George Iluisli, CJi. do. 



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John Campbell, ('H. Madras Infantry ... 

Thomas Bowes Forstcr, do. 

I'ra. Frauklaud Wbinyates, Madras Art. 

James .\dam tlowden, Madras Infiuitry do 

Augustus Clarke, Madras Infantr)' do 

Charles Hamilton, CB. Bengal Infantry do 

Edward Armstrong, Madras Infantry do 

Maurice Stack, CB. Bombay Cavalry do 

William Wyllie, CB. Bombay Infantry do 

Walter Jno. Browne, CB. do do 

Philip Francis Story, CU. Bengal Cavalry IS April 55 

George Grantham, Madras Infantry S Aug. 

Henry Cracklow, Bombay Infantry 22 Ang. 

William Prescott, Madras Infantry 15 Sept. 65 

Hcnrv Lawrence, Bengal Infantry 5 Dec. 

RicbMd Budd, Madras Infantry 10 Feb. 56 

George Hicks, CB. Bengal Intantry 18 Feb. 5tl 

Henry lYancis Caley, Bengal Infantry 18 Mar. 66 

Hope Dick, do. 2 April 

Joseph Nash, CB., Benpl Infantry 9 April 

James Alexander, CB., Bengal Artillery 18 May 

John Theophilus Lane, CB. Bengal Artillery 8 June 

George Huttou, Madras Infantry 4 July 

Robert Stewart, Bensal Infantry 15 Sept. 

Henry Hancock, Bombay Infantry 29 Noy. 

Edward Hutbwaitc.CB. Bengal Artillery 14 Mar. 57 

Isaac Campbell Coftiu, Madras Infantry 29 .May 

Sir George Cornish Whitlock, KCB. do 27 June 

Fred. George Lister, Bengal Infantry 22 Aug. 

Sir Archdale WiUon, Bart. ECU. Bengal Art. 14 Sept. 

David Downing, Bengal Infantry 15 Sept. 

Thomas Maekni"ht Cameron, Madras Infantry 3 Oct. 
Waller Nugent Thos. Smee, do. 8 Oct. 

Thomas Chase Parr, do. 13 Oct. 

Fred. Hervey Sandys, Bengal Infantry 15 Oct. 



Henry Prior, Madras Infantry 2 Dec. 57 

Nicholas Johnson, do. 9 Dec. 57 

John Moule, Ilvneal Infantry 27 Jan. 58 

Louis Saunders Bird, UcnffA Infantry 4 Mar. 

David Binell, do. 1 May 

Thom.as Polwbele, Bengal Infantry 4 May 58 

Sir Rich. Jas. llolwell liirch. KCB. Beng. Inf. 1 May 

George Campbell, Bengal Artillery 4 July 

Peter Innes, Bengal Infantry ....'. 13 July 

Alex. William Lawrence, Madras Cavalry 20 July 

Sir Fred. Abbott, CB. late of Beng. Eugineers, 
Lieut. Governor of the Military College at 

Adiliscombe 23 July 

John Fowler Bradford, CB. Bengal Cavalry... do 

Harry Mo-ss Craves, Bengal Infantry 27 Aog. 

Charles Cm J, r/; l^n.-;,! Artillery 14 Oct. 

ArchilKil i - I Madras Infantry ... 24 Nov. 

Charl.s 1 Madras Artillery 14Nov. 

Edward M - > I ii is Infantry 23 Nov. 

Stuart Coibetl, (ii. Ikngal Infantry 4 Feb. 59 

Henry Macan, Bonibaylnfantry S Mar. 

William Sage, Bengal Infantry 13 Mar. 

Sir Justin Shell, A' CiJ. do 26 Apr. 

Charles Wahab, Madras Infantry 6 May 

James Manson, Bengal Infantry 15 May 

George Twemlow, Bengal Artillery 17 May 

Thomas Assheton Duke, Madras Infantry . 24 May 

Nathaniel Jones, Bengal Infantry 30 May 

James Clarke Charnock Gray, do 20 July 

Thomas Alex. Aug. Munsey, .Madras Cavalry 11 Sept. 

Robert Thorpe, Madras Infantry 27 Sept. 

James Scott, Bombay Infantry 25 Oct. 

Charlton HoU, Madras Infantry 28 Nov. 

Chailes Hewetson, Madras Infantrj' 21 Dec. 69 

Mordcn Canhcw, Madras Infanirv SO Dec. 59 

Augustus Abbott. C«. Benjjal ArtiUery 13 Apr. 60 

Jas. Edw. Gordon Morris, Bombay Infantry 2 June 

Claud. Douglas, Bombay Infantry 4 June 

Joseph Hale, Bombay Infantry 16 June 

Henry Goodwyn, Bengal Engineers 28 June 

William George White, Madras Infantry July 

James Fitzgerald, Madras Infantry SO Aug. 60 

CIcracnt Clcmons, Madras Infantry 7 Oct. 60 



OFFICERS SERVING WITH SUPERIOR LOCAL RANK, 
AND TEMPORARY RANK. 



GENEEALS. 
iStrHugh H. Rose, OCB. Commander-in- 

Chiif, East Indies 18 May 60 

LIEUTENANT-GENERALS. 

Sir Patrick Grant, KCB. Coimnauder in- 

Okie/ at iladras 25 Jan. 60 

Sir James Outram, Bart. GCB. Particu- 
lar Service in the Katt Indies 14 Nov. 50 

S ia Sir James Fred. Love, KCB. Inspec- 
tor General of Infantry 14 Aug. 57 

Robert H. Wynyard, CB. Commanding the 
Forces and Lt.Gocernor, Cape of Good 
nope 8 Apr. 59 

SirWilliam FenwickWilliams.ifarr JTCB. 
Commanding the Division in Aorth 
America C May 50 

Sir John L. Pennyfather, KCB. Com- 
manding at Aldtrshot 1 Oct. 59 

Sir J. Oaspard Lc Marchant, OCMO.,Gov. 
and Conimander-in Chief at Malta do 

Sir James Hope Grant, KCB. China 18 Oct. 59 

Sir Wm. R. Mansfield, KCB. Commander- 
in-Chief. Bom bay 18 May CO 



UAJOIUGENEBALS. 
91SX JohnBloomfield, Inspector General 
of Ar ■ 



UUr>/ 13 May 69 

a^irRobt. Garrett, KCB. KB. East Indie* 1 Aug. 67 
Sir Sydnny John Cotton, KTB. do .. do 

Sir John Michel, KCB. E'lst Indies 7 Aug. 57 

.Sir Henry Creswicke Rawlinson, KCB. 
Enroy Extraordinary and Minister 

Plenipotentiary in Persia 22 Apr. 69 

•Bon, A. A. Spencer, CB. Hast Indies .. 13 Jon. 60 



•A.A.T. Cunynghame, CB. East Indies.. 13 Jan. 60 

• Randal Rumley,Unatt 24 Jan. 

• JjEI H. K. Bloomfield 31 Jan. 00 

• C. Franklyn, CJ? do 

• W. A. M'Cleverty, East Indies 8 Feb. 60 

.Sir Robert Napier, KCB. Bengal Engineers, 

China 80 Mar. 60 

T. O'Brien, Unatt. Ceyfon 4 Sept. CO 

BRIGADIEE-GENEKALS. 

E. W. Crofton, R. Art CViiMd 14 Jan. 60 

•/,ord Geo. A. F. Paget, C/? 12Mar.e0 

•Brooke Taylor, 12 Mar. 60 

•David Rtissoll, CB 13 Mar. 60 

•A. T. Hemphill, h. p. 26 F 29 June 60 

• W. T. Crawford, R. A t 24 July 60 



COLONEL. 

Henry Charles Van Corllandt, CB. Com- 
manding a Corps of Irregular Levies, 



LIEUTENANT-COLONELS. 
J. D. G. run'ic\\,.^rilitar,/.S•|lIlrrintendcnt 

of Pensioners in Sorlh Amerirr. 20 July 59 

John Bruce, Staff Officer of Pensioners, 

Westertt Australia 26 Sept. 54 



MAJOB. 

William H. Kenny, Staff Officer of Pen- 



sioners, If en Zealand 

Henry Wray, R. Eng., Central A 



23 Mar. 49 
25 Sept. 00 



The following Officers to have the temporary rank of Major-General while 
in command of Brigades, dated 24 July, 1856- — 



Charlei TroUope, CB. b.p. 02 F. 



I Arthur J. Lawrence, CB. \u p. Rlda Br. 

Horatio Shirley, CB. h. p. 88 P. 



122 YEOMEN OF THE GUARD. 

Her Majesty's Body Guard. 
(INSTITUTED BY HENRY VII., IN THE YEAR t485.) 



Ca])iai7i.~Uenry John, Harl of Dude, 28 June 59. 
Lieutenant.— Sir Benjamin Travell Phillips,' Major-General late of Bengal Army, 23 July 57. 

Ensign.—}^ Sir George Houlton,^ Capt. h.p. 43rd Foot, 25 Sept. 35. 

Clerk of the Cheque and Adjutant.— T^ S® John FitzMaurice,^ KH., Colonel h.p. Unatt., 

22 Apr. 47. 

Ea:ons. 
1^ fflSa sir John Kincaid,* late a Captain in the Rifle Brigade, 25 Oct. 44. 
Thomas Parker Rickford, late a Captain in the 23rd Fusiliers, 24 May 51. 
George Varnham Macdonald, late Captain \Qth Foot, 6 Feb. 55. 
William Barron/ late Captain 96th Foot, 25 May 60. 
140 Yeomen. 
Agents. — Messrs. Cox & Co. 

1 Sir Travell Phillips served through the Bhcel campaign in 1823-24. Made the forced march of 82 miles with 
the 7th Bengal Cavalry to the relief of Jeypore in 1824. Served through the Shackawattee campaign in 1834. 
Appointed to the command of Skinner's Horse; also to the command of the frontier station of Hansi in 1841. 
Reorganized and commanded the Cavalry Depot at Cawnpore in 1842-43. Served through the Seik campaign of 
1843-49 (Medal). 

2 Sir George Houlton served in the Peninsula with the 43rd Light Infantry, through the whole of the retreat 
to Corunna under Sir John Moore in 1808. Served also in the VValcheren expedition in 1809. Subsequently in 
the Peninsula, including the retreat to the Lines of Torres Vedras in 1810, pursuit of Massena, actions of Pombal, 
itedinha, Casal Nova, Miranda de Corvo, Foz d'Arouce, Sabugal, Castrejon, San Christoval, San Munos, and San 
Milan ; battles of Fuentes d'Onor, Salamanca, Vittoria(severely wounded), Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive(9th, 10th, 11th, 
12th, and 13th Dec. 1813), and Toulouse ; siege and storming of CiudadRodrigo, and taking of the outwork of that 
place, Fort Reynard; and siege and storming of Badajoz. Has received the Silver War Medal with ten Clasps. 
Served in the stormmg of the Lines of New Orleans, and afterwards witli the Army of Occupation in France. 

3 Colonel FitzMaurice joined the RiHe Brigade in the Peninsula as a volunteer, in 1811, and served to the 
end of the war, including the affair at the Jlill at Freixadas, action of Sabugal, battle of Fuentes d'Onor, sieges 
and assaults of Ciudad Rodrigo and Badajoz, action at San Milan, and battle of Vittoria — skirmishing in advance, 
he therewith two Riflemen, tookthe/irs< gun captured that day, and secured seven prisoners; pursued the enemy 
to Pampeluna, under the walls of which their last gun was taken ; battles of the Pyrenees, carrying the heights of 
F.chalar, and the fortified pa^s of Bera ; defended an orchard in front of Arcangues for a whole day with one sub- 
division ; battles of the Nivelle and the Nive, together with those near Bayonne on the 10th, 11th and 13th Dec, 
1813; the brilliant action with Souli's rear-guard at Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse, besides numerous minor 
affairs. He served also the campaign of 1815, led the advanced guard at the battle of Quatre Bras, where he had 
the honor of firing the first shot. Leg broken at the storming of Badajoz, and severely wounded in the thigh at 
Quatre Bras. Received the Hanoverian Order, the Waterloo Medal, and the Silver War Medal with eightClasps. 

4 Sir John Kincaid joined the Rifle Brigade in 1809, and retired from it as a Captain in 1831. He served on the 
Walcheren expedition in 1809; and subsequently in the Peninsula, including the retreat to the lines of Torres 
Vedras in 1810, occupation of them, pursuit of Massena, actions at Santarem, Pombal, Redinha, Casal Xova, Foz 
d'Arouce (wounded), and Sabugal, battle ofFuentesd'Onor, actions near FuenteGuinaldo and .lldeade Ponte, siege 
and storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, — was one of the leaders of the storming party of the Light Division; siege and storm, 
ingof Badajoz, actions on the heights of San Christoval and at Castrejon, battle of Salamanca, capture of Madrid, 
retreatfrom Salamanca, in which he was acting Brigade-Major to the 1st Brigade of the Light Division; actions at San 
Munos and San Milan, battle of Vittoria, and three days' severe skirmishing in following the enemy to Pampeluna, 
which ended in the capture of their last gun by the Rifle Brigade; battles of the Pyrenees, storming the heights 
of Echalar, storming the fortified heights of Bera, battles of the Nivelle and the Nive, together with those near 
Bayonne on the 9th, lOlh, 11th, 12th, and 13ih Dec. 1813; action at Tarbes, and battle of Toulouse, besides nume- 
rous minor affairs. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the battle of Quatre Bras, the retreat on 
the following day, battle of Waterloo, and capture of Paris : at Waterloo his horse was wounded in five places and 
killed under him. He has received the Silver War Medal with nine Clasps. 

5 Captain Barron served with the 82nd Begt. at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, from 2nd Sept. 1855 (Medal and 
Cla.sp, and Turkish Jledal). 



HONORARY PHYSICIANS TO HER MAJESTY. 

^ Sir John Mac Andrew, MD. KCB., h. p. Inspector General of Hospitals 16 Aug. 59 

Andrew Fergusson, MD., h.p. In.spector General of Hospitals do 

William Linton, MB. CB., Inspector General of Hospitals do 

John Forrest, MD. CB., Inspector General of Hospitals do 

James Brown Gibson, MD. CB., Inspector General of Hospitals do 

Thomas Galbraith Logan, MD. CB., Inspector General of Hospitals do 

HONORARY SURGEONS TO HER MAJESTY. 

Alexander Melvin, h.p. Inspector General of Hospitals 16 Aug. .59 

John Robert Taylor, CB., Inspector General of Hospitals do 

Edward Bradford, h.p. Deputy Inspector General of Hospitals do 

T^ 5iaa Thomas Mostyn, h. p. Deputy Inspector General of Hospitals do 

John Ashton Bostock, MD., Surgeon Major, Scots Fusilier Guards do 



123 
THE HONOURABLEOORPS OF GENTLEMEN-AT-ARMS, 

Tlte Body Guard of the Sovereign on all Public and State Oceanians. 

(ESTABLISIIRD IN THE YEAR 1509.) 

Captain. I Lieutenant. 

Thomas Ilouiy, Lord Foley .... 28 June 60 | Sir William Topliam c 18 Mar. 53 

Standard Bearer. — David James Harmar, i* 31 Jan. 48. 
Gentlemeti-at-Arms. 



George Winchester i'30 Jan. 

|) Jolin niakiston' {late Bt.Maj.) 8 Dec. 

j) John Ilenrv Cooke'' 2 Oct. 

{lii'evct Lt.Col. late of 21 F.) 

Francis Vanderlure Mills p 1 6 Nov. 

Edward Goodwin, Captain 

Cambridge Militia p 22 June 

Stapleton Cliarlcs Cotton p IG Oct. 

Charles Tyler P12 Feb. 

Henry Shephard Smyth p24 Aug. 

Thomas Howard P20 Nov. 

Adolphus Geo. Finch Cotton ..P2l Jan. 
Charles James Cox, Capt. Cinque 

Port Volunteer.-! P25 Feb. 

Markland Barnard P 14 May 

E. Sutherland (late Brevet MaJ.) 26 Feb. 

Francis John Ilclyar p26 Apr. 

Wm. Ilandcock Middleton .. ..p 6 May 
Charles James Lindam,^ late of 

liijie Brigade 1 9 May 

Geo. Bridge, (C«y>^ A./).) 1 Nov. 

James \V. Cookney p .'i July 

Artliur Ilinton Moore p 1 Jan. 

Aug.Sam.BoItonX/rt^<?C(//;^31F.) 7 Feb. 
Charles Richard JoI)n Sawyer, 

Capt. 2nd So?nerset Militia .. (i Mar. 
Harwick Doncaster p G Mar. 



Fred. John Robinson PIG April 50 

Stephen Ryder Oampier p 19 July 56 

John Dutton Hunt, Capt. Glo- 

ce.'itcr Volunteers p 13 June 57 

Arthur Palliser P22 Apr. 58 

John Robin Harris, Capt. in Kent 

Volunteers "11 June 58 

Nathaniel George Philips'' . . . .? 9 July 58 

{late Capt. 47 !■'.) 
James Lowndes, Capt. Renfrew 

Militia P 4 Nov. 58 

Frederic Stocks Dentley p15 Nov. 58 

Edward Pope Dcane p18 Feb. 59 

James Hanning P23 Feb. 59 

■StrCharles Henry John Rich,5^p 4 Mar.59 

{late Cornet 3 Dr. Gds.) 
Rich. Hen. Stackhouse Vyvyan, 

Lt. Cornwall Rangers P 22 July 59 

James Peters p 8 Aug.59 

William Wise p 5 May 60 

George Lane, Capt. 5 Middlesex 

Militia p 8 Nov.60 

James Killery P 10 Nov. GO 

Francis Charteris Wemyss, Lt. 

Wiltshire Militia p 15 Nov. 60 

Henry Gillett Gridley 27 Nov. 60 



Adjutant. — William Walter Cargill, Captain Commandant 14 Perthshire Volunteers, 
Harbinger. — Samuel Wilson, P24 Feb. 31. [PIO April 56. 

Sub-Officer.— 1$ Lt.Col. J. II. Cooke, 24 June 48. 

Scarlet — Facing Blue Velvet. ^^e?i^5— Messrs. Cox and Co. 

1 MajorBlakiston haviii? passed through the Royal Military Academy at Woolwich in 1802, he proceeded 
to India as a Cadet in the East India Company's Service, and was appointed to the Corps of Engineers on 
the Madras Establishment, being then on half-pay as a Lieutenant in H.M. Service. In 1803 ho served in 
the c.impaign against the Maliratlas, and was engaged in the battles of Assaye and Argaimi, and at the 
sieges and assaults of Ahmednuggur and Gawilghur. .\t the suppression of the mutiny at Vcllore in 1805 
he directed the guns by whicli the gate was blown open. In 1810 he acted as Chief Engineer at the capture 
of the Island of Bourbon. Having been employed in reconnoitring the coast of the Isle of France previons 
to the arrival of the expedition, he was instrumental in discovering the spot where the descent was made; 
and, having been appointed to the charge of the Guides, he led the advance of the Army until the surren- 
der of that Island. For his services on the above occasion he was nominated Extra Aide-de-Camp to the 
Commander-in-Chief, Sir Samuel Auchmuty, on the expedition to Java in 1811; and having been sent in 
adtonce with the Chief Engineer to fix on the point of landing, he was engaged in a serious all'air on the 
coast in the bouts of II. M. ships Barracouta and Leila. On the landing of the Army he was engaged in 
the affairsof Wellcvrieden and Samarang, and at thesiege and assaultof the fortified position of Cornelig. 
In 1812, having attained the rank of Captain in the corps of Madras Engineers, he returned on furlough 
to England. Shortly afterwards, having been placed on full pay in H. M.87th Regt., he was appointed to 
a Company in the 17th Portuguese Regt., with which he seived in the Light Division of the Peninsular 
Army until the conclusion of the war; having been present at the battles of Vittoria,Nivp|le, Nive,Orthes, 
and Toulouse, and in all the atfairs in which the Light Division was engaged. At the siege of San 
Sebastian he volunteered as an Engineer,and while so engaged was severely wounded. For his services on 
this occasion he was promoted to a Company in the 2Tth Regt.; in 1810 was placed on half-pay; and on 
the 33rd June 1843 he was brought on full pay of Iheolst Rezt.,and retired by the sale of his commissions. 
He has received the War Medul with six Clasps; also the Indian War Medal and Clasps. 

2 Lt.-Col. Cooke served with thC'iSrd Regt.atWalcheren.in 180l>. In June 1811 hejoinedtheLight Division 
in the Peninsula, and was present at the siege and storming of Ciudad Rodrigo, and of Iladajoz ( wounded 
at the assault), actions of Castrejon and San Christoval, battle of Salamanca, actions of San Alunoz and 
San Milan, battle of Vittoria( wounded), actions in the Pyrenees, siege of San Sebastian, the attack on the 
heights of Vera, battle of the Nivelle, battles of the Nive on the 9th, lOth, llth, 12th, and 13lh Dec, 
actions at Tarbes and Arcangues, battle of Toulouse, besides various atfairs of less importance. On the 
8th Jan. 1H15, he was present at the attack on the American Lines before New Orleans. He served after- 
wards with the Army during the Occupation In France. He ha.* received the War Medal with eight Clasps. 

3 Captain Lindam served in the lotli Font in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-4n, and was severely wounded 
Host a leg) at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). He served also four yeais as Pavniaster in the Itille Brigade 
in Brill>h CalTraria, Including the Kaffir war of 184(1-47. 

4 Captain Augustus S. Bolton served the campaign on the Sutlej (Medal and throe Clasps). He acted 
as Aide-dc-Camp to Sir Harry Smith at Moodkee and Ferozethah, and was Adjutant of the 'MiK at Bud- 
dlwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon (severely woundol). 

C Captain Philips served with the 47th Regt. in the Eastern campaiipi of 1804, and wai severely 
wounded at the battle of Alma (Medal and Clasp). 



124 



OFFICERS RECEIVING REWARDS 

FOR DISTINGUISHED OR MERITORIOUS SERVICES. 



Generals. 
Dennis Herbert 
Cosmo Gordon 
Hclier Touzel 
15 H. C. E. Vernon, CB. 

Lieutenant Oeneral. 
I? John Dniramond 

Major Generals. 
Sir A. Josias Cloetfe, CB. KH. 
G. H. Lockwood, CB. 
19 B. V. Derinzy, KH. ret. full pay 
\i asa Charles Diggle, KH. 
aa Eaton Monins 
\% aSB George Macdonald 
Charles Ash Windham, CB. 
13 John Alves, ret. f. p. Depot Batt. 
19 aa Win. Henry Elliott, KH. 
Pringle Taylor, KH. 
Plomer Young, KH. 
H. D. Townshend 
Thomas Wright, CB. 
Sir James Hope Grant, KCB. 
Sir T. H. Franks, KCB. 
Sir Edward Lugard, KCB. 
M.J. Slade 
S. B. Boileau 

Lord William Paulet, CB. 
George H. MacKinnon, CB. 

C. Warren, CB. 

19 John N. Jackson 

Hon. Geo. F. Upton, CB. 

aaa Arthur Hill Trevor, KH. 

Sir S. J. Cotton, KCB. 

R. H. Wynyard, CB. 

T. S. Pratt, CB. 

3. R. Young 

19 H. F. Lockyer, CB.KH. 

M. C. Johnstone 

1? Sir Robert Garrett, KCB. KH. 

Sir John Michel, KCB. 

^ Geo. Bell, CB. 

19 P. M'Pherson, CB. 

Charles William Ridley, CB. 

D. A. Cameron, CB. 
19aai Rob. Law, KH. 

Sir C. T. Van Straubenzee, KCB. 

E. W. F. Walker, CB. 
T. A. Drought 

JIo7i. A. A. Spencer, CB. 

B. H. Lonth, CB. r. f. p. 80 F. 
Geo. Congreve, CB. 
William Pai-lby 

Charles Franklyn, CB. 

C. W. M. Balders, CB. 

F. Horn, CB. 

Colonels. 
John R. Smyth, CB.,l. F. 0. 
1? Sir John M. Wilson, CB. KH. 
13 Saa J. Fitzmaurice, Unatt. 
John Grattan, CB., h. p. 18 F. 



H. Shirley, CB., h. p. 88 F. 

W. O'Grady Haly, CB., 88 F. 

Lord George Paget, CB., Unatt. 

A. J. Lawrence, CB.,^\.p. Rifle Brigade 

David Russell, CB. 

Frank Adams, CB., 28 F. 

William Sullivan, CB., Insp. Field Off. 

L. S. O'Connor, CB., 1 W.India Regt 

Sir H. K. Storks, KCB. Unatt. 

19 aai Thomas C. Smith, Unatt. 

William Jones, CB. 61 P. 

Edw. C. Hodge, CB., Unatt. 

W. S. Norcott, CB., Unatt. 

}9 Henry John French, Unatt. 

Terence O'Brien, Unatt. 

H. F. Robe, CB. Unaft. 

19 E. R. Hill, h. p. 63 F. 

C. Trollope, CB., h. p. 02 F. 

W. Hamilton, CB. I. F. Officer 

Arthur Borton, CB. Depot Batt. 

Daniel Lysons, CB. Unatt. 
G. T. Finucane, ret. full pay 

H. C. B. Daubeney, CB., h. p. 71 F. 

John Thornton Grant, CB., 18 F. 

J. T. Mauleverer, CB., 30 F. 

James Creagh, ret. f. p. 86 F. 

J. P. Sparks, CB. 38 F. 

G. Campbell, CB. Insp. F. O. 

Charles Steuart, CB., 14 Drs. 

Sir John Jones, KCB. 60 F. 

19 T. J. Adair, Unatt. 

William Sutton, 31 F. 

Sir Robert Walpole,i'CB.Rifle Brigade 

Thomas Hooke Pearson, Unatt. 

L. Fyler, 12 Drs. 

A. A. T. Cunynghame, CB. h. p. 51 F. 

SirA..U.lior8{ord,KCB.Dep.Adj.6en. 

E. H. Greathed, CB. Unatt. 

E. Last, r. f. p. 21 F. 

C. A. Edwards, CB. 49 P. 
Sir R. D. Kelly, KCB. 34 F. 
Lord Fred. Paulet, CB. Coldst. Gds. 
M. W. Smith, CB. 3 Dr. Gds. 
Sir John Douglas, KCB. Unatt. 
John Duff, 74 F. 

F. D. George, CB. Unatt. 

H. D. O'Halloran, r. f. p. 1 W. I. Regt. 

Sir A. C. Sterling, KCB. Unatt. 

E. B. Brooke, Insp. Field Officer 

E. Pole, 12 Lancers 

A. Little, CB. 9 Lancers 

W. Parke, CB. h.p. 53 F. 

W. J. D'Urban, Unatt. 

W. D. Deverell, r. f. p., Depot Batt. 

Lieutenant Colonels, 
Edward W. C. Wright, Depot Batt. 
T. M, Byrne, Unatt. 

Lieutenant. 
19 aai Colin JWacdonald.h. p. 50 F. 



Quarter Masters. 
James Murray, h. p. 24 F. 
T. W. Edwards, h. p. 84 F. 
yaffil John Payne, late ofGr. Gds. 
19 a® Wm. Kerr, h. p. 28 F. 
John Lilley, h.p. Gr. Gds. 

Royal Artillery. 
Generals. 
J. W. Tobin 

P a® Sir Hew D. Ross, GCB. 
19 aa Sir R. Gardiner, GCB. KCH. 
19 Robert Douglas, CB. 

Lieutenant General. 
aai A. C. Mercer 

Major Generals. 
Henry William Gordon 
\UW. William Breretou, CB. KH. 
John E. Dupuis, (;B. 
Sir Richard James Dacres, KCB. 
19321 William Bell 
^9 P. V. England 
laaa R. Hardinge, KH. 
T. G. Hiegins, 
aaj W. C. Anderson 

Colonel. 
V<Sl Collingwood Dickson, CB. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
J. M. Adye, CB. 

Lieutenant. 
J. G. Burslem 

Quarter Master, 
S. Barnes 

Royal Engineers. 
General. 

19 Sir JohnF. Burgoyne, Bart. GCB. 
Major Generals. 
W. R. Ord. 
Foster. 
K. J. Savage. 

Colonels. 
John Walpole 
J. W. Gordon, CB. 
F. E. Chapman, CB. 

Medical Department. 
Insxiectors Oeneral of Hospitals. 
Sir Jolm Hall, MD. KCB. h. p. 
^ Sir John MacAndrew, MB. KCB, 

h.p. 
James Henderson, MB. h. p. 
Royal Marines. 
Gene}-al. 
John Rawlins Coryton 

Colonels. 
A. B. Stransham 
Alexander Anderson 



MILITAET KNiaHTS 0¥ WINDSOE. 



Major CharlesMoore, formerly of 32 F. {Governor) 
IP a£l Quarter Master A. Heartley, h.p. R. Horse Gds, 
^ Lieut. Iho. M'Dermolt, late 7 R. Vet.Bn. 
9 aZB Major Robert Cochrane, late of Rifle Br. 
Captain A. W. Cassan, formerly of 65 F. 
^ Lieut. Richard Nantes, h.p. 55 F, 
V Colonel William Sail, i'U. lateof R. Ncwf. Cos. 
Colonel James Fitzgibbons, late of Canadian Militia 
Captain Andrew Ellison, formerly of 60 F. 



19 Captain John Duncan King, h.p. Unatt. 

19 Captain James Scott, h.p. 9 F. 

M Captain Henry Hollinswortli, Unatt. 

19 Colonel E. A. Angelo, KH. late of 30 F. 

l9 Captain Joseph Douglas, Unatt. 

19 Major John Paul Hopkins, KH. lateof 08 F. 

aaa captain S. Goddard, h. p. 14. F. 

13 Lieut. BoiTland Pennington, late R. Vet.Bn. 



125 
STAFF AT HEAf) QUARTERS. 

COMMANDINU IN CllIEP. 

General IIU Royal Highness George W. V. C. Duke o/ Canibridsje, KG., KP., GC13 , GC.MG. 
Colonel of tlie Scots Fusilier Giiardi-. 

Military Secretary Major General William Frederick Forster, KH. 

Assistant Military Secretary Liout.CoIoiiel Henry Wylie Norman, CU., Bon^'al Army. 

f Colonel Hon. James Wni. B. MacJonald, CD., Unatt. 
I Lieut. Colonel Thomas Henry Clifton, Unatt. 

Aides de Camp •{ Colonel Cliarles Tyrwhitt, Unatt. 

I Lt. Colonel Hon. Richard Cliarteris, Scots Fus. Guard-J. 
l^Major Hon. Hussey Pane Keauc, Royal Engineers {Extra). 

Adjutant-Geneual's Department. 

Adjutant Oetieral ,]Major General Hon. Sir James Yorke Scarlett, KCB., o Dr. Gds. 

rv ,,,... ^ , r Colonel .S'<> Alfred H. llursford, KC13., Unatt. 

Ifeputy Adjutants General |i.„,„,„, ^.,,. r^.^,^^_ ^t. Vincent H. C. Tronbridge,^^ CB., h.p.,22 F. 
Assistant Adjutant General. ■ . .Colonel James Kennard Pipon, Unattached. 
T^ ^ , ■ ^ , ,., , ^ , S Major Richard L. Otwav Pearson, Gr. Gds. 

Deputy Asstst. Adjutants General j Lt.Colonel Robert Stuart Baynes, Unatt. 
Superintendent of the Recruiting Departntent . .Co\one\ Henry Hope Graham, CB. 

Deputy Adjutant General to the Royal Artillery .... Colonel Charles Bingliam. 

Assistant Adjutant General do Colonel Edwin VVodehouse, CB. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General do Captain AVm. Lambert Yonge. 



Deputy Adjutant General to the Royal Engineers.. ..Colonel Fred. Edward Chapman, CB. 
Assistant Adjutant General do. .. ..Major Hon. Hussey Fane Keaue. 

Quarter Master General's Department. 

Quarter Master General Major General Sir Richard Airoy, KCB. 

Deputy Quarter Master General Colonel Hon. Percy Egerton Herbert, CB., Unattached. 

. ■. . ^ . ir s ^ ,^ Colonel Evelyn Henry Fred. Pocklington, Unattached. 

Ass.stants Quarter Master General'^ ^j^.^^. (,,,^^^,^^^ ^^.^^^^^^ p^^^,^^^^ Royal Engineers. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General.. Maior B. D. \V. Ramsay, Unatt. 

Inspector General of Cavalry. .Major General John Lawrenson. 

Aide de Camp Captain H. D. W. Lyon, 2 Life Guards. 

Assistant Adjutant General Colonel John Douglas, CB., h.p. 



Inspector Gen. op Infantry.. ^3 312.* Lt.Gen. Sir Jas. Fred. Love, KCB. KH., 57 F. 

. . , , ^ S Major G. H. Page, 41 F. 

Aides de Camp I >f • n, , t W tt .i 

^ I Major laj lor L. Mayne, Unatt. 

A.'isistant Adjutant General Colonel Daniel Lysons, CB. Unatt. 

Inspecting General attached to the Foot Guards ij!J3 Major General Lord Rokeby, KCB. 

Aide de Camp Caiitain Charles Napier Sturt, Gren. Guards. 

Assistant Adjutant General Colonel Lord Arthur Hay, Gr. Gds. 

AIDES-DE-CAMP TO THE QUEEN. 



Colonel John Le Coutcur, Jersey M-ilitia. 
■ James Priaiilx, Guernsey Militia. 



.Mari/itMo/'Done^all.Gt'//. Antrim Mil. 

Lor<l Dynevor, R.Carmarthen Militia. 

George Tlios.ConoUy Napicr,C7i?. L'natt, 

Sir Thos. St. Vincent H. C. Trouliridge, 

JU. Cli. h. p. 22 i\ 

Hon. H. H. M. PerCT, CU. Gr. Gdg. 

T. M. !*let-Ie, Cli. Colilst. Gds. 

Henry Durb> Grifliih. CU. 2 Drs. 

James Webber Smith. CB. L'natt. 

//<m. Percy K. Herbert, CU. Unatt. 

Collingwood Dickson, CJi. B. Art. 

William S. K. .Vnr. olt, CJi. l'natt. 

Jolin William Giirdon, CU.n. Km. 

JI.S.JI. Prince W . A. Edward of Saxe 

Weiiiinr. Cli. fir. fids. 



Colonel John Wilson Patten, 3 R. Lancashire Mil. 

R. Alex. Shafto Adnir, SuttV.lk Art. Mil. 

— G. W.F. J/«rryuMO/ Ailesbury, R. Wilts 
Yeoii.anry Cavalry. 

XeviUenowlosChaniherluin.f'iJ.Beng.Inf. 

John Alex. Ewarl, CU. 78 F. 

William I'urk.-. CJi. h. p. 53 F. 

Charles Reid, CU. Ileneal Army. 

Richard 11 iirU Smith, CU. Bcngiil Anujr. 

Thoiiiii.s Tai ]), CJi. 1} 'iiibiiy Ariiy. 

C. H. R..nerl>(>ii, CU. Bombay Army. 

Wni.II.iirv .Miller,Madr.is Art. 

Kdwiii Woduh.iiiso, CU. H. Artillery. 

George HenI, CB. Koyal En^jineers. 

C. yUc. Eversley, Uuui|>'-h<re Yoo- 

inaiiry Cavalry. 
" Friend Hopkins CU. R. M^irines. 



Wm. M. S. M'Murdi., CU. h.p Mil.Train. JIun. Sir Allan Napier MacNab, Uart. 

Edward Robert Wciherall, CB. Uuall. Jlun. Sir l-.lanne Pasci.al lacht. 

J. dm Christie. Ren^ial (.'avulrv. ! F. K. Lord Wethiun, R. Willshire 

Henry At>»< 11 Ijike, r'/l. L'liatt.T [ .Militia 

Thomas HoUuwar, CU. R. Marines. . AV. .\, C. Lord Burghlcy, Xorllianipton 

W. F. Vuke of Buccltuch, KG. Edin- Militia, 

burgh Mililia. I 

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"PENINSULA" "WATERLOO." 

Colonel. 
n Staiilcton, Viscovnt Combcrinere,' GCB. GCIL '2nd Lieut. 26 Feb. 1790; 
Lieut. 16 Marcli 91; Copt. 28 Feb. 93; Major, March 94; Lieut.Col. 
9 March 94; Col. 1 Jan. 1800; Maj.Gcn.m Oct. 05; Lt.Geii.l ia.i\. 12; 
G'c?^.27May25; Field Marshal,^ Oct.ob; CoZ. 1st Life Guards, 16 Sept. 29. 
Lieut. Colonel and Colonel. 
Richard Parker, Cornet, p 2 Aug. 22; Lieut. p31 July 25; Capt.v^Q June 28; 
Brevet Major, 23 Nov. 41 ; Major §• Lt.Col. 9 Nov. 46; Col. 20 June 54 ; 
Lt.Col.Sf CoZ. 20 June 54. 

Major and Lieut. Colonel. 
Hon. Dudley Charles FitzGcrald de Ros, Cornet ^- Sub Lieut, p 7 Feb. 45; 
Lieut. P 5 May 48; Capt. p 31 Oct. 51 ; 3Iajor §- Lt.Col. p 30 Aug. 59. 



Captains 
G.H.i'aWp/MountCharles 
Henry, Visct. Elmley . . 

Richard Bateson 

Hon. Henry Wyndhani.. 
Algernon William Peyton 

James Keith Fraser 

fl'o?i. Robert W.Gi-osvenor 
io/'rfCharles W.B.Bruce 

Lieutenants. 
Ho7i. Cecil Duncombe . . 
M. W. Visct. Powerscourt| 
Eustace J. Wilson Patten 
Hon. Seym. J. G. Egerton 
Rd. Myddleton Biddulph 
Hon. \Vm. H .John North 
Clias. Wilmer Duncombe 
J. H. R. ioriZ Earlsfort. . 
Cornets and Sub 

Lieutenants. 
William Hessey, R.M. .. 

John Limbert, Adj 

Herbert Hay Langham.. 

Edward Heneage 

George Lewis Watson . . 
Thos.RumboldRicliardson 
^o«. Reginald A. J.Talbot 
Algernon Wm. F. Grevillt 
Henry JohnRobertOsborn 



COR. AND 
SUB LIEUT. 



LIEUT. 



'31 Dec. 44 1 19 Oct. 
5 May 48{P13 Dec. 



50 
50 
P16 Mar. 49 jP 31 Oct. 51 
P27 April 49! P 16 Jan. 52 
P19 Aug.51|P 4 Aua;. 54 
P16 April52iP23 Mar. 55 
P 5 Aug. 53 1 P 22 June 65 
Pl8 Aug. 54;P26 Feb. 56 

P 3Nov. 54iP29Feb. 56 
P 1 Dec. 54 , ■" 30 Sept. 56 
P 12 July 55, P 1 May 57 
P13 July 551" 28 Aug. 57 
P2I Dec. 65 P 17 Nov. 57 
P 8 Feb. 66 P 8 Apr. 59 
P 22 July 56 p 26 Aug. 59 
P26 Mar. 57 p 30 Aug. 59 



CAPTAIN. 



P 4 Aug. 54 
P 1 Dec. 64 
P 15 May 55 
P 22 June 55 
P 26 Feb. 56 
P 17 Nov. 57 
P 8 Apr. 69 
P 30 Aug. 59 



BREVET 
MAJOR. 



13 Dec. 50 
7 July 54 

P 27 Mar. 57 

"28 Aug. 57 

P 31 Dec. 58 

Pll Mar. 69 

P 13 May 59 

P 26 Aug. 

P30 Aug. 69 i 
Adjutant. — Cornet S,- Sub-Lt. John Limbert, 7 July 54. 

Quarter Master. — Hugh Hanly, 3 Feb. 54. [Surgeon Major, 1 Oct. 58. 

Surgeon. — James Cockburn, Assist. Su7-g. 15 April 36; Surgeon, 12 Sept. 48; 
Assistant Surgeon. — Owen William George, M.D. 6 June 51. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Thomas Je.x, 4 Oct. 39; 'i.st Class 1 July 59. 

Scarlet. — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

[Returned from France, January\%\Q.'\ 
1 Lord Combermere accompanied Iiis Eegt. (tlie6tli Dr. Gds.) to Flanders in Aug. 1793, and served to the 
end of tliatciimpaign, and until June of the fullowing one. In 1796 he embarked in command of the 25lhi 
Lt. Drs. foi the Cape ol Good Hope, and served a short but active campaign under Sir Thomas Craig, when 
he accomi.anied his Kegt. to India, where he served in the memorable campaigns of 1798 and 99, against 
Tippoo Siiitaun, including the battle of JIallavelly.and siege of Seiingapatam. Proceeded to the Peninsula 
in 1803, in command of a brigade of cavalry, consisting of the 14th and IGth Lt. Drs., at the head of w hich 
he dislingnislied hims-elf, during the campaign in the north of Portugal, including the operations at Oporto, 
and aftorwaids at the battle of Talavera. In Aug. 1S09, the local rank of Lieut.- Gen. was conferred upon 
hirn; and, early in 1810, he was appointed to the command of the whole allied cavalry under the Duke of 
Wellington, and remained in that command until the termination of the war in 1814, and distincuished 
himself at the head of the cavalry upon every occasum that presented itseli, including the various actions 
in covering the retreat from Almeida to Torres Vedras, battle of Busaco, actions at Villa Garcia and 
Castrajon, battles of Fuentes d"Onor and Salamanca (severely wounded), action at El IJodon, battles of 
the Pyrenees. Urihes, and Toulouse. Served also at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, in 1825 and 26, 
as Commaiidor-in-Oniel. His Lordship has received a Medal for Seringapatam ; the Gold Cross and one 
Ci-isp for the battles of Talavera, l-'uentes d'Onor, Salamanca, Orthes, and Toulouse; and tlie Silver War 
3Iedal with three Clasps for Bus^ico, Ciudad Rodrigo, and Pyrenees; he is a Grand Cross of the Tower and 
Sword of Portugal, aud of Charles the Third, and St. Ferdinand of Spain. 



2ml Rcyiment of Life Guards. 127 

" PEMNSULA" "WATERLOO." 

Colonel.—}^ ffJA John, Lord Seutoii,' (ICH. CiCMG. GCIf., Em. 10 July 17f)J- 
Lieut. 4 Sept. !)ii ; Capt. 1-i Jan. 00; Major, -Jl Jan. 08; Lt.Col. 'i IVb/oy! 
Col. A June 14; Major Gen. 27 Miiy t'o ; Lieut. Gen. 28 June JJH ; (Jen- 
'20 Juno .i4 ; Fkld Morgliul, 1 April CO ; Col. -2m\ Lilc GnaiiLs, 24 Mar. 54.' 

Lieut. Colonel. — yUmutioy rruncis ftlurtyn, Cor. r 27 Dee. 27'; Lieut, v 22 
Mar. 31; Ciipt. i'22 April 31) ; lit.Miij. 'J Nov. 40; Ut. Lt.Col. '20 Jane 
54 ; .V/y. ^- £^Co/. i' 14 July 54 ; Lt.Col. P 27 Nov. 57 ; Col. 29 Au{f. 58. 

Mqjor and Lt.Col. — Uco. Ilowanl Vyse, Cor. P2G Nov. 30 ; Lt. i' 17 April 35 • 
Capt. 1' 1 Sept. 37 ; Brev.Major, II Nov. 51 ; Maj. 5- Lt.Col. p 27 Nov 6?' 



COK. AND 
SUB LIEUT. 



9 Mar. 32 , p 29 April 36 i p 8 May 40 



Captains. 

Thos. Ogilvy , c. -JS Nov. 54 

Eihv. Flolliott Winjjficld jP 12 May 43 p29 June 48 p 28 Mar. 54 

" -'■ "•— .T ..,.,»..,.. P24Sept.47] 20Oct. 57 

P 16 Sept. 5! !P 4 Feb. 59 

4 Sept. 54 P 22 July 59 

17 July 57 P 28 Oct, 59 

28 Mar. 60 

P2I Sei.t. CO 



U K li V JiT 
MAJOR. 

23 Nov. 4r 



Henry Dalton Witt it Lyon p 1 8 April 45 

Frederick Mar>lialF jP 18 Sept. 49 

Roger Palmer^ ]p 22 Jan. 53 

Henry John Lloyd Wynne! p 13 May 53 

E. S. Fitzhard.' Berkeley P 18 Nov. 53 p17 Nov. 57 

John Henuiker Lovett ..p 9 June 54 i' 27 Nov. 57 

Lieutenants. 

Francis Woodgate jP 15 Sept. 54 p 16 Apr. 58 

Jn. Wm. H. CunninghameP 15 Dec. 54 P 10 Apr. 58 

Alex. Chas. H. Stewart, .'p 14 Oct. 56 p 8 Oct. 58 

Robert Reid, Adj I 17 Nov. 57 3 June 59 i Russian troops employed on 

Thomas Lcyland p 15 Jan. 58 p 3 June 59 ""= Neapolitan frontier in I805. 

Henrv P. Ewart |n26 Feb. 58 p22 Julv 69 i ?"'?'' '" ^'"^^^ ^'i'* ^'^^^^"^ 

„ .-, c- li- II 1 1 .. 00 T 1 re -~ •'"'J' "-^ in the cami)iicn of I8O6, and 

Hainil. bandf. I'akcnhani p 30 July 58 p 28 Oct. 59 .'.•". ...... 



I Lord >!eaton served with the 
army in North Holland in the 
campaign of 1799; in K^ypt in 
'"'I ; and with the British and 



.ol 



was at the battle of Maide, 



Conwy Grenv. H. Rowley 

coknets and sub 

Lieutenants. 

George Augustus Curzon^ 



24 Au 



?.58P21Sept.C0i«.rFtc? 

' Meditcrranp.in in isnfi nnH 



to 

General Fox, Commander of 

Sicily and the 

Mediterranean in I8O6 .ind 1807, and to Sir 

I John Moore— in Sicily, Sweden, and Portugal, 

16 Nov. 60 "'"^ '" i^l'^*'" in the campaign of 1808-9, and at 

the battle of Corunna. Joined the army of Lord 

Wellington in ISO9 in Spain at Jaracejo and was 

sent to La Mancha to report on the operations of 

the Spanish armies,— was at the battle of Ocana. 

Commanded a Brigade in Sir Rowland Hill's 

Division in the campaigns of 1810 and 1811, and 

was detached in command of the Hrigade to 

Castcl Hranco to observe the movements of 

General Reynier's Corps d'Armiie on the frontier 

of Portugal. Commanded a Brieade at the battle 

I ,. . A T ■ ^ T. 1 . Ti •! in »T ^n [Coulijiueii below. 

Adjutant.— Lieut. Robert Reid, 17 Nov. 57. 

I Quarter Master. — William Walker, 15 Oct. 52. 
Riding Master. — John Reid, 9 Feb. 55. 

Surgeon. — Frederick George Kerin, 31 July 00; Assist. Surg. 18 Aug. 48. 
Assist. Surgeon. — Francis Trevelyan 13uckland,15 Aug. 54. 
I Veterinary Surgeon. — John Legrew, 9 July 30; 1st Chi.i.?, 1 July 59. 
Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[lietiirned from France, February 1816.] 
of Busaco and on the retreat to the Lines of Torres Vedras, and occupied with this Brigade— outside the 
Lines— the town of Albandra and the advanced posts near Villa Franca during the time the army was in 
this position, and afterwards when Massena retired from the front of the Lines. Crossed the Tagus and had 
charge of the posts on that river opposite the French Corps at the confluence of the Zezere till the evacua- 
tion of P< rtugal by Slasscna. Commanded the advanced guard of Infantry and Cavalry at the combat of 
Campo Mayor in Portugal, and was det:ichcd in command of a Brigade and force of Artillery and Cavalry with 
orders to drive back the French outposts during the siege of Badajus in 181 1. Commanded a Brigade at the 
battle of Albuhcra. In 1812 on the investment of Ciudad R^diigo, commanded the force of the Light Division 
which stormed the Redoubt of San Francisco on the greater Teson, and the .'i2nd Light Infantry on the assault 
of the fortress and town. In 1813 commanded the 2nd Brigade of the Light Division at the attack of the 
French position and intrenched camp on the heights of Vera, at the battles of the Nivellc and the N'ive, and 
during the operations of the campaign in the Basiiue Pyrenees. Led the attack of the 52nd Light Infantry on 
Marshal Soult's position at the battle of Orthcs in 1814. Commanded the i^nd Brigade of tlic Light Division 
at the combats of Vic Bigorre and Tarbes, and the 52nd at the battle of Toulouse. Wiis appointed Prince 
Regent's Aide de Camp in 1814 and Military S-.cretaiy to the Prince of Orange, Conmiandcr m Chief of the 
British Forces in the Netherlands. In 1815, commanded the 52nd Li^ht Infantry at the battle of Waterloo, 
and a Hrigade on the march to Paris, lias held the following appointments, — Lieut Governor of Guernsey; 
LicutGovcnior of Upper Canada, Commander of the Forces in Canada ; Governor General of British North 
America; l.ord High Commissioner in the Ionian Islands; and Commander of the Forces in Ireland. 
Has received the Grand Cross of the Bath, and of Hanover, and of St. Aliehael and St. George; the Order uf 
Mai ia Theresa of Austria, of the Tower and Swurd of Portugal, and of St. George of Russia; the Waterloo 
Medal ; the Gold Cross and three Clasps ; the Silver War Medal with five Clasps. Was severely woundid at 
Ciudad Ro<lrigo. 

2 Captain l>almer served the Eastern campaign of 1854-S.'j with the lltli Hussars, inclndln: the ufTair of 
BulKanuk, battles ol Alma, lialakluva, and Inkerman.and siege of Si battopol (.Mednl and Clasps). 

;i Captain MarshiiU served in the Crimea during Sept. 1825 as Aide de Camp to Sir James Scarlett (Medal 
and Clasp for Stbiu-topol). 

4 Colonel Curion served as a Lieutenant in the 2nd Battalion of the Rifle Brigade in the Indian campaign 
of 1H57-3H, including the action! at Cawnpore, siege and capture of Lucknow; subsequently with lUiss' 
Camel Corps, and present at the battle of Golowlee and capture of Calpee (Medal and Clasps^ 

t B 2 



128 



Years' Serv. 


G7 


Full 


Half 


Hay. 


Pay. 


31 





21 





21 





19 





16 





14 





8 





7 





8 





7 





7 





(3 





6 





6 





5 





4 





4 





4 





4 





3 





3 





3 





3 





2 





1 





3 





30 





6 





20 





7 





7 






Royal Regiment of Horse Guards. 

"PENINSULA" "WATERLOO." 



Colonel.— T^ Ung\\, Viscount Goxagh,' KP. GCB. Ens.l Ang. 94; Lieut. U Oct. 

04; C«/j^.25Jiine03; i>/fy. 8Aug.05; ii^.CoZ. 29 July 09; CoZ. 12 Aug.19; 

3Inj. Gen. 22 July 30 ; Lieut. Gen. 23 No v. 41 ; Gen. 20 June 54 ; Colonel of 

Royal Horse Guards, 29 June 55. 
Lieut. Colonel. — Richard Henry R. Howard Vyse, Cornet, P30 Nov. 30; Lt. 

P31 May 33; Capt. P27 Sept. 42; Maj. §• i^.CoZ. p 21 April 54; Co?. 28 

Nov. 54; Lt.Col. P30 Sept. 59. 
Jl/fyo;-.— Hugh Smith Baillie, Cornet, P 3 April 40; i^. p 24 Mar. 43; Capt. 

p 7 Aug. 46 ; Brev.Maj. 20 Oct. 58 ; Maj. §• Lt.Col. p30 Sept. 59. 



Captains. 
Lord Geo. John Manners 

Robert Sheffield 

Duncan James Baillie . . 

Thomas Leslie^ 

R.M.L.WilliamsBulkeley 
Owen Lewis C. Williams 
William Wray Hartopp'' 
Henry P. Keighly Peach 

Lieutenants. 
flb«.GeoffreyR.Clegg Hill 
Alan P., Lord Garlics .. 

Edward Havward 

Walter Palk Care w 

Philip Bennet 

Fras. Geora;e Auar. Fuller 



P 15 Dec. 54 
P 15 June 55: 
10 April 55 
P28 Dec. 55 
P 25 Mar. 56 
P24 Feb. 67 1 
MvllesB.Bowyer AdderieylP 10 Mar. 57 j 



!' 20 Oct. 40 
P 22 July 42 
P 28 Feb. 45 
P 6 Feb. 47 
P 27 May 53 
P 12 May 54 
p 1 1 Mar. 53 
P 9 June 54 



Cecil Edward Martyn- 

Cornets. 
John Albert Craven 
Cecil Robt. St. John Ives 
Thos. Chas. D. Wliitmore 
Dig-by H. Rich. Wingfield 
Robert M'Alpine, Adj. . . 
Fred. Gustavus Burnaby 
Chas. Fitzg. R. Rushout 



P 19 June 67 

p 18 Dec. 57 
P 15 Jan. 58 

14 May 58 
P 26 Oct. 68 

24 Dec. 58 
P30 Sept. 69 
P 6 Jan. 60 



LIEUT 




P 4 Aug 


43 


P 28 Feb. 


45 


P28 Sept 


47 


p 4 Mar 


63 


P28 Dec. 


55 


P 25 Jan. 


56 


8 Dec. 


54 


P30 Sept 


56 


P27 Mar. 57 1 


P 16 June 


57 


13 Aug. 


57 


P18 Dec, 


57 


p 2 Feb. 


58 


P 15 June 


68 


P 1 Apr. 


59 


P 31 July 


60 



CAPTAIN. .BREV.MAJ. 

P 5 Feb. 47 26 Oct. 68 

P 13 July 49 

P 21 April 54 

P 28 Dec. 55 

P18 Dec. 57 

P 7 May 58 

Pi Apr. 59 

P 30 Sept. 59 



5 Lieut. Martyn served as a 
Midshipman in the Royal Xavy 
in the Black Sea, including the 
bombardment of Odessa and 
that of Sebastopol on the 17th 
Oct. 1854, served also in the 
Crimea with the Naval Brigade 
from 18th July to 15th Sept. 
1855 (Turkish and Crimean 
Medals with one Clasp). 



Adjutant. — Cornet Robert M'Alpine, 24 Dec. 58. 

Quarter Master. — Herbert Turner, 1 Jan. 31. 

Itiding Master. — John Boswell, 25 March 66. 

