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THE NEW 

ANNUAL ARMY LIST 

MILITIA LIST, 

AND 

INDIAN CIVIL SERVICE LIST, 

FOE 1880, 

(BEING TEE FORTY-FIRST ANNUAL VOLUME,) 

CONTAINING 

DATES OF COMMISSIONS, AND A SUMMARY OF THE WAR SERVICES 
OF NEARLY EVERY OFFICER IN THE ARMY, ORDNANCE, 
MARINES, AND INDIAN STAFF CORPS, 
AND INDIAN LOCAL FORCES. 

Corrected to the 31st December, 1879. 



WITH AN INDEX. 

BY THE LATE 

LIEUTENANT GENERAL H. G. HART 

EDITED^^SSON. 

LONDON: 
JOHN MURE AY, ALBEMARLE STREET. 

1SS0. 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Aides de Camp to the Queen 3 

Army Pav Department 37 1 

Artillery, Roval l6 4 

Bengal Army, &c 43° 

Bengal Staff Corps 4"> 

Bombay Army, &c 5 22 

Bombay Staff Corps 5*3 

Cavalry Depot at Canterbury 3 6 3 

Chaplains' Department 39° 

Ohauea Hospital I2 ° 

Colonels 3 6 

Commissariat and Transport Department 3 66 

Depanment of Artillery Studies 362 

Dragoon Guards 136 

Dragoons, and other Cavalry 143 

Engineers, Roval 204 

Field Marshals 4 

Foot Guards 229 

Foot (Numbered Regiments) 234 

Foreign Orders 645 

'-'-' 

Genual Officers 4 

Gentlemen at Arms, the Honourable Corps of 130 

Half-pay List 5 68 

Hibernian Military School 128 

Horse Guards, Royal Regiment of 135 

Index 659 

Indian Civil Service 74 1 

Kiluminham Hospital 128 

Lieutenant Colonels 62 

Life Guards 133 

Local Indian Army, Officers of. 402 

Madras Army, &c 49* 

Madras Staff Corps 480 

Majors 89 

Malta Fencibles 3 6z 

-. Royal 397 

i Department 377 

EQitary Academy at Woolwich, Royal 127 



Military Asvluni, Royal 128 

Military College at Sandhurst, Royal 127 

Military Establishments 128 

Military Knights of Windsor 132 

Military Prisons I2 8 

Militia 7" 

Militia, Field Officers Retired from 70* 

Mobilization of the Forces at Home "7° 

Netley Hospital I2 8 

Officers who have Retired on Full Pay or Pension 541 

Officers who have Certificates from R.M. College... 112 

( itlUvr- who have passed through the Staff College 112 

Onler of the Garter 640 

the Thistle 640 

St. Patrick 64c 

St. Michael and St. George 645 

the Bath 640 

the Star of India 640 

the Indian Empire 64S 

Ordnance Manufacturing Establishments 363 

Ordnance Store Department 369 

Quarter Master of Brigade Depot 108 

Recruiting Staff 3 6 3 

Retired General and Field Officers 604 

Rewards for Distinguished Services 129 

Rifle Brigade 356 

School of Gunnery 362 

School of Military Engineering 362 

School of Musketry at Hythe 362 

Staff. 115 

Staff— Sub Districts 118 

Staff Abroad 1220 

Staff College 127 

Staff Officers of Pensioners 364 

Veterinary Department 395 

Victoria Cross 646 

West India Regiments 360 

Yeomen of the Guard 132 



EXPLANATIONS. 



K.P. 

G.C.B. 

K.C.B. 

C.B. 

G.C.S.I. 

K.C.S.I. 
C.S.I. 



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 

CLE. Companion of the Order of the IndianEmpire. 
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. 
Peninsula, or the South of France. 
) Officers actually present in either of the actions of the 16th 17th or 18th June 1S15. Sucb 
(. Officers are allowed two years' additional service. 
UC Victoria Cross. 

The names of the General Officers on the Retired List — these General Officers being over 70 years of age— are 
indicated by an Italic letter r. prefixed to their names. 

The Figures prefixed to the Names denote the Battalions to which the Officers are actually attached; c. before the 
name denotes that the Officer has received a certificate from the Senior Department of the Royal Military College ; 
the Letters p.s.c. are placed before the Names of Officers who have passed through the Staff College ; and the Letter 
r. after the names of Officers of the Royal Marines employed on the Becruitiuff Service. The Letters p.s. after the 
name of a Militia Officer denote that lie has passed a School of Instruction. The * before the Name or Date of 
Commission denotes Temporary Rank only. The Letter p before the Date indicates that the Commission was pur- 
chased. 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 Dis- 
tinctions permitted to be borne by such Regiments on their colours and appointments, in commemoration of their 
Services. 



K.G. Knight of the Order of the Garter. 
K.T. Knight of the Order of the Thistle. 
Knight of the Order of St. Patrick. 
Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the Bath. 
Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath. 
Companion of the Order of the Bath. 
Knight Grand Commander of the Order of the 

Star of India. 
Knight Commander of the Star of India. 
Companion of the Star of India. 
33 Before the Name denotes that the Officer served in t 
3 Waterloo Medal. 



NOTICE. 

Late Corrections being a fruitful source of Errors of the Press, it is therefore indispensably 
necessary, in order to insure careful attention in next year's Volume, that Communi- 
cations be received NOT LATER than the end of October, but Earlier Communication 
i3 very much to be preferred ; and it is particularly requested that ALL Communications 
be addressed ONLY to 

The EDITOR of HART'S ARMY LIST, 

50, Albemarle Street, 

LONDON, W 
The Editor desires also to notify that he does not and cannot supply Ocpies of Hart's 
Army Lists either to regular Subscribers or to Occasional Purchaser?. 



HER MAJESTY QUEEN VICTORIA. 

Private Secretary to the Queen Lieutenant General Sir Henry Frederick Ponsonby, KCB. 

Aides de Camp to the Queen. 
Personal ( Field Marshal His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, KG. KT. KP. GCB. GrCSI. GCMG. 
Aides de Camp (Lt.Colonel His Royal Highness the Duke o/Connaught, KG. KT. KP. GCMG. GCSI. Rifle Brigade. 



Colonel Marquis of Donegal!, KP. GCH. Antrim Militia. 

W. F. Duke of Buccleuch, KG. Edinburgh Militia- 

Right Hon. John "Wilson, Lord Winmarleigh, 3 R. 

Lane. Militia. 

Robert Alex. Shafto, Lord Waveney, Suffolk Artillery 

Militia. 

C. Vise. Eversley, Hampshire Yeomanry Cavalry. 

F. K. Lord Methuen, R. Wiltshire Militia. 

W. A. C. Marquis o/Exeter, Northampton Militia. 

Wm. James E. Grant, CB. Royal Artillery. 

Robert Tolver, Lord Gerard, Lancashire Hussars 

Yeomanry Cavalry. 

William Bell, Royal Guernsey Militia. 

Thomas F. Wilson, CB. Bengal Staff Corps. 

Robert Phayre, CB. Bombay Staff Corps. 

Sir Chas. Hen. Brownlow, KCB. Bengal Staff Corps. 

Sir Peter Stark Lumsden, KCB. CSI. Bengal Staff 

Corps. 

Uffi John Watson, CB. Bombay Staff Corps. 

Richard Herbert Gall, CB. h.p. 14 Hussars. 

Horatio Harbord Morant, h.p. 27 F. 

- Sir Hugh Owen Owen, Bart. Royal Pembroke 

Artillery Militia. 

James Rose, Brigade Depot. 

Edward Chippindall, CB. Brigade Depot. 



Colonel George Harrington Hawes, h.p. 9 F. 

Hercules Atkin Welman, h.p. Depot Batt. 

Thomas Durand Baker, CB. 18 F. 

Rt. Hon. Frederick Arthur Stanley, MP. late Lt. 

and Captain Grenadier Guards; 1 Royal Lanca- 
shire Militia (>/•;, .■tnmerary). 

Hamond Weston Gwyn, Royal Marines. 

TiT Christopher Charles Teesdale, CB. Royal 

Artillery. 

Uffl: Sir Howard 1 Jraufurd Elphinstone, KCB. CMG. 

Royal Engineers. 

G. G. Earl of Warwick, Warwickshire Yeomanry 

Cavalry. 

Hon. Frederick Arthur Wellesley, Coldstream Gds. 

(Supernumerary) . 

Edward William Blackett, h.p. Depot Batt. 

James Godfray, Jersey Militia. 

Sir Francis Woman Fasting, CB. KCMG. Royal 

Marine Artillery. 

y'C Redvers Henry Duller, CB. CMG. 60 Foot. 

Francis Howell Jenkins, CB. Bengal Staff Corps. 

John Dyde, CMG. late Commandant of Montreal 

Volunteers (Honorary). 
Lt.Colonel Casimir S. Gzowski, Staff Officer to Engineer 
Force in Canada (Honorary) . 



Her Majesty's Secretary of State for War Right Hon. Colonel F. A. STANLEY, MP. 

Private Secretary Ralph Dalyell. 

Assistant Private Secretary Captain G. W. A. FitzGeorge, 20 Hussars. 

Her Majesty's Parliamentary Under Secretary of) ni hf Son vhct Bury KCMG. late of Scots Guards. 
State for War ) * V 



Private Secretary Arthur T. Liddell. 



Her Majesty's Permanent Under Secretary of State \ 



Ralph W. Thompson, CB. 



for War . 

Private Secretary J.W.Cooper. 

Assistant Under Secretary of State Colonel H. G. Deedcs, late of 60 Ri 

Legal Secretary Charles Mathew Clode. 



Her Majesty's Surveyor General of the Ordnance 



' Lt.Colonel Lord Eustace B. 
Coldstream Guards, MP. 



H. Gascoyne-Cecil, late ol 



Private Secretary Owen Henry 

Director of Supplies and Transport Arthur Lawrence Haliburton. 

Assistant to the Director of Supplies and Transport. George Lawson, 

Commissary General at Head Quarters Fitzjames Edward Watt. 

,.. . . , .... , i. ( Major General Fred. Alex. Campbell, CB. Roya 

Director of Artillery and Stores ( Artillery, 1 Aug. 75. 

, . , . ,-,. . j. , .... , „, (p.s.c. Colonel W. H. Goodenough, Roval Artillery . 

A^sfant Directors of Artillery and Stores [it.Colonel II. J. Alderson, Royal Artillery. 



Direct 

Inspe 



of Contracts 

• General of Fo-t 



Royal Artillery. 

Evan C. Nepean. 

and Director off General Sir J. Lintorn A. 



Simmons, GCB. Royal 
l Engineers, 1 Aug. 75. 

Aide de Camp Captain C. M. Watson, Royal Engineers. 

Deputy Director of Works, for Fortifications Colonel C. B. P. N. H. Nugent, CB. Royal Engineers. 

AitUt'ant Director of Works, for Fortifications... Colonel J. H. Smith, Royal Engineers. 

Deputy Director of Works, for Barracks Colonel P. Ravenhill, CB. Royal Engineers. 

A ... t -n- 4 J ttt 1 * t> 1 ( Colonel G. E. L. Walker, Roval Engineers. 

Assistant Directors of Works, for Barracks ^ ColQnel G> Graham ; f .j,; Royal Engineers. 



etor of Submarine Defences Colonel W. Crossman, CMG. Royal Engineers. 

Assixtanl Inspector of Submarine Defences Major S. Anderson, CMG. Royal Engineers. 

The Financial Secretart (TC Lt. Colonel R. J. Loyd-Lindsay, MP. late of 

I Guards. 

Private Secretary George M. Farquharson. 

Accountant General William Henry White. 

Deputy Accountant General R. K. Knox. 

Assistant Accountant General H. T -De !a Eere. 



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Major Generals. 



27 May 42 
23 Mar. 38 
22 Oct. 41 
9 Aug. 39 
13 Dec. 36 

19 Mar. 39 
31 Dec. 44 
11 Oct. 39 

20 May 37 
19 Feb. 41 
27 May 42 

7 May 4? 

2 July 41 
:S June 36 



9 Apr. 47 

7 Apr. 38 
30 Apr. 41 
29 Jan. 41 
15 Apr. 36 
14 Dec. 37 
14 Dec. 37 
n Jan. 43 
19 June 44 
19 Dec. 44 
18 June 42 

2 Sept. 45 
12 June 40 

7 June 39 
23 Apr. 47 
27 May 36 



William Payn, 147 CB., Commanding My- \ 

rt.re Liuiswn 1 if the Madras Army ) 

Thomas Ross 148 

Henry EdwinWeare, 149 CB 

Henry Meade Hamilton, 130 CB 

Henry Philip (bmdenough, R. Artillery .. 

John Turner, CB. Royal Artillery 

Fred. A. /.W Chelmsford, 151 GCB 

Hruadlcv Harrison 152 

Edw. Wm. DeLaneey Lowe," 3 CB 

Jin, 1. Aug. G. C. Chichester 154 

c.Wm. Albert Stratton 133 

Wm. Henry Seymour, 156 CB 

.ViY Win. Kii^cil. Hty-'-CB 

Spencer We.-tmacott, Royal Engineers .. 

Sir Fred. W. John Fitz Wvgram,B«r/., 15S ) s T , 

Commanding Cav. Brigade at Aldershot >' J +J 

FffiJohn C. Guise, 159 CB 6 June 45 

c. John Wm. Cox, 160 CB ,26 June 38 

Henry Lynedoch Gardiner, R. Art 14 Dec. 37 

Si> Mich. A. B. Biddulph, A*CB. R.Art... .[17 June 43 

Alfred Aug. Chapman 161 20 May 42 

Geo.W.A.'lIiggiuson,' 6 * CB 

Robert Hume, 10 * CB., Commanding a~> 

DioUion irf the Bengal Army j 

Charles William Green 

Andrew Browne, 165 CB 

Francis Peyton, 16 ' Com. Brigade, Alderthot 

JSartholomew O'Brien, 108 CB 

Robert Barker Badclilfe, R.Art 

Cha. Wright Younghushund, CB. R. Art... 

Edw. Bruce Hamley, CB. R. Art 

Samuel E. Gordon, CB. R. Art 

lion. Edw. Tho. Gage, CB. R.Art 

Ghas. Stuart Henry, CB. R, Art 

Cadwa 11a der Adams, 1 ™ CB 

Geo. W. Talbot Rich, 1 ?" CB 

John Wellesley Thomas, 1 " CB 

Wm. Thomas Dickson 

William Wilby, 1 " CB., Commanding the') 

Troops in Ceylon $ I 

Hen. Harpur Greer. i73 CB 10 Sept. 41 

Henry Bird 1 "* 27 Sept. 42 

p.s.e. Robert Carey, 1 " 5 CB 15 Nov. 39 

Robert William Lowry, 176 CB 29 Dec. 40 

Thomas Lightfoot, 177 CB 1 June 38 

Uffi Hon. Sir Henry Hugh Clifford, 178 ) 

CB. KCMG., Commanding at the Cape V 7 Aug. 46 

of Good Hope ) 

Henry D'Oyley Torrens, 179 CB 18 Sept. 49 

William Forbes Macbean 7 July 37 

Wm. Aug. Fyers, 180 CB 17 Oct. 34 

AVm. Drysdale, 1 - 1 CB 29 Dec. 35 

Henry Hope Crealock, 18 * CB. CMG 13 Oct. 48: 

JohnN. Sargent 183 CB 19 Jan. 44 

e. Charles Sawyer 183 t 6 Sept.33! 

Rich. G. Amherst Luard 184 6 July 45 

Edward Seager, 13 *r CB 17 Sept. 41 

Dudley C. P., Lord de Ros, Lord in Wait- \ j, j 

ing to the Queen j ' 45 

Henry Ralph Browne, 185 Commanding a \\ ., . , 

Brigade at Sauaor j 3 { ' 4 

Tho. Robt. Crawley lf6 .19 Dec. 34 

Arnold Thompson, Royal Artillery 19 Mar. 39 

Wm. Humphreys Kirby 187 14 Oct. 36 

c.George John Peacocke i 8 July 42 

Jas. Robt. Stcadman Sayer, 188 CB '23 May 45 

Wm. Collier Menzies, Royal Engineers ' 5 May 37 

i'irRobt.MichaelLaftan.AC.Uw.R. Eng. \\ Mnv 

Gov. and Commander in Chief, Bermuda .} , 5 y 37 

c.Alex. Cunningham Robertson, 189 CB 15 Sept. 37 

James F. M. Browne, CB. Royal Engineers 1 Jan. 42 

Alastair M'lan Macdonald 190 27 Mar. 46 

Robert White, 191 CB 15 Oct. 47 

John Rlick Spurgin, 192 - OB. CSI. 10 Aug. 42 

Aug. Wm. Murray, 19 °t CB 28 Dec. 32 

p.t.c. Dominic J. Gamble, 193 CB. Com- ) ' . 

mandingat Barbadoeg..... <- ; i9 Apr. 4 4 

George Bryan Milman, 1 '' 1 CB. Major of ) I „ 

the Tower of I a i , H24.lM.ay 39 

Edward Elenry Fisher, If. Artillery 19 Mar. 39 

!•:. c. 11., v. <rd Clarina 195 ! 8 Oct. 47 

John Ross, 196 CB. Commanding a Brigade') i » 6 

in Bent/a/ j 1 14 * " 4 

William Preeland Brett 19 * 1 Apr. 42 

Robert B. Hawley, 194 OS. Depuiy Adju- \ „ A „ 

to nt General j "' 3 

Frederick Arthur Willis, 199 CB 27 Sept. 44 

Franci I larey 22 May 35 

James R ibertG bbon, CB It. Artillery 18 Dec. 40 

c.Cha. B. P. Gordon, 800 CB \...ji 3 Dec. 33 

Robert Stuart Baynes, 40 ' Colonial Seere 

tin-'l, Gibraltar 



12 Jan. 44 

18 May 41 
22 Dec. 43 

26 Oct. 41 

13 Aug. 39 
7 May 41 

28 Nov. 45 
7 Sept. 41 

12 Mar. 41 
22 Nov. 42 

19 Nov. 44 
10 June 52 

27 Feb. 46 
5 May 38 

17 May 44 

13 Oct. 48 

22 Apr. 40 

16 Mar. 40 

26 Apr. 44 

17 Jan. 45 

14 Feb. 45 
30 Nov. 49 

13 Mar. 40 

14 Oct. 42 

27 May 42 
13 July 38 
13 May 40 

19 June 40 

15 Sept. 43 
1 Apr. 46 
1 Apr. 46 

18 May 43 

23 Mar. 47 
15 Apr. 42 

7 Sept. 41 
25 Feb. 48 
7 Oct. 37 

20 Aug. 44 
iS Apr. 45 

19 Nov. 41 
12 May 43 
30 Oct. 40 

3 Apr. 49 



14 Mar. 51 

4 June 47 

26 May 48 

11 May 49 
9 Nov. 46 

30 June 48 

27 Dec. 50 

7 June 44 
23 May 45 

3 Aug. 49 

30 Mar. 49 

20 Dec. 54 
16 Apr. 47 

1 Apr. 46 
22 Dec. 48 

6 June 54 

9 Apr. 47 

9 Nov. 46 

1 4 Oct. 50 

13 Apr. 49 

12 Jul j' 50 

21 Sept. 54 

14 May 47 

8 Sept. 46 
3 Sept. 50 

2 Aug. 50 

9 Nov. 46 

28 Nov. 4 e 
14 May 50 
28 July 52 

1 Sept. 52 
28 June 49 

5 Dec. 51 
12 Nov. 47 
14 May 47 

25 Apr. 51 
1 10 Dec. 47 

31 Dec. 47 
9 Sept. 51 

14 May 47 
18 Feb. 48 

26 June 51 



6 June 56 24 Mar. 

22 Oct. 52 
12 Dec. 54 
12 Dec. 54 



12 Dec. 54 

2 Nov. 55 

5 Nov. 52 

1 July 57 

6 July 55 
15 Apr. 56 

13 May 58 
13 Aug. 57 
12 Aug. 58 

:g Feb. 5S 

3 Nov. 57 
5 Dec. 54 
■o July 55 

2 Dec. 54 
:S May 55 
2 Dec. s4 



:2 Dec. 54 
:2 Dec. 54 
;2 Dec. 54! 
17 July 55 
:2 Dec. 54! 

6 June 56 
3 Dec. 54 

19 May 54 

7 Aug. 55 ; 15 Feb. 59 
29 Dec. 54 

6 June 56 

6 June 56 
15 June 55 
24 Mar. 5S 



Henry Radford Norman, 40 * ( . 



...|i 3 Dec. 33 
j; 28 July 43 



1 23 Feb. it 



8 May 


Si 


7 Jan. 




20 May 36 


31 Aug 


3* 


24 Dec. 


52 


11 Sept. 46 


S Apr. 


36 


14 May 


47 


20 June 


43 


5 May 48 


19 Sept. 48 


9 Mar 


42 


13 Aug 


40 


28 Dec. 


tf 


24 Oct. 


45 


31 Mar 


48 


1 Aug. 38 


1 Apr. 


39 


20 Aug 


4 1 


1 Apr. 


45 


12 Nov 


47 


22 Dec. 


48 


1 June 


47 


28 Nov. 


37 


25 Feb. 


45 


20 Sept 


42 


5 June 




21 Nov 


5 1 


29 Dec. 


48 


6 Dec. 


44 


31 Dec. 


39 


8 May 46 


2 Sepl 


•37 


23 Nov 


41 


.7 Feb. 


37 


27 Mar 


4« 


3 Apr 


4 2 



9 Dec. 54 

1 Sept. 54 
8 June 49 

7 May 47 
29 Oct. 47 
29 Dec. 54 
18 Nov. 53 

8 Aug. 45 
23 Nov. 52 
26 Oct. 54 
31 Oct. 51 



5 Dec. 49 
3 Oct. 54 

40^20 July 47 
38 1 7 Bee. 45 
•- 21 June 50 
•>2 Nov. 
1 Apr. 46 
1 May 46 
1 Nov. 45 
7 Feb. 54 

6 June 54 
26 Mar. 52 

3 Nov. 56 

5 Nov. 42 

6 July 52 

29 Jan. 47 

30 June 48 
14 Jan. 53 

29 Dec. 54 
25 June 51 
:o Jan. 51 
[6 Jan. 52 

7 July 43 

30 June 48 
!S Apr. 45 

5 Mar. 53 

4 Oct 



26 Oct. 58 
6 June 56 
6 June 56 

15 Sept. 57 
26 Dec. 56 
28 Aug. 57 
26 Oct. 58 
24 Mar. 58 

16 June 58 

6 May 5S 

7 July 58 
20 July 58 
13 Oct. 59 
26 July 58 
24 Mar. 58 
20 July 58 

9 Aug. 58 
1 6 June 56 

17 Sept. 58 
2 Nov. 55 



Nov. 55 8 Oct. 58 



7 Apr. 54 
.2 Dec. 54 
:2 May 54 
:2 Dec. 54 



26 Oct. 58 
6 June 56 
26 Oct. 58 
26 Oct. 58 
26 Oct. 5S 
26 Oct. 58 
2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 55 
6 June 56 
20 July 5 S 
31 Dec. 58 
26 Oct. 58 



18 Feb. 59 
28 Jan. 59 
28 Oct. 59 
26 Dec. 56 
4 Apr. 59 



31 Mar 

1 Apr. 
10 Apr. 

12 Apr. 

15 Sept 
iS Mar. 
30 Apr. 
19 May 

2 June 

16 June 
30 June 

7 July 
2oJuly 

13 Oct. 
26 July 

7 Aug, 
4 Sept. 
9 Aug. 

4 Aug. 

7 Sept. 
30 Sept. 

8 Oct. 

9 Oct. 

3 Oct. 
23 Oct. 

"Oct. 
26 Oct. 
26 Oct. 

2 Nov. 

2 Nov. 

2 Nov. 

2 Nov. 

7 Nov. 

17 Nov. 
n Dec. 

5 Jan. 

5 Feb. 

8 Feb. 

2 Feb. 
1 Mar. 

3 Mar, 

4 Apr. 



7 July 55 13 Apr. 



6 June 
15 Jan. 

2 Nov. 
19 Jan. 
26 Dec. 

2 Nov. 

1 Aug. 

2 Nov. 
31 Jan. 



56 26 Apr. 

58 j 1 May 
55.26 Dec. 
58 20 July 
56 20 July 

55 29 July 

56 20 July 
55 [20 July 
581 5 Aug. 



2 Nov 
26 Feb. 



29 Dec. 
7 May 
6 Feb. 

26 Aug. 

26 Oct. 

19 Jan. 

17 July 

12 Dec. 

12 Dec. 

19 Jan. 

26 June 



30 AUg. 59 

55 15 June 58 

58 23 Sept. 59 

;2 5 Sept. 59 

54 26 Apr. 59 
58,18 Oct. 59 

57 21 Oct. 59 

58 25 Oct. 59 
58J2S Nov. 59 

5 5 20 July 58 
55 26 Dec. 56 
54 13 Jan. 60 
54 21 Feb. 60 
58,24 Mar. 58 
S4 ! i6 Mar. 60 



6 June 56 1 1 June 6 

I 
30 Sept. 57 24 Mar. 58 



28 Jan. 1 
2 Nov. , 
6 June 

14 Aug. 
2 Nov. 
24 Mar. 
20 June 
20 July 

29 Aug 
26 Dec. 
20 July 



: Apr. 60 
) July 58 

56 20 July 

57 11 Nov. 57 
5518 May 60 

58 26 Apr. 59 
54 15 June 60 
58 21 July 60 

57 19 Jan. 
56 17 June 59 

58 26 Apr. 59 



6 3 ;28 0ct. 68. 
63 ! 28 0ct. 68 
63 9 Nov. 68 
63' 9 Nov. 68 

62 j 9 Nov. 68 
63] 9 Nov. 
63:10 Nov. 
63(18 Nov. 6& 
63! 18 Nov. 66 
63I24 Dec. 68 
63^4 Dec. 68 

63 ] 24 Dec. 68 

63 24 Dec. 68 

64 24 Dec. 68 
63(23 Mar. 69 
63123 Mar. 69 
63123 Mar. 69 
63 1 30 Mar. 69 

.63 30 Mar. 69. 
. 63 30 Mar. 69 
.63 17 May 69 
63 J 17 May 69 
63': 1 7 May 69 
63 1 7 May 69 
6 3 ( i7 May 69 
63 17 May 69 
63:17 May 69 
63 17 May 69 
,63117 May 69 
. 6317 May 69 
.63 17 May 69 
,63 17 May 69 
. 63117 May 69. 
6 3 ! i 7 May 69 

63 iS July 69 
64' 1 8 July 69 

64 18 July 69 
64 22 July 69 
6422 July 69 
64 22 July 6q 
64 22 July 69 
64 1 Aug. 69 



23 Apr. 64 



27 Apr. 
1 May 
8 June 

20 June 
6 July 

29 July 

30 July 
4 Aug. 



Aug. 69 



1 Aug. 69 

1 Aug. 69 
23 Aug. 69 

2 Jan. 70 
2 Jan. 70 

6411 Jan. 70 
64(11 Jan. 70 
6411 Jan. 70 
5 Aug. 64:13 Jan. 70 
30 Aug. 64 15 Jan. 70 



18 Sepi. 64 
23 Sept. 64 1 
25 Sept. 64 ! 

12 Oct. 64 
18 Oct. 64. 
21 Oct. 64 

25 Oct. 64! 
28 Nov. 64 

15 Dec. 64 

26 Dec. 64! 

13 Jan. 65 
21 Feb. 65 j 

9 Mar. 65 

16 Mar. 65 
21 Mar. 65 



15 Jan. 70 
6 Feb. 70 
6 Feb. 7» 
6 Feb. 70 
6 Feb. 7a 
6 Feb. 70 
6 Feb. 70 



30 Mar. 
1 Apr. 
3 Apr. 
3 Apr. 

6 May 

18 May 
21 May 

19 June 
21 July 

3 Aug, 

7 Sept. 
23 Sept. 



S Feb. 70 
!2 Feb. 70 
!2 Feb. 70 
1 Mar. 70 
1 Mar. 70 
1 Mar. 70 
1 Mar. 70 
1 Mar. 70 

1 Mar. 70 
1 Mar. 70 

1 Mar. 70 

1 Mar. 70 

1 Mar. 70 

. 18 Mar. 70 

165 18 Mar. 70 

65 1 18 Mar. 70 

65' iS Mar. 70 

65 26 Mar. 70 

65; 5 6 Mar. 70 



Major Generals. 



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c. G. Geo. C. Stapylton 2 " 3 
Geo. Courtenay Vialls, 2 "* CB. 



CORNET, 
2nd LIKVT. L 
OrENSIGN. 



James H. C. Robertson. 

Hon. Percy R. B. Feilding, 205 CB. Com- \ 

mantling at Malta > 

c. Wm. T. Laird Patterson 

John Guise Rogers Aplin 206 

Charles Hood 207 

"JiK. Charles Craufurd Fraser, 208 CB. > 

Commanding Ciirrui/h District > 

c. Robert John Eagar, 208 t CB 

Hon. S. J. G. Calthorpe 209 

r. Wm. G. Woods, CSI. Madras Staff C... 

Rob. N. Raikes, Bengal Staff Corps 

George Selby, R. Artillery 

r. George Vemer. Bengal Staff Corps 

Hon. Sir M. Ramsay, CB. KCSI. Beng. S.C. 

Alex. Boyd, Bengal Staff Corps 

Rich. C. Lawrence, CB. Bengal Staff Corps 

Henry Nicoll, Bengal Staff Corps 

Wm. Sparkes Hatch, Royal Artillery 

Andrew Win. Macintire, CB. R. Artillery 

G.A.Fisher, Bengal Staff Corps 

Crawford Coke. Madras Stall' Corps 

John Wilson, Madras StaffCorps 

Sept. H. Becher, Bengal StaffCorps 

Fred. D. Atkinson, Bengal StaffCorps .. 
Annesley Knox Core, Madras StaffCorps 

Cha. Harris, Bengal StaffCorps 

Fra. H. Scott, .Madras Staff Corps 

John S.D.Tulloch, Bengal StaffCorps.... 

Geo. W. Russell, Madras Staff Corps 

M. C. SpottiswLi.de. Madras StaffCorps... 

Henry Man, Madras Start' Corps 

Chas. L. Showers, Bengal StaffCorps 

Aug. Turner, Bengal Stall' Corps 

Henry Price de Teissier, Royal Artillery . 
W. C. R. Macdonald,C7i. Madras Staff C. 
Charles F. M. Mundy, Bengal StaffCorps 

A. R. Thornhill, Madras Stall' Corps 

John Patrick Redmond, 210 CB 

Edw. Gascoigne Bulwer, 211 CB. Com 

mandiii'i Chatham District 

J. C. Brooke, Bengal Stall' Corps 

Robert Woollev, Madras Start' Corps ... 
Edw. T. Dalton, CSI. Bengal StaffCorps. 
Lothian Nicholson, OB.RoyalEngineers, 

Lt. Governor of Jersey 

George Henry, Marquis of Couynghnm, 

Extra Equerry to the Queen 

William Hardy', 2 ' 2 CB 

c. JohnWalpole D'Oyly 

Robert Richards, Bombay Staff Corps 

Coote Synge Hutchinson 213 

John Henry Ford Elkington 215 



1 5 June 30 
20 Jan. 43 

2 July 29 

3 Aug. 45 
22 Feb. 39 



7 Oct 



7 Aug. 

, „ Oct. 

, ~^„. 37 - I Apr- 

26 June 44 20 Nov. 

3 Dec. 47 14 June 
:i June 30 25 Jan. 
>3 May 4S 23 May 

4 Mar. 2S 20 Jan. 

19 NOV. 20 28 Jlllle 

1 1 June 30 8 Aug. 
24 July 30 20 Apr. 
14 June 34 8 Jan. 
21 Jan. 35 27 Dec. 

13 June 34 17 Sept. 

12 Dec. 34 4 Not. 

10 Dec. 41 7 Jan. 
9 June 31 8 June 
9 June 31 1 Feb. 

12 Dec. 34 14 Feb. 

14 Dec. 32 19 Aug 

11 June 34 3 Oct. 
11 June 33 3 Oct. 
21 Jan. — 
19 Feb. 



[5 Feb. 
10 Mar. 
21 Jan. 

3 June 
: 1 Dec. 
24 Feb. 
23 Mar. 
27 Apr. 

7 Jan 



Augustus Fred. Steele 216 

Augustus Henry Lane Fox 217 

Henry Grierson 218 

Stephen Francis Charles Annesley 219 

Hon. John Jocelyn Bourke 220 

Sir Archibald Alison,Rr. 221 KCB. Deputy > 

Qr. Master Gen. Intelligence Branch ... j 

Lindsay Farrington 222 

John Bavly, CB. Royal Engineers 

Sir William F. D. Jervois, CB. GCMG. \ 

Ro3 - al Engineers ; Governor and Com- [• 

mander in Chief of South Australia J 

J. W. C. Williams, R, Marine Art 

Augustus Barnard Hankey 

Thomas Raikes, 223 CB., Commanding a\ 

Brigade of the Madras Army ) 

Edward Newdigate, 221 CB 

W. F. Loi-,1 Abinger, 225 CB 

C.Wm. Adair, CB. R. Marines 

Charles R. W. Hervey, CB. Bombay S.C. 

Jas.E. Gastrell, llengal StaffCorps 

Gustavus Nigel K. A. Yonge 226 

Aug. Wm. H. Meyrick 22 ? 

Frederick Marshall, 2 * CMG 

John Henry Stewart, R. Marines 

Alfred Bassano, 229 CB 

George W.Forbes, R. Marines 

Thomas Thompson, Madras StaffCorps... 

W. H.B. de Horsey 230 

Y€ Sir Hen. M. Havelock, -B<. 231 CB. ) 

MP. for Sunderland ) 

Richard Buckley Prettejohn, 232 CB 

Conyers Tower, 233 CB 

Martin Dillon, 235 C.B.C,SX.^s«irf. Military > 

Secretary $ 

•S. J. K. Whitehill, Bombay StaffCorps ... 
■e. Wm. Gordon Cameron, 23 " CB. Com- \ 

manding a Brigade at Aldershot ) 

Thomas L. John Gallwey, R. Engineers., 



13 Jan. 
22 May 
30 Dec 



42 28 Apr. 
46 25 Mar. 
27 Feb. 



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34 5 Mar. 

35 8 Oct. 

34 28 June 
37 17 Aug. 
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35 25 Oct. 
42 29 Sept 

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19 Mar. 39 



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31 Mar 

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40 9 June 

37 9 June 
36] 12 Dec. 

37 10 Nov. 
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36 22 Feb. 

39 3 May 

38 3 Apr. 

40 14 June 

39 18 July 
39 31 Dec. 

38 iS Apr. 

39 27 Oct. 

37 13 June 
11 Dec. 
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37 26 Aug. 
43 20 May 
50 21 Sept. 

40 12 June 

38 16 Oct. 
3 June 



19 Oct. 50 
8 May 46 
5 Sept. 43 
8 Oct. 39 
1 Aug. 5 
30 Mar. 49 
17 Mar. 43 
16 May 45 
33 24 Feb. 37 
1 "Aug. 41 
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12 Oct. 
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2 Oct. 54 6 June 56 , ^^. ou 
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43 27 
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42 14 Apr. 46 
46 12 June 46 
38 12 Feb. 42 
35 12 Nov. 39 
35 8 Oct. 39 
34 29 June 37 
8 Sept. 46 
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38 17 Aug. 42 
46 24 May 48 
40 12 Aug. 43 



36 4 Mar 

22 Nov. 44 
46 23 June 48 
38 18 Oct. 39 
44 6 June 45 
43 14 Nov. 44 
36 3 Oct. 40 



i8 Sept. 57 
6 June 56 
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49,14 Dec. 55 
45; 17 July 55 
51 1 2 Nov. 55 

54 ! 20 July 58 
44 j 2 Nov. 55 
55! 2 Nov. 55 
43120 June 54 
44 '28 Nov. 54 
45 15 Sept. 55 

45 18 May 50 
49 15 July 57 
47 19 Jan. 58 
49 19 Jan. 58 
49 19 Jan. 58 
54 19 Jan. 58 

46 20 July 58 
46 14 Nov. 58 
49 7 July 59 

46 20 July 59 
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47 1 26 Apr. 60 
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47 1 i Fell, 61 
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4 S 18 Feb. 61 
49 j 18 Feb. 61 



46 15 May 59 

48 1 1 May 55 

54 26 Jan. 58 

19 Aug. 59 

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, y .8 Feb. 61 13 Nov. 6. 
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22 Oct. 47 

1 June 49 
ii Nov. 53 
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3 Sept. 47 

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20 Nov. 54 

29 May 49 

4 Mar. 54 

30 Apr. 52 

23 Nov. 49 
26 Nov. 51 

2 Nov. 46 
9 Mar. 49 
1 Jan. 47 

22 Feb. 50 



25 Sept. 60 
20 July 58 

6 June 56 
23 Nov. 55 
12 Nov. 60 
23 Nov. 60 

23 Nov. 60 
18 Jan. 61 

15 Feb. 6: 
15 Feb. 6: 
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18 Feb. 6: 
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26 Apr. 59 

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7 Dec. 



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7 Oct. 59 



12 Dec. 54 

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27 May 56 26 Apr. 59 
6 June 56 24 Mar 
2 Dec. 59 25 Mar. 62 
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29 Sept. 54 



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8 Apr. ■ 

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19 Jan. 58 
18 Feb. 61 
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29 Oct. 64 
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ji May 65 
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[2 Dec. 54 



13 Feb. 61 

20 June 62 

29 July 62 

30 July 62 
30 Apr. 61 
24 Apr. 55 
29 May 63 
11 Dec. 61 
11 Dec. 61 

15 June 62 
22 June 55 

6 Mar. 63 
5 Nov. 64 

16 Mar. 60 
10 Nov. 65 

17 Jan. 62 
13 Mar. 57 



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26 Sept. 65 1 26 

17 Sept. 65 j 16 

7 Oct. 65 1 26 
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23 Nov. 65! 25 

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13 June 66 
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16 Sept. 66 

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19 Nov. 66 
7 Jan. 67 

20 Jan. 67 
22 Jan. 67 

18 Feb. 67 
3 Mar. 67 
S Mar. 67 

17 Mar. 67 

25 Mar. 67 

26 Mar. 67 

: Apr. 67 

20 June 67 
29 July 67 



19 Jan. 58 

20 July 58 
17 May 61 
20 July 58 
30 Apr. 60 
24 Apr. 55 
14 May 5 , 



26 Apr. 59 

3 July 60 

4 Aug. 63 

5 Feb. 61 

7 Jan. 62 

8 Feb. 63 
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30 July 67 
23 Oct. 67 
21 Nov. 67 
29 May 68 
Dec. 66 
._ Dec. 66 
23 Dec. 67 
13 Feb. 68 
6 Mar. 68 
5 Nov. 69 

16 Mar. 68 
10 Nov. 70 

17 Jan. 67 
29 Apr. 68 
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15 Aug. 68 
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25 Dec. 77 

" Feb. 7 S 

13 Feb. 7 3 

18 Mar. 78 

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20 Mar. 7S 

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2 May 7 S 
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1 July 7 3 



Major Generals. 



COBNET, 
2nd LIEUT. 
Or ENSIGN. 



Geo. Alex. Leckie. Bombay Staff Corps 

Charles Baring 9 

William Hill 2 " 

F. John Richards, B. Marines 

William Cosmo Trevor, 24 -' CB 

Edward Burgovne Cure ton 2 ** 

Sir JohnCheth'amM-Leocl.-'* 6 KCB 

K.D.Abbott, CB. Madras Staff Corps 

Y€ Mark Walker, 2 *" CB 

Henry Andrew Sarel, 246 CB 

Robert Cadell.CB. Royal Artillery 

James Thomas Walker, CB. R. Engineers 
Alexander Fraser. CB. Royal Engineers 
William C. Era. Gosling-. Royal Artillery 
John Augustus Fuller, Royal Engineers 

James Crofton, Royal Engineers 

John Anthony Angelo, Royal Artillery... 

Alexander Cadell, Ro.\ al Engineers 

Arthur Bunny, CB. Royal Artillery 

William John Gray, Royal Artillery 

Henry William Gulliver, R. Engineers ... 
Napier George Campbell, Royal Artillery 
Frederick Richard Maunsell, COB. R. Eng. 

Charles Pollard, Roval Engineers 

>"e Sir Fred. S. Roberts, KCB. R. Art.... 
John M'K. Macintvre, Royal Artillery ... 

Randal Joseph Feilden,"i" Cttfff 

Sir Roger Wm. Henry Palmer, Bart.**"... 

Charles M'Arthur, Royal Marines 

Sir Seymour John Blanc, Bart.- 53 CB. ... 

Edward Lawes Pym, Royal Marines 

Edw. Wm. Bondier, Madras Staff Corps 
y~€ James Hills, CB. Royal Artillery ... 

Archibald Richard Harenc 25 * 

James Gubbins 255 

re Gerald Littlehales Goodlake 256 

Richard Burnaby, Royal Engineers 

Hon. Richard Monck 258 

James Clerk Rattray, 2 " CB 

S. Richards, Bengal Staff Corps 

S. J. Batten, Madras Staff Corps 

Charles Wilson Randolph 



7 Feb. 36 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



8 Oct. 

2 July 

21 Sept. 

3 May 
>2 Jan. 
to Dec. 



1 20 May 53 

16 Mar. 41 
11 Mar. 42 
21 June 39, , 

21 Apr. 46 17 Nov. 
q Feb. 3O 3 Oct. 

25 Sept. 46 3 Feb. 
13 July 47 15 Dec. 
1 1 June 42 1 3 July 
o Dec. 44! 2 July 

8 Dec. 43J 9 Nov. 
11 June 4031 Dec. 

11 Dec. 46! 1 5 Feb. 

9 Dec. 44! 7 Oct. 
o June 43:26 Sept. 

13 June 45 1 Jan. 
8 Dec. 43, 21 Dec. 

5 Dec. 4322 Dee. 
:2 Dec. 45J15 Feb. 

8 Dec. 431 2 Aug. 

12 June 46:15 Feb. 
12 Dec. 45 15 Feb. 

12 Dec. 51 31 May 

13 June 45 ! 9 May 
31 Mar. 43:25 Feb. 

22 Jan. 53, 4 Sept. 

6 July 41 1 9 Aug. 
28 June 

21 Aug. 43,25 Aug. 
8 Mar. 361 3 May 
11 June 53 8 Sept. 
15 Apr. 42] 25 Apr. 
19 Dec 45 13 A P r - 

14 June 50:27 June 
19 Mar. 39 1 7 Dec. 

2 Mar. 49I 17 Oct. 

17 Jan. 51 In Aug. 
8 Mar. 36) 3 Oct. 

10 June 36 14 Apr. 
10 Feb. 43 '23 Mar. 



41 22 Mar. 49 

47 29 Apr. 53 
54 30 Nov. 55 

44 15 Aug. 53 

46 29 Nov. 50 
43 31 Jan. 51 

48 29 Dec. 54 
40 9 Feb. 51 
54! 15 May 55 
48 18 Sept. 57 
45ii June 57 
53! 4 Dec. 57 
48J14 Sept. 57 
42^1 June 55 
54 27 Apr. 58 
5i|i3 Aug. 5S 
4527 Apr. 58 
54 '27 Aug. 58 

45 27 Apr. 58 
45,27 Apr. 58 
54 27 Aug. 58 

48 27 Aug. 58 
54I27 Aug. 58 
5427 Aug. 58 
57 12 Nov. 6c 
49127 Aug. 58 
45I23 Dec. 53 
54 '22 July 59 
45 24 Feb. 54 

50 9 Oct. 54 

47 22 June 55 

40 13 Oct. 47 
57 24 Nov. 60 
45 6 June 54 

49 18 Feb. 53, 

51 14 July 54 ; 

41 14 Apr. 48; 
51:23 Mar. 55 
54 9 Sept.55 
40 15 Feb. 47 
39] 10 June 51 
45 15 Feb. 50 



t8 Feb. 61 
[2 Dec. 54 

[6 Nov. 60 



6 June 56 
26 Dec. =;6 
16 Mar. 58 
24 Mar. 58 

6 June 56 
24 Mar. 58 
28 Aug. 58 
19 Jan. 58 



26 May 64 



June 67 



20 July 5S 
31 Oct. 67 

28 Aug. 58 



28 Aug. 58 
13 Nov. 60 
18 May 60 



19 Jan. 58 
22 June 60 
6 June 56 

19 Jan. 64 

20 July 58 
12 Dec. 54 
14 June 56 

9 Sept. 59 



14 Jan. 62 
13 Apr. 60 
18 Feb. 61 



7 Feb. 
21 Dec. 

6 May 
21 Nov. 

8 Dec. 

4 Feb. 
26 Nov. 

9 Feb. 
15 Feb. 
15 Feb. 

26 Apr. 

27 Feb. 
31 Aug. 
17 Feb. 

20 June 

1 Mar. 

2 Oct. 
1 Jan. 

5 Apr. 

7 May 

21 Mar. 
1 Sept. 

14 June 
10 Nov. 

15 Aug. 
5 Feb. 
1 Mar. 

8 Mar. 
31 July 
17 Sept. 

27 May 
8 Mar. 

15 Aug. 
19 Apr. 

28 June 

29 Nov. 
1 Apr. 

17 Nov. 

3 June 
8 Mar. 

10 June 
17 July 



COLONEL. 



63I 8 



64 
64 

<-'7 

9 
71 25 
62 " 
6814 
6419 
62 20 
59 30 

62 1 

63 14 
64 
62 

62 10 
5714 



Feb. 67 
Sept.68 
Nov. 68 
Nov. 70 
Dec. 68 
Dec. 68, 
Jan. 69J 
Feb. 67 
Feb. 69 
Feb. 69 
Feb. 67 
Feb. 69 
Aug. 69 
Feb. 70 
June 71 
Mar. 72 
Oct. 72 
Jan. 73 
Jan. 73 
May 73 
Mar. 74 
Sept. 74 
> Nov. 74 
• Nov. 74 

Feb'. 75 
Mar. 69 
Mar. 69 
July 72 
Mar. 69 
Dec. 77 
Mar. 67J 
Feb. 761 
Apr. 69 
Apr. 69 J 
Apr. 69' 
Apr. 67 
May 69 
June 69 1 
Mar. 67 
June 6 7 
June 69 



20 Aug. 
23 Aug. 
29 Aug. 

2 Sept. 

16 Sept. 
29 Sept. 

I 2 Oct. 

3 Nov. 

II Nov. 
22 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
131 Dec. 
ki Dec. 
I31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
3: Dec. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 
31 Dec. 

1 Jan. 
15 Mar. 

13 Apr. 
27 Apr. 

4 June 
1 1 June 

10 July 

11 July 

14 July 
11 Aug. 
13 Sept. 
18 Sept. 

.14 Nov. 

17 Nov. 
20 Nov. 
'30 Nov. 



War Services of the General Officers. 



1 Sir Duncan M'Gregor was actively employed in Sicily and Italy in 1806, including the skirmishes at St. Euphe- 
mie, battle of Maida, attack on Scylla Castle, and capture of Catrone. Campaign of 1807 in Egypt, including the 
attacks in the Desert, and siege of Rosetta. Campaign in Holland in 1809, including the attacks and captures of Ter 
Vere and Flushing. Campaigns 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 the battle of Maida (War Medal with one Clasp). 

3 General Whichcote joined the 52nd as a volunteer in December 1S10, 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 Rodrigo, and of Badajoz, battle of Salamanca, retreat from Burgos, battle of Vittoria, action at Vera, battles 
of the Pyrenees, Nivelle, the Nile, Orthes, Tarbes, Toulouse, and Waterloo (War Medal with nine Clasps). 

* General Butler served the campaign of 1815 with the 3rd Battalion of the Grenadier Guards, and was present 
in the battles of Quatre Bras and Waterloo (carried the Colours), storming of Peronne, and capture of Paris. 

5 Lord Albemarle served the Waterloo campaign with the 14th Foot. 

c General 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, Vittoria, and the Pyrenees (where he was twice wounded and 
lost an arm) , for which he has received the War Medal with four Clasps. Served also in the Walcheren expedition. 

7 General During served in the Peninsula during the Corunna campaign, and subsequently from the latter 
part of 1812 to the end of that war in 1S14, including the battles of Corunna, Vittoria, Pyrenees, the Nivelle, the 
Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse, for which he has received the War Medal with seven Clasps. 

8 General T. C. Smith, prior to entering the Army, served for a short period in the Navy, and was three 
times wounded. He served in the Peninsula t'roni June'iSis to the end of that war in 1814, and was present at the 
affair of Ordal. He served also the campaign of 1S15, and was wounded at the battle of Waterloo. 

9 General Doherty served with the 14th Light Dragoons throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, in- 
cluding the action of Ramnuggur, passage of the Chenab, battles' of Chillianwallah and Goojerat, pursuit of the 
enemy across the Jheluin, and of the Affghans over the Indus through the Khyber Pass (Medal with two Clasps). 
At Ramnuggur he brought the charging squadrons, under Col. Havelock, who was killed, across the nullah and out 
of the enemy's entrenchments : and at Goojerat he commanded a body of H.M. Dragoons and Native Light Cavalry. 

12 Major General Radclin'e served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 20th Regt, including the battles of 
Alma (as Aide de Camp to acting Brigadier General Horn), Balaklava, and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and 
affair of the 18th June (Medal with Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the 
Medjidie). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, and was present at the actions of Chanda, Umeerpore, and 
Sultanpore, and at the siege and capture of Lucknow— wounded (sabre-cut in right hand) and twice mentioned in 
despatches (Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

13 Sir Edward Harris Greathed served with the 8th Regt. at the siege ofDelhiin 1857 (in command from 30th June to 
the end of the siege), present at the repulse of sorties on the 9th 14th and 18th July, and commanded the 3rd Brigade 
during the repulse of the enemy's attack on 23rd July ; commanded the Column sent to occupy the Khoodsiabagh 
and Ludlow Castle on 7th Sept., by which operation the batteries were advanced to within 1S0 yards of the walls ; led 
the Regt. to the assault and served with it in the city ; on the 24th Sept. left Delhi in command of a Movable Column 
and defeated the enemy at Bolundshur.Allyghur, anil Agra; commanded the 3rd Brigade of the Army under Lord Clyde 
from 10th Nov. 1857 to 9th Jan. 1S58 and present at the action of Dilkoosha in Lucknow during theoperatii >ns resulting 
in the relief of the garrison ; commanded advanced pickets at Cawnpore from 30th Nov. to 7th Dec, including the 
affair of the second action of the oth Dec, also present in the action of Khudagunj and occupation of Futtehgurh 
(CB., Medal with two Clasps, and promoted Colonel for distinguished service in the field). 

15 Sir Richard Denis Kelly served with the 34th Regt. at the siege of Sebastopol in 1855 ; commanded the Guard 
in the Trenches on the ■. ni March, when he was wounded and taken prisoner in a sortie of the Russians (Modal with 
Clasp, Brevet of Lt.Colonel. Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served 
in the Indian campaigns of 1857-59; commanded the 34th Regt. in the actions at Cawnpore on 26th, 27th (wounded), 
and 28th Nov. 1857, capture of Meeangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, and relief of Azimghur; commanded 
the Azimghur Column in the operations in Oude in the winter of 1858-59; commanded a Field Force from Feb. to 



War Services of the General Officers. 15 

May 1859, engaged in the operations on the Nepaul Frontier, and defeated the rebels under Bala Rao near Bootwul 
(horse shot), capturing six guns and much baggage (thanked by the Governor General and the Commander in Chief 
frequently mentioned in despatches, CB.. Medal with Clasp, KCB., and distinguished service pension). 

17 Lt. General Stuart served in the ist Battalion 21st Fusiliers in the Crimean War of 1854 and latter part of 1855 
including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol— succeeded to the command of 
the Regiment at the battle of Inkerman (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, CB., Medal with four 
Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

19 Lt. General the Hon. Robert Rollo was one of two officers sent from Malta on a special mission to Tripoli in 1846, 
and received the thanks of the Secretaries for Foreign Affairs ami C< >1< mics, conveyed through the Commander in Chief* 
for his services upon that occasion. He embarked with the 42nd Highlanders for the East, and served with the Re"t! 
in the campaign of 1854-55 ; was Brigade .Major from the battle of balaklava and throughout the winter until ho took 
command of Ins Regt. ; commanded it upon the expedition to Kertch and surrender of Yenikali, and afterwards at 
the siege of Sebastopol and assault on the outworks on the iSth June (Medal with Clasps, Brevet Lt. Colonel, Kr ; --ht. 
of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served as Assistant Adjutant General" in 
Canada at the head of that Department from Nov. 1855 to Jan. 1S60, and from the latter date as Military Secretary 
to Lieut.General Sir Fenwick Williams till that officer's retirement from the command in British North America in 
June 1865. 

21 Lt. General Warre, while employed on the Staff in Canada in 1845-46, examined and reported upon the river 
communications (2,300 miles) between Montreal and Red River Settlement, with aviewtothe transport of troops ; also 
in surveying and report ing upon the various settlements in the Oregon Territory and on various Islands on the 
coast of the Pacific. Served in the Crimean campaign from March 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebasto- 
pol; after Colonel Shadforth was killed he commanded the 57th Regt., and was present at the assaults of the 
Redan on the iSth June and 8th Sept. ; also at the bombardment and surrender of Kinbourn (Medal with Clasp, CB 
5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Commanded the 57th on the line of posts on tho Taptee River in co- 
operation with the Central India Field Force in 1858. Also in tho war of 1861 in New Zealand, and at the assault on 
the rebel Maori positions on the Kaitikara River on the 4th Juno 1863. Afterwards, as Colonel on the Staff, com- 
manded the Troops in the province of Taranaki— under martial law— during the whole of the operations on the West 
Coast in 1863-66, was present and in command of the Troops in the action at Poutoko 2nd Oct. 1863, at the 
assaults and capture of the rebel Maori strongholds at Ahuahu and Kaitake in March 1864, and Mataitawa 'and To 
AreiinOct. 1864, also the occupation of Opunaki and subsequent operations at Warea and Te Puru, and in com- 
mand of the Field Force which was ordered to meet the troops from the South, opened the coastlineof 150 miles from 
Taranaki to Wanganui. Was specially mentioned in Sir Duncan Cameron's despatches for his conduct during the 
war, and received the pension for distinguished conduct for his services in New Zealand (Medal). 

23 'Lt. General Goodwyn served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 41st Regiment, including the battles- 
of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, repulse of the sortie on 26th October, affair on the iSth June 
(wounded), and assault of tin' Redan on 8th September (Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor 
5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

25 Lt.General Hey'land served with the 95th Regt. in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of 
Alma (severely wounded—arm amputated), siege ami fall of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Lt Colonel 
CB., Sardinian and Turkish Medals, 4th Class of the Medjidie). 

-" Lt.General G. V. Maxwell served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 88th Regiment, including the- 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, attack of the Quarries on the 7th June (mentioned in 
despatches) ; commanded the 88th at the attacks of the Redan on the 18th June and 8th September— severely 
wounded (Medal with three Clasps, CB., Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish 
Medals, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). Served also in suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1857-58, including 
operations at ( awnpore on 3rd 5th and 6th December 1857, affair at Bhognapore, siege of Lucknow in March 18= " 
and siege of Calpee (Medal with Clasp for Central India). 

29 Sir Edward Selby Smyth served as Brigade Major to the Forces in the Southern Concan and Sawant Warree 
country during the campaign of 1844 and 45, and was present at the attack and capture of several strong stockades as 
well as in the operations Ijefore the mountain forts of Monohur, and at their final assault; also at the forcing of the 
Kii-wat tee Pass, and subsequent occupation of the country below the Ghats. Served also in the Kaffir war of 1S51-52 
(Medal), and mentioned in General orders for conduct in command of a Column in action in tho Fish River Bush 
(Brevet of Major); with the expedition north of the Orange River in 1S52-53, afterwards as Deputv Assistant 
Quarter Master General of the 2nd Divisn .11 : and subsequently as D. Adj. General and D. Q. M. General to the f. 'ires 
in South Africa from January 1854 to July i860. Received the thanks of the Irish Government in 1867 for his 
services as Deputy Adjutant General during the suppression of the Fenian outbreak. While commanding the 
troops in Mauritius, he was twice sworn in and acted as Governor in 1870 and 1871. 

31 Lt.General Jeffreys served with the 88th Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1854, and was present at the battles 
of Alma and Inkerman (wounded— at the latter he commanded tho Regt.) and tho siege of Sebastopol ( Medal with 
three Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

33 The Hon. Sir Francis Colborne served in Canada in suppression of the rebellion in 1838-39 and was 
present in the action of St. Eustaehe. Served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, as Assistant Quarter Ma -Vei 
General to the 3rd Division, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, siege andfalfof Seha-qVmul 
(Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB., Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie S-ir 
dinian and Turkish Medals). 

s ? Lt.General the Hon. St. George Foley served in the Eastern campaign in 1854-56, as Assistant Commissioner 
at the Head Quarters of the French Army, and was present at the battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman and 
Tchernaya, the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB., Office r of tho Legion 
of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served as Military Secretary to the expeditionary force 
in China from March 1857 to Feb. i860; was present at the capture of Canton La Dec. 1S57 (Brevet of Colonel) and 
other affairs in the neighbourhood. Served throughout the campaign as British Commissioner at the Head Quar- 
ters of the French Army in China from Feb. 1S60 to March 1S61, and was present at the storming and capture of 
the Taku Forts, the actions of the iSth and 21st September— in the latter commanded 200 French Mounted Artil- 
lerymen, 50 Chasseurs d'Afrique, and a .squadron of Fane's Horse — horse shot (mentioned in French despatches* 
and made Commander of the Legion of Honor), and subsequent advance on Pekin (good service pension Medal 
with three Clasps). 

39 Lt.General Elmhirst served with the 9th Regt. the campaign of 1S42 in Afghanistan, including the forcing 
of the Khyber Pass, capture of Mamokail, a ifair of Piquets in the Tezeen Valley (mentioned in despatches as having 
distinguished himself in a charge on tho enemy) ; forcing tho Tezeen and lloftkuttul Passes, and capture of Istalifl 
—mentioned in despatches as having captured a gun, and turned it with effect against the enemy (Medal) Also 
served in the Crimea from Sth June 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol ami assault of the Cemetery on 
18th June (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie) 

*> Lt.General Taylor served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 (save the interval between 9th Feb and nth 
June 1855) with the 79th Highlanders, including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, and full siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Commanded the 79th Highlanders from 
Feb. to 16th Nov. 1858 in the Indian campaign, including the siege and capture of Lucknow. and commanded 1 
Brigade in Oude from Nov. 1S5S to Jan. 1S59 (mentioned in despatches, CB., Brevet of Colonel. Medal with Clasnl ' 
« Lt.General Hon. A. E. Hardinge served as Aide de Camp to Lord Hardinge throughout the campaign on the 
Sutlej in 1845-46, and was present in the battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah (horse shot), and Sobraon (Medal and two 
Clasps). Served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, first as D.A.Q.M. General to the ist Division, and at Head 
Quarters, and from the spring of 1S55 as Assist. Qr. Master General at Head Quarters, including the battles 'of 
Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Brevet of Major, Medal with four ClaspsV'i? Kni.-ht of 
the Legion of Honor, Turkish Medal, and 5th Glass of the Medjidie ; promoted to 2ml Class of the Medjidie in '"18761 
* 2 Lt.General Somerset served with the Rifle Brigade in the Kaffir war of 1852-53 (Medal). Also the Eastern cam' 
paign of 1S54-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with 
four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 



l6 War Services of the General Officers. 

^o- t, t • i t ™=wi •vrp,.T>nn ! rali wasemnloved on particular service in the Crimea, acting on the Quarter. Master 

« Sir Patrick Leonard MacDoiigall was W^^ for Sebastopol, and Turkish Medal). Major General 

?r?X llX the SS?SMffi!S^SSlS and valuable military works u « Modern Warfare as influenced 

^^^f^^f^J^T^^^^^^^^%^7m^. Also throughout 
« Lt.General Maedonell served v. ith the 1 tie *g^£ e £ r0 and esellt at the affair of Bulganac, capture 
the Eastern campaign of = i854 as Aide (fc^ commanded the 2nd Battalion from May 1S55 to the fall of Sebas- 
of Balaklava, andbatttes of -^^^^^^ j^e, and assaults of the Redan on the iSth June and 8th Sept. 
topol, including the defence ot the Q^™' ^ Colonel, CB., Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and 
(Medal with three " a ^ Bie ^l^M^ U lie) Commanded the 3rd Battalion during the Indian mutiny, includ- 
S'^fskirm^ SSftff fiMSB offfinow. arid subsequent operations (Brevet of Colonel, Medal 

with Clasp). ..v_n^™.'v.#wit thp 'Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma 

46 Lt.General. Baines .served throuf ou '^aster^an and g T chernaya, and repulse of the sortie of the 2 6th 
(where ne carried the Queen s oloi u a l £p a ^ h gi and fall of Sebastopol (severely wounded m 

October 1854 ; served as an Assistant L i|. e_ ei tn ro present in the Trenches at the attack of the Redan on 

the Trenches ^«°ZS mentioned m despatches as "having served with zeal and distinction from 
theiSth June (Medal with *S e , e B Lla ^^^ r e Sardin i n and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the MedjicUe) 
the opening of the campaign, B revet ol J a "|; ° iS ,7-sq. commanded the Troops at the assault and capture of 
Served throughout the Indian mu n ^^Xco^imlndftion of the Governor and the Commander in Chief of 
Rowa on 6th January 1858 <^ned M n , a c conducting these operations" ; commanded the Left Wmg 
Bombay m Council to *&%&*S$ Iwah on 2 Ah January; commanded the 9S th at the siege and capture of 
95th Regiment at the siege and capture otA^on^ ^, the capture of Chundaree 26th May ; com- 

Kotah, and cominaadrf_ fcejrd as aultmg C mumn o ^ ^ ^ ^i. ^ ^3 in deS patches 

b^Hu^S^^ 

4^°aSt two 18-pounders" and for " good service in turning the gt 

and capture of Pouree on -4th August 1058 ; ^and tte W^" mentioned in despatches, and marched 3,000 

SSSSrAia.^Jsa K^ in^tUlndia, Medal with Clasp, Coloneh and _C3 ;5 r distinguished 



(wounded by a ffiUS f et " ™, ™ ^ | j" ^^ta tuning the guns captured on the enemy ») : present at the siege 
assault two xS-pounders^and tor good ^ce in tum^ o ^ ^^ Qf ^ ^^ at Koondrye on the Jot h 

and capti 
January 

".es in command of ™9WT^ con^ndeTtne expedition from' Aden into the interior of Arabia in 
vice in the *eldj. AsBiagada. r , aerai comnmn * fort hlcludmT T SS ala, the Fudthehs capital, and 

■wSMXWSS SFSSASSS the Commander in Chief of Bombay for the efficient manner m 
which those successful °V^ons^eveeSectec 1) expe dition to the north of China in 1842 (Medal) and was 

47 Lt.General Street served in ^ the 9 Sth ^™™^to landing before Nankin. Embarked for the Crimea 
present at the attack and capture .of Chin ^^f*™^? ^ . ^ as esent at t h e battles of Balaklava and Inkerman, 

[<L Turkish Meda^and^thClassof the Mefjgjlj,^ rf the , 8tn Rest . m co-operation with a Naval expedition 



1 ^General Claremont served^ ^^^Aug^^dlng SH-SK of Ab^Balaktava, and Inkerman 
Eastern campaign 0^54 and up to the 6th Au <^ I e '£>' of Maior ° and Lt.Colonel, CJ?., Officer of the Legion of 
ali d siege of Sebastopol K a ^lL "wa Wo employed at the Head Quarters of the French Army during the 
SHE =2j&^r SJMSfSLff A - » of Magenta ■rilMiW.n-Mk Com- 



pTr^fittS and bombardment by the German Army --^ i8m as a Maior of Brigade in the 

P 52 Lt.General J W. Armstrong ^^^S^iSi Inkerman (horse killed) , and siege of Sebastopol, 
sndDivisionJ.andwMpreBentatthebattlesmA^,^^^ storming party at the capture of the 

sortie of the 26th Oct (horse shot) ; commanded the ^^^^ nd afterwardsb y the explosion of a Fougass 
S^UZr"S^B^A®XSiro^. KmghtVthe Legion of Honor, 4 th Class of the Medjiche, 

^L^r^Co^^^ 

=«. ^^rvStSo ^3^^ loXern Sahrattaloountry? and was present at the investment 

and capture of PanuUa and Pownghur AIadras Light Cavalry previous to being transferred to H.M.Dragoons. 

^SirJamesEdwaTd^e^derservedmtheMa^wgwu y j Turkishi Portuguese, and Kaffir wars ; 

Was present with ArmieE im the ^fleW durmg tte ™«™g£ and sir ffiltam Rowan, and employed on Govern- 
and was on the personal Staff of Generals bu ^ an ^ d \^ erica Served in the Trenches at the siege of Sebas- 
ment expeditions, exploring ^^^Zf.^^l^SZ battle of the Tchernaya, and commanded the 14th 
topol, including the assault or 1 the 1 8th June ; ^.^^^TorKsb Medals, and sth Class of the Medjidie) Was 
Regt! at the fall of the city (Medal with Cla sp, Sarafan a ° a ^ u ldecorations and Wal Medals, and 2nd Class 

Kd » 6 p Q ersfa n %S^&^£ti%^ "Auckland, New Zealand, for some time during 

^Sen^ 

Alava, on the 16th i 7 th and iMh J"™^*^' ?£*£ ffiSe mptoyed&Sng the Eastern campaign of 1854-55-with 
service in Canada at the outbreak of the ^^^^^pS^ities, afterwards served on the Staff with the 
the Osmanli Cavalry till the retoeat £f ' «™™g ^ ofBateMava and Inkerman. Has received a Gold Medal from 
Armv in the Crimea, and was present at the a . and the Turkish Medal, 

the Sultan for his services on the Danube; the C^^Jf^g^ in suppressing the mutiny in 1857-59; com- 
58 Lt.General E. B. Hale .served m thels . W Pro ■" ic f c £ u 1 .^ ,,,;,,,.,,,,,,!, ^-de, and succeeded to the command of 
manded three Companies of the 82nd Eegt^ at ^™SSSZST Colonel Biddulph killed (wounded and horse lolled 

the 5th Brigade on Brigadier Russell 5W£ffiffiZ£5£toffltt defence Bnd at the battle of CawT1 P ore ' a 5 d -,^ e 5t ^ 
bv a round-shot ; commanded the 82nd during tin. lattei p.ut 01 iiil t. -. served throughout the Rohilcund 

B?iglc°rat the action of ^^^^A^SS^Sa^^m^^SS^ of the Army under Lord Clyde to 
^n^gnandwaalaftmcoinmandofaepoBtof '^«^^ f Kallkul . and Bunkagaon; was appointed to the 
i^&Brfgad^HSdfervSS^O^! S °and°held it to the end of the campaign (frequently men- 

tioned in d.'spi.tches, CB., Colonel, Medal with Clasp). campaign f ro m the first landing at Gallipoli in April 

- ^.Gene™. J. A. Ew^rt serve^ hrougho^ 



unUlafteiMh.M.cta.patn.no'BalakU^va; n,p.an la 

battlcsof Balnklava and Inkerman and tho^ 

rejoined tl„ - -.rd on promotion ; ncco ..] . u. 1m x ^, ; ,, a , :illd ;is , :a ats on the ^th Juno and s,l, Sept. Meda 

Ycnikali; ailerxvards present at the sng. . r 1 It. 11 o ^ l a ti 1 , ( , rH( „ lnr , Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 

with four .'l;. : ps. Hiv-tol ^orau- L Xohn . lr ^^ c ° f In ^ e ^ tiny ; was'at an engagement near Bunnee, and 



War Services of the General Officers. i . 

afterwards at the final relief of Lucknow; held for a short time a command consisting of three squadrons of Ca\ n'.rv, 
5 Runs, and 500 Infantry (specially named in despatches, and appointed a CB.) ; and on the 16th Nov. commanded 
the leading party of stormers at the assault of the Secunderbagh, on which occasion he personally captured a colour, 
received two sabre wounds in an encounter with the two native officers who were defending it; was again (very 
severely) wounded by a cannon-shot (left arm carried away) when in action with the Gwalior rebels at Oawnpore oil 
the 1st Dec. 1857 (Medal with Clasp, Aide de Camp to the Queen, and Colonel). Commanded the 93rd Highlanders 
for a short period during the siege of Sebastopol, was Lt. Colonel of the 78th Highlanders for upwards of five years. 

60 Lt.General W. Parke served in the Crimean campaign from 13th June 1S55 (in command of the 72ml Highbinders 
from July), including the expedition to Kertch, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assaults of iSth June and 8th 
Sept. (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class ot'theMedjidie). 
Served in India in 1857-59, was appointed 1st Class Brigadier, and commanded 2nd Brigade of the Rajpootana I'iold 
Force from March 185s to July 1859, including the siege and fall of Kotah, on which occasion he commanded the 
leading Column of assault; subsequently throughout the leading operations in Central India in 1858-59, and pur- 
suit of the rebel forces under Tantia Topee and Bao Sahib, who were attacked and defeated at Oodeypore in Dec. 
1858 by the 2nd Brigade R.F. Force. (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, Cll,, Medal with Clasp). 

61 Lt.General H. E. Longden served with the 10th Regt. in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46. and was present at the 
battle of Sobraon (Medal). He served also the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, and was present during the whole of the 
siege operations before Mooltan, including the affair of the 9th Sept., storming the enemy's strongly -eutienched posi- 
tion before Mooltan 12th Sept. ; action of Soorjkoond, carrying the heights oil 27th Dec. in command of the Regt., and 
surrender of the fortress as Field Engineer: afterwards present at the surrender of the Fort and garrison of Cheniote, 
and battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Major). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-5S, 
—commanded a Field Force in the Azimghur and Jounpore districts in 1857, including the capture of the Fort of 
Atrowleea •. commanded an advanced guard of picked marksmen and guns of Franks' Force in its advance to Luck- 
now, including the actions of Chanda, Umeerpore, and Sultanpore, and attack on the Fort of Douraha ; was attached 
to the Goorkha Troops at the siege and capture of Lucknow; present at the storming of the Begum's House and 
Serai, storming of the Emaumbara and Kaiserbagh, attack on the Moolvie in Abbasoodowlah's Kunbullah — men- 
tioned in despatches; present with a Wing of the nth Light Infantry at the first relief of Azimghur ; appointed CI :•.' 
of the Staff to Lugarrt's Force, and present at the passa ge of the Touse, second relief of Azimghur, capture of Jugde,-- 
pore, and several skirmishes in its vicinity (Med d v. ith Cll 

63 Sir James Talbot Airey served as Aide de Camp to Ma ort.eneral Elphinstone in Affghanistan in 1S41-42, and was 
present at the storming of the Khoord Cabool Pass < >n the 1 _<th ( let. 1841 under Sir Robert Sale, and had his horse shot 
under him. He served during the insurrection at Cabool from 2nd November 1S41 till January 1842; was present at tin- 
storming of the Rickarb Bashee and the neighbouring f n ts ; also in the action on the heights on the 13th November, 
and the battle of Beymaroo on 23rd November. Delivered up as a hostage to the Atl'ghuns on the 21st Dec. 1841, and 
remained a prisoner in their hands until the 17th Sept. 1842. On release joined the force proceeding to the Kobistau 
as second in command of Khuzzilbash Horse, under Sir John M'Caskill, and was present at the storming a> d 
capture of Istaliff. Was present with the Buffs in the Gwalior campaign of 1843. and in the battle of lvi ■ 
{Bronze Star). Served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Assistant Quarter Master General of the 
Right Division; on the 14th September 1854 captured and brought into camp at Old Fort 75 Russian wa< gons 
laden with fin-age and flour on their way to Sebastopol ; present at the affair of Bulganack, battles of Alma (horse 
shot through the neck), Balaklava, and Inkerman. Served as Quarter Master General of the Expedition to km ;, 
under Sir George Brown in May 1855, and succeeded as senior officer to the command of the English troops on the 
departure of that General to Anapa; returned to Sebastopol on the 18th June ; present the entire siege of Sebas- 
topol and the attack of the Redan on the 8th September (Medal with four Clasps, CB., Knight of the Legion of 
Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

6 * Lt.General Bradford served the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to 9th Feb. 1855 with the 2nd Battalion Ritle 
Brigade, including the battle of Alma and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two clasps, Turkish Medal, and 5th 
Class of the Medjidie). 

65 Lt.General Maitland served the campaign of 1846-47 against the Kaffirs as Military Secretary to Sir Peregrine 
Maitland (Brevet of Major and Medal), and served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant 
General to the 4th Division, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (dangerously wounded), and siege 
of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish M"<'a!i. 

66 Lt.General W. T. Layard was in the RoyalNavy for nearly four years before he entered the Army, aid > I 
in the Burmese war, having been present at the taking of Rangoon, the capture of Syriam, and various othet 
ments; after which he accompanied the combined Naval and Military expedition up the Bassein river, am! u;.\- 
present at the capture of Neuraes and Bassein; has received the Med'al for Ava. Commanded the Troops in the 
district of Kornegallc, Ceylon, during the rebellion of 1848. 

67 Lt.General Laye served vs ith the 58th Regiment as Captain during the New Zealand war of 1845-47,3111! was 
actively engaged in the assault and capture of Kawiti's Pah on the nth January 1846 (mentioned in orders) ; was 
also engaged in several minor affairs in the Southern Province. Commanded "the Troops at Wanganui, and was 
instrumental in the capture of five Natives who had barbarously murdered and mutilated the family of a settler. 
The Chiefs of the District, who were nearly related to the culprits, assembled a war party of 700 men for tl eir 
rescue, while the British force consisted of only 170 men. notwithstanding which Captain Laye ordered a Court 
Martial, composed of subalterns, for the trial of the murderers, and on their conviction had four of them hanged 
as soon as possible. The execution was followed by an attack upon the settlement by the war party, and w hi ih 
was repulsed with great loss. Governor Sir George" Grey, in two despatches to Earl Grey, the Secretary of State 
for the Colonies, reported, — " that the firmness and decision with which Captain Laye acted had saved the country 
from serious and protracted rebellion." He received the special approbation of Her Majesty through Earl Grey 
in the following terms, — " I have it especially in command to assure you of the sense which Her Majesty entertains 
of the firmness with which Captain Laye acted upon the occasion of the attack of the Natives on the town of 
Wanganui, and of the gallant conduct of himself and the detachment under his orders on that occasion." He 
was mentioned in the Government Gazette and despatches, received the Brevet of Major, and Medal. In 1S55 he 
joined the Staff in Turkey, and was appointed Assistant Military Secretary to Lord William Paulet commandirg 
the Troops on the Bosphorus. 

63 Lt.General Forrest served with the 4th Dragoon Guards the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles 
of Balaklava and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, night attack on Russian outposts lothFeb. 1855, and battle of Tela 1 - 
naya (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class ot'theMedjidie). 

CJ Lt.General the Hon. J. W. B. Macdonald served the 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 (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with four Clasps, Cll., Knight of the "Legion of Honor, 5th 
Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

70 Lt.General Baumgartner served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 28th Regt., including the b;,tt\ s 
of Abxa and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and affair on the Vsth June in the Cemeterv (succeeded to tie 
command of the Regt.) ; was wounded in the Trenches 17th Aug. ios5 (Medal with three Clasps, ( B., Sardinian and 
Turkish Medals, and jth Class of the Medjidie). 

71 Lt.General G. C. Clarke served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the Scots Greys, including the affair 
of M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Balaklava (sabre cut on" the neck), "inkerman, and Tchcruava, siege "and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal with three .Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Mediidiu, 
and Turkish Medal). 

72 Lt.General Fordyce served the Eastern campaign of 1S54, and up to the 16th June 1855, with the 47th 
Regt., including the battles of Alma (contusion of left foot) and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, siege of Sebas- 
topol. and sortie of 26th October 1854 (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB., 5th Class of the Mod d • 
and Turkish Medal). 

73 Lt.General Whimper served with the 9Sth Regt. on the China expedition (Medal) and was present at the 
capture of ChinKiangFoo. Served with the 55th Regt. in the Kastern campaign of 1S54, including the battle of Alma 
—severely wounded and horse killed (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, .5th Class of the Med, idie, and Turkish 
Medal) . 



1 8 War Services of the General Ojjicers. 

(Brevet of Major), and was dangerously wounded osmg -his ™ . Wg"*^£ hl f^ . W . lor ^re cuts^ 
Medal). Served in the Indian campaign of rS 57 - 5 S , commanded a . Wmg of the ^ h^eg r^nt ^ ; KuUe o^ 

Xe? c r ot^^^ on thehead by * 

bS?ffi£»^^ 



f^^ing regulations, but having received permission to accept and wear the :S^ M« at tt was to - ™- 
directly by the King of Prussia, accompanied by an autograph letter .from His Um| • rf b 2!~ dGeSa^ml 



^e^ 

General in Council) , defeat of the Gwalior contingent at Cawnpore on 6th Dec .1857 (mento d) t ree time' 

and nth March across the Goomtee, siege and capture of Lucknow-horse shot 011 10th March, and three time, 
mentioned in despatches (Medal with two Clasps, and OB.). Affriianistan (Medal) axl 

- [; <;,.-,■,■. ;■;■., n s,-r>.cd \vhh the 41st Regt. throughout the campaign of 1842 "> -\ 1 '.-"> n * s « «M£ """» \>*™ 
wasSesent in the engagements with theVemy on the 2 8th April in the Pisheen VaUey; ^^Bta^rfS 
near Candataar, 30th August at Goaine, s th September before Ghuznee ; at tteou lat m ... id °^™? » °^™ a 
fortress and of (V,b,,ol, the expedition into Kohistan, storm capture and destruction ..u 1 ; 1 ' lllU ', v.v J-- includfm 

Medii'lie) .Toiued Sir Colin Campbell's Army before Lucknow ou t+tb Nov. tS 57 ijd™ .it the it re e rtra e.arr, 
.on?S.o 'it the flefe.t of the CW.'lio.-Cooti,,..,:,.. at OarapOT. on otb December on » heft 01 or .ocLnov. n 3 too 
3 5 8, when be commondea tie Left Coltmn, 01 m.ek ooen.l ,,ee^^^^ 

Pekin (C77., 'Brevet of Colonel, Medal with three Clasps). rm .„ Krmsm inclndrn 

« LtGenoval Whitraore served in the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Aide de Camp to Sir George Blown, mcluair, 



War Services oj the General Officers. 19 

the battles of Alma (horse shot) and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Knight of 
the Legion of Honor, 5 th Class of the Medjulie, and Turkish Medal). Fie 

»* Lord Alexander Russell served with the ist Battalion Rifle Brigade in the Kaffir war of i8«-^ as D A O M G 
to the ist Division and was present at the battle of Berea-mentinned in General ( >rd c-.s (Me.ial, and' Brevet of 
3 °P* Served also m the ( rimea from the nth July 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and com- 
manded the ist battalion from the 25th October 1S55 until the evacuation of the Crimea (Medal with Clasp, Brevet 
of Lt.Colonel, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

93 SirGarnetWolseley served with the 80th Regiment in the Burmese war of i8 5 2-s 3 (Medal for Pegu), was with the 
expedition under Sir John Cheape against the robber chief Myattoon.andseverely wotuided when lendim- the storming 
party against the chief s stronghold on the 19th March (mentioned in despatches). Landed in the Crimea with the 
90th Light Infantry on 5th Dec. 1854, and employed in the Trenches as Acting Engineer until Sebastopol was taken ; 
was engaged 111 the assault, and defence of the Quarries on 7 th June, and on duty in the Trenches at the attack 
of thej Sth Juno; severely wounded 111 a sortie 30th August, when in charge of the advanced sap-several times 
mentioned 111 despatches Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). Served in the Indian campaigns of 1857-59, and was present at the reliefer Lueknow, defence of the Alum- 
baghby Outra.m. with the several engagements there, siege and capture of Lueknow, subsequently as D.A.Q.M. 
General to Grant s Division and with it at the affair of Baree, action at Nawabgunge, and all the others fought by 
that form (repeatedly mentioned 111 despatches. Ilrevetol Lt.Colonel, .Medal with Clasp). Served in the war of i860 
m China upon the Quarter Master General's Stall', and was present at the assault of the Taku Forts, and in all the 
engagemen s throughout the campaign (Medal with two Clasps). Commanded the Expedition sent in 1870 from 
Canada to the bed River territory for the suppression of the Rebel Government established at Fort ( iarry against 
the Queen s authority, and was created a Knight of St. Michael ami St. George for Ins services upon that occasion. 
Was Governor and ( om.nander of the Forces on the Gold Coast during the Ashanti war of 1873-74: received the 
thanks of both Houses of Parliament, promoted to be Major General fcr distinguished service, nominated GCMG., 
and ACT?. (Medal with Clasp). 

si Lt General Mills, as a Field Officer of the 52nd Light Infantry, was attached to the Light Division of the 
Army before Sebastopol during the campaign or 1S55, from April until the fall of the place (.Medal with Clasp, 
and Turkish Medal). ' *' 

w Sir John Josiah Hort served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-5, with the 4 thRegt.,including the battles of 
T T^M ^enmm, n K i T," ""' -A 1 ' 11 ;,' ^'bastopol < Brevet of Lt.Colonel," Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian and 
Turkish Medals, and 5t.l1 (lass of the Medjidie). 

,, 97 i jt -H en ? ral ^ ney serv f d wit . h the 49th Regt. throughout the operations in China (Medal), commencing with 

the first taking ot ( husan.and terminating with the demonstration before Nankin, including the storm and capture of 
t] ?e heights above ( anion, attack and capture of Amoy, second capture of Chusan, attack and capture of the heights 
of Chnihae, occupation of .\ingpo, repulse of the night attack on Ningpo, attack and capture of the er-emv's 
intrenched camp on the heignts of Segoan, attack and capture of Chap....', Woosung, and Chin Kiang Foo. Served 
Nafiufehnr 8 Ki^C^fa1a a ci)! ld0aPtnie * ^^ *** COmmanded the Wing engaged at the action of 
98 Lt.GeneralR W. Lacy landed with the 56th Regt. in the Crimea on the 25th Aug. 1855, was present at the 
Siege and tall ol Sebastopol and the final assault (Medal with Clasp and Turkish Med-.f) 

(1 l S l! re !'?.'"' k K M; ""m ■* rved the Gwahor campaign of 1843-44 as Adjutant of the Buffs, and was present at 
the battle ol 1 unniar.m ,,„!, Dec. 1843-horse shot under him (Bronze Star). Served m the 1 'rimean campaign !-,m 
April iSss.iiH'lu.bug both assaults on the Redan on 18 June, in reserve, and 8th September, and siege and fall of 
Sebastopol. Commanded the Hulls from 3rd August till the 8th Sept., on which date he commanded the eovenn, an 1 
ladder party of the 2nd Division, furnished by his regiment, at the fmalassaulLon the Hedaii-dan-c. o„sh wound.-, 

mentioned m despatches. For his conspicuous and devoted bravery on this oc asion he was ,• ,',1,-d by hi' 

Regiment for, and received, the .Victoria Cross, (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB., Knight of the Legion 
Of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Commanded the 2nd Division Peshav.ur Valley field 
men? and'xCB? Campaign ° l8 7 8 "79 in Affghanistan (mentioned in despatches, thanks of boih Houses of Parlia- 

rf*i™Wiiw.' ^ a ?v el1 8e 5 V ?Ti fll 5 f a f tern campaign of 1854-SS with the 88th Regt., including the battles 
of Alma and l.alakl v:i, siege and fall ol Sebastopol, attack of the Quarries on the 7 tli June, and of the Redan on 

W»rw%! ? f T 5 ? l ; C ; nlK T'T- >r0 T t ht P th ? S8th ° Ut0f arti011 ' and waS mentioned in despatches (Medal with 
three Clasps Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5 th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal . 
S ^ Ve T? al8 i° ^Y' 1 ^*^ su PP r ession „ the Indian mutiny in 1857-58, including the operations at Cawnpore from 
26th Nov. to 6th Dec 1857, siege of Lueknow,,, March 1858, and siege of Calpee (Medal 'v,th Clasp for Central India). 
fe«t^ «^FiiY a A f-\ Se 7 ed H hr ° U F^ th ° Kil " ir ""'I'.'iig-n of 1846-47 as Adjutant of the 9 oth Lie!,, In- 
fantry, and Field Adjutant of the ist Division (Medal). Served with the 53rd Regiment in the Puniaub cam- 
paign in 1849, and was present at the battle of Goojerat ( Medal with Clasp). Campaign of 1851-52 against the Hill 
Trihe 8 on th.Ucshawur frontier. Served with the 33th Regiment in the Indian campaign of r8 S7 -5S T; conic ,,:„,cl 

!h^ th V; ,nT m M le aCtl °? S ofS '^<i' ) "- 1! ™"»>"-'egunge, Ram, rperomra Jemaon, and Kareesath ; 

in despatched CB , andMed^)? P nS m Shahabad ' ^^g tho actions before Nonoodhee (twice mentioned 

102 Lt.GencralThackwcll served with the 22ndRe"t in the campaign in Bind and was present at the IrittV nfTTv 

derabad (Medal). Also the campaign of 1844-45 "' the Soutl a Mahratta Conntrv inelti ''■• - t'l e in, e itmi nt and 

capture of Forts Pa.nulla and Pownghur. Served the Fasten, campaign of , ■ - 1' - ' as r, ■,',■■,, v M-l 

2nd Division— including the battles of Alma and inker 1 (horse shot) sie^eof Sebaston.'l and 

sortie on 26th October. On 4 th August 1855 he was appointed \-.Mant V.but'ini GcuVni to the' '-','■■ I !,'■• 

Served with if until broken up in April ,R 5 „ (Medal with three Clasps, brevets' of Mn,orund Lt.Colonel Ki'ieduof 

the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 3th Class ,,f the Medjidie) ' Jvm ° ul ' 0I 

103 Lt.General Roche served the campaign of 1838-30 in Belooohistan and Affohinistin is Ai.le ,le r-m-m 
and at periods as Assistant Adjutant General to Sir Jose Vl'lndl.ti «,!,,, /^u^.'; 
at the forcing o, the ^ ; lan and Khojnc Fiisses, taking of Caialahar, siege and capliu e of « ihuznee , V. , 

pation of fabool and loll,, laba.l. Passage of the Kh.vl.er Pass, and several skirmishes. Served 1 ■ • 

1842 with Sir George Pollock s Army m Affghanistan in command of a troop of the jrd Light Dragoons inclu lit 

the forcing ot the Khvber Pass and relief of .lellalal.ad ; was Staff ( lilicer to Colonel Taylor „ (he expeduion a i , , '1. 
Lolpoora and subsequently commanded the Cavalry (1*,) of Colonel Fcklbrt's force (Medal) <'r-,,i ■,< v,i, ,,. 

Snrmy 3 ;ui;;r^H i r kwrll r ,,lsul,s,,ii Tr^ ,s , A - ist:i,,t ^>^ ^-t,,. t , ; ,!i l , , ,,„ ( -rt l ,;, , . ) c.av : „;., ,, . , 

fcommVnde'i'n! .'""m" T' V f "\ tho f ? rim . a from -23rd Sept. 1854, including the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman 
El lsi /ir 1, 7-c , T :, l" il111 ^anley was killed, and was honourably mentioned in Lor. 1 

three Clasps I 'vv 1 \ ^''' ,as '"/"; 1 ; ?™" ll \ '" '/'" , K '" 1:1U mi lSth Jul '°. i "" 1 expedition to Kinbourn (Medal with 

Turkish Medal) J Lt.Colonel, CB., Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5 th Class of the Medjidie, and 

wd^hfS rh^»L 8 ^ d W ! th thS . 9 8th t R egt.on the China expedition in 1842, and was present at the attack 
CampMlin'ie nini '% ' ;"V and "^ '"^d of Xai.kin (.\Iedal). He served as extra Aide de Camp to Sir Colin 
S ' f -' r^f 4 ° : "" 1 Wi,s 1 " V/ ''" 1 :,t Ul ° 1,:lUU ' s "'' ' 'I'lH.anwallah and Gooierat (Medal 

pTnachvat h' l,t,l I'', 1 '' 11 ;','' hl \ { {" ] } n Campbell as Aide de Camp to the Crimea, and was present in that, 
S^ ¥ " '' f 1 '-'." 1 t, ' L ' Mn ™- A ° ed as Assistant Quarter Master General to the troops in front of Balaklava 
E£5 S, ii 1 'V';;; 11 -, faction of the 25th Oct. 1854. On the 20th of the same month s„cccc!e.l to the 
ment and held it till the breaking up of the Army in 1856. On the 20th May ,1-133 was Ira ,, si, ,,vd . ,' .■ 

and subsequently to the 11 ighland Division (Medal with three . 'lasps for Aima llalaklay Is.',,,' ,,•.'■ ' ' * 

of Maj°ra»'ir J t.(,.l 11 ,, t .].ivnightoftheLegion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, a,„l 3th Class,,;,,,,. .: 



2C War Serricps of the General Cjjlccre. 

I"? Lt General Call served with the 18th Royal Irish throughout the first China expedition (Meua.l) and preFent 
at the fim cloture of Ohusan, attack of the Forts of the Bocca Tigris, storming of the Height and Forts at Canton, 
and des'truc on of the forts and capture of Amoy ; and employed on the Staff m 1841-42 as Sub Assistant Com- 
; i v , ■•• Served throughout the Burmese war of 1852-53 (Medal with Clasp for Pegu) as Brigade Major 
to theTst Ben^ i Br"ade, and for a part of the period as Assistant Adjutant General of the Pegu Division and was 
or, m, it at h- lea ruction of the stockades attire entrance of the Rangoon River, at the operations before and 
subsequent storS o^the Citadel of Rangoon, at the capture of Prome and repulses of the enemy from that 
', li -ion Served in the Crimea from Dec. 1S54, including the siege and fa 1 of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Brevet 
of Lt Colonel Sardinianand Turkish Medals, and 5 th Class of the Meajidie). 
i« ■ Lt General Bruce served with the 74 th Highlanders throughout the Kaffirwar of 1851-53 (Medal, and Brevet 

0f i^Lt°Genera.l Shipley served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman 
(severely wo dedsege of Sebastopol, and sortie on 26th October (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet ol Major, Sar- 
dinian and Turkish Mortals, and sth Class of the Medjidie). Served m the Indian N.W. Frontier war of 1863 with 
' ' u ., /v , Flu ;,i Funr in command of the 1st Brigade from the 4 th to the 14th December, and of the 1st Battalion 
*th Fusiliers! at the attack and storming of the Conical Hill, and the capture of Umbeyla (mentioned m despatches, 

^on^LmtcSls served with the 33rd Regt. in the Eastern campaign of 1854-5S, including the battles of 
Alma ",'nd Inkernmn sfege and faU of Sebastopol, and assault on the iSth June (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet 
o\ Ltcolont K^'t of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Com- . 
manded a Urn-ide in the Abyssinian campaign in 1868 (mentioned m despatches, CB and Medal) 

m Lt.Genera 1 R Budd served with the 14th Regiment in the Crimean campaign from t oth January to June 
18,5 including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie and Turkish Medal) 

lULtGe eralH. Hamilton jomed Sir Hope ( Want's Column advancing to -the relief of Lucknow, in Nov 1857 ; 
comm ndeda l;attnli,moH)etaehinentsinthe skirmish before and in the attack and ca^ure of Bunterah, as also du- 
rShToperations Resulting in the relief of the garrison of Lucknow ; commanded 78th Highlanders during the occu- 
7, , „ 1 ,1 . v.-.-u for three" months of the Alumbagh, and in the closing operations against Lucknow ; was present 
at the alar of . a loo ■ served in the Rolnleund campaign .11 April 1858, and commanded the 78th Highlanders at the 
Cloture !■ v, v (Vj»? Medal with two Clasps, repeatedly mentioned in despatches, thanked by the Governor 
lilK in Council, also thanked in division orders by Sir James Outram " for judicious conduct when m command 
of the reai—'uai'd on the occasion of retiring when bringing away guns captured lrom the enemy ). _ 

1™ Major .Genera] T. Addison served the campaign in Affghamstan and Beloochistan m 1839 including the 
stornTard capture of Ghuznee (Medal) and of Khelat. Served as Major of Brigade throughout the campaign m 
the So uthern Mahratta country in t 8 44 (including the storm of Punella-wounded, and named m despatches as 
one of the first on the breach) , and that in the Concan in 1845. Served m the Kaffir war of 1851, and was severely 
wounded on i 4 th October on Waterkloof Heights (Medal, and Brevet of Major Received the Brevet of Lt. 
Colonel on - 4 th July 1857 for special services under Sir Gorge Grey, Governor of the Cape of Good Hope. Com- 
manded tneist Battalion 2nd Queen's Royals throughout the camaipgn of i860 m North China (Medal with two 

° 11I Mafo^Getferal M'Intyre served in the Persian campaign of 1857; commanded the 78th Highlanders on the expe- 
clition to BomzToon, in theTiight attack and in the battle of Kooshata, and present at the bombardment of Mohumrah 
( out-icd ,„lc-i,tchcs, Modal with Clasp). Accompanied Havelock's Force in Sept for the relief of Lucknow, 
and was in the 3ns teing that aclvance ; on the morning that the force entered the City, was thrown into the 
A lumtogh with 2 o men for fts defence from 25th Sept. to 7 th Oct was surrounded by the enemy and all communi- 
cation out off, was 5 then reinforced from Cawnpore by 250 men and two guns and again on 25th Oct. by 500 men and 
four guns ; held the position, still surrounded by the enemy, for 52 days unti relieved by the a pp roach ol -^Com- 
mander in ( TneCs Force (horse shot on 25th Sept., mentioned 111 despatches) Proceeded with the Commandei in 
■ iofs V, ave for the relief of the garrison in the Residency, and commanded the advance-guard in the attacks on 
he Dilioo-,1, , a.'l La Mavtiniere (mentioned in despatches as " conspicuous " 111 attack on La Martmiere) . Was 
v'th O ut •■ , 's Force dunm- the re-occupation for throe months of the Alumbagh, and present at the : repulse of all 
the at t ' - -mi ■ „ that position Present with llngadicr Campbell's Force in the third advance on Lucknow, and 
in^he operations of that force Ttil the final capturWof the City (Medal with two Clasps, CB., and a year's service 

f0 i» MS°General Primrose served with the 43rd Light Infantry in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal) ,and was for some 
time DAQM General of the 2nd Division; accompanied the expeditior ,_to the ^OrangeRrver sovereignty, and was 



present at Via. act, on of the Berea. Commanded the 43 rd Lightlnfantry on its march from Bangalore through Central 
India to Calpe in 1858 (a distance of 1,300 miles during the hottest season of the year) and throughout the various 
operations in Bnndelcund, and towards the conclusion of the rebellion he commanded one of the seven Columns 
under ■Brigadier Wheeler, specially ordered to clear a large chstrict infested by numerous bands under rebel chiefs . 
(J in d Major General F. R. Elrington served the Eastern campaign of 1854 with the Rifle Brigade, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Kmght of the 

Lesion of Honor, 5U1 Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). m „„,-> a A 

»8 Major General C. L. Nugent serve! 1 with the 5 8th Regt. in the New Zealand war of 1845-46 (Medal) ; commanded 
the advance guard which penetrated the forest surrounding Ruapekapeka, and was present at the capture of that Pah 
i" Major Cceral \>rh a- Butler served with the 28th Regt. in Sind under Sir Charles Napier m 1842-43. Served 
afeoSghoiS the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall o 
Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Kmght of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of 
^f^SS^SS^SSiL the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 10th Regiment, including the batthaa ] 
of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and storming of the Redan on the i&th June an 8th Septem- 
ber-mentioned in despatches I Medal vith three Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel .Knight of the Legion of Honor 5th . 
Classof the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Commanded as Brigadier General the 1st Brigade Hazara Field Fence 
of 1868, including the expedition against the tribes on the Black Mountain (mentioned m despatches, thanked bjJ 

the Government of India, CB., Medal with Clasp). , , T ,, 1rr tH „ JJ 

i" Major General Sankey served the Eastern campaign up to 16th Dec. 1854, and from 13th July 18,5, a j 
D A 6 M G and from „«t An-, as A.Q.M.G. to is. Division, including the affairs of lhilgauak and M Kenzie e 
Vatm/battiesof Alma (mentioned in despatches, and charger killed) and Balaklav a capture , o B^klava siege 
,ud fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and 

i?MaiOTGe a ne'ralF. Burton served with the 97th Regt. at the siege of Sebastopol from the 20th Nov. 1854 .to 5*h J J 

led the la-ht ( ompany in the sortie. ,n the night of the 20th Dec. 1854, and succeeded 111 driving th. 

the most forward parallel from which the Guard had boon compelled to withdraw, and retained it 
alwithCla-o Brevet of Lt Colonel, Sardinian Modal, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal) 
',i ;,, .,,,,., iv--:., g the mutiny in 1857-59, with the. Jounpore Field Force in the action and capture 0' 
l.'i.-om'.V.'ali .1 the Sharpshooters of the Brigade), actions of Chanda, Ummeerporo, and Sultanpor 
•e and thanked in despatch), siege and capture of Lucknow and storming of the Kaiserbagh ; alter i 
1 Central India (.Modal with Clasp, ami CB.). , „ . , .. . . 

i.ralWm Gordon served with the 17th Regt. in the Crimea from 17th Dec. 1854, including the siej 

■t,,,„,i ■i'viu'' 1 I' I hi' Bodan on ihth .lune (mentioned in dospatohos) and commanded the Regimen 
fh,\- u'o'dai' ,'.ii the '-.ill September (mentioned 111 despatches), and at the boinbardment and SUI j 
brtress of Einbonrn (Medal with Clasp, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion c 

eral WiUis served' nmnterruntedly throughout the Eastern campaign from April 1854 to July 1856;-. 
'■i't nut lM"\i ■'-- aliri' wh oh a'~ D \ i"M ( loiieriil at Head Quarters, and as A.Q.M. General of th 

," '. , .'-,'..• '■":'" 1 ' .'■ l 'i!-,ii--..', t'.o Be! ana' ■ a' ,. I a t Balaklava, battles of Alma and Inkerman, assault c 

',,',',' non 1 tli rune battle of Tchernaya, final assault of the Redan on 8th Sept.,anj 

.,ts i/'v-it Mont 1 '-; in the Trent' 1 ic- ii. dialing the repulse of several sorties, and was frequently i j 



War Services of the General Officers. 2 1 

command in the advance Trenches (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion 
of Hi iiKi]', Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

126 Lord A. C. Lennox FitzRoy served in the Eastern campaign of 1854 with the Coldstream Guards, including 
the siege of Sebastopol, ami battles of Balaklava and Inkerman— severely wounded (Medal with three Clasps, Sar- 
dinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

127 Major General Daubeny served with the 62nd Regt. in the Crimean campaign from the 13th Nov. 1854 to the 5th 
March 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol, sortie of the 6th April, and attack on the Quarries 8th June (succeeded 
to the command), on the Redan iSth June (commanded the Regt.), and again on the 8th Sept. (Medal with Clasp, 
Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal, CB .). 

1 - 6 Major General Warden served with the 19th Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including the liattles of Alma 
(severely wounded) and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol (wounded); was of the party that first held the Quarries ; 
commanded 400 of the 97th Regt. in the Trenches at the assault of the 18th June; succeeded to the command of the 
19th Regt. at the storming of the Redan on the 8th Sept. (severely wounded), and took the Brigade out of action 
(Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish 
Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

U ' J Major General Morris served in the Eastern campaign from October 1854 to July 1856; commanded a Field 
Battery at repulse 1 .f the sortie on the 26th Oct. 1854, the liattles of Balaklava and Inkerman (mentioned in despatches*. 
Was attached from April to Nov. 1855 as Military Commissioner to the 2nd Corps of the French Arniv, 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 Bosquet, who commanded on these occasions, and was especially named by the 
General in official despatches. Was appointed an Assistant Adjutant General in Nov. 1855, and attached to 
General Wmdham, Chief of the Stall' (Medal with three Clasps, CB., Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Officer of 
the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class nf the Medjidie). 

13,1 Major General Thompson served as a Captain in the British Legi' >n, and was en-acred at Hemani, 30th Aug. 1835; 
at Arlaban, 16th 17th and iSth Jan.; and the action before San Sebastian, ;thMav iS^when he was severely wounded 
in the hip and the hand (KSF. and Medal). Served the campaign of "the Punjaub in the 14th Light "Dragoons, 
was engaged at Ramiiuggur (horse wounded) 22nd Nov. 1848, at Chillianwallah 13th Jan., and at Goojerat 21st 
Feb. 1849 (Medal with two Clasps). Present also at the crossing of the Chenab, Jhelum, and Indus; at the surrender 
ol the Sikh army at 1,'awul I'iiidee, the capture of the Bridge of Boats at Attock, ami pursuit of the Affghans to Peshawur. 
Major (, en era 1 M. Bruce served with the Grenadier Guards in the Crimea from the 20th March to the 30th May 
1:?= (Medal with Clasp for Sevastopol, and Turkish Medal). 

1 ■« Major General Glyn served as Field Adjutant to the Force under Sir Harry Smith in the action with and defeat 
of the rebel Boers at Boom Plaats (horse killed). Served with the Rifle Brigade in the Kaffir war of 1852-53 (Medal) . 
Also the Eastern campaign as a Brigade Major and Assistant Adjutant General in the Light Division, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Seba~top.il 1 Medal with three (.'las] is, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5 th Class of the Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). Served the Indian canroaigns of 
1857-59. including the defeat of the Gwalior Contii.u. -t t at 1 'a wnpore on Mh December, final capture of Lucknow, 
action at Nawabgunge (commanded Battalioni. a: 1 - .i -.--inriit operation, 1 Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

1 33 Major General Scudamore served with the 4th Light Dragoons fchronghoul the campaign of 1838-39111 Afghanis- 
tan, including siege and capture of Ghuznee (Medal). Also throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including 
the action of Ramiiuggur (wounded), passage of the Chenab, battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat— dangerously 
wounded (Medal with two Clasp.,). Commanded the Regt. during the campaign of 1858 in Central India under Sir 
Hugh Rose, and was present at the siege and capture of Rahutghur, action of Barodia, relief of Saugor, capture of 
Gurrakota; commanded the detached force sent against Malthone ; present at the siege and capture of Jhansi and 
commanded the outposts during the investment; present at the battle of Koonch" and all the affairs during the 
advance on Calpee, including the action of Golowlie; also at the action of Mora r and recapture of Gwalior; also 
commanded a Flying Column tbr six months in the Gwalior and Jhansi districts (three times mentioned in despatches. 
Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

131 Major General Fraser acted as Staff Officer to a Detachment sent from Bombav in 1837 against the rebels in 
Canara. Served also with the 6th Regiment in the Kaffir war of 1846-47 (Medal). He was commissioned in Oct. 
1S57 to raise the 2nd Battalion 6th Regiment, and having within one month raised considerably upwards of 1,000 
recruits, was Gazetted on the 25th Nov. 1857 its Lieutenant Colonel. This Battalion embarked 111 May 18 58 for service 
at cihraltar. 

"= Major General G.W. P. Bingham served with the 64th Regt. in the Persian campaign of 1856-57, including the 
storm and capture of Reshire, surrender of Bushire, night attack and battle of Kooshab (Medal with" Clasp). Served 
in bengal and V\\ . Provinces m sup] ressmgthe mutiny in 1857-58 ; present with Havelock's Column in the actions 
ct ruttehpore, Aoung, Pamloo Xuddee, Cawnpore, Onao, Buseerutgunge (1st and 2nd), Boorbeakechowkee, and 
Bithoor ; commanded a convoy with provisions from Cawnpore to Alumbagh ; served in defence of the Alumbagh, 
and afterwards 111 the actions at La Martiniere and the second relief of Lucknow ; commanded the Regt. during the 
defence of La wnpore and defeat of the Gwalior mul ineers, as also in the actions of Kala Xuddee and Kerkeroulie— on 
General Penny being killed succeeded to the command of the whole Infantry Brigade -capture of Bareilly, Shahje- 
hanpore, Bunme, Mahomdio, pursuit of the enemy the following day, and' occupation of Mah.midie (mentioned'in 
flespatches, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

136 Major General I \ molly served the Eastern campaign of 1S54 as Brigade Major to the Heavy Cavalrv Brigade, 
including the battle o! Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Le«'ion of Honor, 
5th Class of the Medjidie, and T.irkish Medal). 

13 ~ Major General Hope served with the 71st Highlanders in the Crimean campaign from 20th Dec. 1854, including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and expedition to Kertch (Medal with Clasp. Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th 
Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in Central India under Sir John Michel in 1858, and was present 
at the actions ot Raj glim- (111 command of a Brigade), Mungrowlee, Sindwaho, and Kurai (CB , Medal, and mentioned 
in despatches) . Commanded the 71st in the operations in Eusafzye in 1863 under Sir N. Chamberlain— wounded on 
the 20th Nov. at the recapture ot the Crag Piquet (mentioned in despatches, ami thanked by the Commander in 
Chief m India, Medal with Clasp). 

_ 133 Major General Curtis was present at the taking of Balmeer, Kundak, Dadur, and Kujjak (mentioned in 
(tespatehes). Punjaub campaign, including siege of Mooltan in 1848-49 (mentioned. Medal with Clasp). Served as 
Director of Transport Corps m the Persian campaign of 1857, including the battle of Kooshab and bombardment of 
Mohumran (mentioned, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and Medal). Served in the Indian mutiny campaign in ( 'entral India 
1:1 105.3, and was present in the actions of Sindwaho (wounded), Korye, Koondye (mentioned, Medali. 

Major General T. E. Knox commanded the 67th Regiment throughout the campaign of i860 in China, including 
the action of Smho, taking of Tongho, and led the storming party across the main ditch at the taking ot the inner 
lakoo Fort, when seventy-seven officers and men of the 67th were killed or wounded ; also present at the surrender 
0. Pekm (mentioned 111 despatches. CB., Medal with two Clasps). 

»« Major General Loftus served with the 38th Regt. throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege and fall of Sebastopol. attack and occupation of the Cemetery on the 
"thjune (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the 
Medjidie). Served m the Indian campaign from Nov. 1857, including the assault and capture of Meeangimge, siege 
and capture of Lucknow— severely wounded at the assault (Medal with Clasp) 

i» Major General Donovan served with the 33rd Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to 19th April 1855, 
including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastop .1— severely wounded in the Trenches on the 
16th of April (mentioned m despatches. Medal with c. .-,..., e., s ,,s, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, 5th class ot the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

i« Major General Hepburn served in the E isb n, campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Alma (severely 
wounded], siege and tall of Sebastopol (Medal with two Claris, ;Mi ClasVof the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

143 Major General Best served with the 10th Regiment in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the whole 
of the siege operations before Mooltan and surrender of the fortress ; was afterwards present and slightly wounded 
in the leg at the battle of Gooierat (Medal with two Clasps). 

• '!t M £' 0r G , e r n f, ral ?■ Anderson was nresent with the 22nd Regiment at the taking and destruction of the villages 
m the Boree Valley in the Peshawur district in November 1853 (Medal with Clasp). 



2 2 War Sen-ices of the General Officers. 

115 Major General Wilkinson served with the 42nd Highlanders in the Crimea up to Oct. 1854, including the 
battle of Alma and siege of Sevastopol (Medal with two Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
Served the campaign of 1857-58 against the mutineers in India, including the action at Khodagunj, siege and fall 
of Lueknow, attack on the Fort of Rooyah, action of Allygunge, and capture of Bareilly (Medal with Clasp). 

146 Major General Pakenham served with the 30th Regiment in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and was slightly 
and also severely wounded at the battle of Alma (Medal with Clasp, Brevets of Major and Lt, Colonel, Sardinian 
an 1 Turkish Medals, and 5 th Class of the Medjidie. 

117 Major General W. Payn served with the 53rd Regiment in the Siitlej campaiga of 1845-46, including the affair 
of Buddiwal and actions of Aliwal and Sobraon (Medal and Clasp). Punjaub campaign of 1849, including the 
battle of Goojerat (Medal with Clasp), campaign of 1S51-52 against the hill tr'ibeson the Pe^hawur Frontier. Served 
in the Crimea in command of a Regiment of the Turkish Contingent, and was present with that Force from June 
1S55 until its disbandment in May 1856 (Brevet of Major, Turkish Medal, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). 
Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the actions of the 26th 27th and 28th Nov. at Cawnpore, 
under General Windham, battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec. and pursuit of the Gwalior Contingent to Serai Ghat, 
action of Khodagunge and entry into Futtehghur, affair of Shumshabad, storm and capture ofMeangunge, in 
command of the left attack, siege and capture of Lueknow, and affair of Koorsie; commanded the 53rd through- 
out the not weather campaign and passage of the Goomtee and occupation of Sultanpore, present with the Regi- 
ment at the passage of the Gogra at Fyzabad on 25th Nov., action of Toolsepore. and minor affairs (mentioned 
five times in despatches. Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

148 Major General T. Ross commanded a detached force on theNepaul frontier in 1859 i drove the rebels from the 
plains of Tilawara where there was a large Bazar, and nest day attacked them in the Jungle of Pipurea, the whole 
rebel army in consequence retired to Botoul, where they were' cut up by SirR. Kelly— for general services on the 
frontier was highly complimented by the Commander in Chief and Sir R. Kelly (Medal). 

1+9 Major General Weare served with the 32nd Regiment the Punjaub campaign of 1S48, including the first siege 
oparations before Mooltan (Medal with Clasp). Served the Eastern campaign of 18,4 as D.A. Adj. General at Head 
Quarters, including the affair of Bulganak and battle of Alma (severely wounded, mentioned in despatches). In 1855 
he served ac the siege of Sebastopol, and was appointed A.Q.M. General (Medal with wo Clasps, Brevets of Major 
and Lt.Colonel, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Commanded the 50th Regiment 
during the New Zealand wars from 1863 to 1866, including the assault and capture of Rangiawhia on 21st Feb. 1864 
(mentioned in despatches) ; the repulse of the enemy's attack on the Camp at Nukuniaru on 24th Jan. 1865 (men- 
timed in despatches, and CB.). Commanded a Force of 1200 Cavalry, Artillery, and Infantry at Nukumarn and 
Waitotora, moving in conjunction with the force under Sir Duncan Cameron ; also the Field Force in its advance 
into the enemy's country, for some time during the absence of the Brigadier General, including the action of Kaka- 
ramea. Commanded the Movable Column formed for keeping open the district in 1S65-66, and with that Column 
opened the road to Taranaki until met by the force from that district (Medal). 

150 Major General H. M. Hamilton served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master 
General and as Assistant Quarter Master General from Oct. 1855, including the battle of Alma, capture of Balaklava, 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, 
5th Class of the Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). Commanded the 12th Regiment during the New Zealand war of 
1863-66 ; was present with the forces under Sir Duncan Cameron throughout the Waikato campaign and until the 
termination of hostilities uuder Sir Trevor Chute. Commanded an Fxpeditionarv Force from Te Rore to the sur- 
rounding district; occupied and destroyed the strongly fortified positions of Pateranga and Piko Piko, and other 
strongholds between Te Rore and Ragland ; subsequently commanded the troops in the East Coast District, and 
made several expeditions against the enemy, destroying 'the villages of Patatere, Whaiwnatawhata, Irihanga, and 
Whakamarama, eventually driving out all hostile natives, and establishing tranquillity in this hitherto very 
disturbed part of the country (Medal, and CB.). 

151 Lord Chelmsford served with the Grenadier Guards in the Crimea from the 31st Miiy 1S55. including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Ciass of the 
Medjidie). Served with the 95th Regiment in the Indian campaign (Medal). Served in the Abyssinian campaign 
in 1868 as Deputy Adjutant General of the Expeditionary Force, and was present at the capture of Magdala 
(mentioned in despatches for " great ability and untiring energy," CB., and Medal). Served in command of the 
British forces in the K-,fir war of 1878, and' in the Zulu war oi 1879 being present, at the engagements of Gingind- 
hlovu and Dlundi, (GCB.). 

152 Major General Harrison served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimean campaignfrom 17th April to 5th Aug. 1855, 
including the capture of Tchorgaun and.-iegeoi' Seba: topol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Cla.-s of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). 

153 Major General Lowe served with 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, on which occasion he suc- 
ceeded to the command of the Companies of the 32nd that were engaged. He was also present at the action of Soorjkoond, 
storm and capture of the city and surrender of the fortress of Mooltan, surrender of the fort and garrison of Che- 
niote, and battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Served throughout the suppression of the Indian mutiny of 
1857-59; com m anded the 32nd during the defence of the Residency of Lueknow till wounded on 26th September; 
commanded a sortie of 150 men of the Regiment, when 7 guns were captured and the enemy's position carried; com- 
manded a party of the Regiment sent out to assist the rear-guard of Havelock's Force in protecting their heavy 
guns and ammunition on their coming into Lueknow (thanked in despatch) ; was slightly wounded on 20th August, 
and severely wounded on 26th Sept. 1857 (mentioned in the despatches of Sir J. Inglis and the Governor General, 
Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and CB.). Commanded the 32nd at the defeat of the Gwalior rebels at Cawnpore on 6th 
December; was with it in the field in Oude from July 1858 to Jan. 1859 ( in command from 1st Dec. 1858), including 
the reduction of Fort Tyrhool. Commanded an advanced post of all arms nearest to the fort of Amethee until Lord 
Clyde advanced upon it (Medal with ( 'iasp, and a year's service for Lueknow). 

14 Major General Hon. A. G. C. Chichester served with the 6th Regiment in the Kaffir war, in 1S47 (Medal). 
153 Major General Sfcratton served in the Indian campaign of 1853 ; commanded the 6th Regt. and a body of drafts 
in the attack on the rebels on the nth May, and in other operations in the Jugdespore Jungle (Medal). 

156 Major General W. H. Seymour served with the 68th Light Infantry during the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, 
including the battles of Alma. Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, and 
Turkish Medal). Accompanied the 2nd Dragoon Guards to India, and served in the campaigns of 1858-59, including 
the action of Nusserutpore, siege and capture of Lueknow 'charger wounded,, and subsequent operations, action 
of Xawabgunge (in command of three squadrons of the Regiment), and reoccupation of Fyzabad. Commanded the 
Regim nt throughout the Oude campaign, including the action of Jamo (wounded), assault and capture of Birwah, 
and Tran«-Gogra affairs at Bungaon (Gazetted Brevet Major on 20th July 1S58, frequently mentioned in despatches, 
M-d.,1 with Clasp, and CB.). 

157 Sir William Russell Ben od in the Indian campaign from Feb. 1858 to March 1859. and was present at the re- 
pulse of the eacmv's attack on the Alumbagh, siege and capturi of Lueknow (Brevet of Lt.Colonel). Commanded the 
7th Hussars at the affairs of Barree and Sirsee, action of Xawabgunge, occupation of Fyzabad, passage of the 
Goomtee at Sultanpore, throughout the Byswarra campaign, including the affairs of Pandoo Nuddee, Paleeghat, 
Hyderghur. and pursuit of Benin Madho's Force to the Goomtee ; also the Trans-Gogra campaign, including the 
affair near Chi.rda and pursuit, taking the Fort of Meejeedia, attack on Bankee with pursuit to the Raptee, advance 
into Nepaul and affair of Sitkaghat ( several times mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp): 

158 Sir Frederick FitzW\ gram served in the Crimea with the 6th Dragoons, was present at the battle of Tchernaya 
and fall of Sebastop .1 (Medal with Clasp, and Trrk'.-h .Medal). 

129 Major General Guise served with the 90th Light Infantry in the Crimea from 5th to 24th Dec. 1854, including the 
Siege of Seba st >pol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Also in the Indian campaign, including the siege and 
capture of Lueknow, where he led the attack upon the Secunderbagh (mentioned in despatches, Victoria Cross, 
Brfvpt "f Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and a year's service). 

"■■'' Major 1 renera] J. W. Cox served in the 13th Light Infantry the campaigns of 1840, 41, and 42 in Afghanistan, and 
nt at the assault and capture of the town and fnrt'r f Tootumdurrah, storm of Jhoolghur, night attack of 

B .■■■.-'!' : 1 1 • 1 1- a* t :"■'.- on Frhardnrrah.st r huilt t'>c- Kho..rd < 'ah' ml Pass, affair 01'Tezeeu. forcing the Jugdulluck 

the Fori ooKhail, heroic defence of Jellalabad and sorties on the 14th Nov. (mentioned in 



War Services of the General Officers. 23 

despatch) and ist Dec. 1S41, and nth Mar. 74th Mar. and 1st Apr. 1842 ; the general action wit-hand defeat of the be- 
sieging force under Akbar Khan before Jellalabad on the 7th April (mentioned in despatches for " gallant conduct 
throughout the day," and as being " the first of the party which captured them to seize two of the enemy's cannon") ; 
the storming of the .lugdulluck heights, general action at Tezeen, and recapture of Cabool, for which he has a Medal, 
a- a 1 ..- ) another for Jellalabad. Served in the Crimea from 30th June 1855, and was at the battle of the Tchernaya, 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal witli (.'las}), 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the In- 
dian campaign, and commanded the Left Wing of the 13th Light Infantry from Aug. 1857 to Oct. 1858, and was ac- 
tively employed in the Azimghur and Gorruckpore districts and southern borders of Oude, present in eight engage- 
ments, m three of which he commanded the whole force, in three others he commanded a separate Column, and in 
Lhe remaining two lie acted as principal Staif Oilicer to the force (repeatedly mentioned 111 despatches, Brevet of Jit. 
Colonel, CB., and Medal). 

161 Major General Chapman served with the 48th Regt. in the Crimea subsequent to the fall of Sebastopol from 
February until the 30th May 1S56. Commanded the 2nd Battalion iSth Royal Irish in the New Zealand war of 
1863-65, and was engaged iii Waikato and Wanganui (Medal). 

,d; Major General G. \V. A. Higginsoa served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, as Adjutant 3rd Bat- 
talion Grenadier Guards, including the battles of Alma, liaiaklava, and Inker-man (horse killed), siege and fall of 
Sebastopol; after which he served as Brigade Major of the Guards until the conclusion of the war I Medal with 
four Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and 
Turkish Medal). 

16i Major General R. Hume served the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to the 13th Jan. 1S55, and from the 29th 
May to the 30th Sept. 1855, with the 55th Regt., including the battles of Alma and Inkerman (severely wounded), 
siege and fall of Sebastopol, repulse ot the s.i ;:•■:.' 1 h 1 ictober, and assaults of the Redan on the iSth June and 
8th Sept.— severely wounded, and mentioned in desn:itches 1 Me lal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of 
the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Commanded the 55th Regiment in the Bhoo- 
Ifcaii expedition, including the attack and recapture of Dewangiri in 1865 (Medal with Clasp). 

1,15 Major General A. Browne served the Eastern campaign of 1S54 with the 44th Regiment, including the battle of 
Alma and siege of Sebastopol, and was severely wounded in the Trenches on the 20th October by a shell, occasioning 
amputation of right arm and part of left hand (Medal with two Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, Knight 
Of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served also the campaign of i860 in the 
north of China, and was present at the action of Sinho, taking of Tangku, and the assault and capture of the inner 
Taku Fort, where he succeeded to the commando!' the 44th Regiment— mentioned in despatches (Medal with Clasp, 
and CB.). 

lB ? Major General F. Peyton served in the 98th Regt. with the expedition to the north of China in 1S42, and was pre- 
sent at tne operations in the Yangtsekiang River, the attack and capture of Chin Kinng Foo, and at the landing 
before Nankin (Medal). Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 (Medal). Served with the Flank Companies of the 98th 
Regt at the forcing of the Kohat Pass, in the force under Sir Charles Napier and Sir Colin Campbell in Feb. 1850 
(m-m tinned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Commanded four! 'ompanies of the 98 th Regt. in the i'eshawur Expe- 
ditionary Force on the Euzofzie Frontier under Sir Sydney Cotton in April and May 185.-!, capture of Pungtar and 
Clunglee, and the atfair with the Hindostanee fanatics on the Heights of Sittana on 4th May (mentioned in 
despatches). In the I'eshawur Division during the Sepoy mutiny in 1S5S. 

16s Major General O'Brien served in the 77th Regiment during the Crimean campaign of 1854 and up to the 26th Mar. 
.'055, inclu ling the all'airs of Mul ga tine and M'lven/.ie's Farm, battle of Alma, taking of Balaklava, battle of Inker- 
nun, and siege of Sebastopol ( Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps, 5 th Class of the .Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). Served during the Indian mutiny in 1857-58 with the 87th Fusiliers, with the force under Sir Sydney 
Cotton (Medal). Commanded the Military Train during the operations in New Zealand from November 1863 to 
Oc ler 106- (Medal). 

"'•'■' Major General C. Adams served in the campaign in the Crimea in 1854-55, including the battles of the Alma and 
Jnkerman (wounded), siege and fall of Sebastopol, sortie on 26th Oct.. and assaults of the Redan on 18th June and 
.Sth September (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th 
Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

I7 " Major General Rich landed 111 the Crimea in 1S55, served in the Trenches at the siege of Sebastopol, and was 
present tit its fall (Me lal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, and Turkish Medal). Served during the campaign of 1858 in 
Central India under Sir Hugh Rose, including the action at Koonch, and commanded the 71st Lt. Inf. at the actions 
of AJ.uttra, and Despooru lue-utemed 111 despatches), general act ion of Guwluwdee, capture of ( 'nl pee. action of Mornr 
(mentioned), and en [it are ol't iwalior (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Lt. Colonel). Cominande ' a Field Force of all 
arms in the Jungles of Central India from Nov. 1S58 1,0 May 1851.1 in pursuit of Tantia Topee, the Mao Sahib, Feroze 
•Shah, and other rebel lender.-., and on the 5th April surprised and totally routed tho rebels at Main was — thanked by 
the Governor Genera] in Council. 

171 Major General Thomas served with the 40th Regt. throughout the operations in Candahar and j 1 ITghani tan in 
d»4i-42 (Medal inscribed " Candahar, Ghuznee, ( abul |. Also in the action of Maharajpore 29th Dec. 1843— severely 
wounded (Bronze Star,. Con en m led 1 'eiae'iini---,. - of the uih and 40th Regiments at the capture of a stockade oc- 
'CUpied by insurgent- at the Bnllurnt ( told fields in Australia on the 3rd Dec. 1854, for which he received the rank of 
Major. Served with the 67th Regiment through out the c impaign of 1S60 in North China, and was wounded while in 
command of a Wing employed as part of the covering and storming party at the capture of the North Taku Fort 
(mentioned in despatches, < '/;., Medal with two Clasp.-). Commanded the 67th Regiment at the second capture of 
Kadmg from the Taeping rebels in 1862. 

'•'- ..i.ijor General Wiluy served with the 4th Re :t. in the Crimean campaign from 22ml Aug. 1S55, including the 
-i -2" and fall of Sella -uop.il | Medal with Clasp, an 1 Turkish Medal). Commanded a wing of the 4 th Re.: 

■•; izerat and Bind during the In lian mutiny. Serv td through »ut the Abyssinian c imp ngu as a Brigadier General, 
an I was present at the action of Arogee, led his Brigade to the assault of Magdala, and was Commandant of that 
I '." n ss From the time of its capture 1 1 th it of us destru >ti id (meotione l in despatch is, CB., and Medal) 

l , Major General Greer served in the New Zealand war in 1S64-66 ; commanded the I'.at'u Bight Infantry at the 
■;:• ick on the Gate Pah (mentione 1 in despatches), and commanded the Tauranga Field Force at tho engagement of 
Te Ifiuga (mentioned, CB., and Medal). 

lri Major General Bird sewed in the Ceylon Rilles during 1 he Kandian rebellion of 1S4S. Commanded a Detachment 
■of 131 men of the Gold Coast Corps in defence of Clin tian b u- ■ ■ C idle, on the Cold Const, during the bombardment 

of that and the adjacent towns of Labody and Tacia by H M.S. Scourge, in Sept. and Oct. 1854— wo d 

■(Brevet of Major). Administered the Government of the Gold Coast during the siiceess'iil expedition against tho 
Crq 'h tea, 50 miles in the interior, in Sept. Oct. and Nov. 1858 1 1 ire vet f Lt.Colone!). Commanded the expedition 
against the Dounquah rob -Is in June and Julv 1859, which resulted in th ■ capture of all the rebel chiefs. 

'" Major General Robert Carey served with the 40th Regt.thr aghout the operations in Candahar and Afighan- 
istanin 1841-42 (Modal). Served in the Crim-a with the Turkish routing.!. ■..- \ --. :.a :■• (Ju-ir: r Ma er Gem ralto 
a Division, niid afterwards in command of a Br (jade, for which he receivedthe Br. vel Of Major, 4th 1 lass of the .Med- 
jidie, and Turkish Medal. As Deputy AdjUtantC .,, . d .1 \--:r ha, served with th- f.r.-- i -. 1 m New Zealand 

Binder General Pratt during the Maori wa of 1 ■ ■ (1 ft I. Sen Idas Di puty A ljutant General throughout the 
itpaign of 1863 in the Waikato district, be in : p.>- eut at Raiu 1 ri (promoted Colonel) j also in the campaigns of 

d-' 4 65 111 the Waikato, '1'auraiiga, and Wanganu: c b strict - : p. n! at the net lea is at I'atei'angi, Te Awamutu, 

'i.i'a... I' ikehinahina, N ukuiiiaru, an I other em -, . ■ - i .. t ' e war ; served also the campaign of 1866 in 

the Taranald and Wanganui districts, and »■.;.- pie.-i-::'.- at the can! lire of Ota pawn and Wat koto as well as the opera- 
tion-; in the forest- round Mount Egmont (Me lal). 

1; " Major General R. W. Lowrv serv d the Kn stern campaign of 1854-55 with the 47th Regiment, including tho 
bat les of Alma and Balaklava, capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol. Served on the Stall' of the 
A f itant General's Department in the 1 Irimea and at Scutari— mentioned in despatches (Medal with three Clasps, 
Brevet of Lt. Colonel, 5th Class of the Medjidie and Turkish Medal). 

1; '~ Major General Eight foot served a - Brigade Major to the 5th Brigade at the second relief of Lncloiow and at the 
defeat of the Gwalior rebels at Cawnpore. |nv- 1.1 at the passage of the Kala Nuddce, commanded the 84th Regt. 
at the Alumbagh, from the 23rd Jan. to the 10th March 1858; also at the capture of Lucknow, relief of Azimghur, 
pursuit of Koer Sing, and all the ope/ati-ms in 1 .... sh-t ,.,>,,, 1 d;-ir':- i ., v i;' u ;:. IIS .. which en led in the ejection of 



24 War Services of the General Officers. 

the rebels from the Jugdespore Jungles, until 7th Nov. 1858. Subsequently commanded a Field Column under 
Brigadier Douglas to the final suppression of the rebellion in Shahabad (several times mentioned in despatches, and 
thanked by the Governor General, Brevet of Major. Medal with two Clasps, and CB.). 

178 Sir Henry Hugh Clifford was at the battle of Boem Plaats in 1848, and served in the Kaffir war of 
lS 52-53 (Medal). Also the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Aide de Camp to Major General Buller, and on the return 
of that oflicer to England from ill health, as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General on the Staff of the Light Divi- 
sion till the termination of the campaign (Medal with Clasps, Brevet of Major, Victoria Cross, Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Appointed .Assistant Quarter Master General to 
the China expeditionary force in March 1S57, and was present as Head of Department at the operations before and 
taking of Canton in Dec. 1857 and Jan. 185S (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and Medal with Clasp). 

179 Maior General Torrens served in the Eastern campaign as Aide de Camp to Brigadier General Torrens, including 
the battle of Inkermau — mentioned in despatches (wounded, and horse shot under him) — and siege of Sebastopul ; 
was appointed D. A.Q.M. General at Head Quarters in Feb. 1855, and served in that capacity until the end of the war, 
having been present at both attacks on the Redan Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion 
of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the 
relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde ; selected for the command of the Rear Guard of the relieving army during its 
march from Lucknow to Cawnpore after the relief of the Lucknow garrison, defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at 
Cawnpore on 6th Dec. 1857, operations across the Goomtee, siege and capture of Lucknow ; was Assistant Adjutant 
General H.M. Forces at Head Quarters during the operations by Lord Clyde against the rebels in Oude in 1858-59, 
and was present at all the engagements of that campaign (Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

180 Major General Fyers served in the 40th Regiment at the capture of Kurrachee in 1S39. Commanded a Company 
of the 40th throughout the operations in Candaharand Afghanistan in 1841 and 1842 (Medal), and was present in the 
actions at Kale Shukh, Kunje Kuk, Pangwaie, Tiloo Khan, and Baba Wallie ; also at the relief of Khalat-i-Ghilzee ; 
subsequently at Killa Aziem, Goaine, Ghuznee, and occupation of Cabool; and in all the affairs in which the 
Candahar Division of the Army of Affghanistan, under General Nott, was engaged in its progress through the 
Khoord Cabool, Tezeen, Jugdulluck, and Khyber Passes. Served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 2nd 
Battalion Rifle Brigade, including the battle of Alma, siege and fall of Sehastopol, and attack of the Redan on 
the 8th September.*" In October 1S54 he commanded a party of Rifles and 23rd Fusiliers from Piquets of the Light 
Division, and repulsed an attack made by the enemy's riflemen on our Piquets, and he commanded the Covering 
Party of 200 men on the attack of the Redan (Medal with two Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of 
the Legion of Honor, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-50, 
commanded 2nd Battalion (7 Companies) at Cawnpore, after effecting a junction with the force under General 
Windham on the 27th Nov. 1857 after effecting a forced march of 38 miles ; captured two 18-poimder guns of posi- 
tion on the 28th November, and commanded the 7 Companies throughout the actions there under Lord Clyde, and 
at the subsequent capture of Lucknow (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

181 Major General Drysdale served with the 4th Light Dragoons during the campaign in Affghanistan under Lord 
Keane, and was present at the siege and capture of Ghuznee (Medal). Served with the 9th Lancers in the Gwalior cam- 
paign, including the action at Punniar, 29th Dec. 1843 (Bronze Star). The Sutlej campaign in 1845-46, including the 
1 attle of Sobraon (Medal). The Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the passage of the C'henal. at Ramnuggur, 
and battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). The Indian campaign of 1857-59, and present 
at Delhi during the siege operations, commanding the Regt. from iSth Aug. to the fall of the city— horse shot at the 
assault ; commanded the Regt. with Greafhed's Column, in action at Bolundshuhur, horse shot (wounded), and pre- 
sent in the actions of Allyghur and Agra (mentioned in despatch) ; also present at the relief of Lucknow (Brevet of 
Lt.Colonel, CB., Medal with two Clasps). 

182 Major General Crealock landed with the 90th Lt. Infantry at Balaklava on 5th Dec. 1854, and served at the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol. Commanded a party of the Begt. in reserve at the storming of the Quarries, and assisted 
in holding that work against the attacks of 'the Russians during the following day; present with his Regt. at the 
attacks of the Redan on the 1 8th June and Sth Sept. (mentioned in despatches) : appointed D. A. Q.M. General at Head 
quarters on 17th Sept. and at Constantinople in Dec. 1855 (Brevet of Major. Medal with Clasp, 5 th Class of the Med- 
jidie, and Turkish Medal). Appointed D. A. Q.M. General to the China expeditionary force in March 1857, and was 
present at the whole of the operations at Canton in Dec. 1857 and Jan. 185S (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 
Served in the Indian campaigns of Rohilcund, Byswarrah, and Trans-Gogra during 185S-59 on the Staff of Sir Wm, 
Mansfield, including the actions of Bareilly and Shahjehanpore (mentioned in despatches" Medal with Clasp). Ap- 
pointed Military Secretary to Lord Elgin, special ambassador in China, in March i860, and was attached to the Head 
Quarters of the British Army during the war of that year, including the action of Sinho, capture of the forts of 
Tangkoo and Taku, action of Palichau, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the Zulu war 
of 1879 in command of the 1st Division (CMG.). 

183 Major General J. N. Sargent accompanied the 95thRegimentas its Junior Captain on the Eastern Expedition of 
1854, and was recommended by General Beatson for the Turkish Medal for the Danubian campaign, he having gone 
on leave to the Danube, where'(at Turtukai) he volunteered his services to that General, who was then searching for 
boats to cross the river and attack the Russians. He served in the Crimean campaign in 1854-55, including the 
battle of Alma (wounded, and specially mentioned in the Commanding Officer's official report for " determined 
bravery while leading the attack of the right wing " of the 95th Regiment up the heights of the Alma), repulse cf 
the powerful sortie. on the 26th October, battle of Inkerman (where he succeeded to the command of the 95th Regt. 
and brought it out of action, and at a crisis when every rifle was of vital importance he used one with remarkable 
effect, especially when cut off from our position by the Russian Column that occupied the ground whence the 95th 
Regt. had charged the enemy down the hill), siege and fall (wounded) of Sebastopol. "Was most strongly recom- 
mended for promotion for the battle of Inkerman as a "most zealous, meritorious, and brave Oflicer''' (Medal 
with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, Turkish Medal, and Brevet of Major). 
Served the campaign of i860 in China as second Lt.Colonel of the Buffs,' including the action of Sinho, in which ho 
commanded the advanced guard (mentioned in despatches), taking of Tonghoo, and placed in permanent command 
of the advanced outpost towards the Taku Forts (mentioned in despatches). Appointed Commandant of the Taku 
Forts and Allied Commissioner. Commended by Sir Robert Napier for "good judgment, determination, and high 
military qualities," and recommended to the Commander in Chief by Sir Hope Grant in the following words : — 
"I would most strongly recommend this Officer to the favourable consideration of His Boyal Highness. He was one 
of the most active and useful officers in the field, who was in a position of great responsibility, and who performed 
his duties to my entire satisfaction " (CB.. Medal with Clasp). 

lg H Major General Sawyer served with the 6th Dragoon Guards in the Crimea from 26th May 1855, including the 
battle of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also in India 
during the whole of the mutiny; present at the actions of Busgoon, Mohudepore, Russulpore, attack and capture of 
Mitowdee, actions of Aligunge and Biswa, and subsequent pursuit of Tantia Topee and Feroze Shah in Central India 
(Medal and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

184 Major General Luard served in the Crimea in the 77th Regt. from March 1855. and on the Staff as Brigade 
Major to General Straubenzee and D. A. A. General atHead Quarters from June 1S55. including the siepe and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served 
in China as Brigade Major 2nd Brigade in 1857-58, and mentioned in despatches as being the first person on the 
walls of Canton (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medafwith Clasp). 

I84 t Major General Sea per served the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to Feb. 1S55 with the Sth Hussars, including 
the battles of Alma, Balaklava (wounded), and Inkerman, affairs of Bulganak and M'Kenzie's Farm, and siege of Se- 
bastopol. In June 1855 was appointed Assistant Military Secretary to Major General Lord Wm. Paulet, commanding 
on the Bosphorus, and continued in the same capacity to Sir H. Storks until the end of the Russian war in July 1856 
(Medal with four Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in Central India in 1858-59, and was 
present at the action of Boordah (mentioned in despatches. Medal). 

18i .Major General H. R. Browne served with the 9th Regt. in the Crimea from 27th Nov. 1854, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol, and assaults of the 18th June and 8th Sept. Served as Aide de Camp and subsequently as 
Major of Brigade to Major General Ridley, 1st Division, during the latter part of the campaign (Modal with Clasp, 
Brevet of Major. Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal) . Proceeded with 
Sir Hope Grant's expedition from India in 186^-61 to China. Proceeded in Command of Forces sent to Japan for 



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protection of Treaty Ports in 1864, and received the thanks of Her Majesty's Ministers for services in that country 
and also the approbation of the General Officer in command of the Forces in China. _ 

186 Major General Crawley was present at the closing operation.- before Mooltanand at the surrender of the citadel, 
22nd Jan. 1S49. He served as extra Aide de Camp to Sir Henry Dundas, commanding the Bombay Division of the 
army of the Funjaub, during the march from Mooltan and the subsequent operations, and was present at the battle 
of Goojeratand 111 the pursuit of the Sikh army to the river Jhelum (mentioned in despatches Medal with twoCla-p.-.i. 

187 Major General Kirbv was specially attached to the Headquarters of the Army under Lord Clyde, as Assistant 
Quarter Master < teneral, during the campaign in Oude of 1858-59, until the final termination of the war (Brevet of 
Lt.Colonel, Medal). . , , . , ,. 

"* Ma jortuneral Payer served with the 1st Dragoon Gds. in the Crimean campaign from 10th Aug. 185;, including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal;. Commanded the Regiment m China 
throughout the campaign of i860, including the action of Sinho, and those of the iSth and 21st Sept., also the sur- 
render of Pekiu (mentioned 111 despatches, OB., Medal with Two Clasps). 

'■'■' Maior General A. C. Robertson served in the Anglo-Spam-h Logi- 11 from July 1S35 to June 1S37. Received a 
Medal for the action of 5th May 1837 ; the Cross of the 1st Class of San lernando for the action- of the 15th and icth 
March 1S37 ; and anuthei Medal lor the storming of Irun, 17th May toll, wing; severely wounded 111 the tace by a 
splinter in the general action on the Heights of Ametza, 1st Oct. 1036. Served with the 8th Regiment at the siege 
of Delhi in 1657, including repulse of sorties on 9th, 141b, and iSth July (commanded the Regiment), and com- 
manded Detaehuu'ids of ah and 01st Regiments at tlie capture of four guns in front of the Advanced Piquet on 
12th August. Acted as DA. Q.M. Gen. to Seaton's Column in December, including affair.- ot Gungaree, Puttialu, 
and Mynpoorie. Present, during operations from 2nd to 22nd March 1S58 resulting in the occupation of Lucknow 
in the' capacity of Deputy Judge Advocate General to the Army in the field (Brevet- of Major and Lt.Colonel, 
Medal with two Clasps). , 

190 Major General Macdonald served the Eastern campaign of 1C54 as Aide de Camp to General Pennefather (in- 
cluding the battles of the Alma t-eveivlv wounded land Inkeiniun 1 -t\ n c.y wounded), and -lege of Sebastopol (Medal 
with three Clasps, Brevet of .Major, 5th' Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

190 t Major Genera' A. \V. Muriav commanded the centre diw-e.i: - 1 the Brigade, and was engaged at the storming 
and capture of the -t .ei.:,,;. - ,., snl.:,iec on the 1st June 1 5 ;. Commanded the British Trooi - on an expedition up the 
River Gambia 111 Feb. 00 1, which stormed and destroyed the stockaded Mandiiigo town- of Swarracuiida, Caravan 
Kinty Cunda, and Saba, and compelled the king of Baddel to make peace. 

191 Major General K. White served in the Kastern campaign of 1854 with the 17th Lancers, including the affair ot 
Bulganak, battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Scba.-too. ,:. AtBalaklava he led the squadron of direction, 
was severely wounded, and had his horse shot (Medal with three Cla-ps, brevet of Maj ,.r. jth Class of the Medjuhe, 
and Turkish Medal). Proceeded with his Regiment to India in 1S57, and served throughout the campaign in 
Central India in 1S50-50, part of the time in command of a Plying Column, including the action of Barode (Medal). 

>'•'- Maj rGem ra'.Sp ir-ia - r\ ed with the 1 -t Madras Fusilier- m the Burmese warof 1052-53, including the taking 
ofl'egu, a 1, .:~-.b-, , a . t . ic cm e ( Meoa 1 with Clasp lor Pegu . Served in suppi' mutiny 111 Bengal 111 

1057-5:' ;' coinmandi ;tia i: - :r ;o. : . -: 1 umer 1 11 ,luh : 57 from Allahabad to Cawnpore covering the right 

of Havelock - ( olnmn and engaging the enemy on r.v icasions, on the first landed his force repulsed the rebels 

and captured their n-pounder gun; was Stall Officer to Gei.ernl Nei'.l at Cawnpore, afterward.- I'.ri ado M 
1st Brigade and was with it during its advance and entry nit Lucki.ow on 25th Sept., de ace . tin Li - Li 
subsequent operation.- at the Alumbagh under Otitram ; al.-o served a- a Brigade Major at the captiii ■ : om:-, o, : 
and capture of Lucknow, received the thanks of the Governor < ., i.eral in Council, Brevets of Major and ht. Colon c 
(Medal with two Clasps, a year's service for Lucknow, and 1 'SI. . 

193 Major General Gamble served in Turkey in 1854-55, and witu tlie 4th Regt. in the Crimean campaign from May 
1S55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with I 'la. -p. Brevet, of Major, and Turkish Medal). He served 
as Deputy Quarter Master General (head of the department, in New Zealand from 1861 to 1007 and during the whole 
of the operations of the war of 1863-66, including the action- at Katikara and Koheroa, a-sauit and capture of Un- 
fortified position of Rangiriri [CD.;, advance through and occupation of the Waikalo c iiiutrv— with action- at 
Haerini and Orakau. At the conclusion of the Waikato campaign Sir Duncan Cameron, commanding' the Arm\ 
in the Field, in his despatch of the 4th March 1864 to the Secretary of State for War, alter thanking individually 
the Officers of his Staff, including Colonel Gamble, adds : — "J beg more particularly to recommend Colonel Gamine. 
Deputy Quarter Master General, to your Lordship's favourable notice, as to this Officer's ability, zeal, and unceasing 
attention to his important duties, 1 am chiefly indebted for the success of these operation- lie v\a- also present 
at the subsequent operations at Tauranga, and at the Gate Pah, and in the campaign of 1 65 in the Wanganui 
country, including the action at Nukumaru, affair of Kakaramea ; and again in the campaign under Sir Trevor 
Chute, at the assault and capture of Otapawa, at Waikoko, and in the arduous forest march round Mount Egmont 
(repeatedly mentioned in despatches, rank of Colonel, and Medal) . The 3rd Class of the Mei l.jidie has been conferred 
on him by the Viceroy of Egypt in acknowledgment of his services as Governor of His Highness' son, Prince 
Hassan, during his stay in England in 1868-69. 

191 Major General Mil'man was present in the action at Man gunge and at the relief of Lucknow in Nov. 1857. Com- 
manded a Detachment during the advance 011 the Dilkoosha and Martiniere (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Lt.Colonel, and grant of a year's service) ; served with the 5th Fusiliers in Outram's force at the Alumbagh 111 all 
the operations of the succeeding m< nths, including the capture of Lucknow ; also in the Oude campaign of 1858-59, 
including the capture of the Forts of Shunkerpore, Amatee, and Oomrea, and action of Dounderkeira, where he com- 
manded the advance guard (Medal with two Clasps, and CB). In 1848, when stationed ut the Mauritius, he was itp.-et 
in a boat off Mahcbourg, together with five others, whose lives were saved by his skill and courage in swimming, 
for which the Royal Humane Society conferred on him its Gold Medal. 

193 Lord Clarina served with the 95th Regiment in the Crimea from the 22nd Nov. 1854, including the siege and 
fell Of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class 
cf the Medjidie). Served also in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1S58, including the siege and capture of Kotah, 
battle of Kota ke Serai, general action resulting in the capture of Gwalior, siege and capture of Pouree (men- 
tioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 

196 Major General J. Ross served with the Rifle Brigade in the Eastern campaign, including the battles of Alma and 
Iiikermau, and siege of Sebastopol, until February 1055 (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served also in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Cawnpore, 
siege and capture of Lucknow. Commanded the Camel Corps at the capture of Calpee and during the subsequent 
campaign in Central India, (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB., Medal with two Clasps). Served 
with the Rifie Brigade in the North West Frontier of India campaigns of 1S63-64 (Medal with Clasp). Commanded 
the Bengal troops during the operations in the Malay Peninsula in 1S75-76 (mentioned in General Orders of the 
Government of India). Commanded the Indian Kxpeditionary Force which was sent to the Mediterranean in 1878. 

197 Major General W. F. Brett commanded the 54th Regt. during the burning of the steam transport Sarah Sauls at 
sea on nth Nov. 1857. The conduct of the 54th on that occasion was the subject of a general order dated Horse 
Guards, 27th Feb. 1S5S, in which Lt.Colonel Brett is mentioned as being " entitled to high praise for his conduct 
throughout" under circumstances " the most alarming and dangerous in which soldiers can be placed" (Brevet 
of Lt.Colonel, and presented by the Royal Humane Society with a Silver Medal and vote of thanks for his services 
on the occasion) . Served in India during the suppression of the mutiny from January 185S, and commanded a 
Flying- Column on the Nepaul Frontier ; this force received the special acknowledgments of the Governor General 
of India for "energy and zeal displayed for the period so employed " (.Medal). 

198 Major General Hawley served with the 8qth Regiment in the Crimea from the 31st Dec. 1854, including the siege 
andfall of Sebastopol and attacks of the 18th June and 8th September. Served as D.A.Q.M. General at Balaklava 
during 1856 (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

199 Major General Willis was present with Gen. Havelock's Field Force in the actions of Oonao and Buseerut Gunge 
on 29th July 1857 ; commanded the 84th Regiment in the actions of Buseerut Gunge on the »th Aug., Boorbeake 
Chowkee on 12th Aug., at Bithoor on the 16th Aug., at Mungawar on 21 -t Sept., at Alumbagh on 23rd Sept., and 
relief of Lucknow on 25th Sept. (wounded in left knee and right thigh) ; commanded the right Column at the 
storming of the Hirn Khannah on 16th Nov., and was thanked in division orders by General Havelock. Was 
with General Outram's Force at the Alumbagh f rum 2 6th Nov. 1S57 to 9th March 1858— commanded th e 84th up t 



26 War Services of the General Officers. 

24th Jan. ; present at the fall of Lucknow ; accompanied General Lugard's Force, and present at the relief of 
Azimghur; proceeded with Brigadier Douglas's column in pursuit of the rebel chief Koer Sing, and present in the 
actions of 17th and 20th April (mentioned in despatches, CB., and Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Medal with 
two Clasps, and grant of a year's service for Lucknow). 

200 Major General Gordon served in the campaigns against the Kaffir tribes of South Africa in 1834-35 (iledal). 
Also as Assistant Engineer during 1837 and 38, on the eastern frontier of the Cape Colony ; and employed under 
Co'.onel Lewis, commanding Royal Engineers, to execute a confidential survey (trigonometrical and statistical) on thsit 
frontier. Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-5S, commanding the 75th Regt. during the capture of Delhi from the 
15th Sept. and was wounded on the 18th leading the assault on the Hubshee-ka-Phatuk ; planned and carried out 
the forward movement of the right attack within the city, surprising and capturing the Burn Bastion at its gorge 
on the eveningof the 19th, retaining it under a constant fire until the next morning, when the enemy evacuated Delhi. 
Proceeded with Greathed's Column and commanded tlie Regt. in the actions of Bolundshuhur, Aligurh, Akbarabad, 
Agra, and Kanoj, advance into Oude and minor affairs ending in the relief of Lucknow ; subsequently with the 
Oude field force in front of the city until 14th Feb.— specially mentioned in Outram's despatch for "judgment and 
coolness" in defending the left advanced outpost of the Camp during a night attack made by a very large force of 
the enemy on the 16th Jan., which he repulsed with severe loss (Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

301 Major General Baynes served in the Crimea from Nov. 1S54 as Captain in the Mounted Staff Corps, and after- 
wards as Military Magistrate of the Army (Medal with Clasp for Sebastopol, 5th Class of the Medjidie, Turkish Medal, 
and Brevet of Major). Served in Dacha during the mutiny, and commanded the force consisting of 2 guns Horse Artil- 
lery, 150 men of 8th Regt., and a detachment of Punjaub Cavalry, which surprised the garrison and secured the fort 
and magazine of Phillour, on the Sutlej, 12th and 13th May 1857. Served with the 8th Regt. at the siege of Delhi, 
and was dangerously wounded at the assault of the city, leg amputated (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

202 Major General H. B. Norman served with the 10th Regt. in the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, and was present at the 
battle of Sobraon (Medal) . He served also in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, and was present during the whole of 
thesiege operations against Mooltan and surrender of the fortress, including the affair of the 9th Sept., storming the 
enemy's strongly-entrenched position before Mooltan, and commanded the" Troops in the advanced butteries of the 
Camp during the action of Soorjkoond; afterwards present at the battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 
Commanded two Companies when the Sepoys mutinied at Benares on 4th June 1857 ; commanded the selected 
marksmen of the Regiment with the Jounpore Field Force, including the actions of Chanda, Sultanpore, and 
Dhowraha ; present with the Regiment at the repulse of the enemy near Amerpoore, siege and capture of Lucknow 
including the storming of the Emaumbara and the Kaisabagh; "commanded the Regiment at the passage of the 
Tonse and forcing the enemy's position near Azimghur ; present in the skirmish near Birheea, and at the defeat of 
the enemy at Jugclespore and subsequently repulsed them from that post ; commanded the Regiment in the opera- 
tions on the 26th May, 2nd and 4th June; was several times mentioned in despatches, and promoted Brevet 
Major and Brevet Lt.Colonel (Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

203 Major General Stapylton served in the 13th Light Infantry the campaigns of 1840 and 42 in Affghanistan, and 
was present at the storming of the Khoord Cabool Pass, affair of Tezeen, forcing the Jugdulluck Pass, reduction of 
the fort of Mamoo Khail, heroic defence of Jellalabad, and sorties on the 14th Nov. and 1st Dec. 1841, nth March, 
24th March, and 1st April 1842; the general action with defeat of the besieging force under Akbar Khan before 
Jellalabad on the 7th April, the storming of the Jugdulluck heights, general action at Tezeen, and recapture of 
Cabool, for which he has a Medal, as also "for Jellalabad. 