Surgeon. — Cosmo Gordon Logic, M.D. 26 Nov. 62 ; Assist. Surg. 5 Oct. 41« 

Assistant Surgeon. — John Crown Agnis, 11 Aug. 64. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Mathew John Harpley,'' 24 Apr. 54. 
Blue — Facings Scarlet. 
Agents, Sir Charles R. M'Grigor, Bt., and Walter M'Grigor, Esq. 
[^Returnedfroni France, 2 February 1816.] 
' 1 Lord Gough' served at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope, and the Dutch Fleet in Saldanha Bay, 
1795. Served afterwards in the West Indies, including the attack on Porto Rico, the brigand war in St. 
Lucia, and capture of Surinam. Proceeded to the Peninsula in 1809, and commanded the 87th at the battles" 
of Talavera, Barrosa,Vittoria, and Nivelle, for which engagements he has received a GoldCross. He also com- 
manded the Regiment at the defence of Cadiz and of Tarifa (slightly wounded in the head). At the 
battle of Talavera his horse was shot under him, and he himself was afterwards severely wounded in the 
gide bya shell,— for hisconduct in this action the Duke of Wellington subsequently recommended that his 
Lieut.Colonelcy should be ante-dated to the date of his Dispatch, thus making him the iirst officer who 
ever received Brevet rank for services performed inthe field at the head of aregiment. At Barrosa his 
Regiment captured the Eagle of the 8th French Regiment ; and at Vittoria they captured the Baton of 
Marshal Jourdan. At the Nivelle he was again severely wounded. Commanded the Land Force atCanton 
—for which he was made a GCB.— and during nearly the whole of the operations in China,— for which 
service he was created a Baronet. On the 29th Dec. 1843, with the right wing of the army of Gwalior he 
defeated a Mahratta force at Maharajpore, and captured 56 guns, &c. In 1845 and 4fi the Army nnder'his 
Lordship's persoiialcommand defeated the Seik Army at Moodkee, Ferozeshah,and Sobraon, for which and 
previous services he was raised to the Peerage; and, in 1819, he Was created a Viscountafter his crowning 
\ietory over the Seiks at Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). His Lordship is also a Knight of Charles the 3rd of 



Spain. 

3 Captain 
Alma, whili' 



4 Captain 
through the Ic^'i iuifl T.li.Tnaya,; 

7 Veterinary Buigeoii Ilinij'lrv 
the afl'airs of Bulgan;ic and ,M k 
topol and repulse of Uie Sortie <i 
was present nt the action of Pan 
(Medal and Clasp). 



^iv(il in tlie Eastern campaign of 1854, and was severely wounded at the battle of the 
as (.rdirly olficerto Lord Raglan (Medal and Clasps). 

,. s, I vcd the Eastern campaign of 18.51-5.'), including the battles of Ealaklava (shot 

1 'r,.i,,.,n.>,.o nnd siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

5i'rved with the li. Artillery the Eastern Campaign of 1854-55, including 
■nzie's Farm, baitles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, siege of Sebas- 
1 the 26lli Oct. 1854 (Medal and Clasps). Served in India in 1857-58, and 
Jora, storm and capture of Meangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow 



Depoiftfmtcrbury. ] l*"'^ {Tlic Kii/f/\'>) Rrgimeiit of Dror/oon Guards. 129 

Yea rs- Sei^ The King's Cypher withhi tlic Garter.—" WATCKLOO" " SEVASTOPOL." 
Gl ] CVo/it/.— 13 ^■/■/• Tliomas \Vm. Bnithertoii,' KCU. ^/u. 24 Jan. 1800 ; Lt. k 
~^f C'«/)<.-27 July 01 ; J/^^. iI8 Nov. 1 1 ; jL/.CW. 19 May 14 ; fW. 2'2 July 30; 
Puy. Maj. Gen. 23 Nov. 41 ; Lt.Gcn. 11 Nov. 01 ; Gat. 1 Aj.r. CO; Colonel Ist 

: Dragoon Oiiards, 17July.VJ. 

Lt.Colouels.— Y\\Qmns\\ax\v,- Cor., n 13 June 34 ; Lt. p 23 Dec. 3G; Capt. 

V 7 May 47 ; Maj., i' 13 Dee. 50 ; Lt.Col. i'2 Nov. 5o ; Col. \b Sept. 60. 
James Robert Steadman Saver,* Comet, f 23 May 4.j; Ll. i'31 Mar. 48; Capt. 
I P22 Nov. 50 ; Major, " G Feb. 57 ; Lt.Col. i'21 Oct, 59 
Majors.— TUoim\s. Nisbet," Cornet, P29 May 49; Lieut, p8 Nov. 50; Capt. P12 

Nov. 52 ; Major, v 25 Feb. 59. 
Herbert Dawson Slade,^ Cornet, P 25 Oct. 42; i;e^<^ P9 June 4G; €«;><. p 28 
Aug. 49; Major, p21 Oct. 59. 



CAPTAIN'S. 

Emanuel Braflbuvy .. 

Thomas John Mitchell' 

•^\ Henry Alexander'' .... 

U Evelyn Harpur Crewe . . 

Walter Clopton Wingficld 

Joseph Ernest F.dlmann . . 



COKNKT. 



Arthur Jas. P. Wadniau- 

James Ciunter* 

, Henry Marlow Sidney . 

Waller Ashe 

I Lieutenants. 
iR. Jas. Combe Marter . 
Robt. Alf. Loraine Grews'i p 10 June 53 



8 Dec. 4G 
Pl2 July 50 
P 3 Sept. 47 
P14 Mar. 51 
P 18 April 51 
P 19 April 51 

23 No v. 52 
P 18 Feb. 53 
P13 May 53 
P 21 Jan. 53 

P 18 Jan. 51 



David \\-Ati,^Adj 

Charles Levett 

Chas. Rob. Kerr Hubback 
Richard Harpur Crewe.. 
William Edw. Marsland . 
Leonard Wilson Atkinson 
George Henry Bowyer .. 

I COKNETS. 

i Henry Barker 

j Frederick Sedley 

Herbert H. Forbes Gifford 
Thos. Armstrong Gough . . 

! James Greatovex 

' Wm. Potter Stephenson.. 
John Nethercote 

! Thomas Albert Qiiin 

; Philip Chetwode Browne 



11 May 55 
^15 Feb. .5G 
7 Mar. 5G 
P21 Nov. 5G 
P17 Feb. 57 
P 7 Nov. 5G 

27 Aug. 57 



28 Aug. 
24 Oct. 
23 Oct. 
31 May 
P18 Oct. 

2 Mar. 

3 July 
P 18 Sept, 
P 21 Dec. 



25 May 48 1 
4 April 51 , 
G Dec. 50 j 
3 June 53 j 

2G June 55 j 

26 June 55 
9 Oct. 55 ' 

21 Nov. 5G 
14 Aug. 57 
' 28 April 54 



P 29 Apr. 53 
P14 Aug. 57 
24 Aug. 57 
P 25 Aug. 57 
P 30 April 58 
V 6 Aug. 58 
PIG Dec. 58 
5 Mar. 58 
P 21 Dec. GO 



CAPT AX 


N. 

55 


2G June 


P G Feb. 


57 


•• 1 Feb. 


5G 


P 30 Apri 


58 


<• G Aug 


58 


P 10 Dec 


58 


P 25 Feb. 


59 


P21 Oct. 


59 


p 21 Sept 


GOl 


p 7 Dec 


58 1 



JUEV.MAJ. 



6 Lieut. Colonel Saver, Major 
Nisbel, Captain Gunter, Lieut. 
Wale, Paymaster Smith, and 
Qr. Slast. Bradbury, served in 
tlie Crimean campaign from 
Kith August l!<o5, inrluding 
I lie siege of Sebaslopol (Medal 
and Clasp). 

8 Doctor Jephson served in 
charge <if the Cist tlie Punjaub 
campaipn of 1848-9, and was 
present at tlie pa-sage of the 
Chenab, and at the battles of 
Sadoolapore, Cliillianwallah, 
and Goojerat (5Icd;il and 
Clasps). He served also in me- 
dical charge of part of the 60ih and 61st Regis, in 
the Euzofzje country under Lieut. Col. Bradsliaw. 
Served on the Stall and with the 1st Dr. Gds. 
in the Crimean campaign in 1855, including the 
siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp, and 6lh 
Class of the Mcdjidie). 

7 Captain Alexander served with the 10th 
Hussars in the Crimea from 7lh July IKofi, in- 
rluding the batlleof theTchernaya and siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 



I Prtv»(rt5^er.— William Smith,* 13 July 55; Qr.Masier, 23 April 52. 
' Adjutant. — Lieut. David Wale,* G July 55. 
Quarter Master. — John Bradbury,* 20 July 55. 
i Hiding Master. — George Raymcnt, 14 Jlarch 56. 

' SMTf/eOH.— William Holmes Jephson,** MD. 12Jan.55; Asslst.Surg.\'2 5\x\y A\. 
Assistant Surgeons.— EA^anl Louis M'Sheehy, MD. 27 May 57. 
Joseph Watt.*, 5 April 55. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — 

Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[Returned from the Crimea, July 185G. Embarked for India, 24 Aug. 1857.] 
I Sir Thomas Brolherlon served in Egypt under Sir Ralph Abcrrroniby in 1801; in Germany under 
Lord Cathcart in 1805; in Portugal, Spain, and France during the whole of the Peninsular war from 1808 
to 1814, and has received the War Medal wiih eight Clasps for the battles of Uusaco, Kueiiles dOnor, 
Salamanca (wounded), Vittoria, Pyrenees, NiviUe, and Nive, in which last battle he was wounded and 
taken prisoner. Betides these he was present at all the cavalry affairs and skirmishes in which his Hegt. 
the 14tb Lieht Dragoons was engaged, and was at the action on the Coa : he was wounded several times in 
these skirmishes. j , j i- j 

» Colourl Pmitle tervti with the ICth Lancer> during the campaign In AITghaniiUn nndrr Lord Krane, and wai preient 
at the »ief f and capture of Ghuincc ( Medal ). Al»o the campaign on the SuUej in 1846, including the battles of BuddiwaJ, 
Alioal (irounded), and Sobraon (Medal and ClaapO. 

3 Major Slade. Captains Mitchell, and Wadman, and Lieut. Grews, Berved in the Crimean campaign from 
Aug. 1853, including the battle of the Tcbemaya and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 



130 



r Luclsnow. 
LDepot, Canterbury. 



Years 


•Sen. 


63 






full 


Hall 


Pay. 


Pay. 


14 


U 


25 





10 


.\ 


10 


1^. 


10 





8 





11 





8 





6 





6 





15 





9 





5 





13 





5 





6 





4 





4 





4 





4 





5 





3 





4 





3 





4 





3 





3 





3 





3 





2 





2 





2 





1 





2 





10 





2 





3 





3 





3 





17 





8 





6 





7 






2nd (TJie Queen's) Regiment of Dragoon Guards. 

Tlie Royal Cypher within the Garter. 
Colo7iel.—\^ Hon. Henry F. Compton Cavendish,' Lieut, p 26 May 08 ; Capt. p6 June 11 ; 

Major, P2 April 18; Lt.Col. p12 July 21; Col. 10 Jan. 37; Maj.Gen. 9 Nov. 46; 

Lt.Gen. 20 June 54; Col. 2nd Dr. Gds. 2 June 53. 
Lieut. Colonels.— Wniiiim Henry Seymour,'^ CB. Hus. P7 May 47; Lieut. 10 June 52; 

Capt. -29 Dec. 54 ; Major, 13"May 58 ; Lt.Col. 7 July 58. 
Cliarlis Pyndar Beauclmmp Walker ,» ^ns. p27 Feb. 36; Lieut. 21 June 39; C(ipt.P'22 

Dec. 36 ; Major, v 8 Dec. 54 ; Lt.Col. p 9 Nov. 55 ; Col. 9 Nov. 60. 
3/cy"07-*.— Coote Synge Hutchinson/ Cornet, P 14 June 50; Lieut. Pi Au^. 51 ; Capt. p SO 

Nov. 55 ; Major, 7 July 58 ; Bt. Lt.Col. 26 April 59. 
Henry Miles Stapylton,* £:ns. G Dec. 50 ; Lieut. ? 11 Mar. 53 ; Cajjt. p 11 July 56 ; Major, 

P 17 Sept. 58. 



Captains. 
M. James Bradley Dyne . 
Francis Graham Powell ^ 
Henry Holden Steward^ 
GoodVich H. Allfrey ^ .. 
S. Calvert '°(Q.,1/.5.Tan.5.=i) 
WalterColquhounGrunt" 
Gi orge Thomas Goiigh '^ 
William Henry Home .. 
George Eugene Logan '^. . 

Arthur Cassidy'* 

Lieutenants. 
Thomas Wm. Sneyd '^ . . 
George Fred. Ormsby '^. . 
William Thomas Foster ^^ 
H.JolmdeMontmorency'* 
William Jones Thomas '^ 

Francis O'Beirue^o 

Charles G.Alfred Barnes =' 
Rowland Veiteh Betty .. 

Charles Lever 2^ 

Edward Vandeleur . . . . 

Cornets. 
Robert Henry Torrens-^=. 
John Taylor Marshall . . 
Frederick Greatore.x^^ . . 
Howard James Barton . . 

George Batiey 

Westropp M'Mahon Weir 

Allen Deane/" J(/; 

Arthur Brett 

Benjamin Edmonds .... 
Thomas Gerard Elrington 



COHNET. 



P 12 Dec 51 
P 20 Sept. 53 
P12 Apr. 50 
P 21 Sept. 53 
9 Oct. 55 

30 Nov. 55 

4 Apr. 46 

P 27 Aug. 52 

15 Apr. 56 
P17 Nov. 48 

P 2 May 56 

P 28 Dec. 55 

P 19 June 57 

20 June 57 

24 July 57 

P 7 Aug. 57 

8 Jan. 56 

12 Feb. 58 

17 Aug. 57 

23 July 58 

28 Aug. 57 
6 Aug. 58 

P 26 Mar. 58 

26 Oct. 58 
P 26 Nov. 58 

11 Feb. 59 

24 May 59 
16 Aug. 59 

27 Ajn-. 60 

29 July 59 



lEUT. CAPTAIN. 



P27 May 53 [P 16 June 57 



14 Sept. 55 

P 11 June 52 

p 30 Nov. 55 

16 June 57 

] 6 June 57 

P 9 June 48 

14 Sept. 55 

16 June 57 

P 14 June 50 

P 24 July 57 
P 7 Aug. 57 

5 Mar. 58 

7 JIar. 58 
13 May 58 

7 July 58 

29 Mar. 59 

P 24 Jan. 60 

29 Feb. 60 
P 2 Mar. 60 



iUEV.MAJ. BT. LT.COL. 



P 24 July 67 

Pll July 56 

7 Mar. 58 

20 Dec. 58 

29 Mar. 59 

7 July 57 

P31 Aug. 58 

29 Feb. 60 

15 June 58 



14 Captain Cassidy served with the 78th 
Highlaiifiers in the Persi m war in 1857, in- 
cluding the night attack and battle of Koo- 
shab, bombardment of Blohumiah, and ex- 
pedition to Ahwaz. Servel in Bengal with 
Havelock's Column from its first taking the 
field in July 1857, including the actions of 
Futtehpore, Anung, Pandoo Nuddee, Cawn- 
pore, Onao, Bu>ecrutgunge (1st and 2nd), 
Boorbeakech^wkee, Bithoor, and the several 
actions K-ading to and ending in the relief 
nf Lucknow and subsequent defence; with 
Outiara's force at Alumbath, including the 
repulse of the numero\is attacks, anl opera- 
tions ending in the final capture ot Lucknow; 
also throughout the campaign in R'hilcund 
under Lord Clyde, a- Brigade i\Iajor to the 
2nd Brigade, including the capture of Barielly 
(Medal and Clasps). 



Paymaster. — Fred. Windham Lukin,-* 10 Aug. 55 ; Ens. P 16 May 51; Lt. P 18 Nov. 53. 

Adjutant. — Cornet Allen Deane,^" 24 May 59. 

Instructor of M^ishetry.— Cornet J. T. Marshall, 4 March 59. 

Quarter Master. — Benjamin Holloway, 5 Oct. 58. 

Riding Maater — James Russell, 24 Sept. 58. 

6^M/y<'0«- —Hampden Hugh Massy,2^MD.,28 Mar. 54 ; Assist. Surg. 22 Nov. 44. 

Assistant Surgeons. — Robert Fleetwood Andrews, =^ 30 Sept. 53. 

John Noble Sliipton, 23 Mar. 55. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Tom Parinder Gudgin,^' 13 Oct. 54. 

ScavUt. — Facings Buff.— Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[Returned from France, 8 November 1818. Embarked for India, 24 July 1 857.] 

1 Lieut.General the Hon. Henry Cavendish served in the Peninsula from July 1808 to January 1809 and was wounded 
through the wrist at the battle of Corunna, where he served as Aide-de-Camp to Lord William Bentinck He has the 
War Medal with two Clasjis for Sahasun and Benovente, and Corunna. 

2 LtCol. S.'ym.)ur served with thefiSih Light Infantry during the Crimnan campaign of 1854-.55, including the battles of 
Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and four Clasps). Served wiih the 2nd Dra-oon Guards 
in the Indian campaign in 1858-59, including the action of Nusserutpore, siege and capture of Lucknow (charger woundedl 
subs-quent operai ions, action of Nawab?unge (in command of three squadrons and reoccupation of Pyzabad), Com- 
manded the Retrimeni throughout the Oudo campaign, including the action olJamo (wounded), siege and capture of Birwah 
and Trans-Gosra i.tfairs at Iiunga..u (frequently mentioned in despatches, Medal and Clasp, and CB.). 

3 Colonel Walker served tlic; Kastern campaign of IS.H, as Aide de Cami) to the Earl of Lucan, including t!ie battles of the 

,\i^f .1 p''' " '"''"' "' ■" "' - "' '''"^'"I"'l: "-''s also at the Cavahy affair the day previous to Alma; at the sur- 

m^ntMfs'i 'i ',''' ' , ' ',' , ' ^--rvcd as a vohuitcer on hoard II..M..S'. /fW/fr«/;AoH at the bombar-d- 

forreJtSrrr '■•,', ' 1 - I ' ' ' ■ " ,' "'I"; ^"^-''J "' """ "''^'^ '" 1"'^'' '" ^^'"'^^ '"'s'- '" Command of a field 

L^tnpanied ..r ,„,,. ...n, „„„. >:.,:.,, ,,,;„;„ i,.e.,:;iinS;e:;'t^.!'atV;;:''je"?j;:^^a:^S^r'"^'^^ °^ "'^ ^°^""^ ^^^"^ 

Newabghur (menUoned in despatches, Medal and Clasp, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). i^ungaon ana 



2nil [The Queen's) Begment of Dragoon Gnanh: 131 

5 Major Stapylton acTed in the Indian campaiftn in 1358-S9, including; tUc action of Nusscrutpore, siege and capture of 
Lucknow (cliurner wounded), subsequent operations, actions of Koorsee and Nawalmunffc, the Oudc carnpiUKii, action of 
Jumo, sicpp and capture of liirwnh, and TransGojfra affairs at Knni;aon j he commanded a squadron of the Bavs and 
Uruinmond's Police Cavalry (Natives) on a detached operation at Jamu. in conjunction witli the icinaindcr o) the Cavalry 
under Colonel Seymour: and during the operations agiunst Sirardos Sing near Secrora he also had a squadron partly detached 
(mentioned in despatches. Medal and Claspi. 

ti Captain I'owell served in the Indian campaiRn in 1358-39, including the action of Nusscrut[iorc, siege and capture of 
Lucknow, subsequent operations, action of Koorsee, the Oude campaign, and commanded a detached squadron at the affair 
of Sclinipore, and Trans-Gogra affairs at Hungaon and Ncwabghur mentioned in dcspatclies. Medal and Clasp). 

7 Captain Steward served in the Indian campaign, aud was present at the affair of Uawah, and Trans-Gogra affairs at Bun- 
gaon (.Mc(lal). 

8 Captain Allfrey served in the Indian campaign in 1958-59, including the siege and capture of Lucknow, subsequent 
operations, action of Koorsee, the Oude campaign, and Trans-Gogra affairs at Kungaon and Ntwahnlmr (.Medal and Clasp). 

10 Captain Calvert served as Adjutant of the 2nd Dragoon Guards in the Indian campaign in 1SJ8 59, including the sii-jje 
and capture of Lucknow. subsequent operations, action of Koorsee, the Oude campaign, action of Jamo (charger wounded), 
siege and capture of Birwah (mentioned in despatches. Medal and Clasp). 

11 Captain Ciiant (formerly a Captain in ilie Sud Uranoons) served willi the Eastern Army from Nov. I8.'j4 as Captain 
Commandant of the .Mounted Staff Corps, wliii local rank of Major ^Medul and Clavp for Seba^tupol). Served also from 
Oct. 18.55 to thecoiielusioii of llie war as Assist.Qr.Ma>t.Gen. to the Cavalry JJivifiion Turkish Ci>ntin(;cnt, with the local rank 
of Lt.Colonel (4ili Class of the Medjiilie). Served with the and DiMeoon Guards in the Indian campaiKn In IS.OS-iJ'J, in- 
cludin;; the action of Nusserulporc, siego and c iptiire of Lucknow, snbiequeiit operations, and action of Koor.^ee (.Medal 
and Cla^p). 

IJ CapiAin Goufth «er\ed with the 3rd Lijtht nrni;onns tlirouithout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, includiu|t the action of Ilam- 
nug^ur, passage ol' the Chcnab, battles uf .s« i .; i, r , i liiiliHUwallsh, and Goojerat (Medal and two Uluspj). Served witli tlic I2ih 
Lancers lhrou;boul the Kaffir war of I8il:i 1 I ai present with every expedition, including the action of Brrca, where he 

couimsiided the deiachiocDts of cavalry with > ' i n , in's column (mentioned in General Orders and dispatches), and for one 

year eomiuandrd Sir Georec's escort until pc:ir ■ v , . . .i-i,. I. Served in the Crimen with the I2ih Lancers from their landinjc on the 8th 
May ISii, iueluding the sieg.- and fall of Sebii^u.,. .), ij.iiiic ui liliernay.i, and operations near Eupatoria under Geticral D'AUonvUlc (Medal 
and Clasp). 

13 I. aptain Logan served in the Indian campaign in 1858-59, including the siege and capture of Lucknow, subsequent opera- 
tions, action of Koorsee, the Oude campaign, action of Jamo, siege and capture of Birwah, tiud Trans-Gogra affairs at Bun- 
gaon and Ncwabghur (Medal and Clasp). 

15 Lieut. Sncy'd served in the Indian campaign in 1858-59, including the action of Nusscrutporc, siege and capture of Luck- 
now, subsequent operations, and action of Koorsee (Medal and Claspi. 

l(i Lieut. Ormsby served in the Indian campaign in 1858-59, was present with the Hegt. at the action of Nusserutpore, 
commanded a detachment at the relief of Azimehur, and served the Oude campaign, latterly as Orderly Officer to Brigadier 
Barker, including the action of Jamo, siege and capture of Birwah, and Trans-Gogra affairs at Bungaon and Ncwabghur 
(Medal). 

17 Lieut. Foster served in the Indian campaign in 1858-59, including the siege and capture of Lucknow, subsequent 
operations, action of Koorsee and affairs at Hungaon (Medal and Clasp). 

18 Lieut, de Montmorency served the Oude campaign of 1858-59, including the affair of Goorec, and Trans-Gogra affairs at 
Buniraon (.Medal). 

19' Lieut. Tho..ias served the Oude campaign of 1838-59, including the siege and capture of Birwah, and Trans-Gogra affairs 
at Hungaon (.Medal). 

20 Lieut. O'Beirnc served the Oudc campaign of 1858-59, including the crossing of the Gogra at Fyzabad, and affairs at 
Bungaon (Medal). 

21 Lieut. Barnes served the Oudc campaign of 1858-59, including the affair of Dawah, and Trans-Gogra affairs at Bungaon 
and Ncwabghur (Medal). 

2.! Paymaster Lukin served with the 17th Foot at the siege of Sebaatopol from Dec. 1854 to June 1855 (Medal and Clasp). Served with the 
Snd Dr. Uuards in the Indian campaign of 1858-59, including the siege and capture of Lucknow and Traos-Gogra alTairs at Bungaon (Medal 
and Clasp). 

21 Doct.ir Missy served with the 81st Best, towards the close of the Suilej campaijjn in 1816. Served the Eastern cam- 
paiin of 1854-55 with the l*th Lancers, including the affairs of Bulianak and M'Kenzii's Farm, battles of /»lma, Bala- 
klava, Inkerman, and Tchernava, and siege and fall ol Sebastopol (Medal and Clu.sps, 5th Class of tlieMedjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). .Served with the 2nd Dr. Guards in the Indian campaiv'n of ltl5S-59, including the sie;e and capture of Lucknow, 
action of Koorsee, and Trans-Gi-gra affairs at Bungaon (Medal and Clasp). 

26 A<si«l. Surgeon Andrews served with the 1st Dr. Gds. in the Crimea from Ang. ISiS, inclading the battle of the Tchcmaya and 
siege nf SebaMopol (Medal and Clasp). Served with the -Jnd Dr. Guards in the Indian campaiirn in 1458-69 including the siege ana cap- 
ture of Lucknow, and actions of Koorsee and Nawabgunge, Trana-Gogra affairs at Bungaon (Medal and Clasp). 

27 Veterinary Surgeon Gud;:iii servei the Easttrn campaign of 1854-55, includini the all.iir of MeKenzio's Farm, battles 
of Balaklnva, inkerman, and Tchernaya, >iege and fail of Sebastopol (MeJal and Clasps). Served in the Indian cam- 
paign in 1853-59, iiiclu.iing the siege and ea;itiire of Lucknow, the Oude campaign, action of Jumo, siege and cajiture of 
Birwah, and Tr.ins-Gogra alfairs at Btin«;aon (Medal and Clusp). 

28 Lieut, l.cvcr scncd in the Indian campaign in 1859 including the Trans-Gogra affairs at Bungaon (Mcilal). 

29 Comets ToTcns aud Greatorex served in the Indian campaign in ll559, including the Trans-Gogra affairs at Bungaon anil 
>ewabghur (Medidi. Cornel Torrens served as ;Vidc dc Camp to ."^ir Hope Graut in the final caiupaign against the iNann in 
Oude in .\pril and .May 1859, and was present at the storming of tlie rebels' posiioii in ihc Jurwar Pass on 21st May— wounded. 

30 Cornet Ueane served in the Indian campaign of iM57-o9 and was present at the battle nf Budlckeserai. and at Delhi through- 
out the si' ge operations, the assault, and captiue nf the citv; also actions of BolundsUuliur and Allygltiir, battle of Agra 
(wounded*, affair of .Maraigunge, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, attack on the Gwalior niutinceis at Caunpore and Scraighat, 
action of Khodagunge, operations .igainst Lucknow from 2nd to 19th Mar'h. attack on Rooyali, action ot Allyjunge, capture of 
Bareillv, action near Sbalyebanpore and advance on Mahomdce, passage of the Gogra, and uifiiirs at Muddcitgou aaU Mcmdakote 
(Medal and Cksp). 



[Continuation of Notes to 3rd Dragoon Guards.] 
T Capt. Corriean served as a Lieutenant in the 74tli in the Kaffir war of 1851-52 (slightly wounded), and was afterwards 
attached to, and served with, the Cape .Mounted RiHes as a Volunteer (Jledal). 

8 Lieut. Richmond served with the inth Ilutfars in the Crimean campaign from I7th April 1855, and was present at the 
capture of Tchergaun, battle of the Tehernaya, siego and (all of Sebastopol (Medal and Cla*p). 

9 Lieut. White served with the 47th Ri gt. at the sieijo of Sebastopol from 14 Nov. 1854 to 18 Jan. 1855 (Medal and Clasp), 

10 Surseon Allen served in the field with the Cape Mounted Uitleinen during the KulKr war of I84K-47, and was present 
durinc many severe skirniithes (.Medal). 

11 As-i&t.Stirseon White served In the Easlertt eampnltsn of 1851-55, including the taking of Kertch and Yenikall, siege 
and full of Sebastopol, bombardment and surrender of the forts of Kinbourn (Medal and Clasp). 

12 Vet-rlnary Surgeon Hurlord served with the Idtli Lancers during the eaiiipaleii in Atlf lianlstan under Lord Kenne, 
Includinc the 4ieee nnri enpture nf Gbiiinee (MednO. He was nlso in ihi- action nt Mnlnirajporc, -.lllli I)i.r. 1R4.') (Medal). 
Served with the Olh Lancers at Sobraon (MedaM: also in ilie Ptinjanb campaign of 1848-49. inelinlinij the lasiage of the 
Cheiiab nt Ramnuceuf, and battles of Cbillianwallali and OooJ.-rot i Mediil and Claspa). Served In 1857 at the siege and 
capture of Delhi, actions uf Boulnndshnr and .Vlliglmr, b ilile of Aitra, and reliefs of Lucknow and Cawnpore. 

13 Assist. Siirzeon Stanley served the Etutern campaign of 1854-55, Including the buttles of Alma and Inkeriian, and siege 
of Sebastopol (Medal and Clnstis). 

14 Cornet Dawson served with the lOth Hussars In the Crimean campaign from 17th April I85.% and wa? jirescnt at the 
capture of Chorgaun, battle of the Tchernaya, »iege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 



132 Zrd{The Prince of Wales' s)Regt. of Dragoon Guards. [ cepojcanterbm-y. 

"TALAVERA" " ALBUHERA" " VITTORIA" " PENINSULA." 
Colonel— 3o\\n Scott,' CB., Cornet, v A May 15 ; Lt. -"26 Oct. 15; Capt.v-29, 

June 21; Maj. ^9 Nov. 26; Lt.Col.bl Aug. SO; Col. 10 June 46; Maj. 

GeJi. 20 June 54; Lt.Gen. 13 Oct. 60 ; Col. 3rcl Dr. Gds., 13 Feb. 59. 
/.(■«<;;. Co/o?ie/«.— Michael William Smith,- CB., Ens. p 19 Nov. 30; Lt. p 21 Feb. 

34 ; Gaft. p 23 April 39 ; Maj. 9 Feb. 47 ; Lt. Col. p 8 Mar. 50 ; Col. 28 Nov. 54. 
Fenwick Bovee Barron, Cor. p 8 May 40 ; Lient. P 26 Sept. 45 ; Capt. p 29 Dec. 

46; Major, 16 June 57 ; Lt.Col. p1 Apr. 69. 
Af«/o?-s.— Henry Marsh, Co?'. p5 Aug. 42; Lieut. P12 May 43; Capt. P 7 June 

50; il/rtj. P24 July 57. 
Frank Chaplinj'^t Cor. p 8 May 46 ; Lieut. 31 Oct. 48 ; Cai^t. p 8 Apr. 63 ; 

Major, P 1 Apr. 59| 



Years' serv. 


40 


Full 


Half 


Pay. 


Pay. 








28 


■2h. 


21 





19 





15 





17 





18 


?^ 


10 


T^ 


9 





18 


7. 


21 


7. 


8 





8 





7 





6 





8 





8 





8 





5 





5 





6 





4 





4 





4 


1 


4 





4 





4 





4 





3 





3 





3 





2 





3 





5 





5 





3 





8 





18 





7 





7 





26 






Captains. 

Conyers Tower ^ 

John Miller* 

James Swinburne . . . 

Aruudell Neave 

Francis John MacFarlane^ 
Thomas John Francis^ . 
John Joseph Corrigan'. 
Henry W. Berkeley ... 

Robert Norwood 

John Charles Boucher . 

Lieutenants. 
Hy. Fullerton Richmond 
William Blenkinsop,R.M. 
Alfred Henderson White '" 
Geo. Romuey Rawlinson 

James Don, ^<7; 

Nathaniel Gould 

Edward Maunder 

iirthur C. Van Courtlandt 
ClermontHughCostobadie 
Philip Herbert Elliot 

Cornets. 
Joseph Wm. Fitzgerald. . 

Thomas Dawson '* 

Fra. Anthony S. Mannock 
Robert George Smith .. 
Winship Percival Roche 

Edwin Brett 

John Lloyd Egginton .. 
George Francis Robertson 



coknet. 



P 7 June 44 
8 Nov. 42 
P17 Sept. 50 
P 9 July 62 
P 6 Jan. 43 
P 14 June 39 
P 18 Feb. 63 
P 13 May 63 
P 14 July 54 
P28 Dec. 65 

P 21 Jan. 53 

23 Dec. 63 
P 15 Jul V 53 
P 29 Aug. 66 

12 Dec. 56 

15 May 55 

P 30 June 57 

24 July 57 
P 5 June 57 
P31 July 67 



14 July 57 

16 Oct. 57 

17 Oct. 57 
8 Jan. 58 
6 Aug. 58 

13 Aug. 68 
P31 May 59 
P 23 Apr, 58 



LIEUT 


. 


P 6 June 


45 


4 June 45 | 


P 8 Apr. 


53 


P19 May 


54 


P24 Oct. 


46 


P 1 July 


42 


P29 June 


55 


9 Oct. 


55 


18 June 


57 


18 June 


57 


P 24 Mar. 54 | 


P 29 Feb. 


66 


P 29 Dec. 


54 


P31 Julv 


67 


9 Oct. 


57 


P 9 Oct. 


57 


P 23 July 


58 


Pll Jan. 


69 


12 Nov. 


58 


P 29 Apr. 


69 



CAPTAIN. 



BREV. MAJ. 



P18 Jan. 50 

2 Oct. 55 

P 1 Feb. 66 

16 June 57 
6 July 55 

14 Sept. 55 
P26 Sept. 57 
P29 Oct. 68 
P 29 Apr. 69 
P 18 Nov. 59 



4 Captain Miller served with 
the lOtli Regt. in the campaign 
on the Sutlej in 1846, and was 
present in the battle of Sobraon 
(Medal). 

.'5 Captain MacFarlane served 
in the Sutlej campaign of 1845- 
6, including the battle of So- 
braon (Medal), previous to 
which he was wounded in a 
skirmish close to the Seik en- 
trenchments. He served also 
in the Punjaub campaign of 
1848-9, and was present at the 
passage of the Chenab at Rara- 
nnggur, and battles of Cliillian- 
wallah andGoojerat (Medal and Clasps). 

6 Captain Francis served with the 16th Lancers 
at the actions of Buddiwal and Aliwal, and as 
Aide de CamptoSirJosephThackwellat Sobraon 
(Medal and one Clasp). He served also the Pun- 
jaub campaign of 1848-9, including the passage 
of the Chenab at Ramnuggur, and battles of 
Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). 



Payinaster. — Thomas Marshall Cockerill, W May 56. 

Adjutant. — Lieut. James Don, 12 Dec. 56. 

Instructor of Musketry. — Cornet Edwin Brett, 7 Sept. 59. 

Quarter Master. — Otho Vialls, 22 April 53. 

Surgeon. — Robert Marsliall Allen,'" 28 March 54 ; Assist. Surg. 3 June 43. 

Assistant Surgeons. — Charles John White," 28 March 54. 

St. John Stanley ,'3 24 Feb. 54. [ I July 59. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Richard John Gedaliah Hurford,'^ 17 July 35 ; \st Clas.s, 
Scarlet — Facings YeWovi. — Agents, Messrs. Hopkinson and Co. 
[Returned from France, 25 January 1816. Emharkedfor India, Aug. 1857.] 
1 Lieut. General Scott was present with the Treuch array under Marshal Gerard, at the siege of Antwerp, 
in Dec. 1833 ; iind, by permission of the Marshal, he accompanied the troops upon every occasion during the 
siege. In Oct. 1838, he was appointed to the command of the cavalry of the Bombay division of the army of 
the Indus, as Brigadier; served in thiit rank during the campaigns of 1838 and 39, in Scinde and Affghnnistan, 
and was present at the attack and capture of Ghuznee (Medal). During the latter part of 1839, he commanded 
a detached column, consisting of the wliole of the artillery (excepting 4 guns), the cavalry, and one battalion 
of infantry: this column was destined to secure the subjugation of tipper Seinde, and to co-operate w-ith the 
main column under Sir Thos. Willshire, directed against Khelat (2nd Class Dooranee Empire). In the action 
at MahaiHJporc (Medal) on the 29th Dec. 1843, he commanded a Brigade of Cavalry, as also at the battle of 
Sobriion (Medal). 

2 Colonel Smith was appointed to the Turkish Contingent with local rank of Major General in 1855, ana 
subsequently to the command of the Osmanli Irregular Cavalry, and obtained the Turkish rank of Lieut. 
General (2ncl Class of the Medjdie). Commanded a Brigade during the Cential India campaign, com- 
manded iit the recapture of Chimdairee in May 185S, also at the actions between Kota ka Serai ard Gwalior 
on 17th June ; con.manded a Brigade in the action of the liith June resultiiig in the capture of the city 
and fortress of Gwalior, iilso at the siege and canture of Powree ; commanded at the surprise of the rebel 
camp ut Koondry, also in pursuit of Tantia Topee and the Rao Sahib (Medal and Clasp and CB., fre- 
quently mentioned in despatches). 

2t Major Chaplin served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9 with the 3rd Lisht Dragoons, and was present 
in the aftairof Ramnuggur, passage of the Chenab at Wu^eerabad on the 1st Dec. 1848 with the force under 
Sir Joseph Thackwell, and battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwallah, and Goojerat (Medal and two Clasps). 

3 Captain Tower served with the Gth Dragoons the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of 
Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

[Per remainder of Notes see preceding page. 



Head Qunrtors "l 
at Blrmingham.J 



m (Jinynl Irish) Retjt. of Dragoon Guards. 



133 



Veara'Serv 



On the Standards nnJ Appointiiipnt^ tl 

iththomoilo"V - • '"" - 

Colonel 



CORNET. I LIEUT. 



7 Feb. 40 i' 11 Mar. 42 i p 29 Jan. 47 1 



I CAPTAIN. jnUEV.MAJ. 

Dec. 54 



2(iJuly 44 

' 18 May 4G p 8 Oct. 47 
P 10 May 51 '•> 25 June 52 
"" P17 June 53 
P 24 Jan. 51 
29 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 



P12 Mar. 52 p 17 June 
P17 Sept. 49 
P 13 May 53 
P17 June 53 



P27 Jan. 54 
10 April 55 
23 Feb 
25 Jan 



P 18 July 51 
P25 June 5 ' 
p 7 Sept. 5 
p 14 Mar. 5 

25 Apr. 55 
P 5 Aug. 59 
P 3 July GO 



H \IU' AN-n IHOWX, avd the S!ar of Sr. PATIIICK, 
with .he mouo •• V.,» .>a'«n..««r_- IM-^NINHULA •..• BA..AKLAVA''" SEVASTOPOL." 

nln,.pl Uirhard Pi-'ot,' Em. 4 Sept. 93 : Lieut. 10 Sept. 93 ; Copt. 21 Dec. 
Z Mni^XAvvn 1 May 00; C«^ 4 June 14. MaJ.Gen. 

if)'jn\?7{; Lieu^Gen.lO Uu. '31 ■, Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; C.L 4th Dragoon 

Lf^clt'/ -Shui'caven.lisl. Bentinck,* Ens. p2 Nov. 38 ; i^ p31 Oct. 40 ; 

CnT/'^ Mnr 47 !/«;■. «' 'i'' J"mc 51 ; Lt.Col. p 8 Dec. 54 ; Col. 30 Jan. .^8. 
4^(--Tl,onm; Jones/ Cor. p 23 July 41 ; Lt. p 19 May 43; Capt. p 30 

June 48 ; Major, ^ 5 Aug. 59. 

Captains. 
Fra. Rowland Forster,* s. 
Michael M'Creagh^ .... 
Art. Mastcrson Robertson' 

Robert Guntor'^ 

Christopher M'Doiinel' .. 
John Edward Brodhurst 

John Arthur Bratrge^ 

Edward Rowe Fisher '» .. 
Lieutenants. 

Henry Fonsford 

Thomas Clark Gillespie 
Edward Harran/" Adj. . 

Robert Rintoul 

Henry Haskett Chilton., 
Robert James Wright . 
Henrv Edward Bridges.. 
Clement Rob. N.Royds .. 
John B. Smith ^Marriott . 
Cornets. 

William Joice 

J Aug. G. Churchill Inge.. 

Randolph R. Luscombe. . 

Smith Hill Child 

Arthur Ashton 

James Alexander Tait . • 
' Dune. Anderson Farquhai 
I James Colquhoun 

Paymaster.— Jo\\n Bigg 

Adjutant ^ =-* ^'''"' 



p 14 Mar 
Ap; 



17 Feb. 5/ ' P 22 June o8 ,., t'aptain Fisher and 
17 Nov. 57 i P 17 Sept. 58 Master Drake served the I 

„ -_ I _ . . ^n __ : ^f la-. 



I'll Dec. 5 



8 Captain Kobertson servfd 

in the liastern campaign up 

-. ^.,,.. — I 10 Nov. 1854, including the 

20 Mar. 57 Uiege of Sebastopol, and battles 

~ - - - « .• i>~T_.. i...... ...,(1 Inkerraan 

- Qr. 

East- 
...,..„„ 18,H-55, 

g the battles of Ba- 

laklava and Tchernava, and 

siege of Sebastopol (Medal and 

I Clasps). 

14 Captain Biggs served with the 4th Dr. Gils. 

ampaign of ISSI-od, including the 

ties of Jialakhiva, Inkcrnian, and the Ifher- 

,a and siege of Sehastopol (Medal and Clasps, 



AU[ 



59 
00 
GO 



P21 May 58 P27 Apr. 
P24Aug. 58 P 3 July 

31 Dec. 57 

20 Oct. 58 the^EasU, 

13 May 59 | ^^ ^^^ s,gge or ^el)aslopol i,.- --.- ^ . , 
P 5 Aug. 59 I anil Tui-kish Medal), and was acting Chief Pay- 
8 Feb 58 ' master of the OsniauU IiTcguliU- Cavalry in the 
P31 July GO|sP™i<'""lS^*'- 
p 14 Aug. 00) 

Pl2 Oct. 60 ^. , ,n ^ , AO 

'* 10 Sept. 51 ; Ens. p2 Sept. 45; Lieut. 17 Oct. 48 ; 
Ad,,aam.-i:ieut: Edward Ilarran,-" 7 Sept. 55. _ ^Hon. Copt. 1 Jan. GO. 

' Quarter Master.— John George Drake," 6 June .•>4. 
\ fulffMaster.-Georse Price,' 13 April 55 ; Cornet, ^ Nov 54 
\ SuryeL-lioX^crt Cooper,''^ 18 March 53 ; Assist. Surg. 21 July 43. 
1 Assist.Surgeon.—Wimam Macnamara, 6 Oct. o4. 
a [Veterinary Surgeon. — Luke Byrne, 3 I eb. 04. . -r. „ 

I ^''''■'''"g^^^J_j,,,,;„g, B\ue.-Agent, Andrew Lawne, Esq. 

1!i™-^c-;Lr\^rS:^^^Jr-a^^^^ 

Tchernaya, and siege of bebastopol OJeda' and ClaH>;. . .^j^ j^e battles of Balaklava and Inker- 

n,aV'rJ r;:groVs;rattS;i\"rdal anr[^as°:.'revet'M^^^^^^^ Medal, and 3th Class of the 

Mcl1iidic^. . „ „f ia«;i s-i inrludine the battle of Balaklava, siege 

"^;:or^t\t-'^;^c{^:nf ?ri;L=::i^.^ -^- - Hono. and Otb Class 

"VcaS Gutter served during the Eastern campaign of 1854 and early part of the siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Clasp). „ M„..pr Prire served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 

hJt.^:roV'Brra1n^d";\.^;rri'ie^rs:bV^7o.. ni.ht-at.ack on Kus.an ou.posts lO.h .eb. .855. 

Sebast.pul. nigl.t-at.ack «" R'-"" nCnia=n 0^1854-55" including .he b..ules of Alma. Balaklava 
1-2 Surgeon Cooper served the hauler.. ^?»"'^3 "'^//j;, „„a cMasps); had clm.se of a general hospital 
l;V^h?e.r.S.iI;ieTa7aaT.lv^;n^d^^e'aV;eL7ed'i'n^rders as sur^geor. of the 4,h Dragoon Guards. 



134 5th{Princess Charlotte of Wales's) Reg. of Dr. Gds. 

The motto " Vestigia nulla retrorsum 



" SALAMANCA " " VITTORIA" " TOULOUSE ' 
BALAKLAVA " " SEVASTOPOL." 



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Capt. P9 June 25; Major, p11 June 80; Lt.Col.vQ 3\i\y 40; Col. 11 Nov. 51 ; Major 
Half j Gen. 12 Dec. 54 ; Col. 5tli Dras^oon Guards, 3 Aug. 60. 
?^. Lt. Colonel.— Sir Thoma.^ Westropp M'Malion,^ Bart.CQ., Cornet, 24 Dec. 29; Lt.v 2 



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Major.— Hon. Somerset John Gougb Calthorpe/ Cor. p 23 May 48; Lt. p 23 May 51; 
Capt. P 1 4 Sept. 55 ; Bt. Major, 2 Nov. 55 ; Major, 22 July 56. 



Captains. 
Fred. Hay Swinfen' . . . . 
George Sapte Burnand' 
Richard T. Godman''. . . . 

Robert Garrard'' 

Robt. Jas. Montgomery^ 
J. Stepheuson Ferguson* 
Thomas Lewis Hampton* 
Aug. William Travers . . 

Lieutenants. 
L. Andrews Richurdson., 

James Hayes,' Adj 

Henry Ellis White 

Charles INTorley Balders . 
George Fred. Heyworth 

Thomas DufHeld 

Wm. Butterworth Colvin 
Joseph H. P. FitzPatrick 
William James Scarlett.. 

Cornets. 
Wm. Miles Nairn Kington 
Thomas Yate 15enyon . . . 
St. John Claud Paulet . . 

Henry Darley 

Charles Ford 

Thomas Burton Henry . . 

Thomas Booth 

Richard Francis Chaplin . 
Paymaster. 



CORNET. 



p 10 April 49 
P 12 April 50 
P17 May 50 
p 14 May 52 
P 1 4 June 50 
Pll Juno 52 
P21 Jan. 53 
19 Feb. 55 



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10 Nov. 54 
1 May 55 

25 May 65 

1' 8 Feb. 56 

P28 Nov. 56 

17 Nov. 57 

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11 Dec. 67 



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14 May 68 

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P 19 April 50 

P 28 Feb. 53 

P 3 Mar. 54 

18 Nov. 53 

26 Aug. 54 

8 Dec. 54 

24 Dec. 54 

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18 June 67 

9 Oct. 67 

9 Oct. 57 

9 Oct. 57 

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P 7 Sept. 68 

P16 Aug. 59 

P 26 Aug. 69 



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24 Dec. 54 

21 July 55 

P 13 Feb. 65 

29 July 56 

6 Sept. 56 

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P 27 Apr, 60 



7 Captain Gavrard served in the Eastern 
campaign of 1854, includinstliebattlcofAlma 
— severely wounded (Medal and Clasp). 

8 Captains Montgomery, Perguson, and 
Hampton, and Assist.Surg-. Cattell, served 
the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, Including 
the battles of Balaklavaand Inkerman, and 
siege of Sebastopol, and battle of the Tcher- 
naya (Meilal and Clasps). Capt. Hampton 

n-i A nn ''^s the 5th Cliiss of the Medjidie. Assist. 

P 27 Apr, 00 Surgeon Catlell has also the Sardinian Medal. 

' 9 linarter Master Bevvlcy served the Eastern 

campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Balaklavaand 

Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clas])). 

10 Doctor Eyffe served tlie Eastern campaign of 1854-55, in- 
cluding the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Se- 
bastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

11 Veterinary Surgeon Constant served the Eastern cam- 
ma ivji p/^lpai^n of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, 
V 1» May bU ^^^ inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 
'25 May 60 
'31 July 60 1 

William George Proctor, 80 April 58. 
Adjutant. — Lieut. James Hayes,* 2 Slarch 55. 
Quarter Master. — George William Bewley,^ 8 July 53. 
Riding Master. — Maurice Day, 11 May 55. 

Surgeon.~Wm. Johnstone Fyife,'" MD. 1 May 55 ; Assist.Surg. 8 Dec. 48. 
Assistant Surgeon.— ^Vi\\ia.m Cattell,* 28 March 54. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Stephen Price Constant," 15 Oct. 52. 

Scarlet — Facings Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[^Returned from the Crimea, 2& May 1856.] 

1 The Hon. Sir James Scarlett served the Eastern campaign of 1854-'i5 in command of the Heavy Cavalry Brigade and 
afterwards of the Cavalry Division, including the battles of the Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol 
(Jledal and Clasps, KCB., Commander of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian Medal, ani 2nd Class of the Meiljidie). 

2 Sir Tliomas M'Mahon served with the 9th Lancers in the Sutlej campaign in 1848, and was pre>eni at the battle of 
Sobraon (Medal). Served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as A.Q.M.G. to the Cavalry Division, including the battles 
of tlie Alma, Balaklava, and Tchernaya, and siege of Sebastopol; served also the campaign of 1855 in command of the 
5lli Dragoon Guards (Medal and Clasps, CB., Sardinian Medal, and 5lh Class of the Medjidie). 

3 Major /fo«. S. J. G. Calthorpe served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Aide de Camp to Lord Raglan, including the 
battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medai and four Clasps, Brevet Major, and 5th Class of the 
Medjidie). 

4 Captain Swinfen served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Balaklava (wounded) and siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

5 Captain Burnand and Lieut. Hayes served the Eastern campaign of 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal 
and Clasps). Lieut. Hayes was also at the battle of Tchernaya. 

6 Captain Godman served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Adjutant of the 5th Dragoon Guards, including the battles 
of Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 



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"SEVASTOPOL," 
Colonel.—}^ 9ii:\ Sir James Jackson,' KCU. KH. Ens. Oct. Ofi; Lf. 25 Jan. 08 ; Cnpt. 

P25 June 13 ; Jinvi't Major, 18 Jmu- 15 ; Brcret Lt.Col. 25 .May 20 ; Major, v 2G Apr. 

27 ; Lt.Col. V x Muicli 3.) ; Col. 23 Nov. 41 j Major Gun. 11 Nov. 51 ; Lt.Gtn. 2G Oct. 

58 ; Col. Gtli Dr. Gds. 17 July (iO. 
Lieut. Caloiu'ls. — Henry Kiciinioiicl Jones,' CB. Cornet, vQ June 25; Lieut. P14 Nov. 

20; Capt. I' 12 June 30; Brevet Major, UNov. 4G; iVryor, h 21 May 50 j Lieut. Col. 

r IG Sept. 51 ; Col. 28 Nov. 54. 
Williiim XevilleCustiincCj^CB. 2?/i.«/V7rt,Pll Oct. 31 ; Z,lVH^ p 20 June 35 ; Capt. PIC Mar. 

38; Major, PIG Sept. 51 ; Lt.Col. 1 Aug. 50; Col. 19 Jan. 58. 
.Majors.— Chiirlei Sawver,* Eimijn, pG Sept. 83; Lieut. p8 April 30; Cajyt. P8 Aug. 

45; Major, \ Aua:. 50; iylt.£^C(J/. 20 July 58. 
Edward Lennox Jervis/ 2«rf Lt. Pll July 51; Lieut. P 18 June 52; Capt. &l>ec. 54: 

Major, P2l Feb. 00. 



C.\PTArNS. 

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8 Jan. 41 
18 Apr. 51 
Coiirtenay \Vm. Bruce*. .1 15 May 55 
William Thomas Betty». . j p 14 May 52 
Fra. Geo. Savapre Curtis'" p 15 Dec. 54 
William Oliver Bird 
Arthur Cooper 



P 15 Dec. 48 
P 27 May 48 
P17 June 51 
P 15 May 55 



Robert Scoit Hunter" .. 
Cecil Frederic Holder . . 
George Silvester Duvies'* p 18 Oct. 53 

Lieutenants. 
Jas.John Neil Buchanan'' p 10 June 53 
Aug. Alfred de Bnurbel.. P 17 Mar. 54 
John AVilliam Doerin.^'^f p 10 Jlav 50 
Walter Blacliford Gilford" 2 Oct". 55 
Fred. A. Weatherlev'^ .. 3i) Mar. 55 
Geo.S.LeGriceStoddart"^ 28 Dec. 55 
Win. Wallace Graham" . . 2 May 50 
Henry Reginald For?tcr p 8 Aug. 50 
William Howlev Burder i* 21 Sept. 55 
William Greaves Blake. . 27 Feb. 50 
William Duft' Pereira .. p 5 Dec. 57 
Wm. Gair,"* Dep. Ass. } ,a t^„„ ^n 
Commis.-lOSovLiadj. J ^^ ^^*=- ^^ 

Arthur Lautour 22 Oct. 55 

John Buchau Hepburn., p 4 Dec. 57 
.\rthur George Smith . . 19 Feb. 

Co K.NETS. 

George Sehvyn Marryat 
John Fryer 

William Edward Dakin. 



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15 Nov. 57 

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20 June 55 19 Jan. 58 
P22 Aug. 5(1 2Q July 58 
P 2 Oct. 57 

15 Dec. 57 

5 Mar. 58 

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P12 Dec. 50 

13 Se|it. 55 
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P 3 July 00 

2 Colonel Jones cominanded tlie Carn- 
blncers in the Crimea from 14 Aug. 1855, 
including ilie battle of the Tchcrnaya, siege 
and f.Tll of Sebusropol (Medal and Cl:i>p, 
:iiid 5tl! Class of the Merijidie). Served in 
the Indian cami)aii;n; comm.indcd General 
Penny'- column in the acii^n of Kirkrowlie, 
that uffii-er hiivinK been killed by the first 
shut Hied by the i neiny, and captured a gun ; 
cominanded a Brigade of Cavufry at the cap- 
ture of Bareilly ; commanded the left column 
with Lord Ciydo's force in tiie attack on 
Bcnhi Maidho's force at Diindeikera ; eom- 
maiided the cavalry with Lord Clyde's force 
in the Trans-Oogra campaign, including 
affairs at Mjg' dia, Chundal, and Bankee, also 
pursuit of the rebels to the Baptee (CB., 
Medal). 

4 Lt Col. Sawyer served in the Crimea from 
OOih May 1855, including the battle of ihe 



and Clasp). 

I 5 Major Jervis served with the l3th Light Dragoons the 

10 Mar. 58 I Kastem campaign of 18;M-55, including the reconn.issjnre to 

<» \r m Sibslrin with Lord Cardigan, affaTS of Bulganak and JI'Ken- 

J .>iar. Oi; i^j^.^ p_,^„^_ i.altleH of Alma. Babiklava (horse shot), Inker- 

,!p16 Mar. GO man, and Tchemaya, and siege of Sebastopol ; alfo present 

Win.Thos.ErskineBookev! p 18 May GU ', "ith the Li-ht Biigade at Kupatoria (Medal and four Clasps 

Oweu Phibbs "l 3 July GO j^"'^'^"''''*'' '^'^'''"'• 

Paymaster. — Charles Sewell, 5 Jan. 55 ; Cornet, p 17 Oct. 51 ; Hon. Capt. 1 Jan. GO. 

Adjutant. — Lieut. William Gair,'° 18 Apr. 00. 

Quarter Master. — George Eraser,'* 7 Nov. 51. 

Riding Master. — William James Hcssey, 7 Dec. o9i. 

Sunjeon.— Donald Sinclair Smith, 28 Jan. 59 ; Assist. Surg. 27 Feb. 52. 

Assistant Surgeons. — Charles James Davenport, 15 Aug. 54. 

Stewart Aaron Lithgow,-' 3 Feb. 55. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Alfred Job Owles.'-* 19 Dec. 51. 

Blue — Facings White. — Agents, ^\c»srs. Cox & Co. 
[Eeturnedfrom the Crimea, May li:<50. Embarked for India, \Qth Aug. 1850.] 

1 Sir James Jacksim served in the Peninsula, from April 1MU9 to the end of the war in 1814, Including the battles of 
Oporto, Talaveru, and Uns-ico; action at Pomhal Hedinlia, and Koz d'Arouce (wounded), battle of Fiienie-. d'Onor(3rd and 
5lti May ), first siege of U idajoz, action at Kl Bodon, sieiie and captun- of C:udad Rodrigo. siege and capture of Badajoz, 
battles of Salamanca. Vittor.a (horse shot), Maya Pass, Pampeluna, I5th July, Pyrenees, 30th .luly, Nirellc, Nivc, and 
Bayonne. Preseni at Waterloo, and with the army of occupation in France. .Served in India and Arabia from 1819 to 1826, 
including the capture o( Urni-Boo-Ali, as Military Secretary to Sir Lionel Smith, and f>r which service he was recom- 
mended by llie Marquis of HiLstings for the rank of Lieut.Colonel. He has received the War Medal with nine Clasps for 
Bukaco, t'uciites d'Oiior, Ciudad Kodrigo, Badajoz, Salamanca, Vllloria, Pyrenees, Xivelle, and Nive. 

3 Colonel Cuslance served in the Crimean campaign tr^m 14 Ana- IH5.'5, Including the battle of the Tchemaya, siege 
and fall of Sehattopol (Medal and Clasp, and Order of the Medjidie, .Oth Class). Cummandrd the Carabineers at the outbreak 
of the Sopoy Mutinrrrs at Meerut on lOth May 1857, a« also during the ciimpalin of that year, including the batties of 
the Hindiin, .loth and SIsi May (horse killed), batt e of Budlekastrai, »ih Ju.,e (lior-o woiindcl), atlair of 0th June, and 
siege of D-lhi; and coninianded the Irre'?iilar C.iTalry under Briiitidicr Grant, at the st'«rniing of the Ciiy Hlh Scpl. : as 
also in the subvpouent npcnitions under Hriguilier Sho.»ers. Commanded u Wing of theHi ginient at llieaclinnof Unnkiicaon 
on 8th Oct. Iei5», also three squadrons in the subsequent campaign, including the actions ot .Mahoiidispore, Ilui=^oolpore, 
advance ou and capture of Mitoudee, the affair* of Allrgung, Bisliwa, and pursuit ot the rebels for three months through 
Bajpootana and Central India (thanked by the OoTcrnor Oeoeral Id Council and frequently mentioned in despatche», Medal 
and Claap, and CB.). 



136 Qth Regiment of Dragoon Guards {Carabineers). 

fi Maior Rosier served the campaign in the Southern Mahratta country in 1844. Also at the siege of Sebastopol from 17 
ApriflToas ifde d" Cam^^^^^^ 

5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served during the Indian Mutiny was present at the two battles of the 
Hindun on 30th and 3Ist May, Buddlekeserai on 8th June, action of 9tl, June, and throughout he siege of De hi, till dan- 
gerously wounded whilst acting as Aide de Carap to Sir Hope Grant at the assault on 14th Sept. 1857 (Medal and Clasp, 

""''.Maflr^'Kott served in the Crimea from End Aup. 1855, including the battle of the Tchercaya, siege and fall of Sevastopol 

*^8'"captain*'BriK;e served with the Carabineers from the outbreak at Meerut to the pacification of Oude, and commanded 
a squadron at the action of Bunkagaon on 8lh Oct. 1858, also in the subsequent campaign including the actions of Ma- 
houdispore and Russoolpore, advance on and capture of Mitowlee, affairs of AUygunge and Bisnar, and pursuit of the 
Rebels for tliree months through Rajpootana and Central India (Medal). _ ,,„ „„ 

9 Captain Betty served in the Crimea from 26th May 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

10 Captain Curtis served in the Crimea from 20th July I8."i5, including the battle of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of 
Sebastopol. Sei-ved also in the campaign of lt!57-58 against the mutineers in India, including the actions on the Hindun 
of the aOlh and 31st Mav, battle of Budleekeserai, siege and fall of Delhi, and subsequent operations under Brigadier 
Showers : also the affair of Mynpooiie and Kerkrowlie, capture of Bareilly, relief of Shahjehanpore and subsequent affairs 
at Mahundee and Shahabad (Medal and Clasp). 

U Captain Hunter served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affair of M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Balaklava and Inker- 
man, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and three Clasps, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

12 Captain Davies served in the Crimea with the 10th Hnssars from 3(lth June 1855, including the battle of Tchernaya 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps and Turkish Medal). Served with the Carabineers the Indian campaigns of 
1857-59), and was present at the outbreak of the Sepoy Mutiny at l\leeruton lOth May l857, the actions ot the Hindun 
30th audHlst May, battle of Budleekeserai, siege and fall of Delhi, and subsequent operations under Brigadier Showers, 
also the affair of Kerkrowlie, taking of Bareilly, affairs of Majidia, Churdal, and Bankee, and pursuit to the river Raptee 
(Medal and Clasps). 

l:^ Lieut. Buchanan seiTcd with the 10th Hussars in the Crimean campaign from 17th April 1855, including the siege and faU 
of Sebastopol, battle of the Tchernaya, and affair- of 21st Sept. near Kertch (Medal and Clasp). Sensed with the 6th Dr. Guards 
tliroughout the Indian campaign of 1857-59, including operations in Kohilcund and action of Nugeena, reUef of Bareilly, relief 
of Shahjehanpore, capture of the fort of Remai and pui'suit with destniction of the fort of JIahundee, action of Bunkagaon, 
operations in Oude and actions of Molmdipore and Kusoolpore, attack and capture of fort Mitoulee, actions of AUigxmj and 
Biswa. Also served as officiating D. Q. M. G. to the Agra field force under Brigadier Showers in Central India in pursmt of Tantia 
Topee, Feroze Shah, and others (Medal). 

13t Lieut. Doering served with the Carabineers from the commencement of the Indian Mutiny at Meerut on 10th May 
1857 to the pacification of Oude in 1859, including the campaign in Rohilcund with affair of Kerkrowlie .ind battle of 
Biireilly, campaign in Oude and actions of Pusgong and Russulpore, taking the fort of Metowlie, actions at AUygunge and 
Biswa; also pursuit of Tantia Topee in Rajpootana and Central India, and skirmish in the Seronge Jungles (Medal). 

14 Lieut. Gifibrd was present with the Carabineers at the outbreak of the Sepoy mutiny at Meerut on 10 May 1857, and 
throughout the campaign of that year, including tlie battle of the Hindun, battle of Budlekaserai, affair of 9th June, 
siege and capture of Delhi. 

15 Lieut. Weatherley served with the 4th Lt. Drs. in the Crimean campaign fi'ora 13th Aug. 1855, including the battle of the 
Tchernaya, siege and faU of Sebastopol, and operations at Eupatoria (Medal and Clasp). Sened with the 6th Dr. Guards in the 
Indian campaign including operations in Rohilcund and affair of Kukrowlie, taking of Bareilly, rehef of Shahjehanpore and the 
tivo subsequent attacks, attaii's of Moluundee and Shahabad, operations in Oude and action of Buxarghat, Trans-Gogra actions of 
Majedia, Churdal, and Bankee (Medal). 

16 Lieut. Stoddart served with the Carabineers from the outbreak of the Sepoy Mutiny at Meerut on the 10th May 1857 
to the pacification of Oude;— in 1857 he was with Seaton's Column in the action of Mynpooiie; in 1858 under Walpole 
at the Ramgunga near Fuitehghur; afterwards with Troup's Column and its flying deiachment under Col. Brind in Oude, 
and was present in the actions of Bunkagaon, Mehoudispore, Russoolpore, and the attack and capture of the fort of 
Metowlie (horse killed), and of Mehndie, and affairs of AU.vgunj and Bishwa (Medal). 

17 Lieut. Graham served in the I7th Lancers throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the aff"air of 
WKenzie's Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and four 
Clasps). Was present with the Carabineers at the outbreak of the Sepoy Mutiny at Meerut on lOth May 1857 ; served the 
Rohilcund campaign of 1858 until wounded; also the Oude campaign of 1858-9 (Medal). 

18 Lieut. Giir served with the Field Train, R. Artillery, as Deputy Assist. Commissary during the Eastern campaign of 
1854-55, includingthe affairs of Bulgauac and McKenzie's Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

19 Qr.Master Praser served at the sleze and fall of Sebastopol from 14 .A,ug. 1855 (Medal and Clasp). 

20 "Vet.Siu'geon Owles served from 21st July 1855 at the siege and faU of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). Sen-ed the Indian 
campaign of 1857-58, includuig the actions of the Hindun on 30th and 31st May 1857, siege and capture of DeDii, taking of 
Bareilly, and operations in Oude (Medal and Claspi. 

21 Assist.Surgeon Lithgnw served with the 76th Regt. during the Indian campaign of 1857-59 (in medical charge from 
the commencement of the operations against Delhi until the relief of Lucknow), and was present at the action of Budle- 
kaserai, siege of Delhi and capture of the city, pursuit of the enemy and actions of Bolundshuhur, Agra^ AUyghur, Akra- 
bad, and Kanoj, advance into Oude, and affairs of Maragunge, Alumbagh, and Dilkoosha, and relief ot Lucknow by Lord 
Clyde, thereafter remained with Outram's division at the Alumbagh and was present at the repulse of the several attacks 
and at the affair of Guilee (Medal and two Clasps). 



\_Continuation of Notes to 1th Dragoon Guards.l 

5 Capt. Blinkhorn served with the 16th Lancers in the battle of Maharajpore, 29th Dec. 1843 (Medal), also in the 
campaign on the Sutlej in 1846, including the battles of Aliwal and Sobraon, for which he has received a Medal and one 
Clasp. 

Lieut. Armstrong served the Eastern'campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman, siege 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

7 tiuariermaster Gillam served with the 7th Dragoon Guards at the Cape of Good Hope, and was with the expedition 
against the insurgent Boers beyond the Orange River in 1845; and he served throughout the Kaffir war of 1846-7 (Medal). 

10 Licui. Crofton .crvcd with the 9th Lancers in suppression of the Indian Mutiny in 1S68-69, and was presentat the affair of Kumda- 
koti (Medal). 

11 Doctor Franklyn served the Eastern campaicn of 1854-55; was at Bal.aUlava attendins on the wounded during the 
cavalry action there ; and was placed in charge of the Russian wounded after the battle of Inkerman ; and served with the 
77tli Regt. before Sr-bastopol (Medal and Clasps, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

12 AssistSurpcon Robotham served with the 2nd Dr. Gds. in the Indian campaign of 1858-59, including the action of 
Nusscrutporc siege and captu^ of Luckno^Ns subsequent operations, action of Barree, the Oude campaign, action of Jamo, 
siege and capture of Birwah, Trans-Gogra affairs at Bungaon (mentioned in despatches, Medal and Clasp), 



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Dury.j 7^/i ( The Princess Royars) Refjt. of Drayoon Guards. ^.^ 

Co/om /.—Midmcl Wl.ite,' CB. Cur. " 15 An- 04; Lt. i' 14 May 05; Capt. 7 Nov. 15; h 
Moj. 10 Jan. 37 ; Maj. 4 Jan, 39; Lt.Cal. i-13 Dec. 39; Col. 3 Apr. 40; Muj.Uc 
20 June 54 ; Lt.Geu. 1 Sept. (iO ; Col. 7tli Dragoon liuai'ds, 20 Aug. 58. 



137 

Bt. 
'en, 
igoon liuai'ds, 20 Aug. 58. 
Lt.Culoucls. — Chiulcs Win. Tlionipson,- /i/wi(/»t, i' -21) Feb. 30; Lieut, i' 17 Jan. 40; Capt. 

I' 1 Dec. 48; Major, vd Nov. 55 ; LI. Col. 17 Sept. 57. 
Wm. Charles Forrest,^ Cor. I'll Mar. 30 ; Lt.vij Jan. 39; Capt. Pi Sept. 41; 3Iajor,P3 

Oet. 48 ; Bt.Lt.Col. 12 Dec. 54 ; Lt.Col. i' 5 Aug. 59 ; Col. 8 .Mar. GO. 
J/rt>;-.s'.— Ad.ilpluis Win. Disart BuMon,^ CU. Ens.v^ Aug. 45 ; i,/. i- 10 April 49; Capt. 

•' 24 Dee. 52; lit. Major, 12 Dec. 54 ; Major, 5 Sept. 50. 
Fitzroy George Smith, Cornet, i'3I Dec. 47 ; X^.i" 11 Sept. 49; Capt. P 30 July 52; Major, 
19 Ai)r. 59. 



Captains. I 

\Vm. Wentworth Lamb.. 

Peter Withington I 

Henry Blinklioru * . . . . j 
\V. Fourbelle Dowdeswell 
George E. F. Kauntze^f...; 
Newtou Chas. Chichester 

Robert Clarke ' 

Christopher Barton . . . . j 
Jacob Carnac Murphy ..} 
Archibald Philip Douglas 

Lieutenants. 
D.Scotland[Q-M.lGDec.53)j 
Edin.PrideauxChiciiester^l 
Edw. Hy. Ernest Kauntze 
Wni. Bruce Armstrong'' I 

William Chaine | 

Edmund Molyneux . . . . | 
Jas.Jno. London M'Adam 
1 Edward Henry O'Dowd 
! Fr.d. Robert C. Crofton'o 

Clavering Redman 

Robert Bury 

COKNKTS. 

John ^I'Bryan'^ 

Arthur Hare Vincent. ... 

Joiin Alex. Drake 

Henry Biilkeley.. 

Edward Goldstiiith 

JosephThomasCammilleri 

Robert Allan Smyth 

Geortje Henry Bacchus..! 
Samuel James Dakiu . . - 



COllNET. 



P 30 Mar. 49 

P 9 July 52 

10 Feb. 49 

P17 Aug. 52 

19 Dee. 45 
P 10 Aug. 50 

30 N'ov. 55 

10 May 50 
P17 Feb, 54 
P 12 Apr. 50 

17 Nov. 54 

20 Feb. 55 

1 1 May 55 
22 June 55 

P 12 Dec. 50 

P 10 June 57 

P22 May 57 

27 Nov. 57 

20 Feb. 58 
G Nov. 57 
5 Mar. 58 

17 Oct. 57 
29 Dec, 57 
Pll Jan. 59 
3 June 59 
10 Aug. 58 

21 Feb. 00 
P 25 May GO 
p 12 June 00 
p 13 Nov. 00 



P21 May 50 j p 8 Dec. 64 

P13 Feb. 55 I 10 Sept. 57 

14 Sept. 55 1 10 Sept. 57 

14 Sept. 55 PIG Sept. 57 
P28 Jan. 48' 14 Sept. 55 
P22 Sept.54 P13 July 57 
V 3 Mar. 57 p May 59 

15 Sept. 57 P 3 Feb. 00 
14 Sept. 55 P 22 June 58 

P 14 Sept, 52, 2GFeb. 58 

I 5t Capt. Kauntze was present with tlie lllli 

8 May 50 Lt. Drs. at the siege and c«|)ture of Bhurtiore 

3 Aug. 55 '" IS-'O-C (Medal undone Clasp); served wilh the 

pon K,.h Ka •'''■'* '''• ^'^- throughout Ihe campaign of 1842 

I ~Mi o 1 r? '" Afttflianistan (Modal), and was present at the 

i 10 bept.oV forcing of the Khybcr Pass, capture of Jlanioo 

|P 9 Oet. 57 Khail, storming the heights of Jiigdulluck, ac- 

p20 Nov. 58 '■""'"" Tez-en and Huftkolul, and occupation 

TO A I ' ra ofCabool. He served also the Sutlij campaign of 

I JJApi.uJ 1845-6, and was present at tho battles of Mood- 

I P 3 I'eb. 00 kce (wounded), t'erozeshah (wounded), and So- 

' P 21 F'eb. 00 braon (severely wounded), Medal and two Clasps. 

' P 1 ■> Til 111' fid S''"'^<1 '" the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, and 

I ,'^ ;^"^ "" was present at the affair of Ramnupgur, the 

' -J Mar. tiU passage of the Chenab at Wuzeerabad on the 1st 

t December 1848, with a force under Sir Joseph Thackwell, action 

of Sadoolapore, and battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat 

(Medal and two Clasps). 

9 Lieut. Chichester served with the 21st Fusiliers during the lattor 

' part of 1S55 at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and expedition to Kin- 

i bourn (Medal and Clasp). Served with a detachment of the 24th Kegt. 

1 at the defeat of the Jhelum Mutineers ou 7lh July ISi", and was shot 

through the left arm. 

13 Cornet M'Bryau served in the Kaffir war of 184647, and 
was severely wounded— shot through left thigh— in the action of 
the Gwanga (Medal). 



Pai/masfer. — John Smith, 17 Nov. 57 ; Lieut. 21 Sept. 65 ; Capt. 1 Feb, 5G. 

Adjutant. — Lieut. David Scotland, 17 Nov. 54. 

In.structor of Musketry. — Coniet A. II. Vincent, 12 March 59. 

Quarter Master. — George Gillam,' 17 Nov. 54. 

liidiiuj Master. — Henry Pearce Phillips, 2 Oct. 57, 

Sunjeoii. — Edward James Franklyn," MD. 15 May 55; Assist. Surg. 19 Oct. 49. 

Assijit.Surt/eons. — Edward M'Gill, MD. 8 Jan. 55. 

John Harrison Robotham,'* 23 Apr. 55, 

Veterinary Surgeon. — William Varley, 15 Aug. 55. 

Scarlet — Facings Black. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
\_Returnedfrom Cape of Good Hope, 7 June 1848. Embarked for India, 27 Oct. 1857.] 
1 Lieut. General White was ill the field in ISOy, on the banks of the Sutlej ; served at the capture of Hatras in 1817, 
and during the Mahratta campaign of 1817-18! was present at the siege and capture of Hhurtpore in 1823-G (Medal and 
one Claaj)). Commanded Ihe cnTSliy throughout the campaign of 1842 in Affithanistan, and was present at the forcing 
Of the Khyber l'as>, storming the heights of Jugdulluck, action ofTezeen and Iluft KotuI, and occupation of Cabool 
(Medal, and nominated a Cll.). Served wilh the army of the Sutlej in 1815-G; commanded the whole of the cavalry at 
the battle of .Moodkee (charger wounded); a bricade at the battle of Firozeshah (wounded, charger killed by a round 
shot); and the 3rd Lt. Urs. at the battle of Sobraoii (charger wounded) ; Medal and two Clasps, and appointed Aide de 
Camp to the Queen. Served in the Punjaub campaign of lS48-y, in command of the Ist Brigade of Cavalry ; was pre- 
sent in the affair of Ramnuggur, action of Sadoolapore, and battles of Cnillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal and two 
Clasps). 

t Lt.Colonel Thoirpson served as a Captain in the British Lrcion, and was cngacrd at llcrnani 30tb Aur. 1836: at Arlaban. 16th, 
17th, aad:9ta Jan.; and ihe action before San Sebastian, Sth May 1836, when he »«i severely Hounded in the hip and the hand (K. S. K. 
and Medal). Served the carapai||n of the Punjaub in the l«th Light Draicnoni ; wai enxaued at Ramnujieur (horse wounded). 22nd 
Not. 1848, at Chillianwallah, 13th Jan., and at Uoojeral, 21«t Feb. |H4S» ( Medal and t»o Clasps). Present also at the crossing of the 
Chenab, Jhelum, and Indus ; at the surrender of the Seik army at Kanul Pindee, the captuic of the Bridge of Boats at Attock, and pursuit 
of the AtTghansto I'ethawur. 

3 Colonel Forrest served with the 4th Dr. Ods. tho Eastern cainpaien of 1854-55, including the battles of Balaklava 
and Inkerman.sieee of Sebastopol, night attack on Russian outposts lOtli Feb. 1855, and battle of Tchernaya (Medal and 
Clasps, Brevet Lt.Colonel, Sardinian M<;dal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

4 Mnjor Burton s<r>ed in the Eastern campaign of lti54-55, and commanded the 5th Dragoon Guards at the battles of 
Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and three Clasjis, Brevet Major, CB., and Sth Class 
of the Me4jidieJ, [For remainder of Notes see preceding page. 



138 



Isi {Roijal) Regiment of Dragoons. 



fHead Quarters 
Dublin. 



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8 





12 





6 





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5 





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7 





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18 





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6 






The Crest of England within the Garter. The Eagle. "Spectemur agendo." 
"PENINSULA" "WATERLOO" " BALAKLAVA " "SEVASTOPOL." 
Colonel P CStI Sir Arthur Benjamin Clifton/ KCB. KCH. Cornet, 6 June 

94; Lieut. 7 Aug. 94; Capt. 27 Feb. 99; Major, 17 Dec. 03; Lieut. 

Col. 25 July 10; Col. 12 Aug. 19; Major Gen. 22 July 30; Lieut.Gen. 

23 Nov. 41 ;' Gen. 20 June 54 ;" Col. 1st Dragoons, 30 Aug. 42. 
Lieut. Colonel.— 'Robert Wardlaw,^ Cornet, v b June 35; Lient.i"2,% July 40 ; 

Capt. V 14 Oct. 42 ; Major, p 4 Feb. 53; Brev.Lt.Col. 12 Dec. 64; Lt.Col. 

P 10 March 67 ; Col. 12 Dec. 57. 
Major.— isimes Ainslie,^ Cor. p 13 Oct. 48; Lt. p 21 Dee. 49; Capt.^ll Oct. 

53; il/«/or, PieOct. 60. 



CORNET. 



Captains. 

Walter John Coney* 

G. Metcalfe Robertson^.. 
Henry F. Geo. Coleman 
John Gordon Graham . . 

Hume Nicholl 

Frederic Radford 

Francis Nathaniel Astley 

Walter Baife 

Lieutenants. 

John Lee,'' Adj 

John W. Simmons Smith 
Edmund Wald. Park- Yates', 
Henry St. George Osborne^ 

Cliarles Hall ! 

Ralph William Caldwell' 

Carr Stuart Glyn ! 

George Lake Harvey. . . . ! 
W. Lawrence Twentyman' 
Cornets. 1 

Cliarles Downes Manning 
Wm.Wemyss Frewen Hay* 

Arthur Mesham 

Cliarles Leveson Lane . . 
Edmund Bacon Hutton. , 
i Thomas Joseph Walker. . 
Jas. Henry Herbert Croft; 



P 18 Jan. 50 
P 12 May 53 
P 29 June 49 
19 June 65 
P18 Aug. 6-2 

V 20 Aug. 56 
12 May 55 

P27 Jan. 67 

5 Nov. 54 
P 20 Mar. 57 

V -21 July 55 
P 31 Dec. 57 

26 Feb. 58 
P 13 July 58 
P 16 July 58 

30 July 58 

11 Mar. 59 

p 30 Sept. 59 
P 6 Jan. 60 
P 7 Jan. 60 
P16 Mar. 60 
p 30 Mar. 60 
P 3 Aug. 60 

12 Nov. 58 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



BREV.MAJ. 



P 26 Feb. 53 

29 Dec. 54 

P31 Jan. 51 

P 15 Feb. 66 

9 Oct. 66 

Pll Dec. 57 

26 Nov. 56 
P 19 Feb. 58 

14 Feb. 56 
2 July 58 

18 June 57 
P 24 May 59 
P 23 Aug. 59 
P23 Aug. 59 
P 21 Feb. 60 
P21 Sept. 60 
P 16 Oct. 60 

10 Doctor Forteath served with the troops 
engaged in suppressing the rebellion in Cey- 
lon in 1848. Served the Eastern campaign of 
1854-55, and was present at the afllair of liul- 
ganak, and battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inker- 
man, and Tchernaya, and siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Clasps). 



22 Dec. 64 
PIO Mar. 57 
P 1 1 Dec. 57 
P 19 Feb. 68 

19 Apr. 59 
P23 Aug. 59 
p 6 Nov. 57 
P 16 Oct. 60 



8 Cornet Hay as Lieutenant 
in the Indian Army had charge 
of a Regiment of Goorkhas in 
the Indian campaigns of ldo7- 
hY-, and was present in the ac- 
tions of Chan (a, Umeerpore, 
and Sultanpore, and siege of 
l.ucknovv in March 1853 
(Medal and Clasp). 



Pa2/7nas^er.— Henry Dixon,6 29 0ct. 62; £ns. p 6 Feb. 47 ; Lt. p 29 Dec. 48; 
Adjutant.— Lieut. John Lee,'' 24 April 55. [Hon. Capt. 1 Jan. 60. 

Quarter Master. — William Scott,^ 26 Oct. 49. 
Riding Master. — George Cruse,'' 16 March 55. 

5Mr(/eo?i.— Alexander Forteath,'" MD. 28 March 54 ; Assist. Surg. 10 Feb. 43. 
Assist. Surgeon. — Spencer Boyd Gibb, MD. 17 May 56. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Evander Cliambers, 8 March 56. 
Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. L'ish Agents, Messrs. Cane & Sons. 
[Returned from the Crimea, 27 May 1856.] 

1 Sir Arthur Clifton'sservices:— Campaigns of 1809, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15. Commanded a squadron 
in covering and supporting four Spanish guns at the battle of 'I'alavera, and employed in different subse- 
quent operations ; buttle of Busacn, pursuit of Massena fromSantarem, takingfrom him prisoners and bag- 
gage ; battle of Fuentes d'Onor, actions at Nave d'Aver, El Bodon, Fuentes Guinaldo, and AUlea de Ponte; 
several affairs during the retreat of the army from Salamanca to Ciudad Rodrigo; charged with a squadron 
a body of French Infantry under General Clausel, near Salamanca, killing or taking nearly a liundrtri of the 
enemy; battle ot Vittoria, blockade of Pampeluna, several affairs in the Pyrenees, battle of Toulouse, 
skirmishing with the enemy and covering the retreat on the 17th of June, and battle of Waterloo. Sir 
Arthur has received the Gold Medal and one Clasp for Fuentes d'Onor and Vittoria; and the Silver War 

Medal with three Clasps for Talavera, Busaco, and Toulouse; is a Knight 2nd Class St. Anne of Russia, and 

4th Class Wilhelm of Holland, 
a Colonel Wardlaw served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Balaklava, 

Inkerman, and Tehernaya (commanded the Regt.), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, Knight 

of the Legion of Honor, "and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

3 Major Ainslio served the Eastern campaign of 18.55, including the battle of Tchernaya and siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

4 Captain Coney and Lieut. Lee served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of 
Balakluva, Inkerman, and Tclieriiaya, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

5 Captain Robertson served the Eastern campaign of 1854-65, including the battles of Balaklava (horse 
shot under him), Inkerman, and Tchernaya, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

6 Captain IJixon served the Easiern campaign of 1854-55 with the 7th Fusiliers, including the 
battles i.f Alma and Inkerman, and siege ol Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

7 Riding MaUer Cruse served iho Eastern campaign, including the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman, 
and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

9 Qr.Mastcr Scott served the Eastern campaign of 1851-55, including the battle of Inkerman and 
siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps), 



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2nd {Royal North British) Rcrjt. of Dragoons. 

On the Standards an Eacle.— " WATERLOO ' 



139 



' BALAKL.VVA " " SEVASTOPOL." 
Colonel.— \i^^\ Alex. Kennedy Cliirk Kennedy,' CH. KH. Cor. i'8 Sept. 02 ; Lt. 15 Dec. 

04 ; Capl. I' 13 Uee. U) ; .Major, \'-2i\ May -ii ; l.t.CuL i- 11 Juno :iO ; CoL "23 Nov. 41 : 

J/riy.O't«. -20 June 54; Lt.Gcn. ;] June GO; Col. 2i.rl Drs. 17 July HO. 
£u•u^Co/o/lf/.— Henry Darby tiiilHtli,- CH. Ctr. V'lo Nov. -28; fA.v'^io Nov.31 ; Capt. i' 1 

AuiT. 34 ; Miij- '' t> N<'v. 4(5; Lt.Col. p 27 Aug. 52 ; Col. 28 Nov. 54. 
jlf^or.— Geo. Calvert Clarke,* ZJn*. p 30 iMay 34 ; Lt. v 7 Oct. 3G ; Capt. P20 Sept. 39 ; 

Bt. Major, 1 1 Nov. 51 ; Bt. Lt.Col. 12 Dec. 54 ; Major, 2G Feb. 58 ; Col. 23 Apr. CO. 

Captains. conxiix. | liept. i captain . 

George Buchanan* p IGMar. 49 j p27 Aug. 52 ^ « Dec. 54 

Andrew Nugent' n 17 Dec. 52 1 24 Nov. 54 ' P 8 Teb. 56 

Duncan McNeill"^ !i'20Sept.53 15 Dec. 54 P17July57 

Leno.x Preudergast^ |P 11 Mar. 531 8 Dec. 54 Pl3Juiio5G 

Geo. Barriugtou Price' .. P 17 May 50 1 15 Mar. 53 p 1 Au^. 5G 
A. S. Montague Browne*! 18 Nov. 53^10 Mar. 55 p 24 Dec. 58 

VC James Leitlii* 4 May 49 p 27 .May 53 27 July 58 

Charles Hill Uniacke'" . . P 27 Jan. 54 j 23 Oct. 55, P25 Feb. 59 
Lieutenants. | | 



July 58 



Daniel iloodie'* 

John Lorn Stewart .... 
Thomas Philip Parr . . . . 

George Clegliorn 

Samuel Seggie 



30 Sept. 54 
P 20 Feb. 55 
P 30 Mar. 55 
P 4 Muy 55 

19 Feb. 55 



Hugh Edmond Browning' 2G Feb. 5G 



Francis Lamb Pliilp .. 

Qeoi-gc Paulet 

Coknets. 

Charles Hill 

VC John Grieve, Adj. 
Percy Charles DuCane 

Thomiis Hunt 

John Wall ce llozier , 
William Connel Black 



P17 July 57 
p 19 June 57 



icrveil the 

7 Feb. 56 batlle» of Balaklava (sabre cut on the nrck). In- 

P 8 Feb. 56 '"''""'"• »"<" Tchcrnay*. jiege and faU of Sebasto- 

in T * =;7 P°' (Medal and three Clasps, Brevet Lt-Col., 

1 J J Unc O/ Knisht of the Let;ioa of Uonor, and 5th Class of 

17 Sept. 57 theMedjidie). 

17 Nov. 57 •• Captain Buchanan served the Eastern campaign 



31 Jan. 58 



„_ .r , -- "f 184l-io, including the battles uf Balaklava 

•-7 JN OV. 5/ Inkerraan. and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and 
24 Dec. 58 \ Clasps: also Sardinian Medal). 

5 Captain Nugent served in the Eastern cam- 
paign uf 1854-55, including the battles of Balaklava, 
Inkerman, and Tchprnaja, and siege of Sebastopol 
Pll Sept. 57 (Medjl and three Clasps). 

± noI> <■ 7 ^ Captains McNeill and Browne were at the batUe of the Tchemaya, 

■* "^'^^ ^1 i and the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

2 July 581 7 Captain Prenderjiasl served in the Eastern campaicn, in- 

26 Oct. 58 cludinp ihe artair of M'Kenzie's farm, the battle of Balaklava 

p 1 7 n..^ J^ii ' (severely wounded by a musket bullet on the right fuol), and 

1 / utc. oo jjg„g Qf Sebastopol (.Medal and Clasps). 
P 18 Mar. o!)| g Captain Geo. B. Price served with the 11th Hussars the 
William .Seaman Thoinsonj P 31 May 59 l laltt-r part of the Eastern campaign of 1855, including the bat- 

Tlionias Jesson i p IG Oct. GO ' ''* "^ Tchemaya and siege of Setaslopol (.Medal and Clasp). 

Paymnster.—iohn Henry King,'^ 10 Apr. 55 ; Cor. P23 Jan. 46; Lt. P31 Dec. 47; Hon. 
Adjutant.— YdL Cornet John Grieve, 18 Feb. 59. [C«2)^ 10 Apr. 60. 

Quarter Master. — Thomas Hamilton M'Bean,''' 16 Aug. 50. 
Hiding J\/rt5^t>r.— Nicholas Mills, 11 Sept. 57. 

Surgeon. — Aug. Purefoy Lockwood,'^ 21 Sept. 52; Assist.Surg. 17 Sept. 41. 
Assistant Surgeon. — Thomas Rudd, MD., 1 Aug. 57. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Thornton Hart, 4 July 55. 
Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox k Co. Beturnedfrom the Crimea, 4c July 1856. 

1 Lieut. General Clark Kennedy served in the Peninsula with the Royal Drasioons from Sept. 1809 to Oct. 1813, in- 
cluding the battle of Busa. o, covering the retreat to Torrts Vedras, affair at Quinia de Torre, battle of Fuentes 
d'Onor (horse struck down by a shell), blockade of Almeida, actions at Nave d'Aver. b'uente Guiiialdo, and Aldea de 
Ponte (appointed Brigade Major to General Slade) ; covering the Sie^e of Ciudad Kodri^o, selected to command a party 
of Cavalry advaiiced to watch and report the enemy's movements during the siege of Badajoz, for which he was thanked 
by Lord Lynedoch ; engaged with a body of French Intantry under General Clause!, near Salamanca, battle of Vittoria, 
bUickade of Pampeluna, be;>ides various skirmishes and affairs ofoutpnsts. Campaign of ISlo, -coveting the retreat on 
the 17th June and battle of Waterloo (received two wounds and had two horses killed under him). Whilst leading his 
squadron in a successful charge against Cimnt D'Erlon's corps at Waterloo, perceiving an Eagle to the lefi, he changed 
the direction of his sqnailron, ran the officer through the body who carried it, and captured the Eagle, which belonged 
to the lOJth French iitgiment of Infantry, and ia now deposited in Chelsea Hospital. Has received the War Medal with 
two Clasps. 

S Colonel Oriffllh lerred the Eastern campaign of I8J4-3S, in command of the Scots Greys, including the alTair of M'Keniie's Farm, 
battles of Balakla>a (itaunded In the bead by a pistol-ball), Inkcncan, and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and three 
Clasps. CB., Sanlmian Medal, and 4ttl Claso of Uie Mcdjidic). 

9 Major Liith 5er\ed «ith the 14th Lt.Urs. in the Persian expedition of 1857 (Medal). Also at the suppression of the 
mutiny at Aurungabad ; with the ilalwa field force at the siege and capture of Dhar, actions before .Mui.desore (wounded), 
battle of Goora\ia, and rcliet of >eeiuuch ; with the Central India field force under Sir Hugh Hose at the siege and capture 
of Uahutgbur, relief of f-aupor, capture of Gurrakot;i and pursuit across the Bcas, forcing the Muddcnporc pass, siege and 
capture ot Jhansi, L>attles of the Betna and Kuonch. and all the affairs during the advance on Caipcc (twice mentioned in 
despatches. Brevet of Ms^or, Victoria Croaa, and Medal;. 

10 Captain Um.ncke si n>il wiih the I'Jili Hus^ais in the Crimea from 17 April 1855, incliidii.g the capture of Tchorgoun, 
siege and lall of Sebasloiol (Mtdjl and Cla^p). Suvid »ith ihe Curabiueers in Indiii, and wa> pitsei.t at ihe b.iltls of 
the Hii'dun, bailie of Blldllka^e^ai, affair ol 9ih June lb57, siige and lull of Delhi, and subsequent operations with 
Showers" MuTeable Column. 

14 Lieut. Muodie and Ur. Master M-Bran trrvcd the Kattcin eampaiitn ut liOt-SJ, including the affair of M'Keniie's Faim, baules of 
Balaklaia, Inkerman, and Tchemaya. liesr and fall ol Srbattopol ( Mrdal and three Clasp., and 6th Classof the Mrdjidie). 

15 Surgeon i.<>ckwo«d served with tlie/tli Fusiliers the Kasieni campuiKii id 1854-55, includine the affairs cf Bulganak 
and M'Kenzie'> Farm, battle of Alma, capture ol llaluklata, battle of Inkerman, and sicGC of .Sebasloprd ; was pre>ent witli 
the 8lli Iliihsais at the b.iltle of the Tchernuta (Medal and ihrtc Clasps, and Knight of the Legiun of Honor), ^served with 
the t<lli Hussars Ilie campaign of lt<:>7-68 in Central India. 

18 Caplain King served with the 0th I.anrers in the Punjnub campaign of 1848-40, and was present at the passage of 
the Cbcnab at Komnuggur, and battles of ChiUiaowallah and Qoojerat (Medal and Clasps). 



140 



3;y/ ( The King's Own) Regt. of Lt. Dr 

jn the end and 3rd Standards, with the Motto, "Nee i 
•TOULOUSE" "PENINSULA" "CABOOL, 1842" " 



THead Quarters, 
L Dundalk. 
Th» Whitfl HorsP within the Garter on the 2nd and 3rd Standards, with the Motto, "Nee asper-a terrent: 
^ ..TiLtMANCA" ''VlAoR^^^^^^ "PENINSULA" "CABOOL, 1842" "MOODKEE" 

4^ER0ZESHAH" "SOBRAOX" " PUNJAUB" " CHILLIANWALLAH" " GOOJERAT." 

Colonel —B ffl® Peter Aug. Lautour,' CB. KH. Cornet, 31 Mar. 04 ; Lt. 4 July 

05- Crtw/f. 8 MayOG; ilffy.'iOMay 13; iiJ.CoZ. 18 June 15; CoMOJan.37; 

Major Gen. 9 Nov. 46; Lt.Gen. 20 June 54; Col. 3rd Drs. 26 May 55. 
Lieut.Colonel.—Hon. Horace Manners Monckton,- Ens. p23 April 41 ; Lt. 

p '>9 April 42 ; Capt. P 4 May 49 ; MaJ. p 17 Feb. 57 ; Lt.Col. p 12 June 60. 
i»/ryor.— Richard Michael Williams, Ens. p 16 May 61; Lt. P29 Apr. 53; 

Capt. P -22 Sept. 64; MaJ. p 12 June 60. 



Years' Serv. 


57 


Full 


Half 


Pay. 


Pay. 


20 





10 





12 





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10 





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Captains. 

Edward Howard Vyse . . 

Arthur Edmund Mansel 

Robert Dymond 

William Morrison Bell . . 
Charles Talbot Goff . . . . 

Richard Blundell 

John Unett 

James Vance Cleland . . 

Lieutenants. 
Joseph P. l^onh,'' Adj. .. 

Henry Henzell Unett 

Reginald Piffard 

John Ormsby Phibbs . . 
Fred. G. Forsyth Grant. . 
Tho. Macnaghten Turner 
Samuel Barrett 



CORNET. 



P21 Aus. 49, P 



LIEUT, 

"3 Feb7 54 



CAPTAIN. BREV.MAJ. 



George Shippen Willes . . 

■ Edward Arthur Gore 

Cornets. 

Daniel Henry Doherty . . 

Anthony Strother 

John Webb 

Tliomas Donaldson 

WilliamPerceval Maxwell 

Peter Hubert Daly 

D. Hamilton Thompson 



. ^^ ^^^. ,^ , . ^ x^... -^ - .7 Feb. 57! 
p 15 Oct. 60 I P 9 Mar. 55 p 19 Feb. 5S 
P 17 Jan. 51 14 Sept. 55 p 21 May 5S\ 
P 1 Sept. 54 IP 3 Mar. 57 P 24 Aug. 58* 
P 18 May 55 | 9 Oct. 57 p 15 Oct. 58! 
P 7 Mar. 56; P 19 Feb. 58' P 4 Mar. 591 
P 31 July 57 P 28 May 58 p 12 June 60J 
p 15 Dec. 64 P 9 May 66 p 26 Nov. 58; 

31 Dec. 52 P 2 Feb. 55 

9 Jan. 58 P 24 Aug. 58 
P 2 Feb. 68 ' p 24 Sept. 58 

3 Feb. 58 J p 15 Oct. 58 
p 5 Mar. 58 j P 4 Mar. 59 

2 Feb. 58 P19 July 59 
P20 Mar. 57 Pl8 May 60J 
P14 May 68 p 1 June 60' 
p 25 Aug. 68 P12 June 60 

26 Oct. 58 
P25 Mar. 69 
P 13 May 59 
P22 July 59 
P21 Feb. 60 
P 18 Sept. 60 
P 18 Dec. 60 



Paymaster.— V red. Thomas Oiigley Hopson/ 15 Feb. 56; Cornet, p 15 Aug. 48 ; 
Adjutant. — Lieut. Joseph P. North, 15 Nov. 55. [Lt. 15 March 63. 

Quarter Master.— Charles E. Nettles, 16 July 68; Cor. 30 Mar. 58. 
Riding blaster. — James Alexander Dixon, '^21 Sept. 65. 

Surgeon. — Wm. Ord Mackenzie, MD., Assist. Surg. 4 Jan. 39 ; Surg. 8 Jan. 

Assist. Surg.—Za.mes, Parr, 28 May 57. [47 ; Surg.Maj. 4 Jan. 59. 

Vet. Surg. —Ben]. Chaning Rouse Gardiner,'^ 19 May 46; 1st Class, 1 July 69. 

Blue— Facings ^caxlei.—Ageiit, Edward S. Codd, Esq. 

[Returned from the East Indies, 12 iV/«?/1853.] 

1 Lieut.General Lautour served in the Peninsula with the lUh Dragoons in 1811 and 12; he attacked 
•with a squadron of that Regt., on ihe ii6th Sept. 1811, near El Bodon, a French Cavalry Regt., which 
had captured the baggage of the Light Division, taking several prisoners, and covered the retreat of the 
74th Regt., and five companies of the 60th Rifles from Ciudad Rodrigo. Present at the siege of Badajoz, 
battle of Salamanca, affair of Cavalry near the Tormes on the following day, when three French Battalions 
were taken, aff'iirs of Callada, Camins. and Fenta da Poso. On 7th Sept. 1812, whilst in command of a 
squadron of the 11th Dragoons, he attacked and took prisoners a company of Frerich Artillery near Val- 
ladolid, supporting tlie enemy's cavalry, during the time the British Army was crossing the Douro; he 
also repulsed, on 2nd Oct. 1812, at Monasters in front of Burgos, an attack of the enemy's pickets and 
advanced guard, making one officer and many men prisoners. He was continually on outpost duly, and 
almost daily engaged with the enemy's skirmishers, and was slightly wounded in the retreat from Burgos 
by the bursting of a shell. Served the campaign of 1815 with the 23rd Light Dragoons, and was present in 
the actions of the I6th and 17th June,and at the battle of Watei loo, where he succeeded to the command of 
the Regiment and of the Brigade; was present also at the capture of Paris. He has received the War 
Medal with one Clasp for Salamanca. 

2 Lt.Colonel IIon.H. M. Monckton served with the 29th Regt. throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-!), 
and was present at the passage of the Chenab, and battles uf Cliillianwallah (wounded) and Goojerat, and 
pursuit of the Siklis with the- force under Sir Walter GilbiMt (Medal and two Clasps). Served with the 
army of the East, attached to the 4tli Light Dragoons, and afterwards with the rank of Major in com- 
mand of the Sultans " Uciyal Regt. of Constantinople," with the cavalry under iMajor General Shirley, and 
has received tlie 1 iirkish War Medal. 

7 Lieut. North served witli the 6th Dragoons at the battle of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol (Medal and Clasp). 

8 Paymaster Uopson served as Lieut. 10th Hussars in the Crimean campaign of 1855 (Medal with Clasp 
for Sehastopiil). 

12 Riding Master Dixon served the camp.iign in AflV'lianistiin in 1842 (Medal), including tlie forcing of tlie Khyber 
Pass ; served the Sutlcj campaign of lM15-4(;, including the battles of Moodkee, Fcrozeshah (severely wovinded), and Sobrano 
(wounded) (Mcd.M and two Clasps). Sirvicl aUo the I'linjiiub can:paign of 1848-49, including the affair at Ramnuggur, 
passage of the Chenab, action of Sadoolapoie (wnundetl), .ind battles of Ohillianwallah and Goojerat ( Medal and two Clasps). 

13 Vet. Surgeon Gardiner served with the 7th Dragoon Guards throughout the Kaffir war of 1846-7 (Medal), 



Ill 



"'"llutrn.""' ] 4/A ( The Queens Own) Rcfjimeni of Light Dragoons. 

■TALAVERA" "ALnUIiniV" "SALAMANCA" " VITTORIA' " TOULOrSK " " PrNIXSl!L\" "AFFGIUXIS- 
Years'Serv. TAX" "GUUZXKli" "ALMA" "UALVKLAVA ' " I.NKKRMAN • " t^KVASTOl'OL." 

' Colonel.— l^^M Sir Gcor^'C ScovcU,' GCB. Adjutant ,:> \\n\\ 98; Cornet, '10 i»neQ%', 
Lieut, i May 00; Cfipt. 10 March 04; Major, :)() Miiy 11 ; Lieut. Col. \7 Aug. 12; 
Full ! Half Col. -27 Muy -Jo ; Major Gen. 10 Jan. 37 ; Lt.Gcn. Nov. 4G ; Gen. 20 June 54 ; Col- 
P")-- Hay. 4ti, jj ,i,t Dra-oons, It* Dec. 47. 



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Lieut.Colone!.—Gcorg;e John l?rn\vn,'' Cornet, i'17 .April 40; iiV?/^. P 14 July 43 ; Capt. 

P 3D Jan. 40; Drev. Major. 12 Dec. 54 ; Major, 12 May 57 ; Lt.Col. p 4 May 60. 
Jlfryo/-.— Fieniics Corn\vallis,=' Cornet, p 12 Apr. 50 ; Lieut. 20 Oct. 54 ; Capt. P31 Aug. 55 : 

^V«>;-, PI7 July (iO. 



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! Captains. [ 

Chas. .\. Guiiter Browne* 
Fred. J. Sandys Lindesay', 
.\!ox. Geo. Monfgo. Moorei 
Ifon. Fred. George Ellis 

William Chaine 

Warden Sergison 

William Hone Davis. . . . 
William Digby Wentwortli 

LlEUTUNANTS. 

Henry Jennings, ^ Adj. . . j 
Frank Hodgkinson .... 
Arth.W. De Capell Brooke 
.\lexander Fair Jones . . | 

Russell England 

John Kennedy 

James Edward Bradshawj 

Theophilus Gist 

Charles MatthewCalderon 

COKSUTS. I 

Harry Yonl 

Nassau Clark 

William Smith Cooke . . 
William Langton Coke . . [ 
Samuel Charles Xewton. . 
Robert Soamcs 



CO K NIC 

P13 Dec. 
PIO Mar. 
P13 Dec. 
P 2 Aug. 
P 19 Dec. 
P 10 Mar. 
29 Feb. 
P 22 Aug. 

5 Nov. 

26 Feb. 
P30 June 
P18 Sept. 

24 Nov. 
P14 .May 

13 Aug. 
P 7 Sept. 

13 May 

1 Jnly 
P 18 aMar. 

3 July 
P31 July 
P 1 Aug. 
p 25 Sept. 



CAl'TAIN. I UKKV. MAJ. 



BT. LT.COL, 



20 Oct. 54|p21Sept. 551 
' 2 Feb. 49 P 6 June 54' 
I* 6 Jnly 52 i p 9 May 5(5 
' 3 Mar. 57 p 10 Oct. 57 
'30 June 57 p 8 May 00 
• 4 Sept. 57 Pl7 Julv 60, 
' 2 Feb. 58 j p 26 Oct. 60 

15 Sept. 57 P 15 Jnno60 

26 Feb. 55 [ 

13 April 58 1 

24 Aug. 58 i 3 M„jj,rs Cornwaliis and Oeorge sorved tlie 

-O Jan. OJ Eastern campaign of )854-55, iiicludin; Oie 
•18 Feb. 59j battles of Almii, Ualakhiva, Inkerman, unU 
) 04 Jfav 59 ' Tchernaya, and s'lvze of Sebasto|>ol,al80 with 
, "j , J- •; pj, j the Li?lit Cavalry Brigade at Kupatoria (Meditl 



17 July 601 



4 Captain Browne served in the Crimea from 2Sth Aiiril to 
aOtli .luly 1855, and has the Medal with Clasp fur Sebastopol 
.■) Captain Lindesay served witli the 17th Re(;t. at the siege 
and fall of Sebasto])ol and assault of the Redan on the 8th 
^^ 1 Sept. 1855 ; also at the bombardniont and surrender of Kin- 
"" 1 bourn (Medal and Clasp). 
60 



Surg. 



3 Oct. 45 ; Surgeon 
[M({jor, 1 Oct. 58. 

Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane & 
[Sons. 



Paym.—Gw. Thorne George,' 4 May 49; ^;i5.P6Scpt. 33; i^P9Doc. 36; Capt. ' 17 
Adjutant. — Lt. Henry Jennings,* 23 March 55. [Jan. 45; Hon. Major, 1 Jan. 60. 

Quarter Master. — James William Kelly, 15 Nov. 59; Cornet, 31 Aug. 58. 
Riding Master.— 3o\m Clark, 4 Sept. 57. 
Surgeon. — Archibald Alexander, Assist. Surg. 20 Feb. 35; 
Assist. Surg. — John Charles Campbell, M.B., 23 June 54. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Herbert Sewell, 14 Nov. 56. 
Blue — Facings Scarlet. — Agents, Messrs. C. Hopkinson & Co. 
[lieturncd/rojn the Crimea, 28 May 1856.] 

1 Sir Oeorje Scovcll served the campaign under Sir John Moore, terminating with the battle of Corunna, at which he 
ras present as Deputy Assistant fiuarter Master General. Afterwards in the Peninsula in the same department at Iho 
lead-quarters under the Duke of Wellington, from Feb. 1809 to the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the 
lassage of the Douro and pursnit of Marshal Soult; battles of Talavera, Bu.-aco, and Fuentes d'Onor ; sieges of 
Mudad Rodrigo and Badajoz. battle of Salamanen, siege of Burgos, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Ni>elle, and Kive; 
Bssage of the Ad<'ur. and battle of Toulouse. Served also the campaign of 1815, incUidinL' the battle of Waterloo. Sir 
Jeorce has received the Gold Cross and one Clasp; and the Silver War Medal with eight Clasps; and has the 4th Class 
if St. Wladimir of Russia. 

2 Lt.Ckil. brown served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklavn. Inkerman (woucded) 
ind Tchernaya, and siege of Sebastopol, also present with the Light Cavaliy Brigade at Eupatoria (Medal and Cliisps, 
Cnislit of the Legion of Honor, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

8 Lieut. Jennings served the F.astern campaign of 1854-55, Including the battles of Alma, Bulaklava (wounded), 
nkcrman, andTchernaya.and siege of Sebastopol, also present with the Light Cavalry Brigade at Eupiitorift (Medal and 
!lasps). 



143 



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53 


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Hall 


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16 






5th {Royal Irish) Regt. of Light Dragoons {Lancers). \^'futX^:'' 

The Harp and Crown. " quis Sejparabit?" 
Colonel — M aSa Sir James C. Cliatterton, Bt} KH. Cor. •" 23 Nov, 09; Lt. 6 June 11 ; Capt. 

P26 Marl 18; Major, p22 July 24; Lt.Cd. P18 Dec. 27j Col. 23 Nov. 41 ; ilf«/.(?e«. 

20 June 54; if. Gm. 13 Dec. 59; Col. 5 Dis. 23 Feb. 58. 
Lt Colonel —Geo. Aug. FilmerSulivan.^ Cor. P 29 July 36 ; if. ^ 26 Feb. 41; Capt. P5Apr.44; 

MfiJ. 17 Feb. 54 ; Bt.Lt.Col. 12 Dec. 54 ; Lt.Col. 19 Feb. 58 ; Col. 15 June 60. 
^/fyor.—Robei't Portal,^ Ens. p17 Jan. 40; Lt. p8 May 45; Capt.fQ June 46; Bt. 

3fojor, 6 June 56 ; Major, 19 Feb. 58. 



Captaiks. 
William Hicks Slade* 
Wm. G. Dunham Massy^ 
Francis R. Charles Grant 
Thomas Wm. Vallance'' •• 
Charles Edwyn Wyatt^.. 

Edward Boyd'" 

Arthur Murray" 

Fred. Walter Cardeu.. .. 
Lieutenants. 

Adolphus Murphy 

Edwd. Fra. Weaver,"^f{/. 
William Edgeworth'''. 
Richard J. Wyrley Birch 
William Lloyd Browne. . . 

John Chaffey 

John Henry Waterfall . . 

Boyle Vandeleur 

Alexander Ewing 

Cornets. 
Fra.JohnRocheThacliwell 
Martin Pierce Blake .... 
James Eduin Gwyther . . 
Richard Moore Sadlier. . 
James Geo. Hubert Fox . 



19 Mar. 47 
27 Oct. 64 

P 16 Sept. 51 
9 Mar. 65 

P 18 July 48 

P 29 Dec. 48 
17 June 53 

P 15 Feb. 56 



23 Oct. 57 
P 22 May 57 

17 Apr. 58 
p 15 Nov. 55 

21 May 58 
P 19 Jan. 55 

10 Sept, 58 

31 Dec. 58 

9 Mar. 60 
P 23 Mar. 60 
P 25 May 60 
P 18 Dec. 60 
P 19 Dec. 60 



LIEUT. 



P 23 May 48 

9 Feb. 55 

P 23 June 54 

P 25 May 55 

P 8 Mar. 50 

P 1 Apr. 53 

23 Oct. 55 

26 Mar, 58 



7 Sept. 55 

17 Mar. 58 

23 Oct. 57 

P 6 May 59 

1 May 58 

P 10 July 60 

5 June 55 

P16 Nov. 60 

P 18 Dec, 60 



CAPTAIN, BREV.MAJ. 



P 9 Mar, 55 20 July 58 

20 Feb, 57 | 

16 Mar, 58 

P29 Apr, 69 

2 Feb, 58 

26 June 55 
P 16 Nov, 60 
p 18 Dec, 60 



2 Colonel Sulivan served Ihe Eastern cam- 
paign of 1854-55, including the aflfair of 
M'Kenzie's Parm, battles of Balaklaya, Intter- 
maii, and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol (Medal and thiee Clasps, Knight of the 
LeLiion of Honor, and 5th Class of the Mtd- 
jidie). 