204 Major General Vialls served in the Eastern campaign of 1S54 with the 95th Regt., including the battle of Inker- 
man (severely wounded), siege of Sebastopol, and sortie on 26th October (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet Major, 
and Turkish Medal). Served also in the Dachau mutiny campaign in 1858, including the siege and capture of 
Kotah, battle of Kota ke Serai, general action resultirg in the capture of Gwalior, siege and capture of Pouree 
(five times mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

205 Major General Hon. Percy Feilding served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Brigade Major to the Brigade of 
Guards at the battle of Alma (mentioned in despatches) and on the Staff of the 1st Division at the battles of Bala- 
klava and Inkerman (severely wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Brevet of Major, Medal with four Clasps, Knight 
of the Legion of Honour, 5th Class of the Medjidie, Turkish Medal, and CB.). 

206 Major General Aplin served with the 28th Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, includingthe 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and affair in the Cemeterv, Wounded while in com- 
mand of the Sharpshooters of the aSth Regt. (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of 
Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

-"" Major General Hood was employed in the year 1S46 as Secretary on a special public mission to the Argentine 
Republic to settle the difference on tlie part of the combined Powers of England and France, and General Rosas, the 
Governor of Buenos Ayres. Served in the Crimea with the Buffs from the 1st May 1855 to the 8th January 18.56, 
including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (wounded) , and commanded the ladder party of the Buffs at the assault of 
the Redan on 8th Sept. — wounded; commanded the Hegiinent from 13th Sept. to 27th Dec. 1855, and marchedit into 
the Karabelnaia on 17th Sept. with Colours, &c, these being the onlv English colours that entered Sebastopol 
(Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

2-JS Major General C. C. Fraser served as Orderly Officer to Brigadier Campbell at the affair of Munseata near 
Allahabad, on the 5th Jan. 185S, and subsequently with the 7th Hussars in the Indian mutiny campaign from Feb. to 
July 1858, and from Dec. 1858 to March 1859, and was present at the affair of Meengunge, siege and capture of 
Lucknow, affairs of Barree and Sirsee (horse wounded) , action of Nawabgunge (severely wounded whilst leading 
■a squadron against a body of Gazzie fanatics, mentioned in Sir Hope Grant's despatch for "most conspicuous 
gallantry," Brevet of Major), throughout the Trans-Gogra campaign, including the affair near Churda and pursuit, 
taking the Fort of Meejeedia, attack on Bankee with pursuit to the Raptee 1 Victoria Cross for " conspicuous and 
cool-gallantry"), advance into Nepaul and affair at Sitkaghat (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Abyssinian 
campaign in 1868 as Commandant at Head Quarters and in charge of the outposts, and was present at the action 
of Arogee and capture of Magdala (mentioned in despatches " for unceasing vigilance," CB., and Medal). Has 
been awarded the Royal Humane Society's Medal of the First Class. 

203 1 Major General Eagar served the campaign of 1842 in Affghanistan with the 3 is1 Regiment, including the actions 
•of Mazeeaa, Tezeen, and Jugdulluck, the occupation of Cabool, and the different eng-aLrements leading to it (Medal). 
Served in the Crimea from nth June 1855, as Brigade Major of 2nd Brigade 1st Division from 19th August 1855 to 
17th January 1856, and was present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol and attacks on the 18th June and Sth Sep- 
tember (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). Served throughout the campaign in the north of China in 1S60, and was present at the action of Sinho 
and storming of Tangku (Medal with Clasp for the Taku Forts, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel) Commanded the 31st 
Regiment, in the operations against the TaeDing rebels in 1862, including the recapture of Khading. 

209 Major General Hon. S. J. G. Calthorpe served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Aide de 1 ampto Lord Raglan, 
including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, affairs of Bulganak and M'Keuzie's Farm, and siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and 
Turkish .Medal). 

al " Major General Redmond served with the 61st Regt. throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, and was pre- 
sent at tne passage of the Che nab and in the battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwallah, and Goojerat, and with the 
Field Force in pursuit of the enemy to the Khyber Pass (Medal with two Clasps). Expedition into the Eusufzie 
Country, and skirmishes near Saggow and Zoormundie On nth and 14th Dec. 1849. Commanded the flank Com- 
panies 61st Regiment with the force under Sir Colin Campbell at the forcing of the Kohat Pass in Feb. 1850 (Medal 
with Clasp). Commanded Detachment 61st Regiment which repulsed the attack of the mutinous Sepoys on the 
magazine at Ferozepore on 13th May 1857, and was severely wounded. Served at the siege (from 14th Aug.) 
assault and capture of Delhi (Medal witn Clasp, and CB). 

211 Major General Bulwer served the Eastern campaign of 1854 with the 23rd Fusiliers, including the battle of 
Alma and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian mutiny of 1857-59, 
including the siege and capture of Lucknow, and operations across the Goomtee under Outram. Commanded a 
Column of troops with the Left Wing of the 23rd Fusiliers in the Boeswarra district of Oude, including the capture 
of the Fort, of S .in: >, and two other successful engagements at Julrowlce and Poorwah, commanded Left Wing 



War Services of the General Officers. 27 

of the 23rd at the defeat of Benee Madho by Lord Clyde at Buxarghat (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB., Medal with Clasp, 
and mentioned in despatches). , „ _ . . , . '■'. r, „ 

212 Major General Hardy served the Eastern campaign of 1854, and commanded the Detachment ot two Com- 
panies 46th Foot at the battles of the Alma, Baluklava, and Inkerman (severely wounded in 11 -lit shoulder), and siege 
of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Major, s th Class of the Medjidie, Turkish Medal, and CB.). 

213 Major General Hutchinson served with the 2nd Dragoon Guards in the Indian campaign 111 1S58-59, including 
the siege and capture of Lueknow and subsequent operations, and commanded a detached Squadron in the action 
of Barree, and Trans-Gogra affairs at Bungaon and Newabghur (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and 
Brevet of Lt.Colonel). , „ ,,, . ,. , . 

215 Major General Elkington served with the 6th Regt. in the Kaffir wars of 1847 and 1851-52 (Medal),— during 
which he was present at the operations in the Fish river, Waterkloof, Amatolas, and Trans-Kei expeditions in com- 
mand of the Light Company. He served as Assistant Quarter Master General to the Ottoman Contingent trom 
its formation in May 1855 to the close of the war, for which he received the Brevet rank ot Major, the 4 th Class ot 
the Medjidie, and the Murkish Medal. Served as Aide de Camp to Sir John Michel during the Indian mutiny in 
1858 in Central India (Medal, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). Served with the China Expeditionary Force m i860 as 
Aide de Camp to Sir John Michel from the landing of the Army to the surrender of Fekin (Medal with Clasps, and 
promoted to an unattached Majority). . , 

2i6 Major General Steele served in the 98th Foot in the expedition to the north of China m 1S42 (Medal), and was 
present at the attack and capture of Chin Kiang Foo, and at the landing before Nankin. Served with the 9th 
Lancers at the relief of Lueknow by Lord Clyde in Nov. 1857, and commanded the Squadron on advanced guard at 
the taking of the Secunderbagh and during the relief; also commanded a Squadron at the battle of Cawnpore on 6th 
Dec. 1857, and at the action at Seraighat ; commanded two Squadrons in action at Shumshabad (severely wounded) ; 
present during the siege of Lueknow from 2nd to 19th March 1858, and commanded a Squadron in the Trans-Gogra 
affair at Kumdakoti (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). ,.,.,•«, 

2I ~ Major General Fox served in the Eastern campaign up to 15th Oct. 1S54 as I). A. Q.M. General, including the 
battle of Alma and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, 5 th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

218 Major General Grierson served with the 15th Regt. throughout the rebellion of 1837-38 in Canada, including the 
advance upon Xupervillo and subsequent pursuit of the insurgents. Served also with a Detachment consisting ot 
200 of the 15th Regiment and Ceylon Rifles, under Captain Lillie, in defeating the insurgents at Mutole on the 
29th July 1S48, during the rebellion in the Kandian Provinces in Ceylon. Has been awarded the Royal Humane 
Society's Silver Medal for saving a boy from drowning in 1853. 

219 Major General Annesley served with the 37th Regt. in Ceylon during the rebellion in 1S48. Served with the 10th 
Regiment in the Indian campaign of 1S57-5S, was present at the suppression of the mutiny at Benares, capture ot 
the Fort of Atrowleea, advance ou Lueknow, including the actions of Chanda, Umeerpore, Sultanpore, and Douraha, 
siege and capture of Lueknow, commanded the advanced party into the Kaisabagh, commanded a party ot Volun- 
teers occupying the large Mosque commanding the Kaisabagh— mentioned in despatches as having " highly dis- 
tinguished himself;" afterwards present at the relief of Azimghur and subsequent operations at Jugdespore 
(Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). . , 

-'-" Major General the Hon. J. J. Bourke served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 in the 88th Regiment, and was 
present at the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Tuikish Medal). Served in India during the suppression of the mutiny in 1857-5S, and was present at 
the affair of Bhognapore (mentioned in despatches), siege of Lueknow in March 1858, and siege and fall ol Calpee 
(Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp for Central India). . 

221 Sir Archibald Alison served with the 72nd Highlanders the Eastern campaign of 1S55, including the expedition 
to Kertch, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and attack of the 18th June (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, and lurkish 
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 Lueknow (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 
Was Brigadier General of the European Brigade and Second in Command throughout the Ashanti war from 
December 1873; led the Brigade at the battle of Amoaful, capture of ISeequa, battle of Ordahsu, and capture of 
Coomassie (thanks of Parliament, and KCB., Medal with Clasp). 

■-- Ma jur General Fa rringt on served with the 29th Regiment m the Sutlejcompnignof 1845-46, and was present at the 
battles of Ferozeshah and Sobraon (Medal and Clasp). Served also in the Punjaub campaign of 1S48-49, including 
the passage of the Chenab and battles of Chill ian wallah and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 

223 MajorGeneral T.Raikes served with the 1st Madras Fusiliers in the Burmese war of 1852-53, including therehef ot 
Pegu and subsequent operations in its vicinity, and commanded a Detachment at the recapi uicot Heeling (Medal 
with Clasp for Pegu). Served in suppression of the mutiny in Bengal in 1857-5S, and pn • with ttaveloOK s 
Column at the actions of Futtehpore, Aoung, Pandoo Nuddee, and Cawnpore; commanded detachment under 
General Neill for the defence of Cawnpore during Havelock's first entry into Oude ; afterwards pn sent at the actions 
of Bithoor, Mungarwar, and Alumbagh, relief of Lueknow on 25th September and he Residency until 

22nd November, occupation of the Alumbagh under Outram, and capture of Lueknow ; campaign in < hide m 1858, 
including the passage of the Goomtce at Sultanpore, and other minor affairs. Commanded a Field Column of all 
arms from 7 th to 22nd Oct. 1858, and defeated the enemy at Shahpore (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps, a 
year's service for Lueknow, and CB.). , 1 

■ JJI Major General Newdigate served with the 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to 
July 1855, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman (wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Modal with three Clasps, 
Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish .Medal). Served in the 
Zulu war of 1879 ™ command of the 2nd Division, and was present in the engagement at Ulundi (CB.). 

225 Lord Abinger served in the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including the battles of Alma, lukei-man, and Bala- 
klava, siege of Sebastopol and sortie on the 26th Oct. ; was appointed extra Aide de Camp to Major General Sir 
James Yorke Scarlett on 3rd Nov. 1S54, and rejoined his Regiment 1st April 1855 (brevet of Major, Medal with four 
Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

226 Major General Yonge served with the Queen's Royals throughout Lord Keano's campaign 111 Aftghanistan and 
Beloochistan, and was severely wounded at the storming of Ghuznee (Medal). He served also the campaign in the 
Southern Mahratta country in 1844 (including the storm of the fortress of Punella), ami that of the Concan in 1845. 

--' Major General Meyrick served in the Crimea from 30th Dec. 1S54, and was present at the siege and tall of 
Sebastopol (Medal with one Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

22S MajorGeneral Marshall served in the Crimea from 1st to 26th Sept. 1855, as Aide de Camp to Sir James 
Scarlett (Medal with Clasp for Sebastopol, and Turkish Medal). 

220 Major General Bassano served with the 32nd Regiment at the first and second siege operations before Mooltan, 
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 Chemote, and at the battle of Goo erat (Medal with two Clasps). Also iu the Peshawur frontier in 1852 
(Medal). Served during the Indian mutiny in 1857-59: was in action at Chinhut on 30th June 1857 (severely 
wounded), and from that date engaged in the defence of the Residency of Lueknow until its final relief by Lord 
Clyde on 24th Nov. 1S57 ; engaged in a sortie on 26th Sept. when seven guns were captured, and was 111 command 
of the Regiment from 27th Sept. to 24th Nov. (mentioned in despatches by Sir John Inglis and the Governor 
General, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, and CB.) ; also engaged in the defeat of the Gwalior rebels at Cawnpore 
on the 6th Dec. 1857, and in part of the subsequent campaign in Oude (Medal with Clasp, and grant of a year's 
service for Lueknow). 

230 MajorGeneral de Horsey served the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to 13th Jan. 1855, including the battle of 
Alma and siege of Sebastopol' (Medal with two Clasps, brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

231 Sir Henry Haveloek served as I). A. Q.M. General in the Persian expedition from 15th Feb. 1857, including the 
bombardment a nd ea oiu iv,, f Mohumrah (Modal). Served throughout the Indian eamoaignsof 1857-59 as Aide de 
Camp to General Hay, -look Iron, -!i, .In! v m Ih.-n a -of l-'ntt boor •, .' 1:1 '. ran I , N'uddee, and Cawnpore, and 
as D. A. Adj. General to tbo !', re.- frog, .'..M, .lei 1 -- itheael; 11s of ( lonao, Ru~, rutgungc (horse shot), Nawnb- 

gunge, Boorbeeake Chow I e i, lb*'.;,, , ; -, Mungarwar, an 1 Alumbagh, and reliel ol Lueknow on 2st.l1 Sept.— dangerously 
woun Led by musket-ball through left 'cibow, and h r>e shot ; defence of the ■.:•■■■'. ncy until relieved by LordClive 
on 17th Nov.. on which dav again severely wo mded ,,e a ride-ball throuarh 1, iCb a! b r. V. ithin a monthioined the 



28 War Services of the General Officers. 

Joonpore Field Force under General Franks as D. A. Adj. General and was present at the actions of Nusrutpore, 
Chanda, Umeerpore, and Sultanpore. Present with the 4th Division before Lucknow from 4th March till its fall, includ- 
ing the storming of the Lesser Emaumbarra and the Kaiserbagh. Served as D. A. Adj. General from 29th March with 
regard's Column, and present at the relief of Azimghur ; operations to 4th June (sabre cut on right hand) against 
the Jugdespore rebels, including the attack on that stronghold and eight minor skirmishes. As D. A. General in the dis- 
turbed districts of Ghazeepore and Behar under Brigadier Douglas from 15th June to Nov. 1S5S, including the 
operations in the former district in July and August, and the campaign in Shahabad in Oct. and November. Com- 
manded a detached body of 250 Mounted Riflemen and Cavalry in pursuit of the rebels after they evacuated 
Jugdespore on iSth Oct., 'intercepted and turned them from the Soane river, and three times engaged and defeated 
them, once at Nonauec on 20th Oct., inflicting considerable slaughter. Coirmianded a Detachment of Hcdson's 
Horse with the Army in Oude under Lord Clyde, and present at the skirmish at Burgudeea, capture of Musjeedia, 
and final action on the Raptee on 31st Dec. 1S5S. Served till the conclusion of the campaign in command of the 1st 
Regt. Hodson's Horse. Was repeatedly mentioned in despatches, has received the Victoria Cross, the Brevets of Major 
anil Lt.Colonel, a year's service for Lucknow, and Medal with two Clasps. Served in the New Zealand war of 1863 
and to the end of 1864 (Medal), and present at Rangariri, Paterangi, and Orakau; commanded at the skirmish of 
Waiare, where the enemy's loss fell wholly on the Ngatimaniapoto tribe, the originators of the war. 

232 Major General Prettejohn served with the Wing of the 14th Light Dragoons in the canipaism in the Southern 
Mahratta country in 1 S44-4; , and was present at the investment and capture of the fortresses of Panella and Fown- 
ghur. Also throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1S48-49, including the action of Ramnuggur with the charging 
Squadrons, passage of the Uhenab, battles of Chillian wallah and Goojerat, pursuit of the enemy across the Jhelum 
and of the .AfTghans over the Indus through the Khyber Pass (Medal with two Clasps). Served with the Persian 
expedition of 1857, and was present at the bombardment and capture of the Forts of Mohumra (Medal with Clasp). 
Also with the Central India Field Force under Sir Hugh Rose in 1857-58, and was present at the siege and capture 
of Rahutghur, action of Bnrodia, relief of Saugor, capture of Gurrakota. forcing the Muddenpore Pass (wounded), 
battle of Betwa, in command of the three Troops actually engaged (horse wounded in two places), siege and 
capture of the town and fortress of Jhansi, battle of Koonch, and commanded the Right Wing of the 14th Light 
lu-agoons in the pursuit, affairs during the advance on Calpee, capture of Calpee, action of Morar and recapture 
of the town and fortress of Gwalior and pursuit ending in the action of Jowra Allipore, in command of the 
Squadron, action of Ranode in command of the only Squadron present — severely wounded (four times mentioned 
in despatches, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). 

233 Major General Tower served with the 6th Dragoons the Eastern campaign of 18=4, including the battle of 
l; ilaklava and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Commanded the 3rd Dragoon 
Guards during the Abyssinian campaign in 1868, and was present at the assault and capture of Magdala (men- 
tioned in despatches. CB. and Medal). 

~ 3i Major General Dillon served with the 98th Regiment in the Punjaub campaign of 1S4S-9 (Medal): also with 
the Flank Companies at the forcing of the Kohat Pass under Sir Colin Campbell and Sir Charles Naoier in Feb- 
ruary 1850 (Medal with Clasp); with the RifleBrigade (2nd Battalion) in the Crimea subsequent to the fall of Sebas- 
t 'pol, from the 18th March 1S56 ; was present with it uuring the whole of its services in the field in India, from 
November 1857 to December 1859, including the actions at Cawnpore (dangerously wounded, two bayonet and one 
sword wounds), siege and capture of Lucknow (Brevet of Major). Oude campaign of 1858 under Sir Hope Grant, 
and with Lord Clyde in his Trans-Gogra operations, as Brigade Major to Brigadier Sir Alfred Horsford, and sub- 
sequently as his principal Statf Officer on the Nepaul Frontier, in his advance into Nepaul, and during the second 
Trans-Gogra campaign; also as Brigade Major to Brigadier Holdich during the operations on the Oude Frontier in 
conjunction with 12,000 Nepaulese troops, which resulted in the capture of large bodies of mutineers who had 
crossed the Nepaul boundary (Medal with Clasp). Proceeded to China in i860 as Assistant Adjutant General of 
Major General Sir R. Napier s Division, and was present during that campaign at the capture of the Taku Forts, 
&e., and the advance to Pekin (Medal with Clasps, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). Served the Abyssinian campaign as 
Military Secretary to Lord Napier, and was present at the capture of Magdala (mentioned in despatches, CB., 
Aide de Camp to the Queen, Colonel, and Medal). 

~' 3 ~ Major General W. G. Cameron served in the Grenadier Guards duringthe Eastern campaign of 1854, including 
the battle of Alma and siege of Sebastopol as Assistant Engineer right attack. Was severely wounded on the 20th 
October while in command of the Volunteer Sharpshooters of the 1st Division (Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Commanded the 3rd Regiment German Legion, 
with commission of Lt.Colonel, from May 1855 to November 1856, out of which time seven months in Turkey. 
Commanded the 1st Battalion 4th King's Own Regt. throughout the Abyssinian campaign and was present at 
the action of Arogee and capture of Magdala (mentioned in Lord Napier's despatches as having "won his 
admiration by the manner in which he has commanded his excellent Regiment, and the soldierlike spirit which by 
his teaching and example he has so well fostered and maintained," Brevet of Colonel, CB., and Medal). 

239 Major General Baring served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of Alma (severely 
wounded— arm amputated). Rejoined the 1st Battalion before Sebastopol on the 12th May 185=; and served with it 
until after the fall of the place (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th 
Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

J41 Major General Hill served with the 95th Regiment the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to the 2Sth March 1S55, 
i-uluding the battles of Alma, and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and sortie on the 26th Oct. (Medal with three 
Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Accompanied the Naval expedition under Commodore Wise, to the great Scarcies River, 
i:i January and was present on the 1st and 2nd Feb. 1S5S at the bombardment and destruction of the towns of Kam- 
bia, Royberry, Towyah, Macauka, Tanka Mars, andKarstalla, also was present with the Military Naval and expedi- 
t on, at the storming of the war fences at Kambia, and the bombardment and destruction of the 'town of Gballah, on 
the 23rd and 24th March 1859 ; commanded the Left Division of the Force employed against the Kin.' of Iiaddiboo, up 
the Kiver Gambia, in Feb. 1861, composed of the Left Wing of his Regiment, the Royal Gambia Militia Artillery, and 
a oattery of French Artillery — was on board H.M.S. Torch and Vocer at the bombardment of the enemy's works 
on the banks of the Swarracunda Creek on 16th Feb. 1861. Commauded the landing party, consisting of Detach- 
ments 1st and 2nd W. I. Regiments, and at the storming and capture of the enemy's entrenched works, was 
P -eseut at. the storming capture and destruction of the fortified towns of Carawan on the 17th, of Kinty Cunda and 
Saba on the 18th February ; was also present at the battle of Saba, and the storming capture and total destruction of 
the, enemy's stockades on the 21st Feb. 1S61. Commanded the Troops engaged against the King of Quiah ; was 
present at the capture and destruction of Massongha on 10th Dec, also at the storming and destruction of the 
stockades and war fences at Madonkia on 19th Dec. 1S61 (severely wounded), and accompanied the expedition up 
the Ribbie river 17th Jan. 1862 (Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

212 Major General Trevor served with the 14th Regt. in the Crimean campaign from the 10th Jan. 1855, including 
th : siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assault of the iSth June (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and 
Turkish Medals). Commanded the 2nd Batt. 14th Regt. in the New Zealand war in 1864-66 ; was in command of 
a mixed force of Imperial. Colonial, and Native Troops in front of the Wereroa Pah, on which occasion 50 prisoners 
were taken and possession of the Pah obtained. He accompanied General Chute with a portion of 14th Regt. 
throughout the Wanganui and Taranaki campaign of 1865-66, including the assault of Putake, Otapawa.WikokO, and 
1 te operations in the forest round Mount Egmont (mentioned in despatches, CB., and Medal). 

2+4 Major General Cureton served with the 16th Lancers in the action at Maharajpore 20th Dec. 1S43 (Bronze Star). 
Served with the 3rd Light Dragoons during the Sutlcj campaign of 1845-46, including the battles of Moodkee 

severely wounded) and Sobraon (Medal and one Clasp). Served with the 12th Lancers in the Kaffir war of 1S51-53 
(Medal) ; and also in the Crimea from 31st July 1S55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and at Eupatoria 
. .Medal with Clasp and Turkish Medal). 

246 Sir John M'Leod served with the 42nd Highlanders throughout the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including 
the battles of Alma and Balaklava, expedition to Kertch and Yenikalc, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with 
:.:ree Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served also the campaign of 1857-5S against 
t!i3 mutineers in India, including the actions at Cawnpore (6th Dec. 1857), Seraighat (mentioned in despatches), 
K liodagunj, and Shumsabad, siege and fall of Lucknow and assault of the Martiniere, Banks' Bungalow, and 
.: —urn's Kottee (mentioned in despatch), attack on the Fort of Rooyah, action at Allygnnge, and capture of 
bireilly (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and CB.). Embarked for the Gold Coast in command of the 



War Services of the eneral Officers. 29—35 

42nd Highlanders, and served throughout the second phase of the Ashanti war, in 1874. Commanded the Begi- 
ment until ordered up to the front from Mansu to the north side of the Adansi Hills to take command of tie 
Advanced Guard of the Army, now composed of the former Advanced Guard— viz., Lord Gilford's Scouts and 
Russell's Regiment— together with Head Quarters of Wood's Regiment, Head Quarters 2nd West India Regiment, 
and Rait's Artillery. Commanded the force at the capture and destruction of Adubiassie, and capture of Borbo- 
rassie; commanded the Left Attack at the battle of Amoaful; commanded the Advanced Guard at the capture 
and destruction of Becquah, the Advanced Guard engagement of Jarbinbah, and the skirmishes and ambuscade 
affairs between Adwabin and the river Ordah. Commenced the attack at the battle of Ordahsu with portions of 
Wood's and Eussell's Regiments, three companies Rifle Brigade, and a 7-pounder gun (slight contused wound of 
the hand). Afterwards with the 42nd, a gun, and Bocket Detachment, forced the position and pressing the 
fugitives with the Highlanders entered Coomassie the same evening and was appointed Commandant of the place 
(several times mentioned in despatches, KCB., Medal with Clasp). 

24 ? Major General M. Walker served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Adjutant of the 30th Begt., including the 
battles of Alma (wounded) and Inkerman, siege of Sevastopol, and sortie on 26th Oct. On the night of the 21st 
April he volunteered and led a party which took and destroyed a Russian Bitle-pit, for which he was mentioned in 
the despatches, and promoted into the Buffs. On the night of 9th June he was dangerously wounded in the 
Trenches — right arm amputated (Medal with three Clasps, Victoria Cross, 5th Class of the Medjidie, Turkish Medal, 
and Brevet of Major). Served throughout the campaign of i860 in China as Brigade Major of the 4th Brigade' 
(Medal with two Clasps for the Takn Forts and Pekin, and Brevet of Lt. Colonel). 

243 Major General Sarel served with the 9th Lancers during the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the battles 
of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Also throughout the Indian mutiny in 1S57-59, was present 
at the siege and capture of Delhi, commanded the Cavalry of the force under General Nicholson at the action of 
Nujuflghur, and a squadron at the Moiree Bastion on 14th Sept., also at the battle of Bolundshuhur where he was 
severely wounded whilst leading a charge through the town, present at the actions of Allv-hur, Agra, Kanoge, 
Maraigunge, served as Brigade Major of Cavalry at the affair at the Alumbagh, assault of the Sccundra Bagh, and 
the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde (Brevet of Major), battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec, actions at Seraighat and 
Khodargunge, occupation of Futtehghur, passage of the Goomtee under Outram, siege and capture of Lucknow, the 
summer campaign in Oude and Bohileund, actions at Rooya and Allygunge, capture of Bareillv, relief of Shahabad, 
the repulse of the attack on it and pursuit of Mohumdee ; also with the Cavalry in Oude under'Sir Hope Grant, and 
present at the occupation of Fyzabad ; commanded a Regiment of Irregular Cavalry during the latter part of campaign 
in Oude, and was present with it at the passage of the Gogra and the subsequent operations in the Terai (thanked 
by the Governor General in Council, and fourteen times mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). Acted on the 
Staff of Sir Hope Grant in China in i860 (Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with two Clasps for the Taku Forts and Pekin). 

251 Major General Feilden commanded the 1st Battalion 60th Rifles on the Bed River expedition of 1S70 (CMG.). 

252 Sir Roger Palmer served the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to 26th August 1S55 with the nth Hussars, in- 
cluding the affair of Bulganak, battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four 
Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

253 Sir Seymour John Blane served with the Scots Fusilier Guards throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, 
including the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman (wounded), siege and fall of Sevastopol, and sortie of the 26th Oct! 
(Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served as Brigade Major 
to General Nicholson at the defeat of the Sealkote mutineers at Goodaspore on the 12th and 16th July 1S57, action 
at Nujjufghur, siege and assault of Delhi,— three times mentioned in despatches and in General orders by the Go- 
vernor General (Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

254 Major General Harenc served with the 97th Begiment in the Indian campaigns in 1857-58, including the 
actions of Nusrutpore, Chanda, Ummeerpore, and Sultanpore, siege and capture of Lucknow ("mentioned in the de- 
spatches of the Governor General of India, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

255 Major General Gubbins served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Aide de Camp to Sir De Lacy Evans in- 
cluding the battles of Alma and Inkerman (severely wounded) and siege of Sebastopol (Brevet of Major Medal 
with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal I . 

2:,c Major General Goodlake served throughout the Eastern campaign of 18,4-55, including the battles of Alma 
Inkerman, Balaklava, and Tchernaya, and siege and fall of Sebastopol. He volunteered I'm- the Sharpshooters of 
the Brigade of Guards, commanded them for 42 days, and was engaged at the repulse of the sortie of 26th October 
1S54; and he served on the Quarter Master General's Staff from Feb. 1S55 (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of 
Major, Victoria Cross, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

25 ~ Major General J. C. Battray served with the 90th Light Infantry in the Crimea from the 4th Dec. 1854, including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol, was severely wounded at the assault of the Redan on the 8th September Medal with 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also during the Indian campaign of 1S57-5S, and was present with Havelock's 
Column at the relief and subsequent defence of Lucknow (twice mentioned in despatches , defence of the Alumbaeh 
under Outram, and capture of Lucknow by Lord Clyde (Medal with Clasp, and a year's service). 

;s Major General the Hon. R. Monck served with the 43rd Regiment in the Kaffir war in 1S53 (Medal). 



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Colonels. 



CB. Lt.Col. Unatt. "i 
Equerry and Aide de Camp to H.R.H. J- 



Charles Tyrwhitt, 



the Duke of Cambridge 



Fielding Alex. Campbell, 8 Col. Com. h. p. \ 

Royal Marines ) 

William Wiffram Barry, CB. Col. R. Art. ... 
Hon. David M'D. Fraser, CB. Col. R. Art. 
Wm. J. Esten Grant, CB. Colonel, R.Art.... 
Charles Taylor Du Plat, Colonel, R. j. 

Artillery, Equerry to the Queen j 

p.s.c. Hen'rv Peel Yates, CB. Col.R. Art.... 
John Edward Michell, CB. Col. R.Art. ... 
Nath.Octavius S. Turner, CB. Lt.Col. R. Art. 
1 T C W. Gates Lennox, CB. Lt.Col. R. Eng. 
Alex. Ca?sar Hawkins, CB. Colonel, R. Art. 
Ed-w. Arthur Williams, CB. Colonel. R. Art. 
M. J. Turnlmll, if. Co?. Bengal Staff Corps 
Robert Phayre, CB. Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
J.H.M.Babiugton, Lt. Col. Madras Stall C. 
Cha. C.M'Callum, if. Co/. Madras Staff C. 
Tho. Greenaway, it. Co/. Madras Staff C. 
Cha. M. Barrow, CB. Lt.Col. Bombay S. C. 
Daniel Boyd, Lt. Col. Bombay Stall' Corps 

Geo. V. Johnson, Colonel, R. Artillery 

John C. Haughton, CS'i Lt.Col. Ben. S. C. 
Francis Young, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C... 
T. F. Wilson, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal S. C... 
Fairfax ('has. Hassard, CB. Co/ohc>/. R. Eng. 
Sir Wm.Loekver Merewether, CB.KCSI. I 

Lt. Col. Bombay Staff Corps J 

Alfred W. Lucas, CB. Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
Henry H. A. Wood. CB.Lt. Col. Bombay S.C. 
Fra. A. Ellis Loch, CB.iZ. Co/.Bornbay S.C, 
Alex. Robinson, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C... 
Fra. GreethamKempster.i/. Col. Mad. S.C, 
C. P. Molony, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps. 
H. Hopkins'on, CSI. Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 
R. R. Main-waring, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C 
M. T. Ffrench, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. .. 
Alfred Fox Place, Lt. Col. Madras Staff C 
H. K. Bume, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal S. C... 
J. W. Lovell, CB. Colonel, R. Engineers .. 
W. S. Simpson, Lt. Col. Madras Staff Corps 
C. T. Aitchison, CB. Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
J. F. Pennycuick, CB. Lt.Col. R. Artillery 
Y€ Gerald Graham, CB. Lt.Col. R.Eng... 
Philip Gosset Pipon, CB. Colonel, R. Art. 
SirR. J.Meade, AC.S/.CiE.ir.Co/.Ben.S.C. 
J. M. Macgregor, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 
Geo. Holroyd, Lt. Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
J. R. M'Mullm.iZ. Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
F. J. B. Priestley, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C, 
F. P. Layard, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Geo. Thos. Field, Colonel, R. Artillery 

Alfred Cooper, Lt. Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Arthur Howlett, CB. Lt.Col. Madras S. C. 
Geo. S. Alex. Anderson, Lt.Col. Bom. S.C. 

Henry George Woods, Lt.Col. 8 Foot 

Fra. Locker Whitmore, 6 Major, Unatt. ] 

Commandant of the School of Music at V 

KnelUr JKall ) 

Horace Parker Newton, Colonel, R. Art.... 
p.s.c..ffoH.W.H.A.Feilding,lf«/.h.p. C.Gds 
Alex. Cameron Gleig, 8 Lt. Col. h. p. R.") 

Artillery. Inspector of Arm 1/ Schools ... ) 
O.E.Rothney, Ci.CSii/.CoZ. Bengals. C, 
Fred. Wm. Traill- Burroughs, 10 CB. Lt. | 

Colonel, h.p. 93 Foot I 

Sir Charles Henry Brownlow, KCB. ) 

Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps ! 

Cha. P. Keyes, CB. Lt.Col. Madras S. C, 
C. Fred. Torrens Daniell," Lt.Col. h.p. \ 

28F. A.Adj. and Q.M.&., York j 

Wm. D. Morgan, LI. Col. Bengal S. C. .. 
ThomasWriuht, CB.Lt. Col. Bengal Staff C, 
Win. Kelty M'Lcod, Lt.Col. h.p. 74 Foot... 
Edw. Howard Yvse, Lt.Col. h.p. ^Hussars 
Alex.Abcrcromby Nelson, 14 CB. Lt.Col, ) 

Enatt. Lieut. Governor of Jersey, with > 

local rank of Major General ) 

Geo. Cliffe Hatch, CSI. Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 

Willoughby Crewe, Lt.Col. Madras S.C... 

1 leu. Arbutlmot,CB.Co/o«e/,R.Art. 

EdwynS. Burnahy, Lt. Col. ('Grenadier Gds. 

William Roberts, Lt.Col, 5 Foot 

John M. Grant, Col. R. Engineers , 

Sweedland Maimvaring, Lt.Col, Mad. S.C, 
William Hickman,' Lt. Col. h.p. Brigade > 

Depot j 

Aug. Henry Ternan, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C, 
C. C. G. Ross, CB. Lt.Col, Bengal Staff C, 

Chas. R. O. Evans, Col. R. Artillery 

Fred. Geo.T. Dcshon.^Jtfu/. h.p. Dep. Batt 



CORNET 

:nd lieut. 

OrENSIGN. 



: Aug. 34 

j Sept. 26 
1 May 46 
11 Jan. 43 

1 Jan. 42 
:g June 41 

2 May 47 
16 Dec. 46 

2 May 47 

27 June 48 
Jan. 42 

» Jan. 42 

28 June 36 

26 Jan. 39 
10 Jan. 37 
10 Jan. 37 

10 Jan. 37 
■■9 Jam 37 
:o Jan. 37 
1 Jan. 42 
5 Feb. 37 
5 Feb. 37 
!4 Apr. 38 
:o June 40 

8 Mar. 41 

1 Sept. 38 

9 Dec. 43 

7 Apr. 44 

27 Aug. 37 

5 Oct. 37 
[i Dec. 37 
i2 Dec. 37 
>i Dec. 37 
21 Dec. 37 
21 Dec. 37 
50 Dec. 43 
[9 June 41 

11 Jan. 38 

10 June 4.2 

2 May 47 
9 June 50 

8 Jan. 42 
1 Mar. 38 
1 Mar. 38 
1 Mar. 38 

1 Mar. 38 

2 Mar. 38 
:i Mar. 38 
ii Jan. 43 

29 Apr. 38 

11 June 38 

12 June 38 

13 Oct. 43 

7 Aug. 3S 

ti Jan. 43 
[3 Feb. 52 
[i Jan. 43 
27 June 41 
;i Mar. 48 

20 Dec. 47 
4 Apr. 43 

3 Jan. 45 
2 Dec. 40 

8 Jan. 42 

6 June 45 

21 Aug. 49 

6 Mar. « 



Dec. ; 
12 Dec. 
7 June , 



1 Nov. 39 
1 Jan. 42 
15 Jan. 39 
12 Sept. 48 
24 Jan. 39 
4 Apr. 41 
17 June 43 
29 Dec. 37 



15 Nov. 39 



27 May 34 
9 Nov. 46 

14 Jan. 44 
Ii Dec. 42 
7 Apr. 42 

jo June 48 
27 Sept.47 
30 June 48 

7 Feb. 54 

2 Aug. 42 

3 Nov. 42 
[o Mar. 41 

1 Dec. 40 
13 Nov. 38 
25 Feb. 41 

9 Oct. 39 

2 May 40 

3 Oct. 40 

4 Apr. 43 
r6 July 42 

25 Aug. 40 
1 July 42 

23 Sept.43 

5 Apr. 43 
13 Feb. 40 
11 May 45 

8 May 49 
3 Oct. 40 

6 Apr. 40 
3 Oct. 40 

9 Jan. 40 

7 Oct. 41 
:8 Oct. 39 
3 Oct. 40 
:i Dec. 45 
:6 Aug. 44 
23 Jan. 41 
7 Aug. 44 
jo June 48 
7 Feb. 54 
:8 Aug. 43 
17 Mar. 40 
30 Sept. 40 

26 Sept.41 

7 July 42 

8 Apr. 42 
16 July 42 
30 Oct. 43 
t 9 Feb. 51 

3 Oct. 40 

s July 44 

>o Oct. 48 

:o May 39 

1 Apr. 44 

:6 July 53 
1 Apr. 44 
:o July 43 
23 Sept. 51 
10 Sept. 52 

30 Nov. 48 
7 Mar. 49 

19 Jan. 43 

15 Dec. 44 

31 July 46 
3 Feb. 54 

[5 Mar. 39 

ii Nov. 
3 Oct. 
1 Feb. 

3 Nov. 
to July 
iSMar. 
[6 July 
31 Oct. 
[9 Apr. 
,6 May 

4 Feb. 

5 Jan. 



si Sept 
17 Feb. 

27 May 

1 Nov. 
30 June 
6 July 

20 June 
6 Nov. 

25 Nov. 

Nov. 

-Nov. 

10 Aug. 

28 Dec. 

2 May 
t 7 Mai-. 
10 Jan. 
ji Mar. 
.9 Aug. 

1 Nov. 
15 Feb. 

2 Mar. 
15 June 
[4 July 
r8 Mar. 

17 Nov. 

28 Jan. 

29 May 
;i Dec. 

5 Oct. 
1 Dec. 

;2 Dec. 
to Apr. 
>i Dec. 
!i Dec. 

6 June 
6 Dec. 
ii Jan. 
[6 Jan. 

21 Sept, 

28 Oct. 

5 Sept, 

6 Nov. 
1 Mar. 
1 Mar. 
1 Mar. 

21 Jan. 

30 Apr. 
23 May 

29 Apr. 
;o Jan. 

■ 7 Feb. 
29 Dec. 



43 20 June 34 

54 2 Nov. 55 
50 2 Nov. 55 
48 2 Nov. 55 
48 23 Apr. 60 
2 Dec. 54 
2 Nov. 55 
„, 6 June 56 
57 24 Mar. 58 
■ 2 Nov. 55 
.,- 20 July 60 
50 iS Feb. 61 
48 16 June 57 
47 6 July 60 
50 iS Feb. 61 
2 iS Feb. 61 
7 7 Bee. 58 

47 iS Feb. 61 

48 3 Aug. 60 
52 18 Feb. 61 

29 Aug. 61 
!4 Mar. 58 
2 Nov. 55 

56 24 Nov. 56 
52 20 July 58 
45 20 July 5S 

57 20 July 5 S 
8 Feb. 61 
8 Feb. 61 
8 Feb. 61 
8 Feb. 61 
8 Feb. 61 
8 Feb 
8 Feb 



Nov. 57 
12 Dec. 54 
18 Feb. 61 
ig Jan. 58 



3 Sept.47 

8 July 50 
15 Dec. 54 

9 July 50 
15 May 52 

10 Nov 

3 Nov. 58 

4 Apr. 5 S 

20 May 53 

15 May 55 
17 Apr. 56 
24 Sept. 50 
17 Feb. 57 

31 July 46 

9 Apr. 



40 24 Sept. 52 
4 Apr. 51 
27 May 53 
.7 Aug. 52 
1 7 Bee. 53 
[5 Jan. 54 



45 

46 

43 

45 

42 

51 24 Mar. 54 

42 20 Sept.53 

44 10 May 5 

45 6 June 5 
41 30 Nov 



22 Nov. 59 
12 Dec. 54 
20 July 58 
26 Apr. 59 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
2 Nov. 55 
18 Feb. 61 
26 Apr. 59 
iS Feb. 61 



2 Nov 

2 Nov. 
2 Nov. 



1 June 62 

19 Jan. 58 

20 July 58 

15 Feb. 6 

16 Apr. 6 

12 Dec. 54 

25 Feb. 61 
8 Jan. 62 
27 Jan. 58 
10 June 62 

6 June 56 

18 Feb. 6 
iS Feb. 6 

2 Nov. 5, 
2 Nov. 5. 
2 Nov. 55 



18 Feb. 6 
24 Apr. 55 
!8Feb 
24 Mar. 58 
30 Jan. 63 
2 Nov 



6 July 49 28 Nov. 54 22 June 55 



Feb. 55 
24 Mar. 5 S 
26 Apr. 50 
1 Sept. 62 
7 Mar. 62 
26 Apr. 59 
26 Apr. 59 
?6 Apr. 59 

26 Apr. 59 
1 June 62 

21 June 62 

28 June 62 

6 Jan. 63 
10 Jan. 63 
10 Jan. 63 

10 Jan. 63 
19 Jan. 63 
19 Jan. 63 
24 Jan. 63 
15 Feb. 63 
15 Feb. 63 
24 Apr. 64 

3 Aug. 63 

22 Nov. 62 
1 Sept.64 

12 June 66 
18 Jan. 67 

27 Aug. 63 
5 Oct. 63 

11 Dec. 63 

12 Dec. 63 
21 Dec. 63 
21 Dec. 63 
21 Dec. 63 
18 Mar. 63 
15 Dec. 61 
j 1 Jan. 64 
18 Jan. 64 
[5 Feb. 61 
5 Feb. 61 

7 May 61 
1 Mar. 64 
1 Mar. 64 
1 Mar. 64 

1 Mar. 64 

2 Mar. 64 
:i Mar. 64 
7 Apr. 64 

29 Apr. 64 

11 June 64 

12 June 64 
18 Jan. 61 

21 July 64 

21 July 64 
15 June 60 

28 July 64 
10 June 63 
10 Aug. 64 

5 Aug. 64 
5 Aug. 64 
7 July 62 

5 Aug. 64 
5 Aug. 64 
9 Sept.64 
18 Oct. 64 

9 Dec. 64 

12 Dec. 64 
12 Dec. 64 

29 Oct. 64 
18 Dec. 57 
27 Dec. 64 

7 Jan. 65 
5 Jan. 65 
2 Feb. 63 
24 Jan. 65 
5 Aug. 64 

--) l-Yll. < = 

o Aug. 64 



WHEN 
COLONEL. PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



Feb. 58 
24 Mar. 66 
3 Apr. 66 
24 Aug. 66 

7 Mar. 67 
26 Apr. 67 
26 Apr. 67 
26 Apr. 67 

26 Apr. 67 
1 June 67 
1 June 67 

8 June 67 

6 Jan. 6S 
10 Jan. 68 
[o Jan. 68 
:o Jan. 68 
19 Jan. 6S 

19 Jan. 6S 
24 Jan. 6S 

: 5 Feb. 68 
15 Feb. 68 

20 June 68 
3 Aug. 68 

15 Aug. 68 
15 Aug. 68 
15 Aug. 68 
15 Aug. 68 

27 Aug. 68 
5 Oct. 68 
1 Dec. 68 

[2 Dec. 68 

21 Dec. 6S 
21 Dec. 68 
!i Dec. 68 
;oDec. 68 
5 Jan. 69 
si Jan. 69 
:8 Jan. 69 
[5 Feb. 69 
15 Feb. 69 

1 Mar. 69 
1 Mar. 69 
1 Mar. 69 
1 Mar. 69 

1 Mar. 69 

2 Mar. 69 
:i Mar. 69 

7 Apr. 69 
29 Apr. 69 

June 69 
June 69 
1 July 69 

July 69 



21 July 
28 July 

28 July 
10 Aug. 

10 Aug. 

11 Aug. 

11 Aug. 

22 Aug. 
25 Aug. 

5 Sept. 

Sept, 
18 Oct. 

9 Dec. 

12 Dec. 
12 Dec. 
18 Dec. 
27 Dec. 
27 Dec. 

7 Jan. 
15 Jan. 

23 Jan. 

24 Jan. 

29 Jan. 
9 Feb. 

1 Mar. 



Mar. 62 



30 Mar. 58 



29 Sept. 77 
29 July 69 



29 Oct. 73 



3 Apr. 78 
5 Sept. 77 



9 June 77 



Colonels. 



39 



Sir P. S. Lnmsden, KCB. CSI. Lt.Col. ) 

Bengals. C S 

Geo. Dean Pitt, 19 CB.Zi.Col. Brig. Depot, > 

Guildford i 

Geo. Neeld Boldero, 21 Zt. Col. Brigade) 

Depot, Taunton i 

JohnPeel, 23 Jii/or,h.p.Depot B:\tt.Assist. ) 

Adj. and Q.M.G.. Home DUtriet ) 

Lewis Edw. Knight, Lt.Col. 8iFoot 

Win. Earle, CSI itajor, Creuadier Gds... 
Ve J. Watson, <7,\ Lt.C.1. Uumbav s.c. 
Patrick Robertsbn-Boss,» CB. Lt.Col.) 

Brigade Depot. Perth > 

Praia-is William Hastii.es. Lt.Cul. R. Art. 

Richard Herbert Gall » CB. Miyor, h.p.l 
14 Hussars, 4ide de Camptothe Queen, \ 
Major <tLt.Gov., Eogal Hotpital,Chelsea I 

Edward James Lawder, Lt A ol. Mad. S. ( '. 
Andrew Macqueen, i^.Co/. Bengal Stain.'. 
George Robert Phillips, if. Co/. Mad. S. C. 
George Samuel Youiilt, 21 JA</. li.p. SoF. ^ 

Assist. Adj. 4- Q. M. Gen.i Dublin S 

Robert Nixon Tronson, Lt.Col. Ben. S. C. 
Shurlock Heniiiug, 3:< C2J. Lt. Col. Brigade) 

Depot, Dorchester > 

Arthur Wombwell, 35 Lt.Col. Brigade/ 

Depot, Winchester i 

Win. 0. Anderson, Lt.Col. Bombay S. C. 
Henry Augustus Smvth, Colonel, R. Art.. 
Iv humid Francis Hurt ., i.l.t.C,/. Mad. S. V 
Wm. Alfred G. Wright," Col. 2nd Com. 1 

h.p. Roval Marines ) 

Horatio Harbord ttoranV ''-■'■' >Z.h.p.) 

27 Foot; Aide de Camp to tie Queen) 
Fredk.SamuelBlyth,* l CB.i*.CoZ.h.p.4oF 
John Hart Dunne, 1 - Lt.Col. Brigade} 

Depot, Warwick I 

Benrj Adair, I ■ Com. i: >yal Mi rine An 
'I'll ■-. BAtbra.y,CB.CSI.Li 1 ol. Bengal S.C 
George Ove [ale Pri •■. tt.i ol. B im. S. C 

I! I1-.11 Urns. .11. /.' ' n/.\ ;; ira- Siatt'Corps 
John Matthew ( 'ripps, Lt. ( ol. Bengal S. C. 
Thomas Casev Lyons. 44 CB. Lt.Col. h.p. } 

Br. Depot, Deputy Q.M. Gen., Ireland ) 
Julius B. Dennys. i/.Co7. Bengal S. C. ... 

Reginald Gipps, Lt.Col. Scots Gds 

FitzRov M. H. Somerset, Lt.Cul. R. Entr.. 
John Cockburn Hood, if. Co/. Bena-al S. C. 
George Coleloiie-h, Colonel, R. Artillery .., 
Alex. J. H. Elliot, 4 ' 5 CB. Jiy'o/-, Unatt. ) 

AsAstant Quarter Master Gi urral ) 

Francis Mardall, Lt. Col. Madras Staff C. 

George Baldock, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 
Robert A. Logan, 45 CB. Lt.Col. Brigade ) 

Depot, Hounslow j 

Fred. Wm.Craven Ord, Co/o« f / R. Artillery 
ririlughRowlaiiiU/-"C/J./.f.Co/.h.p.34F. 
John Nason. 5 - Lt. Col. h.p. Brigade Depot 
WilliamLe-h('a'iusae././.r,7.|:.„,il ) avS.i' 
Charles Curtis |M-,- v , HA A. I lengal S. C 
Henry Francis Williams, 5 * Lt.Cul. h.p. ) 

I ; ri Li-ade Depot j' 

George Byng Harman, 5 " if. Cof.h. p. Bri- ) 

gade Depot, Deputy Adjutant General - 

in Ireland '. j 

Duncan Jas. Baillie, Lt. Col. Brig. Depot, 7 

Fort George ) 

Edward Thus. F'askeu, Lt. Col. Madras S.c 
John Allen Wright, Lt.Col. Bengal Stalt'C. 
Drury C'urzon Drury Lowe, 55 CB. Lt.Col. ) 

h.p.i7Lan > 

James Sinclair Thomson, '^Lt. Col. h.p. 14 F 
p.s.c. ( 1.0. Creagh-Osborne, 59 CB. Lt.l 'ol. ) 

li . 1 > . BrigndeDepot;CojH»i<jHt/u»t of the (• 

Stuff College j 

Richd. Drapes Ardaeh, Lt. Col. MadrasS.C. 
James Nowell Young, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
John Loudon, Lt.Cul. Madras Staff Corps 
HughHeefkeO'Connell, if. Col. MadrasS.C 
A. J. Lyon-Fremantle, Lt. Col. Coldst. Gds. . 
Wm. Alex. Riach, Lt.Col. Madras Staff f 
Augustus Ritherdon, Lt. Col. Madras S. C. 
Percy F. Gardiner, LI. Col. Bengal S.C. ... 
c. John Hackett, 60 Lt.Col. h.p. Brigade) 

Depot; Colonel on the Stofr, Jamaica... ' 
Alex. Hugh Cobbe, 61 CB. Lt.Col. h.p.) 

i7Foot; Commanding a Brigade at Agra} 
JohnlrvineMurray, CB. Lt. Col. Ben gal S.C. 
O. L. C. Williams, Lt.Col. R. Horse Gds. 
Thomas Gillilan, Lt. Col. Madras Staff!' 
Sir Lewis Pelly, KCB. KCSI. Lt.Col. ) 

Bombay Staff Corps j 

John Winlmrn Laurie. 1 '- Major, Unntt..' 
Henry Raw. ms Drew, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 



COKM-.T, 
2nd LIllCT., LIEUT. 
Or ENSIGN. 


CAPTAIN. 


MAJOR. 


LIEUT. 
COLONEL. 


COLONEL. 


WHEN 

placed o.\ 

HALF PAY. 


10 Dec. 47 23 May 54 


18 Feb. 61 


19 Feb. 61 


21 Aug. 66 


16 Alar. 70 




11 Oct. 39,19 Jan. 44 


" 4 May 49 


9 Mar. 61 


21 Alar. 65 


21 Alar. 70 




8 Oct. 47 3 Apr. 49 


7 May 52 


12 Dec. 54 


6 Feb. 62 


31 Alar. 70 




22 June 47 


19 Oct. 49 


25 Nov. S3 


17 July 55 


27 Mar. 63 


16 Apr. 70 




17 Sept.50 
17 Oct. 51 
3 Feb. 48 


19 Aug. 51 
6 June 54 
27 July 52 


7 Nov. 54 
16 Feb. 55 
18 Feb. 61 


21 Feb. 60 
19 Feb. 61 


19 July 64 11 May 70 

. :o '.ay 7 
22 July 69! 28 Alay 70 




7 Apr. 48 5 Dec. 51 


29 Dec. 54 


17 July 55 


3 Aug. 


2 June 70 




17 June 43 


5 Apr. 45 


24 July 51 


2 Nov. 55 


5 June 65 


5 June 70 




3 July 35 


7 Dec. 38 


31 Alar. 48 


18 Sept. 5 7 


24 Alar. 58 


S June 70 




18 June 39 
18 June 39 
18 June 39 


17 Aug. 44 
2! Aug. 43 
2 Jan. 44 


1 A lay 54 
18 June 54 
18 June 54 


20 July 58 
18 Feb. 61 


1 3 June 65 
18 June 65 
18 June 65 


1 8 June 70 
18 June 70 
18 June 70 




16 July 41 


26 July 44 


31 Oct. 52 


26 Apr. 59.24 Jan. 65 


20 July 70 




24 July 39 


15 Aug. 42 


30 July 4S 


18 Feb. 61 24 July 65 


24 July 70 




20 Apr. 49 


6 June 54 


23 Mar. 55 


13 Nov. 6c 


■ 


25 July 70 




5 Apr. 39 


29 Oct. 41 


8 May 46 


2 Nov. 55 


22 June 64 


1 Aug. 70 




6 Aug. 39 
•20 Dec. 43 
18 Sept. 39 


2 Dec. 42 
5 Apr. 45 
31 May 24 


11 Sept.50 
11 Aug. 51 

7 Mar. 48 


18 Feb. 61 
[2 Feb. 1 
18 Feb. 61 




6 Aug. 70 

:l All-. 70 

18 Sept. 70 




24 Sept. 39 


12 Apr. 43 


18 Jan. 53 


12 Jan. 65 


10 Nov. 65 


10 Nov. 70 


17 Sept. 77 


20 Aug. 44 


3 Nov. 46 


21 Oct. 53 


26 Dec. 56 


2 Dec. 62 


12 Nov. 70 


29 Jan. 79 


4 May 49 


19 July 50 


23 Dec. 53 


21 Nov. 62 


21 Alar. 6 5 


24 Nov. 70 


6 Aug. 79 


21 Sept. 52 


27 Jan. 54 


27 July 55 


3 Alar. 63 


25 Nov. 65 


25 Nov. 70 




29 Dec. 45 
10 Dec. 39 
10 Dec. 39 

10 Dec. 39 

11 Dec. 39 


27 May 4S 
24 Jan. 42 
3 Oct. 40 
30 Apr. 42 
1 6 July 42 


19 Dec. 56 
1 Feb. 54 
5 July 4g 

22 Feb. 53 
1 Sept.50 


. May v 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 


10 Dec. 65 
10 Dec. 65 

10 Dec. 65 

11 Dec. 65 


28 Nov. 70 
10 Dec. 70 
ro Dec. 70 

10 Dec. 70 

11 Dec. 70 




31 Oct. 45 


2 Nov. 49 


27 July 55 '26 Apr. 50 


25 Dec. 65 


25 Dec. 70 




3 Jan. 40 

1 Jan. 42 
29 Jan. 40 
tg June , | 


12 Nov. 42 
ro Apr. ., 
22 Apr. 45 
<; Nov. 41 
26 Feb. 46 


6 Jan. 52 
20 June 54 
17 Feb. 54 
10 June 50 
iS Alar. 52 


18 Feb. 61 
6 June 5c 

20 July 5S 
3 Feb. 64 


. 


3 Jan. 71 

25 Jan. 71 

29 Jan. 71 

30 Jan. 71 




iS July 4 S 


14 June 50 


22 Dec. 54 


17 July 55 


8 June 63 


1 Feb. 7 < 




8 Feb. 40 
15 Feb. 40 


24 Dec. 44 
3 Jan. 42 


8 Feb. 55 
20 June 48 


18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 


15 Feb. 66 


8 Feb. 71 
15 Feb. 71 




26 Oct. 41 


3 Mar. 43 


7 Alar. 51 


19 June 55 


22 Feb. 63 


17 Feb. 71 




19 June 44 
25 Sept. 49 

31 Mar. 40 
14 Apr. 40 


1 Apr. 46 
21 Apr. 51 

4 Sept. 49 
23 Oct. 43 
16 July 42 


1 Apr. 52 
25 Aug. 54 
29 Oct. 54 

4 Aug. 53 
14 Apr. 55 


21 Feb. 64 
2 Nov. 55 

17 July 55 

18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 


27 Feb. 66 

■ Apr. 63 
ji Mar. & 


27 Feb. 71 
2 ; Mar. 71 

31 Mar. 71 
14 Apr. 7 1 


12 June 7S 
1 Apr. 78 


19 May 4; 


20 Dec. 44 


3 Alar. 54 


19 Jan. 58 


; 18 Apr. 71 


25 Sept. 78 


18 Sept. 49 


21 June 50 


19 June 55 


2 Nov. 55 


2 .Tunc 71 




28 Feb. 45 


28 Sept.47 


21 Apr. 54 




5 June 66 5 June 71 




1 1 June 40 

12 June 40 


5 Mar. 44 
24 Jan. 45 


1 1 June 55 

12 June 55 


18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 




11 June 71 

12 June 71 




28 July 54 


7 Nov. 54 


9 Nov. 56 10 June 62 




15 June 71 


29 Oct. 79 


25 Nov. 42 


13 June 46 


9 July 52 21 Sept. 60 


27 July 66 


27 July 71 




18 Juno 41 


5 Aug. 42 


1 Alar. 54 11 May 60 


1 Apr. 66 




29 Sept. 77 


20 Aug. 4c 

21 Aug. 40 
21 Aug. 40 
30 Aug. 40 
10 Dec. 52 

6 Sept. 40 
16 Sept. 40 
27 Sept. 40 


2 Oct. 42 
16 July 42 
20 Sept. 42 
15 Aug. 42 
29 Apr. 53 
24 Jan. 49 
26 Jan. 43 
24 Jan. 45 


20 Aug. 55 
9 Dec. 54 

21 Aug. 55 
20 Oct. 53 

6 Nov. 54 
30 Sept. 54 
10 Oct. 51 
27 Sept. 55 


18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 

18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 


20 Aug. 66 

21 Aug. 

27 Sept. 66 


20 Aug. 71 

21 Aug. 71 

30 Aug. 71 
6 Sept. 71 

27 Sept. 71 




17 Nov. 37 


28 Aug. 39 125 July 51 


12 Dec. 54 


26 Nov. 6i [ 3o Sept. 71 


13 Mar. 78 


16 June 43 


10 Jan. 45 21 July 48 


2 Nov. 55 


2S July 64 '30 Oct. 71 


14 June 79 


10 Dec. 42 

12 Mar s4 
12 Dec. 4c 


7 Sept.45'23 Nov. 5 D ' 2 ° July 5S 

25 Jan. 56 7 May 5 8 ' 

9 June 43 t Sept. 50 iS Feb. 61 


7 Dec. 66 

0. 




t2 Dec. 40 


24 Jan. 43 t2 Dec. 55 18 Feb. 61 






- 


S Dec. 54 








12 Dec. 71 





4° 



Charles Hayes Abdy, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. 
J. T. Francis. Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 
Robert Biddulph, CB. Lt.Col. Royal Art. 
Richard Thos. Glvn, CB. Lt.Col. 24 Foot 
Charles Geo. Gordon, CB. Lt. Col. R. Eng. 
Aug. F. Baird, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C... 
James Marquis, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C... 

Alfred B. Little, Lt.Col. Bombay S. C 

Fred. E. Appleyard, CB. Lt.Col. 85 Foot 
George Hyde Page, 63 Zf, CoUi.p. Brigade 7. 

Depot ) 

John Louis Nation, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C 
Allen B. Johnson, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C 
Y& H. T. Macpherson, CB. Lt.Col.-} 

Bengal Staff Corps S 

George Edw. Baynes, 64 Lt.Col. Brigade \ 

Depot, Oxford i 

John P. Watts, Lt. Col. Madras Staff Corps 
H. F. M. Boisragon, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C 
H.W. Mawbey, Col. 2nd Com.R. Marine Art, 
John Thomas Dalyell, M tZ'.CW. Brigade > 

Depot, Glencross S 

William Cooper, 65 Zr,CoZ. Brigade Depot, "> 

Wrexham ) 

FiennesM. Colvile, 66 CZ*.Z<.CoJ. Brigade )_ 

Depot, Shrewsbury 1 

Y£ JohnC.M'Neill, 67 CB. CMG.Major,\ 

h.p. 48 Foot, Equerry to the Queen ) 

William Gordon, CZE.Zr.Co/.BengalS.C. 
C. Lyons-Montgomerv, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
Edm. F. Waterman, Lt.Col. Madras S.C 
Thomas H. Sibley, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C... 
Anthony Chas. Cooke, CB.Colonel,-R. Eng. 
Charles Pasley, Lt. Col. Royal Engineers . 
Henry Wray, CMG. Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
George Leslie, Colonel, Royal Artillery ... 
Henry L. Fulke Greville, Colonel, R. Art 
Thomas A. L. Murray, Colonel, R. Eng... 
Thomas Inglis, Colonel, Roval Engineers 
Sir A.Clarke, CB.KCMG. CIJE. Col. R.Eng. 
John Yerbury Moggridge, Col. RoyalEng. 

John Gordon Jervois. Col. R. Eng 

Vere Hunt Bowles, 63 Lt.Col. Brigade) 

Depot, Belfast ) 

Henry Woodbine Parish," CB. Lt.Col. \ 

h.p. Brigade Depot i 

James Rose, 70 Lt.Col. Brigade Depot, \ 

Warley ; Aide de Camp to the Queen ... ) 
Edward Chippindall, 71 CB. Lt.Col.) 

BrigadeDepot,Zeicesi!er; Aide de Camp \ 

to the Queen I 

Sir Charles Knight Pearson," 1 1 CB. ") 

KCMG. Lt.Col.h.-p. 3 Foot $ 

William Charles Bancroft, Lt. Col. Bri-j 

gade Depot, Preston j 

Alex. Anthony Preston Browne, 72 Lt. \ 

Col. Brigade Depot, Enniskillen j 

John C. B. De Butts, Col. R. Engineers ... 
Geo. Richards Greaves, 73 CB. Major, ~\ 

h.p. 70 F. Adjutant General in India, > 

with local rank of Major General j 

George H. Hawes, 74 Lt.Col. h.p. 9 Foot, ") 

Aide de Camp to the Queen ) 

John Ignatius Macdonell, Lt.Col. 71 F. ... 
Fred. Schneider, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C. 
Fred. Alexander, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 

Wm. Lovelace Dumaresq, Col. R. Art 

Gwavas S. Tilly, Col. Royal Engineers... 
G. B.Mnmwarmg, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 
W. E. White, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Charles Hight, Lt. Col. Madras Staff C. 
Henry Butler, 76 Major, h.p. 57 Foot ... 



Colonels 



D. E. Hoste, CB. Col. Royal Artillery 

Henry Hevman, Colonel, Royal Artillery 
C. B. Ewart, CB. Colonel E. Engineers ... 
C. B. P.N. H. Nugent, CB. Col. R, Eng. 
George Pringle, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C... 
Edward Bclfield, Col. Royal Engineers ... 
Henry Francis Bythesea.Zf. Col. Brigade) 

Depot, Devizes ) 

E. N. Sandilands, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 
Sir John Stokes, KCB. Col. Royal Eng.... 
James M. Nuttall, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
Y€ R. H. Keatinge,C,SX. Lt.Col. Bom. S.C. 
William L. Morrison, Colonel, R. Engineers 
John Doran, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C... 
R. S. Couchman, Z 1 ■«/. ....h.u.i- Maff C. 
JohnThacker, Lt.f ,'. \: .■ ,.l>av Man C... 
Harry Smith Obbir 1, /.• ( .7. j., : . , 1 S.C. 
Cha. Thomas Pal 11, <'.'.< - ! Bon Ik v S.C. 
Hugh Rose, Lt.CA. Be i^r.i Etui. < c'rps... 



CORNET, 

nd LIEUT. LIEUT. CArTAIN. MAJOR. 

Or ENSIGN. 



Dec. 40 
._ Jan. 41 

22 June 53 

16 Aug. 50 

23 June 52 

17 Feb. 41 
17 Feb. 41 
10 Dec. 42 
14 JuneVso 
23 Apr. 41 

8 Mar. 41 

27 July 46 

28 Feb. 45 
2 July 41 

30 Mar. 41 
14 June 45 

29 Dec. 45 
14 May 47 

5 June 43 
14 Aug. 50 



6 Feb. 44 22 Dec. 55 
24 Jan. 45 29 July 53 



30 May 54 
24 June 53 
17 Feb. 54 
1 Mar. 46 
5 Feb. 43 



June 41 
12 June 4 

12 June 4. 
9 Dec. 43 

17 June 43 
20 Dec. 43 
20 Dec. 43 
[9 Dec. 44 
19 Dec. 44 
ti Jan. 43 
t 7 July ._ 
19 June 44 
[9 June 44 
19 Dec. 44 
:o Apr. 49 
9 Mar. 39 
16 Nov. 41 

10 Dec. 47 

13 Nov. 52 
13 June 44 
3 June 46 
9 Dec. 44 

30 Nov. 45 

!4 Nov. 43 
16 Apr. 44 
:o Dec. 41 

11 Dec. 41 

18 June 45 
:9 Dec. 44 
.8 Jan. 42 
8 Jan. 42 
8 Jan. 42 

2 Mar. 47 
8 June 45 

3 Feb. 52 



Jan. 46 20 July 57 



12 Oct 
12 May 43 

12 Aug. 47 

26 Feb. 51 

13 July 48 

12 Dec. 43 
24 Jan. , , 

13 Oct. 46 

27 May 48 
21 June 50 

Oct 

23 Nov. 52 



9 Dec. 50 13 Aug. 55 
4 Mar. 45 
Jan. 



June 45 

June 45 

Dec. 45 

. Mar. 4: 

[8 Dec. 45 



26 Sept. 45 2 Feb. 49 
May 42 3 Apr. 46 



20 Dec. 43 

June 42 

1 June 42 
7 June 43 
1 June 42 
1 June 42 
1 June 42 
1 June 42 
1 June 4? 
1 June 42 



31 Mar. 45 
2 Feb. 50 
1 Apr. 46 
1 Apr. 46 
1 Apr. 46 
1 Apr. 46 
1 Apr. 46 
1 Apr. 46 
1 Apr. 46 
1 Apr. 46 
1 Apr. 46 
1 Apr. 46 
■2 Aug. 53 

5 Apr. 42 

tS Dec. 46 



„ Feb. 6 
_ Apr. 60 15 Feb. 6 
7 Sept. 55 23 July 6 
Apr. 59 30 Deo. 6 



Feb. 61 22 Dec. 66 22 Dec. 7 



5 Jan. __, 
7 Feb. 56 



29 Dec. 54 
26 Jan. 55 

8 Mar. 56 

5 Oct. 57 

6 Oct. 57 

17 Oct. 48 

30 Mar. 56 

23 Nov. 56 
3 Jan. 57 

23 Apr. 52 
26 Jan. 55 

9 Oct. 55 

3 1 Aug. 60 
5 Jan. 53 
2 June 56 
2 June 56 
8 Dec. 57 

-7 Feb. 54 
17 Feb. 54 

7 Feb. 54 
Dec. 5 



8 Feb. 61 

18 Feb. 61 
20 July 58 
26 Dec. 56 
26 Jan. 55 

8 Mar. 61 
20 July 58 
20 July 58 

19 Jan. 58 
30 Mar. 61 
19 Jan. 5S 



7 Feb. 54 
7 Feb. 54 



21 Mar. 54 
8 July 55 

6 Feb. 46 

5 Oct. 49 

y Jan. 49 23 Dec. 53 

5 June 55 15 Feb. 56 
21 Apr. 46 26 Feb. 58 

6 Oct. 52 2 May 59 
Apr. 46 20 June 54 

6 Jan. 52 11 Oct. 

4 Jan. 46 

8 Dec. 46 

3 May 44 

3 July 45 

1 Apr. 46 

1 Apr. 46 

ii Dec. 45 
ji Jan. 45 
31 Oct. 45 
23 Mar. 49 
Apr. 46 
June 54 



12 Dec. 54 
16 May 65 
11 Feb. 62 
8 Oct. 61 
ti June 61 
[2 June 61 
June 6 



2 Jan. 67 

5 Jan. 64 
13 Feb. 67 

16 Feb. 64 

17 Feb. 67 
17 Feb. 67 
26 Feb. 67 

6 Mar. 67 

29 Jan. 63 

8 Mar. 67 

11 Mar. 67 
13 Mar. 67 

1 Apr. 66 

30 Mar. 67 

12 Mar. 65 

10 Apr. 67 

2 Feb. 62 
17 Apr. 67 
21 Mar. 65 

1 Mar. 64 

1 1 June 67 

12 June 67 

2 June 67 



2 Nov. 55 
Jan 



7 Dec. 52 18 Dec. 64 
1 June 53 5 Sept. 65 



19 Jan. 58 13 June 65 



. _ Mar. 65 
6 July 67 



Nov. 64 6 July 67 
Dec. 64 



to Nov.' 66 
10 Nov. 66 



7 Feb. 54 2 Feb. 67 
.7 Feb. 54 11 Feb. 67 



June 45 1 Apr. 46 



Apr. 46 
Apr. 46 
Apr. 46 
25 Nov. 44 
Apr. 46 



- Apr. 46 

24 Jan. 45 

July 45 

Apr. 46 

20 Sept. 45 
8 Apr. 45 

21 Jan. 46 
11 Apr. 45 

Jan. 46 
Apr. 47 



19 Sept. 
29 Dec. 54 

Dec. 56 
8 June 56 
12 Sept. 53 
10 June 54 

1 Oct 
8 Jan. 57 
8 Jan. 57 
6 Nov. 54 

26 Sept.53 

6 Sept. 59 
14 Jan. 54 

29 Nov. 53 
13 Dec. 54 
13 Dec. 54 
24 May 53 
13 Dec. 54 
Dec. 54 
21 Oct. 57 

7 Feb. 54 



1 Mar. 64 

2 Nor. 55 
21 Oct. 65 
to Dec. 61 
:i Dec. 61 
8 Feb. 66 



19 Dec. 6 
6 June 56 
2 Dec. 54 
2 Nov. 55 
2 May 65 
29 Dec. 65 
22 Jan. 63 



8 Jan. 62 
8 Jan. 62 

8 Jan. 62 
6 June 56 

[2 Dec. 54 
n Aug. 66 
[2 Dec. 54 
4 Mar. 66 
2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 55 

9 Mar. 62 



20 July 66 

.. May 62 
6 June 56 



/ icu. S4 " «~*«- j- 

6 June 57 10 June 62 



3 Jan. 57 
Feb. 54 
Jan. 55 
23 Nov. 56 
23 Nov. 56 
1 June 57 -- ■ 

1 1 June 57 11 June 62 u June 68 
11 June 57 11 June 62 n June 68 



6 July 67 
6 July 67 
6 July 67 
6 July 67 
6 July 67 
6 July 67 
10 July 67 
28 July 67 
31 July 67 
6 Aug. 61 

9 Mar. 65 
14 Aug. 67 



Dec. 67 

1 Dec. 67 

1 Jan. 6S 

1 Jan. 68 

8 Jan. 6S 

8 Jan. 6S 

S Jan. 6S 

21 Mar. 6 



Jan. 72 

15 Jan. 72 
13 Feb. 72 

16 Feb. 7: 

17 Feb. 7 
17 Feb. 7: 
26 Feb. 72 

6 Mar. 72 
8 Mar. 72 

8 Mar. 72 
11 Mar. 72 
13 Mar. 72 
30 Mar. 72 

30 Mar. 72 

9 Apr. 72 

10 Apr. 72 
17 Apr. 72 

17 Apr. 72 
21 Apr. 72 
25 Apr. 72 

1 1 June 72 

12 June 

12 June ,.. 

13 June 72 
6 July 72 
6 July 72 
6 July 72 
6 July 7 
6 July 7„ 
6 July 72 
6 July 72 
6 July 7 
6 July 7_ 

10 July 72 
28 July 72 

31 July 72 
4 Aug. 7 

14 Aug. 72 
4 Aug. 72 



Aug. 67 14 Aug. 72 

Aug. 67 21 Aug. 72 
21 Aug. 67 21 Aug. 72 

:i Mar. 65 12 Sept. 72 

8 Aug. 64 2 Nov. 72 
27 Nov. 67 27 Nov. 72 



Dec. 72 
Dec. 72 
Jan. 73 
Jan. 73 
Jan. 73 
Jan. 73 
_ Jan. 7„ 
6 Jan. 73 



20 July 5S 
10 Nov. 66 

: June 62 

: June 62 

: June 62 . x , 

: Juno 62 1 1 June 68 
June 6: 



3 Aug. 62 2 Feb. 73 

5 Feb. 68 " 
^ Sept. 62 

29 Feb. 68 

3 Mar. 66 

4 Mar. 66 
9 Mar. 68 
7 Mar. 6S 

1 Apr. 6S 
21 May 68 

6 July 67 

10 June 68 
3 Nov. 66 
6 July 67 

1 1 June 68 
1 1 June 6S 

June 68 



-5 Feb. 73 
1 Mar. 73 
1 Mar. 73 
4 Mar. 73 
4 Mar. 73 
9 Mar. 73 

17 Mar. 73 
1 Apr. 73 

21 May 73 
4 June 73 

10 June 73 

1 1 June 73 
11 June 73 
1 1 June 73 
1 1 June 73 
11 June 73 
1 1 June 73 
11 June 73 
11 June 73 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAY. 



Apr. 7 S 



Apr. 78 



o Nov. 7S 



21 July 77 



14 May 73 



Colonels. 



CORNET, 
OrENSIGK.I 



John J. Fulton, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C.... 
Ruht. M.Macdonald, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
John Gray Touch, Zf.CW. Madras Staff C. 

Henry Kent, Lt. Colonel, 77 Foot 

Richard Bateson, Lt.Col. h.p. 1 Life) 

Guards; Aide de Camp to R.R.S. the \ 

Duke of Cambridge ) 

Charles Thompson, Lt.Col. Bombay S. C. 
Edmund Tyrwhitt, Lt.Col. Bengals. G... 
Herbert D. Slade," Lt.Col. h.p. 1 Dr.Gds. 
Charles Fred. Hicks, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 
Alexander Carnegy, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
ErskineG. Langinore, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
Wm. R. Houghton, Lt.Col. Bombay S. C.j 
Charles Smith, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. ... 
P. S. Cunningham, Lt.Col. Madras S. C.J 
Lewis Wm. Buck, Lt.Col. Madras S. C.J 
Aug. B. Marsack, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. ... 
Wm. E.M. Beillv, CB. Col. Royal Artillery 
William Bellairs," 8 CB. Major, TJnatt. \ 

Deputy Adj. 4-Q.M. Gen.C. of Good Hope ) 
Wm. Boyd Saunders, Col. Royal Artillery 
Charles Scott Elliot, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. ; 
Harry C. Anderson, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C.l 
Charles Reay, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps' 
Herbert H. James, Lt.Col. Bombay S. C 
John B. Thelwall. CB. Z/XW. Bengal S.C. 
James Reid, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps... 
James Emerson, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C... 
Hamilton Forbes, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. ... 

Henry Terrick FitzHugh, Col. R. Art 

Geo. H. J. A. Fraser, Colonel, Royal Art.. 
Thomas Maunsell," 9 CB. Lt.Colonel,\ 

h.p. Brigade Depot ) 

Hon. George Wrottesley, Lt.Col. R. Eng.. 
Edw. Cha. A. Gordon, Lt.Col. R. Eng. ... 

Joseph Godby, Col. R. Artillery 

Dominick Sar.-field Greene, CB. Col. R.A. 
Fra.Kdw.Drewe, 80 Lt.Col.B. Depot, Exeter 
.Hoh. CharlesWemyssThesiger, 81 Lt.Col. 

h.p. 6 Dragoons ; Inspecting Officer of 

Yeomanru Cacalri/ in Great Britain ... 
Thomas Nuttall, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C. 
Walter R. Lambert, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
Henry N. Miller, Lt.Col. Bombay S. C. .. 
Henry H. Firth, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 
Whitworth Porter, Lt.Col. Royal Eng. .. 
Cornwallis O. Maude, Lt. Col. Bombay S.C 
Alex. Geo. M. Moore, Lt. Colonel, 4 Huss. 
J. A. M. Macdonald, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
DeSymons Barrow, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. 
Sir Francis W. Festing, CB. KCMG. 

Lt.Col. Royal Marine Artillery 

FitzWilliam Fredk. Hunter,*® Lt. Col. 

Brigade Depot, Worcester 

Arthur Drury, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
<\GeorgeBugot,"Zf.Co7. Br. Depot, Galtvay 

Andrew Nugent, Lt.Col. 2 Dragoons 

Alex. G. Forsyth, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C 

Henry Beville, CB. Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
George S. Macbean, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
John Irwin Willes, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C... 
Fra. Fisher Hamilton, 84 CB. Lt.Col. h.p. \ 

4F., Assist. Adj. 4-Q.M.Gen.,Devonport J 
Wm. G. Mainwaring, CIE. Lt.Col. Bom-^ 

bay Staff Corps j 

Ro bertU en ry Bu lton, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
George Tito Brice, 85 Z£. Col. h.p. ^Foot;") 

Com. a Brigade of the Bombay Army ... ) 
Geo. Fred. Campbell Bray ,<* Lt.Col. h.p. ~) 

96 Foot; A.A.J,- Q.M.Gen. Portsmouth] 
Joshua Henry Smith, Lt.Col. Royal Eng, 
p.s.e.YC NiVHenryEvelynWood, 88 KCB.) 

Lt.Col. h.p. 90 F., Com. Belfast Dm., V 

tcith rank of Brigadier General ) 

p.s.c. Sir George Pomeroy CoUey, CB. \ 

CMG. KCSI. Major, 2 Foot j 

Wm. Anthony Gib, Lt.Col. Madras S.C... 
Wm. T. F. Farewell, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
FrederiekHardy^-Zf.CV.BrigadeDepoO 

Pontefract j 

Son. Wm. Henry Herbert, 89 Lt. Col. } 

Brigade Depot, Northampton j 

Aug. Wm. Ritherdon, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
Edw. Henry Power, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
Daniel Mocatta, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C... 
George Wm. Fraser, Lt. Coi. Bengal S.C. 
H. M. Boddam, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. ... 
John James Dansey, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
Torin Thatcher. Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C. 
Son. Bernard Mathew Ward,™' Lt.Col, f 

Brigade Depnt, A,- ,,/, j 

Cha. ll.l'a!l>er, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
John Wm V. Bean, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C... 
Richard Freer,** Lt.Col. h.p. 27 Foot ... . 



n June 42 
12 June 42 
12 June 42 
8 Aug. 45 

16 Mar. 49 



5 Mar. 
29 July 
10 Nov. 
23 Aug. 



45 12 June 57 
46! 12 June 57 
50)27 Sept.54 



31 Oct. 51 15 May 55 



18 June 42^30 Sept. 
10 July 42 1 1 July 
25 Oct. 42) 9 June 
25 July 42 6 Mar. 

27 July 48 '22 Mar. 

28 July 42 31 Dec. 
2 Aug. 42 : 2i Jan. 
2 Aug. 42^0 May 



! July 55 



WHEN 
COI.OML. PLACED ON 
; HALFPAY. 



1 1 June 62 1 

12 June 62; 
12 June 62 
24 Aug. 54 



1 June 68 : :i jui e73 

2 June 68! 12 June73J 

2 June 68 12 June 73 

3 June 68, 13 June 73 1 



I 
13 June 68 13 June 73 



Aug. 42 
20 Aug. 42 
20 Aug. 42 

8 Dec. 45 


3 June 
11 Feb. 
18 Nov. 

3 Apr. 


8 May 46 


6 July 



18 Dec. 45I 6 Apr, 
29 Aug. 42 ' 4 June 

2 Sept. 42 7 Mar. 
9 Sept. 42 1 Jan. 

10 Dec. 44 26 Feb. 
4 Aug. 43 3 Apr. 
24 Sept. 42 30 Dec. 
24 Sept. 42 10 June 

3 Oct. 44 3: Mar. 
18 Dec. 45 13 Apr. 
18 Dec. 45 23 June 
27 May 4 r ■ ; May 
18 Dec. 45 1 Apr. 
18 Dec. 45I 1 Apr. 

1 May 46 20 Oct. 



1 May 46 

17 May 50 



9 Nov. 
23 Sept, 



46 28 Aug. 49' 21 Oct. 59 
46 25 July 57 25 July 62 
S3 15 Feb. 56 7 Dec. 58 
45' 23 Nov. 56' 28 July 62 
46 26 Mar. 52! 2 Aug. 62 s 
46 23 Nov. 56 2 Aug. 62 
45J 10 Aug. 57 10 Aug. 62 
5020 Oct. 56(20 Aug. 62 

46 20 Aug. 57'2o Aug. 62 
46^7 Feb. 54; 2 Nov. 55 
49J15 Sept.54 1 2 Nov. 55 

46: 17 -Feb. 54 1 6 July 67 

47 23 Nov. 56 29 Aug. 62 
47 11 May 57 20 July 58 
49' 9 Sept.57 9 Sept. 62 

45 18 Dec. 57 10 Dec. 64 

46 21 Dec. 49 26 Apr. 59 
47,23 Nov. 56 24 Sept. 62 
45:30 July 57,24 Sept. 62 
51 25 Oct. 56, 20 July 58 
46)17 Feb. S4 6 June 56 
46, 17 Feb. 54 3 Sept. 67 

45 8 Oct. 50, 2 Nov. 55 

46 16 Dec. 54 1 

4 6' 22 Dec. 54' 2 Nov. 55 
46 17 Feb. 54 6 June 56 
46 17 Feb. 54 24 Mar. 5S 
51 21 Sept.54' 6 June 56 



S Aug. 53 

2 Aug. 45 26 June 
9 Dec. 42 21 Jan 
9 Dec. 4221 Jan 

10 Dec. 42)15 Jan. 
18 Dec. 45J 1 Apr. 
1 Feb. 43 9 Dec. 
13 Dec. 50 6 July 
21 Feb. 43^1 Jan. 
28 Dec. 42 28 Sept 

3 July 50 



68,18 June 73 
68 10 July 73 
68 22 July 73 
68 25 July 73 
68 27 July 73 
68 =S July 73 
1 18 2 Aug. 73 
68 z Aug. 7 j 
68 '10 Aug. 73 
68 20 Aug. 73 
6S 20 Aug. 75 
65 22 Aug. 73 
65 22 Aug. 73 

65 22 Aug. 73 
68 ! 29 Aug. 73 
66; 2 Sept. 73 

Sept. 73 
,68 14 Sepfc.73 
'63 is Sept.73 
.68 24 Sept.73 
.68 2 1 Sept. 7 1 

66 29 Sept 73 
68 [o Sepl : 
68 25 Oct. 73 

.64 : 2SOct. 73 
. 6S 7 Nov. 73 
66 10 Nov. 73 
68 10 Ni iv. 73 
. 68 10 Nov. 73 
68 25 Nov. 73 



2 July 



q/ 23 Nov. 56 J 5 June 65 

46 29 Feb. 561 9 Dec. 62 
46I23 Nov. 56 1 9 Dec. 62 

47 10 Dec. 57J10 Dec. 62 
461 3 Jan. 55 2 Nov. 55 
47 23 Nov. 56 1 1 Feb. 63 
52 9 May 56 14 Sept. 67 



2 Dec. 6S! 2 Dec. 73 



21 July 48 
30 Jan. 43 
20 June 45 
17 Dec. 52 

7 Feb. 43 . 
14 June 45 10 Feb. 

22 Feb. 43 15 Dec. 
22 Feb. 43 29 May 



24 Feb. 

14 June 
23 Aug. 



4621 Feb. 58 
.48130 Jan. 54 
54 6 Mar. 62 

5oj2 9 Dec. 54 
Jan 



25 Sept 
24 Nov. 

9 Jaiy 



•,,, „ ,.„^. j„ 30 Jan. 63 
46 8 June 52 17 May 64 
54 S Feb. 56 31 Mar. 66 
43} 1 Jan. 57 7 Feb. 63 
48 14 June 60 14 June 65 
4718 June 57 24 Mar. 
48 11 July 57:22 Feb. 63 



15 Aug. 68 
9 Dec. 68 
9 Dec. 68 
10 Dec. 68 
23 Aug. 66 
15 Aug. 68 

23 Dec. 68 

24 Dec. 68 
28 Dec. 68 

22 Apr. 62)24 Oct. 72 

2 Nov. 55 12 May 66 
30 Jan. 69 
3 Feb. 60 
: Feb - 
7 Feb. 6. 
15 Aug. 6' 
g Apr. 1 
22 Feb. 6 



3 Dec. 73 

9 Be.-. 73 

9 Dec. 73 

10 Dec. 73 

14 Dec. 73 

i'., 1 ii ,-. - 



Dec. 



14 Dec. 
:S Dec. 



July 77 



9 Dec. 76 



Mar. 79 



23 Jan. 78. 



18 Jan. 50)29 Apr. 53' 2 Mar. 55) 7 Dec. 62 27 Feb. 69 
46 1 Mar. 58 
47' 2 Mar. 5S 
49 7 Apr. 54 
46 1 Feb. 55 



Mar. 43 21 Jan. 
16 Mar. . 

30 Nov. t 



2 Mar. 43 
22 Dec. 48 
22 Mar. 44 

1 May 46 

7 Sept. 55 1 F 



27 Jan. 
1 May 



46 13 Jan. 5. 



1 Mar. 63 

2 Mar. 63 
2 Nov. 55 

9 Dec. 62 



4 Apr. 
4 Apr. 

23 Nov. 
11 June 
21 May 
29 May 
9 June 
9 June 
9 June 
10 June 
io June 

i2 July 
ii June 

21 June 

22 May 



56 16 Apr. 61 

54 12 June 60 

47 23 Nov. 56 

45 9 Jan. 58 

49 6 June 51 1 27 Nov. 57 



52 11 Aug. 
43 5 Aug. 
43 26 Jan. 



19 Aug. 62 

6 Mar. 63 
4 Apr. 63' 
4 Apr. 63 
21 Nov. 62 



52,25 Aug. 
43 i j Jan. 
43 23 May 
43 23 Deo. 

43 3 Nov. 
43 3 July 
43 10 Oct. 
43 21 Jan. 

50' 10 Feb. 
47,15 Nov. 
43 30 June 
46 13 Dec. 



54! 16 Nov. 55 9 Mar. 67 
46 20 Dec. 55 21 May 63 
46 31 Dec. 52J 5 Oct. 62 

45 27 Aug. 57, 9 June 63 

46 23 Sept.57 9 June 63 

45 27 Mar. 58! 9 June 63 

47 23 Nov. 561 10 June 63 

46 ic June 58 10 June 63 
5 1 14 Mar. 56 1 Oct. 62 
53 1 7 Apr. 60! 7 Apr. 60 
4S; 4 Sept.57 21 June 63 
49 23 Mar. 55 ig .Jan. 58 



1 Mar. 69 

2 Mar. 69 
>S July 65 

15 Aug. 68 

17 Mar. ( 

rg Jan. 73 

15 May 73 
! 4 Apr. 69 

4 Apr. 69 

5 May 69 
; 25 Apr. 68 

21 May 69 
29 May 69 
9 June 69 j 
9 June 60 
9 June 69 

10 June 69 
12 Juno 60 
15 Aug. 681 
21 June 69 
27 Dec. 68 



! 7 Jan. 74 
'27 Jan. 74 
30 Jan. :■ 

1. 

< 

1 
22 Feb. 74 
22 Fel). 74 
27 Feb. 74 

1 Mar. 74 

2 Mar. 74 

1. 
: 1 Mar. 78 
1- Mar. 74 
1 Apr. 74 15 Dec. 79 

1 Apr. 74 
4 Apr. 74 

4 Apr. 74 

5 May 74 

9 May 74 

21 May 74 
29 May 74 

9 June -a 

9 June -' 

9 June 74 
to June 74 
io June 74 
[2 June 74 
19 June 74 
;i June 74 
..- June 74 1 (. Dec. 78' 

D 



Colonels. 



COP.NET, 
'21Ul LIEPT. 
OrENSI&M. 



. St. Geo. Mervyn Nugent, 91 Major,~) 
Vnati,. Assist. At j'.JrQ.M.'Gen.Edinbitrgh) j"' 
Alexander Pon 1. LI. Col. Bengal Staff C... n July 43 **> Dec. 



,25 Oct. 42 31 Dec. 44 



Samuel Alex. Madden, CB. Lt.Col. 51 F. 
ji.s.c. Robt.Crosse Stewart, 98 Lt,Col.\\.\>. ) 

2 Foot; Qoo. and Comdt. of M. Victoria. \ 

Hospital, Netley. ) 

Henry Ernest T. Williams, Lt.Col. 108 F. 
George Vincent Watson, Lt.Col. Brigade") 

Depot, Carlisle j 

Win. Chase Parr. LI. Vol. Bombay S.C. ... 
Robert Havard Price, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
Hon. Savage Mostyn, CB. Lt.Col. 23 Foot 
Geo.H.M.Aynsley.JM.Cdfc Madras S.C... 
Anthony R. V. Crease. Lt. Col. R. Eng. ... 
Geo. Oraster Lambert, 94 Lt.Col. Brigade > 

Denot. Newcastle ) 

Charles T. Stewart, Col. K. Engineers ... 

p.t.e. O'Brien B Woolsey, Col. R. Art 

-lames J. O Brven, Lt.Col. Bensral S C. ... 
Chas. 0. Johnson, CB. Lt.Col. Ben. S.C... 
Geo. H. Thompson, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C... 
George C. Haukin, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. ... 
Kdward W. Dun, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 
Rich. C. Babington, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
Alexander Paterson, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
Charles J. Merriman, CSi. Col. R. Eng.... 

Alfred W. Drayson, Col, R. Artillery 

( :.Wm.Elgee,L'Z. Colonel. Royal Artillery 
Henry S. Rauimell, LA. Col, Madras S.C. 
James T Norgate, LA, Cot, Bengal S.C... 
John Ashburner, Lt.Col, Bombay S.C... 
Charles L. Brown, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C ... 
A. C Bunbury, Lt.Col, Bengal Staff C... 
Fred. Weston Peile. Col. R. Engineers ... 
Franklin P. Mignon, Zr. CoZ. BombayS.C 
Arthur Elderton. JA.Col. Bengal Staff C 



- Feb. 55 20 July 58 



7 July 43 4 July 45 

25 Oct. 42 16 Sept. 45 

11 Feb. 45 30 Apr. 46 6 May 59' 2 Nov. 63 
9 Apr. 47 "14 Nov. 4 8 28 Apr. 54 6 Feb. 63 
1 Sept. 43 20 May 46 23 Nov. 56 1 Sept. 63 
1 Sept. 43 10 Feb. 47 1 Sept. 5 S 1 Sept. 63 

15 Mav 53 21 Sept. 54 8 June 55 29 Mar. 64 

13 Sept. 43 30 Mar. 49^3 Sept. 50 13 Sept. 6. 
1 May 46 27 July 46J13 Jan. 55 

20 Feb. 4511 Feb. 461 1 Feb. 56 



Nov. 59 1 5 Oct. 66| 2 July 74I 
July 63 11 July 69 11 July 74] 



15 Mar. 53 
4 Aug. 57 
6 June 54 11 Aug. 63 24 July 69 24 July 741 



5 Mar. 69^5 July 7422 Aug. 77 



5 Aug. 69^15 Aug. 74 j 
1 Aug. 69 21 Aug. 74! 
1 Sept.6y ; ! Sept. 74 
1 Sept. 69 1 Sept. 74 
1 Sept. 69' 1 Sept. 74 
13 Sept. 69 13 Sept. 74 
I20OCC 69 20 Oct. 74 
July 63J30 Oct. 69 30 Oct. 74 

12 Juue46 isFeb. 54U7 Aug.sS 1 10 Nov. 6910 Nov. 74! 

6 Aug. 46 26 Nov. 46! 17 Feb. 54 -9 Dec. 67 15 Nov. 69 i 5 Nov. 
22 Nov. 43 2 Nov. 48 24 July 58 22 Nov. 63 

7 June 44 4 Jan. 47 1 7 June 59 7 June 64 

8 Dec. 43 6 Nov. 48' 10 Jan. 55 29 June 63 
8 Dec. 43 13 Nov. 45! 8 Dec. 58 8 Dec. 63 

8 Dec. 43 22 Aug. 49 8 Dec. 58 8 Dec. 63 

9 Dec. 43, 3 Mar. 48 1 23 Nov. 56 9 Dec. 63 
9 Dec. 43 12 June47J 1 May 58 9 Dec. 63 
4 June 50 1 Aug. 5427 Aug. 58 
6 Aug. 46 28 Nov. 46 17 Feb. 54 
6 Aug. 46, 1 Jan. 47^7 Feb. 54 



22 Nov. 69 22 Nov. 74! 

11 Aug. 69 2 Dec. 74 
8 Dec. 69 8 Dec. 74) 
8 Dec. 69 8 Dec. 74 

8 Dec. 69 8 Dec. 74! 

9 Dec. 69 9 Dec. 74] 
9 Dec. 69 9 Dec. 74! 

18 Dec. 69 18 Dec. 74 

Jan. 68 20 Dec. 69 20 Dec. 74! 
Jan. 68 20 Dec. 69 20 Dec. 74 
j0 Dec. 4322 Feb. 47^0 Dec. 58 3° Dec. 63 30 Dec. 69 30 Dec. 741 
30 Dec. 43 29 July 48 30 Dec. 58 30 Dec. 63 30 Dec. 69 30 Dec. 74 
1 Jan. 44 23 Mar. 471 1 Jan. 59 1 Jan. 64 1 Jan. 70 1 Jan. 75 
1 Jan. 44I25 July 49 j 1 Jan. 59 1 Jan. 64 1 Jan. 70 1 Jan. 75 



Jan. 



44 



Feb. 50) 1 Jan. 59 j Jan. 64 1 Jan. 70; 1 Jan. 
Dec. 46J 1 Aug. 54 27 Aug. 58 ■_....■ ' 1 Jan. 70 1 Jan. 75 
3 June 46 12 Nov. 50. 19 Oct. 60 13 June 66 15 Aug. 68 21 Jan. 75 
_ _7 Jan. 44 12 July 47 27 Jan. 59 27 Jan. 64 27 Jan. 70 27 Jan. 75 
John Sprot, 9 "' Lt.Col. Br. Depot, Kingston 10 Sept. 48 29 May 49 14 July 5S 22 Jan. 67 29 Jan. 70 29 Jan. 75 
yffiH.N.D.Prenderirnst.CB.Zf.CWR.Engj 8 June 54 27 Apr. 58, 7 Apr. 63 8 Apr. 63 15 Aug. 6S 30 Jan. 75 
Alex.Y. Shortt. Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C... 1 Feb. 44 30 Aug.481 3 Mar. 571 1 Feb. 64 1 Feb. 70 1 Feb. 75, 
Geo. P. B. Sherard, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. ] 3 Feb. 44 23 Feb. 48! 2 July 57! 3 Feb. 64 3 Feb. 70 3 Feb. 75' 
Henry A. Taylor, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C 3 Feb. 441 1 Dec. 48 6 Oct. 571 3 Feb. 64 3 Feb. 70 3 Feb. 75 
^A^%^Q^e^e^t] !'3 Dec. J* Feb. 48^2 Nov. 52^6 Feb. 64 19 Feb. 70,19 Feb. 75 
Francis Dawson, Lt.Col. Madias StaffC '26 July 44^2 June 47 23 May 55,13 Jan. 64 1 Mar. 70 1 1 Mar. 75 
George ForbesHogg, Lt. Col. BombayS.C 3 Mar. 4S 25 Dec. 5o|i8 Feb. 61! 3 Mar. 68 IS Aug. 6S 10 Mar. 75 
Frederick Roome, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C... 3 Jan. 46J 7 Jan. 52J14 Sept. 59 15 Sept. 59 2 8 Oct. 68 30 Mar. 75 
Brooking Soady, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C; 1 Apr. 44I 6 Oct. 50 1 1 Apr. 59 1 Apr. 64 z Apr. 70 1 Apr. 75 
Herbert L.Campbell, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C '21 Apr. 44I 5 Aug. 48 13 July 57 21 Apr. 64 2 i Apr. 70 21 Apr. 75 
Thomas G. Kennedy. CZ.Z/.CoZ.Ben.S. C.J24 Dec. 49 3 Oct. 52124 Dec. 61 19 Jan. 64 x (, May 70 16 May 75 



John Miller, 9 ? Lt.Col. Brigade Depot, > 

Yarmouth ) 

John Spurway, Col. Royal Artillery 

Robert John Hay, Col. Royal Artillery .. 
c. S. P. Jarvis,' w 'C'3/<2. Major, h.p. 82 F... 
George R. Roberts, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
Horatio N. Davies, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C... 
George Hearn. Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 
JosephH. Henderson, Lt.Col, Bombay S.C. 10 June 
Howard C Dowker, Lt.Col. Madras S.C 
Lord John Henry Taylour, Lt. Col. 1 

Brigade Depot, Sunderland $ 

James Fra. Tennant, CLE. Col. R. Eng... 
Somerset Molvneux Wiseman-Clarke, 99 ") 

Lt.Col. Brigade Depot, Hamilton $ 

p.s.c.F.D Middleton, ,00 3r<yor.h.p.2gF. > 

Assistant to Governor R. Mil. College ) 

Edward Napier, Lt. Col. Commanding \ 

Caoalry Depot $ 

Claud Alexander, 1 "-.l/«/o/-,h.p.Gr.Gds.;") 

MP. for ft. Ayrshire. J 

Geo. R.Westmacott, ZZ.CoZ. Bengal S.C 
Hamond W.Gwyn.Co/.CoiH.Roy. Marines 
Hon. James C Dormer, 1 " 3 Maior,XJrmtt. \ 
Assist. Ad i.4-Qr. Mr. Gen.atPortsmouthi 
Philip Bedingfeld, Col. Royal Artillery .. 
George Phipps Prevost, Lt.Col. 23 Foot 
Alex." Charles Hector Stewart, Lt.Col. \ 

h.p. 2 Lite Guards j 

Raymond 11. White. Major, Scots Gd 



8 Nov. 42 4 June 45 2 Oct. 55 4 Aug. 6 3 15 Aug. 68 27 May 75 
6 Aug. 46:28 May 47:30 May 54! 6 June 56 1 Jan. 68 28 May 75 

6 Aug. 46J 7 May 47^7 Mar. 54 15 Feb. 61 28 May 70 2S May 75 
4 June 45 1 15 Jan. 47 21 Sept. 52 26 Apr. 59 4 June 70 4 June 75 

7 June 44 1 1 July 46 23 Nov. 56 J 7 June 64 7 June 70 7 June 75 

8 June 44 1 9 Sept. 53 27 June 57] S June 64 8 June 70 8 June 75 
8 June 44 18 Apr. 48 24 Sept. 57! S June 64 8 June 70 8 June 75 

29 Oct. 46 10 Oct. 56,10 June 64 10 June 70 10 June 75 
o June 48,20 Apr. 52.19 June 60I19 June 60 18 Nov. 68,13 June 75 
4 Dec. 49I 3 Dec. 52 31 Aug. 55 7 Aug. 67 29 June 70 29 June 75 



Feb. 76 



11 June 47 
23 Nov. 49 

30 Dec. 42 

31 Dec. 57 



1 Aug. 54 27 Aug. 58 
5 Mar. 52 29 Dec. 54 
18 Aug. 48 26 July 52 



26 July 58 
11 May 49 

15 Nov. 53 

16 Aug. 45 
18 Aug. 54 



20 Jan. 50 
6 July 41 
12 May 53 

16 Dec. 46:24 Nov. 47 
26 Aug. 53^2 Jan. 55 

14 Oct. 56 8 Oct. 5S 
Apr. 49^3 Apr. 52 



15 Feb. 61 

14 July 54 
20 Jan. 62 
24 Feb. 54 



28 Aug. 58 i 4 June 69; 1 July 75 

16 Jan. 63 20 May 68 2 July 75 

20 July 58 25 Mar. 69 4 July 75 

24 Mar. 69 6 July 70! 6 July 75 

I31 Aug. 60 10 July 75 

: Mar. 64 25 July 70:25 July 75 
Jan. 68; 2 Aug. 70 2 Aug. 75 



Charles M.Govan. Col. Royal Artillery... 16 Dec. 46 30 June 48 



Dec. 46 
11 Oct. 45 



9 Dec. 45 
Nov. 44 



Aug. 54 
24 Sept. 47 

5 Jan. 49 



R. Hieram Saukev, CB. Col, R.Eng 

E. M. Mai.niiigham-Buller.i^ZZ.CoZ.). 

Brigade- Depot. Lichfield j 

Richard Henry Travers, 106 Zf.CoZ. h.p. ) 

48 Foot ; Commandant <$• Inspector > 

Genera 1 of Musketry ) 

C.E.BlackL'tt.'""C,//,<.'4-£f.CoZ.h.p.Cold.G. 21 Nov. 44 1 Oct. 
Mangles J. Brander, Lt.Col. Bengal S Clio Dec. 44 18 June 
James Michael, CSL., Lt. Col, Madras S C. '10 Dec. 44 n July 47 
OTJohn A Tytler.CZ. ZZ.CoZ.Bengal S.C !io Dec. 44 19 July 48 
Arthur F. Battve, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C....110 Dec. 44*28 Dec. 48 

Charles H. lngilby, CB. Col, R Art 1:6 Dec. 46 -;o June 48 

Robert. Bruce Chichester,"* OS. Lt.\ I n „ f " A „„ 

Col, Bi len Ashton S 2 ° 0ct - 43 l 5 Apr. 47 

SamucJ B'.ack, Lt.t 'ol. Bengal StaffCorps 2; Dec. 44 13 Apr. 48 



11 Mar. 59114 June 59 21 Aug. 70 21 Au, 
20 June 54^5 Feb. 61 3 Sept.70: 3 Sept. 75 
22 May 57,22 Aug. 68 3 Sept.7oj 3 Sept. 75 

6 Sept.61 I 3 Sept. 70 3 Sept.75 

29 Dec. 54! 16 Sept. 59)24 Sept.75 

20 June 54 15 Feb. 61 7 Oct. 70, 7 Oct. 75 



27 Aug. 58 
26 Sept. 54 

7 Aug. 57 



28 Aug. 58 14 June 69 
17 Dec. 58 1 Apr. 7® 



7 Jan. 62 



Apr. 



4 Feb. 54 9 Nov. 6: 

9 Oct. 57 20 July 58 25 Mar. 67 
23 Nov. 56J10 Dec. 64 10 Dec. 70 

2 Apr. 59|io Dec. 64 10 Dec. 70 
10 Dec. 59 1 10 Dec. 64 10 Dec. 70 
20 June 54 j 12 Dec. 54 9 Nov. 62 

7 Oct. 51 17 Mar. 63 24 Dec. 70 



Aug. 7 S 



10 Apr. 78 



15 Oct. 75 

16 Oct. 75! 

12 Nov. 75 x Ma y 7 8 

23 Nov. 75 18 Dec. 75 
10 Dec. 75I 

10 Dec. 75 

10 Dec. 75 

10 Dec. 75 

17 Dec. 75 

24 Dec. 75 



20 Mar. 57 29 Dec. 64 29 Dec. 70 29 Dec. 75 



Colonels. 



43 



Andrew R. Clephane, Lt.Col. Madras S.C 
Robert G. Lewis, Lt.Col. Madras Start' C 
Charles Henry Hall, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C, 
J. G. Medley, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers.., 
F. S. Taylor. Lt.Col. Royal Engineers.. 
Edward Davidson, Lt.Col. R. Engineers. 
Edw. Owen Leggntt, Lt.Col. Madras S.C 
Wm. John Williams, CB. Col. R. Art. ... 
Geo. A. Searle, Lt.Col. Madras StaffC ... 
Chas. A.Boswell Gordon, no Lt. Col. h p. i 

60 R. Dep. Adj. 4" Q- M, Qea. AfaZia j 
Rd. Alex. Moore, Lt.Col. Madras StaffC 
Charles Edw. Bates, i.r.Cvl. Madras S.C. 
Jos.Jordan,»>Cff.£*.Co/.Br.Dep.JR«K8»0 
Fred. Richard Solly Flood, 112 CM. Lt. | 

Col. h.p. Brigade Depot; A. A. f \ 

Q.M. Gen.. Gibraltar ) 

Edw. Metcalfe Gram. Lt. Col. Royal Eng. 
John Miles, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Ooips 
WUliam Creagh, Lt.Col. Bombay StaffC. 
James Turner Hill, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
Wm. Chas. R.Mylne. Lt.Col. Bengals. C. 
Robert Hale, Lt.Col. h.p. 7 Hussars ; ) 

Aide de Camp to H.E.H. the Duke of I 

Cambridge ) 

Edward William Bray, CB. Lt.Col. 4 Foot 
Charles Nedham,£f. Col. Bengal Stan' C. 
H.CZaeliai- ■ 'and-.', /./.( W.MadrasS.C 

JohnW ( !; nt. / /.cl. .Madras S.C. 

William Rose, K.CW.MadraB Staff Corps 
Edward Bertie (.'lay, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C 

p.s.c.E. H. Olive, Major, Gren. Gds 

Lindsay Russell, Lt X 'ol. Royal Engineers 
Edw. T. St. L. MccGwire, Lt.Col. 1 Foot. 
Walter T. Chitty, Lt.Col. Bombay S. C. 
T. M. Baumgartner, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C 
p.s.c. S. W. F. M. Wilson, 11 * Lt.Col. Bri- 1 

gade Depot, Becerley j 

William Andrew Armstrong, 115 Lt.Cnl. , 

Brigade Depot, Tralee ] 

John M'Kay, Lt. Col. Brigade Depot,) 

Bury St. Edmunds j 

Sis Jtoi/al Highness Ernest Aug. Wm. ] 

Adolphus Geo. Fred. Duke of Cum- [ 

berland, EG ) 

Thomas Southwell Brown, Lt.C0l.S3 Foot 
George T. Gough, 116 Lt.Col. Brigade) 

Depot, Winchester j 

Philip Ravenhill, CB. Lt.Col. R.Engineers 
James Spence < >gilvie, Lt. Col. Bengal S.C 
Christ. ipher .[.( U»U>y,Lf. Col. Bengal S.C 
Robert Murray, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffC... 
James Kempt Couper,£f\ Col. Bengal S.C 
Geo. N. Johnstone, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. 
Alexander Jenkins, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. 
Edw. Nugent Norton, Lt.Col. Madras S.C 
John Perkins, Lt.Col. Bengal Stall' Crp~ 
James Archibald Ruddell, Lt.Col. 25 Foot 
Nathaniel Stevenson, Lt.Col. 87 Foot ... 
Henry James Buchanan, us Zr. Co/. h.p. ~) 

9 F. Assist. Adj. Sf Q. M. Gen. Dover ) 
Oliver Robert Stokes, LI. Col. R Artillery 
Hon. Cha. J. Addington, 119 Lt.Col. Bri- \ 

- gade Depot, Chichester j 

James Fairbrother, Lt.Col. Bombay S.( '. 
George Cecil Henry, Lt.Col. R. Artillery 
Cha. E. Oldershaw, CB. Lt.Col. R. Art.... 
Wm. Jas. P. Barlow, Lt. Col. Bengal S. C 
Charles Armstrong, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C 
James Murray Grant, Lt. Col. Madras S ( '. 
W. H. Crompton-Stansfield, 120 Lt.Col. 1 

h.p. 11 Foot 3 

Jonathan Keer. Lt.Col. Bengal StaffC 
John Fred. Fischer, Col. R. Engineers.... 
p.s.c. JohnP. I'.attersby, LI. Col. h.p. <», / 

Rides,Co„n,o,„la,,l,h' MilitoruAsylwm S 

Gordon D. Pritchard, Major, R. Eng 

Reg. Q. Mainwaring, Lt. Col. Madras S.C. 
George A. Williams, Lt.Col. Bengal S. 0. 
Henry De Renzy Pigott, Lt.Col. 70 Foot. 

W. W. Goodtellow, CB. Col. R. Eng 

Frank Chaplin, 1 " Lt.Col. h.p. 4 Dr. Gds 
Charles Napier Sturt, Major. Gren. Gds. 
Charles Style Akers, Lt.Col. R.Engineers 
Henry F. Hancock, Col. R.Engineers ... 
John Edw. Hope, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Wm. W. A. Lukin, Lt.Col. R. Artillery.'.. 
Reginald Curtis, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery. 
Algernon Brendon, Lt.Col. R. Artillery.. 
James de Havilland, Lt.Col. R. Artillery 
"E<& Gronow Davis, Lt.Col. R. Artillery. 
Charles Rowland Hill, Lt.Col. R.Artillery 
Patrick John Campbell, Lt.Col. R. Art.... 
Arthur Wm. Twiss, Lt.Col. R. Artillery. 
p.s.c. G. A. Wilkinson, Lt.Col. R.Artillery 



29 Dec. 



C0K-M.1, 

ItlllLIlifl. LIEUT. I CAPTAIN 
Or ENSIGN 



LIEUT. I WHEN 

.,„„„, COLONEL. PLACED ON 

COLONEL.] I HALF PAT. 



June 47 29 Dec. 59 29 Dec. 64 29 Dec. 70 29 Dec. 75 
June =n 20 Dec. co 20 Dec. 61 20 Dec. 70 20 Dec. 75 



2y uc^. 44 ^u ."'ucju *y jjou. yj *y *^ow u^ 

29 Dec. 44 15 Nov. 53 29 Dec. 59,29 Dec. 64 



: June 
1 June 



47 



j.Si ".7 Aug. 
ug. 54 27 Aug. 



27 Aug. 58 



■o 29 Dec. 75; 
.9 2 Jan. 7 6 
'i 2 Jan. 76 

Li U Liii^ ^1 L AUg. Jd} -•/ .lUg. 3-I ^ ...... /I 2 Jail. 7O 

3 Jan. 45 20 Mar. 47 23 Nov. 56! 3 Jan. 65 3 Jan. 71 3 Jan. 76 

2 May 47 30 June 48 24 Aug. 54 1 2 Nov. 55 24 Oct. 05 7 Jan. 76 

12 Jan. 45 7 Sept. 47 30 Nov. 56 12 Jan. 65 12 Jan. 71 12 Jan. -<> 

Apr. 43 13 June 45 6 June 54 6 June 56; 1 Jan. 6813 Jan. 76 19 

Jan. 65 18 Jan. 71:18 Jan. 76; 

-" Jan. 76' 

Jan. 70 



_. June 39 21 Jan. 41 14 June 50 
2S Feb. 45 1 Aug. 4S 8 Jan. 58 
2 Mar. 45 12 May 40 23 Nov. 56 
2 Mar. 4-, 2 Mar. 47 23 Nov. 56 
2 Mar. 45 31 Mar. 48 1 2 Mar. 60 
2 Mar. 45 24 July 50 2 Mar. 60 

18 Aug. 54 8 Dec. 54 ■ 1 7 July 57 
10 Dec. 47 1 Aug. 54 27 Aug. 5S 

19 Oct. 49 21 May 52119 Jan. 55 
1 Apr. 45 7 Mar. 50 25 Oct. 59 
4 Apr. 45 26 Nov. 47 19 Aug. 56 

12 Nov. 47 11 May 49 31 Aug. 55 
1 Nov. 40 28 July 43 3 Dec. 52 



25 Aug. 54 



14 Nov. 4; 



i Jan. 45 12 Mar. 50 18 Jan. 60 18 Jan. 65 18 Jan. 7 
^ Feb. 45 27 Mar. 4S 29 Oct. 52 2 Nov. 55 12 Jan. 6 



1 Aug. 49 8 Aug. 51 17 July 60 23 Oct. 60 9 Apr. 70:27 Jan. 76 21 Sept. 7S 

1 May 46 29 Oct. 46 14 Mar. 55 12 Feb. 70 28 Jan. 71 28 Jan. 76 
3 Feb. 45 21 Jan. 46 3 Feb. 60 3 Feb. 65 1 3 Feb. 71 3 Fe~ 
., TfoV, .- „ ««» .e , Foil fi^ ., "Poll e.-\ -> FaV> -,t 1 Fe 



3 Feb. 45 31 Mar. 48 3 Feb. 60 3 Feb. 65 1 3 Feb. 7 
J Feb. 45 1 Jan. 48 19 Jan. " 
> Feb. 45 2 Aug. 51 22 Aug. 

[ June 52 14 Sept. 55 1 Jan. 



9 Mar. 55 



26 May 



6 May 59 



4 Aug. 54 
7 July 57 
1 Apr. 55 
13 June 60 
13 June 60 
'■7 Aug 



4 Apr. 46, 9 June 48 

1 May 46 9 Nov. 46 
.3 June 45 29 Sept. 50 

3 June 45 10 July 52 

4 June 45 4 Dec. 49 
14 June 45 17 Feb. 51 
14 June 45 25 June 47 
14 June 45 29 Aug. 51 
16 June 45 30 Jan. 49 1 juiy 59 

16 June 45 1 7 Dec. 49 16 June 60 

17 Apr. 52 1 6 June 54 " 

25 Aug. 58 7 Nov. 62 
4 June5oii5 July 53 

2 May 47,30 June4S 
16 Aug. 50(30 July 52 
19 July 45^5 Sept.50 

16 Dec. 46 23 Oct. 47 
2 May 47 30 June 48 

22 July 45 1 Oct. 48 
22 July 45 29 July 49 
22 July 45 25 July 51 

17 Aug. 541 9 Feb. 55 

26 July 45 15 Nov. 53 
10 Dec. 47 1 Aug. 54 
30 July 



14 June 60 

4 June 60 

July 59 



13 July 55 
3 Feb. 66 
5 June 55 
21 Sept. 54 
29 Dec. 54 

19 July 60 

20 June 54 
29 Oct. 54 



Feb. 7 i 

.reo. 711 j Feb. 76 
Feb. 65 iS Feb. 71,18 Feb. 76 
Feb. 65 j 20 Feb. 71(20 Feb. 76 



: Aug. 69122 Feb. 71! 22 Feb. 76 23 July 



May 62'i5 Aug. 68 24 Feb. 76 

Feb.65'28 Feb. 71 28 Feb. 70 

2 Mar. 65 1 2 Mar. 71 2 .Mar. 76 

2 Mar. 65 2 Mar. 71 2 Mar. 70 

»Mo- «- "Mar. 71 j 2 Mar. 761 

Mar. 71 2 Mar. 70 

Mar. 64 4 Mar. 76 

1. .?L, m.,,. _« 



2 Mar. 65 
2 Mar. 65 



9 Feb. 67 

1 Apr. 65 
28 Mar. 65 
20 May 68 

2 Nov. 55 
1 July 67 



24 Mar. 7 

25 Mar. 7 
1 Apr. 71 
4 Apr. 7 1 

27 Aug. 70 
9 Feb. 65 
1 May 71 



24 Mar. 76 

25 Mar. 70 
1 Apr. 76 
4 Apr. 76 

22 Apr. 76 

26 Apr. 76 
May 76 

27 May 76 

3 June 76 
6 June 76 
8 June 76 

1 ; June 7.. 

13 June 76 

14 June 76 
J¥me05|i4 June 71 14 June 7'. 

, June65'i4 Juno 71 ! 4 June 70 
4 June 65 14 June 71 14 June 76 
6 June 65*16 June -1 
.inn." , 1 .'. June 71 i 16 June 76 

.. r ot Juno 76 



19 Sept. 56 13 Mar 
25 Sept.6g 1 Apr. 70 
2 Nov. 55 'o Nov. 66 
13 June 65(13 June 71 
13 June 65 13 June 71 
June 65^4 June 



:6 Feb. 59 14 Jvuie65ji4 June 7 



13 Feb. 6621 June ' 

19 Feb. 70 28 June 71 

Apr. 5712 July 68 



23 Nov. 68 
20 July 5S 
19 July 65 
2 Nov. 55 
Nov. 55 



8 July 71 

25 Mar. 69 
19 July 71 
31 Aug. 65 

26 Jan. 66 



2y wet. 54 2 JUV. S;> 2U Otiii. u 

23 Nov. 56,22 July 65,22 July 7 



22 July 60 -_ . 
22 July 60 22 July 6 
7 Nov. 56 27 Aug. 70 



July 65 22 July ,„ 
22 July 71 



26 July 60 

27 Aug. 58 
23 Mar. 55 
26 May 62 



5 July 65 



28 Jan. 48 
31 July 55 _. . 
20 Aug. 45 13 Dec. 52! 20 Aug. 6„ 
23 Aug. 45 1 Apr. 50 23 Aug. 6c 
22 July 45,19 Sept. 4 SJ 7 May 54 
12 Dec. 51 ; 1 Aug. 54 27 Aug. 5S 
8 May 46131 Oct. 48: 8 Apr. 53 

;i4 Feb. 51 6 Nov. 54 

6 Aug. 46 9 Nov. 60I 1 Apr. 55 
12 June 52 1 1 Aug. 54 27 Aug. 5S 
1 Oct. 47i3oJune48l 6 Jan. 55 
1 Oct. 47(30 June 48 ] 7 Feb. 55 
1 Oct. 47*30 June 4813 Dec. 54 
1 Oct. 47'3o June 48 6 Jan. 55 
1 Oct. 47,30 June 48 13 Jan. 55 
iS Dec. 4730 June 48 25 Feb. 55 
1 Oct. 47 .30 June 4S 28 Nov. 54 
1 Oct. 47I30 June 48 8 Dec. 54 
1 Oct. 47130 June 48 13 Dec. 54 
1 Oct. 47 30 June 48 26 Jan. 55 



22 July 71 
26 July 71 
9 Aug. 71 
26 Feb. 67 1 Apr. 70 

:i Oct. 64 15 Aug. 68 
;o Aug. 65 1 20 Aug. 71 
19 Feb. 61,18 July 69 
19 Dec. 62 25 Aug. 71 

,- Ann- fiHl t Sent. 71 



i Aug. ( 
: Apr. 5q] 



Sept. 7 

Apr. 70 

__ Dec. 60 

1 Apr. 70,13 Sept. 71 
1 20 Sept. 71 

2 Nov. 55 24 Aug. 66 
2 Nov. 55I28 Oct. 66 
6 June 56! 1 Jan. 6S 
6 June 56 1 Jan. 68 
6 June 56 : 1 Jan. 68 

28 Aug. 57^9 Aug. 68 
8 Mar. 69 1 Oct. 71 
18 Mar. 69 ! 1 Oct. 71 
21 Mar. 69) 1 Oct. 71 
iS Jan. 60 1 1 Oct. 71 



May 78 



7 Mar. 77 



2S June 76 
29 June 76 1 

S July 76 

:2 July 76 

9 July 76! 
2u .1 uiy 7.. 

20 .ill ... , 

22 July 70 
22 July 76 

22 July 76 
!(. July 76 

9 Aug. 70 
11 Aug. 76 

5 Aug. 76 
20 Lug. 76 

23 Aug. 7 u 
25 Aug. 70 

1 Sept. 76 

4 Sopt.76 17 Jan. 77 

9 Sept. 76 
13 Sept.76! 
2oSept.76 ; 

1 Oct. 76 

1 Oct. 70 

1 Oct. 76! 

1 Oct. 76 

1 Oct. 76 

1 Oct. 761 

1 Oct. 76 

1 Oct. 76 

1 Oct. 76I 

1 Oct. 76, 



44 



Colonels. 



George Henry "Waller, Lt.Col. 7 Foot 

Rich.T.Godman, 12 * Lt.Col, h.p. 5 Dr. Gds - 

William G. D. Massy, 1 " Lt.Col. h.p. j 

5 Lancers ; Commanding a Brigade oft 

the Bengal Army / 

Hales Wiikie, 1 - 6 Lt.Col. Brigade Depot, 1 

Maidstone > 

Edward Wm. L. Wynne, 1 " Major, h.p.^ 

Grenadier Guards •■•) 

Aug. K. Comber, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C, 
Wm. Robert Gordon, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 



CORNET 
2nd LIEUT, 

OrENSIGN, 



o Aug. 54 
7 May 50 

27 Oct. 54 



Dec. 54 



3 Mar. 54 21 July 55 
q Feb. 55 20 Feb. 70 



Mar. 57*21 June 74 
June 70 



23 Jan. 63 



3 Jan. 55^4 July 57^0 Feb. 63 
>7 June 54' 13 Mar. 57 



2S Oct. 76 
28 Oct. 76 



31 Oct. 71,31 Oct. 76 



[i Oct. 

4 Apr 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



31 Jan. 77 
15 Mar. 79 



James Burn, Lt.Col. .Bengal Staff Corps. j 12 Dec. 45^ 



Dec. 45! 13 Aug. 52! 6 June 57 12 Dec. 65 
1 : Nov. 40' 19 Feb. 59 12 Dec. 65 
: July 5i| 2 Sept. 59! i2 Dec. 65 



Dec. 45 



Dec. 60; 12 Dec. 65 



Dec. 71 
Dec. 71 
Dec. 71 



.3 Dec. 45 
13 Dec. 45 



Mar. 50,13 Dec. 60:13 Dec. 65 



18 Dec. 47 

17 Jan. 40 

7 Jan. 46 
14 Jan. 46 
EdwaTd'iiandridge,*i^. Col. Bengal S. C. : i4 Jan. 46 
Frederick Close, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery . 18 Dec. 47 
T. E. Gordon, CSL. Lt.Col. Bengal S. 0. 21 Aug. 49 
JohnNormanMaclean.Zt. Col. MadrasS.C. 26 Jan. 46 
P. J. P. Wetherall, Lt.Col. Madras S. C... 26 Jan. 46 
Henry Francis Brooke, 129 Major.ti.-p.iog ) 
F. Adjutant Gen. Bombay, with local > 
rank of Brigadier General ) 



Jan. 53 13 Dec. 60 

1 Jan. 55J25 June 58 1 

1 Oct. 50 23 July 58 

30 June 48 

6 Mar. 43 



William Bannernian, Z?. Co?. BombayS.C. 
Walter John Vizard, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
Thos. Spence Hawks, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
Geo.R. Fred. Bardin, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
I F. MacAndrew, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C... 
John J. H. Gordon, CB. Lt.Col. Ben. S.C. 
George Murray Miller, 130 CB. Lt.Col.\ 

h.p. Brigade Depot S 

Wm. H. R. Simpson, Lt. Col. R, Artillery 
Henry Rennv, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 
John W. W. Osborne, OB. Lt.Col. \ 

Madras S.C I 

George Robert Fit/Roy, .l?'U«r, elds. Gds. 
George Edm. L. Walker, Lt.Col. R. Eng. 
Johnson Wilkinson, 131 Lt. Col. Brigade 1 

Depot, Lincoln J 

W. M. Lees, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps ... 
Edmd.Wm. Sargent, 133 Lt. Col. Brigade "> 

Depot, Birr > 

p.s.c. T. Durand Baker, CB. Major, 18 F. 
Thomas Edmund Byrne, Lt.Col. R. Art, 
Richard Barter, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C... 
Andrew A. Munro, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 

JohnMullins, Col. Royal Engineers 

Win. H. Hawley, 13 * Lt.Col, Brigade) 

Depot, Bedford ) 

Arthur Lyttelton Annesley, 135 Lt.Col. \ 

h.p. 11 Hus. ; Assist. Adjutant Gt ueral \ 
James Keith Fraser, Lt.Col, 1 Life Gds, 
H. F. Davies, Capt. # Lt.Col, Gren. Gds. 
Charles Wm. Wahab, X?.( V.BombayS.C. 
Charles Harry Wilson, Lt. Col. Madras S.C. 
Malcolm Rob't. Haig, Lt. Col. Bombay S. C, 
James Gordon, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C. 
Herbert F. Disbrowe, Zf. CV.BonibayS.C 
Charles S.Hearn,CZjE.Zf. Col. MadrasS.C 
George JuliusMellis, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C 
T C.Georges, Lt. Col, Madras Staff C... 
Win. Chas. Lester, Lt.Col. Bombay S. C. 
D G S. St. John Grant, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
M.delaP. Beresford, 138 Lt. Col. Brigade I 

Depot, Stirling J 

C. M. MacGregor, CB. CSL. CLE.\ 

M ajor, Bengal S.C S 

Francis Edward Cox. Lt.Col, R. Eng. ... 
Ceo Andrew Walker, Lt.Col. Madias S.C. 
Henry H. Steward, 139 Lt. Col, Brigade) 

Depot, Canterbury 5 

Charles William Barry, Lt.Col. R. Eng... 
( ;eoi-"eA Lau"h1on,Z/.( ol. Bombay S. C 
HeiirvClomeiil Wilkmson, 140 Z<.Co?.h.p. ) 

16 Lancers, Inspecting Officer of Aux. \ 

p.s.c. Win. H.Goodenough, Lt.Col. R. Art 

EdwardW. E. Walker, Col. R. Art 

Need ham Thompson Parsons, H1 Z£. Col. ~) 

Brigade Depot, Ifaas / 

licoru'c CodlVov I'riTsc, Col. II. Art 

John Fulton, Col. lio\ al Artillery 

M , i t ■. L'doii Aug. liavlv, Col, R. Artillery 
James Edward Oordner, Col. R. Art.... 
Charles Clarke, Col. Royal Artillery .... 
Alex. Harry Dawson, Col. U. Artillery . 



2 Dec. 49 
6 Nov. 50 



6 June 54 

3 Feb. 46 

4 Feb. 46 

5 Feb. 46 
20 Feb. 46 

20 Feb. 46 
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30 Jan. 46 
18 Dec. 47 
[8 Dec. 47 

1 Jan. 50 

23 Nov. 49 

6 Aug. 46 

4 Aug. 40 

14 Apr. 46 
18 May 
18 Aug. 54 

18 Dec. 47 
28 Apr. 46 

5 May 46 
3 Dec. 4? 

10 July 46 

21 July 54 

16 Apr. 52 

13 June 46 
13 June 46 
13 June 46 
13 June 46 
13 June 46 
13 June 46 
13 June 46 
13 June 46 
13 June 46 

13 June 46 

2 Dec. 53 
20 Oct. 56 

6 Aug. 40 
23 June 46 

12 Apr. 50 

17 Dec. 46 

3 July 46 

15 Feb. 56 

19 Dec. 49 
9 Dec. 44 

26 July 45 

14 June 45 
14 June 45 

13 Dec. 45 
1 1 Deo. 45 
12 June 46 
12 Dec. 45 



. epi.52 

30 June 48 
2 Dec. 53 

8 May 49 
5 Nov. 53 

5 May 55 

2 Mar. 
:S May 49 

6 Mar. 53 
u May 4: 
10 Apr. 5 

9 Jan. 54 
2 Apr. 47 



5 Jan. 57 
7 Sept. 58' 
25 Oct. 59^4 Jan. 6c 



30 June 

23 Nov. 56 
8 Apr. 53 
4 Feb. 47 

24 May 44 

18 Aug. 48 
26 July 4 
1 2 Jan. 55 

14 Oct _ 
3 Apr. 49 

22 Oct. 49 

1 Aug. 54 

15 Feb 

8 Dec. 54 

23 Mar. 55 

19 Dec. 

12 May 49 
21 Apr. 48 

25 Feb 
21 June 49 
25 Apr. 50 

2 July 50 

13 Nov. 50 

14 Jan. 5 

12 May 5 

21 Dec. 5 

22 June 5, 

17 Nov. 57 

20 Feb 

15 Nov. 53 
1 1 June 52 

16 Apr. 47 

13 Dec. 40 

5 Aug. 59 

1 Apr. 51 

1 July 47 
29 June 49 

2 July 51 
5 May 49 



3 Feb. 47 



_ Dec. 7 

13 Dec. 71 

29 May 67 

Dec. 65I20 Dec. 7 



Dec. 65 



aS^B^: 1 ^^ !:■■■ ■■!:-:■: ' ,; 

F. C. Anderson, Lt.Col, Bengal Staff C 

Montgomery Hunter, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C 

Philip Smith, Capt. 4" Zr.Co?. Gr. Gds... , 

Thos. B. Harrison, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 20 Dec. 45 

p.s.c. W. J. Bolton, CMG. Lt.Col. R. Art. - 

Hercules Atkin Welman, 128 Lt.Col. h.p. \ 

Depot Batt. Aide de Camp to the Queen, \ 

Assist. Adj. it Qr.Mr. Gen. Colchester i 
Wm. HaringtonHa wes, Lt. Col. Bengals. C 
BrowneWilliamRyall.Z?. Col. Bengal S.C 



2 Nov. 55 
26 Oct. 58 6 Jan 



Nov. Ij6 



7 Jan. 66; 7 Jan. 72 
4 Jan. 661 14 Jan. 72 



Jan. 
June 7017 Jan. 



Apr. 55 
3 Dec. 59 15 N0V.61I23 Aug. 69 
1 Dec. 59U6 Jan. 66 26 Jan. 72 
6 Jan. 61 ^6 Jan. 66 126 Jan, 



71 31 Oct. 76 
63 23 Nov. 76 
71 12 Dec. 76 
71J12 Dec. 76 
12 Dec. 76 

12 Dec. 76 

13 Dec. 76 
13 Dec. 76 

13 Dec. 76 
15 Dec. 76 

20 Dec. 76 
23 Dec. 76 

30 Dec. 76 

7 Jan. 77 

14 Jan. 77 
14 Jan. 77 
17 Jan. 77 

21 Jan. 77 
26 Jan. 77 
26 Jan. 7 



Oct. 75. 



5 Feb. 61 



Dec. 71 i 3 Feb. 77 



Feb. 72 
Feb. 



_ Feb. 77 
4 Feb. 77 



24 Sept. 58 

3 Feb. 61 

4 Feb. 61 

1 Dec. 59 

o Aug. 59^0 Feb. 66i2o Feb. 7: 
8 Feb. 61 20 Feb. 66 20 Feb. 72 20 Feb. 77 

2 Dec. 59 30 Nov. 60 23 Mar. 69:23 Feb. 77 



5 Feb. 66 5 Feb. 72 5 Feb. 77 

.Uoh « nn Uol, -,-, 00 Feh. 77 



4 Aug. 54 
1 Apr. 55 
1 Apr. 55 
1 Jan. 62 

29 Dec. 54 
1 Apr. 55 



26 Apr. 59 
6 June 56 

20 June 70 
2 Jan. 62 



4 June 70 25 Mar. 77 
1 Jan. 68 1 3° Mar. 77 
1 Apr. 72 1 Apr. 77 
: Apr. 77 
Apr. 77 



6 Aug. 7c, 



2 Jan. 70 
28 July 63 
12 Apr. 72 



6 June 54126 June 66^3 Apr. 7 
26 Mar. 58 14 Apr. 66 

5 May 53 9 Mar. 58 
26 Oct. 58 21 Mar. 6, 



12 Apr. 77 

13 Apr. 77 
4 Apr. 72! 14 Apr. 77 
1 Apr. 66 17 Apr. 77 



Apr. 



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1 Apr. 55I23 July 70:24 Apr. 72 24 Apr. 77 

- -3 Apr. 77 

5 May 77 

5 May 77 

8 May 77 



7 Apr. 



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27 Aug. 58 

3 Dec. 63 



29 Dec. 

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I 5 May 72 
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Dec. 71 



17 Nov. 57 
28 Aug. 57 
24 Mar. 58 
1 Mar. 5" 



29 May 72 

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13 June 66J13 June 7: 



May 60 13 June 66 13 June 7 
" 3 June 66, 13 June; 



8 Feb. 61 
8 Feb. 6: 
8 Feb. 6: 
8 Feb. 6 
8 Feb. 6: 
8 Feb. 6: 
8 Feb. 6: 
8 Dec. 6c 
oOct. 61 



1 Apr. 55 
3 July 59 

22 Sept. 63 

23 Feb. 56 
18 Aug. 58 
12 Mar 



58 
27 Aug. 58 
.. 17 Aug- 58 
Apr. 51 27 Aug. 58 
1 Jan. 52 27 Aug. 58 

3 May 52 27 Aug. 58 

4 Ji.ne 52 27 Aug. 58 5 July 72 



13 June 66 13 June 72 
13 June 66,13 June 72 
13 June 66,13 June 72 
13 June 66 13 June 72 
13 June 66 '13 June 72 

3 June 66 13 June 72 

4 July 69 14 June 72 



26 Apr. 59 4 June 70 
23 June 66 23 June 72 
16 Mar. 70 26 June 72 
4 June 70 27 June 72 
3 July 66 3 July 72 

13 July 70' 3 July 72 

20 July 58 25 Mar. 6g 
28 Aug. 58 9 Dee. 67 
15 Sept. 69 24 July 72 
June 7c 
Aug. 72 
Aug. 72 
Aug. 72 



26 Apr. 59 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 Julv 72 
5 July 72 1 



iS May 77 
29 May 77 

4 June 77 
13 June 77 
13 June 77 
13 June 77 
13 June 77 
13 June 77 
15 June 
13 June 77 
13 June 77 
13 June 77 

13 June 77 

14 June 77 

18 June 77 

19 June 77 

23 June 77 

26 June 77 

27 June 77 
3 July 77 

3 July 77 

5 Julv 77 
■ 7 July 77 

24 July 77 
1 Aug. 77 
1 Aug. 77 
1 Aug. 77 
1 Aug. 77 
1 Aug. 7; 
1 Aug. 77 



3 Apr. it 



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Thos. Marshal] Harris, CV. R. Artillery. 
KUiot Minto Playfair, CW. 1! Artillery ... 

Walter D'Oylv Kerrich. ' l ul. It. Art 

Robert Mallaby, Li. Col. Bombay Staff C. 
Richard Warren, Lt.Cul. Royal Engineers 
Richard Hugh Stotherd, Lt.Cul. R. Eng 
William Hatt Noble, Zf.CoJ. B. Ungineers 
Henry Schaw, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers. 
George Hamilton Gordon, £< Col. R Eng. 

Charles John Fowler, Lt.Col. R Eng 

Alex. Andrew Bruce, Lt.Cul. Bengal SC. 
ju.s.c. Fred. Wm Jebb, 1 * 2 Lt.Cul. h.\>. 67 ) 

Foot, Adj. Gen. Madras, with local ■ 

rank of Brigadier General ) 

Alex. Ross Clarke, CB. Lt.Col. R Eng .. 
T. W. R. Boisragon, L/.O./. Bengal S. U. 

Julian M. Hall, .!/.//<„■, Coldst. Gds 

William John Chads, Lt.Cul. ■ _■ Knot .. 
Andre wCampbell Knox Lock, 143 i«. CV. ' 

Brigade Depot Fleetwood 

Bendvshe Walton, C/.E'.Zi'.Co/.BeugalS.C. 
Charles Elgee, Maim; 2; K ■ -■ -t 
Richard Preston, ( B. Lt.Col j,x Foot 
Arthur Fred. Warren, 1 " CB. Lt.Col. 1 

h.p. Rifle Brigade j 

Charles Henry Owen, Lt.Cul. R. Artillery 
Paget WaJter'L'K, trange, Lt.Col. R. Art. 
William Gilly Andrewes, Zf.Cof. R. Art 
Roderick Mackenzie, Lt.Col. R. Artillery. 
c.FredericSmithViicher, 1,5 -l/"/o)-,h.p.22F. 
James Harwood Rocke. 146 Major, h.p. ) 

18 F. Dejiiifi/ Judge Advocate, London j 
William Pole Colimgwood, 15 * Lt.Col.) 

h.p. 21 Foot )' 

¥€ Sir Howard C. Elpliii^tone, A'OB. > 

CJ/67. Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ) 

Henry Prim Hutton, 1 *? Lt.Col. h.p. 30 F. 
2JC U.Cha.Teesdale, C-B. Lt.Col. R. Art- 
Robert Moekler, 148 Lt.Col. Brigade) 

Depot, Richmond $ 

William Henry Kerr, 1 * 9 Lt.Col. Brigade ) 

Depot, Buri/ j 

Wm. Driunmond Scrase Dickins, 150 Lt. ) 

Col. h.p. 31 Foot 3 

HenryR.L.Newdigate.CB.Zr.CW.RifleBr. 

Godfrey Clerk, Lt.Col. Rifle Brigade 

yfHugk H.Gough, CB. Lt.Col. Ben. S.C. 
Y€ John J. M'Leod Innes, Lt. Col. R.Eng. 
George TomkynsChesnev,Z7.CV.R Eng. 
Wm. Edmund Warrand, Lt.Col. R. Eng... 
Henry Alex. Brownlow, Lt.Col. R. Eng. 
William Roberts Farmar, Major, h.p. ] 

75 F. Staff Contain and Assistant Com- Y 

mandant, B. Victoria Hospital, Netley J 
Alured Clarke Johnson, Lt.Col. R. Art... 
Frederick William Lambton, Major, 71 F. 
Archibald Tisdall, 151 Lt.Col. Brigade) 

Depot, Aberdeen $ 

Compton A. Scrase Dickins, Lt.Col. 28 F. 
Charles Edvv. Cumberland, Lt.Col.U.Eng. 
James Bevan Edwards, Lt.Col. R. Eng.... 
Andrew Hugh Bogle, Col. Royal Art. ... 
Herbert Taylor Siborne, Lt.Col. R.Eng... 
Wm. James Stuart, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
Robert Children Whitehead, 151 CB. Lt. ) 

Col. h.p. 58 F i 

John H.M. Shaw Stewart, Lt. Col. R.Eng. 
Henry John F. E. Hickes, Major, R.Art 
p. s.c. Wm. Wiltshire Lynch, Lt. Col. ioFoot 
Henry Thomas Arbuthnot, Lt.Col. R.Art. 
William Stirling, CB. Lt.Col. R. Artillery 
Henry Geo. De la Fosse, CB.Lt.Col.101 F. 
)>.s.c. George Digby Barker, Major, 64 F... 
JohnEd w. Swindley, '-/,'.( W. h.p. ijHuss. 
Wm. Butler Gosse't, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
Henry Strover. Lt.Cul. Royal Artillery... 
Henry Moore, CB. CLE. Lt.Col. Bom. S.C. 
Geoi'ge('ardeii, l; "'A/.C'o/.BrigadeDepot, ) 

Cardiff j 

G. A Brown, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Arch. R. Gloag, Col. Royal Artillery 

Eardley Wm. Childers, Lt.Col. R Art. ... 
Thomas Ignatius M. Hog, Lt.Col. R. Art. 
George Newton Fendall, Lt.Col. 53 Foot 
Francis Charles Trevor, Lt.Col. R. Art.. 

John Jago, Lt.Col. 74 Foot 

John Macdonald, Lt.Col. Bensjal Staff C. 
L.D'A Dunsterville.Zf.CV. BombavS C. 
R. V. Handyside, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 
W. H. Beynon, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C 
J. T. Watson, Lt.i ,,!. Bengal Staff Corps 
Wm. O. Swanston, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. 1 
Wm. H. R. Godfrey, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. 1 
Charles M. Hailes, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. 
Jos. White Orchard, Lt.Col. Bengals. C. 



25 Feb. 45,11 Apr. 46^3 May 53 26 A P r - 59 4 June 70 



?3 Mar. 47 15 Nov. 50 28 July 54 
18 Dec. 47 11 Nov. 51 20 Apr. 56 
9 Nov. 43' 25 Dec. 45! 6 June 54 
18 June 51 22 Apr. 53 14 J an - 58 
i2 Sept. 4 3 12 Jan. 48 



•■■ 56. 9 

26 Dec. 56 

Apr. 57 1 

Jan. 58 14 

May 51 124 Mar. 58,18 



Apr. 



Mar. 69 



3 Jan. 54 20 July 58 25 Mar. 69 

20 Feb. 55)20 July 58)25 Mar. 69 
Mar. 69 



31 July 46 24 Jan. 51 

19 Aug. 51 j 7 June 54 2oreD. 55120.11117 58 
16 Sept. 5 1 6 June 54 23 Mar. 55 20 July 58 L, 
5 Dec. 51I25 Mar. 53 24 June 56 20 July 58,25 
• Sept.53 1 9 Aug. 55 4 Jan. 6:, 5 Jan. 61 30 
' Aug. 54 27 Aug. 58 28 Aug. 58 14 
' "Aug. 58:14 



8 Dec. ,- 

9 June 49 
11 Dec. 40 



1 Aug. 54 27 Au . „. 

1 Aug. 54 27 Aug. 58 28 Aug. 58 14 

1 Aug. 54 27 Aug. 58:28 Aug. 58 14 



Mar. 69 
Mar. 69 
June 69 
June 69 
June 69 
Juno 69 



19 June 50 17 Jan. 52! ' Jan. 57 26 Apr. 59! 4 

16 Sept. 5 i|22 Sept. 54, 2 3 Oct. 57 19 July 59J10 
26 June 40 20 Sept.44|n May 49', 3 Feb. 60 28 
13 Dec. 50 '20 May 53 17 June 55 3 Feb. 6028 

18 Dec. 47 13 Nov. 51 10 June 50 15 June 60 11 
22 Dec. 52 17 Feb. 54 1 Apr. 59 15 June 60 n 

8 Dec. 48 28 Apr. 53 27 Aug. 58 24 July 60! 8 

6 Aug. 46 9 Nov. 46'' 1 Apr. 55 1 Apr. 70 12 

19 Dec. 49*17 Feb. 54 20 Aug. 58 4 Jan. 61, ig 

7 Oct. 51 18 Aug. 54)30 Nov. 5515 Feb. 61 29 
13 June 51 1 Aug. 54 24 Nov. 58 15 Feb. 61 29 
11 Apr. 54! 4 Oct. 54 7 June 60 15 Feb. 61 '29 

17 Sept. 50 13 Dec. 5^ 14 May 58 5 Mar. 61 31 
22 June 53 16 May 54 1 Apr. 60 9 Apr. 61 5 
!2 June 53 30 May 54 1 Apr. 60 9 Apr. 61 5 

9 Dec. 54 23 Nov. 56 21 June 6t 22 June 61 
ii Jan. 53^16 Mar. 55 2 Apr. 61 17 Sept. 61 
5 Jan. 47 22 Dec. 50 5 Mar. 58 31 Dec. 6i 
4 Aug. 54:13 Dec. 54 1 2 Aug. 60 14 Jan. 62 

19 Dec. 49 26 July 51 23 Feb. 56 28 Jan. 62 
15 June 50 23 Nov. 56 15 June 62 15 Aug. 66 
11 Aug. 54 J 6 Nov. 54 9 Nov. 55 14 June 64 
26 Dec. 46 21 Apr. 51 25 Aug 59 26 Dec. 66 

9 Dec. 50 12 Apr. 57 2S Dec. 60 5 July 72 2 
13 June 51 26 Sept. 57 16 Jan. 61 5 July 72 2 
13 June 51 31 Dec. 57 25 Sept. 61' 5 July 72 2 

11 Dec. 46 "4 May 43 7 Nov. 56 24 Mar. 58 18 

12 June 52 (27 Apr. 5S 16 June 62 5 July 72 23 
1 16 Jan. 46 19 Feb. 47 7 Mar. 51 11 May 6-A 9 
[ii Dec. 46 24 May 53 18 Feb. 61 11 Dec. 66 1 1 

ia Dec. 46 21 Oct. 50 5 Feb. 57 29 Apr. 661 12 
12 Dec. 46 10 Apr. 51 26 Jan. 60 12 Dec. 66 12 

20 Dec. 461 1 Nov. 51 13 July 5} 20 Dec. 66120 
: 20 Dec. 46 3 Sept.53 6 Aug. 58 20 Dec. 66 20 

20 Dec. 46 17 Mar. 50 18 Fell. 61 20 Dec. 66j2o 
Dec. 46 31 Mar. 50 18 Feb. 61 20 Dec. 66 20 
Dec. 46.10 June 52 18 Feb. 61 20 Dec. 6620 
Dec. 4 6| 1 Oct. 53 18 Feb. 61 20 Dec. 66 20 



June 70 
Oct. 70 
Feb. 71 

Feb 71 
Apr. 71 
Apr. 71 
June 71 
July 71 
Nov. 71 
Dec. 71 
Dec. 71 
Dec. 71 
Dec. 71 

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.Mar. 72 
Apr. 72 
June 72 
July 72 
July 72 
Sept. 72 
Oct. 72 
Sept. 72 
Nov. 72 
Nov. 72 
Nov. 72 
Mar. 69 
Nov. 72 
Dec. 72 
Dec. 72 
Dec. 72 
Dec. 72 
Dec. 72 
Dec. 72 
Dec. 72 
Dec. 72 
Dec. 72 



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COLONEL. PLACED OX 
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I COBNUT, 

|2ndLlEUT. | LIEUT. I CAPTAIN. | MAJOB. 
OrENSIGN. 



| LIEUT. 
COLONEL. 



COLONEL. 



Alex. Davidson Clay, Lt.Col. Madras S.C 
Chas. D. Clementson, Lt. Col. Madras S. C 
T. W. W. Pierce, Lt.Col. Bombay S. C. 
Thomas Lamb, Lt.Col. Bengal Stall" Corps 

Alfred C. Lilly, Lt. Col. Madras S.C 

Hastings Fraser, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 
William Munro, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 
Son. Fred. Arthur Wellesley, Capt. f Lt. j 

Col. Coldstream Guards > 

Richard K. Macquoid, Lt. Col. Madras S.C. 
Chas. Alex. M'Mahon, Lt.Col. MadrasS.C. 
Charles Blevritt, 1 " Lt.Col. Brigade De- ^ 

pot, Halifax ) 

ThomasLvnden Bell, 158 Lt.Col. Brigade > 

Depot, Bristol ) 

Jervis Harpur, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C... 
George James D. Hay, Lt. Col. Bengal S. C. 
GeorgeGi. rdoni 'unl M'rJ.t. Cot. Bengal S.C. 
George Hay Moncrieff, Ma jot-, Scots Gds. 
John Thompson, 160 Lt.Col. Brigade) 

Depot, Burnley j 

Henry P. Ewart, Lt.Col. 2 Life Guards ... 
George Frederick de Berry, 161 Lt.Col. \ 

li.p. Brigade Depot ; Commanding a f- 

Division of the Madras Arm;/ ) 

Robert Blackall Montgomery, 1 02 Lt.Col. \ 

Brigade Depot. Bradford j 

Edward Horatio Henry Foster, :6S Zi. Col. \ 

Brigade Depot, Clonmel j 

Frederic Brine, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
Mossom Boyd, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C... 
Arthur Edw. Aug. Ellis. 16 * CSI. Capt. 4-) 

Lt. Col. h.p. Gren. Gds. Equerry to \ 

2. U.K. the Prince of Wales I 

Thomas Tyacke.Z*. Col. Br. Depot, Chester 
Richard D'Ovly C. Bracken, Lt.Col.) 

Bengal Staff Corps j 

Charles M'Clintock Cotton, 165 Lt.Col. \ 

Brigade Depot, Brecon j 

William French, ZtiCo}. Royal Artillery... 
David MacFarlan, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Charles Shawde N.Lucas, Col. R. Art. ... 
JohnPringleSUerriflf, Lt. Col. Bengal S.C. 

Henry Cook, Lt.Col. 100 Foot 

Richard S. Simonds, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 
Thomas E Webster, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 
Wm.ScottDrever.CS/.Xr.t'oZ.MadrasS.C. 
John Brenton Cox, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C... 
Alfred George Plomer.Zi'.CW.BombayS.C. 
Rowland R. Wallace, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
James Clements, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C. 
Ernest Aug. Green, Lt.Col, Bombay S C. 
Octavius L. Smith, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 
John Durham Hall, Lt.Col. Bombay S. C 
Thomas Waddington.Zr.PoJ.BombayS.C 
Edward William Blackett, 168 Lt. Col. h.p. ) 

Depot Battalion, Aide de Camp to the - 

Queen ) 

James R.S. Henderson, if. CoZ. MadrasS.C 
Wm. Turton Fagan, Lt.Col, Bengal S.C. 
Wm. Coles Phillpotts, Lt.Col, R. Engineers 
Thomas Francis Lloyd, 1 " Lt.Col. Bri- \ 

gade Depot, York ) 

Hugh Parker Montgomery, 1 " 1 Lt.Col. \ 

Brigade Depot, Bodmin j 

Joseph de Montmorency, 1 " 2 Lt.Col. Bri-> 

gade Depot, Warrington j 

Richard C. A. Marshall, Zf.CW.Madr.S.C. 
Thomas W. Stausfeld, Lt.Col. Madr. S.C. 
Adam H. M. Dickev, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
Edward Langford Dillon, 174 Lt.Col. h.p. > 

18 Foot } 

George Flower Herbert, 175 Lt.Col. Bri- \ 

gade Depot, Glasgow j 

Benj. Bouslield Herrick, 2nd Com. R.Mar. 
Henry Alexander, Lt. Co I. 1 Dragoon Gds. 
Charles FiczGei-ald, 177 Lt.Col. h.p. 49 Foot 
Duncan John M'Grigor, Lt.Col, R. Art.... 
F. W. E. F. Walker, CB. Capt. # Lt.Col. \ 

Scots Guards ) 

George Bayles Heastey, Col. Com. R. Mar. 
Robert John Hughes,' 178 Lt.Col. h.p. 63 "j 

Foot; Com. a Brigade, Ctimlahar Force $ 1 
AmeliusBeauclerk Fycrs, Lt.Col. R. Eng. , 
James Ponsonby Cox, Lt.Col. h.p. R. ) j 

Eng. ; Mil.See'.tn Com. in Chief. Bombay )' 
Robert Rollo Gillespie, 179 Lt.Col. h.p. S ' 

106 F. Assist. Adj. 4- Q. II. Gen., York) j 
Francis Barry Drew, CB. Lt.Col. 14 Foot' 
Wm. Owen Lanyon, CB. CMG. Lt.Col. > 

2 W. India Regiment j 

Edgar Gibson Clark, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 
Hugh D'Arcy P. Burnell, Lt.Col. 7 Huss. 
Jas.Anneslcy Smith, Lt. Col. Bombay S.C. 
Clements Robert Shaw. Lt.Col. Bengals. C. 
Clement John Smith, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
Edward L. Hankin, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 



26 Dec 
29 Dec 



Dec. 40! 15 Nov. 53 18 Feb. 61,20 Dec. 66 20 Dec. 72 

Dec ' 

Dec 

Jan 

Jan. 47, s<JLiue5i ioi^uv. jy'iuu»ii. u^.*v vuu. /j 

Jan. 47 20 Apr. 53 18 Feb. 61120 Jan. 67 20 Jan. 73 
Jan. 47 15 Nov. 53 18 Feb. 61 20 Jan. 67 20 Jan. 73 



i. 46 15 Nov. 53 18 Feb. 61 20 Dec. 66 20 Dec. 72 

;. 46 1 Aug. 51 24 Oct. 58I26 Dec. 66 26 Dec. 72 

Dec. 46 31 Oct. 53 13 Jan. 60 29 Dec. 66 29 Dec. 72 

Jan. 47:12 Mar. 52 25 Nov. 58.20 Jan. 67 20 Jan. 73 

Jan. 47; 3 June 51 iS Nov. 59; 20 Jan. 67(20 Jan. 73 

Tot, .i. o^> A i-»t» .--, T H ~WaYt fi.")n.Tim £.-* r>rt .Ta.Tl. Hi 



Mar. 63 1 1 Aug. 63 30 Oct. 66 
26 Jan. 47 1 1 Feb. 53' iS Feb. 61 
4 Feb. 47' 30 Dec. 50! 1 Feb. 59 
8 May 46 22 Dec. 48 1 May 55 
[7 May 50117 Feb. 54 30 Nov. 55 



28 Apr. 75 

>6 Jan. 67 26 Jan. 73 
4 Feb. 67 
7 Jan. 69 



c Oct. 62 
17 Feb. 47 26 Aug. 51 8 Sept.6o 17 Feb. 67 
20 Mar. 47! 4 Nov. 52 21 Nov. 58(20 Mar. 67 
20 Mar. 47 ' 16 July 50 26 Oct. 60 20 Mar. 67 

6 June 54 1 4 Aug. 54 IS Jan. 56 
19 Oct. 49 17 June 51 15 Jan. 56 14 Mar. 6; 
26 Feb. 58:22 July 59125 Mar. 62 

7 Jan. 42*25 Apr. 45 20 Oct. 49 
24 Sept. 47 12 Oct. 52 4 Aug. 54 

2 May 42 14 Apr. 46.14 Feb. 55 
1 Oct. 47 11 Nov. 50J23 Feb. 56 

3 Apr. 47 4 Aug. 53J1S Feb. 61 

11 Aug. 54,12 Jan. 5517 Apr. 60 
1 July 53 2 Nov. 55 L3 Oct. 57 
26 Apr. 47 20 May 53; 4 Feb. 61 

Nov. 56 



20 Sept. 61 
17 Apr. 66 
17 June 68 



4 Feb. 73 
2 Feb. 73 
4 Feb. 73 
[7 Feb. 73 
:o Mar. 73 
:o Mar. 73 
g Aug. 62 
26 Mar. 73 
26 Mar. 73 

t Apr. 70 

[ Apr. 73 

1 Apr. 73 

9 Nov. 63 2 Apr. 73 

Apr. 67 3 Apr. 73 

9 Apr. 70 
.6 July 64 23 Apr. 73 
26 Apr. 73 
30 Apr. 73 
1 May 73 
11 May 73 
11 May 7 



26 Apr. 67 
9 Mar. 67 



Aug. 70 



23 May 73 



3 Mar. 42 17 Oct. 46 

27 June 48 1 Nov. 48 1 Apr. 55 21 Aug. 70 
11 June 53 12 Sept. 57U0 Feb. 63 21 Feb. 63 

9 June 48(25 Feb. 54*27 Aug. 58 5 July 72 
20 Jan. 51 16 July 54:20 Jan. 65 2 Jan. 62 
15 June 55,31 Aug. 55; z June 58 7 Apr. 63 - ,.^,, , 
11 June 47, 14 Nov. 49 27 June 57 6 Nov. 66 J n June 7^ 
11 Juue47|2i Sept. 51 19 Aug. 59 11 June 67,11 June 73 
11 June 47. 10 July 5018 Feb. 61 n June 67 11 June 73 
11 June 47,28 May 51 iS Feb. 61 « June 67 n June 73 
11 June47 1 Jan. 52 18 Feb. 61 n June 67; n June 73 
11 June 47! 15 Nov. 53 18 Feb. 61 " June 67 1 n June 73 
11 June47|i5_ Nov. 53 iS Feb. 6i|n June 67 11 June 73 

11 June 47, 16 Dec. 53 18 Feb. 61 pi June 67,11 June 73 

12 June 47 7 Nov. 50 18 Feb. 61.12 June 67 12 June 73 
12 June 47 14 Nov. 53 18 Feb. 61 12 June 67 12 June 73 

June 47 15 Nov. 53;I s Feb. 6 



14 Feb. 51 6 June 54 1 9 Feb. 55 

30 June 47 1 Mar. 52 18 Feb. 61 
28 July 47 9 Feb. si I18 Apr- 58 
18 Dec. 47 6 Dec. 51 in Aug. 56 
22 June 55 15 May 57 10 May 61 
21 Aug. 49 28 Oct. 53 17 Aug. 55 
4 Aug. 40 14 Apr. 43,14 Sept.52 

20 Aug. 47 1 Mar. 52 18 Feb. 61 

21 Aug. 47 1 13 Mar. 52 18 Feb. 61 
:i Aug. 47, 10 Nov. 53 18 Feb. 61 
1 Sept. 54 1 9 Mar. 55 31 Mar. 6; 



rs Oct. 50:10 Dec. 52I 9 Sept.55 14 Oct. 68 j 6 



12 June 67 12 June 73 

21 Oct. 62 j 1 Apr. 70 

30 June 67 '30 June 73 
5 Apr. 67 28 July 73 
5 July 72 2 Aug. 73 
9 Aug. 73 



iS Nov. 6S 

10 Nov. 69 

11 Sept. 64 



20 Aug. 67 
:i Aug. 67 
:i Aug. 67 
6 Mar. 70 27 Aug. 73 



13 Aug. 73 
16 Aug. 73 



Aug. 73 

Aug. 73 

21 Aug. 73 



21 Mar. 4 s'i8 Dec. 55 5 Feb. 72J18 Sept. 73 
Oct. "73 



27 nee. 44 21 Aiar. 40 is wee. 55 5 pen. 72.10 
3 Sept. 47, 6 Dec. 50, 1 Feb. 56 12 June 63 22 
27 Jan. 5429 Oct. 54 1 2 Oct. 5; 18 Oct. 64! 4 
12 June 52 27 Apr. 58 2 Oct. 62 5 July 72 8 



5 Sept 62 11 July 65 
29 Dec. 45 27 May 48,12 Dec. 56 

7 Jan. 41! 30 Aug. 43 j 7 Sept.55 
18 Dec. 47|2oDec. 51 'iS Aug. 56 
18 Dec. 47:14 May 53 2 Sept. 57 

8 June 49 3 July 55 30 July 62 



23 May 45 17 Aug. 48 21 Nov. 5- 
21 Dec. 60 27 July 66 15 July 68 
20 Nov. 47 15 Nov. 53 ' 18 Feb. 61 

14 July 54 14 Sept.55 3° July 5S 22 Sept. 63 6 Dec. 73 
10 Dec. 47 27 Oct. 51 26 Sept. 60: 10 Dec. 67 10 Dec. 73 
10 Dec. 47| 8 Dec. 50 18 Feb. 61 1 10 Dec. 67 10 Dec. 73 
10 Dec. 47 15 Nov. 53(18 Feb. 6i|ioDec. 67|ioDec. 73 
10 Dec. 47 10 May 50! 18 Feb. 61 10 Dec. 67:10 Dec. 73 



Oct. 73 
: Feb. 73 



5 July 72' 17 Oct. 
10 May 64 1 Apr. 
5 July 72 18 Oct. 
5 July 72 19 Oct. 



73 

70 
73 

73 
:i Sept. 68 13 Aug. 73 
7 July 63 25 Oct. 73 
1 Apr. 74 1 2 Feb. 78 
Nov. 67 20 Nov. 73 
Sept. 63 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAY. 



22 Oct. 79 



7 Sept.76 



29 Mar. 7S 
1 Apr. 7S 

1 Apr. 78 

2 Apr. 7S 

3 Apr. 7 S 

9 Apr. 78 

23 Apr. 78 
26 Apr. 78 

30 Apr. 7S 

1 May 7^ 
11 May 7S 
n May 78 
16 May ?3 
23 May 7 s 

II JlUiC 7 S 

11 June 78 

1 1 June 78 

1 1 June 7 - 
ii June 7? 

11 June 78 

12 June 7S 
12 Juue 7S 

12 June7S 

19 June 7S 

30 June 7S 
28 July 78 

2 Aug. 70 
9 Aug. 78 

13 Aug. 7S 



6 Aug. 7:' 

20 Aug. 7S 

21 Aug. 7. 

21 Aug. 7 S 

27 Aug. 7S '4 Septus 

6 Sept. 78 
18 Sept. 70! 

22 Sept. 7? 

4 Oct. 78 

5 Oct. 73 
15 Oct. 78 

17 Oct. 78 

18 Oct. 78, G Aug. 70 

18 Oct. 7 3| 

19 Oct. 78 12 Oct. 70 



Oct. 



22 Oct. 78 5 Scpt.77 
25 Oat. 7 S 
n Nov. 7S 
20 Nov. 73 
6 Dec. 78 
10 Dec. 7 SJ 
10 Dec. ;8 
10 Dec. 7S 
10 Dec. 70 



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4 7 



EdwardC. S.Williams, CLE. £7. Co/. R.Eng. o June 48 
George Wheeler, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 11 Dec. 47 
Edward Loftus Bland, Lt.Col. R. Eng. ... 27 June 4S 

Donald Alex. Frazer, Lt.Col. R. Euir 27 June 4S 

Sir Edmond Frederick Du Cane, A~OB. ) tn n 

Lt.Col. Royal Engineers i I 9 ljec - 

William Grossman, CJ/G. Lt.Col. R.Eng. 19 Dec. 
Jasper Otway Mayne, Lt. Col. R. Eng. ... 
Henry Thomas Rogers, Lt.Col. R. Km:.. 
Irwin Montgomery Greig, Lt.Col. R.Eng. 

John R. Maunsell, Lt.Col. R. Eng 

Herbert G. Panter, Lt.Col. 37 Foot 

Harvey T. Duncan, CSI. Z/. Co/. Madr. S.C. 
JohnG. S. Matheson, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
Charles C. Minchm. Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
William Walker Whitehall Johnston,) 

Lt.Col. h p. 1 W. I. Regt j 

Bonar ilillett Deane, Lt.Col. h.p. 19 Foot 

Thomas Netherton Harward, Col. R. Art. 

William Denis-deVitre, Col. R. Artillery... 

Francis Hastings M'Leod, Col. R. Art. ... 

Lionel Chase Barton, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 

Charles Edward Grogan, Lt.Col. 8 Foot... 

Rowley Willes Hinxman, Lt.Col. 60 Foot 

YC Hugh Stewart Cochrane, Lt.Col. 43 F. 

David Shaw, Lt.Col. Madras Stall' Corps 

Malcolm Kemp Bourne, Lt. Col. Madr. S.C. 

Osborne Morgan, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C.'n Jan. 48 

Alfred Tulloch, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 11 Jan. 48, 

Joseph Reay, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps. 11 Jan. 48 

Robert Sutton Burge, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 

Archibald Thos. Baldwin, Z/. Co/. Mad. S.C. 

Charles Vernon Jenkins, Lt.Col. Ben. S.C. 

Rowland Farcer, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 

Richard Henry Beddome, L/. Co/. Mad. S.C. 

Arthur Palmer Davis, Lt.Col. B.uu. S.C .. 

John James Elder, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C 

Lambert Henry Denne, Lt.Col. R. Art. ... 

Edward Thomas Brooke, Major, R. Eng 

Joseph Bonus, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers.. 

Robt. Stevenson Moselev.i-/. Col. Ben. S.C. 

Peter Hy. Scratchley, CMU.Lt. Col. R.Eng. 

Alfred Worsley Montagu,X<. Col. Ben. S.C. 

Alexander Callander, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 

Douglas Standen, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 25 Feb. 4 S 

Alex. Henry Murray, Lt. Col. R. Artillery 20 June 49 

Albert Henry Bamfield, Lt.Col. Ben. S.C. 20 Mar 

Edmund Henry Cox, Lt.Col. R. Mar. Art. 15 Aug. 4" 

John Penton, Lt.Col. 89 Foot 6 June 51 

Duncan Macpherson, CB. Lt.Col. 42 Foot 25 J 
Adolphus Haggerston Stephens, i»i Lt. 

Col. h.p. Rifle Br.; Aide de Camp to . 

K.R.R. the Duke of Cambridge I 

John Plumptre OarrGlyn, Lt. Col. Rifle Br 
George Avton Craster, Lt.Col. 1!. Kin.'. 
John Le Mesurier, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
Anthony Percy Bainbridge, Lt.Col. 11.. Art. 
Harrington Fred. Heysham, Lt.Col. 1 

Madras Staff Corps. . .' ) 



William Adolphus Baker, Lt.Col. 



Eu: 



Thomas Elliott Hughes, Lt. Col. R . Art 8 June 49 

Lynch Stapleton Cotton, Major, h.p. i I R R . , 

63F. Com. K. Hibernian MJitary School > B faept.40 
Henry A. W. Waterfield, Lt. Col. Ben. S C. 10 May " 

p.*.c.Richard Harrison, CB. Major, R.Eng 

Stephen H.E.Chamier, Lt.Col. R.Artalery 11 June 53 

Thomas Scovell Bigge, Lt.Col. 5 Foot 7 June 54 

IngramFrancisChapmun,£<. Co/. Bom. S.C 27 May 40 
Edward Jos. R. Connolly, < 'olj 'om.B Mi 
Wm. Henry G. Palmer, Lt.Col. Mad S. 
William Hands, Lt.Col. Madras Stall' C. 
Theophilus Leslie Scott, Lt.Col. Mad. S. 
Boyce William Dunlop Morton, Lt. Col 

Bengal Staff Corps 

Geo.DelaPoerBeresford,L/.Co/. Mad.S.C. 10 June 
William Osborn, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C... 10 Juue 48 
Newton Barton, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C... 10 . 1 
Eustace Hill, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps. 10 June 48 
Robert HorseleyR. Rowley, Lt. Col. R. Art. 20 June 49 
Thomas Trevor Turton, Lt.Col. Mad. S.C. 26 June 48 
Henry Marshall, 183 Lt.Col. h.p. 9 Lancers 1 May = 
Henry Heberden, LLC,, I. Royal Artillery 20 June 49 
Henry Lowther Balfour, Lt.Col. R. Art.... 20 June 49 
George Kepple Taylor, Lt.Col. R. A:t. ... 20 June 49 
Sir Owen Tudor Burne,' 8 "' ACS'/. CIE. ) i ,, 

Major, h.p. 20 Foot ) ; T 5 Ma y 55 

Jas. Buchanan Kirk, Lt.Col. h.p. 91 F. ...!i 7 Oct. 51! 



Arthur MatchamDavies, Lt.Col. Mad.S.C 

V€ Luke O'Connor, Major, 23 Foot 

Y& AVm. Spottiswoode' Trevor, Lt.Col. \ 

Royal Engineers I 

Harrison Walke J.Trent, 18 "Xf. Co/. h. p. 68F. 

John Thompson, Lt. Col. 50 Foot I27 Feb. 5 

Charles T. Heathcote, Lt.Col. Bom. S.C... 7 s ipt . t 
John Richard Hume, 188 Lt.Col. h.p. 55 F. Iig Oct. 4 




June 79 
June 79 
June 79 
June 

7) 
me 79J 

7 Jure 79 
July 79 
July 7 j 
July 79 

July 79 15 May 7; 
21 June 71 



5 A.ug. 
5 Nov. 54 
1 Dec. 
: 4 Apr. 



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COBNUT, 

2ndnEUT. 

jrEXSIGV. 


LIEUT. CAPTAIN. 


MiJ0B - COLONEL. 


1 WHEN 
COLONEL. PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 


11 £ Harry Harnmon Lyster, Lt.Col.) 
Bengal Staff Corps 1 


20 Sept. 48 


13 Nov. 54' 18 Feb. 61 


19 Jan. 64 


18 Mar. 70 
11 Nov. 78 
7 Oct. 74 


20 Sept.79 
27 Sept.79 

7 Oct. 79 




Y£ Reivers H.Bull. v.lB.CUG.Capt.ooF. 
William Allan Lt.Col. 41 Foot 


23 May 58 
1 2 July 50 


9 Dec. 62 28 May 7c 
11 Nov. 53 20 Dec. 54 


1 Apr. 74 
18 Apr. 65 




Edw. Marcus Beresford, Coyt. f Lt.Col. 1 
Scots Guards ) 


23 Aug. 54 


3 Nov. 54 29 Apr. 56 




4 Nov. 64 
10 Oct. 7.4 
20 Dec. 77 


10 Oct. 79 




Simpson Hackctt Lt Col. 35 Foot 


31 Dec. 4; 
20 Dec. 51 


16 July 52 16 Mar. 55 
15 Nov. 53 20 Dec. 63 


2 June 65 
20 Dec. 71 


10 Oct. 79 


Francis Howell Jenkins, CB. Lt.Col. \ 
Bengal Staff Corps > 


29 Oct. 79 


19 Dec. 49 
19 Dec. 49 


22 Dec. 50 
22 Feb. 51 


2 Nov. 55 
1 Jan. 56 


31 Dec. 71 
8 Mar. 72 


31 Oct. 74 
31 Oct. 7^ 


ji Oct. 79 

ji Oct. 79 




Richard Oldfield, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery. 
Herbert M. G. Purvis. Lt.Col. R. Artillery 




j. i.e. Rich. Blundell-Hollinshead-Blun- 1 


7 Mar. 56 


19 Feb. 58 


4 Mar. 59 


28 Oct. 68 


4 Nov. 74 


4 Nov. 79 




dell, Lt Col. ? Hussars 1 


27 Apr. 49 


15 July 53 


5 Mar. 58 


29 Oct. 66 


14 Nov. 74 
14 Nov. 74 
8 Dec. 74 
19 Aug. 76 


14 Nov. 79 
14 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 




Frcd.'charles D. Barclav, Lt.Col. 66 Foot 




William Mussender. 10 * Lt.Col. h.p. 8 Hus. 
Prancis Booth Norman, Lt.Col. Ben. S.C. 


10 June 53 
8 Dec. 48 


19 Jan. 55 
15 Apr. 54 


31 Jan. 58 
18 Feb. 61 


21 Mar. 68 
10 Nov. 65 




Oriel ViveaSh Tanner, Lt.Cul. Bom. S.C. 


19 Aug. 50 


23 Nov. 56 19 Aug. 62 


19 Aug. 70 




p.t.c. Cecil James East," 1 Lt.Col. h.p. > 

George Fuller Walker, Lt.Col. 12 Foot .. 
;>.'.<• Charles Acton, Lt.Cul. si Foot 


i3 Aug. 54 
14 Apr. 46 


5 June 55! 17 Nov. 63 
13 Sept. 49 17 ilar. 58 


11 Sept. 72 
23 June 65 


17 May 79 
1 Dec. 74 


29 Nov. 79 
1 Dec. 79 


i 7 May 79 


12 Dec. 51 


6 June 54 8 Jan. 58 


30 June 65 


5 Dec. 74 


5 Dec. 79 


Alfred A. De*Ya>ux, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 


S Dec. 48 


4 Feb. 52117 Dec. 60 


8 Dec. 68 


8 Dec. 74 


3 Dec. 79 
8 Dec. 79 


John Philip Pe tier, Lt.Col. Madras S.C... 
Thomas Dyer. Lt. Co'. Madras Staff Corps 
Julian Campbell Hohsoii, /./.I V. Born. S.C 


8 Dec. 48 


5 June 53! 18 Feb. 61 


8 Dec. 68 


8 Dec. 74 


8 Dec. 48 


16 May 54; 18 Feb. 61 


8 Dec. 68 


8 Dec. 74 


8 Dec. 79 




8 Dec. 48 


3 Oct. 54 18 Feb. 611 8 Dec. 68 


8 Dec. 74 


8 Dec. 79 

9 Dec. 79 




Charles Stuart Lane, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 


9 Dec. 48 


1 Sept. 50 18 Feb. 61! 9 Dec. 68 


9 Dec. 74 




Win. Geo. Da vies, CS/. Z>.G//.BengalS.C. 


9 Dec. 48 


10 July 52 18 Feb. 61 9 Dec. 68 


9 Dec. 74 


9 Dec. 79 




RobertUordoriRogersCtf.if.Co/.Ben.S.C. 


9 Dec. 48 


28 Aug. 52 18 Feb. 61 1 9 Dec. 68 


9 Dec. 74 


9 Dec. 79 




Henry Manlev Wemvss, Lt.Cul. Ben. S.C. 


9 Dec. 48 


18 Apr. 53 18 Feb. 61I 9 Dec. 68 


9 Dec. 74 


9 Dec. 79 




Bjyle Torriai.o Stafford, Z/. (W.Ben. S.C. 


9 Dec. 48 


12 Aug. 53! 18 Feb. 61 9 Dec. 68 


9 Dec. 74 


9 Dec. 79 




John Palmer Turt/m. Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 


9 Dec. 48 


10 Feb. 56:18 Feb. 61 9 Dec. 68 


9 Dec. 74 


9 Dec. 79 




Edwd. O'Brien Horst'ord, Lt.Col. Ben. S.C. 


9 Dec. 48 


23 Nov. 56 18 Feb. 61 ' 9 Dec. 68 


9 Dec. 74 


9 Dec. 79 




Adam G. F. Hogs, Major, Bombay S.C. 


4 Jan. 54 


21 Apr. 57I 4 Jan. 66 15 Aug. 68 


ii July 77 


17 Dec. 79 




Jas. Edmund B. Parsons, Lt.Col. Ben.S.C. 


20 Dec. 48 


15 Nov. 53118 Nov. 60 20 Dec. 68 


20 Dec. 74 


20 Dec. 79 




John Fred. Lane Fisher, Lt.Col. Ben. S.C. 


20 Dec. 48 


1 Nov. 5o|i8 Feb. 61 20 Dec. 68 


20 Dec. 74 


20 Dec. 79 




Charles Chester Ekins, Lt.Col Ben. S. C. 


20 Dec. 48 


1 Jan. 51 18 Feb. 6120 Dec. 68 


20 Dec. 74 


20 Dec. 79 




Francis Jeffrey Millar, Lt.Col. Mad. S.C' 


20 Dec. 48 


19 June 51 18 Feb. 61 20 Dec. 68 


20 Dec. 74 


20 Dec. 79 




Beauchamp H. W. Magrath, Lt.Col. 1 
Madras Staff Corps „i 


20 Dec. 48 


1 Mar. 53 18 Feb. 61 20 Dec. 68 


20 Dec. 74 


20 Dec. 79 




John Charles Home, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 


20 Dec. 48 


1 Aug. 53 18 Feb. 61 20 Dec. 68 


20 Dec. 74 


20 Dec. 79 




David Simson Buist, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 


20 Dec. 48 


23 Nov. 56 18 Feb. 61 20 Dec. 68 


20 Dec. 74 


20 Dec. 79 




Henry Coape Smith, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C... 


20 Dec. 48 


23 Nov. 56I18 Feb. 61 20 Dec. 68^20 Dec. 74 


20 Dec. 79 




Robert ComynLavie, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 


20 Dec. 48 


23 Nov. 56 


18 Feb. 61 


20 Dec. 68 


20 Dec. 74 


20 Dec. 79 





War Services of the Colonels. 

1 Colonel Tyrwhitt served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Aide de Camp to the Duke of Cambridge, and was pre- 
sent, at the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion 
of Honor, 5th Class of the Mediidie, and Turkish Medal). 

1 Colonel F. A. Campbell served with the R.M. Battalion on the north coast of Spain. Served with the combined 
force before the town of Sebastopol during the siege in 1854-55 ; was on the expedition to and occupation of Kertch, 
and advance toYenikali; commanded the 1st Battalion of the R.M. Brigade serving in the Crimea, until the fa I 
of Sebastopol, also with expedition to and surrender of Kinbourn (Medal with Clasp, 4th Class of the Mediidie, and 
Turkish Medal). 

6 Colonel Whitmore landed in the Crimea with the 2nd Battalion 1st Royals on 22nd April 1855, and was at the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

8 Colonel Glcig served in the Crimean campaign of 1S54--5;, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

lu Colonel Traill-ilnrroughs served with the 93rd Highlanders throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, in- 
cluding the battles of Alma and Haluklava, expedition to Kertch and Yenikale, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and 
assaults of the iSth .1 une and 8th September (Medal with three Clasps, Turkish Medal, and sth Class of the Medjidie) . 
Served also in the li.dian campaign in 1S57 sS, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, the storming of the 
Beonndrabagh and of the Shahnnjeev (was the first through the breach at the Secundrabagh and was slightly 
wounded on the head by a tulwar cut) , battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec. and pursuit to Seraighat, action of Khoda- 
gunge, if ruling of the Bcegum Khotee and capture of Lucknow — severely wounded (Brevet of Major, Medal with 
two < : I asps ) . Served with the Kuzorzai Field Force in the campaign against the Boneyrs and other mountain tribes 
on the N \\ . Frontier of India in Dec. 1863, and commanded the Regiment whilst encamped in the Umbeyla Pass 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 
* I to! one! > I. V. T. Daniel! served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Brigade Major in the 3rd Division, includ- 
.g. the battle* of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and attack of the 18th June (Medal with 
"^'■" ' ' Major, Knight of the begion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

Major General Nel.-on .served us Sub Assistant Commissary General insole charge of troops of Bombay Army 
throughout the operations in Candaliar ami Afghanistan during 1841-42 under Sir Win. Nott (Medal), and was 
present in the actions of Kale Sheekle, Nuugie Keek, Goaiue, Ghuznee, and occupation of Cabool, and in all the 



War Services of the Colonels. 49 

affairs in which thoCandahar Division was engaged in its progress through the Khoord Cabiol, Tezsen, Jugdulluok 
and Klivber Passes. Ace ompanied the Bombay troops under Colonel Stack from Ferozepore X, > efl'ect a jiricti in with 
the army under Sir Charles Napier in Sind and was present at the battle of Hyderabad (Medal). Keecived the 
thanks of the Governor General of India and also of the Bombay Government for the manner m which the duties i f 
Commissariat had been conducted. Served as Aide de Camp to Sir Thomas Valiant in the action of M.iharajpore 
29th Dec. 1843, and had a horse shot under him (mentioned in despatches. Bronze Star). On the outbreak of the 
insurrection in Jamaica in 1865 he was appointed (being then Deputy Adjutant General) Brigadier General to 
command the Troops in St. Thomas-in-the : East. Received the thanks of the Governor and a vote, unanimously 
passed by the Jamaica House of Assembly, of 200 guineas for a testimonial in recognition of his services. 

16 Colonel Hickman served with the 77th Regiment in the Crimea from Nov. 1854, including the siege of Sebns- 
topol and sortie of 22nd March (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

W Colonel Deshon served with the 22nd Regt. in Scinde, and was present at the battle ot Hyderabad (Medal). 
He served also the campaign in the Southern Mahratta country in 1S44 45, and wbs present at the investment and 
capture of the Forts of Panulla and Pownghur, as also in the opera tarns against the I '■:•'- ■■:' luunahurand Man- 
sontosh in the Southern Concan. Landed in the Crimea with the 4 -th Ki et. on . o-t April , ;, an ! served at the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol, and commanded a portion of the Regiment .l-teehed on duty in the Dockyard from 14th 
January to 14th March 1S56 (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, ,th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Me lal). 

19 Colonel Pitt in 1S59 raised, organized and trained the Victorian Volunteer Force for this service he re- 
ceived the thanks of Her Majesty's Government. On the renewal of the war m New Zealand m 1863 he was, on the 
recommendation of Lt. General Sir Duncan Cameron, commissioned by the Colonial Government to raise Local 
Corps to aid the troops, and in a verv short time succeeded in raisins,' upwards of 2,000 men— for this service he was 
promoted to an Unattached Majority. In Dec. 1863 he was appointed Assistant Military Secretary to Sir Duncan 
Cameron, and served in the Waik.ato campaign of 1803-64, including the attacks on Orakau and the Gate Pah: also 
in the Whanganui campaign of 1864-65, including the actions of Nukumaru and K'akaramia (mentioned 111 despatches, 
Brevet of Lt.Colonel). On the departure of Sir Duncan Cameron he was nop linted Assistant Military Secretary ! 1 
Major General Chute, and served throughout the Wanganui anil Taranaki campaign of 1865-66, including the 
assaults on Okotuku, Putaki, Otapawn, and Waikoto, and the march through the Taranaki forest (mentioned m 
despatches, C£., and Medal). 

21 Colonel Boldero served with the 21st Fusiliers in the Eastern campaign of 1S54 and up to 27th April 1S55, 
including the battles of Alma and Inkerman (severely wounded in left arm) and siege of Sebastopol (Medal witn 
three Clasps, Brevet Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

23 Colonel John Peel served with the 34th Regt. in the Crimea from Feb. 1855, including the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol and capture of the Quarries— severely wounded (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

27 Colonel Robertson-Ross served as an Ensign in the Cape Mounted Rifles during the Kathr war of 1S50-51 
(Medal), was appointed to the local rank of Captain when in command of a corps of Irregular Cavalry called 
" Armstrong's Horse ; " in which capacity he was engaged in many successful atl'airs against the enemy, including 
the action against Sevola's tribe, 16th April 1S51, where he had his horse killed under him ; and more particularly at 
the combined attack on the Amatolas 28th June 1 851, when he commanded a detached body of Cavalry : was six 
times thanked in General orders, and three times specially mentioned in the despatches of the Commander in Chief, 
and promoted to a Lieutenancy in the 4th Regiment. Served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55 with the 
4th Regt., including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol; specially mentioned m the 
despatches of Lord Raglan for having, when in command of a detachment of the 4th Regt. in the advanced trench 
before Sebastopol, repulsed two attacks of the Russians on the night of the 22nd Nov. 1S54 ; and again thanked in 
Lord Raglan's despatch for his conduct at the attack and occupation of the Cemetery, on which occasion he was 
Aide de Camp to Sir William Eyre (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th 
Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). . 

29 Colonel Gall served with the 14th Light Dragoons throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1S4S-49, including 
the action of Ramnnggur with the charging squadrons, and received a severe sabre wound 111 an etfort to seize a 
Standard, passage of the Chenab, and battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Served with 
the Persian expedition in 1857. Commanded the Left Wing of the 14th Light Dragoons 111 the held trom the nth June 
1857 to the 15th June 1858, during the Indian mutiny ;— with the Deccau Field Force at the suppression ot the mutiny 
at Auruiigabad ; with the Malwa Field Force under Sir Charles Stuart; and with the Central India I told i orce 
under Sir Hugh Rose, including the siege and capture of Dhar, actions at Mundesore, comprising the battle ot 
Gooraria, on the 21st 22nd 23rd and 24th Nov. 1857, and relief of Neemuch, siege and capture ot Chandairee, siege 
and capture of Jhansi in command of a Flying Camp, consisting of a si madron 14th Light lira goons, two o- pounders, 
two 5^-inch mortars, and 180 Native Infantry; commanded the Troops, consisting of Cavalry, Intantry, and 
Artillery engaged in the affair of Sohai (or Lohar) in which about 400 of the enemy were slain, commanded a 1- lyinsj 
Column detached to watch and report on the movements of the enemy 



Field Force detached to capture Fort Loharee and headed the stormers in the assault (several contusions), served as 
Lt.Colonel in the action of Koonch, in all the affairs in front of Calpee, and at the battle of Gallowlio. present at 
the capture of Calpee and commanded all the Cavalry sent in pursuit, detached in command ot a Flying ( olumn 
sent to reinforce Lt.Colonel Robertson's Flying Column in the pursuit to Gwalior, present at capture ot Morar I an- 
tonments (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB., and Medal with Clasp for Central India). Repeatedly mentioned in des- 
-by Lord Gough, as having at Uamuuggur "noblv upheld the honour and character of the service " ; by 



Brigadier Stuart after Mundesore,—" Of Captain Gall himself, I must in justice add that a more al 
working Officer I have never met with, or one more worthy of distinction" ; by Sir Hugh Rose's report ot operations 
against Jhansi,—" The next day Brigadier Stuart and myself occupied the city by a combined movement assisted Py 
Major Gall, who spiritedly scaled the bastion at the Onaee Gate from his Flying Camp, and capturing a gun that was 
there, threw it down the ramparts ; I beg to recommend for good and gallant service Major Gall, \c. ; again by Mr 
Hugh Rose,— "I sent Major Gall to punish the treacherous garrison of Loharee * * * I beg to bring to His 
Excellency's notice that this is not the first occasion in which Major Gall has done good service, his daring combined 
with great intelligence and indefatigable zeal have induced me to employ him frequently m reconnaissances and 
duties especially belonging to Light Cavalry. On all these occasions Major Gall has shown how important are tie- 
duties of this arm and how thoroughly he understands them." Relative to the battle of Koonch, brigadier Stuart 
reports that "his best thanks are due to Major Call commanding Left Wing 14th Light Dragoons. Again by Sir 
Hugh Rose on the battle of Calpee— " Once clear of the ravines, I directed Lt.Colonel Gall to pursue the enemy 
with Horse Artillery and Cavalry; I beg to mention him specially, his Column took the whole ot the guns with 
which their main body had retreated from Calpee and six caparisoned elephants. The rebels broken completely by 
Lt.Colonel Gall's Column fled in the utmost disorder." With reference to the Fort of Loharee,— The Governor 
General of India desires to express his entire approval of the gallant conduct of the officers and men engaged under 
Major Gall in this affair, and his cordial appreciation of the merits of Major Gall himself, both in the present attair 
and on all occasions in which he has been employed." Appointed Aide de Camp to the Queen, Sth June 1870. 

31 Colonel G. S. Young served the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46 with the Soth Regt., including the battles ot 
Moodkee, Ferozeshah, and Sobrnon— wounded (Medal and two Clasps). Served in the Indian campaign 111 185S-59; 
commanded the Head Quarter Wing of the Soth Regt. with a column in Oude at the capture of the Fort ot bimree, 
at Beera and Doondeakeira (brevet of Major, Medal). . 

33 Colonel Henning served with the 88th Regiment in the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, lncludmg the battle ot 
Alma, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and attack of the Redan on the Sth Sept. (Medal with two Clasps, and lurkish 
Medal). Served in suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1857-59, including the actions betore Cawnpore on the 20. h 
27th and 29th Nov. and subsequent operations to 6th Dec. 1857, affair at Bhognapore on 4th February, siege ot 
Lucknow in March 1858, siege and fall' of Calpee (Medal with Clasp for Central India). Commanded the 26th 
Cameronians in the Abyssinian campaign in 1S6S (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

35 Colonel Wombwell served with the 46th Regt. at the siege of Sebastopol in 1854-55 (Medal with Clasp, Brevet 
of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

38 Colonel W. A. G. Wright served on the Coast of Syria in 1S40 (Medal). 

40 Colonel Morant served with the 63th Light Infantry the Eastern campaign to the Sth Nov. 1854, including 



5° War Seroices of tlie Coloitete. TVtAas jma 

the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sevastopol (-fracture; ?* rl S^ ^^ tl ^ a Turkish Medal) . Served 
de Camp to Brigadier General Shirley from 10th Sept 1855 j<^^™? ^,'S 1864 ; commanded the Drary 
in the New Zealand war in ,S6 4 -o6 ; cominandfld the ^"^^KLS of the 6Sth during the 
Military District from 8th April 1S64 to 13th Jan. 1865; ^"^^^X^ea and commanded a Column ot 200 
operations on the West Const in .S65 and 1806, including the act on-tK, ^^^™^ c Y ew phmiouth in Jan. 1866 whicn 
men in a skirmish near Whareroa ; commanded a field iorce a . M... . ■« ^ ? fi pi u rorce rMedal). 

co-operated in the dense forest inland of Mount Egmont in support ot Majoi General 

Appointed Aide de Camp to the Queen. 12th November 1870. f1 ., rin „ t he war in 1863-65, and was present at 

♦f Colonel Myth served with the 40th Regiment m New Zealand ^ dmin t&e 1 war 3 .3^ ^ ^^ (men . 

the battle of Rnngariri. the act ion of Wairoa, and commanded 300 men at the assault a 1 

tioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and .Medal). campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma, 

« Colonel Dunne served with the 21st Fusiliers the East a . ics urn .. -m o 11 54. = ^ th four 

Balakiava, and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopo , and »»ack °n the B ed f ^^^^^ the canipaign of i860 in 

Clasps, 5 th Class of the Med.Udie, and Turkish Meda ). Ser ed l * ith _t. ; , ;; Ke 1 in ^.^ ^ Konh Taku 

K^of^^ 

two guns under a heavy fire ; was present at the siege , and c ^,tm «-^; , j. M ' rah 

Oude and nllVur of Mohan, and commam led four L ompanu* .at ^'^de Force, and was 



V v i"»de Maior to the 2nd Brigade Oude Force, and wa, 
" l . a * :„"r •..!.: li,p e Medal with Clasp, and Brevet o! Major) 



Colonel Lyons served in the 20th Begiment in to™JJ»Kg«^ £S*)tat of Dhowraha, whence he 
marksmen of the Begiment in the actions of Chanda, Umejnpoie, buitanpore^, ^^ ^ ^^ of Luc know, the 
assisted in bringing away tw 
subsequent operations in On 

Fort of Simree, and action 01 nuxar uuai. ; >"•» "V"'*oi^,r Tenches Medal with Clasp, and Brevet 01 Major; 
present at the ca pturc ■ >f F. .rt Oohmrea (three times ^1°^/^^ staff prior to entering the 

P « Colonel A. J. H. Elliot served five years ^^^^S^RJ^l^Wm of Punniar (Bronze Star) ; 
Boyal Army, and was present with his regiment, the Sth Bet ■ ... n^ > , at t t_ Crimeall campaign from 

also in the Sutlej campaign, includmg the battle f/*^*W?3i battle of Balakiava (severely wounded), 
Oct. i.:,4to ,stApril,S 5 5^Aid L MlcCamnto General Scarlett iuou ^S^^ono^Honor. and Turkish Medal). 
and eie&of Sebastopol (Medal .with two ^^^f^J^^^^^^^Sh^^volbom^ov.xSss^ 

« Colonel Logan served with the 57th Begiment 111 the C nmea su M^eM« to the end of the war in 1861 (thanked in 
the end of the Campaign. Commanded the 57 tb Regiment m New Ze : dan « °^™bodv,whicm rushed 
geaenaordsreandnaSedrndespateli^),^^ 
and took the enemy's redoubt af the Kat.kara rtver on 4 th June ^SS^^aSSSK deluding the battles 

» Colonel Rowlands served the Eastern campaign of *B5£55_ ? » " sortieof -6th October, attack of the 
Ot Alma and Inkerman (severely wounded), siege and fall of & e *"*°f»yg f I 8 tn June and Sth September- 
Quarries on 7 th June and twice on the Rifle-pits, attacks oi the E lap on tte ^ ^ a ' h class 
wounded (Medal with three Clasps, Victoria Cross, Brevet of Major, Knight of the .Legion 01 
of the Medjidic, and Turkish Medal). ..,/-,- r „ m +t, ,0.1, Aiiv tSjc including the siesre and 
. !? Colonel Nason ^rved witt f^tt R^g^J* -^^ tbeRedaa 




including 

Goojerat, 

Clasps). 

nth and 14th Dec. !8 49 (Medal with Clasp), served in tne campaign en "«; l »^V'takto- of tte Heights before 

ing the actions on the Hindun of the 30th and 31st May, battle 01 Luolcc ^ s iai . t ^ " - , . Wh-bone broken 

Delhi on Sth June, subsequent siege operations to 1 6th August-severe gun-shot wound and lett tm n uon 

on 19th June (Brevet of Major. Medal with Clasp). . including the battle of 

"Colonel Drurv Lowe served with the 17th Lancers m the Crimea from 1 Sth June *S&™g««gi™ campaign 
the Tchern.ava, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish km Ateo the in tan 1 g 
of 1858-59, includml pursuit of rebel forces under Tantia Topee, and the action of Z""g>^£? deluding the 

w Colonel Harman served in the 34 th Regt. in the Crimea from 9 th Dec V 8 |4 *o«toJ u( yre 55, o 

siege of Sebastopol, capture of the Rifle Fits on 19th April, and ^^^rSSta Brevet of Major, 
assault of the Redan on the iSth June, when he received seven severe wounds W*^taS3twffi« of *«h 
5th Class of the Medjidie, and TurkiBh Medal . Served m the Indian campaign of ^;™2™ ml other 
27th and 28th November, with the Gwalior Contingent at Cawnpore, siege and capture 01 luckuow, a 
minor affairs in Oude (Medal with Clasp). . n„nrn.™ nf tVic uth Ee<nment on 

* Colonel Thomson was on board the Transport Sarah SanJ, with the Head «°«»™£™#~ The Conduct 
passage to India when that vessel was partially destroyed by fare at s ea ra tte 11th HovemBei ^7. 
of the Begiment on this oceaeion was the subject of a General order trom the Horse Guaius. »eiveu uu B 
Indian mutiny, including Lord Clyde's Campaign in Oude m iS = s- 5 q (Medal). dnrincr Sir Charles 

■ Colonel Oiborne served with a party of Volunteers attached to the bcinde Camd C n n s d nn, . 1 tna 
Napier's campaign nf r: A = a^nst the mountain and de-ert trU ,-s on :he righ^ i 1 ^Vv^Provi^ es of IndKnd 
Head Quarters Staff of the Azimghur Field Force during the can- ml- . < - i\- m the N.w . J 1 ' . 1 . . 

waspi^entatthe action of 6tt%ril before Azimghui- a, I . ".:, --=Wnt of **£%*£« ** ^j 

ir^^Kh'^yM^^ 

Brevet of Major). Commanded ,st Battalion 6th Begiment dnnnc the Hazara campaign ot *f ( S } '™ Q ^f^ 
expedition against the Black Mountain tribes on the Punjaub Frontier (mentioned 111 despatches, Meual witn 

C1 ~ S &oton e W.'Hackett served as D.A.Q M. General at Head Quarters aj™g^Crimean_w^,mchidb^thea^ 

Of Bulganac and M'Ke,.z:, ■ .. l-'arm. and battles of Alma, Inkerman. a,.d Balakiava and ^^J ^ Se !^ ^ d ° ^ ^ 
with four Clasps, Breve: or M a, , r .S.-.rdiniuu and Turkish Medals, and ;th Class ol the Med.pdu ) ■- ^1 w imi tnc 
44 th Regi • :,, _-n , ,f ,S6o in the north of China, including the action of Srnho, assault and capture 01 

the Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). , . , „„_ + „__ „f -npiht i n 18^7 

edasa Volunteer with the Field Force throughout the siege and capture ot ueim in ia D7 

'"'colonll Laurie'seiwed with the 4 th Regiment in the Crimean campaign from the 8th November ^854 uytil the 
evacuation of the Crimea, and was ,,ivsent at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, including the iem.M ot t. e two 
sorties on the a,l-. 1 1 frontof the Ovens on the 22nd and 23rd November mentioned 111 < I - 

attacks .a, i -: : 013 the . Sth June and on the Redan on the Sth September 1853 ,; he v, as .f^ 011 ' 1 .^ J , 

December 1854, an • --., ,■■ , -, :Meda! with Clasp., Turk-Mi Medal, and 5 th Class of the Med., (tie;, ant. 

in India duriiiL' tl:o ■ , -as Staff Gflicer of a Field Force in the Rewah Kantee district 111 10 jo 

"C.,l,,neK;.II.Pa-e,erVeliuthe ^Sth Regt. in New Zealand (Medall. and was present, at the sb.rniin- ot J^ms 
Pah nth Jan. , u i the Natives in a night attack on his post on the River Hutt, iMa sa&j ^""r.i 

I tteskirmiBhat T.iitai inth June, commanded a Detachment at the capture of the < hiel Le loii] ti.ma . - 

-, p,v>ent at the attack and repulse of the enemy OH the SI ■!! Cmeuts a ndst 01 ^ l ^» 

1 .nth.Mav: and in the action of the 19th July ,S 47 he directed a charge which repulsed tte eMmjl 

Served v.: ,m:,, subsequently to the fall of Sebastopol, from the 6th Dec. i8 53 , until tne 

withdrawal of the Army. . , ,. , f „„,*;«„ ™, ti,» 

'-' Colo,,el<:. k. i 1 vith the 8th Regt. at the sic-c of Delhi in 1857, including repulse .of sorties on me 

9tbi4tti8than<l 1-1 ihe storming party of tte ^^and Column of attack at the assault 01 *n« 

city (lircvet. of Major, M. ntnrilta* 

1 1 Dal el ■ d ::■■ .Ifa-tcrn campaign of iS^and the early part Ol 1S55 with the 2 ist j^usuicr.., 

includimrthe battles of Alma and I nke, man. ami siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet ot -Majo., 

kii '. .1 1 and Tnrl b Medal). . „ , . „,„,. 

,ved with the <8th Royal Irish throughout the campaign of 1S52-53 in Burmah, including 
the capture of Rangoon, capture of Prome.and other minor affairs (Medal with Clasp fdr Pegu)- ser\eci as 
Assistaiit Quarter Master General to tte expeditionary force ou the Eusufzai Frontier under Sir b. cotton in is a, 



War Services of the Colonels. 5 1 

and in the same capacity with the expeditionary force in the Wuzeeri country under Brigadier General Chamber- 
lain in Dec. 1S59 1 Medal with (Jlasp). 

66 Colonel Colvile served during the Indian mutiny campaign of 1S57-59, ana was present at the capture of 
Kirwee, and commanded three Companies 43rd Light Infantry at the subsequent 01 lerations iiiBundleeund, Central 
India, under Brigadier Carpenter (mentioned in despatches, Medal). Served in the New Zealand war in 1S64-65, 
and was present at the engagements of Maketu and Te Ranga, and at various operations in Taranaka. Very 
severely wounded on the 22nd Oct. 1865— right thigh-bone fractured (frequently mentioned in despatches and 
thanked in Genera] orders, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, CB. and Medal.) 

67 Colonel J. C. M'Neill served during the campaign of 1857-58 in India as Aide de Camp to Sir Edward Lngard 
during the siege and capture of Lucknow, engagement at Jaunpore, relief of Azimghur, and various operntio - at 
Jugdespore (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). In 1S61 proceeded with Sir Duncan Cameron to New Zealand 
as his Aide de Camp and served there until 1865 ; 'present at the engagements on the K'al ikara river, the Koevoa, Ran- 
gariri, the Gate Pah, and various other encounters with the natives (Brevet of Lt. Colonel, and was awarded the 
Victoria Cross " for valour and presence of mind" in saving the life of Private Vosper— Medal). Commanded the 
Tipperary Flying Column during the Fenian disturbances in the winter of i860 67, and was thanked by Lord 
Strathnairn in General orders for services rendered on that occasion. Served on the Staff of the Red' River 
Expedition from Canada under Sir Garnet Wolseley in 1870 {CUB.). Served as Colonel on the Staff and Second in 
Command of the Ashanti expedition under Sir Garnet Wolseley in 1S73 till very severely wounded on the 13th 
October m the attack of the village of Essanian (mentioned in despatches. CB., and Medal). Appointed Aide de 
Camp to H.R.H. the Commander in Chief in January 1874, and Equerry to the Queen on the nth August following 

66 Colonel Bowles served with the 63rd Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including the 
battles of Alma, Balaklava, and I nkcrman; siege assaults and fall of Sebastopol, expedition to Kertch, bombard- 
ment and capture of Kinbourn (Medal with four Clasps, sth Class of the Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). 

09 Colonel Parish served the Kaffir campaign of 1846-47 (Medal), and commanded a mixed force of Royal Artil- 
lery, Cape Mounted Rifles, two Companies of the 4 sth Regiment, and 900 Zulus, det iched from Natal in aid of the 
British Resident in the Sovereignty, South Africa, in 1851-52 (mentioned in despatches). Commanded the 45th 
Regiment m the Abyssinian campaign 111 1868, and was present at the s! rmfng and capture of Magdala (men- 
tioned in despatches, CB., and Medal). 

70 Colonel Rose served the Eastern campaign of 1S54 with the 30th Regt., including the battles of Alma and In- 
kerman (severely wounded), siege of Sebastopol and sortie of 26th Oct. (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major 
5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

71 Colonel E. Chippindall served with the 32nd Regiment during the latter part of the siege operations before 
Mooltan, and was present at the surrender of that fortress; also at the surrender of the Fort and garrison of 
Chemote, and at the battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Served throughout the Eastern campaign of 
1854-55 with the 19th Regiment, including the affair of Bulga.nak, battles of Alma and Inkerman, in the Trenches 
during the whole of the siege operations before Sebastopol, assaults of tie- It-dan >n the iSth June and Sth Septem- 
ber— wounded (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight . f C. !.-■ rion of Honour ,th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Commanded 1st Battalion 19th Regiment in the Hazara campaign of 1S6S 
including the expedition against the tribes on the Black Mountain (m, -Limned in Despatches CB , Medal 
with Clasp). 

71 t Sir Charles Knight Pearson served as Adjutant of the 31st Regt. in the Crimea from 3rd Sept. 1855, includin g the 
gege and fall of Sebastopol and attack of the 8th Sept. (Medal with Clasp, ;,nd Turkish Medal.) Served in the 
Zulu war of 1S79 in command of No. 1 Column, a force of all arms, which invaded Zululand bv the passage of the 
Lower Tugela. On the 22nd January he defeated in the action oflnveza.110 a Zulu force which in superior numbers 
had taken up position to overwhelm him at a formidable pass called Majia's Hill. He then advanced and formed 
the fortified post of Ekoweand held it while invested by the enemy for two months, after which the place was 
relieved by Lord Chelmsford, (KCMG). 

~- Colonel A. A. P. Browne served in Rajpootana during the rebellion from Ma v 1S57 to October 185S ; was present 
at the siege and capture of the fortified town of Ximbhaira, commanded the Flank Companies of the 12th Bombay 
Native Inlantry, and was also Line Adjutant at the defence of Neemuch. Present at the siege and capture Eotai 
(Medal with Clasp). 

73 Colonel Greaves served at Peshawar during the Indian mutiny in 1857-58. Served as Deputy Assistanf 
Adjutant General in the Eusofzye expedition of 1S58 under Sir Sydney Cotton (mentioned in despatch.! -. Medal 
-oz* Uas P'- Served m the war in New Zealand as D.A. Quarter Master General from January 1862 to January 
1866. Surveyed the Waikato River under circumstances of great difficulty and danger, and piloted up it the gun- 
boats .1 cow and P, oncer. Was present at nearly the whole of the engagements, and was repeatedly ment.oiied in 
despatches— mentioned as being "always conspicuous for energy and daring" (Brevets of Major and Lt.ColoneL 
and Medab. Served as Chief of the Staff of the Ashanti Expedition of 1S73-74, and was present at the battle of 
Amoaful, battle of Urdahsu and capture of Coomassie, including the minor ■ -,, -a ----moats ..n the road Mentioned 
in despatches by Sir Garnet Wolseley in the following terms:— " Colonel Greaves ass lined the duties of Chief of 
the Staff on the 17th December. His great knowledge of the army, his experience as a Staff Officer, the zeal and 
ability he brings to bear upon his work mark him out as eminently qualified :- :■ the po-t he occupied. He has 
rendered the most valuable assistance" (Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

n/ 4 £ olon ?J Haw , es , served the Sutlej campaign of 1S4S-46 with the oth Regiment, including the battles of 
JVLoodkee, ierozeshah, and Sobraon (.Medal and two Clasps). Also in the Crimea from the 27th Nov. 1854, including 
the siege and tall of Sebastopol. and assault on the batteries on the iSth June (.Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 
5th (Mass of the Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). 

7I > Colonel H Butler served with the , 7 th Regiment in the Crimea from 23rd Sept. 1854, including the battles of 
JJalaklava and Inkerman (earned the Colours after Lieut. Hague was killed), siege and fall of Sebastopol, assault 
01 the Redan 011 iSth June, and expedition to Kinbourn (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of tie 
Legion of Honor and Turkish Medal). Served in the New Zealand war in itm, ; also in that of 1863-65 (Brevet of 
Lt.Colonel, and Medal). 

I "Colonel Shade served with the 1st Dragoon Guards in the Crimean campaign from 10th Aug. 1855, including tho 
battle of the I cheruaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal).' Served also in tho 
campaign of i860 m China ; present at the fall of the Taku Forts, and engaged in the actions of iSth and 21st Sept. 
anil 111 the advance on Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

78 Colonel Bellairs was present with the Second Division throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-56, from 
the landing 111 Turkey to the evacuation of the Crimea, including the battles of Alma (as Adjutant of the joth Regt,) 
fi i?, k "' ma , n ("' h «'e he led into action a, Detached Wing of the 40th Regt.). siege and fall of Sebastopol, affair of 
the 26th October, attack of the Quarries on 7 th June, and of the Redan on the r':th June and Sth Sepiemln ,- n,,-;,. 
tionedm des],atehes "for distinguished conduct '). Appointed Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General in 
JJec. 1854, and Assistant Quarter Master General to the znd Division at the close of the campaign (Medal with 
tnree Clasps, brevet.it Major, Knight of the Lege at of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served 
as Deputy Adjutant and Quarter Master General throughout the Kaffir war of 1S7S. Commanded the combined 
forces on the Eastern Frontier from December to March during the Gaika rebellion (several times mentioned in 
despatches and CB). Served in the Zulu campaign of 1S79 as Deputy Adiut.-mt and Quarter Master General, and 
commanded the laager for the protection of the column train during the engagement at Ulundi (mentioned in 
despatches). 

"Colonel T Maunsell served in the 32nd Regt. throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, and was present 
at the first and second siege operations before Mooltan, including the attack on the enemy's position in front of the 



ipl in-, 



advanced trenches on the 12th Sept. 1S48 (slightly grazed by a bullet), the action of Soorjkoond, storm 
of the city (where he was personally engaged at one time with two Sikhs, one of whom 'he killed), and sur 
ot the fortress; afterwards present at the surrender of the Fort and garrison of Chemote, and at the battle of 
Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps) ; was severely wounded at Mooltan on the 21st Jan. 1849 by a splinter of shell on 
tne left shoulder and arm. Served the Eastern campaign of iS, 4 , and up to 20th Feb. 1855, in the 2SU1 Regt., 
including thebattles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol. during winch (having Volunteered) he com- 
manded the \ o.unteor Sharpshooters of the 3rd Division for 76 days until severely wounded (bullet through left 
arm, hone broken) on the 30th Dec, for which service he was honourably mentioned in division orders of 3rd Jan. 



52 War Services of the Colonels. 

1855 (Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian anil Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 
Served in India (Bombay Presidency) during the latter part of the Mutiny in 185S. Nominated CB. 29 May 75. 

so Colonel Drewe served with the 23rd Fusiliers the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including the battles of 
Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, attack of the Quarries, also attacks of the 18th June and 8th 
Sept.— wounded and mentioned in despatches (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of 
Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). 

81 Colonel the Hon. C. W. Thesiger acted as Orderly Officer to Brigadier Battle commanding the Cavalry Brigade 
during the campaign of 1S60 in China, and was present at the affairs of the 12th August, 18th and 21st Sept. and 
capture of lvkin (Medal with two Clasps). 

-- Colonel Hunter served in the 47th Regiment through nit the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including the battles 
of Alma and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopul, sortie of 26th Oct., and storming of the 
Quarries— wounded (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). . .«„..;, 

■''Colonel Bagot was in command of the Huntingdon Field Force to repel an incursion of Fenians into Canada 
in May 1S70. Eighteen hours after he left Montreal he fell upon them, strongly entrenched at Trout River, and 
.lrove'them across the frontier line, throwing away arms, accoutrements, clothing, &c. Lt. General the Hon. James 
Lindsay C m\ eyed his approbation of these operations in the following terms,—" The Lt. General recognizes that 
n your vigorous movements are due the speedy clearing of the Border and the return of a feeling of security to the 
inhabitants of the district." 

e! F F. Hamilton sewed with the 4th Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign 111 1S54-55, including 
the battles of Alma 1 wounded) and Inkerman, and the whole of the siege operations before Sebastopol until its 
fall (Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

" Colonel Brice served with the 17th Regiment in the Crimea from the 1st January 1855, including the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol, assaults of the Redan on the iSth June and 8th September, also at the bombardment and sur- 
render of Kinbourn (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

s6 Colonel G. F. C. Bray served in the Abyssinian campaign in 1S68 as Assistant Adjutant General of the 2nd 
Division (mentioned in Despatches, Brevet 'of Lt. Colonel, and Medal). 

3 ' Colonel F. Hardy served as Orderly Officer to Brigadier Russell at the second relief of Lucknovv, at the Alum- 
bagh, and at the siege and capture of Lucknow ; also present with the 84th Regiment at the relief of Azimghur and 
pursuit of Koer Sing (mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps . 

"•SirHenryBvelyn Wood entered the Navy inApril 1852, and served in the Naval Brigade'asAidc de Camp to Captain 
Peel from 1st Oct. 1854 to 18 June 1855, when he was severely wounded carrying up scaling-ladders to the Redan : 
mentioned in Lord Raglan's despatches (Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign of 1858 as Brigade Major in Somerset's Brigade, and 
was present atRajghur, Sindwaho (mentioned in General Michel's despatch), Kharee, and Barode— mentioned in 
despatches (Medal). Employed in 1859-60, whilecommanding 1st Regiment Beatson's Horse, in hunting down 
rebels in the Seronge Jungles; thanked by the Government of India for an attack made on a band in Dec. 1850, and 
gazetted to the Victoria Cross. Raised the 2nd Regiment Central India Horse. Accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley 
to the Gold Coast in September 1873 on special service, and' served throughout the Ashanti war of 1S73-74. Orga- 
nized the natives forming " Wood's" Regiment." Commanded the attacking force at the action ot Essaman (re- 
ceived the expression of Her Majesty's approbation). Commanded the troops at the head of the road following the 
enemy from Mansu to the river Praia prior to the arrival of the European troops, including the reconnaissance in 
force of the :7th November. Commanded the Right Column at the battle of Amoaful (slightly wounded); and com- 
manded the Head Quarter* of his regiment at the battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie (several times men- 
tioned in despatches, Brevet of Colonel, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

69 Colonel Hon. W. H. Herbert served with the 46th Regiment in the Crimea from the 31st July 1855, including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

90 Colonel Hon. B. M. Ward served the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to the 3rd May 1855 with the 47th 
Regiment, including the battle of Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, "and sortie of 26th October (Medal with two 
Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). 

91 Colonel St. George M. Nugent served with the 29th Regt. in the Sutlej campaign in 1846— severely wounded 
(Medal and Clasp), and was present at the battles of Ferozeshah and Sobraon. 

9i Colonel R. C. Stewart served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, was present at the storm and capture of 
Meangunge, and served as D. A. A. General to Sir Edward Lugard's Division — at the siege and capture of Lucknow 
in March 1858— severely wounded and horse wounded in three places (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, 
Medal with Clasp). 

93 Colonel Freer served as a volunteer with the 75th Regiment at the action of Budlee-ke-Seria on 8th June 1857, 
and in all the subsequent affairs in which that Regiment was engaged during the siege of Delhi. Commanded 
the " Stables " Piquet at the capture of four 9-pounders at " Ludlow Castle," on the 12th August ; was severely 
wounded near the Burn Bastion on the afternoon of the assault of Delhi (twice mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Major, Medal with Clasp) . 

94 Colonel Lambert served in the Sutlej campaign in 1826, and was present at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). 
Burmese war of 1852-53, including the relief of the garrison of Pegu on 14th Dec, operations in the vicinity, storm 
and re-capture of Belin (Medal). Served in the Indian N.W. Frontier war of 1863, and was present at the attack 
and capture of the Crag Piquet, the Conical Hill, and Umbeyla (Medal with Clasp). 

95 Colonel Sprot served with the Force under General Woodburn in the affair at Aurungabad in 1857 (Medal) ; 
afterwards served as acting Executive Engineer of the Rajpootana Field Force and received the commendation of 
General Roberts commanding, and of the Bombay Government, for his " great energy and ability" in the con- 
struction of barracks for the European troops at Neemuch. 

9B Colonel Hon. E. G. Curzon served in India during the Mutiny in 1S57-58 (Medal). 
_ 97 Colonel J. Miller served with the 10th Regt. in the Sutlej campaign in 1846, and was present at the battle of 
Sobraon (Medal). Served with the 3rd Dragoon Guards in the Abyssinian campaign, and commanded Cavalry 
outposts on the Bashilo river during the storming and capture of Magdala (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. 
Colonel, and Medal). 

99 Colonel Jarvis served with the 82nd Regt. throughout the Indian campaigns of 1857-59 ; was in temporary 
command ol three Companies during the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde ; present at the defeat of the Gwalior Con- 
tingent at C'awnpore on 6th Dec, action of Khoda gunge and' occupation of Futtehghur, capture of Bareillv, relief of ' 
.Shali.iehanpore Jail, and action of Khankur (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Commanded a battalion of 
Canadian ttinemen m the Red River Expedition of 1870 (CMG.) 

" Colonel Wiseman-Clarke served with the 93rd Highlanders the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 

battles of Alma and Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol. capture of Kertch and Yenikale (Medal with three 

< lasps, an. I 1 urkish Medal I. Also the Indian campaign of 1857-59, including relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, 

battle ol Cawnpore 011 Mb Dec, pursuit of the enemy and capture of their guns at Seraighat, action at Kallee 

Nnddie; taking ol Fnttehghnr, expedition to Mhow under Brigadier Hope, siege and capture of Lucknow (men- 

- . ivLugurd's. lespatches., ami subsequent affairs ending 111 the capture of Bareillv (Medal with twoClasps). 

< olonelMuldletun served with the 58th Regt. at the assault and capture of Kawiti's Pah, also during 1846-47 

m the ..,,„,]„ ,11 pun oi \,. w Zealand, including the repulse of the attack on Wanganui (mentioned in despatch) and. 

Mii.,equcnt atlau-s there (Medal). Served as a Volunteer during the Santhal rebellion in India. .Served in the Indian 

campaign oi 1857-58 ;— as Orderly Officer to General Franks in the action of Sultanpore, and subsequent affairs on 

the advance to Lucknow (three im.es mentioned iii despatches) ; as Aide de Camp to General Luard at the siege and 

j.ipturv 01 1. ii t -kiiow, and storming of the Martiniere, Banks' House, Begum's Kotee, and Moulvy's Mosque (men- 

■ -patch, and Brevet of Major); as Deputy Judge Advocate, and Aide de Camp to General Luard at the 

'ii.-i o A/.imgliurund acti mot .Ju. -de -pore (mentioned in despatch) ; as Brigade Major at the reduction of Dehayo: 
lirhol (mentioned 111 despatch), and other of the Oudo Forts, also at the surrender of Amethie (Medal with Clasp). 
i\: 1 1 ",,,-, ' .', x '","'';'' ■ , ■ , ' V( • ,I '" u '0 Crimea from 20th Dec. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
( ,!o ,"'"', , . P ' 1 " rklsl ' Ml ' ll:l1 ' IU "> 5th Class of the Medjidie). ^ 

I Olonel lb,,,, .lames C. Dormer served in the Crimea from 30th June 1855 as Adjutant to 13th Light Infantry, 
■ ' "'" '"' "■''"' :lt lhl -' Ml "-' ' ; ""l 'all of Sebastopol, and battle of the Tchernaya (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish 



War Services of the Colonels 



53 



(mentioned in despatches) ; was afterwards appointed Aide de Camp to Lord Clyde, and preset™ the actions 
dunng the Onde and Trans-Gogra campaign of 185S (mentioned in despatches. Medal, and Brevet of Ma or) Pro 
ceeded to China m i860 as Assistant Adjutant General to the Expeditionary F..rce, and was present thro, "hout the 
operations of that campaign, including the capture of the Taku Forts, advance on and eutrv int., Pekin InrZo ed 
to an Unattached Majority, Medal with two Clasps). J (promoted 

l8 1 2- C0 lMedal D ) M ' Mannin S ham-Buller served with the Rifle Brigade in the Kaffir war of 1846-47, and in that of 

la6 Colonel R H. Travers served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, and was present with the 10th Regiment- 
during the whole of the siege operations before Mooltan, action of Soorjkoond, and surrender of the fortress of 
Median; afterwards present at the battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). rortress ot 

i<» Colonel 1 Blackett served the Eastern campaign of 1854 with the 93rd Highlanders and that of 18 « with the 
Coldstream Guards including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, siege and fall „f Sel.astopol (Mwlal with three 
Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal) . P V-^euai with three 

7 C ^°, nel , R - B - Chichester served in the mutiny in India in 1857-58, and was present when the 81st Regiment 
rmder Colonel Renny, disarm.,! at Mean Meer one Regiment of Native Cava Irv and three Regiments tf Native' 
Infantry, all disaffectedand ripe for mutiny (Medal). Served in the Afghan war of ,S,8- 9 with the Khyber Column 
and commanded the 81st Regiment at the capture of Ali Musjid (OB) J^yoer toliimn, 

e. !l°o°i 0n ^ C - A ; S' G T ordon served as a volunteer at the first attack upon Mooltan, and with the 1st Battalion 
60th Rifles through the Punjaub campaign in ^48-49, including the siege of Mooltan and battle of Goo m Mb 

($<££$ ZkE^ T^lsh' ,Ieg ant General ^ th6 TUrklSh ° 0ntlDSent fT ° m JUne *« ^ffS! 

"1 Colonel Jordan sen-, d with the 34th Regiment in the Crimea from Feb. to gth July 1855, includino-thesiecre n f 

I^Tk 80 ^ T° fthe 2 - 1 " 1 i , Ian ' 1 '' c ? 1, J u , re fAthe Rlfl e-Pits I9 th April, sortie of 9 th Mav, and ^Z t of the 

R /il an ll ? n 1 * h J e - l8 o h June - severely wounded mentioned indespatches. Medal with Clasp, brevet „f Mi , , ■ -th , 1 « 

Force during the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde; with the 53rd at the relief of'cawnpo e on 2 oth NoT^sf 7 
action there on the 6th December, and pursuit of the Gwalior Contingent to Serai Ghat action of KiH Xu ddlr 
and occupation of Futtel,,,,ur.atra 1 r of Shumshabad, storm and capture of Mo;„,,„„, , e-e of Lucknow as 
^ s ^CamptoGeneralMansfield( S everely wounded), with the 53rd during the hot w^athe/camp^gn m Oute 
T^ a 5 fi ',1 , ?, the - paSSa?e Qf the G ° omtee ««»d occupation of Sultanpore ; as Aide de Camp to sir William 

Mansfield during the winter campaign of 1858-59, including that in the Baiswara conntrv and acton at Dhoondea 

KS^lJtS^WoSrfflS^SJlffi minor affairsand thc final acWouthe b^.12SSS2S 

«*r? t l0 , nel "^ llson served with the 55th Regiment in the Crimea, subsequent to the fall of Sebastopol from the 

&!^^l8 5 ^^&£$>? 1uaa * war - Mso on the Bh00tan espe(lltion ' taM «w 3SS5KS 

an^T^st^ 

and surrender of Kmbonrn (Hrev, t of Major, Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the M.,lji lie, a, IT rk h & 

»« Colonel Gough served with the 3rd Light, Dragoons throughout the Punjaub campaign • ts,8 fq inc u in- 
the action of Rainnuggur, passage of the Chenab, battles of Sadoolapore, Chilliaiiwallah, and Un 4a™ 1 Medal 
with two Clasps) Served w,th the 12th Lancers throughout the Kaffir war of 1S51-53 (Medal) and was, resent 
fV^rSi^^P ?' Ending the action of Berea, where he commanded the Detachments o f C vail y with ^r 

|M*^^(£sj^^^j[ssBag^ of Tchemaya > and operatioiis "SawsftoSt 

♦1,0 w°f,° nel P ?; J - Buc ; b , al f n served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Adjutant of the 47 th Regiment including 
thebattlesof Alma and Inkerman, sortie of 26th Oct., siegeand fall of Seb^t.pol-appom eil Town Ma ior (Me HI 
with three Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals. 5 th Class of the Medjidie). Commanded fj 1 { lu of the 
Fn des?atche U s° Bngadier General Ross a ^ ainst the Afreedees on the North West Frontier in 1877-8 (mentioned 
" 9 Colonel Hon. C. J. Addington served in the 38th Regiment the Eastern campaign of 18,4 and un to -6tb r,,^ 
^ J une-eeverely wounded Medal with three Clasps, jthClassot me Mod.,, die. and Turkish Medal) Servedinthe 

: u£»°£W S.SX5 1 Sr^S H ^»i ta Crimea from the i4th July ^ iacl ^ 

.. t>1 " ^lonel Chaplin served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 with the 3rd Light Dragoons, and was present in 
the affair of Ramnuggur, .passage of the Chenab atWuzeerabad on the 1st Dec. 1S4S with the f, re. ,, s rTns ' 

'Thackwell, and battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwallah, and Goojerat (Medal u-,rl, two Hasps )* Sir Joseph 
tJh.% fBul" aeT r e t thS Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Adjutant of the 5 th Dragoon Guards including 
Medat) Balaklava ' Inkeman . ancl Tchernaya, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish 

I P Colonel Dunham Massy served at the latter part of the siege of Sebastopol, was under fire at the battle of th» 

Tchernaya, and commanded the Grenadiers of the toth liegt. at, the ult of tlie l;,,l;„ , '' < , \- , v! 

jwith minor injuries he was dangerously wounded by a ball which i.asse.l tlm.n„i, l.ii i.a, V,., , r , u^T^. e P^ heiQ 
the hands of the enemy tl 
'hief in tww rTl Uim n ltJ l theh ' P ris g n f s. Was recommended in a special despatch by thTCommlnuer in 
f m *5f > ? r ?' - M!U fy at the Redan, his fortitude, and the patient end,,,-!,, ice with which he bore his 

ere suffering during a confinement to Ins camp stretcher of nearly >,M„o,irl,s (oron.ou,! Cant:, M ,], ■', 



Be mgle t on the ground, he fell into the hands of the enemy the ensuing nigh,, wli,, s i, 1 i e . ' 

E, iu ^d rv°l rem f° V ? him ^ f ^eir prisoner s. Was recommended in a special de^a'teh '- the ., imTmler ii 
:™Jf " m 9 a 'V 1 ' '»* u-allaiiti-y at the Redan, his fortitude, and the patient end,,, ' , nee with which he bore his 

fhfsie^d MZSTfiS ^ e c!£r ° f ° handa ' UmeerPOTe ' aUd SUltLl? ° re ' a ^eVwa d ds'at 
keaaij° l0nel Wynn<3 Sel ' Ved at thS 6iea:e and faU 0f Sebast °P 01 from 2 9tb July ,855 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish 
K» Colol ? el Welman commanded a Detachment of the Soth Regiment embarked in the private schooner Ariel 
Itthe capture by surprise of the piratical schooner Hann„h in a harbour „ir the Mereurv Isl, s i, "de "th Oct 
inlton 1 " W He C serv P r ? C H ^i 1 »> e . thanks P f the Governor of New Zealand, and the a,, r ,rebItLn of the DuL of We b 

!« Brigadier GeneralH F. Brooke landed with the 48th Regiment in the Crimea on the 21st April i8« and served 
860 In C g htr C U a A-^ Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served throu, !,,, , , „: ;™ 
&ftofth^T»V^ n e i Ie A a " 11 ^ t,, s?!rR " be T t Napier, and was present at the actions of Sinlio and Tan|ku the 
KwithtwoaafpT (severel y woundecl ^ andt be final advance on and surrender of Pekin (Brevet of Major! 

!dudwKa^Hi M 'fi'r dtlie 1 E 1 aS , te , r ? cam P a |^ of 1854 and early part of rt 5S with the 79 th Highlanders in- 

S?ti r aDd Ba,aklnv:1 ' : "" 1 «ege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish" Medab 

he hr d l e Iud ' a , ca - m V^Sn of 1858-59, including the siege and capture of Lucknow-se e ,'elv won nd, Itl'rr e h 

no R^tL preSent ;' ,S " :,r th 'V-:'bture of Rampore Russia, and subsequent operations inMea™theft^ 
md Raptee rivers (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). S 



54 



War Services of the Colonels. 



— Colonel J Wilkinson sewed with a Detachment consisting of 200 of the 15th Regiment and Ceylon Rifles, 
under Captain Lillie, in defeating the insurgents at Matole on the 29th July 1S48 during the rebellion in the Candian 

r m rofonel E^v'sawent served with the 18th Roval Irish on the China expedition (Medal), and was present at 
Woosuii" Shanghai Chin Kiansr Foo, and Nankin. Was subsequently Aide de Camp to Sir John Davis in China for 
three year* and aetite- Vide del 'amp to General D'Aguilar during the expedition winch assaulted and took the Forts 
of the'Booea Tigris in the Canton River; received a severe contusion on the head, and was favourably recommended 
liv Sir John Davis to Lord Falmerston for his services on this occasion. Was appointed Adjutant of the i3th at the 
storming of Rangoon on Lieut, and Adjutant Doran being killed, and sewed throughout the Burmese war of 1852-53 

10 Colonel W H- Hawley served with the 14th Regiment in the Crimea from the 10th January 1855, including the 
sie^e and fall of Sebastopol, and assault of the iSth June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 
">"• Colonel \ L Arueslev served with the nth Hussars in the Crimea from 29th July 1855, including the siege 
-and fall of Sevastopol (Medal and Clasp, and Turkish Medal^ • v. '. 

iel Beresf' ird served with the 72nd Highlanders 111 the Crimea from 2Sth May 1855, including the expedition 
to Kertch sice and fall of Sebastopol, and attack of the 18th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Sewed 
throughout the operations in Central India and pursuit of the rebel forces under Tantia Topee and Rao Sahib in 

?m colonel H. H. Steward sewed with the 2nd Dragoon Guards in the Indian campaign, and was present at the 
affair of Hawaii, and Trans-GoL-ra affairs at Bungaon (Medal). 

i*° Colonel H 0. Wilkinson served with the 95th Regiment in the Indian campaign of 1S58, and was present at the 
sice and capture of Awah, siege assault and capture of Kotah, battle of Kotakeserai, general action resulting in 
the capture of Gwaliur. assault and capture of Rowa, siege and capture of Pouree, battle of Beejapore, and affair 
Koondry (Medal with Clasp). . ,. • . 

i«i Colonel Parsons served in the Burmese war of 1S52-53, including the storm and recapture of Pegu on 21st Nov., 
relief of its «arrison on 14th Dec. 1852, and operations in the vicinity (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Was attached 
to the 64th Regiment at the defence of Cawnpore under General Windham in Nov. 1857, and was dangerously 
wounded (Medal). Served in the Indian N.W. Frontier war of 1863, and was present at the attack and capture of 
the Crag Piquet, the Conical Hill, and Umbeyla (Medal with Clasp). 

'*- Brigadier General Jebb served with the 23rd Fusiliers in the Crimea, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Commanded a detachment of the 67th Regiment which marched in 
January 1S62 from Tientsin to Niu-Chuang, a distance of 350 miles, for the protection of the British community at 
that port, when closed by the ice, from the depredations of the Ma-tardzer robbers. 

>« Colonel Lork served in the 50th Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles 
of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol. Appointed D.A.Q.M. General at Head Quarters in Nov. 1855, 
and served in that cat .acitv till the evacuation of the Crimea (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of 
the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served also the several campaigns in New 
Zealand from 27th Jan. i&5\ to 1866, including the actions at Rangiaohia, Nukumaru (mentioned in despatches), 
and Kakaramea —in command of the 50th Regt. (Medal). 

1 " Colonel Warren served with the Rifle Brigade in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Alma 
and Siege of Sebastopo] (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
Sewed with the 2nd Battalion during the whole of its service in the suppression of the Indian mutiny, including the 
actions at Cawnpore and capture of Lucknow (Medal with Clasp). Embarked for the Gold Coast in command of 
the 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade and served throughout the second phase of the Ashanti war, in 1874, including the 
battle of Amoaful, battles of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie (several times mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal 
with Clasp). 

145 Colonel Vacher served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, with the 33rd Regiment in the campaign 
of 1854 until November, when he was appointed Assistant Engineer, right attack, and sewed in the Trenches until 
February 1855, when he was transferred to the General Staff, and held the appointment of D.A.Q.M. General at 
Head Quarters during the remainder of the war, and present at the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, 
and Turkish Medal). 

1 46 Colonel J. H. Rocke sewed with the 2nd Queen's Royals in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). Seived with 
the 18th Royal Irish in the New Zealand war of 1863-66 ; commanded a Wing of the 2nd Battalion at the affairs at 
Nukumaru on 25th and 26th Jan. 1S65 (mentioned in despatches) ; and commanded the 2nd Battalion at the capture 
of the Putahi Pah on the 7th Jan. 1S66 (mentioned in general orders, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

14 " Colonel Hutton served with the 31st Regiment throughout the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the battles 
of Moodkee, Ferozeshah (wounded), Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Sobraon (Medal with three Clasps). Served in the 
Crimea in 1855 during the siege and at the fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

148 Colonel R. Mockler served with the 64th Regiment in the Persian campaign of 1856-57, including the storm 
and capture of Reshire, surrender of Bushire. and night attack and battle of Kooshab — severely wounded by 
round-shot (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Indian campaign of 1S57-58, including the actions of Kalee Nuddee 
and Kerkeroulie, Bareilly, Shahjehanpore, Bunnai, and Mohomdie (Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

119 Colonel W. H. Kerr served in the Indian campaign and commanded the Left Wing 13th Light Infantry in a 
general action at Amorah on 17th April 1858, also on 25th April he commanded 150 men in an action before the same* 
place ; on 29th April commanded the Left Wing 13th Light infantry at the attack and capture of the Fort of Nuggur 
(mentioned in despatches) ; and on 9th June at the attack of the rebels' position at Amorah; and was at Hurriah 
when attacked by the rebels on 29th Augusi (Brevet of Major, and Medal). 
>-° Colonel Dick'ins served with the 20th Regiment in the Crimea from the 26th January 1855, including the siege and 
- . stopol ; wasalso present at the capture of Kinbourn (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, and was present at the actions of Chanda, Umeerpore, and Sultan- 
pore, siege and capture of Lucknow, subsequent operations in Oude, and affair of Meangunge- mentioned in. 
despatches (Brevet of Major, Medal with Claspj. 

nel A. Tisdall was engaged in frequent affairs with the mutineers in the Shahabad district, their dispersion 
from Jugdespore, and pursuit into the Rotas Hills, where he commanded the 35th Regiment in a successful night- 
surprise of the enemy on the 24th Nov. 1858 (Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

' 't I lolonel R. < '. Whitehead served with the 97th Regiment in the Crimea from the 20th Nov. 1854, including the 
i tall of Sebastopol, and was of the storming party at the assault of the Redan on the 8th September — men-, 
despatches for " distiiigmshedeonduct" (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
'" Colonel Swindle; served with the 12th Lancers in the Kaffir war of 1S52-53 (Medal), and was at the action of; 
theBere.i. Also the Eastern campaign from 9th May-1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, operations near 
Eupatoria under General D'AllonviDe, and commanded General Simpson's escort in the Crimea (Medal with Clasp 1 
ana Turkish Medal). Also the Cndian campaign of 1858-59 with the Saugor and Nerbudda field force, including the". 
i ■<•, Kubrai, and Banda (Medal), 
el Garden served with the 77th Regt. in the Crimea from the 27thDec. 1S54, including the siege and fall of 
1 QSl ■'■ itb I 'la -i'. aii d Turkish Medal). Served with the 5th Fusiliers in the Indian campaign in 1S57- 
58, including the defence of the Alumbagh in Oct. and Nov., relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, defence of the Alum- 
bagh by Outram, oapture of Lucknow, and campaign in Oude (Medal with two Clasps, and grant of a year's service! 
• Col nel W. P. Collingwood served with the 37th Regiment in the rebellion of 1848 in Ceylon. Sewed with the 
n »i the Crimea from tith July 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol; also the expedition to ' 
Kn b mm (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) ; from Nov. 1855 to Nov. 1856 he commanded a Battalion of the j 
J.ttnd Transport Corps. Commanded the troops on board the Spartan steamer when wrecked on ths Dog Rocks, 
<'iaH ol Ati iea, on 5th duly 1850, on returning from the Crimea, and for his services throughout this trying occa- 
ceived the Hrovet rank of Major— Lord Panmure, the War Minister, expressing biB approbation,* as did 
■ -" II l!H. the Con. mamler in Chief, of the conduct of the officers and men, as being highly honourable to them; 
el M'Murdo, Director General of the Land Transport Corps, in a general order,' " desired to express to 
• .Ihngsvood and t '-j.se he commanded the pride he felt in transmitting for the information of H.R.H. the 

ndl r 11. ''I. a if, tl ' riven Of the high courage and discipline which animated all ranks on that fearful 

night, and which were rewardod by the safe rescue of all from their perilous situation." 



' War Services of the Colonels. 55 - f )i; 

137 Colonel C. Blewitt served with the 65th Regiment in the New Zealand war of 1863-65 (mentioned in 
despatches, Medal). 

153 Colonel T. L. Hell served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 in the 28th Regiment, including the battles of Alma 
and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and affair in the Cemetery (Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian and 
Turkish Medals). Served as Major of the 6th Regiment iu the Hazara* campaign of 1S6S, including the subsequent 
operations in the Black Mountain (Medal with Clasp.) 

1C0 Colonel J. Thompson served throughout the campaign of i860 in China, including the actions of the 3rd 12th 
and 14th August, iSth and 21st Sept. (Medal with two Clasps). 

161 Colonel G. F. de Berry served with the 24th Regt. in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-40. including the passage of 
the Chenab, and battles of Sadoolapore, Chiltianwallah (slightly wounded), and Goojeral ( .Medal with two Clasp3). 
Served in India during the mutiny of 1857-5S ; commanded the Btation of Murree (Punjaub) when attacked by 
hillmen on the night of 1st Sept. 1857, and during proceedings of the three following days. In Nov. 1857 raised, 
under orders of Sir John Lawrence, at Lahore a Battalion of Sikhs 1200 strong, and proceeded to North-Western 
Provinces with it in Jan. 1858: was attached to Maxwell's Column and present at engagements at Ooryah and 
Sheerghurghal and at the taking of Calpee (Medal with Clasp for Central India). 

162 Colonel R. B. Montgomery served in the Crimea from 30th June 1855, including the battle of the Tchernaya, 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

163 Colonel E. H. Foster served in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). 

161 Colonel A. E. A. Ellis served with the 33rd Regiment at the siege of Sebastopol from Jan. to 24th May 1S55 ; 
then as Aide de Camp to Major General Cunynghame at Kertch and elsewhere (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian and 
Turkish Medals). 

165 Colonel C. M. Cotton served the Gwalior campaign of 1843-44, including the battle of Maharajpore (Bronze 
Star). 

168 Colonel E. W. Blackett served with the Rifle Brigade the Eastern campaign of 1854. and up to 26th July 1855 ; and 
commanded a ladder-party at the attack of the Redan on the i3th June and was dangerously wounded — left leg 
amputated (Medal with Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

170 Colonel T. F. Lloyd served with the force under Brigadier General Chamberlain attached to the 6th Punjaub 
Infantry against the ilahsood Wuzerees during March, April, and May 1S60, and wa.s present at the action of 
Poluseen, forcing the Burrarrah Pass, taking and burning of their stronghold Makin, and various minor affairs 
(Medal with Clasp). 

' 71 Colonel H. P. Montgomery served with the 60th Rifles in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). 

,Ti Colonel J. de Montmorency was present with the 59th Regiment at the operations before and capture of Canton, 
in 1857 (Medal with Clasp). 

174 Colonel E. L. Dillon served with the 18th Royal Irish in the Crimean campaign from the 30th Dec. 185.1, 
including the siege and fall of Sebastopol ; volunteered to rescue Irom under a heavy lire of grape shell and 
musketry seven wounded men who were in the advanced house at the attack of the Cemetery and suburbs of 
Sebastopol on the 18th June 1S55, and succeeded in doing so (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

17i Colonel G. F. Herbert served with the 31st liegt. in the Crimea from 22nd May 1855, including the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol, and attacks of the 18th June and Sth September, and was wounded during the bombardment of 
17th June while employed as an Assistant Engineer in throwing up an entrenchment iu the 8-gun Battery, light 
attack (Medal with < Hasp, and Turkish Medal). 

177 Colonel C. FitzGerald served with the 49th Regiment in the Crimea from the 14th Nov. 1S54, including the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol, capture of the Quarries with the storming party, and assaults of the Redan on the 
18th June and Sth September (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

178 Colonel R. J. Hughes has the 4th Class of the Medjidie for service with the late Turkish Contingent, and the 
Turkish Medal. 

179 Colonel R. R. Gillespie served throughout the Persian campaign of 1856-57, including the storm and capture 
of Reshire, surrender of Bushire, expedition to Borazjoon, and battle of Koushab (Medal with Clasp). 

181 Colonel A. H. Stephens served with the Rifle Brigade from 23rd Jan. to 12th April 1855, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also during the Indian" campaignof 1857-58, 
including the siege and capture of Lucknow, battle of Nawabgunge, action of Sundella, and taking of Fort Birwah 
(Medal with Clasp). Embarked for the Gold Coast with the 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade, and served throughout the 
second phase of the Ashanti war, iu 1874, including the battle of Amontul Slightly wounded), battle of Ordahsu 
and capture of Coomassie (mentioned iu despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Me lal with Clasp). 

183 Colonel H. Marshall served in the Crimea with the 17th Lancers, subsequent to the tall of Sebastopol, from the 
15th Sept. 1855 until April 1856. Also in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1857-59, including the pursuit of Tantia 
Topee. 

185 Sir Owen Tudor Burne served in the Crimea with the 20th Regt. subsequent to the fall of Sebastopol, from the 
14th March 1856. Also in the Indian mutiny campaign of 1857-58 as Adjutant, of the 2. .t.h Regiment and also Bri- 
gade Major on the Staff of Brigadier Evelcgh.and was present at the actions of Chanda, Umeerpore, and Sultanpore, 
siege and capture of Lucknow, actions of Mohan, Meeangunge, Poorwah, Hussungunge, Morar Mow, Fort of 
Simree, Fort Churda and Fort Musjeedia, Mncbleegaon. Kaber Jungles, Fort Dooraha, aud final operations in 
Oudeini859 (several times mentioned in despatches, promoted to an Unattached Companv, and Brevet of Major 
for services in the field, Medal with Clasp). Appointed in 1861 Military Secretary to Lord Strathnairn, Commander 
in Chief in India. Accompanied Lord Strathnairn to England iu 1865, and remained on his Staff when Com- 
mander of the Forces in Ireland. Present during the Fenian disturbances in 1866-67 (received the thanks of the 
authorities in Ireland). Proceeded to India in 1868 with the late Earl of Mayo, Viaeroy and Governor General, and 
served with him as Private Secretary until his assassination in 1872 (received the thanks of Government for his 
service-, promoted to an Unarm n. o Maj..:it\ , and appointed a CSI.). 

187 Colonel H. W. J. Trent served with the 68th Light Infantry throughout the New Zealand war in 1864-66, was 
present at the assault on the Gate Pah (im ; ■■ ,:■ ■■ ,-!> i, :m I ac: -\ as a regimental Major in the action of 
TeRanga, and severely wounded in right wrist while leading two Companies of the 63th into the 'leftof the enemy's 
rifle-pits (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal) 

1 88 Colonel John Hume served with the 55th Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1S54, and from the 24th Jan. to the 
22nd Sept. 1855, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman. siege and fall of Sebastopol, repulse of the sortie of 
26th October, assaults of the Redan on the i3th June and Sth Sept. — severely wounded, and mentioned in despatches 
(Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal) . Served also on the Bhootan expe- 
dition, including recapture of Dewangiri in 1S65 (Medal with Clasp). 

,9D Colonel W. Mussenden served the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55 with the Sth Hussars, including the battles of 
Alma, Balaklava (horse shot), Inkerman, and Tchernaya, affairs of Bulganak and M'Kenzie's Farm, and siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in Rajpootana in 
1858-59, and was present at the capture of Kotah and battle of Kotaria (Medal with Clasp). 

19 ' Lt.Colonel C. J. East served with the 82nd Regiment in the Crimea from the 2nd September 1055, and was 
present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp and Turkish Medal). Also in the Indian campaign 
*~ 1857, and was severely wounded at Cawnpore on the 26th November (Medal). When belonging to the 41st 
;t. served as Assistant Quarter Master General with the Chittagong column of the Lushai Expeditionary Force 
871-72 (mentioned in despatches, received the thanks of the Governor-General in Council, Medal with Clasp, and 
Brevet of Major). 



62-65 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



CORNET, 
2nd LIEUT. 
OTENSIGN. 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



MAJOR. 



HALF PAY. 



William Leader Maberlv, Zr.CoZ. Unatt 23 Mar. 15' 14 May iS 19 May 25 30 Dee. 26) 9 Mar. 32 

Tyrrell Matthias Byrne', 1 Major, Unatt 30 June 24 23 Mar. 26.16 June 43 20 June 54 26 Dec. 5025 Sept. 57 

Richard Francis Waldo Sibthorp, 3 Major, Unatt. ... 20 Sept. 39 1 10 Sept.41 5 Mar. 47 2 Nov. 55 26 Dec. 5631 July 57 

Richard Blackwood-Price, IJ.Col. h.'p. R. Artillery. 18 June 36 n Dec. 38,13 Apr. 46 1 i2 6 May 57 21 Aug. S7 

Bon. Fenton John Evans Freke, Captain, Unatt 1 24 Nov. 35 24 Mar. 37 28 May 42,20 June 54' 13 Dec. 59! 4 Feb. 59 

Geo B C Cresvi^ny,Capt.PaymasterSchoolof Musketry 29 Jan. 36 30 July 39 17 June 42 20 June 54 26 Dec. 59 

Henry Dalton Smart, Captain, Unatt I31 Dec. 3325 Aug. 37 8 Jan. 43 20 June 54I n Apr. 60 

Thos. Robt. Hav Drummond Hay, 5 Capt. h. p. 78 F. 2 Aug. 39; 5 Nov. 41 .17 Nov. 48^9 Jan. 58 29 Jan. 61 

Andrew Kmit/Major, Unattached |22 Feb. 40 15 June 42 25 Aug. 4612 Dec. 54 23 Mar. 61 

Lachlan Hector Gilbert Maclean," J/.//W,Unattached 26 Dec. 34 31 Aug. 3S 25 Feb. 48 22 Dec. 54 

Geo. Grant Gordon,* Capt. fZt.Col. h.p. Scots Gds. 13 Feb. 5226 Dec. 

Andrew Aytoun, 10 Lt. Colonel, h.p. Royal Artillery! 9 June 43 3 July 45 27 Apr. . 
RichardOlWerFrancisSteward.'-JI/ri/W, Unattached 29 Sept.43 26 Sept.451 7 June 50] 9 Sept. 55 

Edwin Maude, 13 Lt. Colonel, h.p. 109 Foot I t Feb. 44 14 Jan. 46,15 Sept.55 30 July 62 

Samuel Haekett," Major, Unattached '20 Oct. 43 3 Dec. 47J31 Dec. 52 2 Nov. 55 

Thos Edw. Reunion, 15 Lt.Col. h.p. Royal Artillery...: 11 June 42 3 July 45 11 June 57-19 Jan. 58 

George Williams Knox, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Scots Gds....| J19 Jan. 55J25 Sept.57[ 

Hon. Walter R. Tr. " ' 



Matthew Jones 
Sir Geo. Francis 
Leopold Griinst' 
Lt.Col. Comma 
Charles Cooch, . 
Godfrey James 
Arthur Lambtoi 



> Lt.Col. Scots Gds.,. I \ 9 Feb. 55 2 Feb. 58 

6 Major, Unattached 114 July 41 20 Aug. 42 6 June54J 2 Nov. 55 

Pocoek, -Bar.. "J/K/.Unatt.j 15 Dec. 48' 5 Oct. 49 4 Aug. 54 2 Nov. 

:m;i-^^M^a ; r Dec - ^r 0ct - « 3 Feb - 52 - 12 Jan - 64 

att. Gent, at Arms 21 Aug. 4925 June 52 29 Dec. 54 2 Nov. 55 

.Sr Lt. Col. Coldst. Gds. | 3 Aug. 54I 14 Feb. 56 



Aug. 



15 Feb. 56 



8 Jan. 47,11 Nov. 51 

"1 15 June 55 24 June 59 

1 18 Jan. 55! 13 May 59 

20 July 55,29 July 59 

23 Mar. 47 20 Oct. 48 16 Dec. 53 29 Apr. 56 



22 May 4 
19 June 44 



o Dec. 45 
, 1 Apr. 46 
15 Mar. 39 23 Oct. 41 
14 Feb. 45! 2 July 47 
19 Dec. 48, 8 Jan. 49 

13 Feb. 55 

23 Apr. 47! 1 1 Nov. 51 

9 Feb. 55 



j2i Sept.55 

28 Dec. 32 9 Apr. 3S 

29 Apr. 37' 11 May 38 
15 Oct. 50J 5 Jan. 55 

4 July 45 — 
1 May 46 
7 July 42 
1 Aug, 



1 June 41 
m Feb. 50 
9 Mar. 41 
6 Aug. 46 
4 July 54 



10 May 43 
7 Jan. 42 



. Aug. 46 j 24 Dec. 52 
9 Nov. 46:17 Feb. 54 



. Col. Coldstream Guards 
D.Cape j 
Lewis Guy Phillips, Capt. 4 : Lt.Col. Grenadier Gds. 
Lord Wm. F. E. Seymour, Capt. Sr Lt.Col. Colds. Gds 
John Julius Johnstone. < ''apt. a- Lt. Col. Grenadier Gds 

James Owen Bovill.-' Major, halt' pay, 6 Foot 

Hercules Walker-Mvln,-- Lt.Col. h.p. Rifle Brigade 
Robert Einilius F. Craufurd,- 3 Capt. h.p. R. Artillery 
Thomas Beckwith Speedy, Captain, Unattached, ( 

Secretary Royal Hibernian School j 

AVilliam James Gillum, 2b Major, Unattached 

George Alderson Milman, 2 " Lt.Col. h.p. Royal Art .. 
Edw.StrellevP.Burnell,C<yjf.4-i^.Co/.ColdstreamGds 
Alexander James John Macdonald. 3 " ('apt. Unatt. ... 
Reginald John Manningham-Buller, Capt. and\ 

Lt.Col. Grenadier Guards $ 

Frederick Palmer, Capt. <f Lt.Col. Scots Gds 

Bon. Emelius J. Weld Forester, 31 Capt. Unattached 
Stanhope Mason Gildea, Major, Unattached.... 

John Edmonstoune. Major, 32 Foot 

Keith Ramsay Maitland," Lt.Col. h.p. 79 Foot 
Archibald Mottcux Calvert, Lt.Col. h.p. R. Artillery 
Thomas Valentine Cooke, Captain, h. p. Royal} 

Marines, Barrack Master, Plymouth Division j 

Charles Wm. Meadowes Payne, Captain, Unattached 
Edw. Smith Bridges, Capt. f Lt. Col. Grenadier Gds. 
Charles Edward Stuart Glei'g, Capt. h. p. 14 Foot ... 
F. Edw. Archibald Chamier, Zt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 

Godfrey Rhodes, 40 Major, Unattached 

George Harrison Ann Forbes, Lt. Col. h.p. R. Artillery 
FitzRoy W T m. Fremantle, Capt. 4r Lt.Col. Coldst. Gds. 
F. C. Manningham-Buller, Capt. it Lt.Col. Colds. Gds. 
c. Sydney Darling," Lt.Col. h.p. 9 Foot; A.A. 4r\ 

Q.M. Gen. Dublin Itecruitiiit/ District J 

Richard Hill Rocke, 42 Lt.Col. h.p. 2 Foot 

Charles Sutherland Dowson, 44 Lt.Col. h.p. 10 Foot ... 
Fitzroy George Smith, Major, h.p. 7 DragoonGuards 

John Hudson, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Edw. G. H., Viscount Hinchinbroke, Capt. 3c Lt.Col. \ 

Grenadier Guards j 

¥£ Henry Edward Jerome, 4 " Major, h..-p. 62 Foot ; \ 

Fort Major, Guernsey S 

Thomas Samuel Poer Field, '- .U.//oj-,h.p. R. Artillery 

H. H. D. Stracey. Capt, 4- Lt.Col. Scots Gds 28 Nov. 56:15 June 60; 

Bon. W. S. D. Home, Capt. 4* lit. Col. Gren. Gds.... 21 Sept. 60' 23 .Time 63 

Geo. J. FitzRoy Smyth, Capt. if Lt. Col. Coldst. Gds 3 June 59; 20 Apr. 60 23 Mar. 66 
p.s.e. H. B. H.Blundell, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Gren. Gds....|3o Mar. 55,31 Aug. 55 7 Nov. 62 

Bon. H. T. Eraser, Capt. 4~ Lt.Col. Scots Gds 10 Sept. 58 24 June 59 12 June 63 

Charles Steel," Major, Unattached '14 June 50 13 Oct. 54)30 June 57 

. G. P. Littleton, Capt. &• JW.CW.GrenadierGds. 23 July 61: 24 Jan. 65 



Aug. 51 i 6 June 56 
Mar. 53 6 June 56 
17 Feb. 54 6 June 56 
29 Dec. 54 6 June 56 
29 May 55 6 June 56 
20 Dec. 
29 Dec. 54^6 Dec. 56 



7 Dec. 58 

6 Aug. 59 

3 May 45 26 Sept. 57 

9 May 46 24 Nov. 57 

2 Oct. 57 24 Mar. 58 

July 58 

Dec. 67 

27 July 47J19 Dec. 54I15 Sept. 58 

21 June 31 1 29 Dec. 35260ct. 58 

4 Apr. 5631 Aug. 60 , 

24 June 42, 9 Nov. 46 26 Oct. 58 
8 Apr. 57J20 Feb. 62,21 Feb. 62 

25 June 44 20 July 49 19 Nov. 58 



Mar. 47 
22 Dec. 54 
30 Nov. 55 
4 July 45 
30 May 43 



7 Mar. 54 ; 2 Feb. 68 

24 Nov. 57I 

13 Dec. 6oj 

29 Dec. 48 31 Aug. 60 

2 Nov. 49 24 May 6 



3 June 42 27 Mar. 46 23 Oct. 57 1 Apr. 66 
31 Dec. 47' 11 Sept.49 30 July 52119 Apr, 
22 Apr. S3 9 Mar. 55^23 July ^R ■,-> Mm 



4 Apr. 56 

2 Feb. 64 

7 Sept.55 

_ Nov. 62 1 June 55 

3 Feb. 63 30 June 77 

May 63 27 May 64 

Feb. 641 6 Jan. 57 

_ Oct. 64'2i Aug. 67 

9 Feb. 65 15 Jan. 56 



29 Mar. 65 
4 Apr. 65 
4 Apr. 65 

17 Aug. 65 
20 Sept. 65 
26 Dec. 65 
25 June 66 
11 Dec. 66 

18 Jan. 67 
15 JIa y 67 

7 Aug. 67 
23 Oct. 67 
20 Nov. 67 

■9 Dec. 67 



2 Oct. 67 



2 Oct. 57 
26 Feb. 56 

3 Feb. 66 
16 Jan. 57 

15 May 67 



7 Nov. 65 
Jan. 68 14 Jan. 71 

1 Nov. 65 
17 Feb. 54 
19 Aug. 56 
11 Mar. 



Jan. 68 
Jan. 68 



1 Jan. 6S 

1 Jan. 68 
22 Jan. 68 

9 Apr. 68 

13 June 68 
29 Aug. 68 
o Nov. 68 

2 Nov. 68 
8 Mar. 69 
5 Mar. 69 
7 July 69 

3 Aug. 69 



:6 Nov. 58 



5 Mar. 58 
7 Oct. 59. 

9 Oct. 
7 Jan. 
2 Mar. 69 



20 Sept. 69 24 Sept.41 
9 Oct. 69I 

15 Nov. 69^9 July 62 

11 Jan. 70! 

12 Feb. 70 19 Nov. 5a 
1 Mar. 70 28 May 

16 Mar. 70 
30 Mar. 70 

Apr. 70 

Apr. 



Dec. 57 16 May 62 



1 Apr. 70 

„ 24 May 70 

Mar. 64 13 June 70 

10 July 70 



Henry Trotter, Ca 
George William St 
Chas. Henry T. B 
George Longley, ' 
YC Geo. Dare Dov 
Adjutant Deri ■ , 
George Gaynor, 55 
Charles Johnston, 

Fred. 11. Harford, 

Thos. Philip G: 



Jan. 48 30 Apr. 52 23 July 58I 1 July 59 15 Sept. 7 
27 June 4S 1 1 Nov. 4SI 1 Apr. 55! 4 Nov. 59 23 Nov. 70 

4 Feb. 7 
15 Feb. 7 
25 Mar. 7 

5 Apr. 7 

30 Aug. 7 1 
1 Oct. 7 

14 Oct. 7 

31 Oct. 7 

15 Nov. 7 
1 Jan. 7 
5 Jan. 7 

23 Apr. 72 



: Dec. 60 



fLt.Col. Grenadier Guards ... 4 Oct. 62' 16 Oct. 66; 

obole, 50 Major, h.p. 18 Foot J18 Apr. 51)21 Mar. 53*22 June 55 4 Jan. 6: 

:e de Ruvignes, 53 Major, Unatt.J3o July 46 2 Nov. 49:11 Sept. 57: 9 Apr. 6: 
ptain, h.p. Royal Engineers ... ai Dec. 53 20 June 5419 Dec. 59 9 Apr. 6: 

, ;;; ^ ;: .,,,,R. Marine Art.|| 25july48 | 



6 Oct. 51 '22 Sept. 59 17 Sept.6: „ 

h.p. 104 Foot 1 29 Jan. 4o!i2Nov.42 8 Mar. 49 1 2 Nov. 61; 10 May 7 

11 Lt.Col. h.p. Royal Artillery J27 June 48! 1 Nov. 48 1 Apr. 55, 9 Aug. 70 15 May 72 

Capt. 4" Lt.Col. Scots Guards ...'"A. j 13 Jan. 60 4 Nov. 64 1 129 June 7: 

an, Capt. 4? Lt.Col. Scots Gds. | [19 Aug. 62 4 Apr. 65 17 July 7: 

29 May 63 6 May 671 [ 1 7 July 72 

4 Jan. 61 J 21 June 66 |i4Aug.7? 

3 Nov. 56,14 June 62 14 June 70' n Sept. 72 

June64J 7 Aug. 67 j 4 Dec. 72 

8 June 49I 8 Dec. 53 26 Dec. 61 10 June 621 2 Jan. 73 
3 Dec. 50 23 Nov. 52 8 Jan. 56 31 Oct. 62 15 Feb. 73 



John Arthur T.Garratt, ('apt. if- £/.( V.GrenadierGds. 

Henry Hubert Kyre, Capt. 4- Lt. Col. ColdstreamGds. 4 July 60' 4 

Vf 1 Id Ma'eintvre, Lt. Col, Bengal Staff Corps 14 June 50 23 

Bon. Wm. II. 1-. Caringtnii, C'.//iM- Lt.Col. ( Jreu.Gds. 114 

in 1,!., ■,■, Ward Burton, Z*.CW.Eoyal Marines 

Leonard Sidel 11 ill 0111- Vernier, ■'''■' Major, Unattached 

Reginald T. Thynne, Capt. Sf Lt.Col. Grenadier Gds. I " I 3 Oct. 6220N0V.67I' [15 Mar. 73 

|i..'iuda- I : ' .1 li 1 ].-"< .1 1 ,'■" Major, h.p. 72 Foot Ii 7 Mar. 43 19 Mar. 47 2 Dec. 50 9 Nov. 62^5 Mar. 73 

■ : on, Captam, h.p. 67 Foot I 8 Sept.46'i9 Nov. 47 17 Jan. 51 j 9 Nov. 6229 Mar. 73 



1 June 70 
7 May 70 



5 July 7< 
2 Nov. 7: 



4 Jan. 61 1 
9 Apr. 61 1 

6 July 6t\ 
2 May 6= 

29 June 6t I 

7 Dec. 7r| 



Apr. 61 
30 June 6; 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



66 



COKNiiT, 

2nd lieot. 

or ensign.. 



Arthur Herbert Cuss, 01 Major, h.p. 10 Hussars 

Ernest Le Pellev/'- Captain, h.p. 5 Foot 

Charles Stuart Baker, Major, half pay. 59 Foot 

Win. Julius Gascoigne, t'apt. .f Lt. Col. Scots Gds. 
John B. Sterling, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Coldstream Guards 
Frederick Hugh Chancellor, Captain h.p. R. Art ... 
Robert Alex. Loudon, Major, h.p. 5W. India Regt. 

John Gittens Maycock,"£« Co/, h.p. 14 Foot ... 

Charles I). Thomas, Capt. 4- Lt. Col. C ,1,1st. Guards 
Charles Denison Pedder- 53 Captain, h.p. 39 Foot 
^d/. 6 J<7/«. Bo« /. ■ Ur, A';/,'r IV«/'„-« 

Arthur Salt.niar>i,e.'" M • r. h.p. 70 Foot 

Stewart Alexander 1 '1, ■••„,•'- J/a/or, h.p. 13 Foot. 

William Mosse,' ;,J -ir<//'or, h.p. 26 Foot 

Andrew Green,"" Captain, h.p. Rifle Brigade , , 

Captain of Inoalids, Royal Hospital , CAr/.sr,.. j 2C 

Baker Creed Russell, C'Vi. J/.i/or, 13 Hussars 2 Nov. 55 

Fra. C. Scott, CB. Maj. h.p. 42 F. Gentleman at Arms 

James de Vic Tapper, Major, 23 Foot 

Christopher Rice Havard Nichoil, Major. Ritte Brig. 
Frederick Edward Sotheby, Major, lti.de Brigade 



3 Dec. 50 1 5 Nov. 52 23 Apr. 58 16 Jan. 63 

20 Oct. 49^27 Aug. 52 7 Oct. 59 23 Jan. 63 

jo Mar. 44 S Jan. 47 n Apr. 51 20 Jan. 63 

31" Mar. 63 6 Fell. 66 

5 Nov. 61I31 Dec. 61 20 July 66 
20 Dec. 43 17 Apr. 45 11 Nov. 51 
16 Sept. 45J S June 49 25 June 52 

2 June 43 4 Apr. 45 29 Dec. 54 
I19 Dec. £2 3 Aug. 6(' 

7 July 4 ■.-' .7 Dec. 30 7 May 5 



22 Dec. 4 S 

20 Jan. 49 

21 Aug. 49 



7 Jan. 

4 Apr. 

5 Dec. 



6 Feb. 59 
1 June 55 
25 Aug. 



.■ . Maj 
30 Uc:. 66 



John R. W. Lord de Ve-ei, Capt. 4" Lt.Col. Cold. Gds. 

Charles Coote Grant, Major, h.p. 16 Foot 

Charles Van Notten Dole, Major, h.p. Cape M. I 

Rifles; Fort Major, Edinburgh ) 

George Gosling, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Sets (Ids 

Walter Tuckfield Goldsworthy,? 3 Major, h.p. 91 F. ) 

Assist. Adjt. and Qr.Mr. Gen. Cork ) 

George Edmond Francis. 7 * Lt.Col. h.p. 20 Foot 

William John Brook," 6 Major, h.p. 30 Foot 

Douglas Hastings, Major, 62 Foot 

William Edward Wallace, Maior, h.p, 18 Foot 

Son. Josh. C. Vanneck, Capt. .(• Lt.Col. Scots Gds... 
James Menzies Clavhilis,-' Major, h.p. 7 F„,t 
Willoughby Digby Marsh, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

^Eneas Perkins, CB. LJ.c 1 ,,,-ers 

Albert Henry Wilmot Williams, /./.(>,/. R. Artillery 
Charles Fred. Cockburn, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Campbell Hardy, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Lewis Frederick Hall, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery... 
John Henry Peile, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Sir William Hamilton, Bart., Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
De Vic Francis Carey, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery . 

Thomas Nichoil, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Edward Tierney, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Alexander Hadden Lindsay, ' LI. Lt.Col. R. Artillery 
Thomas Parkyns Smith, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery... 
George Henry Stone, A/. < V. Royal Artillery 
Michael Robert Bruce, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 
James Limond Benwell, Lt.Cd. Madras .- 
Charles Bean Lucie Smith, LI . t W. M a , Ira s St a tl'i ', 1 \-\ ,.- 
John Hubbard White, Xf.t'e/. R yal En« 
Clement Metcalfe Browne, Lt.C ' :: al Engineera 

Bowes Lennox Forster, Cap to. ... ; ,;.,, Artillery 

Charles L. R. Glasfurd, Lt.Col. B 1 abay Staff Corps 
Charles Henry Edward Cr.eei". l.'.cl. ,, , 4 p , it 
Augustus Arthur Currie, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. . 
William Kincaid, Lt.Col. Madras stall Corps 
Wm. George Ma I, -'dm S trie khmd, LI. Col.. Madras S.C 
Robert Broome Baker, Major, h.p. 16 Foot 
William Macdonald, Lt.Col. Bengal Stall' Corps 
Wykeham Leigh Pemberton, CB. Lt.Col. 60 Rifles 
Wm. Hen. Dowling Reeves Welman, CB.Lt.C0l.9g F 
c. Henry John Maclean, 7J Lt. Col. h.p. Rifle Brigade; 1 

A A. 4- Q M.Gen., Ireland J 

Frederick Thomas Whinyates, Lt.Col. R. Artillery 



Sept. 55 ' 4 Aug. 63 

1 Aug. 51 1 Feb. ■ 

24 Nov. 52I18 Aug. 3 1 6 Sept. 53 
5 Dec. 54 1 9 Mar. 55 1 Apr. 59 

7 Jan. 55 11 May 55 27 Apr. 60 

8 Jan. 53 11 May 53 21 Sept.ro 
. 2 June 63 1 14 Aug. 66 

g May 45 20 Aug. 19 18 Apr. 50 



1 Mar. 64 
1 Mar. 64 

4 Apr. 64 
12 June (5 
24 Jan. 65 
26 Mar 

5 July 72 
24 Oct. 72 



g f ■. -4 ■ 



Jan. 62 10 July 63 26 June 66 
10 Oct. 57 30 Oct. 59' 28 Oct. 64 
Apr. 53 9 Feb. 55)31 July 57 
9 Oct. 49 21 May 52 29 Dec. 54 
o Mar. 40 8 Apr. 42 13 Mar. 53 
3 Sept. 47 9 Nov. 49! 9 July 54 

1 Dec. 63126 June 66 

3 Nov. 52 13 Aug. 34 3 1 Aug. 55 
9 Dec. 49 17 Feb. 34 13 Aug. 50 
12 Dec. 51 17 Ait,. [2 Mar. 6: 
9 Dec. 49 1 Apr. 31 23 Feb. 5 
9 Dec. 49 6 June 51 23 Feb. 56 
9 Dec. 49 11 Aug. 51 23 Feb. 56 
25 -ept. 31 23 Feb. 56 
9 Dec. 40 11 Nov. 
8 Dec. 48 3 Sept : 27 Aug. 58 
10 Mar. 34 -7 Aug. 58 



Dec. 4 S 

.1 me ., , 
Dec. 49 
Dec. 49 

1 
Dec. 40 

jo Jan. 40 

9 Dec. 53 
8 June 54 



9 Aug. 64 
9 Sept. 64 



14 Apr. 73 
23 Apr. 73 
o May 73 

25 June 73 
5 July 73 

22 Aug. 73 
S Sept. 73 
-• Nov. 73 
9 Nov. 73 

26 Jan. 74 
Feb. 74 

21 Mir. 
3 Mar. 

i Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 

5 Apr. 74 
8 Apr. 74 

6 May 74 
June 74 



9 Oct. 64 
2 Nov. 64 
ii Mar. 65 
23 Mar. 65 
5 Apr. 65 



July c. 



9 Jan . oj. 

2 >',,v. 73 

i2 July 6i 
;o Sept. 74 
7 Aug. 07 
; ■ Apr. 7 ; 



6 3 uly 6j 
1 Apr. 7« 



30 Sept. 66 



27 

29 June 74 

2 July 74' 1 1 May ;S 
14 Aug. 74 
7 Sept. 74 



20 Feb. 49 
20 Feb. 47 

2 Mar. 40 

3 Mar. 49 
; Mai . .; > 

4 May 40. 
10 Dec. 53 
23 Apr. 5: 
10 Dec. 4 
30 May 45 

9 June 50 



20 Feb 

24 June 55 
12 July 53 
15 Oct. 55 
20 Aug. 54 

20 Aug. 55 

1 Aug. 54 

4 Aug. 53 
31 .Mar. 
26 Oct. 50 
15 Apr. 53 

2 Apr. 52 

5 Mar. 5 6 
25 Aug 

15 June 4,1 



William Noel Waller, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 19 June 

Benjamin Lumsden Gordon, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 12 June 5 

John Swiney, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps '..12 Apr. 49 

John Geddes, Major, half pay, 44 Foot '25 Aug. 4" 

De Vic Tupper, 80 Major, half pay, 8 Foot 15 Oct. 5 

Edward Bosc Sladen, Lt.Col. Madias Stall' Corps 14 Apr. 49 
Edw. Tobias Willoughby Purcell, Lt.Col. R. Artillery jig Juue 50 

John Glancy, Captain, 14 Foot ' 9 Mar. 42 

Edw. Douglass Harvest, fj.i v,>. h.p. 97 F. S.O. of P. 117 Apr. 42 

David Limond, Lt. Col. Royal Engineers J14 June 50 

George William Muriel, Major, 73 Foot 24 June 42 

John Charles Le Quesne, Lt.Col. 12 Lancers. . 
John H. P. Malcolmson, CB. Lt.Col. Bombay S. C... 
William Brooke Thomson, Lt. Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Rupert Thomas Snow, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps... 

l/Robert Cadell, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Michael Weekes Willoughby, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C... 
Henry Hooper Foord, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps ... 
Henry Edward Wliish, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps... 
Charles Julien Ralph Bell, Lt. Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Fred. Macdonald Birch, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 
John William Hoggan, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps... 
James Thomas Harris, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps... 

Henry James Bell, Lt.Col. 105 Foot 

Charles Frederick Parkinson, Lt.Col. 95 Foot 

Cecil Brooke Le Mesurier, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 

Augustus Henry King, Lt. Col. Royal Artillery ligJunesoi i Apr. 52 20 Apr. 57J 5 July 7 2J2 4 July75 

Richard Roynon Jones, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ' lg June so 5 June 52I 6 July 57] 5 July 72 24 July 75 

George Wolie, Captain, h.p. 2 F. S.O of Pensioners.. 27 Sept. 44 3 Apr. 49 30 Dec. 53*24 Apr. 66 2 , July 7 , 



30 Dec. 51 

2 Jan. 5: 

27 Apr. 58 
19 Apr. 53 

6 June 54 
11 Aug. 54 

1 Feb. 3 
14 Jan. 5 

8 Jan. 5 

6 Feb. 46 
21 Aug 
29 July 

7 July 57 
29 Aug. 54 

28 Feb. 5. 
23 Nov. 56 
14 Aug. 53 
28 Jan 
28 Nov 
23 Nov. 56 
23 Nov. 56 

31 May 57 
5 May 52 

3 Nov. 54 



29 Apr. 56 
8 June 49 
8 June 

8 June 49 

9 June 49 
9 June 49 
9 June 49 
9 June 49 
9 June 4Q 
4 Apr. 54 

27 June 49 
27 June 49 
14 June 50 
21 Sept. 54 
g June 50! 3 Feb. 52^3 Jan. 57 



7 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 

27 Aug. s'i 
7 Aug. 5 S 

18 Feb. 61 

3 Feb. 61 

Mas I 1 

22 June 65 
7 June 5I 

■ 

3 Mar. 6 

4 June 53 
o Dec. 

23 Mar. 58 
30 Oct. 57 
23 Mar. 53 
25 June 56 

19 July 56 

5 Jan. 63 
12 Apr 

7 Sept. 58 
15 Jan. 56 
21 June 60 
21 July 56 
14 Jan. 64 
29 Dec. 54 
27 Aug. 58 

2 June 57 
18 July 62 
27 Aug. 58 

8 June 61 

8 June 61 

9 June 61 
9 June 61 
9 June 61 
9 June 61 
9 June 61 
4 Apr. 66 

27 June 61 
27 June 61 



o June 6 
5 July 7 2 
o June 6 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 July 

5 July 7- 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 July 7; 

, July 7-' 

1 ■ .1 id . ' 

2 Mar. 
15 Aug, 

25 Nov 

-7 Apr 

5 Juiy 

29 Dec. 6 

30 Dec. 6 

1 & p, . 
5 July 

1 Apr. 66 

5 July 
1 Apr. 66 
24 Apr 
9 Apr. 68 

8 June 69 
S June 69 

Jui 

9 June 69 
9 June 69 
4 Apr. 66 

27 June 69 



15 Oct. 54 1 30 July 62 
9 Feb. 55]a6 Nov. 58 



2 Oct, 
10 Oct. 74 
25 Nov. 74 

19 Dec. 74 
29 Dec. 74 
13 Jan. 75 
16 Jan. 75 
16 Jan. 75 
16 Jan. 75 

6 Jan. 75 
6 .1.111 ; 

6 Jan. 75 

c6 Jan. 7 
t, Jan. 75 

• ,1a D 

Jan. 75 

20 ran. 7 
3 Feb. 7 
.; Feb. 75 
6 Feb. 

23 Feb. 73 

3 Mar. 75 
I Mar. 75 
8 Mar. 7, 
10 Mar. 73 
io Mar. 7s 
31 Mar. 75 
1 Apr. 75 
1 Apr. 75 
1 Apr. 75 
1 Apr. 75 

12 Apr. 75 

13 Apr. 75 

14 Apr. 75 
14 Apr. 75 
14 Apr. 73 
28 Apr. 75 
20 Apr 73 

3 May 73 
13 May 75 
5 June 75 
8 June 75 
S June 75 

8 June 75 

9 June 75 
9 June 75 
9 June 75 
9 June 73 
9 June 75 

j 3 June 75 
7 June 75 



2 July 70 
6 Mar. 7c 



27 June 6g 27 June 73 
3 Oct. 70 7 July 73 
5 July 72 2jc July 75 
5 July 72 24 July 



3 June u 



9 Dec. n 



M:,v & 



67 



Lieutenant Colonels 



Drury Richard Barnes, 81 Zt.Col. half pay, 14 Foot, ) 
Chief Instructor School of Mmkeh-y ) 

John Ingle Preston, Lt.Col. 45 Foot . •■■■-• ■•- 

Richard Spencer Hall, Captain <y X,.C<>7. <. oldst. Gdb. 

George C. Rowcroft, Lt.Col. Bengal Stall Corps 

John Wheler Collington, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Edmund Davidson Smith/- Major, h.p. 95 *oot.) 
Assist. Adj. and Q.M. Go,. Dublin ) 

William Fit'zRoy, Lt.Col. 47 Foot ............. v;"^'" 

Win. John F. Rnmsden, Capt. <f- Lt.Col Coldst. Gds. 

John Henry Brown. Z/.CV. Royal Artillery..... 

Walter Aston Fox Strangways, Lt.Col R. Artillery 

Cecil R. St. John Ives, lln/or, Royal Horse Gds . 

Bachc Harpur Heatheote," Major, mp. Depot Batt. 

John T. Ussher. <"„;-'. Cnatt. S.O. of Pensioners 

John Paton Martin. Li. CI. bengal Staff Corps 

Wm Henrv Whitlock, ir.tW. Madras Maft ' oips... 

Thomas Norris Baker. Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps ... 

Thomas Rowland, Major, 5 Foot 



COENET, 
2Ild LIEUT 

orENSiGir. I 
7 Apr. 48|a 
16 June 54 
25 May 60 
10 Aug. 49 
19 June 50 
22 Apr. S3 

29 May 49 

19 June 50 

19 June 50 
15 Jan. 58 
21 Aug. 49 

30 May 43 

20 Sept.49 
o Sept.49! 



WHEN. 
^PLACED ON 
I HALF PAT. 



6 Mar. 58 1 Apr. 70 31 July 75 31 July 75 
15 Feh. 56^6 Nov. 6112 Feb. 73I 4 Aug. 75 

29 May 63J18 Jan. 67] j 7 Aug. 75 

8 Dec. 52 10 Aug. 6i'io Aug. 69 10 Aug. 75 
4 July 52 14 July 57, 5 July 72 -'i Aug. 75' 
6 June 54 5 June 5s 1 May 66 23 Aug. 75; 
10 Feb. 54 2 Nov. 55*8 July 67 1 Sept.75 
2S0ct. 64I 8 May 67, 1 Sept.75 



6 July 52]: 

9 July 521: 

12 Mar. 61 1 25 Apr. 65 
20 Feb. 52 U4 Sept. 55 



July 57: 5 July 72 S Sept.75 
Aug. 57 5 July 72] 8 Sept.75 

" Sept.751 

May 66(14 Sept. 7513° Oct. 69 
Jan. 54] 6 May 66I15 Septal 



Jan. 56 26 Oct. 59 19 Aug. 69 



illery 

lards.. 



20 Sept. 49 23 Nov. 56 
Dec. 48 29 Apr. 53 



Corps 



James M. C. Vibart, Lt.Col. 
Henry Fred. Wrnchelsea Elj 
William Benjamin Browne, - 
Henry Brackenlmr; . . ' ' < >■. 
Edward Harnett, It' - 1 
William Booth, Lt. Col. Roy a 
Frank Horsley, Lt Col. Mad 
Robert J. L. Crutchley, Lt.C 

Philip Harris, -<nd Com. Royal Marines 

Archibald Wybercb,** iT»./...r, h.p. ^ 1 oot •■■; 

Lancelot Henrv Isacke, Lt.Col. Manias Maft 1 orps 
Thomas Rose Nimmo, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff < orps.. 
William Alex. Garden. Lt.Col. Bencral Matt Corps... 
Henry Thomas Oldfield. Lt.( -. Bengal Stall Corps 
Henry Daniel Cloete, Zt.Col. Madia- Maty orps 
William Gordon, CIE.Lt. Col. Bengal Staff Corps ... 

Henry Tod Stuart. Zt.Col. Madras Stafl Corps 

HugliC. Menzies.Zf.CW. Madras Staff (.'orps 

Arthur T. Searle, Zt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

William Lambert, CB. Lt.Col. 88 Foot 

Uffi Richard Wadeson, Lt.Col. 75 Foot . 

Son. B. A. B. Achesovi, Capt. * Lt.Col. Coldst. Gds... 
Wm. Robert Johnson, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps ... 

William Jackson, Lt.Col. Bengal Stafl Corps 

Henry Vincent Mathias, Zt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

William Playfair, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Edward Thomas Shilfner, Lt.Col. 54 Foot 

William Lambert Yonge. Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 
Thomas Ernest Britten, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 

William Hicks. Lt.Col. Bombay Stafl Corps 

Henry Doveton Battye, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Charles Booth Brackenbury. Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Edwin Markham, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Charles S. Corkran, Capt. 4" Lt.Col. Grenadier Grds. 
Henry Fitzroy Dakevne, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 



9 Dec. 50 13 
;2 June 49 
;6 Aug. 42 



2 June 48 
9 Dec. 50 
o Nov. 49 
23 Nov. 49 
Aug. 46 



12 Dec. 49 
2 Dec. 49 



20 Dec. 49 
20 Dec. 49 
10 Dec. 49 



ff Corp 

dras Staff Corps 

ras Staff Corps 

aff Corps 

Bengal Staff C. 



Staff C 
'.'< 'orps 



James Crawford, Z 

Otway Francis Smithers, Lt.Ci 

Alexander Charles Hay. /..'.' 

John William Orr, Lt. Col. Mad 

Melmoth Alaster D. Orchard, I 

Frederick Gadsden, Lt.i 

Richard Hussey Vivian, Major 

Edmund Leach, Cajytain, 50 Fo- 

Patrick Alexandi r Can < ■■.. ■•. .' 

Charles William Fletcher, 1 U 

Charles Frederick Keays, ZtA noay »tan u. 

Charles Wm. Robert Chester. - . ■ - Staff* 

David M. M. Crichton, Capt. f Zieut Col. Gren. Gds 

Richard Doyle Barrett, Lt.Col. 19 Foot 

Granville William Puget, Lt.Col. 34 Foot ... 

Henry Phillip Hawkes, /-.' ■•'..! .Madras Staff Corps 

William Winson, Zt.Col. Bengal staff Corps ... 

George John Davies Heath, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 

JohnByron, Lt.Col. 10 Foot 

Raoul de Bourbel. Lt.Col. ' a-s 

Vreilcrirk Smith S'antoii, ;,/ ' ..' !'■ - :•'■ Engineers 
Charles Adolphus do Kan: to. v. /. ; . ie gal S. C 
'I. niv I'elham C!o-«a / ' ' ■■'■ I' ' .' Mad' Corps .. 
Guy Annesley Preia'a r-a.-t. /./ < ■ / P< ngal Staff C. 

Thomas Gaily Ross. Zt.Col. Bengal StaffCorps 

Thomas Eaton Swetti nliam, Lt.Col. 31 Foot 

William Hichens, II. Col. Royal Engineers 

d.oberi Hawthorn, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Henry Wellcslev, Capt. <f U Col. Grenadier Guards 

William Henry Ralston, Major, 70 Foot 

Horace Searle Anderson. Lt.Col. Bombay Stafl C. 

John Gordon Graham, Lt.Col. 1 Dragoons 

Charles Joseph M'Mahon, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Edward Archibald Collins, Lt.Col. 26 Foot 

B B. D. Ca ell, Capt. & Zt.Col. Scots Gds 

Joseph William Hughes. Major. 54 Foot 

William lilarketl. // Col. 0, I'Viot 

Cord Ralph Drury Eerr, CS. Lt.Col. 10 Hussars.. 

Henry Broome Peilden, Zt.Col. 6 Foot 

Edward Lemprioie barle, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 



6 June 54 
8 Apr. 45 

7 Apr. 56 
14 Oct. 51 

1 Sept.52 
11 Feb. 54 
26 June 52 

7 May 48 



3 May 531 6 Nov. 54 
1 Dec. 49ji3 K °v-53 
1 Dec. 49] 15 Nov. 53 



Dec. 
Dec. 49 1 
Dec. 49; 



June 55 
7 Sept. 55 
ay 5 



2 Dec. 49] 11 May 52 
Dec. 49 13 Aug. 52 



Nov. 5; 
Aug. 55 



6 Aug. 54 ; 8 Dec. 54 
2 June 57(19 Sept 57 



May 65 
28 Oct 
Nov. 5 



Oct. 59 23 Aug. 60 
20 Sept. 61 20 Sept. 69 
2 Mar. c6 15 May 6« 

10 Oct. 57 1 5 July 72 

17 Nov. 57 15 May 66 
25 Jan. 54; 17 June 66 

8 Aug. 66 1 Apr. 74 
5 Mar. 5S 20 July 66 

12 Nov. 57 5 July 7 2 

20 Nov. 61 20 Nov. 69 

9 Mar. 60 23 Nov. 69 
27 July 57 1 5 July 72 

21 Sept.55'27 July 66 

11 Dec. 61 !n Dec. 69 
11 Dec. 61 11 Dec. 69 
11 Dec. 61(11 Dec. 69 

11 Dec. 61. 1 1 Dec. 69 

12 Dec. 61 12 Dec. 69 
12 Dec. 61 ( i2 Dec. 69; 
12 Dec. 61J12 Dec. 69 12 Dec. 75 
12 Dec. 61 12 Dec. 69! 12 Dec. 75 
12 Dec. 61 12 Dec. 69 12 Dec. 75 
27 Nov. 57^9 June 72118 Dec. 75 

9 De.-. 64:17 July 72 18 Dec. 75 

23 Oct. 6 7 1 

30 Aug. 60(20 Dec. 69 
— Dec. 61*20 Dec. 69 



10 Sept.751 
20 Sept.75 1 

20 Sept. 75 j 

22 Sept.75 

2 9 Sept. 75 1 

19 Oct. 75 

21 Oct. 751 

23 Oct. 75 
17 Nov. 75 
17 Nov. 75 

20 Nov. 75 
23 Nov. 75 

30 Nov. 75 
ti Dec. 75 

11 Dec. 75 
11 Dec. 75 
11 Dec. 75 

11 Dec. 75, 

12 Dec. 75] 
2 Dec. 75, 



9 Aug. 54! 20 Dec. 61,20 Dec. 69 



Dec. 49 1 Apr. 5620 Dec. 61 20 Dec. 69 



31 Dec. 47(13 Dee. 5° 
19 Dec. 50J 2 Sept.52 
26 Dec. 49:24 Mar. 56,26 Dec. o 
29 Dec. 49(23 Nov. 56 29 Dec. 6 
7 Jan. 50 21 June 54(27 June - 
19 Dec. 50^7 Sept.52 

19 Dec. 50J22 Oct. 52 
25 Jan. 65 

20 Jan. 50(17 Mar. 54 
>o Jan. 50,30 Nov. 54 
>o Jan. 50 16 July 55 
so Jan. 50 23 Nov. 56 
io Jan. 50 23 Nov. 56 
>i Jan. 50J17 Dec. 55 
>i Jan. 50 23 Nov. 56 
[7 Aug. 52! 6 June 54 

3 Nov. 54-1 9 Feb. 55 



8 Dec. 75 
20 Dec. 75 
20 Dec. 75 
20 Dec. 75 
20 Dec. 75 

22 Dec. 75 

23 Dec. 75 
26 Dec. 75 
1 29 Dec. 75 



6 Feb. 50 
o Feb. 50 
20 Feb. 50 
20 Feb. 50 
31 May 50 
14 Apr. 46 
4 Apr. 48 



9 Jan. 55 
5 June 53 
31 July 56 
23 Nov. 56 
16 June 6 
9 Apr. 48 
Feb. 50 



3 Mar. 50 15 Nov. 53 
3 Mar. 50! 10 June 53 
3 Mar. 50 23 June 53 

13 Feb. 52 14 June 54 

14 June 50 23 Jan. 55 
9 Dec. 50 1 May 55 

14 Sept. 53 23 Nov. 56 

10 Dec. 50115N0V. 53 

20 Mar. 50 j 10 Oct. 51 

Mar. 50 27 Feb. 56 



9 Sept. 
9 Dec. 
.9 June 



Feb. 53 
3 Aug. 55 
7 Feb. 54 
6 May 65 

18 Dec. 57(23 July 58 
6 Apr. 50 18 Sept. 53 

19 June 55 15 Feb. 56 
11 June 53,27 Apr. 58 

23 Jan. 521 6 June 54 
1 10 May 64 

1 Dec. 54(26 Sept. 56 
29 Dec. 54 9 Nov. 55 

24 Nov. 57 i5 June 58 
21 Sept.52 6 June 54 
14 June 50 30 Oct. 55 



Feb. 56,27 July 66 

Nov. 57' 5 July 72 

6 Dec. 69 

5 Aug. 68 

6 Dec. 66i 7 Jan. 76 

7 Nov. 57! 5 July 72 15 Jan. 76 

17 Nov. 57, 5 July 72 15 Jan. 76 

13 June 68 19 Jan. 76 

20 Jan. 62(20 Jan. 70120 Jan. 76 
20 Jan. 62 20 Jan. 70 20 Jan. 76 
20 Jan. 62:20 Jan. 70(20 Jan. 76 
20 Jan. 62;2oJan. 70 20 Jan. 76 

20 Jan. 62120 Jan. 70(20 Jan. 76 

21 Jan. 62(21 Jan. 7021 Jan. 76 

21 Jan. 62 21 Jan. 70,21 Jan. 76 
9 Jan. 57 21 Aug. 66( 2 Feb. 76 

12 Apr. 64 21 Aug. 66 2 Feb. 76 
16 Feb. 62 ! i6 Feb. 70,16 Feb. 76 
20 Feb. 62 20 Feb. 70(20 Feb. 76 
20 Feb. 62 20 Feb. 70*20 Feb. 76 
20 Feb. 62 20 Feb. 70 20 Feb. 76 

8 May 67 
29 Dec. 54I2S Sept. 66 

29 Dec. 54 1 2 Oct. 66 
3 Mar. 62 15 Aug. 68 3 Mar. 76 
3 Mar. 62 3 Mar. 70 3 Mar. 76 

3 Mar. 62 3 Mar. 70 3 Mar. 76 

22 June 58 5 July 72 8 Mar. 76 
27 Aug. 58 5 July 72 10 Mar. 76 
27 Aug. 58I 5 July 72 10 Mar. 76 

14 Sept. 65(18 Dec. 66 20 Mar. 76 

4 Dec. 571 1 Mar. 67 

30 July 59ji7May 69 . 
20 Mar. 62 20 Mar. 70 20 Mar. 76 
12 Feb. 58 23 Mar. 67 $0 Mar. 76 

27 Aug. 58J 5 July 72 : 3oMar. 76 

22 Sept. 58 5 July 72] - 
1 Aug. 68 1 I 

30 Mar. 60 17 Apr. 67 
29 Nov. 59 1 2 Jan. 70 6 Apr. 76! 
19 Feb. 58.27 Mar. 7210 Apr. 76 

16 July 63J 5 July 72 27 Apr. 76 

28 Jan. 59 29 June 70! 3 May 76 

18 Dec. 66, (17 May 70 

19 Dec. 62 20 Apr. 67 22 May 76 

17 Dec. 58 5 July - ,1 May 76 

23 Aug. 6:|26 Mar. 73 31 May 76 

31 Aug. 55| 8 June 67 9 June 76 
27 Aug. 58:22 Apr. 68,14 June 76 



I26 Feb. 76 
7eb. 76 
Mar. 76 



Apr. 76 
Apr. 7 6| 

76 



Lieuienant Colonels. 



68 



Sbn.Baymond Harvey de Montmorenoy,Ztf.CW.32 F. 
Hugh Gordon Thomson, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Thomas Ross Church, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps ... 
David Butler Young, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps ... 
p.sc. William Arbuthnot, Lt.Col 14 Hussars 
Henry Mack Nepea:-, Lt.C-.l. Madras Statl'Corp.s 
Robert Dallas ( 'ampb ell, W.Co/. Bengal Staff Corps 

' 'apt Un, tg Foot 

Howes, /./.< V. 25 Foot , 

, Capi \Lt.Col. Scots Gds 

. h.p. 97 Foot 

y Atkins Nicolls, ii'.Co/. Royal Art. 
thcol . U , Bengal Staff Corps 
>rth, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps ... 
Augustas Edmund Warren, Lt.Col. 78 Foot 

Robert Bennett, Lt.Col. 46 Fojt 

James Briggs, Lt.Col. 96 Foot 

UCArthur Thomas Moore, I.t.Col. Bombay Staff C. 
Cecil D'Urbau La Touchs, Lt.Col. Bombay StaffC. 
Edmund Penrose B. Turner, Lt Col. Royal Artillery 
RobertF. Balfour, Capt. 4' II Col. Grenadier Guards 
Son.Chas.G.Gat^ornL'-lLt!', 1 :.r,.,t .; iV.O/.Gr.GJ.,. 
Edward Andrew Stuart, Lt.Col. 1 Foot 
Ralph Gore, Lt.Col. RovalAvtiU rv 

Chavles Henry Clay, Lt.Col. Bombay StaffCorps 

Somerville George 0. Hogge, Major. Co Foot. . .. 
Hubert Le Cocq, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 



COHXKT, 

■lid LIE IT. 
irEXSIGN. 



Windle Hill St.Hi 
George Skene Hal 
Hon.P. s [ 
p.sc. Mai 
p.x.r. Oliver . 
Mark Henry il. I 
Alfred Chs ' 



:8 Aug. 54 
14 June 50 

14 June 
5 June . 
5 Mar. 56 

1 5 June _ 

15 June 50 
12 Feb. 58 

16 Feb. 49 

14 Apr. 46 
M Dec. 5 

... I ><•<•, , 

20 July 50 

Feb. 49 

Oct. 51 

Feb. 52 

29 July 50 

29 July 50 

9 Dec. 50 



Foot. 



p.s.e. Philip Alex. A Twynam, Lt.Col 
John Sidney Hand, Lt Col. 44 Fo ,t 

Harry M'Leod, Lt.Col. R ..val Artillery 

Hit Royal High 11 « the De .',■<■ or' Connaught EQ \ 
KT. KP. GCMG. GCSI. LI. Col. Rifle Brigade ; i 

Persona! Aide <h Cam,, to the Queen ) 

Cecil John Hul.b.ird, C„,/.J- Lt.C,,!. ( Irenadier Gds. 
Charles B. Reynardson, Capt. it U Col. Gren. Gds. 
Charles Edward T irriano, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 
John Edwin Dickson Hill," Major, h.p. 63 Foot ' . 
Hew Lindsay Pre alergast, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
William Raffles Tucker. Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 
Frederick Lockwood Edridge, Lt.Col. 20 Foot 

George Hubert Parker, Lt.Col. 92 Foot 

Edward Meurant, Major, 83 Foot 

John Tatton Butler Brown, Cli. Lt Co!. R. Artillery' 

Charles Frederick Gregorie, Lt.Col. 18 Foot 

Francis Morley, Lt.Col. 3 Foot 

George Charles Depree, Lt.Col. B aigal StaffCorps" 

William I'eytu'i. It c.l. \l,ulras StaffCorps 

L. J. Oiiphaiit, Capt. If Lt.Col. Grenadier 1 

Lawrence Henry Williams, l.i.c ' !: 

Alexander Wardrop, Lt.Col. V '.■■ - •■■ 1 •.'„-,, s 

Thomas Bell, Lt.C, I. l:..n, 

Stewart Fellows. Lt.Col. i: 

William Henry Newport S c 

William Bickinson ,^CSL. Mai or, h.p. Bomlny S c 

George Nesbitt Stephens. J./. (V. M ,<:,-., s stat'rr,,,-,,. 

George Ralph C. Westrop; a* StaffC 



2 Jan. 55 29 Mar. 61 25 Sept.69114 June 76I 

7 June 56 19 July 60 22 Feb. 70! 14 June 76 
3r May 55I14 June 62 14 June 70' 14 June 76 

8 Feb. 54 15 June 62 15 Aug. 68 15 June 76 
5 June 59 29 Nov. 64 15 Aug. 68 U 5 June 76 
2 Sept. 53 15 June 62 15 June 70 15 June 76 

19 Jan. 55 15 June 62 15 June 70 1 5 June 76 
28 Jan. 62 8 June 67 8 June 67 24 June 76 
21 Oct. 51 10 Sept. 58,21 Aug. 69IH; July 76 

>2 Nov. 64 25 Dec. 67 J 15 July 76 

7 Jan. 48 5 May 54 13 July 67 ig July 76 31 Aug. 72 
!oJunes4 1 Apr. 60 .5 July 72,19 July 76 
23 Nov. 56 20 Dec. 66 20 Dec. 74 19 July 76 
:>2 July 53 20 July 62 20 July 70 20 July 76 

5 Nov. 52 20 July 55 13 July 67 23 July 76 

6 June 54 24 Apr. 55115 Oct. 6S.26 July 76 
.- 58^0 July 67 29 July 76 

28 Aug. 55 29 July 62 29 July 70 



26 Oct. 60 

1 May 52 
9 Dec. 50 

24 Aug. 50 

2 Sept. 54 
8 June 

2 Dec. 

3 May 53 
1 June 53 



13 Nov. 56 
7 Dec. 52 
9 Aug. 6 . 
jo Dec. 64 
11 Aug. 54 
22 Mar. S3 
3 Aug. 53 

11 Oct. 55 

12 Sept. 55 
6 July 54 



17 Nov. 57 
17 Feb. 69 
17 Apr. 6 
30 Mar. 5; 
14 Jan. 5; 
24 Aug. 6: 
6 Sept. 58 
50 Mar. 60 
27 Nov. 57 
3 Aug. 54I 16 Nov. 60 
, Pi I. 64 



70I29 July 76 

J'lly 7 .. 29 July 76 



18 June 
13 Feb. 55 
9 Dec. 50 
3 June 
9 Feb. 55 
!i Jan. 5 
o Nov. 4 
S June 5 
2 Feb. 55 

9 Dec. 50 
9 Dec. 50 



10 Dec. 50 
10 Dec. 50 
10 Dec. 50 
io Dec. 50 

18 Jan. 48 
Dec. 5. 
Dec. 50 



Gilbert James Pasley, if.CV. Bengal StaffCorps ...| 2 oDec. 
Thomas Bdw. VanderGucht, Lt.Col. BengalStaffC 20 Dec 

Brooke Kynd Chambers, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffCorps' 
James Vere Hunt, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal StaffCorps 
CharlesFerguson Sharpe, Lt.Col. BengalStaffC. .. 

Philip Henry 1 anvil Hams, I.t.Co!. Bengal StaffC. 

Henry Edward Mottet. Lt CI. Ma la. ., SctiTurns 

Philip M'Pherson," Major, h.p. •- Foot 

Charles Tatham Hitehins.ic CW.Bengal St ..tl't ',,, ■,,. 

Thomas Wakefield, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Charles Peter Hunter, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffCorps 

William Phaire, Lt.Col. Bengal Stuff Corn 

John Henry Castell, Lt.Col. Bombay Sialic..,,.. " 

S. F. M. T. Grant, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Henry Seymour Robinson, Lt.Col. Madras Staff c" 

L. H. P. Dellnchepied Lament, Lt.Col. Bengal S C 

Alex. Howe Bramley, Lt.Col. Bengal Stall' 1 '010, 

1-red. Macnaghten Armstrong, Lt.Col Beie-il S C 

William Moore Lane, Lt. < '...' 

Thomas Boone K\ . ■ 

Lester Horatio ,<i>, thorp . // , '. 1 ■'. , ih M -.., []]■ ( .' 

Arch. Edwards (',-11111)1, ell /' 

Charles Thomas Haig, I.l.t 

William Edward Marsland, Lt.Col. 5 j >r;7go<ViH;,ls 

Henry Crosby Barry Baniett, Lt.Col. Madras S. C 



27 Apr. 58 
9 June 
6 Feb. 66 



May 7 
7 Apr. 69 



10 July 66: iS Aug. 69 

20 May 53 22 Feb. 58 
19 Aug. 55I16 Jan. 63 

1 Aug. 54 27 Aug 

1 Aug. 59 
10 Aug. 55 1 7 Am?. 57 
1.1 Apr. 54 i3 Sept.57 

I -:•'-> Oct. 58 

21 June53l22 Feb, 58 
30 June 55' 4 Nov. 59 



20 Dec. 

. Dec. 

20 Dec. 50 

20 Dec. 50 

20 Dec. 50 

27 Oct. 46 

7 Jan. 51 

1 Jan. 51 

20 Jan. 51 

Jan. 51 

Jan. 51 

20 Jan. 51 

20 Jan. 51 

Jan. 51 

20 Jan. 51 

20 Jan. 51 

Jan. 5 

Jan. 5 



Jan. 56 
23 Nov. 56 
17 Oc . 66 

10 Apr. 53 
1 Jan. 56 

15 Nov. 53 
26 Apr. 54 

9 Aug. 54 
1, 1 Mar. - 

6 Sept. 56 
23 Nov. 56 

3 Nov. 56 



5 July 72 



22 Feb 
5 July 72 
24 Aug. 70 

14 Aug. 67 
5 July 72 

30 Sept. 68 

15 Aug. 68 
5 July 72 

7 Aug. 75 



5 July 72 

■: Aa ;. 67 

5 July 72 
5 July 7 
3 Sept 67 
15 Dec. 69 

5 July 72 

8 Oct. 67 
7 Dec. 67 

iS June 68 

9 Dec 



Aug. 76 
12 Aug. 76 
.2 Aug. 76 
14 Aug. 76 

23 Aug. 76 

24 Aug. 7 5 
1 Sept. 76 

■ Sept 76 

6 Sept. 76 
16 Sept. 76 
23 Sept. 76 

■■: Sept.7 i 



29 Dec. 69 

10 Dec. 62 10 Dec. 



10 Dec. 62 
10 Dec. 62 
10 Dec 
7 Dec. 67 

20 Dec. 62 
20 Dec. 6: 

Dec. 62 

20 Dec. 6 

20 Dec. 6 

Dec. 6 

Dec. 62 



23 Nov. 5620 Dec. 62 

5 July 54 11 Jan. 61 
31 Jan. 54 20 Jan. 63 



irps 20 Jan. ;, 
■ 8 June - ■ 



George Carr Hodding, Lt.Col. Madras Stair Corps 
Charles James Tyler, Lt. Col. Royal Artillery .... 



LeGeyt, Lt.Col. Bombay Stall' C. 
s \\ atson, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corp, 



YC Henry George Browne," Major, h.p. 100 Foot 
James Gunter, Lt.C A. 4 Dragoon Guards 

Ueovge Gregory. 2,0! Con. Royal Marines 
Alfred Templeman, Lt.Col. 21 Foot 
John Fryer, Lt.C ' 
John Poore, Lt.C 
Robert Law, Capt 
Knox Rowan Niv 



17 Fell. 57 

10 Feb. 51 

1 8 June 51 
20 Feb. 51 
20 Feb. 51 
31 Aug. 55 
18 Feb. 53 

3 Aug. 47 

,26 Mar. 5; 

Guards q Mar. 60 

;ne Artillery 1 10 May 47 

Officer of Pensioners' 8 Feb. 40 



j Mar. 5; 
5 Oct. 5 
8 Dec. 5 

: Nov. 51 



20 Dec. 

.■ 1 Dec. 70 
20 Dec 
20 Dec. 