3 Major Portal served the Eastern cam- 
paign of 1854-55, and vr&s present at the 
battles of Alma, Balaklava (horse shot under 
him in the Light Cavalry charge), Inkerraan, 
and Tchernaya, and siego of Sebastopol; and 

' was Aide de Camp to Lord George Paget during 
the period he commanded the Light Cavalry Brigade in the 
Crimea, including the expedition to Eupatoria (Medal and four 
Clasps, Sardinian Medal, Turkish Medal, and 6th Class of the 
Medjidie). 

7 Captain Vallancesorved with the 95tli Kegt. at the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol from 22nd Aug. 1855 (Medal and Clasp). 

9 Captain Wvatt served with the 14th Lt. Drs. in the Persian 
expedition of 18-57 (Medal). Also in the Central India field 
force under Sir Hugh Rose in 185S and was present at the 
siege and capture of Unhutghur, action of Barodia, relief of 
Paym. — John Akin Dyer' 15 Mar, 53, Saugor, capture of Gnrrakota, forcing the Muddunpore pass, 
Adj.—Lt. E, F, Weaver,'^ 5 Mar. 58. ^'^S^ ""^ =*P'"^« "^ J'''^"^' ^'^"^''^ ^^'"^ ^^*'P)- 
Qr.Master.— Geo. Griffith, 3 June 59. 
Riding Master. — Wm. Rant, 6 Aug. 58. 

6'Mr^eo?i.— Henry Huish, M.D., A.S. 31 Jan. 45; Surg. 15 Aug. 54. 
Assistant Surgeon. — John Atkinson, 10 March 58. 

Veterinar]/ Surgeon. — William C. Lord, 26 Jan. 45; \st Class, 1 July 59. 
Facings Scarlet.— Agent, Henry Tucker Clack, Esq. 

I Sir James Chattcrton served in the 12tli Light Dragoons, now the Koyal Lancers, in Portugal, Spain, Flanders, and 
Trance, 'from 1811 to 1818, including the affairs of I'uente Guinaldo and Aldea de Ponte ; the sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo and 
Badajoz; frequently employed upon detached posts of observation and thanked for his exertions ; the actions of Usagre, 
Llerena, Passage of tlie" Tormes, near Salamanca (town), and attack of the enemy's rear-guard, Heights of San Christoval, 
Rueda, Castrajon, and battle of Salamanca; affairs at Tudela, Valladolid, CeUidadel Caminho, to the investment and siege of 
Burgos, actions at Monasteno, Bridge of Baniel, Quiutana Palla Venta del Pozo, and Cabezon, actions on the retreat from Burgos 
to Salamanca, thence to the combat, and passnge of the Huebra, Torrequemada and outposts to CiuUad Rodrigo, upon tlie 
advance of the army in 1813 ; the passage of tlie Ebro and Esla, action at Osma, and battle of Vittoria, actions at Villa Franca, 
Tolosa, to the siege and capture of San Sebastian. The actions on crossing the Bidassoa, and carrying the enemy's fortified 
entrenchments. The battle of the Nivelle, the actions at St. Jean de Luz, at Anglet, the Mayor's House, Bidart, the battles on 
the Kivc from the 9th to the IStli Dec. 181.3 ; the passage of the Adour, and investment of Bayonue; occupation of Bordeaux, 
the passage of the Garonne, and affairs at Etaliers or the passage of the Dovdogne, besides various skirmishes and minor affairs. 
In I'llS, the battles of Quaire Bras and Waterloo, to the auvance on and capture of Paris. He has received the Cross of Kniglit 
of the Royal Hanoverian Guelphic Order, that of San Fernando of Spain, the War Medal and four Clasps for the hattic of 
Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nive, and the Waterloo Medal. Received the commands of her Majesty to attend and hear 
the Great Banner on the occasion of the Funeral of the late illustrious Duke of Wellington, "in consideration of his long, 
faithful, and distinguished services." 

4 Major Slade served in the Crimea with the Gth Dragoons, and was present at the battle of the Tchernaya and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

6 Capt. Dunham Massy served at the latter part of the siege of Sebastopol, and commanded the Grenadiers of the 19th 
Regt. at the assault on the Redan on the 8th Sept., where he was dangerously wounded by a ball which passed tlirough his 
left tliigh, shattering the bone (Medal and Clasp, and Knight of the Legion of Honor). 

10 Captain Boyd served with the 13th Light Infantry in the Crimea from SOih June 1855, including the battle of the 
Tchernaya, siege and full of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp), Also in the Indian campaign and was present at the relief of 
Azimghur and subsequent operations, and actions at Bhanpore, Doomureahgunge, and Toolsepore (Medal). 

I I Captain Murray served with the 12th Lancers in the Crimea from 17th May 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol, and various operations near Eupatoria under General D'AUonville (Medal and Clasp). Also served with a Squadron 
of the 12th Lancers with General Whitlock's Division of the Sanger and Nerbudda field force, from July to Dec. 1857. 

13 Lieut. Weaver served with the Royal Dragoons during the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of 
Balaklava, Inkcrman, and Tchernaya, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and three Clasps). 

14 Lieut. Edgeworth served in the 8th Regt. at the siege of Delhi in 1857, and as a volunteer with the Artilleiy during the 
breaching of the city walls and the assault; was afterwards severely wounded in the action of Bolundshur, 



Kirkce. 

Depo t. Miild stone. 
Yfara'Serv. l 

I 



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The Caslle of Inniskilling.-" WATERLOO" "BALAKLAVA" "SEVASTOPOL." 
Half ColoneJ.—\ii.i.\ Thomas Mnrten,' KH. Cor. and Sub. Lt., 22 Nov. 13; Lt. i'ii3 Juno 17 ; Capt. 
I'ay. 1 P4 May 22 ■ Major, v 1-2 Dec. 26 ; Lt.Col. 2y May 35 ; Col. 9 Nov. 46 ; Major Gen. 20 J uno 

I 54 ; Col. 6 Dn. 1-2 Nov. CO. 

,Lt.Coloiiels.—C\uiv\i:s Cameron Sliute,'' Co;-«c/, P 19 July 34; /,<. P13 May 3!) ; Capt. P5 

j Jlar. 47; .VaJ. 1 June 54 ; Bt.Lt.Col. 12 Dec. 54 ; Lt.Col. p 11) Fob. 58 ; 'Col. 21 Sept. 58. 

j Thomas R.Cra\vlev,=' Ensign, 10 Dec. 34; Licut.\) Mar. 42; Capt. p13 Oct. 54; M(]j. 26 

Feb. 58 ; Lt.Col p23 Sept. 5'J. 
AT^yo/*.— Edmund D'Arcy llunt.'i Cornet, P29 Oct. 47 ; Lt. v 19 Oct. 40; Capt. p 15 Sept. 54; 

I Major, 2(5 July 58. 
James D. Cowell/ Cornet, p 18 July 34; Lt. P 17 May 37 ; Capt. p 9 June 48; Major, 20 
I July l>%. 



Captains. 



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7 






I Archibald Weir* 

\Vm. Sawrey Rawlinson* 
Nicholas De Jersey Lovell 
7/o«. Ch.Wemy.<stlicsiger 
T.E.Anderson,"'(}M.2Apr.4T 
Joseph Thomas Wetherall 
John Edward Swindley^ . . 
Richard \Vm. Renshaw.. 
Thomas Edward Gordon^ 
Hon. Edw. Roden Bourko 

j Lieutenants. 
NVilliam Moule* 

' .ffo/i.Wm.Oct.B.Annesley 

Edward Napier 

George M. liillington'" .. 
Burton John Davcney . . 

Robert John Garnctt 

Denison Montagu !M. Inge 
John Hardy 

1 John Baskerville 

I Robert Davits'" 



! ConxETs. 

T. Joseph FitzSimon, .Idj. 25 June 58 
Alex. Fred. Stewart .... 24 July 5: 
Henry A. Reade Revell . . 13 Aug. 58 
William Valentino King 14 Aug. 58 
William Ward Beunitt . . P 5 Aug. 59 

Hew Stevenson p 1 Apr. 60 

Hamilton John AVallace . Ip 13 Dec. 59 
Charles Borlasc j ? 21 Sept 



CAl'TAIN. BKEV.MAJ. BT.LT.CO/, 



21 May 52 
P 10 Juno 53 
P 20 Sept. 53 
V 5 Aug. 53 

10 Nov. 54 
P 24 Nov. 54 

15 Jan. 47 
P 10 Aug. 57 
P 27 Oct. 48 

18 Nov. 57 

22 June 55 
P 30 Oct. 57 

31 Dec. 57 

P 30 Apr. 55 

30 Mar. 55 

15 Jan. 58 

20 July 55 

!> 26 Feb. 58 

P 13 July 58 

23 Apr. 58 



14 April 54 9 Oct. 57 
I 6 Oct. 54 P 23 Oct. 57 

P24 Nov. 54 'p IS) Feb. 58 
jPSODec. 53 'p 2 July 58 
I 9 Oct. 571 26 July 58 
! 9 Oct. 57 'P 26 July 58 
I 22 Dec. 50 1 5 Mar. 58 

P 10 Sept. 58 P 30 Mar. 60 
17 Sept. 50 18 Sept. 57 

P 25 June 58. P 30 Nov. 60 

j -t Major Conell sfocd with 



le 3rd Light 
on r\ L r-U'rasoons tlirouiliout the eampnign of 1842 ia 

23 Oct. o7|Aftghani.tnn(Mca(il).»i.dwa» present nt the forcing 
P 28 May 58 "f '•>= Khybt-r l»«s% capture of Manioo KhaU. 

OP r l' -Q 'tormiug the heights of Jujtdulluck, actions of 
-U J Uiy OS Tezcen and HuftkotuI, and occupation of CabnoL 
P 26 Dec. 56 "* "■*' present as Aidc-de-C«mp to Sir Joseph 
f>i T I ro Thackwell in the action ot JIaharajpore on the 
-./ July o8 iutii Dec. ISIS (Medal). He also »er%cd the Sutlej 

24 Au -- - - 

26 Mar. 58 Jal and two Clasps)7 Towards the close of the 
P 13 May .59 Sutlcj campaign heofficialed as Depnty Assistant 
c AT ^,-1 iQr. Master Geuer; ■ 

G Mar. 60 with the loth h 

P 1 June GO 1S55, including the capture of Tchorgaun, battle of 

Ithe Tchemaya. siege and fall of Scbastopol (Medal 

land Clasp and Turkish Medal). 

6 Captain Anderson served ilie liaslern campaign of 1854 

with the 13th Light Dragoons; was under fire the day pre- 

vioustothe Alma, and present at the battles of Alma, Bula- 

klava, and Inkerman (Medal and Clasps and Turkish Medal). 

7 Captain Swindley served with the 12th Lancers in the Xafflrwar 
of 1952-3 ( .Medal), and was at the action o( the Berea. Also the Eattem 
campaign from 9th May 18i5. including siege and fall of Sebastopol 
( Medal and Clasp and Turkish Medal), and commanded General Simp. 
son's escort in the Crimea. 

10 Lieut. Billington served with the 4th Reet. at the assault 
of the Fort on Bey t Island OQ 2nd April 1858 and was severely 
wounded. 



Paijmasfer. — Thomas Sinalci?," 24 Sept. 59. 

Adjutant. — Cornet Thomas Josej/h FitzSimon, 3 July GO. 

In.itrnctor of Musketry. — Captain Hon. E. R. Bourkc, 14 Jan. 50. 

Quarter Master. — Charles Wooden, 26 Oct. 60 

Hiding Master.— Y<ll Joseph Malone," 7 Sept. 58. 

Surgeon. — Gavin Ainslie TurnbuU,'' 28 Dec. 55; Assist. Surg. }& Aug. 50. 

Assist. Surgeons. — Oliver Barnett, 24 Nov. 54. 

I VCT Valentine Mumbee M'Master,'« 27 March 55. 

I Veterinary Surgeon.— James Collins, '< 23 June 54. 

Jjcarlet — Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox ic Co. 
[lielurned from the Crimea, 7 Julg 1856. Embarked for India, 6 Aug. 



1858.] 



1 M-)jor General Marten joined the Army in the North of Spain in January 1814, and served the last Campaign In 
the South of France. The following year proceeded to Belgium and was present in the retreat from Quatrc Bras on the 
17th June, and at Waterloo ^hnrse wounded^, and marched with the cavalry Xo Paris. 

2 Colonel Shute served in the 13tli Lt. l)ras.>ons with the Field Force empluycd in the reduction of Kurnool, Fast 
Indies ; served with the Uth Drazonns the Eastfrn campiiign of 1854-.')5 (as As5i«l. Adjutant Genera! of the Cavalry Division 
»ince 23rd Nov. 1854), including the baitle* of Baliiklavit, Inkerman, and Tclioriiaya, and sietre and fall of Sebmtonol 
(M. dal and Cla«|,», Brevet Lt.Col., Knizht of the Leirion of Honor, 5th Class of tliu Medjidie, Hnd Turki h .Medal).' 

3 Lt.Colonel Crawley was present at the closing operations before MooUan and at the surrender of the cilndcl S2nd 
Jan. 1843 He served at extra Aide-de Camp to Sir Henry Diindas commandinp the llunibay Division of the nrnry of 
the Funjaub during the march from .Moultim and the subscqiienl operations, and was'present at the battle of 
Goojerat (Medal) and in the pursuit of the Sikh army to the river Jhelum. 

3t Major Hunt served with the 9tn Lancers in the last Funjaub cumpai^n, and was pri-»ent at the baltles of Chil- 
lianwullah and Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). Served the Knstern camiaigii w'th the Gtli D^a^uon<l, including the battles 
of Italaklata, Inkertnan, and Tchemaya, and siege and fail of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps. Sardinian and TurLUh 
Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). lurkisn 

5 Captains Weir and Rawlinson nerved the Eastern campaien of 1854-.V>, including the battles of Balaklava Inkerman 
and Tchemaya, and iiege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps and Turkish .Medal,'. CapUin Weir has the 6th Class 
of the Medjidie. 

t C2 



144 Oth Unnishilling) Regiment of Dragoons. 

8 Captain Gordon served with the 14th Lt. Dragoons in the Punjaub Campaign of 1848-9, including the battles of 
Chillian-.vallah and Goojerat, pursuit of the enemy across the JheUini, and of the Affghans over the Indus, through the 
Khvber Pass (Medal and Clasps). Served with the Central India field force under Sir Hugh Rose in 1858, and was 
present at the siege and capture of Ch;indeyrie, siege and capture of Jhansi, battle of Koonch, affairs during the advance 
on Calpee and action of Golowlee, capture of Calpee and pursuit, action of fliorar, several engagements on the lieights 
before Kotakaserai and Gwalior, recapture of the fort and city of Gwalior and pursuit of the rebels in 1858-59 (mentioned 
in dispatches, Wedal and Clasp), 

9 Lieut. Woule served in the Crimea, including the battle of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopd (Medal and Clasp 
and Turkish Sledal). 

12 Lieut, navies served the Eastern campaign of 18.54-55 with the 11th Hussars including the affairs of Bulganak and 
McKenzie's Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava (wounded and horse shot), and Tcliernaya, siege and fall of Sebasiopol (Medal 
and iliree Clasps, also the Sardinian and Turkish Medals). 

13 Payma-t. rSniales served with Ihe 7th Dr. Gds. during the Kaffir war of 1846-47 (Medal). Served in the Crimea 
as Chief Paymaster of the Turkish Contingent (Turkish Medal). 

14 Veterinary Surgeon Collins served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Balaklava and Inker- 
man, and siege of Seb.istopol (Medal and Clasps and Turkish Medal). 

15 Surgeon TurnbuU served with the 12th Lancers in the Crimea from 9th May 1855 (Medal and Clasp for Sebastopd and 
Turkish Medal). 

10 Assist. Surgeon M'Master served in the Persian war in 1857, including the night attack and battle of Kooshab, and 
bombardment of Mohumrah (Medal and Clasp). Left Allahabad with Havelock's column in July 18.57, and was prescntin 
all the operations resulting in the recapture of Cawnpore and in the first advance into Oude and subsequent engagements up to 
12th August ; present on the second advance into Oude and in all the actions ending in the relief of the Residency of 
Lucknow and subsequent defence including several sorties (wounded) ; with Outram's force at Alumbagh until the capture 
of Lucknow ; the Rohilcund campaign and capture of Bareilly (Medal and Clasp). 

17 Biding Master Malone served in the 13lh Light Dragoons in the Eastern Campaign of 18i4-55, including the affairs 
of Bulganac and McKenzie's Karm, battles of Alma, Balaklava (horse shot), and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, 
and expedition to Eupatoria (Victoria Cross, Medal and four Clasps, and Turkish Medal), 



ii; 



G2 



DepoV.c'l"r'bury.] 7M ( Thc QuccH^' O.ni) BcjL of Lt . Draf/oo.s (llussars). 

YearH'STrv. " I'KNlNStl.A " " WATERLOO." 

Colonel.— }Sl Sir William Tuyll,' KCH. Cor. 22 Oct. !)9; Lieut. 18 July 10, Cnpt. 7 

Ajuil 04 ; Major, iO Nov. 0(! ; Lieut. Cul. in June 1 I ; Col. 27 Afay 25 ; Major Gen. 

10 Jan. ;?7 ; Lt.Ccu. !) Nov. 40; Gen. 20 June .j4 ; ^'o/. 7lh Hussars, 10 Mar. 4(>. 
Lieut. Colonels.— Sir William Uussill," Jiart.,Cli. Cornet, i- 2 July 41 j Lt.i"21 I'eh. 40; 

Ctipt. P 10 Apr. 47 ; .Major, 13 Aujf.o7 ; Jit. Lt. Col. JO July .OS ; Lf.Cnt. i- 12 Nov. .08. 
William Dascon Husho,^ Cornet, i'27 I'eli. 40 ; Lt. v 17 Apr. 47 ; fV//;/. i' ^^ June 52; Bt.Mnj. 

20 July 58; il/^r/./o;-, 1 Jau. 50; Jit. Lt. Col. 'IV, Apr. .39; J.t.Col. I'O Mur. 00. 
.1//</i>;*.— IIarrin<,'"ton Astluy Trevelyan,* Cti;7(t7, f 17 Oct. 51; Z,/. i' 15 I'eb. 53 ; Copt. S 

Dec. 54 ; Major, i' 8 March 50. 
Hon. Ivo (leVesci Edward Tvusleton Wykeliam Fienne.^,* Cornet, p22 Nov. 50; Lieut. 

•' 8 June 52 ; Capt. p 3 Mar. 57 ; Brev.Maj. 20 .luly .08; Major, n 9 Mar. 00. 







Captains. 
David Philip Brown*. . . . 

James Aytoun' 

Thomas IleathcoteStisted' 

Frank Gartbrtii" 

FCi/o«. A.ll 



COKNEr. 



" 9 Feb. 40i''lGSci)t. 51 

"22 Oct. 47 I "31 Oct. 51 

3 April 401" 10 Dec. 4? 

V IG Aug.SOjPSO Dec. 53 

V. Ansou'"|p 27 May 53 ! 8 Dec. 54 
Robert Hale p 11 June 52 14 Sept. 55 



CAl'T AIN. IIREV.MAJ 

' 9 May 501 
' 24 June 50 1 

9 Oct. 57 20 Apr. 50 

5 Mar. 58 
' July 55 28 May 59 



Johu Gore <• 17 Feb. 



Pll Feb. 48 > 18 Jan. 50 

3 Ai)ril 40 5 April 50 

11 Doc. 57 



27 July 
2 Feb. 



14 Mar. 
■ GFeb. 



Alfred E. Wilkinson 
Ricliard Shaw '-.... 
Edw. Picton Baumg.irttn. p 19 Jan. 55 j 

LlliUTEXANTS. 

Richard Topiiani** 

I Henry John Wilkin,'^ \ 

I {.itsiit.Surtj-\i ian.rri) j 

, John B. Phillipson" 21 Dec. ob' ':> 10 July .J8 

Robt. DalrympleSteuarl'' p 26 Aug. 5 
j /fon. Walter Harbord". . 18 Dec. 57 p 19 Nov. 58 
I J.Mould;-».l</;.(rt.1/.7.\ov5(i) 10 Mar. 58 

Charles H. Baillie P23 Mar. 58 

i/on.A.Wm. E.M. Herbert P 



1 Jan. 59 

5 Mar. 58 p 30 Sept. 59 [ 

5 Mar. 58 | 

22 Mar. 58 

P 30 Mar. 00 



BT.LT.COL. 



•C Cplaiii Urown has Uie Order of the 
.Molji.lie, 40i Class, for service in the Turli- 
ish Contingent. 
7 Canlain .Vytonn served in tlie Indian cam- 
in v -o P"'"" '™"' ^'^''- 1^J8 to March 1859 and was 
P I'J Aov. o8 present nt the rtimlse of the eueiiiy's attack 
P 19 Nov. 58 O" Oie Alumb:igh, siege and rapture of Lurk- 
11 Mar 59 """' "''^'''" "f Harrie and Sirser, action of 
p n M ' -i\ ^'i'«at)!iunge, oecupalioii of Fv7.al)i,d, passage 
''11 iuar. OJ of tlie Gooniiee at SuUiinpore,"throughout the 



Herbert Owen Johnes .. 

William Edward Shaw .. 

Arth. L'E. Ham. Holmes; 

Cornets. 1 



npore, throughout I 
7 May 58 p 3 June 59 Byswarra campaigu, including the affairs of 
2G Feb. 50 P 1 .5 Juno 00 "^'""'"f Nuddec .ind llyderghur. and pursuit of 
.T 1 V u -- K \r -a Borihi Madho's force to"tlie Goonitcc; aho the 
-4 t-eb. oi O iuar. i>»|'i.,..,„s.Q„j,r^ campaign, including the affair 
15 Dec. 57 P C Nov. 60 near Churda and pursuit, taking of the fort of 
I Mfcjcedia, attack on Bankee with pursuit to tlic Raptee, ad- 



Fdwird Mptcilfp ' P q Nov "-.ft ' *"•■"'«« >"'» NepanI and affair at Sitkaghat (Medal and Clasp). 

^{jwaia .Metcalle v y iNov. M, y Captaiu Garlorth served in the Indian campaign from Feb. 

[Edmund Hegan Kennard p2G Nov. o8 185S to March 1859 and was present at the affair of .Meengnnge, 

Richard Simmons" . . . . j 1 Jan. 59 siege and capture of Lucknow, affairs of Harree and Sirsee, »c 
; Henry Herbert Wombwell p 11 Jan 

Robert Master 

Hen. Augustus Bushman 
I George Ernest Pai^ct 

Francis Massy Drew 



1 Jan. 59 siege and capture of Lucknow, affairs of Ha 

59 lion of Nawahgunge, occupation of Fyzahad, passage of the 

1 .:n >r .„ I Goomtee at Sultanporc, tliroughout the Byswarra campaign, in- 

I -J^ ^"iiy ^J ciuiling thc affau-s of Kandoo Nnddee, Palceghat, and flyder- 

9 Nov. 58 ghur, and pursuit of Bcnhi Madho's force to the Goonitee; also 

P31 .July 60 the Traus-Go'ira campaign, including the affair near Ciiurda and 

D 1 a t!or,f Ci\ pursuit, taking the fortof Meejecdia, attack on Bankee with pur 

10 oepi. ou jjii, j^ ,||^ lUptee, advance into Ncpaul and affair at Sitkaghal 



John Lawrence p 19 Sept. 00 (Medal and Clasp), 



;hat 



Arthur Jones 



P17 Mar. 00 

5 -i^ Paymaster.— George Elliott,'^ 18 Sept. 57 ; Q. M. 1 June 55. 
5 I U /I<(/M^<H<.—Zi(w^ John Mould,=" 10 March 58. 

3 Instructor of Mushetnj. — Cornet Edward Metcalfe, 13 Sept. 59. 

4 Quarter Master. — Walter Borthwick,-^ 25 Aug. 57. 

3 Riding iVrt«/er.— William Brav," 5 Oct. 58. 

16 .uS'iayeoH.— Henry Kendall," M'.D. 6 Oct. 54; Assist. Surg. IG Dec. 45. 
7 Assistant Surgeons. — George Jloulas Slaughter,** 13 Dec. 54. 

4 Oi Thomas .Mien Thornl.ill,=« M.B. 28 May 57. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — John Barker," 27 July iio. 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox ii Co. 
[lietumcdfrom Canada, ]d Dec. 1842. Embarked for India, 27 Aug. 1857.] 

1 Sir Win. Tuyll reived during pan of the campaigns of 1793, 94, aiid 95 in the Netherlands; b! llie Helder 
In 1799; and in Portugal, Spain, and Walcheren in t60Sand9, ai: Aide-dc-Camp to the Murquis of .Vnglcsey. Sir 
William ha< received the War Medal nillione Clasp for Snhacun and lieiicvente. 

i Sir William Uussell served in the Indian campaign from Feb. IS'SS to March 18.')9 and was present at the repulse of the 
enemy's attack on the Alumbagh, siege and capture of Lucknow (brevet of Lt.Cidonel.'. Commanded the "th Hussars at 
the affairs of Barree and Sirsee, action of N^wab^unge, occupation of F)zabad, passage of thc Goomlee at .Sultanpore, 
throughout thc Byswarra campaign, including the affairs of Kai:doo Nuddee, Paleeghat, llyderghur, and puisuil of Benhl 
Madhu's force to the Goomtee , also the Trans Gogra campaign, including the affair near Chunla and pursuit, taking the 
fort of .Merjeedia, attack on Bankee with pursuit to thc Raptee, adrance into Nepaul and affair of Sitkaghat (several times 
mrniioned In ilespatilies, CB., Med.d and Cla^p;. 

.1 Ll.Col. Bushe strved in the Indian campaign from Feb. IWS to March 1859 and was present at the irpulse of the 
enemy's attack on the Aiumhagh, »iege and ca|<ture of Lucknow, affair of Burree, action of Nawabgunce (mentioneil in 
despatches , cccupation of Fyzubad. passage of the Goomtee at Sullanpore, affair of Shahpore, througliout the Bvswarra 
camp:>ign, Including ihe affairs of Knndoo Nuddee, Paleeghat, and taking the forts of RehoV4 and Reoivlee ; also the Trans- 
Gogra campaign, including the affair near Churda and pursuit, taking the fort of Mi.jeeJi.i, attack on Bankee with pursuit 
to the R.iptee, advance into Nepaul and affair at Sitkaghat ;Brevrts of Major anif Lt.Colonel, Medal and Clasp). 

4 JIajor Tr( velyan lervcd the Kastern campaign of l8.')l with the Uth Ilusaars, including the affair of Bulgannk, battles 
of Alma and B.\laklava (wounded;, and siege of Sebaatopol (.Medal and three Clasps, and .5th Class of thc Mtdjidie). 

U Major Hon. I. Fiennes served in the Ii dian campaign from Feb. 18.18 to March 1859 and was present at the affair of 
MeenguDge, siege and capture of Lucknow, affai'S of Barree and Sirsee, action of Nawabgunge, occupation of Fytabad, 



146 7th {The Queen's Own) Kegi. of Light Dragoons (Hussars). 

passage of the Gooititee at Sultanpore, affairs of the Kandoo Nuddee, and Paleeghat, throughout the Trans- Gogva campaign 
as Cavaliy Brigade Major, Includiiig passage of the Gogra at Fyzabad, affairs of Muclileegaon and Kamdakoti, advance into 
MepanI, and affair at Sitkaghat (several times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal and Clasp). 

8 Miijor Stisted served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-'J with the 3rd Light Dragoons, and was pr.-sent at the affair of 
Ramnugttur, tlie passage of the Ciienah at VVnzeerabad on the Ist Dec. 1848, with the force under Sir .Joseph Thacknell, 
nctioii or Sadoolapore, battles of Cliiilianwallah (wounded, and charger wounded) and Goojerat (Medal and two Clasps). 
Served with the l:.'th Lancers in the Crimea from 9th May l-»55, including the siese and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and 
Cla-p). Served with the 7V.\ Hussars in the Indian campaign from Feb. 1858 to March 1*59 and was present at the affair 
of Meengiinge, siege and capture of Lucknow, affair of Barree, action of Nawabgunge, occupaiiin of Fyzabad, passage of 
the Goumiee at Sultanpore, throughout the Byswarra campaign including the affairs of Doudpore, Kandoo Nucldee, 
Paleeghat, Hyderghur, and pursuit of Benhi Madho's force to the Goomtee; alsi the Trans-Gogra campaign, ii, chiding 
the affair near Churda, and pursuit, taking the fort of Jleejeedia, attack on Bankee and pursuit to the Ilaplee, advance 
into Nepaul and affair at Sitkaghat (twice mentioned in despatches, Bievet ot Blajor, Medal and Clasp). 

10 Major Han. A. .\rison servfd with tice Rifle Brigade at the siege of Sebastopol from Jan. 1855 (Medal and Cla?p, 
and 5th Class of the Mt'djidic). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58 as Aide de Camp to General Grant, and was 
present at tlie siege and capture of D^llii (wounded), action at Bolundshuluir, the second relief of Lucknow and assault 
of the Secundra Bagh (wounded, and horse killed), assault and capture of Lucknow, and affairs at Koorsee and Barree ; 
was thanked by the Governor General in Council and repeatedly mentioned in despatches (Medal and Clasps and Victoria 
Cross and Brevet of Major). 

U Captain Wilkinson served with the 9th Lancers in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the battles of Chil- 
lianwallah and Goojerat (Medal and two Clasps). Also in suppression of the Indian Mutiny in 1857-59, present at the 
assault and capture of Delhi, and action of Bolundshuhur, commanded a squadron in the actions of AUyghur, Agra, and 
Kanouge, present at the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, and at the final siege and capture of the city, commanded a 
squadron throughout the summer campaign in Oude and Rohilcund including actions at Rhodamow, AUygunge, capture of 
Bareilly, Shahjehaiipore, and pursuit to Mahomdee (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal and Clasp). 

!2 Captain Shaw served with the 9t1i Lancers in the suppression of the Indian Mutiny in 1858-59, commanded a squad- 
ron of the 9th Lancers at tiie passage of the Gogra at Fyzabad, and present at the affairs of iluckliegaoin and Kumda- 
koti (Medal). 

14 Lieut. Topham served in the Indian campaign from Feb. 1858 to March 1859 and was present at the repulse of the 
enemy's attack on the Alumbagh, siege and capture of Lucknow, affairs of Barree (wounded; and Sirsee, action of Nawab- 
gunge (contused), occupation of Fyzabad, passage of the Goomtee at Sultanpore, throughout the Byswarra campaign, 
Including the affairs of Kandoo Nuddee, Paleeghat, and Hyderghur, and pursuit of Benhi Matlho's force to the Goomtee ; 
also the U'rans- Gogra campaign, including the affair near Churda and pursuit, taking the fort of Meejeedia, attack on Bankee 
with pursuit to the llaptee, advance into Nepaul and affair at Sitkaghat (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal and Clasp). 

15 Lieut. Wilkin served in the lltli Hussars throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-65, including the affars of Biil- 
ganac and JI'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal 
and four Clasps, and 5th Class cf the Medjidie). Served in the 7th Hussars in the Indian campaign in Feb. and March 
18.')8 (severely wounded in the operations before Lucknow) and from Dec. 1858 to Majxh 1859 and was present at the affair 
of Meengunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, throughout the Byswarra campaign, including the affair near Churda and 
pursuit, taking the fort of Meejeedia, attack on Bankee with pursuit to the Raptee, advance into Nepaul and affair of 
Sitkaghat (mentioned in despatches, Medal and Clasp). 

17 Lieut. Phillipson served in the Indian campaign from Sept. to Dec. 1858, including the affair of Daodpore (Medal). 

18 Lieut. Steuart served in the Indian campaign from Feb. 1858 to March 1859 and was present at the repulse of the 
enemy's attack on the Alumbagh, siege and capture of Lucknow, affair of Barree, action of Nawabgunge, occupation of 
Fyzabad, passage of the Goomtee at Sultanpore, affair of Shahpore, throughout the Uyswarra campaign, including the 
affairs of Kandoo Nuddee and Paleeghat, taking the forts of Rehora and Keowlie, and pursuit of Benhi Madho's force to 
the Goomtee; also the Trans-Gogra campaign, including the affair near Churda and pursuit, taking the fort of Meejeedia, 
attack on Bankee with pursuit to the Raptee, advance into Nepaul and affair at Sitkaghat (Medal and Clasp). 

19 Lt. Hon. W. Harbord served in the Indian campaign from April 1858 to March 1859 and was present at the affair of 
Sirsee, action of Nawabgui.are, occupation of Fyzabad, passage of the Goomtee at Sultanpore, throughout the Byswarra 
campaign, including the affairs of Kandoo Nuddee, Paleeghat, and Hyderghur, and pursuit of Benhi Madho's force to the 
Goomtee; also the Trans-Gogra campaign, including the affair near Churda and pursuit, taking the fort of Meejeedia, attack 
on Bankee and pursuit to the Kaptee, advance into Nepaul and affairat Sitkaghat (mentioned in despatches. Medal ami Clasp). 

20 Lieut, aiould served as Adjutant of the 7th Hussars in the Indian campaign Irom Feb. 185rf to Blarch 1859 and was 
present at the repulse of the enemy's attack on the Alumbagh, siege and capture of Lucknow, affairs of Barree and Sirsee, 
action ot Nawabgunge (wounded), occupation of Fyzabad, passage of the Goomtee at Sultanpore, throughout the Byswarra 
campaign, including the affairs ot Kandoo Nuddee, Paleeghat, and Hydergunge, and pursuit of Benhi Madho's force to the 
Goomtee ; also the Trans-Gogra campaign, including the affair near Churda and pursuit, taking the tort of Meejeedia, attack 
on Bai.kee with pursuit to the Raiitee, advance into Nepaul and affair at Sitkaghat (Medal and Clisp). 

21 Cornet Simmons served in the Indian campaign from Feb. l(-5t* to March lSa9 and was presentat the repulse of the 
enemy's attack on the Alumbagh, siege and capture of LuckuDw, affairs of Barrse and Sirsee, action of Nawal)gunge, oc- 
cupaton of Fyzahad, pass ige of the Gi'omtee at Sultanpore, affair of Shiliabad, throughout the Byswarra can.paii^n. in- 
eluding the affairs of Ivai.doo Nud'iee, Paleeghat, and Hyderghur, puisuit of Benhi Madho's forre to the Goomtee j also 
the Trans-Gogra c ,mpaign, including the ,'ft'air near Churda and pursuit, taking the fort of Bleejeedia, attack on Bankee 
with pursuit to the Raptee, arlvance into Nepaul and affair at Sitkaghat (Medal and Clasp). 

2i Paymaster Elliott, Qr. Master Horihwick, and Veterinary Surgeon Barker served in the Ind an campaign from Feb. 
1S58 to fliarch 1859 and were present at the repulse of the enemy's attack on the Alumbagh, siege and capture of Lucknow, 
affair of Barree, occupation of Fyzabad, passage of the Goomtee at Sultanpore, throughout the Byswarra campaign, in- 
cluding the affairs of Kandoo Nuddee and Hyderghur, also the Trans-Gogra campaign, including the affair near Churda 
and pursuit, taking the fort of Meejeedia, attack on Bankee and pursuit to the Raptee, advance into Nepaul and affair at 
Sitkaghat (Medal and Clasp). Mr. Barker previously served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimea from 17th Aug. Id55, 
including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

24 Surgeon Kendall served with the 4th Lt. Drs. the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganacand 
M'Kenzie'a Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and operations 
with the Light Cavalry Brigade at Eupatoria under General D'AUonville (Medal and Four Clasps). Served with the 7th 
Hussars In the Indian campaign from Feb. 1868 to March 1859 and was present at the repulse of the enemy's attack on 
the Alumbagh, siege and'capture of Lucknow, affairs of Barree and Sirsee, action of Nawabgunge, occupation of Fyzabad, 
passage of the Goomtee at Sultanpore, throughout the Byswarra campaign, including the affairs of Daodpore, Kandoo 
Nuddee, and Hyderghur, pursuit of Benhi Madho's force to the Goomtee ; also the Trans-Gogra campaign, including the 
affair near Churda and pursuit, taking the fort of Meejeedia, attack on Bankee with pursuit to the Raptee, advance into 
Nepaul aud affair at Sitkaghat (Medal and Clasp). 

25 Assist. 8urgei>n Slaughter sers-ed in the Indian campaign from Feb. 1858 to March 1859 and was present at the affair 
of Meengunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, affairs of Barree and Sirsee, action of Nawabgunge, occupation of Fyzabad, 
passage of the Goomtee at Sultanpore, throughout the Byswarra campaign, including the affairs of Kandoo Nuddee, 
Paleeghat, and Hyderghur, pursuit of Benhi Madho's force to the Goomtee ; also the Trans-Gogra campaign, including 
the ntlair near Churda and pursuit, taking the fort of Meejeedia, attack on Bankee with pursuit to the Raptee, advance 
into Nepaul and affair at Sitkaghat (Medal and Clasp). 

2i> Assist.Surgeon Thornhill served the campaign of 1857-58 against the Mutineers in India, including the action at 
Audygunge, siege and fall of Lucknow, attack on the fort of Rooyah, action at Allygiinge, and capture of Bareilly— 
slightly wounded (Medal and Clasp). 

27 Hiding Master Bray served in the Indian campaign fiom March 1858 to March 1859 and was present at the affair of 
Barree, occupation of Fyzabad, passage of the Goomtee at Sultanpore, throughout the Byswarra campaign, including the 
affairs of Kandoo, Nuddee, Paleeghat, and Hyderghur ; also the Trans-Gogra campaign, including the affair near Churda 
and pursuit, taking the fort of Meejeedia, attack oa Bankee with pursuit to the Raptee, advance Into Nepaul and aflfair 
at Sitkaghat (Medal). 



Nusseerabail. "1 
Di'pot.Canterburjr.J 

Hurp and Crown, 



Sth ( The King's H. Irish) Regt. ofLt. Drs. (Hussars). 



U7 



Full I iiuir 

Pay. ! P«r. 



itlin^ rirtutis mriiiorrt."—-l.K»W\nnV.V." "HINDOOSTAN" "ALMA" 
"UALAKI.AVA" '• INKERMAN" •' .SEVAS1\)P0L." 
Co/oMc/.— Georirc Cliurlcs, Barl o/Luciiii,' KCB. iW. iiO Aujf. 1(5 ; LI. 24 Dec. 18; Capl- 

16 May ii ; MfiJ. >.>:Uiine 'io ; Lt.Col. 9 Nov. 'JO ; Co/. 'JU Nov, 41 ; MqJ.Gen. 1 1 Nov. 51 : 

Lt.Gcn. 24 Dec. o8 ; Cw/. Sth Hussars, 17 i\ov. 5£.. 
Z/.Cu/c^ut'/.'J.— Uodolph lie Salis,» Co/hc/, p 17 Dec. 30 ; Lt. P28 June 3.3 ; Capt. P 13 July 38; 

Major, I' 1!) I'cb. 47 ; Bt. Lt.Col. 28 j\ov. 54 ; Lt.Col. 2 Out. 5tj ; Col. 2 J March 58. 
Edward Seajrcr,' Cornet, pI7 Sept. 41; Lieut. 2L»Jiinc43; Capt. 26 Oct. 54 ; Major, '31 

Jan. 58; Lt.Col.Pb .Ui?. 59. 
Majors.— Vva.. Edmund Macnagliten/ Cornet p27 Oct. 4G ; Lkiit. i'23 May 48; Capt. 

8 Dec. 54; Major, v 5 Aug. 69. 
VC Clement Walker Ileneage,' Cornet.,v\Q Aug. 51; Lieut. 3 Sept. 54; Capt. p 12 May 57: 

Brec. Major, 20 July 58 ; Major, v 16 Nov. GU. 



I Captains. 

' John Pugel' 

Robert Poorc* 

George Gooch Clowes'-* . . 

Thomas Penton '" 

William Mussenden" . . . . 

Peter Charles G.Webster' 



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PIG June 63 



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Gurney llunbury'^.. 

Hon. Everard Stoiirtou '^ 

Parry do Winton'" .... 
Lieutenants. 

Robert Wm. Jenkins,'') 
(.<<</■. 2 Nov. 50) I" j 

John Matlicw Bid'Hc"* { | 

{Asslst.Surg.3 June ^3) , , i. 

Thomas Richards " . . . . ' 

George Campbell Ross. . . 

Richard William PuUlser'"! 

IlerberiCrorawellCoUier^o 

Walter T. Goldsworthy ^' : 
• Augustus Tonnoehy '- . . : 

Michael Clarke,^ Ailj. ..i 
I Frederick Swindley .... 

I Edward Pulleyne j 

I Cornets. i 

' Dan. Dudley Valen. Maherj 

Sebastian White Rawlins i 

John George Stopford . . I 

Lachlan Foster Jamieson | 

Tiiomas Coates \ 

Francis Arthur Ilutchius p25 May GO 
31 July 60 



P 7 Dec. 58 



25 Sept. 57 | 

26 Sept. 67 \ 
V 19 June 57 

8 Jan. 58 
16 Jan. 58 
10 Oct. 57, 



20 Feb. 
6 Feb. 



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'30 July 58 

13 May 6P 
' 5 Aug. 59 

30 Oct. 59 



28 April 58 p 3 r^b. 60 

IG Oct. 57 Pii Miiy 60 

17 Nov. 57 9 May 68 

7 May 58 p 16 Nov. 60 

11 Oct. 67 

5 Feb. 58 
23 Aug. 59 

2 Dec. 59 

2 'Shw. 60 



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7 Dec. 58 


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BT. LT.COL. 



4 ]\rajor Macnasliton served the Eastern 
rampaign or 1854-55, including the battleti of 
Alma, Bahikluvu. and Inkernian, all'airs of 
Bulcanakaiid M'Kcnzie's Farm, and sieue of 
.Sebasiiipol (Medal and four Clasps). Smed 
in Uajpootana and Central India in 1858 50, 
and was (irt'sent at the capture of Koluh, 
rejcciipatitni of Chun'larie, haltle of Koiali 
ko Serai, capture of Uwalior, actions of 
Koondiye (horse woundtd) and Boordah 
i^Meilal and Cla>|i). 

29 Cornet Helyarservedwilh lhe]1?nd Hi(jh- 
landers in the Indian campaign in ibo-i, in- 
cluding the action ot Kankur, defence of 
Jail (wounded), and subsequent ope rations at 
Shahjehanpore (Medal). 



: Henry Philips 

Frederick Helyar=« | p 8 Jan. 56 

Richard Chainl-.ers | P 21 Dec. 60 

' P«y;/iflff<;/-.— IIenrvDuberlv,"12 Nov. 47; JFh». p 28 Sept. 39; Lt. 15ApriI42; IIon.Maj. 
: Adjutant.— Lieut. Michael Clarke « 24 Nov. 59. [I J«"- ^^>- 

Quarter Master.— ^1\c\va<\ Carey,'* 30 Dec. 69. 
Riding Master.— 3ii\m Fickworth,'" 31 Aug. 58. 
\ Surgeon.— icuWn Honifray Llewelyn,^ 9 Feb. 65; Assist. Surg. 17 Marcli48. 
Assistant Surgeons. — Henry Sherlock,-* 16 Dec. 54. 
' Ralph Robert Scott, 28 July 54. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Edward Simpson Grey,-* 24 April 43; 1*^ Class, 1 July 59. 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
[Returned from the Crimea, 12 Mat/ 185G. Embarked jQr India, 5 Oct. 1857.] 
1 Lord Lucan served the campaign of 1828 nn the Staff of the Russian Army in BnlRaria (Rnsiian War Medal and Com- 
mander of St. Anne of Russia). Commanded the Cavalry Division thn.uKliout the Easli-rn campaign of Itt.M, including llie 
battles of Alma, BalakIava{wounded)and Inkerman, and siege of Scbastopol (Medal and four Clasps, KCB., Corainandcr of 
the Legion ot Honor, and Ut Cla-s of the Mdjidie). 

\i Colonel do Salis served the KastPrn campaign of 18S4-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, and 
Tclierna\a, affairs of Bnl-anak and MKcnzie's Farm, and siege of Sebaslopol, and commanded the Cavalry on the expe- 
dition to Kortcli (Medal and four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian Medul. and 5th Class of the Medjidic). 
Servwl in Rajpooiana and Central India in IS.'xJ-.'.O and was present at tlie capture of Kotab, reoccupation of Cliundaree, 
baltleof Kotah ke Serai, captures of Gwiilior and Powrce, battle of Sindwalio, act.onsof Koorwyc, Koondrye, and Boordah : 
he commanded a brigade nt Kotab, Sindvralm, and Koondrye ; and commanded the troops at Boordah, for which ho re- 
ceived tbe tlKiuks of tlie Goxnrnor Central of India (Medal and Clasp). 

3 Lt.Col. Sengcr served llie Eastern campaign of I bJ4, including tbe lialtlos of Alii a, Balukluva iwrundcd) and Inkerman 
affairs of Buluanak and M'Kenzie's Farm, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and four Clasps and 5ih Class of the Me^jidie) 
Served in Central India in 185S-50 and was present at tbe action of Boordah (mentioned in despatches, Mtdal). 

Major Hcneageserved the Eastern campaign of I8.')4-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklavj, and Inkerman, siege 
of SebHstopol, and expedition toKertch i Medal and four Clasps). Served in Kajpootana and Central India in 15)58-59 and 
was prcff-nt at Ibe capture of Kotab, reoccupation of Chundurre, bntt'e of Kotab ke Serai, caitiiroc of Gwalior and 
Powree, battle of Sindwaho, and actions of Koorwjeand Noharghur; at Owalior I.e cjramanded a squadron of the 8ih 



148 Sth {The King's R. Irish) Regt. of Light Dragoons {Hussars). 

Hussars whicli made a sudden and successful attack upon the enemy's camp in which the Ranee of Jhansee was killed and 
several Runs captured, for this he received the Victoria Cross (Brevet of Major, Medal and Clasp). 

7 Captain Pupet served on the expedition to Kertch, and at the siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). Served in 
Rajpootana in 185S-59 and was present at the capture of Kotah and action of Koorsliaua (mentioned in despatches, Medal 

8 Major Poore served in Rajpootana and Central India in 1858-S9 and was present at the capture of Kotah, reoccupa- 
tion of Chundaree, battle of Kotahke Serai, capture of Gvvalior, siege of Powree, and action of Bejapore— severely wounded 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal and Clasp). 

9 -Major Clowes served the Eastern campaign ot 1854, including the battles of Alma and Balalslava, affairs of Bulganak 
and M'Kenzie's Farm, and siege of Sebastopol : was wounded and taken prisoner, and horse shot, at the battle of Bala- 
klava (Medal and three Clasps). Served in Rajpootana in 1858-69, was present at the capture of Kotah, battle of Kotaria, 
and commanded a detachment of the 8lh Hussars in Brigadier Parke's long pursuit of the Rebels and at their defeat at 
Chota Oodeypore (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal and Clasp). 

10 Major Penton served with the 3rd Light Dragoons throughout the Sutlej campaign of 1845-6, and was present at the 
battles oif Moodkee (chai-ger killed), Ferozesliah (charger killed), and Sobraon (Jledal and two Clasps). Also throughout the 
Punjaub campaiirn of 1848-49, including the cavalry affair at Ramnuggur, passage of the Chenab at Wuzeerabad on the 
1st December 1848, with the force under Sir Joseph Thackwell, action of Sadoolapore, and battles of Chillianwallah and 
Goojerat (Medal and two Clasps). Served with the 12th Lancers in the Crimea from 9th May 1855 and was present at the 
battle of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). Served with the 8ih Hussars in the Indian Cam- 
paign in 185S-59 and was present at the capture of Kotah, reoccupation of Chundaree, battle of Kotah ke Serai, capture of 
Gwalior, siege of Powree, action of Befjapore, battle of Sindwaho (horse wounded), actions of Koorwye and Koondrye 
(mentioned in despatches. Medal and Clasp). 

11 Captain Mussenden served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava (horse shot), 
Inkerman, and Tchernaya, affairs of Bulganak and Jl'Kenzie's Farm, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and four Clasps, and 
Sth Class of the Medjidie). Served in Rajpootana in 1858-59 and was present at the capture of Kolah and battle of Ko- 
taria (Medal and Clasp). 

12 Captain Webster served in P.ajpootana and Central India in 1858-59 and was present at the capture of Kotah, reoc- 
cupation of Chundaree, battle of Kotah ke Serai, captures of Gwalior and Powree, action of Beejapore, battle of Sindwaho, 
actions of Koorwye, Koondrye, and Boordah (Medal and Clasp). 

13 Captain Hanbury served in Rajpootana and Central India in 1858-59 and was present at the capture of Kotah, reoc- 
cupation of Chundaree, battle of Kotah ke Serai, captures of Gwalior and Powree, actions of Beejapoore (wounded), Koon- 
drye, and Boordah (mentioned in despatches, Medal and Clasp). 

14 Captain Hon. E. Stourton served in Rajpootana in 1S58-59 and was present at the battles of Kotaria and Kooshana 
(Medal and Clasp). 

15 Lieut. Jenkins served in Rajpootana and Central India in 185S-59 and was present at the capture of Kotah, reoccu- 
pation of Chundaree, battle of Kotahke Serai, capture of Gwalior (wounded), siege of Powree, battle of Sindwaho, actions 
of Koorwye and Koondrye (twice mentioned in despatches. Medal and Clasp). 

16 Lieut. Biddle served with the 60th Rifles in the Indian Campaign in 1857, and was present at the actions on the Hin- 
dun, battle of Budlee ke Serai and forcing the heights before Delhi, throughout the siege operations including the action 
of the 19th June, attack on the Subjee Mundee, final attack and assault of Delhi. Served with the Sth Hussars in 1858-59 
and was present at the batt'e of Sindwaho, and actions of Koorwye and Nabarghur (Medal and two Clasps). 

17 Lieut. Richards served in Rajpootana in 1858-59 and was present at the capture of Kotiih, battle of Kotaria, and action 
of Kooshana (Medal and Clasp). 

18 Captain de Wiiiton served in Rajpootana in 1859 and was present at the action of Kooshana (Medal and Clasp). 

19 Lieut. Paliiser served in Central India in 1858 59 and was present at the action of Boordah (mentioned in despatches. 
Medal and Clasp). 

20 Lieut. Collier served on the Staff in the Persian campaign of 1837 (Medal). 

21 Lieut. Goldsworthy served with the Volunteer Cavalry with Havelock's Column in 1857, and was present at the 
actions of Oonao and Busseerutgunge, and recapture of Busseerulguiige ; for these services he received a Commission in 
the Sth Hussars and served throughout the campaigns of 1858 59, intluding the siege of Kotah, reoccupation of Chandaree, 
battle of Kotah ke Serai, captures of Gwalior and Powree, actions of Koondr^'e and Boordah ; he was Brigade Major in 
the Rajpootana Field Force from June 1858 to the end of the war (several times mentioned in despatches. Medal and Clasp). 

22 Lieut. Tonnochy served during the Indian Mutiny in the Meerut Volunteer Cavalry and wis present in the actions 
of Barote, Golotliee, Morepore, and Thanna Bhawini,— at Barote he was severely wounded, having personally encoun- 
tered and killed the rebel leader Shahraul, for whose capture Government had offered a large reward ; for his services he 
received a. commission in the 8th Hussars, and subsequently in 1858 when in commEnd of a parly of Bombay Lancers 
and some Irregular Cavalry he attacked the rebels in the fort of Akajree in the Gwalior territory, and afterwards on 
tlieir evacuating it he overtook and dispersed them at Gurodie in the Jhansi district (Medal and Clasp). 

..'3 Lieut. Clarke served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava (wounded), Inkerman, 
and the Tchernaya, affairs of Bulgaiiac and M'Konzie's farm. Expedition to Kertch, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal 
and four Clasps, also Medal for distinguished conduct). Served in the Indian Campaigns in 1858-59 and was present at the 
capture of Kotah and pursuit of the Rebels with Brigadier Honner (Medal and Clasp). 

24 Major Duberly and Vet.Surgeon Grey served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, JBala- 
klava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, affairs of Bulganak and M'Kenzie's Farm, and siege of Seliastopol (Medal and four Cl'asps). 
Served in Rajpootana and Central India in 1858-59, including the capture of Kotah, reoccupation of Chundaree, battle of 
Kotah ke Serai, capture of Gwalior, actions of Koondrye and Boordah (.Medal and Clasp). Vet.Surgeon Grey was also 
present at the siege and capture of Powree, battle of Sindwaho, and action of Koorwye. 

25 Qr. Mas:er Carey served in the Crimea and has the Medal with Clasp for Sebastopol. Served in the Indian campaigns 
in 1858-59 and was present at the capture of Kotah, taking of Chandaree, battle of Kotah ke Ser.ii, capture of Gwalior, 
siege and capture of Powree, battle of Sindwaho, actions of Koorwye and Nahaighur (Medal and Clasp). 

2« Riding Master Pickworth served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the reconnaissance to Silistria, battles of 
Alma, Pahiklava, Inkerman, and the Tchernaya, affairs of Bulganak and M'Kenzie's farm, siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal and four Clasps, and French War Medal). Served in the Indian campaigiis cf 1858-59 and was present at the cap- 
ture of Kotah, reoccupation of Chundaree, battle of Kotah ke Serai, capture of Gwalior, and action of Boordah (Medal 
and Clasp). 

•27 Surgeon Lb-wclyn served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and four Clasps). Seived with the bth Hussars in the Indian campaign of 1858-59 and 
was present at the action of Boordah (Medal). 

'.;8 Assist.Sur-eon Sherlock ser\ cd tlie Eastern campaign of 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol and assault of 
the Redan on the IStli June (Medal and Clasp). Served with the Sth Hussars throughout the Indian campaigns of 1858-59 
and was present at the capture of Kotah, reoccuiialion of Chundaree, battle of Kotah ke Serai, captures of Gwalior and 
Powree, battle of Sindwaho, actions of Koorwye and Koondrye (Medal and Clasp). 



Aidershot.] Oi/i ( The Qiiee7i's Roi/ciT) Regt. of Lt. Dm. {Lanccn). 

Tli o Royal Cjplierwilliin tlieGnrl.r. '* PENINSULA " •• IM'NNIAK" "SOBHAON" "I'UNJAUI 



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" ClIILLIAN WALLAH " "UOOJKltAl 

Colonel.— \i^S:\ Si;- James Wullacc Sleitfli,' KC«. Cornet, Feb. 95; Lieut. 29 April 95; 

Cfipt. •2:jOct.l)i>; Muj. 14Jmiu05; Lt.Col. 11 Dec. 0!) ; Col. 12 .Viiji. 19; M<ij.Geu. 