;i Jan. 
1 1 Jan. 7 

j.. Jan. 7 

20 Jan. 7 

1 Jan ; 1 



20 Jan. 63 
20 Jan. 63 

2 • Jan. , 

1 

1 
63 20 Jan. 71 
23 Nov. 56 2 
6 June 57I20 Jan. 63 20 Jan. 71 
-•4 May 51 : 
10 Dee. 5 : ., 

1 29 Jan. 54 10 Feb. 63 10 Feb. 71 
23 Nov. 56 10 F< 

28 June sv.28 Apr. 5 Sj 5 July 72 
Feb . 

Feb. 63I20 Feb. 71 
15 Oct. 56I 1 June 58 1 Feb. 68 



Edward St. Jo: 
Mansft 



Wl t ln-1. 



iinent 19 Nc 



.' ™. •Join, (, nlli th- -' J7„,;„ r , b.,,. t F ,„, t . ., ( 

eldt George Smith, Lt.Col Bengal Staff Corps ! 10 A P r. 51 



1 Nov. 56 21 Oct. 59 

19 Feb. 59 

4 Mar. 53 2 Feb. 55 

8 Feb. fc : 5 Apr. 04 

2 June 48' 10 J,.n. 5 , 
7 July 42 5 May 54 

2 Dec. 68 

9 Mar, 55 1 24 July 57 

5 Apr. 55 10 Apr. 63 



27 Sept. 76 
. 7 Sep) - ■ 

1 Oct. 76 

7 Oct. 76 

8 Oct. 76 

28 Oct. 76I 

.< >■' o ', 76 

9 Nov. 76 
-■4 N (v. 70 

3 Dec. 76 

9 Dec. 76 

9 Dec. 76 

Dec - 

. 1 Dec 

■ - 

jo Dec. 76 
20 Dec. 75 

D 
10 Dec. 76 
20 Dec. 76 

-■; Dec. 7'. 

7 Jan. 77; 

u Jan. 77 

1 Jan. 7; 

jo Jan. 77 

■o Jan. 77 
20 Jan. 77! 

Jan. 77 



20 Ja 



II 



2 Dec. 65 

5 July 7: 
15 Feb. 61 
15 Dec. 69 

5 Ju'y 72 

17 Mar. Ct- 
23 June 75 

18 Apr. 6b 
10 Apr. 71'xo Apr. 7; 



jo Jan. 77 
20 Jan. 77 
20 Jan. 77 
20 Jan. 77 
20 Jan. 77 
23 Jan 77 
Si Jan 77 

roFeb 7 - 
7 Feb. 77 
,0 Feb. 77 

? ° I s *; 77 
27 1-eb. 77 

7 Mar 77 
o Mar. 77 
5 Mar. 77 
7 Mar. 77 
?3 Mar 77 
'■3 Mar. 77 
Mar. 77 






22 Mar. 76 



69 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



I COBNET, 
12nd LIEUT 
OrENSIGN 



Richard Lacy, Lt.Col. 59 Foot ..•..■■•■ .JjS^ti 

George Joseph Smart, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 18 Jane 51 

Henry Edward Glass, Lt.Col. 22 Foot '2^* J,^ 

Robert Henry Newbolt, Lt. Col. Royal Artillery ,8 June 51 

Wm. Henrv Worthy Bennett, 2nd Com. R. Marines ,4 Mar. 48 

George Hewish Adains, Lt.Col. 86 Foot &1 

William Carev. Lt.Col. Royal Artillery \f J" I1C = 

Arthur Henry Wavell^ajor.^i Foot £ jfepfcw 29 Dec. 541 4 Mar. 50 

"'io Dec. 50! 1 7 Feb. 54 23 Nov. 58 
19 Dec. 5 o|i7Feb. 54 1 1 Dec 



Charles James Molinsey, Major,!* Foot 
Charles Elwin Harvey, Lt.Col. Royal Engm<d> 



27 Sept.44 
12 July 53 
7 Sept. 55 
22 Sept. 53 
21 Aug. 4 
25 July 5 



MAJOR. 



6 June 54; 2 3 Apr. 68 
5 May 58 5 July 7= 

31 May 64 4 Dec. 69 
26 May 581 5 July 72 

7 May 59 S July 7 
~ T«n r^l R June 1 



Nov. 5322 June 58 5 
Mar. 55 1 June 60 3 



Robert William Duff,' Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 



25 Jan. 56 8 June 70 

-' July 7- 

June6 

29 Dec." 54I 4 Mar. 59I20 June 6S 

" 5 July 72 

58 5 July 72 

2 Dec, '" 

5 Jwiy 7 2 



Hem-V James Degacher, C*. XtCo/. 24 Foot -Feb. 5 Sept-ss,.. Oct. 59 

Thomas Bland Strange, i«. Co/. Royal Artillery I 7 Dec. s « $£ ||, ° §<£ 5 58 

Francis Lyon, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery -•■•■• j 1 ? ^5 9 53 s 

Robert Henry Cunliffe, Zf.CW. Madras Staff Corps 13 Jm 

Robert Russell Woodhouse, Xf.CW Bombay SUff 0. 13 

Cecil David James Dodd, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff 0. ...\ 3 June 5. 

Willoughbv 1 "has. Stanley Clarke, i/.CoZ. Bengal S.C. 3 June 5. 

Hugh Watson, Xf . Co/. Madras Staff Corps , 3 June 5 

Henry Vaughan. Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps .. 4 Junes 

James Houlbrooke Drummond. Lt.Col. Bombay S.C.;i4 3™*S 
Thomas Walter Rutherfurd, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C, 
Willou"liby Henrv Garton, Lt.Col. Bengal Stan C. 
John Shand Douglas Bolton, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
Francis John Bolton,™ Major, h.p. 12 Foot 



. June 5 
14 June 51 
14 June 5 
4 Sept. 5 7 



George Philips, 



, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers '9 Dec. 50 



June 

16 June 5 



Charles Nassau Martin, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
Evelyn Medows Norie, Lt.Col. Madras Man Corps 

Ralph Vivian, Captain 4" Lt. Col. Scots Guards i""! „, 

Robert William Bland Hunt, Lt.Col, Royal Marines, 19 Sept.4. 
Markham Le Fer Tayler, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 17 Hec. 5 

Edward Keate, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 17 Dec. 5 

Jones Julian Smith, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 17 Dec 51 

Augustus Nicholas Wilson, Captain. Rifle Brigade... 1 15 May 5: 
Arthur Robert MacDonnell, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 23 Oct. 54 

William Cbrystie, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers x- 

Henry Le Guay Geary, Major. Royal Artillery ...... .2, 

Frederick Thomas Bainbridge, Lt.Col. Bengal B. U. ™ 
William Lawrence Twentyman, Capfmn, 19 Hussars, _ 
TTffiChas.Augustus Goodi'ellow.Xf. Col. R. Engineers, 8 June 55 
George Arbuthnot, 91 Major, h.p. Royal Artillery. . . 
Brabazon Henrv l'ottingcr. Major. Royal Ariihery 



June 53 
55 

"° Mar. 



12 Dec. 57 



Charles Matthe'w Griffith, Major, Bombay Staff C.... 3 June 54 
George Francis Beville, Major, Bombay Staff C. ... " 
Humphrey M. Lamont Colquhoun, Major, 77 Foot.. 

James Whit-taker Barnes, Lt.Col. 73 Foot 

Eardley Maitland, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery. 



4 Sept. 55 
8 Aug. 54 
5 N 
7 Dec 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALE PAT. 



20 Apr. 77 

20 Apr. 77 

21 Apr. 77 
30 Apr. 77 

7 May 77 
23 May 77 
30 May 77 
2 June 77 
2 June 77 
6 June 77 
6 June 77 
9 June 77 
,. 11 June 77 
5 July 72J11 June 77 



June5i 1 24 Mar. 55 13 June 63 
o June 56* 1 3 June 63 
3 Nov. 56 13 June 63 
3 Nov. 56^3 June 63 

2 Jan. 55! 17 Sept. 61 

3 May 55114 June 63 
o Apr. 56 14 June 63 

23 Nov. 56 14 June 63 
23 Nov. 56 14 June 63 
9 Nov. 58 21 Sept. 60 
17 Feb. 54 l ispec. 58 
17 Feb. 54 4 Jan. 59 

28 Jan. 54 16 June 63 

29 Nov. 64129 Aug. 68 
13 Mar. 52 22 Nov. 59 

2 Dec. 53:26 Oct. 58 
12 Jan. 54 j 3 Nov. 58 
17 Feb. 5416 Jan. 59 



29 Sept.54 

22 Dec. 54 

3 Apr. 56 
1 Apr. 55 

23 Nov. 56 
r"6 0ct. 60 
27 Apr. 58 

24 Sept. 55 
27 Aug. 58 
23 Nov. 56 

4 Jan. 58 
29 Dec. 54 

6 July 49 

7 Feb. 



Thomas Deunehy, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps ; 2o Ji 



Francis George Coeksedge Probart, Lt.Col. 9 Foot.. 

Thomas William Sneyd, Lt.Col. 2 Dragoon Gds 1 

Robert Whigham, Lt. Col, 16 Lancers ... 

Char'es Wilmer Duncombe, Maj. 4- lA. ( "ol. 1 Life Gds. 
iTon. Francis C. Bridgeman, C.ijrf. 4 Lt. Col. Scots Gds.l 
Francis Brownlow, CB. Lt.Col. 72 Foot . 



July 51 23 Nov. 56 



9 Mar. 60 

1 Apr. 61 
30 Sept. 61 
12 May 62 
20 Jan. 64 
29 Mar. 64 

2 Sept. 64 
10 Dec. 64 

14 Sept. 65 
8 June 66 
4 Sept. 67 

17 July 57 
22 Sept. 

15 Feb. 59 
:o July 63 



3 June 711 13 June 77 
: 3 June7i|t3 June 77 
t 3 June7iW3 June 77 
13 June 77 

13 June 77 

14 June 77 
14 June 77 
14 June 77 
14 June 77 

14 June 77 

15 June 77 
15 June 77 

15 June 77 

16 June 77 
30 June 77 

1 July 77 

I July 77 
1 July 77 
1 July 77 

11 July 77 
11 July 77 
11 July 77 
11 July 77 
11 July 77 
1 1 July 77 
11 July 77 
11 July 77 
1 1 July 77 
11 July 77 
11 July 77 

II July 77 
11 July 

July 77 



JU1J 31^ ."-■■ J-—--.I -j 

Nov. 53! 2 1 Sept.54 29 Feb. 56 



2 May 56 
6 June 54 
•2 July 56 



8 Sept.54 



Robert Thomas P. Cuthbert. Lt.Col, 15 Foot ,14 July 54 

Francis Edward Pratt, Lt.Col, Royal Engineers 1 ' 

Wiliiam Henrv Edgcome, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 1 
Greuviile P- ''">' Palezieux-Falconnet, Xi.C-/.R.Eng.,i 
Edmond J. Lemovne Twvnam, Z*.G»Z.Bengal S.C. 20 Aug. 5 



June 51 
2 Dec. 
2 June 52 



John Norris Hunter, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers.. 
Thomas Hollingworth Clarkson, Major, 20 Foot . 



9 Dec. 52 
Sept. 52 



9 Dec. 53 
1 Apr. 45 



Thomas Nelson Holberton, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 12 June 52 

psc Charles B. Knowles, Lt.Col, 67 Foot 120 Feb. 55 

Maurice Edwd. Covey Stocker, Lt.Col, R. Artillery [17 Dec. 5- 

K'.liot. Larkins Robertson. Lt.Col, 106 Foot 

"James Lazzarini, Lt.Col. Malta Fencible Artillery 
Lion. Edw. H. Trafalgar Digby, Capt. Sr Lt. Col. j 

Colds. Gds ■■••••"•■"J 

Henry Edw. Home Drummond-Moray, Capt. 4- < 

Lt.Col. Scots Gds J 

v « c Hon. G. P. H. Villiers.Cop*. 4- Lt. Co/.Gren.Gds. 
p.s.c. Horatio C. N. Blanckley, Lt.Col. R. Marines ... 

Cuthbert Eccles, Lt.Col. 4 Foot 

p„.c William Kidston Elles,'-'- CB. Lt.Col. h.p. 38) 

Foot; A**i*ta,,t Adjutant General j 

Francis John Hercy.X/.CW. 2 Foot 

lion Henrv Win. Lowry Corry, Capt. 4- Lt.Col.\ 



July 57 
8 Dec. 54 
26 Aug. 59 
1 1 July 65 

22 June 55 
13 Feb. 55 
17 Feb. 54 

1 Aug. 54 

1 Aug. 54 

2 May 54 
2 Aug. 54 
4 Aug. 54 
7 Apr. 58 

20 Apr. 55 
17 Feb. 54 
25 Nov. 56 
13 Feb. ' 

23 Mar. 66 



5 Aug. 

9 July 52 

6 June 54 
8 Oct. 5 



Coldst. Gds -> 

Hoi ertWm WebbFollett, Capt. J-Lt. Col Coldst. Gds. 

William Lloyd Browne, Lt.Col, 5 Lancers 15 -Nov. 55 

Rich nd Edward Derby Ness, Major, h.p. 3 W.I.R.125 Mar. 62 

James Browne Horner Boyd, Lt.Col. 17 Foot 22 Nov. 50 

Edward William Cuming, Lt.Col. 79 Foot j2 4 July 46 



Mark Shewell, Major, Bombay Staff Corps... 13 Dec. 56 
,,.*., -.Win. Wallingford Knollys, 9 * Lt.Col. ' 

p.x.c. Henry Lock, Major, 108 Foot 

Thomas O'Neill. Major, h.p. Madras Staff Corps 

1 Tweedie, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 20 Jan. 57 

William Dalrvmple Tompson, CB. Lt.Col. 17 Foot .. '-- 

Lenox Prendergast, 95 Major, h.p. 2 Dragoons 

Julius Drake Brockman, Captain, 86 Foot 

Charles James Hughes, Lt.Col. Bengal Stall' Corps . 
Albert Henry Godfrey, Major, h.p. Depot Batt. ) 

Adjutant 4 Lanca»hire Militia ) 

Edward Tanner, Major, 8 Foot 



p. 93 Foot 22 Oct. 50 
Feb. 47 
1 Jan. 49 



_ Oct. 5 

11 Mar. 53 
10 Aug. 55 
15 May 52 
8 Feb. 50 
30 Nov. 55 



6 Mar. 67 
14 Jan. 58 
11 Aug. 54 

2 Feb. 55 

27 Oct. 54 

20 July 66 

21 July 66 



1 May 58 
9 Oct. 63 

28 Oct. 53 
31 Mar. 48 

2 Sept. 57 
5 Nov. 50 

2 Mar. 48 

3 Aug. 54 
30 Apr. 58 

3 Mar. 54 

8 Dec 

14 Sept. 57! 30 Mar. 
25 Jan. 54 



10 May 6: 

12 Sept. 56 

3 Apr. 67 
30 June 69 

9 Aug. 62 
24 Aug. 58 

1 Apr. 50 
S Feb. 61 
S Feb. ci 

4 Nov. 60 

29 June 61 
8 Apr. 59 

19 Dec. 60 

13 Feb. 63 

2 Mar. 59 

30 July 62 

10 Feb. 64 
23 Mar 

7 July 69 
iq Feb. 70 

8 Nov. 59 
18 Jan. 56 
13 JunesS 

9 Nov. 55 

2 Sept. 

17 Feb. 69 

11 Mar. 6: 

5 Sept. 67 
22 June 55 

8 Oct. 54 

13 Dec. 68 

6 Nov. 54 
16 Feb. 60 

18 Feb 

20 Jan. 69 

14 Dec. 55 

3 June 56 



_ June 7 

13 June 71 

14 .June 71 
14 June 71 
14 June 71 
14 June 71 

14 June 71 
8 July 68 
5 July 72 
5 J^y 7 2 

16 June 71 

1 Aug. 68 
5 July 7 
5 July 72 
5 July 7 2 

15 Aug. 68 
15 Aug. 68 
15 Aug. 68 
15 Aug. 68 
15 Aug. 68 
15 Aug. 68 
15 Aug. 68 
15 Aug. 68 
15 Aug. 68 
15 Aug. 68 
I5 Aug. 68 

2 Sept. 68 
29 Nov. 68 

5 July 72 

20 July 71 1 20 July 77 
o Sept. 68 21 July 77 
q Aug. 71 21 July 77 
5 July 72 '21 Juiy 77 
21 July 77 

! 1 Aug. 77 

28 May 70115 Aug. 77 
27 Aug. 70 ! . 5 Aug. 77 
5 July 72,17 Aug. 77 

5 July 72117 Aug. 77 
s July 72 1 17 Aug. 77 

6 May 70 ! 20 Aug. 77 
5 July 72 22 Aug. 77 
2 Sept. 68 23 Aug. 77 
5 July 72-24 Aug. 77 



July 68 



31 Oct. 711 
5 July 72 
13 Aug. 73 



2 g Aug. 77 
30 Aug. 77 

5 Sept. 77 
5 Sept 77 

5 Sept. 77 
15 Sept.77 
5 July 73 17 Sept.77 
27 Feb. 69 29 Sept.77 
7 May 70 29 Sept. 77 
10 May 71129 Sept.77 

29 Sept.77 

I29 Sept. 77 

1 Oct. 77 
1 Oct. 77 
1 Oct. 77 
J 1 Oct. 77 
1 1 Oct. 77 
1 Oct. 77 



:2 Oct. 68 
18 Nov. 68 

2 Dec. 

4 Dec 
14 Dec 
!7 Dec, 



Jan. 69 1 Oct. 77 



4 Apr. 
7 Dec. 



Jan. 69 

1 Jan. 69 
3 Jan. 6g 
3 Feb. 69 
3 Feb. 69 
3 Mar. 69 



Apr. 59 

May 58 '24 Mar. 69 

Sept, 60 24 Mar. 69 



Oct. 77 

Oct. 77 

Oct. 77 

Oct. 77 

Oct. 77 

Oct. 77 

: Oct. 77 

: Oct. 



22 July 78 



1 Jan. 79 
1 Mar. 72 

30 June 60 
24 Mar. 69 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



I COBNET, 
'211(1 LIEUT. 
Of ENSIGN. 



p.s.c. Henry Alex. Little, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 16 Mar. 55 29 .May 57 

William Clive Justice,™ Map; , h.p. Depot Batt no Dec. 52 20 July 55 

John Hardy, Major, h p. 9 Lancers [26 Feb. 58 13 May 59 

p.s.c. Arthur Saunders Quill, Maj. h.p. R. Canadian ) |2J Noy I Aucr 55 

Hifles ! ) ' ° , 

Edward Arthur Gore. Lt.Col. 6 Dragoons 25 Aug. 58.12 June 60' 19 Apr. 64 

Henry H. Pratt, Captain, h.p. 04 Foot, StaffOfficer) 25 j une44 | 9 Nov. 46 29 Dec. 54 

ofPensioners ) I ^ T 

Alfred Goodlad Daubeny, Lt.Col. 7 Foot ,'23 Nov. 52, 8 Sept. 54 3° Nov. 55 

Henry Charles Evans, 1 "' Major, h.p. 38 Foot '22 Apr. 53 2 Feb. 55 2 5 June 58 

Walter Raymond Nolan, 101 Major, h p. 17 Lancers ... 19 Jan. 55 10 Apr. 57I22 Apr. 59 
Andrew Smythe Montague Browne, Lt.Col. 3 Dr. Gds 18 Nov. 53 16 Mar. 55.24 Dec. 58 
Courtenay Harvey Saltren Scott, £«.&>'. Bengal S.C. 17 Aug. 52, 8 Dec. 54J 5 Aug. 59 

James Galbraith. Major, 66 Foot 12 Dec. 51 6 June 54129 *eb. 56 

William Edward Brown, £1!. Col. 13 Foot lioApr. 4926 Dec. 51 29 Dec. 54 

Thomas Fraser Dixon, Lt.Col. 39 Foot jio Apr. 49 10 Feb. 

William Molesworth Cole Acton, 102 Major, h.p. > I g eDt 2 Apr 52 

77 Foot, Recruiting Officer at L/iverness $ \ 

William Watts Corban, Lt.Col. 49 Foot 12 July 50, 3 Feb. 54 

William Davies Shipley, Lt.Col. 40 Foot 3 Mar. 48 20 Aug. 49 

Thos. Nind Woodall, ('apt. h.p. 57 F. S. O. of Pens... 18 Apr. 51 6 June 54 
p.s.c. William Henry Knight,™ Major, h.p. 4 3 Foot; > „ 0et .0 2 Aug <;o 

Assistant Adjutant and (Jr. Master General, Dover) 3 ULt " 4 °'' 

William Henry Mackesy, Major, Bengal Stan' Corps n Aug 54 8 Dec, _. 
Maunsell Mark Prendergast, Major, Bengal S. C. ... 4 Jan. 54 2 3 Nov. 56 
Chas.Vanrenen Conway-Gordon, Major, BengalS.C. 12 Jan. 55 4 May 55 

p.s.c. Philip Dovne Vigors, Lt.Col. 19 Foot 9 Oct. 46 19 July 5° 

John Edmund Harvey, (apt. h.p. 41 F. S O. of Pens. 14 Aug. 46 9 Aug. 50 
Thomas Edward t linen,™ Major, h.p. Military Train 17 May 50 13 -May 53 

James Fox Bland, Major, h.p. 76 Foot 8 Dec. 46 14 Oct. 5- 

Daniel Antoine Baby, 105 Ma /or, h.p. Military Train 28 Feb. 45 x Aug. 4: 

Henry Wallace Stroud, if.C'o/. 30 Foot 19 Mar. 43 iSAug.47 

p.s.c. Frederick J. Hutchison, 10i t Major, h.p. 64 F... 22 Dec. 48 9 May 51 

Edward D'Heillimer Fairtlough, Lt.( <,l. 4 3 Foot 20 Oct. 48 '9 Oct. 50 

Horatio Nelson Kippen, Major, h.p. 12 Foot 18 Apr. 45 20 Apr. 49 

James Cumming Clarke, Major, h.p. 76 Foot 28 Mar. 45 4 June 4 

Harry Clayton Hague, Major, h.p. n Foot 28 Aug. 46, 7 June 5 

Hugh Mackenzie, Major, h.p. 15 Foot, Secretary j A ,,', j un( ,. 

and Adjutant, B. Military Asylum ) 3 ° Apr - 47 20Jnne S 

Whiteford John Bell, 107 Major, h.p. 93 Foot 13 Nov. 46 23 M &*. 49 

George Sullivan,"" Major, h.p. 109 Foot Jan. 49 3 1 Oct. 51 

George Silvester Davies, 109 Major, h.p. Cav. Dep.... 18 Oct. 53 26 June 55 
William Henry Paul. Major, h.p. Depot Battalion . 14 May 52 27 June 54 

Matthew Tilford, 110 Major, h.p. 60 Rifles 31 May 55 17 Mar. 57 

Ralph Edward Carr, Lt.Col. 36 Foot 13 Feb. 52 10 June 53 

Frederick Bagnell, LI. Col. 12 Foot 20 Oct. 46 8.' 



14 Oct. 68 31 Mar. 69 
22 Apr. 59' 1 Apr. 69 
3 Dec. 61 19 May 69 
17 May 



Walter John Tarte, Major, h.p. Depot Battalion, / 

Adjutant ■ »-„,..-;■* J/i/le Volunteer* * ' Jul > 5 > ' 3 Jul > s8 

James Loftus Winniett Nunn, 111 Major, h.p. 80 Foot 2 Oct. 47 



Daniel Thompson, Major, h.p. 67 Foot 1 1 July 45 16 Apr. 47 

George Strachan Mignon, J. ft ol. Bombav Stall' C. 4 Feb. 53 30 June 54 

Sydenham Malthus, CB.Lt. Col. 94 Foot 24 Jan. 5211 kag. 1 

John Murray, Major, 94 Foot .... 17 Jan. 51 21 July 54 

Joseph Noble Beasley, Major, 87 Foot 17 Aug. 52 24 June : 

Richard B. Lloyd, Major, 36 Foot .... 17 Aug. 52 9 Mar. 55 

Henry Edward Watson, Lt.Col. 22 Foot 17 Dec. 52 9 Nov. 55 

Hector Barlow Vaughan, 11 -' Major, b.p. 20 Foot 30 Dec. 53 8 Dec. 54 

p.s.c. Henry Thomas Butler, Lt.Col. 13 Hussars. ,... 2 .Mar. 60 27 May ''-' 

John Richard Harvey, Major, 25 Foot 9 Mar. 49 24 July 52 

Edmund John Seoveil, Major, 96 Foot 25 Mar. 56 3° Apr. 58 

Jas. Francis Birch, ('apt. h.p. ; W.I.R.. S.O.of Pens, i 7 Jan. 42.30 Dec. 42 

William Richard White, Captain, s6 Foot 1 5 Dec. 56 30 Nov. 60 

James Browne, CSI. Major, Royal Engineers n Dec. 57 27 Aug. 58 

James Durham Dundas, Lt.Col. 60 Foot I 3 Mar. 54 

Charles Edward .Morgan. 113 Major, n.p. 67 Foot 25 Mar. 56 30 Oct. 57 

William Hamilton Richards, Major, 55 Foot 14 May 53 15 Sept. 54 

Charles Graeme Grant, M ajor, 17 Foot 28 Oct. 53 8 Dec. 54 

Francis Charles Hill, Lt.Col. 56 Foot 21 Oct. 53 18 Aug. 54 

Stanley de Astel Calvert Clarke, Major, h.p. 6 Dr. 1 1 , .„_ „' j an ?6 

Guards; Equerry to H.Ji.R. the Prince of* Hales \ 3 AUg " 55 *> JdU ' 5 ° 

Edgar Gardner, Major, h.p. 2 West India Regiment 18 Jan. 61 25 Mar. 62 

Henry George White, Major, 1 Foot '30 Dec. 5329 Dec. 54 

Wm. Barwell Browne Barwell, Lt. Col. 52 Foot 20 Apr. 60 26 Feb. 64 

Horace Montagu,'" Major, h.p. 8 Hussars 1 ; Feb. 55 19 June 57 

Archibald Hammond Uttersou, Major, 17 Foot ,25 Aug. 54, 9 Mar. 55 

14 May 52:24 June 53 
21 Jan. 53 21 Sept. 54 

15 Jan. 47 13 Sept. 51 
5 Nov. 54 9 Mar. 55 



Norman JHacdonald. 115 Lt. Col. h.p. 5 Foot 

Charles Jocelyn Cecil Sillery, Major, 12 Foot 

R. H. Brooke, Capt. h.p. Ceylon Rifles, S. O.of Pens 
John Malone Sexton, Major, Bombav Staff Corps ... 
Chas.Wni.St.John,CVi^a!H,h.p.9 4 F. StaffO.of Pens. 11 Feb. 48 6 Oct. 48 

Thomas Maul >ourg Bailie. Major, 52 Foot 29 July 62; 2 June 65 

p.s.c. VVL Aylmer Spicer Cameron, Major, 25 Foot 
p.s.c. Thomas Erskine Arthur Hall, Lt.Col. h.p. 49 
Foot ; Professor at the Staff Colleqe . . 

James Nicholas Colthurst, Lt. Col. 6 Foot 

Thomas Rennie Stevenson, Major, 87 Foot 

Arthur Hare Vincent, Major, 3 Hussars 

Mon. Charles James Fox-Powys, Lt.Col. 69 Foot .... 

Henry Parnell, CB.Lt. Col. 3 Foot '23 May 55 9 Nov. 55 5 Sept 

EdmundChas.Domville,C(/7)Mi.p.R.Mar.S.O.ofPens.i 6 May 4427 Dec. 47I 5 Sept.55 

William Taylor Corrie, Lt.Col. n Foot 7 Nov. 56,15 June 58,23 July 61 

Malcolm John Robert MacGregor, Lt.Col. 18 Foot. |2o June 57:23 Apr. 58117 Nov. 63 

Marcus L. M'Causland, Lt.Col. n Foot 23 July 52 24 Mar. 54 2 Oct. 58 

Francis Dalrymple Walters, Lt. Col. 82 Foot I 6 June 54 1 9 Feb. 55^2 May 57 

George Anthony Morgan, Major, 35 Foot 16 Sept. 51 6 June 54 ' 9 Sept. 55 



Apr. 70 

July 70 

22 June 58 

22 Nov. 62 

June 55 

30 Jan. 59 

6 Mar. 60 

4 June 59 
9 Nov. 66 

30 Mar. 58 
1 May 67 

5 Aug. 59 
25 May 60 

7 July 55 
9 Sept.55 

o Aug. 55 

13 Sept. 61 

17 Aug. 55 

3 June 68 

9 July 52! 1 Sept.si 13 Dec. 59 

2 Sept.53: 5 June 55 11 May 60 

. Oct. 51 11 May 55 17 Nov. 63 

4 Jan. 61 16 Jan. 63 23 Mar. 66 

Dec. 57I 9 Apr. 61114 Aug. 67 

23 Mar. 58 18 Feb. 59 22 Nov. 64 



29 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 54 

29 Dec. 54 

13 Apr. 58 
29 Dec. 54 
15 May 55 

6 Dec. 59 
20 July 60 

3 Aug. 60 
9 Mar. 58 
23 Mar. 55 1 

7 Sept.55 
15 Feb. 561 

17 July 57 

18 Sept.57 



29 May 69 

29 May 69 
14 June 69 
23 June 69 
23 June 69 

23 June 69! 

30 June 69: 
18 July 69I 
18 Aug. 69 1 

14 Sept.69 
20 Sept.69 

24 Oct. 69 
28 Oct. 69 
10 Nov. 69 

15 Nov. 69' 
1 Dec. 69 
4 Jan. 70 
8 Feb. 70 
1 Mar. 70 
7 Mar. 70 

Apr. 70 
Apr. 70 
Apr. 70 
Apr. 70 
Apr. 70 



) Nov. 57 1 Apr. 70 
8 Jan. 58 1 Apr. 70 



Apr. 70 
Apr. 70 
Apr. 7° 
Apr. 70' 
Apr. 70 



Jan 
15 Jan. 58 
26 Feb. 58 
9 Mar. 58 
23 July 5 S 

1 .May ;g 1 Apr. 70 
3 July 60, 1 Apr. 70 

2 July 61 1 Apr. 70 
.'-, Oct. < 4 1 Apr. 70 
25 Jan. 56 3 Apr. 70 

8 Jan. 58 9 Apr. 70 
7 Sept. 61 1 1 Apr. 70 

_>7 Nov. 57 27 Apr. 70 

30 Nov. 55 - 

lo Nov. 60 13 June 70 

;, 1 .Mar. 63 29 June 7" 

19 Nov. 5 6 July 70 
22 Dec. 60 20 July 70 
1 June s : ~i 27 July 70 
25 Jan. 59 27 July 70 
."> -Mar. s : ~> ■' ' Aug. 7,. 
.0 Now 65 17 Aug. 70 1 
12 Dec. 59) 3 Sept. 70 

7 Oct. 59 1 4 Sept. 7,1 

6 Apr. 55I15 Sept. 70 



12 Oct. 70 1 
5 Nov. 70 
12 Nov. 7,. 
12 Nov. 70 
14 Dec. 70 

14 Jan. 71 
25 Jan. 71 

4 Feb. 71 

19 Mar. 71 
25 Mar. 71 
25 -Mar. 71 

5 Apr. 71 

15 Apr. 71 
30 Apr. 71 

1 May 71 

11 May 71 

20 May 71 

8 June 71 
10 June 71 

21 June 71 
28 June 71 

28 June 71 
28 June 71 
28 June 71 
5 July 71 

12 July 71 
14 July 71 

22 July 71 
22 July 71 
24 July 71 

9 Sept. 71 

13 Sept. 71 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



ti :;m<.\ 



I wnEif 
'placed on 

HALE TAT. 



12 Jan. 55 13 Dec. 61 17 Sept. 7 
1 May 55 29 July 6- 20 Sep:. 7: 
9 Mar. 5S 17 Mar. 63 20 Sept. 7: 



Albert Seagrim, Lt. Col. Bengal Staff Corps 12 Mar. 

p.s.e. Harry Armstrong Brett, Major, 43 Foot S Sept 

Edward Abbott Xobleu, 110 Major, h.p. 18 Foot 31 May 

Th Rifl G es°' °' L)or - 0; - hue Hei vcy ' Major ' hp< Ce - vW } is Oct. 54)29 Aug. 56 20 Dec. so 1 ' Oct. 7 
James EatonAn2u<:.iacknitosh, :;; .U'.. -Jim. 53 23 Nov. 56 30 July 62 7 Oct. 7 

William Sewcomeu Watte, Major, 1 Foot 9 Dec. 45 21 Mar. 48 21 Sept. 55 ?5 Oct. 7 



Adrian Bennett. Major, 7 Foot ! 5 Xov. 54 

Sheffield Grace,' 18 Major, h.p. 68 Foot 117 Oct. 51 

Shadwell H. Clerke,.!/. • •■jr. h. p. 2iFoot,Gejrf. ot^rmJ 3 Dec. 52 

Henry Pye Phtllipps, Lt.Col. 2 Foot 12 May 54 

Martin Pierce Blake, Major, h.p. 5 Dragoon Guards 23 Mar. 60 

Dawson Stockley Wan en, Lt. Vol. 14 Foot 19 Dec. 51 

Henry Thornliill, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 17 Dec. 51 

Arthur Thornton GratwickePearse, Lt.Col. R. Art.. 17 Dec. 51 

Thomas Priaulx Carey, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 17 Dec. 51 

John Merrin Cutcliffe Drake, Lt.Col. Royal Eng 1 17 Dec. 51 

Edward Renouard James, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers.. ^17 Dec. 51 

Henry James Alderson, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 23 June 52 

Alex. Hadden Hutchinson, Lt. Col. Royal Artillery 
Fred. George Ravenhill, Lt Col. Royal Artillery .. 
John F. Dykes Donnelly, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Alex, de Courcy Scott, 'Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Lonsdale Augustus Hale, Lt Col. h.p. Royal Eng. ... 
John Edward Ruck-Keene, Lt.Col. Roval Artillery... 
Henry Win. HartDavies Duuiaresq.Zr.CV.R. Eng. 
Arthur ReidLempriere, LA. Co!. Royal Engiueers ... 
i>.s.c.Fra.Towry Adeane Law, CB. Lt.Col. R. Art.... 

Major Francis Downes, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Falkland Geo. Edgeworth Warren, Lt.Col.R, Artillery 



t Oct. 71 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct, 77 

1 Oct. 77 

r Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

tOct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 



9 Mar. 55 1 May 58 28 Oct. 71 

5 Dec. 54 15 June 58 28 Oct. 71 

6 Nov. 54 26 Mar. 58 31 Oct. 71 

15 Jan. 56 16 Xov. 60 31 Oct. 71 
17 May 61 1 Feb. 63 ji Oct. 71 

16 Dec. 53 10 Apr. 57: 3 Xov. 71, 

17 Feb. 54 1 Apr. 59 5 July 721 1 Oct. 
17 Feb. 54 1 Apr. 59' 5 July 72 1 1 Oct. 77 
17 Feb. 54 1 Apr. 59 1 5 July 721 1 Oct. 77: 
17 Feb. 54, 1 Apr. 59 5 July 72 1 Oct. 77 
17 Feb. 54 1 Apr. 59 5 July 72 | 1 Oct. 77 
17 Feb. 54 1 Apr. 59 5 July 72 1 1 Oct. 77 
17 Feb. 54 1 Apr. 59 5 July 72; 
17 Fell. 54 1 Apr. sg 5 July 72! 
17 Feb. 54 1 Apr. 5g ( 5 July 72! 
17 Feb. 54 1 Apr. 59! 5 July 72 
21 Mar. 54 10 May 59 5 July 72 



31 Oct. 71 
'24 Feb. 72 
31 Oct. 71 

31 Oct. 71 
26 June 72 

17 Mar. 77 



23 June 52 
23 June 52 
22 June 53 

22 June 53 
21 Deo. 53 

23 June 52 1 17 Feb. 54 23 May 59 

21 Dec. 53 31 Mar. 54 24 May 59 
J21 Dec. 53:20 June 54 20 June 59 

22 Dec. 52Ji7Feb. 5425 Sept.59 
22 Dec. 52 17 Feb. 54 14 Xov. 59 

I22 Dec. 52|t7 Feb. 54 14 Nov. 58 



Nov 

Xov. 59 
Feb. 61 



John Popham Maquay, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 114 Aug. 54(14 Aug. 54, 
Robert Xicholl Dawson-Scott. Lt.Col. R. Engineers'14 Aug. 54 16 Aug. ^4 

Walter Wm. Woodward, Lt. Col, Royal Artillery 9 Dec. 52^7 Apr. 5S 

Joseph Beatty, Lt. Col. Royal Engineers 9 Dec. 52 23 Jan. 56(25 Sept. 61 

Arthur MoffattLang, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 12 June 52 10 Mar. 57,10 Mar. 62 

Charles Simeon Thomason, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers! 12 June 52 6 June 57 1 July 02 
Salusbury Thomas Trevor, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers! 9 Dec. 52 6 June 57 1^ July 62 

John Hills, Lt. Col. Royal Engineers 8 June 54 5 Xov. 5-7 1 1 Sept. 6^ 

John Charles Tayler, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 9 Dec. 53 31 May 58 29 Feb. 64 

Henry Montgomery Finlay, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 9 Dec. 53 27 Aug. 58^9 Feb. 64 
Wm. Henry M'Causland, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ...( 8 June 54 27 Aug. 58 10 June 64 
Frederick Edward Hadow, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery...! 8 June 54 27 Aug. 58117 June 6j. 
Horatio Powys Lane, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ....'.... 8 June ^5 27 Aug. 58! 7 Jan. 65 
Joseph Hamilton Maskery, Lt.Col. Royal Marines '14 Xov. 48 28 Sept. 52^0 Apr. 60 
George Brydges, Lt.Col. Royal Marine Artillery 30 Dec. 48 13 Dec. 52 13 July 60 



1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77; 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 771 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77: 

1 Oct. 77 

Oct. 77 



ZordAlg.Cha. Gordon-Lennox, Capt.SfLt. Col.Gv'. Gds 

p.s.c. Clifford Parsons, Major, 3 Foot 

Patrick Charles Anderson, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery.. 
George Bernard Morgan, Captain, h.p. 77 F.;Town\ 

Major, Gibraltar j' 

Edward Xapoleon L'Estrange, Major, 21 Foot 

Arthur Trevor Leake Chapman. Major, 34 Foot 

Edward Osborne Hewett, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers... 

Lionel Lowdham Brett, Lt.Col. 2 W.I. R 

Thomas Phillips. Lt. Col. 18 Hussars 

William Hull Caine, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Thomas Lloyd Still, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Malcolm Charles Fan-in gton. Major, 51 Foot 

William Henry Hore West, Lt.Col. Royal Marines.. 
Constantine Phipps Carey, Lt.Col, Royal Engineers 
Thomas Henry Way, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps ... 
Claude Malet Ducat, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps ... 
Welby Wroughton Boddam, Z/.CV.Bengal Staff C. 
Edwin Arch. Chester Lambert, Lt.Col. Bengal S. 0. 

Alfred Utterson, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 

Hen. R. M. Van Heythuysen, Lt.Col, Bombay S. C. 
John Arthur Brockman, Capt.h.p. 6 F. ; S.O.of Pens. 

Nowell Swanston, Lt.Col, Madras Staff Corps 

Charles Frederic Boulton, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff O... 

James Giberne Bell, LA. Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Henry Annesley Justice, Lt Col. Madras Staff C. ... 

Joseph Hanwell, LA. Col. Royal Artillery 

Henry Fludyer, Capt, Sc Lt'.Cl. Scots Guards 

Arthur Robert Wilson, LA. Col. Bombay Staff Corps 
John Rootsey Strutt, Lt, Col. Bombay' Staff Corps . . . 
John Thomas Chandler, Captain, h.p. 47 F.; S.0. 1 

of Pensioners j 

Charles Brodie Footman Penny, Lt.Col.R. Engineers 

Attilio Sceberras, Lt.Col 08 Foot 

John Michael de Courcy Meade, Lt.Col, R. Marines 
Evelyn Pulteney Gurdo'n, Lt.Col, Bengal Staff Corps 
Robert Straker Turton, Lt.Col, 2 West India Regt 
V€ Arthur Frederick Pickard, CB. Major, R. Art. 

Valentine Ryan, Lt.Col. 64 Foot 

Lionel Smith Warren, Lt.Col. 65 Foot 

Son. Evelyn Edw. Thos. Boscawen, Capt <f- Lt.Col. ~) 

Coldstream Guards j 

Geo. Sneddon Hawthorn, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff "o. 
Hon. James Hay Frascr, Lt.Col, Bengal Staff Corps 
Thomas Kettlewell, LA. Col, Bombay Staff Corps ... 
Wheatley Robertson, Lt. Col. Madras Stuff Corps 
Joshua Frederick Betty, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Edw. Hill Ratcliffe Chambers, Lt.Col, Madras's. 6. 

Howell Davis, Lt.Col. 29 Foot 

Herbert Francis Eaton, Capt. <[- Lt.Col. Gren. Gds . 



1 Jan. 67 

I Feb. 49 
9 Dec. 50 

II July 54 
18 Feb. 53 
24 Xov. 49 

14 Aug. 54 

15 Jan. 58 
26 Sept. 56 26 Ma 

8 June 55 27 Au 
22 Dec. 52 
10 June 53 
14 Xov. 48 
14 Aug. 54 
12 Dec. 51 
12 Dec. 51 
12 Dec. 51 
12 Dec. 51 
12 Dec. 51 

12 Dec. 51 
20 May 42 

13 Dec. 51 
13 Dec. 51 
13 Dec. 51 
13 Dec. 51 
22 Dec. 52 



29 May 67 23 Mar. 71 
10 Dec. 52I25 Sept. 55 
8 June 56:12 Sept. 59 

5 Xov. 54] 3 Oct. 55 
23 Junes5[22 May 57 

7 Mar. 51 j 26 Oct. 55 
20 Oct. 54: 1 Feb. 60 
17 Jan. 60 j 1 May 68 
,26 Mar. 58:24 May 61 
1 27 Aug. 58 6 Feb. 65 

7 Feb. 54' 12 Mar. 60 

3 Xov. 54 23 J 



5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 721 1 Oct. 77 

5 July 72 1 Oct. 77 

5 July 72] 1 Oct. 77 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 7= 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 Jury 72 
5 July 72 



1 wet 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

Oct. 77 



5 July 72 1 Oct. 77 

27 Aug. 72 1 Oct. ■" 
1 Oct. 

1 Oct. 

2 Oct. 77 
4 Oct. 77 

11 Oct. 

i^Oct. 77 

20 Oct. 77 

21 Oct. 77 
Oct. 77 



[9 Xov 
5 July 72 

4 Dec. 71 

5 Dec. 71 
7 Dec. 71 
5 July 72 
1 Apr. 74 



July 74 31 Oct. 77 
5 July 72 11 Xov 
5 July 72 24 Xov. 77 
23 Dec. 71! 2 Dec. 



u t .ii^ ;uj-j """• /'I - ~"«- // 

Apr. 60 2 Oct. 72 2 Dec. 77 



18 Oct. 

15 Xov. 54! 17 May 6oj 5 July 72 5 Dec. 77 
31 Jan. 55^0 July 62:12 Dec. 71 12 Dec. 77 

21 May 55 12 Dec. 631 12 Dec. 71 12 Dec. 77 

22 Oct. 55U2 Dec. 63 12 Dec. 71 12 Dec. 
14 Jan. 56112 Dec. 63 12 Dec. 71 12 Dec. 77 
20 Aug. 56 12 Dec. 65 12 Dec. 71 12 Dec. 
29 July 5712 Dec. 63 12 Dec. 71 12 Dec. 

7 June 44 S Xov. 53I 1 Jan. 72 12 Dec. 77 

28 Oct. 53! 1 Jan. 62I13 Dec. 71 13 Dec. 77 
2 Sept.54113 Dec. 63 13 Dec. 71 13 Dec. 77 

29 Aug. 55:13 Dec. 63 1 13 Dec. 71,13 Dec, . . 

30 Apr. 5613 Dec. 63! 13 Dec. 71 13 Dec. 77 
17 Feb. 5416 Mar. 60 5 July 72 15 Dec. 77 

29 May 661 7 July 69 jigDec. 77 

30 Dec. 53 20 Dec. 63 20 Dec. 7u2oDec. 77 

23 Xov. 56 '20 Dec. 63 20 Dec. 71,20 Dec. 77 
24 Mar. 43 10 Oct. 45:16 Xov. 55 5 Jan. 72 21 Dec. 77 

7 Sept.54 4 Dec. 57 1 Sept.63l 5 July 7a, 21 Dec - 77 

Apr. 46 21 Jan. 48: 9 Mar. 58I 6 Jan. 72^5 Dec. 77 

20 Feb. 49 27 Dec. 52, 1 Aug. bo 23 Apr. 73(25 Dec. 77 

Jan. 52 23 Xov. 56 20 Jan. 64|2oJan. 72(20 Jan. 78 

26 Feb. 58I 8 Aug. 60 13 Aug. 6S1 1 Apr. 74J 2 Feb. 78 

22 June 58 28 Sept.71! 6 Jan. 72 8 Feb. 78 

30 Xov. 49I 2 Jan. 52 16 Mar. 5S1 5 July 72U6 Feb. 78 

23X0V. 52U8 Aug. 54 3 Sept. 63 17 May 76 .6 Feb. 78 

22 July 66 5 Mar. 70 U6 Feb. 78 

20 Feb. 52(11 May 54' 20 Feb. 64)20 Feb. 72^0 Feb. 78 
20 Feb. 5223 Xov. 56 20 Feb: 64 20 Feb. 72(20 Feb. 78 
o Feb. 52 23 Xov. 56 20 Feb. 64 20 Feb. 72:20 Feb. 78 
o Feb. S2 15 Sept 5720 Feb. 64 20 Feb. 72,20 Feb. 78 
2 Dec. 52(17 Feb. 54 24 Mar. 60 5 July 72 20 Feb. 78 
26 Feb. 52(23 Xov. 5 6[26 Feb. 64(26 Feb. yvzS Feb. 78 
19 Dec. 57;i2 June6oi6 Jan. 63 23 Jan. i$' 2 Mar. 78 
'29 May 67' 9 Apr. 70' 1 2 Mar. 78 1 



I 'olorn Is 



7- 



CORNET, 
2Bld LIEUT. 

orENSIGN. 



June 49 
6 Feb. 57 
i June 52 



tfffi Hans Garrett Moore, 3/iy'or, 93 Foot 7 June 55 

William Daunt, Lt. Col. 9 Foot 13 Sept. 

John Ord Hasted, if. Co*. Royal Engineers I 1 "' 

Francis Constantine Trent, Major, 48 Foot 18 Sept. 

Charles K. Mackenzie Walter, Lt.Col. Bengal S. 0. 20 Mar. 52 

Francis Wm. Thomas, Lt.Col. Royal Marines 

Win. Edw. Montgomery, Capf. # Lt.Col. Scots Gds 

Albert Peel Garnett, Lt.Col. n Hussars 

John Stephenson Ferguson, Major 4- Lt.Col. 2") 
Life Guards I 

Robert Algi ■: Walters, U Col. Madras StaffC. . " Apr. 52 

John Kelly 11 ,Msw >rth, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 22 Dec. 52 

George Franc s W .'-'.-v. /..'.< oi. it iyal Artillery " June 53 
Lord E. W. Pelhiim Clinton, Lt.Col. Itulc Brigade 9 June 
Philip Edward Victor Gilbert, CB. Xi'.tv,/. 13 Fo )t... 13 -Tan. 

Edward Baldwin Wake, Lt.Col. 21 Hussars 20 Oct. 

William James Hales, 122 Captain, h.p. loFoot 19 Aug. 

Charles Mansfield Clarke, CB. Lt.Col. 57 Foot 1 Mar. 56 

George Newmarch, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 9 Dec. 52 

Walter Philip Otway, Copt. <*• Lt.Col. Colds. Gds. ... 

Walter Musgrave, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 11 June 52 

Henrv St. Maur Wynch, Lt. Col. Madras Staff Corps 12 June 52 
Charles Jameson, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 12 June 52 

Patrick Wilson Bannernian, Lt.Col. Bmuinj s. f . 13 June 52 
Francis James Thomas Ross. Lt.Col. Bombay S. ('. 13 J-unes2 
Edward Richard C. Wilcox, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. ... 13 June 52 
Wm. Augustus Cillespie, Lt. Col. Bombay Stail'Corps 13 J'Jne 52 
Henry Robert B. Worslev. Lt.Col. Bengal Stall" C. ... 13 June 



26 Oct. 55 19 June 72 1 Apr. 74 
Feb. 53 29 Feb. 56 14 Feb. 72 

7 Apr. 58 22 Mar. 63 5 July 72 

2 Apr. 52 21 Dec. 55 4 Mar*. 72 

26 Fell. 56 20 Mar. 64 20 Mar. 72 
15 Aug. 53 26 Apr. 61 17 May 74 

27 June 60 5 Mar. 70 

5 Mar. 58 14 June 59 5 July 7 

8 Dec. 54! 5 Sept. 50! 5 July 7' 
23 Nov. 56 ■ ' Apr. 64 11 Apr. 72 

7 Feb. 54 26 Mar. 60J 5 July 72 

7 Apr. 58 iS Feb. 61 ; Julj 72 

8 Dec. 54 1 Sept.57 5 July 72 
26 June 55 23 Mar. 01 1 Apr. 71 

26 Apr. 56 30 July 62 :q July 71 
25 May 53 iS Jan. 56 21 Mar. 72 

18 Nov. 59 25 Sept. 67 26 July 71 

27 June 57 31 Dee. 62 5 July 72 
14 Aug. 66 30 Mar. 70 

19 Jan. 55 11 June 64 n June 72 
23 Nov. 56 12 June 64 12 June 72 

3 Nov. 56 ,12 June 64 12 June 72 
3 May 54 13 June 64' 13 Jul 

20 Sept. 55 13 June 64 13 June 72 
~ July 56 : i3 June 64 13 June 72 

Oct. 56 13 June 04 1 i June; 



23 Nov. 56 
Richard Griffith, Zf.'cW.Madras Stall" Corps ■ ; June 52 23 Nov. 56 

Edmund Yeamaus Walcott, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 20 June 52 1 
Alex. M'Leod Stewart, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps .. 20 June 52 18 Mar. 57 

John Granville Harkness. Major, 5 Foot 13 May 53 19 Aug. 54 

p.s.c. Robert Grant, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 23 Oct. 54 13 Dec. 54 

Wm. Shapter Hunt, Lt.Col. Madras siain '.., ■, ■ ■ July ;o June 54 

Edward Harding Steward, Lt.Col. !t .■. ai :: - vt. 54 13 Dec. 54 

George Bell Crispin, Lt.Col. Bombay St. ill" c, rps -o July 52 to Dec. 55 

Charles Joseph Stuart, Lt.Col. .Ma. Ira- Stall" 1 •■:■;.- •' ; -'"«v. 56 

Fffl John Chas. Campbell Daunt.J C0I.B1 < July 57 

Wffliam De WUton>Roche Thac ■ .■.■ I ot 10 June 5315 Dec. Pel ; July ,. 

John Thornhill Bushbw /./ C,'. IV:, -a, S: ill" ' rps 1 ' i.ug. 52 17 May 54 10A11 

John James Boswell. Lt Col. Bengal Stall' 1 'nrn.s ... 10 Aug. 52 2 3 Nov. 56 10 Aug. 64 10 Aug. 72 



3 June 64 13 June 
13 June 64 13 June 72 
20 June 64 10 -I one 
20 June 64 20 June 72 
18 Jan. 56 30 Mar. 72 

8 Aug. 60 5 July 72 

6 July 72 

20 Sept. 60 i Julj ,- 

20 July ( j, 20 July 72 

22 July 



9 Mar. 70 
S Mar 

20 -Mar. 78 
la Mar. 78 

1 Apr. 7; 

2 Apr. 7; 

(Apr. 

Apr. 72 

1 Apr. 7 8 

>7 -•'■ :•• • 7 :; 

7 Apr 

Apr. 78 

1 .May 78 

1 June 70 
1 June 78 

12 June 78 

i ; .: one - 

13 June 7S 

13 June 78 

1 
20 June 72! 
20 June 78 



WHEN 

'LAX'ED ON 
fAT.F PAY. 



Hardress Edmond Waller, Lt. Col. Bengal Stall' ( '. 10 Aug. 52 

Frederic Pocklingt on, J/iy'or, 5 Foot 19 Oct. 

William Starke, Major, 15 Foot .-Mar. 55 

Henry Tyndall, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal Stuff Corps .. ■ . Aug. = . 
William Morgan Frazer, Lt.Col Madras staff Corps 'An 
James Joseph. Collins, Lt.Col. 61 Foot ; Aug. 54 

Charles James Cotes, Cuff. ,*■ I.t.Col. Civ,,. Guards 
Wm. Stevens, 12 * Capt. h.p. 2 F. ; Military Knight 1 

of Windsor J' 

St. John Willans, Major, 36 Foot . . 

Hervey Juckes Lloyd Bruce, Captain .(• Lt.Col.') 

Coldstream Guards j " ' ' '" " 

Rowland Smith, Lt.Col. Bengal Stall' Corps J26 Aug. 52 

John Smith Cannon, Captain, h.p. Gold Coast ) |, R T .,„ ., 

Art. Corps, S. O. Of Pensioners j f 8 Jan - 4 

Montagu Mitchell Procter, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 

Thomas Prittie Cosby, Major, 14 Foot 2 : Nov. ; 2 

Wm. Slaney Kenyon'-Slan ey, ( 'apt. .)• Lt.Col. (t. (ills, 

p.s.c. Thomas Gonne, Lt.Col. 17 Lancet 

Charles Caldwell Grantham, Lt.Col. h.p. .so Foot i6Sept.45 

Frederic Allen, Lt. Col. Bengal Staff Corps -■■ ' Sep- . .-..• 

Edward Fra. Hunter Armstrong. ir. Col. MadrasS.i 

Frederic Pelhnm Bartholomew, Lt.Col. Bomb 

Tnlin Pnhovft. Tt /"»«; T?rt««..,i StaU'Corns •" *"*' '"' "' 

ffnAt 



ry Train, S. 0. 



'u/.Benga! S.( 
apt. 4- Lt.Col. 



Corps 

•tillery 



27 Sept. 52 
12 Oct. 



John Roberts, Lt. Col 
Philip Gibaut, Major, h.p. 73 
Henry Miller, Captain, h.p. 

ol Pensioners 

mG row Wat irfield, I 

Amelius Richard Marl: ! k 

Coldstream Cuards . 
Frederick Peter I.uard, Lt.C 
Win. Alex. Patrick Wyllie. L 
Alexander Bruce, Lt Col. Bei 

John Addy, 125 Captain, Adjutant Recruiting District 
William Henry James Clarke. Major, 72 Foot 
p.s.c. John North Crealock, CB. Captain, 95 Foot ... 

Edward Hopton, Major, S3 Foot 

Apsley Cherry, Major. 90 Foot 

Arthur Allen Owen. Major, SS Foot 

Arthur Harness, CB. Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Warren, CMG. Major, Royal Engineers 
Henry Cardew, Lt.Col. Royal Anill-iv 
Mordaunt Martin Fitzi b-rald. /..'.( ', .'. Hoyal Artillery 
John Mackenzie. C„,,..',;„.c,,a,t liruade of Artillery 
George Retime Manderson, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 13 June 5 i 
Spencer Alfre 1 Taylor .judge, Lt.Col. iteugal S. C... 9 Dec. 52 
James Lilderdale, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps . .. 9 Dec. 52 
Henry Glover Puckle, Lt Col. Madras Staff Corns . 9 Dec. 52 
Alexander Temple Cox. Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 10 Dec. 52 
Archibald ti. I i.uglas Logan, Lt. Col. Madras S C 12 Dec. 
Sidney Herbert Williams, if. Co,. Mr,, Iras staff C... 12 Dec 
Charles Vaughan Arbuckie, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
p.s.c. Hon. Everard Henry Primrose, Capt. SrLt. Col. ) 
Grenadier Guards C 



3 Oct. 



12 I >et . 52 

22 Dec. 52 
20 Oct. 52 

19 Aug. 51 

13 Oct. 54 
27 Oct. 54 

May 35 
31 May 59 



S Apr. 53 
9 Dec. 50 



1 Aug. 72 
8 Dec. Apr. 72 

27 .May 56 17 July 60I13 Apr. -2 

! 2 AN]' I Ulg. „ 

23 Nov. ■ Vug. 72 

23 Mar. 55 19 July 59 5 July 72 
7 Aug. 67 



24 Apr. ss 
30 Apr. 55 
22 Nov. 64 



June 

25 Jan. 56 23 Apr. 72 
25 Jan. 56 23 Apr. 72 
30 Mar. 70 



23 Nov. 56 26 Aug. 64 20 j 
14 Apr. 46 28 Jan. 56 ! 






23 Nov. 1 \m.'. 73 

11 Aug. 54 24 July 57 8 May 72 

aly 70 

11 Sent 1 Aug. 74 

23 Oct. 47 23 July 58 : 
29 Aug. 54 20 Sept. 1.4 > Sept. 72 
31 May V 

23 Nov. 56 •' ' Sept. ■ ; 20 Sept. 7 

23 Nov. 56 27 Sepl Sept. 78 

6 June 54' 4 Nov. . 1 is May 7 
2 Feb. 



10 Aug. 78 

1 > Aug. 78 

•' 

2 - Aug. 7I 
1 Aug. 

20 Aug. 7 8 

\ 1 . 7 ; 
- I Aug. 78 
24 Aug. 7 b 
26 Aug. 78 
29 Aug. 7 £ 
31 Aug. 78 

8 Septal 

10 Sept. 78 20 Aug. 7 u 
- Sept. 78 



Feb. 56 23 May 72 
23 Nov. 1 : 1 >ct. 72 

1 Dec. 66ji3 May 70I 

30 Nov. 53113 Feb. 62 12 1 lei 7 
7 Feb. 54J 1 Apr. 60) 5 July 72 
3 Nov. 56 20 Oct. 64 20 Oct. 72J2 
6 Sept.551 1 Feb. 56 13 June 72 
9 Aug. 6014 June 72 1 



2 Oct. 78 

3 Oct. 78 

Oct. ,2 

6 Oct. 7 S 

» 1 

3 Nov. 78 

,.,.! Nov. 7:: 

May 59 J 5 July 72 n Nov. 78 

13 Nov. 60 25 Oct. 73 1 [ Nov. 781 

29 Oct. 61 10 Sept. 74 1 1 ' 

Sept. 60 .j June 77 1 , N iv. 7- 
68 ,8 .1 line 77 11 Nov. 78 
69(10 Apr. 7S;i: Nov. 78 



Dec. 

9 Feb. 55 

9 Feb. 55 

8 Jan. 56 
13 Nov. 60 

June 57 25 < »<'t 
2 j 1 lee. -7 20 Oct, 

7 Mar. 54 1 Apr. 6d| 5 July 7 2|i6 Nov. 78 

6 June 561 10 Feb. 6oi 5 July 72 27 Nov. 78 
2 Sept. 55! 1 Feb. 56! 19 Juno 72 2) Nov. 78 

7 Nov. s6 : i2 Mar. 60I 5 July 72J 9 Dec. 78 
10 Nov. 55 1 9 Dec. 64 9 Dec. 72] 9 Dec. 78 

Oct. 56 9 Dec. 64J 9 Dec. 72 9 Dec " 

1 Nov. 58 1 9 Dec. 64] 9 Dec. 72 

2 Oct. 56! 10 Dec. 64 10 Dec. 72 
s Dec. 53 12 Dec. 64112 Dec. 72 

3 Nov. 56 12 Dec. 64 12 Dec. 72 
1 Feb. 57 3i May 60 5 July 72 



Oct. 73 



Apr. 



Aug. 70 



to Dec. 78 

12 Dec. 78 

12 Dec. 78 

14 Dec. 78 

14 Dec. 73 



13 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



CORNET, 
2nd LIEUT. 
orENSIGN. 



Mildmay Willson Willson, Capt 4- Lt.Col. Scots Gds. 
Alexander Thomson Reid, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C... 
"William Henry Ross, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps ... 
John Hugh Edward Johnson, Lt.Col. Madras S. C... 
James William Hope Johnstone, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 

John Lampen, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

John Charles Hay, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Terence Weatherhead Waverlev Smythe, Maj. :coF. 
». Win. Paterson, Capt. h.p. 63 F. Prof. R. 21. College 
Frederick Augustus Howes, Lt.Col. R. Engineers ... 
Wm. Egerton Todd, dipt. h.p. Si F., S. O. of Pens. 
Richard Win. Woods, Cipt. h.p. 3 P., S. O. of Pens. 

Hugh Arthur Chichestei . Major. Si Foot 

Samuel Fritohe Blyth, Major, 35 Foot 

Ambrose M.Cardew, Cap*, h.p. JJepotBatt.,S.O.of P. 

William Young, Major, 14 Foot 

William Thomas Baker. Major, 12 Foot 

Charles Alexander Thomson, v ^ Major, h.p. 54 Foot 

John David Downing, 1 - 9 Captain, h.p. 28 Foot 

Joseph Logan. 13 " Capt. h.v. 2 F. Recruit. Officer.Londot 

p.».c. Wilsone Black, CB' Major, ? 4 Foot 

Wm. Alex. Godley, Capt. h.p. 56 Foot, S.O. of Pens. 
Charles Finnerty, Capt. TJnatt.. S. O. of Pensioners 
Robert Reid, Captain, h.p. 98 Foot, S. O. of Pens. .. 

John Macdonald Leith, Major. 79 Foot 

Charles Henry Browne, Lt.Col. 97 Foot 

David James Welsh, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Hoiatio Otto Hitchins, Lt.Cul. Royal Artillery 

John Stewart, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Edward Lindsay Hawkins, Lt. Col. Royal Artillery.. 
Wm. Bentinck Cumberland, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

John Ritchie, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ." 

Charles Hunter, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

George Balfour Traill, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Christopher Hewetson Barnes, Lt Cot. R. Artillery.. 

Thomas Porter Berthon, Lt. Col. Royal Artillery 

Philip Hamner Harcourt, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery .. 

Minto Elliot, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

James Gavin Lindsay, Lt. Col. Royal Engineers 

Christopher Edward Xewport.Xf. Col. Royal Artillery 
John Underwood Bateman-Champain, Zr.Co/.R.Eng 

William Henry Burton, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Robert Charles Boileau Pemberton, Lt.Col. R. Eng. 

Robert Home, Lt. Col. Royal Engineers 

William Jeffreys, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Brownlow Hugh Mathew, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

David Ward, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Edward Parry Gambler, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers .. 

Xobert Roche Franks, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Rawson Aislabie, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Charles Gilbert Robinson, Lt.Col. Royal" Artillery .. 
Edward Ring Berry, 133 Captain, h.p. Military Train 
Ewen Henry Davidson Macpherson, Lt.Col. 93 Foot 

Horace Percival, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Howell Locke Jones, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

George Briggs, Lt.Col. Madras ? r t:ilf Corps 

George Edward Fryer, Lt.Cul. Madras Staff Corps.. 
Thomas P. Boles Yvalsh, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 

Arthur Tulloch, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Tredway George Clarke, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Andrew David Geddes, Lt.Col. 27 Foot "... 

p.s.c. Colville Frankland, Lt. Col. 103 Foot 

Joseph Alex. Smith, Lt. Gol. 1 West India Regiment, 

John Cutts Lockwood, Lt.Col. 20 Hussars , 

Frederick Prescott Forteuth, Lt.Col. Bombay S. C. 
Leopold J. Y. C. Scarlett, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Scots Gds. 

Gerard Noel Money, Lt.tol. Bengal Staff Corps 

Archibald Acheson Johnson, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C, 



LIEUT. 



Dec. 52 
20 Dec. 52 
20 Dec. 52 
20 Dec. 52 
20 Dec. 52 
20 Dec. 52 



3 Aug. 66 
30 Oct. 54 
28 Dec. 54 

6 Apr. 56 
23 Nov. 56 
23 Nov. 56 
23 Nov. 56 



11 Dec. 46 

Mar. 55 
21 May 47 

27 Aug. 41 
17 Jan. 51 

28 Apr. 46 

1 July 53 
3 Mar. 54 
7 Jan. 48 

19 Oct. 49 
23 Nov. 40 
3 Feb. 54 
1 Aug. 54 



13 Oct. 5 
27 Apr. 5 

7 Mar. 5 
30 Dec. 43 
13 Apr. 52 
23 June 
23 Sept. 54 

6 Nov. 5. 

9 July 5 
1 1 Nov. 5 

2 May 5 
Dec. 54 
Feb. 55 



3 Oct. 50(21 Oct. 53 
5 Oct. 50 6 June 54 



23 June 43 
17 Mar. 54 



Aiv. 



13 June 51 
12 Dec. 51 
12 Dec. 51 
12 Dec. 51 

11 June 53 

12 June 52 
9 Dec. 52 
9 Dec. 52 
9 Dec. 53 
9 Dec. 53 

11 June 53 

2 Aug. 55 
9 Dec. 54 

1 1 June 53 

7 Aug. 55 
1 1 June 53 
11 June 53 

8 June 54 

8 June 55 
7 Sept. 54 

7 Aug. 55 

9 Dec. 53 

8 June 54 

8 June 54 
29 Jan. 47 

3 Nov. 54 
22 June 53 

9 Dec. 54 
20 Jan. 53 
20 Jan. 53 



25 Jan 
6 Oct. 54 
3 Dec. 54 

30 May 57 
8 June 57 
8 June 5 



MAJOn. 



3 Sept. 70 

o Dec. 64 20 Dec. 
20 Dec. 64 20 Dec. 
20 Dec. 64 20 Dec. 

o Dec. 64^0 Dec. 

o Dec. 64 20 Dec. 

o Dec. 64 20 Dec. 

9 June 58! 3 July 

25 Mar. 56 5 July 
30 Apr. 63' 5 July 

9 Apr. 56; 5 July 
12 Apr. 56 5 July 

18 Apr. 56; 5 July 
16 May 561 5 July 

27 June 56 1 5 July 

19 Aug. 56 J 5 July 
29 Aug. 561 5 July 

26 Sept. 561 5 July 
9 Oct. 56 5 July 
9 Nov. 56 5 July 
9 Jan. 57 
6 Feb. 57 

5 Mar. 57 
10 Apr. 57 
15 May 57 
15 May 57 

28 July 60 

6 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 



WEEK 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



25 June 57|i8 Feb. 6 

4 July 57 18 Feb. 6 
27 Apr. 58 

6 July 57 
27 July 57 
24 Aug. 57 
27 Apr. 5S 
21 Aug. 58 

8 Sept. 57 
27 Apr. 58 
27 Aug. 5S 
13 July 57 
11 May st 
n Aug. 57 
20 Aug. 57 
30 Sept. 57 
27 Apr. 58 

1 Oct. 57 

27 Apr. 58 

28 Sept. 57 
28 Sept.57 



5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
5 July 

5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
. 5 July 

i3 Feb. 61 j 5 July 

29 Apr. 6 

23 Aug. 6 
1 Oct. 6 

24 Dec. 6 
21 Oct. 62! 5 July 

8 Feb. 63! 5 July 

29 June £3! 5 July 

1 July 63 5 July 

1 Sept. 63! 5 July 

1 Sept. 63; 5 July 

13 Oct. 63] 5 July 
29 Feb. 64! 5 July 
31 Aug. 64 5 July 
24 Oct. 64 1 5 July 
17 Jan. 65; 5 July 

14 Apr. 65 1 5 July 
7 Oct. 63 1 Aug. 
1 Nov. 63 1 Aug. 



5 July 
5 July 
5 July 
5 July 



26 Apr. 49 
9 Feb. 55 
12 Mar. 54 
1 Jan. 58 
6 Oct. 55 
30 Aug. 53 
20 Jan. 53 15 Oct. 56 
20 Jan. 53 10 May 57 
26 Jan. 53,23 Nov. 56 

6 June 54! 7 Sept. 55 

7 Sept. 56118 Aug. 58 
7 Dec. 55 20 Aug. 57 

20 Jan. 54 31 Dec. 54 
20 Feb. 53 23 Nov. 50 

11 Dec. 66 

4 Mar. 53 5 Mar. 56 
14 Mar. 53 23 Nov. 56 
Feb. 44! 7 Aug. 46 



5 Oct. 57 13 Jan. 64 1 Auj 



Thomas Parker Wright, Capt. h.p. 83 F., S.O. of Pen 

John Douglas Johnstone, Lt.Col. 107 Foot ''27 Oct. 541 9 Feb. 55 

Charles Manners S. Fairbrother, Lt.Col. 19 Hussars '20 Oct. 55 1 
Lnigo Richmubd Jones, Capt. j- Lt.Col. Scots Gds. 



Arundel Thomas Spens, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 20 Mar. 53 
Charles Sidney Widiams, Lt.Col. R. Marine Artillery 27 Dec. 52 

Arthur Charles Wellesley, LI. Col. Grenadier Gds. ...I 

Daniel Beeie, Capt. h.p.*8 Foot, S. O. of Pensioners 4 May 42 

Geoffrey Mairib, Lt.Col. Royal .Marines 27 Dec. 52 

Chaile? William Wilson, CB. Major. R. Engineers... 

Heruy James Hay dock, Major, 41 Foot 16 Dec. 53 

Charles St. John isurren Ba'mett. Major, Bengal S.C. I 4 Nov, 
Thomas Dawes, Major. Bengal Staff Corps 



Sept.57 5 July 

13 May 59 5 July 
1 Apr. 60 5 July 
1 July 64 1 Aug. 

20 Jan. 65 20 Jan. 
20 Jan. 6520 Jan. 
20 Jan. 65 20 Jan. 
20 Jan. 65 20 Jan. 
s6 Jan. 65 J 26 Jan. 
16 June 66:18 Oct. 
1 Feb. 63:22 May 
31 Aug. bj 2/ Sept, 
15 Nov. 64! 1 Oct. 
20 Feb. 65)20 Feb. 
24 Sept. 70 

4 Mar. 65 j 4 Mar. 

14 Mar. 65 14 Mar. 

5 Oct. 57 5 July 
22 Jan. 62J28 Apr. 
30 July 62 23 July 

Feb. 



23 Nov. 56] 20 Mar. 65 

24 Feb. 54 20 June 62 
13 June 681 15 Feb. 71 



:o Mai 
so Mai 



3 apr. 4021 Oct. 57 5 July 
24 Feb. 54^7 Aug. 02, 4 Nov. 
24 Sept. 55 20 June 64 23 May 
__ 20 Feb. 55 13 Nov. 57 5 July 
571 12 Dec. 59! 4 Nov. 69 
58 1 Mar. 59 2 Sept. 70 
Nov. 07 



Nov 
2 Sept, 
2 Mar, 
4 Apr 



George Luck, CB. Lt. Col. 15 Hussars 16 Apr. 5SI20 Dec. 50 

William Francis Badgley, Major, B ngal Staff Corps 4 Apr. 57 |i8 May 58 4 Air. 60 

Ambrose Ay.-hl'ordGoddard,C ( /y</. 4rLt.t v./.Greii Gds., ~ 16 Sept, 68 22 Mar. 71 

Edward Christian Griffin, Lt.lol. Ro.Nal Artillery ... I g Dec. 54 8 Jan. 58I15 July 04 1 Aug. 
Marmaduke Littlcjohii Monckron, Lt.Col. li. Art. ... 13 June 50 27 Aug. cS 24 Mar. 65, 6 July 
Charles John Anderson, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 20 May 53 19 Dec. 55120 May 65 '?o May 

Edmund Antrobus, Copt. * Lt.Col. Grenadier Gils. ' ,:8Feb. 69 17 May 71 

Horace Ricarao, Capt. $ Lt.Col. Grenadier Guards 17 Apr. 69^7 May 71; 

Richard Fitzi.eiald, Major, 69 Foot 18 Sept. 46 10 Nov. 48 17 Nov. 57 5 July 

Frederick Lba , Lt.Col. Royal Marines 27 Dec. 52 21 Mar. 54I 2 Apr. 63I 1 Oct. 

p.D.c. John Dm. can, Lt.lol. 102 Foot 10 Sept. 56 10 Sept. 57 22 .Ian. 68 '24 Feb. 

Charles Bobert Rowley, Capt. $ Lt.Cul. Grtn. Gda 19 May 69 9Sept.7i| 

Peter Edward Hill, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 22 June 53 , 7 June 54' 1 Apr. 60 1 5 July 

Krancis Knatchbull, Major, 9 Foot 5 Dec. 5( 6 June 5417 Nov. -7 5 July 



14 Dec. 

20 Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
. „ Dec. 
72 so Dec. 
72 20 Dec. 
72 22 Dec. 
72)30 Dec. 
72 30 Dec. 
72 31 Dec. 
72(31 Dec. 
72 31 Dec. 
72J31 Dec. 
72 31 Dec. 
72 31 Dec. 
72J31 Dec. 
72 31 Dec. 
72131 Dec. 
72 31 Dec. 
72 31 Dec. 
72 31 Dec. 
72,31 De L 
72 31 Dec. 
7231 Dec. 
72I31 Dec. 
72I31 Dec. 
72 ! 3i Dec. 
7231 Dec. 
7231 Dec. 
72,31 Dec. 
72 31 Dec. 
72 31 Dto. 
72 31 Dec. 
72,31 Dec. 
72 31 Dec. 
72 31 Dec. 
72 31 Dec. 
7231 Dec. 
72 31 Dec. 
72 31 Dec. 
72131 Dec 
72 31 Dec. 
7231 Dec. 
72131 Dec. 
72I31 Dec. 
72 31 Dec. 
7231 Dec. 

72 31 Dee. 
-'oi Dec. 

1 Dec. 

1 Jan. 

1 Jan. 

1 Jan. 
,_ .6 Jan. 
73120 Jan. 

73 20 Jan. 
73 '20 Jan. 
73 26 Jan. 
73 '29 Jan. 
75 1 29 Jan. 

76 29 Jan. 

77 12 Feb. 
73 20 Feb. 

24 Feb. 
73| 4 Mar. 
73 14 Mar. 
72115 Mar. 

75 IS Mar. 

76 15 Mar. 
15 Mar. 

73 20 Mar. 

76 24 Mar. 
5 Apr. 

72 13 Apr. 
70 13 Apr. 
73'igApr. 
72 27 Apr. 

77 28 Apr. 
.78 28 Apr. 

78 29 Apr. 
77 1 May 

5 May 
72 1 1 May 

72 17 May 

73 20 May 
24 May 

24 May 
72 ' 4 June 
77 ♦ June 
77 7 June 

7 June 
72 8 June 
72 n June 



7 a 

7S 

78 

78 

78 

73 

78 

78 

78 

78 

78 

78 

78'ioDec 

7 8J 6 Oct. 

78:24 June 6 

78 

7 i 



73 



«5. 78 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



74 



jiid 1 



:i r 



3 Oct. 54 

June 53 
June 53 
June 53 



Edward Donald Malcolm, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
Richard James Walker, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Philip (Jrampton Rynd, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Eric Stanhope Fox, Lt.C >l. Bengal Staff Corps .... 

James Galloway, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 'n June 53 

Henry Tautield Vachell, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery j 9 Dec. 54 

Charles John Pearse, Lt.Col. Madras Stall Corps... .20 June 53 
p.s.c. Alexander Cuningham Bruce, CB Lt.Col. 91 F.I18 June 52 

John Frederick Sanders, Lt.Col. Royal Marines 27 Dec. 52 

Francis Edward Edwards Wilson, Lt.Col. S4 Foot .J17 Nov. 57 

Charles John Moorsom, Major, 30 Foot 121 July 54 

Robert Stewart Clelaud, Lt.Col. 9 Lancers ' 7 July 57 

Arthur Kennedy Rideout, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 21 Dec. 53 

Alfred William Adcock, Lt.Col. 16 Foot ' i 7 Dec. 52 

Charles Bulkeley .Nurse, Lt.Col. Royal Marines 1 2 Aug. 53 

Howard Sutton Jones, Lt.Col. Royal Marines ' 3 Aug. 53 

Charles Tucker, CB. Lt.Col. 80 Foot 23 Nov. ' 

George Henry James M. Chapman, Capt. 5 Foot 21 Nov. 

Charles Patrick Stokes, Major, 4 Foot 14 July 

William Walker Pemberton, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. ... 13 July 53 

Frederick John Castle, Lt.Col. 33 Foot 50 Mar. 49 

13 <& William George Cubitt, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C '20 July 53 

Isaac Ketchen, Lt.Col. Royal Arciilerv 12 Julie S7 

William Fraser Forl,e;i Gordon, Lt.Col. 63 Foot 1 May 55 

S. B. Kekewicli, Captain, h.p. 8; Foot, S. O. of Pens. 8 Due. 4 t, 

William Hill, Lt.Col. Madras SLaff Corns 15 Aug. 53 

James Clepliane Miiito, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps. ..'19 Aug. Vl 

Alfred William Lucas, Lt. Col. 109 Foot 12 Feb l~ 4 

Henry M. de W. Douglas, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps >y Au« 53 

Charles James Hope-Johnstone, Lt.Col. R. Art 21 Dec 53 

Henry Phillipj>s, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corns IO Sent ; ■ 

Charles James Jen : 

Charles Hill Fre-s. 

Charles A. L.de Mi 

Francis Uteson, M 

Ashton George Ma 

Edward Henry la 

Benjamin Geaie Hi 

Gregory Colquhou 

Patrick David Boy 

Moreton John Wht 

Richard James Coinoe 



I'U'TA IN 



16 Dec. 54 
29 Dec. 55 
23 Nov. 56 
23 Nov. 56 
23 Nov. 56 
27 Aug. 58 
ti Oct. 55 
[7 Mar. 54 
[9 Apr. 54 
1 Oct. 58 
8 Nov. 54 
8 Apr. 59 
>o June 54 
May 53 



r Apr. 6 
1 June 6 
1 June 65 
1 June 65 
1 June 6 
1 Sept. 6 
:o June 6] 
!i Aug. 58 

3 Apr. 63 

8 Apr. 65 

4 Dec. 57 

9 Aug. 64 
1 Apr. 60 

6, 



31 July 54 3 July 63 



5 July 72 
11 June 73 
11 June 73 
11 June 73 
11 June 73 
5 July 72 
20 June 73 
5 July 7= 
1 Oct. 77 
15 Aug. 77 
5 July 72 
1 Oct. 7 

5 July 7 

22 June 74 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

9 Dec. 72 

5 July . 

. 5 July 72 

July 54 13 July 05 13 July 7 

7 Mar. 51 16 Mar. 58 5 July 7 

_ Nov. 56 26 July 65 26 July 73 

7 Aug. 58 24 Mar. 65! 1 Aug. 7 

7 Sept. 55 24 Dec. 58 5 July 7 

29 Apr. 51 J 2 Feb. 58J 5 July 7 

3 Nov. 56; 15 Aug. 65 15 Aug. 73 

9 Sept. 55 19 Aug. 65,19 Aug. 73 

2 July 59I22 Jan. 63130 July 72 

3 Nov. 56(29 Aug. 65 29 Aug. 73 
20 Junes4J 1 Apr. 60! 5 July 72 
10 Oct. 56 10Sept.65j10Sept.73 



o No,. 54 
: 3 Oct. 
6 Jun 
Dec 



Dec. 63 
18 May 6c 
26 Dec. 57 
8 Jan. 58 



JI1J0K. 



Lt.Col. Madras Stall Corps 10 Sept.53 1 Feb. ss'ro Sept. 65 10 Sept. 73 
21 loot. S.O. otPens. 9 Juno 43, 7 Jan. 48; 5 Mar. 58 5 July 72 
Lt.Col. R. Engineers ,23 Oct. 5413 Jan. 55: 1 Oct. 6i| 5 July 72 

v. ; a "-■;; 1 6 A ug. 47 15 Apr. 52I 5 Mar. 58I 5 July 72 

Bombay St :i 9 Corps 20 Sept.53 23 Nov. 56J20 Sept. 65,20 Sept. 73 



>yal Artillery 
7, Lt.Col. Royal Arti'ilery .. 
it, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C... 
1-/. or Lt.Col. Gren. Guards 



9 Dec. 54 27 Aug. 58' 15 Dec. 63 5 July 72 
i Dec. S3 '28 June 54 j 1 Apr. 60 5 July 72 



Oct. 53 j 6 Dec. 56 4 Oct. 65I 4 Oct. 7 
69 28 Oct. 71 



,t Col. 8 Hussars 

s, Major, 6 Dragoons 



Donald Macdonald, Lt. 
John Bartleman, Lt.Col 
Aubrev Harvey Tuckei 



Henry G. E. Somerset ; >Cai 

Major and Adjutant, j erney 

yc John Worthy Chaplin, J 

Francis Geoige eavage Cuni 

Cecil M-Pherson, Major, 17 h 

Charles Watson Wilson, Maj, 

George Edward L. S. Sanfor 

Charles Smith Maclean, Lt.C 

Alex. Herman Adam Gordon 

John Withers M'Queen, CB. Major, Bengal Su 

Henry Charles B. Tanner, Major, Bombay Staff 

Frederick John Keen, ill. .!/',, ,..,-_ 1 ;, ■ 1 1 _; ./l Stall' 

Henry Francis Blair, Major, rioyal Knginecrs 

Benjamin Williams, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Henry Collett, Major, bengal Staff Corps ... 

Robert Byng P. P. Campbell Major Bengal S 

Mm. Alexander Stewart Major ttoyal Lrtdler 

Robert Adam Wauch >pe, Ma ■,'■. Bengal SI . f( 

Alfred Fitzlliigi:, . 1/, ; y „, |; rl '■,'; m-h?( ',,',■'•',,' 

UC George Nicias Charmer ~Jj 

Edward Alexander Wood, Majo 

Hamilton Chapman, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 



6 Sept. 68 1 9 Oct. 

o Dec. 54 13 Jan. 55 18 Dec. 61 5 July 72 
8 Jan. 51 1 29 Apr. 53 9 Dec. 02 7 Mar. 77 
o Oct. 53 18 Jan. 56 1 1 Jan. 62)20 Oct. 73 
oOct. 53I31 May 57 20 Oct. 65^0 Oct. 73 
3 Sept.53! 6 Nov. 54I 26 Oct. 62 13 Nov. 7s 
oDec. 5413 Jan. 55I 31 Dec. 61 5 July 72 
3 Feb. 55 1 Apr. S S 1 Apr. 62 
3 Nov. 53I22 NjV. 55 1 1 \,,\ . 65 



11 June 79 
11 June 
11 June 
11 June 
11 June 79 

18 June 79 

20 J une 79 

21 June 79 
21 June 79 
24 June 79 
27 June 79 
27 June 79 
27 June 79 

2 July 79 

5 July 79 
7 July 79 
9 July 79 

10 July 79 

11 July 79 
13 July 79 
23 July 79 
20 July 79 

2 Aug. 79 

6 Aug. 79 
11 Aug. 79 
■5 Aug. 79 

19 Aug. 79 
'■o Aug. 79 
29 Aug. 79 

o Sept. 79 
■79 



13 Oct. 



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13 Apr. 58 


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is Dec. 54 




16 Sept.51 




21 Dec. 53 


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14 Dec. 53 




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4 Apr. 54 


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8 June 54 


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4 Aug. 54 




13 June 56 



27 May 53 1 5 Mar. 58 
20 Nov 60 j 5 Apr. 64 
24 Sept. 55 5 Mar. 58 
6 June 54 9 Mar. 58 
1 July 54 1 1 Apr. 60 
" Oct. 56 8 Feb. 66 



July 72 

3 Nov. 73 

s July 7 



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5 Scot 77 

5 July 7 

5 July 7 

5 July 72 

o Dec. 73 

23 Nov. 56J14 Dec. 65 14 Dec. 73 

5 Aug. 64 10 Dec. 73 1 Apr. 74 

4 June 57 4 Apr. 66 4 Apr. 74 

7 Aug. 58 2 Jan. 63 8 June 74 

4 June 57 4 Aug. 661 4 Aug. 74 

7 Aug. 58 21 Mar. 69 1,, A.Ug. 74 

37 Sept. 54 19 May 57)27 Sept. 66 27 Sept. 74 

a June 5527 June 57 8 June 67 8.1111107 

4 Sept.; . iS pi , 1 Sept 67 4 Sept. 7' 

\ ' " Juno 56 6 July 67 22 Sept.75 

orps 1 4 Oct. 55 17 Feb. 57! 4 Oct. 67 4 Oct. 75 

■; I 7ueo. ss 23 Nov. 56 7 Dec. 67 1 7 Dec. 75 

■ Sept. 59 25 May orj 4 Sept. 71:12 Apr. 76 

July 58I30 Sept.sg 13 July 67 j. Maj 7' 

15 July S 6|2 3 Nov. 56I15 July 68 15 July 76 



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Staff Cori 



J26 Sept.56122 Mar. 64I26 Sept.68; 2 6 Sept. 76 

22 Oct. 55I27 Sept. 57,24 Jan. 65 29 Nov. 76 

,20 Feb. 5730 Apr. 58J20 Feb. 69I20 Feb. 77 

— 30 Sept. 68J26 June 77 

15 Oct. 70 17 Aug. 77 

23 Aug. 64 1 Oct. 77 

25 Apr. 65! 1 Oct. 77 

" Dec. 69 1 Oct. 77 



4 Nov. 77 
16 Feb. 78 
10 Apr. 78 
28 June 78 



George Hatched, 
Arthur Power Palmer, 
Sidney Parry, Major, Ruyai 

('harles Alexander S,m, Major. Ro.yal Fugmeers' ij ;;;- \\ g^ si 

SSat? KvWcK c >8 Julie 5? ! " ??' f 

John M'Dowell Elliot, Maor+V , fc,1 " metlB " J ^ e 5° 2 7 Aug. 58 

William Dunn Bond, LI. Colo Jf, s d Foot '"".'.' a Mar « £?£" « 

Edmund John Tremlctt, Major, Royal Artillery 7.:::: 9 !"' "# J, f/ 5 
¥€ Robert Montresor Ropers, Major, go Foot , t Feb «' I Ami cc 

Arthur Grey Hazlengg, Major, 21 Foot ".T" I0 Jan I 1? Mav « 

roW^ 8 WaI * er LM>»™>".(W>, Hitle Brigade 7 Nov. 5 5 7 5 Ma r 60! 

John Cecil Russell, Captain, ,2 Lancers , Spi t 6n ' T i i"' H 'T 1 "' 

»•«.«. William la>t iLlry uple, ( v ,, ,1a,,, 'sa'Poot 7 Juh 6° n t, ?■ SI n'f ? ° * f pr " ?4 ' 9 1°*' "' 

Richard Wm. Charles Wtnsloo, j/^lr Foot "' l r June « , J ' ? Ct ' Vi I A pr. 74,29 Nov. 79, 

William Mathew Dunbar, Major 4 Foot 1 Tan " vr S4 25 Q Une ^ 3 ' ^ 74 2J S° V - 79 

j 1 , -4 root s jan. 5-, 23 Mar 55 2 Sept.62li 4 Nov. 74 29 Nov. 79 



10 Sept. 79 
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Frederick Bwaine Le Grice, Major, Royal Artillery l 1 Oct. 57 13 Jan. 69: 

Augu-ius Charles Twentvman, Major, 4 Foot '21 Dec. 55 15 June 58 y Oct. 63: 

p.t.c. Edward Lutwyche England, Major, 13 Foot ... 6 July 55 7 Apr. 5 S 8 Jan. 64 

Robert Henry Hackctt, Captain, 90 Foot 4 Apr. 56 15 June 58 20 Sept. 64 

re William Knox Leet, Major, 13 Foot 4 July 55 1 Feb. 56 4 Nov. 64 

p.t.c. Harcourt Mortimer Ber.gough, Major, 77 Foot 22 Mar. 55 3 Oct. 55 30 Dec. 64 

Charles John Moysey, MajorT&oyai Engineers - 1 Oct. 57' 2 Sept. 67! 

John Fletcher Owen, Major, Royal Artillery 1 Oct. 57 1 Dec. 

John William Huskissou, Major. =,6 Foot 8 Nov. 50,19 Jan. 55 10 Oct. 65 

p.t.c. Albert Lancelot Walker, Major, 09 Foot 18 Dec. 57 14 Feb. 60 20 Oct. 65 1 



p.t.c. Cornelius Francis Clery, Major, h.p. 32 Foot,... 

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Francis Wallace Grenfell, 'es 

Frederick Carrington, Captain, 24 Foot 

Arthur Tufnell, Major, 60 Killes 

Wm. Dennis Chapman, Capt h.p. 18 F. S.O. of Pens. 

James Sconce, Lt.Col. Bengal BtaffCorps 

Henry Archibald Mullock, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
George Lodwick Warden, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C. 
William 1'opham Dicken, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 



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Harry De Brett, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 10 Dec. 53I23 Nov. 56 10 Dec. 65 

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Charles Walker Street, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps... 10 Dec. 5323 Nov. 56*10 Dec 

George Shepherd Stevens, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C. 

William R. M. Holroyd, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

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Thomas Lyons Fraser, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 

Henry fbbetsou Lugard, Lt.Col. Madras .-: .■;.. 

Robert Andrews Cole. Lt.Col. Mad, a- Staff t'orps 

Andrew Balmer, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

James Keating Clubley, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Percy G. L. Smith, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

James M. H. Maitland, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Henry L. A. Tottenham, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Henry C. P. Rice, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 



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War Services of the Lieutenant Colonels. 



1 Lt. Colonel Byrne served with the 2nd Battalion of the Royals at the siege of Sebastopol from 22nd April to 29th 
May 1855, and was wounded in the Trenches (Medal with Clasp, Brevet Lt.Coloncl, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and 
Turkish Medal). 

3 Lt.Coloncl Sibthorp served with the 1st Battalion Coth Rifles during the Punjaub campaign of 1848-9, 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 ; afterward- at the battle of Goojerat, the pursuit of the Seikh 
Army, and the expulsion of the Affghan force beyond the Khyber Pass (Medal with two Clasps). Succeeded to the 
command of the Companies of the 60th Rifles that were engaged against the Hill Tribes in the expedition to the 
Kuzofzye Country on the nth Dec, and also on the 14th Dec. 1849 (Medal with Clasp). Served with the 07th Regt. 
at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from 20th May 1855, and was with the ladder party at the assault on the Redan 
on the 8th Sept.— severely wounded (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major and Lt.Coloncl, Knight of the Legion 
of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

5 Lt.Coloncl Drummond Hay served in the Persian war in 1857, including the night attack and battle of Kooshab, 
as Brigade Major (Brevet Major, Medal with Clasp), and bombardment of Mohumrah. Served in Bengal in the 
Several action leading to and ending in the relief of the Residency at Lucknow and its subsequent, lel'.unv; served 
with Outram's force at Alumbagh, including the repulse of the numerous attacks and operations ending in the final 
Capture of Lucknow; the Rohilcund campaign in 1858 and capture of Bareilly (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Lt. 
Colonel, and a year's service for Lucknow). 

4 Lt.Coloncl Hunt served with the 79th Highlanders the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 up to the 24th September 
1855, including the battle of Alma, siege and fall of Sebastopol, assaults of the 18U1 June and 8th September, and 
expedition to Kcrtch and Yenikale (Medal with two Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

' IA.I lolonel Macl e a n served with the 49th Regt. throughout the war with China (Medal), and was present at the 
first taking of due an, storm ai d capture of the height- above 1 'anton, attack and capture of Anioy, second capture 
Of Chusan, attack and capture of the heights of Chinhae, occupation of Niugpo and repulse of the night attack, 
attack and capture ofChapoo, Wbosung, and Chin KiangFoo. 

" Lt.OolonelG. O. Gordon served throughout , 1,. • Kumci ampaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, 

Halaklava.and Inkerrnan, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and sortie of 26th Oct.; was Aide do Camp to General Simp- 
son from 22nd Aug. to tath Nov. 1K55 (.Medal with four Clasps, ith Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

10 Lt.Coloncl Aytoun served in the Southern tfahratta campaign of 1844-45, including the siege and capture of 



War Services of the Lieutenant Colonels. 76 

the forts of Punella, Pownghur, Monohur, and Monsuntosh. Served in suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1858-59, 
including the pursuit of Tantia Topee, actions with Bheels, siege of Dwarka, and action of Somnassa (Medal). 

12 Lt.Colonel Steward served with the 41st Regt. in the Eastern campaign up to 19th Oct. 1854, including the 
Alma, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

u Lt.Colonel E. Maude served as a Volunteer in the campaign of 1844-45 in the Southern Mahratl : 
Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the siege operations before Mooltan, attack of the suburb.-, storm and 
capture of the city, and surrender of the fortress~(Medal with Clasp). Persian campaign of 1856-57, incl 
storm and captur* .' Eleshire, surrender of Bnshire, expedition to Borazjoon, night attack and battle • : 1 

(Medal with Clasp). Si rved in the Bheel campaign of 1857-58 in the Ahmednuggur and Khandeish dial 

I of his Regt. in the skirmish of Bheelwarrah. Served in the Indian mutiny campaign 
during the operations in Central India, including the actions of Rajghur, Mongrowlee, Sindwaho (mentioned in 
despatche- 1 . i I • i, with subsequent pursuit of the rebels (Medal). 

14 Lt.Col ! rved with the 38th Regt. at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from 27th Jan. 18; 
with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

15 Lt.Colonel Kennion served the Sutlej campaign of 1845 -46, including the battles of Moodkec, Feroze 
Sobraon (Medal and two Clasps). Siege of Delhi in 1S57, slightly wounded on the 18th July, and severely 
through left arm and chest on 6th August (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

16 Lt.Colonel Hayman served with the iSth Royal Irish on the China expedition in 1842 (Medal). Ace 

the subsequent expedite in under ( feneral 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. Served also in the Burmese war of i! 
eluding the operations before Rangoon and capture of Prome (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Served in th 
from Dec. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and was wounded 18th June 1S55 (Medal with Clasp, Brevet 
of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor. 5th 1 !lass of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

17 Sir George Pocock served with the 30th Regt. in the Crimea from the 20th June to Oct. 1S55, including 
and fall of Sebasto verely wounded at the assault of the Redan on the Stb Sept. (Medal \i 
Brevet of Major, 5I Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

18 Lt.Colonel Paget served in India in 1857-59, and was present with Malcolm's Field Forceat the defeat of a b 1 ly 
of rebels near Nurgoond, storm and occupation of the Petah and capture of the Fort of Nurgoond, and 
Tantia Topee at Chupra Burode (twice mentioned in despatches. Medal). 

20 Lt.Colonel M'Donnell served throughout the Kaffir v. Medal), during which he'eommanded seve- 
ral successful skirmishing parties. Led the successful attack under Sir George Berkeley against a large body of 
Kaffirs posted in one of tl. ir _ -• - ti al * : i 1 Sob ito Mountain, where they treacherously murdered 
Major Baker and four other officer- I Was present in the action with and defeat of thi 

gent Boers at Boem Plaats 29th Aug. 1848, and Major Armstrong being severely wounded he commanded the 
Capo M. Riflemen during the la1 iment. 

21 Lt.Colonel Bovill served with a detachment of jo of the Ceylon Rifles, which defeated the in-nr.v ■ - 
hrst and second attack on Komegalle on the 30th and 31st July, during the suppression of the rebellion in 
dian Provinces in 1848. 

22 Lt.Colonel Walker- Myln served with the Rifle Brigade in the Crimea from the 26th January 1855, incl ! 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major. 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkis 
Served also during the Indian mutiny (Medal). 

23 Lt.Colonel Craufurd served in the Crimea from May 1855 with the siege train at the siege and fall 
topol, and bombardment of 17th June; was also with the Rertch expedition (Medal with Clasp, 5th :"; 
.Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

25 Lt.Colonel Gillum served with the 2nd Battalion Royals in I I April 1S55, including the 

siege and fall of Sebastopol, and was severely wounded at the attack of the 8th September— leg amputated (Medal 

with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Sardinian lals). 

27 Lt.Colonel G. A. Milman served in the Crimea Dec. 1854 to July 1855,111 the T 

: '■-'•■ i \ i-'il and 6th and 7th June (Medal v. I ! 

Brevet of Major, -; i nkMi Medal). 

30 Lt.Colonel Alex. J. J. M pa p to 6th '. ■- 

ing the battle of Ah . ■ ■■ . urehewas 

dangerously wounded, having eceived is, Brevet of Maj . - - 

dmian and 'Turkish Mod. 

31 Lt.Colonel Hon. E. J. \> Forest from 1838 to 18421 
including the storm and capture of Ghuznee (Medal), storming the Rhoord Cabool Pas , affair of !V/.. ■■ - 

lluck Pass, reduction of the fort : ce of Jellalabad, on the 14th Nov. and 

istDec. 1841, nth March 24th March and istApril id defeat of Akbar Kha-i b 

(Medal), storming the heights of Jugdulluck, general action of Tezeen, and recapture of Cabool (Medal). Served 
a an Aide de Camp to Sir Willoughby Cotton in 1838, 30, and 40, ai 

35 Lt.Colonel K. It. Maitland served the Eastern campaign of 1S54 and early part of 1855 with the 79th Big 
including the battles of Abo ege of Sebastopol (Medal with three < 'lasps. and Turkis! I. 

Served in the Indian campaign of ling the Biege he Fort 

Rooyah, actions of Allygo - ji lanp re, .! : , 

the Gogra at Kyzabad, capture of Rampore Eussia, : 1 sub eque opei ide across the (jo I 

Raptee rivers (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of M 1 I with, the Sikkim Field Force in [861 (mentioned 

1 despatches). 

40 Lt.Colonel Rhodes served the campaign of it ; 1 on. the Danube as Aide de Camp 
tothe Spanish General Prim, was present atthebattleo : 

Staffand accompanied the Turkish 1 h-y in three -e.ocv.-.-ful -> , ■ . 

in the Tete de Pont when the Wn-- 

also at the retreat of the Ruf ind Slobodsia in 1834. For the above-mentioned services he has 

received the Spanish Order 1 Turkish Orderof the Medjidie 4th Class, with a i 

Honor from the Sultan. Served the campaign of 1S54 on the Staff of the Army in the Crimea, and 

the battles of Balaklava and Ink. 1 of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps^ and Turkish Medal). 

41 Lt.Colonel S. Darling served in the Crimea as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General tst Division 
subsequent to the fall of Sebastopol from October 1855 to the ist May 1856. 

42 Lt.Colonel R. H. Rocke served in the China war of i860, and was engaged in the actions of the 12th 
August (Medal with Clasp for Fvkm;. 

44 Lt.Colonel Dowson served with the 20th Regiment throughout the Punjaub campaignof 1848-49, inch: 
affair of Itamnuggur, passage of the Chenab, and battles of Chillianwallah and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 

47 Lt. Colonel Jerome served with the 19th a jiment ui the Indian campaign of 1857-59, including operations 
against the rebel tribes in Goojerat, storm and capture of Chundairi — led e si inning party, siege and capture 
of Jhansi, where under a murderous fire he assisted in securing Ensign Secoal, who was severely wounded — 
mentioned in despatches ; also present at the action of Koonch and at the various engagements before Calpce — 
severely and dangerously wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clai p, and \ toria 
Cross). Served in the Hazara campaign of 1868, including the expedition against the tribes on the Black 
.Mountain (Medal with Clasp). 

48 Lt.Colonel T. S. P. Field served in the Kaffir war of 1851-52 (Medal). Served in India in 1858 and was present 
with the Central India Field Force at the attack and capture of Fort Lahorie, attack on Koonch, and capture of 
< 'alpce (mentioned in despatch, Medal). 

49 Lt.Colonel Charles Steel served with the 12th Lancers in the Crimea from 29th July 1855, including the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

50 Lt.Colonel Stackpoole served with the 18th Royal Irish in the Burmese campaign of 1852-53 (Medal with Clasp 
for Pegu). Also in the Crimea from 30th December 1854 to nth April 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal 
with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

53 Lt.Colonel de Ruvignes served with the 80th Regt. in the Burmese war of 1852-53 (Medal with I 
Pegu) ; was present, at the capture of Prome, and repulse of the enemy's night attack. Serve 1 with 



77 ]!"((/■ Services of the Lieutenant Colonels. 

which escorted elephants from India across the Gonin Tomig Mountains, and in pursuit of the Woozccr Monung 
Shera Morning's force, resulting in the destruction and capture of the entrenched position of Tonesh. 

54 Lt. Colonel G. Longlev served with the local rank of Captain in the Turkish Contingent Engineers in 1855-56 ■ 
(Turkish Medal). Served with the Expeditionary force in China in iS57-59,and was present at thecapture ofCanton, ' 
affair at the White Cloud Mountains, capture of Namtow, attack on the Peiho forts— dangerously wounded (mentioned 
in despatches on all the above occasions, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

B Lt.Colonel G. Gaynor served the campaign of 1S45 against the Hill tribes in Scind under Sir Charles Xapier. 
Also the Punjaab campaign of 1S4S-49, including the action of Ramnuggur, and battles of Sadoolapore, Chillian- 
wallah, and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 

56 Lt.Colonel C.Johustou served in India in 1857-38, and was present at the battle of Cawnpnre on 6th Dec. (Medal). 

■ Lt.Colonel Sidebottom- Vernier Berved with the Burl's at the siege of Sebastopol in 1S55 (Medal with Clasp). 

60 Lt.Colonel D. Robinson Berved with the 72nd Highlanders in the Crimea from 13th June 1855, including the ex- 
pedition to Kerteh. siege and fall of Sebastopol. and attack of the 18th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

61 Lt.Colonel A. H. Cass served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimean campaign from the 17th April 1855, including 
the capture of Tchorgaun, battle of Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

a Lt.Colonel E. Le Pelley served with the 75th Regt. during the Indian campaign of 1857-58, from the outbreak 
on 12th Mav, including the battle of Budleekeserai, siege storm and capture of Delhi, pursuit of the enemy and 
actions of Bo'.undshuhur, Allyghur, Acrabad, Agra, Kanoj, advance into Oude and affairs of Maragunge and Alum- 
bagh, occupation after the relief of Lucknow of the fortified outposts and camp with Outrani's Force, and repulse of 
the enemy's attacks (Medal with Clasps, and Brevet of Major). 

61 Lt.Colonel Maycock served the Eastern campaign of 1854 m the 47th Regiment, including the battles of the 
Alma (wounded 1 and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and sortie of the 26th October (Medal with two Clasps, 
Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

M Lt.Colonel Redder served with the 39th Regt. in the Crimean campaign from the 31st Dec. 1854 to the 29th July 
1855, including the siege of Sebastopol and assault of the Redan on the iSth June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish 
Medal). 

66 Lt.Colonel A. Saltmarshe served with the 70th Regiment in New Zealand during the war of 1863-65, and was 
severely wounded at Pukikohe (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal). Served also during the 
Indian "mutiny in 1857-58 (Medal). 

■ Lt.Colonel Cleeve served as Adjutant of the 51st Light Infantry throughout the Burmese war of 1852-53 ; on board 
the E.I.C. steam-frigate Fet-ooz 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 (including the storming of the White House 
Redoubt), storm and capture of Rangoon, aiid repulse of the night attack on Prorne (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). 

09 Lt.Colonel Wm. Mosse served with the 26th Cameronians in Abyssinia in 1S6S (Medal). 

70 Lt.Colonel A. Green served with the Rifle Brigade in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the battle of 
Cawnpore on 6th December 1857, operations in the Doab, siege and capture of Lucknow, action of Nawabgunge, 
and commanded the Detachment of Riflemen with Sir R. Barker's Column at Jamo — dangerously wounded, fourteen 
sabre cuts and one gun-shot wound, left arm and right thumb amputated. Mentioned in Lord Clyde's despatch for 
marked gallantry and thanked by the Governor General in Council (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

73 Lt.Colonel ( . ;■ Idsworthy served in Oude with the Volunteer Cavalry of Havelock's column in 1857, and was 
present at tin.- actions of Oonaoand Busseerutgunje, and recapture of Busseerutgunje; for these services he received 
•'< I ' mnmifiai in the 8th Hussars. Served in Rajpootana and Central India, on the staff and with the 3th Hussars 
i:;u;_'ii ii' 1.' -:; so. including the siege of Kotah, inoccupation of Chondeyree, battle of Kotah ke 
Serai (as Aide de Camp to Brigadier Smith), capture of Gwalior (as Aide de Camp to Sir' Hugh Rose), siege and 
capture of Powrie, actions of Koondrye and Boordah as Brigade Major in the Rajpootana Field Force, which ap- 
pointment he held from the fall of Gwalior in June 1858 to the end of the war (eight times mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major on attaining the rank of Captain). Served throughout the Abyssinian 
Expedition on the Staff as Brigade Major of Cavalry, and was present at the taking of Magdala (twice mentioned 
in despatches, Medal, and promoted to Major unattached without purchase). 

■♦ Lt.Colonel G. E. Francis served with the 20th Regiment in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the 
actions of Chauda, Umeerpore, and Sultaupore, siege and capture of Lucknow (MedaFwith Clasp). 

7 " Lt.Colonel W. J. Brook served with the 30th Regiment in the Crimea from 8th September 1855, as D.A.Q.M.G. 
4th Division (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

• s Lt.Colonel Clayhills served with the 93rd Highlanders in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle 
of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assault of the Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal with two Clasps, and 
Turkish Medal). 

79 Lt.Colonel H. J. Maclean served in the Ashanti war of 1873-74 as a Special Service Officer (Medal). 

80 Lt.Colonel Tupper served with the 38th Regt. throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles 
of Alma, Inkerman, attack and capture of the Cemetery 18th June, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three 
C Iasps, and Turkish Medal). Served with the Sth Regt. at the outbreak of the Indian mutiny in 1857,— field service 
m the Punjaub (Medal). 

S1 Lt.Colonel D. R. Barnes served in a Local Battalion in the Kaffir war of 1846-47 (Medal), was present in severa'. 
engagements, and accompanied the expedition into the Tambookie country. Also served in the Orange River Sove- 
reittnty from Aug. 1851 to July 1852 with the Detachment 45th Foot under Captain Parish. 

Lt Colonel E. D. Smith served with the 95th Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1S54. including the battles of Alms 
•and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and sortie on 26th Oct.— wounded in the head in the Trenches 17th Oct. (Medal 
with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Served in 1858 at the siege and capture of Awah and Kotah, battle of Kota 
ka oerai, general act. on resulting in the capture of Gwalior, and recapture of the fortress of Chandaree in May 
(Medal with Clasp). 

M Lt.Colonel B. H. Heathcotc served with the 48th Regiment in the Crimea from the 21st April 1855, including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

1 ,«• i L '' r''V- ' ' Uvl "' r -' 11 served With the 63rd Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
battle- ot Alma and B.ilaklava, expedition to Kertch, siege assaults and fall of Sebastopol, bombardment and 
capture ot K-.nbourn (Medal with three Clasps, ,th class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

a e Vi °ro t 1J- E ' D ' Hil1 ecrvC(1 with the 97th Regt. in the Crimea from the 29th July 1855, including the siege 
U 1! L '""' '.vi, and was one of the lieutenants of the ladder party at the attack of the Bedau on Sth Sept., or 

wnich occasion he was wounded in the lcl't hip, and mentioned in despatches for " distinguished conduct " (Meda' 
with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

"" Lt.Colonel \V. Dickinson served throughout the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, and was present at the siege 
ana surrender of Moolten, battle of Goojerat, pursuit and surrender of the Seikh army (Medal with two Clasps) 
aerv-eu with the 1st Bind Irregular Horse during the Persian expedition in i3 5 7, and was present at the siege and 
capture ot the fort of Awah [Medal with Clasp 1. Was detached in command of a Squadron of the 3rd Sind Horse 
• " ;< m March 1859; employed against the Marree Tribe in 1850 (thanked by the Governor General) 
■ enmm 1 of a Squadron of Sind Horse to the Xnggur 1'arkur Field Force from July to Decembei 
Served with the Expedition to Abyssinia in 1S67-68, including the operations against Magdala (Medal). 
„;o™7 .1 ,7, [•. > [' 1>h(! ' s "" served with the 17th Regiment in the Crimea from the 6th Sept. 1855, including the 
r .mUr"? i- , sebastopol ami assault of the Redan on the Sth Sept. 1S55 ; was also at the bombardment and sur- 
render 01 Kanbourn (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Meelal). 

Ih . " I * 1 ' , ; , ;: 1 " 'J- li, V"; 1 »? served in the (and Regt. during the Indian mutiny in .857-58, and was present a. 
the action ol I omhnt and defence of Lucknow Residency from June to Nov. 1857. Also with Maxwell's Force ii 
u.e Boregon, campaign of 1858. Was twice wounded-once severely. Thanked in general orders by sir J. Outrani 

' ., ; ' 1 ' "' ''' ivernor Ccneral (Victoria Cross, Medal with Clasp, with a year's service) 

trib .•..;,. '"'".'-i 'W' ' :: ' ,li;i ^ V'','""' ,"' ""' Haaar » Campaign in .368, including the expe.lition against the 

•„,,.'' ■ A: " :< M > I'ltiin (Medal with Clasp). 
Rim* n'S 010 "! 1 «" J ' " '" '" -''"'"' '"■ the Gold Coast Artillery Corps with the expeditionagain8ttheCrobboes.il 
he action of theCrobbqe Heights on the .8th September. Served as Adjutan 
resulted in the capture of all the rebe 



War Services of the Lieutenant Colonels. 7& 

I.' Col G Lrbuthnot served in India in 1857-58, as a volunteer with the 14th lariat Draeoons 

1. -M-tiim of the campaign ; was] ?e and capture of Rathghur and Garakoto relief 

of Shu;.'.).-, tore,,,- th.- I'a Jhansi, attack cm Koonch where hi commanded 

. and capture ofCalpee -mentioned in despatches (Modal with Clasp) Served 
11 as Aide de Camp to Sir Charles Stavelev, and was present at the action of Aroeee 
e ofMagdnla (three times mentioned in despatches, Lircvet ofMaior, and Medal) 
mel W. K. Biles served with the 38th Regt. in the Crimea in .3^4-^. mclinli 

Medal with Cla-P. Km-h: ,.' the Lcion 

md Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign from Nov. 1857, indudr cawnpore 

I ih Dec. 1857, c Lucknow 

indNuggur (Medal with Clasp). Se« i.aniedthe 

expedition to the Black Mountain tant Adjutant General (Medal with 

1 
•* Lt.Colonel W. m campaign up to Sept 1854 includ-'n-* 

sp. and Turkish Medal). ' 54.mciuu.ng 

rved with the Scots Greys in the Eastern compaign up toOct. 1054,1; b 
■pair of M'Kenzie's Kan... the battle of Balaklava - mded by a musket bullet on tl 

■-. and Turkish Medal). 
'" I-' 1 '•'• Lg the Indian campaign of 1857, and wi 

23rd June (in command from 13th Sept . - mreofthe 

i with the 38th Regiment in the In lian campaign from Nov. 1857, inclnding the 
jB&ault and capture ' Lucknow, affairs of Barree and Ni wthciasid 

«! W. 1: Nola [ndian campaiL ■ • affair*' .'f 

Bajghur, Mo gi - , Kharee, and Zeerapore (menl Medal). 

campaign of 
including thebattli I Inkermau, and Medal with three I 'laso- 

. and Turkish Medal). 

melW. H. Kt. . the Crimea on the 21st April 1853, and served at 

(Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class ofth 

in 1857-58 (Medal) 
be Military Tram in New Zealand from 1 ■< 4 to 1867 | M 

-n of 1348-49 (M< 

. . Persian campaign of 1856, including the 

storm and uapturi rved also in I 

rs of Shah- 

-. and was 

■'. ith Clasp 
tor Pi i ! H 

Toheniaya and fall .1 Sebastopol I . with the 1 'arai. 

Bl the outbreak of;thi S tay 1857, the 

actions of tl ' 

U dall, and 

■ 

i 1858 in the Shahaba I 

: and 14th April, 
Oudi 

"- Lt.< o! H if 1854-55, 

Including the battli 

i (Medal with three Clasps, Sardii Jh Medals, and 

Served in : 

• 

manded a D lenl I. 1 lommanded »i 

■ 
Native 1 isp). 

1 1 I ipaign of [81 oin 

the inner 

Taku I 

tral India 

I 

lil and Clasp). 
I 

Medjidie, b nd Turkish tf< 

Royal Irish thi , and u ne 

the affair of the 6thl lam, and affair at F poia (Medal). 

1 t iwil Of Jhansi. 

storm of 1." a done on the 4th of 

April into 1 be b h »ion of a dooun 

thanked by the General Commanding. Command I Brigadi 

1 mih May, when, in c 1 < lavalry, th. . 

toks of the rebel army, and held it in check at El ra 

into camp 

ui i.i 1 lol il S Graoe sent at the 

■■. ith Clasp, Sardinian and Tin 

:. on the 1 late P 

tor Pegu ' iol from joth Dec 

!-•• OfeColoni China (Medal), commencing with 

the Brat taking of Ohusan and terminating with the landix 
Heights above Canl 

ie entrenched Camp on the" 

Heights of s red in the Crimea subse- 

om 9th April to the tth August 1S56. Served at the Uold Coast from May to 

December ' tedal). 

m 1.1. Colonel .1. Addy served with the 5 th Dragoon Guards during the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 

1 Tohernaya, and siege of S. 1 with three Clasps, and Turkish 

Medal), 



7 9-88 War Services of the Lieutenant Colonels. 

;*» Lt.Colonel C. A. Thomson served with the 54th Regiment during the Indian mutiny, including Lord Clyde's 
canrpaisr.i in Oude in 1S58-50 (Medal). . _ . , ,, . ^, » T ^ 1 

i» Lt.Colonel J. D. Downing served with the 1st Battalion 12th Regiment throughout the New Zealand war of 
1865-65, including the Waikato campaign (Medal). 

'*» Lt.Colonel .1. Lo-an served with the 44th Regiment at the siege of Sevastopol from 7th January to 1st July 
1855. and was severelv wounded at the attack on the iSth June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

l» Lt Colonel E K Ben v served with the 61st Regiment in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, including the 
passage of the Chenab. battles of Sadoolapore, Chillianwallah, and Goojerat, and pursuit of the enemy to the 
KhyberPa^s (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the Indian campaign in 1857, and was present at the siege 
assault and capture of Delhi, and action of Nujjufghnr (Medal with Clasp). . . J 

i» Lt.Colonel H. G. E. Somerset served with the Cape Mounted Riflemen in the Kaffir war of 1847, and m that 
of 1850-52 (Medal). 



Majors. 



COK.NKT, 



JP William Henrj I 

d ' Dec. 14 3 1 Oct. 2 

13 Apr. 24 

"•bed if. Dec. 3] 

William ' 

Richard Bull Lewis, Ctopfatn.h.p. 20 Foot, S. 0. of Pensioners 2.. I 

-■ ■ 

George Perceval Beamish, Captain, 36 Foot 23 Junes: 

William Saunders 28 Mar. 54 29 Dec. 54 

Pornwallifi I plain, 5 Lancer.- 18 Feb. 5 

Philip Fit. iH • 60 

. - 6 June 5 

('.William '■' «, h. p. MiL Train, 8. 0. of Pensioners 

. .. 
John Henrv Kirko," Capi 

89 Fool D S Dec. 54 

6 June _ . 

I 13 Dec. 51 

JohnJam.-- '1'ijor, 20 Foot ; 29 Dec 

JohnLesli 

Charles Edward Stirling. 13 Major, h. p. Royal Artillery ... 3 Oct. 53 

• 
William II 

I hurchill barti. I ' 

. h.p. Ceylon Rifles 

Edward '■' 

James Frederic'.-. 4 Dec. 54 

Andrew Alfred Lei Foot 

John H. 81 

' 
Edwin John 01 II 

I Oct. S3 
Frederic!: I 

Fred. Lee 

Augusta ! 

1 Jan. 53 
Edward B 

« 
John ( Irmsby V 

- 

! 

H.LindsayS 
Henry VI 

William ' ■ 
Lewis I'.lytli Holi 

I 

ruard 14 July 54 

[■'red. II 

John Edward a 
' ieorge Baj lej . '•■' 

I I Apr. 54 

William I 
Ph 'M 

Wilmot Burro \ - Edwa 

Vivian Dering Majendie, Major, 1: >yal Ar'tillei \ 

-•Kmiliu.- 

23 Oct. 54 

l-'rcl. I'., . 23 Oct. 54 

Clennell 1 _■ s Oct. 54 

23 Oct. 54 
William B . ; Oct. 54 

Sir Willi 28 Feb. 55 

John lid:.. r, h.p*. Royal Artillery '20 Dec. 54 

Phomaa Cuming, If o/or, Royal Artillery ., .0 Dec. 5 



lltlT. 



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WHKW 
PLACED Olf 
.HALF PAT. 



30 Oct. 12 

22 Oct. 25 
10 July 37 

23 Apr. 42 
16 July 50 
26 Mar. 53 

7 Apr. 5 S 

3 Apr. 58 
30 Apr. 58 

3 June 58 

4 June 58 

5 June 58 

■; Oct. 58 
; >Dec. 58 

; Mar. 59 
. Apr. v; 
. Apr. 59 

■ 



10 July 

■ 

17 July 5; 
1 Mar. 54 

8 Dec. 54 

16 Dec. 54 

27 Dec. 54 

6 Jan. 55 

26 Jan. 55 

6 Mar. 55 



- 
1 Jan. 61 

i2 Nov. 61 

16 Mar. 62 
1 Apr. 62 



22 July 30 16 Feb. 44 
; June 42 

20 June 54 '2 Jan. 55 
12 Dec. 54 1 1 Apr. 61 

5 July 72! 

5 July 72! 

S July 72 

5 July 72 

S July 72 

5 July 72 14 Apr. 75 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 16 Apr. 73 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 July 72 
S July --* 

5 July 72 5 

5 July 72 

I Oct. 73 
5 July 72 3I Jan. 77 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

> 1 July 75 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 
5 July --■ 

'. July 7 
5 July 7- 

6 Jan. 75 

s July 72 

5 July 7. 

Deo. 7 ; 

5 July 72 
5 July 

5 July 72 
5 July 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
? July T2 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 July 7 j 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 






9 2 



Major 



COKNET, 

2nd lie vt. 
or ensign. 



LIEUT. 



Southhouse Scott, Major. Royal Artillery -~Dec. 54 

II l-itt, Major, lioyal Artillery !'"« Feb 11 



Charles Edmund 

Henrv Dowde sm . . 

Hale Tonnsr ■Wortham. Major. Royal Artillery 

Henrv Barlow Manic. Mm,,,-, Royal Artillery ■■■;•■-■- 

„ , c Charles Edmund Webl ... Major. Royal Engineers.... 

Edward Robert Festmg. Major, lioyal Engineers 

George "Watts Btoekley. :u«/».\ Roys Engineers 

John AshtonPapillnn. Major, Royal Engineers 

Walter Urook Rio-, Major. Kuv::! Artillery 

George Dchter Knox, Krior. Royal ArtaBery. ^ 

Osborne Hall Goodenougb, Major, Royal Artillery 

James H. rrint.de Anderson, J/./yW. Royal Artillery 

Hector Tulloch, Major. h.p. lioyal Engineers 

Henrv Chamberlavne Farrcll. Major. Royal Artillery 

Edward M'Laughiin, J/<//»r. Royal Artillery 

Arthur Stewart Hunter, Major, lioyal Artillery 

George Adam Crawtord. Major. Hc.yi.l Artillevy a ,..■-_. 
Townsend Aremberg de Molcyus, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Booth Richardson, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Henrv Wardell. Major. Royal Artillery 

William Henrv Izod, Major, Royal Artillery.. 

Turner Van Straubenzee, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henrv Webster Shakerlev. Major, Royal Artillery 



Feb. 55 1 
28 Feb. 55 



28 Feb. 55 
28 Feb. 55 
28 Feb 
28 Feb. 55 
9 Bee. 53 
sS Feb. 55 
28 Feb. 55 
28 Feb. ss 
Feb. 5 



■, Koval Artillery 

for, Royal Artillery 

'Major, Royal Artillery 
on,' Mujor, Royal Artillery. 
Royal Artillery 



Edmund Staveley, 

Henrv Edmeadea, 

John Macvicai Bn 

Stuart James Nicl 

William Smith, 3/.,, 

Y£ Edward Talbot Thackeray . Major, Royal Engineers 

John Greenlaw Forbes. Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Randolph Ruckle, Mujor, Royal Artillery 

Chark- Hei rv Luard. Major, Royal Engineers 

John Biniev. Major. Royal Engineers 

Ceoree Sainton, Mai a-, Roval Engineers 

Alfred Th< mas Mande-r, Major, Royal Engineers 

Joseph Herbert Bedford, Major, Royal Engineers 

Walter Mardon Ducat, Major, Royal Engineers ............ 

Henry Fallowfield Cooper, Captain, h.p. Royal Marines, 1 

Barrack Master at Chatham 

John Thomas Leishman, Major, Royal Artillery 

Alfred James Wake, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Edward Ba=evi, Major, Royal Artillery 
Frederick Vincent Eyre. Major, Royal Artillery 
Alex. Henry Davidson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Stapleton Pennv. Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Henrv Courtney, Major, Royal Engineei 

Richard Main-warmer Format 3andford, Major, Royal Engineers 

Richard Bullen, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Hclsham Jones. Major, Royal Engineers 

Walter Newman, Major. Royal Artillery 

Charles Neave Judge, Major. Royal Engineers 

Win. Henrv Bell Kingsley, Major, 67 Foot 

Arthur Tillard Storer, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Henrv Collins. Captain. Royal Engineers 

George Frederick Blackwood, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Thompson, Captain. Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles Ellison Bates, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Frederick Eustace Lewes, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hamilton Smithett, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Clitherow Gore, Major, 83 Foot 

Charles Edward Nairae. Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry John Thornton. Major, Royal Artillery 

Matravers H. C. Eernhard Stcinman,-- Major, h.p. R. Artillery 

Henry Watts Stockley, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hugh Chichester, Major, Royal Artillery 

Duncan Scott Pcmberton, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Robert t 'raster. Major, Royal Artillery 

George Edwin Manic, Cu/ifuin, Royal Artillery 

William Dobree Carey, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Edward Trevor Hume, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Henry Hungerford St. Leger, Captain, 71 Foot 

John Thomas Twigge, Major, Royal Engineers 

James Creagh, Captain, 17 Foot 

Charles Ward Hawi-s, 10 Jfiy'or, h.p. Bengal Staff Corps 

George Edmund Phipps Trent, Major, 26 Foot 

John Thomas French, Captain, h.-p. 90 Foot 

John Henrv Tripp. Ma, or, 76 Foot 

Reginald Gother Thorold. Major, Rnyi.l Kngim-i-rs 

Harvey Rhodes Fain r. Major, Royal Engineers 

Edward Mitchell, Major, lioyal Engineers 

John Gamier, Major, Royal En--. ■ • • j 

Ramsay \VcM»n Phipps, 'Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Bandham, Major, Royal Artillery 

Algernon Augustus Stewart, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Thomas Hamond, Major, In-, a! Artillery 

John Tilly, Captuh,, : 3 Foot 

/ ert Villiers Dillon, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edmund Sidney Burnett, Major, Royal Artillery 



CAPTAIN. 



Dec 
9 Dec 

7 Dec 

8 June 55 
8 June 55 
8 June 55 
3 Sept. 55 

7 Dec. 55 

1 Mar. 56 
[4 Nov. 4?- 

8 June 55 

9 Dec. 54 
8 June 
8 June 55 
8 June 55 
i2 June 57 



Mar. 55 
Mar. 55 
Apr. 55 
Apr. 55 
20 Apr 

Apr. 55 
20 Apr. 5 
20 Apr. 5 
1 Apr. 5 
1 Apr. 55 
1 Apr. 55 

1 Apr. 55 

2 Oct. 57 
1 Apr. 55 
1 Apr. 55 
1 Apr 
1 Apr 

20 Apr. 55 
20 Apr, 
20 Apr. 55 
20 Apr. 55 
20 Apr. 55 
20 Apr. 55 
July 55 
July 55 

July 55 

31 July 55 

July 
27 Apr. 58 
27 Apr. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Apr. 
7 Apr. 58 
27 Apr. 58 

27 Apr. 58 

28 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
17 Aug. 52 

27 Aug. 5S 
13 Feb. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
13 Feb. 5" 
15 Feb. 58 
27 Aug. 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HAL? PAT. 



i Apr. 62 
1 Apr. 62 
1 Apr. 62 
1 Apr. 62 
1 A pr. 62 
1 Apr 

1 Apr. 62 
3 Apr. 

7 May 62 
30 May ' 

June 
20 June 62 

8 June 62 
6 July 6: 

9 Sept. 6- 

9 Oct. 62 

2 Dec. 62 

2 Dec. 62 
: 7 Dec. 62 
20 Jan. 63 
27 Jan. 63 
22 Feb. 63 
22 Feb, \ 

June 63 
16 July 63 
11 Sept. 63 

3 Oct. 63 

10 Oct. 63 
24 Mar. 65 
24 Mar. 6 
24 Mar. 65 
30 June 66 
13 Dec. 66 

1 Mar. 67 
1 Mar. 67 
1 Mar. 67 
o Feb. 68 
oApr. 60 



Rot* 11 Murdoch Smith. Major, Royal Engineers 
Montagu Cholmelej Mori B, Major, 2 Foot 

William Hams Burland, Major, in Foot 

William Newaome, M ajor, Royal Engineers 

John James HeyWOod, Major, 6l Foot 

Thomas Thomson Simpson, tfaji r, 08 B\ ot 

1 lash, Major, half 1 ay , Ci ;■ Ion I 



I June 55 
: June 5; 



11 Dec. 57 

1 Hay 55 
o Apr. 56 
8 June 55 
8 June 55 

30 Nov. 55 
7 Dec. 55 

2 June 57 

2 June 57 
7 Dec. 55 

3 June 56 
3 June 56 
3 June 56 



Dec. 56 
i Aug. 54 



7 June 54 
.3 Feb. 53 
17 Mar. 
26 July 55 
12 July 50 



3 Sept. 55 



12 Dec. 57 
6 Apr. 55 



:6Jan. 55 



22 May 57 
25 Aug. 54 



7 Aug. 54 
:£ July £-5 



July 55 
31 July 55 
31 July 55 

1 Aug. 55 
31 July 55 
27 Apr. 
30 Oct. 57 

1 Aug 55 
21 Dec. 59 

7 Aug. 58 

26 Mar. 58 
23 Nov. 56 

14 Apr. 58 

1 Apr. 58 

2 May 56 

27 Apr. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 5S 
27 Aug 
27 Apr. 5 S 
27 Apr. 58 
27 Apr. 58 
31 July 55 

31 J"iy 55 

27 Apr. 58 
1 Dec. 
1 Aug 

10 Aug. 55 

23 Nov. 56 

8 Sept. 54 

8 July 56 
22 Apr. 53 

1 Aug. 55 

27 Aug 
1 Aug. 55 
1 Aug 
1 Aug. 55 
1 Aug. 55 
1 Aug. 55 

27 Aug. 58 

9 Sept. 55 
1 Aug. 55 
1 Aug. 55 
7 Aug. 55 

24 Sept. 55 

15 Sept. 57 
7 Mar. S5 

• 5 Oct. 5 
14 May 55 
26 Aug. 59 
10 A 



29 Feb. 64 
1 Sept. 64 

11 Nov. 64 
1 Jan. 65 
1 Jan. 65 

20 Apr. 65 

21 Sept. 62 
6 Feb 

1 Apr. 63 
29 July 6; 

2 Nov. 63 
1 Mar. 67 

12 May 63 

3 Aug. 63 
8 Aug 

20 Feb. 67 
May 67 
20 Apr. 68 
24 Jan. 65 
24 Mar. 65 
Apr. 60 
24 Mar. 6; 

24 June 6 

23 Nov. 6. 

25 Feb. 65 

24 Mar, 
24 Mar. 65 
24 Mar. 65 

Feb. 64 
Mar. 64 

24 Mar. 65 

25 May 60 
9 Oct. 63 
1 June 60 

13 Feb. 65 
12 June 60 
23 June 60 

5 July to 
5 Dec. 63 
1 Sept. 63 
5 Feb. 64 
15 Feb. 64 
7 Apr. 64 

14 Apr. 64 
23 June 64 
12 June 66 
31 July 60 

27 June 64 

28 July 64 
14 Aug. fo 

20 June 64 

21 Sept. 60 
25 Sept.6o 

4 Aug. 64 

29 July 62 

5 Aug. <m 



5 JuJy 7 2 

5 July 72 
5 July 7- 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 7 2 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July r 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 7 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July t 
5 July 72 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 7 
5 July 72 
5 July 
1 Aug. 72 
1 Aug. 7 



Aug. 72 

Aug. 72 

Aug. 72 

1 Aug. 72 

I Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 

3 Aug 

4 Aug. 72 
13 Aug. 71 

20 Aug. 7: 

21 Aug. 72 
27 Aug. 72 
29 Aug. 72 

Sept, 72 

Sept. 72 

Sept. 72 

Sept.72 

2s Sept.72 

" Oct. 72 

Nov. 72 

Nov. 72 

Nov. 72 

Nov. 72 

23 Nov. 72 

23 Nov. 72 

23 Nov. 72 

II Dec. 
11 Dec 

11 Dec. 72 
2 Jan. 73 

15 Jan. 73 
19 Jan. 73 

13 Feb. 73 

15 Feb. 73 
8 Mar. 
8 Mar. 
8 Mar. 73 

12 Mar. 73 
2 Apr. 73 
2 Apr. 73 

12 Apr. 73 
12 Apr. 73 
12 Apr. 73 
12 Apr. 73 

14 Apr. 73 

16 Apr. 73 
16 Apr. 73 

6 May 73 
23 May 73 
26 May 73 
1 June 73 
1 June 73 

1 Aug. 73 
Aug. 73 



24 May 77 



Dec. 71 
Oct. 7' 



7 O DeC. (..- I, Aug 



73 



Majors. 



93 



Charles Edward Lane Bluett, Major, 22 Foot 

George Scott Hills, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles John Smith, Major, Royal Kngineers 

John Eckford, Major, Ko :i I. .-i-.rrs 

AshtonMilnes ■. Royal Engineers 

Ralph Grahan ■ Royal Engineers 

John Pbilii) Steel, Major, Royal Ensineers 

Daniel Corrie Walker, Major, Royal Engineers 

Herbert Locock, Major, Royal Engineers 

Frederick Hime, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Keith. Major, Royal Engineers 

George Lane Cockburn Merewether, Major, Royal Engineers 

Peyton Phelps, Major, Royal Engineers ' 

Ferdinand Beckwith Mainguy, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Frederick Chap: or, Royal Engineers ... 

Arthur George Durnford, Major, Rival Engineers 

Montague Lambert, Major, Royal Engineers 

Walter Balfe, Ma jar, ,1 Hussars 

Thaddeus Richard Ryan, M nor, Royal Artillery 

Richard Lewis Dashwood, Major, i5_Foot 

Cromer Ashburnha m, Major, 60 Rifles 

Alexander Hacdonell Rawlins, Major, Royal Artillery . 

Edward ■•-, 48 Foot 

Edward Eraser s. Lloyd, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Robert Mead, Maj r, l: lyal Kngineers 

Henry Smalley, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Dl Manor, Royal Kngineers 

Henry Spencer Palmer, Major, Royal Engineers 

Robert Barton, Major. Ri 1- 

Robert Owen . U . al Engineers 

Valentine Gardner Clay I ■ ai Engineers ... 

Frederick James Smith, Major, Royal Engineers 

Thomas Freeman Dowden, Major, Royal Engineers 

Arthur Colleti Nightingale, Major, 93 Foot 

FitzRoy Somerset Talbot, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Stewart White, Major, g 1 

Reginald Kennett Gibb, Major, l. p 1 West India Regt. 

John Augustas Tighe, Captain, 54 Foot 

Norton ! 95 Fi 

/'«.<• Job 1 tain, 5 Foot 

Thomas Edmond Btroni b \y Staff Corps... 

Maxwell Wither Byelop, Captain, 10: Foot 

George John Hamilton, Captain, Pool 

Alfred John Ford," Captatn, b p 1 Fo it 

George Fergus Graham, Major, li< nga 

Alexander Copland. J/Vi/or t B6Iig8l Stall I CpS 

Damel Wilson Langhton, Major, Madras stall 1 

James Fielding Sweeney, Capl h.p ■ , 1 B <>. of Pensioners 

Fred, .lames Hicks, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Francis Duncan, Major, Royal Artillery 

».».«. John Ryder Oliver. Major, Royal Artillery 

Jami a Peattie Morgan, Major, B yal Art Uery 
George Grote Earn 1 a, Mat, r, 1; iyal Artillery 

Arthur Ford, Major, Royal Art llerj 

Alexander Walker. Major, Royal Artillery 
Afford Dixon, Major, Royal Artillery 
Edward Hart Dyke, Major, Royal Artillery 

Anson Swinton, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Stanwix Robertson 

Henry Morris Stanley Clarke, Major, Madras Stall 
George Robert son Eennessy, Major, Bengal Btan 1 
Montague. Charles Perrean, Staff 1 

Simon Frasei M'Gillivray, Major, Bombay 5 " 

Charles Henry Plowden, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Reginald W1 r, 8 Foot 

Riahard Sadleir, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Shaw Butler Hewetson, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Anthony Dnrand, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Jul ins Middleton Boyd, Major, Bombay sin 11 Corps 

Harry Dawkins F.ardley Wllmot Chester, Major, 1 

James B1 10k Real, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

James Nicholas Rrutton Hewett, Maj r, Bengal Staff Corps.. 

William Ruxtou Harlow, Major. Royal Artillery 

Robert Callwell Smith, Major, Royal Artillery' 

Charles David Chalmers, Major, Royal Artillery 

Samuel l'arr Lynes, Major, Royal Artillery 

Augustus Le Messorier, Major, Royal Kngineers 

William Merriman, Major, Royal Kngineers 

Julius Barras, Major. linnibav Stall' Cm-ps 

Thomas Nicholls Walker, Jfq , Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles Hallyburton Grace, .l/ii/")-, Madras - 

Henry Tristram O'Reilly, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Kennett Gregg Henderson, Maj, a-, 60 Rifles 

Henry Grattan, Captain, 35 Foot 

Robert Edward Roe, Captain, h.p. 80 F., S. O. of Pensioners... 

p.t.c. George Kennedy Shaw, Major, 68 Foot 

Richard Kerr Bayly, Major, 42 Foot 

George Armand Purse, Captain, 43 Foot 

Alfred Augustus Davidson, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Dudley North, Captain, 47 Foot 

Henry Cooper Seadon, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.i.r. Alexander William Duncan, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward John Rriscoe, Captain, 20 Foot 

John Frederick Crease, Major, R. Marine Artillery 



COBNBT, 

2nd LIEUT. LIEl'T. 

orEXSM.N. 

15 Jan. 56 5 Feb. 58 25 Sept.fio . 
8 June 55 27 Apr. 58 1 July 67 23 Aug. 7 ; 
7 Dec 55 27 Aug. 58 25 Nov. 64 24 Aug. 7 ; 
7 Dec. 55 27 Apr. 58 1 Jan. 68 24 Aug. 73 
7 Dec. 55 27 Apr. 58 4 Mar. 68 24 Aug. 73 
7 Dec. 55 27 Apr. 58 31 Oct. 68 24 Aug. 7-, 
7 Dec. 55 27 Aug. 58 31 Oct. 68 24 Aug. 7 , 
7 Apr. 56 4 Nov. 65 25 Aug. 73 
7 Apr. 56. 7 Jan. 65 25 Aug. 73 
7 Apr. 56 24 Jan. 65 15 Aug - 
7 Apr. 56 5 June 65 25 Aug. 73 
13 June 56 27 Aug. 58 12 May 68 
13 June 56 27 Aug. 58 17 June 6S 

21 June 56 1 Sept. 65 

21 June 56 22 Dec. 65 

June 56 8 Jan I 
June 56 25 Jan. 66 



1VHEJ 
PLACED OW 
BULK PA.Y. 



I Feb. 58 16 Oct. 60 
12 Dec. 56 27 Apr. 

~ May 55 

, Feb. 54 6 July 
20 Apr. 55 26 Oct. j 

12 Dec. 57 27 Aug. 5J 

£4 Mar. 51 6 June 54 -• ; Nov. 60 

7 Dec. 65 27 Aug. 58 12 Dec. 64 

13 June 56 27 Aug. 58J21 Dec. 65 



13 June 56 
13 June 56 
10 Nov. 54 



4 Nov. S3 
12 Nov. 53 
10 Apr. 55 
29 Dec. 54 
28 Apr. 54 
4 Jan. 54 
8 Dec. 54 
22 Sept. 54 
18 Aug. 48 
14 Jan. 54 

14 Jan. 54 

1 Feb. 54 



2 Dec. 56 
12 June 57 

12 June 57 
4 Feb. 
4 Feb. 54 

26 Dec. 56 



20 Feb. 54 
20 Feb. 54 



12 Dec. 56 
i2 Dec. 56 
14 Mar. 54 
14 Mar. =4 
14 Mar. 54 
24 Mar. J4 
23 Apr. 55 
1 -, June 5 i 
'3 May 53 
22 Apr. 55 
16 Mar. 55 
29 Mar. 55 
1 Apr. 54 
10 Sept. 58 



24 Feb. 57 
20 Dec. 54 



20 Dec. 56 

20 Dee. =.' 
... I lee. -1 

20 Dec. 56 

_• I Dee. 5< 
27 Aug. 5 S 
27 Aug. 58 
g Mar. 55 

1 Aug. 55 

29 Jan. 5; 

9 Mar. 55 
1 ; Jan. 56 

2 Dec. 58 

g Mar - j 

.'i Nov. 56 

21 Oct. 53 

24 Sept. 55 

27 Apr. si. 

j Apr. 

27 Apr. 5 S 

Oct. 
Dec 

30 Apr. 5E 

1 July 5 l 

.■I Sept. . 

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Oct. 5 

27 Aug. 5 > 
7 Mar. 5 

3 Nov. 5< 

25 Oct. 5; 

6 Feb. 5: 
15 Sept.5 

26 Oct. 5 
1 ii 1 

9 Oct. 5. 
co Sept. 51 
5 Oct. 6 
o Dec. 51 

7 Apr. 5 
a Oct, 



4 Mar. 66 
■ Ait. < I 

6 June 66 
6 June 66 

.4 Oct 

31 Oct. 

23 Nov. 60 

5 Aug. 64 

10 July 63 
20 Apr. 67 

30 Nov. 60 
16 Dec. 60 
4 Jan. 66 
, Deo. 6. 

28 Dec. 60 

1 1 Jan. > ■ 
1 4 Jan. or 
14 Jan. 66 

4 Jan. 

■ Feb 

10 Aug 64 

24 Mar. 

4 Mar 

Sept. 65 

, Feb. 61 

., Feb. '•> 

1 Feb. " 

4 Feb. 6( 

-,, Feb. 61 

10 Feb. 6( 

■:, Feb. " 

■. , Feb 6i 

1 Mar. 6< 
I ' ; 

7 Dec. 64 

Ma\ < 
ii Oct. 6fc 
)i Dec. 6£ 

j Mar, 6l 

1 Mar. 61 

1 Mar. 61 
, Mar. 6l 

10 June 6- 

8 Feb. 6i 

5 Mar. 61 
a Mar. 6] 
5 July 6: 

2 Sept. 6; 

1 Apr. 6( 
5 June6( 

3 Aug. of 

9 Aug. 6( 
3 July 6; 



rej. 56 3 Aug. 67 



2 5 Aug. 73 

25 Aug. 73 

6 Aug - 

26 Aug. 73 
26 Aug. 73 
29 Aug. 73 

- 

28 Sept 73 
18 Oe*. 73 

29 Oct. 73 
6 Dec. 73 

10 Dec. 73 
ii Dec - 

11 Dec. 73 
.1 Dec. 73 

Dec 
11 Dec. 73 
11 Dec. 73 
11 Dec. 73 
11 Dec. 73 
14 Dec. 73 
17 Dec. 73 
24 Dec. 73 
24 Dec. 73 
29 Dec. 73 
29 Dec. 73 
29 Dec. 73 
4 Jan. :t 
6 Jan. 74 

.4 Jan. 74 
14 Jan. 74 
.4 Jan. 74 

1 Feb. 71 
4 Feb. 

4 Feb. 74 
4 Feb. 74 

4 Feb. 7i 
4 Feb. 74 

4 Feb. 74 

4 Feb. 74 

., Feb. 71 
1 Feb. 71 



16 Dec. 74 



7 Jan 74 



Feb. 



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• Feb. 74 
Feb. 7. 
Feb. -, 

10 F| I.. - ; 

- Feb. 71 
4 Mar. 71 

, Mar 7( 
1 Mar. 74 
1 Mar. 71 
1 Mar. 74 
: Mar. „ 
i Mar. 74 
4 Mar. 74 
4 Mar. 74 
4 Mar. 74 
4 Mar. 74 

7 Mar. 74 

8 Mar. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
■ Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 



94 



Majors. 



William Winkworth Allnutt, Major, Royal Marines 

William Edward Dcsrnrcl. Captain, Royal .Murines 

p.s.c. Francis Shirley Russell, Captain, 14 Hussars 

Henry Fntmis Huttm , Captain, 23 Foot 

Parry Lamb, it . Major, Royal Enmneers 

John Magee MNeile. .V,//< r, Royi HafflW»- ■_"• -;■•"■ "■ 

Colin Campbell BcoH Monorieff, CSJ Major, R.Engineers 

Keith Alexander J..pp. Major, Royal Engineers 

v r.e Charles John liiirnett. Captain, 15 root 

Wm. Aug. Trv.tell Helden, Cafff. Copfa.n, 100 Foot 

William Fowler. Captain. 47 Eoot V'pw'TTT 

3TC William Francis Butler, 30 CB. Major, h.p. 69 Foot, A. A. 

4- Q. 3f. Gen. Cape of Good Hop.' > 

Algernon Arbuthnot Godwin, Major, 103 Foot 

Charles Jamee Bromhead, Captain, 24 Foot 

p.i.c. Robert Wm. Thew Gordon. Captmn,93 Foot 

p...c. Son. Henry John Lindley Wood, Captain, 12 Lancers ... 
George Ward Chicheley Plowden, Major, Bengal Stafl Corps 

John Haves Lloyd, Maj r, h.p. Bombay Stall Corps 

Henry William Harris, Major, Bombay Staff C°^£-;;-""-"" 
George W.lland Henry Boggan, Major, Bengal Staff Corps... 

Charles Mant, Major, Royal BngmeerB 

James William Hassell, Major, 1 Foot..........^.... 

Charles Edward Stewart, Major, Bengal Stafl Corps 

Alex \I W. Samson. Major, h.p. 1 West India Regt 

THE, Thomas Cadell. Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Robert H. Patrick Doran, Major, 50 Foot 

Hcnrv Wilson Cordon. Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Wm. Barclav Gordon Cleatlier, Major. 47 Foot 

Bernard Cracroft, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Robert Isaac Adamson, Major, iS Foot 

Charles Thomas Banbury, Major, Rifle Brigade 

James Williamson, Captain, -.3 Foot 

Francis Henry Thompson, Major, Madras Stall Corps 

William John Bell, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

John Campbell Gunning. Major. Madras Btaff Corps 

Lewis George Brown, Major, Bombay Stafl' Corps 

Herbert Mills Repton. Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

George Rowlandson, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Frederick Wheeler, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

John Wm. C. Henderson, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Herbert Charles Pa tton, Major, 22 Foot 

Edward Musgrave Beadon, Major. S5 Foot 

Emerick Streatfeila Berkeley, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Wm. L. N. Knvvett, Major, Madras Btaff Corps 

Stephen Wm. B. Sherman, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Barnard Hughes Preston. Major. Madras Staff Corps 

Frederick Brown Boone, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

John Upperton, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

VE, Hanson C. Taylor Jarrett, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

George Murray, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Colin Mackenzie, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Francis Brodigan, Major. 28 Foot 

Montagu de Balis M*K. G. A. Clarke, Captain, 50 Foot 

Louis Charles A. A. de Cetto, Major, R. Artillery 

Charles Trench, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frederick Anderson Stebbing, 35 Captain, h.p. 96 Foot 

Thomas John, Major, 46 Foot 

Spencer Bimington, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Richard Carruthers Budd. Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Henry Gillett, Major, 13 Foot 

Henry Mastcrman Thompson, Captain, 82 Foot 

William Burvill Holmes, Major, Roval Engineers 

Julius Dyson Dyson-Laurie, Major. 34 Foot 

George Graham Howe Fulton, Major, Bombay Staff Corps ... 

Wm. Wheler Hume, Major, Bengal Btaff Corps 

Wm. Blenkmsop, Major, h.p. j Dr. Gels. Cavalry Depot 

Edward M'MahOE Forbes. 1 ' Major, h.p. 2 West India Regt. ... 

than, Major, 74 Foot 

John Newbold Wilson, Major. Madras Staff Corps 

Oswald Mi ps 

Wm. Gordon Trevor', Major, Bombay Btaff Corps 

John Wha ley Watson, Mojo,-, Bombay Staff Corps 

Edw. Daniel Hamilton Vibart, Major, Bengal Btaff Corps 

Wm. Puget La Touche, Major, lioinbay Staff Corps 

William Btoddart, Major, Madras Stair Corps 

I alias Stall' ( 'orps 

James William 0*D • •■•■■■'. Man r, Bi agal Staff Corps 

William Stafford B Stafl" Corps 

Edward Gord qJi ikfc . Maj-r, hi, mbay staff Corps 

BobertF B Mii.'iVain.s.O.of Pensioners 

1 or, 16 Foot 

•. Madras stair Corps 

Robert Soskyna 1 U © rps 

Henry Co'. Maior, Royal Artillery 

Edward liirch. Major, 11 Fool * 

John Cobb, Captain, h.n. Royal Marines, Pai/miuter, Ports-) 

moo Hi lh _)' 

■ i,-. Maior, Hitie Brigade 

Fnii. v, in. Richard Clements, Major. Royal Engineers 

Win. John Lane Milligiin. (apt. Ii. ],. Military Tr. S.t). of lVns. 

Richmond Honghl Corps 

Ayliner Vivian. Major, Bengal Siall'Coip- 

Alexander John Vibart, Major, hm., bay stair Corps 

Alexander M'Goun, Major,' Madras Stall' Corps 



CORNET, 
2nd LIEUT. 
OrESSIGK 



23 Apr. 55 
26 Oct. 55 

6 Feb. 63 

1 Apr. 59 

7 Dec. 55 
13 June 56 
13 June 56 
12 Dec. 56 

2 July 6. 
7 Mar. 56 

10 Jan. 63 

7 Sept. 58 

20 Nov. 60 
30 Aug. 5 
26 Feb. 5- 
30 Aug. 64 
4 Apr. 54 
4 Apr. 54 
4 Apr. 54 
4 Apr. 54 

12 June 57 

13 Sept. 53 

14 Apr. 54 

25 Sept.55 
17 Apr. 54 

6 June 54 
6 May 54 
13 Oct. 54 

15 May 54 

26 Jan. 55 
2 Feb. 55 

29 Dec. 54 

8 June 54 

8 June 54 

9 June 54 
9 June 54 
9 June 54 
9 June 54 
9 June 54 
9 June 54 
9 July 56 

12 Mar. 53 
10 June 54 
_ _ June 54 
10 June 54 
:o June 54 
jo June 54 
10 June 54 
._ June 54 
10 June 54 
:o June 54 
6 June 54 
8 Feb. 53 



30 July 62.14 Aug. 72 
:oFeb. 63|i9 0ct 72 
5 Nov. 61 29 Oct. 73 



18 May 55 

June 53 

July 54 

20 July 54 

24 Aug. 54 

6 June 54 
t3 June 56 

16 Feb. 55 

4 Aug. 54 

5 Aug. 54 
23 Dec. S3 

7 Nov. 57 
;o July 54 
io Aug. 54 
26 Aug. 54 
31 Aug. 54 

4 Sept. 54 
4 Sept. 54 

6 Sept. 54 
:2 Sept. 54 
t2 Sept. 54 
12 Sept. 54 

Sept. 54 
Sept. 54 

17 Dec. 52 
17 Feb. 58 
io Oct. 54 
o Oct. 54 



24 Feb. 54 
8 June 49 
8 Feb. 55 



LIEUT. 



:g July 58 
4 Apr. 59 
13 Aug. 64 
2 Dec. 62 

7 Aug. 58 
17 Aug. 58 
:7 Aug. 58 
17 Aug. 58 

8 Jan. 64 
23 Mar. 58 

June 64 
[7 Nov. 6; 



3 Aug. 67 
3 Aug. 67 
13 June 68 
22 Aug. 68 
31 Oct. 6S 
31 Oct. 68 
31 Oct. 68 
10 Nov. 69 
1 Dec. 69 
1 Apr. 70 
1 Apr. 70 

13 Apr. 72 



28 May 70 

23 Nov. 56 

12 Nov. 55 

Nov. 56 



- Apr. 74 

May 63 



Apr. 66 
Apr. 66 
i« -o.u 6 . 3 /| f Apr. 66 
27 Aug. 58; 10 Nov. 69 
3 Dec. 54 ! 2S Mar. 61 
1 May 55114 Apr. 66 14 Apr. 74 
31 Oct. 56! 20 May 66 
13 Nov. 56 17 Apr. 66 
8 Dec. 54 29 Mar. 61 
:3 Nov. 56J 6 May 66 
Feb. 55 9 Ap: 



21 Feb. 57 15 May 66 
19 June 55 1 Apr. 62 

8 June 55 30 Apr. 61 
23 Mar. 55 7 May 61 
27 Aug. 58 4 Oct. 64 
13 Apr. 57 8 June 66 
23 Nov. 56 9 June 66 

25 May 57 9 June 66 
;o May 57 9 June 66 

7 June 57 9 June 66 
5 June 57 9 June 66 

ji Mar. 58 9 June 66 

26 Mar. 58 6 May 62 
2 Mar. 55 9 Oct. 63 
5 Jan. 56 10 June 66 

23 Nov. 56 10 June 66 

23 Nov. 56 10 June 66 

23 Nov. 56 10 June 66 ._ . 

>i Dec. 56 10 June 66 10 June 74 

9 July 57 10 June 66 10 June 74 

27 Aug. 57 10 June 66 10 June 74 
29 June 58 10 June 66 10 June 74 
15 Sept. 56 20 June 66 20 June 74 

8 Jan. 55 2 June 65 27 June 74 
25 Aug. 54 to May 61 29 June 74 
19 Deo. 55; 15 Aug. 65 1 July 74 
19 Dec. 55] 20 Sept.65 1 July 74 
12 Apr. 56! 17 May 61 

Dec. 54 2 4 May 6 



1 ucu. 54: -4 ^ a J ul uoiiiji /^ 
;o Jan. 56J20 July 66 20 July 74 



.„ Oct. 56:20 July 66 
.6 June 55 4 June 6 
29 Dec. 54 11 June 61 
27 Aug. 58 18 Nov. 68 
13 July 55,11 June 61 
" June 561 4 Au " 



MAJOK. 



i Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
i Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
1 Apr. 74 
4 Apr. 74 
4 Apr. 74 
4 Apr. 74 
4 Apr. 74 
4 Apr. 74 
4 Apr. 74 



5 Apr. 74 

7 Apr. 74 

5 Apr. 74 

6 May 74 
10 May 74 

5 May 74 
!2 May 74 

->8 May 74 
30 May 74 

8 June 74 

8 June 74 

9 June 74 
9 June 74 
9 June 74 
9 June 74 
9 June 74 
9 June 74 

io June 74 
io June 74 
io June 74 
o June 74 
o June 74 
o June 74 



4 July 74 
~ July 74 



. __ July 74 

1 21 July 74 

23 July 74 

July 74 



■ Aug. 74 



Aug. 74 
._ Aug. 74 
3 Aug. 74 

Aug. 74 



iouj_ic 3 u; ^.n.u.^.w H .^u 6 . /1 

.- Feb. 57j 5 Aug. 66 5 Aug. 74 
29 Feb. 561 7 Jan. 66 — 
15 Jan. 59; 7 July 67 

8 July 56' 18 June 61 . 
10 July 56] 20 Aug. 66|2o 

27 June 57I26 Aug. 66126 Aug. 74 
•■7 Nov. 5731 Aug. 66 31 Aug. 74 
Ii Oct. 55j3oOct. 62' 4 Sept. 74 
:6 Nov. 56 4 Sept.66 4 Sept.74 
13 Nov. 56J 6 Sept.66 6 Sept.74 
!3 Nov. 56 12 Sept.66|i2 Sept.74 
23 Nov. 5612 Sept.66'12 Sept.74 
21 Aug. 57! 12 Sept. 66 12 Sept.74 

8 Deo. 56:19 Sept.66 1 19 Sept.74 

28 May 57 20 Sept.66 20 Sept.74 
" Aug. 54 6 Sept. 61 

May 59 31 Jan. 65 



6 June 54 
9 Dec. 54 
9 Dec. 54 
9 Dec. 54I 
9 Dec. 54! 



23 Nov. 56 
20 Sept. 56 
19 Dec. 55 
1 May 55 
1 Sept.53 

6 July 55 

5 May 57 

7 Apr. 57 

6 Jan. 57 
31 Jan. 57 

Nov. 



30 July 6_ 
20 Oct. 66 
1 Nov. 65 
17 Sept. 61 
26 Sept.61 

8 Oct. 61 
20 Dec. 66 

8 Oct. 61 

9 Dec. 66 
9 Dec. 66 
9 Dec. 66 



7 Oct. 74 
Oct. 74 
-Oct. 74 
20 Oct. 74 
31 Oct. 74 
Nov. 74 
25 Nov. 74 

1 Dec. 74 

2 Dec. 74 
5 Dec. 74 
9 Dec. 74 
q Dec. 74 

Dec 



July 58I 9 Dec. 66' 9 Dec. 74I 



! May 75 



10 Apr. 78 



27 Sept. 77 



Majors. 



95 



COBNET, 
|2Illl LIEUT. 
'orBNSIGN. 



( U TUN . 



Frederick Donnellv Havington, " - .-.5610 Dec. 66 10 Dec. 74 

rhomas Low rules,' -Uc/ /or, Madras Staff Corps 10 Dec. 54 23 Nov. 56 10 Dec. 66 10 Dec. 74 

Bryan Wm. Broughton, Major, Madras Staff Corps '10 Dec. 34 23 Nov. 56 10 Dec. 66 1 

Charles Wm. fange, Major, Bombay staff Corps 10 Dec. 54 23 Nov. 56 10 Dec. 66 10 Dec. 74 

Robert Elphrastohe Boyle, Major, Bengal Staff Corps JoDec. 54 14 July 57 10 Dec. 66 10 Dec. 74 

John Picton Warlow, Major, Madras Staff Corps 10 Dec. 54 2 Dec. 57 10 Dec. 66 10 Dec. 74 

George Tvndall, Major, .Madras staff Corps 10 Dec. 54 21 May 5 S 10 Dec. 60 10 Dec. 74 

Edmund Failure, Major, Madras Staff Corps 20 Dec. 54 10 Feb. =7 2 1 Deo. 66 20 Dec. 74 

Charles Win. Campbell, M - rps 20 Dec. 54 3° June 57 20 Dec. 60 20 Dec. 74 

George Ritso Goodt.Uou 23 Dec. 54 23 Nov. 56 23 Dec. 60 23 Dec. 74 

Newton Robert Btu 1 ' s 3° Dec 54 8 June 57 30 Dec. 66 30 Dec. 74 

Charles Elphinstone Rennie. Major, 44 Foot 1 ' ' 1 Jan. 75 

Richard Fisher Angelo, 1. rps t Ja Nov. 56! 4 Ja - 4 Jan. 75 

Henry Follett Pritchard, Major, Koval Artillery 12 Dec. 57 27 Aug. 58 15 Aug. 67 7 Jan. 75 

Burton Yaldwin, Major, Royal Artillery i-' Dec. 57 27 Aug. 58 29 Apr. 68 7 Jan. 75 

Walter John Finch, Major, Royal Artillery « Dec. 57 27 Aug. 58 3 Aug. 65 16 Jan. 75 

1 2 June 57 27 Apr. 58 21 Dec. 65 16 Jan. 75 
6 Mar. 56 5 Jan. 66 16 Jan. 75 
6 Mar 56 1 1 Jan. - i t6 Jan. 75 
6 Mar. 56 3 Fel>. 66 16 Jan. 75 

16 Jan. 75 

6 Mar. 56 10 Mar. t6 16 Jan. 75 
i 16 Jan. 75 

Car, 66 16 Jan. 75 
6 16 Jan. 75 

7 Apr. 56 1 5 Apr. 66 [6 Jan. 7s 
Dec. 57 27 Apr. 58 10 M 

- n May 58 29 May 66 16 Jan. 75 

7 Apr. 

7 Apr 
1 Dec. 57 't. 66 16 Jan. 75 

o Jan. 55 23 Nov. 56 20 Jan. 67 20 Jan. 75 
20 Jan. 55 22 Feb. 57 20 Jan. 6720 Jan. 75 
20 Jan. 55 30 July 

.•o Jan. 55 31 ■ Jan. 75 

: Jan. 75 

31 Jan. 5 1 Jan. 75 

13 June 56 27 Aug. 58 7 v 
11 Dec. 5727 Aug. 53 ro Nov. I 1 Feb. 75 

, Feb. 75 
b. 1 7 < Feb. 75 

1 Feb. 75 
28 Feb. v 



Henry De Grey Warter, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Budd, Major. Royal Artillery 

John Haughton, M 

p.s.c. Franc . Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Clarke, J/ 

William Godit'.i-ov Brand d Artillery 

Donald B Oame on, CMG. \£aior, Royal Artillery. 
William Henry No i 
George (IV 



William Ketones. .'•/ 

Percy lie. ..1! Artillery 

Edward Draper Elliott, Major, B ryal Artillery 

Henry Bond, .1/ lery 

Wm. Morritt Barneby Walton, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis William Ward. ' \tillt-ry 

Swinton Join. Browne, Major, Bengal Stall' Corps 

John Watson M. Anderson, Major, Bombay StaffCorps 
--.■'' 

William Jacob, If 

Denzil Hammill, Major, 75 Foot 

Elliot Seward Ostrehan, Major, Bombay Stall" Corps ... 

Patrick 1 - 

Henry Berberi L.e. . 1/ .crs 

Anthony Stews 1 1 . 

Percy Willi 

Henry Evelyn Coni iirham. Major, VI idras StaffCorps 

11 ugh Pearoe I ' 

Wm. Sim Macleod, Caj ' 

Thomas Gardiner, Major, h.p. ... I' "Recruiting <>.' 

1 Campbell, '•' 

John Rawlins, i iw 

Henry lih 

Alex. Johi 
Osmond Barnes, Ma 

George Augustus \\.<: . M< 

Edward 1 •■ iffl k>rpa 

Henri Sparke S 

p.«.c. Charles Alfred Goro . 1/ ■ ■ , Royal Artillery 

William Henry Oral 

Hire Dickinson, Major, Madrae 
Monro, Major, Bengal - 



\ 



Feb. 75 
Feb. 75 

14 Mar. 5S 4 Ml 



Mar. 75 



29 Apr. 51 

6 July 55U5N0V. 61 10 Mar. 75 

10 Mar. 75 

Mar. 75 
is Mar l 

Charles Augustus Mum 3taffCorpa ' tfar. 75 

Thomas Key t;.! r< 17 Mar. 55I23 Nov. j< 17 Mar. 67 17 Mar. 75 

Robert Francis Firth, M " ~ Mar. 75 

: Mar. 75 
Oliver K. Newm.iren, .1/ „. 17 Mar. 55 21 July 57 17 Mai". 717 Mar. 75 

Charles M'Inroy, J 17 Mar. si - Mar. 75 

Franci ... 20 Mar. 5 



WHKN 
PLACED ON 
HilTPAT. 



10 Apr. 



Alberto Eall< ran Clay, Major. '■ 

Mai am 'i I 1 Raj 

Robert Cotton 3d 

Charli H 

Charles Edwai IFisher, ] Stan 



Joscpl 
John t 

David Henry Traill, .1/ 

Alexand ' n En 

Henry Meredith \" ilia it. Major, Royal Engineers 
red. Stanlej I 

William Southwell CUI SI '.'. 

.1 e 1 . Royal Artillery 

Edward Wi Iti 1 

I lenry Charles Wright , Major, Madras Staff Cori 
Thomas Henry II. liro.il.e. 1/ ■■■,, ,-, Madras Stan I 
Wm. H. Cl. H ■ . ' ■ , . - , . 
Samuel Dimloii, Maior. U ■■■.. 1 1 Arl.llery 

Edward Lyons, Major, 1: 

Howard Parker, c 

Arthur Hill, Captai 1, :i Fi 1 

Henry C. X. Ward, Major Bengal Staff Corps 

John MacDonald Smith, Major, Madras Staff. Corps 

George Campbell Ross, .1/ 

John Magee ih . - 

Francis James Rivers, 1/ if Corps 

Kdu . Henry K. Kauntze, .1/ • <>. . ! 



__ Mar. 5; 

20 Mar. =-12 Feb. 58 20 • 

2S Mar. 5J 



I I ■. • Mar. 7 




20 Oct. 55 
ii May 55 

20 Apr. 55 
20 Apr. 55 
19 June 57 

13 June 56 
4 May 55 
11 May 5; 

Henry Jardine Hullowes, Major, 15 Foot Ju May s.\ 






12 June 58 
4 Apr. ss 

4 Apr. 55 
4 Apr. 55 
28 June 49 



1 Mar. 75 
27 Aug. < Mar. 75 

Apr. 75 
\ 

Apr. 75 

1 Mar. : M'i"- 75 

I M>r. 75 

18 Oct. ■ 1 '■]"■■ 75 

7 Apr. ; Apr. 75 

7 Apr. 1 Apr. 75 

Apr. 75 

[I Oct. Apr. 75 

■•• 67 ... Apr. 75 
5 Apr. 1 Apr. 75 

30 July > - Apr. 75 

27 Aug. 58 10 Nov. 69 j May 75 
23 Dec. 56' 4 May 671 4 May 75 
20 Feb. 56 11 May 1711 May 75 
Sept.57 18 Feu. 62 29 May 75 



§6 



Majc 



Alfred F. P. Harcourt, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles Lewis Raikes, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Aug. Marshall Phillips. Major, Bombay Staff Corps .... 
William George Murray, Major, h.p. Bengal Staff Corps 

John Jacob, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Jamea Miller, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

George B. Farrin'gton, Major, Madras Staff Corps 
William Charles Plant, Major, Madras Staff Corps 
Kdw. Lacon Ouimannev, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 
Henry M. B. Burlton, Major'. Bengal Staff Corps ... 
Peter A. Van Hbmrigh, Major, Madras Staff Corps 
Horace Francis de Lous..ua. Major, Madras Staff Corps 
William Chisholm, Majt r, Madras Staff Corps 

John Godson, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

James Lewis Bradshaw, M'jor, So Foot 

George William Bonadaile. Major, Royal Artillery 
Thomas \V. Sander.-, Major. Bombay Staff Corps 
Arthur John Doig, Major, Bombay Staff Corps ... 
William John Beaton, 'Major, Madras Staff Corps 
George Bertie B. Hobart, Major, Royal Artillery 

Harry Adair Trace;.-, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry John Francis Shea. Maj o\ Royal Artillery. 
Reginald t'. \V. Mi! :'.:■ 1, M>' '.: Bengal Staff Corps 
Charles Swmhoe, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

John Brian, Major, 82 Foot 

Thomas Kdmund Adams, Major, 45 Foot 

Edward Micklem, Major, Roval Engineers 

John William Hmdle, J/' •.' Madras Staff Corps 
Charles Francis Moore, Maj r, Madras Staff Corps 
Weutworth Henry King-Hannan, Major, Royal Artillery 
Thomas Strong Seccoinbe. Major, Royal Artillery .. 
Hugh P. R. F. Crawfjrd. Maj,. ,-, Madras Staff Corps 

Anthony Wimrfield. Ma 'or, Madias Staff Corps 

Robert Stephens Jag:, Major, Madras Staff Corps 
Joseph Charles Smyth-Windham, Major, Royal Artillery 

Win. Bruce Bailees 'Hal'.. Ma .-, Royal Artillery 

William Thomas Budgeti, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Broadrick, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Gladstone. 3 - Captain, h.p. Royal Marine Artillery 

Frederick Tynte Warburton, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles D. Baynes, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Murray D. V. T. Grant, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Alexander Chorley Davidson, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Lawson, Major, 59 Foot 



COKNBT, 1 
2nd LIEUT. I LIEUT. 
Or ENSIGN. 




8 June55j23 Nov. 56 
8 June55i23 Nov. 56 
8 June 55 27 Dec. 56 
8 June 55 1 May 57 
8 June 5s 19 June 57 

8 June 55 23 Sept.57 

9 June55|io Sept. 56 



CAPTAIN. 



MAJOB. 



8 June 75 
8 June 75 



June 67 

June 67, „ „„^ l0 
June 67 J 8 June 75 
June 67! 8 June 75 
June 67 8 June 75 
_ June 67 8 June 75 
9 June 67 9 June 75 



p. i.e. Alexander Lyon Emerson. Major, 28 Foot. 
"" *,Maj 



Francis Weldon, Major, Madras Staff Corps .... 

Herbert A. T. Nepean, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Josiah Wilkinson, Major, 105 Foot 

Reginald Bythell, Major, Bombay Staff Corps ....'. !!.!!!!!!!! 

Alex. Graham Owen, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Hugh Arthur Lewes. Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Lechmere Russell, Major, h.p. Bombay Staff Corps 

Charles Aylmer Liardet, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Henry Kerr, Major, 7 Foot 

Henry George Saunders, Major, Bengai Staff Corps '"!"!""!"! 

Josias Dunn, Major, 89 Foot 

Henry Waring, Major, 2 Foot 

Eustace Lovelace Hercy, Major, 2 Foot.!.!!!!!'!.'!!!!!!!! 

Charles O'Loughlin L. Preudergast, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Wm. Walpole Murdoch, Major, Roval Artillery .. . 

Edward Delaval Tarletou, Major, Royal Artillery 

John M'Mullin, Major, Madras Staff Corps .... 

Henry Pountney Darwall, Major, Roval Artillery 

Boss Thompson, Major, Roval Engineers .... 

Stanley Crozier, Major, 43 Foot 

Ckjirlca Stuart L-!air V. . M., ins lit iff <_ rps 

John Blakslcy, Major, 3 Foot 

John Liston, Major, Bengal Staff Corps.!!.!'.!!!!!!'.'..!'. 

Robert. Horace Hndleston, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Russell Morland Skinner, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

John Kwmg, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

52^*- w f " '■"''>•"•'. Major, Bengal staff Corps'..!!!:;!!;;;;;;'" 

TiT»- ra -J- , ",V"! MlUr Brown, Major, Bengal Staff Corps .... 

Wilham V. r . Jacob, Maj ,•. 1 „•-;,! staff Corps 

Ho ratio Samuel Court, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Robert Wheeler, Major, Madras BtaffCorpa 

Acton Chaplin Harelock, Major, Madras staff Corps"! 

Duncan M ■Neili, Major, Ma. Iras Staff Corps ... 

Hontagu Ball, Major, 101 Foot 

IVadenok Francis Daniell, Major, 75 ; Foot 

Henry Morton, .If, w. I;, i, -a',' Staff Corps .'.':.'.'; 

Uohard Eraser Litchti.-M, Major, Madras BtaffCorpa!!! 

■y '" rhomai Eden, Maj, ,-. Bombay BtaffCorpa 

■ I ward Boden Cottlngham, Major. Roval Artillery 

John Claudius Aucliinh-ck, J/.i/or, koyal Artillery 

ArthnrBoberl Chapman, Major, Bengal staff Corps 

Kdwurd (.. ( odniiL'to-., Maj„ r , llcngal Stall' Corps... 

JOha I yi.c Grant, Major, li.ud.ay Staff Corps... 

Samuel Cotter K, , I Artillery 

I], ' ,,r '- k . '•\'' . ' .•-'• •' •'" M^,r, ;.n.:lr^ St-ff Lcrps 
HborOflgh Mart,,, Woodoook, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 
ll.a, A l,er IS. de] .Major. Royal Artillery 

Edward H.llu.mtt est, J/., ,,,r, Bombay Stall Corps . . * I 

•S.r Robert QrOTei San Un.:,„, AC.S7. Major, Bengal S C I 

>:>.r. .losepl, Hodgson FaWCett" Major,' ^.y. 1 Foot' ] 



12 June 58 

3 Dec. 50 
-2 Jan. 55 
26 Sept. 55 
26 Sept. 55 

4 Mar. 57 



9 June 55:23 Nov. 56 9 June 6 7 | 9 June 75 
9 June 55 21 Aug. 57 j 9 June 67! 9 June 75 
7 June 55123 Nov. 56,12 June 67 12 June 75 

2 June 55' 23 Nov. 56 12 June 67! 12 June 75 

3 June 55)29 May 57 20 June 67' 20 June 75 
; June5s'23 Nov. 56.25 June67J25 June 75 

■ -- 23 Nov. 56 4 July 67 4 July 75 
30 July 58 28 Oct. 68 10 July 75 

27 Aug. 58 3 Aug. 65 14 July 75 
23 Nov. 56 16 July 67 16 July 75 

1 Feb. 57 16 July 67 16 July 75 

20 June 5820 July 67 20 July 75 
7 Apr. 5614 Nov. 66 24 July 75 
7 Apr. 56 6 Dec. 66 24 July 75 

7 Apr. 56 1 Jan. 67 24 July 75 
30 Apr. 58 25 July 67 25 July 75 

8 Sept.59 27 July 67 27 July 75 
17 Mar. 58 18 Mar. 62 29 July 75 
13 Apr. 55 14 June 64 4 Aug. 75 
15 May 57 12 Mar. 67 12 Aug. 75 

28 Oct. 56 20 Aug. 67! 20 Aug. 75 
10 Sept.57 20 Aug. 67 20 Aug. 75 

21 June 56 30 Mar. 67 21 Aug. 75 
21 June 56 3 Apr. 67I21 Aug. 75 
10 Apr. 58 1 Sept. 67 t Sept. 75 

. OD 23 Nov. 56 4 Sept.67| 4 Sept.75 
.55 23 Nov. 56 4 Sept.67 4 Sept.75 
21 June 56 6 July 67 8 Sept.75 
2i June 56 6 July 67 8 Sept.75 
21 June 56 6 July 67 8 Sept.75 
21 June 56 6 July 67 8 Sept.75 
30 Dec. 51,24 Feb. 54 27 Mar. 62 15 Sept.75 16 Nov. 75 

15 May 57 12 Mar. 67J16 Sept.75 

Sept.551 1 Oct. 58 21 Sept.67 21 Sept.75 



^1 OCJJU.SSJ X \S\sV. s.vj 

21 Sept.55.17 Apr. 60 



7 Aug. 58 
3 Dec. 52 

3 July 55 



2 Oct. 551 8 Apr. 59 
4 Oct. 55 23 Nov. 56 
4 Oct. 55|ioMay 57 
4 Oct. 55 31 July 58 
4 Oct. 55! 17 Jan. 59 
26 Jan. 55J27 July 55 
20 Oct. 55 21 Jan. 57 
9 Feb. 55 21 Oct. 55 



'3 "LUJ Si J 4 ociJt.u/ 

23 Nov. 56 26 Sept.67 
12 Feb. 58 26 Sept.67 
19 Feb. 58 



5 June 57 

5 Feb. 58 
23 Oct. 55 

6 Nov. 55 

11 June 58 
8 June 55 
4 Dec. 55 

7 May 58 
7 Dec. 55 



13 Apr. 58 
11 Feb. 59 
11 Sept.67 
21 June 56 
10 Aug. 56 
8 Oct. 61 
10 Aug.56 
27 Aug. 58 
8 Jan. 56 
31 Dec. 57 
4 May 60 
M 17 Oct. 56 
7 Dec. 55 1 June 57 
7 Dec. 55 15 June 57 
7 Dec. 55 16 July 57 

7 Dec. 55 30 Apr. 58 

8 Dec. 55 7 June 57 
8 Dec. 55! 4 June 57 
8 Dec. 55I25 Aug. 57 
8 Dec. 55 30 Apr. 58 
8 Dec. 55(20 May 58 
" Dec. 55! 5 Nov. 58 

Mar. S2l 1 Feb. 56 



1 Mar. 521 1 Feb. 56 30 July 62 
3 Aug. 58J16 Dec. 59 8 May 67 



'J -o-"6- 3 U | 1U "=i" ii 

20 Dec. 55 30 Apr. 58 
20 Dec. 55 3 Jan. 59 
20 Dec. 55 26 May 59 
' Aug. 56 



4 Jan. 56; 24 Sept.57 



i Jan. 56 24 Mar 



.. Sept. 67121 Sept.75 
9 June68|2i Sept.75 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



14 Feb. 76 



7 Apr. 6_ 
4 Sept.67 



31 Jan. 67 
2 Oct. 67 
4 Oct. 67 
4 Oct. 67 
4 Oct. 67 
4 Oct. 67 
-i Apr. 62 
20 Oct. 67 
Apr. 62 
May 64 
. Mar. 65 

23 Oct. 67 
6 July 67 
1 July 67 

16 Nov. 67 

24 Sept.67 

6 Dec. 68 
30 Apr. 64 

4 D2C 67 
8 Mar. 64 

7 Dec. 67 
7 Dec. 67 
7 Dec. 67 
7 Dec. 67 

7 Dec. 67 
'-3 Aug. 64 

8 Dec. 67 
8 Dec. 67 
8 Dec. 67 
8 Dec. 67 
8 Dec. 67 

30 July 62 



20 Dec. 67 
Dec. 67 
Dec. 67 
Aug. 67 



Aug. 56 10 Oct. 67 



Jan. 68 



- Sept.75 

!2 Sept.75 

j6 Sept.75 
26 Sept.75 
29 Sept.75 
2 Oct. 75 
4 Oct. 75 
4 Oct. 75 
4 Oct. 75 
4 Oct. 75 

19 Oct. 75 

20 Oct. 75 

21 Oct. 75 
23 Oct. 75 
23 Oct. 75 
23 Oct. 75 
28 Oct. 75 

!Q Oct. 75 

6 Nov. 75 

7 Nov. 75 
20 Nov. 75 

1 Dec. 75 
4 Dec. 75 

6 Dec. 75 

7 Dec. 75 
7 Dec. 75 
7 Dec. 75 
7 Dec. 75 

7 Dec. 75 

8 Dec. 75 
8 Dec. 75 
8 Dec. 75 
8 Dec. 75 
8 Dec. 75 
8 Dec. 75 

[8 Dec. 75 

t8 Dec. 75 

20 Dec. 75 

20 Dec. 75 

20 Dec. 75 

Dec. 75 

_ Jan. 76 

4 Jan. 76 



4 uau. 50 24 oept.57 4 Jan. 08 4 Jan. 70 
4 Jan. 56 28 Sept.57 4 Jan. 68 4 Jan. 76 



Jan. 



.v, Aug. 56 16 Dec. 67 15 Jan. 76 
20 Jan. 56 17 Aug. 59 20 Jan. 68 20 Jan. 70 
4 Feb. 56 23 May 57 4 Feb. 68 4 Feb. 76 
12 June 58 27 Aug. 58 13 July 68 4 Feb. 76 

7 Feb. 56 14 Feb. 57 7 Feb. 68 7 Feb. 76 

8 Feb. 56 6 Aug. 57 8 Feb. 68 8 Feb. 76 
4 Aug. 54I12 Jan. 55 8 Aug. 65' 9 Feb. 76 9 Feb. 76 



4 Jan. 76 



[4 Apr. 78 



Majt 



97 



COBMET, 
2nd LIEUT. 
OrENSIGN. 



William Thomas Brown. Major, Bombay Staff Corps 20 Feb. 56 3 Feb. 

Richard Samuel Robert-. 



CAFIAIX. 



20 Feb. 68 

"' 

4 Mar. 
4 ilar. 6S 



, .Madras Staff Corps 20 Feb. 56 29 Sept. 60 

JohnFoott,"CV<"". 1'P- 3 Foot 5 July 55,'° Sept. 5 S 

Joseph George Shanks,' 1 - Major, h.p. Royal Marines 3° Dec. 51 24 Feb. 54 

Henry Peter P. Nash, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 4 Mar. 5023 Nov. 56 

William Anderson, Major, Madras Staff Corns 4 Mar. 56 23 X 

Edmund G. Morrogh, Major, Madras Staff Corps 4 Mar. 5^ 3' Oct. 57 4 Mar 

Richard Mercer Lloyd, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 4 Mar. 56 12 June 58 4 Mar. 

Arthur Marriott Lvs, Major, Mai - rpa 4 Mar. 56.11 Ja: 

Edward Albert Wood, Maj.,,-, Madras Staff Corps 4 Mar. 56 28 Ap- 

Alfred Bloomtield, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 7 Mar. 56 23 Aug. 5 . 7 Mar. t'8 

John G. Erskine Griffiths, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 9 Mar. y 3 .Mar. 

John Herschel, Major, Royal Engineers 12 Dec. 27 \ 

Edward Francis Browne, Captain, 55 Foot 4 Nov. 54 23 Nov. 

Edward Cnnningham, M aj,r, i;,,mba\ Statr Corps.. '■' 

Isaac Peat Westmorland, Major, Koyal Engineers 12 Dei 

Arthur Chark-s Padday, Major, Royal Engineers >- Dec 

Philip Homan Eyre, Major, 38 Foot 10 Aug. 54 2 Fib. :: 5 July 62 

John Henry Lloyd, Major, Royal Artillery 12 I 1 ' :? Feb. 66 

George Algernon Russell, Major, Royal Artillery " Dec 

Arthur Parnell, Major, Royal Engineers .... 15 May 

Alex. Tulloch RoUand, Major, Madras staff Corps 4 Apr. 56 26 Jan. 57 4 Apr. ( B 

Robert Watson Sparks, Major, 7 Foot r6 Mar. 55 3 Aug. 5 

Charles Squirl, Captain, 71 Foot =9 July 53 24 Sept 

Edmund Bacon Hutton, Major, 1 Dragoons 30 Mar. - 

William Whitla, Captain, 10 Foot 

William Bisset, Major, Royal Artillery 12 June 58 

Wm. Stopford Ma , Royal Artillery 

Francis B. Middleton, Major, Madras Staff C irps 4 May 56 



MAJOB. 

20 t eb. 76 
20 Feb. 76 
27 Feb. 76 
27 Feb. 7 fi 
4 Mar. 76 
4 Mar. 76 
4 Mar. 70 
4 Mar. 76 
4 Mar. 7! 

4 Mar. 76 
7 Mar. 7'< 
9 Mar. 76 

>o .Mar. 76 
17 Mar. 76 
Mar. 7 6 
30 Mar. 76 
50 Mar. 76 
1 Apr. 7 fc 
t Apr. 76 
1 Apr. 76 
> Apr. 7 < 
I Apr. 7 < 

5 Apr. ;< 
5 -M'i-. 7' 

Apr. -■ 
■ Apr. 76 

\ . i- 
4 May 70 
Edward Tempi-, Mall Corps ' 15 May ■ [5 May 76 

p.t.c. Ge lain, 83 Foot ■: A "s,'- 5- 1 Di 

Charles!'. Bargeaunt, Major, Madras Staff Cor] - 1 May 56 17 Apr 1 May 76 

Fred. John George Murray, Major, 3 Dragoon Guards ■' May 621 ,1 May 70 

William Thomas 11 Feb. 02 14 Ma 1 May 7 < 

Thomas B. Shaw-Hellier, Major, 4 Dragoo Guards 27 Sept. 61 7A;: ! June 76 

George Gordon i 13 June 51 ' 13 June 76 

Frederick Lance, Major, Bengal Staff Corps > Junej . .- ;lune7< 

Henry Thomas Hani ,J/'i/"i\ Madras Staff Corp.-, 13 June 51 I TjJune76 

Clement .la rpa 13 June 5630 Apr. 58 1 3 June 68 13 June 76 

Edward Charles Garstdn, 1£aj r, Bi n| - 81 fC rps ... 13 June 56 

Richard William I , if a/or, 18 Foot 

John Sprot Tait. Major, ra Lanci rs B July 62 

Ayrton I'ullan, Maj .. pa M June 56 

Charles Case, Major, Bi ngal Staff Corps 4 June 56 

George Charles I'd qv, Major, Bengal Stafl orps 14 June 56 

Llewellyn Wavell, Major, Bengal Stafft lorpe 1 1 Jnne 5' 

Robert Blackall Graham, Major, Bengal BtaffC rps 
May J. James Mignon 

Edward i Maj .r, Madra - g 

John Hunter Knox, Major, 11 hLussars 
James Fit/.i.b-rald, Major, Bengal Staff l orps 
William . ; !■*■ »■ .t 

Robert William May Wi 
p.t.e. Bastings D'Oyh Farrington, Majot 

Joseph Barnard Smith, Major, Bengal BI iff Corps 
Theopi . Ma)or, Madras - 

Alexander Co., I,, ■> Major, li. p. Madras Bl 
Thomas 1 1 

Nathaniel Cne'n low Kamsay, U 

Thomas Reid Davidson, Major, Bi ngal Stafl 1 
Montagu Willis ( ' 

— ' George > ; . May 55 



20 Oct, 

5 Aug. 50 



George Farqunar Eaj e, '/ a 

Archibald Levi is Plaj fair, M 1 orps 

Robert Holt Tin- r 
Joseph Beauchan 

Edgai Hastni] ; ■ ■ 

Son. Robert. William Napier, I 

John Ma, d 

William Swynl'eti .leri, is, U 

Charles II ay ter. Ma ,.,-. Ma 1, a~ Mall' 1 orps 

Oliver B. 0. St. J OS 

George Baret 81 . U 

Edmund <; ge Battiscombe, Major, Ro al \ 

Frederick Hammond, .1/ . ,: Caps 

Lacy Bowring Bance, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Constantine Maguire, Major, 4 1 Fool 

George Corrie Bin 1. 1/ 1 

Maurice Tweedic, .V, (/,-'/•, l; , ml, ax Stall c 

Wm. Nesiatt Wroughton, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Grant Blunt, Major, Roya ' 

James Slephen N leholson, (',,,./.,,,, ,,, foot 

Henry Ravenshaw Thuillier, Major, Royal Engineers .. 12 June 57! 27 Aug. 58 

Alexander Thomas Eraser, Major, Royal Engineers n June 58 

Shapland Graves, Major, 3 Foot 28 Fi 1 1 . 

Francis Gellie, Major, Bengal Staff Corps oOot. 56 17 Nov. 57 

Thomas Trueman, Major, Bombay Staff Corps , * Oct. 56 20. luly 5- 

John ,Topp, Major, lluml ,,-n- Stall' Corps 20 Oct. 56 4 Aug. < 

John Arthur Tiiiard, Major, Royal Artillery ■ 2 Dec. ^ 27 Aug, 

John Crosland Hay, Major, 92 Foot is May ss 14 Dec. 55 

Charles Campbell ilewetson, Major, Madras Stall' Corps 4 Nov. 56 7 Sept. 5S 

p. ».e. Herbert. Leonard Mitchell, Major, Royal Artillery ... , 

John Lorn Stewart. Ma:,,,-, h.p. . Ilu«-.ai> ,. 1 . . 

De Lacy Richard Frank Wooh 1 1 , :,.,. .-- c , ,. , 8 Oct 



30 Apr. j£ 

27 June 1 14 June 7 (i 

27 June 57 14 . 14 June 76 

1 tune 76 

1 June 76 

25 Feb -1 ( . I une 76 

; rune 76 

30 Apr. 

i . I une 76 

4 Apr. June 76 

1 1 Mar. \ .- 15 J Illy 71 

5 July 76 
29 Oct. 

lug. ;<' 

7 May Aug. 76 



\ 

20 Aug. 5< \ g 

' 



I Aug. 7' 
» Dec. 52I23N 1 Sept 71 

- 
- 

Sept. 5< 1- Ma . - O Sept. 71, 

) Sept. 76 



,1 June 54 



Robert Rintoul, Captain, h.p. 16 Lancers; 3 Sui 



.76 

6 Oct. 76 

7 Oct. 76 
N ■ , 7 1 >ct. 76 

1 1 Oct. 76 

20 Oct. 76 

20 Oct. 76 

• let, 20 Oct. 76 

21 Oct. 76 
I 2 3 Oct. 76 

I Nov. 76 
23 Jan. 68 i Nov. 7' 
21 Nov. 76 
21 Nov. 70 



WHKJf 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



25 Aug. 76 

26 Mar. 7S 



26 Jan. 77 



7 Ma.\ 7j 



21 Aug. 78 

1 1 - 1 >•",-. 76I 9 June 77 



<>s 



Majon 



John Pennycuiek. Major, Royal Engineers 

William Bvam, M a, or. 65 Foot 

Kdwani Win. Bhaw. Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Arthur Donald Butter, Major, Bengal S;atl Corps 

Cornelius Francis James. Major, Bombay Suff Corps 

Robert Cecil Richard Clifford, Major, Bengal Staff Corps ... 

Henry SulUvan Jarrett. Major, Bengal Staff Dorps 

Leopold John Herbert Grey, C8I. Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Robert Gedoin Jeukin.-.. Major, Madias Staff Corps 

Edmund Swetenham. Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Wardlaw Cortlandt Anderson, Major. Bengal Stall Corps ... 

James Shrubbs Iredell, Major, Bombay StaffCorps 

George Silver Keith, .1/.' '' Corps 

Bemy Marsh Pratt, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles Henry Cantor. Ma - 

George Adolphus Jacob, J// .-, Bombay Staff Corps 

James Best Taylor, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Thomas Ormsbv Undei-woo 1, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

John Alex. Richmond, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Charles Arkcoli 1' la Iras Staff Corps 

Geor ge Philips. Captain,* :la - a ; '- 

William Butterworth Colvin, Major, 7 Foot 



Henry Bristow San 11 r-o-i, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 
alf '■' 



OonnelO'Douel, J/o/or, Bengal Staff 

George V. IrvriLr Crahan . Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles James Garstiu. J/u/or, Bengal Staff Corps 

Allan Murray, J/iy'or, Bengal Staff Corps 

George Atkins. Major. Bengal Staff Corps 

Fred. Johu B.Adam, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Charles James O. Chambers, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

William lienrv Wilson, Major. Bombay Staff Corps 

Stephen Bdw. Rice Butler, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Reymond Hervey de Montmorency, Major, Bengal S. C. ... 

Malcolm Furl .eg. Major, Madras StaffCorps 

Henry Nicholas Reeves. Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Arthur Bnttye, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Thomas Dayrell, Ma/or. Bengal StaffCorps 

David John Dickson Safibrd, Major, 97 Foot 

George Ludlow Kennedy Hewett, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

George Constable Gregory, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

George Augustus Strover, Major, Madras StaffCorps 

William Vertue. Major, Madras StaffCorps 

Francis Frazer John Toke, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Alexander Reginald Seton, Major, Royal Engineers 

Thomas Heathcote Oachterlocy, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Eliott Lockhart, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Bean Macdonell. Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Henry iv.vart. Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

William Ewbank Chambers, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Edwin Beddy, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

V<& Wm. Francis Fred. Waller, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 
Edward George Vere Hollo way, Major, Madras StaffCorps... 

William Octavius Foord, Major, Madras StaffCorps 

Frederic Boyd Roberts, Major, Royal Artillery 

Philip Henry Greig, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Henry Prenderg'ast, Major, Madras StaffCorps 

Alfred Ollivant, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles Peter Newport, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Charles Wodehouse, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Charles John Oswald Fitz Gerald. Major, Madras Staff Corps 

William Hussalls Yates, Major, h.p. Bombay Staff Corps 

George Henry Oukes, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

am Wheler, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

William Adam Smyth, Major, 11 Foot 

James Dyson Bourne, Major, 5 Dragoon Guards 

■.i.e. George Balis Schwabe, Major, 16 Lancers 

! ; ■ ■ ,-, Madras Stall' Coips 

Robert Walter Hesketh, Major, '.Madras Staff Corps 

t/juintm Shaw Aivdrv Jamieson, Major, Madras StaffCorps 

Francis Randolph Trevor. Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Frederick Benjamin Price White, Major, 1 W. I. Regiment.. 

,..i.c Edv. , Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis Henr\ Vanderzee, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Charles Edward l:, <i. M ,-. Boyal Artillery 

I't.r. Alexander Bl . Major, 9 Foot 

Hon. Jam <-s David Drui 6 Dragoon Guards.. 

Mieh.iel.loliii Sexton, Major, Royal Artillery 

Kraneis William Grant, Major. Bengal Staff Corps 

'owland Martin ■, Bengal StaffCorp 

Arthur Frederic r. Madras Stat! Cor] is ... 

Jamea Henry Gordon, Ifiy'or, Madras Staff Corps 

1 lharlei Bdtrard King, Major, ^ Foot 

HughLatilnor Kllaby, Major, lioval Artillery 

Kdwm Colnettl > Bengal StaffCorps 

Boyle Vandelenr, re 

Thorn 1- VVillian I: \rtillcry ['.'..', 

Lome Macdonald, if a/or, ' 

Henry Butlnir-t llaima, Ma,,,,-, Bengal StaffCorps ........... 

Adam Hogg, Major. Bombay StaffCorps .""" 

Chariot Doyne Anderson Btraker. Major, Royal Artillery 

William An.lros Warren. Major, Rova'l Artillery 

John Henry Blackley, Major. Boyal Artillery 

Robert t 1 •' ,1 Artillery... 
1 ,t 

•' •• m 11 • ■ rr I Walwyi , ( Foot 



COHNET, I 
-^ndLIECT.: LIEUT. 
Or ENSIGN. I 



s 3 Jan. 59 
[2 Dec. 56 
i2 Dec. 56 
[2 Dec. 56 
15 Dec. 56 
13 Dec. 56 
3 Dec. 56 
13 Dec. 56 

3 Dec. 56 
:3 Dec. 56 
:3 Dec. 56 
13 Dec. 56 
13 Dec. 96 
-.3 Dec. 50 
13 Dec. 56 
13 Dec. 56 
13 Dec. 56 
13 Dec. 56 
13 Dec. 56 

6 Apr. 55 
17 Nov. 57 
20 Dec. 56 
20 Dec. 56 
Dec. 56 
_ Dec. 56 
20 Dec. 56 
:o Dec. 56 
10 Dec. 56 
10 Dec. 56 
10 Dec. 56 
io Dec. 56 

4 Jan. 57 
4 Jan. 57 
4 Jan. 57 
6 Jan. 57 
6 Jan. 57 
'.3 Mar. 55 
so Jan. 57 
!o Jan. 5 7 
>oJan. 57 
:o Jan. 57 
!2 Jan. 57 
:i Dec. 57 
12 Dec. 57 
i2 June 58 
i2 June 58 
.0 Feb. 57 
:o Feb. 57 
20 Feb. 57 
20 Feb. 57 
20 Feb. 57 

20 Feb. 57 
12 Dec. 57 
12 Dec. 57 

3 Mar. 57 

4 Mar. 57 
4 Mar. 57 
4 Mar. 57 
4 Mar. 57 
4 Mar. 57, 

4 Mar. 57 

6 Mar. 57 

5 Feb. 58 

21 Dec. to 
23 Sept. 63 
!2o Mar. 57 
I20 Mar. 57 
!?o Mar. 57 
'20 Mar. 57 
1 8 Dec. 63 

7 Apr. 57 
2 June 58 

6 Apr. 55 

8 Jan 



J7 June 6 
29 May 57 
6 Aug. 59 
8 June 57 

29 June 57 
27 Sept. 57 

30 Apr. 58 
30 Apr. 58 
30 Apr. 58 

5 Sept. 59 
29 Sept. 59 



cy ijt.yu. Jy ,^^ ±r~"- "" 

2 May 61 J 20 Dec. 68 

1 Jan. 62 20 Dec. 68 

30 Apr. 58 4 Jan. 69 

14 Feb. 59 4 Jan. 69 

24 May 59 4 Jan. 69 

22 Jan. 58 6 Jan. 69 

30 Apr. 5S 6 Jan. 69 

" May 66 

Jan. 69 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



10 Dec. sSlrjOct. 70 
8 Sept. 63:25 Apr. 68 
7 June 57 i2 Dec. 68 

27 June 57,12 Dec. 68 

5 July 57*2 Dec. 68 

6 June 57113 Dec. 68 

11 July 57 13 Dec. 68 

15 Sept.57ii3Dec. 68 
13 Oct. 57 i3 Dec. 68 

7 Nov. 57 J 13 Dec. 68 
,7 Nov. 57(13 Dec. 68! 
31 Jan. 58 13 Dec. 68 

16 Apr. 5 8|i 3 Dec. 68 1 
30 Apr. 58(13 Dec. 68 j 
30 Apr. 58 13 Dec. 6S 
20 May 58! 13 Dec. 68 

:2 May 59,13 Dec. 68 
1 Oct. 59''3 Dec. 68 
6 Feb. 60(13 Dec. 68 



._, Dec. 68 
7 Nov. 62 
7 Nov. 62 
so Dec. 68 
Dec. 68 
._ Dec. 68 
20 Dec. 63 
20 Dec. 68 
20 Dec. 68 
20 Dec. 68 
Dec. 68 



8 Dec. 76 

9 Dec. 76 
12 Dec. 76 
12 Dec. 76 

12 Dec. 76 

13 Dec. 76 
13 Dec. 76 
13 Dec. 76 
13 Dec. 76 
13 Dec. 76 
13 Dec. 76 
13 Dec. 76 
13 Dec. 76 
13 Dec. 76 

3 Dec. 76 

13 Dec. 76 
13 Dec. 76 

13 Dec. 76 

13 Dec. 76 
13 Dec 



9 Sept. 
9 July 



30 Apr. 58 20 Jan. 69 
7 Jan. 59 20 Jan. 6g 



6 Mar. 00 



30 Apr. 58 22 Jan. 69 

" io Nov. 69 

1 May 66 

1 Sept. 69 

:2 Sept. 69 

Feb. 69 



27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
7 Aug. 53 
27 Aug. 58 
30 Apr. 58 



18 May 58 

3 June 58 

5 Sept. 60 
'.1 Aug. 61 
•7 Aug. 58 
7 A "-g. 5S 
si Sept. 59 

1 Mar. 58 
>8 Nov. 58 
9 Dec. 58 

27 Nov. 59 

26 Aug. 60 

2 Sept. 60 
18 May 58 
13 July 5S 

7 Nov. 62 
9 June 65 

4 July 58 
2 Feb. 60 

6 June 60 
29 Sept. 61 

4 Apr. 65 
18 Oct. 56 
18 Feb. 60 

27 Aug. 58 

28 Nov. 57 

5 Mar. 59 
20 Dec. 56 
18 May 58 
iS May 58 

:6 Aug. 58 



20 Apr. 57 
jjoApr. 57 

20 Apr. 57,24 June 59 20 Apr. 69 
24 Sept. 58' " 1 



. 6 May 57 
'10 Sept. 58 

11 JU11C5S 

8 May 57 
I 4 Jan. 60 
'16 May 57 

12 June 58 



> Jan. 69 



30 Apr. 58 20 Feb. 69 

" 20 Feb. 69 

20 Feb. 69 

20 Feb. 69 

20 Feb. 69 
24 Nov. 66 
24 Nov. 66 

3 Mar. 69 

4 Mar. 69 
4 Mar. 6 y 
4 Mar. 69 
4 Mar. 69 
4 Mar. 69 
4 Mar. 69 

6 Mar. 69 

21 Apr. 63 
3 Aug. 66 

29 May 67 
20 Mar. 69 
20 Mar. 69 
20 Mar. 69 
20 Mar. 69 
26 Feb. 67 
2 Feb. 68 

7 Apr. 69 
14 Sept. 69 

9 Jan. 63 

16 Jan. 63 

17 May 68 
ao Apr. 69 
20 Apr. 69 

o Apr. 69 



26 Oct. 55 
25 July 55 



9 Dec. 62 
8 Apr. 57 
18 May 58 
16 Nov. 60 
27 Aug. 58 
10 May 58 
1 Jan. 62 

4 Dec. 57 
10 Dec. 58 
10 Dec. 58 
15 May 57 

5 May 



tS July 65 
8 Aug. 68 
6 May 69 

23 Jan. 63 

15 Sept. 69 
8 May 69 
4 Jan. 72 

16 May 69 
1 Jan. 70 

26 Jan. 70 
22 Aug. 68 
Aug 



'3 «"■«.* a/," ""«■ o" 
26 Mar. 58 1 6 Fi b. 63 
l JO Mar. 58 1 6 Feb. 63 



76 
Dec. 76 
Dec. 76 
. Dec. 76 
20 Dec. 76 
20 Dec. 76 
20 Dec. 76 
20 Dec. 76 
20 Dec. 76 
20 Dec. 76 
20 Dec. 76 
20 Dec. 76 
4 Jan. 77 
4 Jan. 77 
4 Jan. 77 
6 Jan. 77 
6 Jan. 77 
[7 Jan. 77 
20 Jan. 77 
20 Jan. 77 
20 Jan. 77 
10 Jan. 77 
j2 Jan. 77 

23 Jan. 77 
25 Jan. 77 
•9 Jan. 77 
:g Jan. 77 

20 Feb. 77 
20 Feb. 77 
20 Feb. 77 
20 Feb. 77 
20 Feb. 77 
20 Feb. 77 

27 Feb. 77 

28 Feb. 77 

3 Mar. 77 

4 Mar. 77 
4 Mar. 77 
4 Mar. 77 
4 Mar. 77 
4 Mar. 77 
4 Mar. 77 

6 Mar. 

7 Mar. 

17 Mar. , , 
17 Mar. 77 
20 Mar. 77 
20 Mar. 77 
20 Mar 
20 Mar 

24 Mar. 77 

1 Apr. 77 
7 Apr. 77 

10 Apr. 77 

15 Apr. 77 
20 Apr. 77 
20 Apr. 77 
20 Apr. 77 
20 Apr. 77 
20 Apr. 77 

20 Apr. 77 

21 Apr. 77 
30 Apr. 77 

6 May 77 

7 May 77 

7 May 77 

8 May 77 
i2 May 77 

16 May 77 
24 May 77 
24 May 77 
30 May 77 
30 May 

2 June 
2 June 



Majors. 



CORNET, 
'2nd LIEUT, 
j Or ENSIGN. 



3 June 57 ; S May 58 13 June 69 13 June,. 
3 Junes7ii8 May 58,13 June 69:13 June 77 
3 June 57|i8 May 58 13 June 69 13 June 77 



wit 11 
PLACED OS 
HALF PAY. 



13 Sept. 79 



Charles Edward Luard, Major, Royal Engineers 15 May 57 6 July 67 6June7 7 

Brace Brine, Major, Royal Engineers 15 May 57 6 July 67; 6 June 77 

Henry John PaJiiser, Ma /or. h.p. Royal Artillery 1 1 15 May 57 22 Aug-. 68; n June 77 

William Jackson Stewart, Mai »■. I'. :.--;il Staff Corps 12 June 5727 Apr. 58,12 June 69 12 June 77 

Fitzherbert Ooddin'gton, Major, Bengal Stuff Corps 12 June 57 27 Apr. 58 12 June 69 12 June 77 

William Robert Sheffield, Major, Madras Stall" Dorps 12 Juno 57 6 May 59:12 June 69 12 June 77 

John Greenwood Gillmor, Major, h.p. Bombay Staff Corps ... 12 June 57 10 May 61 12 June 69 12 June 77 24 Jan. 
George HenryForbes Codrington, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 13 June 5719 Jan. 58)13 June 69,13 June; 

James Affleck, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 113 June 573 1 J Iar. 58(13 June 69 13 June;. 

Marshall Pritchard Moriarty, Major, Bengal Bta | June 57 18 May 58,13 June 69 13 June 77 

Henry Charles Antony Szczepanski.Jfa/oj-.Bengal Staff Corps r~ 

Stephen Beckett, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Thomas Augustus Scott, Major, Bengal Staff Corps ... 

Travers Dodgson Madden, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 13 Junes7|'S May 58 13 June 69 I3 June 

Joshua Waddington Swifte, Major. Madras Stall' Corps .... 

Robert Vaughan Maldeu, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

JohnGatacre, Major, Bombay Stall' < '<>,-]>-. 

Charles Edward Blowers, Major, Bombay - 

James Herbert Mdrsh Burnett, U Staff Corps. 

George Macken, bay Staff Corps 13 June 57 25 Feb. 60 13 June 69 

Francis John Wise, Major, Bombay Staff Corns 13 June 57 26 May 60 1 ; June 69 

Francis Skelton Fitzl'atnck. Major, Madras Staff Corps .. .. 13 June 57 15 Aug. 60 13 June 69 
Richard Charles Evanson, Major, Mail'. - 13 June .Iune69 



3 Junes7J'S May 58 13 June 69 
3 June 57! 2 Dec. 58 i 3 JuneOg 
3 June 57)16 Jan. 591 3 June 69 
13 June 57! 9 Mar. 59 13 June 69 
13 June 57 2 Apr. 59 13 June 69 
13 June 57 4 Feb. 60 13 June 69 



Engineers 



22 Apr. 55 29 Dec. 57 13 Feb. 63 

23 June 57 6 July 67 



1 July 57 

3 June 59 
26 Feb. 51 

7 Apr. 57 

1 July 57 

20 July 57 
20 July 57 
20 July 57 
14 Feb. 1 , 

26 July 57 

4 Aug. 57 

4 fug. 57 

4 Aug. 57 

4 Aug. 57 

11 Aug. 57 

■ 
8 July 56 

20 Aug. 57 
20 Aug. 57 

22 Aug. 57 

12 Dec. 57 



Nov. 

1 J11I3- 69 
20 Feb. 63 
26 Feb. 63 

2 Oct. 63 
7 Apr. eg 



Aubrey William O. Saunders, Captain, 21 Foot 
p.».c. Alexander Charles Hamilton, Major, Roy 

Charles Thornhill, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry de Stutevdle Isaacson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward George Wace, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Frederick Charles Buxton, Major, 29 Foot 

Kendall Josiah Wm. Ooghill, Major, 19 Hussars 

Thomas Monsell Warren, Major, 73 P 1 it „ . 

William Staines Daniell, Major, 105 Foot 

Frederick Kilgour, M -; I'' Corps 

Henry Cole Mageois, Major, R>yal Artillery 

William Scott, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

William Samuel SetOU, Major, 1! imiuy Stat!' C irps 
William Frederick Sandwith, Major, Bombay Staff Com- .. 

William Alexin nl> r Battine, Captain, Drag 1 Guards 

Henry Ward* 

George Seott Hills, 11 

Charles James Duran I, Ma ' 

Henry Gordon Waterfield, JC 
Coryndon Thomas Putt Luxmo ire, '. 

Henr\ . 

Bowness Fischer, .1/ • 

Kenlis Fergus pe 

Talbot Bradford Middlet m >■ S.i' 

Linley Bliithwuyt, Major, Bengal Stafl C01 m 

Frederick Snowies, Jfoj 

Charles M. Btockwell, Major, 72 Fool 

1 Iharlee Ed .1 - Foot 

Charles 1 

Valentine Birch, >■ Staff Corps ... 

Dudley Thomas ! 1 

Samuel Barrett M I U pa 

Richard Pere Usyor, Bengal Staff Corps 

James Law Lushinjton M Engineers ... 

Willoughb. .itilleiy 

p.i.e. Edward Ommanney Ho) list, tfiy'or, ttoyal Artillery... 

p.t.c. Go, 1 ' 

William Cleland, | ; 

James Calder Stewart, Major, B 

George Randell, M , Madras - 4 Sept. 57 21 June 60 

* Marqui* s. de Pir 1, Major, 

Henry Stephenson 

Thomas CI, ,, ', " )/ 1: ■ 

John Francis Fitzi '■ Bengal Staff O 15 Aug. 58 

Xitnan Lowis, Major, Bengal SI 'Sept. - 16 Jan. 59 

William Tufnell 1. I irpa 2oSept. - 4 Feb. 59 

|i' 
p.s.c. Thomas Kelly-Kenny, Major, : Fool b. 58 12 Oot. 6o|?oJuly66 

Robert Joynt Gordon Grant, Ca 4 Jan, 5210D . 

Cotton Edwin Theobald 14 Mar. 55 2 Oct. 55131 Mar. 63 

Charles Valentine Oliver. Major, 66 Foot 8 Sept. 54 29 Feb. 562] 

Robert Cook, Ma, Foo 4 Apr. i Feb. - 

James Arthur Morrah, h.p. Depdt Batt. S of Pei 

Edward Thomas Bainbridge, Cantoin, 21 Foot tpr. , Juiir )l;iy 1; 

Charles Aug. FiuGern il r, 80 Foot I 8 Sept. | 

Samuel Bradburne, Captain, 17 Foot' 20 Mar. 55 23 Mar. V-> 15 May ■ ; 

George Ffrench Stehelin, Captain. 4 Foot 7 Apr. 55 23 Oct. 55 22 May 63 

Dawson Kelly Evans, Major, 6 Foot ... ij Jan. 15 Feb. 58 29 May 63 

George Augustus , j Life Guards t"Nov.6o 9 Apr. 61 1 1 Junei 1 

John Rice Newbolt, Ctej 3 Aug. 55 1 15 Jan. 56 

Samuel H. N. Johnstone, Major, 20 Foot 8Feb. ;6 15 June 58 

Francis William Hamilton, Captain, 21 Foot 20 July 55 15 June 58 

Richard Fielding Morrison, Captain, 5 I. re 1 Mar. ; ^4 Dec. 58 

James Bower Ja« . h.p. 21 Foot 2 Nov. 55 17 Oct. 56 

Thomas Mackenzie, Major, ,■ 1 Foot ' 8 Feb. 56 30 Apr. 58 

John Donaldson Bradley, Captain, 49 Foot 25 Aug. 54 '9 Mar. 55 

Eustace Beaumont, I'.urnaby, Major, 51 Foot 14 July 54 5 Sept. 56 

Alfred George Hnyshe, Major, 49 Fo it 27 July ,5 'u Sept. 57 

Edward Dorrien Newbolt, Major, ^4 Foot 2 Feb. s 8 1 Oct. 58 

Henry Lewis Harvest, Captain, 8 g Foot 13 Oct. 54 1 9 Feb. 55 

John Tobin Ready, Captain, 66 Foot 9 Sept. 54 28 Aug. 57 

James Morris Top i-'oot /30 Mar. 55126 Feb. 56 



15 May 57 
23 June 57 

18 May 58 
3 Dec. 61 

1 Oct. 55 

s , June 57 

16 Feb. 59 

2 June 60 

19 June 60 
29 July 62 

• 

11 June 59 

18 Nov. 59 
1 Mar. • 

19 May 58 
6 Juno 58 

22 June 55 
28 May 58 
.Oct. 57 

24 July 53 
10 June 59 

15 Juno 5 s 



3 June 77 
13 June 77 
13 June 77 
13 June 77 
3 June 77 
3 June 77 
13 June 77 
3 June 77 
3 June 77 
15 June 77 
5 June 77 



Sept. 68l2 4 June 77 
1 1 July 77 

I Ju y 77 

6 July 77 
ii July 77 

it July 77 
. July 77 



11 July 60 11 July 7 
: 4 July 77 
20 July 6g 

20 July 6g 

ro May ' 4 21 July j- 
26 July 77 

4 Aug. f 

■ I Attg. I 1 4 Aug. 77 
I A "- r - 77 
I Aug. 77 

4 Aug. 69 4 Aug. 77 
4 Aug. 69 4 Aug. 77 

1 Au;:. 77 

i Aug. 77 

1 Aug. 77 

- 



20 Apr. 67 

8 July 68 
4 Sept. 69 
4 Sept. 69 
11 Oct. 64 



. ., Aug 
1 Sept. 77 
4 Sept. 77 

4 Sept. 77 

5 Bept.77 
" S, 'I"'77 

77 



10 Sept. 77 
10 Bept.6 

20 Sept.n,, 20 Sept. 77 
- 1 ' Apr. '• 1 29 Sept. 77 

29 Sept. 77 
1 Oct,. 77 
1 Oct. 77 

. Oct. 77 l 
Oct. 



23 June 63 
30 June 63 

10 July 63 

28 July 63! 
4 Aug. 63 
4 Aug. 63 
9 Aug. 63 

11 Aug. 63 
18 Aug. 63 
28 Aug. 63 
11 Sept. 63 



1 Oct. -. 

1 Oct. 77 1 

1 Oct. 77 ' 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 1 

' Oct. 77 rg Apr. 76 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Aug. 77 

1 Oct. 77! 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 1 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 



Majors. 



John Rudge, Major, 10 Foot 

Francis Edward Halliday, Major, Royal Marine Artillery 

John William Green, Major, u Foot 

Frederick Karslake, Captain, 83 Foot 

James Gibbons Smyth, Ma for, 39 Foot 

Charles Erroll Hope, Major, 25 Foot 

James Francis Morton, Captain, 55 Foot 

Robert Warner Stone, Captain, 80 Foot 

Lewis Percival. Major, Rifle Brigade 

Alfred Robert Wm. Thistlethwavte, Captain, 5 Foot 

Arthur Jolliffe TufDell, Captain, 34 Foot 

Mark M. Gillies, Captain, < 5 Foot 

p.f.c. George James Gilbard, Captain, iS Hussars 

Harold Esdaile Malet, Major, 18 Hussars 

FitzRoy Stephen, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Spencer Field, Major, 6 Foot 2 Feb 

Frederick John Josselyn, Captain, 96 Foot ,29 July 59 

p.t.c. Alexander Bruce Tulloch, Captain, 69 Foot 23 Hay 55 

Charles Edward Foster, Major, 58 Foot I3 1 Dec. 58 



CORNET, 
2ndLIETJT. 
OrEWSIGIf. 

1 Sept. 57 26 Oct. 58 11 Sept. 63 
27 Dec. 52 14 Mar. 54, 8 Oct. 63! 
17 Nov. 57 1 11 Mar. 59 ' 9 Oct. '-' 



19 June 
25 Aug. 54 

25 Aug. 54 

26 Oct. 55 
23 July 

21 Mar. 55 
16 Mar. 55 
15 May 57 
15 June 55 
18 Jan. 59 
18 Oct. 5p 

22 Mar. 55 



Y€ Hugh Shaw, Major, 18 Foot 

Hubert Plunkett Burke, Major, 8 Hussars 

Wm. Miles Nairn Kington, Captain, 4 Hussars., 

Ernest Archibald Berger, Major, 10 Foot 

James George Cockburn, Major, 6 Foot 

Richard Johnson, Major, 10 Foot 

William Chaine, Captain, h.p. 10 Hussars 

David Roche Vandeleur, Captain, 30 Foot 

Henry Hartley Taylor, Captain, 5 Foot 

Thomas Burton Vandeleur, Captain, 7 Foot 

Frederick George Berkeley, Captain, 47 Foot .. 
John McDermid Allardice, Major, 76 Foot 



James Hesketh.Co^r. h.p. Military Train, S. O. of Pensioners 

William Lowry Auchinleck, Major, 63 Foot 

John Lovell Kelly, Major, 62 Foot 

George Terry Luder Carwithen, Captain, 25 Foot 

John Henry Campbell, Major, 33 Foot 

William Henry Deedes, Captain, Rifle Brigade " 

William James Massy, Captain, 9 Foot 

Robert Elphinstone Deare, Major, 74 Foot 

W. H. Errington Ridsdale, Captain, 9 Font " 

Clifton de Neufville Orr Stock-well, Captain, 10 Foot .. 

Charles Kyrle Chatfield, Captain, 51 Foot 

Clement Pigou, Major, 104 Foot 

Frederic Falkner, Captain, 50 Foot' ........................'.'. 

George Malcolm, Captain, 34 Foot 

James Power Boyd, Captain, h.p. R, Canadian Rifles, Staff) 

Officer of Pensioners j 

Adolphus Frederick Walsh, Captain, 10 Foot .....'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' .' 

Frederick Gasper le Grand, Major, Roval Marines 

Samuel James Graham, Major, Royal' Marines ... 
James William Vaughan Arbuekle, Major, Royal Marines " 
Albert Henry Ozzard, Major, Roval Marines .. 

Wilhani Gerard Byron, Major, 60 Rifles 

Thomas Turner, Captain, 2b Foot 

Ernest Adolphus Carey, Major, 22 Foot 

Philip Robert Anstruther, Major, 94 Foot . . 

Fitzmaurice Beauchamp, Captain, 7 Foot '.'.'. 

Robert Thomas Thompson, Major, 56 Foot 
Sebastian White Rawlins, Major, 69 Foot 

Arthur Richard Lees, Major, 84 Foot ... 

Frederick Standish Hore. Major, 39 Foot 

George Frederic Blake, Major, Royal Marines 

p.>.c. James John Niel Buchanan," Major, h p 5 D-a<-"Gd" 
S' s O'Beirne,- Jf,,,,, h . p . 2 Dragoon Guard's .. 1. .„. 
Charles Edmund Phjpps, Captain, h.p. ,8 Foot; Grooming 

Waiting to the Queen . i 

William Bally, Major, 33 Foot"" 

Francis Henry Chambers, Captain, 39 Foot 

James Murray Thomas Simpson, Major, 8 4 Foot 

Arthur Jebb, Major, 31 Foot 

John Charles Douglas, Major, 29 Foot 

Prod. Brown Numa Craufurd. Captain, 80 Foot 

James Kiero Watson, Major, 60 Rifles 

Edward Everett, Captain, 79 Foot 

rm'w T\ l Io, -y" eu 1 x ' *[»>or, h.p. 7 Dragoon Guards":::::::::::. 

Robert John Jocelyn Stewart, Captain, 66 Foot 
Henry Macgregor Lowry, Captain, 12 Foot.. 

Robert Henry' Dillon, Captain 45 Foot 

Jeremiah Bingham Kersteman, Captain,' 100 Foot 

Ardley Henry Falwasser Barms, Major, Royal Marines'"": 
M.e. Alfred Gabriel Wyncn, Captain, 39 Foot 

WilhTrV £f r ' W '>'' S ;, , " , !'" rll, • C S''- h -P- 59 Foot ; S.67of Pem 
William Keough, Captain, 12 Foot... 

William Crosby Siddons Mair, Captain i 2 Foot 

Frederick Trench Townshend, Captain ■ Life Guards 

William Charles Smith. Captain 7 f) |-,/„ * UUard8 

Frederick John Fane, Major, 61 Foot 

Theobald Burke, Captain, 18 Foot 

GustavuK Francs M.mro, Major, Royal Marine's 

Arthur Huntley Hill Walsh, Major, Royal Marines 

oSZ hI"""'' • ' ", 0, \? """' R "- VUl " U > r '™ Artifl 
George Henry Candy, Major, Royal Artillery . 

0d8S?mS% ■'"'> M " S ; r " r ' ^2& 5^* Engineers::: 



May 55 
10 July 55 

26 Feb. 58 
2 Apr. 

15 Apr. 56 
30 Apr. 58 

12 Dec. 56 

16 Dec. 57 
15 May 55 
21 Sept. 55 

13 July 58 

20 Feb. 55 

21 Feb. 51- 
29 Dec. 57 

1 May 58 

27 Nov. _, 

2 Dec. 53 
May 55 
July 55 
July 56 
May 5. 

26 Apr. 

2 Nov. 
13 Dec. 56 
15 Dec. 54 

6 July 
10 Aug. 



2 Sept. 53 ( 16 Oct. 63 
9 Feb. 55,17 Nov. 63 1 
26 July 55,17 Nov. 63 1 
5 Mar. 58, 17 Nov. 63 
31 Jan. fio'17 Nov. 63 
23 Oct. 55 15 Jan. 64 
26 Oct. 55 22 Jan. 64 
■ 6 Feb. 64 



illery 




Majors. 

COBNET 
2nd LIEUT 
Or ENSIGN 

Bruce Hull Melville, Major, Royal Engineers 

Marius Charles Newall, Major, Royal Artillery 12 June 53 

John Roberts Hogg, Major, Royal Engineers 

Napier George Sturt, Major, Royal Engineers 

Thomas Pilkington White, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles John O'Neill Ferguson', Major, Royal Engineers 

George Herbert Holland, Major, Royal Engineers 

Richard Wan-en Stewart, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.s.c Wm. Francis Moore Hutchinson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Albert Thornton Wodehouse, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.t.c. John Philip Nolan, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Conrad Sartorius, M~ajor, Bombay Staff Corps 

Osmond Francis Le Mottee, Major, Royal Artillery 

Patrick FitzGerald Gallvvey, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Henry Fairfax Ellis, Major, Royal Artillery' 

John Egerton Gubbius, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Claridge Manderson, Major, Royal Engineers 12 June 

Lewis Conway-Gordon, Ma jor, Royal Engineers 11 Dec. 57 

Wm. Richard Charles Brough, Major, Royal Artillery. 

Thomas Tuppcr Carter, Major, Royal Engineers 

Robert Percival Peimefather, Major, Royal Engineers. 

Daniel Vincent Shortland, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles William Brereton, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis Charles 'Jlavegan, Captain, 49 Foot 29Mar.fi 

Hugh Hildyard Murray, Major, Royal Artillery 12 Dec. 57 

Charles Richard Pennington, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 4 Oct. 57 

Richmond Irvine Crawford, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 4 Oct. 57 

Walter Raleigh Trevelyan, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 4 Oct. =7 

Charles Albert Dodd, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 4 Oct. 57 

Willoughby Thomas Brereton, Major, Madras Staff 'Corps 10 Oct. 57 

Frederick George Jackson, Captain, 21 Foot 30 Mar. 58 

John Everard Whaling, Major, 37 Foot 19 Nov. 58 

William John Brampton, Major, 59 Foot 12 Dec. 56 

Edm. Win. Chas. Hay Miller, Manor, Madras Staff Corps 20 Oct. 57 

William Salmond, Major, Royal (Engineers 

George Charles « tirardot, Major, 106 Foot 1 

Fred. Ludwig Mathews, Major, 2 West India Regt 28 May 58 

Henry Littleton Powys, Major, S2 Foot 

John Ward, Major, Madras Staff Corps 4 Nov. 57 

Eugene I lay (am. 1 ,11, Major, Royal Artillery 

Alexander Ramsay Cruikshank, .i/,</'<r, Royal Artillery- 
John Heathticld .- , Royal Artillery 
Norman Macleod Thomas Horsford, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 20 Nov. 57 

William Leycester Samuells, Major, Bengal Staff Corps. 

William Lynd Noverre, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 20 Nov. 57 

Henry Win. Holmes Cox. Major. Madras Stall' Corps 20 Nov. 57 

Charles Ellison Te.rrot, Major, 53 Fool 18 Jan. 

James Robert Davies Cooke, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Smith Gordon \ rt.il lery 

Francis Thomas Lloyd, Major, B al Artillery 

James Philips, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

John I'airnrro.ss, Major, Royal Manias 19 Apr. 54 

Theodore William 11 igg, )/■■ ,-, Bengal Staff Corps 4 Dec. 57 

George Mansell Soilings, Major, h.p Royal Engineers 

George Edwards, 1 - Major, half pa 23 Nov. 5 

John Biddulph, ( 'a plain, Bengal Staff 1 >orps 

CharlesAllan Baylay, Major, Bengal 3taff Corps 1 

Thomas Rooke Tabuteau, Major, Madras Stat! Corps 11 Dec, 

Finch White, Captain, 85 Foot ;oApr. 55 

Holloway Walromi Hastings, Major, Madras Btaffl ia Dec. 57 

Hurlock Galloway Pritchard, Major, Madras Staff Corps 12 Dec. 57 

William Henry Wilkius, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 12 Dec. 

Robert Henry' I'almer, .I/,//,,/- , Bengal Staff Corps 1 D c 

John Grierson, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Gerveys Richard Grylls, Major, Bengal Staff Corps i2Dec. 57 

Blphinstone Shaw, Major, Madras Staff Corps 12 Dec. 57 

Alexander Fairlie Dobbs, Major, Madras Stall' Corps 12 Dec. 

Walter Coningham, Major, Madras Staff Corps 1 D 

George Chrystie, Major, Madras Staff Corps is Dec, 

John Finnis, Major, Bengal Stall'! 'orps 1 Dec 

Charles Edward Macaulay, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Albert Francis Orchard, Major, Madras Staff! orps 12 Dec. 57 

p. n.c. Arthur [/Estrange Hamilton Holmes, Major, Bengal S.C. 15 Dec. 57 

George James Gillies, Major, Royal Artillery 

Horace Ralph Spearman,' Major, Bengal Staff Corps 18 Dec. 57 

Era. Rich. Arabin Brown Constable, Major, Bengal S.C [g D 

James Duncan Maopherson, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 19 Dec. 

William Heathoote unwin, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 20 Dec. 

Hubert Langton Walter, Major, Bombay Staff Corps m Dec. 57 

Kraneis ' 'has. Walker Drummond, Major, Kim 1 lt:i 1 Stall' Corps 20 Dec. 57 

Herbert Bruce Jacob, Major, Bombay Staff Corps .0 Dec. 57 

William Granville Sharp, Major, Madras Stall' Corps 20 Dec. 57 

William John Gillespie, Captain, 49 Foot I31 Aug. 58 

James Henry Robert Cruickshauk, Major, Royal Engineers... In June 58 

John Delves' Broughton, Major, Royal Marine's 24 June 54 

Henry St. JohnVaughan Le Marehant Thorn: is- Le Marehant, 

Major, Royal Artillery j 

Henry Francis Phillpotts, Major, Royal Artillery 

Alexander England, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 4 Jan. 58 

Thomas James Cotton, Major, Madras Staff Corps 4 Jan. 58 

George Coussmaker, J/11/or, Bombay Staff Corps 4 Jan. 58 

Montaguo Protheroe, Major, Madras Staff Corps 4 Jan 

Francis Middlecoat, M<ijor, .Madras Staff Corps 4 Jan. 58 

Henry John Stock, Major, Bombay Staff Corps ( .la-i 

Edward MacDouald Stevenson, Major, Madras Staff Cn-ps ... 4 Jan. 



CAPTAIN. 



1 Oct. 57,21 Aug. 67 
27 Aug. 5S 21 Dec. 67 
1 Oct. 57I 8 Jan. 
1 Oct. 57:22 Jan. 
1 Oct. 57 22 Feb. 68 
1 Oct. 57 4 Mar. OS 
1 Oct. 57 4 Mar. 68 
1 Oct. 57 17 Mar. 63 
1 Oct. 57 31 July 69 
1 Oct. 57 8 Aug. 69 
1 Oct 57 25 Sept. 69 
1 Oct. 57 1 1 Oct. 69 
1 Oct. 57 30 Oct. 69 
1 Oct. 57,15 Nov. 69 
1 Oct. 57 24 Nov. 6q 
1 Oct. 57 8 Dec. 69 
27 Aug. 5 S * T °" — 
27 Aug. 53 



1 Dec. 
27 Aug. 5S 

June 59 

1 Dec. 53 
1 Dec. 58 
9 Oct. 6 

27 Aug. 5 S 
8 May 5 S 

25 Oct 
3 June 60 
8 Feb. 6 

7 Feb. 60 
6 May 59 

23 June 63 

18 Sept. 59 
1 Jan. 62 
1 Oct. 57 
1 Jan. 62 

.'4 Si pt 

29 Mar. 64 
D C. 

23 June 57 
1 Oct. 57 
1 Oct. 

31 Oct. 59 

19 Dec. 6 


[Oofc. 

1 Oct. 57 
3 July 61 
5 July 5 

23 Dec. 57 

27 Apr. 58 

Nov. 55 
.'7 A ig, 5- 

•7 Aug. 58 
•7 Aug 
\ 

iOc( 

I July 5, 

8 Nov. 60 

iOct 1 

, i), t, 
5 Apr. 60 
12 Oct. 5 r - 

ll May 

20 Nov. 5S 

Dec. 
Jan. 60 

30 Apr. 61 

n Aug. ;8 

24 Nov. 55 
Oct 



1 Oct. 
9 Nov. 58 
9 Sept. 59 

29 Nov. 59 
g Mar. 60 

2 July 60 
58 19 Aug. 6:. 

Sept. 60 



Jan. 70 
July 70 
4 July 70 
14 Dec. 70 
14 Jan. 71 

20 June 71 
23 Dec. 71 

21 Sept. 65 
10 Dec. 67 

4 Oct. (9 
4 Oct. 69 
4 Oct. 69 
4 Oct. 69 
10 Oct. 69 

22 Sept. 65 

22 Sept. 65 
29 Sept.6^ 

20 Oct. 69 
10 Nov. 68 
,, Sept. 

23 Oct. 68 

21 Aug. 67 

- Nov 

20 Dec. 69 
Dec. 69 

20 Nov 
Nov. 69 
N iv. i , 

1 Jan. 70 

Jan, 70 
May 70 

7 Nov. 69 

4 Dec. 69 
17 May 9 

1 Apr. 70 

1 Nov. 7 

2 Dec. 6 

1 Dec. 69 
10 Oct. 65 

22 Feb. 67 
7 Apr. 67 

2 Dec. 69 
2 Dec. 69 
2 Dec. 69 
2 Dec. 69 

2 Dec. 69 
2 Dec. 69 

2 Dec. 69 
15 Dec. 69 

24 Dec. 

3 Dec. 69 
19 Dec. 69 

19 Dee. 69 
Dec. 69 

,11 c. 1 , 

20 Dec. 69 
20 Dec. 69 
10 Oct. 

5 May 70 
27 Mar. 66 

7 Jan. 71 

24 Mar. 71 

4 Jan, 70 
4 Jan. 70 
4 Jan. 70 
4 Jan. 70 
4 Jan. 70 
4 Jan. 70 



MAJOR. 

I Oct. 7 

i Oct. 7 

1 Oct. 7 

1 Oct. 7 

1 Oct. r. 

1 Oct. 7: 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

tOct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

i Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

2 Oct. 77 
4 Oct. 77 
4 Oct. 77 
4 Oct. 77 
4 Oct. 77 
4 Oct. 77 

10 Oct. 77 
n Oct. 77 

19 Oct. 77 

20 Oct. 

20 Oct. 77 

21 Oct. 77 
31 Oct. 77 

11 Oct. 77 

1 Nov 
4 Nov. 77 
7 Nov. 77 
7 Nov. 77 

7 Nov. 77 
jo Nov. 
20 Nov. 77 
20 Nov. 77 
20 Nov. 77 
24 Nov. 77 
24 Nov. 
.•4 Nov. 77 
24 Nov. 77 
.7 -Nov. 77 

2 Dec. 77 

4 Dec. 77 

5 Dec. 77 
Deo. ;; 

8 Dec. 77 
11 Dec. 77 

1 1 Dec 
i2 Dec. 77 

12 Dec. 77 
[a Dec. 77 

1 Her. 

12 Dec. 77 
2 Dec. 77 

2 Dee. 77 
2 Dec. 77 
1 ■ Deo. 77 
12 Dec. 77 
■ Dec. ;; 
2 Dec. 77 
2 Dec. 77 
2 Dec. 77 
15 Doc. 77 
5 Dec. 77 

8 Dec. 77 

9 Dec. 77 
9 Dec. 77 

20 Dec. 77 

Dec. 77 

Dec. 77 

Dec. 77 

20 Dec. 77 

:i Dec. 77 

n Dec. 77 

5 Dec. 77 

1 Jan. 78 

2 Jan. 78 
4 Jan. 78 
4 Jan. 78 
4 Jan. 78 
4 Jan. 78 
4 Jan. 78 
4 Jan. 78 1 
4 Jan. 78, 



WHEN 
PLACED OK 
HALF PAT. 



24 Aug. 78 
8 Dec. 77 



Majors 



Horn 



i's Burgees. Major, Royal Artillery 



... „aior, Koya. ... 

Tf.omas Chal'onfcr Martelli, Major, Roval Artillery I | « get. 57 

Charles John Staunton Cahill, Major, Bombay Staff Corps ...,20 Jun. 58,21 tea. 59 

Edward I .i.-in. M.nor, Madras StaffCorps 20 Jan. 58 1 Jan. 62 

William Johu Holt, Major,* Foot 24 July 57,15 Feb. 59 

William Herring, Major, 27 Foot 18 Nov. 59| 8 July 62 

Valentii; . 47 Foot '7 Feb. 57,26 Aug. 59 

James Kichanl Knox Tiedennick, Major, 57 Foot 22 May 63 j 23 Mar. 67 

p.t.c. J tier, Major, a Dragoons 

Ponsonbv BtmpjmtA. Major, 2 West India Regiment. 

John Graham M-liac, Major, Bombay Staff Corps | 2 Feb. 58 30 Apr. 60 

Robert Atkins. JeTe/or, Bengal Staff Corps 4 Feb. 5S 7 June 58 

. 1 oard Marett, Major, Bengal StaffCorps 4 Feb. 58 25 Dec. 58 

JohnCharles DTJrban Mmrav, Jfu/or. Roval Artillery 1 1 Oct. 57 

StaffCorps 12 J'eli. 58I 5 July 60 

David Ha U 11 Foot 30 July 58.16 Apr. 61 

J, Major, 64 Foot 12 Feb. 58'25 Sept.6o 

Robert 11 yal Engineers 

Ma 




July 7 

Jan. 70 
20 Jan. 70 
2 Sept 
2 Jan. 69 
1 Apr. 70 
19 June 72 
30 June 69 
22 Aug. 68 
70 



lichen, Major, Bengal StaffCorps 19 Feb. 

Hipj«sl.y' k ngal StaffCorps 1 20 Feb. 

- a peo 11, Major, Madras StaffCorps ...20 Feb. 
Charles James Toller Whitl.ek, Major, Madras StaffCorps ... 20 Feb. 

p.t.c. Henry Manvers Moorsom. Major, Royal Artillery 

George John Burgmann, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Marsh Septimus Magrath, Major, Madras Staff Corps 4 Mar. 58 

in Farqnhareon, Mojo -, Bengal Staff Corps 4 Mar. 58^29 Oct. 60 1 4 Mar. 70 



4 Feb. 
4 Feb. 71 
o July 7: 
o Jan. 69 
3 June 67 
8 Jan. 68 
57|3oJuly 69 
26 Feb. 66 19 Feb. 70 
22 Oct. 5820 Feb 
9 Mar. 60! 20 Feb 
9 Mar. 6oj 20 Feb. 70 
1 Oct. 57I 7 Sept. 7 
1 Oct. 57! 8 Sept. 7 
1 Feb. 59 4 Mar. 70 



Kdmund Henry Byre, Ma jor, Madras staff Corps 

U . 3 Foot 

race Simpson, Major, Bombay Staff CQrps 

I vyn, Major, Koyal Artillery 

Henry Maxwell Robertson. Major, Royal Artillery 

William Arthur Roberts, Major, Royal Artillerv 

Duncan Norton-Taylor, Major, Royal Artillery 

y.'.r. WilkinSOll Shaw, Captain, 102 Foot 

Sydenham Cubbon Clarke, Major, Royal Engineers 

W illiam Ker Gray, Major, 86 Foot 



May 58 

. _ May 55 

Ponsonby Ross Holmes, Major , Roval Marines 24 June 54 

Alfred Henry 1'ascoe, Major, Roval Marines 24 June 54 

William Reeves Bunbnry, Major. Bengal StaffCorps 31 Mar. 58 

Lennox George Rodney, Major, Roval Marines 25 Sept. 54 

Archibald DmiStaffnage Campbell, Major. Bengal StaffCorps 4 Apr. 58 
James Wm. Abbot Michell. Major, Bengal StaffCorps 
Edward James Wynch, Major, Madras StaffCorps... 

James Landon Watt, Major, 64 Foot 

William Ward, Major, Royal Artillerv I12 June 58 

Edward Nicolls Peters, Major, K . -a l' Engineers I 

Arthur Frank Hamilton, Major, Royal Engineers .. 

Robert Smythe Muir Mackenzie, Major, Royal Artillerv '.' 

Henry Qresham Paske, Major, 95 Foot 23 Mar. 55 

Arthur Keeling Seacome, Major, Roval Artillery .. 

William Henry Wroot, Major, Royal'Marines 

Henry Charles Gens! Dogdale, Cajyfain, Rifle Brigade 
Charles Edward Msodonald, Major, Roval Marines 
1 red. V, . ■ asn Best Bam . Mz,or. 7 J F 3 >t 
Charles Graham Heathcote, Major, 98 Foot 



25 sept. 54 
5 June 55 

25 Sept. 54 
7 Aug. 58 
9 Aug. 56 



Robert Jain< e M'Ghee, Major, Madras StaffCorp's".'"!!!."! 4 May 

Hci.rv David BicknelL Main* c-, Pm r . - rw 



1 June . 
4 June 58 



Henry David l'.cknell. Major, 57 Foot .... 13 Dec. 7. 

Ashton Henry Warner, Major, 4 r Foot 1 Feb 56 

Harry Russell Bowlby. Major, 20 Foot '[.[.'[[ ,3 Apr'. sS 

John Henry Cl iwdy, Major, Royal Engineers 

Hononus Sbson Sitwell, Major, RovalEn<nneers 

Charles Albert Lyon-Campbell, Major, Roval Engineers^" "' ...'.'.'. 

ileman, Major,h.v. Madras StaffCorps 26 May 5 3 
Charles V. m [ngleby Harrison, Major. Roval Engineers P 

Kajor, Bombay Staff Corps 

Flemyng George QyU, Major, Koyal Artillery 

1. .eh Mackenzie, Major, Madras StaffCorps 
<:\. Major. Muuras StaffCorps 

Chnstopherj bares iPemberton, Major, Bombay Staff Corps...... 

Montagu ( , a entl, Major, Bengal StaffCorps.. . l „ June 

aan,Xajon Bombay StaffCorps 

James Poleglaze James, Major, Madras StaffCorps 

. Major, 82 Foot 

\Vor,i St PCorrE 

Clarence Hi nrj Palmer, Major, Bengal StaffCorps 

Trevor, Major, :;. eras StaffCorps 

?.V ' ew i ■ - iffcorps. :::: 

'•, Madras Stall' Corps 12 

■ ibayStaffOoro^ 

:l!'('.,r, 



11 June 58 
1 1 June 58 
1 June 58 



JunesS 



Jan. 62, 4 Mar, 

30 Sept. 59 1 29 June 66 
25 Aug. 58J11 Mar. 70 
23 Dec. 57; 11 Sept. 71 
23 Dec. 57J28Sept.7i 
23 Dec. 57J28 Sept. 71 
23 Dec. 57,28 Sept.71 
21 Feb. 6oj 7 Nov. 65 

9 Dec. 59)30 July 71 

17 July 57: 10 Nov. 65 

18 Dec. 55 23 May 66 
1 Mar. 56 1 23 Aug. 66 

17 Mar. 63 '31 Mar. 70 
4 June 56J13 Sept. 66 

31 Oct. 60 1 4 Apr. 70 
25 Jan. 61 ; 4 Apr. 70 
14 Nov. 61 4 Apr. 70 
25 Feb. 62 30 Sept. 68 
27 Aug. 581 9 June 68 
23 Dec. 57)20 Oct. 69 

8 June 60 9 Aug. 71 1 17 Apr. 78 



10 Jan. 78 
10 Jan, 
20 Jan. 
20 Jan. 78 
23 Jan. 78 
23 Jan. 78 
23 Jan. 78 
'.3 Jan. 78 
|i Jan. 7S1 
2 Feb. 78, 
2 Feb. 781 
4 Feb. 78, 
4 Feb. 78 
6 Feb. 78 
12 Feb. 78 
16 Feb. 78 
16 Feb. 78 1 
16 Feb. 78 

19 Feb. 78 

20 Feb. 78 
2o Feb. 
20 Feb. 78 
20 Feb. 78 
20 Feb. 78 

4 Mar. 78 
4 Mar. 78 
4 Mar. 78 

10 Mar. 78 

11 Mar. 78 

12 Mar. 78 

13 Mar. 78 
13 Mar. 
13 Mar. 78 
18 Mar, 
i8 Mar. 78 
20 Mar. 78 
26 Mar. 78 

30 Mar 

31 Mar. 78 
1 Apr. 78 
4 Apr. 
4 Apr. 78 
4 Apr. 78 

6 Apr. 78 

7 Apr. 78 
7 Apr. 78 



23 Jan. 78 



June 58:28 Sept.7 
7 Nov. 55 '20 Apr. 66 
11 Dec. 58; 14 Feb. 72 
5 July 561 10 Nov. 66 
1 Sept. 57, 10 Nov. 65 
18 Oct. 56 1 24 May 67 
18 Jan. 61 22 Jan. 68 
21 Sept. 60 10 Nov. 65 
1 Jan. 62! 4 May 70 
9 Nov. 76! 15 Mar. 73 
zo Jan. 59 ' 7 July 66 
n Jan. 59U1 July 68 
23 Dec. 57)14 Jan. 71 
23 Dec. 57J14 Jan. 71 
23 Dec. 57| 14 Jan. 



7 Apr. 78 

20 Apr. 78 
23 Apr. 

21 Apr. 78 
1 May 

1 May 78 
i Mav " 

2 May 78 
4 May 78 

7 Mar. 78 

8 May 78 
11 May 78 

22 May 78 
May 78 

23 May 78 



6 Apr. 60 ; 26 May 70)26 May 78 
June 78 



June 70 4 June 78 

' 8 June 78 

June 78 

June 78 



StaffCorps": 

■ Hatchell, Ma,, ■ , ,,„: " 

- iffi-nrps' ' 

A ;;:'"v : >.u.!v,,rps":::::- 

Artbii. 1 1, ),„.• Wood), ,.,,,.. M„,„r. Madras Staff Corps 
A-xand, , Sinclair Grw... .!/,„„. ,. ' 

rt'orps.!.. " 
is Staff Corps ) I2 June 58 

- ^ff Corps 12 June cR 

\.-i.iii.-r- .:::::: i2june < s 

■ -. Major, Bengal Staff Coras ao T u 'ne 

'::::;:.:;;::;;;•••■;• ■!'"?£ 



Job. 



27 Aug. 5SI14 Dec 
2 Oct. 60 1 

22 June 58 28 Sept.7 

27 Aug. 5 s 11 June 70 

27 Aug. 5 8'u June 70 

7 Aug. 5811 June 7o!n June 

2 Oct. 5811 June 70; 1 1 June 78 

2 June 60 ii June 70 11 June 78 

June 58 23 Aug. 61! n June 7011 June 78 

2 Oct. 55I20 Jan. 5S 1 3 Aug. 66 12 June 78 

2June 5 S|27 4-ug. 58 12 June 7012 June 

2 June 58127 Aug. 58,12 June 70 12 June 78 

June 58^27 Aug. 58 12 June7oi2 June 78 

Juiier8'27 Aug. 5 8'i2 June 70 12 June 78 

June 58 27 Aug. 58,12 June 70 12 June 78 

12 June 58 2 June 59 12 June 70 12 June 78 

i2June 5 8| 1 Oct. 59 12 June 70 12 June 78 

12 June 58 4 May 60 12 June 70 12 June 78 

2 Jane 58 rq July 60 12 June 70 12 June 78 

2 June 58] 30 Aug. 60J12 .Iune 7 o 12 June 78 

2 Juue53|25 Dec. 60 12 June 70 12 June 78 

2 Juno 58 2 Sept.61 12 June 70 12 June 78 

1 Oct. 61 12 June 70 12 June 78 

2 Oct. 61 112 June 70 12 June 78 
1 Jan. 62(12 June 70 12 June 78 
1 Jan. 62 12 June 70 12 June 78 

22 June 58 28 Sept.71 18 June 78 
22 Jan. 59 11 Jan. 67 20 June78 
26 July 61 20 Juno 70 20 June 78 
22 Feb. 61 |i 7 Apr. 67 23 .11111078 



June 58 
12 June 58 



June 79 



Uajor, Bengal Staff Corns i!f fSSi 5 » ' n^ 5 o ,8 ?° V " 6s * 5 "J UnC ?8 

, k»i o«u v/orpB 125 June 581 22 Oct. 58 25 June 70 25 June 78I 



Maj< 



103 



CORSET, 

2ndLiBUT. 

OrtNSIGN. 



25 June 70 
25 June 70 
25 June 70 
21 Nov. 65 
[4 Jan. 71 
4 July 70 

; All- '-7 

14 Jan. 71 

23 Dec. 57 >4 Jan. 71 

20 July 58 23 Dec. 58 20 July 70 
20 July 5 3 31 Ju'y <H 2 ° July r 
10 Sept. 58 16 Jan. 6314 Mar. 



23 Dec. 57 
23 Dec. 57 



George Keym ill Bibbs, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 25 June 58 i3 Mar. 60 

Thomas Henry Binny Y >ung, Major, Madras Staff Corps ... 25 June 5 ^ 

FrankJoi.. Mayor, Madras Staff Corps 25 June 5 > 29 Sept. 61 

Frederick Haroourt Williamson, Captain, 30 Foot 5 Mar. 58 5 Aug. 59 

William Sherer Maud, Major, Boyal Engineers •■•••• 2 3 Dec. 57 

Henry H< • I J^ 58 2 Jan. 00 

George J. ihi ' aoyal Marines 20 Dec. 54 i*eb. 5- 

George Vivian Sivewright, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Somerset 1 1 

Charles Kenneth ' ; or, Bengal Staff Corps.... 

William Henry Hoskins, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Sir Norman Wm. Drammond Pringle, Bart., Major, 38 Foot... - 

William I - Major, Bengal StaffCorps 30 July s 5 -i Dec. 58 ,,0 July 70 

John Hudleston, Major, Madra - 4 Aug. 5 S 1 July 59| 4 Aug. 70 

George Logan, Major, B< 4 Aug. 5? 

Henry Norris Jones, Major, Boyal Artillery 

Charles Pulteney Forbes, Major, 109 Foot 27 

Fo >t 2 



> Aug. 70 

2 . 1 line si 23 Sept. 71 

3 Oct. 6027 Nov. 65 



Michael Alexan I rps 

Matthew Conway Poole, Mo, or, Madras Staff Corps 20 Aug. 58 

p.s.c: William Lewis Kii 18 June 57 

Walter Carr Maekinnon, vi Major, h.p. ; Foot; A.. A. Gen 



for Miuketry, Bengal 
Walt ■ 



'»■"-■ 3« »- V 1 . ' 

Aug. 58 17 ■' ■ 

1 Jan. 62I2 1 
5 June 53!" Dec. 66 
ug. 52 17 July 57' 2 5 Dec. 6 



MAJOR. 

25 June 78 
25 June 78 
25 June 78 
1 July 78 
1 July 78 

4 July 78 

5 July 78 

11 July 78 
14 July 7 3 
20 July 78 
20 July 78 
22 July 78 
30 July 73 
4 Aug. 78 
1 A.ug. ;3 
7 Aug. 7 3 
1 Ang. - 
20 Aug. 78 

20 Aug. 7 3 

20 Aug. 78 
20 Aug. 78 

2! AUg. 78 



ter Fran'' 

Arthur Blaynej Cod 'its 



Joseph Willi tin, 56 Foot 

Archibald ' ! 

George Thomas, <■' 

James Ban, 

Sidney Jami ps 

Archibald I; rps 

JamesOrdi j Staff Corps 

Charles Sinn II u ' 

Adolphus v 

■ '.: 

Sl.'itl' Corps 

I W. 1 Reg . S. 0. of Pensioners 

Charles Frederics Marriott, Major, 

Rowland I •: n 

Thomas Burnett, Major, Royal Lrtil btj 

Henry Sir. ' C *ps 

Mi" it 1 la . 111 1 'helps, Major, M id 

John Oha Lwiok Doveton, a 

George Benry Tillard, Major, liladrae Staff 1 

Howard James Barton, Major, Bengal SI 



2 Oct. 57 1 Oct. 58 1 5 Jan. 66 

23 Dec. 5; «a July 71 

4 July 60 1 Mar. 64' 5 Jan. 66 
14 July : ■ I:IU - 66 

2 Sept. 58 15 Apr. 61 

4 Sept. 58 ■ Apr. 

. - 

4 Sept. 58 »g 

4 Sept. 58 i 

5 Aug. 61 

4 Oct. 51 
o July 64 

1 

u 

ib. 61 - -■ Oct. 70 

Oct. 58 
20 Oct. 58 



Henry Thomas 11 



Oswald Mosle^ Bradshaw, Major, Madi isStafl Corps 

William Ja< 3taff Corps 

Arthur Poole, Maji • 

JI..1.C. Henry Spa Id , Fool 

Russell Ope 

Francis William Nixon, Captain, ft. Engineers 

John Corsane ftobi ■ 

Stephi n .1" 

James L. N. Willi • 

AshtOD John Shi" 

I 

-' ' ■ 

George Waltea CI tilli 

Thomas Jas'. ■ • illery 

HnghM'Cal 

Charles Ja 

p.i.c. Fras. Con ngsbj Ea 

p. i.e. John • , , 

Btenrj Ti otter, I 'a tain, Ro 

Thomas \'> 
Eoptos Bool t Ste 

\ rtillery 

LrtiUery .... 

Francis William < l oiii-. b a 

Walter Ernest Forbes, Major, Bengal StaffCorps 
Samuel Swinton Jacob, ul 

Francis W 1 ior, Bombay Staff Corps 

William Barron, Main,-, Bengal StaffCorps 
Wm. James Wemyss Mn r. Major, Bengal Stan 1 

Bui i-n Sn 3taff Corps 

Chi rles Willis Godfrey, Major, B imbay StaffCorps 

Wil Mm Freeth, Major, \i . 

George Buckley SI Bengal StaffCorps 
Clayton Turher Lane, If" tt'Corps 

1- dward Newbery, Major', Brii-al Stall' Corps 

William Saurin lii ... . 

Charles M'Ncilo, Major, Bengal StaffCorps 

.1 ihti Munro Bym, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Artaur Gore lUuideoc'k. Major, Bengal StaffCorps 11 Dec. 5? 

Robert Bullock, Ma/or, Madras StaffCorps n Dec. 58 

Charles Stewart Pratt, Major, Bengal StaffCorps uDec. 58 

Kdmund Samuel Ludlow, VIE. Maun-, Madras StaffCorps ... ti Dec. 58 
Stratford Morrison Hay, Major, Bomba n Dec- s 8 

Henry Lowther Nutt, Major, Bombay Staff Corps n Dec. 5 8 



24 Aug. 73 
-■-1 Aug. 78 

- 
4 Sepi. jS 



. Jan. 
24 Nov. - 

: 
I 

7 Feb. 7; 
Mar. 



15 Apr. 71 
»8 11 



10 Sept. 71 

25 Sept. 70 25 Sept. 78 

2 Oct. J 3 

4 Oct. 70 

5 Oct. 78 
9 Oct. 

20 Oct. 78 
20 Oct. 78 

1 Nov. 78 

3 Nov. 78 

4 Nov. 7S 

11 Nov. 73 

11 Nov. 78 

- 

g NOV. 78 



Nov. 



-Non. 



• 



1 Oot. 51 
1 ; June 6j 27 July 66 



- 



IVHBN 
PLACED OW 
HALF PAY. 



one 6713° Nov. 78 

Nov. 78 

' ■ - - 



3 Aug. 72 



4 Dec. 58 



. Aug. 74 
Dec. 70 

Mar. 68 

10 Dec. 58 

10 Dec. 5 8j 10 Doc. 70 



: Oct. 6 
1 Oot. 58 



■ Nov. 7 3 
30 Nov. 78 

4 Dec. 78 

5 Dec. 78 

. . Dec. 73 
10 Dec. 78 
10 Dec. 78 
10 Dec. 



.. Dec. 58,11 Dec. 70,11 Dec. 78 
n Dec. 58! 1 1 Dec. 70 n Dec. 78 
., |,,.,. s , , , Deo. 70 11 Dec. 70 



Dec. 58 

Dec. 58 1 1 

I Dec. S 8 '^) Mar. 5g i 

I Mar. 59 . 

1 Dec. 5829 Mar. s<> 1 

1 Dec. s8l 1 Jiih 51 1 

5 July 59! 



Dec. 78 
Dec. 78 

Pec. 78 

Dec. 7 8 

Dec. 7011 Dec. 7 8 

Dec. 78 

Dec. 70] 1 1 Dec. 78 

Dec. 70 11 Dec. 78 



Doc. 70 
Dec. 70 
Dec. 70 
Dec. 701 

Dec. 70 



- Dec. 7° " Dec. 78 



8 Apr. 6o[i 



Dec. 78 
Dec. 78 



Dec. 70 
n Deo. 7°i 
Sept. 60 1 11 Dec. 7° " Dec. 78 
1 Dec. 78 
Dec 



11 Dec. 60 11 Dec. 7°, 
30 July 62 11 Dee. 70 



io4 



Majon 



| COBNBT, 
2nd LIEUT, 
or ENSIGN. 



LIEUT. ( CAPTAIN. 1IAJOB. 



PLACED OK 
HALF PAT. 



Albert Willoughby Foord, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Henry Albany Hammond, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Henry Porteous, Major, Madias Staff Corps 

Charles John Birch Harris, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

p.t.c. Hugh Ingram Byerard Kurd, Major, Royal Artillery .. 

Alfred Lewis, Captain, 8 Foot 

John Harvey Annand, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Gordon Camming, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.t.c. Spencer Edward Orr, Captain, 94 Foot 

Frederick Robert Cameron Crofton, Captain, 86 Foot 

Thomas Alphonso Cary, Captain, 13 Foot 

p.:c. Francis Cochran, Captain, 37 Foot 

Richard Henry Bosser, Captain, 37 Foot 

Charles Hollway, Major, 91 Foot 

Bolton James Alfred Monse'.l, ('apt. h.p. 73 F. ; Adjutant oft 

NetUy Sotpital $ 

George Gilbert Stewart, Captain, 1 Foot 

Charles Smith Perry, Captain, 9 Foot 

George Francis Vesey, Captain, 43 Foot 

Edmund Peel Ethel-ton, Captain, 13 Foot 

Robert Prince, Captain, 53 Foot 

George Clayton Svriney, Captain, 32 Foot 

Henry Stanley Howard, Captain, 37 Foot 

Thomas Arnoll Davis, Major. Royal Artillery 

Anthony Hepburn Murray, Major, Royal Artillery 

Ross Fendall Lowis, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Henry Alexander, 'Major, Royal Artillery 

Pierce Thomas Henry Taylor, Major, Royal Artillery 

Spencer Cargill, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hugh Latham, Major, Royal Artillery 

Harold John Kinsman, Major, Royal Artillery 

Alfred Edward Garnault, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Charles, Major, Royal Artillery 

Harry Maxwell Mackenzie, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Walker Bridges, Major, Royai Artillery 

Thomas Graham, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Bridges Walker, Major. Royal Artillery 

Mark Algernon Chaldecott, Major, Royal Artillery 

Fred. Wm. Mackenzie Spring, Major, Royal Artillery 

Cornwall Henry Campbell, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis James Mortimer, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Wingate Oldham, Mujor, Royal Engineers 

Henry Doveton, Major, Royal Engineers 

Frederic Jervis Home, Major. Royal Engineers 

Ernest Lindsay Marryat, Major, Royal Engineers 

Maxwell James Macartney, Major, Royal Engineers 

Bruce Outram Seton, Major, Royal Engineers 

Arthur Rowley Heyland, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Gray Townsend Skipwith, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry M'Veagh Crichton, Major, Royal Engineers ..! 

Edward D'Oyley Twemlow, Major, Roval Engineers 

Henry Fyers Turner, Major, Royal Engineers 

Hamilton Tovey, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Fleming, Captain, 95 Foot ! ... 

Henry Hills Goodeve, Major, Royal Artillery"'."! !! 

George Best, Major, Royal Artillery !!"..'.!!! 

David Adamson, .a/a/or, Bengal Staff Corps '.. 
Arthur Fergusson Lindsay, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Henry George Beeher, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Alex. James Donnelly Hawes, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 
Robert Mosely Bryce Thomas, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 
Elliott Armstrong Bruce, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

William John Pickance, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Arthur Chichester Wm. Crookshank, Major, Bengal Staff C 
Charles Drummond P. Payne, Major, Bombay Staff Corps ... 

Crombie Cowie, Major, Royal Artillery „ 

Benjamin Vaughan Arbuckle. Major, Roval Artillery 

Sir Benjamin Parnell Bromhead, Sort. Major, Bengal S C 

James Salisbury Tait, Major, Bengal Staff* < lorps.. 

John Moore Gurnell Tongue, Major, 24 Foot 

ViS John Rouse Merriott Chard, 'Captain, Royal Engineers'"" 

V€ Gouville Bromhead, Captain, 24 Foot 

William Henry Brind, Major, 103 Foot 

Anthony CoultonAllinson, Major, 1 West India Regiment'!!! 

Reginald Hoskms, Major, 77 Foot 

Charles Harley Bridges, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Stewart Cokjuhoun Mactier, Major, Bcno-al Staff Corps 
Loudoun Francis Campbell, Major, Madras Staff Corps 
John Fletcher Caldwell, Major, 24 Foot 

Albert Greenland, Major, 56 Foot !!!!!!!!! 

Joseph Sladen, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Smith Harvey. Major, lioyal' Artilie'ry 

James Ludlow Ferris, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 



in Dec. 58 12 June >i n Dec. 7c n Dec. 78! 
11 Dec. 581 1 Oct. 6c ;n Dec. 70 11 Dec. 78 ; 

11 Dec. 5S30N0V. 61 it Dec. 70' 11 Dec. 78 

12 Dec. 5S 1 1 Jan. 62] 12 Dec. 7o|i2Dec. 78 
12 Dec. 57 27 Ausr. 58 25 May 68,14 Dec. 78' 

Mar. 56 21 May 58:20 Feb. 66,22 Dec 



Henry William John Senior, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 
Edward I'ersse, Major, Madras Stall' Corps 
Alexander lircdin, Major, Madras Stuff Corps 

George Edwin BorradaQe, Captain, 63 Foot 

diehard Westmacott, Major, Bombay Stall' Corps 



George Lyon Tupinan, Major. Royal Marine Artillery 

Lamb, Major, Royal Artillery 
James Raymond Johnstone Dewar, Major. Royai Artillery 
William Arthur Salmon, Major, Bombay .Staff Corps 

Basil chium Weatby, Major, 16 Foot 

Clement Winitaiili-y Carlyon, Major, Itoyal Marines' 

Charles Bradford Brown, Captain, 8 Foot !!! 



10 Feb. 5, 
:g May 57 
14 Apr 
24 Aug. 54 



Aug. 56 19 Nov. 57 



.Oct 



Dec. 62 24 Jan 



: Dec. 57 2 

57 2 



June 58 27 Aug. 58 



27 Aug. 5 S 



June 58 2 
June 



j 58 27 Aug. 5 b 17 Alar. 69 31 Dec. 78 

i June 58 27 Aug. 58 15 Aug. 6q 31 Dec. 78 

. ~Q 1-. inrp r-0 i~ «tl,>t r.^'-.r Tlan «Q 




_,_ 27 Aug. 
2 June 58 27 Aug. _ 
11 Dec. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
1 Dec. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
10 Dec. 58 
7 Aug 



28 Apr. 55 



5 Jan. 59 

6 Jan. 59 
6 Jan. 59 
6 Jan. 59 



6 Jan. „ 
6 Jan. 59 
:i Jan. 59 
!2 Jan, 59 



1 Feb. 



Apr. 67 
2 Oct. 57 



Feb. 59 



28 May 58 15 Nov. 6: 



1 Oct. 59 



^ Mar. 

\ Mar. 
Mar. 



27 Aug. 58! 13 Oct. 6330 Dec. 78 
8 June 60 3 Aug. 72 30 Dec. 78 

Dec. 56 2 Mar. 66(31 Dec. 78 
ii Feb. 00(23 Mar. 66(31 Dec. 78 

1 Apr. 62J23 Mar. 66 31 Dec. 78 
11 May 64I23 Mar. 66 31 Dec. 78 

23 Mar. 66 31 Dec. 78 
10 Apr. 66131 Dec. 78 
20 Apr. 66I31 Dec. 78 
8 May 66131 Dec. 78 
8 May 66(31 Dec. 78 
8 May 663: Dec. 78 
15 May 6631 Dec. 78 



i2 Dec. 

6 Apr. 55 
;6 Feb. 58 
t3May 59 

8 July 62 .,_ 

9 Aug. 62 23 Aug. 64 

7 July 57 1 28 Sept. 58 
7 Sept. 58 29 Oct. 6i 



5 June 55 
2 Oct. 58 
24 Dec. 58 
Feb 



May 58 



17 Aug. 
7 Aug 



5 May 66 

5 May 66 
29 May 66 

" Nov. 68 
_, Dec. 68 
17 Mar. 69 

7 Mar. 69 



Dec. ,„ 

Dec. 78 

Dec. 78 

Dec. 78 

Dec. 78 

31 Dec. 78 

3: Dec 



7 Mar. 69 31 Dec. 78 



27 Aug. 56 15 Aug. t<j 31 Dec. t& 
27 Aug. 58 30 Bept.69 31 Dec. 78 
27 Aug. 58 16 Oct. 69131 Dec. 78 
7 Aug. 58 8 Dec. 1:9:31 Dec. 78 
7 Aug. 58(18 Feb. 70(31 Dec. 78 



17 Aug. 58 29 Jan. 71 31 Dec. 78 
27 Aug. 58I30 Apr. 69 31 Dec. 78 
7 Aug. 58 1 Aug. 72 31 Dec. 78 
•7 Alio- e aUr July 6S; 3 i Dec. 78 



. May 69(31 Dec. 78 
1 July 70I31 Dec. 78 
8 Jan. 70(31 Dec. 78 
29 July 70 31 Dec. 78 
15 Oct. 70(31 Dec. 78 
15 Oct. 70I31 Dec. 78 
u Dec. 7^31 Dec. 78 
' Dec. 



10 June 59(14 Dec. 70(31 Dec. 78' 
10 June 59 14 Dec. 70,31 Dec. 78J 
9 Dec. 59 14 Dec. 70I31 Dec. 781 

8 Mar. 61 31 Dec. 70(31 Dec. 7S 
27 Aug. 58 2 Jan. 71 31 Dec. 78 
27 Aug. 58 14 Jan. 71 31 Dec. 78 

9 Dec. 59] 14 Jan. 71 31 Dec. 78 
23 Dec. 57:12 Aug. 71 31 Dec. 78 
-2 June 58)20 Sept. 71 — "' 

1 Feb. 561 5 June 66 
1 Oct. <&\ 1 Oct. 71 
1 Oct. 71 

5 Jan. 71 

6 Jan. 71 
6 Jan. 71 
6 Jan. 71 
6 Jan. 71 
6 Jan. 71 



11 Dec. 58 
9 Nov. 60 
19 Aug. 59 
2 Dec. 59 

9 Nov. 60 



6 Jan. 59 9 Nov. 60 



t Aug. _ . 

i Jan. 62 6 Jan. 7 

3 Oct. 62 11 Jan. 7 

* oo-xi, 3y 1 July 60 12 Jan. 7 

2 June 58 27 Aug. 58 1 Aug. 7: 

> June 



„ — ^ ^ 27 Aug. 58: 1 Aug. 72 

Jan. 59 7 Mar. 63' 18 Jan. 71 

Jan. 59 26 Jan. 6120 Jan. 71 

16 Apr. 58 29 Aug. 66 

15 July 68 23 Jan. 79 

>8 Oct. 71 23 Jan. 79 

i^^u. 3/ 22 Oct. 58 2 Mai 

24 Apr. 62 26 July 64 , . 

7 Dec. 55 3 June 59 22 Jan. 6s 

4 Feb. 59 15 July 59 4 Feb 

4 Feb. 59 29 Oct. 60 4 Feb. 7 

Jan. 62 4 Feb 



1 Jan 

Apr. 59 

, Apr. 59 

4 Mar. 59 2 Feb. 60 

9 Nov. 60 

29 Aug. 61 

Feb. 66 



3 June 68 
Oct. 71 
Oct. 71 
Mar. 71 
Mar. 71 
Mar. 71 
Mar 



Dec. 78 
. Jan. 79 
1 Jan. 79 
1 Jan. 79 

5 Jan. 79 

6 Jan. 79 
6 Jan. 79 
6 Jan. 79 
6 Jan. 79 
6 Jan. 79 
6 Jan. 79 

11 Jan. 79 

12 Jan. 79 
to Jan. 79 
16 Jan. 79 
18 Jan. 79 
20 Jan. 79 
23 Jan. 79 
23 Jan. 79 
23 Jan. 79 
29 Jan. 79 



?4 Dec. 73 29 Jan. 79 

' 1 Feb. 79 

4 Feb. 79 

4 Feb. 79 

, . 4 Feb. 79 

30 Oct. 66 5 Feb. 79 



_ Feb. 79 
19 Feb. 79 
19 Feb. 79 
4 Mar. 79 
4 Mar. 79 
Mar. 79 
Mar. 79 



-- „, - *ou. vu.n _j.<ii. /ijw iiioi. yy 

10 June 54 1 June sz'io Juue 66115 Mar. 79 
9 Mar. 5920 Feb. 61 ' 19 Mar. 71 19 Mar. 79 
6 Oct. 55 14 Apr. 59J 3 Aug. 67 24 Mar. 79 
2 June ~ 
June 



55 14 Apr. 59 3 Aug. 67 24 Mar. 79 
58 27 Aug. 58 1 Aug. 72 6 Apr. 79 

58(27 Aug. 58 1 Aug. 72 6 Apr. 79 

12 Apr. 5914 May 61 12 Apr. 71 12 Apr. 79 
16 July 58 4 Feb. 62I 1 May 67 12 Apr. 79 
23 Apr. 55 3 July 5 s! 3 Aug. 67 12 Apr. 79 
15 Mar. 55 26 Feb. 56 15 June 65 13 Apr. 79 



Majors. 



105 



COBNBT, 

|2IHlLIBUT 

!or ensiok 



Alexander Baber Douglas, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 20 Apr. 59 

Thomas Fraser Bruce, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 20 Apr. 59 

Martin Morphy, Major, 40 Foot I 2 July 58 



Oswald Robert Middlet m, Captain, 4 Foot 

Henry Langtry, Major, 15 Hussars 

Lowis Williams Taylor. Major, Royal Artillery 

Frederic Henderson, Major, 107 Foot 

Albert Edward Hamilton Smyth, Major, 15 Foot 

Charles Frederick Dixon. Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Crosthwaite, Major, Royal Artillery 

Nathaniel John Comins Stevens, Major, 102 Foot 

Anthony Oliver Molesworth, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Christopher Hore, Major, Royal Marines 

James Henry Latham Greenfield, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Albert Newby Clay, Captain, 79 Foot 

John MaedoiiaM Moo Iv, Malar, R yal Marines 

Frederic ('bene . so Hussars 

Augustus Meurant Hundley, Major, 19 Foot 

James Waterhouse, .V<i>/-,* Bengal Staff 1 'oi-jh 

George Edward 11 me,, k. M y • I" Corps .. 

Bryoe Edward G rwan, Major, Bengal Btaff Corps ... 
Francis l! ' umming, Valor, Bombay S. C. 

p.n.c. Col it) Oampli.-ll, .1/ nor, 7 Drag,, .n duards 

Hervcy Skins Ryves, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

James' Hay, Mo 1 a II' Corps 

James Lawtie Pagan, Major, Bombay StaffCoi 
Thomas Richard Byng, Mojo,-. Madras Staff C irps 

Robert Athorpe, Major, I: >yal Engineers 

Thomas Walker, Major, Royal Artillery 

Alfred Fonblanque, Major, Royal Marines 

John Randal Wilmer, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles Martyn Boswell. Captain, i » Foot 

Colin Hubert Garb«tt, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 
George Frederick Bryant, Major, Bombay Stall' Corps . 

James Murray M Utillery 

Henry Augustus l'.u.-bin Lancers 

Charles Henry Webster, Major, oFoot 

John Hugh Green, Major, Bengal Btaff Corps 

Walter John Tatham, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Francis Peterkin Len ifa Royal Artillery . 

John Graham Pollock, Major, Royal Artillery 

Richard Wood Robinson, Major i Fool 

John Donaldson Cruickshank, Major, Royal Ei 

Mackey Andrew B.J Heriot, '/ t, Royal Marines 

p.t.c. CuthbertCollingwood Suther, Major, R. Marine Artillery 

George Clement B Ifa ■■■. Royal . Marines 

Frederick Gustavo- Burns yal Horse Guards 

William Loraine Geddes, ( >l 

Frederick Blair Staples, I 

James Main waring Douglas, Maj ery 

Herbert William Bh (Ubri ffCorpS ... 

Frederick Sampson Goad, Major, 107 Foot 

Francis Massy 1 1 

Percy Charles Whalley, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Wm. Ounynghame Bulkel I'oot 

William Stanley Hebbert, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hi-Hi-, rle Parny Renniok, Major, Bengal Btaff Corps 

John Barnes Sparks, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Riohard Crundel Brool . 1/ , Pool 

Charles Owen Jamee Major, 63 Foot 

Thomas 11. Kirti ... .t, 

Walter Marshall, Major, Bombaj Staff Corps 

George Richard Peart, Major, Bombay Staff Cor] 

Frederick Bope Mathia . Major, Madras Staff C 

Trevor Bruce Tyler, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Edward Baker Leac ick. Major, Royal Artillery ... 

p. t.c. Marcus l-'ranc, ll.oiry M '(':■ upland , Va .■.,-. I; Artillery 
Edward Gordon Lillingston, Major, Bengal Staff CorpB 
Simon Simpson, Major, Royal Artillery ... ... 

Duncan George l'lteher. Major, Bengal Staff Corps 
Campbell Walker Major, Madias Stall'Corps 

Edward James Gunthorpe, Major, Madras Staff Corps 
James Fellowes, Major, Royal Engineers 

John Lannoy Two-die, 1/ ai<,r, 97 Fool 

Christopher William Townsend Major, Royal Artillery 
p.s.c George Augustus Noyes, Major, Royal Artillery 
John Charley, Major, 60 Foot.. 



iq June 57 
16 Aug. 61 
12 June 58 
4 Apr. 57 
12 June 60 



4 July 57 

8 May $5 

1 June 59 

7 Sept. 55 

8 May 55 
20 Jan. 57 

2 July 58 



10 June 59 
June 59 
June 55 

June 
June 

June 59 



27 Juno 59 



9 Nov. 58 
1 July 5 



28 Oct. 5 



20 Oct. 55 






5 Aug. S9 
ii May 59 






7 Sept, 59 




WHBN 
PLACKDOIf 
HALF PAY. 



I July <•■ 



Alexander Fraser Stewart, Major, Bombay Btaff Corps 

Nicholas Pennefather,* 8 Major, h.p. , Foot 

Francis Barker Montague, Major, 4 Hussars 

Richard Nagle," Major, h p. R .yal Canadian Rifles; Tow 

Major, Halifax, Sara Scato, J 

Edmund Hill Wickham, Major, Royal Artillery 

Richard Hairy Williams, Major, Royal Engineers 

Jaspar Gustavus Silvester Dayies, Major, Royal Engineers 
Edmund Donough Collins O'Brien, Major, Royal Engineers 

Samuel Anderson, CMO. Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Woodward, Major, Royal Engineers 

George John Skinner, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Irving Stoning Allfrey, Captain, 13 Foot 

Reginald Justus Wimberley, Major, Bengal Stall' Corps 

Edward George Blenkinsop. Major, Madras Stall' Corps ... 

Cyril Blackburne Tew, 51 Major, h p. 15 Foot 

Charles Faulkner Glass, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Charles William Fothergill, Major, R. Marine Arti lery 



7 Mar. 56 
2 Sept. 59 

9 Aug. 5' 

16 Feb. 56 



7 Sept. 58 



1 May 60 
1 Aug. 60 

14 Jan. 61 

15 Oct. 58 
4 Jan. 65 

27 Aug. 58 

8 May 58 

3 Oct. 62 
1 Apr. 59 

22 June 59 

1 Nov. 57 
22 June 59 

2 Nov. 58 

4 June 61 

1 July 59 

9 Jan. 59 
30 Apr. 58 

1 1 Juno ■ 1 

10 June 59 

Oct. 59 

June 60 

16 Oct. 55 
19 Oct. 60 

22 Nov. 60 
q July 61 
■ Jan. 6 

13 June 58 
10 June 50 

14 Apr. 59 

2 Juno 59 

16 Sept. 59 
.•7 Apr. 66 
32 Juno 

23 June 59 

10 Juno 59 

1 tec 

■I A, 

1 Lpr 

1 Aug ;i 
22 June 59 

21 July '■ J 
| 1 July 6 

to June . . 

I 7 Mar. 6 

I I Feb. , 

1 Jan 6 
1 Jan. 6a 
1 Jan. ( 

22 Juno 5 
11 Deo, 19 

2i Doc. 59 

21 Dec. 59 
10 June 6 

1 Jan. 6 
1 Jan. 6a 

- .1 Ulh' 

1 Doe. 59 
1 Dec. 5' 
i Feb. 6 

1 Jan. 6 

3 Apr. 58 

1 1 June 60 



8 June 67 25 Apr. 79 
5 June 66 27 Apr. 79 1 
3 Apr. 69 29 Apr. 79 < 

1 Aug. 72 ti May 79; 
7 Aug. 60J17 May 79, 

2 June 59 17 May 79! 
7 Oct. 71 17 May 79 

21 Oct. 71] 17 May 79 
30 Nov. 70 24 May 79 
11 Nov. 71 25 May 70 
I Aug.67 26 May 79 
1 June 71 1 June 79 
15 June 66 4 June 79 

3 Aug. ',7 4 June 79 
■ 1 ! 67 7 June 79 

7 June 79 

to June 71 10 June 79 

o June 71 10 June 79 

10 June 79 

10 June 79 



16 Sept. 59 
.-, Juiy / 
20 Sept. 59 
20 Sept. 59 
27 July 55 



r 3 N, 



29 June 66 

1 June 71 
1 June 71 
1 June 71 
1 June 71 
27 Jan. 72 

12 Mar 71 
3 Aug. 07 

, .1 one 66 
->7 June 7 

7 .1 II, ,e 7 

11 Nov. 71 

9 Mar. 7a 
17 Mar 6g 

1 July 71 
1 1 Nov. 71 
1 1 Nov. 71 
19 Mar. 73 

14 Jan. 71 

1 a.ug, 67 

17 July 66 

Dec • 
li Dec. 68 

23 Dec. 71 

5 Aug. 7 
.'9 June 70 

13 Aug. 7 

10 Aug. 7 
23 Dec. 7 
23 Dec. 71 
17 Jan. 73 
jo Aug. 7 
,7 Jan. 7 

7 Sepl 7 

2 Jan. 69 
1 Jan. 
4 Feb. 72 
4 Aug. 67 
. Sept.7] 

17 Apr. 6 j 

4 Sept. 67 

5 Apr. 67 



21 Dec. 59 
1 Oct. 58 
, Oct. 58 

1 Oct. 58 
21 Dec. 58 
21 Dec. 58 

2 Dec. 63 

6 Apr. 5 1 
1 June 6: 
1 Jan. 62 
1 Feb. 59 
Dec. 59 

7 May 59 



11 June 79 
1 1 June 79 
11 June 79 
11 June 79 
11 June 79 

I : June 79 
18 June 79 
ji June 79 

22 June 79 
27 June 79 

7 June 79 
7 June 79 
7 June 
7 June 74 
. July 7 g 

1 July 7, j 

1 July 79 

1 July 79 

2 July 79 

4 July 79 

5 July 79 
5 July 79 

7 July 79 

10 July 7v 

II July 79 

14 July 79 
\ Jills 7,, 
21 July 70 

23 July 79 
13 July 7g 

23 July 70 

2 Aug. 79 

5 Aug. 79 

6 Aug. 79 

1 1 Aug. 79 
13 Aug. 79 
is Aug. 79 
20 Aug. 79 
23 Aug. 79 
■7 Aug. 79 

27 Aug. 79 
30 Aug. 79 
30 Aug. 79 

3 Sept. 79 

7 Sept. 79 

7 Sept. 79 

8 Sept. 79 

9 Sept. 79 
., Sept. 79 

10 Sept. 79 

12 Sept. 79 

12 Sept. 79 

13 Sept. 79 
13 Sept. 79 

13 Sept. 79 

13 Sept. 79 



1 Mar. 72 

7 June;..' 13 Sept. 79 



3 Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 
I Aug, 72 
3 Aug. 72 
,0 Sept.7] 
21 Aug. 66 
20 Sept. 7 1 
2c Sept 71 
20 May 68 
1 j May 72 
3 Aug. 67 



3 Sept. 79 
3 Sept. 79 
13 Sept. 79 
,3 Sept. 79 
t6 Sept. 79 
18 Sept. 79 
2c Sept. 79 
20 Sept. 79 
27 Sept. 79 
27 Sept. 79 
2 Oct. 79 



13 Sept. 79 
18 Dec. 70 



i.q6 



Majors. 



William David Welch, Major, Royal Marine Artillery 

Vincent Whig, Major, Roval Artillery 

Tilson Shaw Magan, Major. Madras Staff Corps 

Robert Young Armstrong, Major, Royal Engineers 

Arthur French, Major, Royal Marina Artillery 

Robert Parry Nisbet, Major, Bengal Staff Corps ••.—• •"•■••: 
Charles Henrv Tilson Marshall, Major, Bengal Staff Corps . 

Robert John Bond, Major, Royal Engineers 

Arthur Hales, Major, 27 Foot » lL"etZni^ 

Edward Swatman Reynolds, Major, Bombay Stan 001 ps 

Henry French, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

William Algernon Kay. Major, 68 Foot 

Arthur Kyle Haslett, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.t.c. George Edward Grover, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Harlaud Craigie Halkctt, Major, Royal Engineers.. 

Charles Howcn, Major, Royal Engineers 

John Collcdge, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

William Hutchinson Mulloy, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Randall Slacke, Major, Royal Engineers 

Richard Henry B. Beaumont, Major, Royal Engineers 

Albert FitzWUUam Taylor, Major, Bengal Stall Corps 

John Talbot Coke. Captain, 25 Foot 

Charles Edward Pinckney Simpson, Captain, zg foot 

Richard Hebden O'Grady Haly, Captain, 84 Foot 

Henry John Faircloth, Captain. 81 Foot 

Thomas James Williams liulkelcy. Captain, 10 Hussars 

George Washington Smith, Captain, 85 Foot 

Frederick Sale Sowley Brind, Captain, 17 Foot 

Alex AngnsAirlie Kinloch, Captain, 60 Rifles 

Thomas Astell St. Quintin, Captain, 10 Hussars....- 

Arthur Singleton Wvnuc, Captain, 51 Foot 

Henry Richml Abadie, Captain, Lancers 

UC Andrew Scott, Captain, Bengal Stall Corps 

Dod^son Hamilton Thompson, ''•', >"•>', Bengal Staff Corps.. 

VC John Cook, Captain, Bengal Staff Corps 

Boyce Albert Combe, Captain, to Hussars 

James Cook, Captain, Bengal Staff Corps ■■■■■■-■■ 

Alexander Robert Badcoek, Captain, Bengal Staff Corps .... 
Robert George Swavne Mar-hail, Captain, Royal ArtiUery .. 

Robert M'Grigor Stewart, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Edward Joseph de Lautour, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Richard George Kennedy, Captain, liefgal Staff Corps 

George Walters Rogers, Captain, Bengal Staff Corps 

George Swinley, Captain, Royal Artillery 

John Davidson, Captain. Bengal Stat!' Corps 

Montagu Gilbert Gerard, Captain, Bengal Staff Corps 

Richard Wace, Captain, Royal Kngineers 

Gerald de Courcy Morton, Captain, 6 Foot 

Thomas Francis Hobday. Capbdn, Bengal Staff Corps 

William North, Captain, Royal Engineers 

George Tinual Pretvman, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Robert Gosset Woodthorpe, Captain. Roya ^Engineers 

Uffi O'Moore Creagh, Captiin. Bombay Stall' Corps 

3JC Edward Pemberton Leach. Captain, Royal Engineers.... 

Ernest Henry Buller r Captain, Rifle Brigade 

William Cox, Captain, 13 Foot 

p.t.c. Frederick Cardew, Captain, 82 Foot 

Dudley Thomas Persse. Captain, 13 Foot 

Aylmer Howard T. H. Somerset, Captain, Rifle Brigade .... 

p,t.c. Henry Grey MacGregor, Captain, 29 Foot 

William Vesey Brownlow. Captain, 1 Dragoon Guards 

George Stanley Byng, 54 Captain, h. p. Rifle Brigade; Aide] 

de Camp to the Lord Lieutenant of Inland J 

Joseph Philips, Captain, Royal Marines 

p.t.c. Alan Coulston Gardner, Captain, 14 Hussars 

Henry Robert Yates Browne, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Bindon Blood, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Geoffry Barton, Captain, 7 Foot 

p.t.c. Arthur FitzRoy Hart, Captain, 31 Foot 

Percy Harry Stanley Barrow, Captain, 19 Hussars 

James Allejne, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Henry Vautrhan, Captain. Royal Artillery 

Walter Parke Jones, Captain, Royal Engineers 

John Edward Hale Prior, Captain. So Foot 

Joseph Henry Lave, Captain, 90 Foot , 

p.t.c. Edward Robert Prevost Wood gate, Captain, 4 Foot 

p.t.c. Wm. Charles Francis Molyneux, Captain, 22 Foot 

Ronald Bertram Lane, Captain, Rifle Brigade 

Henry Douglas Rookc, Captain, 53 Foot 

Cecil Mangle? , Major, 20 Hassans 

tiuchlau Foster Jh'mieson, Major. I., n-.il Si all Corps 

Samuel Hunter Cowau, Major, I ii n- :i I Stall' Corps 

ephen Hutchinson. Major, Bengal StaffCorps 

George Fri th N'eill, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

.-, l/,i/'«r, Madra.-' Slab Coi-iis 

Augustus Berkeley Portman, Major, Bombay StaffCorps 

Mclhiicn Ward, Major, Hominy Stall Corps 

David Clapham Andrew, Major, Bengal stair Corps 

Praneis Corbet Singleton, Major, liombay Staff Corps 

John Edward Campbell, Major, Bengal Stall" Corps , 

William ttacDonnell Robinson, Major, Madras Staff Corps ., 

1 rosbie, Captain, Royal Marines 

vcr Wingate, Major, Bengal StaffCorps 

Gcoi'c-j Alexander, Major, Bengal StaffCorps 



8 Oct. 59 
27 Oct. 59 
27 Oct. 59 

5 June 55 



12 Nov. 59 
24 June 59 
19 Mar. 61 
6 Nov. 58 
15 Dec. 54 
14 July 5S 
Feb. 56 
Mar. 57 
Nov. 55 
30 Dec. 59 
4 Aug. 63 
6 Aug. 58 
4 Mar. 60 
:8 Dec. 60 
19 Dec. 60 
27 Aug. Co 
8 June 61 
1 Oct. 61 



COIINET, 
2nd LI BUT 
Or ENSIGN 



24 June 57 



4 Feb. 58 
12 Oct. 59 
12 Oct. 59 



20 Sept. 59| 3 Aug. 67 
1 Dec. 59 20 Mar. 72 
1 Jan. 62) 9 Oct. 71 
1 Dec. 58 3 Aug. 72 
8 Dec. 59! 19 Sept. 67 
23 July 61,12 Oct. 71 
23 July 61 '12 Oct. 71 
!i Dec. 58 1 3 Aug. 72 
8 Mar. 67 2 Jan. 69 



Nov. 50 



Jan. 62 27 Oct . 
1 Jan. 62 27 Oct. 71 
7 May 58|ioNov. 69 
21 Dec. 58 3 Aug. 72 
-- Dec. 58 3 Ang. 72 
-. Dec. 58! 3 Aug. 72 
21 Dec. 58! 3 Aug. 72 
1 Oct. 61 1 4 Nov. 7 
1 Dec. 58, 3 Aug. 7 
2i Dec. ,8 3 Aug. 7 



June 58 
8 Aug. 61 
13 Aug. 61 
20 Feb 



3 Au . , 
12 Nov. 71 
1 Aug. 66 
-j -i Aug. 60 
. Feb. 62 31 Aug. 66 
3 Apr. 55 16 Oct. 67 
6 Oct. 60 15 Feb. 68 
23 Apr. 58 1 i Nov. 



jo Apr. 5S 
24 Sept. 58 



. Jan. 62 
22 Mar. 65 
1 Jan. 62 
6 May 65 
30 July 62 
Oct. 62 



9 Aug. 62 
24 Mar. 63 



9 Jan. 63 
25 July 65 



2 Oct. 66 



25 July 55 
2 July 55 
2 June 58 
9 May 58 
1 Nov. 55 
9 May 
9 Apr. 59 

27 Feb. 58 

24 Dec. 56 

June 60 



3 Oct. 62 

23 Dec. 64 

July 68 



21 Mar. 68 
20 July 67 
7 Apr. 65 
23 Dec. 64 
Feb. 67 
Dec. 59 
20 Feb. 61 
2 Dec. 59 



9 Dec. 59 
9 Dec. 59 
10 Dec. 59 
10 Dec. 59 
Dec. 64 
30 Dec. 59 
Dec. 



CAPTAIN. 



2 Oct. 79 
4 Oct. 79 
9 Oct. 79 



79 



6 Jan. 63 17 Aug. 70 



ig- 67 



Dec. 60 14 Feb. 72 



„ June 60 
27 Nov. 68 
1 Sept. 62 
6 Nov. 60 
24 Mar. 66 
9 Apr. 64 
j 9 Jan. 64 
13 July 67 
24 July 68 
9 Feb. 64 
!i Mar. 65 
:2 June 65 
:6 Feb. 70 

17 Apr. 66 
30 Apr. 58 

8 Jan. 58 
27 Nov. 59 

18 Sept. 60 
Sept. 58 

15 June 6. 
[2 May 6i 
;o Apr. 6i 

12 July 59 



15 Dec. 69 21 Aug. 7 



Apr. 70 
May 70 



Apr. 7 



4 Mar. 72 
:8 Dec. 72 
9 Dec. 72 
:2 Feb. 73 

8 June 73 
1 Oct. 73 
4 Feb. 74 
4 Feb. 74 
:i Mar. 74 
■9 Aug. 74 

1 Sept. 74 
16 Jan. 75 
>4 Mar. 75 

19 Apr. 76 

9 Aug. 76 
27 Mar. 77 
25 July 77 

Oct. 77 
- Oct. 77 
22 May 78 

2 Oct. 78 
31 Dec. 78 

20 Feb. 67 
9 Mar. 67 

8 May 67 
7 Aug. 67 

14 Aug. 67 
10 Nov. 69 

18 May 70 

9 Mar. 72 

19 June 72 



9 Oct. 

to Oct. 79 

i2 Oct. 79 

1 2 Oct. 79 

! 12 Oct. 79 

- 18 Oct. 79 
27 Oct. 79 
27 Oct. 79 
29 Oct. 79 
29 Oct. -- 

3 Nov, 

3 Nov. 79 

3 Nov. 79 

4 Nov. 79 

8 Nov. 79 

9 Nov. 79 
20 Dec. 75 
12 Nov. 79 
14 Nov. 79 
17 Nov. 79 
20 Nov. 79 

Nov. 79 
- Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. — 



coMay 73 
25 Aug. 73 
1 Apr. 74 
13 June 74 



Nov. 60 

Dec. 60 

. Feb. 65 

29 May 67 -j . 
14 Sept. 70 23 Jan. 75 

25 June 62 14 Apr. 75 

30 Aug. 6430 May 77 
Mar. 64' 1 Oct. 77 
Aug. 71; 18 Nov. 77 

27 Oct. 71 23 Jan. 78 
7 July 69 2 Mar. 78 
5 Dec. 69 4 July 78 
4 Oct. 71 5 Oct. 78 

30 June 63 24 Sept. 66 
16 Oct. 66, 1 Feb. 73 

28 Oct. 64 2 Dec. 71 
9 Dec. 59 9 Dec. 71 
9 Dec. 59 9 Dec. 71 
9 Dec. 59 9 Dec 71 
9 Dec. 59 9 Dec. 71 
9 Dec. 59 J 9 Dec. 71 
9 Dec. 59; 9 Dec. 71 
ii Sept.61 1 9 Dec. 71 

1 Jan. 62; 9 Dec. 71 

26 Sept.61 10 Dec. 71 

2 Jan. 62 10 Dec. 71 

3 Aug. 67 3 Dec. 78 
7 Nov. (3 3 o Dec. 71 
1 Dec. 63 30 Dec- 71 



i2 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 70 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
22 Nov. 79 
29 Nov. 79 
29 Nov, 79 
29 Nov. 79 
29 Nov. 79 
29 Nov. 79 
29 Nov. 79 
29 Nov. 79 
29 Nov. 79 
29 Nov. 79 
29 Nov. 79 
29 Nov- -" 
29 Nov. 
29 Nov. 



•79 



Nov. 

Nov 
Nov 



29 rsov. 79 
29 Nov. 79 
29 Nov. 79 
29 Nov. 79 
29 Nov. 79 
29 Nov. 79 

29 Nov. 79 

30 Nov. 79 
30 Nov. 79 

2 Dec. 79 
c, Doc. 79 
9 Dec. 79 



9 Dec 

9 Dec. 

9 Dec. 

9 Dec. 

9 Dec. 

9 Dec. 
10 Dec. 
10 Deo. 
17 Dec. 
30 Dec. 

3 - Dec 



War Services of the Majors. 107 

■ Major Hartman served in tlie expedition to Hanover in 1805-6; at the siege of Copenhagen in 1807 ; in Sweden, 
Portugal, and Span, in 1808-9, including the advance and retreat of the Army, and in the battle of Oorunna. Expe- 
dition to Walcheren 1S09 ; subsequent campaigns in the Peninsula and France, including the defence of Tarifa and 
anair ■! battle of Barrosa, actions of Arroyo del Molino andAlmaraz, battles of Vittoria, the Pyrenees 

(25th 30th and 31st July), Pass of Maya, Nivclle, Xive, Bavonne, and Onhes ; affair at St. Palais, and battle of 
Toulouse (War Medal with eight Clasps). 

8 Major Castieau served at the sieges of Ter Vere and Flushing, and was in action with the batteries on 14 Aug. 

1809 ; the subsequent operations in the Scheldt and retreat from Batz. In 1S10 off Brest, l'Orient, and Basque Roads, 

ats. In 1811 on the North Coast of Spain. Present at the attack on Oporto by the 

Uite forces, 29th Sept. 1832 and subsequent operations ; present in the Pedroite works at the attacks o'f 5th 

and 26th Sept. 1833, the action which raised the siege of Lisbon 10th Oct. and at the battle of Loures nth Oct. In 

1834 at Jetuval and visiting the posts in the Algarvesto ascertain and report upon the state of the contending 

armies. 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 1836-40, including the action of Fuentarabia, and all the services performed there (Brevet 

, and Cross of San Fernando). 

5 .Major. I. K. Mackenzie served the Kaffir Campaign of 1851-52, as Captain 2nd Battalion 60th Rifles, and was 
present at the forcing of the Kei with Ci vision (Medal). 

'Lord Avonmore served in New Zealand mees in 1S47, and was present at the repulse 

Of 400 Natives in their attack at Wanganui on the 19th July (Med I rn campaign of 

1854-55. including the battle of Inkerman (horse killed), siege and fall of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 
26th Oct. 1S54 (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medal). 

11 Major J. H. Kirke served with the 19th Regiment in the Crimea from the ;th January to the 26th July 1855, 
inoludinf - and Turkish Medal). 

13 Major C. 1 aign from April 185s, and was present at the siege and fall of 

Sebastopol (Medal v* ith Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

l '- Major J. If. Sharp tent in the Crimea from the 4th Sept. to the nth Nov. 1855, 

including the i , and Turkish Medal). 

17 Major J. Laroner 1 llarke served in the Crimean campaign from Dec. 1S54 to June 1355, including the siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Mi 

|,J Major 1'. 1. 5. Lyon served in the Crim 1 from Dec. 1S54 up to Sept. 1355, including the siege 

of Sebastopol, and in the Trenches with the siege train at the bombardments of 9th April, and 6th and 17th June 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign in 1S57-58, including the action of Pandora, 
storm and ca[ • of Lucknow, action of Barree, : niporcKussie, 

affairs of Muchagawn Tigree, relief of Azimghur, operations in the Jungle and capture of Jugd isp ire (Medal with 

: with the 19th Regiment at the siege of Sebastopol from 31st August 1855, and was 
danger - I 1 Clasp, and Turkish Medal): 

•♦Major J. Will I with the 80th Re Burmese war of i n at tho capture 

of Mar ; Rangoon on the 12th 13th and [4th April, and oapture of the great Dagon Pagoda 

(with the storming party); and he was severely a. at the 

iture of Myat* m the 1 ith March 1853 (.Medal with Clasp for Pe n ith the 

" Ms \rabia in 1S73 u I of a Light Field 

Battery, including the investment surrender and destruction of the fort at Al-Hota, and mai pursuit 

of the rebel Ali bin Mana, Chief of Toodlee. 

M Major 0. W. Hawe8 served as Adjutant and Commandant of Cavalry Guides before Delhi in 1857. Com- 
mands! tureof Delhi, and present in 
every skirmish from the ith June to the 14th - entwith Brigadier Showers' 
Flying Column in the D Delhi in 1857 as Commandant of Guide Ca Served 
with tin 3ittana in 1858 as Commandant oi Cavalry, and 2nd in 
Command of Guides (Modal with 

i.i jor A. .1. Ford ;th Kegt. in Shahabad from July to Nov. 1S58, and was present at the affairs 

of Bampora-Perrara and Jnn 

'■ ' Major \V I : Foroe which repelled an incursion of Fenians 

into Canada in May 1870. Ser I ■.anti war from the 23rd October 1873, and was employed as 

Special Commissioner to the v. mentioned in 1 r, Cm., Medal 

with Clasp). 

31 Major Forbes served against tin 1 from Nov. [86] to Feb ie defeat 

of Pa Oaney and his men at BCabal wounded), S( rved in the Ashanti war in 1873, and was -lightly wounded in 

the action Medal). 

M Major B. Gladstone served with the Baltic expedition in 1854 (Medal). Also in the Black Sea in the latter part 
of 1855, ami until the declaration ol peace in 1S56. 

■ ; Major J. 11. Fawcett served as a>! afterwards as Staff Otlicer with the Berar Column, 

which took the field to oppose the entrance of Tantia Topee and Feroze Shah into the Deccan. Served throughout 
the Abyssinian campaign as a D.A.Q.M. General, and was present at the action of Arogee and capture of Magdala 
(mentioned in d dal). 

;| Major. 1. Foott served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58 with the 88th Regiment, inoludin of 26th 

27th and .'3th Novemh 1 a indham; battle of Cawnporo 6th December, and pursuit of 

. with minor affaire in 1 tude (Mi 
3i M:i, tit oi Delhi in 1857, and during the six days' fighting in the 

attiwalla, and M\ upoorie (Medal with ( 
l; Major J. li. Jackson served with I : Barley up the B in Juno 1864, 

and wa- reduction of the native fortified positions of Ju 1 mniTenda. 



Major J. G. Shanks served with the 1;. M. Battalion at Sanatoria in 1854, and with the Brigade in the Crimea 
ing the siege of Sebastopol in 1855 (Modal with Clasp, 5th Class of the U [edal). 

Major A. Cook Wl Madras Native lutantry that formed part of the 



force in tho Held to inn iv.pt the n bels under '1'antia Tope,- irom 9th November 18 ;8, Was engaged in the pursnil 
of insurgent Shane on the north tasserim andMartaban Provinces during May i860. 

« Major I', (i 1 I \ ,th the 2nd Dragoon Guards in the Oude campaign of 1S58-59, including the 

crossing of the Gogra at Fyzabad, and affairs at Bnngaon 1 Medal). 

" Major S. li. llu.-ki.--on m 1 \ ed with the 80th Regiment 111 the Indian mutiny and campaign in Oudoin 1858-59, 
inoludingthe oapture of the Port of Simree, actions at Hera, Doondeakera and Bussingpore (Medal). Served 
as Adjutant of the Regiment with the left attack during the Bhootan Expedition of 1865-66 (Medal with Clasp). 
Served with the fori Malays in Perak in 1875-76, as acting D. A. Q. M. 

General, and was present at the oa a despatches, Brevet of Major). 

" Major G. Edwards served with menl throughout the first China war (Medal), and was present at 

tho attack and capture of Chusan, \ . Chaj , Woosung, Shanghai, and Ching Kiang Foo — noticed 

for distinguished conduct, and was severely wounded. Also present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol from 16th 
July 1855 (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

43 Major J. J. N. Buchanan served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimean campaign from 17th April 1855, 
including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, battle of the Tchernaya, and affair of the 21st Sept. near Kcrteh 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served with the 6th Dragoon Guards throughout the Indian campaign 
of 1857-59, including the operations in Rohilcund and action of Nugeena, relief of Bareilly, relief of 
Shahjehanpore, capture of the Fort of E&emai, and pursuit with destruction of the Fort of Mahundce, action of 
Bunkagaon, operation- in Oude and aet ions of Mohudipore and Etusoolpore, attack and capture of Fort Mitoulee, 
actions of Alligunj and Biswa. Also served as officiating 1>. Q. M. G. to the Agra Field Force under Brigadier 
Showers in Central India in pursuit of Tantia Topee, Feroze Shah, and others (Medal). 



io8-ii War Services of the Majors. 

" Major V. O'Connor served as Acting Adjutant of tke Soth Regiment with the Left Attack during the Bhootan 
Expedition in 186=; (Medal with Clasp). , . , _. .. ,,, ' „ 

*« Major W. C. Mackinnon served with the 87th Fusillicrs in Bengal throughout the Indian mutiny (Medal). 

48 Major N. Pennefather served with the Sjrd Regiment in the Indian mutiny campaign, including the siege 
of Kotah and its capture V>v assault on the 30th March 1S53 (Medal). 

« 9 Major R NaHe served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman 
(wounded) siege and fall of Pebastopol, sortie of 26th October, and assault of the Redan on the 8th September 
(Medal for Distinguished Conduct in the Field and annuity of £20, also Crimean Medal with three Clasps, Knight 
of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). . „:„„,,,, 

51 Major C. B. Tew served with the 6Sth Light Infantry in the ISew Zealand war in 1864-66 (Medal). 

" Major G S Byng \v:is attached to the 10th Regiment during part of the Indian mutiny, and at the capture 
of Lucknow •' served subsequently with the 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade (Medal with Clasp) . 



Quarter Master of Brigade Depot. 

51 M'Intyre, Duncan, 1 3 March 56. 

1 Quarter Master M'Intvre served with the 79th Highlanders throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, a*" 
eluding the battles of Alma and Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assaults of the 18th June and 8th 
September, expedition to Kertch and Yenikale (Medal with three Clasps, Medal for Distinguished Conduct in the 
Field, and Turkish Medal) . 



List of Officers, now serving in the Army, who passed the Examination and received 
Certificates at the Senior Department, Royal Military College. 



Addison, Lt.General J. E. 

Airey, General Richard, Lord, GCB. 7 F. Dec. 1826. 

Alexander, LI Gei , Sir James Edward, CB. Dec. 1828. 

Bagot, Colonel Geo., Brig • c. 1856. 

Borton, General Sir Arthur, KCB. 1 W.I. R. Nov. 1839. 

Governor anil Comm. in Chief at Malta. 
Cameron, General Sir Duncan A. GCB. Dec. 1831. 

Bfaji r Genera] Wm. Gordon, CB. .May 1853. 
C «, Major General J. W. CB. Nov. 1847. 
Darling, Lt.Col. Sydney, h.p. g P. May 1852. 
Douglas, Gen. Sir Robert Percy, Bart. 98 F. Nov. 1834. 

. aeral J. W. Nov. 1847. 
Bagar, Major Gei era! R. J. CB. May 1837. 
Edwards, Ge leral C. A. CB. 18 P. May 1835. 
Bwart, Lt.General J. A., CB. May 1845. 
George, General P. D. CB. j6 P. Nov. 1834. 
Gordon, Major General C. B. P. CB. Nov. 1844. 
Hackett, Colonel John, Unatt. Nov. 1851. 
Hardinge, Lt.General Sim. A. B. CB. May 1850. 
Hutching m, General W. X. 33 F. Nov. 1833. 
Jarvis, Colonel S. !'. CMG. b p. -.■ P. May 1856. 
Johnston, General T. H. 66 F. June 1828. 
Longden, Lt.Gen. H. E. CB. CSI, May 1842. 
MVIcverty, General W. A. 48 F.Dec. 1830. 
Macdonell, Lt.General Alex. CB. Nov. 1845. 
Mk .Ill-all, Lt.General Sir P. L. KCMG. May 1842. 



}J MMim'or, Gen.'i ' . KCB. Nov. 1811. 

Maclean, Lt.Col. II. J. h p. Rifle Brig. May 1853. Ass si 
Adj. and Q.M. • ;• aeral, Ireland. 

Michel, General Sir John, GCB. S6 F. Nov. 1833. Com- 
manding the P> n 

Nugent/ I . Onatt. Dec. 1857, A.A. & Q.M 

Gen. Edinburgh. 

Wm. Unatt. Nov. 1855, Professor 

1S52. 
Peacocke, Major General G. J. 1100.1856. 

nomas, GCB. 44 P. Dec. 1821. 
1 LC, CB. Nov. 1843. 
. R. 27 P. May 1333. 
Sankey, Maj.Gen. Wm. ( ft. Nov. 1852. 