22 July 30 ; Lt.Gen. 23 i\ov. 41 ; Gen. 20 J me 54 ; Col. Uth Lancers, 24 Aut,'. 39. 
£il■M^C«/owe/.— Archibald Little,'^ CB. Cornet, i'4 Oet. 31 ; Lt. i'31 Aug. 32; Capt. i'24 

Tcb. 37 ; Major, 5 Apr. 50 ; Lt.Col. 20 Juno 5 I ; Col. 20 J iinu 57. 
;i/«70/>-.— William Drysdale/Cb. Cornet, ^-2'.) Dec. 35; Lt. i'31 Aug. 38; Cant. ''29 Oet. 47; 

Bt.Moj. 19 Jan. 58 ; Major, 5 Mar. 58; Jit. Lt.Col. 20 Julv 58. 
Aug. Treil. Ssteele/ Ens. i> 18 Nov. 41 ; Lt. 17 Mar. 43; Cuut. i'24 May 50 ; Major, i' 22 

June 58 ; Bt. Lt.Col. 2G Apr. 59. 

I MKUT. I CAPTAIN. BUK V. M A J.j BT. LT .CO L 



CaI'TAINS. 

Cliardin Philip Johnson® 
.VntiionvMolloy Faweetl'' 

Frederick Ellis" 

Charles David Kich'' .... 
Hobt.S. Wilis. Uulkeley'" 
Charles William Paulet ''^ 
Alexander Morrogh'-*. . . . 

Henry Marshall 

LieCtenants. 
Roger Dawson Ujiton".. 
Arth. Gonnelieli-Martiu'^ 

John Evans" 

Piers Thursby" 

Samuel Ashton Pretor'' 
Rd. Freer Thonger,-«'^rf/. 



COUSET, 

I' 14 Mar. 45 p 14 Apr. 40 pW AprT^O 20 Jiil71'8 
I'll) Apr. 52 i>28Jan. 53 12 Jan. 55 j 
!'13Aug. 47 1' 2 Oct. 49 11 Oet. 57 
I' 17 June 51 p23 Dec. 53 p 22 June 58 1 23 Oct. GO 
P 12 May 54 14 Aug. 57 p 13 May 59^ 
|P21Nov.51 14Sept.55 P12Nov.58; 
P GJuue5G 9 Apr. 57 ji> 23 Mar. go! 
1 May 55 1 17 Sept. 57: P 1 July 59] 



"23 Jan. 52 
P 27 Aug. 52 
P 22 July 56 
P19 Sept. 5(; 
P 2G Dec. 50 
17 June 57 



' 12 Oct. 52 i 3 Lt.Col. Drysdale served wilh tl)c 4tli 
5 June 55 i Light Dragoons during the campaign in 
20 June 57 



Thomas Stanton Starkey'^ p 15 Jan, 
William Naper Carletou'^'P 2 Feb. 
Wm. Macnaghton Erskine p 16 Oct, 
Robert Stewart Cleland. . 

Cornets. 
Charles Bromc Basliford 

Charles Agnew 

Henry John Hall 

Oliver Ormerod 

Chas. Ashhurnham Floyd 
Job iiGeo.I5uchan Hepburn 
William Henry Lawrence 



5 Mar. 58 

22 Mar. 58 

13 July 58 

58 P 23 July 58 

58 G j\ov. 58 

57 12 Dec. 59 

P7 July 57 j P8 Apr. 59 



present at the siege and capture of Ohuz< 
nee (.Medal). Served with the 9th Lan- 
cers in tlie Gwalior campaign, including 
llie action at Punniar, 20lh Dec. 43 
(Medal). The Sutlej campaign in 184.'J-40, 
including the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 
The Punjaub campaign of IS4S-4y, in- 
cluding the passage of the Clienabat Kam- 
nuggur, and battles of Chillianwallah and 
Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). The Indian 
campaign of 1857-59 and present at Delhi 

30 Mar. 58 | during the siege operations, commaniling the Regt. from 
4 June 58 '^"' Aug. to the fall of the city— horse shot at the as- 
iy T 1 -o sault; commanded the Regt. with Greathed's column, in 
~ "; J .° action at Bolundshuliur, horse shot (wounded), and present 

17 !5ept.o8 [ in the actions at Allytihnr and Agrn (mentioned in despatch); 
' 1 July 59 , also present at the relief of Lucknow (Brevet of Lt. Colonel, 

31 Dec. 59 CB., Medal and Clasps). 



P17 Apr. GO' 
\ Paymaster. — ^Maurice Hartland Mahon, 



8 :March 58. 



4G. 



.Adjutant.— Lieut. Richard Freer Thongcr,-" IG Mar. 58. 

Quarter ^f aster. — Peter House,'" 12 Nov. 52. 

Hiding Master. — Charles Clements Brooke, 15 June 58. 

Sargeo7i.—.]ohn .lames Clifford, M.D. 28 Aug. 57 ; As.'<i.tt.Surg. 7 Aug 

.issistant Surgeon. — George Carleton Clery,** 13 Sept. 54. 

Veterinartj Surgeon. — Frederick Bailey,*' 1 June 55. 

Blue — Facings Scarlet. — Agents, Mcssrs.Cox & Co. 
{Returned from India, Oct. 1859.] 

1 Sir James Slelch served in Flanders in 17H5; in theactionsin North Holland and the Heldcr, lOtli and I8II1 Sept., 
and 2nd and 6th Oct. IT90. In the Peninsula in 1811 and 12. Commanded the lltli Dragoons at Waterloo, towards the 
close of which the command of the 4th Brigade devolved on him. In 1819 he accompanied his Regiment to India, and 
commanded tlic Cavalry division at the siece^)f Bhurtpore in 1825 & (5 (Medal). Me has received the War Medal willi 
one Clasp for Salamaneu, ai,d is a Knight of Maximilian Juseidi of Bavaria. 

2 Colonel Little served with the '.ith Lancers in the Sutlej campaign in 1S)6, including f)ie battle of Sobraon (Medal). 
Served as Brigadier in command of the Cavalry at the relief of Lucknow, and commanded the Post at Dilkorsha from 
Itith to •24tli Nov. 1857, for which he received the thanks ot the Commander i.i Chief and Governor General in Council, 
and CB. C^jmmanded Ihe Cavalry and three Iroojis Hoise Artillery at the biiltle of Cawnpore and pursuit of the Gwalior 
Mutineers on the tith Dec, actions at Seraigl.at and Khudargunge. Commanded ihe 1st Brigade 01 Cavalry at the siege of 
Lucknow, until severely wounded by a musket ball through the left elbow (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal and 
Clasps). 

4 Lt. Colonel Steele served in the K'th Regt. with tlie expedition to the North of China in 1S42 (JfcdaP, anH was present 
at the attick and capture of Chin Kiang Foo, and at the landing before Nankin. Commanded a Squadron of the9lh Lancers 
at the relief of Lucknow by Lord Chde, battle of Cawnpoie on 6th Dec. IH,";/, and action at Seraighat ; commanded two 
S'quadrons in action at Shumshurbad (severely wounded) j present iluring the siege of Lucknow from I'nd to |yth March, 
and in the Trans-Gogra affair at Knmbdakoti (mentioned in despatches. Brevet Lt, Colonel, Medal and Clasps). 

6 Major Johnson served in suppression of the Indian Mutiny in 1857-58, and commanded a Squadron of the 9lh Lancers 
at the relief of Lucknow by Lord Cl>de, battle of Cawnpore on '6th Dec, and action at Seraighat ; commanded the Cavalry, 
two Sq\iadron8 of the Dlh Lancers and llodson's Horse, at the action of Shumshabad ; served on Sir Hope Gram's Staff at 
the sirgc and capture of Lucknow and action at Koorsee ; commanded a Squadron throughout the summer campaign in 
Oude and Rohilcund, including actions at Rhodamow and Allygunge, capture of Bareilly, action at Shahjehanpoie and 
pursuit to Mahomdee (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet ol Major, Midal and Clasp}. 

7 Captain F.^wci It servid the Eastern campaign of 1b54-.')5 wilh the oOih Regt., including the battles of Alma and 
Inkerman and slige of Sebastopol iMed.il and Cbispc). Served with the 'Jth Lancers the Indian campaign of 1857-59, 
c-ommanded a Squadron at the battle of Budlekeserai and throughout the s egc and capture of Delhi horse shot in repelling 
a sortie on li'ih June ; also with Greathtd's column in the action at liolundshur (horse shot; and AMyghur.and was senior 
officer 01 the Regt. in camp at Agra when the enemy attacked, and commanded during the early part of the engagement, and 
in th'- action at Meraigunge ; present at the relief of Lutknuw by Lord Clyde, battle of Cawnpoie on Gth Dec, and actions 
at Sera ghat and Khuclagungc, and capture ol Sleeangunge ; commanded a Squadron at the siege of Lucknow from 'inA to 
I9th March, and throughout the summer campaign in Oude and Rohilcund, Including actions at Rhodamow ani Allyguuge, 
capture of Bareilly, action at Shahjehanpore and pursuit to Mahomdee, and affair at Kumdakoti (Medal and Clasps;. 

8 Captain KUis served wilh the Uth Lancers lu the lost Punjaub campaign, and was present la the battles of CbiUianwallah 
and Goojeiat Medal and Clasps). 



150 9tk {The Queen's Royal) Regt. of Light Dragoons {Lancers). 

9 Maior Rich served with the 9th Lancers at the relief of Lueknow by Lord Clyde in Nov. 1857, and wilh the 2nd Bat- 
talion Military Train as Field Adjutant, while that Corps acted as Cavalry in the force that remained in position at Alum- 
baeh from the relief until the siege and capture of the City in March 1858, I 



bagh from the relief until the siege 



and was mentioned in despatch for services 



at Alum^agh (horse sliot) ; served with the 9th Lancers throughout the campaign in Oude and Rohilcund including 
actions at Rhodimow and AUvgunge, capture of Bareilly, action of Shahjehanpore and pursuit to Jl^homdce; commanded 
a squadron at the passage of the Gogra and affairs at Mutchleegaon and Kumdakoti (Medal and Clasps), 

10 Captain Bulkeley ser^'ed in the Indian campaign from Feb. 18S8 to Jan. 1859 and was present at the affair of Meen- 
gunge, siege and capture of Lueknow, affairs of Barree and Sirsee, action of Na\vat)gunge, occupation of Fvzaba'1, passage 
of the' Goomtee at Sultanpore, throuf;hout the Biswarra campaign, including the affairs of Kandoo Nudilee and Paleeghat, 
taking the fort of Reliora, attack on and pursuit from Hyderghur; also the Trans-Gogra campaign, including the affair 
near Churda and pursuit, taking the fortof Meejeedia, and attack on Bankee with pursuit to the Raptee (Medal and Clasp). 

12 Captain Paulet served with the 7th Hussars in the Indian campaign from Feb. IS.'JS to March lS5y and was present at 
the repulse of ihe enemy's attack on the Alumbagh, siege and capture of Lueknow, aff.iirs of Barree and Sirsee, action of 
Nawabgunge, occupation of Fyzabad, passage of the Goomtee at Sultanpore, throughout the Byswarra campaign, including 
the affairs of Daodpore, Kandoo Nuddee and Hyderghur and pursuit of Benhi Madho's force to the Goomtee; also tlie 
Trans-Gogra campaign, including the affair near Churda and pursuit, taking of the fort of Meejeedia, attack on Bankee 
with pursuit to the Kaptee, advance into Nepaul and affair at Sitkaghat (Medal and Clasp). 

13 Captain Morrogh served in the suppression of the Indian Mutiny in 18&8-59, including the action at Shumshabad, 
siege and capture of Lueknow, the summer campaign in Oude and Rohilcund and actions at Rhodaraow and AUygunge, 
capture of Bareilly, acton at Shahjehanpore and pursuit to Mahomdee (Medal and Clasp). 

14 Lieut. Upton served wi!h a detachment of the 1st West India Regiment at the storm and capture of the strongly- 
stockaded town of Sabajee on the Gambia, in June 1853. Served with the 9th Lancers in suppression of the Indian 
Mutiny in la&7-59 and present at the liattle of Budlekeserai (horse shot), siege of Delhi, siege and capture of Lueknow, 
the summer campaign in Oude and Rohikund and actions at Rhodaraow and AUygunge, capture of Bareilly, action at 
Shahjehanpore and pursuit to Mahomdee, passage of the Gogra at Fyzabad (Medal and Clasps). 

15 Lieut. Bell-Martin served with the 9th Lancers throughout the suppression of the Indian Mutiny in 1857-59, including 
the battle of Budlekeserai, siege assault and capture of Delhi, actions of Bolundshuliur and Allyghur, battle of Agra, 
affair at Kanonge, relief of Lueknow by Lord Clyde, battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec, actions at Seraighat and Khuda- 
gunge, capture of Meeangunge (officiated as Brigade Major of Caialry), siege and capture of Lueknow, the summer cam- 
paign in Oude and Rohilcund and actions at Rhodamowand Allyghur, capture of Bareilly, action at Shahjehanpore and 
pursuit to Mahomdee (lour limes mentioned in despatches, Medal and Clasps). 

17 Lieut. Evans served as a Volunteer on the personal staff of Major General Sir W. Williams in Asia Minor during the 
campaign of l,-<5.)-66 (Turkish Medal). Served with the 9th Lancers throughout the suppression of the Indian Mutiny in 
1S57-59, present at the battle of Budlekeserai. commanded the squadron engaged in the action at Hujjufghur, present 
throughout the operations against Delhi, and served as a volunteer with the Artillery in the advanced batteries during the 
siege operations assault and capture of Delhi (mentioned in despatches) ; present with 9tli Lancers at the actions of 
Bolundshur, Alivghur, Agra, Kanoge, Futtehpore, Churrassie, and Mariagung, capture of the Dilkooslia, assault of the 
Secundrabagh (horse killed), relief of Lueknow by Lord Clyde, battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec. and action at Seraighat, 
occupation of Futtehghur, passage of the Goomtee under Outram, siege and capture of Lueknow, the Summer campaign 
in Oude and Rohikund and actions of Rhodamow and AUygunge, capture of Bareillv, action at Sliahjehanpore and pur- 
suit to Maliomdee, and affair at Kumdakoti, and operations in the Terai (Medal and Clasps). 

18 Lieut. Thursby served in the suppression of the Indian Mutiny in 1857-59, including the action at Shumshabad. cap- 
ture of Meeangunge, siege and capture of Lueknow with action at Moosaliagh, the Summer campaign in Oude and Rohil- 
cund and actions at Uhodamow and AUygunge, capture of Bareilly, action at Shahjehanpore and pursuit to Mahomdee, 
and affair at Kumdakoti (Medal and Clasp). 

19 Lieuts. Pretor, Starkey, and Carleton, served in the suppression of the Indian Mutiny in 1858-59 including the affair 
at Kumdakoti (Medal). 

20 Lieut. Thonger served with the 9th Lancers in the Sutlej campa'gn of 1845-46 and was present at the battle of 
Sobraon (Medal). The Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the passage of the Chenab, and battles of Chillianivallah 
and Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). Throughout the suppression of the Indian Mutiny in lfc57-59, including the battle of 
Budlekeserai, the siege assault and capture of Delhi, and commanded a Troop of the 9th Lancers with Grcathed's column 
in the actions of Bolundshuhur (wounded in personal encounter), Allyghur, Agra, and Kanoge; present at the relief of 
Lueknow by Lord Clyde, battle of Cawnpore on tith Dec, actions at Seraighat and Khudargunge, siege and capture of 
Lueknow, the Summer campaign in Oude and Kohilcund and actions at Rhodamow and AUygunge, Bareilly, and Shalije- 
hanpore, with pursuit to Mohumdee, and passage of the Gogra at Fyzabad, operations on the Nepaulese frontier and affairs 
at Mutchleegoan and Kumdikoi (Medal and three Clasps). 

21 Quarter Master House served with the 9th Lancers in the battle of Punniar on 29th Dec. 1843 (Medal). The Sutlej 
campaign in;l84(;, including the battle of Sobraon (Medal). The Punjaub campaign of 184S-9, including- the passage of 
the Chenab at Ramnuggur, and battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). Throughout the suppression 
of the Indian Mutiny in 1857-59, including the batile of Budlekeserai, siege assault and capture of Delhi, actions at Bolund- 
shuhur and Allyghur.battle of Agra, affair at Kanoge, relief of Lueknow by Lord Clyde, battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec, 
action at Seraighat, occupation of Futtyehur, siege and capture of Lncknow, campaign in Oude and Rohilcund and affairs 
at Rhodamow and AUygunge, capture of Bareilly, action near Shahjehanpore and pursuit to Mohumdee, and passage of 
the Gogra at Fyzabad (Medal and Clasps). 

22 As-ist.Surg. Clery served in the Crimea from 11 Nov. 1854 to II Feb. 1S55 (Medal with Clasp for Sebastopol, and 
Turkish Medal). Served with the b'th Lancers in the Indian campaign oi 1H57-58, including the pursuit of Tantia Topee, 
and actions of Raghur, Mongrowlie, Sindwaho, Koorwye, and Zeerapore (Medal). 

23 Veterinary Surgeon Bailey served with the 9th Lancers in the suppression of the Indian Mutiny in 1858-59, and was 
present at the passage of the Gogra at Fyzabad, and affair at Kumdakoti (Medal). 



ncTJlOM ( The Prince of Wales's Own) Royal Ref/t. of Lt Di 

in^l " rE.VINSULA" " WATIiRLOO" "SEVASTOPOL." 



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Puy. ' Nov. 40; O'eH.'-'O June 54; Co/. 10th Fliiss. '23 June 43. 
^ Lieut. Co'oiitl. — Valonlinc Huker,''Co/;/tY,P 1 Aug.48; Lieut. 20 J u]y iJS ; Cwy*/. i" lAug. 6G ; 
I M(\jor, P 14 June 51); Lt.Col. " "" ^' 
■' " - '" ■ " Lieut. June 64; Capt. P2i Nov. 57 ^ 



30 Mar. GO. 
^ Major. — Edward Levett,* Bns. i'17 Aug. 
Major, r 10 Oct. GO. 



COUNE1 



Captains 

Arthur Ilcibeit Cass' > 1 3 Dec. 50 

1 John Pita : 1 14Mar. 5G 










MRUT. 

I" 5 Key. 52 
22 May 57 
1*10 Aug. 55 
" 2G July 53 
1' 24 Nov. 57 
5 Mar. 58 



Robert Cooper Sawbridgc p 28 July 54 

Frederick Coatcs' i' 17 Jan. 51 

Henry Atkins Uowyer . . ''21 Nov. 5G 
llichaidNewsham Fedilcr' ' 14 Dec. 551 
/foH. C. Craven Molyneux* P GJuneoGJ 11 May 58 
Esdaile Lovcll Lovell . . . . ' 17 Nov. 57 | p 15 June 58 
I Lieutenants. '< i 

Richard Lomax 23 Nov. 55 p 8 Jan. 58 

Z(/.RalphDruryKerr,rtr//. p 24 Nov. 57 p 15 June 58 
CroCton Toler Vandeleur . p 15 Jan. 58 i ^ 7 Dec. 58 

OwcnR.Slacke 14 Mav 58 'p 14 June 59 

Arthur Barthorp 13 July 58 ! P 17 June 59 

Edward Alexander Wood IG July 58 , " 30 Sept. 59 
Will. Morgan Maumior. . p 23 July 58' p 30 Mar. GO 
ThouKui Jas. W. Biilkclcv p 14 July58'piG Oct, GO 



July 59 



CAI'TAIN. IllKEV.MAJ. BT. I.T.COI,. 



23 Apr. 58 1 
P 7 Sept. 58 : 
^ 6 Aug. 581 

14 Aug. 57 
P 14 June 59 
"28 Oct. 59 
P 9 Mar. 60 
P IG Oct. GO 

4 Major Levett served the Eastern cam- 
paign of 1854-55 with the 19th Regiiueiil, 
iiicliiding the battle of Inkernian, siege and 
full of Sebastopol, and assault on the Redan 
on tlie 8th September (Medal and Clasp>). 

5 Captain Cass served in the Crimean cam- 
paign in ) 855, including the capture of Tcbor- 
gaun, battle of the Tcliernaju, and siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal and OlHsp). 

Captain Coates served with the 7th Hus- 
sars in the Indian campaign of 1858, and 
was present at the repulse of Die attack on 
the Aluniba;;b, siege and capture ot Luck- 
now, afl'air of Barree, a'-tiou of iNawabgunje, 
occupation of Fyzabad, passage of the OO'intee ai Sulianpore, 
aff^iirs of Khaiidoonuddee and Paleeeliat (Medal and Clasp). 
13 Major Ellington and Surgeon Fraser served in tlie 
Crimean campaign in 1855, including the capture of Tchor- 
gaun, battle of the Tchernaja, eiegc and fall of Sebastopol 
i.Medal and Clasp). 



Robert Spencer Liddcll . . 28 Mar. 58 

CoHNETS. 

Wilfrid Brougham p 18 Feb. 59 

Henry Price Holford* .. p26 Aug. 59 
Thomas Astell St. Quintin 30 Dec. 59 
Cambi e Biab. Ponsonby p 2 Mar. GO ! 
John Cha. S. Fremantle 2 Jan. 58 ■■ 
Herbert Davies Evans .. p30 Mar. GO ! 
.\rtliur Wvatt Edgell .. p 1? Apr. GO i 

John Cecil" Russell p 18 Sept. GO [ 

Pai/masier.—RichaiTd John Elringtoii,'-' 2 Feb. 44 ; Ens. 1^24 March 38 ; Lieut. p 29 May 39 ; 
Adjutant. — Lieut. Lord Ralph Diury Keir, G Jlay 59. [Huti. Major, 1 Jan. GO. 

Quarter Master. — John Hill James, 10 Dec. 60. 
Riding Master. — Emanuel Simpson, 29 Dec. 57. 

Surgeon. — Thomas Fraser,'^ .M.D. 9 Slarch 55; Assist. Surr/. 16 Dec. 45. 
.-issist.Surg. — Lucas Geo. Hooper, 28 April 54. 
, Veterinary Surgeon.— \\'i\V\Zim Thacker,'* 14 July 47 ; \st Class, 1 July 59. 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. [Rcturyied/rom the Crimea, 2 June 1856.] 

1 Lord Beiiicliunp sirred in the Penipsula with the is'h Drajcoons from March 1809 tu Sept. 1410, and ajainfrom Feb. IgM to the end of 
that war, inclu^in J the capture of Oporto, battle or Talavcra, and passage of the Coa. Severely wounded in the neclt, 28th Aug. 1810, la 
Massena't advaccc to the batUe or Busaeo. He has received the War Medal with one Clasp fur Talavrra. 

2 Lt.Oolonel Baker served with the litli Lancers in the KaUir wor of ia5i-53, and was present at the action of licrea (Medal). Served 
the Crimcao campaijcn of 1833, and siege of Sebastopol, and was on the escort to the Coiumandcr-in-Cbicf at tbefinal assault aad capture 
cf the tow n, and at the battle of Tchemava ( Medal and Clasp) . 

7 Captain Pcddcr served with the 7th Hussars in the Indian campaign from Feb. IfeoS to March 1859 and was present at tlie 
repulse of the eneni\'s Httaek on the Alumbagli, siege and capture of Lucknow, alTairs of Barree iiud Sirsee, action of Kawah- 
punge, occupalion of Pyzabad, passage of ilic Goomtcc at Sulianpore, throughout the Bvswarra campaign, including the affairs 
of Kiindoo Niiddce and Paleeghat, taking the fort of Kehora and pursuit of Benhi Aladho's force to tlieGoomtee; also the 
Traii8-Uo)!ra campaign, tucluding the affair near Churdt and pursuit, taking the fort of Mccjcedia, attack on liankce with pur- 
suit to the Kautee, advance iuto Nepaul and affair at Sitkaghat (Medal and Cltisp). 

» C.-iptain Ilcn. C. C. Molyneux Krved with the 7th Hussars in the Indian campaign from Feb. 1838 to March 1859 and waa 
pre-icnt at the repulse of the enemy's attack on the Alumbagli, siege and capture of Lucknow, affairs ol Barree and Sirsce, 
action of Xa«abgiinge, occupation of Fyzabad, throughout the Byswarra campaign, including the affairs of Kaudoo Xuildee, 
Piileeghat, and Hyderguuge, pursuit of Benhi Madbo's force to the Goomtee ; also the Trans-Gogra campaign, includiug ibo 
affiir near Churda and pursuit, taking the fort of Meejccdia, attack on Bankce with piusuit to the Kaptce, advance iuto .Nepeol 
and affair at Sitkaghat (.Medal and Clasp). 

U Cornet Hulford sined as Ensign T'JtU Highlanders in the Indian campaign of 1858, including the siege and capttirc of 
Lucknow (Medal and Clasp I. 

14 Veterinary Surg'on Thacker served In the 12th Lancers in the Kaffir war c( 18S1-53 (Medal). 



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1 l^A (or Prince Albert's Own) Regt. of Hussars. [^^ nliSs'er' "^ 

;iJ with the words, "EGYPT" " SALAMANCA " "PENINSULA" "WATERLOO" "BHURTPORE" 
"ALMA" "BALAKLAVA" "INKERMAN" "SEVASTOPOL." 

Colonel.— James Thomas, IJnrl o/" Cardigan', KCB., Cornet, p6 May 24; Lf. i'|13Jan. 

25; Capt. f 9 June 26; Major, p3 Au[,^ 30; Lt.Col. 3 Dec. 30; Col. 9 Nov. 46; 

Major Gen. 20 June 64; Col. 11th Hussars, 3 Aug. 60. 
Lieut.Colonel. — 'iiYo-enWty Harrison,^ Cornet, p 11 Oct. 39; Lieut. "^1 Sept. 41 ; Capt.'!' 7 

June 44; Major, V it Nov. 62; Bt. Lt.Col. 26 Oct. 58; i^.Co/. p 14 June 59. 
Major.— ¥01 Charles Craufurcl Fraser,^ Cornet, r 3 Dec. 47 ; Lt. v U June 50; Capt. p 21 

April 54 ; Bt. Major, 20 July 58 ; Major, p 13 May 69. 



Captains. 



Arthr.LyttletonAnnesIey'' P21 July 54 

Edward Harnett* p 2 June 48 

William Cuningliame . . 28 Dec. 55 
Alex. Baring Bingham . . 3 Aug. 55 

Albert Peel Garnett p 6 Feb. 57 

Arthur Cecil Tempest , . " 3 Mar. 57 

Horace Montagu^ p 13 Feb. 55 

llichard John Somers .. p 2 April 57 

Lieutenants. 
JolmM'Loughlin''.. 
George Coke Robinson., p 3 April 67 
Paget Peploe Mosley . . p 10 April 57 
ffo?i.J.D.DrummoncI,/lr7; 8 Jan. 58 
John George Annesley . . 15 Jan, 58 

Francis de Burgh 17 Mar. 68 

C. P. Vise. Roystons p 29 Dec. 57 

Somerset Saunderson ... p28 May 58 

iuald Calvert p 24 Dec. 68 

Cornets. 
James Gideon Pott .... 

VVastel Brisco •...,. 

Robert Henry Verschoyle 
George Clerk Cheape.. .. 
Thomas Stark Christie . . 
Lionel Beauchamp Cole. . 
LlewellynT.B. Saunderson 



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8 Dec. 54 
14 Oct. 51 
P 24 Feb. 67 
P 13 Mar. 57 
5 Mar. 58 
P 16 Mar. 58 
P 19 June 57 
P 21 May 58 

20 Feb. 57 
22 June 58 
"23 July 58 
P 8 Mar. 59 
P 1 4 J une 59 
P30 Aug. 69 
1 Jan. 69 
P 3 July 60 
P 21 Sept. GO 



CAPTAIN. ' BREV.MAJ 



P 24 Feb. 67 
6 Mar. 58 
P 23 Mar. 68 
P21 May 58 
P 14 June 59 
P 30 Aug. 59 
P 5 Aug. 69 
P 21 Sept. CO J 



Pll Jan. 59 

P 23 Aug. 59 

p 1 June 60 

p 2 June 60 

p 3 June GO 

p31 July GO 

P 18 Dec. 60 

John D'elacour Ip19 Dee. CO 

Paymaster, — George Andrew Coventry' 1 Feb. 60. 

Adjutant. — -Lieut. Hon. James David Druiinnond, 25 July GO. 

Quarter Master. — Henry Kauntze,^ 1 April 53. 

Riding Master. — Edmund Corbett, 6 Feb. 58. 

Surgeon. — John Burton St. Croix Crosse,'" Assist. Surg, 9 Oct. 40; Surg. 16 June 48 ; Surg, 

Assist. Surgeon, — Ormsby Bowen Miller," 28 March 64. [Major 9 Oct. GO. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Paul Anthony, 31 Aug. 67. 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
\_Rcturned from the Crimea, 26 July 1856.] 

1 Lord Cardigan commanded the Liglit Cavalry Brigade throughout the Eastern Campaign of 1S54, including the 
battles of the Alraa, Balaklava, and Inkernian, and siege ol Sebastopol UeJal and Clasps, KCB., Commander of the 
Legion of Honor, and 2nd Class of the Medjidie). 

2 Lt.Col. Harrison served in the Crimean campaign in 1855, including the capture of Tchorgaun, siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol (Medal and Clasp, and 5th Class of the Medjidie;. 

3 Major Fraser served as Orderly Officer to Brigadier Campbell at the affair of Munseata near Allahabad, on the 5th Jan. 
1858, and subsequently with the 7th Hussars in the Indian campaign from eb. Fto July 1858 and from Dec. 1858 to March 
1859 and was present at the aftair of Mecngunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, aft'airs of Barree and Sirsee, action of 
Nawabguiige (severely wounded), thioughout the Trans-Gogra campaign, including th» affair near Churda and pursuit, 
ta"king the fort of Mcejeedia, attack on Bankee with pursuit to the Raptee, advance into Nepaul and affair at Sitkaghat 
(twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal and Clasp, and Victoria Cross). 

4 Captain Annesley served in the Crimea from 29lh July 1855, including the siege aui fall of Sebastopol (Medal and 
Clasp). 

5 Captain Harnett served in tlie Crimea from 14tli July 1855, including the battle of Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol (Medal and Clasp). 

6 Captain Montagu served with the 8tli Hussars the carapaigi)S of 18J8-59 in Rajiifcot-nia and Central India and was present 
at the capture of Kotah, reoccupation of Chundaree, battle of Kotah ke Serai, capture of Gwivlior, and actions of Koodrye and 
ISoordali (Medal and Clasp). 

7 Lieut. M'Loughlin served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganak .and M'Kenzie's 
Farm, battles of Alma.Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and opera- 
tions nearBupatoria under General D'Allonville (Medal and four Clasps, and Victoria Cross). 

8 Lord lloyston served with the 7th Hussars in the Indian campaign in 1858, including the advance into Ncpaul and 
affair at Sitkaghat (Medal). 

9 Qr.Master Kauntze served with the 11th Hussars at the siege and cai>lure of Bhurtpore in 1825-6 (Medal and one 
Clasp). Also the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to 22nd Aug. 1855, including the affair of Bulganak, battles of Alma, 
Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

10 Surgeon Major Crosse served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affair of Bulganak, battles of Alma, 
Balaklava, Ipkerman. and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, and Knight of the Legion of Honor). 

11 Assist.&urgpon Miller served with the 77th Regt. throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles 
of Alma and inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, and 5tli Class ol the Medjidie). 



12/// {Prince of }Fales's) Royal Regt. of Lancers. 153- 

vords, " EGYPT" "PENIXSULA" '• WATERr.OO"" SEVASTOPOL.' 



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Tho Si.hinx, with 
Colonel.— 1^ Sir Lovell Hciijiimin Lovell,' KCB. KH. Cor., p 18 Dec. 05 ; Lt. i' 19 May 08 ; 

Capt. P 1-2 Dec. 11 ; Bt.Mnj. 21 Jan. 1!) ; Maj. i' 28 Oct. 24 ; Lt.Col. p 21 Nov.28; Col. 

23 Nov. 4^; M,ij.(Jcn.-2\iinw 54; Lf.Gen. 1 .Ajir. (K) ; Col. 12tli Lanceis, 2!) Nov. 50. 
Lt.Col.— VAwixrd Vo\c,- Cor., i' 7 July 2.j ; Z^. p I'J Sept. 20; C^/^^i. p 18 Nov. 31 ; MoJ. 

P30 July 44; Lt.Col. P30 March 47 ; Cu. 28 Nov. 54. 
Mffjors. —Thomiis G. Mcx. Oakes/ Cor., p 10 Jan. 4(; ; Lf. p3 Sept. 47; Capt.P22 Feb. 60 ; 

jl/ry., P 1 All},'. 50 ; Bt. Lt.Col. 20 July 58. 
Edward Biirgovne Ciireton,^ Cor. 21 June 39; Lieut. 19 Dec. 43; Capt, p31 Jan. 51 ; 

Br.Mnj. 20 Dec. 5G ; .T/ff/. 7 July 57. 

I-IEUT. 



I Captains. | 

John DeM.MurravPrior* 



31 Dec. 41 



GeorLTO Ilornc' |p 19 June 35 

Chandos Fred. Clifton* ..'P31 May 44 
;Robt.IIcrbcrtHcathJaryS P 23 Nov. 49 
'Adolph.UlickWomb\vcll"',P19 Aug. 52 

Robert Campliell" ,Pl2May 48 

[Alexander Fletcher'^ .... j p 21 Sept. 52 
John Cuninghamo'^ .... p 11 Mar. 53 

I Lieutenants. 
Edward Brown, ^ Adj 
Robert Edward Roe '^ 



24 Aug. 52 

P13 -May 53 

FrancisTheopliilusBlunt'y 4 Aug. 54 

,. ,..._.... ..!:.._- 1 16 'i>15Sept.54 

p 18 Apr. 60 
P29 Apr. 50 
P 29 July 50 
P 19 Sept. 50 
p 13 July 58 



CAPTAIN. 



30 Apr. 4G! 

P 28 Aug. 38| 
P29 Oct. 47 
P25 Apr. 51 



8 July 51 
25 June 52 
29 July 53 

1 May 65 



20 July 58 
30 Nov. CO 



I' 23 Dec. 53 P 1 May 55 
P 8 Feb. 501 29 Dec. 54 
P 4 Aug. 54 P (! Nov. GO 



10 Mar. 57 



3 Aug. 54 
P15 Sept. 54 



20 Apr. 69 



p 21 Sept. GO 

9 Caiit. Jary. Lt.Brown i\nd Qr.Mr. Blake.eemcd with 
the i;tli LitnciTS in the Kaffir war of ISal-S (Medal). 
Alio in ihe Crimea from 9th May IMS, including ihc 



Fitzhardingc Jones '"' 
George Francis Moranf 
John Charles Le Quesne 

Erasmus Go wer 

ISamuel Adams 



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'David Roche Vandeleur. . 
Adolph.J.S.C.Chichestcr 



iWiUiara Blacker.. 



Henry J. Russell Cruise 
Thos. Edmund Houghton 
James Stevenson .. . 
Jolm Cavendish Orrod 
Crofton T. B. Vandeleur.. 



I lege of Sebasiopol (Medal and Clmp). 
P 1 May 55 12 Capt. Cuninghame served with the 1st 

9 Nov. 65 '^'■- ^''«- '" "'^ Crimea from ICth Aug. 1855. 
u 1 A.,o- ^f! '"'•'u<''iig the siege and fall of Sebastopol 

„ ; ,"• ?_ (Medal and Clasp and Turkish Medal). 

7 Julj' ol 17 I.iouf. Morant served in the campaigns of 

9 Oct 57 1858r.9 With the Saugor ami Nerbudda field force. 
.,111^ ' ri an*! W'^s present at the affairs of OceKunge and 
Pll Dec. 57 Kobral. battle of Banda, relief of Klrwee.BCtioa 
P 28 Oct 59 <"> "'<= heights of Punw.irrce, andat several minor 
affairs (Modal). 
M Lieut. Roe served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from 
17th May 1855 (Medal and Clasp). Served as Brigade Major of 
Cavalry to the Saugor and Nerbudda Field Division and was 
present at tho affairs of Jejiingc ami Kubrai, general action of 
Handa, and surrender of the Rajah of K.invte on 5lh Juno 
1858. 



J?/iS. Pll June 30; Lt. P2Aug. 33; 
[Uon.Maj. 1 Jan. GO. 



IG Dec. 57 
10 Mar. 58 
p 21 Jlay 68 
22 May 58 
PJ? Apr. 60 
P 18 Sept. 00 
P 13 Nov. 60 
P 30 Nov. 60 
Paijm.—Jas: Gust. Hamilton Holmes '^ 24 Feb. 37 
Adjutant. — Lieut. Edward Brown,9l8 Oct. 63. 
Quarter Master — Michael Blake,^18 July 48. 
Riding iV«*;er.— William St. Leger Stephens, 31 July 57. 

Surgeon. — Francis Hastings Baxter," M.D. 15 Aug. 54 ; Assist.Surg.W 5u\y Ab. 
Assistant Surgeon. — Edward JIason Wrench,^" 3 Nov. 54. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Charles Steel, 10 Aug. 57. 

Blue — Facings Scarlet. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
lieturnedfrom India, 29 June 1800. 

I Sir Lovell Benjamin I^ovtll served at the taking of Monte Video under Sir Sam. Auchmuty in 1807, and subsequently 
in the Peninsula, including the battles of Talavera, the Coa, Busaco, I'uenles d'Onor (wounded), Salamanca, Vittoria, the 
Pyrenees, Nive, Orihes, and Toulouse; actions or skirmishes near Talavera, Scxmiro, Val dc laMula, I.a Meares, Freixedfi, 
Onarda, Coimbra, Valle, Venda de Sierra, Pombal, Redinhn, Miranda, de Corvo, C^a, Galligi.is, Nave d'Aver, E!<piga, near 
Fuenles d'Onor, Llerena, near Salamanca, Si. Cliristovnl, Rucda, Castrillos, Foncastin, Mutylla, at Burgos, Osma, Huaric, 
Pampelunn, Vale de Bostan, Pass of Maya, Lines of Ainlio, Cambo, ;Ha8parren, lleliie, Oarris, Sauveterre, St. Gladie, 
Birelho, Garlin San Roman — total, ten general actions, forty minor actions or skirmishes, besides attending seven sieges; 
and was nt the siege of Oporto, being one of the Military Reporters under Lord William Russell. He has received the War 
Medal with eleven Clasps for Busaco, Fuentes d'Onor, Badajoz, Salamanca, Vittoria, the Pyrenees, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse. 

: Colonel Pole commanded the 12th Lancera in the Kaffir war of 186I-.1 (Medal): in General Somerset's expedition over the Kei in 
1S31 he commanded the Cavalry and Artillery; and in X^ii he commanded several patrols and columns. Served in the Crimea from 9th 
May ISjS, and was present at the capture of Tchorgoun, battle of Tchcmava, siege and full of Sebastopol, and at Eupatoria with the Light 
Cavalry Bngade iMedal and Clasp, and 5th Class of the Medjidiel. 

4 Lt.Colnntl Onkes served with the lith Lancers In Ihe Kaffir war of 1351-3 (Medal). Ser\ed in Ihc Crimea from 9 May 1855 (Medal and 
Clasp for Sebastopol, Sardinian Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidic). 

5 Major Cureton served with the 16lh Lancers in the action at Maharajpore 29th Dec. 1843 (Medal); and with the 8rd 
Light Dragoons dnring the cimpaign of 1845-0 on the Sutlej ; including the battles of Moodkec (severely wounded) and So- 
bruon, for which he has received a Medal and one Clasp ; and served with the 12lh Lancers in the Kaffir war of 1831-53 
(MedalL Served with Ihe PJih Lancers in the Crimea from 31 July 1855, at the siege and fall of Sebastopol and at £upa- 
toria (Medal and Clasp). 

C Lt.ColoncI Prior served with the 12th I^inccrs throughout the Kaflir war of ISol-iS 'Mcdall, including the passasc of, and 
operations across the Kci. The K;istern campaign from 17th May 1855, including the battle of Tchern.iya, siege and fall of Se- 
bastopol, and openit ions near Kupatoria under Ueneral D'Allonville (Medal and ChispW The Indian catiipaign of 1858.69 with 
the Saugor and Nerbudda field force, including the action of Banda where he conininiidcd the left wing of the 12th Lancen. 
action of Jcpinge and Kobrai, reUef of Kinvee, fuid action at the stunning of the heights of Punwurric (mentioned in despatches. 
Brevets of Slajor and Lt.Coloiiel, Medal and Claspl. 

7 Captain Home served jn the Crimea from 17th May IS.Vj (Medal and Clasp for SebastopoH. 

8 Major Clifton served will, the Olh Lancers in Ihe campaign on the Sutlej in 1840, nnd was present at the battle of 
Sobraoii (Medal). Served with llie 12th Lancers in Ihe Kaffir war in 1851-53 (Medal and mentioned in Dispatches). Also 
in the Crimean campaicn from I7tli May 1M55, includinz the bailie of Tchemaya and siege of .'*eba«lopol (Medal and Clasp). 

Ill Captain Woinbwell serveil in the- Crimea from 20ili Aug. ls.Vj (Medal and Clasp for Sebastopol). 

II Capisin Campbell scrvrd with ihr 31ih Kc(ct. at ilienrK-of 8iba«topol, in 1855 (Medal and Claap). 

13 Captain Fletcher and Major Holmes served in the Crimea from Uih May 1855 (.Medal and Clasp for Sebastopol). 

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13^^ Regiment of Light Dragoons. 

rirct in uEternum."—" PENINSULA' 
"INKERMAN" "SEVASTOPOL." 



r Head Quarters, 
L Kdinburgh. 
'WATERLOO" "ALMA" 



Colonel.— "& 513a Allan Thomas Macleau," Ens. 4 Jan. 10; Lt. Pll July 11 ; Cript. p23 

Dec. 18; Maj . 2d Oct. 30 ; Lt. Col. llJuly M; Col. Q Nov. AQ ; Maj. Gen. 20 Jane oi ; 

Col. 13th Lt. Dragoons, 12 Nov. 60. 
Lieut Co/owe/.— Arthur Treinayne,"-' Cornet, p 11 Sept. 46 ; Lieut. P29 Oct. 47; Capt. P4 

Apr. 61 : Brev.BIaj. 12 Dec. 54; Mfl/or, p 31 May 59; Lt.Col.P'H.l Fub. 60. 
Major. — Alexander George Dickson/ Ens.^ 18 Feb. 53; Lt. 6 June 54; Capt. Pi June 55; 

71/ryor, P3 July 60. 



Captains. 
FitzRoy Donald Maclean^ 

Robert MacneilP 

Henry Oldman Munn . . 
Thomas Price Gratfex^ . . 
Henry White 



CORNl 



I LIEUT. 



P 10 Aug. 52 
P 16 June 48 
P 4 Aug. 54 
24 Nov. 54 
P 12 Apr. 50 



3 Aug. 55 
6 Jan. 54 



Stanley de Astel C. Clarke | 

William Atkinson j 

Henry Topham Clements' •> 17 May 50 

Lieutenants. 
George Gardner,' J, rf/. 

Robert Burden 

Walter Sydney Tucker 
Francis James King . . 
William Gore 



26 Oct. 54 

P19 Apr. 50 

3 July 55 

P 9 Oct. 55 

? 21 Oct. 53 

P 25 Jan. 66 

9 Nov. 55 

21 July 53 



27 Sept. 54 

23 Mar. 58 p 24 Au 
P 10 Mar. 57 
P 2 Oct. 57 

17 Sept. 58 



Walter P. Bagenal I 31 Aug. 53 



Geo. Croft Huddleston .. 
Thomas George Johnson" 
George William Hayne. 

COKNETS. 

John Saunders 

William Mitchell Innes. . 

William Harle ■ 

John Arthur Carthew . ■ 
Edward Charles Starkey 

James Alex. Ford 

Piiilip Williams 

Josepli Bonham Clay 



'26 Oct. 68 

27 Nov. 57 
17 Apr. 58 



9 Oct. 55 

58 
P 18 Jan. 59 
12 July 58 
P 8 July 59 
P 16 July 59 
P21 Feb. 60 
P30 Mar. 60 
P 24 Jan. 60 

10 Lieut. Johi 
eluding the reco 



CAPTAIN. 



P 18 Jan. 66 
9 Oct. 57 
P 16 Apr. 58 
P 24 Aug. 58 
29 Dec. 54 
P 14 June 59 
P21 Feb. 60 
P 31 May 59 



BREV.MAJ 



BT.LT.COL. 



5 Ciptain MacneiU served the Eastern cam- 
paisn of 1854, including the afTair of Bulganak, 
hatlles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebas- 
topol ; also present with the Light Brisade at Eu. 
patoria (Medal and three Clasps and Turkish 
Medal). 

8 Lieut. Gardner served the Eastern campaign 

of 13.'i4 5, including the affairs of Bulganak and 

M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava 

(horse shot), and Inkerman, and siege of Sebas 

topol (Medal and four Clasps, and 5th Class of the 

Medjidie and Turkish Medal). 

Johnson served the Eastern campaign of 1954-55, in 

reconnaissance on the Danube, battles of Balaklava 

thorse wounded), Inkerman, and Tchernaya, siege of Sebastopol, and 

expedition to Eupatoria (Medal and three Clasps, French and Turkish 

Medals, and Knight of the Legion of Honor). 

11 Major Frith, Assist. Surg. Armstrong, and Vet. Surg. Towers 
;erved the Eastern campaign of 18o4-5.'i, including the affair of 
Bulganak, battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman. and Tchernaya, 
and siege of Sebastopol ; also present with the Light Brigade at 
Eupatoria (Medal and four Clasps and Turkish Medal). Mr. Armstrong 
was with the recocftiaissance on the Danube under Lord Cardigan. 



P 22 July 59 
30 Dec. 59 

P31 Dec. 69 

PlO Apr. 60 

P 18 May 60 

P 18 Sept. 60 

P21 Sept. 60 

P 22 Sept. 60 
Paymaster.— Y.(im. Bentley Frith," 7 Sept. 41 ; Ens. p31 Oct. 34; Lt. p 3 Nov. 37 ; Hon. 
Adjutant. — Lieut. George Gardner,* 27 Sept. 54. \_Major, I Jan. 60. 

Quarter Master. — William Cresdee," 2 IMarch 55. 
Riding Master. — Francis Levison Michael," 11 July 56. 

Surgeon. — Robert Carew Anderson, M.D. Assist. Surg. 22 May 40; 5Mrgr. 1 8 May 49 ; Surg. 
Assist. Surg. — Lancelot Armstrong," 7 April 54. [Major, 22 May 60. 

Veterbiary Surg. — Thos. John Towers," 12 May 54. 
Blue — Facings iin^. Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. {^Ret.from the Crimea, 28 May 1856.] 

1 Major General M;iclean served with the 13th Light Dragoons in every action and affair in which it \tas engaged in the 
Peninsula, from Dec. 1810 until wounded and lalcen prisoner at Couches, 13th Blarch 1814. Was present with his regiment 
during the Waterloo campaign; engaged in command of the rear guard for the briaade on the 7th June, and throughout 
the action on the 18th. Accompanied the 13th Dragoons to India in Feb. 1819; was employed in command of a cavalry 
brigade with the field force at the reduction of Kurnool, and served uninterruptedly with his regiment for twenty-two 
years, when he returned with it to England, and was placed on h.ilf-pay as 2nd Lieut. Colonel. He has received the War 
Medal with six Clasps for Albuhera, Vittoria, Pyrenees, Nivelle, Nive, and Orthes. 

2 Lt. Colonel Tremayne served the Eastern campaign of 1851-55, including the reconnaissance on the Danube under Lord Cardigan, affairs 
of Bulganak and M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava (horse shot), and Tchernaya, and siege of Sebastopol; also present with the 
Light Brigade at Eupatoria (Medal and three Clasps, Brevet Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class cf the Medjidie and Turkish 
Medal). 

3 Major Dickson serverl with the fi?n'l Re~t. at thosl-'Ke of SebasUpnl froml3Noy.lS54 to 7 July 1855 including the attack oa the 
Quarries on 8th June and on the Kedin on the 18th June (Me'Ial and Clasp). Was present with the Carabineers at the outbreak 
of the Wepoy mutii.y at Mecrut on the 10th May 1857, actions of the Hindun SOlh and 31st May, battle of Budleiieserai. the affair 
of the 9th June, andsubsequ' n'. ooeratiors before Delhi (Medal and ( hasp). 

4 Capt. Maclean served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of Alma (Medal and two Clasps and Turkish Medal). 

6 Captain Gratrcx served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of ~ 
and Clasps and Turkish Medal). 

7 Captain Clements served as Adjutant of theHth Lt.Drs.with the Persian 1 
field force under Sir Hugh Kose in 1858, and wna present at the battle of Ki 
Golowlec. capture of Calpee and pursuit, action of Morar, and recapture of Gwalior (Medal and Clasp). 

12 Riding Master Michael served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the affair of Bulganak and 
the Liuht Brigade at Eupatoria (Medal and two Clasps and Turkish Medal). 

13 Qr. Master Cresdee served with the Light Briaadc at Eupatoria. and has received the Crimean Medal and the Turkish Medal. 

[Continuation of Notes to 12th Lancers.] 

15 Lieut. Blunt served the Eastern campaign from 17th May 1855, including the battle of the Tchernaya, siege and fnllof 
8eb:istopol (Medal and Clasp). Served with the Saupor and Nerf^uddafield force during the Indian campaign in 18.'58-.59, 
as adjutant to the left wing, and was present at the battle of Banda, actions of Jegunge, Kobrai, and Lowherie, and sur- 
render of the Rajah of Kirwee (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal and Clasp). 

16 Lieut Jones senxd with the Saugor and Nerbudda field force during tlie Indian campaign in 1858-59, was present at the 
battle of Banda where he was severely wounded ha\Tng received six sahro wounds; also present at the actions of Je'^un-'O, Kobrai 
and Lowherie, and several minor affairs (Medal). 

18 Coinet Russell Cruise served In the 1-rench Army before Sebastopol as Lieut, and Adjutant in the SlstRegt., and was 
present at the battle of the f ehernaya and operations before Sebastopol, for wliich he has received the British War Modal 
and Clasp. 

19 Dr. Ba.xter served the Eastern Cai,ipai»;n with the Gth Dragoons, including the assatilt of the I8th Jnnc 1855, battle of 
Tchernaya, siege and faU ot Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp, and 5th Class of the Medjidie) 

J ^'^ ftit^^'Tci "^"""^ ""'^ *'"' "'^ ""> ^"8*- «' *>»« "««« of BebaBtopol iu 1854-65. and assault of the Kedan on the 18th 



Balaklava and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol ( Meila 

spedition of 185/ (Medal). Also with the Central Indii 
" pee and a 

also prcs 



r'ulfc. J 
I "I'liVi 



Yuan' Serv 



1 -ith ( The Kluf/'s) Begt. of Light Drs. 1 56 

SSrW E\aLF."" l)OlTRO""TAI.,\VF,RA" "FUKNTES O'ONOR" "SALAMANCA" "VITTORIA" 
1 "ORTHES" "I'ENINSULA" "I'UNJAm" "CHILLI AN WALLAH" "GOOJKHAT." 
Co/o»if/.— J!) tai William Bcckwitli,' KH. Cornet, p7 Jan. 13; Lt. 12 Dec. 15; Capt. 

P9 May 'li; Major, p U FoL. 28; Lt.Col. G Dec. 33; Col. U Xov. 4G ; Major (Jen. '20 

June 54 ; Col. U Drs. 1'2 Nov. 6i>. 
Lt. Colonel.— ChfurXcs Steuart,^ CB. Cornet, 10 Dec. 25; Lieut. P5 Feb. 29; Capt. 

V 9 i\ov. 38 ; Mnj. i' 25 April 48 ; Lt.Col. 7 July 50 ; Col. 28 Nov. 54. 
.!/«>»•*.— Arthur Scu(lainori',='CB. Cor. i'29May 35; Z,M8 Feb. 38; Capt. p22 Oct. 47; 

Major, 1 June 54 ; Bt. Lt.Col. 20 July 58. 
Richard Herbert Gall/ CD. Cor. p 3 July 35; Lt. 7 Dec. 38; Cfl;)^ p31 Mar. 48 ; itfiyor, 

18 Sept. 57 ; Dt. Lt.Col. 24 aiar. 58. 

Captains. 



John Augustus Todd' 



COKNET 

; P 28 Aprr 37' ; p 14 June 



LIEUT. CAPTAIN. 



27 Nov. 48 
1ft Pearson Scott Thompson* I P 5Au{,'. 42^ 7June44;p 3 Sept. 47 

17 Sei>t.50 
15 Mar. 53 



Ricii.UuckIcvPrettejohn'|P23 Feb. 38]P18 0ct. 39 
P31 Dec. 41 1 PIG May 45 | 



Robert Johnston Brown" 
William M'Mahon" ... 
Arthur Need " 



DUEV. MAJ.BT. LT.COL. 



I P 26 Nov. 42 : P G Nov. 46 , P 27 May 53 
!pi30ct. 39IP17 June42! 1 June 54 
William D'Urban Blvth'^P 22 Oct. 471 22 Feb. 49, 20 June 57 , 



20 July 58 
20 July 58 
20 July 58 

20 July 58 
20 July 58 



Fred. Barclay Cliapman i 

LlEUTEXANT.-^. | 

Claudius Buchan. Whish'* 



23 Oct. 57 26 Mar. 58,p 16 Mar, 



20 Dee. 59 
3 July 60 
3 July 60 



1 9 Aug. 51 P 30 Sept. 53 I 4 Lt.Colonel Gall served with the 14th Lt. 



W.II.T.ClarkeTravers "^ |P20 Aug. 51 , p 30 Sept. 53 , Ors. throuKhout the Punjuub c^mipaigu of 



Robert Chadwick 



17 Dec. 52 p 18 Nov. 53 



LawrenceSt.Patr.Gownn" p 20 Sei)t.53 



Lawrence JIackenzie ' 



P 18 Oct. 53: 



James Giles, Adjr^ 1 p 30 Dec. 53 1 



Robert Mather 



16 Apr. 58 P 22 Apr. 



Edw.EssexDigbyBoycott P 2 Feb. 58 



1848-19, iiii-liidiii?r the action of Kuiiiuuggur 

1 T •^i *""' ''"^ charsjiiig squadrons mid received a 

1 June 04 severe sabre wound in an cfTi'rt to seize a 

9 Oct. 55 I Standard, battles of Cliilliaiiwallah and Goo- 

20 June 57 ' Jc'""^- Served with the Persian expedition of 

: 18J7(Medalj. Commanded the left wing of the 

I Regt. in the Dccc&n Held force at the sunpres- 



8 Jan. 
5 Feb. 
5 Feb. 



Blue 



'■ lu July 58 [ sionof the Mutiny at Aururijiiibad ; alsoUuniig 
the .Malwa campaign of lb57 and with the 
Central India Field force under Sir Hugh llose 
in 1858, includin" the siege and capture of 
I Dhar, action of Mundesore, battle of Gooraria 
and relief of Neemuch, siege and capture of 
ChanJeyric, siege and capture of Jhansi j com- 
manded the force detached against the fort of Loharri and 
headed the stormers in the attack; present at the baulc of 
5 Mar. 58 Koonch and alTiiirs during the advance on Calpee, including 

13 April 58 the actionofGolowlie, also at thecapture of Caipce and pursuit, 
1^ Wa-a ^S and recapture of Gwalior (live times mentioned in despatches 

14 iviay 00 j}fc,,et of Lt.Colonel, CB.. Medal and Clasp). 
24 Aug. 08 

Paumaster. — William Fe'tlicrstonhaugh,** 15 June49 ; JEns.P 8 Jan. 41; i/.P29 March 44; 

Adjutant.— Lieut. James Giles,=' 9 Sept. 59. [Hon.Major, 1 Jan. 60. 