Major 1 ;.'iicr;il ( '. Ni,v. 1841. 
Smith, General M. W. CB. 20 Hussars, Nov. 1839. 
Sparks, General J. P. CB. »8 P. June 1825. 
Stapylton, Major General G. G. C. May 1S49. 
Stcw'ar h.p. 36 F. Dec. 1857. 

Cay 1850. 
b p. 22 P. May 1S33, Assistant 
i.il in Ireland 

Win in: \ 1 /.'. Nov. 1850. 

Wilson, General T. M. >( F. May 1834. 



/ v serving, who have passed through th Staff College. 



Passed out in December 1858. 

Petrie, Bt.Lt.Colonel M., h.p. ,7 1' 

Carey, Major Gei 1 ral R . CB. Deputy Jndge Advocate. 

Wilson, Colonel, Brigade Depot. 

Gamble, Major General D. J ., CB. 



Passed out in December 1859. 

Bruce, Lt.C < \ 1 , CB. 91 F. 

Twynam P. A. A., 15 F. 

Jebb, Colonel P. W., h.p. 67 P., Adj. Gen., 



Passed out in December 1860. 

Wavell, Bt.Lt. !o mel A. 11., 41 P. 

Feilding, 1 el Hi 1 W 11. \ , h.p. Coldst. Gds 

'Grant, Lt.Colonel K . R. Bng 

Wilkinson, Ass start I man ssar; <■■ ai ral 11. J. 

Nangle, Deputy Commissary General W. C. 

Vigors, Lt.Coli nel P. D., 19 F. 

•Woolsey, Colonel O'B. B., R. Art. 



Passed out in December 1861. 

Crcagh-Osbornc, Colonel C. 0.,h.p. Brigade Depot, Com- 
mandant of the Stair Collepe. 
Battersby, Col. J. P. h.p. 60 F. Commdt. R. M. Asylum, 
Stoney, Major B\ B., R. Art. 

Hall, Lt.Colonel T. E. A., h.p. 49 V. Professor Staff Coll. 
Stewart, Colonel R. C, h.p. 2 F. Gov. ft Com, K. Victoria 
Wilkinson, Colonel G. A., R. Art. [Hospital, Netley. 



Passed out in December 1862. 

Colley, Colonel Sir G. P., CB. CMG. KCSI. 2 Foot. 
Barrmgton, Deputy Commissary General J. T. 
Nolnn, Major J. P., R. Art. 
East, Colonel C. J., h.p. 57 F. A. Q.M. Gen., Intelligence 

Branch. 
Baker, Colonel T. D., CB. 18 F. 

Files, Lt.Colonel W. K., CB. h.p. 38 F. Assist. Adj. Gen. 
Parsons, lit. Lt.Colonel C, 3 F. 
Acton, Colonel C, 51 F. 
Lynch, Colonel W. W., 10 F. 
Gonne, Lt.Colonel T., 17 Lancers. 
lilack, Bt.Lt.Colonel W., CB. 24 P. 



Passed out in December 18G3. 
Bufoi 0/ 1 86 1. 

Brett, Bl LI Col 11 a . , . !•'. 

r 1 ti. . Dr. "Ms. 

■ of 1862. 
B Art. 
Beazley, 1 . 83 F. 

Barbord, Bl Lt.Col. it., b 

Assistant 1 'limn 1 it. C. 

Arbuthii .'. , 14 Hussars. 

Passed out in December 1864. 
■:, Bt.Lt. Col. P. J., h.p.64 F. 

W. II., II. Art., 

EL, Gr. Gds. 

V. .1 . CMG. R. Art. 
Gilbard, Bl Via orG J., 18 Hucsnrs. 
K. ays- Young, Captain H. W., i3F. 
U« Wood, Brig. Gen s.r 11 1:. A'cfl. h.p. go F. 
Blondell.H Col. 11 B H . I 
Pawoett, Major J. H.,h.p. ■ P. 

i;t. Lt.Col. 0. 11., 67 F. 

Passed out in December 1865. 
, Bl Major 11. G., -■ . P. 
Suther, Major C. C, R. M. Art. 

1 : 1 lolonel C. W., Rifle Brigade. 
B, Peel, CB. It. Art. 
Knollys, < laptain ii.it. Art. 
Maxwell, Bt.Major It. J., 06 F. 

M.ij.ir" W., 102 P. 

Wynen, Bt.Major A. G., 39 F. 

Passed out in December 1866. 

Parker, Colonel G. D., 64 F. 

Oliver, Major J. H., R. Art. 

Lock, Bt.Lt.Colonel H., 108 F. 

Gregson, Captain L. A., 70 P. 

Hatchell, Bt.Lt.Colonel G., 60 F. 

Knollys, Lt.Colonel W. W., h.p. 93 F. 

Middleton, Colonel F. D., h.p. 29 F. Commandant and 

Secretary, Royal Military College. 
Farrington, Major H. D'O., 73 F. 
Uluiidell, Colonel R. B. H., 3 Hussars. 
Hood, Captain W. C, 2 F. 

B 



List of Officers, now serving, wlw have passed through the Staff College. 



Passed out in December 18G7. 

Hozier, Major J. W., 2 Drs. 
Provost, Captain L. De T., 93 F. 
Griffiths, Captain H. H., 59 P. 
Braine, Capt. O.W., Bombay S.C. 
Fothergill, Major C. W., R. M. Art. 
Pitman, Captain W., h.p. R. M. Art. 
Nelson, Captain W. F., R. Art. 
Prior, Bt.Lt.Colonel G. U., 100 F. 
Boyle, Captain G. E.. Rifle Brigade. 
Butler, Lt.Colonel H. T., 13 Hussars. 
Moorsom, Major H. M., R. Art. 
Fawcett, Captain R. H., 33 F. 
Campbell, Major C, 7 Dr. Gds. 

Passed out in December 1868. 

Clarke, Major F. C. H.,R. Art. 
Cardew, Major G. M., 67 F. 
Holmes, Major A. L'E. H., Bengal S.C. 
Walker, Bt.Lt.Colonel A. L., 99 F. 
Hollist, Major E. O., R. Art. 
(Jwymie, Captain N. X., 63 F. 
Crealock, Lt.Colonel J. N., CB. 05 F. 
Oary, Captain L.F. B., Rifle Brigade. 
Flower, Captain S., 86 F. 

Passed out in December 1869. 
Knight, Bt.Lt.Col. W. H., h.p. 48 F., A. A. & Q. M. Gen. 

Dover. 
Boughey, Captain J., 62 F. 
Quill, Bt.Lt.Col. A. S.,h.p. R. Can. Rifles, Assist. Mil. Sec. 

Nova Scotia. 
Wilson, Captain F., Rifle Brigade. 
Story, Captain P. C, 40 F. 
Walsh, Captain C. H., 44 F. 
Cooke, Captain W. S., 22 F. 
Tulloch, Bt.Major A. B. 69 F. 
Spalding, Bt. Major H., 104 F. 
VC Cameron, Bt.Lt.Col. A. S., 25 F. 
Frankland, Lt.Colonel C, 103 F. 
Blanckley, Lt.Col. H. C. N., Royal Marines. 
Beaumont, Captain D., Arrny Pay Department. 
Chapman, Bt.Lt.Colonel E. F., R. Art. 

Passed out in December 1870. 

King, Captain C.C., R. Mar. Art. 
Savile, Captain A. R., 18 F. 
Mitchell, Major H. L., R. Art. 
Maurice, Captain J. F., R. Art. 
Clery, Bt.Lt.Colonel C. F., h.p. 32 F. 
Harvey, Captain C. L., 71 F. 
Boileau, Captain C.H., 61 F. 
Sartorius, Captain E. H., 59 F. 
Roe, Captain E. M., 23 F. 
Little, Bt.Lt.Col. H. A., Bengals. Corps. 
Anstruther, Capt. R. H. L., Rifle Brigade. 
Gardner, Captain C. H., 12 F. 
Colvile, Captain C. F., 11 F. 

♦«♦ In the foregoing lists the names are placed in the 
Order of Merit in which the Officers passed the final 
Examination, as officially notified; but, the Order of 
Merit in which Officers have passed out of the Staff Col- 
lege having ceased to be disclosed, their names in the fol 
/owing lists are consequently given in the Order of Merit 
in which they passed into the Staff College. 

Passed out in December 1871. 
Huberts, Captain F., R. Artillery. 
Needham, Captain J. L., R. Mar. Art. 
Schwabe, Major G. S., 16 Lancers. 
Moffat, Captain H. B., 24 F. 
Jones, Captain H. T., 81 F. 
Brain, Captain D. L., 4 F. 
Nicolls, Lt.Colonel O. H. A., R. ArtiUery. 
Montague, Captain W. E., 94 F. 
Lascelles, Major W. R., Rifle Brieade. 
Cardew, Bt.Major F., 82 F. 
Dundus, Captain H. L., 15 F. 



Passed out in December 1872, 
Hart, Bt.Major A. FitzRoy, 31 F. 



54 F. 



Hammick, Captain St. V. A., 43 F. 
Gardnor, Bt.Major A. C, 14 Hussari 
deMontmorency, Capt. R. O. , 83 F. 
St. Clare, Captain T. S., 49 F. 
Uoylo, Major E. V., R. Art. 
Miliier, Captain F. H. W., R. Art. 
Cordon, lit,. Major R.W.T., 93 F. 
England, Bt.Lt.Colonel E. L., 13 F. 



Gosset, Bt.Lt.Colonel M. W. E. 

Bunbury, Captain C. H., 94 F. 

Hall, Captain B. G., R. Marine Art. 

Buxton, Captain J. W. F., 27 F. 

Brickenden, Captain R. H. L.,42 F. 

Graham, Captain F. W., 103 F. 

Dngdale, Captain A. G., R. Art. 

Hill, Captain R., 39 F. 

Dooner, Captain W. T., 108 F. 

Collen, Bt.Captain E. H. H., Bengal Staff Corps (passed 

into the College with the preceding Class). 
♦Duncan, Major A. W., R. Artillery: 

Passed out in December 1873. 

Clayton, Captain E., R. Art. 
Shaw, Major G. K., 68 F. 
Molyneux, Bt.Major W. C. F., 22 F. 
Dalrymple, Bt.Lt.Colonel W. L., 88 F. 
Walford, Captain N. L., R. Art. 
Gorham, Major G. A., R. Art. 
Morshead, Captain A. A., 24 F. 
M'Causland, Major M.F.H..R. Art. 
Bury, Captain J. T. , R. Art. 
Russell, Bt.Major F. S., 14 Hussars. 
Andrews, Captain J. W., n F. 
Brooke, Captain C. K., 15 F. 
Murray, Captain C. W., 61 F. 
Cooper, Captain H., 47 F. 
Duncan, Lt.Colonel J., 102 F. 
Poignand, Captain G., 59 F. 
Burnett, Bt.Major C. J., 15 F. 
♦Hutchinson, Major W. F. M., R. Art. 

Passed out in December 1874. 
Hare, Captain W. A. H., R. Eng. 
Ardagh, Bt.Major J. C, CB. R. Eng. 
Hawkins, Captain G. W., R. Art. 
Walker, Captain A. G., R. Art. 
Pratt, Captain S. C, R. Art. 
Creek, Captain E.S., 23 F. 
Delavoye, Captain A., 56 F. 
Hitchcock, Captain T. B., 53 F. 
Taylor, Capt G.L. Le M. , 16 F. 
Courtenay, Captain E. J., 35 F. 
Wood, Bt.Major Hon. H. J. L., 12 Lancers. 
Gatacre, Captain W. F., 77 F. 
Boulderson, Bt.Lt.Colonel F., 17 Lancers. 
Lugard, Captain E. J., 4 F. 
* Webber, Major C. E., R. Eng. 

Passed out in December 1875. 

Morris, Captain W. G., R. Eng. 

Browne, Captain J. H. G. 

Primrose, Lt.Colonel Hon. E., Gr. Gds. 

Dawes, Captain B. M., 100 F. 

Hall, Major W. B., R. Art. 

Yule, Captain W. A., 21 F. 

Kitchener, Captain H. E. C. 

James, Lieut. F. W., q F. 

Brownrigg, Cautain H. S., Rifle Brigade. 

Orr, Bt.Major S". E., 94 F. 

Noyes, Major G. A., R. Art. 

Kelly-Kenny, Major T., 2 F. 

Elias, Captain R., 59 F. 

Dyke, Captain F. H., 69 F. 

Curteis, Captain R. L. H., 16 F. 

Glen, Captain A., 10 F. 

Wardroper, Captain E., 107 F. 

Mallock, Captain T. J. R., 7 F. 

Eardley-Wilmot, Captain W. A., 5 F. 

♦Harrison, Colonel R., CB. R. Eng. 

♦Hamilton, Major A. C, R. Eng. 



Passed out in December 1876. 
Pilkington, Lieut. H., R. Eng. 
Grover, Major G. E., R. Eng. 
Brunker, Captain H. M. E., 26 F. 
Villiers, Lt.Colonel Hon. G. P. H., Gren. Gds. 
Lynch, Captain E. J., 3 F. 
Milner, Captain E. C, 18 F. 
M iii-ray, Captain K. D., 89 F. 
Lloyd, Capt. F. E., 25 F. 
Morgan, Major A. B., 9 F. 
Marshall, Captain L., 20 F. 
Currio, Captain A. D., 41 F. 
Du Vernct, Lieut. F. T., 56 F. 
Elliot, Captain Hon. W. F., 93 F. 
Clarke, Captain E. L., 103 F. 
Bengough, Bt.Lt.Colonel H. M., 77 F. 
Money, Captain E. C, 87 F. 
Fraser, Captain A. H., 33 F. 



46 F. 



List of Officers now serving, who 

Passed out in December 1877. 

Jones, Captain D. F., R. Art. 

Ford, Major H. I. E., R. Art. 

Smith, Captain W. W. M., R. Art. 

James, Captain W. H., R. Eng. 

Barker, Lieut. J. C. R. Eng. 

Hildyard, Captain H. J. T., 71 F. 

Ross of Bladensburg, Lieut. J. F. G., Coldstream Gds. 

Daniel, Captain W. H., 15 F. 

Jarvis, Captain R. E. C, 67 F. 

Essex, Captain E., 75 F. 

Woodgate, Bt.Major E. R. P., 4 F. 

Goldsmid, Capt. A. E. W., 104 F. 

Morison, Captain F. de L., 1 F. 

Carmichael, Captain, 5 Lancers. 

Hughes-Hallett, Captain, 57 Fool. 

Cochran, Bt.Major F., 37 F. 

Auld, Lieut. J., 5 F. 

Impey, Captain A. G., 107 F. 

Vulliamy, Captain C. W., 17 F. 

Hare, Captain R. C, 22 F. 

•Law, Captain Wm., R. Art. 



have passed through the Staff College 

Passed out in December 1878. 
Fox, Captain W. R., R. Artillery. 
JTlff Bell, Captain M. S., R. Engineers. 
Kane, Lieut. M. N. G., 72 F. 
Rawes, Captain W. W., R. Artillery. 
Gunter, Captain E., 59 F. 
Rothwell, Captain J. 8., R. Artillery. 
Wing, Lieut. H. T., 07 F. 
Watson, Captain H. J., n Hussars. 
Lloyd, Captain W. C., 20 Hussars. 
Everett, Captain W., 33 F. 
Luttman-Johnson, Captain F., 65 F. 
Reynolds, Captain H. C. , 106 F. 
Fergusson, Captain J. A. 
Miles, Captain H. S. G., 101 F. 
Carey, Captain J. B., 98 F. 
Morgan, Lieut, H. H., R. Marines. 
Stewart. Capt. H, 3 Dr. Gds. 
Paterson, Captain A. M., 16 F. 
Goodwyn, Captain J. E., 30 F. 
•Lloyd, Captain T. H., R. Artillery. 



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Passed the final Examination without having previously gone through the College Course. 



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STAFF. 



COMMANDING IN CHIEF. 

Field Marshal Sis Royal Highness GEORGE W. F. C. DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE, KG. KP. GCB. GCMG. GCSI. 

Colonel of the Grenadier Guards, &c, 15 July 5 6 - 

Private Secretary Lieutenant General Hon. James Wm. B. Maedonald, CB., 15 July 56. 

Military Secretary General Sir Alfred H. Horsford, GCB., 14 F. ' Oct. 74- 

. .. „.,. „ , . CMajor General Martin Dillon, CB. C.ST. 1 Oct. 78. [12 March 7 S 

Assistant Military Secretaries | Colonel Si'rC.H.Brownlow.JE'C.B. Bengal Staff Corps \For Indian affairs] 

I Colonel Charles Tyrwhitt, CB. Unatt. 15 July 50. 

Colonel R. Bateson, h.p. 1 Life Guards. 
Aide* de Camp - Colonel A. H. Stephens, h.p. Rifle Brigade. 

Colonel R. Hale, h.p. 7 Hussars. 
1 Colonel W. E. M. Reilly, CB. R. Art. [Extra). 

Adjutant General's Department. 

Adjutant General ■•• General Sir Charles H. Ellice, KCB. 49 F. 1 Nov. 76. 

Deputy Adjutant General Major General Robert B. Hawley, CB. 1 Oct. 78. 

Deputy Adjutant General for Auxiliary ) L ; eut enant General James Wells Armstrong, CB. 25 Nov. 76. 

Forces -> 

< p.s.c. Lt. Colonel W. K. Elles, CB. h.p. 38 F. 22 July 78. 
Assistant Adjutant Generals j Colonel A. L. Annesley, h.p. 11 Hussars, 1 Nov. 78. 

Ipse. Major W. R. Lascelles, Rifle Brigade, ?i Jan. 78. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generah p.s.c Captain R. L. H. Cartels. 16 F. 9 Dec 78. 

y 3 [p.s.c. Captain L. A. Gregson, 70 i . 25 Mar. 79. 



Inspector General of Recruiting 



Lieut.General E. A. Whitmore, CB. 29 Nov. 76. 



Royal Artillery. 

Deputy Adjutant General Major General R. P. Radcliffe, 1 May 75. 

Assistant Adjutant General Colonel T. E. Hughes, 16 Oct. 78. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Bt.Lt. Colonel H. L. Geary, 1 Apr. 79. 

Rotal Engineers. 

Deputy A Ijutant General Colonel John Marshall Grant, 1 Jan. 76. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Major Edward Micklem, 1 Oct. 79- 

Quahter Master General's Department. 

Quarter Master General General Sir Daniel Lysons, KCB. 45 F. 1 April 76. 

Assistant Quarter Master General Colonel Ales. J. H. Elliot, CB. h.p. Unatt. 1 July 75. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master Genera! Bt.Major G. A. Furse, 42 F. 19 Mar. 79. 

Deputy Qr.Muster General, Intelligence Branch Major General Sir Archibald Alison, Bt. KCB. 1 May 78. 
Assist. Qr. Mr. General, Intelligence Branch... p.s.c. Colonel C. J. East, h.p. 57 F. 21 Nov. 79- 

(p.s.c. Captain L. M. Carmicbael, 5 Lancers, 21 Dec. 78. 
„,,..„ , \ p.s.c. Bt.Major R. J. Maxwell, 96 F. 13 March 79. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Masters General, J p g c MajorFiancis C. 11. Clarke, Royal Artillery, 9 April 72. 

Intelligence Branch \p.s.c Bt.Major J. C. Ardagh, CB. Royal Engineers, 13 July 76. 

j>.*.c. Major G. E. Grover, Royal Engineers, 13 Oct. 77. 
\p.s.c. Captain H. C. Reynolds, 106 F. 13 Aug. 79. 

Director General of Military Education Lieut.General C. F. Beauchamp Walker, OS. 19 Jan. 78. 

A*,i,tant Director of Military Education p.s.c. Colonel G. D. Barker, 64 F. 6 Dec. 76. 

Inspector General op Royal Artillery... Lieut.General Arthur Thomas Phillpotts, 1 April 77. 
Aide de Camp Captain F. B. Knox. 

("Colonel Hon. C. W. Thesiger, h.p. 6 Dragoons, 3 April 78. 1st Cavalry 
Imperii;,, Officers of Yeomanry Cavalry in) District— Head Quarters, York. 

Great Britain \ Colonel Henry Clement Wilkinson, 13 Oct. 77. 2nd Cavalry District— 

V. Head Quarters, Aldershot. 



STAFF. 116 

1. NORTHERN DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Torh 

Majob General Commanding Major General G. H. S. Willis, CB. i April 78. 

AidedeCamp Captain T. a B. Sargent, 78 F 1 April 78. 

Colonel on the Staff Colonel G. T. Field, R. Art. 11 Oct. 77. 

Assistant Adjutant S- Quart. MastcrG, , ' /'• T T , i '; 1 ,"» ll ;, hl '' 28 , F ' IO ?£• 7< \ r 

■ ^ Bobert Rollo Gulespie, h.p. 106 F. 14 Nov. 77. 

Deputy Assist. A, lj..\- Quart r Master General Captain E. C. Money, 87 F. 8 March 78. 

Brigade Major, Royal Artillery.. t > ., . Captain A. G. Dugdale, nMay 79. 

Garrison Instructor r .,.c. Bt. Major F. Cochran, 37 F. 20 Nov. 78. 



2. EASTERN DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Colchester. 

Major General Commanding Major General Wm. Pollexl'en Radcliffe, CB. 1 Oct. 78. 

AidedeCamp Lieut. C. A. Mott, 2 F. 25 April 79. 

Assistant Adjutant ^Quarter Matter General Colonel H. A. Welman, h.p. Depot Batt. 1 Oct. 75. 

Brigade Major p.t Captai) I II. 1 rardnei, 12 F. 1 April 79. 

Garrison Instructor p.t.e. Captain 1'. H. Dyke, 69 I)'. 12 March 77. 



3. WESTERN DISTRICT. — Head Quarters, Devon 

Majob General Commanding Lieut. Genen i Hon. Leicester Smyth, CB. 2 April 77. 

AidedeCamp Captain Bon. C. D. Home, Rifle Bi April 77. 

r„/„„„/* „„ u.» <n.,ir ' ' ■ ■ 1 • ■ t , l- 1 li. P. Newton, K. Art. 22 Feb. 76. 

Coloneh on the Staff. [ColonelW. Porter, R.Eng. 16 Oct. 77. 

Atsittant Adjutant .1 i'nn-1,, Ma lonel i ■'. I'. Samilton, CB. h.p. 4 F. 1 July 75. 

Deputy AnHi.it. Adj. tr Quarter Matter Gen p.s.c. Captain A. Glen, 10 F. 24 June 77. 

Brigade Major, Royal Artillery Captain H. W. Isacke, 1 July 77. 

Garrison Instructor p.s.c. Captain F. YT. Graham, 103 F. 11 Sept. 74. 



4. SOUTHERN DISTRICT. — Head Quarters, Portsmouth. 

Lieutenant General Commanding General Prince Edward of Baxe Weimar, CB. 10F. 1 Oct. 78 

^U«J,r™r. ! Captain Lord Albert C. Scvmour, Scots Guards, 1 Oct. 78. 

Aidesdecamp (.Captain Son. C I Mi. Byng, 1 Life Guards, 29 Oct. 78. 

AM.iA.av [gS ;;;;:»- 

Attittant Adjutant Quarter M ^h 7 8. 

1 ' j ?•* ,, 1 aiioch, ( ■. K 1 Sopt. 77. 

Deputy Assistant Adjui ietry Captain A. M. Creagh, 42 F. 1 Jan. So. 

Brigade Major, Royal Artillery Captain A. Warty, 1 .1 

Garrison Instructor J. R. Mallock, 7 F. 20 July 78. 

5. CHATHAM DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Chatham. 
Majob General Commanding U or General B G. Bulwer, CB to March 79. 

Aide de Camp 

Colonel on the Stuff ... . 

Brigade Major . B Hitchcock, 53 F. 9 Jan. 77. 



6. SOUTH EASTERN DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Dover. 

Major Gk.vkkai. Com'um. 1.0 ;: issell, CB. 1 April 77. 

AidedeCamp Lieut. A. G I. ade, 1 Jan. 78. 

Colonels on the Staff Sjffl^ 

AsMant Adjutant** Aug . ?8 . 

Brigade Ma/ar . p.».C. Capl a 1 11 C. K 1 1 •■ Oct. 74, 

Brigade Major, E ' I Captain W. H. M . Duthie, 1 Api 

r> _»•„„„ r„.<». »„„., ( p.... . Captain E. M. Boe, 13 F. ti Sep) 73. Shomcliffe. 

Garrison Instructors ther, Rifle Br. 16 June 77. 

7. HOME DISTRICT. — Head Quarters, Horse Guards. 

Majob Genrral Commanding Major General G. W. A. Higginson, ( B 1 Aug. 79. 

Aide de Cam /- . .ui Guards, 1 Aug. 79. 

(■ . 1 1 1 olonel 11. B. H. Blundell, Gren. Gas. 1 Apr. 76. 
Colonel J. Peel, h.p.Depot Batt. I May 70. For Recruiting Duties, 
London. 
Brigade Major ... Captain F. L. Campbell, Scots Gda i Jan. 79. 
Garrison Instructor p.s.c. Captai n K. J. Lynch, 3 F. 1 July 77. 

8. WOOLWICH DISTRICT. 

Major General Commanding ' B. R. Art. 1 Apr. 79. 

AidedeCamp. Captain F. E B ' 1 \n. lApr. 79. 

a ■ t a i- 1 , t ^ . -ir - r. , ()'■»' Lt.Colonel E. Markham, B. Art. > Feb. 76. 

Assist. Adjutani iU j ',_, Colone] A H KinR< R- Ar , ,. K ,. h -,=,.' 



9. ALDERSHOT DISTRICT. 

Commanding the Division M Sti 11 ■ 1 ■ - . A 'A I! .61 F. 14 April 75. 

j.-».. 7* r>..„„ " A Maclean, 1 Di 

AtdudeCamp I Captain J. T. I M M 1,,,, •., F. .3 Jan. 79. 

....,,...,_ . ,, . „ , ( Colonel Hun. K. G. Cuiv.on, h.p. =;.' F. 1 Jan. 78. 

•*""'<»»' Ml'L'int J' Q, J, ,.,, u - ,, ,,; S( , VI1 ' lollr> Coldst . Gd8 . , July 7S . 

Ditto tckile liix, Gildea, 21 F. 7 July 7''. 

fp.».e. Captain E. .1. Lugard, 4 '*'• " Apr. 77. 
Deputy Assist. Adjutant $■ Quart. Master G> tptain W. F. Gatacre, 77 F. to March 79. 

v 

Ditto (for Musketry) Captain W. Bennett, 19 F. 1 March 78. 

Ditto while Assistant Ins/net,,,- of Gymnast 1 Captain F. A. Gore, 84 F. 15 April 78. 

Ditto while Inspector oj' Army Signalling Major F. A. Le M M.. ■■ al Engineers, 15 May 75. 

Camp Quarter Master George M irpliy, 1 ; July -;'<. 

Fire Master Quarter Master George Douglas, 1 Dec. 65. 

Provost Marshal T. Trout, 13 Dec. 61. 

Commanding Rotai. Artillicky (Col. on staff, Colonel W. E. M. Beilly, CB. 27 Oct. 79. 

Brigade Major of Artillery p.s.c. Captain H. Knollys, 1 May 77. 

Commanding Royal Engineer (Col. on Stuff) ... Colonel F. M. H Somerset. 
Superintending Officer of Garrison Instruction ... Lt.Colonel Charles Booth Brackenbury, Royal Artillery, 1 April 76. 

„ T . (p.s.c. Bt. Major W. Shaw, 102 F. 21 Jan. 73. 

Garrison Instructors _ }£ s c Bt.Major S. E. Orr, 94 F. 26 Oct. 76. 



1 1 7 Staff. 

CAVALRY BRIGADE. 
Commanding Brigadb and Inspector Gene-) Ma ; or General Sir F. W. J. FitzWygram, Bt. i Apr. 79. 

BAL OF CAVALBY IB GBEAT BRITAIN ) J 

Aide de Camp _ . ., 

Brigade Major Captain R. T. Ma illard, 16 Lancers , i 3 ^ April 77. 

1st INFANTRY BRIGADE. 

Commanding Brigade Major General T. H. Pakenham. 8 Feb. 78. 

Aide de Camp Captain H. G. Worsley, 25 F. 8 Feb. 78. 

BrigadeMajor y.n.c. Captain B. C. Hare, 22 F. 22 July 78. 



2nd INFANTRY BRIGADE. 

Commanding Bbigade <-' ■ Major General W. G. Cameron, CB 1 Oct. 78. 

Aide de Camp Captain E. Z. Thornton, 4 F. 1 Oct. 78. 

BrigadeMajor p.s. c. Captain W. T. Dooner, 108 F. 4 Dec. 78. 

3rdTlNFANTRY BRIGADE. 

Commanding Bbigadb Major General F. Peyton, 1 Oct. 77. 

Aide de Camp Captain E. T. B. Sparks, 98 F. 7 Feb. 78. 

Brigade Major Captain "W. B. Burton, 26 F. 28 March 79. 

10. NORTH BRITISH DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Edinburgh. 

Majob Genebal Commanding Lieut. General Robert Bruce, 1 Oct. 78. 

Aide de Camp 

Assistant Adjutant ami Quarter Master General... c. Colonel St. G. M. Nugent, h.p. Unatt. 13 Oct. 77. 

Dep. Assist. Adjutant Gen. (for Musketry) F. M. Salmond, 21 F. 1 Jan. 80. 

Fort Major ... Bt.Lt.Colonel C. V. Pole, h.p. CM. Rifles, 1 July 78. 

Garrison Instructor ; p- s.c. Captain J. A. Fergusson, Rifle Brigade. 

11. JERSEY DISTRICT. 

Lieut. Governor & Colonel on the Staff Major General Lothian Nicholson, CB. 1 Oct. 78. 

Fort Major 6r Adjutant Bt.Lt.Colonel H. G. E. So merset, h. p. 3 F. 5 May 77. 

12. GUERNSEY AND ALDERNEY DISTRICT. 

Lieut. Govebnob & Colonel on Staff Colonel A. A. Nelson, CB. (local rank of Major Gen.) 1 May 79. 

Fort Major VC Bt.Lt.Colonel H. E. Jerome, h.p. 62 F. 15 May 79. 

IRELAND. 

Commanding the Forces c. General Bt. Son. Sir John Michel, GCB. 86 F. iAug. 75. 

Assistant Military Secretary Lt. Colonel Son. E. E. T. Boscawen, Coldst. Guards, 4 March 78 

am., j. /->„„,., ( Captain F. A. Graves- Sawle, Coldst. Gds. S April 76. 

Aides de Camp 1 Captain F. M. Wardrop, 3 Dr. Gds. 18 Jan. 79. 

Commanding Royal Engineer {Col. on Staff) ... Colonel H. "Wray, CMG. 21 June 79." 

Deputy Adjutant General , Colonel George Byng Harman, h.p. Brigade Depot, 1 Jan. 78. 

Deputy Quarter Master General Colonel T. C. Lyons, CB. h.p. Br. Depot, 13 Oct. 77. 

Asnstant Adjutant* Quarter Master Generals {^S^Sf^S^^S^ x FeD. 7 8. 

^ty Assist. Adj. andQuarter Master Generals{^-^^ 

Deputy Assist. Adjutant General (for Musketry) Captain G. A. Agnew, 30 F. 1 May 78. 

Brigade Major Captain H. J. W. Gehle, R. Eng. 75 Dec. 77. 

Deputy Judge Advocate p.s.c Bt.Lt.Colonel H. A. Brett, 43 F. 

I p.s.c. Captain J. H. G. Browne, R. Art. Curragh. 

Garrison Instructors - p.s.c. Captain J. W. F. Buxton, 27 F. 1 Aug. 78. Dublin. 

(p.s.c. Captain S. Flower, 86 F. 17 May 79. Fermoy. 
ATDES DE CAMP TO HIS EXCELLENCY THE LORD LIEUTENANT OF IRELAND. 



Bt.Major G. S. Byng, h.p. Rifle Brigade. 

Lieut. J. C. M. Beresford, R. Eng. 

Captain W. D. S. Campbell, 79 F. 

Captain J.M. McCalmont, Denbighshire Yeomanry. 

Major R. J. P. Saunders, Mid Ulster Art.Militia {extra). 

Captain H. Paget, 7 Hussars (extra). 



( 'aptain D. G. A. King, 69 F. (extra). 

Lieut. G. M. Lord Bennet, Rifle Brigade {extra). 

Lieut. G. A. H. Howard, 23 F. {extra). 

Lieut. K. Borrowes, n Hussars (extra). 

2nd Lieut. Lord W. B. Nevill, W. Kent Mil. (extra) 



DUBLIN DISTRICT. 

Commanding Dublin District Major General J. R. Glyn, CB. 1 April 78. 

Aide de Camp Captain R. F. Mevsev-Thompson, Rifle Brigade, 1 Apr. 

Colonel on the Staff. Colonel G. Colclough, R, Art. 1 May 77. Bortobello. 

Assist. Adjutant and Quarter Master Generals... $ E? 1 ?? 6 ^" S -X on £ g J ! n -Pv, 8c L P ' " A S* 75 <a 

(. Bt.Lt. Colonel E. D. Smith, h.p. 95 F. 30 May 77. 
Deputy Assist. Ad,, and Quarto- Master General p.s.c. Captain E. S. Creek, 23 F. 24 April 76. 

Brigade Major, Boy al Artillery Captain W. S. Langley, 16 Sept. 79. 

CURRAGH BRIGADE. 
Commanding Cubbagh Brigade and In-) ... _ , „ „ „ ^„ „ 

bpector General of Cavalry in Ireland ... j Major General W. H. Seymour, CB. 1 Oct. 74. 

Aide de Camp Captain R. St. L. Moore, 5 Lancers, 27 July 78. 

Brigade Majors f Captain Son. H. G. L. Crichton, 21 Hussars, 7 June 78. 

Camp Quarter Master James Sim, 11 July 77. 

BELFAST DISTRICT. 
Commanding Bblfast District . ... i Y ^ £•»•«• Brigadier General Sir H. E. Wood, KCB. h.p. 90 T. 

... , n <■ 15 Dec. 79. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. A. J. Bigge. R. Artillery. 

Brigade Major p . s .c. Captain A. E. W. Goldsmid, 104 F. 1 Apr. 79. 

CORK DISTRICT. 

Commanding Cork District Lieut.General H. Hamilton, CB. 1 April 77. 

Axdede Camp X, ieut . j H.Ewart, 78 F. 4 April 77. 

Colonel on the Staff Colonel J. Godby, R. Art. 1 Apr. 79. 

Assistant '.Adjutant General Bt.Lt.Colonel W. T. Goldsworthy, h.p. 91 F. 1 July 75. 

Deputy Assist. Adj. <f Quarter Master General... p.s.c. Captain E. Wardroper, 107 F. 26 Jan. 70. 

Ditto (for Musketry) Captain T. F. Pardoe, 22 F. 1 Oct. 77. 

BrigadeMajor, Royal Artillery Captain J. W. Bernard, 1 July 77. 



n7a 



MOBILIZATION OF THE FORCES AT HOME, 



N.B.— The Quarters of the troops determine their place 
quarters change their place for mobilization accordingly. 



the Field or Garrison Army ; troops changing 



FIELD ARMY. 



1st ARMY CORPS.— Head Quarters, Colcheste 



-General Comman< 
Aides dt 
Deputy < • enerah (Two) . 

Auittani • Matter O-enerala (TvoJ. 

Depul ttant and Quarter Master Generals (Two). 

Briga Boyal Artillery. 

i/./, r, Hoyal Artillery. 
Colonel • 

Aide dt I 
Brigade Major, Royal Engineers. 
Commandant «t He i<2 ',' 
Provost Marshal. 
Commissary (ieittral. 

/■ ■ ificer. 

Surgeon, 
lain. 



1st DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Colchester. 

Hiding. 
{Two). 
I I ' J laterals (Tiro). 

Deputy : - General. 

/.' H III i-ij. 

Ill ry. 
Lieut, \ineer*. 

I ) ml, 'Royal Engineers. 
I 

ucal Officer. 
Chapl 



1st BRIGADE.— Colchester. 
Staff. — Major General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Commissi! ry . 
Battalions. Quartered at 

istBn. 2nd Foot Colchester. 

ist Bn. 10th „ di). 

* do. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Colchester. 
STAFF. — Major General Commanding. 

Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 

Commissary. 
Battalions. Quartered at 

28th Foot Fermoy, 

istBu. 9th ,, Kinsale. 

* Buttevant. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS. 


—Colchester. 


2nd Bn. 12th Foot 


Qui BXBBBS AT 

I'cirtsmouth. 


Buckinghamshire Yeomanry 


Buckingham. 


F Bat. 1st Brig. Royal Artillery 


Ipswich. 


G ,, 5th Brig. do. 


Woolwich. 


1st Comp. Royal Engineers 


Shorncliffe. 



Infantry Ammunition iteserve. 



Wanting. 



lljl 



Mobilization. 
2nd DIVISION. 



-Head Quarters, Chelmsford. 



-Lieutenant General Commanding. 
Aide* tie Camp (Two). 
Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General* (Two). 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General. 
Lieutenant Colonel. Royal Artillery. 

Adjutant, Royal Artillery. 
Lieutenant Colonel. Royal Engineers. 

Adjutant, Royal Engineers. 
Assistant Commissary General. 
Principal Medical Officer. 
Chaplain. 



1st BRIGADE.— Chelmsford. 
SllFF.— Major General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Commissary. 
Battalions. Quartered at 

47th Foot The Curragh. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS. 



-Chelmsford. 

Quartered at 
Woolwich. 



ist Bn. 15th 



Tipperary. 
Kilkenny. 



2nd BRIGADE — Warley. 
-Major General Comma ! ;. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 



Co mi), 



uaty. 



Quartered at 



3rd Foot Shorncliffe. 

|9th „ D 0V er. 

55th „ Shomcliffp. 



ist Bn. 23rd Foot 

Herts Yeomanry St. Albans. 

I Bat. 4th Brig. Royal Artillery Newcastle. 

N ,, do. do. Woolwich. 

M „ do. do. Newcastle. 

20th Comp. Royal Engineers Chatham. 

* Infantry Ammunition Reserve. * 



3rd DIVISION. —Head Quarters, Gravesend. 

Staff.— Lieutenant General Commanding. 
Aides de Camp (Two). 
Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master Generals (Two). 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General. 
Lieutenant Colonel, Royal Artillery. 

Adjutant, Royal Artillery. 
Lieutenant Colonel. Royal Engineers. 

Adjutant, Royal Engineers. 
Assistant Commissary General. 
Principal Medical Officer. 
Chaplain. 



1st BRIGADE.— Gravesend 
Stapf. — Major General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Commissary. 
Battalions. 

104th Foot 

77th „ 

105th , 



Quartered at 
Belfast. 
Dublin. 
Newry. 



2nd brigade- 
Staff. — Major General Comma 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Commissary. 
Battalions. 

andBn. 5th Foot 

86th „ 

31st „ 



-Chatham. 
■ding. 



Quartered at 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS. -Gravesend. 

Quartered at 
87thFoot Limerick. 



West Kent Yeomanry 

* Bat. * Brig. Royal Artillery 



j 22nd Comp. Royal Engineers Woolwich. 

* Infantry Ammunition Reserve. * 



CAVALRY BRIGADE.— Maldon. 

Staff. — Major General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Commissary. 
,.,. Tr_«., , D Quartered at I Quartered at 

jmnusoars Colchester. Suffolk Yeomanry Bury St. Edmunds. 

*l h » Shorncliffe. 

Norwich, I F Bat. C Brig. Royal Horse Artillery ... Canterbury. 



ARMY CORPS ARTILLERY.— Colchester. 
Bun.— Colonel Commanding. 

Adjutant. 

".Bat. 'Brig. Royal Horse Artillery ... °Woo™?ch AT 

T: " P » ^o. ..: d( , 

H „ A ,, do. rln 

6 ,. 1st Brig. Boyd Artillery do. 

" \™,r J°; Sheffield. 

• Army Corpo Ammunition Reserve. • 



ARMY CORPS ENGINEERS.— Colchester. 

Staff. — Colonel Commanding. 
Adjutant. 

Quartered at 
A Troop Royal Engin p eerTrain| Aldershot 



I C Troop 



do. 



(Telegraph) . 



do. 



23rd Comp. Roya^E^inee^l chatham _ 



Mobilization. 



117c 



2nd ARMY CORPS.— Head Quarters, Aldersliot. 

Staff.— As for 1st Army Corps. 



1st B] 

Staff.- 
Battalions. 

45th Foot . 

41st Foot . 
!udBn.l9th ,, .... 


IIGADE. 

—As in is, 


— Aldershot. 

( Army Corps. 

0. 


CARTEBED 

Aldershot. 
do. 
do. 


AT 















1st DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Aldershot, 

rr. — As in 1st Army Corps. 

DIVISIONAL TROOPS.— Aldershot. 

QUABTEBED AT 

2ndBn. 18th Foot Aldershot. 

Berks Yeomanry Hungerford. 



2nd BRIGADE.— Aldershot. 
Staff. — As in 1st Army Corps. 

5ATTALIONS. QUABTEBED AT 

75th Foot Aldershot. 

109th „ do. 

96th „ do. 



KBdt. 3rd Brig. Royal Artillery. 
H ,, 4th „ do. 

M ,, 2nd „ do. 



Woolwich. 

Aldershot. 

do. 



17th Comp. Royal Engineers do. 

• Infantry Ammunition Reserve. * 



2nd DIVISION. —Head Quarters, Guildford. 



Staff.— As in 
1st BRIGADE.— Guildford. 

Staff. — As in ut Army I 
Battalions. Quabtbbeo at 
1st Bn. Rifle Brigade Udershot. 

26th Foot do. 

53rd „ do. 

2nd BRIGADE.-Guildford. 

Staff. — At in 1st Army ( 'orpt. 

Battalions. h.red at 

108'h Foot Portsmouth. 

32nd „ Jersey. 

* Parkhun-t. 



st Army Corps-. 

DIVISIONAL TROOPS. -Guildford. 

Quartered at 
52nd Foot Aldershot. 

Oxfordshire Yeomanry Woodstock. 

L Bat. 2nd Brig. Royal Artillery Aldershot. 

E ,, 1st „ do. do. 

K ,, 4th „ do. do. 

» Comp. Royal Engineers do. 

• Infantry Ammunition Reserve. 



3rd DIVISION. -Head Quarters, Dorking. 

Staff.- i ' 'orpt. 



1st BRIGADE. — Dorking. 
Staff.— As in 1st Arms • 
Battalions. Qi w!tebed at 

Ayr and Wigtown Militia Ayr. 

Renfrew do Paialey. 

Perth do Perth. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Dorki D g. 

Staff.— As in 1st Army Corps. 

Battalions. Quabtbbed at 

Galway Militia Longhrea. 

North Cork do Mallow. 

South Cork do B 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS.— Dorking. 

QUABTEBED AT 

Armagh Militia Armagh. 

. 1, lomanry ■•• Uxbridge. 

E Bat. 5th Brig. Royal Artillery Bristol. 

F ,, 5th ,, do Trowbridge. 

I, ,, 3rd „ do Woolwich. 

* Comp. Royal Engineers * 

• Infantry Ammunition Reserve. * 



CAVALRY BRIGADE— Lewes. 

Staff.— As in 1st Army Corps. 



11th Hussars 

5th Dragoon Guards 
16th Lancers 



Quartered at 
Alilershot. 

do. 
Brighton. 



Quartered at 
V.omanry Winchester. 



ARMY CORPS ARTILLERY.— Aldershot. 
Staff. — As in istArmi < 

Quartered at 
C Bat. A Brig. Royal Horse Artillery ... Aldershot. 

q C ,, do. Christehureh. 

D 'J do. do. Dorchester. 

A ,',' 1st Brig. Royal Artillery Devonport. 

A „ 6th „ do. Woolwich. 

* Army Corps Ammunition Reserve. * 

• Wanting 



A Bat. A Brig. Royal Horse Artillery 
ARMY 



CORPS ENGINEERS.— Aldersliot. 
Staff— As in 1st Army Corps 



Quartered at 



* Troop Royal Engineer Train ) . 
(Rontoous) f 

* Troop do. ) * 
(Telegraph) J 

15th Comp. Royal Engineers and) Kensington. 

Field Park J 



i7d 



QUARTERED AT 

The Tower. 
Chelsea. 



1st BRIGADE.— London. 

Staff.— As in ist Army Corp 
Battalions. 

2nd Bn. Coldstream Guards 

2nd Bn. Scots Guards 

istBn. Grenadier Guards ^ Banal Sb. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Croydon. 

Staff.— As in ist Army Corps. 
Battalions. Quabtbeed at 

istBn. Scots Guards j Barracks. 

ist Bn. Coldstream Guards Shomcliffe. 

3rd Bn. Grenadier Guards Chelsea. 



Mobilization. 
3rd ARMY CORPS.— Mead Quarters, Croydon. 

Staff.— As for 1st Army Corps. 

1st DIVISION.— Head Qua/Hers, Croydon. 
Staff.— As in ist Army Corps. 

DIVISIONAL TROOPS.— Croydon. 



QUAETEEED A1 

1st Bn. 60th Foot Winchester. 

Yeomanry Lichfield. 



C Bat. 5th Brig. Royal Artillery 
D „ do. do. 

B „ 6th Brig. do. 



Ipswich. 
Chatham. 
Woolwich. 



9th Comp. Royal Engineers 

* Infantry Ammunition Reserve 



2nd DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Red Hill. 
Staff. — As in ist Army Corps. 



Battalions, 



1st BRIGADE.-Red Hill. 
Staff.— As in 1st Army Corps. 

Quaeteeed at 



Kilkenny Militia Kilkenny. 

King's County Militia Parsonstown. 

Limerick County Militia Limerick. 

2nd BRIGADE.-Red HOI. 
Staff.— As in 1st Army Corf 



B/ttalions. 
1st Surrey Militia 
2nd do. 

3rd do. 



Quabteeed at 
Richmond. 
Guildford. 
Kingston. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS.— Red Hill. 

Quartered at 
Tyrone Militia Omagh. 

Warwickshire Yeomanry Warwick. 



I Bat. 3rd Brig. Royal Artillery 
L „ 4th „ do. 

C „ 6th Brig. do. 



do. 

Woolwich. 



Comp. Royal Engineers 

* Infantry Ammunition Reserve. 



1st BRIGADE. ^Tunbridge Wells. 

Staff.— As in ist Army Corps. 

Battalions. Quaeteeed at 

West Kent Militia Maidstone. 

4th Middlesex Militia Hounslow. 

London Militia London. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Maidstone. 

Staff. — As in 1st Army Corps. 
Battalions. Quaeteeed at 

East Middlesex Militia Hounslow. 

2nd do. Barnet. 

3rd do. Turnham Green. 



3rd DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Tunbridge Wells. 
Staff.— As in ist Army Corps. 

DIVISIONAL TROOPS.— Tunhridge Wells. 



Quartered at 

Sussex Militia Chichester. 

Leicestershire Yeomanry Leicester. 

B Bat. 1st Brig. Royal Artillery Shornclifife. 

* do. * 

C „ 1st Brig. do. Shornclifle. 

* Comp. Royal Engineers * 

* Infantry . 



innitinn Reserve. 



CAVALRY BRIGADE.— Ashford. 

Staff.— As in 1st Army Corps. 

Quartered at 

let Life Guards London. j East Kent Yeomanry 

2nd do. Windsor. 

Royal Horse Guards London. I K Bat. B Brig. Royal Horse Artillery. 



Quartered at 
.. Canterbury. 



ARMY CORPS ARTILLERY.— Croydon. 

Staff. — As in 1st Army Corps. 

Quartered at 
K Bat. A Iirig. Royal Horse Artillery ... Exeter. 

F „ B ,, do. do 

* „ * Brig. do. * 



Wanting. 



Mobilization. 



\i7e 



4th ARMY CORPS.— Head Quarters, Dublin. 

Staff. — As for ist Army Corps. 



1st BRIGADE.— Dublin. 

Staff. — As in ist Army Corps. 
Battalions. Quabtebed at 

3rdBn. RifleBrigade Dublin. 

ist Bn. 22nd Foot do 

82nd „ do. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Belfast. 

Staff.— As in ist Army Corp). 

Battalions. Quartered at 

Edinburgh Militia Dalkeith. 

1st Lanark do Hamilton. 

2nd do. do Lanark. 



1st DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Dublin. 
Staff.— As in ist Army Corps. 

DIVISIONAL TROOPS.-Dublin. 



Quartered at 
Highland Light Infantry Militia Inverness. 

3rd Dragoon Guards Dublin. 

O Bat. 3rd Brig. Royal Artillery Curragh. 

* ,. * do. do. * 

* „ * do. do. * 

19th Comp. Royal Engineers Southampton. 

* Infantry Ammunition Reserve. * 



1st BRIGADE.— The Curragh. 

Staff. — As in ist Army Corps. 

Battaliows. Quabtbbbd at 

38thFoot The Curragh. 

95th ,, do. 

ist Bn. 16th jf ••• , ... Athlone. 

2nd iV iOADE.— Tht "\ urr *«h. 

Staff. — At in ist Army ( V/f . 

Battalions. Qo\ tt " r * J <SD at 

1st West York Militia Font^^t. 

2nd do. York. 

3rd do. Doncaster. 



2nd DIVISION.— Head Quarters, The Curragh 
Staff.— As in ist Army i 

DIVISIONAL TROOPS 



The Curragh. 

QCARTEBBD AT 

4th West York Militia Leeds. 

2nd Dragoon Guards Dublin. 



P Bat. 3rd Brig. Royal Artillery The Curragh. 

K ,, 2nd „ do. Kilkenny. 

I ,, do. do. Athlone. 

6th Comp. Royal Engineers The I 

* Infantry Ammunition Reserve. * 



3rd DIVISION. — Hi , Cork. 



Staff.— As in ist Army Corps. 



1st BRIGADE.-Cork. 

Staff. — As in ist Army Corps. 
Battalions. Qcartebed at 

1st Somerset Militia Taunton. 

2nd do. i 

Hereford Militia Hereford. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Limerick. 

Staff. — .4* in ist Army Corp*. 
Battalions. i red at 

1st Warwick Militia Warwicl , 

2nd do. do Leamington. 

Glamorgan do I 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS.-Cork. 

Quartered 

i. 7th Foot Cork. 



19th Hussars. 



Ballincollig. 



X Bat. 3rd Brig. Royal Artillery Clonmcl. 

M „ do. do. Limerick. 

H „ 2nd Brig. do. Fermoy. 

18th Comp . Royal Engineers Cork. 

* Infantry Ammunition Reserve. * 



2nd Dragoons 
7th Hussars 
20th „ 



CAVALRY BRIGADE.— The Curragh. 
Staff.— As in ist Army Corps. 

QUABTEBEII A.1 

I Bat. B Brig. Royal Horse Artillery ... Ballincollig. 



Quartered at 
Dundalk. 
Cahir. 
Newbridge. 



ARMY CORPS ARTILLERY.— Dublin. 
Staff.— As in ist Army Corps. 

QUABTEBED AT 

H Bat. B Brig. Royal Horse Artillery... Newbridge. 
B A „ do. ... Dublin. 

G „ B „ do. ... do. 

* Army Corps Ammunition Reserve. * 

* Wanting. 



H7/ 



Mchihmfcon. 



5 th ARMY CORPS. — Head Quarters, Salisbury, 

Staff.— As for ist Army Corps. 



1st DIVISION. — Head Quarters, Salisbury. 
Staff.— As in ist Army Corps. 



1st BRIGADE.— Salisbury. 
Staff. — As in ist Army Corps. 



BATTALIONS. 

ist Bn. 8tb. Foot 
2nd Bn. 25th Foot 



QUABTEBED AT 

Warley. 
Plymouth. 
Goaport Forts. 



2nd BRIGADE.— Salisbury. 
Staff.— As in ist Army Corps. 
Battalions. Quartered at 

Queen's Own Tower Hamlets Militia ... London. 
King's Own Tower Hamlets do. ... Dalston. 
Wexford do. ... Wexford. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS.— Salisbury. 

Quartbbed at 
t Devonport. 



North Devon Yeomanry 
* Bat, 



Barnstaple. 



Brig. Royal Artillery Newport. 

do. do. 



Comp. Militia Engineers . 



2nd DIVISION. — Head Quarters, Warminster. 



Staff. — As in ist Army Corps. 



1st BRIGADE.— Warminster. 

Staff. — As in ist Army Corps. 
Battalions. Quabtebed at 

Monaghan Militia Monaghan. 

Louth do Dundalk. 

Longford do Longford. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Warminster. 

Staff.- As in ist Army Corps. 
Battalions. Quabtebed at 

Wilts Militia Devizes. 

Bucks do High Wycombe. 

Berks do Reading. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS.-^^oiinster, 

56th Foot ....... •• 

Nortn. Somerset Yeomanry Bath. 



Quabtebed at 
Portland. 



Brig. Royal Artillery . 
do. do. 



* Comp. Militia Engineers 



3rd DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Gloucester. 



Staff.— As in 

1st BRIGADE.— Gloucester. 

Staff. — As in ist Army Corps. 
Battalions. Quabtebed at 

South Gloucester Militia Bristol. 

Oxford Militia Oxford. 

North Gloucester Militia Cirencester. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Gloucester. 

Staff. — As in ist Army Corps. 
Battalions. Quabtebed at 

Shropshire Militia Shrewsbury. 

Worcester do Worcester. 



ist Army Corps. 

DIVISIONAL TROOPS. 



37th Foot 

Gloucester Yeomanry 

Shropshire do. 

* Bat. * Brig. Royal Artillery 

* ,, * do. do. 

* Comp. Militia Engineers 



Quabtebed at 
Pembroke. 



Badminton. 
Shrewsbury-. 



1st Dragoons 

5th Lancers 

7th Dragoon Guards 



CAVALRY BRIGADE.— Yeovil. 

Staff.— As in ist Army Corps. 

QtTABTEBBD AT • QUABTEBBD AT 

Manchester. j Wiltshire Yeomanry Marlborough. 

Woolwich. ) Dorset Yeomanry Dorchester. 

Aldershot. i West Somerset Yeomanry Taunton. 

\ * Bat. * Brig. Royal Horse Artillery .. . * 

* Wanting. 



Mobilization. 



117 a 



6th ARMY CORPS.— Head Quarters, Chester. 

Staff.— .4* for ist Ann y Corps. 

1st DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Chester. 

Staff.— As in at Army Corps. 



1st BRIGADE.— Chester. 

Staff. — As in ist Army Corps. 
Battalions. Quartered at 

Denbigh Militia Wrexham. 

1st Cheshire do Chester. 

Montgomery do Welchpool. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Chester. 

Staff — As in ist Army Corps. 

Battalions. Quartered at 

Clare Militia Funis. 

Flint do Mold. 

Carnarvon do Carnarvon. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS— Chester. 



Quartered at 
Bradford. 



Cheshire Yeomanry Chester. 



* Bat. * Brig. Royal Artillery 

* „ ' do. do. 



Comp. Militia Engineers 



2nd DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Liverpool. 
Staff.— As in ist Army Corps. 



1st BEIGADE.— Liverpool. 

Staff. — As in ist Army Corps. 

Battalions. Quartered at 

Dublin City Militia Dublin. 

2nd Lancashire do Liverpool. 

Roscommon do Boyle. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Liverpool. 

Staff. — As in ist Army Corps. 
Battalions. Quartbred at 

1st Stafford Militia Lichfield. 

2nd do. Stafford. 

3rd do. Newcastle-under-Lyne. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS.— Liverpool. 

Quartered at 
2nd Bn. 20th Foot Mullingar. 

Lancashire Hussars Ashton in Makerfield. 



Bat. * Brig, Royal Artillery 
,, * do. do. 



Comp. Militia Engineers., 



3rd DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Manchester. 

Staff. — As in ist Army < 



1st BRIGADE.- Mamh. Bter. 

Staff.— As in ist Army Corps. 
Battalions. Quartbred at 

1st Derby Militia Derby. 

2nd do. Chesterfield. 

2nd Cheshire do Macclesfield. 



2nd BRIGADE.— Preston. 
Staff. — As in ist Army Corps. 



Battalions. 
1st Lancashire Militia 
3rd do. 

4th do. 



Quaktered at 
Lancaster, 
l'reston. 
Warrington. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS.-Manchester. 

Quartered a? 
ist Bn. 11th Foot Manchester. 

Duke of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry ... Worsley. 



Bat. * Brig. Royul Artillery 
: „ * do. do. 



Comp. Militia Engineers 



CAVALRY BRIGADE.— Crewe. 
Staff.— As in ist Army Corps. 
Quartbrbd at I 

Slrb1lht; reYeo r ry ::::::::::::::::::::: S3S?' • «. . Bri *iu*.iH«™.A rt iii«y... 

Worcestershire do Worcester. I 

♦ Wanting. 



Quartered at 



17/t 



Mobilization. 



7th ARMY CORPS.— Bead Quarters, York. 

Staff. — As for 1st Army Corps. 

1st DIVISION.— Bead Quartets, York. 
Staff. — As in 1st Army Corps. 



1st BRIGADE.- York. 

Staff. — As in 1st Army Corps. 
Battalions Quartered at 

5th West York Militia Knaresborough 

6th do. do Halifax. 

Leicester do Leicester. 

2nd BRIGADE.— York. 

Staff.— As in 1st Army Corps. 
Battalions. Quartered at 

North Down Militia Newtownards 

South Down do Downpatrick. 

Dublin County do Dublin. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS.— York. 

Quarters: 
106th Foot Preston. 

Yorkshire Yeomanry York. 

N Bat. 2nd Brig. Royal Artillery Coventry. 

* ,, * do. * do. * 

* Comp. Militia Engineers * 



2nd DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Northampton. 
Staff. — As in 1st Army Corps. 



1st BRIGADE.— Northampton. 

Staff. — As in 1st Army Corps. 

Battalions. Quartered at 

Northampton and Rutland Militia Northampton 

1st Norfolk Militia Norwich. 

2nd do. Yarmouth. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Northampton. 

Staff. — As in 1st Army Corps. 

Battalions. Quartered at 

Cambridge Militia Ely. 

West Suffolk do Bury St. Edmunds. 

West Essex do Chelmsford. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS.— Northampton. 

Quartered at 
76th Foot Sheffield. 

Southern Nottinghamshire Yeomanry... Nottingham. 
Nottinghamshire Yeomanry Worksop. 

* Bat. * Brig. Royal Artillery * 

* „ * do. do. * 

* Comp. Militia Engineers * 



1st BRIGADE.— Darlington. 

Staff. — As in 1st Army Corps. 
Battalions. Quartered at 

North Lincoln Militia Lincoln. 

South Lincoln do Grantham. 

Nottingham do Newark. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Newcastle. 

Staff. — As in 1st Army Corps. 
Battalions. Quartered at 

Hertford Militia Hertford. 

Bedford do Bedford. 

Huntingdon do Huntingdon. 



3rd DIVISION. — Head Quarters, Darlington. 

Staff. — As in 1st Army Corps. 

DIVISIONAL TROOPS— Darlington. 



Quartered at 
36th Foot Fleetwood. 



2nd West York Yeomanry Halifax. 



Brig. Royal Artillery . 
do. do. 



* Comp. Militia Engineers 



CAVALRY BRIGADE.— Doncaster. 



Staff. — As in 1st Army Corps 
Quartered at 

6th Dragoons Edinburgh. 

21st Hussars Leeds. 

4th Dragoon Guards York. 



1st West York Yeomanry 

* Bat. * Brig. R. Horse Artillery 
Wanting. 



Quartered at 
... Doncaster. 



Mobilization. 



1171 



8th ARMY CORPS.— Head Quarters, Edinburgh. 

Staff. — As for ist Army Corps. 

1st DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Edinburgh. 

Staff. — As in 1st Army Corps. 






1st BRIGADE.— Edinburgh. 

Staff.- As in zst Army Corps. 

Battalions. Quabtbbed at 

Kerry Militia Tralee. 

Northumberland Militia Alnwick. 

Fermanagh Militia Enniskillen. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Edinburgh. 

Staff.— As in ut Army Corps. 
Battalions. Quabtbbed at 

Antrim Militia Belfast. 

Oavan do Cavan. 

Donegal do Lifibrd. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS. -Edinburgh. 

QUARTERED AT 

50th Foot Edinburgh. 

Ayrshire Yeomanry Ayr. 

O Bat. 2nd Brig. Royal Artillery Glasgow. 

* ,, * do. do. * 

* Comp. Militia Engineers * 



1st BRIGADE. -Glasgow. 
Staff.— As in 1st Army Corps 



2nd DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Glasgow. 
Staff. — As in ist Army Corps. 

DIVISIONAL TROOPS. -Glasgow. 



Battalions. Quartered at 

Highland Borderers Militia Stirling. 

Highland Rifles do Dingwall. 

Scottish Borderers do Dumfries. 

2nd BRIGADE.— Hamilton. 

Staff.— As in ist Army Corps. 
Battalions. Quartered at 

Cumberland Militia Carlisle. 

1st Durham Militia Barnard Castle. 

2nd do Durham. 



Queen's Own Lanarkshire Yeomanry. 



Quartebed at 
Glasgow. 

Glasgow. 



Brig. Royal Artillery 
do. 



Comp. Militia Engineers , 



3rd DIVISION.— Head Quarters, Melrose. 

STAFF.— As in 1st Army Corps. 



1st BRIGADE.— Melrose. 



DIVISIONAL TROOPS.-Melrose. 



Staff. — As in 1st Army Corp*. 

BATTALIONS. QOABTKRED AT 

East York Militia Beverley. 

North York do Richmond. 

Westmoreland Militia Carlisle. 

2nd BRIGADE— Melrose. 

Staff. — As in ist Army Corps. 
Battalions. Quartebed at 

5th Lancashire Militia Burnley. 

6th do. Salford. 

7th do. Bury. 



Quabtbbed at 
Fort George. 



j Northumberland&Ne wcastle Yeomanry | Newcastle-on- 



Brig. Royal Artillery, 
do. 



* Comp. Militia Engineers 



CAVALRY BRIGADE.— Musselburgh. 



Staff.— As i 
Quabtbbed at 
Westmoreland &. Cumberland Yeomanry Penrith. 

Lanark Yeomanry Lanark. 

East Lothian Yeomanry Dunbar. 



1st Army Cor pi 



Bat.* Brig. R. Horse Artillery. 



Quartered at 



ii7; 



Mobilization. 



GARRISON ARMY. 



PORTSMOUTH, 

Including Isle of Wight, Solent, Spithead, Gosport and Portsdoivn Works, and the Defences from 
Hurst Castle to Selsea Bill. 



Quarter Matter Generals (Two), 
iling Royal Artillery. 



-General Commanding. 

Aides de Camp (To 
Assistant Adjutant and 
Major General Comma 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major, Royal Artillery. 
Major General Commanding Royal Engineers. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major, Royal Engineers. 
Major General Commanding Isle of Wight. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Major General Commanding Portsmouth and Advanced Works. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Major General Commanding Gosport and Advanced Works 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 



REGULAR TKOOPS ...Infantry irf Bn. 24th Foot, 42nd Foot, and * 

Artillery ist, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th Battery, 1th Brigade. 

Engineers... \&th * and 24th Company. 

MILITIA Infantry Hampshire, North Tipperary and Royal Aberdeen Highlanders. 

Artillery Royal Glamorgan, Isle of Wight, Haddington, Hampshire, Forfar, and South 

Tipperary. 

PENSIONERS Birmingham, Coventry, Derby, Halifax, Leeds, Leicester, ist and 2nd Portsmouth, 

and Southampton Districts. 

VOLUNTEERS .. Infantry Detachments from the Counties of Berks, Bedford, Stafford, Buckingham, Wilts, 

Hants (including Isle of Wight), Nottingham, York (West Riding) , Hereford, 
Oxford, Lancaster and Northampton. 

Artillery Detachments from the Counties of Hants, York (West Riding), Stafford, and 

Lancaster. 
Engineers ...Detachments from the Counties of York (West Riding), Lancaster, Hants, and 
Northampton. 



PLYMOUTH, 



Including Staddon, Eovisand Breakwater, Maker and Whitsand Bay Wor'i 

Staf?.— Lieutenant General Commanding. 
Aides de Camp (Two). 
Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master Generals (Two). 
Colonel Commanding Royal Artillery. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major, Royal Artillery. 
Colonel Commanding Royal Engineers. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major, Royal Engineers. 
Major General Commanding Devonport and Advanced Works. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Major General Commanding Plymouth and Advanced Works. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 



REGULAR TROOPS ...Infantry 1st Bn. 13th Foot. 

Artillery ... *,*,*, *, and igth Battery, Hth Brigade. 
Engineers... * and 14th Company. 

MILITIA Infantry ...Cornwall Rangers, 1st Devon and 2nd Devon. 

Artillery ...Cornwall and Devon Miners, Lancashire, Fife, Devon and Dublin City. 

PENSIONERS Bath, 2nd Manchester, 2nd Plymouth, 1st Manchester, and 1st Plymouth Districts. 

VOLUNTEERS Infantry Detachments from the Counties of Derby, Gloucester, Warwick, Devon, Salop, and 

Worcester. 
Artillery ...Detachments from the Counties of Devon (12th and 13th Corpsonly), Salop, Gloucester, 

and Worcester. 
Engineers ..Detachment* from the Counties of Devon and Gloucester. 
* Wanting, 



Mobilization. 117k 



PORTLAND, 

Including the Verne, East Weir Breakwater, and Nothe Forti 

STAFF. — Major General ' 

Aide tie Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Artillery. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Engineers. 
REGULAR TROOPS ...Artillery ...iM Battery lQth Brigade. 
Engineers...* 

MILITIA Infantry Dorsetshire. 

Artillery Cork City. 

PENSIONERS Taunton. Dorchester, and Trowbridge Districts. 

VOLUNTEERS Infantry Detachments from the County of Dorset. 

Artillery Detachments from the County of Dorset. 



DOVER, 

Including Dover Castle, Drop Redoubt, Western Heights and Breakwater Batteries, also Forts and 
Batteries from Dymchurch to Ramsgate. 

Staff. — Lieutenant General Commanding. 
Aides de Camp [Two . 
Assixta,it Adjutant a ,i I Quarter Master Generals (Tico). 

Colonel Comm i lillery. 

i 'amp. 
"Briga 1 ' Irtillery. 

Colonel Commanding Royal Engineers. 

Brigade Major, Royal Engineers. 

REGULAR TROOPS ...Infantry 84'* Foot. 

Artillery ...3rd, 6th, yth. and gtk Battery Qth Brigade. 

Engineers ..Ath Company. 
MILITIA Infantry Bast Kent. 

Artillery Kent. 

PENSIONERS Canterbury. Nottingham, Northampton, and Stafford Districts. 

VOLUNTEERS Infantry Detachment* from the Tower Hamlets and the Counties of Kent. Leicester, and 

Hertford. 

Artillery ...Detachments from the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th Cinque Ports, and Uth Kent. 



CHATHAM, 
Including tlie Medway and the Thames Defences. 

Staff. — Genera 

Aides de < 'amp (Four). 
Deputy Adjutant ana Q >:merals (Tico). 

\fatt i- General* \Two). 
Brigadier Genera! Comma tding 'Royal Artillery, 
Aide de ( 'amp. 
Brigade Ma,,,,-, Royal Artillery. 
Colonel Com 8 >yal Engineers. 

Aide dt I 
Brigade Major, Royal Engineers. 

CHATHAM DIVISION, 

Including Chatham Lines, Hoo and Darnet Forts. 

Staff. — Major Genera 'nun. 

Aide dt ( 'amp. 
Major. 

t Royal Artillery. 
I font, X 1 Hery. 

Zieutena Royal Engineers. 

Adjutant, Royal Engineers. 

SHEERNESS DIVISION. 

Including Slieerness Lines, Qarriso Point, Isle of Grain and Slough Forts. 

Staff.— Major General i Vieemess. 

/;.■: m v 1/ J r. ' ' 
Lieutenant Colon* ' ' Royal Artillery. 

Adjutant, Royal Artillery. 
Lieutenant Colonel Common ling Roy.:! Engineers. 

Adjutant, Royal Engineers. 

REGULAR TROOPS ...Infantry 30th Foot. 

Artillery 1.2th, 13th, i 5 th, an I v-tii Battery Uth Brigade. 

Engineers...* Company. 
MILITIA Infantry 5th Middlesex. 

Artillery Durham, and Yorkshire. 

PENSIONERS Preston. Chatham. Shrewsbury and Sheffield Districts. 

VOLUNTEERS .'.".'.Infantry Detachments from the City of London and County of Surrey. 

Artillery ...Detachments from the I 'ify of London and the County of Surrey; also 5th, Qth, lQth 
12th, and 13/h Kt 't Corps. 

Engineers ...Detachments from the City of London and Tower Hamlets. 
* Wanting. 

c t 



1 1 -j l Mobilization. 

TILBURY DIVISION, 
Including Tilbury, Qrowesend, Coalhouse, Shcmmeade and Cliffe Forts. 

Stxti.— Lieutenant General Commanding. 
Aides tie Camp (Tico). 
Assistant Adjutant and Quarto- Master Generals (Two). 
Colonel Commanding Royal Artillery. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major, Royal Artillery. 
Colonel Commanding Royal Engineers. 
Aide de Camp. 
Br'made Major, liuyal Engineers. 
Major Generals Commanding Volunteer Brigades {Four). 
Aides de Camp (Four). 
Brigade Majors {Four). 

REGULAR TROOPS ...Artillery Sth Battery 9th Brigade, 14th and iSth Battery Uth Brigade. 

Engineers. ..34"> Company. 

KILITIA Artillery Northumberland, Argijle and Bute, and Antrim. 

PENSIONERS '. Loudon District. 

1st East Division, 2nd do. ; \st West Division, 2nd do.; 1st north Li 
2nd do. ; South Division ; Woolwich and Greenwich. 

VCLUNTEERS Infantry Detachments from the County of Middlesex. 

Artillery Detachments from the County of Middlesex and 1st Kent Corps. 

Engmeers'.'..Detachmenfs from the County of Middlesex. 



HARWICH, 

Including Landguard Fort and Harwich Defences, Circular Redoubt, Angel Gate Battery, Shoiley 
Battery and adjacent Towers. 

Staff. — Major General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
Brigade Major. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Artillery. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Engineers. 

f.EGULAR TROOPS ...Infantry 6Qfh Foot. 

Artillery 2nd Battery 8th Brigade. 

Engineers... * 

KILITIA Infantry Essex Rifles. 

Artillery ...West Suffolk. 

PENSIONERS Tpswich District. 

VOLUNTEERS Infantry ...Detachments from the County of Stiff oik. 

Artillery ...Detachments from the County of Essex. 



PEMBROKE, 

I Stack Rock, South Hook, Popton Point, Hubberstone, West Blockhouse, Thome Island, 
Mumbles, St. Catherine's Island, Scoreston. 

STAFF. — Major General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
Briqade Major. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Artillery. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Engineers. 

REGULAR TROOPS ...Artillery 4th and 5 th Battery Qth Brigade. 

Engineers ...33'V? Company. 

KILITIA Infantry Merioneth, Radnor and Brecon. 

Artillery Carmarthen, and Pembroke. 

PENSIONERS Worce-tir, Cardiff, and Gloucester Districts. 

VOLUNTEERS Infantry Detachments f,- . , the Counties of Cardigan, Montgomery, Sadnor, Brecknock, and 

Pembroke. 

Artillery Detachments from the Counties of Glamorgan and Pembroke. 

'Engineers ...Detachments from the County of Flint. 



EDINBURGH, 

Including Leith Fort and Defences. 

Staff. — Major General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 
Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master Generals {Two). 

Brigade Major. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Artillery. 

J.,> i'ii uout ( olonel ( 'ommanding Royal Engim < /■.--. 

REGULAR TROOPS ...Artillery 17th Battery Uth Brigade. 

Engineers... 13"' r„„i r ,iun. 

lENSIOrERS Edinburgh. Paisley, Perth and Stirlinq Districts. 

VOLUNTEERS Infantry Detachments from the City of Edinburgh and the Counties of Midlothian and 

Saddii 

Artillery Detachments from the City of Edinlurqh and the Counties of Midiol/.ian and 

Haddington. 
Engineers — Detachments f rem the County of Lanark. 

• Wanting. 



Mobilization. 

CORK, 

Including Spike Island, Camden and Carlisle F 

Staff. — Major General Commanding. 
Camp. 
' Adjutant and Quarter Master Generals (2Vu) 
Brigade Major. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Artillery. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Engineers. 

REGULAR TROOPS ...Infantry 103rd Foot and 

Artillery 7 fh Battery \0th Brigade. 

Engineers... * 
MILITIA Infantry North, and South Mayo. 

Artillerv /» 

PENSIONERS 1st Cork; Tralee, Clonmel, and Tullamore Districts. 



17m 



DUBLIN, 

IncJ ' >th, Pigeon House, Castle and Magazine Forts. 

Staff. — Major General Commanding, 
■ 
-' Quarter Matter Generals {Two). 

L ' ' "olonel Commanding Royal Artillery. 

Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Engineers. 

REGULAR TROOPS Infantry « and 64/A Foot. 

Artillery nth Battery 10th Brigade 

Engineers... * 

MILITIA Infiii.tr;. 

Artillery Edinburgh. 

PENSIONERS Bi,- r , Kilkenny, irf Dublin, 2nd Dublin, Carlo,c, and Longjord District, 

JERSEY. 

Staff. — Major General Commanding. 
Aide 
Brigad 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Artillery. 
Lieutenant Colonel Commanding Royal Engineers. 

REGULAR TROOPS ...Infantry ' mpanie* 107th Foot. 

Artillery Half 6th Battery 10th Brigade. 

Engineers... '* 

MILITIA Infantry l»t, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th Jersey. 

Artillery let, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5'< 



GUERNSEY. 

Staff.— Major General Commanding. 
Aide de Camp. 

< Artillery. 

■ l.ngineers. 

REGULAR TROOPS ...Infantry ii7 

Artillery Half 6th Battery 10''' Br 

Engineers... * 

MILITIA Infantry 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4.1 h Light Infantry. 

Artillery uernteg. 



ALDERNEY. 

Staff.— -Major o, r ■/ Commanding. 

, 

Ei( - Royal Artillery. 

i Colonel C01 

REGULAR TROOPS ...Infantry C oiponi«»107« '' 

Artillery .. . Ik and totk Satteriet IQtk Briga le. 
Engineers... * 

MILITIA Artillery Udemeg. 

PENSIONERS Jersey District. 



SMALL FORTS AND POSTS IN IRELAND. 

Including Forts ai ' Ba , Ennislilien, Kilherrin 

Tarbert, Carrig, Sea .. Charles Fo\ d Waterford. 

ommand of the General of the District. 

REGULAR TROOPS ...Artillery 3th Battery 10th Brigade. 

Engineers... * 

MILITIA Infantry Queen's County, Carloir, Londonderry, Westmeath, Meath and L( it rim. 

Artillery Mid. Cist, r. Waterford, West Cork . ' Limerick. 

1st Belfast, 2nd Belfast, Armagh, Londonderry, Lnniskillen, Cmugh, 
•icle, Ennis and Waterford District*: 

* Wanting. 



H7« 



Mobilization. 



LIST OF REGULAR TROOPS AT HOME 
AND MILITIA. 

With their Brigades, Divisions, and Army Corps, or Garrisons, 

FOR MOBILIZATION. 



V B.— The Quarters of the Troops determine their place in the Field, or Garrison, Army: Troops changing- 
quarters change their place for mobilization accordingly. 



CAVALRY. 



Eeaimenf. 

i Life Guards Cavalry Brigade 

2 , Do. 

Royal Horse Guards. . 
2 Dragoon Guards .. 



Army Corps 

3 

3 



i Dragoons . 

2 ., 

3 Husssars . 



Do. 

2nd Division 4 

st Division 4 



Cavalry Brigade. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



Regiment. 
Hussars ... 
Lancers .. 
Dragoons... 



Lancers 
Hussars 



Army Corpt] 

Cavalry Brigade 1 

Do 5 

Do 7 

Do 4 

Do 2 

Do 2 

Garrison London 

■jrd Division 4 

Cavalry Brigade 4 

Do 7 



A. Battery A Brigade , 



A Battery iBt Br 



gade 



3rd 



ROYAL ARTILLERY. 
HORSE ARTILLERY. 



Army Corps. 

Cavalry Brigade 2 

Army Corps Artillery 4 

Do. 2 

Do 1 

Do 3 

Do 3 

Do 4 



Army Corps. 
I H Battery B Brigade ...Army Corps Artillery 4 

I I „ ,, ,, ... Cavalry Brigade 4 

Do 3 

C „ ... Army Corps Artillery 2 
Do 1 



FIELD ARTILLERY. 



Army Corps. 

Army Corps Artillery 2 

... 3rd Division 3 

-3rd , 3 

... 1st ,, 1 

...2nd , 2 

... 1st „ 1 

Army Corps Artillery 1 

... 3rd Division 4 



... 2nd 
... 2nd 
... 2nd 

... 1st 

... I8t 
... 1st 
... 2nd 
... ISt 
... 2nd 
... 3rd 
... 3rd 
... ISt 



Battery 3rd Brigade . 
4th 



.. Cavalry Brigade 1 

.. Army Corps Artillery 2 

Army Corp?. 

i ... 2nd Division 4 

... 1st „ 2 




2 


... 2nd ,, 

... 2nd ,, 

... 2nd ,, 

... 3rd 
... 3rd 


3 

1 
1 
1 


Army Corps Artillery 


1 


... ISt ,, 

... 3rd „ 


3 


-3rd „ 

... ISt ,, 

Army Corps Artillery 

... 1st Division 

...2nd „ 


2 

1 
2 
3 
3 



GARRISON ARTILLERY. 



1 Battery 7 
2 

3 



Garrison. 
Brigade ... Portsmouth 
... Portsmouth 
... Portsmouth 
... Portsmouth 
... Portsmouth 
... Portsmouth 
... Portsmouth 
... Harwich 
... Dover 
... 1't mbroke 
... Pembroke 







Garrison. 




Garrison: 


6 Battery 9 


Brigade 


... Dover 


ioBatteryic 


Brigade... Alderney 


7 >] » 




...Dover 


11 , 


„ ... Dublin 


8 .. ,, 




... Tilbnry 


12 , 


...Portland 


9 ,. ., 




.. Dover 


12 ,, 11 


Chatham & Sheerness 


6 ,, 10 




( i Jersey 
(.} Guernsey 


13 it ,. 


Chatham & .Sheerness 


" 




...Tilbury 


7 11 >, 




... Cork 


15 >> „ 


Chatham \ Sheerness- 






( ^ Limerick 


16 „ „ 


Chatham & She ernes* 


8 „ ,, 


" 


] { Charles Fort 
I J Waterford 


17 „ ,, 
1 18 ., ,. 


„ ... Edinburgh 

... Tilbury 


9 ,. » 


11 


... Alderney 


1 19 „ ,. 


,, ... Plymouth 



Mobilization. 



170 



ROYAL ENGINEERS. 



Army Corps. 

A. Troop It. E. Train Army Corps Engineers 1 

U „ „ do. i 1 

(fit Company 1st Division 1 



4' : 

6th 
9th 
13th 

14' b 
15th 

,o;h 



Garrison Dover 
2nd Division 4 



Garrison Edinburgh 

Garrison Plymouth 

Army Corps Engineers 2 

Garrison Portsmouth 



[7th Company isfc Division 



1 8th 
19th 
20th 
22nd 
23rd 
24th 
33' - d 
34th 



3rd 



my Corps. 
2 

4 
4 

...2nd „ 1 

...3rd „ 1 

...Army Corps Engineers 1 

Garrison Portsmouth 

Garrison Pembroke 

Garrison Tilbury & Thames 



INFANTRY. 



Battalion. Brigade. Dioition. ArmyCorpt. 

Battalion Grenadier Gds... 1 1 3 

: ,, ,, Garrison London 



Coldstream Guards... 2 
Scots Guards 2 



and Pool 

3rd „ . 



7th 
8th 

,lh 
loth 
nth 

I2tt 

13th 

15th 

1 th 
19th 

20th 

2211(1 
23rd 

25th 

20th 

28th 

30th 

I 
32nd 

36th 

37th 



|Di\ 



... 1 
.Bn.4 

. 1 1 5 

. 2 1 l 

. 1 1 1 

3Div.Kn.6 

iDiv.Bn.1 

....Garrison Plymoutn 

. i 2 1 

. 1 2 4 

1 Div.Bn. 2 

. 1 1 2 



. 1 ■ 

2Div.Jin.l 

.Garrison Portsmouth 

. 1 1 

. i 2 2 

. 2 1 1 

i rarrison Chatham 

■ a 3 1 

. 2 2 2 

3 I)iv.liu.7 

3 Div.Bn.b 



38th Foot .. 

41st „ 

42nd ,, .. 

45th „ .. 

47th ,, .. 

49th „ ., 

50th „ .. 

;- ! "i » ■■ 

53rd „ .. 

55th „ .. 

1 Rities 



Army Corps. 
4 



.Garrison Portsmouth 
1 1 2 

1 2 l 

2 2 1 

1 Div.Bu. 8 

2 Div.Bu. 2 



2 1 

2 Div.Bn. 5 

1 Div.Bn. 3 

: Garrison Dublin 



75th „ 

76th „ 

77th ,, 

,, 

86th „ 

87th , 

,, 

96th „ 

, 



,, 

106th „ 

•07th „ 

108th „ 

Bn. Rifle I 



Garrison Harwich 

...' 1 2 

... 2 Div.Bn. 7 

.- 3 1 

... 1 4 

"u Dover 

... 3 1 

... 3 Div.Bn. 1 

... 2 4 

... 1 2 

,. Garrison Cork 

::: ', ::::::::: \ 

1 Div.Bu. 7 

... 1 2 

... 2 2 

... 1 2 



MILITIA. 



ARTILLERY. J 
5NGLAND AND WALES. 



A' •imtnt. 


1 -ifon. 


/,'. iim tit. 


Garrison; 






1. moashire 

Norfolk 

land 

Pembroke 

Ik 



liire 

.AND. 


Coast. 

Tilbury. 


('(iriiu all and l >>'\ ou Miners Plymouth. 

Devon 


Durham 

Glamorgan 

Hampshire 

Isle of Wight 


Chal : am. 

Portsmouth. 

Do. 

Do. 

SCOTI 


. ,. Pembroke. 
11 1 1- «\ ich. 

Newhaven 

Chatham. 



Argyll and Mute Tilbury. 

Kdiuburgh Dublin. 

Fife l'lvm lUth. 



Pnrfarand Kincardine Portsmouth. 

Haddington, Bern ic •■. Lin- I ,. 
ma Pi . ) 



Antrim Tilbury. 

Cork City Portland. 

Cork (West) Belfast. Lough S willy, and 

Lough Fo.ylc. 

Donegal < 

Dublin City... Piym mth. 

Galway 



Limerick City Charles Fort & Watorford. 

ilid-Ulster ..' Athlone. 

Sligo 

South Tipperary Portsmouth. 

Waterford The Shannon 

Wicklow 



7P 



Mobilization, 



Anglesey. 



ENGINEERS. 
Garrison. I 

| Monmouth . 
INFANTRY. 
ENGLAND AND WALES. 



Regiment. Brigade. Division. Army Corps. 

Bedford 2 3 7 

Berks 2 z 5 

Bucks 2 2 5 

Cambridge 2 2 7 

Carnarvon 2 1 6 

1st Cheshire 1 ' 6 

2nd Do 1 3 6 

Cornwall Garrison Plymouth 

Cumberland 2 2 8 

Denbigh 1 1 6 

1st Derby 1 3 6 

and Do 1 3 6 

i st. Devon Garrison Plymouth 

2nd Dc Do. 

Dorset Garrison Portland. 

1st Durham 2 2 8 

2nd Do 2 2 8 

Essex Rifles Garrison Harwich 

West Essex 2 2 7 

Flint 2 1 6 

Glamorgan 2 3 4 

North Gloucester 1 3 5 

South Do 1 3 5 

Hampshire Garrison Portsmouth 



Hereford 

Hertford 2 

Huntingdon 2 

East Kent 

West Do 1 

1st Lancashire 2 

2nd Do. 1 



4 

= 1 :::::: ? 

Garrison Dover 

3 3 

3 6 



3rd 

4 th 
5th 
6th 
7 th 



Do. 
Do. 
Do 
Do. 
Do. 



Leicester 

North Lincoln. 
South Do. . 
London 



'Regiment. Brigade. Division. Army Corjis. 

Merioneth Garrison Pembroke 

East Middlesex 2 3 3 

2nd Do. 

3rd Do 

4th Do 

5th Do 

Montgomery 

1st Norfolk 

2nd Do 

Northampton and Rutland 

Northumberland 

Nottingham 

Oxford 



: :::::: I :::::: I 

Garrison Chatham 
1 1 6 



Radnor Garrison Pembroke 



Shropshire 2 

1 st Somerset 1 

2nd Do 1 

1st Stafford 2 

2nd Do 2 

3rd Do 2 

West Suffolk 2 

1st Surrey 2 

2nd Do 2 

3rd Do 2 

Sussex 

King's Own Tower Hamlets 2 

Queen's Own Do. 2 

1st Warwick 2 

2nd Do. 2 

Westmoreland 1 

Wiltshire 2 

Worcester 2 

East York 1 

North York 1 

1st West York 2 

2nd Do 2 



I 3rd 
4 th 
5th 
6th 



Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 



2 4 

i 4 

! 4 

sDiv.Bn.4 

■ 7 

■ 7 



Aberdeen shire Garrison Portsmouth 

Ayr and Wigtown 1 3 2 

Edinburgh 2 1 4 

Highland Borderers 1 2 8 

Highland Light Infantry iDiv.Bn.4 

Highland Rifles 1 2 8 



1st Lanark 

2nd Do 

Perth 

Renfrew 

Scottish Borderers 



4 

4 
2 

2 
8 



Antrim 2 1 8 

Armagh 3Div.Bn.2 

Carlow Garrison Lough Swilly 

Cavan 2 1 8 

Clare 2 1 6 

North Cork 2 3 2 

South Cork 2 3 2 

Donegal 2 1 8 

North Down 2 1 7 

South Down 2 1 7 

Dublin County 2 1 7 

Dublin City ..'. 1 2 6 

Fermanagh 1 1 8 

Galway 2 3 2 

Kerry 1 1 8 

Kildare Garrison Dublin 

Kilkenny 1 2 3 



King's County 1 2 3 

Leitrim Garrison Kinsalc 

Limerick 1 2 3 

Londonderry Garrison Limerick 

Longford 1 2 5 

Louth 1 2 5 

North Mayo Garrison Cork 

South Mayo Do. 

Meath Garrison Lough Foyle 

Monaghan 1 2 5 

Queen's Co Garrison Athlone 

Roscommon 1 2 6 

North Tipperary Garrison Portsmouth 

Tyrone 2 Div.Bn.3 

AVestmeath Garrison Belfast 

AVexford 2 1 5 



STAFF.-SUB DISTRICTS. »8 



ENGLAND and WALES. 

•KT n "I Brigade Depot, NEWCASTLE, temporarily at BERWICK. County. NoBTmnrar.BLA :>. 

XN yJ' X. Lieutenant Colonel. — Georye Oraster Lambert. 10 May 76 ; Colonel, 30 Oct. 74. 
Pat/master. — John Anthony Kysh, 7 Nov. 50; -Hon. Major, 6 July 67. 
Quarter Master. — 
Zine Regiment, 1st a«ci 2nd Batt. 5th. — Militit, 1st Northumberland, 2nd Northumberland (fa '•• a/.'.-. ,'). 

Volunteers, i«t Ad-nluistrative Battalion Northumberland, 8th Northum- 
berland, 1st Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

"VT _ O Brigade Depot, CARLISLE. Counties, Cumberland, Westmoreland. 

XN (J» ^J' Lieutenant Colonel. — George Vincent Watson, 31 Oct. 77; Colonel, 21 Aug. 74, 

Paymaster. — Terrence Rowan, 16 Sept. 59 ; Q..M"., 28 April 54 ; lion. Major, 16 Sept 69. 
Quarter Master- 
Line Regiment*, 34th, 55th. Mi!, Ha, Cumberland, Westmoreland. 

Volunteer*, 1st Administrative Battalion Cumberland, 1st Adm. Batt. West:: 

"VT^ O Brigade Depot, .NEWCASTLE, -provisionally at SUNDERLAND. Count;/, Durham. 
XM U. O. Lieutenant Colonel. — ion? John H. Taylour, 31 Oct. 77; Colonel, 29 June 75. 
Pat/master. — David Hepworth, 12 Auir. i_~_- : Honorary Major, 12 Aug. 77. 
(Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiments, 68tli, I06th.— Militia, 1st and 2nd Durham. 

Volunteers, tst, 2nd, 3rd and 4th Administrative Battalions Durham, jrd Din-] am. 
"VT-. ^ Briaade Depot. RICHMOND (Yorkshire). Coi ■■:if>/. North Riding op York. 
XN U. r±. Lieutenant Colonel.— Robert Mockler, 2 j Feb. 7? j Colonel, 1 Oct. 77. 

Paymaster. — Robert Anderson, 25 May - ; Son, Major, 29 April 71. 
Quarter Master. - 
Line Regiment, 1st and 2nd Batt. 19th.— Militia, 1st North York. 2nd North York {to be raised). 

Vol nut,, re, [Stand 2nd Administrative Battalions North Riling Yorkshire. 

"VT-. C Brigade Depot. BEVERLEY. County, East Riding op York. 

■LNU. \J. Lieutenant Colonel. — *. W. P. M. Wilson, 17 Oct. 77; Colonel, 22 April " . 

Paymaster. — Frederick Blanco Forster, 5 Dec. 5: ; Son. Major, 5 Dec. 61. 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiment, 1st and 2nd Batt. 15th.— Militia, 1st Fast York, 2nd Fast York (to be raisi ■'). 

Volunteers, isi Administrative Battalion Bast Riding S 
Riding Yorkshire. 

"M".-n O Brigade Depot, YORK. County. Part of WbST Fiping OF York. 
XN *J. U. Lieutenant Colonel. — Thomas Francis Lloyd, ^ Nov. 7S; Colonel, 9 Aug. 78. 
Paymaster. — 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiment, 1st and 2nd Batt. 25th —Militia. 5th and 2nd West York. 

1 tst Administrative Battalion Wes B hire. 

"VT-. iy Brigade Depot. PONTEFRACT. Co nty, Wbsi Hidixr of orkshire. 
XN U. I • Lieutenant Colonel.— "Frederick Hardy, . , Dec. 77: Colonel, 5 May 74. 
Paymaster. — George Blui'GOn, 1 J tne Him. Major, 27 JUI3' 70. 

Quarter Sfoffer.— 
Xi'ne Regiments, 65th, 84th.— Militia, jrd Wesl York. 

Volunteers, \\\i Adm. Batt. West Riding Yorkshire, 2nd \V. '.are. 

\ "VT-. Q Line Regiments, 51st, 105th - -M,iili,,, 1st West York. 
XN U. O. Volunteers, ;i-,i Adm. Battali in West Riding Yorkshire, ;th West Riding Y. ikshire. 

(VTp. Q Brigade Depot, HALIFAX. County, Part of Wbst Kiping op York. 
X>)(J. O. Lieutenant Colonel. — Charles Bl Colonel, 12 Feb. 78. 

l'aymaster. — Christopher Myers Dawes, Aug. 64; Son.Major, \o A 

Quarter Master.— 
Line Regiments, 33rd, 76th.— Militia, 6th West York. 

Volunteers. 2nd Adiniinst ra t .\ ■ llat'.alion West. Riding Yorkshire, ;i-'l ( jqI I: attached) 

and 4 tli West Biding Yorkshire. 

^VTp. "I |^| Brigade Depot, YORK, provisionally at BRADFORD. County, Tart of West Ri i.im; of Vokk. 
•1-N U. X.\J , Lieutenant Clouel. Robert Blackall Montg imery, 15 March 70; I lonel, 1 A] 

Paymaster. — (irahanie Craig, 1 April 57 ; Hon. Major, 10 July 72. 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiment, 1st and 2nd Batt. 14th. — Militia, 4th "West York. 

1 eert, th Administrative Battalion West Riding Yorkshire, 29th 

itli West Riding Yorkshire. 

VT-. I "I Brigade Depot, LANCASTER, temporarily at FLEETWOOD. County, Part 0/ Lancashire. 
XN U. XX. Lieutenant Co/01,,/. -Andrew Campbell fc x Lock, 21 June 79 ; Colonel, 1 Oct. 77. 

Paymaster. — John Falls, 4 I >■'<•. 57 ; Hon. Major, 16 Oct. 71. 
Quarter Master.— 
Line Regiment, 1st and 2nd Batt. 4th. — Militia. 1st Lane 

Volunteers, 5th Administrative Battalion Lancashire. 

"VTp. "I Q Brigade Depot, PRESTON. County, Part 0/ LANCASHIRE. 
XN U. X^J. Lieutenant Colonel. — William Charles Bancroft, iq Apr. 79 ; Colonel, 14 Aug. 7 
Paymaster. — John Falls, 4 Dec. =,-; B Major, it Oct. 71. 
Quarter Master. — 
XtMf Regiments, 47th, 81st. — Militia, 3rd Lancashire. 

Polunleerg, 6th Adm. Batt. Lancashire, 27th (82nd attached) Lanrnshiro 

TCTj-k lO Brigade Depot, WARRINGTON County, Part o/ - Lancashire. 

XN \Jt lOi Lieutenant Colonel. — Joseph de Montmorency, 22 Oct. 79; Colonel, 16 Aug. 78. 

Paymaster. — Francis O. Sargeant-Openshaw, 20 July 66; Son. Major, 27 July 76. 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiment, 1st and 2nd Batt. Sth.—A/ilitia. 2nd L-mcashire. 

Volunteers 1st (13th, 48th, 54th attached), 5th, 15th, 64th a 'idSo'Ji Lshic shire 

"M"/-) "I A. Line Regiments 40th, 82nd.— Militia, 4th Lancashire. 

AlUi XTI. Volunteers, qt-i Administrative Battalion Lancashire, 47th Lancashire 



1X9 Staff. — Sub Districts. 

"NT/^ IK Brigade Depot, BURNLEY. County, Tart qfLiBrCAflHIEB. 

JLN U . JL\J, Lieutenant Colonel.— John Thompson, 12 June 78 ; Colonel, 26 March 78. 

Paymaster.— William Hughes, 20 Nov. 67 ; Hon. Major, 22 March 79- 

Quarter Matter. — 

Line Regiments, 30th, 59th.— Militia, 5th Lancashire. 

Volunteers, 3rd uhc? Sth Administrative Battalions Lancashire. 

"W^ 1C JBiW* Xtyo/, ASHTON. Owwrtjr, Part o/Laxcashibe. 

1NU. J. D . Lieutenant Colonel— Robert Bruce Chichester, 15 Nov. 79 ; Colonel, 24 Dec. 75. 
Paymaster.— Horatio Morgan, 17 Sept. 58; Son. Major, 17 Sept. 73. 
Quarter Matter. — 
Line Regiments, 63rd, 96th.— Militia, 6th Lancashire. 

Volunteers, 4th and 7th Adm. Batt. Lancashire, 6th, 33rd, 40th and 56th Lancashire. 

"NTi-\ 1 17 Brigade Depot, BURY. Gwnfy, Part o/Lancashibe. 

IN O. X / . Lieutenant Colonel.— William Henry Kerr, 30 Mar. 78 ; Colonel, 1 Oct. 77. 

Paymaster.— William Stewart Thorourn, 19 Feb. 67; Hon. Captain, 19 Feb. 72.' 
Quarter Master. — 
line Regiment, 1st and 2nd Batt. 80th.— Militia, 7th Lancashire. 

Volunteers, 8th and 24th Lancashire. 

"NTr-v 1Q Brigade Depot, CHESTER. County, Cheshire. 

J.N. \J. ±0. Lieutenant Colonel.— Thomas Tyacke, 1 May 78; Colonel, 23 Apr. 78. 

Paymaster. — Nathaniel Eyre Bobbins, 14 Jan. 62; Hon. Major, 14 Jan. 77. 
Quarter Muster. — 
Line Regiment, 1st and 2nd Butt. 22nd.— Militia, 1st and 2nd Cheshire. 

Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and sth Administrative Battalions Cheshire. 

VT "I Q Brigade Depot.ISGBJfWJji. County o/Staffobd. 

XN O , -L f . Lieutt nant ( 'olonel.— Edmund M. Manningham-Baller, 3 Feb. 77 ; Colonel, 16 Oct. 75. 
Paymaster. — 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiments, 38th, 80th.— Militia, 2nd and 1st Stafford. 

Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Administrative Battalions Staffordshire. 

I T^r Q /-\ Zine Regiments, 64lh, 98th. — Militia, 3rd Stafford, 4 th Stafford (<o Je raised). 

VAN O. Z vj . Volunteers, 3rd, 4th and 5th Administrative Battalions Staffordshire. 

"fj.^. Q1 Brigade Depot, SHREWSBURY. Counties, Sheopshiee and Montgomery. 

AN U. <£i X . Lieutenant Colonel. — Fiennes Middleton Colvile, CB. 9 Dec. 76; Colonel, 21 April 72. 
Paymaster. — 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiments, 43rd, 53rd. — Militia, Montgomery, 1st Shropshire, 2nd Shropshire ( to be raised). 
Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Administrative Battalions Shropshire. 

N f OQ Brigade Depot, WORCESTER, Counties, Woecesiekshire, Heeefobdshibe. 
U . Zi Zl . Lieutenant Colonel. — FitzWilliam Frederick Hunter, 19 Dec. 77 ; Colonel, 27 Jan. 74. 
Paymaster. — c. Robert Scott, 20 Feb. 52 ; Hon. Major, 20 Feb. 62. 
Quarter Master. — 
Xine Regiments, 29th, 36th.— Militia, Worcester, Hereford. 

Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Adm. Batt. Worcestershire, 1st Adm. Batt. Herefordshire. 

"M"j-^ QO Brigade Depot, WREXHAM. Counties, Anglesea, Cabnaeyon, Denbigh, Flint, Mebioneth. 
JC\ U. £i O . Lieutenant Colonel. — William Cooper, 27 Feb. 75; Colonel, 17 April 72. 

Paymaster.— Augustus Bolle de Lasalle, 18 May 58 ; Hon. Major, 11 Mar. 72. 
Quarter Master.— 
Line Regiment, 1st and-znd Batt. 23rd. — Militia, Flint, Denbigh, Carnarvon, Merioneth, Anglesea. 

Volunteers, 1st Administrative Battalion Carnarvonshire, 1st Adminis- 
trative Battalion, Denbighshire, 1st Adm. Batt. Flintshire. 

"M"^ O/J. Brigade Depot, CARDIFF. Counties, Pembroke, Caemabthen, Glamorgan. 
AN V-/. Zi^L . Lieutenant Colonel.— George Garden, 31 Oct. 77; Colonel, 5 Oct. 77. 

Paymaster. — Frederick Francis Feredaj-, 9 Nov. 55 ; Hon. Major, 9 Nov. 70. 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiments, 41st, 69th.— Militia, 1st Glamorgan, 2nd Glamorgan (to he raised.) 

Volunteers, 1st Administrative Battalion, Pembrokeshire, 1st Administrative Batta- 
lion Carmarthenshire, 1st, 2nd, 3rd (4th, 5th attached) Glamorganshire. 

CON. Counties, Cardigan, Radnob, Brecon, Monmouth. 
-Charles M'Clintock Cotton, 12 June 78 ; Colonel, 30 April 7S. 
Paymaster. — Henry Manning, 1 July 62 ; Hon. Major, 15 Oct. 73. 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiment, 1st and 2nd Batt. 2ith.— Militia, Monmouth, Radnor, Cardigan, Brecon. 

Volunteers, 1st Administrative Battalion Brecknockshire, 1st and 2nd 
Administrative Battalions Monmouthshire, 2nd Monmouthshire. 
VTj-. Q£! Brigade Depot, DERBY. County, Derby. 

--N U. ZA\J . Lieutenant Colonel.— James Sinclair Thomson, 3 Apr. 7S ; Colonel, 27 July 71. 
Paymaster.— Frank Barnwell, 12 Aug. 62; Hon. Major, 19 Sent. 73. 
Quarter Muster. — 
Line Regiments, 54th, 95th.— Militia, 2nd and :st Derby. 

Volunteers, 1st and 3rd Administrative Battalion Derbyshire. 

Nn 97 Brigade Depot, LEICESTER. Counties, Nottingham, Leicester. 
U. Zll, Lieutenant Colonel.— Edward Chippindall, CB. 3 Apr. 78; Colonel, 14 Aug. 72. 
Paymaster. — 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiments, 1st and 2nd Batt. 17th, 15th.— Militia, 1st Leicester, 2nd Leicester [to be raised), Nottingham. 
Vol a 11 tiers, 1st Administrative Battalion Leicestershire, 
1st Adm. Batt. Nottinghamshire, 1st Nottinghamshire. 

"N n ft Brigade Depot, WARWICK. County, Waewick. 

J-^V7. AJ«J. Lieutenant Colonel.— John Hart Dunne, 31 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 25 Nov. 70. 

Paymaster— de Pentheny de Pentheny O'Kelly, 28 Dec. 60 ; Hon.Maior, 4 July 74. 
Quarter Matter.-- * '. 

Line Regiment, 1st and and Batt. 6th.— Militia, 1st and 2nd Warwick. 

Volunteers, 1st Adm. Batt. Warwickshire, 1st Warwickshire. 



Stuff.— Sub VUlriett. i-° 



"NT Pi OQ Brigade Depot, NORTHAMPTON. Counties, Northampton-, Rim. 



C Colonel.— Hon. William Henry Herbert, ;i Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 9 May 74. 
Paymaster— Aldborough Rimdle, 3 June 59 ; lion. Major, 3 June 74. 
Quarter Master- 
Regiments, 48th, 58th.— Militia, 1st Northampton and Rutland, 2nd Northampton and Rutland (to be rawed). 
Volunteers, 1st Administrative Battalion Northamptonshire. 



\T rt OH Briqade Depot, LINCOLN. Count,/, Lincoln 
±NU. OU. Lieutenant Colonel.— John 



Johnson Wilkinson. 5 Dec. 77 : Colonel, 13 April 77. 
Paymaster. -Alexander William McKenzie, u Fell. 57; iiu». Major, 6 Feb. 7.'. 
Quarter Matter. — 
Line Regiment, 1st <n«Z 2nd Batt. 10th.— Militia, North Lincoln, South Lincoln. 

Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Administrative Battalion Lincolnshire. 
■KJ Ql Brigade Depot, GREAT YARMOUTH. County, Norfolk. 

IN O. O-L. LU : ,de„aut Colonel.— John Miller, 13 Aug. 79; Colonel, 27 May 75. 

Paymaster. — Claud. Buchanan Biers, R. Art. (acting), 26 April 60. 
Qaarter Master- 
Line Regiments, 1st a«J 2ndBatt. 9th.— Militia, 1st and 2nd Norfolk. 

Volunteers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th Norfolk. 
>j QQ Brigade Depot, BURY ST. EDMUNDS. Counties, Suffolk, Cambridge. 

JLN O. & ^1 • Lieutenant Colonel. — John M'Kay, 10 April 76 ; Colonel, 1 May 76. 

Paymaster. — Henry Uctavius Currie, 12 Aug. 62 ; Ron. Major, 12 Aug. 72. 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiment, 1st and 2nd Batt. 12th.— Militia, West Suffolk, ( iambridge. 

Volunteers, tst, 2nd, and ;rd Administrative Battalion So.:: 
Adm. Batt. Cambridgeshire, 3rd Cambridgeshire. 
■kj QQ Brigade Depot, BEDFORD. Counties, Huntingdon, Bedford, Heetfoed. 

IN U. <D*D. Lieutenant Colonel.— William Hanbury Hawley, 17 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, S .May 77. 

Paymaster.— Frank Wihiam Dundee, 23 March 58 ; iiu«. Major, 23 March 73. 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiment, istawdand Batt. 16th.— Militia, Huntingdon, I'.cdford, Hertford. 

Volunteers, iM Ai1'hi::!-!:mii\-c battalion Bedfordshire, 1st ond 
Administrative battalions Hertfordshire. 
~M"/"» QA Brigade Depot, EXETER. County, Devonshire. 

INUi UT. Lieutenant Colon,!.- Francis Kdwa rd Drewe, 10 June 75 ; Colonel, 23 Nov. 73. 
Paymaster.— John Peter Hall, n April 51 j i/o,<. Major, n April 61. 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiment, mtand 2nd Batt. 11th.— Militia, 2nd «wd 1st Devon. 

1 r», 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Adm. Batt. Devonshire, 1st Devonshire. 
XT QK BrigadeDepot, BODMIN. County, Cornwall 

1NU. OU. Lieutenant Colonel— Hugh Parker Montgomery, 2 Oct. 78 j Colonel, 1 1 Aug. 78. 
Paymaster.— Edward Charles Grant, 2: Dec. 55 ; Hon. Major, 23 Dec. 70. 
Quarter Master.— 
Line Regiments, 32nd, 48th.— Militia, ( 'onr.vall Rangers, 2nd < '< ruwall (/o Je raised). 

Volunteers, 1st and 2111I AdniiniM 1 atr, o battalion Cornwall. 



T^T/-k QCJ Briqade Depot, TAUNTON. Count,,, So 1 1 1: - 11 

J.NU. OO. Lieutenant Colt '. George Neeld Boldero, 5 3i 



Lieutenant ( • •'■ I Neeld Boldero, 5 Jan. 7 ; Colonel, 31 March 70. 

Paymaster. — 
Quarter Mauler. — 
Line Regiment, 1st and and Batt. 18th.— Militia, < 

Volunteers, tst, Iministrative Battalion Somersetshire. 

VT-. 07 Brigade Depot, BRISTOL. County, GLOUCESTER. 

ANU. Of. Lieut,',,,,,,/ c,,i„,,,!. Thomas Lynden Bell, 1 ! iFeb. 78. 

Paymaster. — James George, 21 May 3 ; Hb?i. Major, 12 Jan. 70. 
Quarter Master.— 
Line Regiments, 28th, 61st.— Militia, Smith Gloucester, North GlOUCi ti r 

Volunteers, ist Administrative Battalii dire, 1st Gloucestershire. 

T^r_^ QQ Briqade Depot, DEVIZES. County, Wiltshire. 

JLNU. OO. Lieutenant Colonel.— Henry Francis By thesea, ; April 78; Colonel, 1 April 73. 
Paymaster. Henry burke, 14 July 57; Hon. Major, to Aug. 6 

Quarter Master. — 

Line Eegiments, 62nd, 99th.— .MiZaia, tst Wilts, 2nd Wilis 1/,, /. 

Volunteers, tsl and ;nd Administrative battalion Wiltshire. 
T^T_ QQ liriqad, ■ Depot, DORCHESTER. County, Dorset. 
JLNU. OC7. Lieutenant Colonel.- Shurlock Henning, CB. 10 Nov. 77; Colonel, 25 July 70. 

Paymattt ,-. Henry Leigh, S Sept. 54 ; #«'<■ Major, 24 Nov. 64. 
Q«ar<w.afa«<er. - 

Zing Regiments, 39th, 75th. — Militia, tst Dorset, 2nd Dorset (/» &<■ )•<> 

Volunteers, ist Administrative Battalia Dorsetshire. 
"NTi-v AH Brigade Depot, WINCHESTER, temporarily at FORT ELSON. County, Hampshire. 
JLNU. T:U. Lieutenant Colonel.— George Thomas Gough, 18 July 77 ; Colonel, 6 June 76. 

Paymaster.— Augustus Frederick Braham, 31 Mar. 62 j Hon. Major, 29 Nov. 77. 

Quarter Master.— 
Line Reqimcnts, Z7lh, 67lh — Militia, ist Hampshiie, 2nd Hainp>hiiv (to he raised). 

Volunteers, ist, 2nd and 4th Adm. Batt. Hampshire, 1 Adm. Batt. Isle of Wight. 
■^T- AJ\ Brigade Depot, READING. County, Berkshire 

JLNU. JlJL. Lieutenant Colonel. — Joseph Jordan, CB. 17 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, n Jan. 76. 

Paymaster— Obc Willaus, 1 Dragoons (oeHnn), 5 Apr. 56; lion. Major, 5 Apr. 71. 
Quarter Master.— 
Line Regiments, 49th, 66th.— Militia, ist Berks, 2nd Berks (to he raisi d). 

Volunteers, ist Administrative Battalion Berkshire. 
"VT^ AO Brigade Depot, OXFORD. Counties, Oxford, Bucks. 

J.NU. *XZl. Lieutenant Colonel. -George I'M ward liayncs. to Nov. 77 ; Colonel, 30 March 72. 
Paymaster.— Robert Thompson, 1 Nov. 55; lion. Major, 1 Nov. 70. 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiments, 52nd, 85th.— Militia, Bucks, Oxford. 

Volunteers, ist Administrative Battalion Oxfordshire, ist Oxfordshire, ist Adminis- 
trative Battalion Buckinghamshire. 
•KT-. /[Q Briqade Depot, CHICHESTER. County, Sussex. 

JLN U. *±0. Lieutenant Colonel .--11, ,„ . I 'harles John Addiimton, 17 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 12 July 76. 
Paymaster.— Charles Edward Lennox, S May 67; Ron. Major, S May 77. 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiments, 35th, 107th.— Militia, n-t Sussex, 2nd Sussex (to he raised). 

Volunteers, ist Adm. Batt. Cinque Ports, ist and 2nd Adm. Batt. Sussex, 1 Sussex. 



Staff. — Sub Lint rids. 



l^r_ A A Brigade Depot, WARLEY. Comity, Essex. 



Lieutenant Colonel. — James Rose, 10 Nov. 77 ; Colonel, 14 Aug. 72. 
Paymaster. — Henry Duberly, 12 Nov. 47 ; -Uoh. Major, 1 Jan. 60. 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiments, 44th, 56th.— Militia, Essex Rirles, West Essex. 

Volunteer*, 1st and 3rd Adm. Batt. Essex, 5th and 9th Essex. 
VT A >|E Brigade Depot, CANTERBURY. County, Part of Kxm. 
JN U. TCO . Lieutenant Colonel. —Henry Holden Steward, 17 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 26 June 77. 

Paymaster.— Robert Champion Streatfeild, 8 June 5S; ifon. Major, 12 Aug. 
Quarter Master — 
Line Regiment, 1st and 2ml Batt. 3rd. — Militia, 1st East Kent. 2nd East Kent (to be raised) . 

Volunteers, 2nd Adm. Batt. Cinque Ports, 4th and 5th Adm. Batt. Kent. 
VT. A O Brigade Depot , MAIDSTONE. County, Part of Kiltst. 
JNO. T:0. Lieutenant Colonel.— Hales Wilkie, 2 March 78; Colonel, 31 Oct. 76. 

Paymaster.— William Macdonnell, 22 April 53 ; Hon. Major, 17 Sept. 63. 
Quarter Master — 
Line Regiments, 50th, 97th.— Mil ilia, 1st West Kent, and West Kent (to be raised). 

Volunteers, istand 2nd Administrative Battalion Kent ; 26th (4th attached) Kent. 



VT- Ar? Brigade Depot, KINGSTON. County. Part of 

JN O. *± I . Lieutenant Colonel.— John Sprot, 17 Oct. 



Sprot, 17 Oct. 77 : Colonel, 29 Jan. 75. 
Paymaster. — John Edward Large, S Aug. 51 ; Hon. Major, 8 Aug. 61. 
Quarter Master- 
Line Regiments, 31st, 70th.— JfittWa, 1st and 3rd Surrey. 

Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Administrative Battalions Surrey, 1st a»d 7th Surrey. 



"NT/-\ AQ Brigade Depot, GUILDFORD. Co» nty. Part of Surrey. 

JN O, tLO . Lieutenant Colonel.— George Dean Pitt, CJJ. 17 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 21 March 70. 

Paymaster.— Robert Hamilton Simpson, 12 Sept. 57 ; Hon. Major, 18 Aug. 71. 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiment, 1st and 2nd Batt. 2nd.— Militia, 2nd Surrey, 4th Surrey (ro ie rawed). 

Volunteers, 3rd a»d 4th Adm. Batt. Surrev, 2nd and 19th Surrey. 
"KT/-V ZLQ Brigade Depot, HOUNSLOW. County of Middlesex and Metropolitan. 
JN U. Tlt7' Lieutenant Colonel.— Robert Abraham Logan, CB. 5 May 77 ; Colonel, 17 Feb. 71. 

Paymaster. — Maurice Hartlaud Mahon, 5 Lancers (acting), 8 Mar. ,S ; Hon. Major, 8 Mar. 67. 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiment, 1st and 2nd Batt. 7th. — Militia, 2nd and 1st Tower Hamlets. 

Volunteers, 4th, 9th (iSth attacked), 40th, and 46th Middlesex. 
"NT/-» f^ Ci Line Regiments, 57th, 77th.- Militia, East Middlesex, London. 

JNU. U\J- Volunteers, 2nd and 7th Administrative Battalion Middlesex, 2nd, 5th, 7th, and 

29th Middlesex. 

NOS. 51. 52. m -A e De P ot ' WINCHESTER. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — Arthur Wombwell, 5 Dee. 77; Colonel, 1 Aug. 70. 

Paymaster.— Samuel Daniel, 30 Jan. 57 ; Honorary Major, 17 June 75. 
Quarter Master. — Duncan M'lntyre, 3 Mar. 56. 
Line Battalions, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Batt. 60th. — Militia, 2nd and 3rd Middlesex. ") 

Volunteers, 1st, 2nd. and 3rd London, 2nd, 4th, I Nos. 51 & 52. 
nth (1st attached), 19th and 20th Middlesex. ) 

Nos. 53. 54. 

Line Battalions, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Batt. Rifle Brigade. — Militia, 4th Middlesex. 

Volunteers, 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 26th, 28th, } 
36th, 37th, 38th, and 39th Middlesex. -Nos. 53 & 54. 
1st Administrative Battalion Tower | 
Hamlets, 1 st and 6th Tower Hamlets. ' 

SCOTLAND. 

"NTn ^ R Brigade Depot, INVERNESS, temporarily at FORT GEORGE. Counties, Orkney and Shetland, 
Xr% KJ. \J\J . Sutherland, Caithness, Ross and Ckomartt, Inverness, Nairn and Elgin. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — Duncan James Baillie, n Nov. 76; Colonel, 5 June 71. 

Paymaster— Sir Henry Dickonson Nightingale, Bart. 26 July 64 ; Hon. Major, 26 July 74. 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiments, 71st, 78th.— Militia, Inverness, Banff, Moray, and Nairn.— Ross, Caithness, Sutherland, and 
Cromarty. 
Volunteers, 1st Administrative Battalion Elgin, ist Administrative Battalion 
Invcrness-shire, ist Adm. Batt. Ross-shire, ist Adm. Batt. Sutherland. 
"NT/^ F^ CZ Brigade Depot, ABERDEEN. Counties, Aberdeen, Banff, Kincardine. 
llU. WW. Lieutenant Colonel.— Archibald Tisdall, 13 Feb. 78; Colonel, 1 Oct. 77. 
Paymaster — John Joyner, 29 May 65 ; Honorary Major, 29 May 73. 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiments, 92nd, 93rd. — Militia, ist Aberdeen, 2nd Aberdeen (to be raised). 

Volunteers, ist, 2nd and 3rd Administrative Battalions Aberdeenshire, ist Aberdeen- 
shire, ist Administrative Battalion Banffshire, ist Admin. Batt. Kincardineshire. 
"KT/-X K 17 Brigade Depot, PERTH. Countie', Forfar, Perth, Fife. 

AN U. \J I • Lieutenant Colonel. — Patrick Robertson-Ross, CB. 3 Feb. 75 ; Colonel, 2 June 70. 
Paymaster. — James Wray, 7 Nov. 57; Hon. Major, 14 April 71. 
Quarter Master.— 
Line Regiments, 42nd, 79th. — Militia, Perth, Forfar [to be raised). 

Volunteers, ist Administrative Battalion Fifeshire, ist and 2nd Administrative 
Batt. Forfarshire, ist and 10th Forfarshire, ist and 2nd Adm. Batt. Perthshire. 
"W"<^ CO Brigade Depot, STIRLING. Counties, Kinross and Clackmannan, Stirling, Dumbarton, Argyll, 
±S%\J. \JO. Bute, Renfrew. 

Lieutenant. Colonel.— Mostyn De la Poer Beresford, 17 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 14 June 77. 
Paymaster.— Thomas Huddlestone, 1 May 64; Hon. Major, 19 Oct. 76. 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiments, 72nd, 91st.— Militia, Stirling, Dumbarton, Clackmannan, and Kinross. — Renfrew. 

Volunteers, ist Administrative Battalion Argyllshire, ist Administrative Battalion 
Clackmannan, ist Administrative Battalion Dumbarton, ist, 2nd and 3rd Admi- 
nistrative Batt. Renfrewshire, ist Adm. Batt. Stirlingshire. 



Staff. — Sub District*. 122 

/"M" n CQ Brigade Depot, HAMILTON. County, Part of Lanark. 
A ' '-'• *** & • Lieutenant Colonel.— Somerset Molyneu.v Wiseman-Clarke. 17 Oct. 77; Colonel, 2 July 75. 

Paymaster.— Frederick FitzWilliam Trench Hobbs, 6 Dec. 64 ; Hon. Captain, 6 Dec. 69. 
I Quarter Master. — 

Line Regiments, 26th, 74th.— Militia, 1st Lanark, 3rd Lanark (to be raised). 

Volunteers, 1st and 4th Administrative Battalions Lanarkshire, 1st, 3rd, 4th and 5th 
Lanarkshire. 

W 60. 



No. 61. Brl9ade 



Line Regiments, 73rd, 90th.— Militia, 2nd Lanark, 4th Lanark (to be raised", . 

Volunteers, 3rd Adm. Batt. Lanarkshire, 10th, 25th, 31st and 105th Lanarkshire. 
Depot, GLASGOW. Counties, Aye, Wigtown, Kirkcudbright, Dumfries, Selkirk, 
Roxburgh. 

Lieutenant Colonel.— George Flower Herbert, 13 Aug. 79 ; Colonel, 6 Sept. 7S. 
Paymaster. — George Elliott, 18 Sept. 57 ; Ron. Major, 15 Feb. 71. 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiment , 1st and 2nd Batt. 21st.— Militia, Dumfries, Roxburgh, Kirkcudbright, and Selkirk; Ayr and 
"Wigtown. 
Volunteers, 1st A; 2nd Administrative Battali ns Ayrshire, 1st Administrative 
Battalion Dumfriesshire, 1st Administrative Battalion Galloway, 1st Ad- 
ministrative Battalion Roxburgh. 
"NTo f%0 Brigade Depot, GLENCROSS. Counties, Edinburgh, Peebles, Haddington.Berwick, Linlithgow. 
X^l Ui \J^l • Lieutenant Colonel. — John Thomas Dalyell, 23 Jan. 7S ; Colonel, 17 Apr. 72. 
Paymaster. — Charles Skrine, 1 Apr. 64; Hon. Major, 1 Apr. 74. 
Quarter Master.— 
Line Regiment, 1st and 2nd Batt. 1st. — Militia, Edinburgh, The Lothians (to be raised), 

Volunteers, 1st Admnstrtv. Battali. in Berwick, 1st (3rd attached) Edinburgh, 
1st Administrative Battalion Hal. i:n_" n. rst Administrative Battalion 
Linlithgow, 1st Administrative Battalion Midlothian, 1st Midlothian. 
IRELAND. 
"VT-^ OO Brigade Depot, BELFAST. Counties, Antrim, Down. 
1'"i UOi Lieutenant Colonel. — Vere Hunt Bowles, 17 Oct. 77 ; Colonel, 2S July 72. 
Paymaster.— Thomas Brvson, 5 April 50; Bon. Major, 5 April 71. 
Quarter Master.— 
Line Regiments, 83rd, 86th.— Militia, North Down, Antrim, South Down. 
"NT/^ dA. Brigade Depot, OMAGH, temporarily at EJJNISKILLEN. Counties, Londonderry, Donegal, 
llU. Ol, Tyrone, Fermanagh. 

Lieutenant Colonel.— Alexander Anthony Preston Browne, 14 Aug. 78; Colonel, 21 Aug. 72. 
Paymaster. — Edward Cattell, 1 Jan. 55; Son. Major, 15 Nov. 73. 
Quarter Muster- 
Line Regiments, 27th, 108th. — Militia, Fermanagh, Tyrone, Londonderry, Donegal. 
"^T-". (i K Brigade Depot, ARMAGH. Counties, Cavak, Monaghan, Armagh, Louth. 
J-N U. \J \J . Lieutenant Colonel.— Hon . Bernard Mathew Ward. 10 May 70; Colonel, 12 June 74. 
Paymaster.— Thomas Richardson Griffiths, S July 59'; Hon. Major, 8 July 74. 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiments, 89th, 94th. — Militia, Armagh, Cavan, Louth, Monaghan. 
*^T— . f\f\ Brigade Depot, NAAS. Counties, DuBinr, WlCHXOW, KlLDABE, Carlow. 
J-N VJ. UUi Lieutenant Colonel. — Nee<lham Thompson Parsons, 19 Dec. 77 ; Colonel, 24 July 77. 
Paymasti r. Richard Richardson, 12 Aug. 62; Hon. Major, 29 Dec. 73. 
Quarter Master- 
Line Regiments, 102nd, 103rd. — Militia, Carlow, Kildare, Wicklow, Dublin City, Dublin County. 

Brigade Depot, BIRR. Counties, Meath, Westmeath, Longford, King's County, Queen's 

I OIXTY. 

Lieutenant Colonel.— Edmund William Sargent, 17 Oct. 77; Colonel, 17 April 77. 
Paymaster. — Henry Potter, 7 Mar. 56 ; Hon. Major, 1 April 74. 
Quarter Master. — 
Line Regiments, 100th, 109th. — Militia, Longford, King's County, Queen's County, Westmeath, Meath. 
"M"f- 1 fiQ Brigade Depot, GALW AY. Counties, Leitrxm, Sligo, Roscommon, Mayo, Galway. 
J-N \J. VJO. Lieutenant Colonel. — e. George BagOt, 8 Jan. 76; Colonel, 3 Feb. 74. 

Paymaster. — Charles D'Oyly Forbes, 4 May 74 ; Hon. Major, 4 May 74. 
Quarter Matter. — 
meats, 87th, 88th. — Militia, South Mayo, Galway, Roscommon, Leitrim, North Mayo, Sligo. 
Brigade Depot, CLONMEL. Counties, Kilkenny, Tipperary, Wexford, Watekfobd. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Edward H. H. Foster, 23 Oct. 7S ; Colonel, 1 April 78. 
Paymaster- 
Quarter Muster- 
Line Regiment, 1st and 2nd Batt. 18th.— Militia, Wexford, North Tipperary, Kilkenny. 
"NT/~v (7A Brigade Depot, TRALEE. Counties, Limerick, Kerry, Cork, Clare. 
J-N U. I \J , Lieutenant Colonel. — William Andrew Armstrong, 1 May 78 ; Colonel, 26 April 76. 



No. 67. 



No. 69 



Paymaster. — 

Quart, r Mast, r. 

ie Regiments, 101st, 104th.- 



■Militia, South Cork, Clare, Keriw, North Cork, Limerick County. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF BRIGADE DEPOT STATIONS, 
With the numbers of their respective Sub Districts. 



56 Carlisle .... 

65 Chester .... 

16 Chichester . 

33 Clonmel .... 



Armagh 

Ashton 

Bedford 

Belfast 63 Derby 

Beverley 5 Devizee 

Birr 67 Dorchester 39 j Maidstone 

Bodmin 35 Exeter 34 ' Naas 



2 Hounslow 49 

iS Kingston 47 

43 Lancaster n 

60 ' Leicester 27 

26 Lichfield 19, 20 

3S Lincoln 30 

46 

66 



Bradford 10 Fleetwood 

Brecon .*... 25 Fort George 

Bristol 37 , Galway 

Burnley 15 Glasgow 

Bury 17 Glencross 

Bury St. Edmunds 32 Guildford 

Canterbury 45 Halifax 

Cardiff 24 Hamilton .... 



Newcastle 1 

55 Northampton 29 

68 Omagh 64 

61 1 Oxford 42 

.. 62lPerth 57 

48 I Pontefract 7,8 

9 ' Preston 12 

.59,60 Reading 41 



Richmond (Yorks.)... 

Shrewsbury 

Stirling 

Sunderland 

Taunton 

Tralee '■ 

Warley 

Warrington 13, : 

Warwick ; 

Winchester 40, 51 to ; 

Worcester j 

Wrexham 2 

Yarmouth : 

York ' 



1220 Staff. 

AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. 
New South Wales. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Lord A. W. F. S. Loftus. GCB. 3 May 79. Sydney. 

Aide de Camp Sub Lieut. A. P. B. Loftus, Denbighshire Yeomanry Cavalry. 

Victoria. 

Governor and Commander i:i Chief The Marquis o/Normanby, GCMG. 14 Nov. 74. Melbourne. 

Private Secretary 

South Australia. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Major General . Sir Win. F.D. Jervois.CB. GCMG. R.Eng.5 July 77. 

Aidede Camp Lieut. J. Jervois, R. Eng. 1 July 78. 

Western Australia 

Governor and Commander in Chief Major General Sir Harry St. George Old, KCMG. CB. r.f.p. R. 

Aidede Camp Lieut. St. John St. George Ord, R. Art. [Eng. 4 Dec. 77. Perth. 

Commandant Lt. Colonel E. D. Harvest, Staff Officer of Pensioners, 10 Aug. 72. 

Queensland. 

Captain Gene,;,! and Governor in Chief Sir Arthur Edward Kennedy, CB. KCMG. 6 Jan. 77. Brisbane. 

Aide de Ca„ij, 

Tasmania. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Frederick Aloysius Weld, CMG. 7 Sept. 74. Kobart Town. 

Aide de Camp and Private Secretary (with local! B fc Lt . Colone l w. H. St. Hill, 19 F. 17 July 77- 
rank of Colonel) 5 



Governor and Commander in Chief 

Aide de Camp 


NEW ZEALAND. 

Sir Hercules Geo. Robt. Robinson, GCMG. 4 Mar. 72. Wellington. 

Captain E. B. St. John, 35 F. 



BERMUDA. 

Governor and Commander in Chief..- Major General Sir Robert Michael Laffan, R. Eng. KCMG. 23 

Aide de Camp Lieut. F. Carpenter, 87 F. 20 Aug. 77. [Apr. 77. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Captain D. L. Brain, 4 F. 28 Oct. 78. 



CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sight lion. Sir H. Bartle E. Frere, Bt. GCSZ. GCB. 5 March 77. 

Military 8ecr, tary {with local rank of Major) ... Captain Henry H. Parr, 13 F. 31 March 77. 

Aide de Camp 

South Africa. 

Sigh Commissioner, Governor, and Commander in ) 

Chief of Natal, the Transvaal, and the lands - General Sir Garnet J. Wolseley, GCMG. KCB. 23 June 7;. 

adjacent ) 

Chief of the Staff 

Military Secreta-y Lt.Colonel H. Brackenbury, R. Artillery, 23 June 79. 

(Bt. Major H. M'Calmout, 7 Hussars, 6 Aug. 7S. 

Aide, de Cam,, ) Y<C E - F ' Lord Giffol-a > 57 F. 7 July 79- 

e,ae ^"" u } Captain E. L. Braithwaite, 71 F. 23 June 79. 

(Lieut. A. G. Creagh, R. Artillery, 23 June 79. 

Major General YC Hon. Sir H. H. Clifford, CB. KCMG. 

Aidede Ca,„p Lieut. R. F. Westmacott, 77 F. 11 March 79. 

Colonel on the Staff) Natal and Transvaal 

Commanding lioyal Artillery (Colonel on Staff) ... 

Brigade Major, lioyal Artillery Captain J. R. Poole. 

Commanding Royal Engineer ....'. Colonel F. C. Hassard, CB. 

Deputy Adjutant * Quarter Master Generals - C Colonel William Bellairs, CB. Unatt. 10 May 77. 

Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General... Major W. F. Butler. CB. h.p. 69 F. 

(p.s.c. Bt.Major H. Spalding, 104 F. 12 Dec. 76. 
Deputy Assistant Adj. <$- Quarter Master Generals 1 p.s.c. Captain W. R. Fox, R. Artillery. 

Natal. 

Lieutenant Governor Sir Henry E. Buhver, KCMG. Pietermaritzburg. 

The Transvaal. 

Administrator of the Government Sir Theophilus Shepstone, KCMG. 

Griqualand West. 
Administrator of the Government Colonel W. O. Lanyon, CB. CMG. 2 W. I. Regt. Kimberley. 

CEYLON. 
Governor and Commander in Chief Sir James Robert Longden, KCMG. 30 June 77. 

Aidede Camp Captain A. N. Hayno, 57 F. 4 Sept. 77. 

Major General on the Staff Major General W.'Wilby, CB. 7 Feb. 79. 

Aide de Camp 

Brigade Major .'..'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.' p.s.c. Captain A. D. Currie, 41 F. 4 April 79. 



CHINA AND HONG- KONG, AND STRAITS SETTLEMENTS. 

Commanding the Forces in China, and Lieut.Gov- ~) , r . _ , _, ,„ „ , 

emor of Song Komi < Major General E. W. Donovan, 3 June 78. 

Assistant Military Secretary '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. Major S. G. Huskisson, h.p. 80 F. 

Aide de Camj) Lieut. A. S. Drummond, Scots Guards, 14 June 78. 

China and Hong Kong. 

''"' ' ''"'"' ' ' """•'' '■ '" Chief of Song Kong... John Pope Hennessy, CMG. 13 April 77, 

:''■'' deCamp Major H. S. Palmer, R. Eng. n May 78. 

Brigade Major p , a , c . Captain T. S. St. Clair, 49 F. 26 Feb 76. 

Straits Settlements. 

[Including Prince of Wales' Island, Malar,;,, and Singapore.) 
Governor and Commander in Chief Sir William Cleaver Francis Robinson, KCMG. 4 Dec. 77 

-, '."'' * ',"""' [Singapore. 

BngadeMajor j>.».r. Captain A. M. Patcrson, 16 F. 

7 ""''""'"■"'"■ of / '<'" of ll „/,:■,■ Island Major General A. E. U.Anson, CMG., r.f.p. R. Art., 27 Feb. 67. 

lieut. Governor of Malacca 



Staff. i 2 3 

CYPRUS. 
High Commissioner and Commander in Chief {n-itin „ , ,„„..-,, 

h cal rank of Major General) \ .... ] Colonel R. Buldulpb, CB. R. Artillery, 23 June 79. 

Aide de Camp Lieut G. A. K. Wisely, R. Eng. 

Brigade Major p. s . c . Captain F. Luttman-Johnston, 65 F. 

C ommandi ng lloyal Engineer Lt.Colonel H. M. H. D. Dumaresq, R. Eng. 

EAST INDIES. 

Viceroy and Governor General Bight 'Hon. Zor<Z Lytton, GCB. GMSI GMIE 12 Feb 76 

Pp;:" fe Secretary ps.c. Colonel Sir George Pomeroy Coliev, CB.'cMG. KCSI. 2 F. 13 April 76 

Military Secretary ■p.s.c. Colonel T. D. Baker, CB. 18 Foot, 1 Nov. 78.— Com. a Brigade of the- 

Koorum Force. 
/3JC Captain Lord William de la Poer Beresford, 9 Lancers, 13 April 76 
Captain Aug. Fred. Liddell, Royal Artillery, 13 April 76. 
Lieut. Havcourt R. Rose, 34 F. 1 j May 76. 

Aides de Camp - Lieut. C. W. Muir, Bengal Staff Corps, 1 Aug. 79. 

Lieut. J. P. Brabazon, 10 Hus. {extra), i Dec. 77.— Brigade Major, Cabul 
.Lieut. C. Herbert, Staff Corps {e.itra), 27 May 78. [Force 

\ Captain R. Pole-Carew, Coldst. Guards [extra), 2 Feb. 79.— On Field Service' 

Surgeon Staff Surgeon Major Oliver Barnett, 4 May 72. 

Commander i ,, < hi,f General Sir Frederick Paul Haines, GCB. GCSI. CIE. 104 F 10 Vrjril 76 

Military Seer, ton, Colonel R. Preston, CB. 44 F. 16 Sept. 76. 

Persian Interpreter Colonel H. Moore, CB. CIE. Bombay Staff Corps, 10 April 76. 

(Captain H. G. Grant, 7 S F. 10 April 76.— Brigade Major, Koorum Force. 

Aides de Camp - C»ptain H S. Gongh, 10 Hussars, 21 Nov- 7 6. 

1 Lieut. G. Haines, o F. 17 Oct. 77. 

[ Captain H. B. MacCall, 60 F. 12 Nov. 77. 

Surgeon Stiiff>.n. u Major A. F. Bradshaw, 10 April 76. 

Chief of the Staff of the Army in India . Major 1 !, m ral Sir P. S. Lumsden, KCB. CSI. Bengal Staff Corps. 

Adjutant General's Department at Head Quarters. 
A '-"m':!„ '<■",' t, l"'^. 10 "' 1 ..^.. .?} Colonel «• »■ Greaves, CB. h.p. 7 o F. 

Deputy Adjutant General 

Deputy Adjutant General of Artillery ... Colonel A. H. Murray, 6 Feb. 77. 
Assistant Adjutants General. 

Bt. Lt.Colonel Eteson, 3 F. 10 Dec. 77 Simla. 

Major .J. D. Dyson-Laurie, 34 Foot Meerut. 

Colonel A. G. Forsyth, Bengal Stafl Corps, iS June 75 Allahabad. 

Major Henry Thompson, liengal Staff Corps, 1 Dec. 76 Sirhind (Umballa). 

1 Solonel T. E. Ciordon, C.ST. Bengal Staff Corps, 20 Mar. 78 Brig. Gen. with Koorum Force 

Major J. Goldie, 6 Dr. Gds. 13 May 78 Simla. 

Lt.Colonel M. C. Farrineton, 51 Foot, 30 Nov. 77 Oude (Lucknow). 

p.t.c. Bt.Lt.Colonel G. Hatchcll, 60 Foot, 12 Sept. 79 Rawul Pindee. 

Bt.Lt.Colonel W. Galbraith, 85 Foot Cabal Force. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutants Ge 

Captain G. R. J. Shakespear, Bengal Staff Corps, 1 Dec. 76' Simla. 

Captain W. J. Boyes, 12 F. 15 April 77 Rohilcund District.— Khyber Line Fores. 

Eastern Frontier District. 

Captain G. T. llalliday, late 4 Cavalry, 13 May 76 Presidency District. 

h.s.c. Bt. Major A. G. \V 1 111. 7 S Gwalior District. 

Major G A. Way, l.inoilMa! r,,r,,s Saugor District. 

Captain H. II. P. Gilford, 13 Hussars Peshawur District.— Khyber Line Force. 

Quarter Master General's Department at Head Quarters. 

Quarter Master General 

Deputy Quart, r Master General Colonel C. C. Johnson, CB. Bengal Staff Corps, 26 April 75. 

Assistant Quarter Master General Colonel!'. M. Mad '.rigor, CB. CSI. CIE. liengal Staff Corps -4 Feb ik 

1>.A. & D.Q.M.G. Cabul Force. 
Assistant Quarter Master Generals of Division. 

Lt.Colonel W. S. A. Lockhart, lad- 44 liengal X.I. 22 Juue 75 On Field Service. 

)i.s.c. Bt.Lt.Colonel E. F. Chapman. Royal Artillery, 31 Dec. 76 Candahar Force. 

Bt.Ll Colonel G. E. L. S. Sanford, R. Engineers, iFeb. 78 On Field Service. 

.Major 11. Colh tt, Bengal Staff Corps Meerut Division.— Cabul Force. 

Deputy Assistant (Quarter Master Generals. 

Bt Major B. A. Combe, 10 Hussars, 8 Aug. 79 Cabul Force. 

P.t.Maior R. Mo: >i Stewart, Royal Artillery, S Jan. 77 Candahar Force. 

Captain M. J. King-Harman, Bengal Staff Corps, 20 April 77 Simla. 

Captain Hon.C. Dutton, S5 F. 20 Nov. 77 Khyber Line Force. 

Bt.Major R. G. Kennedy, bengal Staff Corps, S Feb. 76 Cabul Force. 

Bt.MajorA. A. A. Kinloch, 60F. 5 April 78 Khyber Line Force. 

p.s.c. Captain 11. S. Brownrigg, Kiilo Brigade, 1 June 78 Allahabad Division. 

Captain A. Gaselee, Bengal Staff Corps Candahar Force. 

Linit. c. H. M. Smith, 3 Sikh Infantry Cabul Force. 

Lieut. E. Burrell, 85 Foot Cabul Force. 

Lt.Colonel H. M. Wemyss, Bengal Staff Corps Khyber Line Force. 

Captain C. A. Carthew, 16 Bengal Cavalry Khyber Line Force. 

Lieut. F. C. Maisey, Bengal Staff Corps Khyber Line Force. 

Captain W. Hailes, Bengal Staff Corps Khyber Line Force. 

Captain A. B. Stopford, Royal Artillery Sm'd Reserve Brigade. 

Bengal. 

Commanding Sirhiml Division Lieut.General W. T. Hughes, CB. Bengal Staff Corps, 31 Jan. 79. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. G. T. Campbell, 60 Foot. 

Commanding Candahar Force Lieut.General Sir D. M. Stewart, KCB. Bengal Staff Corps, 1 April 76. 

Aid, de < 'amp Major M. Protheroe, Madras Staff Corps. 

Com rj 1 rut Division Major General R. O. Bright. CB. 21 Oct. 78. — Com. Khyber Line Force 

Aid lei 1 Captain J. H. Barnard, CMG. 101 F. 22 Oct. 78. 

Commandi / lllahabad Division Major General R. Hume, CB. 

Aide de Camp Captain E. H. C. Braddon, 55 Foot. 

Command!,,, / ltan-ul Pindee Division ViE Lieut. General Sir Fred. Francis Maude, KCB. 12 Nov. 75. 

Aidede Camp 

Commanding Uude Division Lieut.General Charles Cureton, CB. Bengal Staff Corps, 22 Oct. 73. 

Aide de Camp 

Commanding ( abnl Field Force ( t cithl YC Major General Sir F _ g. Robertg) X CB. R. Artillery. 
rank of Lieut. General) j " ' J 

Aide de Camp Captain G. T. Pretyman, R. Artillery. [Line Force 

Inspector General of Artillery for India Brigadier General C. G. Arbuthnot, CB. 13 Sept. 78.— Com. a Brig. Khyber 

Brigade Major Major A. D. Anderson, Royal Artillery, 29 March 78. 



i2^a Staff. 

Commanding Fihst Class Brigades (6). 

Brigadier General C. C. G. Ross, CB. Bengal Staff Corps, 19 July 75 Presidency District.— Sick Furl. 

Brigadier General J. E. Michell, CB. R. Artillery, 9 March 77 Rohilcund District. 

Major GeneralJ. Ross, CB. 27 June 75 Peshawur Dist.— On Field Service. 

Brigadier General J. L. Nation, Bengal Staff Corps, 9 Oct. 77 Eastern Frontier District {Stullonu). 

Major General H. R. Browne, 14 June 7=. Saugor District. 

Brigadier General W. Gordon, Bengal Staff Corps, 29 Oct. 78 Gwalior District. 

Commanding Second Class Brigades. 

Y€ Brigadier General H. T. Macplierson, CB. Bengal Staff Corps, 15 April 76 Rawul Pindee.— Cabul Force. 

Brigadier General J. I. Murray, CB. Bengal Staff Corps, 20 April 77 Mooltan. 

Brigadier General A. H. Col.be, CB. b.p. 17 Foot, 14 June 79 Agra. 

Brigadier General R. J. Hughes, h.r>. 63 Foot Candahar Force. 

Brigadier General C. H. Palliser. CB. Bengal Stuff Corps Candahar Force. 

JTg Brigadier General J. A. Tvtler, CB. Bengal Staff Corps Cabal Force. 

Brigadier General R. Barter. Bengal Staff Corps Candahar Force. 

Brigadier General W. G. Dunham Massy, h.p. 5 Lancers, 10 April 79 Cabul Force. 

Brigadier General T. E. Gordon, CSI. Bengal Staff Corps Cabul Force. 

Brigadier General J. Doran, CB. Bengal Staff Corps Khyber Brigade. 

V£ Brigadier General C. J. S. Gough, CB. Bengal Cavalry Khyber Line Force. 

y.s.c. Brigadier General T. D. Baker, CB. iS Foot Cabul Force. 

Brigadier General F. H. Jenkins, CB. Bengal Staff Corps Cabul Field Force. 

Brigadier General C. G. Arbuthnot, CB. Royal Artillery Khyber Line Force. 

Brigadier General W. Creagh, Bombay Staff Corps Sind Reserve Brigade. 

Brigade Majors. 

Lucknow. 

Major J. S. Irvine, late 2 Cavalry, 16 Jan. 76 Agra. 

p.$.e. < laptain H. T. Jones, 81 Foot, 18 Feb. 76 Umballa. — Cabul Force. 

Captain W. G. Thomas, 25 F. 20 July 76 Cawnpore. 

Captain W. W. H. Scott. Bengal Infantry, 25 Oct. 77 Meean Meer. 

Captain G. A. White, 40 F. 25 Oct. 77 Allahabad. 

Captain A. Fitzgerald, Bengal Infantry, 26 April 78 Mooltan. 

p.s.c. Major A. L. H. Holmes, Bengal Staff Corps, '9 March 77 Meerut. 

Captain H. R.Young, 39 Foot, 30 May 78 Rawul Pindee. 

Captain W. C. Farwell, Bengal Infantry Cabul Force. 

Bt.Major G. de C. Morton, 6 "Foot Cabul Force. 

Lieut. J. P. Brabazon, 10 Hussars Cabul Force. 

Captain C. M. Stockley, 9 Foot Candahar Force. 

Bt.Major H. R. Abadie, 9 Lancers Candahar Force. 

Captain M. H. Nicolson, Bombay Infantry Candahar Force. 

Captain H. P. Pearson, 12 Foot Khyber Line Force. 

Captain E. M. Larminie, R. Engineers Candahar Force. 

1 'aptain H. G. Grant, 78 F Cabul Force. 

Y€ Bt.Major J. Cook, Bengal Staff Corps Khyber Line Force. 

Captain M. G. Gerrard, 2 Central India Horse Khyber Line Force. 

Assistant Adjutant General for Musketry. 

Major W. C. Mackinnon, 3 Foot, 20 May 78 Chief Insp. Army Head Quarters. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals for Musketry. 

Captain C. F. Gleig, 22 Foot, 10 Aug. 75 " Sth Circle, Abbottabad. 

Captain W. P. Hodnett, 54 Foot, 26~May 74 3rd Circle, Lucknow. 

Captain J. T. Turner, 73 Foot, 3 Nov. 75 4th Circle, Meerut. 

Major E. Beddy, Bengal Staff Corps, 16 Aug. 77 6th Circle, Meean Meer. 

Bt.Major C. K. Chatficld, 51 Foot, 10 June 78 5th Circle, Umballa. 

Captain A. I. Shepherd, Bengal Staff Corps, 14 May 79 2nd Circle, Allahabad. 

Captain H. M. Carter, 62 Foot 7 th Circle, Peshawur. 

Captain F. W. Nicolay, Bengal Staff Corps 1st Circle, Dum Dum. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General of Artillery. 

Captain M. H. Saward, 5 Nov. 77 Simla. 

Director of Garrison Instruction in India. 

Major A. S. Hunter, Royal Artillery, 1 July 74 Army Head Quarters. 

Chief Instructor. 

Umballa. 
Garrison Instructors. 

f.'.c Major ( '1 arles Alfred G^rham, Royal Artillery, n June 75 Lmballa.-Dep. JudgeAdv. Klivl ler 

Major \S\ Smith, Royal Artillery, 30 June 75 Rawul Pindee. [Div 

Licutenant Horatio Holt Hart, Royal Engineers, 1 Sept. 78 .. .. Lucknow 

.Main i, t ,. 1L( . ] oisinand, 50 Foot, 6 June 77 .' .'.'.'...' Mhow. 

p.s.c. Captain G. L. L. Taylor, 16 Foot, 7 June 77 Poona 

Captain P. AY'. Watts, iS Foot, ji Sept. 77 Bangalore. 

Captain H. Gunter, 73 Foot, 5 Sept. 70 Agra. 

Inspector of Gymnasia in India.— Bt.Major H. J. Hallowes, 15 F. S Sept. 76. On Field Service. 

Madras. 

G T'''"T V. , The D"** °f Buckingham and Chandos, GCSI. CIE. 23 Nov. 75. 

Private Secretary Captain Pnilip James Hankin, Royal Navy. 23 Nov. 75. 

MiUtary Secretary Major G. B. B. Hobart, Royal Artillery, 23 Nov. 75. 

, . . . _ ( Lieut. J. Gordon, S9 Foot, 1 Dec. 75. 

Aides ae Camp J Lieut. A. ,1. English, 14 Hussars, 3 Feb. 79. 

(Lieut. H. P. G. Langton, 72 Foot (extra). 

s '"^<'"" Surgeon Major John Mackenzie, MD. 1 Apr. 77. 

Governor's Body Guard. 
Major,! y. ('. Galloway, late 4 Cavalry, Commandant, 1 Mar. 76. 
Lieut. C. 1!. Simpson, Madras stair Corps, Adjutant, 19 Feb. 77. 
•■ |il '- 1 :i - M ''J"- s - H- Hunt, in medical charge, 19 Dec. 76.— Furlough. 
Surgeon Man 1 .1. B. Thomas, otlieiating in medical charge. 
„ , . __ Vet. £ ' "•-'• \Y''*tcrn, in veterinary charge, 22 Dec. 75. 

"• '" rl, "'f General Sir Neville B. Chamberlain, GCB.GCSI., 2 Feb. 76. 

Military Seen tury 

Atdeide Camp ( Captain F. M. Onslow, Madras Cavalry (Interpreter). 

Adjutant General's Department at Head Quarters. 

Adjutant Oeneral p.t.e. Brigadier General F. W. Jebb, h.p. 67 F. 28 An» 77 

Deputy Adjutant General Colonel A. R. Clephane, Madras Staff Corps, 3 Dec. 76. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals (!,'"!"" ( '! !/ s' Trevor, Royal Artillery, 27 April 76.— Sick Furlough. 
t Colonel O. .:_ -, ?cer Bereafoi-d . y.. Iras Staff Corps, 15 Sept. 76. 



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QUARTER MASTER GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT AT HEAD QUARTERS. 

Quarter Master General Brigadier General H. H. O'Cormell, Madras Staff Corps, 6 Nov. 76.— 

Member of Array Commission, Simla. 
Deputy Quarter Master General Major J. Ewing, Madras Staff Corps, 20 Nov. 7S. 

Divisional Staff. 

' , \ MJys <re Division Major General W. Payn, CB. 21 April 79. 

.1 '. •'. 1 Lieut. G. Bourke, B,. Art. 7 May 74. 

( '0 ,, in i ■ 1 11 ; lerabad Subsidiary Farce Major General A. W. Macintire, CB. R. Artillery, 21 June 76. 

Aidi it Camp Lieut. G. S. Jones, R. Artillery, 15 April 77. 

Commanding British Jiurmah Division Major General A. K. Gore, Madras Staff Corps, 1 Sept. 75. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. C. W. Gore, 76 F. 2 March 75- 

Assistant Adjutant Generals of Divisions and Forces (3). 

Colonel Thomas Dyer, Madras Staff Corps, 17 Oct. 76 Mysore Division. 

ColonelD. Standen, Madras Staff Corps, 14 April 77 British Barman Division. 

p.s.c. Captain St. V. A. Hammick, 43 P. 16 April 77 Hyderabad Subsidiary Force. 

Assistant Quarter Master Generals of Divisions and Forces (3). 

Colonel Robert Henry Bolton, Madras Staff Corps, 20 Nov. 74 Hyderabad Subsidiary Force.— Furlough. 

p.s ■■. 1 aptain 0. If. Walsh, 44 Foot, 20 Oct. 76 British Burmab Division. 

Captain D. J. S. M'Leod, Madras Cavalry, 12 March 78 Mysore Division. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master Generals of Divisions and Fares {4) 

Major A. R. Kenney-Herbert, Madras Cavalry. 4 April 76 Malabar and Canara District. 

Major R. S. Robert's, Madras Staff Corps, 2.-, Nov. 77 Nagpore Force.— Furlough. 

Major E. H. Byre, .Madras StaffCorps, 12 March 78 Ceded Districts. 

Maji r A. G. Hutchins, Madras Inf. Centre District. 

Commanding First Class Brigades (4). 

Major General T. Raikes, CB. 1 Jan. 75 Centre District. 

Brigadier General F. G. Kempster. Madras StaffCorps, 27 June 76 Ceded Districts. 

her General E. F. Burton, Madras Stall' Corps, 1 . Uec. 70 Malabar and Canara. 

General G. F. de Berry, h.p. Brigade Depot Nagpore Force. 

Commanding Second Class Brigades (2). 

Soul hern District. 
Northern District. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals (6). 

Major J. Macgregor Kerr, Madras Ca i-alry, 21 Oct. 75 Centre 1 list rift. — Furlough. 

Captait i'. Bowlby, 48Fbot, 21 Dec. 75 Ceded Districts. 

Captait II R. Hope, Madras Cavalry, 19 June 76 Northern!' rict. 

Soui hern 1 dstrict. 

Major George Rowlandson, Madras Staff Corps, 2 Aug. 77 . ... Nagpore Force. 
Major Curtois, Gen. List, Cav. 23 Dec. 77 Malabar and Canara. 

Assistant Adjutant Gt neralfor Mas',-, try. 
A. \V. O. Saunders, 21 F. 22 Nov. 76 Chief Inspector, 1st District, Mysore Div. 

Dep nty Assistant Adjutant Generalsfor Musketry. 

1. ,07 Foot, 1 Dec. 75 2nd District, Nagpore Force, Ac.— Furlough. 

Major Edmund Austin, Madras StaffCorps, 10 Dec. 78 3rd District, British Burmah Division. 

Bombay. 
Governor Sir Richard Temple, Bart., GCSI. CTE. 30 April 77. 

s, ,,;_>, in/ Charles Kdward liuekland, BA. Bengal Civil Service, 1 May 77. 

.'.' ' >■ -r.tarij Captain E. S. R ivett -Carnac, 11 BussarS, 1 May 77. 

Lieut. J. s, Frith, R 1 Lrl llei . May 77. — Sick Furlough. 
,., , _ Lieut. 1>. C. i>i ."..■•:, 1: .ai ,\ ■•, iv, 1 May 77. 

AvdesdeCamp , Lieut. W. A. Cho.. . 1; ■. a . ; :. , ', < . April 78. 

I Lieut. A. W. 1 Rad< Be, Bengal Staff Corps, 10 March 73. 

O idant of the Body Guard ... Captain A. Curri . B mba: I a al . 1 May 7.;.— Furlough. 

Sun/eon Surgeon George Watu . B mba ed D lart. 1 May 77. 

mder in Chief Lieut. Genera] Eenr; James Warre, CB. 9 Oct. 78. 

Military Secretary Colonel. I. P. Cox, h.p. 1!. Engim 

... . r , ( Captain A. G. Spencer, <;S F. Oct. 78 (Interpreter). 

o^Camp (Lieut, CT Barrow, 6 F. I Oct. j . 

Adjutant General's Department lt II i \n Quarters. 

.1 ljutant General Brigadier General 11 F. Brool e, h.p. 109 F. 1 ; Nov. 77 . 

/ A<U>'tant General I a. Colonel A. Wardmp, IJombay Si a II' Corps, 5 Oct. 74. 

,..-..... .„ , f Colonel E. A. Green, Bombay Staff Corps, s Aug. 76. 

t Adjutant Generals , r, t . Co lonel T. N. Holberton, R. Artillery, i Jan. 79. 

Quarter Master General's Department at Head Quarters. 
Quarter Master General ' ralG R. S. Burrows, Bombay Infantry, 28 Sept. 74. . 

Quarter Master Genera! Colonel A. G. P. Hogg, IJombay StaffCorps, 2 Feb. 75.— On special duty. 

Divisional Staff. 

Commanding Mhoiv Division Lt. General John Forbes, CB. Bombay Cavalry, 5 Jan. 76. 

.1 , .■ ,/, (..(„.,' Captain J. Angus, 6 q Foot, 15 March 76. 

r ... ■';',/ 1.1 .\ ■.rt't, ru Division I, t. General .1 W. Schneider. CB. llombay Infantry, 25 June 72. 

Ca > Lieut. R. W. I'. Lod, vick, 28 Foot, 27 Aug. 77. 

1 . . Ihrision Major General J. M. Primrose, CSI. 1 Apr. 77. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. E. O. F. Hamilton, 2 Foot, 17 June 78. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals of Divisions ( ). 

p-s e Bt. Maior G. G. Beazley, S-, Foot., 22 July 75 MhowDivision.— SickFurl. 

Lt.Coli <■' VV. Hicks, Bombay stall' Corps, 3 Dec. 77 Poona Division. 

Ma r E. Cuuninsham, Bombay StaffCorps Northern Division. 



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Assistant Quarter Master Generals of Divisions (3). 

Lt.Colonel B. H. Pottinger, Roval Artillery, 13 Oct, 75 Poona Division. 

Major F. J. S. Adam, Bombay Staff Corps, 1 Nov. 77 Bombay District. 

Major "W. B. Colvin, 7 Foot, 29 Nov. 7 S Mhow. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master Generals (3). 

Major John Jopp, Bombay Staff Corps, 4 Dec. 74 , £ O0I i a Div i. sion - , „ „ 

( Bombay Dist — D.A. Q. M. 
Captain A. B. Stopford, Royal Artillery, 16 Feb. 7 S | Gen sind Reserve Brig. 

Captain J. T. Watling, Bombay Staff Corps, 29 Nov. 7 S Northern Division. 

Commanding First Class Brigades (2). 

Brigadier General C. T. Aitchison, CB. Bombay Staff Corps, 23April 77 Bombay District. 

Brigadier General G. T. Brice, h.p. 17 Foot, 23 Jan. 79 Belgaurn District. 

Commanding Second Class Brigades (4). 

Sind District. 

Brigadier General Robert Phayre, CB. Bombay Staff Corps, 21 April 75 {frontier Bri7ade. mlnand " 

Brigadier General H. H. A. Wood, CB. Bombay Staff Corps, 3 Nov. 76 Deesa. 

Brigadier General F. A. E. Loch, CB. Bombay Staff Corps, 24 April 77 Aden. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals. 

Major R. M. Lloyd, Bombay Staff Corps, 19 Aug. 76 .' Belgaurn District. 

Ma';or C. A. Cuningham, Bombay Staff Corps, Jan. 77 Sind District.— Sick Furl. 

Captain W. Cooke-Collis, S3 F. y Jan. 78 Bombay District. 

Brigade Majors (4). 

p.s.c. Brevet Mai or 0. J. Burnett, 15 Foot, 21 Nov. 76 .' Poona.— Sind ReserveBrig 

Major J. G. Watts, Bombay Staff Corps, 28 April 77 Aden. 

Major H. J. Stock, Bombay Staff Corps, 24 Dec. 77 , Nusseerabad.— Furlough. 

Captain A. R. Heyland, Bombay Staff Corps, 9 Jan. 78 Deesa. 

Assistant Adjutant General for Musketry. 

Lt.Colonel W. A. Gillespie, Bombay Staff Corps, 26 May 74 istCircle.Chief Insp. Poona 

Deputy Assistant Adjutants General for Musketry. 

Captain C. J. Dyke, 108 Foot, 20 Oct. 75 2n d Circle.Mhovr. 

Captain H. E. P. Thomas, 15 F. 20 Nov. 78 3rd Circle, Belgaurn. 

Assistant Inspector of Gymnasia. 

Captain S. W. Tyndall, 68 Foot, 5 Dec. 74 Poona. 

FALKLAND ISLANDS. 
Governor and Commander in Chief. — J. Thomas Fitzgerald Callaghan, CMG. 18 May 76. 

GIBRALTAR. 

,„ . . „..- (General Lord Napier of Magdala, GCB. GCSI. Royal Engineers 

Governor and Commander in Chief -; IO Oct -6 

Assistant Military Secretary Lt.Colonel A. R. Lempriere, Royal Engineers, 31 July 77. 

... n f Bt.Major Joh. R. W. Napier, Bengal Stan Corps, 10 Oct. 76. 

Aides de Lamp Ip.s.c. Bt.Major G. J. Gilbard, 18 Hussars, 9 June 77. 

Commanding Brigade Major General David Anderson, 22 Oct. 78. 

Aide de Camp Captain T. E. G. Molvneux, 22 F. 22 Oct. 78. 

Assistant Adjutant 4- Quarter Master General Colonel F. R. S. Flood, CB. h.p. Brigade Depot, 27 Sept. 78. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Gen. (for Musketry)... Captain A. E. Pearse, 16 F. 23 Oct. 77. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Captain H. J. T. Hildyard, 71 F. 6 Aug. 78. 

Commanding Royal Artillery {Colonel on Staff) ... Colonel T. M. Harris. 

Brigade Major, Royal Artillery Captain H. M. J. Feilden, 1 July 77. 

Commanding Royal Engineer (Colonel on Staff) ... Colonel E. B. Ewart, CB. 1 Nov. 77. 

( Georce Bernard Morgan, 1 h.p. 77 F. 11 Dec. 60; Ens. it .July 54 ; 

Town Major \ Lt. c Nov. 54 ; Ca.pt. 3 Oct. 55; Bt.Major, 4 Dec. 71; Bt.Lt.Col. 

{ 11 Oct. 77. 

Garrison Quarter Master "William Foulkes Cottrell, 10 Nov. 77. 

Garrison Instructor p.s.c. Captain C. H. Boileau, 61 Foot, 9 Oct. 77. 

1 Lt.Colonel Morgan served the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege of 
Sebastopol, and capture of the Rifle-pits on the iSth April— contused (Medal with Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

MALTA. 

Governor and Commander in Chief c. General Sir Arthur Borton, KCB. 1 W. I. Regt. 13 May7S. 

Assistant Military Secretary Lt.Colonel D. M. M. Crichton, Gren. Gds. 21 May 78. 

Aides de Cam-o f *"-*- e - Lieut - R - Auk1 ' 5 F - 2 5 JI ay 7 S. 

Atdes de Lamp ( Captain A. C. Borton, 13 F. 25 May 78. 

Commanding Brigade Major General Eon. P. R. B. Feilding, CB. 1 Jan. 79. 

Aidede Camp Captain B. P. Cary, 35 F. 1 June 79. 

Deputy Adjutant 4- Quirfer Master General Colonel C. A. B. Gordon, h.p. 6o'F. 1 Jan. 80. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant 4" Qr.Mast. General... p.s.c. Captain B. M. Dawes, ico F. 7 April 77. 

Ditto [for Musketry) Captain W. A. Bridge, 21 F. 11 July 78. 

Brigade Major p s.c. Captain W. S. Cooke, 22 F. S Oct. 76. 

i,,i Royal Artillery (Colonel on Staff)... Colonel W. L. Dumaresq, 15 March 73. 

Brigade Major, Royal Artillery Captain H. A. Douglas, 1 July 77. 

Commanding Royal Engineer (Colonel on Staff) ... Colonel T. A. L. Murray, 26 May 79. 

Garrison Instructor p.o.c. Captain R. H. L. Brickenden, 42 F. 2 Oct. 75. 

JAMAICA (including HONDURAS). 

Captain General and Governor in Chief Sir Anthony Musgrave, KCMG. S June 77. 

Aid* de Camp 

1 the Staff c. Colonel J. Hackett.h.p. Brigade Depot, 11 May 78. 

Brigade Hajor 

Lieutenant Governor of Honduras Fred. Pal grave Barlee, CMG. 10 May 77 



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MAURITIUS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir George Ferguson Bowen, GCMG, 31 Hay 73. 

Private Secretary and Aide de Camp 

Colonel on the Staff 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Captain E. L. Clarke, 103 F. 1 July 78. 

DOMINION OF CANADA. 

Comprising all the Provinces within and adjacent thereto. 

Governor General of the Dominion of Canada The Right Eon. the Marquis o/Lorne, KT. GCMG Ottawa. 

Military Secretary Major F. W. De Winton, R. Artillery. 

Aidesde Camp J Lieut. Hon. C. Harbord, Scots Guards, 25 Nov. 78. 

i Captain V. Chater, 91 F. 25 Nov. 78. 



Lieutenant General c. General Sir P. L. M'Dougall, KCMG. 24 May 78. Halifax. 

Assistant Military Secretary Lt. Colonel F. W. Fremantle, Coldstream Guards, 24 May 78 

Aides de Camn (p.*.c. Lieut. J. C. Barker, R. Eng. 24 May 78. 

Aid,, ie Camp ^ . Caplain #,„ w F F m,t%-/p 4 May ,8 

Nova Scotia. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Captain J. Bougbey, 62 F. 1 May 76. 

Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General... i T (£Bt.Lt. Colonel A. S. Cameron, 25 F.31 March 78 ...Halifax, 

Town Major Major R. Nagle, h.p. R. Canadian Rifles, 19 Dec. 70 ...Halifax. 

Garrison Instructor p.s.c. Captain E. C. Milner, 18 F. 4 Aug. 77 Halifax. 

NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Commander Sir John H. Glover, Royal Navy, GCMG. 31 Mar. 76. 

Private Secretary and Aide de Camp p.s.c. Lieut. H. H. Morgan, R. Marines. 

SAINT HELENA. 
Governor and Commander in Chief Hudson Ralph Janisch, CMG. 

WEST AFRICA SETTLEMENTS. 

(At Sierra Leone and on the Gambia.) 
Governor and Commander in Chief Surgeon Major Samuel Rowe, CMG. 9 June 77 Sierra Leone 

A tm^nur. he .^ 

GOLD COAST COLONY. 

(Including Lagos and its Dependencies.) 

Governor and Commander in Chief Herbert Taylor Ussher, Esq. CMG. Accra. 

Lieutenant Governor of the (laid Coast and Admin-') ,„„. „ tj a , , r , •«;.. ■ c .„„ mm t 

istrator of the Government of Lagos j William Brandford Griffith, Esq., CMG. Lagos. 

WEST INDIES, &c. 

Commanding the Purees Major General D. J. Gamble, CB. 1 Oct. 78. Barbadoes. 

Assistant Military Secretary lit .Lt ( '..l'.i.el J. E. D. Hill, h.p. 63 F. 31 March 77. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. L. G. Fawkes, R. Art. 1 Oct. 78. 

Assistant Adjutant and Qr.Master General Bt.Lt.Colonel C. Steel, h.p. Unatt. 30 July 79. 

BARBADOES AND WINDWARD ISLANDS. 

a TarTlslands C ° mmander '" ChUf ° f ,he Wind -\ Major G. C. Strahan, CMG. late of R. Art. 2 Dec. 76 Barbadoes. 

/George Dundas, CMG. 31 Oct. 74 5/. Vincent. 

Augustus Fred. Gore, 29 Sept. 77 Tobago. 

Lieutenant Governors - Colonel Robert Wm. Harley, CB. CMG. late of 2 

West India Regt. 28 Sept. 77 Grenada. 

{ George William Des Voeux, CMG St. Lucia. 

ANTIGUA AND LEEWARD ISLANDS. 

Governor and Com. in Chief of Leeward Islands ... George Berkeley, CMG. 14 Nov. 74 Antigua 

/Alex. Wilson Moir, CMG St. Christopher 

0. M. Eldridge, Esq Dominica. 

Presidents \ Neale Porter, Esq Montserrat. 

Spencer Churchill, Esq Virgin Islands. 

I Nevis . 

TRINIDAD. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir Hen ry Turner Irving, KCMG. 7 S e pt. 74 Port of SpaJH. 

BRITISH GUIANA. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Cornelius HendericksenKortright,C3fff.i 4 3u\y 71 ... George Town. 



Garrisons. 

DUNCANNON FORT.— Fort Major, Lieut. Thomas Austin, 27 July 20. 
TOWER OF LONDON. 
Constable, 30EK Field Marshal Sir Charles Yorke, GCB.l Major, Major Gen G.B.Milman, CB 29 Aug. 70. 

Rifle Brigade, 16 March 75. Chaplain, Rev. Edw J. Rogers MA. h.p. 31 Jan. 77 . 

Lieut Lt General C. L. B. Maitland, CB. 22 July 76. I Surgeon, Dep.Insp. General W. F. T. Ivey, h.p. 1 Apr. 7 t. 

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Royal Military College and Staff College at Sandhurst. 



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Royal Military College. 

Governor.— General W. C. E. Napier, 1 Nov. 75. 

Commandant and Secretary— p.s.c. Colonel F. D. Middle- 
ton, h.p. 2q F. 8 Sept. 74. 

Chaplain— Rev. W. R. Beach, MA. 

Adjutant and Quarter Master.— John Davies, 26 Nov. 58. 

Surgeon— T. Fraser, 3fZ>. De^a/y Surgeon Gen. half pay 
10 April 77. 

.lsm<. Surg.— Surgeon Major J. Anderson, 6 Nov. 78- 

Biding Master.— Capt. Cha,. Clements Brooke, 2 12 Mar. 61. 



Instructors 
Fortification. " 



MILITARY PROFESSORS AND INSTRUCTORS. 

Professor of Fortification. —Major E. D. C. O'Brien, 
R. Eng. 16 Oct. 77. 

Major C. H. C. Halkett, R.Eng. 29 Aug. 72. 
Major R. H. Williams, R. Eng. 1 Sept. 73. 
Major B. 0. Seton, R. Eng. 11 Feb. 7 5- 
Capt. H. Cautley, R. Eng. n Feb. 75. 
Oapt. W. B. Hurst, R. Eng. n Feb. 75. 
Capt. K. R. Todd, R. Eng. 1 Sept. 77. 
Captain L. K. Scott, R. Eng. 25 Oct. 77. 
p.s.c. Lieut. H. T. Wing, 97 F. 2 June 79. 
Professor of Military Surveying— c. Bt.Lt.Colonel William 
Paterson, ] h.p.63F. 24 July 60; Ens. n Dec. 46; Lt. 13 
Oct. 51; Capt. p 25 Mar. 56; Bt.Major, 5 July 72. 

(Major E. A. Anderson, iS Foot, 27 Oct. 62. 
p.s.e.Maj. C.W.Fothergill,R.M.Art.iAug.68. 
Captain R. L. Leir, 31 F.- 30 Jan. 71. 
p.s.c. Capt. A.M. Delavoye, 56F. n Feb. 75. 
■ - , Captain H. E. Ganlter, 37 F. 26 May 75. 
:' n Military.' 
Surveying. 

'. " April 77. 

Bt.Major R. H. Rosser, 37 F. 15 Mar. 79. 
Xp.s.c. Capt.H. E.C.Kitchener,46F.nMar.79. 
Professor of Tactics, Military Administration and Law.— 

p.s.c. Capt. C. C. King, R. Mar. Art. 1 Mar. 78 
Instructors in Turtles, Military Administration and Law.— 
» s c Captain N. L. Walford, R. Art. n Feb. 7 5- 
p.s.c. Captain L. F. B. Cary, Rifle Br 19 Mar. 77. 
p s c Captain B. G. Hall, R. Marine Art. 21 June 77. 
psc Major H. M. Moorsom, R. Art. 1 Sept. 77. 
v»e Captain E. J. Courtenay, 35 P- 25 Mar. 78. 
p.s.c. Captain A. R. Savile, 18 F 13 Mar. 79. 
p.s.c. Captain A. G. Impey, 107 F..31 May 79. 
p.s.c. Captain W. H. Daniel, 15 F- 1 Sept, 79 



"•n p.g.c. Capt." C. H. Bunbury, 9* F. 25" Apr. 76. 
?• \ p.s.c. Capt. R. O. DeMontmorency, 83 F. 



Staff College. 
Commandant.-p.s.c. Colonel C. O. Creagh-Osborne, CB., 
h.p. Brigade Depot, n May 78. 

Military Art. and Sistor y. -p. s. c. ' Lt. Colonel T. E. A. 

Hall, h.p. 49 P- 2 4 Dec. 78. 
Fortification and Artillery.— 

Military Drawing and Surveying.— Bt.Lt.Colonel W. H. 

Richards, 55 P- 16 Oct. 78. rwinnoi 

mUiary Administration and Law.-p.s.c. Bt.Lt.Colonel 

C. Parsons, 3 P. 28 Mar. 74. 
Mathematics.— Rev. J.F. Twisden, MA. 
French— A. Aigre de Charente. | German.— C. Jeep. 
Hindostanee — Major F. Chenevix-Trench, 20 Hussars. 
Geology.— Thomas Rupert Jones, FBS..FGS 
Chemistry and Natural Philosophy. -Edmund Atkinson, 
Ph.D. FCS. 

Students. 
Senior Division. Junior Division. 

Captain C. Grove, 15 F. *Lt. W. Peacocke 

Lt. J. J. Leverson, R. Eng. *Capt. X D.Legard, R Art. 
Capt. G. M'Donald, R. Eng. Lt. H. Mitchell,_R. Eng. 
♦Capt. H. H. Crookenden, 

R.A. 
Capt. E. R. Elles, R. Art. 
Lt. J. R. J- Jocelyn, R. Art. 
Capt. R. Cooper, 13 P. 
*Capt. P. D. Jeffreys, 88 P. 
Lt. E. V. Huyshe, 41 P- 
Capt. A. G. Tidy, 5+ F- 
Captain P. G. Doyle, 2 Dr. 

Gds. 
Capt. P. Stringer, 23 P. 
Capt. A. J. O. Pollock, 21 P. 
Capt. J. C. R. Glasgow, 12 F. 
Capt.W.G.T. Bickford, R.M. 

Art. 
Lt. J. G. Ponsonby, 49 P- 
Lt. E. Nash, 44 F. . 
Capt. J. H. S. Craigie, 71 F. 
Capt. J. Spence, 102 F. 
Capt. C. W. Norton, 5 Lan- 



Capt. C. F. C. Beresford, 

R. Eng. 
Capt. R. A. Montgomery, 

R. Art. 
Capt.H. D. Dunlop,R. Art. 
Lt. F. W. Benson, 12 Lan. 
Bt.Major G. Barton, 7 F. 
Lt. G. F. Browne, 48 F- 
Capt. C. J. R. Fulford, 

Bengal S.C. 
Lt. F. W. Romilly, Scots 

Guards. 
Lt. G. M. Bullock, 11 F. 
Capt. J. T. Browne, 2cHus. 
Lt. W. A. Gough, 52 P. 
Capt. A. J. Paterson, 19 P. 
Capt.H.T.W.Allatt, 4 6F. 
Capt.C.P.Thomson,7 Hus. 
*Capt. A. W. Morris, 58 F. 
*Capt.E.T.H.Hutton,6oF. 
Capt. T. Prickett, 56 F. 
Lt. J. W. Godfray, 25 F. 



On Field Service. 



Lt.ColonelPaterson served with the 8othRegt. i in i he i Burme_se^ 

Captain Brooke served in the Osmanli Irregular Cavalry during the Crimean campaign (Turkish Meaalj. 



japture of Promc, repulse 01 tne > subsequent nigm, anaeK, rmiu „» ,.:''.,■ for ¥esn) 
-aoturo and destruction of two of the enemy's stockades beyond it (Medal with Clasp lor jregn . 

u apiUI J Oliuuco n„ m „„i: T^. Dm ,lQr f!o™lro A-nyincr tllP f'nillPnil Campaign (J UTl 



Royal Military Academy at Woolwich. 



■Frerident.-VUMi Marshal UBS. the Duke of -Cambridge, 
KG. KP. GCB. GCMG. GCSI. Commander Ml Chief, 

Gov^or.-Uent. General Sir John Miller Adye, XCB. 

JSSfS&JZttto W. D. Marsh, R. Eng. 

^Captain of the Company of Gentlemen Cadets. 
Major T. Van Straubenzee, R. Artillery, 6 Apr. 79. 

Lieutenants of the Company of Gentlemen Cadets. 
Lieut. E. G. H. Bingham, R. Artillery, 12 Oct. 75. 
Lieut. A. H. Callwell, R. Artillery, 4 June 79. 
Lieut. H. C. C. Walker, R. Artillery, 7 Oct. 79. 

Adjutant and Quartermaster. 
Captain F. W.Nind, Royal Artillery, 20 Sept. 77. 
Surgeon.— Surgeon Major E. H. Roberts, 9 Dec. 75. 

Chaplain and Classical Instructor. 
Rev. J. Bond, MA. 10 Feb. 75. . 

Professor of Mathematics and Mechanics. 
Morgan W. Crofton, BA. FES. 

Instructors of Mathematics . 
H. Hart, 19 March 73. 
EPS Tylecote, MA. 19 March 73. 
Captain G. C. Wynne, R. Art. 18 March 76 _ 

Professor of Fortification and Geometrical Drawing. 
Capt. K. M. Lloyd, R. Eng. 1 Oct. 76. 



Instructors of Fortification and Geometrical Drawing. 
Captain J. Gore Booth, R. Eng. 18 Mar. 73- 
Captain J. W. Savage, R. Eng. 20 Sept. 77. 
Captain W. G. Ross, R. Eng. 1 Oct. 76. 
Captain A. C. Ward, R. Eng. 1 Oct. 76. 
Professor of Artillery. 
Major J. Sladen, R. Art. 1 March 75. 

Instructor of Artillery. 
Captain R. Walkey, R. Art. 1 April 73. 

Assistant Instructor of Artillery. 
Captain C. Jones, R. Art. 20 June 79. 

Professor of Military History, 
p s.c. Captain S. C. Pratt, R. Art. 22 May 79. 

Professor of Military Drawing. 
Captain P. Roberts, R. Art. 20 Sept. 77. _ 

Instructors in Military Drawing. 
Captain A. G. Walker, R. Art. 18 Mar. 76. 
Captain V. P. Rowe, R. Eng. 20 Sept. 77. 
Captain W. St. G. Burke, R. Eng. 24 Sept. 79. 
Professor of Landscape Drawing.— Vita. Clifton. 
Professor of French— Mons. Albert Barrere. 
Professor of German— C. H. Schaible, Ph.D. MD. 
Professor of Chemistry and Physics.— C. L. Bloxam. 



Military Establishments. 
Army Pay Office. 
Paymaster General, Rt. Son. Stephen Cave, MP. 



Judicial Department. 

Judge Advocate General of the United Kinadon 

G. Cavendish Bentinck, MP. 
Deputy Judge Adoocate General, J. C. O'Dowd, 
Deputy Judge (SV't 2 ®' <f en - R - Carey, CB. 

Advocate,... \ Co1 ' J J*- Rockejh.p. :S P. 



.London 
London 



I p.s.c. Bt.Lt.Col. H. A.' Brett, 43 F. Dubl 
Office, 3s, Great George Street, Westminster. 



Army Schools. 

Inspector... Colonel A. C. Gleig, h.p. Royal Artillery. 

Sub Inspectors of Army Schools. 



Inspector of Regimental Colours. 
Sir Albert William Woods, Garter King of An 



John Belling 1 Apr 

Robert Kirk 1 Apr. 7 1 

William Savage. ..1 Apr. 71 
GeorgeRobertson 1 Apr. 71 

John Stewart 1 Apr. 71 

Thomas Earp 1 Apr. 71 

Charles Carnegie 1 Apr. 71 

Wm. Thacker 1 Apr. 71 

Edward Giles 8 June 72 

Edwin H.Rogers n Sep. 72 



Alfred Wolfe 14 Feb. 74 

Jas.E.Cartwright 14 Feb. 74 
Wm. Robinson... 1 4 Feb. 74 
Enoch Shipman 14 Feb. 74 
Thos. C.Sherwood 1 4 Feb. 74 
Samuel Goadby 14 Feb. 74 
W.M. MacKinder 24 Mar.75 
Jas. Hen. Carroll 22 Sep. 75 
Joseph Tapsell ... 1 Aug.77 
EdwardBramhall 6 Dec. 79 



Royal Hospital, Chelsea. 
Governor— General Sir Patrick Grant, GCB. GCMG 

78 P. 20 Feb. 74. 
Major $ Zt. Governor.— Colonel R. H. Gall, CB. h p 

14 Hussars, 1 March 74. 
Adjutant.— John James Charles Irby, 1 7 Sept. 55 ; Ens. 

p i7 Jan. 51 ; Zt. 8 Oct. 54 ; Cupt. 16 Jan. 63 ; lion] Major 

20 Mar. 78. ■ ' 

Secretary.— Major Gen. Geo. Hutt, CB. late of Bombay 

Army, 6 Mar. 65. 
Chaplain.— Rev. Sydney Clark, MA. h.p. 2 Feb. 78 
Physician and Surgeon.— J. A. M'Munn,- MD hi) Staff 

Surgeon, 4 Nov. 68. ' ' 

Deputy Surgeon.— Thomas Ligertwood,* MD. h.p. Staff 

Surgeon, ; 3 Jan. 60. 
Quarter Master.— William Barlow, 17 July 72. 
Captains of Invalids. 



Royal Military Asylum. 
Cc mmandant.— p.s.c. Colonel J. P. Battersby, h.p. 60 P 
Secretary andAdj utant.— Bt. Lt.Colonel Hugh Mackenzie 2 

h.p. i S F. 12 Feb. 73. 
Quarter Master.— William Macdonnell, 12 27 Aug 73 
Medical Officer.— Dep. Insp. Gen. J. B. S. Crosse> h!p. 
Chaplain.— Rev. Erasmus H. Goodwin, BA. 



John Harrison, TJnatt. 
J.VanderH.Rees.h.p. 40P 
J. W. Daniell, h. p. 101 F. 
Geo. Garland, h. p. 43 F. 



W.Hnmphry.h.p. R.Eng. 
Bt.Lt.ColonefA. Green, h.p. 
Rifle Brigade. 



Royal Victoria Hospital at Netley. 

Governor and Commandant.— Colonel R. C. Stewart, h n 
2F. 16 Jan. 78. * 

j Staff Capt. Sc Assistant. Commandant. — Colonel Wm 
Roberts Farmar," h.p. 75 Foot, 24 April 72. 
Adjutant.— Bolton James Alfred Monsell, 6 May 74- 
Ens. 7 Sept. 58 ; Zieut. P29 Oct. 61 ; Capt. p 2 o Apr 66 ■ 
111. Major, 31 Dec. 78. 
Paymaster.— Robert [Savery Rouse, 16 Apr. 58: Son. 
Major, 16 Apr. 73. 



Royal Hospital, Kilmainham. 
Master.— The Commander of the Forces in Ireland. 

Joint Dep. Masters ( J, he ^ e P ut ^ Ad -i- Gen - in Ireland, 
i The Dep. Quarter Master Gen. do. 
Captains on the Establishment. 

Captain George Cresswell, h.p. Unatt. 

Captain P. O'Callaghan, h.p. 13 P. 
Adjutant— Capt. W. M'Gill.s h. p. 79 P. 13 Nov. 68. 
Physician and Surgeon. — William Carte, 13 Au<* 58 
Chaplain.— -Rev. George Hare. 

Secretary, Registrar, and Treasurer.— Langrishe F. Banks 
Quarter Master.— Lieut. James Watson, h.p. Mil. Train ' 
Solicitor. — S. ^"^ ■"" — 



Military Prisons. 
Inspector General,— Col. Sir E.F. DuCane, ECB. R Eng 
Inspectors— W. F. Pagan, W. J. Stopford. H. Wakeford' 
Al.lcr.ilmt.— Gov., Col.W. H. 0. Wellesley, late of zo Foot 
Cork.— Gov., Major H. W. Campbell, late of 79 Foot 

M.\l. Off., Surgeon Major J. W. Johnston, h.p. 85 Foot 
Dublin.— Gov., Capt. D. F. Allen, late of 17 Foot 

Med. Off., 
Gosport.—Gov., A. P. Miller, late Captain 02 F. 

Med. Off. y 

Glencross— Chief Warder, J. Martin. 

Med. Off., Dep. Surgeon Gen. H. M. Fraser, MD., h p 
Malta.— Gov., H. C. Talbot, late Captain 43 F. 
Blue— Facings Red. 
Royal Hibernian Military School, Dublin, 
Commandant.— Go\an& L. S. Cotton," h.p. 63 F. I Quarter Master -Edwin Sherlock 

Secretary and Adj.-Bt.U.Colone\T. B. Speedy" Unatt. [ Suraeon.-Dep. Insp. Gen! £" H ° Baxter MD hp 

?^^ SPSS Ett^£2ttJ3&« 

SSSSMaStaTcFSSK 1 actlons m KaffirIaud aad the Colony; a,so on th * -SiAiffiSAfAS 

3 Doctor J. A. M'Munn served 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal) 



6e n r t C rnin',?. 1 .!'n'' , J'' n l U '- illll 1' m ated /mentioned in despatches, 

" Regiment throu 
Kafiirland and the Colony; also 

the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with 
n™«?° t0r i T ' ^rtw 00 ' 1 , served throughout the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma fmpr, 
^ n _t d . ^*SQ£*£S*l*9*. Inkerman, 1 f SebastopoHMedal with three Clasps, KnighTof the Leg^ of 

54-55. including the affair of 



Honor, and Turkish Medal). 
' Mr. Crosse served with the 



Rnl^n Cr ? S », SerV e Sd 1 wit V I ! e ,r th Hussars d 'irmfr the Eastern campaign of 
Bulganac, battles ot Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, ami Tchernava. si ' aSd Pal 



Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Tur^Med'arT"^' ""^ "* *" of Seba8to P o1 < Meda ' with four 

alsofnthS r j a *V*' 5th Class ° rthe Med -' idie - and Turkish ST) Served 

attack on V t 1 " campaign m 1858-59 including the action at Secundra, siege and capture of Lucknow 

Mihoorde e m~^hr!: °l Allygunge nttaek and capture of Bareilly, relief of Si,al,,ele„,pore, and pursiUtTo 
'coimefiluo, Le ,1Ue( ""f V'V'^ ilh! ' d ' att!lcknndca P tMeofthel,ortora a™P«™Kus S iah(:vI u da]withClasp) 
nresslon of ,' „1,' 7", r " ° de £ amp o to S "' • S - y,lue - v Cotton commanding the Peshawur Division in the Tup-" 
EZetL ,rrw!'f T« DEC ' , 857 t0 ltS terminatioa - Also served in the expedition on the Euzofeie 
Mun^ult ei , i V -m 1 ! 58, a, " was presCnt at the destruction of Chingalee, also at the destruction of 

sZS;i t m' ;, M c"7 ;lk ' : ? s " u the Mallal '»" d Mountain. Subsequently at the destruction of 

[1 despaiches (Medal with^lasP). ^ to tbe Hindostanee Fanatics on the heights above-mentioned 

vJlPV^ 1 ?. 1101 Spccdv st ' , : vi 1 '' 1 th0 campaigns of 1841 and 42 in Affghanistan with the 13th Light Infantry ard was 
n B of Man^o S^ I '," Si ^Tt ?^°° l ^ affair of Tezeen ' forcin " the J^clulluck Pass, reXc ion of The 
™,i L a 1 I ' deferce °, f Jellalabad, and sorties on the z 4 th Nov. and 1st Dec. .841, nth March, = 4 th March 
nPnL P fw ^ 2, „ and RCneral aCti0n and defeat of Akbar Khan pedals for Jellalabad and Cabool). ' 

•ftfcSffiterMr' 11 , ^r C ,°, th Re ^« Q * in the SutIe J campaign in ,846, and was present at the 
S^f™ Clbui ' a uh "- •''•"." -lAhwaKMednl, at which last action he was severely wounded in the right thi-h 
^ a S a P e -?,^ h ! lecal ; r y^gthe Queen's Colour. Served with the 82nd Regiment in the Indian campaign^ 
Fntwh'nr lc!n d ' f t" i"" S C :i """I lo . re on the 26th 27th and 28th November and 6th December, capture of 
S?te^ i Kankur capture of Bareilly, relief of Shahjehanpore, and actions around. The Company 

cap d t e u r re^f '^^S^S^ffiMS^'RW d6SPatCh *" ^ C ° DdUCt ^ "" ^^ N ° Vemb6r " ^ 
of Se&nol^w 61 ' J S mel ! serv ed in th0 KaiEr war of l8 5 2 "53 (Medal). Served in the Crimea, after the fall 
of Sebastopol, from iqth November 1855 to 4 th June 1856. Has the Medal for Long Service and Good Conduct. 

D + 2 



2 9 



Kcers Receiving Rewards for Distinguished or Meritorious Services. 



Genbbais. 
$J Bainbrigge, J. H., Unatt. 
Jg«a Smith, Thomas C, Unatt. 
Lieutenant Gbnebals. 
Airey, Sir J. T., KCS 
Alexander, Sir James Edward, CB. 
Ansell, A. F. 
ArmstroBg, J. W., CB. 
Baumgartner, K. J., CB. 
Call, G. F. S., CB. 
Claremont, E. S., CB. 
Clarke, G. C, CB. 
Clarke, W. ^^ 

Colborne, Son. Sir F., KCB. 
Cole, J. A. 
Conway, T.S., C.B. 
Creagh, J. B.,h.p. 48 F. 
Elmhirst, C, CB. 
Erskine, G. 
Ewart, J. A., CB. 
Foley, Son. St. Geo. G., CB. 
Fordyce, C. F., CB. 
Forrest, W. C, CJ?. 
Foster, C. J., CB. 
Greathed, Sir E. H., KCB. 
Hale, E. B., CB. 
Herbert, A. J., CB. 
Heyland, A. T., CB. 
Ingall, W. L., CB. 
Jeffreys, E. R., CB. 
Kelly, Sir R. D., KCB. 
Kelly, T. C, OB. 
Lacy, R. W. 
Lacy, T. E. 
Layard, W. T. 
Laye, J. H. 

Longden, H. E., CB. CSI. 
Macdonald, Son. James W. B., CB 
Macdonell, A., CB. 
Uffi Maude, Sir Fred. F., KCB. 
Maxwell, E. H., CB. 
Maxwell. G. V., CB. 
Parke, W., CB. 
Pattle, T., CB. 
Pratt, R., CB. 
Preston, W. R. 
Raines, J. A. R., CB. 
Rainey, H. G., CB. 
Roche, E. 
Rollo, Son. R., CB. 
Shadwell.L., CB. 
Shipley, R. Y., CB. 
Smith, J. "W. S., CB. 
Smyth, Sir E. Selby, KCMG. 
Somerset, E. A., CB. 
Stephenson, F. C. A., CB. 
Street, J. A., CB. 
Stuart, J. R., CB. 
Taylor, R. C. H., CB. 
Thackwell, J. E., CB. 
Walker, C. P. B.,CB. 
Warre, H. J., CB. 
Wells, S., CB. 
Whimper, F. A., CB. 
Whitmore, E. A..C.B. 
Wolseley, Sir Garnet 3.,KCB.,GCMG 

Majob Genbbals. 
Addison, Thomas, CB. 
Alison, Sir A. Bart. KCB. 
Annesley, S. F. C. 
Aplin, J.G. R. 

Bayly, Paget, r.f.p. Br. Depot. 
Best, R. M. 

Bingham, G. W. P., CB. 
Browne, A. CB. 
Budd, R. 
Burton, F., CB. 
Butler, P. A., CB. 
Carey, R.. CB. 

Chelmsford, F. A., Lord, KCB. 
Yt Clifford, Son. H. H., CB. 



Conolly, J. 

Cox, J. W.. CB. 

Cureton, E. B. 

Currie, R. H. r.f.p. 39 F. 

Donovan, E. W. 

Drysdale, Wm., CB. 

Dwyer, J., r.f.p. 14 F. 

Eagar, R. J. CB. 

Elrington, F. R., CB. 

Fyers, W. A., CB. 

Glyn, J. R. CB. 

Gordon, C. E. P., CB. 

Gordon, C. H., CB. r.f.p. Depot Batt. 

Gordon, W., CB. 

Grierson, H. 

Hamilton, H., CB. 

Hamilton, H. M., CB. 

Hawley, R. B., CB. 

Hope, Wm., CB. 

Knox, R. 

Knox, T. E., CB. 

Lightfoot, T., CB. 

Loftus, W. J., CB. 

Lowe, E. W. D., CB. 

Lowry,R.W., CB. 

M'Intyre, C. C, CB. 

Macdonald, J. M., r.f.p. Ceylon Rifles 

Mackenzie, A., CB. r.f.p. 78 F. 

Mein, G., r.f.p. Brigade Depot. 

Murray, A. W., CB. 

Newdigate, E., CB. 

Norman, H. R., CB. 

Nugent, C. L. 

O'Brien, B., CB. 

Payn, Wm., CB. 

Plunkett, Son. C. D., r.f.p. 1 F. 

Prettejohn, R. B., CB. 

Robertson, J. H. C. 

Sargent, J. N. CB. 

Sawyer, C. 

Scudamore, A., CB. 

Seager, E.,CB. 

Spurgin, J.B., CB.CSI. 

Thomas, J. W., CB. 

Warden, R., CB. 

Weare, H. E., CB. 

White, Robert, CB. 

Wilby.W., CB. 

Willis, G. H. S., CB. 

Wingfield, J. H. 

Yonge.G. N.K.A. 

Colonels. 

Cobbe, A. H., CB. h.p. 17 F- 

Deshon, F. G. T., h.p. Depot Batt. 

Elliot, A. J. H., CB. h.p. Unatt. 

Gall, R. H., CB. h.p. 14 Hussars. 

Glyn, R. T., 24 F. 

Hughes, R. J., h.p. 63F. 

Lamb, S. B., r.f.p. 4 W. I. R. 

M'Kay, J., Brigade Depot. 

Nelson, A. A., OB. h.p. Depot Batt. 

Pitt, G. Dean, CB. Brigade Depot. 

Roberts, W., 5 F. 

Stewart, W. L. r.f.p. Depot Batt. 

Whitmore, F. L., Unatt. 

Wombwell, A., Brigade Depot. 

Y€ Wood, Sir H. E., KCB. 90 F. 

Woods, H. G., 8 F. 

Lieutenant Colonels. 

Byrne, T. M., Unatt. 

Hook, L., h.p. Ceylon Rifles 
Staff Paymaster. 

Harvey, H. 

Paymasters. 

M'Naughton, D. C, h.p. 13 F. 

Robinson, J., h.p. Rec. Dist. 

Thompson, G., h.p. 21 F. 

Wheatley, J., h.p. Rec. Dist. 
Quabteb Masters. 
Allen, Capt. Geo., h.p. Scots Gds. 
Breading, Capt. J. R., h.p. Depot Batt, 



Green, Captain O., h.p. 82 F. 
Hoban, Captain T., h.p. 13 * - 
Jackson, Captain D., h.p. 90 * . 
YUL Macdonald, Captain H., h.p. 
Morris, Captain T., h.p. Depot Batt. 
O'Neill, Captain D., h.p. 34 * ■ 
Pronger, Captain J., h.p. 12 Lancers. 
Turner, Captain John, h.p. 50 * • 
Watson, Captain W., h.p. Depot Batt, 
Wilkinson, H., 31 F. 

Royal Artillery. 
General. 
Sir R. J., GCB. 



Lieutenant Genbbals. 
Adye, Sir J. M., KCB. 
D'Aguilar, Sir C. L., KCB. 
Dunlop, F., CB. r.f.p. 
Phillpotts, A. T. 

Majob Genbbals. 
Biddulph, Sir M. A. S., KCB. 
Campbell, F. A., CB. 
Gardiner, H. L. 
Gibbon, J. R., CB. 
Hamley. E. B., CB. 
Henry, C. S., CB. 
Maberly, E., CB. r.f.p. 
Price, E., CB. 
Shaw, G., CB. r.f.p. 
Turner, J., CB. 

Colonel. 
Hawkins, A. C, CB. 

Lieutenant Colonbls. 
Handyside, W., r.f.p. Coast Brig. 
Henry, W., r.f.p. Coast Brig. 

Royal Engineers. 
Lieutenant Genebals. 
Bent, George, CB. r.f.p. 
Bourchier, E. F., CB. r.f.p. 
Hadden, W. C. 
Keane, Son. H. F., CB. r.f.p. 
Montagu, H. W., CB. 
Ogle, E. 

Major Genbbals. 
Browne, J. F. M., CB. 
Mann, G. F., CB. r.f.p. 
Mould, T. R., CB. r.f.p. 
Colonel. 
Hassard, F. O, CB. 

Medical Department. 
Surgeon Genebal. 
Uffi Mouat, J., CB. h.p. 

Inspectors General. 
Anderson, A.,MD. CB. h.p. 
Dane, Richard, MB. CB. h.p. 
Taylor, J. R., CB. h.p. 
Whyte, C, h.p. 

Deputy Inspectors General. 
Bradford, E., h.p. 

Surgeon. 
Wood, Arthur, MB. h.p. 
Chaplains. 
Halpin, Bev. R., MA. 
Huleatt, Bee. H., MA. 
Wright, Yen. Arch. H. P., MA. h.p. 
Royal Marines. 
Generals. 
Brown-Greive, J. T., CB. r.f.p. 
Gaseoigne, J. H., CB. r.f.p. 
(iniliam, Sir F., KCB. r.f.p. 
Langley, G. C, CB. r.f.p. 
Lowder, S. N., CB. r.f.p. 
Stransham, Sir A. B., KCB. r.f.p. 

Majob Generals. 
Boyle, R., CB. 
Kennedy, J. W. A. 



Officers Rece, 



ivinj Rewards for Distinguished or Meritorious S> 



tervices. 



1293 



GENBEALS. 

Johnson, Sir E. B., KCB. CIE. R. 

(Ben.) Art. 
Stannus, H. J., CB. r.f.p. 

Lieutenant Generals. 
Barwell, C. A., CB. Bengal S.C. 
Bruce,H.LeG.,CB.r.f.p.R. (Ben.) Art. 
Cadell, Alex. Tod, R. (Madras) Art. 
Crommelin.W.A., CB. r.f.p. R. (Ben- 
Qgal) Eng. 

Cureton, C, CB. Bengal S.C. 
Hughes, W. T., CB. Bengal S.C. 
Kaye, E., CB. r.f.p. R. (Bengal) Art. 
Lawrence, -Sir G. St. P., CB., KCSL, 

late Bengal Staff Corps. 
Leith, R. W. D., CB. 
Maxwell, H.H., CB.R. (Bengal) Art. 
Norman,S , !>H.'W.,i'Ci?.C/jB.Ben.S.C. 
Tff<& Olpherts.W., CB. R. (Beng.) Art. 
VIS- Probyn, Sir D. M., CB. KCSI. 

Bengal Cavalry. 



INDIAN ARMY. 

Strachey,R.,CST.r.f.p.R.(Beng.)Eng. 
Taylor, Sir A., KCB.U. (Bengal) Eng. 
Tremenheere, C. W., CB. r.f.p. R. 
(Bombay) Eng. 

Majob Genebals. 
An3truther,P.,C2?.r.f.p.R.(Madr.)Art. 
Bourchier, Sir G., KCB. r. f. p. R. 

(Bengal) Art. 
Cadell, R., CB. R. (Madras) Art. 
Cotton,F.C.,CST.r.f.p.R.(Madr.)Eng. 
Curtis, W. F. 

Falls, A. V., R. (Madras) Art. 
Fraser, A., CB. R. (Bengal) Eng. 
Jenkins, C. V., r.f.p. 19 Hussars. 
Lumsden, Sir P. S., KCB. CSI. 

Bengal S.C. 
Pears, Sir T. T. f KCB. r.f.p. R. 

(Madras) Eng. 
Petrie, J. G., CB. R. (Bom.) Art. 
Richardson, W., CB. late Bengal S.C. 
Shaw, R. J., late Bombay S. C. 
Wallace, Sir R.,KCSI.\ntc Bom. S.C. 



Colonels. 
Aitchison, C T., CB. Bombay S.C. 
Brownlow.SirC.H., KCB. Beng. S.C. 
Buck, L.W., Madras S.C. 
Bume, H. K., CB. Bengal S. C. 
Drury, A., Madras Staff Corps. 
Elliot. C. S., Madras S. C. 
Johnson, A. B., Bengal S.C. 
Keyes, C. P., CB., Madras S. C. 
WMacpherson,H.T.,C.B.BengalS.C. 
Murray, J. I., CB. Bengal S.C. 
Wood, H. H. A., CB. Bombay S.C. 
Wright, T., CB. Bengal S. C. 

Lieutenant Colonels. 
Brown, W., late Bombay Infantry. 
Hadfield, A. J. Madras Estab. 

Medical Department. 
Beatson, J. F., MD. CIE. Surg. Gen. 
Smith, G., MD. Surg. Gen. 
Wyllie.D., IfZJ.Deputy Surgeon Gen. 



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Her Majesty's Body Guard of the 
Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms, 

The Body Guard of the Sovereign, on all Public and State occasions. 
(Established in the Yeab 1509.) 

Captain William, Earl of Coventry, 28 May 77. 

Lieutenant Gustavus Hume, 1 late Bt.Lt. Col. TJnatt., 20 Nov. 78. 

Standard Bearer Win. O'Bryen Taylor, 19 late Major 22 F.i Jan. 76. 



Edward Goodwin, late Major Cambridge Militia 

Stapleton Charles Cotton 

Edward Sutherland, latq Brevet Major 7 F ... 

Fra. C. Wemyss.Maior 6 West York Militia... 

Griffin Nicholas, Hon. Major r. f. p. 5 F 

T. B. Mortimer, late Brevet Lt, Colonel TJnatt. 

Charles Dresing, 3 late Brevet Lt. Colonel 3F. 

Henry Hardinge, 7 late Lt.Col. Rifle Brigade ... 

Bevil Granville. 6 late Brevet Major 23 F. Adju- 
tant 1 Herts Rifle Volunteers 

Stanhope Leonard Douglas Willan, 9 late Cap- 
tain 2F 

Paget John Bourke. 10 late Captain n F 

Henry JoblingWallack. 13 late Captain 77 F.... 

John Henry Lowndes, 12 late Lt. Colonel 6 F. ... 

John Walrond Clarke, 1 * late Captain ioHus.... 

JTC Fred. Robertson Aikman, 15 Captain h. p. 
Bengal Infantrv, Lt.Col. Commandant East 
Middlesex Militia 

James Herbert Freme, 16 late Captain 79 F. 
Lt.Colonel 1 Shropshire Rifle Volunteers 

Wm. Cuninghame Cuninghame, 21 late Cap- 
tain 79 F 

Richard George Ellison, 22 late Major 47 F. .. 

JohDCha. D. Morrison, 16 late Col. R. Marines 

Jas.Ainslie Stewart, 24 late Colonel R. Mar. ... 



Gentlehen-at-Absis. 

p 22 June 49 'John Glas Sandeman, 25 late Captain iDrs.... 
^Oct. 49 '' Robert Edw. Henry, 26 late Brev. Lt.Col. 20 F. 
26 Feb. 52 |Cha. Edwyn Wyatt, 27 late Bt. Major 8 Hussars 

15 Nov. 60 Arthur Campbell- Walker, 26 late Captain 79 

16 July 61 1 F. Adjutant 2 Administrative Battalion 

22 July 61 j Hertfordshire Rifle Volunteers 

22 July 61 1 Francis Pavy, 29 late Captain 74 F. 

3 Feb. 63 Walter Clopton Wingfield, 31 late Major Mont- 
1 gomery Yeomanry Cavalry | 

9 Sept. 63 "EC John Grant Malcolmson, 32 late Lieut. 3 
I Bombay Cavalry I 

S Oct. 63 John Hampden Waller, 33 late Lieut. 28 F 

25 Apr. 64 ;Wm. Chester Master. CB. 3i late Colonel 28F.I 

17 Dec. 64! [Theodore Williams, 35 late Lieut. 10 Hussars... 
17 Dec. 64! Horatio Page Vance. 3S late Brevet Lt.Col. 38F. 1 

Mar. 65: Edward Andrew Noel. 39 late Captain 31 Foot ( 
Montagu Jno. Battve. 41 late Major Indian Armv 
I Shadwell H. Gierke, 42 Bt. Lt.Col. h.p. 21 F. ... ! 
13 May 65 Reynold Alleyne Clement, late Captain 68 Foot 

Charles Cooch, 44 Lt. Col. TJnatt ] 

19 July 65 Edward Brown, 45 Colonel, r.fp. 101 F j 

Geo. Henry Pocklington, 46 late Lt. Col. 18 F...1 

Henry Brackenbury, 4 ? late Major Depot Batt, 

Francis Cunningham Scott, 46 CB. Lt.Col 

h.p. 42 F 



18 Aug. 67 
15 Feb. 68 
30 Mar. 69 
4 June 69 



18 June 60 
20 July 69. 
20 July 69 



20 July 69 
20 July 69 

22 Apr. 70 

25 May 7c 
24 Aug. 70 
31 Oct. 70 
6 Mar. 72 

27 Feb. 74 
19 Mar. 75 
i 3 Apr. 75 
16 Apr. 75 

1 Apr. 76 
14 Mar. 77 
1 July 77 
1 July 77 
8 Nov. 77 

28 Dec. 7^ 



Clerk of the Cheque and Adjutant.— Philip Limborch Tillbrook, 3 " late Major TJnatt., 13 Dec. 78. 
Sub Officer.— lit. Colonel J. G. Sandeman, 25 late Captain 1 Drs. 24 Feb. 74. 
Scarlet— Facing Blue Velvet. I Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

1 Lt.Colonel G. Hume served with the 38th Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, and was present at the battle 
of Alma, siege and fall of Sebastopol, was Aide de Camp to Sir John Campbell on the expedition to Kertch, 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 with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie. 
and Turkish Medal). Served in India with the 38th from 12th Nov, 1857 to gth August 1858; was present at the 
siege and capture of Lucknow, and with Grant's Division during the summer campaign in Oude, including several 
minor affairs (Medal with Clasp) . 

3 Lt.Colonel Dresing served with the 58th Regt. in the New Zealand war and was present at the storming of Kawiti s 
Pah at Ruapekapeka on the nth Jan. 1846, after which he proceeded to the valley of the Hutt, and served there 
during different operations (Medal). 

1 Lt.Colonel Hardinge served with the Rifle Brigade in the Kaffir war of 1846-47 ; and in that of 1852-53 (Medal) ► 
Also in the expedition against the insurgent Boers N.E. of the Great Orange River in Aug. 1848, when he was 
present and slightly wounded in the action at Boem Plaats. Served the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal) . 

8 Major Granville served with the 23rd Fusiliers in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma 
and Inkerman, andsiege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Joined Lord Clyde's Army 
before Lucknow on 14th Nov. 1S57, and was at the relief of the garrison ; also at the defeat of the Gwalior Contin- 
gent at Cawnpore on 6th December, and at the fall of Lucknow in Mar. 1858 (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps) . 

9 Captain Willan landed in the Crimea on 30th June 1855 with the 13th Light Infantry, and was present at the 
battle of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

10 Captain Bourke served with the Cape Mounted Rifles in the Kaffir war of 1850-51 (Medal); and in 1852-53 in 
the Orange River Territory, where he commanded several successful patrols. 

i 2 Lt.Colonel Lowndes served with the 47th Regt. throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, sortie of 26th Oct., and storming 
the Quarries on 7th June— severely wounded (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of 
the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

13 Captain Wallack served with the 9th Regt. throughout the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, and was present at the 
battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah, and Sobraon (Medal and two Clasps). 

14 Captain Clarke served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimean campaign from 17th April 1855, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol, capture of Tchorgaum, battle of the Tchernaya where he commanded a squadron in support 
of a troop of Horse Artillery, and an affair with the Cossacks near Kertch (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

■ 15 Lt.Colonel Aikman served eighteen years in the Bengal Army, including the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, and 
present at the battle of Sobraon (Medal). Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 (Medal), with General Wheeler's Field 
Force. Indian Mutiny campaigns of 1857-58, including the siege and capture of Delhi, action of Bolundshur, and 
siege of Lucknow (Medal with two Clasps), and was awarded the Victoria Cross for having, when commanding the 
3rd Sikh Cavalry on the advanced picquet, with 100 of his men, attacked and utterly routed a body of 500 rebel 
infantry, 200 horse, and 2 guns, cutting up more than 100 men, capturing the two guns, and driving the surviving 
enemy into and over the'Goomtee. This feat was performed under every disadvantage of broken ground and 
partially under the flanking fire of an adjoining fort. On this occasion he received a severe sabre wound in the 
face in a personal encounter with several of the enemy, the effects of which compelled him to retire on half pay. 

i 6 Lt.Colonel Freme served the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to 9th Feb. 1855 with the 79th Highlanders, 
including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastonol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal), 
is Colonel Morrison was present when the batteries of Obligado" in the River Parana were attacked and carried, 
20th Nov. 1845. Served on the China expedition of 1857-59, including the blockade of the Canton river, thelanding 
before, storm and capture of the city. Served as Provost Marshal to the expedition, and afterwards as D.A.A. 
General to the Army in garrison at Canton (Brevet of Major). Served the campaign in the north of China in i860, 
including the action of Sinho, taking of Tongoo, storm and capture of the North Takoo fort (mentioned in de- 
spatches), and subsequent operations (Medal with three Clasps, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

1 9 Major Taylor served with the 1 8th Royal Irish in the Burmese war of 1852-53 (Medal with Clasp for Pegu), 
Also in the Crimea from 30th Dec. 1854. including the siege and fall of Sebastopol and assault of the 18th June — 
slightly wounded (Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Also in India during the latter 
part of the Mutiny of 1857-58, and served for many months with a field force in the Deccan. 

*' Captain Cuninghame served with the 79th Highlanders in the Crimean campaign of 1854 up to 26th Nov., and 
also from Jan. to 9th Feb. 1855, including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with 
three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 



The Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms. 13 l 

22 Major Ellison served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 in the 47th Regt., including the battles of Alma and 
Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, siege of Sebastopol, and sortie on 26th Oct. (Medal with three Clasps, Sardinian 
and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). . . 

21 Colonel Stewart served throughout the campaign in Syria in 1840,— at the Camp at D Joum asActmg Engineer, 
the storm and capture of Sidon, surrender of Beyrout, bombardment and capture of St. Jean d'Acre (War Medal 
with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also on the West Coast of Africa from 1841 to 1S44 ; commanded a de- 
tachment of Marines at the destruction of several Barracoons in 1842 and liberated 1,200 slaves at kabenda, Ambriz, 
Black Point, Loano-o, Punta da Linha, 25 miles up the river Congo ; and a second time at kabenda, three miles 
inland, when he was attacked by a much superior force, and after liberating the slaves and destroying the barra- 
coons effected a safe retreat to the beach with three men mortally wounded, closely pressed by a. large force 
of armed Africans (mentioned in despatches). Served with the battalion of Royal Marines sent to Japan from 1864 
to 1866, and was present at the bombardment of the batteries at the Straits of Simonosaki, the entrance ol the 
inland sea of Japan, on the 5th and 6th Sept. 1864. . 

25 Lt. Colonel Sandeman served with the 1st Royal Dragoons in the Crimean campaign from the 6th Oct. .1854, 
and was present at the battles of Balaklava, Inkerman and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with 
three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). , „ ^ , _ ,. _,. ,- _ . ~ 

36 Lt.Coloncl Henry served in the S6th Regt. with the Malwa, Nerbudda, and Central India I leld I orce in 1857-58, 
and was present at the siege and capture of Dhar, actions of Mundesoor and Goodarea, siege storm and capture ot 
Chundaree, and also of the fort and town of Jhansi, battles of Betwa and Koonch, actions at and 111 front ot Calpce, 
battle of Gowlowlee, capture of Oalpee, battle of Morar, actions of the 16th and 19th June, and capture of the town 
and fortress of Gwalior, acted as Aide de Camp to Brigadier S mart in most of the latter engagements (Medal with 
Clasp, four times mentioned 111 despatches, and Brevet of Major). 

■» Major Wvatt served with the 14th Light Dragoons in the Persian expedition of iS 57 (Medal « itl < asp) Also 
in the Central India Field Force under Sir Hugh Rose 111 iSsS and was present at the siege and capture ol Rahntghur 
action of Barodia, relief of Saugor, capture of Gurrakota, forcing the Muddunpore Pass, siege and capture ot 
Jhansi (Medal with Clasp). , . .. . ., » a , „„.„„„, 

28 Captain ( 'ampli ell- Walker served in the 79th Highlanders in the Crimea subsequent to the hill ol Sevastopol, 
from 14th March 1856 to the end of the Russian War. Served also throughout the Indian campaign 111 1858-59 as 
Aide de Camp to Brigadier Douglas, including the operations across the Goomtee, siege and capture ol Uieknou , 
and subsequent operations on the March to the relief of Azimghur (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

29 Captain Pavy served with the 74th Highlanders in the Indian Mutiny campaign in iS 5 3, and was present at the 
storm and capture of Capaul (Medal). . „ „, . .-,,.. , „„ „„„ 

31 Major Wimrlield served with the 1st Dragoon Guards throughout the campaign o. i860 in ( lima, and was pit- 
sent at the fall of the Taku Forts, and engaged in the action of Sinho, also those of the 18th ;ind 21M September. 
Commanded the Cavalry force sent to Tungchon with Mr. Wade to demand the giving up of the prisoners on the 

' 2oth'September, and present at the surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). _ 

32 Lieutenant MMlcolms,,ii served in the 3rd Bombay Light Cavalry with the Persian Expeditionary Force in 
1856-57, including the assault and capture ol' Reshire, surrender of Bushire, expedition to Borazjonn, and action o. 
Khooshab (Medal with ( 'lasp, and Victoria Cross). Served also with the Central India Field Force, including the 
siege of Ratghur and fall of Calpee (Medal with Clasp). 

33 Mr. Waller served in the Oude campaign in 1858, including the capture of the fort of kaili (Medal). 

3* Colonel Master commanded the 5th Fusiliers at the relief of Lucknow in Nov. 1857. ™\d served with it in 
Outram's Force at the Alum Bagh in all the operations of the succeeding months, and commanded the Regt. at the 
capture of Lucknow, as also throughout the Oude campaign of 1858-59, including the action ot Doundorkciraand 
Buxarghat, and capture of the Fort of Oomerea (several times mentioned indespatches, CB., Medal with Clasp, anil a 

35 Mr. T. Williams served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimea from the 6th July to the 1st October 1855, including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). . 

" Major P. L. Tillbrook served with the 50th Regiment in the Crimea from the 22nd August 1855, including the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Olasn. ami Turkish Medal). ' 

38 Lt.Colonel H. P. Vance served with the 38th Regiment in the Crimea from January „o the 15U1 April 1855, in 
eluding the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Also in the Indian caun.-iigu ironi Nov. 
1857, and was nresent at the storm and capture of Mecangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, affairs 01 Barree 
and Nuggur (Brevet of Major, Medal with Cla?"). 

3 9 Captain Noel served with the 31st Regiment throughout the Sutlej Campaign of 184^-46, and was present at 
the battles of Moodkee, Ferozeshah, Buddiwal, Aliwal, and Scbraon (Medal and three Clasps). _ 

« Major M J. Battye was present with the field force under Brigadier England in all its operations on its second 
advance on and return from Kandahar in 1841-42. Also with Colonel Wymer's Brigade in the I rghundauo valley. 
Present at the battle of Hyderabad (Medal). Joined his regiment (the 21st) at the commencement of the outbreak 
in the Southern konkan. ' Served on General Outram s staff with the Light Field Force in Sawunt Warree. I resent 
at the siege and occupation of Munohur and Munsontosh. Engaged with the advanced guard at Golior, 21st 
Jan. 1845, and at Moolis, 6th February— horse shot under him. . 

42 Lt.Colonel S. H. Clsrke served with the 21st Fusiliers in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, inc ading the miuc ot 
Alma, siege and fall of Sebastopol, attack of the Redan on the 18th June, where he commanded the scaling-ladder 
party, and was mentioned in despatches ; served as Adjutant at the fall of Sebastopol and expedition to tunhourn 
fifodal with two Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). . . 

** Lt.Coloncl Cooch served with the 6211,1 Regiment in the Crimea from 12th Nov. 1854, mending the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol and the sorties of the 5U1 9th and 10th May, defence of the Quarries 7U1 .tune, assaults ol the 
Redan on the i8thJune(in command of the Wool-bag party of his regiment) and 8th Septc mber (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5 thClass of the Med.udie, Sardinian 
and Turkish Medals). Appointed Town Major in Sebastopol immediately after its fall for his services during the 
siege and final assault. „ , , , 

« Colonel E. Brown served throughout the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, including the battles of i'erozeshah and 
Sobraon (Medal and Clasp). Burmese war of 1852-S3, including the recapture of Pegu on 21st Nov., rebel . 0! I its 
garrison on 14th Dec, and operations in the vicinity (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Suppression of the Indian 
mutiny, including the battle of Budleekeserai. siege of Delhi and assault of the Eedgate, wounded in five places, in 
one dangerously (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Servedin the Indian N.W. Frontier war of 1863, and was 
present at the attack and capture of the Conical Hill and Umbeyla (Clasp). , 

« Lt.Colonel G. H. Pockbngton served with the iSth Royal Irish in the Burmese campaign of 1852-53 (Medal 
with Clasp for Pegu). Served also in the Crimea from 1st June 1855, including. the siege and fall ot Sebastopol, and 
attack of the 18th Juno (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

*7 Major Brackenburv served with the 61st Regiment in the Punjaub campaign of 1S48-49, and was present at the 
battle of Goojerat, and With the Field Force in pursuit of the enemy to the Khyber Pass in 1' ebruary and March 
1849 (Medal with Clasp) Present with the expedition to the Euzofzie Country and ai the attack and capture ot 
insurgent villages on the nth and 14th Dec. 1849 (Medal with Clasp). Served with the rank ol ( aptaui with the 
Turkish Contingent and performed dntv as an Engineer Officer in the Crimea in 1855-56 (Turkish Medal). 

< 8 Lt.Colonel Scott served with the 42nd Highlanders throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
battles of Alma and Balaklava. expedition to Kertch and Yenikale. siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three 
Clasps, sth Class of Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served also the campaign of 1857-58 against the inul ineers 111 
India, including the actions at Oawnpore (6th Dec. 1857), Seraighat, Khodagunj, Shumsa bad siege and tall ot 
Lucknow and assault of the Martiniere and Banks' Bungalow, attack on the Fort of Rooyali, action at Allygungc, 
attack and cai-ture of Bareillv (Medal with Clasp), Embarked for the Gold Coast with the 4-t„l Highlanders and 
served throughout the second phase of the Ashanti war in 1874. Was present at the battle ol Anion 11 1 ; < ommanded 
the Regiment at the capture and destruction of Becquah (mentioned in Sir A. Alison s report to Mr <<aiaiet Wolseley 
as having had the particular direction of the withdrawal of the Rear Guard), battle of Ordahsu (slight wound of 
the head) and capture of ( 'oomassie, and with the 42nd formed the Rear Guard during the burning of the city, and 
on every day's march until the arrival of the Forces at the Adans Hills (mentioned in despatches, Brevet ot 
Lt.Colonel, CB., Medal with Clasp). 



*3 2 Yeomen of the Guard. 

Her Majesty's Body Guard. 
(Instituted bi Henry VII. in the Yeab 1485.) 

Captain Lord Skehnersdale, 2 March 74. 

Lieutenant Lt.Colonel Arthur Need, 1 late of 14 Hussars, 11 Feb. 70. 

Ensign ColonelMon. William James Colville, 2 late of Rifle Brigade, 11 Feb. 70. 

Exons. 

Lt.Colonel Charles Doyle Patterson, 3 late of 10 Foot, 13 Feb. 62. 
Lt.Colonel John Augustus Todd, 4 late of 14 Hussars, 2 Apr. 64. 
Captain Francis Brockman Morley, 5 late of 40 Foot, 24 Oct. 68. 
Colonel Henry Hume, 6 CB. late of Grenadier Guards, 22 Nov. 73. 
Clerk of the Cheque and Adjutant.— Lt.Colonel Wm. Griffin Sutton," r. f. p. Cavalry Depot, 9 Jan. 62. 
140 Yeomen. 
Agents. — Messrs. Cox and Co. 

1 Lt.Colonel Need served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 as Aide de Camp to General Whish, and was present 
during the whole of the siege operations against and capture of Mooltan, and action of Soorjkoond ; was also 
present at the surrender of the Fort and garrison of Cheniote, and battle of Goojerat (twice mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with two Clasps). Served in the 14th Light Dragoons in the Persian expedition of 1857 (Medal with Clasp). 
Also with the Central India field force under Sir Hugh Rose in 1857-58, and was present at the siege and capture 
of Rahutghur, relief of Saugor, capture of Garrakota and pursuit of the rebels across the Beas (specially men- 
tioned in despatches), forcing the Muddenpore Pass (horse wounded), battle of the Betwa (horse wounded, and 
specially mentioned in despatches— life saved by Lieut. James Leith, for which the Victoria Cross was awarded to 
him), siege and capture of the town and Fortress of Jhansi, battle of Koonch, affairs during the advance on Calpee 
and action of Golowlee, capture of Calpee and pursuit (mentioned in despatches), action of Morar, action resulting 
in the recapture of the town and Fort of Gwalior. Served under Sir Robert Napier in 1857-5S in the pursuit of the 
rebels under Ferozeshah, action of Ranode (horse wounded), and pursuit of Tantia Topee (mentioned in despatches, 
Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

2 Colonel the Hon. William Colville served with the Rifle Brigade in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including 
the battle of Alma, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion 
of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

3 Lt.Colonel Patterson served with the 10th Regt. in the Sutlej campaign of 1S45-46, including the battle of Sobraon 
(Medal). Also the Punjaub campaign of 184S-49, including the whole of the siege operations before Mooltan, action 
of Soorjkhoond, carrying the heights before Mooltan, capture of the Dowlut Gate in command of the storming 
party, surrender of the fortress, and battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Commanded three companies of 
the 10th Regt. in Shahabad with Major Eyre's field force at Dilawur, and capture of Jugdespore, and was mentioned 
in despatches for his gallantry (Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

* Lt.Colonel Todd served with the 4th Light Dragoons throughout the campaign of 183S-39 in Affghanistan, 
including the siege and capture of Ghuznee (Medal). Also throughout the Punjaub campaign of 184S-49, including 
the action of Ramnuggur, passage of the Chenab, battles of Chillian wallah and Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). 
Served as Brigade Major of Cavalry with the Persian expedition of 1857 (Medal with Clasp). Also as Brigade 
Major to the 2nd Brigade of the Central India field force under Sir Hugh Rose in 1858, and was present at the siege 
and capture of Rahutghur, relief of Saugor, capture of Garrakota, forcing the Muddenpore Pass, siege and capture 
of Jhansi, battles of Betwa with Koonch, and affairs during the advance on Calpee and action of Golowlie; also the 
action of Morar, recapture of Gwalior, and pursuit with action of Jowra Alipore : served as Assistant Adjutant 
General to the Gwalior Division in pursuit of the rebels, and at the action of Ranode, also present at the capture of 
the fort of Powrie (five times mentioned in despatches, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

5 Captain Morley served under Sir Charles Napier during the operations in Scinde in 1S42. Served with the 40th 
Regt. in the Gwalior campaign, and was present at the battle of Maharajpore, 29th Dec. 1843 (Bronze Star). 

6 Colonel Hume served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 95th Regt. including the battles of the Alma 
(wounded, horse killed under him, and mentioned in despatches) and Inkerman (severely wounded— shot through 
the thigh), siege and fall of Sebastopol, and sortie of 26th October in command of the "Regiment ; he succeeded 
to the command of the Regiment at Inkerman, and received the Brevet of Lt.Colonel (Medal with three Clasps, 
CB., Knight of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Was recommended for the 
Victoria Cross by Lt.Gen. Sir De Lacy Evans for "an act of special and useful valour at an important moment at 
the battle of the Alma in having seized a Colour and led over the bridge, the officers previously bearing it having 
been struck down by the enemy's fire." 

7 Lt.Colonel Sutton has received the 4th Class of the Medjidie and the Turkish Medal, for services with the late 
Turkish Contingent. 

Military Knights of Windsor. 



Major Rollo Gillespie Burslem, late of 13 F. (Governor). 

^9 Captain Francis Gee, Unatt. 

Colonel Paris Wm. Aug. Bradshaw, late Unattached. 

Major Wm. Young, 3 late Paymaster Depot Battalion. 

Lt.Colonel Joseph Sanderson, r.f.p. 1 F. 

Peter M'Innis, late Lieut. 44 F. 

Patrick Cahill, late Major 56 F. 

Lt.Colonel Fred. Percy Lea, late Unattached. 

Colonel Henry Gahan, late of 5 West India Regt. 



Captain Wm. Maloney, h.p. Quarter Master Depot Batt. 

Captain James Menzies, h.p. Quarter Master Depot Batt. 

Lt.Colonel William Stevens, h p. 2 F. 

Colonel James John Graham, late Unattached. 

Major James Powell, 4 r.f.p. 102 Foot. 

Captain James Baird, 5 late of 88 F. 

Major James Stillman, 6 late of 9 F. [Cav. Depot. 

Captain John Attkins Pickworth, 7 h.p. Riding Master 

Colonel George de Rottenburgh, 8 CB. late of 100 F. 



3 Major Young served with the 22nd Regiment the campaign of 1844-45 in the Southern Mahratta Country, and 
was present at the investment and capture of the Forts of Punulla and Pownghur. 

4 Major Powell was present at the capture of the fortress of Kurnool in 1839. Served in the Crimean Campaign 
from December 1854, and organised and commanded the 8th Battalion of the Land Transport Corps (Medal with 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

5 Captain Baird served with the 41st Regiment in the Eastern Campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of 
Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol (wounded 9th June), sortie of 26th Oct., and assaults of the 
Redan on the iSth June and 8th Sept. (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

* Major Stilln-an served with the Carabineers in the Crimea from 14th August 1855, including the battle of 
Tchernaya, siege and lall of Sebastopol, and operations near Eupatoria (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 
Was at Meerut at the Sepoy mutiny on 10th May 1857, and served the campaign of that year, including the battles 
of Hmdun, siege and fall of Delhi, and subsequent operations under Brigadier Showers (Medal with (Jlasp). 

7 Captain Pickworth served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 8th Hussars, including the reconnais- 
sance 10 Silistria, battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkennan, and the Tchernaya, affairs of Bulganak and M'Kenzie's 
Farm, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, French War Medal, and Turkish Medal). Served in the 
Indian campaigns of 1858-59 and was present at the capture of Kotah, reoccupation of Chundaree, battle of Kota ke 
Serai, capture of Gwalior, and action of Boordah (Medal with Clasp). 

B Colonel de Rottenburgh served in Canada during the rebellion and received the Brevet rank of Major for ser- 
vices there whilst employed on a particular service. 



St. John's Wood, 



1st Life Guards. 

The Royal Arms. "Peninsula" "Waterloo. 



133 



Colonel.— George Charles, Earl of Lucan, 1 GCB. Ensign, 29 Aug. 16; Lt. 24 Dec. 18; Capt. 16 May 22 ; 

Major, 23 June 25 ; Lt. Colonel, 9 Nov. 26 ; Colonel, 23 Nov. 41 ; Major General, 11 Nov. 51 ; Lieut. General, 

24 Dec. 58 ; General, 28 Aug. 65 ; Colonel 1st Life Guards, 22 Feb. 65. 
lieutenant Colonel.— James Keith Fraser, 2 Cornet Sc Sub Lt. p i6 Apr. 52; Lieut. '23 Mar. 55 ; Capt. v ij 

Nov. 57 ; Major & Lt. Colonel, 29 May 72 ; Colonel, 29 May 77 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 21 July 77. 
Major and Lt.Colonel.— Charles Wilmer Duncombe, Cornet it Sub Lt. p 22 July 56 ; Lieut. p 26 Aug. 59 ; Capt. 

p 3 April 67 ; Major 6r Lieutenant Colonel, 21 July 77. 



Captains. 

Son. Reginald Arthur James Talbot 

Charles Needham 

Hon. Chas. Cavendish George Byng, Aide] 
de Cav.p to Prince Edward ofSaxe Weimar J 

James Alexander, Earl o/Caledon 

Edward Mashiter Dansey 

Sir Simon Macdonald Lockhart, Bart 

John Edmund Philip Spicer 



Lieutenants. 

Reginald Charles Turnor 3 

John S. Southwood, Adjutant 12 Aug. 74 . 

Algernon Fox Eric Smith 

Arthur William Hill-Trevor 

Charles Napier Miles 

George Bridges H. Dennett, Lord Rodney. 

Henry Vincent Higgins 

Thomas Charles Pleydell Calley 

John Weyland 

Reginald Brooke 



Second Lieutenants. 

Henry Gerard Leigh 

Arthur Henry John Walsh 

Hon. Coplestoue Richard George Warwick 
Bampfylde 



LIEUT. 



v 1 3 May 59 p 28July 63 
p i7 Nov. 63 P11 Jan. 67 
p 8 June 67 
"13 July 
p i4~ 



(>7 
- 67 
7 May 68 
p i2 June 6q 



2ND LIEUT. 



11 May 78 
7 Aug. 78 



27 Sept. 79 



p 3o Sept. 68 

p 5 May 69 

p 5 May 69 

r i 7 Aug. 70 

28 Oct. 71 



28 Oct. 71 
12 Aug. 74 
21 Sept. 74 

6 Sept. 75 

20 Nov. 75 

29 Nov. 76 
11 Feb. 77 
11 Sept. 76 
11 Sept. 76 

5 June 



8 May 67 
5 May 69 

9 Aug. 73 
[6 Aug. 73 
28 Mar. 74 
21 July 77 

9 July 79 



Riding Master. — 

Quarter Master— John Henry Stuart Reid, 23 Jan. 69. 

Surgeon Major. — Owen William George, MD. ; Surgeon Major, 6 June7i 

Surgeon. — Thomas William Thompson, 30 Sept. 75. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Martin Mence, 25 July 55 ; 1st Class, 4 Dec. 63. 



Scarlet— Facings Blue.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from France, January 1816. 

1 Lord Lucan servedthe campaign of 1828 on the Staff of the Russian Army in Bulgaria (Russian War Medal and 
Commander of St. Anne of Russia). Commanded the Cavalry Division throughout the Eastern campaign of 1S54, 
including the battles of Alma, Balaklava (wounded) andlnkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, 
KCB., Commander of the Legion of Honor, 1st Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

2 Colonel Fraser served as Orderly Officer to Sir Edmund Lyons on the Expedition to Kinboum in 1855, and 
was present at its bombardment and surrender (Medal). Has received a Gold Medal from the President of the 
French Republic in recognition of his devoted services to the wounded on the field of battle in the Franco-German 
campaign of 1870-71. 

5 Lieut. Tumor served with the 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade in the second phase of the Ashanti War, in 1874 
(Medal). 



:34 



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Full 

Pay. 


Half 
Pay. 


22 




^7 


U /l2 


20 




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iS 




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15 
12 




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2nd Life Guards. 

The Royal Arms. " Peninsula " "Watebloo." 
Colonel. — George Fred., Viscount Templetown, 1 KCB. Ensign, p 24 April 23; 
p i2 Dec. 26; Major, v i6 June 37 ; Lt. Colonel, p i6 April 41 ; Colonel, 11 Nov. 51 ; Jfa/or 
Lieut. General, 9 March 65 ; General, 6 April 73 ; Colonel, 2nd Life Guards, 10 Oct. 76 
lieutenant Colonel.— Henry P. Ewart, Cornet, ^26 Feb. 58; Lt. p 22 July 59 ; Capt. p 25 Mar. 62- 

and Lt. Colonel, 26 March 73 ; Colonel, 26 March 7S ; Lieutenant Colonel, 10 April 78. 
Major & Lt.Colonel.— John Stephenson Ferguson,- Cornet <$■ Sub Lt. p n June 52; Lt. 8 Dec. 54 ; Capt 
Sept. 56; Brevet Major, 5 July 72; Major Sc Lt. Colonel, 10 April 78. 



Lt. P29 Oct. 25 ; Capt. 
General, 26 Oct. 58 ; 

Major 



Captains. 

George Augustus Curzon 3 

Frederick Trench Townshend 

Sir William Samuel McMahon, Bart 

Hugh Richard, Viscount Downe 

Alexander GlentworthPaul CliftonPerceval 

Sir Archibald Lamb, Bart , 

Edward Hanning Lee 

Douglas Mackinnon Baillie Hamilton,) 
Lord Cochrane ) 

LlEUTBNANTS. 

Francis Johnstone 

Audley Dallas Neeld 

Thomas Wake, Adjutant 10 May 71 (Riding \ 

Master 20 July 66) J 

Sir Thomas Charles Callis Western, Bart.. 

Lord Henry John Vane-Tempest 

John Anstruther Smith-Cuninghame 

Anthony Charles Sykes Abdy 

Charles Fred. St. Clair Anstruther- Thomson 

Claude George, Lord Glamis 

Hon. William Spencer Bateman-Hanbury. 

Louis Eric Ames 

Houston French 

Rowland John Beech 

Sub Lieutenants. 



CAPTAIN. 



6 Nov. 60 p 9 April 61 p i2 June 63 
4 June 61 P28 Jan. 62 p 8 Aug. 65 
8 Mar. 62 p 7 Nov. 62 P24 Mar. 69 
8 Aug. 65P10N0V. 69 
June 65 p 3 Sept. 70 

4 Sept. 70 

5 Feb. 71 



'21 Mar. 6S 
'22 Sept. 65 
■ 6 July 70 



'15 Feb. 71 
10 May 71 



2S Oct. 



28 Oct. 71 
28 Oct. 71 
28 Oct. 71 
30 April 75 
26 July 75 
11 Feb. 76 

28 Oct. 71 
13 June 74 
11 Sept. 76 

29 Nov. 76 

11 Feb. 77 

12 Nov. 73 
6 Oct. 75 



25 June 73 

5 July 73 

6 Jan. 75 

26 July 76 
10 April 78 



1 Oct. 
1 Oct. 



SUB LIEUT. 



Biding Master. — John Marshall, 9 Sept. 71. 
Quarter Master.— Charles Stanhope Haines, 14 June 76. 
Surgeon Major. — George Frederick Hume-Spry, MD. 5 May 76. 
Surgeon. — Henry Frank Hensm.an, Assistant Surgeon, 31 March 62. 
j Veterinary Surgeon.— John Ashworth Rostron, 11 Jan. 67 ; 1st Class, 31 Jan. 77. 
Scarlet— .Facing Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from France, February 1816. 
*Lcrd Templetown served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854, and until March 1855, in command of the 
1st Battalion of Coldstream Guards, present at the battle of the Alma (mentioned in despatches), battle of Inker- 
man, in command of the Brigade of Guards, which he brought out of action (wounded, and horse killed) , subsequently 
in command cf the 1st Division ; also present at the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasps, CB., Officer of the 
Legion of Honor, 3rd Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

2 Major Ferguson served with the 5th Dragoon Guards in the Crimea from Oct. 1854 to 7 Dec. 1855, and was 
present at the battles of Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, and siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three 
Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

3 Major Curzon served as a Lieutenant in the 2nd Battalion of the Rifle Brigade in the Indian campaigns of 
1857-58, including the actions at Cawnnore, siege and capture of Lucknow ; subsequently with Ross' Camel Corps, 
and present at the battle of Gclowlee and capture of Calpee (Medal with two Clasps) . 



Eegent's Park.l 



Years Sr, 


Full 

Pay 


Half 
Pa> 


:6 




2 2 




21 




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19 




11 




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Royal Horse Guards. 

The Royal Arms. "Peninsula" "Wateeloo.' 



135 



Colonel. — Hugh Henry, Lord Strathnairn, 1 GCB. GCSI. Ensign, p 8 June 20; Lt. p 24 0ct. 21; Capt. p 22 July 24 ; 

Major, p 3oDec. 26; Lt. Colonel, p i7Sept. 39; Colonel, 11 Nov. 51 ; Major General, 12 Dec. 54; Lieut. General? 

28 Feb. 60 ; General, 4 Feb. 67 ; Field Marshal, 2 June 77 ; Colonel of Royal Horse Guards, 3 March 69. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Owen Lewis Cope Williams, Cornet, p i2 May 54; Lt. p 25 Jan. 56- Capt. p 7 May 58- 

Jfo/or 4- ffl.it. Colonel, p 7 Dec. 66 ; Colonel, 7 Dec. 71 ; Li. Colonel, 11 Sept. 75. 
Major.— Cecil Robert St. John Ives, Cornet, p i5 Jan. 58; Lieut. p 12 Mar. 61; Capt. p 25 Apr. 65 ; 2f<y'o»- £ 

Brevet Lieutenant Colonel, n Sept. 75. 



Captains. 

Frederick Gustavus Burnaby 

David Milne Home, MP. for Berwick . 
Hon. Oliver George Powlett Montagu.... 

Gilbert Stirling 

Alfred Mordaunt Egerton, Equerry to\ 

H.E.H. the Duke of Connaught ) 

Charles Gore, Lord Kilmarnock 

Lord Henry Arthur George Somerset 

Hon. Wm. Charles Wentworth-FitzWilliam 
John Hew North Gustave Henry, Viscount \ 

Dalrymple ) 

Lieutenants. 

Robert M'Alpine, Adjutant 24 Dec. 58 

Frederick Richard Gascoigne 

George Lamplugh Wickham 

John Seymour Wynne Finch 

Archibald William Merry 

John Fielden Brocklehurst 

Evelyn George Hammond Atherley 

Charles Baldwyn Childe-Pemberton 

Lord Henry Edward Brudenell Somerset... 



Second Lieutenants. 
Hon. Lionel Francis George Byng 

Charles William Selwyn 

Howard Henry Howard- Vyse 



p 3o Sept. 59 

p 6 May 52 

p 1 July 63 

29 Dec. 65 

23 July 61 

7 July 69 

31 July 69 

29 Jan. 70 

p 26 Feb. 70 



24 Dec. 58 

p 22 June 70 

Nov. 70 

p i2 July 64 

5 Nov. 70 



2ND LIEUT. 



29 June 78 

30 Nov. 78 
13 Aug. 79 



p 2 7 Sept. 61 

29 Dec. 65 

8 Nov. 68 

p 2 Dec. 68 

19 Dec. 65 

19 Aug. 71 

19 Aug. 71 

-<8 Oct. 71 



27 Sept. 61 

28 Oct. 71 
28 Oct. 71 

p i 5 Mar. 67 

p 28 June 71 

2 Dec. 74 

23 April 73 

"Feb. 75 

74 



p 6 July 70 

p 3i Oct. 71 

19 Aug. 74 

11 Sept. 75 

8 Dec. 77 

25 Sept. 78 

1 Nov. 79 



3 Feb. 



Biding Master.— Thomas Miller, 7 Nov. 65. 
Quarter Master. — James Sharpies, 20 Sept. 71. 
Surgeon Major. — Joseph Marmaduke Taylor, 5 26 Feb. 76. 

Surgeon.— Heinrich Freiderich Lawaetz Melladew, MD.'- Assistant Surgeon, 31 March 64. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Mathew John Harpley, 3 24 April 54; 1st Class, 9 Jan. 63. 
Blue— Facings Scarlet.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from France, 2 February 1816. 
1 Lord Strathnairn served the Syrian campaign of 1S40-41 (Medal, CB., Cross of St. John of Jerusalem of Prussia, 
and sword of honor from the Sultan). Served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as the Queen's Commis- 
sioner at the Head Quarters of the French Army, and was wounded before Sebastopoi (Medal and Clasps, Major 
General, KCB., Commander ofthe Legion of Honor, and 3rd Class of the Medjidie). Commanded the Central India 
Field Force throughout the Mutiny oi 1S57-58, having marched 1,084 miles, took upwards of 150 pieces of Artillery, 
one entrenched camp, one fortified city, one partly entrenched town, fought sixteen successful actions, captured 
twenty forts, and never sustained a check, and including the relief of Saugor, capture of Ratghur, Shahghur, and 
Chundehree, siege and capture of Jhansi and Calpee, and various other engagements terminating in the storm and 
capture of Gwalior and restoration ofthe Maharajah Scindia to his capital (GCB. and promoted Lt.General "in 
consideration of his eminent services," Medal with Clasp). 

3 Veterinary Surgeon Harpley served with the Royal Artillery the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including the 
affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie'sFarm, battles of Alma, Balaklava, with Inkerman, siege of Scbastopol and repulse 
of the Sortie on the 26th Oct. 1844 (Medal with four Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Royal Horse 
Artillery in India in 1857-58, and was present at the action of Pandora, storm and capture of Meangunge, siege and 
capture of Lucknow, capture of Rampore Kussie, passage of the Gogra at Fyzabad, and affairs of Muchagawn and 
Kumda Kote (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

5 Surgeon Major Taylor and Doctor Melladew.— For War Services see " Medical Department." 



136 



1st (The King's) Dragoon Guards. 



[ Katal. 



The King's Cypher within the Garter. 



'Sevastopol ' 



Colonel.— Henry Aitchison Hankey, Ensign, p 26 June 23; Lt. p io Mar. 25; Capt. p is Aug. 26; Major, 

p 27Sept. 33 ; Lt. Colonel, 1 Mar. 39 ; Colonel, 11 Nov. 51 ; Major General, 6 July 57; Lieut. General, 29 Apr. 64; 

General, 7 Dec. 71 ; Colonel 1st Dragoon Guards, 1 Jan. 72. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Henry Alexander, 1 Cornet, p 3 Sept. 47; Zr, p 6 Dec. 50; Capt. p i Feb. 56; Major, p i2 June 

63; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 22 Sept. 73; Lieutenant Colonel, 9 Dec. 76; Colonel, 22 Sept. 78. 
Major.— Richard James Combe Marter, a Cornet, p iS Jan. 51 ; Lt. p 29 April 53 ; Capt. p g Dec. 62 ; Major, 

7 March 77; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 15 Oct. 79. 



Captains. 

John Matthew Benthall 3 

Arthur Gibbings 4 

William Henry Thompson 5 

William Vesey Brownlow 6 

Charles Adrian Gough Becher 3 

Robert Grosso Godson 8 

Henry Percy Douglas Willan 3 



? 2o Dec. 59 p 25 Sept. 60 p 22 July 68 

p 26 June 66 p 3o Sept. 68 p 27 July 70 

10 May 64 p 2oFeb. 67 12 Feb. 73 

p 29 April 59| p i2 May 61 p i8 May 70 29 Nov. 79 

p 3oSept. 68^23 Mar. 7o| 15 July 76 

p i3 July 67, p 7 May 70 16 Dec. 76 

p i2 Oct. 67^14 July 69! 17 Dec. 77 

amilton Campbell Vetch p 8 July 68 28 Oct. 71; 20 Mar. 78' 



Lieutenants. 

Nicholas Sadlier 5 

Peter Marrow 10 

Robt.AbrahamBrewsterFrench-Brewster 11 

John Alexander 4 

Ferdinand Seymour Leslie 

Richmond G. Nicholas, 3 Adjutant 14 Feb.") 

74 {Siding Master 13 April 72) j 

James Cumming Dewar 3 

Robert Thomas Graves Lowry 3 



Sub Lieutenants. 
William Henry Havkness 3 



Second LiEUTKNiNTS. 
William Richard Goold-Adams 3 

John Saltren Willett 13 

Cyril St. Clair Cameron 

Julian Oswald 

Ernest Leonard Wright 3 



'22 Dec. 69 
28 Oct. 71 



'27 Feb. 69 



8 Dec. 77 
16 Feb. 78 



28 Oct. 71! 

28 Oct. 71 1 

3 Aug. 72! 

30 Dec. 72 

28 Oct. 71 

14 Feb. 74 i 

19 Feb. 79 1 

22 Mar. 79 



2ND LIELT. 



1 May 78 

11 May 78 

22 Mar. 79 

22 Mar. 79 

11 May 78 



Cornet, 



May 55; Lt. 9 Oct. 57; Capt. ^29 July 62; 



25 ... Pat/master.— Charles Morley Balders, 3 6 Jan. 79; 
Bt. Major, 9 June 76. 
Biding Master. -^Philip Kelly, 14 June 76. 
Quarter Master. — Henry Murphy, 3 27 Nov. 66. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Seaward Longhurst, 3 14 June 73. 

Scarlet— Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. — Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane and Sons. 
Embarked for Hatal, 2S February 1879. 

1 Colonel Alexander served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimea from 7th July 1855, including the battle of the 
Tchernaya and siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served with the 1st DragooD 
Guards in the campaign of i860 in China ; was engaged at Sinho, present at the fall of the Taku Forts, engaged in 
the actions of 18th and 21st Sept., also in the advance on Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the Zulu war of 

1879, in command of the 1st Dragoon Guards, from 14th April till the end of the campaign. 

2 Lt. Colonel Marter served with the 1st Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879 from the 9th April, and commanded 
a detached squadron of his regiment in the field from the 1st June until the conclusion of the campaign, including 
the cavalry affair at Erzungayan on 5th June. Captured the Zulu King in the Ngome Forest, and brought him to 
Ulundi, having under his command at the time a squadron of the King's Dragoon Guards, a company of the Natal 
Native Contingent, and an officer and ten men of irregular mounted troops (mentioned in despatches, and pro- 
moted Bt.Lt. Colonel " in recognition of the service performed by him in having effected the capture of Ketchwayo, 
the Zulu King, in the Ngome Forest "). 

3 Captains Benthall, Becher, and Willan, Lieuts. Nicholas (as Adjutant), Dewar, and Lowry, 2nd Lieuts. Hark- 
ness, Goold-Adams, and Wright, Paymaster Balders, Quarter Master Murphy, and Veterinary Surgeon Longhurst 
served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879. 

4 Captain Gibbings and Lieut. Alexander served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, m tne 
squadron under Major Marter, from 1st June to the end of the war, including the cavalry affair at Erzungayan and 
the capture of King Cetywayo. 

5 Captain Thompson and Lieut. Sadlier served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, in the 
squadron under Major Marter, including the cavalry affair at Erzungayan. 

6 Major Brownlow served wilh the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, and was Orderly Officer to 
Colonel Drury Lowe, commanding the cavalry in the engagement at Ulundi. Afterwards commanded a squadron 
of his Regiment inBaker Russell's Flying Column (Brevet of Major). 

8 Captain Godson served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879 in the squadron under Major 
Marter, and took part in the capture of King Cetywayo. 

10 Lieut. Marrow served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, in the squadron under Major 
Marter, including the cavalry affair at Erzungayan. Acted as Adjutant and Quarter Master to the squadron, and 
subsequently as Staff Officer at Fort Newdigate. 

11 Lieut. Brewster served in the Zulu war of 1879 as Deputy Provost Marshal of the 2nd Division, and was presen 
in the engagement at Ulundi. Served afterwards with a squadron of the King's Dragoon Guards inBaker Russell'i 
Flying Column. 

13 Second Lieut. Willett served in the Zulu war of 1879, with the Field Force in Natal and the Transvaal. 



Colonel. 
Majo 



General, i Oct. 77 ; Colonel 2nd Dragoon (.minis, 1 Aug. 74. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Thomas William Sneyd, 8 Cornet, ' 

9 Aug. 71 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 21 July 77. 
Major. — William Alexander Battine 3 (Ensign Bengal Army, 20 Sept. 

Lieut. p 29 July 62 ; Captain, 'io May 64 ; Major, 21 July 77. 



2nd Dragoon Guards {Queen's Bays). 137 

The Royal Cypher within the Garter. " Lucknow." 
-Alexander Low, 1 CB. Cornet, p 2 Oct. 35 ; Lt. p 6 July 38 ; Cap*. p i 4 July 43; Bt.Major, 20 Junes*: 



26 Oct. 54; Bt.Lt. Colonelcies Dec. 54 ; Lt. Colonel, 1 May 57 ; Major General, 6 March 68 ; Lieutenant 
' g- 74- 

May 56 ; Lt. p 2 4 July 57 ; Capt. p ioMay 61 ; Major, 

Lieut. 9 Mar. 55), Cornet, 14 Feb. 60; 



Captains. 

William Hanning Lee 

Charles Albert Leslie Attila French 

Peter Aubertin 

James Frederick Stuart M-enteth, Adjutant ) 

Ayrshire Yeomanry Cavalry $ 

Francis James Ashburner 

Francis Grenville Doyle, at Staff College... 
Benjamin Relf, 8 Adjutant Lancashire ') 

Yeomanry Cavalry j 

Foster Cunliffe Lister Kay 

Arthur Lewis George Gould , 



p 2i Nov. 65 p 2i Oct. 67 

5 June 60 p 23 June 65 

p j6May 65! p 6 July 70 

Oct. 64 



LlBUTENANTS. 

Warner Ottley 

Joseph Alexander Lambert 

Henry Clerk 

Frederick Gordon-Mackenzie.. 
John Cecil de Veel Tattersall., 
Cuthbert Pilkington Dawson . 

Jeremiah James Bayly 

Francis Savile Barton 

George Berthon Preston 



Second Lieutenants. 

George John Scott 

Capon Henry Preston, Adjutant 2 July 79 
Robert Fiennes Hibbert 



May 70 



10 April 78 
1 May 78 

11 May 
22 Jan. 79 



16 Mar. 

30 Nov. 

29 May 
27 Sept, 

30 Dec. 
30 Dec. 



27 Mar. 74 
2 Dec. 74 
9 Aug. 75 

12 Aug. 76 
11 Sept. 76 

13 July 78 
4 Dec. 78 

14 Dec. 78 
2 July 79 



CAPTAIN. 



S Nov. 70 

3 Jan. 69 

p 27 Sept. 71 

29 Jan. 74 
19 Jan. 76 

8 Mar. 76 

30 June 77 
7 June 78 
2 July 79 



iREV.HAJ. BT.LT.COL. 



\h 



11 Jan. 79 
u June 79 
■3 Aug. 79 



Paymaster.— Thomas Aked, 30 Jan. 79 ; Ens. p s Apr. 64 ; Lt. '• 
Riding Master.— Henry Andrew Hughes, 23 July 79. 



Apr. 65; Capt. p 3o Mar. 67. 



Quarter Master.— Edward Gundrie Tuckett, 9 i3~Jah. 69. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Alfred Adrian Jones, 10 10 June 71. 

Scarlet— -Facing Buff.— Agents, Messrs. Ridgway and Sons.— Irtih Agents, Messrs. Cane and Sons. 
Returned from India, 31 January 1870. 
1 Lieut.General Low served the Eastern campaign of 7854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inker- 
man, and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol, also present with the Light Cavalry Brigade at Eupatoria; at 
Inkerman he commanded the Regiment (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Knight of the Legion of 
Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). 

2 Lt.Colonel Sneyd served with the 2nd Dragoon Guards in the Indian campaign in 1858-59, including the action of 
Nusserutpore, siege and capture of Lucknow, subsequent operations, and action of Koorsee (Medal with Clasp). 

3 Major Battine served as Adjutant of the 16th Bengal Irregular Cavalry on the Peshawur frontier and was pre- 
sent in several expeditions against Momunds and Affredie hill tribes in 1854-56 (Medal with Clasp). Served with 
the Persian Expeditionary Force from Jan. to June 1857, and was present at the bombardment and capture of Mohum- 
rah (Medal with Clasp). Served in Bengal with Havelock's column, on the Stall' of that General, and was present 
in the actions of Onao, Busseerutgunge (ist and 2nd), Boorbeakechowkee, and Bithoor, and in the several actions 
leading to and ending in the relief of the Residency of Lucknow on 25th Sept. 1S57 ; also during the subsequent 
defence as D.A.Q.M. General to the force until the final relief by Lord Clyde on 24th Nov. 1857 (Medal with Clasp, 
and a year's service). 

8 Captain Relf served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimean campaign from the 17th April 1855, including the cap- 
ture of Tchorgaum, battle of the Tchernaya, Expedition to Kertch, and destruction of and affairs at Taman (Medal 
with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) 

s Quarter Master Tuckett served with the 2nd Dr. Gds. in the Indian campaign in 1S58-59, including the siege and 
capture of Lucknow actions of Koorsee, Nawabgunge, and Jamo, and the Trans-Gogra affairs at Bungaon (Medal 
with Clasp). 

10 Veterinary Surgeon Jones served throughout the Abyssinian campaign of 1867-68, including the action of 
Arogee and capture of Magdala (Medal). 



138 



3rd (The Prince of Wales') Dragoon Guards. [Dublin. 

The Prince's Plume. The Rising Sun and Red Dragon. "Talaveba" "Albuheba" "Vittobia" 
"Peninsula" "Abyssinia." 

Colonel.— Robert Richardson Robertson, 1 CB. Cornet, p 8 June 26 ; Lt. p g April 29; Capt. p i6 Aug. 33 ; Major, 

F i8 June 41 ; Lt. Colonel, p 22 Dec. 43 ; Colonel, 20 June 54; Major General, 14 May 59; Lieut. General, 31 Jan. 

68; General, 13 Apr. 75 ; Colonel 3rd Dragoon Guards,;i7 June 66. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Andrew Smythe Montague Browne, Cornet, 18 Nov. 53 ; Lt. p i6 Mar. 55 ; Capt. 

p 24 Dec. 58 ; Major, p 30 June 69 ; Brevet Lt. Colonel, 1 Oct. 77 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 24 Nov. 77. 
Major. — Frederick John George Murray, Cornet, p i6 May 62; Lt. f ij Nov. 63; Capt. p i7 April 69; Major, 

31 May 76. 



Captains. 

John Davison 

Otho Glynn Bolitho 

p.s.c. Herbert Stewart 

Ernie Kerr Amyatt Burney 

FredericHorace Davis Bellwood Bellwood 
Frederick Meyer Wardrop, Aide de\ 

Camp to Sir John Michel J 

Henry Frank Egbert Lucas 

William Utting Cole 

Roger Kennedy Parke 



Lieutenants. 
William Frederic Hamilton Yatman . . . 
Greville Ewing M'Clellan, Adj. 14 Apr. 74 
John Frederick Stracey Lee-Barber 

PryceMeyrick Pryce 

Lindesay Cole Parker 

Arthur James Taylor 

James Massy Dawson 

Andrew Edgar Caldecott 

Henry Cholmeley Gribble 



LIEUT. 



1-12 Mar. 6ii p 2i Feb. 65 

p i4 0ct. 68 ( p i2June 69 

p 24 Nov. 63 p i8 July 65 

p 28 Oct. 6S p 3oJune 69 

p 3 April 6g| P 28May 

p 3o June 69 p io Aug. 70 

29 Nov. 64 1 11 Nov. 

p 28 May 7 o; p i5Feb. 

p ioAug. 70 28 Oct. 




CAPTAIN. 



'25 Jan. 71 

12 Feb. 73 

? u April 68 

31 Oct. 74 

16 Feb. 78 

1 May 78 

29 Nov. 76 

6 Feb. 79 

26 May 79 



Second Lieutenants. 

John George Woodley 

John Edward Fitzmaurice Hughes Roche 

Paymaster. — Wentworth Dawes, 18 Nov. 68 ; Hon. Captain, 18 Nov. 73. 
Riding Master. — Eugene Henry Nicholson, 24 May 79. 
Quarter Master. — Samuel Dean, 9 Oct. 63. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Michael Joseph Hartigan, 3 June 68. 
Scarlet — Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Hopkinson and Co.~Irish Agents, Sir E. Borough, Bt. and Co. 
Returned from Abyssinia and India, June 1868. 

1 General Richardson Robertson served in South Africa, in command of the successful expedition against the 
insurgent emigrant Boers, beyond the Orange River, in 1845. Also as Brigadier, and in command of the 7th Dra- 
goon Guards in the Kaffir campaign of 1846-47 (Medal and CB.). 

3 Lt.Colonel Browne served with the Scots Greys in the Crimea from 30th July to 1st Sept. and from Oct. to Dec. 
1855, including the battle of the Tchernaya, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 



] 4th (Royal Irish) Dragoon Guards. 139 

The Harp and Crown, and the Star of St. Patrick, with the motto " Quisseparabit?" "Peninsula" 

" BALAKLAVA " "SEVASTOPOL." 

Colonel. — Sir Edward Cooper Hodge, 1 KCB. Cornet, 3 Aug. 26; Lt. p 3 July 28; Capt. p ig Dec. 34; Major, 

p 3 Dec. 41; Lt.Colonel, •'3 Oct. 48; Colonel, 28 Nov. 54; Major General, 30 Jan. 63; Lt. General, 25 Oct. 

71 ; General, 1 Oct. 77 ; Colonel 4th Dragoon Guards, 6 Jan. 74. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— James Gunter, 2 Cornet, p i8 Feb. 53; Lieut. p 2i Nov. 56; Captain, p 2i Oct. 59; Major, 

p 2 Dec. 68 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 7 Mar. 77. 
Major.— Thomas Bradney Shaw-Hellier, Cornet, p 2y Sept. 61 ; Lt. p j April 63; Capt. v ij April 67; Major, 

2 June 76. 



Captains. 

George Ramsay Alured Denne 

John Sidney Bates 

Philip Edward Pope, Adjutant Cheshire \ 

Yeomanry Cavalry $ 

John Chadwick 

Charles Henry Currey, Adjutant Pembroke \ 

Yeomanry Cavalry 3 

Mervyn ChalonerStephenTynte,-4rf/K<a«£ ) 

East Kent Yeomanry Cavalry S 

Laurence Murphy 

Charles Villiers Ibbetson 

William Johnson Howard Townsend 

John Hubert Hussey 

Henry Ernest Baskerville Walton , 



Lieutenants. 

Frederick Thomas Penton 

Robert John Abdy 

Joseph Watkins William Darley 

Arthur Abney Sandys 

John Algernon Aylmer 

Robert Arnold Vansittart 

Belford Randolph Wilson 

Nicholas Henry Bacon 

Charles George Kidd 



Second Lieutenants. 
Robert Le Mesurier Willoughby,^i(/K<aw/ ~) 

21 June 79 } 

John William Dent 



22 May 
p i2 April 



p i 3 Mar. 
p i7 April 

Dec. 
p 2o June 

Oct. 



23 Sept. 71 



2ND LIEUT. 



May 78 
May 



p 9 Aug. 64 
p 4 July 6 S 
p nJuly 65 
p i 7 April 67 
p 5 Jan. 70 
p 9 April 70 
p i4 Sept. 70 
p 6 Mar. 69 
p i7 May 71 
28 Oct. 71 
23 Mar. 73 



23 April 73 

30 Dec. 73 

12 Nov. 74 

13 June 74 
28 Aug. 75 

28 Oct. 71 
10 Jan. 74 

3 May 77 

29 Nov. 78 



BBEV.MAJ. I BT.LT.COL. 



p 8 June 70 
p i 4 Sept. 70 
p 22 Oct. 70 

4 June 73 

27 June 74 

16 Jan. 75 

18 Feb. 75 
2 June 76 

5 Sept. 78 
14 Dec. 78 
10 Aug. 79 



1 Sir Edward Cooper Hodge com- 
manded the 4th Dragoon Guards in 
the Eastern campaign of 1854-55; was 
on board H.M.S. Sanspareil 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, 19th Feb., and battle of 
Tchernaya, 16 Aug. 1855 (Medal with 
three Clasps, CB., Officer of the 
Legion of Honor, 3rd Class of the 
Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). 



Paymaster. — John Macartney, 5 16 May 62 ; Hon.Major, 16 May 77. 
Riding Master. — James Horton, 28 April 75. 
Quarter Master. — Soloman Williams, 6 n Apr. 68. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — John Hanly, 28 Apr. 63. 

Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agent, A. LawTie, Esq. — Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane and Sons. 
Returned from the Crimea, July 1856. 
2 Lt.Colonel Gunter served with the 1st Dragoon Guards in the Crimean campaign from 16th Aug. 1855, including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also in the campaign of i860 in 
China ; was engaged at Sinho, present at the fall of the Taku Forts, and engaged in the actions of 18th and 21st 
September, also in the advance on Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

5 Major Macartney, late a Captain in the 17th Lancers, was present with a Squadron of the 13th Light Dragoons 
at Kurnool and in the action of Zorapore 18th Oct. 1839. Served with the 17th Lancers in the Crimea from the 20th 
June to 1 4th July and from Sept. to Nov. 1 855, including the siege of Sebastopol and battle of the Tchernaya (Medal 
with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

6 Quarter Master Williams served in the 4th Dragoon Guards throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, 
including the battles of Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, 
and Turkish Medal). 



-40 



5th (Princess Charlotte of Wales') Dragoon Guards. 

Vestigia nulla retrorsum."—" Salamanca" "Vittobia" "Toulouse" "Peninsula' 



' Salamanca' 
1 Balaklava' ; 



Full 
Pay. 


Half 
Pay. 


= 3 




20 




14 

iS 




9 
IS 




8 

8 




12 


ifi 


6 




4 
4 
4 
4 
4 
3 
3 
3 
2 




2 




I 




16 
2 
16 


7»^ 


13 





"Vittoria" "Toulouse' 
'Sevastopol." 



ilonel.— Richard Parker, Corset, p 2 Aug. 22 ; Lt. P31 July 25 ; Capt. P30 June 28 • St Major 23 Not a 
Major % Lt. Colonel, 9 Nov. 46; Colonel, 20 June 54; Lt.Colonel 4- Colonel, 20 June S4 ■ Major Genera 
24 Aug. 61; Lieut. General, 2 Jan. 7 i; General, 1 Oct. 77; Colonel 5th Dragoon Guards 7 Dec 71 

Lieutenant Colonel.— William Edward Marsland, 1 Cornet, p i 7 Feb. 57; Zf p 10 Dec <;8 • rw P-, TUo,. <„ 
Kyor, P28 Oct. 71 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 31 Jan. 77. 5 ' ^ 3 Mar. 60 

Major.— James Dyson Bourne, gornrf, Pgi Dec. 60 ; Lieut. P7 Nov. 62 ; Cqjrf, ? 3 Aug. 66 ; Major, 17 Mar. 77. 



Captains. 

Edward Alfred Jee 

William Robinson Truman, Adjutant \ 

Warwickshire Yeomanry Cavalry ) 

Robert Wilson Kearsley, Adjutant Berks ) 

Yeomanry Cavalry $ 

John Oswald Lambert 

Frederic Melkington Kenyon-Stow, Adj. ~> 

Middlesex Yeomanry Cavalry J 

Frederick Augustus Cracroft-Amcotts : 

Maunsell Bowers 

Fred. Wilson Hemming 

Robert Stevenson, Adjutant Lanarkshire \ 

Yeomanry Cavalry j 

Walter Hyde Atherton 

Charles Edward Warde 



LIEUT. I 



p 2 Mar. 66 
p 8 Aug. 62 

P17N0V. 69 
p 3 Jan. 65 



p 2 S Apr. 68 
p 1 Mar. 64 



Lieutenants. 
Richard Charles Bernard Lawrence ... 
Andrew Baldrey, Adjutant 13 June 76 

John Francis Green 

Geoijge Henry Maddison 

Edward Hegan 

William James Mackeson 

Hon. Kenelm Digby St. Lawrence 

Stephen John Hatfield Harter 

Sheldon William Keith Cradock 



Second Lieutenants 

Henry James Lermitte 

Charles Conrad Shaw 

St. John Corbet Gore 

Bernard Hamilton Gunston 

Paymaster.— p. s.c. Dudley Beaumont, 



p 2 Jan. 69 



10 Nov. 77 
8 Dec. 77 
4 Dec. 78 



2ND LIEUT. 



p 8 Aug. 
p 8 Deo. 

28 Oct. 

30 Dec. 

28 Oct. 



13 Apr. 
28 Oct. 
18 Dec. 67 
2 Dec. 
28 Oct. 



12 Feb. 76 

31 May 76 

26 Aug. 76 
6 Oct. 76 

11 Sept. 76 

10 Sept. 77 

21 Aug. 78 

1 Nov. 78 

27 Aug. 79 



1 CAPTAI 


V. 

73 


I 23 Apr. 


24 July 


72 


17 Mar. 


77 


23 Sept 


77 


2 Feb. 


78 


9 Aug. 


78 


21 Aug. 


7« 


31 Oct. 


7« 


P30 June 


69 


27 Aug. 


70 


27 Sept 


79 



4 Dec. 
4 Dec. 
2 Jan. 
1 Oct. 
, - Apr. 78 ; Ens. 8 July 56 ; Lt, 4 May 59 ; Capt. 1 Apr. 7s. 
Siding Master.— Robert Gifford, 3 April 78. 
Quarter Master.— William Denis Lemmon, 3 June 64. 
Veterinary Surgeon.— Edwin Thomas Cheesman, 20 Nov. 67 ; 1st Class, 20 Nov. 79. 

Scarlet— Facings Green.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Irish Agents, Sir E. Borough, Bt. and Co. 
Seturned from the Crimea, 28 May 1856. 

1 Lt.Colonel Marsland served with the 1st Dragoon Guards in the campaign of i860 in China, and was engaged at 
Sinho, present at the fall of the Taku Forts, and engaged in the actions of the 18th and 21st September, also in the 
advance on Pekin (Medal with two C 



6 Captain Beaumont served as Aide de Camp to General Turner during the operations in Bhootan in 1865-66 
(Medal with Clasp). 



I Field Force, 
Bengal. 



6th Dragoon Guards (Carab inters). I4I 

" Sevastopol " "Delhi." 
Colonel.— Henry Richmond Jones, 1 CB. Cornet, v g J une 25 ; Lt. P14 Nov. 26 ; Cant. v, 2 .Tunp -o- 7^ Wnl™ 
I 9 Nov. 46 ; Major, »2i May 50 i Lt.Colonel, ? x 6 Sept. 51 j Colonel, 28 Nov. 54 ; Major GeZ-% ' 2 April oT* 
j Lieut. General, 6 Dec. 73 ; General, 1 Oct. 77 ; Colonel 6th Dragoon Guards, 15 May 73 ' 

Lieutenant Colonel.— John Fryer, Cornet, •'o Mar. 60; Lt. p i8 Feb. 62 ; Capt. v- April^i • Ma for p,c TW 
i 69; Lieutenant Colonel, 17 March 77. ' * ' Jua J or > ^uec. 

Majors.— James Goldie, 2 Assiutt nit Adjutant General, Simla; Cornet, ?i 4 July 54- Lt P15 Jan 56 • Cmnt 
I "21 Feb. 60 ; Bt. Major, 5 July 72 ; Major, 21 July 7' 
jCharles Frederick Marriott. Cornet. v nj July 64 ; Z«. 



Sept. 65 ; Capt. p 2 q June 68; Major, 5 Oct. 78. 



Captains. 2adi.ieut. 

Henry Blackburne Hamilton p 2i July 64 

Hardin Burnley S p i8 April 65 

HughC. Gaston Montgomery v 14 Sept. 66 

8 Jan. 58 

p i3 July 7 c 

P 20 Oct. 69 

p 2o Feb. 63 
p i 5 May 66 



• 1 Hon. James David Drummond, Adjutant} 

Bucks Yeomanry Curalry ) 

■• William Henry MacGeorge, Adj. West-) 

I moreland Yeomanry Cavalry j 

•• Walter Campbell Calvert 

■• Douglas Alexander Graham Cunning-) 

J ham Graham I 

•• Aubone Geo r<je Fife 

• ■ Thomas Cole Porter 



Lieutenants. 

Alexander Sprot 

Robert Preston Sandeman 

Thomas Richard Fra.Brabazon Hallowes, ~) 

Interpreter j „'»'"' 

Alfred Weston, ^<i/«/an* 17 April 76 

Percy Hugh Hamon Massy 

Harold Charles Hanburv ' 

Benjamin Noel Heywood-Jones 

CharlesReginaldSydneyDouglas-Hamilton 5 Sept. 77 



p i5 May 66 p 24 Mar. 69 

"25 Sept. 67 p I5 Dec. 69 

P22 Feb. 68 p 6 July 70 

p 8 Mar. 59 P r 6 Jan. 63 



13 July 77 

6 Sept. 76 
16 Aug. 73 

7 Aug. 78 
5 Oct. 7 8 



28 Oct. 

28 Oct. 
P28 Oct. 
P30 Oct. 

24 Feb. 



28 Feb. 74 
5 Oct. 74 

T2 Nov. 73 

1 April 76 

11 Feb. 75 

29 Nov. 76 
n Sept. 78 

5 Oct. 78. 



BREV.HAJ. 



20 April 77 



Second Lieutenants. 2ND_lieet. 

... 1 Richard Godolphin Walmesley Long 1 30.1:1:3. 78 

... JHeDry Mosryn Owen 30 Jan. 78 

... Frederick Henry Arthur Des Vceux : 16 Feb. 78 

... Francis Sudlow Garratt ' 1 May 78 

... Robert George Edward Twiss 30 Nov. 78 

... j Montagu Cradock 6 Aug. 79 

... tPaymagter. — Edward Roberts, 4 2 Dec. 68; Hon. Captain, 1 April 78. 

... 'Siding Matter . — William Busby Mayes, 2: Aug. 78. 

... Quarter Master. — John William Tomlinson, 13 Oct. 77. 

... Veterinary Surgeon.— Richard Peyser, 12 Sept. 65; 1st Class. 8 March 76. 

Blue — Facings White.— Agents, Messrs. ( \>x X Co.— Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane & I 
Embarked J'or India, 30 December 1877. 

General Richmond Jones commanded the Cai -ai. imea from 14th Aug. 1835, including the battle 



of theTchernayn. siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class ofthe Medj 

Served in the Indian campaign ; c -mmanded General IVmiv's i actii 

having been killed by the lirst , shot .tired by the ei: 1, 1. : 1 • 1 . 1 rap 



the capture of BareHly (CB.); commanded the Left Col 

force at Dunderkera ; commanded the Cavalry with I 
affairs at Magrdi.i, Ch u.dal. and ]•.:,• 1; e, also pursuil 
3 Major Goldie served with the 9th Lancers thri igh 
ing the battle of Budhv. . : , iterations assault 

ghur, battle of Agra, affair of Kanouge, relief of Lucki 
Seraighat, action at Shumshabad (in command of a S( 



d Turkish Medal), 
wlie (that officer 
de of Cavalry at 
a Benhi Madho's 
paign, including 



if's force in 
.ore! Cly le C a ee in the Trai 
ifthe rebels to the Rapl ■■ (Me 
ml tin - Lppn ssiorj of the Indian mutiny in 1857-59, includ- 
iture of Delhi, actions of Bolundshuhur and Ally- 
Lowhy Lord Clyde, battle of Cawnporeon 6th Dec, action at 
madron), siege and capture of Lucknow, the summer cam 



paign in Oude and Rohilcund and actions of Rhodamow and Allyghur, rapture of Bareilly, action at Shahjehanpore 
and pursuit to Mahomdee, passage of the Gogra at Fyzabad and affair at Kumdakoti (Medal with Clasps). 

* Captain Roberts served as a C tptain in the 4th Regiment throughout the Abyssinian campaign, and was dan- 
gerously wounded — gun-shot wound of left elbow-joint — at Arogee.in which action he commanded two Companies of 
the 4th King's Own, being the Baggage Guard (mentioned in despatches, Medal;. 



E t 



14 



7th {The Princess 

CB. Cornet 



Guards. 



Full mi" '4 icu "„ JJ t; ,./, -mint Uc»e rai, i ^"- 
pay. ray. 6 M ar. 68 ; ^' c " te 'V,L.. w a Harnett. 2 < 
■ i i T Untenant Colonel.-Elw.-i-J » 



flop's) Dragoon 

Oct. 51; Ca ^ 5 



; 5 ? X> cl <<e»«x' ff**^' ^T/Kiw Pa June 4 S ; **■ J 4 

ColoneL-Edwaxdl 

Brevet Lt.Colwel, *7 *° 

:„_„,(■ Colin Campbell 

Major.-p.^- Sept . 79 



Lieutenant 
66 ; Brevet 



Cornet, *a June 4S 

May 7 6 - 



I Mdershot. I 

. Oct. 42; Major, 
■ Major General, 

58 ; Ifo/or, 20 July 



SSSSmS*^-^*^-'^* 



June 66 ; Brevet Major, 



June ■jq^UaJ^L 

. ;T. 9 •di-UV.tt 



BUT. I CAPTAIN 
I 2ND 1IBUT. \ 

7^ll**0«. 64^ Aug. 6 9 
p e Tan 66 18 Jan. 69 P H Jan 
US 63*22 June 67 24 Sept 
4 Oct. 64 "28 Oct. 68 xAp: 



Alfred Bibby 

I m anry Cavalry ...••• — ■ ■•■■;- 

I; SKwKSgS^S^ 23Sept - 7 1 30 Sec: 7 

.. WilliamBdwaidMoii«.o j 

Charles Lucius Brooke ... 

::'. wmiamMose LiKu TE NANTs: 

Montague Campbell Day 



Jan. 
, 1 22 Mar, 
24"" 



79 
79 

- 79 
June 79 



A Art^Sp^eu'de Burgb, Adju- "> 



I2 Nov. 75 General Wardlaw served 

Sept. TeLitS'-xBt Dragoons in the Cnmean 



Ulick George oan 

tare* 22 July 79 ■••• 
& S aetMotteDu'Boulay 

Frederick Charles Palmer ■ 2 Mar . 

James Henry Aspmwall 

Philip Montagu .--^ MEUT- 



Oct. 76camv.cn' 



from 6th Oct. 1854, 



VhnVmtt.les of Balaklava, In- 



and Turkish Medal). 



.Mar. 79^ ^tvTofTiT, 
^^•lle^Ko^^^ 
SE coN B Dx E u r AN T s. ,-^Sy -,, jtheMedjidie, 

Frederick James Murphy - , 7 June 

Paymaster.— Wiwa™;? , Banvard, 6 Jan. 75- 



18 May 75- 



irf CZos«,2 Aug. 7*- 

; r ;E.Borougb,:BaH. andCo. 



&^ W o».-Cbarle S OeorgeHet. ^ 

^^^^^ .th July including the bat, 



Master Lewis £ 



J Xy of *e engagements 



; took place (Medal). 



1st (Royal) Dragoons. 



Years' Ser. 
Half 

Pay 



The Crest of England within the Garter. An Eagle. " Speetemur agendo: 
"Peninsula" "Waterloo" "Balaklava" "Sevastopol." 



Jan. 26; Capt. p i6 Mar. 30; Major, 
I, 7 July 62 ; Lieut. General, 25 Oct. 



Colonel.— Charles Philip Ainslie, 2nd Lt. 10 April 25; Lt. p 

Lt. Colonel, p 22 Oct. 47; Colonel, 28 Nov. 54 ; Major Gene 

1 Oct. 77 ; Colonel 1st Dragoons, 8 Mar. 69. 
Lieutenant Colonel. — John Gordon Graham, Cornet, 19 June 55; Lieut. v i$ Feb. 56; Capt. 

Major, 27 Mar. 72 ; Lt. Colonel, 10 April 76. 
Major.— Edmund Bacon Hutton. Cornet, p 3o Mar. 60; Lt. p 23 Sept. 62; Capt. p 8 May 
o April 76. 



143 



14 Oct. 42 ; 
; General, 



p 19 Feb. 58 ; 
67 ; Major, 



Captains. 

Charles Falkmer Morton 

Allan Maclean, Aide de Camp to Sir '< 

Thomas Steele 5 

John Archibald Middleton, Adjutant 1 \ 

Fifeshire Light Horse Volunteers 5 

John Baillie Ballantyne'Dickson 

Charles Richard Tennant 

Benjamin Inghani Tidswell 

Henry Tomkinson 

Gerard Vivian Ames 

William Wells 1 



Lieutenants. 

William Henry M'Laren 

James Barnard Nichols 

James Towers-Clark 

Francis William Rhodes 

Horace Amyatt Amyatt-Burney 2 

Arthur William Mostyn Owen 

William FitzGerald O'Shaughnessy 
Francis Ruttledge 



Second Lieutenants. 

Henry Robert Mansel Porter 

Cecil Digby Howard Fetherstonhaugh .. 

John Francis Burn-Murdoch 

Frederick William Shaw 



cornet. 



LIEUT. 



p i8Feb. 6 2 : p 2iJuly 63 

p 5 Sept. 62*29 Mar. 64 

p 3 Aug. 68 p i6Mar. 70 

20 Jan. 60 1 Jan. 62 

p 8 June 70 p 3 1 May 71 

28 Oct. 71! 28 Oct. 71 

23 April 61 p io May 64 

26 June 72 

21 Aug. 72 



15 Mar. 74 
27 June 74 

2 Dec. 74 
23 April 75 
13 June 75 

6 Sept. 76 
11 Feb. 77 

2 Dec. 74 



2ND LIEUT. 

1 May 78 
30 Oct. 78 



CAPTAIN. BBEV.MAJ. 



p i2 June 69 

p 8 June 70 

9 July 74 

31 Dec. 72 

8 Mar. 76 

27 Sept. 76 

p 8 July 68 

30 Oct. 78 

13 Sept. 79 



1 Captain Wells served in the 1st 
Dragoons throughout the Eastern 
campaign of 1854-55, including the 
battles of Balaklava (horse severely 
wounded, and captured a Russian 
cavalry horse on the field), Inker- 
man, and Tchemaya, night attack on 
Russian outposts on 19th February 
1855, siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish 
Medal). 



Paymasters. — Ob6 Willans, 5 April 56; Ron. Major, 5 April 71. 

Duncan Chisholm Oliver Spiller,* 1 Apr. 78 ; Ens. p 14 Aug. 60 ; Lt.? 2 Feb. 64 ; CaptS 10 Nov. 69. 
Riding Master. — James Collins, 5 9 Aug. 71. 
Quarter Master. — George Clements, 6 23 Mar. 70. 
J ... Veterinary Surgeon. — 

Scarlet— Facings Blue.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Irish Agents, Sir E. Borough, St. and Co. 
Returned from the Crimea, 27 May 1856. 

3 Lieut. Amyatt-Burney served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, and took part in the 
capture of King Cetywayo. 

1 Captain Spiller commanded a Company of the 65th Regiment during the war of 1863-65 in New Zealand, and 
was present at the attack on the working party at Williamson's Clearing, relief of Pokeno Piquet (mentioned in 
despatches), storming and capture of Pah at Rangianhia, actions at Rangiani and Huirini, and attack and capture 
Of Pah at Orakau (Medal). 

5 Riding Master Collins served in the 8th Hussars in the Indian campaigns of 1858-59, and was present at fche 
capture of Kotah, recapture of Chundaree, battle of Kotah-ke- Serai, capture of Gwalior, capture of Powrie, 
actions of Sindwahoo, Koorwye, and Koondrye (Medal with Clasp). 

6 Quarter Master Clements served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 1 st Royal Dragoons, including the 
battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkennan, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 



E T 2 



M4 



2nd Dragoons (Royal Scots Greys) . Dundaik. 

The T_istle>within the Circle and Motto of St. Andrew. AnEa pie. " Second to None." 

"Waterloo" " Balaklava" " Sevastopol." 

Colonel.— Sir John Bloomfield Gough, 1 GCB. Ensign, 24 Feb. 20; Lt. p i Oct. 25 ; Capt. p i Aug. 26; Bt. Major, 

26 May 41; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 23 Dec. 42; Colonel, 2 Aug. 50; Major General, 30 Jan. 55 ; Lieut. General, 9 Nov. 

62 ■ General, 25 Oct. 71 ; Colonel 2nd Dragoons, 31 Jan. 64. 

Lieutenant Colonel.— Andrew Nugent,* Cornet, p i7 Dec. 52 ; Zf . p 24 Nov. 54 ; C(_><. p 8 Feb. 56; Major, 31 

Mar. 66 ; Lt. Colonel. ^ 3 Feb. 69; CWojrf, 3 Feb. 74. . 
Major.— p.».c. John Wallace Hozier, Cornet, p i7 Dec. 58 ; Lt. p i 7 Nov. 63 ; Capt. p 3 o June 69 ; Major, 
Jan. 78. . 



Captains. 

Francis James Agnew Wallace 

Patrick Sanderson, Adjutant East Lothian ) 

Yeomanry Cavalry 3 

Francis Glennie Farqubar 

Edward George Moore Donnithorne 5 (Lt 



p 28 April 63 
►17 Nov. 63 
p i4 June 64 



30 Mar. 
16 Oct. 



66 p io May 71 



B. Artillery, 18 Dec:6i), Adjutant Herts V P 8 Sept. 65 

Yeomanry Cavalry ) 

James Charles Maberly p 25 Sept. 67J P 22 June 

Alfred Cbolmeley Earle Welby p i6 Oct.. 67 1 , 1 ' 7 Dec. 

Hon. Walter Philip Alexander p 3 Feb. 69 p ioMay 



66 p 3 i May 
p 2s Sept 67 1 p 2 Aug. 
69] 24 Feb. 



Feb. 



BT.LT.COL. 



28 Oct 
June 70 



Oct. 



24 reo. 

28 Feb. 
6 Mar. 
23 Apr. 
20 Nov. 
22 May 
12 May 
11 Nov. 
17 May 
28 June 



7 o 24 June 
7 oi 1 April 
-- 24 Nov. 
5 Sept. 

31 Jan. 

28 June 



Mar. 79. 



John Francis Upton Gaskell 

Montague George Johnstone 

Francis Maitlan'd Philips 

Lieutenants. 

William Christopher James 

Charles FitzGerald Watkins 

John Lewis Vaughan Henry 

John Arthur Wellesley O'Neill Torrens... 
William Henry Hippisley,? Adj. 24 Nov. 77 

William Nicholas Leader 

Edwin Bolton 

Cecil Algernon Brooke Turnor | 5 Sept. 77 

Richard Wolfe ; 30 Jan 

Second Lieutenants. 2ND siaira. 

William Crawford Middleton ! 13 Mar. 78 

James Campbell Hamilton 11 May 78 

Fitzroy Charles Fletcher 27 Aug. 79 

Henry Jenner Scobell 13 Aug. 79 

Paymaster. — James Clarke Ross, 1 Mar. 64 ; Hon. Major, 
. Biding Master. — Charles Walter Neal, 6 Ncv. 67. 
. Quarter Master. — John Liddle, 3 27 Sept. 71. 
. Veterinary Surgeon. — Andrew Galbraith Ross, 16 May 62; 1st Class, 8 June 72. 

Scarlet— Facings Blue.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane and Sons. 
Beturned from the Crimea, 4 July 1856. 
Sir John Gough served during the war in China of 1840-42 as Deputy Quarter Master General and head of the 
ment; was present at almost every engagement during the expedition, and received the brevet rank of Major 
and Lt. Colonel, together with the Companionship of the Bath (Medal). Served in the Gwalior campaign of 1843-44 
ae Military Secretary to the Commander in Chief in India, and was present at the battle of Maharajpore (Bronze 
Star). Appointed a Brigadier in the Army of the Sutlej 1845-46; commanded the 2nd Brigade of Cavalry at the 
battles of Moodkee and Ferozeshah, and officiated as Quarter Master General of H.M.'s Forces in India at the 
battle of Sobraon, where he was severely wounded (Medal and two Clasps). Served the Punjaub campaign of 
1848-49 as Quarter Master General of H.M.'s Forces in India, and was present at the battles of Chillianwallah and 
Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps), appointed Aide de Camp to the Queen with Brevet rank of Colonel. 

* Colonel Nugent served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the Scots Greys, including the battles of Bala- 
klava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

s Captain Donnithorne served through the New Zealand war of 1864-65 as a Lieutenant in the Royal Artillery, and 
was present in the campaign on the Waikato river, expedition to Tauranga, action of the Gate Pah, campaign in 
the Wanganui district, and with (he expeditions of the Movable Column on the River Patea (Medal). , 

7 Lieut. Hippisley served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879 in the squadron under Major 
Marter, including the cavalry affair at Erzungayan. 

8 Quarter Master Liddle served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the Scots Greys, including the 
affair of M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernava, night attack on outposts on 17th Feb., 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Turkish Medal, and Medal for distinguished conduct in the 
field). 



3rd ( The King's Own) Hussars. 



i45 



Vi'iirs 
Full JIalf 



The White Horse within the Garter. " Nee aspcraterrent." " Salamanca " " Vittobia " 
"Toulouse" "Peninsula" " Cabool, 1842 " "Moodkee" " Feeozeshah " 
"Sobbaon" "Punjaub" " Chillianwallah " "Goojebat." 
Colonel.— Sir George Henry Lockwood, 1 KCB. Cornet, p ioMar.25 j It. p ioAug. 26; Capt. p 7 Sept. ie- Major 
6 Mar. 39; Jit. Lt. Colonel, 23 Dec. 42; Lt.Colonel, 9 Nov. 46; Colonel, 2 Aug. 50 ; Major General '28 Nov! 
54; Lieut. General, 3 Sept. 62; General, 22 Oct. 70; Colonel 3rd Hussars, 1 Jan. 72. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— p. s.c. Richard Blundell-Hollinsbead-Blundell, Cornet, p 7 Mar. 56 ; Xf p iq Feb <;8 • 
Capt. p 4 Mar. 59 ; Major, p 2 8 Oct. 68; Lt.Colonel, 4 Nov. 74 ; Colonel, 4 Nov. 79. " a , ' 

Major.— Arthur Hare Vincent, Comet, 29 Dec. 57 ; X<. p 9 April 61 ; Ca^f . p i 4 Aug. 67 ; Major '"28 June 71 • 
" Oct. 77. 



Brevet Lieutenant Colonel. 



Captains. 

Charles Stephen Walker 

George Vernon Column Napier.... 

John Purcfoy Ellis Jervoise 

Benjamin Louis Gilson 

Robert George Dickson 

George Edmund Rogers 

Charles William Hawker Helyar. 



Lieutenants. 

Thomas Hopwood Peckham 

Robert Elton Grey 

Samuel Job Lea 

Robert Gustavus Alexander 

Arthur James Ramsay Van Cortlandt 

George Charles Fuller 

Harry Courtenay Jackson 

William George Matthews [Riding Master } 

13 July 67), Adjutant 12 June 77 j 

Reginald Charles Freeman 

Charles James Robarts 



Second Lieutenants. 

James Selby Robson Scott 

St. Clair Oswald 

Arthur Bingham Crabbe 

Herbert Bethune Patton 



COKSKT. 



LIEUT. 



CATTAIN. 



p 10 May 6i p 26Feb. 64 

p 22 Sept. 63] p 9 Aug. 64 

p i6Nov. 66 p 3 Juue 68 

p 7 Aug. 67 i^ Oct. 63 

p 2 7 Nov. 66 p 2 9 May 69 
30 May 



69 
p 2 Feb. 64 



'17 Nov. 
28 Oct. 



:vn LIEIT. 



21 April 77 
14 Sept. 78 
1 1 May 78 

22 Jan. 79 



June 71 
Dec. 65 



22 June 67 

17 Nov. 69 

21 June 71 

4 Nov. 74 

8 Mar. 76 

27 Oct. 78 

31 Oct. 71 



BBEV.UAJ. 



BT.LT.OOL. 



28 Oct. 
28 Oct. 

6 Mar. 
26 Mar. 
28 Oct. 

2 Nov. 
10 Oct. 
23 Jan. 
28 Feb. 
12 Feb. 



Paymaster. — 

Riding Master. — William John Rant, 28 April 75. 

Quarter Master. — George Mathews, 26 June 67. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — John Italdock, 15 Feb. 56 ; nt Class, 21 Aug. 67. 

Blue— Facings Scarlet.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Irish Agents, Sir E. Borough, Bt. and Co. 
Embarked for the East Indies, 15 Nov. 1868. 



1 Sir George Henry Lockwood commanded the jrd I. 

istan under General Pollock (Medal, and CB). and WH8 
Jugdulliiek, action of Te/.een, and ILul'tkotul, OCCUjpali 
in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, and commanded a 



:00ns throughout the campaign of 1S42 in Affghati- 
forcing the Khybrr Pass, storming the heights of 
ool, siege ami capture of lstaliff. He served also 
at the battle Of Goojerat (Medal with one Clasp). 



146 



4th {The Q 



ueen s 



Own) Hussars. 



Tshorncliffe. 



Years' Ser . I 
Full I Half 
Pay.! Pay. 



"Talaveba" "Albuheba" "Salamanca" "Vittobia" "Toulouse" "Peninsula" " Affghanistan " 

" Ghuzn ee " "Alma" "Balaklava" "Inkebman" "Sevastopol." 
Colonel.— Lord George Augustus Frederick Paget, 1 ECB. Comet Sc Sub Lt. P 2S July 34 ; Lt. p i Dec. 37 ; 

Capt. p i7 Aug. 41 ; Major, p 3o Jan. 46; Lt. Colonel, P 2Q Dec. 46; Colonel, 20 June 54; Major General, 

11 Nov. 61 : Lieut. General, 28 Feb. 71 ; General, 1 Oct. 77; Colonel 4th Hussars, 7 Jan. 74. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Alexander George Montsomery Moore, Cornet, P13 Dec. 50; Lt. p 6 July 52; Capt, 

p p May 56 ; Major, 14 Sept. 67 ; Lt. Colonel, p 23 Dec. 68 ; Colonel, 23 Dec. 73. 
Major. — Francis Barker Montague, Cornet, 26 Feb. 56; Lt. 13 Apr. 58; Captain, 14 Sept. 67; Major, 

13 Sept. 79. _^ 



COBNET. 



6 April 55 
26 Feb. 58 



Captains. 

George Philips 

William Miles Nairn Kington, Adjutant \ 

Gloucestershire Yeomanry Cavalry j 

Francis Arthur Hutchins p 25 May 60 

Neil Benjamin Edmonstone p 5 June 66 

Henry Fane Grant p 23 Dec. 68 

Walter Chrystie Underwood 1*14 July 69 

Charles Edward Pennefather ' p i4 July 69 

William Alexander Ramsay p 1 Sept. 69 



Lieutenants. 

Francis Campbell Pearson 

Cecil Wyburn Peters , 

John Farmer, Adjutant 23 June 75 

Spencer Walpole Follett 

Edwin William Exham 

Charles Lancelot Skinner 

Frederick Henry Blacker 

Daniel Louis De la Cherois 

Second Lieutenants. 
William Pierrepont Wilson-Todd... 

Edward Asheton Critchley 

Ivan Owden Richardson 

Ronald Kincaid- Smith ' 



2ND LIEUT, 

31 Oct. 7 

22 Jan. 79 

6 Aug. 79 

27 Aug. 79 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



'29 May 57 p 7 Nov. 62 

' 8 Feb. 61 p i9 April 64 

p 3i Mar. 63 p 1 Feb. 68 

3 April 69; 21 July 75 

8 Dec. 69, to Jan. 79 1 

2 Aug. 71; 7 Mar. 77 

7 Aug. 7 oj 6 Aug. 79 

Jan. 71 13 Sept. 79 



2 Dec. 74 

11 Feb. 75 
23 June 75; 
20 Nov. 75 

12 Feb. 76 
5 June 76 

28 Oct. 76 

29 Nov. 76 



BBE V.MAJ. I BT.LT.CQL. 

16 Dec 76[ 
1 Oct. 77 



16 ... Paymaster.— Henry Askew Cherry, 19 March 79 ; Ens. p 3o Dec. 64 ; Lt. 23 June 69 ; Capt. 9 Aug. 76. 
6 ... Hiding Master.— Hugh Ernest Elliott, 30 Sept. 74. 
6 ... Quarter Master. — William Leetch, 28 Mar. 74. 

Veterinary Surgeon.— Hea Matthews, 24 July 72. 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. — Irish Agents, Sir E. Borough, St. and Co. 
Returned from the Crimea, 28 May 1856.— Embarked for India, 15 Oct. 1867. 

1 Lord George Paget served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55; commanded the 4th Light Dragoons at the 
battle of Alma, and in the Light Cavalry charge of Balaklava. Commanded the Light Cavalry Brigade at the 
battles of Inkerman 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 with four Clasps, Officer of the Legion 
of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 3rd Class of the Medjidie) . 



Woolwich. J 



5th (Royal Irish) Laneers. 



i47 

Years' Ser. The Harp and Crown. " Quis Separabit?" 

g^lflColonel.— Henry Darby-Griffith, 1 CB. Ensign, P 2S Nov. 28 ; Zt. P25 Nov. 31 ; Capt. p i Aug. 34 ; Major* 
Pay. p 6 Nov. 46 ; Zt. Colonel, p 27 Aug. 52 ; Colonel, 28 Nov. 54 ; Major General, 31 Mar. 66; Lieutenant General, 
\ 14 April 74 ; General, 1 Oct. 77 ; Colonel 5th Lancers, 1 Jan. 72. 
Lieutenant Colonel. —William Lloyd Brownie, Ensign, v i$ Nov. 55; Zt. 1 May 58; Capt. p n Mar. 62 ; Major, 

12 Oct. 68 ; Brevet Lieutenant Colonel, 1 Oct. 77 ; LI .Colonel, 15 Mar. 79. 
Major. — Boyle Vandeleur, Cornet, 10 Sept. 5S; Lt. p i6 Nov. 60; Capt.^2^ Jan. 63; Bt.Major,j May > 
Major, 15 Mar. 79. 



,1 ^ 

I 



77; 



LIEUT. 



Aug. 
I July 



Captains. |' 2HD l " 

Comwallis Henry Chichester 3 j p iS Feb. 53 

p.s.c. Ludovick Montefiore Carmichael, "> p, c -Kr nxr c., 

D.A.Q.M. Gen. Intelligence Branch ... j ' 5 OV< 

Joseph Spencer Benyon ,p 23 Sept. 62 >' 7 April 

Richard Fielding Morrison* p 3o Mar. 58 iP 24 Dec. 

Alfred Bissel Harvey, Adjutant 1 Devon \ PjSOct. 64 1 5 Mar, 

Yeomanry Cavalry $\ 

Edward Groves Paley p 2 Jan. 69 

Richard St. Leger Moore i p 1 Feb. 67 

Cecil William Norton, at Staff College p 9 April 70 

Augustus Campbell Spencer 

Thomas Fletcher (Riding Master 6 Dec. 7: 

Lieutenants. 

Henry Courtenay Morland 

James Frederick Love Russell 

Julian John Newton Spicer, Adjutant') J 

21 June 79 '. i 

George Richard Tufton 

Henry Dent Brocklehurst 

Arthur Gerald Chapman 

Edward Charles William Gilborne 

Arthur Francis Macmillan-Scott 

Archibald Cosmo Little 



CAPTAIN. 



Second Lieutenants. 

Llewellyn He vwood Jones 

Christian Combe 

John Sinclair 

George Edward de Vere Kennedy. 



2ND LIEUT. 



10 Nov. 77 
5 Oct. 78 

13 Aug. 79 

11 Oct. 79 



"19 Feb. 
^29 May 

28 Oct. 

28 Oct. 
3 Feb. 


7" 
69 
71 
71 

75 


11 Feb. 

12 Feb. 
26 Mar. 


75 
75 
75 


11 Feb. 
29 Nov. 


76 
76 



54 7 April 58 
63 p 29 Jan. 70 
65 p 24 Dec. 70 
58 p ioJuly 63 
69 5 June 75 
16 Dec. 74 
6 Jan. 75 
16 Dec. 76 
15 Mar. 79 
21 Mar. 79 



BltEV.MAJ. 



5 July 72 
1 Oct. 77 



BT.LT. COL. 



11 Sept. 77 
29 Nov. 77 

12 Nov. 74 
!i March 79 



. Paymaster).— Maurice Hartland Mahon, 8 Mar. 58; Kon.Major, 8 Mar. 73. 

4V '2 « . Ge T r f ° 3 n hn H haS- Whitt ™g ton > r A P r - 78 ; Ens. p i 4 July S7 ■ Lt. "23 Apr. 5 S ; Capt. 10 Oct. -o. 

Hiding Master.— John Crowdy, 2 Nov. 66. ° " " ' ' "ww/o* 

Quarter Master.— Douglas Shawe, 4 Feb. 71. 
1'etrrinary Surgeon.— 

Facings Scarlet.— Age/its, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Irish Agents, Sir E. Borough Bt and Co 
Beturnedfrom India, 21 December 1874. 

* General Darby-Griffith served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, in command of the Scots Grevs including th» 
affair of M'Kenzie's Farm, buttles of Ualaklava (wounded in the head by a pistol-ball), Inkermaii arid Tehprni.™. 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Aide de Camp to the Queen and Colonel, Medal with three Clasps CB SirliniVn 
and Turkish Medals, and 4 th Class of the Medjidie). l ' - sartt ""an 

■> Maior Chichester served with the 13th Light Infantry in the. Crimea from 30th June 18^5 including H10 i«,h-i„ 
of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). glM Dattle 

* Major Morrison (formerly a Captain in the 51st Foot) served with the 19th Regiment in the Eastarn Camniion 
sip to 28th October 1854, including the battle of Alma and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps and Turkish 
Medal) . 



143 



6th (IanitlcilUng) Dragoons. [ Edinburgh. 

'Ser.j The Castle of Inniskilling. "Watebloo" "Balaklava" "Sevastopol." 

Hall Colonel.— Sir Henry Dalryniple White, 1 KCB. Cornet, p n May 38 ; Lt. p 8 Feb. 39; Capt. 1*17 May 44- Major 
±^\ p 22Dec. 48; Lt. Colonel, 1 June 54 ; Colonel, 28 Nov. 54; Major General, 6 March 68; Lieutenant General' 
i 31 March 77 ; General, 27 May 79 ; Colonel 6th Dragoons, 1 Aug. 74. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Edward Arthur Gore, Cornet, P25 Aug. 58 ; Lt. p i 2 June 60 ; Capt. p i 9 April 4 ; Major, 

p 29 May 69 ; Brevet Lieutenant Colonel, 1 Oct. 77; Lieutenant Colonel, 23 Jan. 78. 
Major.— Francis George Savage Curtis.* Cornet, p i5Dec. 54 ; Lt. 24 Sept. 55 ; Capt. 5 Mar. 58 ; Brevet 
Major, 5 July 72 : Majo 



.la 



Bt.Lt. Colonel, 17 Nov. 70. 



Captains. 

William Ward Bennitt 

Albert Froom 

Frederick William Bloomfield 
George Gilbert Joseph Thackeray 



LIEUT. 



p 5 Aug. 59 Pi 7 Sept. 61 v 8 Feb. 

p 28 Jan. 62 p n April 68 p io Jan. 

p 28 Aug. 63 p 2s Nov. 68 3 Aug 

p 9 April 70 p 9 Sept. 71 23 Jan. 

Richard Edward Rowley Martin" ^31 July 67 p 2<j Jan. 70] 8 Dec 

John St. John Frederick 

William Henry Dawson, Adjutant South') 

Nottinghamshire Yeomanry Cavalry j 

Alexander Chalmers M'Kean 

Andrew Green Thompson 



Lieutenants. 

i Duncan Matheson 

.. Henry Leslie Ellis 

. . Edward Graham Pennefather 6 

.. .William Henry Mott 

.. iPatrick John Waldron 

.. Willoughby Harford Hurt Sitwell 

.. Charles William Crosse 

• • Hecry Cockcroft Page-Henderson 



Second Lieutenants. 
Charles Henry Tye, Adjutant 24 May 79 

Walter Hillyar Colquhoun Long 

William Hamilton Brown 

Herbert Turner 



p 27 Apr. 70, 
28 April 70 
28 Oct. 71 



28 Oct. 
I Oct. 

:oct. 

1 Dec. 



77 

16 Feb. 78 
1 May 78 

12 Nov. 78 
1 Mar. 79 



2ND LIEUT. 



25 May 78 

5 Oct. 78 

22 Jan. 79 

11 Oct. 79 



24 Feb. 72 

19 June 72 

23 April 73 

21 Aug. 73 

7 Jan. 74 

29 Nov. 76 

12 Feb. 78 



3 Paymaster. — Alfred Stokes, 11 June 79 ; Ens. 27 July ^s ; Lt. 12 Nov. 58 ; Caj)t. 30 Aug. 68. 
... Biding Master— V€ Joseph Malone, 8 7 Sept. 58. 
.. Quarter Master. — William Oliver, 27 Sept. 79. 
.. Veterinary Surgeon. — James Findlay, 12 Nov. 70. 

Scarlet — Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cos and Co. — Irish Agents, Sir E. Borough, Bt., and Co. 
Beturnedfrom India, 5 April 1867. 
1 Sir Henry Dalrymple White served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 ™ command of the Inniskilling Dragoons, 
including the battles of Balaklava (mentioned in despatches), Inkerman, and Tchernaya, and siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (CB., Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). 

4 Lt.Colonel Curtis served with the 6th Dragoon Guards in the Crimea from the 20th July 1855, including the battle 
of the Tchernaya, siege ani fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also in the campaigrj 
of 1857-58 against the mutineers in India, including the actions on the Hindun of the 30th and 31st May, battle of 
Budleekeserai, siege and fall of Delhi, and subsequent operations under Brigadier Showers ; also the affair of Myn- 
poorie and Kerkrowlie, capture of Bareilly, relief of Shahjehanpore, and subsequent affairs at Mahundee and 
Shahabad (Medal with Clasp). 

6 Lieut. Pennefather served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, in the squadron under Major 
Marter, including the cavalry affair at Erzungayan, and subsequently in Bakei Russell's Flying Column. 

8 Riding Master Malone served in the 13th Light Dragoons throughout the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including 
the affairs of Bulganak and M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava (horse shot), Inkerman, and Tchernaya, 
siege and fall of Sebastopol, and expedition to Eupatoria under General D'Allonville. At daybreak on the 24th 
September 1854, when marching on Balaklava, volunteered with three Troopers, and captured an Escort of the 
enemy's Cavalry, also the baggage which they were taking to Sebastopol (Victoria Cross, Medal with four 
Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 



149 



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Pay. 