Quarter Master. — Thomas Bennett,'^ 9 Aug. 50. 

Hiding Master.— ios,c\)\\ Raiker, 7 Nov. 56. 

Surgeon. — William Aiden, 25 July 51 ; Assist. Surg. 9 Apr. 41. 

Assist. Surg. — Richard Chapman Lofthouse,'* M.D. 14 July 54. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Henry Dawson,'' o July 55. 

Returned from Bombay, June 1860. 



; CORKETS. 

! Francis Blake Eagle . . . . 

I Henry Bradley 

Percy Dodgson 

Wm. Atclierley Atchcrley 
i William Sandys Browne 

j Hon. Fred. Amherst 

lEdw, Williams Piitchard 



-Facings Scarlet. Agents, Mes.srs. Cox & Co. 

1 jr»jor General Beckwith served in thi' Peninsula with the l6th Light Dragoons from July 1813 to tlie end of that war 
in 1814, Including llie battle of the Nivellc, and battles of the Nive on the !)lh iind li tli Dec, for which he has tlie War 
Medal with two Clasps. Served also the campaign of I8l5, and was present at the retreat on l/"th June and at the battle 
0/ Waterloo. 

2 Colonel Stcuart served with the 14th Lt. Drs. in the Puiijaub campaign of 1818-9, including the hatlles nf Chillianwallah 
(sabre wound) and Goojerat, pursuit of the cncniv across the Jhcium, and of the Affghans over the Indus through the Khjbcr 
Pass (Mediil and Clasps). Commanded a Cavalry Brigade in the Persian expedition of 1857 (Medal and CB.). Conimauded 
the 2nd Brigade of the Central India Fieid Force under Sir llu&li Rose in 1858, and was present at the sicze and capture of 
Rahutghur, relief of Sangor and capture of Gurrakota, forcing the Muddenpore Pass, siege and capture of Jhansi, battles of 
Betwa and Koonch (Medal and Clasp). 

3 Lt.Colonel Scudamore sencd with the 4th Lt. Drs. throughout the campaign of 1838-39 in Affgh.anistan, including the 
•iegeand capture of Ghuince (Medal). Served wiih the Uth Lt. Drs. tlirousihout the Punjaub campaign of lbUS-49, including 
the action of Ramnuggur (wounded), passage of the Chenab, battles of Cliilli^mwallah and Goojerat— dangerously wounded 
(Medal and Clasps). Commanded the Kegt. during the campai-n of ItsSS in Central India under Sir Hugh Rose and was pre- 
sent at the siege and capture of Rahutgliur, action of Bamdia Relief of Sauvor, capture of Gurrakota ; commanded the 
deUched force sent against Maltbone; present at the siege and capture of Jhansi and commanded the outposts during the 
invetlment ; present at the battle of Konnch and all the affairs during the advance on Calnce including the action of Golowhe ; 
also at the action of .Morar and recapture of Gwalior; also commanded a nyiiig column for six mouths m the Gwalior aud 
Jhansi liistricts (three times mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB.Mediil and Clasp). 

5 Lt.Col. Todd served with the 4lh Lt. Drs. throughout the campaign of 1S38-30 in Aflghanistan, includine the si-ge and rap- 
ture of Ghuznee (Medal). Served with the Uth Lt. Drs. throughout the Punjaub campaign of l>:l>i-49, including the action of 
Rainuuggur. passage of the Clicnab, battles of Cliilliaiiwalliih and Goojerat (Medivl and Clasps). Served as Brigade Major of 
Cavalrv with the Persian expedition of 1S57 (Medal). Also as Bri:;adc Major to the 2d Brigade of the Central Inuia field 
force under Sir Hugh Rose in 185»3 and was present at the siege and capture of Rahutghur, relief of Saugor, capture of Gar- 
rakota, forcing the Muddenpore pass, siege and capture of Jhansi, battles of Ketwa with Koonch and affairs during the 
advance on Calpee aud action of Golowlic; also the action of .Morar, reca;iture of Gwalior and pursuit with action of Jowra 
Alinore : served as Assist. Adj. Gen. to the Gwalior Dirision in pursuit of the Rebels and at the action of Ranode (mentioned 
in uespatches, Brevet of Major, Medal and Clasp). 



157 I4th (The King's) Regt. of Light Dragoons. 

6 LtCoI Tlionipson served with the 7Ui Dragoon Guards against tlie Insurgent Boers in South Africa in 1845; and likewise 
in the Kaffir war of 1846-7 (Medal). Served with the 14th Lt. Urs. with the Central India field force under Sir Hugh Rose in 
1858 and was present at the siege and capture of Jhansi; commanded the Cavalry at the capture of tlie fort of Loharri ; pre- 
sent at the hattle of Koonch, the various skirmishes before Calpee, action of Golowlie, and capture of the town and fort of 
Calpee; comniiui(ied the left wing of the Regt, at the action of Morar, the several engagements on the heights before Kota- 
kaserai'and Gwalior, and capture of the fort and city of Gwahor; commanded a field detachment for three months in Bundle- 
cund, and in a successful attack against a very superior body of rebels at Garotha — thanked by the Governor of Bombay in 
Council (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal and Clasp). 

7 Lt.Col. Prettejohn served throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the action of Ramnuggur with the 
charging Squadrons, passaje of the Chenab, battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat, pursuit of the enemy across the Jhelum 
and of tiie .'iffghans over the Indus througli the Khyber Pass (Medal anl Chisjis). Served with the Persian expedition of 
1857 and was present at the bombardment of Mohunira (Medal). Also with the Central India field force under Sir Hugh Rose 
in 1858 and was present at the siege and capture of Raliutghur, action of IJarodia, relief of Saugor, capture of Gurrakota, 
forcing the .Muddenpore pass (wounded), siege and capture of Jhansi, Battles of Betwa and Koonch, affairs during the advance 
on Cailpee, capture of Calpee, action of Morar and recapture of Gwalior and pursuit ending in the action of Jowra Alipore, 
action of Ranode — severely wounded (three times mentioned in despatches, Brevets of .Major and Lt.Col., Medal and Clasp). 

8 Captain Brown served at the suppression of the Mutiny at Aurungabad in 1857, and with the Central India field force under 
Sir Hugh Rose in 1858 and was present at the siege and capture of Raliutgliur, relief of Saugor, capture of Gurrakota 
and pursuit across the Beas, at Malthone, siege and capture of Jhansi (Medal and Clasp). 

9 Major M'Mahon served in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9: at the first siege of Mooltan, including the attack on the 
enemy's position in front of the advanced trenches, 12th Sept. 1848; with the charging squadrons of tlie 14th Lt. Dragoons at 
Ramnuggur (very severely wounded\ and at the battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat; was also present at the surrender of 
the Seikh array at Rawul Findee, and pursuit of the Atfghans to Peshawur (Medal and Clasps). Served with the Central India 
field force un'der Sir Hugh Rose in 1858 and was present at the siege and capture of Raliutghur, relief of Saugor, action of 
Barodia, at Jlalthone, siege and capture of Jhansi, battles of Betwa and Koonch (severely wounded), action ot Morar, recap- 
ture of Gwalior, imd commanded a flying column in operations against Bunjor Sing (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Major, Medal and Clasp). 

11 Major Need served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 as Aide-de-Camp to General Wliish, and was present during the 
whole of the siege operations against and capture of Mooltan; after which he was at the battle of Goojerat (Medal and Clasps). 
Served with the" Persian expedition of 1857 (Medal). Also with the Central India field force under Sir Hugh Rose iu 1858 and 
was present at the siege and capture of Rahutghur, relief of Saugor, capture of Gurrakota and pursuit across the Beas, forcing 
the Muddenpore Pass, siege and capture of Jhansi, battles of Betwa and Koonch, affairs during the advance on Calpee and 
action of Golow lee, capture of Calpee and pursuit, action of Morar, action resulting in the recapture of the town and fort of 
Gwalior, pursuit in 1858-9 and action of Ranode and pursuit of Tantia Topee (four times mentioned in despatches, Brevet 
of Major, Medal and Clasp). 

12 Captain Blytli served throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, including the action of Ramnusgur (with the charging 
squadrons), passnge of the Chenab, battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat, pursuit of the enemy across the Jhelum, and of the 
Affghans over the Indus through the Khyber Pass (Medal and Clasps). Served with the Central India field force under Sir 
Hugh Rose in 1858 and was present at the capture of Loharri, battle of Koonch, various skirmishes before Calpee, action of 
Golowlee, capture of the town and fort of Calpee, action of Morar and severe engagements on the heights before Kotakaserai 
and Gwalior, capture of the fort and city of Gwalior (mentioned in dispatches. Medal and Clasp). 

15 Lieut. Whish served as A. Q. M. Gen. of the Cavalry Division in the Persian E.vpedition of 1857 (mentioned in despatches 
and Medal). 

16 Lieut. Travers served in the Persian expedition of 1857 (Medal). Also with the Central India field force under Sir Hugh 
Rose in 1858 and was present at the siege and capture of Raliutghur, capture of Gurrakota, forcing the Malthone Pass, siege 
and capture of Jliansi, battle of Koonch, aU the affairs during the advance on Calpee and action of Golowlee, capture of Calpee 
andpursuit (Medal and Clasp). 

17^ Lieut. Gowan served with the Persian expedition of 1857 (Medal). Was present at the suppression of the Mutiny at 
Aurungabad; also with the Malwa field force in 1857 at the siege and capture of Dhar, action of Mundesiu-e, battle of Goraria, 
and relief of Keemuch. Served with the Central India field force under Sir Hugh Rose in 1858 and was present at the siege 
and capture of Chandeyrie, siege and capture of Jhansi, battle of Koonch, affairs during the advance on Calpee and action of 
Golowlee, capture of Calpee, action of Morar, and action resulting in the recaptm-e of the town and fortress of Gwalior ; served 
in 1859 in pursuit of the Rebels and was in the successful attack on the 5th April (mentioned iu despatches. Medal and Clasp). 

19 Lieut. Mackenzie served with the Persian expedition iu 1857 and was present at the capture of Mohunirah (Medal). 
Was present in 1857 at the capture of the fort of Dhar and defeat of the rebels at Muudesore; served with the Central India 
field force under Sir Hu^h Rose in 1858 and was present at the taking of the fort of Chandeyree, siege and capture of Jhansi, 
battles of Betwa and Koonch, operations before Calpee with action of Golowlie and capture of the town and fort of Calpee, 
action of Morar and operations resulting in the capture of the fort and city of Gwalior, operations against the rebels in Bundle- 
cund, acted as Brigade Major to the 2d Brigade Gwalior Division part of 1859. 

21 Lieut. Giles served with the Persian expedition of 1857 (Medal). Was present at the suppression of the Mutiny at Au- 
rungabad in 1857, and subsequently served as Adjutant of the left wing at the siege and capture of Dhar, action of Mundesore 
(wounded), battle of Goraria and relief of Neemuch; served with the Central India field force under Sir Hugh Rose in 1858 
and was present at the siege and capture of Chandeyrie, siege and capture of Jhansi, battles of Betwa and Koonch, affairs 
during the advance on Calpee and action of Golowlee, capture of Calpee and pursuit, action of Morar, pursuit of rebels under 
Ferozeshah and action of Ranode (twice mentioned in despatches. Medal and Cla?p). 

24 Major I'etherstonhaugh served with the Central India field lorcc under Sii- Hugh Rose in 1858 and was present at the 
battle of Koonch, all the att'airs during the advance on Calpee and action of Golo^^■lee, captxu'C of Calpee and pui'suit, action of 
Morar, and recapture of Gwahor (Medal and Clasp). 

25 Qr.Master Bennett served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 with the I4th Light Dragoons, including the action of 
Kamnuggur (severely wounded), battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat, pursuit of the enemy across the JheUim, and of 
the Affghans ovrr the Indus through the Khyber Pass (Medal and Clasps). 

26 Doctor Lofthouse served with the 10th Hussai's in the Crimean campaign of 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol, battle of the Tchernaya, and affair of 21st Sept. near Kertch (Medal and Clasp). Served wnth the 14th Lt. Drs. during the 
Indian campaigns of 1857 and 1858 under Sir Hugh Rose and Sir R. Napier, including the siege of Rahutghm-, action of Bai-odia, 
relief of Saugor, siege and capture of Gm-rakota, forcing the pass of Muddenpore, battle of Betwa, siege and fall of Jhansi, 
actions of Koonch and Golowlie, captiu-e of the iowu and fort of Calpee, action of Morar, recapture of GwaUor, operations in 
Bundlecund and affairs of Garotha and Jachlone, and pursuit of Tantni Topee (Medal and Clasp). 

27 Veterinary Surgeon Dawson served with the Persian expedition of 1857 (Medal). Served with the Central India field force 
under Su- Hugh Rose in 1858 and was present at the siege and captui'e of Rahutgluu- reUcf of Saugor, captui-e of Gurrakota, at 
Jlalthone, siege and capture of Jhansi cMedal and Clasp). 



loth ( The Kinff's) Reyt. of Lt. Drs. (Hussars). 



Head Quarters, I 
Oaliir. J 

Y--.,.a«,v I "EMSDOHl"'" EOMOXf-OP-ZKE"" VII.LIEH.S E\ COUCH E " "SAIIAGU.S " "VITTORI.V 

I ear* serv. •• I'ENINSrl.A " •• WATEKLOO." 

j 4t) I Colonel.— '& <S\U EveranlWrn. Hoiiveric.i Cor. i"-' Apr. 1-2; Lt. 15 Oct. 12 



168 



I Par. 



Half 



Capt I' 9 
..... , Sept. 1!); Bt. Major, (i May :H ; /.^Co/. i" 4 D.-c. :32 ; CW. IG Sept. 45 ; MiijorGen. 
P«y. I 20 June 54 ; Lt.den. 30 July UO ; CV/. 15th Ilussai-s 17 July 5'.). 
' Lieut. Colonel. — \'\Ci\. Wellington John Fitz U ygrain,* Cornet, i".>8 July 43; Lieut. i> 17 

I iMay 44 ; tV;<f. I' 22 Dec. 48 ; Major, i" 19 Feb. 58; /./.CW. 20 July 58. 
Major.— Ucnvy Lee.^" Cornet, i'12 Oct. 39; Lieut, i' 29 July 44 ;" C«/>^. p8 Dec. 54; 
1 Major, I' 23 Sept. 59. 



Captains. 
George Stoney S\vinny, s. 



Horace Trower 
William Veall Greethaiii 
William Ellington Stuart^ 

Edwyn Walker 

Hubert Penfold 

Arthur Riui<lolphMullings 
Stewart DaviesCartwright 

LiKUTENAXTS. 

James Alston Clark .. .. 

James Mann, Adj 

Bryau Burrell 

Phineas Bury 

Montague Cecil Broun.. 



C OItXIiT. I J.tE UT. I CAl'TAIX. lIHEy.MAJ . , BT.LT.COL. 

fl4June42 12 Apr. 4G 
P30 Aug. 42 3 Apr. 40 
P3I May 44 p 30 July 47 



1 Nov. 51 
P 24 Nov. 54 
P 14 Mar.5G 
"17 July 57 
p 20 Mar. 58 



14 Sept. 55 



14 Dec. 

17 Nov. 

P25 Jan. 

23 Mar. 



14 Sept. 55 

2 Oct. 55 

18 Sept. 57 

20 Feb. 58 

P23 Sept. 59 

P 10 Dec. 59 

WjP 3 July 60 



55 



59 



P23 Nov. 52 PlO Feb. 54 
17 .\pr. 57 25 Jan. 59 
4 Dec. 57:p23 Sept. 59 
8 Jan. 58 JP 4 Nov. 59 
15 Jan. 58 PlO Dec. 59 



Walter T. Edw. Bentlnckip 5 Feb. 58 p 3 Feb. 00 



Pll Sept. 601 



2 Lt.Colonel PitiWysrara served in the Crimea 
»itli the 6tli Dra;oon>, w« prrsenl at the battle of 
Tclicrnaya and fall of Sehaslopol ( MiHlal and Clasp 

Geo. John Hooke Pearson '• 31 Dee. 58 p25 May GO and Turkish Medal). 

David Rii-ardo p 13 May 59 p 3 July 00 inl/e'^t'ot" ^NUhaVa^plrT^Solll'uccNa^Vrn" 

John Uob. Heron Ma.KWell P 1 Ajir. 59 P 1 1 Sept. GO has received the Bronie star.' 



1 COK.NETS. 

Fred. Geo. Lister Inglis 
Benjamin Winthorp .. .. 

Hugli Hiimphrya 

Gerald Walker 

James Le Messurier ... 
David Maxwell 



4 Ciipiain Sluirt hus received iIk 
on C)nt Ag ■*"' Cl.tss, for sen ice in the 0^lllarlli 
D To r» f ' -n ^ Surgeon Watt served with the 23ra Fusiliers the Eastern 
V as Uct. 0,i campaign of 1854 and up to 2-lth March, 1855, including (ho 
P 31 Jan. GO battles of Alma and Inkerman.and siege of Sebastopol (Me • 
P 9 Mar GO da' i^nJ '■•"■eeC!asps,and5lhClassof theMttyidie). 
p„, J , ■ r... Quarter MB!.ter Kae served with the 2iid Dr. Gds. in the 
ol JUiy l>u Indian Campaign in 1858, includini: the siege and capture ol 
Pis Si'pt. GO Lucknow, and action of Koorsee (Medal and Clasp). 
Alex. Martin Edmiston . . p 30 Nov. 60 

I Joseph Norton p 1 Dec. GO 

] Paymaster.— mayncy Townly Walshe,^ 3 Oct. 48; Ens. p 28 Aug. 38 ; Lt. 31 Dec. 39; 
Adjutant. — Lieut. James Maun. 1 May 57. \^H on. Major, 1 Jan. 60. 

Quarter .1/rts^e;-.— William Uae,* 9 Oct. 55. 
Riding .Vrt.v^e/-.— Maillard Noake," 20 Feb. 57. 

Surgeon. — Win. Godfrey Watt,' 28 March 54; Assist. Surg. 1 Jlarcli 44. 
Assistant Surgeon. — Charles Ilcnry Browne,'" 1 Aug. 57. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Martin Meiice, 25 July 55. 



Blue. 



'■igc 



Its, Messrs. Cox & Co. Irish Agents, Sir E. R. Borough, Bt., Armit & Co. 
[Returned/roni Madras, 20 June 1854.] 

I Lieut.General Bouver-e served in the Peninsula from Octi>licr 1812, to the end of that war in 1814, and has re- 
eeired tlie WarMidal with two Clasps for the battles of Viltoria and Toulouse. He served also the campaign of 1815, 
and was wounded at tie battle of Waterloo. 

7 Major Wulslie scived with 'he Oth Ri-gi. throuRliout the campaign of 1842 in AflTahanlstnr (Medal) uiidpr Sir George 
Pollock, including the storming the Khyber Puss, taking the Kort of Miimoo Khail, storming the heights of Juedul- 
luck, action in the Tezeen Valley, clearing the heights of Huflliolul, and storming the town of Istaliii; Served in the 
Kartir war of 1851-58 (Medal). 

lo ^Vssist. Surgeon Browne served in tlie Indian canipa'gn from Nov 1657 to April ls59, and was present at the scige and cap 
ture of the fort of .\\vah. also at the siege storm and capture of the town and fort of Kotali (Medal and Clasp). 

II RiOlug Master ^u:tku serrcd m luu Criineaa caui«iKU aiid vm iievcrely wouuJed iu lUe baitle of ii..iaklaTa (Medaland 
two L'l.v<>|nl. 

[Continuation of Notes to \lth Lancers.] 
7 Ciplains Lowe. Gibsone, and Curzon, served in the Crimea (.Medal and Cla^p). 

10 Captain Duncan served tho Eastern campaign of 18.54-55, including the affair of Ilulganak, battles of Alma, Bala- 
klava (hurse killed), and Inkerman (horse killed), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, Sardinian Medal, and 6th 
Class of the Medjidie). 

11 Captain Goldic sened with the 9lh Lancers throughout tlic suppression of the Indian Mutiny in 1857-nO, including the 
battle of Budlekeserai, siege operations assault and capture of Delhi, actions of Bolundshuliur and .\Uygiiur, battle of .\gra, 
aff.iir of Kanouge. relief of Lucknow by Ix)rd Clyde, battle of Cawnpore on Cth Dec, action at .^eniigliat, action at Shuiushabad 
(in command of a Sqimdrum, siege and' capture of Lucknow, the summer campaign in Oudc and Uoliilcuud and actions of Uho- 
daniow and AUyghur. capttirc of Bareilly, action at Shahjchanpore and pursuit to .\Iahomdec, passage of the Gogra at Fyzabad, 
and affair at Kuuidakoti i Medal :uid Claspsi. 

12 Captain Bainbndge served with a Squadron of the I'th Lancers in the Indian campai^ of 1858 under Sir John Michel, in- 
cluding the affairs of Itaghur, Xfongrowlie. Sindwaho, Kerie, and Zeera|)ore (Medal). 

13 l.icut. Wood served iit the tiombardinent of Odessa a* a Mid-hipman of H.M.S. Queen; and in the Xnval Brigade 
as Aide de Camp to Captain Peel from IstUct. 1854 lo 18th June, 1855, when lie was sev.-rely wounded carrying up scaling 
ladders to llie Rednn ; mentioned in Ixird Raglan'o dispalclie» (.Medal with two Cla<ps Kiiizht of the Li'Zion ol Honor, 
5th Class of the .Mi-djidie, and Turkish Medil). Srrved in the Indian campaign of I8.'8 as Brigade Major in Somerset's 
Brigade, ami was mi-ntioned in General Michel's deipalcii (Victoria Cross, Medal and Cia«p). 

U Lieut. Goldswortliy sened in the Indian c.-impaijni with the Volunteer Cavalry with Ilavelock's column in the actions of 
Oon.io, Biisecrut gunge, Boorbi-akcchowkie, Bithoor. Muiigarwar, and .\luuiliagh, relief of Lucknow and its subsequent defence : 
whilst ui Lucknow sened as an .\ssistaut Kngincer < Medal and Clasp i. 

t D 



159 

" TALAVERA 



16th {The Queen* s) Regt. of Lt. Drag. {Lancers). 



Full Half 
Pay. .Pay. 



tHead Quarters, 
Hounslow. 

' "PIJENTES D'ONOR" "SALAMANCA" " VITTORIA" "NITE" " PEXINSULA" "WATERLOO" 
2HURTP0RE" " AFFGHANISTAN" "GHUZNEE" " MAHARAJPORE" "ALIWAL" "SOBRAON." 



Colonel—'^ Hon. Sir Edward Cust/ KCH. Cor. 15 Mar. IO3 Lt. P27 Dec. 10; Capt. 

PODec. 13; i)/«J. p 24 Oct. 21; Lt.Col.v^Q Dec. 26; Col. 23 Nov. 41 ; Maj.Gen.W 

Nov. 51; Lt.Gen. 14 May 59; Col. 16th Lancers, 9 Apr. 59. 
Lieut,'Colonel.—Chm-\eiio\m'Fo&iQv;^ Cornet, p 8 April 36; Lt. 21 Dec. 38; C(q)t. PI Dec. 

47 ; Major, P21 Sept. 52; Lt.Col. Pl7 Feb. 57. 
Majors.— \\\\\la.m Thomas Dickson, Co7-?ie^, p 23 Apr. 47; iieM^.P25 Feb. 48; Capt.'P'ib 

Apr. 51 ; Major, p 19 May 54 ; Bt.Lt.Col. 26 Oct. 58. 
Thomas Woolhiston White, Cornet, p 7 May 47 ; Lieut. P 7 Apr. 48; Capl. p23 Sept. 51 ; 

Major, P2 Nov. 55. 



Captains. 

liancelot Halton 

David Barclay 

Patrick Dynon^ 

James Stewart 

Hugh D'Arcy P. Burnell 
Go. Wm. Hutton Riddell 
Francis Paynton Pigott 

Thomas Boyc^ 

Lieutenants. 

'Frederick Stoodley 

Artlmr John Armstrong 

Arthur Gooch 

R.Fieldin','x\Iorrison,M£/;. 
Morton Eagle Harmar . . 
Tiiomas Francis Agg. . . . 
Henry ClementWilkinson'' 

Guy Webster 

Francis Joseph Barron . . 
Cornets. 

Charles Antliony 

George James Gilbard . . 
William John ^^'aucl)ope 



P25 Feb. 
r 13 April 
29 May 
P 12 Aug. 
P 14 July 
P 21 July 
P 16 JWar. 

26 Feb. 

1 4 Mar. 
p 3 June 
PIO Apr 
p 30 Mar. 
P26 Oct. 

27 Oct. 

15 Feb. 
P 25 Aug. 
P19 Nov. 

^P 12 Jan. 

18 Jan. 

p 7 Oct. 



CAPTAIN. iBKEV.MAJ. jBT. LT.COL. 



? 13April49'pl2 Oct. 52 i 
P 2 Apr. 50 Pll Oct. 53! 

16 June 42 [ 14 Sept. 55 
P13 Oct. 54 !p 16 Mar. 58 

14 Sept. 65 I P. 30 July 58 
P 2 Nov. 55 ' P 24 Dec. 58 
P 18 Jan. 56iP17 June 59 
P 15 May 57 p 17 June 59 



Wm. Alexander Battine^' 14 Feb. 
C.Carrington Churcliward P 16 Mar. 
Chas.Fra. Arnold Howard P 18 Dec. 
James Herbert Lovell . . p 19 Dec. 



27 Nov. 57 
Pll Dec. 57 
P30 July 58 
P 24 Dec. 58 
P 17 June 59 
PI7 June 59 
P 5 Aug. 59 
P 25 Feb. 59 
P 21 Sept. 60 



4 Major Rosserwas prcsentat the siege and cap- 
ture of Bhurtpore in 1825-6 ( Medal) . He served 
with the army of the Indus, under Lord Keane, in 
1838 and 39, and was present at the capture of 
Ghuznee (Medal). He was also present in the ac- 
tion at Maharajpore, 29th Dec. 1843( Medal) ; and 
alsoat Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon (Medal and 
Clasps). 

6 Lieut. Morrison (late a Captain in the 51st 
F.) served with the 19th Regt. in the Eastern 
Campaign up to -.iSth Oct. 1S54, including the 
!nOla„„^ an battle of Alma and siege of Sebastopol (Medal 
and two Clasps). 
7 Lieut. Wilkinson served with the 9.5th Regt. in the Indian 
Campaign of 1858, and wus present at the siege and capture 
of Awah, siege assault and capture of Kotah, battle of Kota- 
kaseria, general action resulting in the capture of Gwalior, 
assault and capture of Rowa, siege .nnd capture of Pouree, 
battle of Beejapore, and affair of Koondiy( Medal and Clasp). 
10 Riding Master Biown served with the 16th Lancers 
during the campaign in Affghanistan, under Lord Keane, in 
1839, including the siege and capture of Ghuznee (Medal). 



Paymaster. — George Fred. Rosser,-* 28 May 47 ; Ens. 20 Aug. 36; Hoyi. Major, 1 Jan. 60. 
Adjutant. — Lieut. Richard Fielding Morrison, 24 July 60. 
iQicarter blaster.— James Fuller, 18 May 60. 

\Riding Master. — Thomas Brown,'" 7 Sept. 58 ; Cornet, 29 Dec. 57. 
iSurgeon. — William Ker Park, 6 Oct. 54; Assist. Surg. 31 Oct. 45. 
\ Assist. Surgeon. — Andrew Knox Rickards, 24 April 55. 
I Veterinary Surgeon. — Francis Frederick Collins, 8 Dec. 48. 
' Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox & Co. 

[Returned from Bengal, 26 Dec. 1846.] 

1 Sir Edward Cust joined the Duke of Wellingtoii's army prior to the advance from Portugal in 1811, and conUimed with 
it up to the cantonments on llie Adour in 1813, having been present with tlie 16ili Liglit Dragoons at the battle of Fnentes 
d'Onor, and with the Utli Dragoons at the battles of Salamanca, Vittoiia. the P\renees, Kivelle, imd Nive, investment of 
Ciudad Rochigo, siege of Badajoz, and generally in all the affairs of that period, until he quitted the Duke's army on promotion. 
He has received the War Medal with seven Clasps. 

2 Lt.Colonel Foster served with the IGth Lancers during the campaign in .iflghanistan under Lord Keane, including the siege and 
capture of Ghuznee (Medal). He served also at the battle of Maharajpore, 9th Dec. 1843 (Medal) ; and in the campaign on the Sutlej in 
1846, including tlie battles of Buddiwal, Aliwal (as Aide de Camp to Brigadier Cureton), and Sobraon (Medal and Clasps). 

3 Capt. Dvnon served witll the 16th Lancers during the campaign in Affghanistan under Lord Keane, including the siege and capture 
of Ghuznee (Medal). He served also at the battle of Maharajpore (Medal), 9th Dec. 1843; and in the campaign on the Sutlej in 184G, 
including the battles of Buddiwal, Aliwal.and Sobraon ( Medal and Clasps). 

8 Cornet Battine, as a Lieut, in the Bengal Army, served with the Persian expeditionary force from January to June 
18.^7, and was present at the bombardment and capture of Mohumrah (Medal). Setved in Bengal with Havelock's column, 
on the Staff of that General, and was present in the several actions leading to and ending in the relief of the Residency at 
Luiknow on 25th Sept. IH.^"; also during the subsequent defence as a D.A.Q.M. Gen. to the force until its final relief by 
Lord Clyde on 24lh Nov. lH.i7 (Medal and Clasp), 



[Continuation of Notes of the \lth Lancers.'] 

4 Colinel Gibsone ser\-ed throughout the Kaffir war of lS4fi-7, and wms present on almost every occasion in which the 
troops were engaged with the enemy ; and he had the command of and led the charge of Cavalry in the decisive affair of 
the Gwanga on the Mih June 184ti. when a large body of the enemy was encountered and utterly bioken, lea\ine upwards 
of 411O dead on the field, on which occasion his services were warmly acknowledged in the public despatches, and his name 
particularly mentioned in General Orders. 

15 Assist.Surgeon K.iUer served with the 9th Lancers in the suppression of the Indian Jluliny in 1858.39, and was pre- 
sent at the capture of Mecangunge, siege and capture of Luckiiow, the summer campaign in Oude and Rohilcund with 
actions at Khodamow and AUygunge, capture of Bareilly, action near Shahjehanpoie and pursuit to Mahomdee, passage of 
the Gogra at Fyzabad (Medal and Clasp). j f 1^ .15 

IG Doctor Cullen was attached to the fiSth and 48th Regis, for nine months during the siege of Sebastopol : and was 
with the 4th Light Dragoons on the cavalry expedition to Eupatoria (Medal and Clasp). 



Secunderabad. n 
Depot, Maidstone. J 

~" I "Death's Head, 



Years' Serv. 'i 



nth Rcgt. of Lijld Drafjoons (Lancers). 



"DALAKLAVA" "IXKI-UMAN 



JKull Half 
Pny^ Pay. 
21 U 



with the Motio, "Or Olori/."— ••ATM X 

Colonel.— m\ Sir J iMius Maxwell \Vanacct'''Kn°C'orw^/ li A„n- n- 7/ r , 

Capt. -2 Oct. 07; Major, I Jan. 17; Lt.Cl ^"0,.; 4 S/ o« U, M^^''^^^ 

i/.to/<;m/...-llLmy Uoxby Benson,=' C'o;/u7, i-yiJa„. 40 . ^/. |^-''n-'J». 



160 



Robert Wl.ite,^ Cornet, p 16 Oct. 47 ; Z;«^^ Poo ,jec. 48 CnntX Mnr -, « , 
V2 Dec. 54 ; .Va>-, 12 July 58 ; Zt.Col. - 21 Feb (0 ' ^ ' ^" ' -^''"'''^ 



Crty;^ P27 



iA-,..U„C,,,u.l,,l,op.Oi.».c,.,.^C.™,, 



il/ryo/- 1' 25 Feb. 45; Lt.Col. 
Mf^ors.—Sir William Goiilon/ lit.' Cornet, p14 June 60 • i/ PlR Tnlv -^i /- , or> 

Oct. 54; Brev.Maj. 7 Dec. 58; Major, p 1 July 59 ""^ > ■^^■''^^ J»I.v 51 ; C«/,<. 20 
Lewis EJw.Kni.rht,Cor. p 17 Sept. 50 ; /.^ MIJ A...,. 51 j C.,;>/. 7 Nov. 54 : 3/^kP 21 r.h_ «n 

J^APTAIN. J bKEV.MAJ. IbT. LT.COL. 



Captains. 

John Macartney * 

Drury Curzon Lowe^. . . . 
Henry Andrew Sarel ' . . 
Walter Raymond Nolan . . 

John Gibsone' 

James Duncan '" 

Hon. Wm. Henry Curzon' 
Charles Waymoutli .... 

James Goklie" 

Robert Bainbrldge'^ . 
Lieutekant.s. 
FCT HenryEvelynWood" 

Thomas Gonne 

James Harding 

Arthur James Uilling .. 
I Rob. Dennist. Maci^egor 

■ James Geor;re Scott 

Ro^'er T. Goldswcrthy'^ 

Jolin Illidge Fraser 

H. AV. Fortescue-Hanison 

Henry Richard Abadie . . 

Cornets. 



P 27 Sept. 33 
P28 Julv54 
p 13 July 47 
P 19 Jan. 65 
8 Dec. 54 
5 Nov. 54 



'• 19 Dec. 34 
7 Nov. 54 
''15 Dec. 48 
PIO April57 
P 2G Feb. 5G 
10 April 57 
13 July 55j 17 Sept. 57 
P27 July 55' 17 Sept. 57 
P 14 July 64 "15 Jan. 50 



P 29 Feb. 56 

7 Sept. 55 
' 2 Nov. 55 

3 Oct. 57 
26 Feb. 58 

4 Oct. 57 

5 Oct. 57 
9 Oct. 57 

25 Mar 
18 Jan. 5G 

6 Aug. 58 



P 2 Oct. 67 

P 1 Feb. 56 
P 1 1 Sept. 57 
P 24 Dec. 68 



15 Mar. 53 
' 9 Nov. 56 

18 Sept. 
' 22 Apr. 



24 Mar. 58 



iGeo.JohnBrudenellBruce P 7 Aug. 57 



I Henry William Young 

j George Rosser 

j Fred. William Blumberg. 
Geoige PumtVett, Adj., f 
(Riding.Ma--*ter, I5Junc56; } 
I Hen. Augustin Robinson 
j JosepliDevonsherJackson 

I Edward Corbctt 

I Edward Henrv Maunsell. 



23 Aug. 59 

26 Aug. 59 

P 15 Nov. 59 

30 Dec. 59 

30 Dec. 59 

30 July 58 

P 26 Oct. 60 

P 30 Nov. 60 



27 May 59 

28 Oct. 59 
P30 Dec. 59 
P 21 Feb. 60 
P21 Feb. 60 
'■ 18 Dec. 60 ) 

8 Atajor Sarel served with tlie Qth Lancers 

during the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 in- 

cludiiiK the battles of Chilluimvalluh and Goo- 

jerat (Medal and Clasps). Also throngbout the 

7 «:o..f ra V"'"'" Mutiny in 1857-59, was present at the 

/ aept. >jB| siege and capture of Delhi, commanded the 

27 May 59j ca^i'ry of Ihe force under General Nicholson 

P 16 Aug. .59 '" ""^ ''"=''°" °^ ^'"Jull'n'hur. and a squadron 



the actii 
Plf! \.i<r ^n!i"""'^'0'''''e Bastion on I4tb Sept., also at the 
n 1 . .- ^^ ^ '"""•' °^ Bolundshubur where he was severely 
• 14 Feb. 00 woumled whilst leading a charce through the 
P 3 July GO '^wn, present at the actions of Alyghur, Agra, 
I.- „ .1..— : ge. served as Drigaile Major 



P 18 Dec. 



Kanoge, Maraig 
I of cavalry at the' affair at the Aium'bagh. 
I assault of the Spcundra Bagh.andthc relietof 
Lucknow by Lord Clyde (Brevet of Major) 
battle of Cawnpore on Ctli Dec, actions at Sfi-argliat and 
Khodargunge,occupationofFultehghur, passage of the Goom- 
tee under Outram, siege and capture of Lucknow, the summer 
campaign in Oude and Uohilcund, actions at Rooya and Aly- 
"■•-te, capture of Bareilly, relief of Sbahabad the repulse of 
attack on it and pursuit of Mohumdee; also with the ca- 
v:ilry in Oude under Sir Hope Grant and present at the oocu- 
pation of Fyzabad ; comniandi'd a Iteat. of Irregular Cavalry 
ring the latter part of campaign in Oude, and was present 
with it at the passage of the Gogia and the subsequent opera- 
tions in Ihe Terai (thanked by the Governor General in Coun- 
icil, and fourteen times mentioned in despatclies, Medal and 

01 _ 'Clasp). 

\ Paymaster.— 
\A(ijutant.— Cornet George Pumfrett, 30 Dec. 59. 
" Quarter .l/«5^e;-.— William Garland, 18 Apr. 56. 
" I Ridlnr/ Musier.—Thom&s Martin, 30 Dec. 59. 
" 5»r(7eoM.— James Kellie, M.D. 2 Oct. 57; Assist.Surg. 5 May 48. 
" AssUt. Surgeons.— Samud Fuller," 23 July 55. 
i David Cullen,'« MD. 1 Sept. 54. 

; Veterinary Surgeon.— John Ferris, 17 Feb. 58. 

Blue— iv/cf'/i^s Vihitc— Agents, Messrs. Cox &. Co. 
., ^, ^e*"^n^^/''om the Crimea, 14 May 1856. Embarked for India, 5 Oct. 1857. 
I Sir Maxwell W allace, while serving at the Cape of Good Jlope as Captain 21st Light Dragoons, was sent in I8I2 In 
command of a squadron of that R.gt.into Catfrarm with Kriga.iier General Grahams expediiion.wlich in .even months 
of hard and severe work drove the Cairr.s across the Great KiM. Hiver. He served also' the campaign of 1815 and wa, 
present in the action at Quatro Uras, the retreat on the 17th June, and battle of Waterloo. On the Ifllh June 1815 
^e was appointed, by Major General Baron Uornberg. Orderly OUicer, to assist his Brigade Major. Capt. Rob-iis- the 
Seneral'. Ai. e <le Camp Captain Krachenburg. being taken prinoner the following dav, he took Kobalsas Mdo de Camp 
.nd nameJ Captain Wallace, Acting Brigade Major; and Robnis being killed on the l8th, the Duke of Wellington con! 
lirm. d Captain W allace on the Major General's recommendation. ""^ "■ » eiiintton con- 

.iel':'"l°??'n''nV,"',"'"''.'"''i ""' '^"'Lancer* in theCrimea fmm Mlh Jan. l8o5, including the battle of the Tchernaya 
.iegeRndNllot&ebastopol,a..d commanded the squariro,, of the Li.bt Ilriirado ;n the ..ijht attack on the Russia.. On tnos?. 
on IB.h Feb I80O (.Medal and Clasp, 5lh Class of the Jledjuii... and Turkish Medal). Serv, d in India ""TsST-oS 
wmn.ande,. the .eoo,.d cavalry colu.n.. Mi.lwa Divi.ion n. various operations .n Cc.tral India, and in pursu of^he r"be1 
[rrbv^t'^IdralTc^rrmn'So^n^n^^^^^ 

5 Sir \\ill,am Gordon ,crved in the Ka-tern campaign of 1854-.'.5. including the battle of Kalaklava (wounded and 

6 f4 '■ ' "m ''\Vr.H f'^'"'*'^'!"" ("^<^,'" "'"1 •^'■"1». Knight of the Legion of Honor, and 5th Class of the McdlFdie). 
,o« o ; ? !«,? n.f'. mime's ""1'' " 'l"""!'"" "f "'= '3"' Light Dragoo.is at Kurnool and ,n the action of Zora- 
MHd.Tol . f \ " '"*"• ^"'*'* ""'' '•'* "'" ^**"'"» ''"^« ^'•'8^ "f Sebastoi.ol and battle of the Tcher.,a)a 
.ueaai ana Lla>i>y. [For continuation of Notes, see end of the two preceding pages. 

t d2 



18th Regt. of Light Dragoons (Hussars). 



tHeaJ Quarter?, 
Aldershot. 

Colonel— 1^ ^m. lEdward Byam,' Ens. 11 Nov. 11; Lt. 29 Apr. 13; Capt. p 26 Aug. 19 ; 

3IaJor, P 16 June 25; Lt.Col. p 26 Sept. 26; Cot. 23 Nov. 41; Major Gen. 11 Nov. 51 ; 

Lt.Gen. 16 Nov. 58; Col. 18tli Drs. 23 Feb. 58. 
Lieut. Colonel. —R\c\\a.\-A Knox, Cor. p 28 June 31; Lieut. 20 April 34 ; Cw^^if. 9 Mar. 42 ; 

Br.Mrij. 20 June 54 ; Maj- p8 Dec. 54 ; Lt.Col. 19 Feb. 58. 
.1/fl/or.— Soame Ganibiei- Jenyns,- CB., Cor. p 30 Dec. 45; Lieut. ■P2i: Sept. 47; Capt. p 20 

Dec. 5!) ; Brev.Mnj. 12 Dec. 64 : Maj. 19 Feb. 58. 



Captains. 
Henry Brett . . , • .../... 
VV.WedderburuArbuthnot 

Henry Scotf 

William Palliser 

John Peyton 

Hariner Hardy 

George Harmer Pcring^ 

William Coxon 

Lieutenants. 
Wm. Pern. Hesketh," A dj. 

Thomas Phillips 

William Henry O'Shea.. 
James Clarke Ilicks .... 
Townley P. H. M. Filgate 
EdmundBernhardLeibert 
Rob. C. Cuning. Graham 
Charles Arthur Tisdall . . 
Harold Esdaile Malet. . . . 
Cornets. 

Thomas Fuller 

William Owen Whiteside 

Edmund Lart 

Edward Bacon 

Tho. Albert Bray Wright 



CORN ET. 

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p 5 Dec. 48, 
P 12 May 48: 

22 Apr. 55 ! 

P21 July 481 

1 June 55 j 

p 12 Mar. 52 [ 

20 July 55 

9 Mar. 55 ' 
1^26 Sept. 56 

17 Mar. 58 

26 Mar. 58 i 

27 Mar. 58 ' 
13 Apr. 58 

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18 Jan. 59' 
18 Oct. 59 



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6 Sept. 

26 Mar. 
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10 Sept. 
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26 Feb. 58 
P 6 Aug. 59 

31 Aug. 58 
P 21 Sept. 60 

27 Apr. 58 
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5 Captain Peiing served in the 89th Regt. at 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol from l.'itti Dec. 
1854, and attacks of the 18th .luneandSth Sept. 
(Medal and Clasp, and.'Jth Class of the Medjidie). 

6 Lieut. Hesketh served with the 4'2nd High- 
landers at ihe siege and fall of Setiastopol from 
July 1855, and received a contusion from a 
round shot in the trenches (Medal and Clasp). 

8 Captain Uetson served at the siege and cap- 
ture of Bhurlpore in 1825-26 (Medal). 

9 Qr.Master Pickles served with the lllh 
Hussars in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, 
including the affair of Bulganac, battles of 
.4lma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of 

(Medal and four Clasps). 



Pa!/ma.^ter.—Wm. Betson,^ 10 March 58 ; Q. M. I Nov. 35; FFon. Capt. 1 Sept. 56. 

Adjutant. — Lieut. Wm. Pemberton Hesketh,^ 13 Dec. 59. 

Quarter Master. — Joseph Henry Pickles,* 23 March 58. 

Riding Master. — Edward Malcolm Greatre.x, 14 May 58. {Major, 1 Oct. 58. 

Surgeon. — Melville Neale, M.D. Assist. Surg. 18 Sept. 35 ; Surgeon, 19 Mar. 52; Surgeon 

Assistant Surgeon. — Robert Brown Forsyth Brown, 8 Dec. 57. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Austin Cooper Shaw, 21 Aug. 48. 

Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Co.x and Co. 

1 Lieut.General Byam served the campaigns of 181-2, 13, 14, and 15, including th2 battles of Salamanca, Vittoria, Orthes, 
and Waterloo, besides minor affairs. Severely wounded by a grapi-^hot while carrying the regimental colour of the S8th at 
Salamanca, and slightly wounded at Waterloo. He has received the War Medal \rith three Clasps. Major General Byam's 
first commission was an ensigncy in ttie 38th, with which Regt. he served two campaigns: all his other commissions and the 
rest of his service were in the 15th Hussars. 

2 Major Jenyns served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the reconnaissance on the Danube under Lord Car- 
digan (in command of the squadron 13th Lt. Drags.), battles of Balaklava (horse »hot), Inkerman, and Tchernaya, and 
siege of Sebastopol; also present with the Light Brigade at Eupatoria (Medal and three Clasps): lie was senior oflScer of 
the 131 h Lt. Drags, out of the charge at Balakhiva, and re-formed the Regiment, for which he received the brevet of Major 
and CB. Has also received ihe 5th Class of the Mcdjidie. 

4 Major Scott served in the 9th Lancers at the close of the Punjaub campaign in 1849 (Medal). Served as D. A. Q. M. 
General to Lugard's division from 28th Feb. 1858, and was present at the taking of the Dilkoosha,Martini6re, Banks' House, 
Begum's Palace and capture of Lucknow with subsequent operations; joined detached column under Walpole, commanded 
a Siiuadron at the attack on Rhodamow, also at the action of Aligunge ( Medal and Clasp, twice mentioned in despatches). 
Was awarded Ihe Silver Medal of the Shipwrecked Mariners' Society for gallant conduct on the occasion of the wreck of 
the troop ship " Julia" on the coast of Scind. 



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CAI'TAINS. 

Barclay Lawson, Unjor II July oo 

Andrew Pellett Scriinshire Gri'cii, iluj- 17 Jul) 

Edward Arthur Williams, Major -zi July 00 . • • • 

9 Noil M'Inncs Mackay,'" Mnjor 30 July 6o I 

13 Win. James Estcu Grant,*^»/n/.2 Nov.55 I 

llO Joseph Clark Child*, Major i Aus. 60 1 

lH.B.(ieor<je Vandcrheydeii Johnson,'-" Mnj. 3 Aug. 60.. 
In Adolphus Frederick Connell," Mnjori\ Aug. 60 . . 

10 Hobi-rt Barlow iM'Crea,»^ MoJ- « Apr. 59 

; 8 John Lindredge Elgec, Mojvr 15 Sept. 60 

'l3 John Desborough, .v,;>r, 13 Oct. CO 

' 7 Gqot^c?,\\&\s^^ Major mow bb, Brigade Mc{jor,X 

Woolwich ) 

■ 3 Aug. Fred. Fra. Lennox,'' Major 2 Nov. 55 

jR.E. Charles Stuart Henry ,'^'' /. c. 2 Nov. 55 

12 Philip Gossot Pipon,'" .i/,,j. 12 Dcc.54 

' G J. Daveni)ort Shakespcar,"' jlnj. 12 Dec. 54 1 

! d Edicard Bruce linmley,^^ I. c. 2 Nov. 55 

j 2 George Thomas Field, '""j/fl/oaNov.So.D.^.iJ.-V. }\ 
I Gni. }fnoluich j 1 

Arthur Comyn Pigou'- 

Hoti. David M'Dowall Frascr,"" Maj.2 Nov. 55; ? 

/. c. 26 Apr. 50 j i 

Charles John Strange,'"^ ^/«yor 2 Nov. 55 

Horace Parker Newton,** Maj. 2 Nov. 55 

Alexander Cameron Glei(f* 

9 Hon. Wm. C. Yelvcrton,"" Maj. 12 Dec.54 

4 George Henry Vcsey'"'^ 

10 Stapylton Robinson 

G M. A. Shrapnel IJiddiilph,"'^ /.CO June56 

3 Henry Arthur Vernon''^ 

9 Gus. "llamil. L. Milman,"" s.lAo;. 2 Nov.55 

d J. F.I.odington Bnddcley,^^'^ Maj. ]2Dec.5i 

7 George Lee Chandler 

H.B.Chas. G. Arbuthnot,"^ .4/rtyo)-2Nov.55 

Oil Charles Richard Ogden Evans • 

! 2 Guy Rotton,"" Maj„r 13 Apr. 58 

Oil Francis W. Hastings,'" Major 2 Nov. 55 

I 4 Henry Augustus Smyth^- 

12 Paul \Vinsloe Phillipps 

Frederick Hugh Chancellor 

Charles Waller, * 

Rd.KingFreeth 

Fra. M. Maxwell Ommanncy,'"'' Maj. 20 July s") 

Edmund Palmer,'"* jr<7>r 20 July 58 

.Leopold Grimston Paget"" 

Henry Mercer"" 



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Thomas Walter Milwaid ' 

Henry L. Chermside,"^ .Vn>. 12 Dtc. 54 ; 

Frederick William Craven Ord 

William Conyngham Lynch Blosse'" , 

Matthew Bligh Forde " ! 

William Townsend Barnett ! 

Archibald Edw. Harbord Anson,^^^ Inspec- \ . 
tor General of Police at the Mauritius .... J 

S. Enderby Gordon,""/, c. 2 Nov. cs 

Edward Jloiibray,'" Ufajor 2 Nov. .M ' 

Johnfiio. Boothbv,"',M(y. 12npc.54 i 

Charles Neville Lovell j 

James Francis Eaton Travcrs 

Hon. Edw. T. Gape,'"/. <-.2Nov..',5 

Neville Saltren Keati Baijh/^" ] 

George Barstow,'" Major 12 Dec. 54 

George Leslie j 

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Henry Lambert Fulke Grevillc .. 

Hugh Bent^"- 

Francis Robert Glauville 

Henry Jervis White Jervis 



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.Gaspare! Le Marchant Tupper,'^^ Major 12 Dec. 54 

Henry Heyman'^^ • . 

Dixon Edw. Hoste.'^^CB, Maj.liDec.5i 

Edward Taswell'^* 

John Singleton,"" Major 12 Dec. 54 

Wm. Edm. M. Ileilly,'^'CB., *. jMa>r2NoT. 55.. 

. William Boyd Saunders '^- 

.Cha. H. Smitll'33 3/,^. g june 56 ; I.e. 26 Apr. 59 ... . 

Hen.Terrick Fitz Hugh"=^ jt/aj.G June56 

John Lawrance Bolton'^* 

George Henry John Alex. Fraser 

France James Soady/^' jt/a;".6 June 56 

Joseph Godby/"* Maj. 6 June 56 

Domi. Sarsfield Greene,"* ji/^^y. 24 Mar. 58 

Wm. W. Barry,'^^ Maj. 2 Nov. 55 ; i. c. 24 Mar. 58 ... . 

George Hatton Colomb 

. Archibald jMotteux Calvert 

O' Brien Bellingham Woolsey 

Alfred Wi/fi.es Drayson 

Cadwallader William Elgee''^ 

Edm. J. Carthew,'^' Major 2 Nov. 55 

George Harrison Aun Forbes, s 

Robert John Hay, s 

Alexander John MacDougall 

John Spurway,'^^ Mnj. 6 June 56 

J. E. Michell,'^^ ;J/a7o?-2Nov.55; J.c.26Apr.59 •..• 

Geo. Cecil Henry, ^^''f Maj. 2 Nov. 55 

Thomas Picton Warloio 

Philip Bedingfeld 

Richard Paget Campbell Jones 

Reginald Onsloto Farmer 

Charles Maitland Govan , 

Chas. Henry Ingilby,'2^jVin;or 12Dec.54 

Robert Poole Gabbett, r 

Henry Peel YateSj^'" j)/(jj. i2Dec.54; Z.c.26Apr. 59. . 

Charles Edward Mainwaring 

William John Williams,'^' j;ajo;-2 Nov.55 

Charles Fred. Young,'^^ Maj. 20 July 58 

Sanf or d F reeling, Colonial Secretary at Gib- \ 

raltar S 

Oliver Robert Stokes 

J. Farrell Pennycuick,'''^j)/a;. 12 Dec. 5* 

Walter John Grimston 

C. E. Oldershaw,''** Major 2 Nov. 55 

Nath. Octavlus Simpson Tiirner,'''5ji/a/. 6 June \ 

56 ; I. c. 26 Apr. 59 ) 

Hon. Leonard A. Addington 

A ndreio Orr 

Charles Rowland Hill • 

Patrick John Campbell'" 

UC Fra. C. Maude,'^^ CB. Maj. 19 Jan. 58; I.e. ) 

20 July 58 \ 

Arthur William Twiss"^ 

Reginald Curtis,'5o ni„jgr q june 56 

Allan Sievwright'*' , 

Frederic Southcote Scale'*' 

John De Luttrell Saunderson 

Philip Dickson,'" Majors Nov. 55 

Edward Jackson Bruce 

W. Powell Richards,'"il/n;.6June56 

J. Edward Hope,'*^ Major 2 Nov. 55 

Algernon Brendon,'" jv/o;.6 June56 

Jamisde Havilland,'*'5ii/«_;. 6 June 56 

George Aliix Wilkinson 

W. Wind. Aug. Lukin,'*7 3/„j.2Nov.55 

C. Edm. Walcott,'58 Major 2 Nov. 55 

"iJCGronow Davis,'*^ jxa,-.28Aug.57 

Edgar G. Bredin,'^ Major 6 June 56 

W. John Bolton,'^' Major 2 Nov. 55 

Frederick Close , 



2d LIEUT. 1st LIEUT. CAPTAIN 



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Boyal Artillery. 



Captains. 

James Sinclair,'"' Hi^jor 2 Nov. 55 

IIi'nryLyiiehTulbot,"'''.V(y. 20 July 59 

Willougliby Juines Wilson'** 

Wm. Henry Hamlolpii Simpson,'" .Uiy.o June.io .. 

Lewis \V. Pcnn,""* j/(yor2 Nov. 55 

William Morris '" 

Henry Ronny 

Charles Paufett Rotten '"^^ 

Second Captains. 

Thomas Edmund Byrne,"'* r 

Edward Taddy,"" M„j. 2 Nov. 55 

Charles Johnston"' 

The. Sam. Poer Field, '".Voy. 4 xo,-. 00 

Lawrence Auf^ustus Bradshaw 

John Jl'Candic Campbell,"^ 3laj. 26 Apr. 50 

William French 

r(CTre(U-rick Miller,'" j/„;. 2 Nov. 55 

liobert WolstJeij Haig 

Chas. Henry Otcen,^'^ Maj. 2 Nov. 55 

Geo.Ald.Milman,'"*«. Maj. June 50 

Robert Boyle,'"' s 

Lambert Henry Denne,'" AdJ 

George Malcolm Pasley'^ 

P. W. L' listrantre,''* ji; , •. > 

Charles Edwd. Burt,"" 3taj. 6 June 5fi, r 

Constantine Lemon H. McTernan 

Hazlitt Irvine,'*" Moj.O i»ne5(S 

Cland George William Lascelles, *■ 

Shadwell M.Gryll?,'*' MuJ. fi June 56 

Ref,'d. H. Champion'" Moj. 2 Nov. 55, r 

Luke Brabazon Brabazon, s 

Thoman Loinjworth Bnnies '*^ 

Charles Carpenter 

.Wm. Gilly Andrews'^' 3/rtJ.2 Nov.55 

Alexander Henry Murray,"* AdJ 

John Alexander Pliillips Adams 

Roderick Mackenzie'**j/oy.2 Nov.55 

Robert Horselcy R . Rowley 

Wm. Geor?:e Le :Mesurier,'^' CB. Maj. 2 Nov. 55; \ 

I.e. JO July 58 \ 

Falkland Carey 

Henry Heberden"'^ 

Trevor Charles Molonij 

Andrew Noble 

Henry Lowther Balfour 

George Kepple Tavlor 

Richard Oldfield,!j(Z; 

Herbert Mark Gar. Purvis 

3. W. H. Goodenough,'*' Maj. -.'o July :,% 

. Albert Henry Wilmot Williams'^" 

Wm. Smyth Mayuard Wolfe'" 

Charles Fred. Cockburn'"* 

Henry Hamilton Conolly'*' 

Walter Chidiock Nanglc'^" 

Henry Strover"*" 

Cami>beli Hardy 

Lewis Frederick Hall 

Fred. Cockburn Griffin '^^ 

J(dm Henry Peile 

John Kelly 

John Stirling Stirling , 

.Fredk.Tlios.W'Linyates'" 

William Noel Waller'»' 

E.T.WilloughbyPurcell" 

. Alorcd C. Johnson,'^ .Maj. 2C Apr. .19 

Cecil Brooke LeMesurier 

Henry Sheridan Elliot 

Henry Plantagenet Prescott Phelips,'" Adj. 

Augustus Wm. Johnson'^^t 

John Andrew Price"* 

•Augfustus Henry King'** 



2nd LIEUT., IST LIEUT. CAPTAIM. 



18 Doc. 4 7 30 June 48 | 1 Apr. 65 



65 



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4 Oct. 
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1 Nov. 

5 Dec. 
22 Dec. 
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2 July 
•24 July 
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25 Sept. 

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17 Jan. 
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28 Sept. 55 

10 Oct. 
18 Oct. 
27 Oct. 
2 Nov. 55 

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169 



Royal Artillery, 



Second Captains. 

Robert James Cairnes, Adj 

Richard Roynon Jones^"" 

John Wheler Collimrton, Adj 

John Henry Brown'^"' 

.Walter Aston Fox Strangways-"- 

Thomas Artliur .John Harrison 

John Donald George Higgon 

Geo. Sisson Harward^"^ 

James Meredith Collingwood Vibart, Adj. 
. William Booth^oi 

William Lambert Yonge, Dep. Assist. Adj. Genera I 

Charles Booth Brackenbury"-'''* 

. Edwin Markham'^'^t 

Henry Richard Porter 

Edmund Penrose Bingham Turner 

Frederick Nurse Cromartie 

Leonard Sumner Joyce 

.Ralph Gore-" 

V(SL C. C. Teesdale,^"^ CB. s. Mnj. 15 Jan. 58 1 

James Lyons '^^ 

Charles Edward Torriano^"^ 

John Tatton Butler Brown^"'' 

Charles James Tyler^"* 

George Joseph Smart^" 

Alex. Walter Armstrong Ogilvie''"^ 

. Robert Henry Newboll^^'^t • 

Thomas Mahon 

Charles Edward Stirling ^o^ 

William Carey, Adj 

Thomas Bland Strange^'" 

J.Francis Lyon^" 

Markham Le Fer Taylor,'"^ 

Edward Keate,-^^^ Adj 

Thomas Wright Blakiston '-"^ 

Arthur Lister Kaye '■''^ 

Jones Julian Smith ^'^ 

Eardley Maitland^'* 

Maurice Edward Covey Stocker 

John Lardner Clarke -'* 

Henry Thornhill^'^ 

Arthur Thornton Gratwicke Pearse/-"^ Adj. 

Thomas Priaulx Carey 

William Francis Walker 

Geoffrey Joseph Shakerley ^'^ 

Henry James Alderson ^" 

Alexander Hadden Hutchinson 

Fred. George Ravenhill,^'* s 

Thomas Heiiry Piff''^ 

Frederic Lee Hopkinson Lyon^'^ 

Charles Lennox Tredcroft ^° 

George William Holmes 

John Edward Ruck-Keenc"" 

Henry Archdall Doyne'''^' 

John Theophilus Daubuz ^^^ 

Robert Hodson 

Ernest Courtenay Vaughan,^^' Adj 

Frederick Sidney Maude 

Francis Towry Adeane Law °^' 

Major Francis Downcs, °'" Adj 

Francis Henry William Nisbett^^' 

Falkland George Edgeworth Warren,^" s . 

Henrv Clement Swinnerton Dycr'''^^ 

Thom'as Lloyd Still ^^^ 

Joseph nein\\e]\;^'"Adj 

Joshua Frederick Betty 

John Kelly Holdsworth ^ 

Maurice Henry Fitzmaiirice^'-" Adj 

Wilbraham Digby Milman^'s 

Henry Richmond Martin . . , 

William Alexander Patrick Wyllie 

Charles Gray Johnson ''^ 



2NDLIEXJT. 1st LIEUT. CAPTAIN. 



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July 

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July 
14 July 
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20 Aug. 

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29 Auff. 
25 Sep't. 
10 Oct. 
12 Nov. 

17 Nov. 67 
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do 
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22 Dec. 



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Mar. 
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May 
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June 
June 
July 
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Sept. 
Sept. 
Oct. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Jan. 54 
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do 

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21 Feb. 58 

22 Feb. 58 
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|28 April 58 
I 5 May 
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16 Mar. 60 
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Royal Artillery, 



170 



Full 
Pay. 



Second Captains. | -2ndlieut,1st l.eut . 

d Henry Cardew *-' I 8 April 53 7 Mar. 54 

I 8 Horace I'ercivnl^^ '•2-2Junc 53 1 2 March 

I d Henry Thomas Arhiitlinot'^" 1 do 

I 3 Ilohirt Uiddulph,"' .« ! do 

6 Williuin Stirliiic: "' j do 

15 I'etcr Edward Ilill"^ i do 

i) Cliampaijiie L'Kstraiige-"^ | do -.'0 June 54 



IG Mav 
30 May 

do 
17 June 
•-'0 June 

do 



1 Arthur Kennedy Hideout*-'-' 21 Dec. 53 

4 Wilhain Henry Watson "^o I do , do 

15 Edward Cidchestir Holton do do 

8 Oliver Henry Atkins Nicolls,'-'-^ s do do 

7 James Barton, Adj do do 

15 Charles James Hope Jolinstone do do 

9 Benjamin Geale 11 uiiifrey*' do '28 June 54 

9 Charles Watson Wilson do 1 July 

11 Le^'li Delves Broushton--'" do (i July 

15 Georiie Alliert Augustus Walker*" do 14 July 

7 Francis Walter de VVinton,-"^ 11 April 54 17 July 

15 Augustus Henry Carr Hamilton'* do 19 July 

15 Edmund Charles Cutiibcrt'^* do 3 Aug. 

5 Pilkiugton Jackson do 4 Aug. 

1 Brymer Francis Schreiber,"^ /!<//' do 13 Sept. 

10 Michael Tweedie,-'* A,ij do -21 Sept. 54 

13 Roliert Loftus Tottenliam »^ do do 

5 Riciiard O'Hara do do 

d Hugii ("lictliain Lvle'-'^-' do do 

d Lvoiutrd Griffith's-'" do I do 

13 Win. Raymond Llucllyn , do |-28 Sej)!. 54 

5 Henry Jolm Foquett Ellis Hickes-^' ; do | 4 Oct. 

8 Fred. George Baylay, AdjiiUint 14 Au?. 34, -23 Oct. 54 

2 Noel Hamivn Harris-"' do '24 001. 54 

3 Oswald Can-'* do i29 Oct. | 

2 Henry Whitbv Briscoe'^"' do 6 No 



4 Wm. George Martin"^ 14 Aug. 54j 6 Nov. 

G Philip Hen. Sandilands do 

3 William James Hall"' I do 

LifiUTEXANTS. 

.B.Morton Parker Eden 14 Aug. 



G.c.Chas. Dalrymplc Gilmour* 



do 

H.B.Edward John Ward*^' do 

H.B.Alex. Dickson Burnahv'^*'' do 

13 Wihnot B. Edw. Ellis' do 

5 Charles George Luard do 

5 Henry A. D, de Visraes^-"^ do 

d Vivian Dering Mnjendie'^'^ \ do 

G.C. Jas. Edward Blackwell |23 Oct. 54 

13 5ir John Wm. Campbell, Bt.^^ 

U.B.iEmelius de Vic Tupper-- 

H.B.Jolm Cha. Fra. Ramsdcn*** ! 

H.B.Francis Artliur Wliinyates'"* i 

H.B.Frederick Coulthurst Elton'"* i 

I 14 Charles Richard I'rankleu*''- | 

5 Clennell Coilingwood 

1 1 Frederick Augustus Aniey " 

4 Lewis Paxton Walsh'^^f 

2 William Rookc-^' 

d Sidney Augustus Bazalgette'^" 

15 Cliarlcs D. Bevan '^* , 

11 William Henry Newcome 

G John Robert King 

11. B.Charles Ordc Browne^'-* 

15 Thomas Cumiug 

H.B.Charles E. Southouse Scott^'^ 

12 Ilcnrv Dowdeswell Pitt, s |28 Feb. 

13 Hale Young Wortham"" do 

2 Henry Barlow Maule^" | do 

4 Charles Wilis Walrond I do 

2 Wm. James Smith-Xeill"» I do 

14 Henry Lc Guay Gcory-"'^ I do 



54 

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8 June 60 
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21 July 60 
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54 



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27 Dec. 

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26 Jan. 

I 7 Feb. 

54 do 

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25 Feb. 

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6 Mar. 

8 Mar. 

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171 



Royal Artillery, 



Lieutenants. 
d Walter Brook Rice**" 

6 George Ucliter Knox 

4 VYilliam Norton Persse , 

15 Osborne Hall Goodenough 

2 James Hamilton Pringle Anderson^^' 
d Joseph N.Portlock Dadson 

G.c.Hy. Cliamberlayne FarrelP^* , 

3 Edward M'Laughlin 

13 Charles Fyshe Roberts^'^ 

4 Arthur Stewart Hunter-^^ , 

11 G. R. Thaekery Stevenson , 

G.C.George Adam Crawford , 

2 Townsend Aremberg de Moleyns^^^ . . 

3 John Booth Richardson^^ , 

2 William Henry Wardeips , 

H.B. Frederick John George HilP^^ 

8 William Henry Izod , 

12 Robert Charles Walter Campbell .. . 

13 James Douglas Strange , 

7 Arthur John Henry Wynne , 

H.B.Turner Van Straubenzee .... i, ... , 
H.B.Henry Webster Shakerley 

2 John Robert Dyce'* 

7 Kenneth Monro 

H.B.Edmund Staveley=" 

14 Wallace Gilmour^^^ 

13 Robert Preston Lewis Welch 

11 Henry Edmeades^" 

H.B.John Macvicar Burn"^^ 

5 Stuart James Nicholson 

H.B. William Smith^^^ 

3 Walter Newman 

13 Edmund John Tremlett 

5 Thomas Auriol Robinson 

13 George Murray Lyon Campbell 

12 George Edwin Maule 

G William Dobree Carey 

G Alexander Grant Miller 

12 Edmund Charles Macnaghten 

H.B. Lawe. Hector Hardress Parsons .... 

3 Ramsay Weston Phipps 

9 James Charles Cavendish 

H.B.Robert Sandham 

5 George Erskine Callander 

H.B.Algernon Augustus Stewart 

R. E. Hon. Robert Villiers Dillon'* 

H.B.Edmund Sidney Burnett"^ 

14 FitzRoy Somerset Talbot 

7 Francis Duncan 

H.B.John Ryder Oliver ^'^s 

14 Edward Egan 

11 James Corry Jones Lowry *"" 

14 James Peattie Morgan^^' 

2 George Grote Hannen'" 

d Philip M'Lourin Guille 

14 Arthur Ford "7 

4 Francis Montague Smith 

9 Francis Arthur Mant 

d Frederick Howlett 

H.B.Richard Handcock^^ 

d Cliarles Mills Molony 

H.B.Gcorge Arbuthnof-^^^ 

G Richard Sadleir 

2 William Ruxton Barlow 

14 Robert Callwell Smith 

H.B.Chas. Stewart Vardon Wilson 

H.B.John de Burgh Rochfort'* 

7 Rowland Burdon Webster 

14 Charles David Chalmers'-^" ...... 

H.B.Samuel Parr Lynes '.!!!!'.'. ii 

1 1 Charles Hart Pickering ^ae *. | [ i [[,".'[ [ 



28 Feb. 56 
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1st LIEUT. 



55 



1 Apr 

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20 Apr. 55 

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31 July 55 

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55 



Royal Artillery. 



172 



Lieutenants. 

1 -2 Bowes Lennox Forstcr, s 

1 4 ,I:iinos Robertson'^^ 

7 J'.chvivrd Augustus Slessor 

It. B.LouisC. Aug. Adrian dcCetto-"** .. 

4 Ili'iiry Anderson 

1 Cliarles Trench 

7 II'Miry Colebrooke Lewes 

ii.it.//oM. Ralph Ilaro 

7 Arthur Sutherland Macartney .... 



LIBUT. 



d Alexander Doull C March 50 



1 Oct. 65 

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12 Robert Einmett Cane'* 

2 Archibald Hamilton Bell ... 

13 George Budd 

12 John Ilaughton 

13 Francis Sadleii'Stoney*** ... 
12 Henry Rogers levers 

1 Thomas Clarke 

4 ^^■iIliam Godeffroy Brancker. 
15 Donald Roderick Cameron.. . 
10 William Henry Noble 

4 Richard Newton Young 

Georfje O'Connor 



10 William Kemmis 7 April 5G 



i Richard Philip Perrv 

6 Edward Taylor Warry 

5 Henry Bond 

2 Henry Geary Hill 

B.E.AVm. Morritt Banieby Walton 
G Richard Pendrill Waddinglon 
d Henry Braekenbury,'-^ .4f//. .. 
5 Charles Alfred Gorham 

I William Henry Oraliam ' 

5 Alexander William Duncan \ 

9 George Fred. Stanley Chambers. . ..I 

11 B. William Southwell Curzon } 

5 Samuel Duiilop 

12 Edward Lyons 

d \\ illiam Michael ToUner 

ji. B.George Bertie Benjamin Hobart 

14 II.nrrj-.A.dairTraccy'" 

12 William Strahan 

8 Alexander -Macdonell Bonar .. . 

9 Henry John Francis Shea 

15 Horace Hervcy Webber 

10 Wentworth Hy. King-Harman. 

Thomas Strong Scccombe 

Robert David Dewar Hay 

n.n.Joseph Chas. Smvth-AVindbam 

G William Bruce Raikis Hall . . . 

8 William Thomas Budgen 

5 Edward Broadrick 

d Edward Hovell Thurlow 

1 4 Hon. Alexander Stewart 

G William Walpolc Murdoch ... 

8 Francis Hume Doduson 

14 Edward DelavalTarleton'" ... 

d Henry Pountney Darwall 

d Edward Rodcn Cottingham'*' . 

II George Russell Salmon 

9 Joscjih Thomas Barrin^ton . . . 
11 John Claudius Auchinleck'*'. . . 

4 George Shepjjard Harvey 

9 Samuel Cotter K>le"' 

8 William Stopford Maunsell . . , 
11 Heib<nt Leonard Mitchell ..... 

G Edward Vicars Boyle 18 Oct. 

7 Henry .Martin Boiton do 

15 Edwin William Samly? 
15 John Minton Maunsell 



Lieutenants. 

6 Michael John Sexton 

15 William Scott 

12 Hugh Latimer Ellaby I 

8 Vincent Frederick Tufncll 'i 

'.) Richard Butler Stoney 

8 John Henry Blackley 

8 Robert Carstairs Drysdalo .... 
G Henry Williams Dicken 

14 Milliam Sampson Brown-*^ .... 

9 Henry John Palliser 

7 Benjamin John Bonnor 

8 Charles Thornhill 

14 Charles Eversfield Bcthune'^" .. 

14 Joseph Egerton Cockburn .... 

8 Sidney Parry 

9 William Rice Bowen 

G Arthur Harness 

3 Eugene Hay Cameron'* 

8 Henry de Stutcville Isaacson . . 

4 Henry Cole ^lageuis 

4 Edward James Walker 

G Edward Ommanney Hollist .... 
G Frederick Swaine LeGrice .... 

4 Henry Jlontague Hoziev 

5 Thomas Bramston Hamilton . . 
12 Arthur Hamilton Gorges • 

15 Thomas Charles Price 

3 Wm. Fras. Moore Hutchinson., 

8 Albert Thornton Wodehouse ... 
5 Clinton Heywood Sabine Paslev 

5 John Pliilip Nolan .", 

10 Osmond Francis Le JIott<!e ... 

9 Heniy Wedderburn Isacke ... 
9 Patrick Fitzgerald Gallwey . . . 

6 Buddie Atkinson 

7 Charles Henry Fairrax Ellis.. . 
7 John Fletcher Owen 

do I G John Egerton Gubbins 

do I 6 Alexander Ramsay Cruikshank, 

do 8 John Heatlifield Stratton 

do I 5 Walter George Stirling 

do j, 10 James Robert Davies Cooke. . . 

do li 10 Edward Smith Gordon 

21 June 56 12 Francis Thomas Lloyd 



10 George James Gillies 

i G George Cumine Strahan, *• 

G Henry St.John Vaughan Le } 

j Marchant Thomas ^ • • • • 

ji 9 Granville Dccdes 

1 1 d George Conrad Sartorius 

'] 4 Henry Francis Phillpotts 

3 Henry Miles Burgess 

8 Darell Robert Jago 

I 2 Archibald Wm. Montgomeric. . .. 
5G jj 5 Thomas Challoner Martelli 

I 8 John Chas. D'Urban Murray . . • • 
13 Arthur John Rait 

4 Henry Manvers Mooi-som 

|i 15 George John Burgmann 

II 7 Charles Edw. Hood Symons . . . . 
4 Henry Gratwicke Hasler 

1 13 Herbert Lionel Gwyn 

Il 8 Charles Edward Elwyn 

jl 12 Henry Maxwell Robertson 

i 2 Ernest St. George Cobbold 

50 ( 7 Wm. Andrew M'l'herson Gordon 

^ 8 William Artliur Roberts 

Dec. 5G ,[ 10 Duncan Norton Taylor 

do ' 14 Francis Beresford 



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13 George Lloyd Engstrijm 
8 Conwav Richard Reeves 



d Thomas Mayiiard Hazlerigg 
5 Julian Frederick Sandemaa 



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Royal Artillery. 



Lieutenants. 



LIEUT. 



23 



Vincent Wells 

Robert Power Saimders^^ 

William Trelawiiy Scott 

Robt. Smythe Miiir Mackenzie. . 

Flemyng George Gyll 

Seymour Hood Toogood 

Evelyn Baring 

Henry Norris Jones 

Henry Bond 

Arthur Fred. Pickard 

Thomas Burnett 

Samuel Holworthy Desborough.. 

Lionel Gye 

diaries Henry Hamilton 

Ashton John Shuttle .vorth 

Albert Lake Collins Sinithett 

John Robert Jennings Bramly.. 
Arch. Wm. Fred. Campbell .... 

Lionel Herbert Noyes 

Geo. Walter Chas. Rothe 

Basil fie Beauvoir Tupper 

Henry Hills Goodeve 

George Best 

Clement Walford Bellairs 

Adrian de Montmorency Prior . . 

Joseph Sladen 

Samuel Pasfield Oliver 

Charles Smith Harvey 

Robert Henderson Robertson. . . . 

Arthur John Cullen 

Joseph Thos. Maher Loughnan . . 

Orlebav Frederic Layton 

Cliarles Frerlerick Di.\-on 

William Macaulay Glasgow .... 

Charles Crosthwaite 

Anthony Oliver Molesworth .... 

Harry Dacres Evans 

James Murray Mun-ay 

Norman Spencer Perceval 

Walter John Tatham 

Henry Fra. Peterkin Lewis 

James Mainwaring Douglas .... 

Fra. Laurence Gore Little 

John Randal Wilmer 

Dudley Maryon Wilson 

Robert Henry Grant 

Hugh Allen Mackey 

Percy Charles Whalley 

Trevor Bruce Tyler 

Dudley North Allan 

Henry Metcalfe 

Edwin Marshall 

Chas. Edmund Baker Leacock.. 

Henry Gordon Palmer 

Marcus Fra. Hen. M'Causland . . 

Thomas Jesson 

Simon Simpson 

Christopher Wm. Townsend 

Francis Foster Barham 

George Augustus Noyes 

Henry St. John Cole Bowen .... 

Edmund Hill Wickham j 

Robert Joseph Pratt Saunders . . I 

Vincent Wing ! 

Seymour de Lacy Lacy ' 

Morton Lawrence Porter '22 

Frederick Schuck 

Henry Llewelyn Williams j 

William Reynolds Stirke 

Pringlc David Barclay j 



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Lieutenants. 


LIEUT. 


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do 
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15 Richard Tracev Millett 


1 James Lancaster Bell 


do 


] Henry Edward Baines 


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1 Henry Tho. Thompson Sandes . . 


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1 1 James Robert Yule 


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4 Robert Townsend Farquhar . . . . 


8 John Younger 


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3 Charles John Deshon 


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1 Francis Cha. Hughes Hailett. ... 


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6 William Francis Nelson 


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2 Hugh Fife Ashley Brodie 


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6 Edward Clayfield-Ireland 


do 


1 Richard William Chute 


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11 Geo. Mackenzie Bent Hornsby.. 


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7 Charles Jones 


19 June 60 


1 Alexander Burton Brown 


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1 Henry Andrews Barker 


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11 Henry William Lovett Hime.... 


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1 Chas.DomettEgertonParks-Smith 


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8 Banks Robiuson Greig ........ 


1 1 James Walker Bernard 


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10 John Becher Ormsby 


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9 Frederick Augustus Hand 


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13 Rowl md Walkey 


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9 Hardinge William Browne 


4 Albert Edward England 


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2 William Augustus Cook 


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3 Edmund Hunt Holley 


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9 Ferdinand Henry Wheeler Milner 


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13 Edward Albert FitzRoy 


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6 William Gorges Mulloy 


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3 Richard Jackson Ht-zlet 


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10 George Arthur French 


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13 Robert Dundas Eliott Lockhart 


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13 Thomas Wood 


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4 Thomas Martvn Hitchins 


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10 Frank Galloway 


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2 James Fergusson Jenkin 


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1 1 Thomas Mickhm Cruttwell 


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2 Maitland Moore Lane 


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11 Francis Carminowe Nicolas 


9 Price Frederic Blackwood . . 


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9 John Archibal.l Campbell 


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5 William Henry Wright 


1 Nov. GO 




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1 Charles Kirk wood 




3 John Edward Toller 


10 Henry Knollys 


1 William Alexander Day 


3 Spencer Gardiner 


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6 Henry Robert Y'ates Browne .. 


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1 Edward George Boughton Gattey 


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12 John Tyndale Greenfield 


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3 Charles William Thomson 


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15 Frederick William Nind 


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15 Frederick William Carey 


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6 Francis Harry Emilias Day .... 


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10 William Henry Moore Duthie .. 


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15 Price Lewes 




3 Allan Henry Maclean 


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C Gerald Charles Hall Parlby .... 


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7 Allan Bedford Davies 


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3 Edward Woollcombe 


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Not/ a I 

Deputy Adjutant General. 
Colonel C\\\ir\ci U ivjliaiii, 1 Ai)ril 58. 

Assistant Adjutant (iiiural. 

Colonel E. Wodcliouse, CB. 1 Oct. 67. 

Deputy Ansixtant Ailjutant General. 

2nd Capt W. L. Yow^e, 17 July 58. 

Inspector General. 

\)Ji\ Major General John Bloomlield. 

Aide de Camp. VC Major Teesdalf, Cli. 

Adjutants. 

6 2nd Capt. Rich. Ol.lHeld. 18 Dec. 55. 
ii.Ti.'ind Capt. L. H. Diiiiie, "28 July 50. 
1-t '2nd dipt. A. H. Murray, 21 July 57. 

5 -2nd Capt. J. \V. Collington. 10 Oct. 57. 

10 2«(/ Capt. U. J. C'airncs, 14 Jan. iJS. 
n 'ind Capt. W. Carey, 17 May 59. 

J;) iud Capt. J. M. C. Vibart, 'l7 June 59. 

12 ind Capt. M. F. Downcs, 15 Jan. (JO. 

3 2nd Capt. E. Keate, 21 Jan. GO. 

11 '2nd Capt. M. II. 1-itzmaurice, 1 Apr. GO. 
15 '2nd Capt. K. C. Vaughan, 1 Apr. GO. 

d '2nd Capt. J. llauwi 11, 1 Apr. GO. 
d Lieut. II. Brackenbury, 1 Apr. GO. 

7 '2nd Capt. James Barton, 17 .\.\)u\ GO. 

2 <2nd Capt. H. P. P. Phelips 2.' June GO. 

8 '2nd Capt. V. G. Bavlay, 21 July GO. 

4 '2nd Capt. A. T. G. Pcarse, 2G Sept. CO. 

1 2/jd Capt. B. F. Sclaeiber, 27 Nov. GO. 

Chief Paymaster. 
William Marvin, 2-i Feb. 58; Q.M. 10 Sept. 44; 
Honorary rank of Major, 1 April 58. 
I-'ay masters, 
d John Sariient, 1 Sept. 58; Lt. 12 July oij. 
fl.B. Edwanl Gibbs, 1 Sept. .58. 

2 Heury William Vyncr, 24 May 59. 

8 Heury Geor<;e Augustus Powell, 23 Feb. 55; 

Ens. 23 Jan. 46 ; Lt. 27 July 49. 

3 Augustus Staveley Murray. 17 June 59. 

5 William Archibald Kidd"/ 10 June 53; Ens. 

P 20 Nov. 4G; Lt. I' 22 Dec. 48; Hon. Capi. 
1 Jan. GO. 
C James .Seott,"* 24 June 59; Ens. 5 Xov. 54; 
Lt. 2 Mar. 55. 

10 jyan Bavlis Thompson, 21 June 59, 
1 vTm. Fieri Brisley, 8 July 59. 

4 Thomas Ricl.ardson Griffiihs, 8 July 59. 

14 David Aikman Patter.<on, 28 July 59 ; Ens. p A 

Apr. 45 ; Lt. 29 July 47 ; Capt. 16 Oct. 57. 

11 Henry Lewi* de la Cliaumetie, 8 Aug:. 59. 

3 Thomas Hanson Rutcliff, 3 Sept. 47; Ens. 
3 Apr. 40; i,^. P IG Aug. 42; Hon. Major 
10 Jan. Go. 

15 Donald Stewart, 24 April GO ; late Brevet Lieut. 

Colonel I'natr. 
d Claudius Buchanan Piers, 2G April 60. 

9 James Graham, 8 Sept. 60. 

Quarter Masters. 
1 John Cags, 1 .April 52. 

13 Wm. Reuben Kirkman, 17 Feb. 54. 

d Thomas Ilendlev {Commissary of Stores), 

1 Julv .04. 
3 James Black, 27 Oct. 54. 
G William Stewart, 27 Mar. 55. 

14 William Iloge, 1 Apr. 55. 

10 John MeDonahl Hains, 21 April 5G. 
d Charles Wliarry {Superintendent of Scliools), 

G May 5G. 
d Geoi-ge Grant {Com. of Clothing), 8 May 50 ; 
Hon. rank of Capt. May 59. 



■irtiliery. 174 

12 Richard Keatlnp, 1 Scj)! 50. 
d ll.iiry Peiison, 11 Oct. 56. 
9 William Arnistroni,', 1 April 57. 
5 William Cairns, 1 April 57. 

7 John Jlorris, 1 April 57. 

4 John Williams, 1 April 57. 

d John Cochran {Commissary of Stores), 16 

Ai)ril 57. 
d George William Taylor {Inspector of Clothing), 
15 Jan. 58. 
H.B.George Marvin {Commissary of Stores), 1 
Oct. 58. 
11 William Lloyd, 1 Nov.. 08. 
2 Jain.s Murphy, 13 May 59. 
o.c. Georsie Alex. Sheplurd, 4 Nov. 59. 
d Henry Dehenna, 1 April GO. 
d David llotje, 1 April (iO. 

8 James Hamilton, 12 Ajiril CO. 
15 Samuel Blair, 14 April GO. 

Veterinary Surtjcons. 

John S. Stoeklev,'''''"l8 Aug. 49. 

Hicks Withers,-"' G March 54. 

Francis Cottcrell,"'* 24 June 54. 

Wm. Barrv Lord, 1 Oct. 54. 

Gabriel Isles Rollings.-'^ 1 Feb. 55. 

Thomas John Williamson, 5 Mar. 55. 

Chiistoiiher Sanderson,'*"' 22 May 55. 

Edwin Harrison, 28 June 55. 

Daniel Hini:e, 1 July 55. 

Frederick Home Rush Spratt, 10 Sept. 55. 

John Bunu Wm. Skoulding,'" 9 r\'ov. 55. 

Edward Kelly, 26 Feb. bO. 

John Bolton Hall, 26 Feb. 56. 

Geor^^e Longman, 20 Aug. 55. 

John Tatam, 2.5 Aug. 57. 

John Baldock, 25 Aug. 57. 

William Doriofield, 28 Dec. 55. 

James Lambert, 12 Oct. 57. 

William Partridge,2'» 6 July 55. 

James Woodyer Callow, 14 Dec. 57. 

Edwin Thomas Cheesmau, 16 July 58. 

John Mills,8 July 59. 

Henry Dunsford, 8 July 59. 

Grcatrex Naden. 23 Aug. 59. 

GnfHih Evans. 31 Jan. CO. 

James Joseph Meyrick, 31 Jan. CO. 

John Anderson, 31 Jan. GO. 

Company of Gentlemen Cadets. 
Governor. — Col. E N. W illbrd. 
Capt. Com. — E. A. Williams, 1 Nov. 48. 
■2>id Capt.—Bt. Major Fiizhugh, 6 June 50. 
Lieuts.—C. D. Gilmnur, 28 Nov. 54. 
J. E. Blackwell, 13 D. c. 54. 
H. C. Farrell, 1 Apr. 55. 
G. A. Craw lord, 1 Apr. 55. 
Qr. Mast.— Geo. Alex. Shepherd, 4 Nov. fi9. 

Riding Establishment. 
Superintending : Captain Charles Stuart Ilenrj 

{Lt.Col), 2 Nov. 55. 

Hiding Masters. 
Lieut. William Boylin, 2 June .54. 
Lieut. Thomas Bishop, 9 May 65. 
Linit.Jame» Everert, 1 Aug. 56. 
William Norton, '■'"' 23 .March 58. 
William Donald, 1 Apr. 59. 
John Barnett, 27 .A.ug. 59. 
George i)ann,27 .Vug. 59. 
Rieh-wl Stoyell, 22 JuiiC CO. 
George lludeock, 22 Juno CO. 



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Pay. Pay. 



175 



Royal Artillery. 



Surgeons Major. 

d James Somerville Litle' 

d George Thomas Ferris^ 

d Melborne Broke Gallwey . . . . 

rf John Bent^ •••• 

10 Wm. Henry Mackintosh, MD. 
Surgeons. 

d Henry Briscoe, MD 

H.B. James Macmillan Scott Fogo' 
12 Edward Scliaw Prolheroe* 

7 Edward Gilborne^ 



ASSIST. 
SURGEON. 

























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7 





5 





5 






6 William Perry? 

14 Hugh Crawford Walshe,8 MD.. 

5 Stanhope Hunter Fasson,^ MD.. 

1 Matthew Combe,'" MD 

4 John Duff, MD 

.3 Thomas Park'» 

2 Howell Walters Voss 

9 Arthur Rudge 

8 Rich. Francis Valpy De Lisle'^ 
d John Rings Miller Lewis'-fMD. 

11 Thomas Rhvs 

d Ethelbert Henry Blake,»3 MD. 

£Z Thomas Guy, MD 

d William Pearson Ward '* . . . . 
d Alex. Scott Fogo,'3 MD 

13 George Fred. Bone, MD 

Assistant Surgeons. 
H.B. Jos.C.HornsbyWright.'^tMD. 
H.B. John .ilex. M'Munn," MD. . 

14 Joseph Barker'^ 

H.B. Henry Clifford 

14 William HaMghton,'8MB 

d Wm. George Nicholas Manley 

12 Sampson Roch 

H.B. Randolph Webb^s 

1 1 Jolm Henry Hearn ^'- 

H.B. Thomas Tarrant^' 

G Edwin James Hopwood 

1 4 George Sharp 

11 Samuel Handy Halahan, MD. 

13 Robert Augustus Chap|ile'^ .. 

1 1 Thomas Jerram Orton-'* 

H.B. Ja<. BaltburCockburnj'^tMD. 

12 Albert Hawkins-" 

H.B. William Beale Wall's 

11 William Yoiinge Jeeves^' .... 

12 Josepli Fletcher Lougheed''^ .. 

14 Andrew Robertson Smitlr^.... 
11 Jolm \Ahittle Rimmer 

13 RichardUniaLke Cashman,MD, 
8 Henry Richard Lobb Veale^" .. 

13 James Horridge Finnemore .. 

6 Jeffery Allen Mav>ton, MD. .. 

5 Ste])h'n Hemy Dickerson .... 

13 Air. Joseph Lurnby Hepworth 

5 \Villiam Fktcher^^ 

d Francis Hyde Forshall 

H.B. Robert Lewer,-* MD 

1 1 Henry Foljambe Paterson . . . . 
11 Robert David Burn, MD 

7 Melville George Jones 

H.B. John Wood 

1 4 Joseph Marmaduke Taylor. . . . 
14 Decim.Filiusde no(k'Son,MD. 
14 George Davidson Milne,'" MD. 

13 R(,heri Walter Clilton 

M William Tanner 

1(1 John Sar.-field Comyn 

13 Alexander Dudgeon" Gulland" 

3 Eugene Francis O'Leary 

d Samuel Pratt Woodl'uU 



2 Nov. 36 

26 Sept. 37 
18 June 38 
11 Sept. 38 

22 May 40 

27 May 42 
.5 Mar. 44 

18 April 46 
1 May 4.5 

23 Oct. 49 

6 May 43 
1 July 46 

20 July 46 

3 Auq:. 49 
^ I April 50 

3 Jan. 51 
1 Apr. 50 

27 Aug. 41 

I 11 Feb. 48 
I 3 June 48 
, 16 Nov. 41 
I 28 Jan. 42 

14 June 47 

7 Oct. 51 
9 Dec. 45 

1 Jan. 53 
13 Oct. 53 

15 Julv 54 

do 

28 April 54 



SURGEON. 



23 Oct. 49 
1 Apr. 50 
3 Jan. 51 
8 Nov. 52 

1 April 64 

13 April 55 
13 April 65 
16 Mar. 55 

5 Nov. 55 

20 July 55 
8 Dec. 54 

23 JMar. 55 

24 April 56 
8 Jan. 56 

21 Dec. 55 
26 Jan. 58 

2 Oct. 57 

6 Nov. 52 

7 Dec. 55 

20 July 55 
7 Jan. 53 
1 July 53 

26 June 56 
31 Dec. 58 

21 Oct. 53 



20 Feb. 

14 Dec. 54 

15 Dec. 54 
13 Oct. 54 

16 June 54 
29 Jan. 56 
13 April 56 

4 May 56 

28 Apiil 54 

17 Jan. 55 
3 March 54 



surgeon 

MAJOR. 



1 Oct. 58 
do 
do 

21 Dec. 55 

22 May 60 



3 Svu-geon Major 
Bent served in the 
Crimea from 3i tli 
AprU 1855 (Medal 
and Clasp for Se- 
vastopol and Sth 
Class of the Med- 
jidie). 



15 April 

27 May 
7 April 

15 Aii-T. 

21 Feb. 

2 April 

18 May 

14 May 
23 June 
10 Nov. 
23 Dec. 
26 Jan. 

4 May 

3 Oct. 
1 Aug. 

19 Oct. 
19 Oct. 
19 Oct. 
10 Jan. 

15 Sept. 57 

28 Sept. 57 
15 Sept. 57 
28 Sept. 57 

9 Nov. 57 

22 Jan. 58 

23 June 54 
9 Feb. 56 
9 Feb. 56 



6 Surgeon Gilborne served the 
Eastern campaign of 18.54, in- 
cluding the affairs of IJuIganae 
and M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of 
Alma and Balaklava, capture of 
Balaklava, siege of Sebastopol, 
and repulse of the sortie on the 
26ih Oct. 1854 (Medal and Clasps, 
and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

9 Doctor Fasson served in the 
Kaffir war of 1847; and through- 
out ihat of 1851-52 (Medal), and 
was present at the engagement 
with the Basuto tribes at the 
Berea aoth Dec. 1852. Served the 
Eastern campaign of 1854-55, in- 
eluding the affairs of Bulganac 
and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma, 
Balaklava, and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, 
siege and fall ol Sebastopol, and repulse of the 
soriie on the 26tli Oct. 1854 (Medal and Clasps, 
and Knight of the Legion of H.mor). 

10 Doctor Combe served the Eastern campaign 
of 1854-55, including the batiles of Alma, Bala- 
klava, and Inkerman, the siege of Sebastopol, 
and repulse of the sortie on 26th Oct. 1854 
(Medal and four Clasps, and 5ih Class of the 
Me-iji,l,e). 

11 Surgeon Park served in the Easlfrn cam- 
paign of lS.'i4-55, including the battle of Inker- 
rnan, siege ol Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie 
on the 2iith October 1854 (Medal and Clasps, and 
Kniglit of the Legion of Honor). 

12 Surgeon De Lisle served with the 4th Regt. 
throuiihout the Hastern campaign of 1854-55, 
incluiimg the battles of Alma and Iiikei^an, 
siege and fall of sebastopol (Med^l and three 
Clasps, and Knight of the Legion of H..nor). 

12t Doctor Lewis served -nith the Kifle Brigade 
in the expidition against the insurgent Boers, north 
of the Orange River, and was present at the action 
of Boeni Plaats on 29th August 1848. 

1.1 D'-. (lake served uith the 98ih Regt. in 
China (Medal), and was present ai the sto m and 
c pture 01 Chinkiangtoo. ^erved the Eastern 
campaign of 1854-5. (iMedal and Clasps), in- 
cluding thebalths of Alma and Inkerm.-in the 
sie-e <if .-eiiastopol, and repulse of the sortie on 
•.i'th Oct. i8.i4. 

14 Surseon Ward served the Eastern cam- 
pnitMi of lf.'.4-55, including the iiffair of Mac- 
kenzie's Fnrm, batiles o\ Alma, B^dakliva. and 
Inkerman, siege of Kebastopol, rejiuls- of 
the soriie ■ n 2Kth Oci. \bhA, nx\A assault on the 
Kedau on the ath Sept.; also pieseni at the 
bornbaidment and surr. nderof Kinbourn f Medal 
and Ch.sps. ami Kidghtof the Legion of Honor). 

l.") Doctor Alex. s. Fogo serveil the Easiern 
campaign of 1854-55. including the biittles of 
Alma and Bala'. lava, and" siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Chisps,and .Mh Class of the Medjidie). 

IC Assist. Surgeon Barker served in India in 
1858, and was pi'eseut at the sie^e and capture of 
Liicknow, and actions of Su-see and Kawabgunge 
(M.dal :ind Clasp). 

16+ Doctor Wright served the Eastern campaign 
of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Bala- 
klava. an. I I. kirman (Medal and four Clasps). 

17 Doctor M'.Munn served in the Easiern cam- 
paign of 18.54-65. including the siege of Scbas- 
topnl (Medal and Clasp). 

l*t Doctor Co' kbnrn served in the Eastern 
campaign of 1854-55. including the expedition 
to Keitch and Yenikale, and siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal and Clasps). 



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Serv. 


F.u. 




Pay 


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3 





3 





3 





3 





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2 





2 





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2 





2 





7 






Royal Artillery. 



176 



Assistant Suuoeons, 



Assist. 
Suimivox. 



30 As^ist.Sllr)!l•(.n Vtiilc scrvcil in liiU a and was 
scviiclv Moundi'il at llie relief of Luckiiuw by Loid 
Clyd (Mi-.liUniiaCla8|.). 

;>1 A9sist>m-;;i- M Miinc served in Iiiilin in 1857-58 
and was prisi iit at the anions ol Si.rmn ami 'I'lroul 
(mmnd.d) capiure of 'luMilln c and lort of Ueliuign, 
alia k and iiipiurc of Timul (Medal). 

33 Assist. Surgeon Steuart served in the Crimea 
during ilic wintc. of 1851-55, and has the Medal with 



ID MuirliSH 
•->-2 Api-.l M 
10 Marcli58 
G May 6s 
•J2 Sept. 58 i Clasi^for Scbastopol 
8 Dec. 67 ! -^^ Assi?t suiueon Pollard served throughout the 
cj> I Rastern campaiifii of lf.')l-.')5 with ihe iJ.inl High- 
^° i landers, ln< lading the nffair of HulgainiC, buitles of 
''^j Alma and Halakluva. capture of li.iluklava, expedi- 
tion t J Kertch and Vmlkale, siege and fall of 
Sebastni'Ol, and attacks ol the l^tli June and Hth 
September (Medal and ihret- Clasps, Turkish MeHol, 
iind .')th Cls-< of ihe RIedjidc). Served In the 
Indian campaign of li-.')7-.'iH (his Ueg'. being Bt home), 
iniliiiling t'.e sieg" and capture of Lncknovv, opeia- 
ti 'MS in Shahabad, action ai Sukri-ta, cuptur'- of 
Jugilespore, and subsequent operations in Oude; 
and in medical charge of a column in Central India 
under Brigadier .Slioivers In I»5-< (Medal and Clasp). 
.1.1 Assist. Surgeon licarn landed in the Crimea btU 
Nov. I8.i) ; served with the right siege train from -Ith 
Dec. to ;<lst J'.ily and "as pres-ni in the tr. nches 
during all the bnmb.irdmenis of Ihut period ; served 
»ith the left sitge train duriii<; the bomt)ardment 
commencing l/"th Aug. Iaj5 (Medal and C'lu»p, ond 
Turkish Meda!}. 



1 Nov. 


68 


.'6 May 


68 


5 Aug. 


58 


11 Sept. 


68 


1 Nov. 


6S 


16 Nov. 


58 


1 Dec. 


68 


1 Dec. 


58 


\-2 Jan. 


59 


1-i June 


58 


1 l\b. 


60 


13 Oct. 


58 


.>:5 Dee. 


64 


1 Jan. 


69 


2 Jan. 


59 


1 Sept. 


58 


11 Au','. 


54 


13 Oct. 


68 


7 April 


54 


16 Si'pt. 


67 


18 Feb. 


58 


12 Jan. 


59 


'JO April 


59 


■20 April 


59 



9 Edwanl Ilnrdingc 

10 J.iinc!« Jolinson il'Alteia • 
8 Geor-e Kalpli Tnte, M U. 
4 Albert Siaiiley Knight Prescoit 

8 John Ui.biiison 

H.n.Jn.Tiehanc May Svin(.n.'i,MD 

1 John Mont-on.ory riddis.Mli., 

9 Joseph Bonrke 

8 J-iaiicis Roberts Hogg, MD.... 

1 Williatii Craves 

4 William Temple, MB 

4 Henry Harrison 

8 Benjamin Borland, MB 

9 Allied Lewer, MD 

8 Edmund Thomas Palmer .... 
13 A.Wm.l'ultn.yl'inketton.MD., 

4 William Tax lor Morgan, MD. . 

9 Laiiser Carev, -M D 

7 Herbert Cbalmcrs Mile.</-MD. 
7 -Cnarles Wdliaui Griffith .... 
9 George Arthur Grant 

1 1 Kobert Card! ff Creau 

4 William Rainsay Steiiart^'. • . . 
4 Alexander Richmond 

2 William Henry Pollard,3< BA. 
15 George Whitia 

d James Mackay, MD 

G John Jaine-i Colin Rogers .... 

3 Alexander Etiward Bartlet . . 
15 Ribert Storey 

2 John Adsttts 13 June 59 

9 William Dumville Smythe ..jllOct. 59 
11 Alex. Oswald Cowan, MD. ..jllOct. 59 
d George Evans [24 Mar, 54 

1 Surgeon Major Litlc served in the field dnrine the rebellion in Canada of 183S-39. 

8 Snrjicon Miyjr Ferris served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the relief of Lucknow hy Lord Clyde, hatlle of Cawn- 
pore on 6tli Dec, siege and cajjturc of Lucknow (Mi did and C'asp). 

4 Siirseon Fogo st-rvedin the Crimea Irom the April bombardment of 1853 until theflnal evacuation, and was in medical 
charge of the left ^iege tram at tlie lall of Sebastopid (Medal and Clasp). 

5 Surgeon Pruthrroe si-rved in ihe Eastern campaign of 1804-53, including the battle of Inkerman and ciege of Se< 
basl> pill (MeJal and Clasps). 

7 Siii-gi on Perry i-crved in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege of Se- 
basiop..l, and si.rlie on 2 nh Ort. (M.dil and Clasps, Snrdini .n Medal, and 5lh Class ..f the Medjidie). 

8 Doctor Walshe !ier\edin the expedilion against the Insiirgi-nl Boers beyon.l the Orange Kiver, South Africa, in 1846. 
He ilso accompanied Colon. 1 Smnerset's Division tliroiighcnt the Kallir war of 1S4C-47, and win proM'nl in nil the engnge- 
nients that inok place Served in the Crimea from Jan. 1855, and was at the lallof Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp, and 5th 
Class ol the Meijidie). 

18 AShi^l. Surgeon Ilaughlon served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman and 
siege of Sebisiopoi (Mi-ual and Clasps, and 5ih Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian camjiuicn In 1857-58, 
Including the action ol Kalee Niidilee, utfair of Ramgun<;a, siese and capture of Lucknow, aclAns of BureiIly,Shalijelian- 
pore, and MohunuUe (Medal and Clasp). 

19 Assisl.Surceon Cliapple served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 (Medal and Clasps, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

20 Assi-t. Surgeon lla«klns fer>ed with the 4th Ktgt. at the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

21 Assist. Suige.iii Jeevc- landed with the army at Old Foit, and was present at the battles of Alma and Inkerman, served 
In the trendie- nuring the s egc and nombardnient of Seba-topol, and wa» pre-ent at the assault and capture of the Ceme- 
tery, tor which he whs mentxned in Di>pit<'hes (Medal and three Clisps and Knight of the Legion of Honor). 

22 Asaist-Siirsjcon Lonchecd 6er\e<l in the Ka-tern campaign in medical charge of the Koyol Engineers risht attack, 
during the winter of 1854-55; wai present in the trenches with the Hoyal Artillery during the two nnal bonibardments 
of Sthaslnpol, and was specially iiicntii.'.ied and recommendid for promotion in Sir Harry Jones' Dispatch of 10th Sept. 
1855 (.Medal and Cla^p, and 5th CInst of the Medjidie,>. Whs present at the capture of Canton in Dec. 1M57. 

23 Atfisi.Surceon Gulland served at the siege of Si-ba«topi,l and ei|iediiion to Kertch iMedal and Clasp). 

2» Aisin.Siifgeon Fletcher »er»ed at the siege and ia;iof Sebastopol from 25lli Aug. 18 <3 (M>;dal and Clasp). 

25 Ductor Robert Lewer 'cr»ed in the Ruyul Navy during the operations in the Baltic and was present at tho 
bombaidmcnt of ^weahor2 (M>dal). 

26 Assist. Surgeon Webb served in India in 18-57-58, and was present at the actions of Banda and Chitrakole (mentioned 
in Dispatch, .Medal). 

27 Assist. Surgeon Tarrant served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the battle of Cawnporeon Gth Dec, action of Kalee 
>'udd>'e, imd aft'air of Kaiilur (Medal). 

28 Assist Snr-'enn Orton sf ned with the Roval Artillery in the trenches before Sebastopol ill 1855 and at the assault of the 
Redan on the Mli Sept. i Medal and Clasp). Scned with the Central India field force under Su- Hugh Rose in 1858, and was 
present at the sice and rapture of the li.rt of Clianihiiree. siege and captuic nf Jliansi, battle of the Betua, action at Kconcli, 
actions of 17ih .ind iMh Jliv. and of ilst May at Golowlic and capture ol Calpce ; was alterwards present in various actions in 
the Bundlcknnd district ( Medal). 

29 Assist. Snrgroii Smith served in India in l'.'>7-58, and was pnsent at the actions of Sccumlra, Chanda, and Sultanpore, 
liege and cn|i' me of Lucknow, ami nliei of Azimghur ( Midiil and Cl.is| ). 

ii U.I. lor MilfSservedinilioMtdicalS airuurim: ihe Cnn^ean Unr m I855(Me'lal ar.d Clasp and Turkish M.dal). Served 
with the 83. d R*gi. in the Iiid ..n campaign of 1857-58; »as present at the attack on Niinbk.irn (seveiely wounded); 
durini: thn defence of the I..rtit1.-d si; ..re ul .\eemuch in Nov. 1857. although sulfering from a conshot wound, served 
in medical charKH of the detaehnunt 8.)rd Kegt. and wing of 12tli Native Inlnntryj was present during Ihe Held opera- 
tions against Awali, ai.d subsequent destruction of adjacent stronirholds ; serred in medical chaigeof the 83id Kegt. 
prior IQ and was present during the siege operations against Kotab and its capture by assault (Medal and Clasp). 

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177 
Coast Brigade of Artillerij. 

James Campbell, 2nd Lieut. 1 July 47 ; Capt. 10 May 55; Major, 4 Nov. 69. 

^ 4 Captain Andrew Henry served in 

UAPTAlJNh. __ _ jl^g Eastern campaign of 1854-55, in- 

cluding the battlcsof Alma, Balaklava, 
and Inkerman, and siege of Sebasto- 
pol (Medal and Clasps), and has re- 
ceived the Victoria Oioss " fordefend- 
e guns of his battery against 
overwhelming numbers of the enemy 
at the battle of Inkerman, and con- 
tinuing to do so until he had received 
twelve bayonet wounds." 

4t Major South received the thanks 
of the Commander of the Forces in 
Ireland on 30th Apr. 181 a for capturing 
and conveying into Sligo a smuggler, 
while in command of a detachment on 
the Coast of Ireland. He accompanied 
a wing of the "0th Regt. as Adjutant 
in 18J4-27 for the reduction of Hill 
Forts in the Southern Mahratta coun- 
try. Sailed with the Brigade of Guards 
to the East as their Brigade Paymaster, 
and was present with the Brigade in 
its services in 1851-5), and has received 
the Medal with four Clasps for Alma, 
Balaklava, Inkerman, and Sebastopol. 

6 Captains Kogan and M'GUlivray 
served at the siege of Seliastopol in 
1854-55 (Medal and Clasp). 

7 Captain Sweeny served in the Royal 
Artillery throughout the China Expedi- 
tion of 1840-43 (Medal), including the 
captm-e of Chusan, attack on Chuenpee, 
destruction of the Bocca Tigris Forts, 
storm and capture of the heights above 
Canton, of Amoy, Chusan, Cliinhae, 
Ningpo,— and repulse of the night attack, 
attack and capture of the enemy's en- 
trenched camp on the heights of Segoan, 
of Chapoo, Woosung, Shanghae, and 
Cliinkiangfoo, and the landing before 
Nankin; served in the Crimea from 
April 1855 at the siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol (Medal and Clasp). He has also 
the Medal for Meritorious Service. 



Henry M'Gorrery,! Lieut. 31 Jan. 65; Ciift. 7 Sept. 55. 
William Handyside,^ iie?<i. 8 May 55; Capt. 7 Sept. 55. 
2f William PIenry,= Lieut. June 54 ; Capt. 16 Nov. 55. 

O' I I'r© Andrew H;nry/ Lt. 15 May 55; Capt. 28 Nov. 55. 
S-Ij Ijohn Mackenzie/ Lieut. 22 Sept. 55; Capt. 1 Feb. 56. 
2^^ i James Rof^an,^ Deputy Assist.Commissary, 1 April 54; 
Capt. 4 Nov. 59. 
John Sweenv,^ Cornet, 20 Feb. 57; ieeMM7 Mar. 58; 
Capt. 4 Nov. 59. 

Second Captain. 
James ^la^cGWYw ray, ^Deputy A ssist. Commis.^ary, 25 July 
54; Lieut. 4 Nov. 59; Capit. 12 Apr. GO. 

LlEUTEXANTS. 

James Scott,^ 4 Nov. 59. 
Robert Kettle, 4 Nov. 59. 
j David Anderson, 4 Nov. 59. 
Charles Phillips, 4 Nov. 59. 
I James Thomas Cole, {Adj.) 4 Nov. 59. 
James Thomson, 4 Nov. 59. 
George M'Murray, 4 Nov. 59. 
Hugh Marshall, 1 April 60. 
John Taylor, 1 April 60. 
James Lumber M'Callum, 1 April 60. 
William M'Kown, 1 April 60. 
George Montgomery," 1 April 60. 
William Robinson, 1 April GO. 
Joel Blades,! ) April 60. 
John Ramsay,i° 1 April 60. 
George Leeds, 1 April 60. 
William Crawford," (Qr. Master) 1 April 60. 
John M'Lernon,''^ 15 May GO. 

Paymaster.— C\mr\fs Soutli,''t23 Aug. 27 ; Ens. 9 Dec. 
13 ; Lt. i'17 Dec. 18 ; Honorary Major, 4 April 55. 
Adjutant.— Lt. J. T. Cole, 4 Nov. 59. 
Qr.Master.—Lt. Wm. Crawford, 15 June GO. 



Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

1 Captain M'Gorrery and Lieut. Blades served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

2 Captain Handyside served in ihe Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, 
Expedition to Kerlch, siege and f.ill of Sebastopol (iMed.il and three ''-lasp*). 

a Captain William Henry served in the liasiern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Balaklava, Inkerman, 
and Tchernaya, siepe and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

5 Captain M'Kenzie served in the Easiern campaign of 1S64-55. including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, sortie of 
26th Oct., siege ar.d fall of Sebastopol (JMed.d and Clasps). 

8 Lieut. Scoit served in the Kalfir war of 1S34-35 (Medal). 

9 Lieut. Montgomery served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman and siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

10 Lieut. Ramsay served in the Eastern campaign of 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol— twice wounded 
(Medal and Clasp). 

11 Lieut. Crawford served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman 
(wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps). 

12 Lieut, M'Lernon served in the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal 
and Clasps). 



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178 



r Sotu'cvs of the Officers of the Bo)/al ArtiUcri/. 



1 Sir Mew Ross served in the Peninsula and Tiance from 9fh June 1809 to Feb. 1814, 
including the action of the Coa, battle of Uusaco, actions of Ponilml, Rcdinha (wounded in 
the shoulder), Casnl Nova, Foz d'Arouce (woundtd in the leg), anil SubuRul ; battle of 
Fuentesd\)ii()r,actioiiof Aldeudc Ponte, sieges of Cindad Kodrigo and Hada jo/ (dangerously 
wounded in the head) ; action at Castrajon, capture of forts at and battle of Salamanca, cap- 
ture of Madrid and tlie Retiro| affairs of San Munoz and San Milan, battles of Vittona,and 
the Pyrenees from '2Ut!i to 3;)tli July, passage of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, and Nive; battle 
near Bayonnc, 13 Dec. 1813. Served also the campaign of 1815, and was present at the 
battle of Waterloo. Sir Hew has received the Gold Cross and two Clasps for Ihisaco, Bada- 
jo7., Salamanca, Vittoria, Nivelle, and Nive; the Silver War Medal with three Clasps for 
Fuentes d'Onor, Ciudart Rodrigo, and Pyrenees; and is a Knight of the Tower and Sword 
of Portugal, and '2nd Cla.^s St. Anne of Russia. 

3 General Campbell served the Egyptian campaign of 1801, inclnding the actions of the 
8th, 13th, and -Jlst March, capture of Rosetta, several affairs on the march to, and cap- 
ture of Cairo, and afterwards at the capture of Alexandria. Medal for services in Kgypt. 

4 Lieut. General Turner was at the capture of the Cape of Good Hope in 1806. Served 
also in tlie Peninsula from Dec. 1813 to the end of the war, including the battles of Ortlies 
and Toulouse, and the affairs of Vic Bigorre and Tarbes. lie has received the Gold Medal 
and one Clasp for Orthcs and Toulouse. 

o Sir Robert Gardiner's services: — capture of Minorca in 1798; campaign in Portugal 
and Spain, including the battles of Roleia, Vimiera, and Corunua; expedition to Walcheren; 
Peninsular campaigns from early in 1810 to the end of the war in 1814, including the 
bittle of Barrosa, capture of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, siege of Burgos, affair of 
Morales, battles of Vittoria, Orthes, and Toulouse ; campaign of 1815, including the battle 
of Waterloo. Sir Rol)ert lias received the Gold Cross and two Clasps for Barrosa, Badajoz, 
Salamanca, Vittoria, Ortltes, and Toulouse; and the Silver War Medal witli tliree Clasps for 
Roleiii, Vimiera, and Corunna ; and is a Knight 2nd Class of St. Anne of Russia. In 1848 
he was appointed Governor and Commander-in-Chief of Gibraltar, and continued in lliat 
command until the '2(>lh August 1855. 

G Lieut. General Wallace was on board the Phoenix Letter of Alarque when she beat off a 
French Privateer near Barbadoes in Dec. 1800. Present at the siege of Flushing in 1809; 
and he commanded the Artillery at the attack of Sackets Harbour, United States, in 1813. 

7 Lieut. General Richard Jones served in Holland in 1799, including the battles of Zuyp, 
Hoorn, Egmont, and Limmen. Present at the capture of Paris, and with the Army of 
Occupation until "2nd Dec. 1818. 

8 Sir Edward Charles Whinyates served in the expedition to the Heldcr and campaign ia 
North Holland in 1799 ; expedition to Madeira in 1801, and to Copenhagen 1807 ; Penin- 
sular campaigns from Feb. 1810 to July 1813, including the battles of Busaco and Albu- 
liera; affairs at Usagre, Aldca de Ponte, and Sau Munos, attack and defeat of General 
Lalleman's cavalry at Ribera,and many other affairs. Served also the campaign of 1815, 
and was severely wounded in the left arm at Waterloo. He has received the Silver War 
iledal with two Clasps for Busaco and Albuliera. 

9 Lieut.General Michell served the cam]>aigu in Holland in 1799; in the Peninsula 
and south of France from Aug. 1813 to May 1814, including siege of San Sebastian, passage 
of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, and Nive, battles of Orthes and Toulouse; in America from May 
1814 to May 1815, including the attack of A\'ashington, Baltimore, and >ew Orleans, and 
other operations on the coast. Attached to the Prussian army in reducing the fortresses in 
the Netherlands. He has received the Gold Medal and one Clasp for Orthes and Toulouse ; 
and the Silver War Medal with three Clasps for St. Sebastian, Nivelle, and Nive. 

10 General W. G. Power served in Spain, Portugal, and France, from 14th Oct. 1808 to 
4th June 1814, including the battle of Talavera, sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo (wounded), and 
Badajoz, capture of French works at Almaraz, reduction of forts at, and battle of Sala- 
manca, siege of Burgos (wounded), siege ofSan Sebastianfrom 11th July to blh Sept. 1813, 
passage of the Bidassoa, the Nive, and the Adour, battle of Orthes, investment of 
Bayonne, and various minor actfoiis. Led the reserve to the support of the assault- 
ing party of Fort La Picurina during the last siege of Badajoz, and the Commandant sur- 
rendered to him personally. He has the Silver War Medal with nine Clasps. 

1-2 Lieut.General Cobbe served the campaign in the West Indies in 1801, under Lieut. 
Gen. Sir Thos. Trigge. 

13 Lieut.General Mercer served in South America in 1807, and commanded the rear- 
guard left in occupation of the citadel of Monte Video to cover the embarkation of tlie 
gairison. Served the cam7)aign of 1815 in cimmand of a battery of Horse Artillery, in- 
cluiling the action of Quatre Bras, the Cavalry affairs of the following day, and battle of 
Waterloo (wounded), where he saved two squares of Brunswick Infantry, previously dis- 
locaieil by a heavy cannonade, fronj being broken by a charge of Cuirassiers — and this by 
<lisolieying the Duke of Wellington's positive onlcr, " To withdraw the men from their 
guns, if charged home, into tlie a<ljacent squares nf Infantry :" the charge was defeated, 
though persevered in to within ten yards of the guns' muzzles. Three several attacks were 
in a similar manner defeated ; was afterwards at the action of St. Denis and capture of Paris, 



179 ^ar Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 

14 Maj.Gen. Scott served in the expedition to "VValcheren, and was at the siege of Flushing. 

16 Lieut.General Cater served the campaign of Walclaeren and siege of Flushing. In the 
Peninsula and south of France from the end of 1809 to the termination of the war in 
1814, including the defence of Cadiz, lines at Torres Vedras and at Santarem, battle of 
Barrosa (wounded), affair at Osma, battle of Vittoria, aifair at Tolosa, passage of the Bidas- 
soa,and at the attack of Bida'soa by the French, battles of Nivelle and Nive, and four days' 
engagements in front of Bayonne. He has received the Silver War Medal witli four Clasps. 

17 Major General H. yV . Gordon's services : — Expedition to Naples, Dec. 1805, and sub- 
sequent occupation of Sicily; battle of Maida, and attack and surrender of the Rock of 
Scylla, 1806. He lias received the Silver War Medal with one Clasp for Maida. 

18 Sir Wm. Colebrooke's services ; — Campaigns of 1809 and 10 in India; expedition to 
Java in 1811, including the action of Weltyvreden, in batteries before Cornelis (until 
wounded in the groin 22nd August), and the siege and capture of Jokjakarta. Expedition 
to Palembang,in Sumatra, 1813; campaign of 1817 and 18, in India, against the Pindarrees 
and Mahrattas; campaign of 1818 and 19 in Southern India. Present also at the sieges of 
Ras-el-Kyhma and Zaya, Arab fortresses. Sir William has received the Silver War Medal 
with one Clasp for Java. 

19 Major General Wylde served in Holland in 1813 and 14, and commanded a battery 
before Antwerp and at the attack on Bergen-op-Zoom. Was attached to the Horse Artillery 
with the Army of Occiijiation in France. In April 18;34 succeeded Lord William Russell as 
Military Commissioner at tlie liead-quaiters ot Don Pedro's army in Portugal, and con- 
tinued with them until the Convention of Evora Monte; an.l subsequently from Nov. 1834 
to 1840 at the head-quarteis of the Spanish Army, and in all the general actions during 
that period, including the raising of the siege of Bilhoa, for which he received the thanks of 
the Spanish Cortes. In Portugal, again, in 1846, during the Civil War, and signed the Con- 
vention of Oporto. He is a Knight of Charles the Third, 2nd Class St. Fernando, and 
Commander of Isabella the Catholic. 

20 Lieut.General Maclachlan served in Spain in 1813 and 14. He is a Knight of 
St. Maurice and Lazare. 

21 Major General Sabine served the campaign on the Niagara Frontier in 1814, and 
commanded the batteries at the siege of Fort Erie in August and September. 

22 Major Gen. Chesney was employed, from 1829 to 1832, in examining the principal 
parts of Western Asia ; during which time, assisted only by a few Arabs, he descended 
the river Euphrates upon a Raft ; and his reports to Governinent led to a Parliamentary 
vote to extend our commercial relations in that quarter, and open a communication with 
India through Arabia. His Majesty, through the Duke of Wellington, having conferred 
on him the rank of Colonel on a particular service, he sailed early in 1835 with a detach- 
ment of artillery, another of sappers, a proportion of seamen, and thirteen military and 
naval officers; with whose assistance Colonel Chesney accomplished the extraordinary 
achievement of transporting two iron steam vessels across Syria, and floating them in a 
perfect state on the Upper Euphrates, not very far from Aleppo. In the early part of the 
navigation thus commenced, a fearful hurricane carried the smaller vessel and twenty of 
her men to the bottom, Colonel Chesney and eight others being saved by swimming. The 
Commander, however, persevered ; and in the remaining vessel he not only completed the 
surveys of the river Euphrates, Tigris, and Kareen, but continued the undertaking until it 
was turned over in the following year to the East India Company. His late Majesty 
warmly approved of the intrepidity manifested in continuing the service after the calami, 
tous loss of one-half of his force, and the brevet rank of Major was bestowed on him by 
the King, which was followed by that of Lieut. Colonel by command of the Queen. 

23 Maj.Gen. Bell's services: — Capture of the islands of St. Thomas and St. Croix in 1807; 
siege of fort Desaix, Martinique ; capture of Les Saintes, near Guadaloupe, and bombardment 
and driving from the anchorage the French fleet in 1809; capture of Guadaloupe and adja- 
cent islands in 1810. Served in the Peninsula and France from July 1813 to July 1814, 
including the passage of the Bidassoa, Nivelle, Nive, and four days' engaaements near 
Bayonne; passage of the A dour, investment of Bayonne, affairs at Vic Bigorre,and Tarbes, 
passage of the Garonne, and subsequent operations to the battle of Toulouse where he was 
slightly wounded. Served also the campaign of 1815, including the battles of Quatre Bras 
and Waterloo, and capture of Paris. He has the Silver War Medal with five Clasps. 

24 Major Gen. Brereton served in Spain, France, and the Netherlands, from December 
1809 to June 1815, and was present at the defence of Cadiz and of Fort Matagorda 
(wounded), the Artillery of which last place he commanded. He served in the batteries at 
the siege of San Sebastian; was present in the battles of Barrosa (wounded), Vittoria, the 
Pyrenees, Orthes, Toulouse, Quatre Bras, and Watei'loo (severely wounded), actions on 
the retreat from Burgos, at San Munos, near Salamanca, Helette, St. Palais, Sauveterre, 
Aire, and Taibes. He commanded a Division, as second in command, of the expedition 
under Major-General D'Aguilar, which assaulted and took the Forts of the Bocca Tigris 
in the Canton River, those of the Staked Barrier, and of the city of Canton, spiking 879 
pieces of heavy ordnance. He has received the Silver War Medal with six Clasps. Was on 
board the ^a.'^.%h[^ Britannia during the naval action of the allied fleets with the defences 
of Sebastopol on the 17th Oct. 1854, and directed the rockets tired from that ship against 
the forts and city : has received the Crimean War Medal with Clasp for Sebastopol. 

25 Major Gen. England served the expedition to the Wescr in 1805 and 6 ; to the Cape of 
Good Hope and South America in 1806 and 7 j campaign of 1813 in the Peninsula, including 



War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 180 

the battle of Vittoria mid siege of San Sebastian, for wliich lie has received the Silver War 
Medal with two Clasps. 

26 Major (Jen. Hardiiicre served in the Peninsula from Au(j. 1812, to the end of thewarin 
1814, ineludin^r tliebattlfof Viltoria, »ie(ieofSan Seliastian, battlesof Orthes and Toulouse, 
affairs at Osma, Tolosa, liidassoa, and Tarbes. Serveil also the eauipaif^n of IHlo, and was 
present at Lifjfiiy and Quatre Uras. He has received the Silver War Medal with lour Clasps. 

27 Major General Gordon II ijrgins commanded the Royal Artillery in the Syrian cani- 
paip^n from Auf^ust 1840 to the evacuation of that country in Dec. 1841 (Medal), aud was 
present at tho bomliardment and capture ot Beyrout and of St. Jean d'.Acrc. 

28 JIajor General .Anderson's servieefi: — Siepe and capture of Flushing, and the subse- 
quent operations in 1809 ; Bombardment of Antwerp, also previous and subsequent opem- 
tions in 1813and 1814 ; campaign of 1815, including the battle of Waterloo, and captures 
of Cambray and Paris. 

29 MajxrGeneral Armstrong served at Walcheren in 1809; and in Canada from May 1810 
to July 1815, including the capture of a detachment on river Uaisin, the cutting oui of an 
enemy's vessel when in command of a gun-boat at Prescott, at Fort Erie during a caimonade 
of 17 hours ; at the loss of Fort George, actions at Stoney Creek, and Black Rock, mvest- 
ment of Fort George, capture of Fort Niagara, Black Rock, and town of Buffalo, acf.on at 
Streets Creek, and Chip))awa, and at the siege of Fort Eric under an almost constant lire 
for about live weeks. Slightly wounded at Fort George, 27th May 1813. 

30 Major General Fras. Warde was present at the defence of Cadiz and at the battle of 
Waterloo. 

31 Major General Insrilby served in the Peninsulafrom July 1810 to Jan. 1813, including 
the sieges of Ciudad Rodrigo, Forts of Salamanca (wounded), and Burgos; and the battles 
of Busaco, Fuentcs d'Onor, and Salamanca. Served also the ci'm]>aign of 1815, and was 
present at the battle of Waterloo. He bus the Silver War Medal with four Clasps. 

32 Colonel Pester was present at the defence of Cadiz, and at the bittle of Barrosa, where 
he was severely wounded. He lias received ihe Silver War Medal wiih oneClas-pfor Barrosa. 

33 Major Gen. Bloomfield served in the Peninsula and France, from March 1813 to June 
181 4, including the battle of Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, crossing the Bidassoa,anfl battles 
of the Nivelle, N'ive, Orthes, and Toulouse. Served also the cami)aign of 1815, including 
the battle of Waterloo. He has received the Silver War Medal with >ix Clasps. 

34 Ccdonel Palliser served in the Peninsula and France, from November 1812 to May 

1814, including the siege of San Sebastian, and battles of Vittoria, Orthes, and Toulouse, for 
which he has received the Silver War Medal with four Clasps. Served subsequently in the 
American war, including the battles of Bladensbuig and Baltimore, capture of Washington, 
and operations before New Orleans. Witli the army of occupation in France from June 
1815 to November 1818, and present at the capture of Paris. 

35 Colonel Cuppage served in the Peninsula and France, from February to August 1814, 
and was present at the repulse of the sortie from Bayonne. Served also the campaign of 

1815, including the battle of Waterloo. 

36 Sir Richard Dacres served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs cf 
Bulganac anrl M'Kenzies Farm, and battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkernian (horse 
killed) : comniiuulcd the Royal Artillery at tlie repulse of the Russians in the sortie from 
Sebastopol on the 2Gth October ; succeeded to tlie command of the Royal Artillery at 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol after Br.-General Strangways was killed at Inkernian on 
the 5th Nov. 1854 (Medal and Clasps, KCB., Commander of the Legion of Honor, 
Commander 1st Class Military Order of Savoy, and 2ud Class of the Meiljidie). 

37 Colonel Lake commanded the Artillery of the Light Division in the Eastern campaign 
of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzies Farm, and the battles of 
Ahna (horse shot), Balaklava, and Inkerman (horse shot), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal 
and four Chisps, Officer of the Legion of Honor, and 4th Class of the Medjidic). 

38 Major Gen.Dupuis served on the north coast of Spain in 1830, 7, and 8, in co-opera- 
tion with the Spanish army, including the field actions of the lOtli, 12tli, 14lli,and IClh 
March, and the action of llernani, on the 14th May 1837, besides various other minor 
affairs (1st Class of San Fernando). Served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including 
the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and 
Clasps, CB., Commander of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian Medal, and 3rd Class of the 
Medjidie). Commanded the Royal Artillery in India from Oct. 1857 to Feb. 1859, and 
was present at Ihe action of Paniloo Nufldee 2Gth Nov., operations of the 27th, 28ih and 
29th Nov. before Cawnpore, and battle there on the Glli Dec. 1857 — twice mentioned in 
despatches (Medal). 

3!) Sir William Fenwick Williams commanded the Turkish army at the defence of Kars, 
and for his diritinguished services was promoted Major-General, nominated a KCB., and 
created a Baronet ; has also received the First Class of the Turkish Order of the Medjidic, 
and is a Grand Officer of the French Legion of Honor. 

40 Colonel Morris served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, and was present at the 
sietie and tall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp, and 5ih Class of the Medjidie). 

41 Colonel St. Georne served the Ea-tern campaign of 1855, and commanded the siege 
train at the fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Cla-p, C.B., Officer of the Leyion of Honor, 
and 4th Class of iho .Medjidic). 

42 Colonel .Vedliam served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855 in command of the 
Artillery of the Third Division (Medal and Clasp, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

43 Colonel E. C. Warde served in the Eastern campaign of 1855, in command of the siege 



181 JVai' Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 

train before Sebastopol, and was present at the bombardments of April and (June 6th 
and 17th), (Medal and Clasp, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, and 4th Class of the 
Medjidie). 

44 Colonel Taylor served at the siese and fall of Sebastopol in 1855 in command of the 
Artillery of tlie Highland Division (Medal and Clasp, and 5tli Class of the Medjidie). 

45 Colonel Maclean served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1865 in command of 
the Artillery of the Light Division (Medal and Clasp, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

46 Colonel Askwith has the decorations of 1st Class St. Fernando, Commander Isabella 
the Catholic, and Knight of Charles the Third. 

47 Colonel Dunlop commanded the Troops in China from the breaking out of hostilities 
in 185S to the end of April 1857. In Jan. 1857, suffered severely from an attempt made 
by the Cliinese to poison the inhabitants of Hong Kong by mixin'^c arsenic with the bread 
sold on the ICtli of Januarv. Commanded tiie Artillery at the capture of Canton in Dec. 
1857 {CB.). 

48 Sir David Edward Wood commanded the Royal Artillery on the Eastern frontier of 
the Cape of Good Hope during tiie insurrection of the Boers and Caffres in 1842-43 
(Medal). Served in the Eastern campaign of 1864-55, and commanded the Royal Ar- 
tillery of the 4th Division at the battles of Balaklava and Iiikermim, repulse of the sortie 
on the 2Gth Oct. 1»54, and during the siege of Sebastojiol, until the final capture of the 
town; was afterwards removed to the command of the Royal Horse Artillery, which he 
comu)anded until the close of the war in June 1856 (Medal and Clasps, CB., Officer of 
the Legion of HoTior, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). Commanded the Royal Horse Ar- 
tillery in India from Oct. 1857 to Feb. 1859; commanded the Royal Horse Artillery in 
the affair of Pandora, wliere they acted as cavalry and charged and defeated a large force 
of rebel Sepoys; commanded as Brigadier the Field Artillery in the operations previous to 
and during tlie siege of Lucknow, and at the conclusion of the siege and final capture of the 
town commanded the whole of the Artillery until the army was broken up. Subsequently 
to the capture of Lucknow was appointed to command the Station and Fort of Allahabad, 
and carried on the successful opeiations a;4ainst the rebels in that part of the country— four 
times mentioned in despatches (Medal and Clasp, KCB). 

49 Colonel Fitzmayer served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs 
of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Se- 
bastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th October 1854 ; was complimented on 
parade by Sir De Lacy Evans for his manner of bringing the Artillery at the Alma 
under " the hottest fire," and was again thanked by Sir De Lacy, and twice mentioned in 
bis Dispatch on the repulse of the sortie on 26th October 1854 (Medal and Clasps, CB., 
Officer of the Legion of Honor, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). 

60 Colonel Francklyn served in the Eastern campaign of 1855, and commanded the 
siege train of the left attack before Sebastopol, and was present at the bombardments of 
the 6th and 17th June (Medal and Clasp, CB., and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

61 Colonel Gambler served in the Eastern campaign of 1864 in command of the siege 
train before Sebastopol, and was present at the bombardment of October, and at the battle 
of Inkerman (severely wounded. Medal and Clasps, CB., and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

52 Colonel E. W. Crofton served in Spain during the Christine and Carlist war in 1837 
and 1838, and was taken prisoner by the Carlists (1st Class St. Fernando). Kominated to 
the 3rd Class of the Medjidie for Services, as a Brigadier, with the late Osmanli Cavalry. 

53 Colonel Irving served the Eastern campaign of 1864-55, including the battle of 
Inkerman and siege of Sebastopol ; commanded the Artillery of the left attack at tlie bom- 
bardment in October and during the three last months of 1854 (Medal and Clasps, CB., and 
5th Class of the Medjidie). 

64 Colonel Rowan served the Syrian campaign (Medal). Also the Eastern campaign 
of 1854-56, including the battle of Inkerman and siege of Sebastopol, in the trendies with 
the siege train and bombardment of October (Medal and Clasps, CB., and 6th Class of the 
Medjidie). 

55 Colonel Freese served on the China expedition, and was slightly wounded at 
Chiukiangl'oo. Served in the Eastern campaign of 1864-55, including the battle of 
Inkerman and siege of Sebastopol, in the trenches with the siege train and bombardment of 
October (Medal and Clasps, CB., and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

66 Colotjel Cleaveland served on the north coast of Spain in 1837-39, in co-operation 
with the Spanish army towards the conclusion of the war in St. Sebastian and its vicinity. 

57 Colonel Crawford served in India from Sept. 1867 to Jan. 1(^58, and as Brigadier 
commanded the Artillery at the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde and also the Artillery 
attached to the Commander in Chief's force at the battle of Cawnpore, 6th Dec. (men- 
tioned in despatches, CB., Medal and Clasp). 

68 Colonel Paynter served the Eastern campaign of 1864, including the affairs of 
Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and 
siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, CB., and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

59 Sir George Robert Barker served the Eastern campaign of 1854-66, including the 
battles of Alma and Balaklava, expedition to Kertch (in command of Royal Artillery), 
siege of Sebastopol, including the command of the batteries of the left attack at the tail 
of the fortress (Medal and Clasps, CB., Knight of the Legion of Honor, and 4th Class 
of the Medjidie). Served tlie Indian campaign of 1857-58, was present at the affair of 
Kalee Nuddee, as Brigadier commanded the Siege Artillery at tlie siege and capture of 
Lucknow, commanded the Column which defeated the rebels 6000 strong at Jamo, subse. 



JFar Se)'vices of the Officers of the Royal Artiller}/. 182 

quontly assanltod ami took the fort oT Hirwa after eiglit Lours firing (twice mentioiiPd iu 
despatches, KCB., ^^edal ami Clasp). 

60 Colonel Fadfly commanded the R. Artillery in the engagement at Port Natal 
aaaiiist the revolted Zooln rhief Foro in 1840. He served in the Kaffir war of 18.J-2 in 
coinmiuul of the Uoyal Artillery, and was named in the t)fficial Dispatches, especially in 
that relating to ihe eaptnre of tlie Kattirehitf Macomo's stronghold, called " Macon'io's 
Den," on the 10th March. Also commanded the K. Artillery at the battle of Heiea 
against the Bisnta tribes under the Chief :\r<)shesh (horse shot) 2Utli Dec. 18o-2, and was 
acain mentioned in Dispatches, and received the Brevet rank of Major for his services 
(MedaO. Commanded as Brigadier the column detached from the Saugor field force, 
which defeated the rebel force at Keutee iu Bundlecund on 4th Miuch 1851) (mentioned 
in despatches, Jledal). 

(il Colonel -Phillpotts served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal and 
Clasp, and 5th Class of the Medjidie) ; has also received the Syrian Medal of 1841. 

0*2 Colonel Riddell coinmanded the Siege Artillery of Ontrain's force on the lelt bank of 
the Goomtee at the siege and capture of Lncknow in March 1858, also commanded the Artil- 
lery of Lngard's Column at the affair of Tigree, relief of Azimgliur, oiieiations in the Jungle 
and capture of Jngdi spore (three times mentioned in de-patches, CJB., Medal and Clasj)). 

63 Colonel Price commanded the Artillery of the Rajp'iotana field force under General 
Robert* at the capture of Kotah on 30 March 1858, and at tie action (if Saugor, and defeat 
of the rebels on the right bank of I he Bunnas (mentioned in despatches, CB., and Medal). 

()4 ColonelWodehouse served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs 
of Bul-ianac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (horse 
killed), siege of S- bastopol, aiirl repulse of the sortie on the 20th October 1854 (Medal and 
Clasps, CB., Knight of the Legion of Honor, and 5th Cla<s of the Medjidie). 

05 Lt. Colonel Maude served the Eastern campaiirn of 1854 in command of a troop of 
Royal Horse Artillery, including the affairs of Bnlganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles 
of the Alma and Balaklava (dangerously wounded and horse shot), and siege of Se- 
bastopol < Medal and Clasps, CB., and 5th Class of tlie Medjiflie). 

66 Colonel Maberly commanded the Artillery of the Jounpore field force under General 
Franks in the actions of Chaiida and Siiltanporc; also present at the siege and capture of 
Lncknow in March 1858, and with Grant's Column in the actions at Koorsee and Barree 
(four times mentioned in despatches, CB., and Medal and Clasp). 

07 Colonel Dickson served on tlie staff of Lord Ranlan during the campaign of 1854- 
55, and was present at tlie 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 bom- 
bardment of October, April, and June 17th (Medal anil Clasps, CB., Aide-de-Camp to the 
Queen and Colonel, Victoria Cross, Officer of the Legion of Honor, and 2nd Class of the 
Medjidie). He is also a Knight of Charles the Third, 1st Class St. Fernando, and Knight 
of Isabella the Catholic. 

68 Lt.Col. Graydon served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the siege 
of Sebastopol, and expedition to Kertch (Medal and Clasp). 

69 Lt.Colonel John Travers served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

70 Lt.Colonel the Hon. G. T. Devereux served in the Kaffir war of 1852 (Medal); 
and was present at the engagement with the Basuta tribes at Berea 20th Dec: named 
in the official Dispatch, and received the Brevet rank of Major for his services. 

71 Lt.Coh. Broiighton and Hugh Campbell, CB., served in the Eastern campaign of 
1854-55, in the trenches with the siege train before Sebastopol, and at the bombardment of 
April and of June i6th and 17th): ilcdal and Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and 
5th Class of the Medjidie. 

72 Colonel Adye served the Eastern campaicrn of 1854-55 as Assist. Adj. General of 
Royal Artillery, and was present at the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles 
of the Alma, Balaklava, ami Inkerman, capture of Balaklava Castle, siege and fall of Se- 
bastopol) Medal and Clasps, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, and 4lh Class of the 
Medjidie;. Served in India in 1857-58 as Assist. Adj. General of Royal Artillery, and was 
present at the action of Pandoo Nuddy 26 Nov., operations before Cawni)ore under Gen. 
Windham 27tli, 28th, and 29th Nov., battle of Cawnporo and defeat of the Gwalior Con- 
tinszent Cth Dec. 1857 (tliree times mentioncil in despatches, Medal). 

73 Lt.Colonel II. L. Gardiner served in the operations at Preseott in Upper Canada in 
lt38. Als I in the pursuit of Tantia Topee in Central India in 1858. 

74 Lt.Colonel Knox, Captains C. \V. Elgee, A. H. C. Hamilton, and Carr, Lieuts. Dyce, 
Hon. R. V. Dillon, Rochlort, and Cane were at the capture of Canton in Dec. 1857. 

75 Lt.Colonel Younghusband served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the 
battle of Inkerman and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clas|)s). 

70 Colonel D'Aguilar served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 (Medal and Clasps, 
CB., and 5tli Class of the .Medjidie), including the battle of Inkerman (horse shot) and siege 
of Sohaslopol, in the trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardment of October. 
Served the Indian campaign of 1857-58, and commanded the Artillery of General Franks' 
force at the action of Secnndra, also coinmandid the Royal Ilore Artillery at tiie siege 
and capture of Lncknow (three times mentioned iu despatches, and Brevet nf Cohnel). 

77 Lt.Colonel Thompson served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal and 
Clasp, and otb Class of the Medjidie^. 



183 War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 

78 Lt.Colonel Ward served at the sie^e and fall of Sebastopol in 1855. and at the battle o^ 
Tcliernaya (Medal and Clasp, Sar-linian Medal, and 5tli Class of the Medjidie). 

80 Captain Tredcroft served in the Eastern campaign of 1855, including the siegre of 
Sebastopol, in tlu- trenches with tlie sie;;e train, and at the bombardment of April (Medal 
and Clas]), and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

81 Lt.Col. F. J. Travcrs commanded the Artillery with Grant's force from 30th Oct. to 
10th Dec. 1857 throughout tlie operations resulting in the relief of Lucknow and defeat of 
the Gwalior Contingent at Cawnpnre ; was senior ofRcer R. A. in the action of -2nd Nov.; 
commanded the Artillery sent against Jellrilhabad Nov. l;3th ; was wounded in tlie advance 
of 16th-17th Nov. ; mentioned in despatches and tlianked by Governor General in Coun- 
cil (Brevet of Major, Medal and Clasp). 

82 Lt.Colonel Dixon served in the Eastern campaign in 1855, in the trenches with 
the siese train before Sebastopol, and at the bombardments of April, and 6th and 17th 
June (Medal and Clasp, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Victoria Cross, Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

83 Lt.Col. John Turnerwas presentatthe capture of Port Natal on the 26th June 1842. 
Served abo the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affair at M'Kenzie's Farm, the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the soitie on the 26th 
October 1854 (Medal and Cla-ps, CB., Knight of the Legion ot Honor, and 5th Cl^ss of 
the Medjidie). Received the Brevet of Lieut.Col. for distinguished service at the battle 
of Alma in crossing the river with two guns, ascending the heights and enfilading the 
Russian columns. Commanded a troop of Royal Horse Artillery in India in 1858-59. 

84 Lt.Colonel Fisher and Major Clifford served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol iu 
1855 (Medal and Clasp). Major Clifford has the 5th Class of the Medjidie. 

84t Lt.Colonel Gibbon served in the Crimea fiom 13ih May, 1855, in command of a Field 
Battery, and for nearly three months the Artillery of the 4th Division, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish Meilal.) Served in India in 1857-58, 
was with Outram's force at the siege and capture of Lucknow, where he commanded the 
Artillery of Br. Gen. Walpole's Division, and was specially recommended for promotion as 
having "distinguished himself throughout the operations, particularly on the 9th and 11th 
March, 1858.'' Cjmmanded the Artillery of Sir Hope Grant's Column in the action of Simree 
— severely wounded (5 times mentioned iu despatches, Bi^evet of Major, Ci?.,Medal and Clasp). 

85 Lt.Col. Longden commanded the Mot tar battery in the operations resulting in the 
relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde in Nov. 1857 (wounded), and at the battle of Cawnpore 
on 6th Dee. (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal and Clasp). 

86 Lt.Colonel Middleton served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the relief 
of Lucknow by Lord Clyde (wounded, and two horses killed), battle of Cawnpore, actions 
of Serai Ghat (commanded the Artillery), Chanda, Umcerpore, and Sultanpore, siege and 
capture of Lucknow, including the attack upon the Moulvic's Mosque and Mooi-a Bagh, 
action of BaiTee, capture of Rampore Kussie (commanded the Artdlery), commanded a 
Troop of Royal Horse Artillery at the passage of the Gogia at Fyzabad, and affair of 
Muchagawn (nine times mentioned in despatches, Brevetsof Major and Lt.Colonel, CB,, 
Medal and Clasps). 

87 Lt.Col. Anderson served during the operations on the Yiang-tse-Kiang in China in 
1842, including the storm and capture of Chin Kiang Foo; also at the demonstration 
before Nankin ( Medal). Served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs 
of Bulganac and IM'Kenzie's Farm, battle of Alma, capture of Balaklava, and siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, CB., and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served in India in 1857- 
58, and was at the action of Pandora where a portion of his troop acted as Cavalry; com- 
manded the Artillery of Grant's division at the capture of Meangunge, also at the siege and 
capture of Lucknovv(four times mentioned in despatches, Brev. of Lt.Col., Medal and Clasp). 

88 Lt.Colonel H. F. Strange served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
aflfairs uf Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall 
of Sebastopol, in the trenches wiih the siege train, and at the bombardments of Oct., April, 
and June (6th and 17th): Medal and Clasps, CB., Knight of the Legion of Honor, and 
5th Class of the Me'ijidie. 

89 Major M. Adye served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, in the trenches at the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol, and at the bombardment of June 6th (severely wounded): 
Medal and Clasp, and 5th Class of the Medjidie. 

90 Major Franklin served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of 
Alma and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, CB., and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

91 Majors Hawkins and Shaw, Captain Humfrey, Lieuts. Sir John Campbell and Anley, 
served in the Eastern campaign in 1855, in the trenches with the siege train before Sebas- 
topol, and at the bombardments of April and June (6th and 17th): Medal and Clasp, and 
Sardinian Medal. Majors Hawkins and Shaw have the 5th Class of the Medjidie. 

9It Major Rogers served in the Eastern campaign in 1855, in the trenches with the 
Siege train before Sebastopol, and at tlie bombardments of April and 6th and 17th June 
(Medal and Clasp, and 6th Class of the Medjidie). 

92 Majors Mackay,Counell, and Lennox, Caiitain Pigou, Major Newton, Captains Vesey 
and H. Smyth, served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal and Clasp), 
Majors Lennox and Newton and Capt. Pigou have the 5ih Class of the Medjidie. 

93 Major Grant served in the Eastern campaign from 18th Jan. 1855, in the trenches 
with the siege train, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and bombardments of April 



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and June (Gth and 17tli): Medal and Clasp, Brevet Major, Knight of tlic Logion of Honor, 
and 5tli Class of ihe Medji.lie. 

94 Major Jolinson, Cu|)tiiin» Gleig and Vernon, served in the Easfern campnisn of 1854- 
56, inclutlinir the siego mid fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). Major Julinson has the 
otii Cla-ss of tlio Mciljidio. 

95 Major M'Cica in cnimand of 3 batteries R. Artillery an<l a detachment of the 4lst 
Regt. (with Capt<. Purcell and Tottenham, Licuts. Richardson, Warddl, IlandcDck, Saun- 
ders, and E. A. Cameron) was present in tlie n volution wiiich upset the Emperor Fausliu 
in Hayti in Jan. 185'J; Umded and protected tlio Europeans at Port an Prince, and carried 
oft' the Emperor his family and ministers : received tlie ihanlis of tlie English and the 
Frencli Governinenls, and tiie Brevet of Major. 

9U Li. Col. Henry served in the Eastern campaign of 1855, in the trenches with the 
Bicgo train before Sebastopol (severely wounded), and at the bombardments of April and 
June (tiih and 17th) : Medal and Clasp, Brevets of Major and Lt.Col.^ Sardinian Medal, 
and oth Class of tlie Mcdjidie. 

97 Major Pipon served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of 
Bnliranac and M'Kenzie's Furm, the battles of Alma and Balakluva, siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol ( Medal and Clasps, Brevet Major, Sardinian Medal, and 5lh Class of the Medjulle). 

98 Major Sliakespear served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of 
Bulgaiiac and M'Kenzie's Farm, tlie battles of Alma, Baluklava (horse shot), and Inkennan, 
and siege of Setiastopol (Jledal and Clasps, Brevet Major, and otli Class of the Medjidie). 

99 Lt. Colonel llaiiiley servid the Eastern canipaiun of 1854-55, including the affairs of 
Bulganac nnd M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma (horse shot), Balaklava, and Inkcrman 
(horse killed), the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 2Gtli Octo- 
ber 1854 (Modal and Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.CoI., Knight of the Legion of 
Honor, Sardinian Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

100 Major Field served the campaign of 1854 55 as D. A. Q. M. G. to the Royal 
Artillery, and was present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and with the Expedition to 
Kerich (Medal and Clasp, Kni:;ht of the Legion of Honor, and 5th Class of the .Mefijidie). 

101 Lt. Colonel Hon. D. .M'D. Eraser served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, in- 
cluding the battle of Inkerman and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, and 5th Chiss 
of the Medjidie). Commanded a Troop of Royal Horse Artillery in the action at Hyder- 
gl:nr29th Nov. 1858, defeat of a rebel force at Bujeedia, capture of Fort Mujeedia, and action 
at Bankee (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal). 

102 Major C. J. Strange served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855, in the trenches with 
the siege train, and at the bombardments of April and Gth June (Medal and Clasp, and 
5th Class of ilie Medjidie). 

103 Major Hon. W. C. Yelverton served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including 
the battle of Inkerman (horse killed), siege and fall of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie 
on the -iGth October 1854 (Medal and Clasps, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

104 Licnt.Col. Biddulph served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles 
of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, 
Knight of the Leirion of Honor, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

105 Majors Milman, Arbuthnot (twice wounded), Hastings, Fitz Hugh, and Godby 
served at tlie siege and fall of Sebastopol, in the trenches with the siege train, and at the 
bombardments of Gth and 17th June (Medal and Clasp). Majors Miliuan, Arbuthnot, 
Hasting*, and Fitz Hugli have the 5tli Class of the Medjidie. 

106 Major B:id(leley served the Eastern camjiaign of 1854 as Adjutant to the Artillery 
of the Light Division, including the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, tlie bat- 
tles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (severely wounded), capture of Balaklava, siege 
of Seba8top<d, and repulse of the sortie 2Gtli Oct. (Medal and four Clasps, Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, and 5tl) Class of the Medjidie). 

107 Major Guy Uotton and Lt. Haniien served at Canton with the force under Rear 
Admiral Seymour in 185G-57 ; were also present at the capture of Canton in Dec. 1857. 

108 Major Omnianney was present at the alFair of Futtyabad (i March 18.08 ; commanded 
the Artillery of the 1st Brigade Central India Field Force under Sir Hu;,'h Hose at the 
capture of Chandairee Fort, si. ge and capture of Jhan^i and action on tlic Betwa ; also 
commanded the Artillery of thatforce In theattack on Koonch and capfuie of Calpec; and 
served with Duff's Colunm at the affair of Sahao (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Major, Medal). 

109 Major Palmer served in the Indian cam[iaign of 1857-59, and commanded a field 
battery of Royal Artillery with Whiilock's field division in the action at Bandah, action at 
Cliitrakote with Carpenter's force, and defeat of a body of the Gwalior Contingent at 
Koleri (twice mentioned in desjiatches. Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

110 Captain Paget served in India in 1857-59, aid was present with Malcolm's field 
force at the defeat of a body of rebels near Nurgoond, storm and occupation of the Pctah 
and capture of the fort of Nurjioond, and defeat of Tantia Topee at Chnpra Burode (twice 
mentioned in despatches. Medal). 

1 1 1 Capts. Mercer and Milwurd served Ihe siege of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal & Clasp). 
11"2 Captain Colelongh was noininatcd to the 4th Class of the Medjidie for services 

with tlie late Osmanli Horse Artillery. 

113 .Major Chermside ser\ed in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle 
of Inkerman and siege of Sebastopol as Adjutant to the siege train (Medal and Clasp, and 
5th Class of the Medjidie). 



185 War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 

114 Captain Blossc served at the siege and fall of Scbastopol in 1855 (Medal and Clafp). 

115 Captain Anson served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855 in the trenches with the 
siege train, and at the bombardments of 6th and 17th June (Medal and Clasp, and 5th 
Class of the Medjidie). 

116 Lt.Colonei Gordon served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inlcerman, siege and capture of Sebastopol (Mediiland 
Clasps, Sardinian Medal, Brevets of Major and Lt.Col., and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 
Served in India in 1857-58, and was present at tlie actions of Pandora and Doundeakeira 
(mentioned in despatclies, Medal). 

117 Major Moubray served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle 
of Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol (wounded in the trendies) with the Siege train, 
bombar dments of October and April, and battle of Tchernaya (Medal ai'.d Clasps, Brevet 
Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

118 Major Boothby served the Eastern campaign of 1854-65, including the affair of 
M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma and Inkerman, the siege of Sebastopol, and repulse 
of the sortie on the 26th Oct. 1854 (Medal and Clasps, Kniglit of the Legion of Honor, 
and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

119 Lt.Col. H(m. E. T. Gage served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Brigade Major 
to the Royal Artillery, and was present at the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, 
the battlesof Alma, Balaklava, and Iidierman, capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol (Medal and Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Col., Sardinian Medal, and 5th Class of 
the Medjidie) ; was also present with the Turkish army under Omar Pasha during the ope- 
rations at Rudchuck and Giurgevo, in the summer of 1854, and Las received the Gold 
Medal for the campaign on the Danube, awarded to him by the Turkish Government. 

120 Captain Bayly served in India in 1858, and conmianded a small force sent from 
Kurrachee to reduce a fort on Beyt Island, and was dangerously wounded on 2nd April. 

121 Major Barstow served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of 
Bulsranac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege 
of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Was present at the cap- 
ture of Canton in Dec. 1857. 

122 Major Craufard served in 1855 with the siege train at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, 
and bombardment of 17th June; was also with the Kertch expedition (Medal and Clasp, 
and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

123 Major Thring served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal and Clasj)). 
Served in India in 1857-58 including the actions of Seeundra, Chanda, and Sultanpore, 
siege and capture of Lucknovv, and relief of Azimghur (five times mentioned in despatches, 
Brevet of Major, Medal and Clasp). 

125 Captain Bent was nominated to the 4th Class of the Medjidie for services, as 
Brigade Major, with the late Osmanli Horse Artillery. 

126 Major Tupper served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of 
Balaklava and Inkerman (wounded), the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and repulse of the 
sortie on the 26th October 1854 (Medal and Clasps, Brevet Major, Sardinian Medal, and 5th 
Class of the Medjidie). 

127 Captain Heyman served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal and 
Clasp, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

128 Major Hoste served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, 
Balaklava, and lukermnn, tiie siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th 
October 1854 (Medal and Clasps, GB., and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

129 Captain Taswell served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal and Clasp). 

130 Major Singleton served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of 
Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battlesof Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th October 1854 (Medal and Clasjjs, 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, and 5th Class cf the Medjidie). Served in India in 1858, and 
commanded the Artillery in tlie repulse of the mutinous Sepoys at Mooltan on 3Ist March. 

131 Majors Reilly (Brigade Major), Soady, and Carthew, served in the Eastern cam- 
paign of 1854-55, in the trenches with the siege train before Sebastopol, and at the bom- 
bardments ofApriland Junc(6tli and 17th): Medal and Clasp, andStli Class of the Medjidie. 
Majors Carthew and Reilly are Knights of the Legion of Honor. Major Reilly is a CB. 
Major Soady served in the Indian campaign in 1858-59, and commanded a field battery 
attached to the force under Lt.Col. Walker in the attack and defeat of the rebels occupying 
the fort and jungle of Bungaon, in April 1859 (mentioned in despatch, Medal), 

132 Major Saunders served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1856 (Medal and Clasp). 

133 Lt.Colonei C. H. Smith served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, in the trenches 
with the siege train, and at the bombardments of 6th and 17th June (Medal and Clasp, 
and Brevet of Mi'joi). Served the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the battle of 
Cawnpore on 6th Dec, and affair of Kalee Nuddy, and commanded the Artillery at the 
affair of Kankur, and operations before Sandee (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Lt.Colonei, Medal). 

134 Ca])tain J. L. Bolton served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
siege of Sel)astopol (Medal and Clasp). Served in India in 1867-58, and commanded the 
Artillery in the action at Pertabghur — wounded (Medal). 

135 Major D. S. Greene served in India iji 1857-68, including the action of Pandoo 



lF(ir Services of the OJJicers of the Royal Artillery. 186 
Nuddce, operations of the -iTtli, 2dtli and -iDth Nov. before Cnwnpore ami battle there on 
the 0th Dec. (four times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

13U Lt. Colonel Barry served the Kasteni eampaij^jii of 1854-iio, including the battles of 
Alm:i, BalAklava, and hikorinan, and sici,'e and fall ol Sobastopol (Medal and Clasps, Brevet 
Major, Sardinian .Medal, and 5th Class of llio Mtdjidie). Served in India in ISoT-JS in- 
cluding the relief of the garrison of Lucknow, battle of Cawnpore, siege and eaptuic of 
Lucknow — severely wounded (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel Medal 
and Clasps). ' 

1:37 Major Spurwuy served the Easteru campaign of 1851-55, including the battle of 
Inkerman, siege and fall of Subastopol (Medal and Clasp, Brevet Major, and Knight of 
the Legion of Honor). ° 

137t Major Henry served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of 
Inkermau, siege and fall of Sobastopol (.Medal and Clasps, Brevet Major, Sardinian Medal 
and 5tli Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian campaign in 1858-5!) and com- 
manded a field battery attached to Colonel Kelly's force in the attack and defeat of the 
rebel forces posted on the first range of the Nepaul Hills, on 25th and 28th March 1859 
(mentioned iu de>patc!i, Medal). 

138 Lt.Colonel Micheil served the Eastern cnmp.iign of 1854-55, including the buttles of 
Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, Brevet Major, Sardinian 
Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served tlie Indian campaign of 1857-58 in- 
cluding tlie storm and capture of Mean^junge, siege and capture of Lucknow, and com- 
manded tiie Koyal Horse Artillery at the afTair of Tigree, relief of Azimghur action near 
Azimutghur, operations in the Jungle and capture of Jugd. spore, attack and capture of 
Tironl (four times mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal and Clasi.). 

139 Major Ingilby served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the aft'iirs of 
Bulganac and M'Keiizie's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (severely 
wounded), the siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 2Cih October 1854 
(Medal and Clasps, Brevet Major, Sardinian Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

14U Lt. Colonel i'ates served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including t!ie affair at 
M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Alma and Inkerman, sie-e of Sebastopol, and repulse of the 
sortie on the 2Gth October 1854 (Modal :ind Clasps, Brevet Major, Sardinian Medal, and 
5th Class of the Medjidie). Served the Indian campaign of 1857-58. present at the 
action of Secundra, siege and capture of Lucknow, commanded Royal Plorso Artillery at 
the affairs of Saragunge on 2:3rd and 2'Jth July, also commanded the Artillery in the 
actions at Sultanpore on 13th and 28th Aug. 1858 (three times mentioned in despatches 
Brevet of Lt.Colunel, :^Iedal and Clasi.). '' 

141 Major W. J. Williams served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1855 (wounded) 
in trenches with siege train, and at bombardments of 6th and I7th June (Medal and Clasn' 
and 5th Class of the Medjidie). ^ ' 

142 Major C. F. Young served in India in 1858, and was present at the siege and 
capture of Lucknow, relief of .\zimghur, operations in the Jungle and capture of Ju<'des- 
pore (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

143 Major Fennycuick served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle 
of Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, Sardinian Medal, and 5tli Class 
of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the relief of 
Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec, actions of Seria Ghat Chanda 
and Sultanpore, siego and capture of Lucknow, and acti.m of Barree (Medal and Clasps). ' ' 

144 Major Oldershaw served in the Eastern campaign of 1855, including the sie^e of 
Sebastopol in the trenches with the siege train and bombardment of April ;''was employed 
on special service in 1855-56 (Medal and Clasp, Brevet of Major, and 5th Class of the 
Medjidie). 

145 Lt.Col. N. O. S. Turner served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal 
and CUsp, Brevet of Major, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served in India in 1858 and 
was present at the siege and capture of Lucknow, affair of Tigree, relief of Azimghur 
action near Azimutghur, operations in the Jungle and capture of Jugde.-pore (three times 
mentioned in despatches. Medal and Clasp). 

147 Cai>tain P. J. Campbell served in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). Also at the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1855 ( Medal and Clasp). 

148 Lt. Colonel F. C. Maude commanded the Royal Artillery throughout the operations 
with General Havelock's Column in lti57 including the defeat of the Rebels at Futtehpore 
actions of Aoung, Pandoo Nuddee, Cawnpore, Oonao, Buscerut Gungo, Mnngarwar relief 
and defence of the Residency of Lucknow; with Outram's force at the Alumbagh from 
Jan. to March 1858; also at the siege and cai)ture of Lucknow (repeatedly mentioned iu 
despatches, Brevets of Major and Lt.Col., CB., Victoiia Cross, Medal and Clasps). 

140 Captain Twiss served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855 ( Medal and Clasp). Served 
at Canton with the force under Rear Admiral Seymour in 1850-57. 

150 Major R. Curtis serred at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1855, in the trenches 
with the siege train (Medal and Cla8i>). 

151 Captains Sievwright and Scale served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1855 
(Medal and CInsp). 

152 .Major Dickson served the Eastern campaign of 1854-5^, including the battles of 
Alma and Balaklava, siege and fall r,f Seba.slojioj, in the trenches with the siege train, and 
at the bombardments of April, and Cth and 17th June (Medal and Clasps Kui^'ht of 
the Legion of Honor, and 5th Clasa of the Medjidie). ' ° 



187 War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 

153 Major Richards served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the aiFairs of 
Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma (horse sliot), Balaklava, and Inkerman 
(horse killed), siege of Sebastopol and lepulse of the sortie on tlie 26th Oct. 1854 (Medal 
and Clasps, and Knight of the Legion of Honor). 

154 Major Hope served in the Eastern camp;iign of 1854-55, including the battle of 
Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol (wounded), in the trenches with the siege train, and 
at the bombardments of October, April, and (ith and 17tli June (Medal and Clasps, Brevet 
Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

155 Major Brendon served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of 
M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma and Inkerman, the siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of 
the sortie on the 26th Oct. 1854 (Medal and Clasps, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

153 Major de Havilland served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including tiie battles 
of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps and Brevet Maj^r). 

157 Major Lukin served the Eastern cami)aign of 1854-55, including tlie battles of 
Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol, in the trenches with the siege 
train, and at the bocnbardmeiits of April and June (Hth and 17th) (Medal and Clasps, 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

158 Major Waleott served at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal and Clasp, Brevet 
of Major, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, in- 
cluding the action of Futtehghur, battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec, and action of Slieriihur 
Ghat (mentioned in dispatch. Medal). 

159 Major Davis served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and at the battle of 
Tchernava, in 1855 (Medal and Clasp, Victoria Cross, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

160 Major Bredin and Captain Watson served in the Enstern camp;dgn of 1854-55, 
including the battle of Inkerman and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, and Brevet 
Major). Major Bredin was nominated to the 4th Class of the Medjidie for services with 
the late Osmanli Horse Artillery. 

161 Major W. J. Bolton served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, in the trenches with 
the siege train before Sebastopol, and at the bombardments of October, April, and 6th and 
17th June (Medal and Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and 5ih Class of the Medjidie). 

163 Major Sinclair served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, in the trenches during 
the bombardment of the 17th Oct. 1854, with the 18-pouiider guns at the battle of Inker- 
man, and bombardment of 10th April 1855. Severely wounded, left thigh fractured, left 
arm broken, and left hand smashed (Medal and Clasps, Brevet Major, Sardinian Medal, and 
5th Class of the Medjidie). 

163 Major H. L. Talbot served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the relief 
of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec, siege and capture of Lucknow, 
actions of Ban-ee and Sirsee (Medal and Clasps). 

164 Captain W. J. Wilson served in 1855 in the trenches, as Adjutant of the Left Siege 
Train at the siege of Sebastopol and bombardments of 6th and 17th June; also present 
at the fall of Sebastopol and battle of the Tchernaya (Medal and Clasp, and Sih Class of 
the Medjidie). 

165 Major Simpson and Captain Lyons served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, in- 
cluding the battle of Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, in the trenches with the siege train, and 
bombardments of Oct. and Apr. ( Medal and Clasps, and Knights of the Legion of Honor;. 

166 Major Penn served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, as an Assistant Engineer, 
with the siege train in the trenches before Sebastopol, and at the bombardments of October, 
April, and June (6fii and 17th); he was also at the battle of Inkerman (Medal and Clasps, 
Brevet Major, Sardinian Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

167 Capt;nn Morris served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Bala- 
klava and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, and 5th Class of the 
Medjidie). 

168 Captain Rotton served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1855 (Medal and Clasp). 

169 Captain Byrne served at the siege and fall of Sebastopol in 1855, and with the 
Expedition to Kertch (Medal and Clasp). 

170 Major Taddy served tlie Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bul- 
ganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps, Bt. Major, Sardinian Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

171 Captain C. Johnston served in India in 1857-58 and was present at the battle of 
Cawnpore on 6th Dec. (Medal). 

172 Major Field served in the Kaffir war of 1851-2 (Medal). Served in India in 1858, 
and was present with the Central Indian Field force at the attack and capture of Fort 
Lahorie, attack on Koonch, and capture of Calpee (mentioned in despatch. Medal). 

173 Major J. M'C. Campbell served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the 
action of Kalee Nuddee, siege and capture of Lucknow, assault and capture of Fort Birwah 
(twice mentioned in despatches. Medal and Clasp, and Brevet Major). 

174 Major Miller served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of 
Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, the siege of Sebasiopd and