Hull 

Pay. 


26 




" 




19 




iS 




16 




IS 
14 
13 




» 




II 




9 




9 

7 
6 
6 




4 
4 

4 




2 




2 




17 

2 3 

18 





7th {The Queen's Own) Hussars. 

The Royal Cypher within the Garter. "Peninsula" " Waterloo" "Lucknow " 
Colonel-Henry Roxby , Benson,' CB. Cornet, y Jan. 40; Lieut. *x 5 Apr. 4* ; C„j< p 27 " June 45 ; ^a>- 
3 Oct. 54; ii.Cofo,^, »2o Sept. 50 ; CVo,^, 23 Sept. 59; Major General, 6 March 68; LieVt General 
Oct. 77 ; Colonel 7th Hussars, 31 July 79. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Hugh D'Arcy P. Burnell, Cornet *n July 54 ; Lt. i 4 Sept. 55 ; Copt. p 3 o July 58 • Major 

* 22 Sept. 63; Bt.Lt.Colonel, 6 Dec. 73 ; Colonel, 6 Dec. 78 ; Lt.Colonel, -3 July 70 ; 

Major.-Francis Massy Drew, 2 Cornet, "18 Sept. 60; X*. "21 July 63; Capt. "13 July 6 7; Major, 23 July 79 



Captains. 

Arthur Peel 3 

John Lombard Hunt 

Hugh M'Calniont,* Aide de Camp to Sir) 

Garnet Wolseley f 

Harrie Archbold Reid 

Frank Shuttleworth 

Charles FitzGerald Thomson, at Staff Coll.. 

Thomas Hele Phipps 

Cecil Loftus Reade 

Harold Paget, Aide de Camp to the Lord) 

Lieutenant of Ireland J 

Lieutenants. 

Wentworth William Hope Johnstone 

Hon. Alfred John George Byng 

John Edward Leveson Jervis, Lord St. ) 

Vincent ) 

Robert Roper, Adjutant 5 Jan. 76 

William Baines Morris 

Henry Matthew Ridley 

William James Gardiner Baird 

Hon. Richard Thompson Lawley 

Hon. Thomas Ashburnham 

Aldred Frederick George Beresford, I 

Viscount Lumley J 

Willoughby Baskerville Mynors 



8 June 61 

''19 Aug. 62 

p 23 June 65 

" 5 July 64 

p 23 June 65 

p 2 7 July 66 

June 67 



19 Nov. 63 : i'2iAug. 69 

p 22Nov. 64- D 22june 70 

p 2 7 July 66Jp 2g May 69 30 Nov. 78 

26 Nov. 68'p 24 Dec. 70' 

p 8 July 68 ,1-22 Feb. 71! 

p 2 2 June 70, 14 June 73! 

"16 Mar. 70 i S Mar. 76 



p 2iMar. 6 5 i p 2 4 Dec. 7°; 22 July 
p 2 3 Jan. 6 9 p 22Feb. 71 23 July 79 



p 1 Sept. 
p 3o Oct. 



'22 Mar. 
"23 Mar. 



2ND LIEUT. 



! Oct. 71 

! Oct. 71 

[April 73 

' Mar. 74 

1 Aug. 74 

: Feb. 76 

: Oct. 76 

: Nov. 76 

: Sept. 78 



13 Sept. 



Second Lieutenants. 
Charles George Welbore Ellis, Visct. \ 

Somerton j 

Thomas Hone 4 Dec. 78 

Paymaster.— Thomas Capel Rose, 1 Apr. 78 ; En*. p i July 6 

Ilidini] Master.— J«hn Boswell, 25 March 56. 

quarter Master— William John Waite, 11 Oct. 76. 

Veterinary Surgeon.— Francis Walker, 3 Oct. 62; xst Class, 23 May 

Blue. — Agents 



Lt. p 4 Dec. 66; Capt. 14 Apr. 75. 



Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane and Sons. 
5 April 1870. 



i Lieut.General Benson commanded the 17th Lancers in the Crimea from 14th Jan. 1855, including the battle 
of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and commanded the Squadron of the Light Brigade 111 the night 
attack on the Russian outposts on the 19th Feb. 1855 (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of tin- Medjidie, and Turkish 
Mi 'dal). Served in the Indian mutiny campaign of 1857-59, and commanded the 2nd Cavalry Column, Malwa Di visum, 
in various operations in Central India and in pursuit of the rebel forces under Tantia Topee and thr llao Sahib, 
who were attacked and defeated with great loss at Zerapore on 25th December 1858 by the 2nd Cavalry Column 
(Colonel, CB., and Medal). ^ 

2 Maior Drew served with a wing of the 7 th Hussars, comprising part of the Doaba Field 1'orcc employed 
against Native tribes on the North West Frontier of India, in November and December 1863, and commanded a 
squadron at the action of Shubkudder on the2nd January 1S64 (Medal with Clasp). 

' s Captain Peel servedin theioist Fusiliers throughout thelndianN.W. Frontier campaign of iS6;and was presentat 
the storming of the Conical Hill, also at the attack and capture of the Crag Piquetand Umbeyla (Medal witli Clasp). 
* Major M'Calmont served on the Red River Expedition in 1870. Accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley to the Gold 
Coast in September 1873, as Aide de Camp (Ashanti Medal). Was appointed a military attache to the British 
Ki.'ibassy at Constantinople on the outbreak of the Russo-Turkish war in 1877, and accompanied the lurkisb. 
armies in the field throughout the campaign in Armenia. 



i5° 



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Pay. 


22 




25 




19 




II 




II 




16 




9 




6 




12 




6 




6 




6 




5 




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5 




4 




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2 




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19 




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3 





8th (The King's Royal Irish) Hussars. [Depor^ahterburV 

The Harp and Crown. " Pristinm virtntis memores."— "Leswakbee" "Hindoostan" "Alma" 

"Balaklava" "Inkerman" "Sevastopol" " Central India." 

Colonel.— Rotlolph (le SnUs, 1 Cornet, p i7 Dec. 30; Lt. "28 June 33; Capt. p 28 April 37: Major, "19 Feb. 47; 

Z>'re<W Lt. Colonel, 28 Nov. 54; Lt. Colonel, 2 Oct. 56; Colonel, 20 Mar. 58; .3fq./oi- General, 6 March 68; 

Lt. General, 1 Oct. 77 ; Colonel 8th Hussars, 22 Sept. 75. 

Lieutenant Colonel.— V(T John Worthy Chaplin, 3 Cornet, 13 April 58; Xf. 20 Nov. 60; Cap?. p 5 April 64 ; 

Jlfa/or, 15 Sept. 77; Lt. Colonel, 14 Nov. 79. 
Major.— Hubert Plunkett Burke, CorHe<, p io July 55 ; Lt. 5 Mar. 58 ; Capt p April 64 ; St. Major, 1 Oct. 77 ; 
Major, 14 Nov. 79. ^ ■ 



Captains. 



William Henrv Field p i7 May 

William Smith Dunbar Abbott p 6 Mar. 

Robert Nassau Sutton p - T 5 Dec. 

Cyril William Bowdler Bell, Commandant \ 

of School of Instruction for Auxiliary \\ p 2 3 Dec. 

Carol, -i/ at AUershot J 

Arthur Mark Crofton 25 Sept. 

Gerrard Auriol de Visme ! 

Edward Eardley Lushington ! p 7 Nov. 

Lieutenants. 
Albemarle Alex. Rawlinson, Adj. 10 Nov. 77 

George Stanley Williams : 

James Davidson 

Edwin James Fell 

Peter Legh Clowes 

David Edward Wood, Interpreter 

John Rupert Robert Lecky 

Bartle Grant 

William Kenyon Mitford 

Thornton Ha'rte Farrer 



Second Lieutenants. 2nd lieut. 

Edwin Christy 8 Dec. 7 

Frank James Carandini 23 Jan. 7 

Charles Rosdew Burn [ 1 May 78 



Charles Edward Duff. 

Herbert Christian Holland . 
Cecil Devereux Holmes .... 



May 
May 
May 78 



1U,K\.MA.T. ! BT. 



[o July 661 p 7 July 69 

'19 Feb. 70 to Mar. 75 

'21 June 71 1 11 Sept. 75 

25 June 69 28 Oct. 76 

28 Oct. 71 16 Jan. 77 

24 July 72 j 15 Sept. 77 

'27 Oct. 71 13 Mar. 78 



J Feb. 74 

j April 74 

1 Dec. 74 
3 Nov. 75 
3 Nov. 75 
i Feb. 75 
i Mar. 76 

2 May 76 
1 Sept. 77 
1 Nov. 77 



Lt. 30 Sept. 63 ; Capt. 7 Aug. 75. 



Paymaster. — Edmund Eyi'e Coote, 1 Apr. 78 ; Ens. p 4 June 61 
Hiding Master.— Frederick Eaton, 12 May 75. 
Quarter Master. — James Andrew Hefferon, 6 24 Nov. 77. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Thomas Flintoff, 23 June 75. 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Irish Agents, Sir E. Borough, Bt. and Co. 
Set umed from Bengal, 2 May 1864. 
1 Lieut.General de Salis served with the 8th Hussars in Turkey and the Crimea from May 1854 till the peace in 1856, 
including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, and Tchernaya, the affairs of Bulganak and M'Kenzie's Farm. 
He commanded the Regt. during the last part of the war, including the battle of Tchernaya and :he fall of Sebasto- 
pol. Commanded the Cavalry at the expedition and capture of Kertch (Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served in command of the 8th 
Hussars in Rajpootana and Central India in 1857-59, and was present at the siege and capture of Kotah, re-occupa- 
tion of Chundarce, battle of Kotahkeserai, capture of Gwalior and of Powree, battle of Sindwaho, actions of Koorwye, 
Koondrye, and Boordah ; commanded Brigades at Kotah, Sindwaho, and Koorwye ; commanded the troops at Boor- 
dah, and received the thanks of the Governor General of India (Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

3 Major Chaplin served with the 67th Regt. in the Chinese campaign of i860, was present in the action at Sinho, 
taking of Tonghoo, and storming of the Takoo Fort where he carried the Queen's Colour after Ensign Fraser was 
wounded, crossed the ditch at the head of the Regt., and was severely wounded in planting the Colour on the cava- 
lier at a very early period and before the Fort surrendered (Medal with Clasps, and Victoria Cross). 

6 Quarter Master Hefferon served the Eastern Campaign of 1854-55 with the 8th Hussars, including the recon- 
naissance to Silistria, battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, and the Tchernaya, affairs of Bulganac and 
M'Kenzie's Farm, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Also served in 
the Indian Campaign of 1858-59, and was present at the capture of Kotah, re-occupation of Chandaree, battle of 
Kota-ke-Serai, and capture of Gwalior (Medal with Clasp for Central India). Has also the Medal for Long and 
Meritorious Service. 



Sealkote, Bengal. (With Cab ul~| n .-. , m i r\ » t> i\ t 

Force.)— Depot, Canterbury. J 9th (The Queen S Boijal) Lancers. 
The Royal Cypher within the Garter. 



151 



' Chillianwallah ' 



'Punniab" "Sobbaon" "Punjaub" 
'Delhi" "Lucknow." 



April 50; Lt. Colonel, 20 Jane 54; Colonel, 20 June 57;" Major General, 6 March 68 ; Lieutenant General 

July 77 ; Colonel 9th Lancers, 8 March 75. 
Lt.Coionel.— Robert Stewart Cleland, Cornet, v j July 57 ; Zt. p 8 April 59 ; Capt. P9 Aug. 64 ; Brevet 

Major, 1 Oct. 77 ; Major, 16 Feb. 78 ; Lt.Coionel, 27 June 79. 
Major.— Henry Augustus Bushman, Cornet, 9 Nov. 58; Lt. P30 June 63; Captain, 9 Mar. 72; Major 

27 June 79. 



Colonel.— Sir Archibald Little, 1 KCB Comet, p 4 Oct. 31 ; Lt. p 3 i Aug. 32 ; Capt. '24 



37; Major, 



Captains. 

Henry Richard Abadie, 4 Brigade Major, 
Candahar Force 

Son. Heneage Legge 

Herbert Wynne Apperley 

James Alex. Fra. Humberston Stewart 
Mackenzie 

ITiE Lord Win. Leslie De la Poer Beres- 
fovA,Aide de Camp to theViceroy of India 
illiam Henry Fife, Adjutant North 
Somerset Yeomanry Cavalry 

John James Scott Chisholme 

Bloomfield Gough 

Hon. Eustace Vesey, Adjutant Dorsetshire 
Yeomanry Cavalry 



Lieutenants. 

Egremont Eaden Shearburn 

George Alfred Penrhys Evans 

on. Charles George Lascelles 

Charles John William Trower 

Edward Bowater M'Innis, Adj. 22 June 77 

Henry Castell Hopkins 

Charles John Bernhard Hough Dressner 
John Henry Lamont 



Second Lieutenants. 

James Hunter 

Edw. Herbert de Tour Gonne Bell-Martin 

Malcolm Orme Little 

Edward Pellier Johnson 

Charles Bishop 



6 Aug. 58 



p 22 Sept. 63 



LIEUT. I CAPTAIN. 



! Dec. 60 14 Feb. 72 
Sept. 63 Pn Dec. 66 



p 27 July 66 g Sept. 74 
1 May 67']? 8 June 701 15 July 76 
8 June 6; v 6 July 70! 27 Dec. 76 
1 April 68 p 2 5 Mar. 71 
10 Jan. 72 



27 April 70 2 8 Oct. 71 
23 April 73 



2ND LIEUT. 



20 Mar. 78 

20 Mar. 78 
11 May 

23 July 79 

13 Aug. 79 



23 May 74 
13 June 74 
27 Mar. 74 
2 Dec. 74 
29 April 74 
26 Aug. 76 
n Sept. 76 
29 Nov. 77 



16 Feb. 78 
2 Mar. 78 

17 July 78 
27 June 79 



22 Nov. 79 



Paymaster. — John Warden M'Farlan, 16 Oct. 66 ; Hon. Captain, 16 Oct. 71. 
Riding Master.— John Marshall, 27 Feb. 75. 
Quarter Master. — John Forsythe, 27 Sept 79. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — James Augustus Woods, 24 Sept. 70. 

Blue — Facings Scarlet. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. — Irish Agents, Sir E. Borough, Bt. and Co.* . 
Embarked for India, 9 January 1875. 
1 Sir Archibald Little served with the 9th Lancers in the Sutlej campaign in 1846, including the battle of Sobraon 
(Medal). Served as Brigadier in command of the Cavalry at the relief of Lucknow, and commanded the post at 
Dilkoosha from 16th to 24th Nov. 1857, for which he received the thanks of the Commander in Chief and Governor 
General in Council, and CB. Commanded the Cavalry and three troops Horse Artillery at the battle of Cawnpore 
and pursuit of the Gwalior mutineers on the 6th Dec, actions at Seraighat and Khudargunge. Commanded the 
1st Brigade of Cavalry at the siege of Lucknow, until severely wounded by a musket-ball through the left elbow 
(three times mentioned in Despatches, Medal with Two Clasps). 

* Major Abadie served in the Abyssinian campaign with the Transport Train, and was present at the action at 
Arogee (mentioned in despatches), and capture of Magdala (Medal). 



52 



10th {The Prince of Wales' Own Eoyal) Hussars. [^gftfe^ 



The Prince's Plume. The Rising Sun and Red Dragon. "Peninsula" " Wateeloo" "Sevastopol." 
~'„ Colonel.— His Eoyal Highness Albert Edward, Prince of Wales and Duke of Cornwall, KG. KT. KP. GCB. 



GCSI. GCMG. Colonel, 9 Nov. 5S; General, 9 Nov. 62 



Field Marshal, 29 May 75 ; Colonel 10th Hussars, 
June 58 ; Capt. p 23 Aug. 61 



Xorrf Ralph Drury Kerr, CB. Cornet, p 24 Nov. 57 ; £*• 
Major. 26 March 73 ; Lt. Colonel, 31 May 76. 
Major.— Edward Alexander Wood, Cornet, 16 July 58 ; Lt. v ^o Sept. 59 ; Capt. p i3 July 67; Major, 31 May 76 
Bt.Lt. Colonel, 22 Nov. 79. _____ 



Captains. 



CAPTAIN. 1 BBEV.MAJ. | BT. LT.COL. 



• • Thomas James Williams Bulkeley p 14 July 58 p i6 Oct. 60 p i5 Feb. 

• • Robert Spencer Liddell,^.?><a«t Cara/ry } z8 UaI , 58-^22 July 5 Q lp 2 May 

Depot )\ 1 I 

• • Thomas Astell St. Quintin i 30 Dec. 59 p 16 Jan. 63 p i? Aug, 

• • i Boy ce Albert Combe, 1 D.A.Q.M.G. Bengal 27 Aug. 60 6 May 65 

• • Robert C. D'Esterre Spottiswoode 20 Mar. 58 21 June 58 

• • [Hugh Sutlej Gough, Aide de Camp to Com- ) r M fi8 . ag Qct 

I mander iu Chief, East Indies J J ' ' 

.. Manners Charles Wood p 1 Sept. 69 p 27 Oct. 



22 Nov. 79 



Montagu Maule Slade p i5 Feb. 

Hon. James Pearse Napier, Interpreter \ 

Lieutenants. 
I John Palmer Brabazon,* Extra Aide de\ 

I Camp to the Viceroy of India $ 

Edward Temple Rose 

William Edward Phillips I 

Ralph Bromfield Willington Fisher 

Philip Durham | 

David Stanley William, Lord Ogilvy ' 

Richard Henry Francis Wharton Wilson 5 ...' 

Charles Staniforth Greenwood 

Charles Sandes (Siding Master 6 Sept. } 

73), Adjutant 24 Nov. 77 J 

Lord Alwyne Frederick Compton 



Sub Lieutenants. 

Charles Molyneux Grenfell 

Second Lieutenants. 
Herbert Tongue Allsopp 



2ND LIEUT. 



8 Dec. 77 

Hon. George Leopold Bellew 13 Oct. 77 

Charles George Boyd Saunders n May 78 



28 Oct. 
19 Oct. 


7* 
72 


13 June 


74 


13 June 
23 April 
27 June 


74 
74 

74 


20 Nov. 
13 June 
26 July 
12 Feb. 


75 
75 
76 
77 


24 Nov. 


77 


18 Mar. 


75 


SUB LIEUT. 


11 Nov. 


76 



70 22 Nov. 
2 Feb. 73 l 22 Nov. 
9 April 70 1 

23 June 75 

2 Feb. 78 j 

23 Jan. 781 

8 Nov. 79 



May 72 



Paymaster. — Stephen Murphy, 6 8 May 67 ; Honorary Capta 
a ... Biding Master.— Henry M'Gee, 13 Nov. 72. 
8 I ... ' Quarter Mast er. — William King, 2 Nov. 72. 
20 ... 'Veterinary Surgeon. — Wilbam Appleton, 31 Jan. 60; 1st Class, 4 Oct. 73. 

Blue.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Irish Agents, Sir B. Borough, Bt. and Co. 
Returned from the Crimea, 2 June 1856. Embarked for India, 10 January 1S73. 

1 Major Combe served with the 3rd Sind Horse in the Abyssinian campaign, and was present as Orderly 
Officer 10 Colonel Fraser at the action of Arogee, and capture of Magdala (Medal). 

* Lieutenant Brabazon, formerly Lt. and Captain Grenadier Guards, served as a volunteer in the Ashanti war 
in 1874 and was attached to the expedition under Captain Butler to Western Akim, and afterwards to the Transport 
service. 

5 Lieut. Wilson served in the Ashanti Campaign in 1873 as Midshipman on board H.M.S. " Rattlesnake," and 
received a slight gunshot wound on the 14th August (Medal). 

6 Captain Murphy served in the 52nd Light Infantry with the Punjaub Movable Column during the Indian 
mutiny in 1837-58 (Medal). 



11th (Prince Albert's Own) Hussars. 153 

"Egypt" (with the Sphinx). "Salamanca" "Peninsula" "Waterloo" " Bhurtpobe " " Alma" 
"Balaklava" "Inkekman " "Sevastopol." •»-... ' 

Colonel.— William Neville distance, 1 CB. Ensign, p n Oct. 31 ; Lt. p 26 June 35; Capt. 9 i6 Mar. 3S ; Major, 

p i6 Sept. 51 ; Lt. Colonel, 1 Aug. 56 ; Colonel, 19 Jan. 58 ; Major General, 6 Mar. 6S ; Lieutenant General, 

1 Oct. 77 ; Colonel nth Hussars, 8 Mar. 75. 
Lieutenant Colonel. —Albert Peel Garnett, Comet, p 6 Feb. 57 ; Lt. 5 Mar. 58 ; Capt. p n June 59; Srev. Major, 

5 July 72; Major, 17 May 76 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 3 April 78. 
Major.— Walter Balfe, Comet, p 27 Jan. 57 ; Lt. v ic, Feb. 58 ; Capt. p i6 Oct. 60 ; Brevet Major, 29 Aug. 73 ; 

Major, 3 April 78. 



Captains. 
Edward Stirling Rivett-Caraac/J/i/j/ary > 

Secretary to the Governor nf Bombay $ 

St. John Stewardson Taylor 

John Donald Hamill Stewart, Vice Consul 



LIEUT. 



CAPTMN. 



4 Jan. 
20 Dec. 



18 May 58 25 Jan. 71 
14 Sept. 66 11 Sept. 75 



Anatolia '. ] J 1 22 Sept. 65 ^13 Jan. 69 1 , 7 May 76 



West I 



:Oct. 



671 28 Oct. 71 8 Jan. 
64 p i4 July 69! 24 Nov. 



John Charlton Kinchant, Adjutant : 

I York Yeomanry Cavalry 

Augustus Charles Frederick FitzGeorge... 23 Dec. 

Charles Verelst Verelst p 2o Oct. 

jEdward Henry Green p i4 Oct. 

Livingston Thompson. 

'p.s.c. Harry James Watson 9 { 7 May 

Lieutenants. 
jKildare Borrowes, Extra Aide de Camp\ 
) to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland 

Maxwell Archibald C 

Henry Davis Willock 

Andrew Burrell Hayley 

Lord Edmund Bernard Talbot 

Henry Jack Cumming 

Robert Henry Hardy . 

Hon. Henry Arthur Ormsby Gore 

Algernon Francis Peyton 



Second Lieutenants. 

Richard Fort 30 Jan. 78 

Lord Ernest William Hamilton n May 78 

William Harrison 25 May 78 

Charles Henry Eyre Coote 13 Aug. 79 



Paymaster.— Richard S. Crawley, 2 Oct. 66; Son. Captain, 2 Oct. 71. 

Riding Master. — Francis Levison Michael, 10 n July 56. 

Quarter Master. — Edward Frayling, 1 April 76. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Charles Percivall, 30 June 63; 1st Class, 11 Nov. 76. 




3 Apr, 

24 Mar. 75 

25 Oct. 79 
19 Feb. 79 



BRKV.MAJ. 



BT.iT.COL. 



Blue.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Irish Agents, Sir E. Borough, Bt. and Co. 
Returned from India, 7 January 1878. 

1 Lieut. General distance served in the Crimean campaign from 14th Aug. 1S55, including the battle of Tchernaya, 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Order of the Me.djidie, 5th Class, and Turkish Medal). Commanded 
the Carabineers at the outbreak of the mutiny at Meerut on 10th May 1857, also in the subsequent campaign of that 
year, including the battles of the Hindun, the 30th and 31st May (horse killed) ; battle of Budlckaserai (horse 
wounded), affair of 9th June, and siege of Delhi. Commanded the whole of the Irregular Cavalry under Sir Hope 
Grant, at the storming of the city on the 14th September. Commanded the Cavalry of BrigadierShowers' Column 
during the subsequent operations. In command of the Carabineers and Hodson's Horse captured the fortress of 
Kanound with 22 guns and 7 1 ? lacs of treasure. Also in command of the Carabineers and 2nd Bengal Fusiliers, sur- 
prised the city of Furruck Nuggur, taking the Nawab. Commanded a Wing of the Carabineers in the action of Bun- 
kagaon on nth Oct. 1858, also three squadrons during the subsequent campaign in Oude, including the actions of 
Mahoudipore, Russoolpore, advance on and capture of the fortress Mitoudce, the actions of Allygung and Bishwa, 
joined the Agra Field Force by forced marches, and commanded a Wing of the Carabineers in pursuit of Tantia Topee 
for three months through Rajpootana and Central India, during which frequently commanded detached Columns 
(thanked by the Governor General in Council, and frequently mentioned in despatches, Medal with (Hasp, Brevet of 
Colonel, and CB.). 

7 Captain Rivett-Carnac served in the Indian mutiny campaign attached to a troop of the 7th Hussars from 
March to Juno 1858. Served with Fane's Horse during the China campaign of i860, and was present at the 
action of Sinho, taking of the Taku Forts, actions of the iSth and 21st September, and subsequent operations before 
Pekin. Was extra Orderly Officer to Brigadier Pattle during the actions of the 12th Aug. and 1 3th Sept. (men- 
tioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps). Served throughout the Abyssinian campaign of 1868 with the Trans- 
port Train, and was present at the fall of Magdala (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

9 Captain Watson served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879 ; was Staff Officer at Conference 
Hill from 13th June to 3rd August, and served afterwards with the squadron of the Regiment in Baker Russell's 
Flying Column. 

10 Riding Master Michael served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affair of Bulganak, battles of 
Alma and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and was also present with the Light Brigade at Eupatoria 
(Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 



i54 



12th (The Prince of Wales' Royal) Lancers. 

The Prince's Plume. 



[Secunderabad, Madras. 
Depot, Canterbury. 
The Rising Sun and Red Dragon. "Egypt" (with the Sphinx). "Peninsula." 
"Watebloo" "Sevastopol" " Central India." 
Colonel.— Thomas Hooke Pearson, 1 CB. Cornet, p i4 Mar. 25 ; Lt. p i Aug. 26 j Capt. p i6 Aug. 31 ; Bt.Mujor, 
19 June 46; Major, p 23 April 47; Bt. Lt.Colonel, 20 June 54; Colonel, 26 Oct. 58; Major General 6 Mar. 68; 
Lieut. General, 1 Oct. 77; Colonel 12th Lancers, 4 Feb. 79. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— John Charles Le Quesne, 2 Cornet, p 2. 

Major, 24 April 72 ; Lt. Colonel, 5 June 75. 
Major. — John Sprot Tait, Cornet, p 8 July 62 ; Lt. p 3i Jan. 65 ; Capt. p i3 June 6 8; Major, 14 June 76. 



29 April 56; Lt. 7 July 57 ; Capt. p i8 July 62 ; 



Captains. I cobnet. 

John Cecil Russell, 3 Equerry to H.B.H. j Lg _ &q 

the Prince of Wales J "' 

John Beauchamp Hayes | p 22Feb. 68 

p.s.c. Son. Henrv John Lindley Wood 1 | p 3 o Aug. 64 

I H on. Walter John Stewart | p i4 Oct. 68 

John Frederic Hornby , p 3o Jan. 66 

Gabriel Roland Rusconibe Poole j p 2 Jan. 69 

George Mure Martin p 23 Jan. 69 

'Edmund Morton Manscl-Pleydell p 8 June 70 

Charles Edward Beck ' 



Second Lieutenants. 

George Pearson 30 Oct. 78 

Sidney George Crosse 4 Dec. 78 



Lieutenants. 

Mervyn Henry Archdale 1 

Henry Ashton Case, Instructor of Mus-\\ 2 g 0c t 

Tcetry, Cavalry Depot J 

George Henry Dean 

Philip Paston Mack 

William Colquhoun 

Joseph Henry Banks, Adjutant 10 Mar. 75 

Thomas Alexander Hill 

Frederick William Benson, at Staff College 

Edward Coope Fulcher 

Abercromby Anson Craven Nelson . 
(Ernest Henry Godolphin Quicke . ... 
Hon. George William Henry Vernon 



26 June 67 



2ND LIEUT. 



LIEUT. 



p i6 Aug. 64 

p 1 Sept. 69 

p 28 May 70 

p 9 Oct. 69 

7 May 68 

p 3 Aug. 70 

p io Aug. 70 

p 25 Mar. 71 

3 Aug. 72 



28 Oct. 72 

30 Dec. 72 

9 Aug. 73 

12 Aug. 74 

28 Oct. 71 
26 Mar. 75 

9 April 70 

14 Aug. 73 

10 Jan. 72 

29 Nov. 76 
26 Mar. 75 



p 28May 70, 

3 Aug 72, 

1 April 74 1 

3 Oct. 74 1 

7 July 75 

p 3i Oct. 71 ' 

14 June 76 

31 Aug. 78 

12 Nov. 7S 



April 74 



BT.LT.COL. 



29 Nov. 



Paymaster. — Alexander Sidney G. Jauncey, 1 Feb. 68; Honorary Captain, 1 Feb. 73. 

Hiking Master. — Henry Robertson, 17 Jan. 72. 

Quarter Master.- — Henry Denver, 30 Dec. 76 ; Lieut. 22 Sept. 75. 

Veterinary Surgeon. — Stuart Murray Wilson, 14 July 69. 

Blue — Facings Scarlet.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. — Irish Agents, Sir E. Borough, Bt. and Co. 
Embarked for India, 29 December 1876. 

1 Lieut.General Pearson served in the nth Light Dragoons at the siege and capture of Bhurtpore, in 1825-26, 
and was a volunteer for the dismounted Cavalry storming party (Medal). Served with the 16th Lancers at 
the battle of Maharajpore, 29th Dec. 1843 (Bronze Star). Also with the 16th Lancers in the Sutlej campaign in 1846, 
including the action of Buddiwal, and battles of Aliwal and Sobraon— at Aliwal he commanded the Right Wing 
of the 16th Lancers, and commanded the Regiment in the latter part of the action; commanded the Regiment at 
Sobraon and to the end of the campaign (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal and one Clasp, Brevet of Major, 
and OB.). 

2 Lt.Colonel Le Quesne served with the 12th Lancers in India during the mutiny (Medal). 

3 Lt.Colonel J. C. Russell served throughout the second phase of theAshanti war in 1874 as Aide de Camp to Sir 
Archibald Alison, and was present at the battle of Amoaful, the battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

* Major Hon. H. J. L. Wood landed at the Gold Coast on the 30th November 1873, and served as Aide de Camp 
to Sir Garnet Wolseley throughout the second phase of the Ashanu war, including the capture of Borborassie, battle 
of Amoaful, the battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie, after which he was sent home with the despatches 
(mentioned in despatches, promoted from Lieutenant in the 10th Hussars to Captain in the 12th Lancers, Brevet of 
Major, Medal with Clasp). 



Lucknow, Bengal." 
Depot, Canterbury . 



13th Hussars. 



155 



Balaklava 



' In: 



:km.is 



\.;,rs'Srr.| " Viret in Sternum." "Peninsula" " Waterloo " " Almj 

Full Half " Sevastopol." 

Pay. p„ v., Colonel.- John Lawrenson.i Cornet, 12 Nov. 18; Lt. 6 Dec. 21 ; Capt. »2 7 Aug. 25 ; Bt.Major, 38 June ,8 

I -T' l\ r' 39 ; ? t( i? !o " e! < "27 June 45 ; Colonel, 20 June S4 ; MajorG, ,;,/, April 00 ; Lieut. General 

25 Aug. 68 : Crr» f ™?, 2 Nov. 75 ; Colonel 13th Hussars, 10 Deo; 68: .tre»eras, 

20 ... jLieutenwit Colonel -p.^c Henry Thos. Butler, En*. 2 Mar. 60 ; Lt. "27 May 62 ; Capt. p« Nov. 6 s ; MW, 
. "17 Aug. 70; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 1 Oct. 77; Lt. Colonel, 13 Nov. 7S ^ 

Major.— Baker Creed Russell, 4 CB. CorHef, 2 Nov. 55: Lt 1 Auo- =6- Cairt 
24 Jan. 65 ; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 1 April 74 ; 3fa/or, 15 July -8 "' ' ' 



59 5 Bt.Major, 



C'OKXKT. 



Captains. 

Arthur Charles Pole I p n Julv 6- 

Herbert Hale Forbes Clifford, D.A.A. > I „ ' 

General, Bengal ) I 2 3 Oct. 57 

William Henry Brooke Peters l p 2oMar. 61 



3 June 
[2 Mar. 



Edward Henry Maunssll !';=N;v 60 r £C Oct. 6s 

Thomas George Cuthell Ip 24 Jan. 65 p 6 July 67 

John Kinder Spilling p .June t, ; p 4 Feb 

Richard Knox p i6 Oct. 67 28 Oct,' 

William Freeman P22 Mar. 71 2S Oct 

Lieutenants. 

Ernest Richard Hope Torin p is Feb 

William Christie (Q.M.& Aug. 68), AJju-~ 

taut 1 Jan. 73 

Henry Frederick Lane .' 

Arthur Montagu Brookfield 

Philip Kavanagh Doyne 

Henry John Blugrove ,\ 

John Henry Wn tson 

Roliert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell 

Frederick: Stevens Dimond 

Donald MacDougall 



3 Sept. 70 
p i 4 Mar. 63 



I'AI'TAIN. 



17 Jan. 72 

26 July 73 

17 July 72 

25 June 73 

p 7 May 70' 

15 July 78 

17 Mar. 77 

10 Nov. 70 



BKEV.MA.T. ; BT.LT.COL. 



Second Lieutenants. 
FitzRoy James Wilberforce Farquhar 

Godfrey Massy Vere Hunt 

Alfred Morris 



2ND LIEUT. 

21 Aug. 78 
7 June 79 
9 July 79 



S Oct. 7 

1 Aug. 7 

S Oct. 7 

2 Nov. 73 
5 Mar. 70 
1 Feb. 75 

3 Feb. 74 
i Sept. 76 
c Sept. 76 
3 Sept. 76 



Paymaster.— Luke FitzGerald Bernard/ 8 Dec. 48; Ensign 
hiding Master.— Mnwy Hubbard, 6 22 May 66. 
Quarter Master.— Frederick Lewis, 23 Nov 72. 
Veterinary Surgeon.— Frank Garratt, 27 Au"- 70. 



p 6 Aug. 4 1 ; Lt. p 3 May 44 ; Hon. Major, 1 Jan. 60. 



mne—Faclngi UalV.-Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Irish Agents, Sir E. Borough, Bt. and Co. 
Embarked for India 7 Jan. 1874. 






* Lt.Colonel Russell was at Meerut with the Carabineers ; 
./hen Colonel Gerrard was killed ; was afterwards present v 
where— his three senior officers being killed— he commande 
Lancers ; again, on the 17th Dec. 1S57, he commanded the ( 
were killed,—" To Lieut. Russell,'' 



itoreak of the Sepoy mutiny, and at Kurnaul 
'!i'> Movables Column at.the battle of Gungareev 
adron of his Regt. and a Detachment of the 9th 
the action of Putteali, where over 700 Sepoys 
■ despatch, "who commanded the Cavalry, as 

pu S " He comman^^ ^1« 



writes Sir Thomas Seaton i 



well as to his brave companions in arms, my thanks are specially due, for their gallantry i 

r alry also at Mynpooree, whe - 

is killed and Biireilly taken ; 
^S^&^_*S*_?£??™i ?» d P«™««> with destruction of the Fort of Mahnndee; action"^ Bunk"agaon; 



operations in Oinle anil actions of Mohudipore and Russoolpm-e, attack and capture of Fort Mitoulee actions of 

^S 6 C PrMod^l wTrT Cd r il a thC AfC1 ' a K "' M K( ,rCG un,lcr Br *&adH* Showers in Central mlia "in pZu°t 
=L -ii ' (Medal with ( lasp). Accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley to the Gold Coast in September ,fi, T 

Sh^ti B wSof , x8,^^nl-i; he t; iatiVe8 , form . in F V Russe »' 8 Regiment," and commanded KrouM'the 
WommlndndAL 73 ^,-' 1 ?" th ° ™P ulse . ot the Astaanti Army at Abrakrampa on the 5 th and 6th November 
A^m^frZ t Rivpl Pr» l^fr 008 ' tl H, . 8 /e«ment with Lorrt Clifford's Scouts formed the Advanced Guard of^Lho 
f^L^SS i « e ^,?T ah t ? the , Ilor tu side of the Adansi Hills. Commanded the regiment, now forming part of the 
Sand ™S &h nd ! r , C ° l0a ? 1 r M ' L ? d,,t the !UtaCk aml CaptUre of Adubiasste, taK/AmS^K 
between Adw^l S ™i 3 T ahl - ^' l , v, ' n ° ed Guari1 engagement of Jarbinbah, skirmishes and ambuscade affairs 
rspXhe^Br^^ aad <* re of Coomassie (several times mentioned^ 

4^*sss5^issxa , ssa ar from the 2nd september i8 ^ inciuto * ^ s ^ 



l 5 6 14th (The King's) Hussars. LdHS&K™" 

The Royal Cypher within the Garter. The Prussian Eagle. " Doueo " "Talaveka" " F^TEfD'OM^'" 

. . bALAMANCA" "VlIIOIilA" " OKTHES " " PENINSULA " " PUNJAUB " " CHILLIANWALLAH " 

'Years>er.' . " Goojeeat "" Peesia "" Centeal India." 

P»l £ 1 Co £ n 5, 1 -r Jo , h ? Wi,ki °. 1 Cornet, Vji May 38; Lieut. P29 May 40; Capt^ij May 44; Major, *2 7 Feb. 52; 
—\ Zt.Colonel, PioFeb. 54; Colonel, 28 Nov. 54; Major General, 6 Mar. 68; Lieutenant General, 6 Oct. 76- 
General, 2t Dec. 7S ; Colonel 14th Hussars, 15 May 73. 
... Lieutenant Colonel.— p.s.c. William Arbuthnot, 4 Ensign, 25 Mar. 56 ; Lt. p 3 June 59; Capt ^q Nov 64- St 

I -Major, 15 Aug. 6S ; Jfa/or, Pio Aug. 70; Lieutenant Colonel, 15 June 76. 
... Major.— John Hunter Knox,Cornet, 30 Mar. 58 ; Lt. p 8 Feb. 61 ; Capt. *2 Oct. 66 ; Major 15 June 76 



6 Feb. 63 p 23 Aug. 64 



rtillery, 8 June 60) '.. ..*... \ |* 3 7 Jul y 66 P *S Dec. 6 9 

[McTasrgart,-4rf/HraH/X)«roM.-) L T „ L „ 

„„,-:, <;,l,lry ... ^j| p i3June 68? 7 May 7 o 



Captains. 

^.s.c. Francis Shirley Russell 6 

p.s.c.AlanCoulston Gardner (Lieut. Royal \ 

Bombay Art'" 
William Bell" 
I shire Yeomanry Cavalry 

James Dennis ~..|p 5 Mar. 6i| 12 Oct. 

James Kentish [P27 June 68,Pio Aug. 70 

Thomas Edward Stopford Hickman ;p 22 Dec. 6 3 jP 7 Nov 68 

Richard Garth 'p 4 Feb. 71 p 27 Oct, 71 

William Rose Wynter ,'p 2 Feb. 6 4 'P 2 i Ausr 60 

..I' 9 May 65^13 July 7 l 
7' 



Hon. Hugh George Gough 



Lieutenants. 

... jWilliam Henry Burn 

... Augustus John English, Extra Aide de\ 

Camp to the Duke of Buckingham | 

... 'Christopher Devonsher Villiers Tu thill, 1 

I Adjutant 2-1 Aug. 79 j 

... 1 Gerald Craven Ricardo 

... William Lockhart M'Call 

.. 'Arthur Charles King 

,.. Richard Owen 

.. JGilbert Henry Claude Hamilton"...."!!...!] 

.. Guy St. Maur Palmes 

.. Charles Edward Skyring Hemerv 

.. Charles Cecil Percy Stoughton .". 

.. Archibald Allan Cammell 



28 Oct. 71 



28 Oct. 



12 Nov. 73 
30 Dec. 73 
2S Feb. 74 
23 April 75 

28 Feb. 74 
21 Sept. 74 
12 Nov. 73 

1 Sept. 7s 
1 2 Nov. 73 
6 Oct. 76 

29 Nov. 76 
11 Feb. 76 



'13 June 63 
21 Aug. 72 

30 April 73 
10 June 74 

'• 75 



26 Aug 

11 Oct. 76 

8 Jan. 77 

24 Feb. 77 

23 July 79 



1 April 74 
29 Nov. 79 



Second Lieutenants. 
Henry Wilmot Mitchell 



2ND LIEUT. I 

13 Aug. 79 



Paymaster.-mward Henry O'Dowd, 18 Dec. 63 ; Son. Major, 18 Dec 78 
Biding Master.— James Harran.s 1 Dec. 65 ' 7 

Quarter Master.-Geovge Ferris Rumsey, 12 July 71 ; Cornet, 17 Mar 6q 
T etennary Surgeon .—Daniel Chambers Pallin, 21 Apr. 77. 

Blne.-^»/«, Messrs. Cox and Co -Irish Agents, Sir E. Borough, Bt. and Co. 
Mmbarked for India, 4 January 1876. 
General Wilkie commanded the 10th Hussars in the Crimean < 



ssssr f the Tchemaya ' ^^"^^«=s^M^^as^ i g^s 



* Lt.ColonelArlmthnot served with the Rifle Brigade in the Indian enmnoio-n ,-r, rQr„ ,.5 t^^M ^ ■ 
capture of Lucknow and some of the minor afiairs of the camp , „ ' Medal S na/rP WrfW?55"^ ^ d 
campaign as Aide de Camp and Assistant Military Secretary to U r, \ , ' « , Tlf V t£ )- J f , ^ Ab yf unan 
Magdala (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal) Napier, and was present at the capture of 



15th (The King's) Hussars. 



DfplSanteXry.] it3tn i'^ie lUUC/s) MUSSarS. 157 

Years' Ser. The Crest of England withm the Garter. Merebimur. "Emsdobf" " Egmont-op-Zbe" "Villiers en 

Fall I Half Couche" "Sahagun" "Vittoeia" "Peninsula" " Waterloo. " 

Pay I Pay.! Colonel.— George William Key, Cornet, p 5 July 31; Lt. 25 Aug. 33; Capt. p i6 Sept. 37; Major, P14 June 42; 

I Lt. Colonel, 9 Feb. 47; Colonel, 28 Nov. 54; Major &eneral, 6 Feb. 62; Lieut. Oeneral, 30 July 71; 

I General, 1 Oct. 77; Colonel 15th Hussars, 19 Nov. 71. 

Lieutenant Colonel.— George Luck, 1 C£. Cornet, p i6 April 5S ; Xf. p 2o Dec. 59; Capt. p g Nov. 67; Major, 

I 2 Mar. 78; Lt. Colonel, 29 Apr. 79. 

'Major.— Henry Langtry, 2 Cornet, p i6 Aug. 61 ; X/. p 24 Jan. 65 ; Ca^. p 3 April 69 ; Major, 29 April 79. 



Captains. 



LIEUT. CAPTAIN. 



! William White 3 p n Jan. 67. p 1 April 68 13 May 74 



: Frederick Henry Beck 
• Henry Hall 4 



Ijohn Bulleii Symes-Bnllen . 
George Digby Filmer Sulivai 



Alfred Smirke 5 



p 27Feb. 67 p i3June 68 17 Jan. 75 

8 Jan. 6S1 16 Mar. 70 7 Jan. 74 

p 22 May 66/14 July 69 23 June 75 

P13 June 68J 2S Oct. 71 24 June 76 

June 69 2S Oct. 71 2 Mar. 78 



Vrthur Gambier Holland* ''24 July 69 28 Oct. 7i,29April79 



Lieutenants. 

Arthur Thomson Middleton 3 ! p 3i July 69 2S Oct. 

Cecil Francis Johnstone Douglas, Adj. 1 ! PloN A ^ Qct _ " 

1 June 79 -> I 

1 3 Sewell, ■■Insf. ofMusk. 7 Aug. 79 

George Allen Webbe I 

Walter Joseph Bnrke 

Moubray Allfrey 8 

>I.--:t.- [..-.' -.'■■■ Dalv, 1 Interpreter .... 



Alexander Wi 



1 Dennistown Campbell 3 



Second Lieutenants. 

Charles Edmund Browne 

James Redmond Patrick Gordon 

Harrv Evelyn Stracey Pocklington 

Tyreil Other William Champion de" 
Crespigny 



2ND T.IECT. 



i Jan. 79 
22 Jan. 79 
13 Nov. 78 

2 July 79 



8 May 72 

28 Feb. 74 

2 Dec. 74 

2 Dec. 74 

28 Feb. 74 

10 Sept. 75 

11 Feb. 76 
6 Oct. 77 

30 Dec. 71 



BEIV.HAJ. 



.LT.COL. 



Paymastt r.— Roger Sheehy, 3 13 May 59 ; Honorary Major, 13 May 74. 
Riding Master.— David Noble Smith, 8 June 72. 
Quarter Mastrr. — Stephen Henry Staniland, 30 June 69. 

V'i rrjeou.— Charles Whitney Giltard, 20 Sept. 71. 



Blue.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Irish Agents, Sir E. Borough, Bt. and Co. 
Embarked/or India, 14 Nov. 1869. 

1 Lt.Colonel Luck was present at the operations against the Jowaki Afreedees in January 1878. Served with the 
Candabar Column in the Afghan war of 1878-79, including the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzai ; commanded a 
squadron of the 1 =;th Hussars and a troop of the 1st Punjaub Cavalry in engagements with the Afghan cavalry 
at Takht-i-Pul on the 4th January 1879 (slightly wounded, mentioned in despatches). 

-' Major Langtry served with the jrd Dragoon Guards in the Abyssinian campaign in 1S68, and was present at 
bbe • ir ning and capture of Magdala (Medal). Served with the 15th Hussars in the Candahar Column in the 
Afghan w.imf 1:78-7 1. including the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzai; commanded a detached squadron of his Regi- 
ment at the affair in :he Ghlo Pass, 4th January 1879. 

3 Captains Whi e and Sulivan, Lieutenants Middleton (as Adjutant', Sewell, Allfrey, Daly, and Campbell, and 
Paymaster Sheeny, served with the 15th Hussars in the Candahar Column in the Afghan war of 1878-79, including 
the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzai. 

4 Captains Hall and Holland and Lieut. Hon. R. Leigh served with the 15th Hussars in the Candahar Column in 
the Afghan war of 1878-79, including the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzai ; present in the engagements with the Afghan 
cavalry at Tiikht-i-Pul (mentioned in despatches). 

■ < -;i 1 >t ;i in Smirke and Lieut, the Hon. A. Manners served with the 15th Hussars in the Candahar Column in the 
Afghan war of 187S-7Q, including the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzai, and were present at the affair in the Ghlo Pass. 



F t 



i5» 



16tli (The Queen's) Lancers. 



[Bright' 



The Royal Cypher within the Garter. Ant Cnrsu, aut Cominus armis. " Talaveka " "Fuentes d'On' 
Salamanca " "Vittokia" "Nive" "Peninsula" "Waterloo" " Bhuetpoee " "Affghanistan 
"Ghuznee" "Mahakajpohe" "Aliwal" "Sobkaon." 
Colonel.— Charles Cameron Shute, 1 CJ3., MP. for Brighton ; Cornet, p io July 34; Zt. p i3 May 39; Capt: 

Mar. 47; Major, 1 June 54; lit. Zt. Colonel, i2l)ec.54; Zt. Colonel, p ig Feb. 58; Colonel, 21 Sept. 58; Mi 

General, 6 Mar. 68 ; Zieut. General, 1 Oct. 77; Colonel 16th Lancers, 15 Jan. 78. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Robert Whighain, 3 Cornet, 6 June 54 ; Zt. 8 Dec. 54 ; Capt. 12 Sept. 56 ; Bt.Maj 

5 July 72 ; Major, 16 Aug. 73 ; Zieutenant Colonel, 21 July 77. 
Major.— p.s.c. George Salis Schwabe, Cornet, p 23 Sept. 63; Zt. p g June 65 ; Capt. v zg May 67; Major, 

March 77. 



Captains 
Robert Thirkill Maillard, Brigade Major') 

of Cavalry, Alderskot ) 

Thomas Davison 

Henry L'Estrange Malone 

Thomas Horsi'all Heaton Garrett 

Henry Graham, Adjutant Wiltshire Teo-\ 

manry Cavalry ) 

Edward Oliver M'Causland 

Charles George Hammond 

Edward Chailwick 

Stephen John Stevens 



p i 2 Mar. 61 

p 8 June 67 

p 22 Aug. 68 

p i3 July 70 

p i4 July 69 

p io Nov. 69 



Lieutenants. 

.. Christopher Richard Taaffe 5 

James Melville Babington, Adj. 15 Sept. 77 

Henry Richard Lloyd Howard 

Frederick Gordon Blair 

Henry Leycester Aylrner 6 

Eustace Reginald Maudslay 

John George Alexander Biiird 

Robert Gordon Sharman-Crawford 

Walter Hill Chetwynd 



Second Lieutexants. 

Stephen Frewen 

Windham Henry Wyndham-Quin.. 

Harry Seymour Richardson 

William Byron Browne 



p 2 5 Sept. 69 
p 2i Aug. 66 



LIEUT. 



25 Sept. 69 
13 Mar. 78 



2ND LIEUT. 

24 July 78 
7 Aug. 78 
23 July 79 
22 Mar. 79 



31 July 69 
7 May 70 
4 Feb. 7 
10 June 7 
=8 Oct. 7 
30 Dec. 71 
28 June 71 
15 April 7: 



3 Aug. 

6 Sept. 
23 Mar. 
26 Mar. 
28 Oct. 
20 Nov. 
32 Feb. 
20 Nov. 
30 April 



CAPTAIN. 



26 Nov. 68 

7 Aug. 75 
31 Dec. 

24 Feb. 76 

16 Feb. 78 

2 Mar. 78 

23 Jan. 78 

30 April 79 

7 Mar. 77 



BEEV.MAJ. 



Nov. 78 



BT.LT.CO 



P^mas^r.-William Henry Buttanshaw, 23 June 63; Hon. Major, 23 June 78 
Riding Ma.iter.~- Richard Henry Boyle, 9 23 April 61. " 

Quarter Master.— John O'Donnell, 27 Feb. 75. 
Veterinary Surgeon.— Charles Steel, n Oct. 55; zst Class, 21 Aug 67 



Scarlet- 



ings Blne.—Agents, 



ts, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Irish Agents, Sir E Boron oh 
Returned from India 6th January iS 77 7 ^° r °Ugh 



Bt. and Co. 



1 Lieat.General Shute acted ns Adjutant with the right wine of the i-th T ici,.,- n„„„„„ • in 
the Rajah of Kurnool, East Indies, in l8 , 9 . Served with the 6 h ftgS 5£j ° p£° t °" S m th ° cam ^}S~ against 
Assistant Adjutant General of the Cavalry Division from .3rd N< v j S , „ ,, ,' M " ca fP ai ?u of 1854-56 a 
finally broken up, including the battles of Balaklaya (men, o ned il'Srr jX L s S&r&Ji^A he di ? ie , ion wa 
siege and fall of Sevastopol, night attack on the Russian outposts ,„ L 1 Fe / ' " ™d 7 rVi } ??i d J? " rmar 
Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Co.onel, Knight of th P e Legion rf^^teK^ffiW; 



(Medal with three 
Medal, and CB.) 
' Lt. Colonel Whigham served with the 42nd Highlanders in the Crimea 



Tm-kish\ledaf) b ' "^ &U& faH ° f Sebasto P ol > an <* assault of the outwor 
5 Lieut. Taaffe 



with the King's Dragoon Guards 
fj? ieu },- Aylrner served in the Ashanti war from the 30th Novembe 



the Medjidie, Turkish 
a from 2nd Dec. 1854, including the expe- 
ks oniSth June (Medal with Clasp, and 



commanded the post of Essiaman on the line of eommXtion (Me^ith cS ^ ^^ and after ™ rd a 
9 Riding Master Boyle served the Eastern campaign of iJ M -- in In n nntlr 

SSSASSS^ Iakerman ' and Tcta ^^^ ™ ^^S^&^-^ZL 9 ^^^ 



Depo^CowSltw."] 17th i The D^e of Cambridge's Own) Lancers 

"Bmm,M«*>> with the Motto, "Or a<-"A Mi " "Balak L ava" "W. " : 
Central India," 



15 



lYeora Sor 



evastopol " 



GC3SG. GCSI. 21 June 76. "•' ~ "■•-<■ "j v/muuriage, Atf iT 

Colonel.— Johai Charles Hope Gibsone,' CV,«r, *s Oct ,<>■ Z/> P,a„„ ^ < „ T 

Feb. 45; Zt.Colon S l,* 3 Sept. 47; ObfomL ,3 Nov. &J2tt^&-J*L? , & ** ?^7 35 ; HM 



V^HTIBAL INDIA." "«.A SlurlJ i, 

rTw° C ^vT Fi0 ] d Marsh al H« Xoyal i%W s George W F C V»l- r f^ , -, 

Crt.l/ff. ffCST. 21 June 76. b BW - * • L •> -""« 0/ Cambridge, KG. KP. GCB 



.71; Genera* 1 Oct. 77 j CVo^Z i 7 th Lancers, 22 Sept 7 - bre " e '«', ^ June 62; Lieut.General, 25 Oct, 



„, ^.^™„„,- 3 o ep6 . 47; uoionel, 2d Nov. , 4; -J 

71; &«»«/ 1 Oct. 77; CW »eZ 17th Lancers, 22 Sept « " ----- -*, ~, K .„,. u-«M., at) 25 uct. 

Lieutenant Colonel.-;; s.c. Thomas Gonne,^ C^JT^Nov « • Zf p t <s , 

ia Aug. 74 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 14 Sept. 78 5S ' X '- " Se l }t - 57: C "i jf - p xo June 62 ; Major, 

major.— p.*. c . Samuel Boulderson.s Cornet 20 Nov =« . r/ ,, t, 

Bt.Lt. Colonel, 29 Nov. 79 . ' ' 2 ° ^ 0Vl s6 ' Z '' 2 3 -Tan. 57; C7^i, I? N ov . 63; Uajor> s Mar ^ . 



Captains 

Stanley Yeatman Clark . 
Jemmett Charles Duke.... 
Thomas Arthur Cooke 
Starling Meux Benson .. 
Ernest Augustus Belford 

James Pane Alexander 

Hon. John Pleydell-Bouverie ... 

William Trevelyan Somerset Kevill -Davie's 

Lieutenants. 

Charles Edward Swaine 

John Montague Russell ... 

George Augustus Wood 

Mortimer Graham Neeld . ' 

Herbert Charles Jenkins 

Charles Hotham Purvis ... 

Henry Fortescue .'.'.............' 

Thomas Augustus Steele 

Edward Bleiddian Herbert 

Son. Lionel Henry Dudley Fortescue 




Second Lieutenants. 
Charles James Anstruther-Thomson 
Charleo Henry Butler 
Francis Downes Hugh St. Quint in'"" 
William Gordon Ronton 
Matthew Herbert Woods . . 
James Holland Dyer ... 



p i3 June 6! 
31 Oct. 7] 



2ND LIEUT 

11 May 7-: 

11 May 7 S 

1 May " 

22 Mar. 79 

22 -Mar. 79 

6 Aug. 



July 70 

April 72 

Oct. 72 

Nov. 73 

June 74 

Feb. 7, 

July 76 

Sept. ;6 

Nov. 71 

Nov. 7 3 



Biding Matter.— John Perry, 6 Dec. 73. 

Quarter Matter.— JUS. John Berryman, 10 12 April 64 

Veterinary Surgeon.— James Lambert, 12 Oct. 57; 1st Class, 2 Sept 



Blue— -Faciei White.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Irxth Agents, Sit- E. Boroush St ard Co 
Embarked for Natal, 25 Feb. 79. ' 

1 General Gibsone served throughout the Kaffir war of iSj6-a7 and wt<j nrosont ™ „i m „ . 

5 Lt.Colonel Gonne served with the 17th Lancers 111 In:! < ,:,, , T , 

i 7 tl .tomajd Staff Officer tc .the an/cavalry Column M , - , deSchf s S ^ 

* Lt.ColonelBoulderson served during the In.lian mutii. 
^SnSSSe^^^-'-'''^ -Ge^lTrS^, 

^ att L eso i,^ m . a ^ alaklav ^ Choree shot), L^ermar., and Tchemaya^iege and fall of SebastopolVedal with four 

" 59- 



™....„ „..„„,„„„,„„. (uv, !C Mim,. iiincnua,, ;„;„ ivhernnva, sietre and (all of F 
Clasps, Victoria Cross, and Turkish Medal) . Served in the Central India campaign of . 



F t 2 



i6o 



18th Hussars. [Hounsiow. 

" Peninsula " "Waterloo." 
Colonel— Sir Thomas Westropp M'Mahon, 1 Bart. CB. Cornet, 24 Dec. 29 ; Lt. p 2 Dec. 31 ; dipt. *>g June 38 ; 

Major, f 13 July 47; Lt. Colonel, 12 Dec. 54; Colonel, 12 Dec. 57; Major General, 6 Mar. 68; Lieutenant 

General, 1 Oct. 77; Colonel 18th Hussars, 6 Jan. 74. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Thomas Phillips, Cornet, p 26 Sept. 56; Lt. 26 Mar. 58; Copt p 24 May 61 j Bt. Major, 

11 July 74 ; Major, 1 April 76; Lieutenant Colonel, 31 Oct. 77. 
Major.— Harold Esdaile Malet, Cornet, 18 Oct. 59; £«. p i8Dec.6o; Capt. p i Mar. 64 ; Brevet Major, 1 Oct. 77; 

Major. 31 Oct. 77. 



Captains. 

Uvedale Edward Parry Okeden 

Harry William Parker 

David Bryce Burn 

William Edward Bolton 

Thomas Francis Edmund Knox 

Charles Osborne Gould • 

p.s.e. George James Gilbard.-^iie de Camp 

to Lord Napier of Magdala 

Charles Willoughby Hemans 

Athelstane Robert Pryce 



Lieutenants. 

Bernhard Drysdale Moller 

William Pocliin Warner 

William Henry Biggs-Baldwin 

George Henry Thomas Van Notten Pole. 

Richard Hobart Morrison 

Frederick Tremayne Miles 

Francis Dale Tagart, Adjutant 13 Apr. 78. 

Francis John Paul Butler 

Richard Alexander Scott 



Sub Lieutenants. 



Second Lieutenants. 

Harry Ritchie Alston 

Fenwick Bulmer de Sales La Terriere 

Henry Thomas Hall 

James Farish Malcolm Fawcett 



COIiNET. 



p ig April 64 
p i6 Oct. 67 
p 8 May 67 
p 6 Nov. 67 
p 3 Mar. 6 5 
P21 Mar. " 



Jan. 



15 May 
p 24 Oct. 



2ND LIEUT. 



13 Oct. 77 

8 Dec. 77 

30 Jan. 78 

1 May 78 



LIEUT. 



p i 5 Feb. 68 

p i2 May 69 

p i4 Oct. 68 

28 Oct. 71 

p 24 April 69 

p 9 Feb. 70 

"22 Feb. 61 

28 Oct. 71 

p 8 June 70 



8 May 73 

9 Aug. 73 
1 Jan. 73 

21 Dec. 74 

13 June 74 

Feb, ' 



BKEV. MA.) 



i April 75 1 
1 April 761 
] April 75 
31 Oct. 77; 
1 Dec. 75J 
20 Mar. 78 
'26 Feb. 64 

29 June 78 j 
7 Aug. 76, 



BT.LT.COL. 



1 Sir Thomas M'Mahon served with 
the gth Lancers in the Sutlej cam- 
paign in 1848, and was present at the 
battle of Sobraon (Medal). Served 
1 *eD. 76 the Eastern campaign of 1854 as 
e\ r>t' 74 , Assis tant Quarter Master General to 
\ -i 7 Ii tne Cavalry Division, including the 
2B April 76 battles of the Alma, Balaklava, and 
Tchernaya, and siege of Sebastopol ; 
served also the campaign of 1855 in 
command of the 5th Dragoon Guards 
(Medal with three Clasps, CB., Sar- 
dinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th 
Class of the Medjidie). 



Paymaster.— William Joice, 8 May 67 ; Cornet, 31 Dec. 57 '• ^- # ^ d j- T2 Mar. 61 ; Son. Major, 8 May 77. 
Biding Master.— Jacob Hodgins, 22 April 71. 
Quarter 3Iaster.-Ja.coh Merrill, 5 3 Feb. 75. 
Veterinary Surgeon.— Samuel Luis Pallin, 27 Aug. 70. 

Blue.— Agents, Messrs. Cos and Co.— Irish Agents, Sir E. Borough, Bt. and Co. 
Returned from India, 18 January 1S76. 



s Quarter Master Merrill served with the Central India Field Force in 1S58, under Sir Hugh Pose, and was present 
at the action of Koonch, battle of Gallowlie, advance on and capture of Calpee, capture of Morar Cantonments, 
recapture of the town and fortress of Gwalior. Was present with a flying column in Bundlecund from August 
E858 to March 1859 (Medal with Clasp). 



19th Hussars. 

r^ Ballincollig. J ^ Elephant.-" Assate " " Niagaea." 

Half Colonel.— John Yorke, 1 CB. Cornet, p 2i Dec. 32; Lt. p 5 Dec. 34; Capt. p i 4 Dec. 1 
'■ p 4Feb-53; Colonel, 28 Nov. 54; Major General, 17 June 66; Lt. General, 1 Ax 
19 Hussars, 6 Hay 72. 
Lieutenant Colonel.— Charles Manners Sutton Fairbrother, Cornet, 20 Oct. 55: Lt. 12 Sept. 56 ■ Capt «> 

July 62 ; Bt.Major, 23 July 76 ; Major, 30 Nov. 78 ; Lt. Colonel, 15 March 79. ' 

Major.— Kendall Josiah William Coghill, 5 Cornet, 26 Feb. 51; Lt. 1 Oct. 55 ; Capt. 26 Feb. 63 • Bt Major 11 
- - March 79. ' 



l6l 



; Major* 4 Sept. 49 ; Lt. Colonel, 
.74; General, 1 Oct. 77; Colonel 



July 77 ; Major, 



Captains. 

Charles Hay Fairlie 7 

Arthur George Webster 9 

Edwin Wilson Gresham William 
Percy Harry Stanley Barrow, 10 

Henry Wise Ridley Blackett 

William Lawrence Twentyman' 1 

James M'Killop Macwhirter 

Clement Smith 

Henry Edmonds Kynaston 12 



CORNET. 



BKEV.MAJ. 



BT.LT.COL. 



4 Dec. 55 23 Nov. 56 8 Jan. 6S 

20 Dec. 56 10 Mar. 57: 23 July 69 

8 June 60; 13 Nov. 66' 3 Aug. 72 

8 July 68) 14 Sept. 70! 23 Jan. 75 
p i6Aug. oi t p 7Aug. 67 ioMar. 72 

11 Mar. 59 p i6 Oct. 60, ^29 Mar. 64 

7 July 69: 28 June 71 15 Aug. 77 

25 Apr. 6S, P 22 June 70 25 May 78 

9 April 70 28 Oct. 71 ! 30 Nov. 78 



Lieutenants. 

Alexander Mitchell Taylor 

John Denton Pinkstone French ... 

John Compton Hanford-Flood 

Charles Bradford Harries Jenkins 

Henry Murray Ashley Warde 

Dudley Richard Apthorp 

Herbert Edward Reynolds 

Hugh O'Connor Henchy 

Maurice Wright 



Second Lieutenants. 

David Edward Durell Barclay 

John Douglas Maude Guthrie 

Frederick Arthur Freeman 



July 





30 Dec. 


71 




28 Feb. 


74 




26 Mar. 






13 June 


74 




21 Aug. 


74 




20 Nov. 


7S 




n Feb. 


76 




14 Feb. 


76 




29 Nov. 


76 


2ND LIEUT. 




14 Sept. 78 




8 Dec. 77 






13 Aug. 79 







Paymaster. — James Ogilvy Dalgleish, 24 Oct. 78 ; Em. p 25 Apr. 65 ; Lt. p 7 July 69; Capt. 19 Dec. 77. 

Riding Master. — Robert Speirs, 19 Aug. 74. 

Quaiter Master. — John White, 27 June 74. 

Veterinary Surgeon.— James Kettle, 11 Jan. 67; 1st Class, 1 Aug. 77. 

Blue.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co.— Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane and Sons. 
Returned from India, 23 March 1870. 



I General Yorke commanded the Royal Dragoons in the Eastern campaign of 1S54, including the siege of 
Sebastopol, and was severely wounded at the battle of Balaklava, his horse also was severely wounded with grape- 
shot in supporting the Light Cavalry charge prior to his own leg being shattered by a rifle-ball (Medal with two 
Clasps, CB., Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). He commanded the Regt. during a 
violent gale in the Black Sea between Varna and the Crimea, and this great disaster resulted in the loss of 250 horses 
of the Regiment, including the greater part of the officers' chargers and those of detachments of other Regiments 
under his command. 

5 Major Coghill served as Adjutant of the 2nd European Bengal Fusiliers throughout the Indian campaign of 
1857-58, and was present at the battle of Budleekeserai, storming the Heights in front of Delhi, throughout the 
siege of Delhi, including the actions in front, storming of the breach Cashmere Bastion, and final capture of the 
city. Served in General Showers' Force in the taking of the Forts of Rewarrie, Jujjhur, Ranaude, Furrucknugur, and 
Bullumbghur. Also present at the capture of the Heights of Sonah (Medal with Clasp). 

7 Captain Fairlie served in the Rohilcund district with the Column under Colonel Jones (Medal). 

9 Captain Webster served with Lind's Mooltanee Horse during the Indian mutiny campaign in 1857-58, and was 
present at Kakraole, operations before and capture of Bareilly, Shahjehanpore, and capture of Mohundee (Medal) 
Received a letter of thanks from Government for services with Meerut Light Horse in 1857. 

10 Major Barrow served throughout the Zulu war of 1879 in command of a squadron of mounted infantry and 
some irregular mounted troops, and was present at the engagements of Inyezane and Gingindhlovu (mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Major, and CMG.). 

II Lt.Colonel Twentyman commanded the D Division of the Highland Transport Train of the Abyssinian Expe- 
ditionary Force ; commanded Baggage Mules of the 2nd Brigade 1st Division on the south bank of the Bashilo river 
on the 10th April ; was Transport Train Staff Officer to Sir Charles Staveley at the capture of Magdala ; mentioned 
in despatch; also " strongly recommended for extent and value of assistance" by Director of Transport Train; 
and mentioned in Sir Robert Napier's despatch as " distinguished for zeal and activity, and deserving of special 
notice" (Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

12 Captain Kynaston served with the 2nd Dragoon Guards in the Indian Mutiny campaign in 1858-50, and was 
present at the siege and capture of Lucknow, reoccupation of Fyzabad and Trans-Gogra operations, including 
the passage of the Gogra at Fyzabad, and the affairs of Muchleegaon and Bungaon Jungle (Medal with Clasp). 



l62 



20th Hussars. 

Peninsula.' 1 



[Newbridge- 



S^fwv! WmiR1 r ^FfZ Jr " i! >' Pl 9 Hto^. 3o i 2* *« Feb. 34 s G*P*. P23 Apr. 39 s Ifo/or, 9 Feb. 



./7 ™..-,-«.n, 22N0V. 70 

Lieutenant Colonel.-John Cutis Lockwood,* Coratf, 20 Jan. 54; X*. 31 Dec. 54 ; Capt. 15 Nov. 64 

: Oct. 77; jT/q;or, 12 June 78; Lt. Colonel, 12 Feb. 70 
Majors.— Frederic Chenevix-Trench,? Pro/< 

7 Dec. 67 ; Major, 7 June ■»« 
Cecil Mangles, Comet 



Bt.Major, 
t ike Staff College; Cornet, 20 Jan. 57; Zt. 30 April 58 ; Ccyir. 
Feb. 61 ; J/. 16 Oct. 66 ; Capt. 1 Feb. 73 ; Major, 30 Nov. 79. 



Captains. 

George Manners Onslow 

David Carruthers Budd 

George Wm. Adolphus FiteGeorge, Attist. 

Pru-ate Secretary to Colonel Stanley 

Benjamin Watson Blake . 



CAI'TAIN. 



20 May 6ij 13 Nov. 661 30 April 73 

8 June 6oj g Mar. 67 28 May 73 

p iS Jan. 6i] p i8 Dec. 63 p 9 April 70 

3 Sept. 74 



p.s.c. William Ohetwode Lloyd 11 Dec 66 1 2 Au^ I- 

John Thomas Browne, at Staff College ' nJulv 6 7 ! 28 Oct'' 7 

Francis John Graves, Adjutant Staffordshire} T /! n 

Yeomanry Cavalry f] 23 Jan. 69 28 Oct. 7 

Son. Miles Stapleton, 

William John Irwin .... 1 23 



Lieutenants. 

Thomas Barnes Weston 

Ascanius William Nevill Thomas 
Edward Reginald Courtenay 

Lewis Edmond Gurney ' 

Richard John Erskine'Oliver-Bellasis 
Stair Hathorn Johnston Stewart .... 
Robert Curzon Newton 




iSSr John Charles Burke, Mart 11 Jan. 79 1 



12 June 78 
12 Feb. 79 
7 June 79 
3 Aug. 72 
30 Nov. 79 



51 iPaymasfer.— Charles Loder.S 12 Aug. 67; Son. Major 
13 IBtdmg Matter.— Frederick Moore, 20 July 67. 

8 Quarter Master— Chadwiok Thomson, 8 June 72. 

9 Veterinary Surgeon.— -William Pallin, 14 Jan. 71. 



[Captain, 16 Dec. 61. 
12 June 78 ; Eidnig Master, 5 March 49; Lieut. 7 April 56 j 



Blue.— Agents, Mes 



s. Cox and Co.— Jm£ ^enfo, Sir E. Borough, Pf . and Co 
Jiefurned from- India, 20 Dec. 1872. 



General M W Smith was appointed to the Turkish Contingent with local rank of Maior Genernl in ,s EC 
I subsequently to the ^rnmani of the Osmanli Irregular Cavalry, and obtained" the Kfsh rank l\ &, 
°n*„L^5L K V. e) --»,Pj ,m „ m „ an 1 ce i » Brigade dnrmg the Central Indian campaign; commanded 
also_at the^actions between Kota-ka-Serai and Gwalior on 

i of the city and for 

rebel camp at Koondry, 



General (2nd 

at the recapture of Chandai 



May : 



tioned.m despatch), and ag^^ (men- 



27 

25 



21st Hussars. 



Colonel.— William Parlby, 1 Cornet, ? 3 Oct. 16; Lt. 5 May 24; Capt. f i 9 Sept. 26; Bt.Major 23 Nov 
p 26 Sept. 45; Lieut. Colonel, ^30 Jan. 46; Colonel, 20 June 54 ; JUiy'or General, 17 July 60 • Lt. General 1 
General, 22 May 76 ; Colonel 21st Hussars, 24 Oct. 65. 

Lieutenant Colonel.— Edward Baldwin Wake, Cornet, 20 Oct. 53; Xr. 26 April 56; Co»f. 30 July 62 
19 July 76 ; Major, 8 Dec. 77 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 1 May 78. ° 

Major.— George Farquhar Kaye, 5 Cornet, 20 Oct. 55 ; Lt. 20 Nov. 56; Capt. 30 July 62 • Bt Major 
Major, 1 May 78. '' ' 



:o,3 



41 ; Major, 
i March 69; 



; Bt.Major, 
29 July 76 ; 



Captains. 

Arthur Henry Taylor 

Herbert Cromwell Collier 9 {Ensign Bombay} 

Army, 23 Feb. 51) J 

Sir Charles Edward FreieTick.,Bart.,Adjutant I 

Montgomeryshire Yeomanry Cavalry S 

Son. Henry George Louis Crichton, Brigade ) 

Major of Cavalry, Curragh ) 

Arthur Purvis Loyd 



4 Nov. 58 5 Feb. 59 
15 Jan. 5S p 5 Aug. 59 

p 2 July 61 p iSOet. 64 

p i3 June 63 >' 6 Nov. 67 

4 July 65' 14 Oct-. 68 

John Lovell .". p 26 Feb. 64 p 9 Nov. 66 

Arthur Thomas Fisher p 9 Sept. 64 p 3 Feb. 69 

Rowland Hill Martin 14 Jan. 69 28 Oct. 71 

Frederick Hutchinson Haynes ' 3 Feb. 69 28 Oct. 71 

William Wilkes Unett p i4 July 691 2S Oct. 

Lieutenants. 
Walter George Crole Wyndhain 10 
Cecil Edgar Monta gu 
Arthur Connop Newland 
Sylvester Wilson Richmond 
Percy Macgregor King 
Herbert Vallance Burn 
Benjamin Jennings 
Wiliiam Knox 

Second Lieutenants 
Hugh Maurice Ren van 
Spencer Collinson Blackett 
Montiford Westropp Gavin 
Llewellin Washington Matthews 

Pay, 




11 Feb. 75 

23 Nov. 72 

2 Nov. 72 

11 Nov. 77 

29 Nov. 77 

14 Sept. 7S; 2 July 79 

7 May 79 24 Sept. 79 

4 Dec. 78 11 Oct. 79 



3 Aug. 79 ' 

1 Oct. 7 1 

4 Dec. 78 
7 Dec. 79 

James Edward Kit sun. 28 Jan. 79 ; Cornet, 26 June 66 ; Lt. 21 Oct. 



2 Oct. 70 

15 Jan. 70 

14 Aug. 71 

29 Oct. 73 

8 Dec. 77 

1 May 78 
7 Sept. 78 

16 Dec. 78 

2 July 79 
24 Sept. 79 



BKEV.MA.I. BT.LT.COL 



10 ' Biding Master. — Hemy Rlinkhorn Germany, 12 Nov. 70 
6 : Quarter Master. — John Kelly, 10 June 74. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — 



Capt. 1 May -3. 



Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Ridgway and Sons. — Irish Agents, Messrs. Cane and Sons. 
Returned from India, 19 Derember 1873. 

1 General Parlby commanded the Detachment 4th Light Dragoons during the Rebecca riots in Wales in 1S43 
and received the approval of the Civil and Military authorities. He brought the 10th Hussars from India through 
Egypt to the Crimea in 1855, and commanded the Cavalry Division from 17th April to 30th June, and the Hussar 
Brigade from 1 -t July till 2nd Sept. iSss.and was present at the reconnaissance under Omar Pasha on 19th April, as 
■ ■:- ■ ■• :'!"■ battle of the Tchernaya (Medal with Clasp for Sebastopol, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 4th Class 

s Major Kayo served in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1857-59, and was present at the attack of the rebels on 
onv guns at Jullundur, and subsequently served with .Showers' Column in Rajpootana and Central India in pursuit 
of Tantia Topee, Ferozc Shah, and other rebels, including the operations in the Seronge Jungles and the affair at 
Patun (Medal). 

9 Captain Collier served in the Bombay Army from 1351 to 185S prior to obtaining a Cornetcy in the 8th Hussars, 
and served on the Staff in the Persian campaign in 1S57 (Medal with Clasp). 

1IJ Lieut. Wyndham served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, and subsequently in Baker 
Bussell's Flying Column. 



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Royal Artillery. 



Majors. 

S Rice, Waiter Brook 20 " 

8 Knox, George Uchter 

ii Goodenough, Osborne Hall 

8 Anderson , James Hamilton Prinsrle 208 

9 Farrell, Henry Chamberlayne 134 

4 M'Laughlin, Edward 

Hunter, Arthur Stewart,- " 3 Director of Garrison In- 
struction in India 

9 Cr*wford, George Adam 

ii de Moleyns, Townsend Areinberg 100 

i Richardson, Jchn Booth 48 



Wardell, William Henry,** p.a.c. Asst. Supt. Gunpowder Factories, ~> I » 

Waltham Abbey ) l ' 55 



2nd LIEUT. ISt LIEUT 

28 Feb. 55 1 Apr. 55117 May 62 
28 Feb. 55 ! 1 Apr. 55! 30 May 62 
28 Feb. 55 1 Apr. 55I 4 June 62 
28 Feb. 55, 1 Apr. 55 20 June 62 
28 Feb. 55 1 Apr. 55I16 July 02 
28 Feb. 55, 1 Apr. 55 9 Sept. 62 
28 Feb. 55; 1 Apr. 55 ;g Oct. 62 
28 Feb. 55' 1 Apr. 55 2 Dec. 62 

20 Apr. 55 2 Dec. 62 

20 Apr. SSJ17 Dec. 62 
20 Jan. 6-; 



3 Izod, William Henry 20 Apr. 5 

g.c. Straubenzee, Turner Van, Captain of Cadet Company 20 Apr. 55 

c Shakerley, Henry Webster 20 Apr. 55 

2 Staveley, Edmund 211 3 1 July 55 

1 Edmeades, Henry 213 31 July 55 

b Burn, John Macvicar 214 3 1 July 55 

A Nicholson, Stuart James 3 1 July 55 

Smith, William,- 1 * Garrison Instructor, Lucknow, Bengal 3 1 July 55 

9 Newman, Walter , 31 July 55 

7 Tremlett, Edmund John (Bt.Lt. Colonel, 29 Nov. 79) 3 1 July 55 



2 Maule, George Edwin . 

10 Carey, William Dobree 

11 Phipps, Ramsay Weston 

5 Sandham, Robert 

4 Stewart, Algernon Augustus .. 
c Dillon, Hon. Robert Villiers 1S6 
b Burnett, Edmund Sidney 218 

Talbot, FitzRoy Somerset 219 



Duncan, Francis, Inst, of Gunnery, R.M. Repository, Woolwich . 
Oliver, John Ryder,™ Instructor R. M. College, Kingston, 



c. Asst. Direct, of A rtillery Studies 



Canada, with local rank of Lt. Colonel 

10 Morgan, James Peattie, 222 -p.a.c !.!.].!.!..!!.".."!!].. !!...! 

Ford, Arthur, 2 '* p.a.c. Assist. Imp. of Gunpowder Factories ".'..'.., 

4 Sadleir, Richard 

8 Barlow, William Buxton, p.a.c. ...............'......'.'...!'.....'....!!.!!... 

Smith, Robert Callwell ,--' Comm. of Ordnance, 1st Class, Ranqoou 

4 Chalmers, Charles David 228 

a Lynes, Samuel Parr 

11 Forster, Bowes Lennox, 231 Lt.Col. 6 Feb. 75 .......................... 

4 de Cetto, Louis Charles Aug. Adrian 232 

Trench, Charles, Instructor in Gunnery, Shoeburyness 

1 Lewes, Henry Colebrooke 

8 Budd, George I!.'......!!!".!!!!!!!"...!!!.!! 

8 Haughton, John ...."".''.""'""..'."!!."!.!!!!! 

p.s.c. Stoney, F ran cis Sadleir ,™ 

6 Clarke, Thomas 

Brancker, William Godeffroy ,*■** Dept. of Artillery Studies 

10 Cameron, Donald Roderick, CMG 

Noble,William Henry, Secretary, Special Ordnance Committee, India 

5 Kemmis, William, p. a. c 

Bond, Henry, p.a.c. Assistant Superintendent Small Arms Factory ... 

B Walton, William Morritt Barneby 

Brackenbury, Henry,™ I.e. 23 Oct. 75 ; Military Secretary to Sir > 

Garnet W olseley j 

p.s.c. Gorham, Charles Alfred, Garrison Inst. .,' Cmballa, Bengal'.'.'.... 
10 Graham, William Henry 

6 p.s.c. Duncan, Alexander William 239 ..............!...""""!!!!!!! 

9 Chambers, George Fred. Stanley '" 

c Curzon, William Southwell 

Dunlop, Samuel, 211 Supt. of Police, Singapore ."" 

7 Lyons, Edward 

Ilobart, George Bertie Benjamin,** 6 Military Secretary to the} 

Governor of Madras j 

10 Tracey, Harry Adair 1 " "'" " 

3 Shea, Henry John Francis ...'. 

King-Harmon, Wentworth Henry, p.a.c. Assistant Superintendent \ 
Royal Small Arms Factory, Enfield J 

11 Seccombe, Thomas Strong 

7 Hannen, George Grote 262 " 24 Sept. 55 16 Oct. 64 

A Smyth-Windham, Joseph Charles 21 June 56 6 July 67 

10 p.s.c. Hall, William Bruce Raikes ' 2iJune56 6 July 67 

5 Budgen, William Thomas 2iJunes6 6 July 67 

10 Broadnck, Edward 21 June 56 6 July 67 

c Stewart, Hon. Alexander 240 (Bt .Lt .Colonel , 22 Nov. 79) 21 June 56 6 July 67 



31 July 55 
July 55 
Aug. 55 
Au g. 55 
Aug. 55 
Aug. 55 
Aug. 55 
Aug. 55 
Sept. 55 



27 Jan. 62 
12 Feb. 63 

22 Feb. 63 
9 June 63 

16 July 63 
11 Sept. 6 

3 Oct. 6 
10 Oct. 63 

2 Nov. 63 

26 Nov. 6 
1 Feb. 64 
1 Mar. 64 
7 Apr. 64 

14 Apr. 64 

23 June 64 

27 June 64 

28 July 64 
5 Aug. 64 

10 Aug. 64 
30 Aug. 64 
24 Sept. 55! 15 Oct. 64 
24 Sept. 55 26 Nov. 64 
24 Sept. 55] 11 Dec. 64 
24 Sept. S5J 15 Dec. 64 
24 Sept. 55 17 Dec. 64 
1 Oct. 55' 9 Feb. 65 
1 Oct. 55! 10 May 65 
1 Oct. 55 '22 June 65 
19 Dec. 55 15 Aug. 6; 
19 Dec. 55 20 Sept.65 
19 Dec. 55 1 Nov. 65 
6 Mar. 56 5 Jan. 66 
6 Mar. 56 19 Jan. 66 
6 Mar. 56 3 Feb. 66 
6 Mar. 56^7 Feb. 66 
6 Mar. 56 '10 Mar. 66 
6 Mar. 56 10 Mar. 66 

6 Mar. 56 30 Mar. 66 

7 Apr. 56 1 5 Apr. 66 
7 Apr. 56 1 Aug. 66 
7 Apr. 56 1 Aug. 66 
7 Apr. 56 8 Aug. 66 
7 Apr. 56 8 Aug. 66 
7 Apr. 56 24 Aug. 66 
7 Apr. 56 29 Aug. 66 
7 Apr. 56 7 Sept. 66 
7 Apr. 56! 7 Sept. 66 
7 Apr. 56 10 Oct. 66 
7 Apr. 56 19 Oct. 06 
7 Apr. 56 14 Nov. 66 
7 Apr. 56 6 Dec. 66 
7 Apr. 56 1 Jan. 67 

21 June 56,30 Mar. 67 
21 June 56 3 Apr. 67 



5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

13 Aug. 72 
2 Nov. 72 
11 Dec. 72 

11 Dec. 72 

12 Apr. 73 
12 Apr. 73 
12 Apr. 73 
16 Apr. 73 

16 Apr. 73 

17 Dec. 73 
4 Feb. 74 
4 Feb. 74 
4 Feb. 74 
4 Feb. 74 

20 Feb. 74 

11 Mar. 74 

11 Mar. 74 

|n Mar. 74 

11 Mar. 74 

> July 65' 17 June 74 
1 July 74 
1 July 74 
1 Oct. 74 
. 6 Jan. 75 
16 Jan. 75 
16 Jan. 75 
16 Jan. 75 
16 Jan. 75 
16 Jan. 75 
16 Jan. 75 
16 Jan. 75 
16 Jan. 75 
16 Jan. 75 



Murdoch, William Walpole 

Turlefou, Edward Delaval >" 

3 Darwall, Henry Pountney 

ii Cottingham, Edward Roden 242 

4 Auchinleck, John Claudius 213 ."""! 

2 Kyle, Samuel Cotter 214 

3 Maunsell, William Stopford ............ 

p.t.c. Mitchell, Herbert Leonard, W Inst 

partmtnt of Artillery Studies 

5 p. s.c.Boyle, Edward Vicars 

8 Sexton, Michael John 

7 Ellaby, Hugh Latimer 2 " ..........'.'.'.'.'".'.'.'.'! 

3 Blackley, John Henry 

3 Drysdalu, Robert Car'stairs '.".".'.".' 

2Thornhill, Charles 

a Parry. Sidney, 21 '- (Bt.Lt. ('„!„„, I, 22 Nov. 79) .... 
5 Harness, Arthur, CB. (Bt.Lt. Colonel, n Nov. 7 
3 Magems, Henry Cole 



tor in Artillery, Dc- 



21 June 56 6 July 67 
10 Aug. 56 11 July 67 
10 Aug.s6J24 July 67 
10 Aug. 56 21 Aug. 67 
10 Aug. 56 10 Oct. 67 
10 Aug. 56 16 Dec. 67 
10 Aug. 56 1 Jan. 68 
10 Aug. 56 23 Jan. 68 
18 Oct. 56 2 Feb. 
20 Dec. 56 17 May 
S Apr. 57 S Aug. 68 
15 May 57 22 Aug 
is May 57:22 Aug.68 
15 May 57] 3 o Sept. 
15 May 57130 Sept. 
23 June 57J25 Oct. 68 
23 June 57] 10 N 



Hollist, Edward Ommanney '.'. I 1 Oct. 57! 19 Nov. 



1 April 74 



: April 7 ^ 



Feb. 75 

10 Mar. 75 
lo Mar. 75 

1 Apr. 75 
1 Apr. 75 
1 Apr. 75 

[4 Apr. 75 
i 4 Apr. 75 
24 July 75 
24 July 75 
24 July 75 
Aug. 75 

21 Aug. 75 

4 Feb. 74 

5 Sept.75 
8 Sept. 75 

8 Sept.75 
S Sept.75 

22 Sept.75 
.8 Oct. 75 
29 Oct. 75 
17 Nov. 75 

23 Dec. 75 
1 Jan. 76 

_5 Jan. 76 

29 Apr. 76 

9 Nov. 76 
1 Apr. 77 

20 Apr. 77 

30 Apr. 77 
30 May 77 
30 May 77 
;4 June 77 
:6 June 77 
;S June 77 
4 July 77 

,25 Aug. 77 



Royal Artillery. 



169 



MAJORS. 

6 LeGrice, Frederick Swaine (JJt.Lt. Colonel, 29 Nov. 79) 

7 Price, Thomas Charles 

1 p.t.c. Hutchinson. William Francis Moore 

4 Wbdehouse, Albert Thornton 

gp.t.e. W a, Johi 'MRp,* p.a.e. MP.for Galway 

5 l,.i Motto.-. <>*m I iV.mcis 

s Gallwey, Patriot FitzGerald . 

Ellis, Charles Henry Fairfax, 

Royal Arsenal 

5 Isaacson. Henry de Stuteville 

7 Owen, John Fletcher, p.a.c. [Bt.Lt.Colonel, 29 Nov. 79) 



Oct 



. CAPTAIN. BT. MAJOR.) 

7 13 Jan. 69 s 

7 24 Julv 69 1 

7 51 July 69 I 

Aug. 69 



Et 



tal Branch, 



1 Oct. 57,25 Sept. 69 
1 Oct. 57130 Oct. 69 
1 Oct. 57I15 Nov. 69 
1 Oct. 57,-4 Nov. 69 
23 June 57J to Nov. 68 
1 Oct. 57: 1 Dec. 69 

8 Gubbins, John Egerton '. '....'. '.'.'.. 1 Oct. 57! S Dec. 69 

7 Cruikshank, Alexander Ramsay 1 Oct. 5720 Dec. 69 

Cameron, Euge Say, p.a.c. Instructor Soyal Laboratory 23Junes7| 7 Nov. 68 

9 Stratton, John lleatlilieUl 1 

8 Cooke, Jai lea Robert Daviea 

(Ionian. /•."•"• ' " "'. /'. ".c. Assist. Su/d. Royal Carriage L/ejitiiit. 
IJiii/d. !',-■ . ■ T is. Instructor in Gunnery, Skoeburyness 

3 Gillies, George James 

6 Thomas-Le Marchaut, Henry St. John Vaughan Le Marchant .. 

10 Phillpotts. Henry Francis 177 

Bit, -iicks. It <rrn Mill-. «.-■"•- Comsy. of Ordnance, 3rd Grade, Bombay .. 

4 Martelli, Timings Challoner , 

11 Murray, John Charles D'lTrban j 

p.t.c. Moorsom, Kenry Manoers,* 5 * Trut. in TacticsB.M. College, ~) 1 

Sandhurst ) | 

10 Burgmann, George John, Instructor in Gunnery, Shoeburyness , 

9 Gwyn, Herbert Lionel- 50 

7 Robertson, Henry Maxwell 



Oct. 57 20 Dec. 69 

Oct. 57) 1 Jan. 70 

Oct. 57 10 Jan. 70 

Oct. 57 28 May 70 

Oct. 57 24 Dec. 70 



Oct. 
Oct. 



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57 2 + 



Jan. 

Mar. 



t Oct. 



Oct. 57 10 July 71 1 

1 Oct. 57' 20 July 71 

1 Oct. 57,20 July 71 

1 Oct. 57! 7 Sept. 71 



Nc 



Roberts, William Arthur, Remount Agent, Bengal 
9 Norton-Taylor. Duncan 

3 Hazlerigg." Thotmn Maynard (lit. If. Colonel, 22 
5 Mackenzie, Robert Smythe Muir 

9 Gyll, Flemyng George 

6Toogood, Seym mr Ho d«s 

:i Jones, Hei 1 , S I ■ 

TB<E,Piekar ,Ar • /'. ' . ' ' U. Groom in Waiting, Assist. Keeper \ 
ofihePrioyP rse,an ' Issistant Private Secretary to the Queen, ir \ 
ExtraEquerry to II.R.II. the Duke ofConnaugU; I.e. 8 Feb. 78 j 

2 Burnett, Thomas 

8 Shuttleworth, Ashton John 

7 Rothc, George Walter Charles 

11 Tupper, Basil de Beauvoir 

4 Goodeve, Henry Hills 

2 Best, George 

Sladen, Joseph, p.a.c. Assistant Instructor Royal Laboratory 

7 Harvey. Charles Smith 

10 Dixon," Charles Frederick 

1 Crosthwait". Charles 

to Molesworth, Anthony Oliver 

g Murray. James Murray 

10 Tatham, Walter John 

7 Lewis, Henry Francis Peterkin 

g Douglas, James Mainwaring 



Sept. 71 



1 Whalle 
5 Tyler, 
10 ijeacoc 
1 p i.e. M 
7 Simpsi 
9 Towns 
10 p.s.c.'S 
10 Wickh 



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Oct. 58 1 , 1 Oct. 71 

1 Oct. 71 

Oct. 5SJ 1 Oct. 71 

21 Dec. 53 1 Oct. 71 
1 Apr. 59 1 1 Oct. 71 
t Apr. 59 1 Oct. 71 
1 Apr. 59 17 Oct. 7 

22 June 59 21 Oct. 71 
22 June 59 it Nov. 7 
22 June 59 11 Nov. 7 
22 June 59 1 1 Nov. 7 

22 June 59J11 Nov. 7 

.lone 2 Dec. 71 

22 June 59 23 Dec. 71 

22 June 59 23 Dec. 71 

ker-' ; " 21 Dec. 59 2 3 Dec. 71 

rancis Henry |2i Dec. 5917 Jan. 72 

21 Dec. 59 17 J ;ln - 72 

iam 21 Dec. 59 31 Jan- 7 a 

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.] Dec. 1 1 Mar. 72 

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June 58128 Sept. 7 

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• June sS 23 Sept. 71 
Oct. 58 1 Oct. 71 



3 Wing, Vincent 

Captains. 
o Lacy, Seymour de Lacy 

Porter, Morton Lawrence, p.a.c. Assist. Supdt. Royal Gun Factory., 

Stirke, Wm. Reynolds, Adj. 20 Aug. 73 

a Jones, Thomas. I dim 

BeV, James Lancaster 

Younger, John 

Deshon, Charles John 

6 p.s.c. Nelson, William Francis 

ii Hornsby, George Mackenzie Bent 

Jonei, Charles, p.a.c. Assistant Instructor of Artillery, R.M. 
Academy 

7 Brown, Alex. Burton, p.a.c 

7 Barker, Henry Andrews 

2 Hime, Henry William Lovett 

Downes, Leonard, p.a.c. Capt. Inst. Royal Gun Factory 



21 Dec. 59 24 Apr. 72 

22 Dec. 59; 4 May 7 a 

22 Dec. 59 1 15 May 7 
22 Dec. 59 1 iS May 7s 
22 Dec. 59; 7 June 7 
22 Dec. 59! 6 July 72 
22 Dec. 59; 17 July 72 
:2 Dec. 5g'2o July 72 
2 Dec. 59125 Sept. 72 
9 June 60 2 Nov. 72 
9 June 60' 23 Nov. 72 
9 June 60J23 Nov. 7: 
9 June 60 23 Nov. 72 
:g June 60 23 Nov. 72 



c Greig, Banks Robinson 1 19 June 60123 Nov. 72 

9 June 60 1 23 Nov. 72 
9 June 60*23 Nov. 72 



Bernard. James il'alker. Brigade Major, Cork 

Ormsby,John Becher, p.a.c. Capt. Instructor Royal Carriage Depart. 

Walkey, Rovland, p.a.c, Instructor in Artillery, R.M. Academy .. 

Isacke, Henry Wedderburn, Brigade Major, Devonport 

A Inge, John Walker 

a England, Albert Fdward 

1 Holley, Edmund Hunt 

p.s.c. Milner, Ferdinand Henry Wheeler (Intelliijence Department).. 
C FitzRoy, Edward Albert- 70 

Mulloy, William Gorges 

Hezlet, Richard Jackson, Adjutant Mid Ulster Artillery Militia .... 

French, Geo. Arthur, CMG. Inspector of Warlike Stores, Devonport . 
A Lockhart, Robert Dundas Eliott 

6 Wood, Thomas, Adj. 1 Apr. 75 

7 Hitchins, Thomas Martyn 

4 Galloway, Frank 

Moore-Lane, Maitland. Adjutant Norfolk Militia Artillery 



9 June 60 
1 Oct. 57 
3 June 60 
3 June 60 
9 June 60 



23 Nov. 7 
7 Nov. 69 
23 Nov. 72 
23 Nov. 72 
Nov. 



19 June 60 23 JNov. 72 
19 June 60 23 Nov. 72 
19 June 60^23 Nov. 72 
19 June 60] 1 1 Dec. 72 
19 June 60 11 Dec. 72 
19 June 60 11 Dec. 72 
19 June 60 11 Dec. 7 
19 June 60 11 Dec. 72 
9 June 60 11 Dec. 72 
19 June 60 11 Dec. 7 
19 June 60 12 Apr. 73 



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LIEUT. CAPTAIN. 



19 June 60 12 Apr. 73 
19 June 60 12 Apr. 73 
1 Nov. 60,12 Apr. 73 
t Nov. 60 16 Apr. 73 
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1 Nov. 60 ! 16 Apr. 73! 
1 Nov. 60 10 May 73 
1 Nov. 60 1 9 Aug. 73' 
1 Nov. 60 S Oct. 73' 
Nov. 60 8 Oct. 73 1 



Captains. 
Nicolas, Francis Carminowe, > 

Adj. 4 Feb. 74 s 

b Blackwood, Price Frederic 

A Wright, "Willinui Henry 

Worry, Arthur, Brigade Major,*) 

Portsmouth ) 

p.s.c. 'Knollys, Henry, Brigade\ 

Major, Aldershot 3 

Gardiner, Spencer, Adj. 24 July 75 
c Browne, Henry Robert Yates \ 

{Bt. Major, 29 Nov. 79) $ 

4 Thomson, Charles "William 

Nind, Frederick William, Adj. ~) 
and Qr. Master R.M. Academy $ 

B Carey, Frederick William - 

Duthie, William Henry Moore, \ 

Brigade Major R.A. Dover ... 3 

Lewes, Price,' Inspector of War- 1 

like Stores, cfc, Provinces of r 

Nova Scotia, <Sr" / 

7 Maclean, Allan Henry 

c Parlby, Gerald Charles Hall 

Wnollcombe, Edward, Instructor') 

in Gunnery, Woolwich j 

Morley, Cleroaux, p.a.c. Proof) 

Master, Woolwich 3 

Stewart, RobertMcGrioor.D. A. Q. ) 
M. Gen. Bengal (Bc.Major, 22 J- 

7 Cooke! Thomas Charies"!. !""'.'.. ..j l8 Dec - 6o | 4 Feb 
10 Yeatman-Biggs, A. (^dolphin*?*") ; 18 Dec. 60 4 Feb 
on special sere. C. of Good Mope 3 , 
Sooke, Harry Wm., Adj. Lanca-\ ^ jj ec . 6 '3 p erj 



Nov. 60 



Nov. 60 



8 Oct. 73 
29 Oct. 73 



Nov. 60 29 Oct. 73 
Nov. 60^29 Oct. 73 
Nov. 6o'i7 Dec. 73 



Dec. 60 



Dec. 60 



7 Bee. 73 
4 Feb. 74 



18 Dec. 60 ix Mar. 74 
18 Dec. 60 11 Mar. 



shire Art. Militia 

McClintock, William, p.a.c 

6 Harrison, Pemberton,' 1 " 3 Adj. 1. 

East Biding Art. Vol 

Bainbridge, Edmond, p.a.c. Itept. 

of Director of Art. and Stores 

c Turner,Alfre'dEdwd.,^/.iApr.79 I 9 Bee. 60 11 Mar. 74 

Brough, James Fox .' iy Dec. 60 n Mar. 74 

A Long, Cha. Wigram,.i<fy\6 Oct. 7 



Dec. 



Mar. 74 



Hardiuge, Henry J{aiighton,Adj.\ 
'iller 11 Militia 3 

. a 

Major, School of (luniiery j 



Gahoay Artillery Militia 
Pearse, Arthur Napier, Brigade') 



5 spragge, Charles Henry 

Grubb, Alexander, 11 " 5 Adjutant \ 

Durham Artillery Militia \ 

Pym,Saml. ,Firemaster, Portsmouth 

10 Wall, James 

p.s.c. Clayton, Emilius, H.M. Vice I 

Consul at Van , 

1 Loraine, Fred. Ekins Blakeney, \ 

A.D.CJ11 Maj .General Turner 3 

Hemans, Willo'itghby Bathurst 

8 Anderson, Archibald James 

Irwin, De la Cherois Thomas 

Kensington, Edgar, p.a.c. Inst A 

in Mathematics, Canada, with V 

local rank of Major ) 

7 p.s.c. Rothw'ell, John Sutton 

Gaskell, Thomas,Adj. Fife Artil- \ 

lery Militia j 

c Campbell, Alexander 

7 Carlile, William Ogle 

9 Davies, Allan Bedlord 

10 Logan, Alfred 

Sandes, Henry Thos. Thompson, ) 
Adj. 1 Adm. Br. W.R. York- Y 
shire Art. Volunteers ) 

DesBarres,Annustus Henry John, ) 
Adj. to Col. 'Hon. D. M. Eraser 3 

3 Carr, Theodore 

c Sheil, Henry 

4 Lawrie, James Adair 

b Tolbier, Barrett Leimard 

O'Callaghan, Dcsm. Dykes Tynte, ) 
Assist. Suvt. of Experiments, V 
Shoeburyness J 

5 Perry, Lionel Frederick 

B Lockyer, Edmund Stoughton ) 

Braithwaite j 

3 Nash, Edmund Webb 

Sladc, John Ramsay 



[9 Dec. 60 


9 May 74 


9 Dec. 60 


23 May 74 


9 Dec. 60 


1 July 74 


9 Dec. 60 


1 July 74 


1 Apr. 6i 


1 July 74 


1 Apr. 61 


1 July 74 



10 Ford, Charles Edm. Uawksha.we 

Poole, J. liuscombe, Brigade \ 

Major, Cape of Good Hope ...3 

8 Robinson, John CorBane(JX</ jor, ; 

11 Nov. 78).., $ 

6 Turnbull, Geo. Wilmot Maitland 

Larcom, Sir Charles, Bart:-~' ,J t 

Adj. Sligo Artillery Militia ...)' 

Beat'y-Pownall, George Albert, ) 

Adjutant Argyll and Bute Art. 

Militia J 

A Pipon, Henry 18 D C 



1 Apr. 61J28 Sept.74 
1 July 6i|ioOct. 74 
1 July 61 10 Oct. 74 
1 July 61 Go Oct. 74 
1 July 6i' :o Oct. 74 
1 July 61^0 Oct. 74 

1 July 61 1 IO Oct. 74 
1 July 61 1 10 Oct. 74 
1 July 61 10 Oct. 74 
1 July 61 i 7 Oct. 74 
1 July 61 J 11 Nov. 74 
1 Nov. 60J24 Nov. 74 
1 July 61 U5 Nov. 74 

22 Dec. 59125 Nov. 74 

1 July 61 25 Nov. 74 
5 Oct. 61 7 Jan. 75 
5 Oct. 61 13 Jan. 75 
8 Dec. 61 16 Jan. 75 
8 Dec. 61 1 16 Jan. 75 

8 Dec. 6i| x 6 
8 Dec. 61 j 16 Jan. 75 
8 Dec. 61 16 Jan, 
8 Dec. 61(16 Jan. 75 
Dec. 61 j 16 Jan. 75 



8 Dec. 61 16 Jan. 75 
8 Dec. 61 1 6 Jan. 



18 Dec. 61 1 7 Feb. 75 

18 Dec. 61) 7 Feb. 75 

iS Dec. 61 10 Feb. 75 

r8 Dec. 61 10 Feb. 75 



10 Feb. 75 



Captains, 
a Freeman, Robert Peere Williams, 

A Molesworth, St. Aubyn 

10 p.s.c. Maurice, John Fredk., 280 ") 

special service, Natal > 

a Marshall, George Henry 

Geary, Hamilton, p.a.c. , Imp. df\ 

Warlike Stores, Hong Kong ... j 

Souper, Charles Edward. Adj. \ 

Limerick City Art. Militia , 

3 Disney, Thos. Roht.," B 'Adjutanf) 

1 July 77 -, $ 

Day, John, Adj. Isle of Wight ~> 

Artillery Militia .'....) 

Keith, James, Adjutant of Ar-\ 

tillery, Candahar Force 3 

Hutchinson, William Lacy, Adj. ) 

Kent Art. Militia / 

Banning, Robert Alfred 

Robson, John Cas'tell 283 

9 Firebrace, George 

8 Auchinleck, William Henry 

3 Alleyne, James 28 * {Bt. Major, 29 > 

Nov. 79) '• 5 

8 Wighton, Edward 

5 Mallins, William 

b Carre, George Tennant 235 

2 Greer, Carlile 280 

b Hare, Robt.Powel 

8 Burt, Norman Macdonald 

Pennethorne, Lee Percy 



Hubback, Henry Walter John, \ 
Adjutant, School of Gunnery 3 

10 Piatt, Wadhani Pigott 

p.s.c. Lloyd, Thomas Henry, ) 
Brigade Major R.A. Sheerness ) 

b Kingscoto, Henry Blomfield 

8 Richmond, Felix 

8 Shippard, Walkins O. Courtney 2 " 

p.s.c. Hawkins, George Walter!'..... 

Legge. Wm. Vincent, Adjutant, 1 

Cardigan Artillery Militia ... ) 

8 Georges, William Payne 

3 Beadnell, Charles Edward 

p.s.c. Roberts, Francis, Instructor ) 

in Mil. Surveying, R.M. College 3' 

Feilden, Haughton Montague J.,\ 

p.a.c. Brigade Major, Gibraltar j 

5 p.s.c. Browne, Jas.H. Granville, ) v 

Garrison Instructor, Curragh . ( 

Clarice, Marshall James 

8 Bayly, George Cecil 

Houstonn, James Flower, Adj. 1 ") 

Adm. Br. Cheshire Art. Vol. 3 

Cambier, Ernest Frederick 



Rudge, Walter Reginald, Adj. 1 \ 

Adm. Brig. Ayrshire Art. Vols.) 

1 Langley, William Savage 289 ) 

(Br. Major, Dublin) j 

11 Roberts, Howland 

4 Grey, Charles Francis Baring, ) 
Adjutant 1 Aug. 78 $ 

6 Sharp, William Edwards 

Hailiday, Stratford Charles, Adj. ] 

1 Adm'Brig .East York Artillery \ 

Volunteers j 

11 Whateley, William, Adj. 1 Apr. 79 
A Smyth, Horatio Francis 

1 Knox, Francis Blake, A.D.C. to \ 

Lieut. General Phillpotts j 

p.s.c. Pratt, Sisson Cooper,^' ) 

Professor R. M. Academy f 

3 Sorell, William Henry Fredk. 2 ' J2 .., 

Brinkley, Francis, Drill lust rue- \ 

tor to Japanese j 

2 Ferrier, Alexander Walter 

11 Graves, Francis Lowry,^?. a. c ... 

7 Parry, Gilbert Sidney 

Barker, Francis Wm. James,~ yi \ 

Firemaster, Malta f 

Empson. Charles Anglcsea, Adju- 1 

tant 3 Laneash i re A rt. Vol it nteers J 

7 Curtis, William Frederick de \ 

Hubbenet 2a+ j 

9 Dolphin, Harry Edmund 23 '' 

3 Ditmas, Francis Frederick 

Morgan, Harrison Ross Lewin ... 

1 Saunders, Arthur Augustus,") 

Adjutant 1 March 79 j 

13 Corbett, Richard 

y Pearson, Arthur .lames 

Buckle, John Wm. Adj. 2 Adm.Bt. \ 

Northumberland Art. Vol j 

1 Gregory, William Villenouve 

Graham, Charles Senhouse, Adi.~) 
1 Adm. Brig. GloucesiershircR.V j 

1 Taylor, William 

7 Will, George 



LIEUT. 

i8 Dec. 61 
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tS Doc. 61 
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8 Dec. 61 
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27 Jan. 63 

12 Feb. 63 
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1 Mar. 63 
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1 Apr. 63 
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27 June 63 

6 July 63 
15 July 63 
1 Sept. 63 
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1 Sept. 03 
1 Sept. 63 
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9 Sept. 63 
3 Oct. 63 



.10 Feb. 75 
! 10 Mar. 75 
10 Mar. 75 
10 Mar. 75 
10 Mar. 75 
10 Mar. 75 
1 Apr. 75 
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1 Apr. 75 
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14 Apr. 75 
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24 Apr. 75 
9 June 75 
14 July 75 
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8 Sept. 75 
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22 Sept.75 
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20 Oct. 75 

28 Oct. 75 

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10 Oct. 63 



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[ 3 Oct. 63 

2 Nov. 63 



8 Dec. 75 
8 Dec. 75 
8 Dec. 75 
8 Dec. 75 
8 Dec. 75 

23 Dec. 75 
1 Jan. 76 
1 Jan. 76 
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1 Jan. 76 

1 Jan. 76 
1 Jan. 76 
1 Jan. 76 
1 Jan. 76 
1 Jan. 76 
1 Jan. 76 
1 Jan. 76 
1 Jan. 76 
15 Jan. 76 
15 Jan. 76 
15 Jan. 76 
15 Jan. 76 

18 Feb. 76 
21 Feb. 76 
11 Mar. 76 
11 Mar. 76 
14 Mar. 76 
29 Apr. 76 
29 Apr. 76 
10 May 76 
14 May 76 
14 May 76 

19 June 76 



Itoyal Artillery. 



171 



Captains. 

BE Armesley, Oliver Fras. Theodore 

Murphi/,Cecil Willi, 1,1: Esmonde, 300 \ 

Com. of Ord. 1st Class, Poona Y 

Arsenal J 

Wace,Richard (Bt.Mqj.22 Nov. 79) 

2 p.s.c. Law, William 

iDavies, J. Aug. Seymour ~Hovse, p.a.c 

Watkin, Henri/ Samuel Spiller 

4 Ollivant, Edward Albert 

p.s.c.Fox,Wa!ferRegiuald,D.A.A.} 

4- Q. M. G. Cape of Good Hope ) 

Stone, John Graham, Assistant Su-\ 

peri nl en lent of Factories, Bengal) 

4 Wallace. Robert Hugh 

Ewiiig, James Peters 

10 Taylor, Frederick Henry, SM 4i- } 

infant 6 March 79 $ 

6 Williams, Richard Francis 

5 Torkington, Henry 

Walker, Herbert Jno. Ouchter- ) 

lony (Remount Establishment) ) 

6 Bally, John Ford 

10 Rudge, Samuel 

p.s.c. Duqdalc, Arthur George,) 

Brigade Major, R. Art., York $ 
Mu>nii/, Rodney Edward, Adj. 1 

Cork City Art. Militia ) 

Murray, Stcn:art,Com. of 0rd.2nd ~) 

Class, Bengal 5 

TVi/nne, George Clement, p.a.c. \ 

Instructor in Mathematics, Royal r 

Military Academy ) 

11 Curtin, Joseph Albert 

Baddeley, Paul Fred. Michael 

2 Browell, Edward Thomas, Ad- ) 

jutant 1 March 79 ) 

4 Hamilton, Constantine Henry ... 

4 Plunkett, Robert Hastings > 

Willoughby ) 

5 Donivile, Barry Francis 

Cooper, Albert Beauchamp Astley, \ 

Adj. 1 Adm.Brig.Fifeshirc Art. 
Vols ) 

8 Vaughan, Henry (Bt. Major, 29 > 

Nov. 79) $ 

4 Bou wens, Lambart Henry 

9 Wickham, Charles Brenton 

6 Morgan, Thomas Llewellyn 

6 Gower, George Henry 

4 p.s.c. Rawes, William Woodward 
6 Eden, William Alexander 

5 Tabor, John Minnitt 

10 Siddons, Henry George Fombelle 

6 Lake, Edward 

11 Riall, William Augustus 

8 Browne, Augustus, Adj. 16N0V. 78 
2 Blaksley, Edward 

Cundill, John Ponsonby, p.a.c. \ 
Assist. lust., Royal Laboratory $ 

Fletcher, Alfred Foulger 

Smith, Charles Mitchell 



8 Dec. 63 2S July 76 
9 Aug. 76 



2sJune62 
2 Jan. 64 



9 Jan. 64 
9 Jan. 64 
9 Feb. 64 
1 Mar. 64 
22 Mar. 64 

Mar. 64 2 
22 Mar. 64 
12 Apr. 64 
12 Apr. 64 
12 Apr. 64 
3 May 64 
3 June 64 
14 June 64 
igjuly 64 
19 July 64 
19 July 64 
19 July 64 
19 July 64 
16 Aug. 64 

16 Aug. 64 
16 Aug. 64 
16 Aug. 64 
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16 Aug. 64 
16 Aug. 64 

30 Aug. 64 

30 Aug. 64 

I j Sept.64 
n Oct. 64 

II Oct. 64 
18 Oct. 64 
is Oct. 1 4 
28 Oct. 64 



Nov. 64 

Nov. 64 

1 Nov. 64 

9 Dec. 64 



White, Arthur Welleslei/, p.a.c. \ 
Dept. of the Director of Artillery j 

11 Newman, Arthur Alexander 

11 Kennaway, Charles William 

Broadfoot, Archibald*™ 

5 Alves, John Morison 

7 Quayle, James Spedding 26 ' 

b Gillespie, James Carnegie, Adj. } 

4 Jan. 78 $ 

3 Howard, Frederic 

7 Palmer, George Herbert 311 

p.s.c. Walker, Arthur Green-'i 

wood, Inst, in Military Drawing, *• 

Royal Military Academy ) 

Hunter, Woodbum, p.a.c, Insp. ) 
Small Arms Factory, Enfield ... ) 

9 p.s.c. Bury, John Thomas 

11 Pretvman, Geo. Tindal, A.D.C. , 
to Sir F. Roberts (Bt.Mqjor, 22 \ 
Nov. 79) J 

9 Beaver, Philip Keith Lonsdale ... 

3 Powlett, Norton 

8 Brown, Charles Edward 

O'Gradi/, Richard Walter, Comm. ) 

of Ordnance, 3rd Class, Madras $ 

1 Costobadie, Henry Holmes 

p.s.c. Walford, Neville Lloyd,) 

Instr.R.M.Coll / 

Snodgrass, John Douglas 

2 Josselyn, James Edward 

5 Corfe, William Davies 

9 O'Malley, George Hunter 

1 Robinson, Francis Matthew 

Buckle, Dudley William, Adj. \ 
Sussex Artillery Militia j 



23 Dec. 64 
23 Dec. 64 
23 Dec. 64 



Aug. 77 
Sept. 77 

;■ 77 

21 Feb. 65 6 Sept. 77 
3 Mar. 65 20 Sept. 77 
Oct. 77 



3 Mar. 65 
Mar. 65 



9 Aug. 76 
9 Aug. 7 6i 
1 Sept. 76 
8 Sept. 76 

13 Sept. 76 
Oct. 76 

21 Dec. 76 
ssi Dec. 76 
iS Jan. 77 

29 Jan. 77 

1 Feb. 77 

14 Feb. 77 

27 Feb. 77 
1 Apr. 77 
1 Apr. 77 
1 Apr. 77 

10 Apr. 77 

Apr. 77 

10 Apr. 77 

26 Apr. 77 

30 Apr. 77 
30 Apr. 77 

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7 May 77 
30 May 77 

30 May 77 

so May 77 
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28 June 77 
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. _ July 77 
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July 77 
, . July 77 
6 Dec. 64 9 July 77 
16 Dec. 64 9 July 77 
Dec. 64 14 July 77 
23 Dec. 64 14 July 77 
23 Dec. 64 14 July 77 
.{ Dec. 64 14 July 77 
23 Dec. 64 24 Aug. 77 



' John. 



Captains. 
Moore, George Montgc 

Congdon, John James 

de Marylski, Robert, Firemaster, > 

Gibraltar / 

7 Adams, Edward Willoughby 

1 Ha iii.-ford - Hannay, 

Win. Adjutant 17 Oct. 79 

9 Gamble, Killaly 

5 Uppleby, John George ... 

2 Radford, Arthur 

10 Iunes, Francis Newell ... 

9 Freetli, James Plomer ... 
Allen, George Burges 



12 Jan. 66 2 Jan. 7 S 
12 Jan. 66' 9 Jan. 78 
12 Jan. 66! 6 Feb. 7 S 
12 Jan. 6620 Feb. 78 
12 Jan. 66' 12 Mar. 78 
4 Smyth, Samuel Gardiner I12 Jan. 66 13 Mar. 78 

•7 Vi'U'i-iiinfi IIimtt'- ( T nnrcrtz J/Ji *i ' 

12 Jan. 66 13 Mar. ;3 



:8 July 65 24 Nov. 77 
:S July 65 24 Nov. 77 
:8 July 65'24 Nov. 77 
8 July 65! 15 Dec. 77 
: 8 July 65' 1 Jan. 78 
.2 Jan. 66| 1 Jan. 7 3 



Mar. 6s 

21 Mar. 65 
21 Mar. 65 

24 Mar. 65 
24 Mar. 65 
24 Mar. 65 
Mar. 65 
24 Mar. 65 
18 July 65 
[8 July 65 
:8 July 65 
:S July 6 5 
:8 July 65 , . 
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1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 
1 Oct. 77 
1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 
1 Oct. 77 
1 Oct. 77 
1 Oct. 77 
1 Oct. 77 
4 Oct. 7 
4 Oct. 7. 
4 Oct. 77 
7 Nov. 77 
- Nov. 77 



7 Newcome, Henry George, Adj. \ 
1 Jan. 79 j 

6 Crookenden, Hen. Humphreys, > 

at Staff College j 

7 Hewitt, Jas. Robert Silver Oliver 
3 Nutt, James Anson Francis 

Stanford, Arthur Bouverie, DA. 1 
Q.M.Gen. Bombay j 

2 French, Francis Horace 

6 Arniytage, Arthur Henry 

9 Cotton, Walter, Adj. 4 West Rid- ) 

ing Rifle Volunteers j 

to Pringle, Alfred Lionel 

8 Denny, William Towusend Gun.. 
6 Dunnage, Arthur James 

3 Rigg, Henry Alfred 31 - 

9 Harman, James Frederick 

Mackinlay, George 

11 Martin, George Blake Napier 

11 Clarke, John Sheridan 

p.s.c. Jones, Douglas Forde, on \ 
special duty in Roumelia j 

5 Gordon, William Lindsay Carnegie 
9 Duthy, Archibald Edw; 

8 Dunlop.Henry Donald.^ Staff Coll. 

6 Legard, James Digby 

2 Downing. Cameron Macartney) 

Harwood 315 j 

1 Anstruther, Alexander William... 
Till-jtsfiii, Lionel, Ail iii'aiit Hants 1 

.IrtdLry Militia..'. )' 

Sob Tt Samuel 

10 Mainguy, George Sandi'ord 

11 Shore.'l/cm.FrederickWilliamJohn 

Jervis, WalterNtil 

North, Daril, Firemaster, Ceylon 

1 Archer, Frederick. Lewis 

Turubull, Henry John Lennox, ) 

Adj. Snfolk Art. Militia j 

S Walsh, Edward 

10 Blake, Charles John 

4 Smith, William Wliitmore 

10 Elles,Edtnond Roche,. 

3 Russell, Hugh Percy 

10 Daniell, De Courcy 

5 Haverheld, Henry \V 

Brook Tuustall ) 

Skinner, Philip Leighton Mac-\ 
Greqor, p.a.c. 2nd Assitt. Supt. - 

of Experiments, Sltoeburyness ) 

Aitlcen, William 

1 Atchison, Charles Henry 

1 Mackintosh, William John 

3 Martin, William 

S Wilson, George Frederick 

5 Riddell, Walter 

9 Cruickshank.FletcherlLn '■>( Irani 
to p.s.c. Smith, WalterWm. Marriott.. 

Crofton, Henri/* 1 * 

8 Barron, Harry 

1 Yorke, Frederick Augustus ....". 
Blandy, Wm. Poyntz (Adcanced\ 

Class) j 

8 Hellard, Henry Bettesworfl, 

5 Stephenson, Keppel 

10 Knox, William (Jenrge- 1 - 1 

9 Buckle, Edmund..... 

10 Evans, Edward Benjamin 

7 Stevens, George Morton 

s Viliart. Francis MeredithEdmund 

7 Bigg, Frederick 

d.s. Hay, lvUai ,n,un 

S Morgan, Frederick Cyril 

2 Smith, William Ogden 

7 Freeth, Sampson Plomer Frdk. 334 
4 Griffiths, Algernon Sydney .... 

Johnson, Edicard Armstrong, 2nd 
Class Commissary of Ordnance, r 

Aden Arsenal ) 

10 Turner, Frederick fitansel, Adj. ~i 

2 Adm.Br. Lancashire Ari.VoU. ) 

7 Yerbury, JohnWillaim. 



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Captains. 

it Baldock. William Stanford 

o Hussey, Peter, Adj.Forfar.lrt.Mil. 
Yates, Henry Townley Scott 

6 Preston, Henry Edward 

7 Rogers, John Pevcrell 

Scott, Charles Henry, Ant. Supt.) 

of Factories, Bengal 5 

2 Haaaway, George Rowley 

2 Cotton, Edward Thomas Davenant 

3 Curling, Henry Thomas 

8 Purdv, Robert 

g Waterfield, Donald MacKenzie ) 

Dunlop > 

8 Fowler, William .lames 

4 Brackenbury, Edward Fenwick... 

ii Blackburn, Peter 

io Walter, Frederick Edward 

2 Burridge, Francis John 

North, Roarer, Charles Edward,) 
Adj. i Adm. Brig. Norfolk Art. 

Volt ' 

6 Hammond, Peter Henry 

8 Sclater. James Robert Charles ... 
1 1 Montgomery, Robert Arthur, at ) j 



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Staff C 

Nixon, Arundel James 

11 Murray, Henry Stewart ... 
9 Lngard, Henry Travers ... 

3 Lyall, Henry 

7 Leach, John 

4 Dalton, James Cecil 

9 Campbell, William Mussea 

9 Chapman, Lionel James Archer 13 Jan. 69 

Selfe, Sydney Gerard Frederick ... 13 Jan. 69 

it Russell, Charles '13 Jan. 69 1 5 Nov. 79 1 

Lieutenants. lie ut. jl 

10 Mayhew, Thomas '13 Jan. 69IJ 

c Foote, Francis Onslow Barrington 13 Jan. 69 

a.e. Bingham, Edmund George Henry, Lieut " 
af a Company of Gentlemen Cadets 

8 Arbuthnott, Walter Charles Warner 

10 Lloyd, Graham Moore 

Stamdbridge, Edmund Baker 

10 Walker, Edgar Holford 

b Mayne, Charles Hardinge Hawtrey 

B Western, Charles Maximilian 

c Rowley, Hon. William Chanibre 

7 Davidson, William Leslie 

Lindsay, Charles Carmichael 

A Baker, Robert Henry Sherston 

9 Nugent, Nugent Jonathan 

11 Miles, Philip William Herbert 

B Allsopp, Ranulph 

Fairtlouah, Samuel Gerrard, Instructor S. ~) 
Canadian Coll. {with local rank of Captain.) ) 



Lieutenants. 

b Rich, Charles Carroll 323 

Fawkes, Lionel Grimston, A.D.C. 
Governor of Barbadoes 

2 Perrott, Thomas 

3 Swinton, John James 

11 Jocelyn, Julian Robt. John, at Staff College 

b Fowell. Newton Plomer 

c Price, George Richardson 

2 Wynell-Mavow, Mayow 

c Dawson, Henry Philip 

a Brackeubury, Herbert William 

Mobertson, 'Robert William Peacock 

10 O'Sullivan, Eugene Overbeck 

c Hunt, Henry Vaughan 

5 Newton, William Henry 

3 Lowther, William Gorges 329 

b Coker, Lewis Edmund 

b Roch, Thomas James 

b Rochfort, Alexander Nelson 

1 Rosseter, James Hurley 

Frith, Warren Hastings, Peshawur Moun--) 
tain Battery 5 

8 Bourke, Gerald 

9 Davenport, Frederic Allen 

7 Frceland, John Albert Scott 

A Hotham, John 

c Woods, Hans Charles Maunsell 

c Maitland, Reginald Paynter 

1 Owen, George Pridhnin 

Beaver, Frederick Tyssen Mackinlay 



Bigge, Arthur John, A. B.C. to Sir F. Wood] 7 July 69 



5 July 68 13 Sept. 79 

5 July 68|i7 Sept. 79 

3 Jan. 69,20 Sept. 79 

3 Jan. 69J25 Sept.79 

3 Jan. 60 25 Sept.79,, 

3 Jan. 60I27 Sept.79 c Kelly, Edward David 

3 Jan 60I 4 Oct. 79 i 6 Dawson, Edward Frederick 3 ™ 

' Nov. 79 ; ! a Dalbinc, Henry Shelley 

Nov 79 1 ! D Casey, Charles Leslie \ 

1 Dean-Pitt, Douglas Charles, Aide de Camp\ | 

to Governor of Bombay ) I 

B Watson, Solomon I 

a Newbigging, Patrick Charles Eric 

Frith, John Sabatier, Aide de Camp to the-) \ 

Governor of Bombay J , 

1 Dalrymple, Francis Bertram 1 

3 Jan. 69. j 3 Lane, Alfred Luther j 

5 Jan. 67, 1 Pevgree, Henry Hewitt | 

7 July 69 J 3 King, Robert Ambrose Cecil 

7 July 69 1 c Phiilimore, Wdliam George 

7 July 69 I c Challenor, George Richards 

7 July 69 j 7 Bowles, Frederick Augustus ' 

7 July 69 ; Wace, Ernest Charles ! 

7 July 69 g Sharland, Arthur Henry Hodges 1 

7 July 69 b Campbell, Frederick William ; 

7 July 69 , 6 Barlow, Maurice John : 

7 July 69 j a Mackenzie. Samuel Kenneth 
7 July 69 1 2 Bunbury, Herbert Napier .., 

7 July 69 9 Baker, Eden Moyle 

„ t„1tt c n ■ 4 Walford, William Sworder 
I - Slade, Frederick George 



] 13 Jan. 69; 



Lockyer, Walter Nevill 

7 Orel, Frederick Cusac 

9 Tydd, William James, Inspector of Police, " t 

Island of St. Vincent J 

Whitehorne , Arthur Howard 

c Hepburne, Robert Gordon Webb 

ia Fraser, Arthur Reginald . 



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Repton, Humphrey Thomas Hugh i 8 Jan. 70' 

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c Maynard, William Augustus 
a Spencer, John Winston Thomas 

10 Fanshawe, George Dalrymple . 

b Playfair, George James 

a Knight, Henry 

Jervois, Henry Napier 

9 Wodehouse, Edwin Frederick . 
c Trollope, E<lward Charles 

Moore, George Robert 

Monck-Maton, Gordon George*- 5 . 
A Eustace, Francis John William. 

11 Jackson, Henry Moore 

a Hanson, Alfred William 8 Jan. 70 

Baker, James Volant Vashon, Inspector of) T 

Warlike Stores, Mauritius j S Jan - 7° 

Hoggan, William Brooke 8 Jan. 70 

c Coke, Edward Beresford 8 Jan. 70 

b Pollard-TJrquhart, Francis Edw. Romulus 3 Jan. 70 

a Trotter, James Keith 8 Jan. 70 

b Aylmer, Frederick Arthur 8 Jan. 70) 

2 Trist, Richard Fincher Warren 8 Jan. 70 1 

1 Monckton, Philip Edmund 32: 23 July 70 

A Long, Charles James J23 July 70! 

Parsons, Lawrence Worthington '23 July 70 



4 Graham, Walter Ferrier 

a Saunders, Maoan William 

B Suart, William Hodgson 

a Campbell, Henry Alexander 

[o Coney, Charles Edward 

Bevan, Reginald Johnstone 

c Hall, Francis Henry 

c Hervey, Constantino Rodney William 

A Flint, Edward Montagu 

3 Hamilton, Peter Fisher Percival 

a Skipton, Charles Stewart 

c Robertson, John Albert 

a Maclaine, Hector 

Willoughby, Herbert Percival, Assist. Sup. ) 

of Factories, Bengal ) 

8 Elwes, Ernest Veness 333 

2 Carter, Francis Tilsou Shaen 

Seymour, Wilton Winckworth March, Insp. > 

of Warlike Stores, Cape of Good Hope ... ) 

B Thring, William Powlett 



Jan. 70IJ10 Howie, Thomas Stickney 



B Scott, Hugh Aboukir 

a Montgomery, Alexander John 

b Kirwan, John Denis 

c Du Boulay, Ernest de Visme 

B Potts, John William Hastings 

g.c. Cailwell, Albert Henry, Lieutenant of 1 

Company if Gentlemen Cadets 

A Wodehouse, Josceline Heneage 

2 Banister, FitzGerald Muirson 

c M'Donnell, John 

o Temple, John 

7 Herring-Cooper, Charles Hollier.. 



Loyd, Alfred Kirkman '23 July 70JJ 2 Skinner, Francis Nugent Macgregor 



b Denison, Hon. Henry Charles I23 July 70 

A Scarlett, Robert Lawrence 23 July 70 

c Radcliff, Francis William '23 July 70 

Clarke, William James, Inspector Warlike) 1 - . 



7 Hardy, William Eversley 

4 Beaumont, George How'land William 

B Coxhead, James Alfred 

9 Mac Mahon, Percy Alexander 



Stores, Bermuda j j 2 3 July 7°f g , c . Walker. Hy. Chesshyre Claughton,i»f«- j 

Wade, Arthur Gregory Scrooold '23 July 70J1 tenant of a Company of Gentlemen Cadets ) 



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Uoyal Artillery. 



173 



Lieutenants. 

c Oakes, Reginald 

1 Henriques, Edward Nathaniel 336 

1 Beaufort, Francis 

7 Murray, James Wolfe 

5 Cassan, Ernest 

2 Johnson, Richard Francis 

6 Prickett, William Robert 

Liddell, Augustus Frederick, Aide de\ 

Camp to Viceroy of India ) 

1 Barker, John Stewart Scott 




12 Sept.7: 
Sept. 72 



Bunny, Frederic Brioe 112 Sept.72 



5 Mansel, Alfred. 

a Hewat, Arthur Houstoun 

4 Willis, Charles Beaumont D'Anyers 

a Weir, Harry George 

2 Cunningham, John Dacres 

c Shirreff, George Frederick Farquharson.. 

11 Lyster, Henry John , 

a Hurray, Arthur Mordaunt , 

b Goold-Adams, Francis Michael 

c Saltmarshe, Philip 

a Jeffreys, Henry Byron 

1 Fletcher, Walter Blunt 

a Hawkins, John William 

Stand, Frederick Milbank 

2 Pickwoad, Edwin Hay 

1 Ward, Edward 

Penton, Arthur Pole 

c Ind, Henry Welch 

Fixott, James Laing, Assistant Superin-\ 
tendent of Factories, Kirkee J 

4 Becher, Edward French 

a Spencer, Gerald Robert 

11 Addison, Alexander Dupre 

2 Eman, Bowes Leslie 

9 Smyth, Owen Stuart 

6 Nugent, George 

1 Ryan, Charles Aloysius 

b Phillpotts, Arthur Henry Croker 

3 Baldock, Thomas Stanford 

a Vaughan-Hughes, Ernest 

b Saunders, William Arthur Gore 

a Grieve, John Andrew 

b.e. Cochrane, Blair Onslow 

4 Cleeve, William Frederick 

3 Lett, Thomas Stackhouse 

2 Farmer, Francis Colebrooke 

3 Gunner, Edward 

Ord, St. John St. George, Aide de Camp to | 

Sir Barry Ord ) 

5 Burton, Albert 

5 Burton, Hubert 

11 Edwards, Eustace Gresley 

6 Carden, Andrew Murray 

7 Daunt, William Rainsford Mordaunt. 

b.e. Wheble, James St. Lawrence 

a Waldron, Francis 



3 Rigg, Robert Addison 

a Blackett, Edward Umfreville 

5 de Jersey, William Grant 

[i Priestley, Edward John Kenworthes' 

5 Hadden, Charles Frederick 

3 Fenton, Wilfrid David Bradley 

6 Brunker, James Milford Sutherland.. 
Shirres, John Chioas 

3 Cowan, Henry Vivian 

Vaughan, Thomas Tweed 

S Hopkins, Manley Ogden 

1 Rickards, Cyril Henry 



29 Apr. 73! 
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McClintock, Leopold Alfred 11 Sept.73 

Tylden, William 11 Sept.73 '! 

3 Rainsford, Stephen Dickson 11 Sept.73; 

10 Hickman, Stopford Cosby n Sept.73 

2 Brett, Arthur Henry Wilford ,11 Sept.731 

6 Cunliffe, Foster Lionel In Sept.73 

n Rowan, Terence England n Sept.73, 

9 Newton, John William Marsdin n Sept.73 

9 Dobie, William Hugh Edward n Sept.73 

b Haggard, Claude Mason n Sept.73 

S Stansfeld, Thomas Wolrich Logan 11 Sept.73 

c Wards, St. Andrew Bruce n Sept.73 

1 Joynes, Robert n Sept.73 

4 Osborne, Edmund George, Adjutant, \\ Q _. ! 

KoorumColumn ) " &ept. 7o 

8 Archdall, James Blackwood n Sept.73 

5 Fulton, George Wade Robertson n Sept.73 | 

8 Woodrow, Thomas Henry Jackson 11 Sept.73 

Browne, Arthur Henry 11 Feb. 74,1 

10 Beresford, Marcus n Feb. 74!! 

8 Dewar, David Erskine n Feb. 74 

2 Heygate, William Howley Beaumont n Feb. 74 

10 Creagh, Arthur Gethin, Aide de Camp to \ ^ oV , „, 

Sir Garnet Woheley ) , 12 ieD -74 , 

1 Kelaart, Gerald Talbot 12 Feb. 74, 



Lieutenants. lieut. 

5 Bailward, Arthur Churchill 12 Feb. 74 

6 Hunter, Frederick Ernest Arundell 12 Feb. 74 

5 Robertson, William John 12 Feb. 74 

n Howard, Cyrus Cosmo 12 Feb. 74 

5 Curtis, Harry Alexander Dyer 12 Feb. 74 

Keene, Alfred 12 Feb. 74 

5 Owen, Henry O'Brien 12 Feb. 74 

2 Plant, William Arthur, Aide de Camp to ) F . 

the Governor of Bombay ( - i.reu. 74 

2 Bunn, William Frederick 12 Feb. 74 

3 Brady, Robert Maziere 1 12 Feb. 74 

2 Loudon, Robert Dunn 12 Feb. 74 

3 Garnett-Botfield, Walter Dubbon 12 Feb. 74 

Smith, Edward Arthur 12 Feb. 74 

6 Holland, Ellis Charles Fletcher 12 Feb. 74 

1 Sidney, Son. Algernon 1 12 Feb. 74 

6 Boteler, Francis Wilford 1 12 Feb. 74 

6 Pratt, Arthur Spencer '12 Feb. 74 

8 Blewitt, William Edward 12 Feb. 74 

Jones, Gilbert Saltoun 1 12 Feb. 74 

4 Murphy, Francis Joseph 12 Feb. 74 

4 Maberly, Charles Evan ,12 Feb. 74 

2 Kuper, Charles Victor Bremer 12 Feb. 74 

A Hawkshaw, Edward Crichton 12 Aug. 74 

4 Radcliffe, Derwentwater 12 Aug. 74 

3 Hansard, Arthur Clifton 17 Aug. 74. 

6 Elliot, Edmund Halbert 17 Aug. 74 

4 Burton, Benjamin 17 Aug. 74 

1 Allen, John Richard Howard 17 Aug. 74 

6 Stirling, James Wilfred 17 Aug. 74 

n Fowle, Trenchard Frederic Thomas 17 Aug. 74 

11 Duff, Beauchamp 17 Aug. 74 

11 Rogers, Sorrell Michael 17 Aug. 74 

7 Fell, John Percy ' 17 Au S- 74 

7 Simpson, John Murray 17 Aug. 74 

4 Harrison, Robert Arthur Gwynne 17 Aug. 74 

5 Parsons, Charles Sim Bremridge 17 Aug. 74 

4 Urquhart, Walter Andrew 17 Aug. 74 

10 Kellie, Charles Wauchope 17 Aug. 74 

4 Simpson, Henry Cuthbert Connell Dunlop t i7 Aug. 74 
c Balfour, Wm. Edward Ligonier 17 Aug. 74 

4 Galton, Hubert George Howard 17 Aug. 74 

2 Purvis, Alexander Burridge ! 17 Aug, 74 

Wynyard, Sowley 17 Aug. 74 

5 Fleming, Edward William 28 Jan. 75 

9 Woods, George Edwin Annesley 28 Jan. 75 

2 Downing, David Fitzgerald 28 Jan. 75 

8 Townshend, George Robert 28 Jan. 73 

11 Bell-Irving, Andrew J28Jan. 75 

8 Nash, Edward 28 Jan. 75 

c Sclater, Henry Criehton 2S Jan. 75 

8 Phillips, Thomas Vaughan Wynn 28 Jan. 75 

1 Simpson, Charles Napier ,28 Jan. 7s 

13 May, Edward Sinclair 2S Jan. 75 

6 Leach, Reginald Pemberton ,28 Jan. 75 

3 Rowe, Octavius 2S Jan. 73 

4 Boothby, Reginald Evelyn 2S Jan. 75 

Darby, 'William Henry 128 Jan. 75 

10 Aplin, Hugh Morgan 28 Jan. 75 

1 Lindsay, Walter Fullarton LudOTic >S Jan. 75 

5 Bannatine, Richard AUason 2S Jan. 75 

6 Dunlop, Henry Cleland 28 Jan. 75 

10 Hodgson, Janies Owen 28 Jan. 7, 

2 Kerrison, Edmund Roger Allday 28 Jan. 75 

3 Thomas, Sir Godfrey Vignoles, Bart 28 Jan. 75 

2 King, William Frederick 28 Jan. 75 

4 Western, Charles Maximilian Thomas ... 28 Jan. 75 

10 Brereton, Walter Ebenezer 28 Jan. 73 

5 Dunlop, James William S Jan. 75 

9 Norton, Gilbert Frederick Allan 28 Jan. 75 

11 Acton, Thomas Hampden Evans S Jan. 75 

7 Giles, George Edward 28 Jan. 75 

4 Haines, Robert Lewis 28 Jan. 7-, 

6 Hickman, Hugh Palbser 19 Aug, 73 

1 Turner, Alfred Hey] and Parratt 19 Aug. 7: 

5 Garston, Edgar John 19 Aug. 75 

11 Churchward, Walter Stanbury 19 Aug. 75 

6 Dunsterville, Knightley Stalker 19 Aug. 75 

9 Walker, Charles Edward 19 Aug. 75 

S Moberly, Walter Frederick George iq Aug. 75 

10 Tracey, Arthur 19 Aug. 75 

9 Piers, Henry Octavius 19 Aug. 75 

4 Williams, Pierson Locke 19 Aug. 75 

5 Russell, Andrew Ernest 19 Aug. 75 

4 Orr, John Elphinstone Hugh 19 Aug. 75 

2 Smith, William Apsley 19 Aug. 75 

4 Bittleston, George Hastings 19 Aug. 7; 

6 Hicks, William John 19 Aug. 75 

3 Howard, Cecil Arthur 19 Aug. 75 

1 Chambers, Arthur 19 Aug. 75 

4 Croft, Harry John 19 Aug. 75 

6 Burrows, Edmund Augustine 19 Aug. 75 

6 Crofton, Caldwell Henry 19 Aug. 75 

1 Waters, Wallscourt Hely-Hutchinson 19 Aug. 7- 

10 Cottrell, Charles Dormer 19 Aug. 75 

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174 



Royal Artlller 



Lambert, Edgar Alan 

4 Varunii, Charles Fdward 

. Kenneth Stewart 

<■• Crofton, Richard Martin 

. Charles Hubert 

g T irlow, George Newton Halifax .... 
2 Leader. Francis Henry Moubray .... 

5 Eoothby. George Murray 

6 Klmslie, Frederick Baumgardt 

? C'.mish. Francis Cecil David 

i Inglefield , Norman Bruce 

aid, .Mian Douglas 

5 Dawkins, Henry Stopford 

! '■'. -i, Henry Capel Lofft 

2 Maxwell. Nigel 

io Henn, Richard Arthur Milton 

3 Foster, Baymond Charles 

i Hudson, Henry Saunders 

3 Keir, John Lindesay 

j < rteis, Francis Algernon 

7 Battersby, Thomas Preston 

3 EDglish, Joseph Orley 

C Trench, Frederic John. Artbnr 

3 Thackeray. Frederick Rennell 

Anderson, Charles Alexander 

4 Carter, Duncan Campbell 

5 Hewson, John James 

to Barrett, Lenuard 

5 Hay, Arthur Ernest 

7 Lloyd, "Wilford Neville 

9 Stone, Francis Gleadowe 

2 Daniell, Arthur Cairnes 

z Hanna, William 

S N ble, Clarence Thomas Irving 

7 Abdv, Anthony John 

8 Fox," Francis John 

5 Barlow, Charles Mervyn 

6 Taylor, William Henry Forbes 

3 Pelly, Charles Hamilton 

2 Heyland. John Rowley Kyffin Lloyd 
5 Campbell. John Alex. Livingstone .. 

7 Craig, John Francis 

8 Adye, John 

3 Cuthbertson, Francis Eugene 

b White. William Lewis 

i O'Neill, William Heremon I 2 Feb. 76 

Hughes, Arbuthnott James 2 Feb. 76 

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4 Aug. 76 
14 Aug. 76 
25 Jan. 77 
25 Jan. 77 
25 Jan. 77 
25 Jan. 77 

5 Jan. 77 
5 Jan. 77 
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Lieutenants. 

5 Carter, Alfred Henry Iig Aug. 75 

9 Coker, John Aubrey Lawrence '19 Aug. 75 

19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
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19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
19 Aug. 75 
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19 Aug. 75 
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2 Feb. 76 
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2 Feb. 76 
2 Feb. 76 
2 Feb. 76 
2 Feb. 76 
2 Feb. 76 
2 Feb. 76 
2 Feb. 76 
2 Feb. 76 
2 Feb. 76 
2 Feb. 76 



11 Blacker, Latham Charles Miller 
8 Murchisou, Kenneth John Walker 

6 Eardley-Wilmot, Arthur 

2 Butcher, Henry Townsend 

1 Bampfleld, John Chancellor 

3 Gunclry, Henry Bowden 

3 Morrieson, Henry Walters 

5 Williams, William Hugh 

5 Simpson, George Gregory 

10 Murrny-Dunlop, Henry Liston 

5 Rundle, Henry Macleod Leslie 

7 Powles, Thomas William 

5 Sandbach. Henry Martin 

3 Kelly, Rich. Makdougall Brisbane Fra. .. 

5 Anson, Son. George Augustus 

3 Montgomery-Campbell, Hugo , 

Pollard. William Charles 

3 Barry, James David 

8 Kent, Frederic Edmond 

5 Alexander, Charles Henry 

5 Porteous, John James 

8 Burmester, Arnold Charles , 

3 Ward, Frederick Houlton 

5 Bruen, Henry 

8 Pelly, Henry Gerald 

1 Min'ter, John Surtees 

8 Triscott, Charles Prideaux 

11 Fo nil, Edward 

6 Shiffner, John 

1 Acland, Francis Edward Dyke 

2 Boileau, Arthur Cadell Tait 

3 Block, Maurice William Palmer 

5 Tylden, Richard 

1 Ramsay, Bon. Charles Maule 

5 Dn Cane, Richard Hale 

11 Young, Keith Ogilvy Baird 

9 Jervois, Charles Edwyn J25 Jan 

jo Savile. Walter Clare 25 Jan. 77I 

5 Vassal!, Robert Lowe Spencer '25 Jan. 77' 

1 Marston, Jefl'ery Charles '25 Jan. 77 1 

6 Manifold, John Forster 25 Jan. 77 

6 Anderson, William Christian 1 25 Jan. 77J 

, Clai Ice, John tie Winton Lardner- J25 Jan. 77 

1 Sinclair, Francis Edwin I25 Jan. 77 

10 Hay, Alexander Duncan 25 Jan. 77 

7 Roberts, Richard Tucker 25 Jan. 77' 



LIEUTENANTS. 

10 M'Crea, Richard Francis 

4 Massy, William George 

3 Talbot, George James Francis 

2 Mercer, Harvey Frederic 

5 Graeme, Frederick James 

8 Allsopp, Frederic Ernest 

1 Reynolds, Cecil Edward 

5 Faber, Walter Vavasour 

11 Meade, John Win. Babington 

6 Jervis-White-Jervis, John Henry 

7 Connolly, William Hallett 

9 Guthrie, James Dunbar 

2 Gordon, Charles William 

4 Briscoe, Edward William 

4 Russell, William Melbourne 

5 Hare, Edward Humphrey 

4 Slater, Henry Martyn 

4 Fegen, Magrath Fogarty 

1 Heyman, Cecil Edward Hamilton 

6 Blewitt, Charles Turner 

6 Paterson, Edward Hamilton 

2 Baly, Henry John 

1 Inglis, Thomas Drummond 

3 Robinson, Charles Taylor 

8 Anderson, Edmund Bullar 

5 Hanham, Phelips Brooke , 

8 Frost, George Alfred 

4 Chapman, Herbert Alexander 

10 Foster, John Rani-ay 

4 Beatson, William John Arnold 

9 Peel, Edmund 

2 Vans-Agnew, John Fraser 

1 Gordon, Arthur William Bolton 

7 De Lisle, Frederick Janvrin 

11 Nelson, Horace Sydney 

3 Grierson, James Moncrieff .. 

6 Honner, William James 

1 Smith, Stanley George Drew 

1 Wingate, George Miller 

9 Townsend, Charles Collingwood 

1 Wilson, Charles Henry Luttrell Fahie .. 

jio Bell, Leonard 

I 8 Toms, Francis Bevill Read 

1 Hornby, Edmund John Phipps- 

II Leslie, John Henry 

3 Earle, William Henry Simeon 

8 Nicolls, Edmund Gustavus 

8 Shute, Arthur Blagden 

7 Shewell, Harry Williamson Macan ..... 

7 Jackson, Montague Bertie Gosset 

9 Molesworth, Hickman Crawford 

ti Carleton, Henry Augustus 

4 Vereker, Son. Jeffrey Edward PrenO 

dergast ^ 

8 Jackson, Francis Benjamin 

8 Waller, John Dawson Hutchinson 

2 Ind, Frederick William """. 

9 Calder, Edmond Henry Somerville 

3 Childers, Francis Culling Eardley ... 

4 Fanshawe, Edward Arthur 

3 CaUwell, Charles Edward '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

2 Bunbury, William St. Pierre 

4 Birch, Frederic Henry John 

2 Lecky, Frederick Bea'uchamp ...[,[ 

6 Blane, Charles Forbes 

9 Rogers, Hugh Henry 

4 Watkins, Charles Bell Y.'.'...'. 

4 Thistlethwayte, Thomas George 

9 Sankey, Arthur 

8 Champion, Henry Hyde .!!!!!!!! 

11 Bushe, Thomas Francis !!!"!"! 

6 Douglas, James Stewart 

10 Cane, Claude Richard John 

9 M'Leod, Reginald George M'Queen ...... 

4 Mahon, Reginald Henry 

5 Simpson, Arthur Hellier 

8 Helyar, Arthur Beaumont ,..!"!""' 

5 Hib'bert, Archibald Louis 

6 Higginson, Conway Richard Dobbs 

8 Marrett, Edward Uvedalo 

8 Lane, Christopher William Moore 



LIEUT. 



25 Jan. 7 7 

25 Jan. 77 

25 Jan. 77 

5 Jan. 77 

25 Jan. 77 

25 Jan. 77 

Jan. 77 

25 Jan. 77 

25 Jan. 77 

Jan. 77 

25 Jan. 77 

. Jan. 77 

25 Jan. 77 

25 Jan. 77 

[9 June 77 

:g June 77 

:9 June 77 

9 June 77 

9 June 77 

9 June 77 

9 June 77 

9 June 77 

19 June 77 

9 June 77 

19 June 77 

9 June 77 

9 June 77 

9 June 77 

9 June 77 

9 June 77 

19 June 77 

9 June 77 

9 June 77 

9 June 77 

9 June 77 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

9 Oct. 77 

31 Jan. 78 

31 Jan. 78 

31 Jan. 7S 

Jan. 78 

31 Jan. 78 

31 Jan. 78 

Jan. 78 

Jan. 78 

Jan. 78 

Jan. 78 

31 Jan. 78 

Jan, 78 

Jan. 78 

Jan. 78 

Jan. 78 

31 Jan. 78 

Jan. 78 

Jan. 78 

Jan. 78 

31 Jan. 78 

31 Jan. 7S 

Jan. 78 



31 Jan. 78 

Matthews, Alfred U j an . ' 8 

Powell, Atherton ffolliott 31 Jan. 78 

6 Guise, Howard ""31 Jan. 78 

3 Granet, Edward John '..'.'.'.'."'31 Jan. 78 

3 Taylor, Philip Beauchamp ..." j 18 Dec. 78 

3 Kemball, George Vero , "I18 Dec. 78 

3 Armitage, Edward Hume ( i8 Dec. 78 

7 Harvey ,_John Edward '18 Dec. 78 

8 Dec. 78 
8 Dec. 78 
8 Dec. 78 
8 Dec. 78 
" Dec. 



3 Taylor, William Rowland 

9 Wedderburn, Alexander Scrymgeoiir 

3 Turner, James Gibbon 

4 Alexander, Gerald D'Arragon .... 

8 Jellett, John Hewitt 



Cooper, Francis Edward 18 Dec. 



Boyal Artillery. 



175-76 



Lieutenants. 

2 Jackson, Herbert Kendall 

11 Thornton, Sidney Vernon 

7 Dallas, John Henry Langford 

10 M'Laughlin, George Hall 

5 Du Cane, Hubert John 

11 Darley, George Roe 

2 Feilding, Rudolph Robert Basil Aloysius 1 

Augustine, Viscount J 

11 Nelson, Edgar Forbes 

10 Block, Arthur Hugh 

2 Oldfield, Henry Elliott 

6 Thomson, Jocelyn Home 

5 Beever, Henry Holt 

9 Findlay, Neil Douglas 

10 Lambart, Son. Arthur 

4 Paget, Wellesley Lynedoch Henry 

3 Johnston, James Thomason 

4 Ricardo, Henry George 

to Nicolls, Jasper Heriot Edmund 

3 Minchin, Frederick Falkiner 

8 Inglis, Henry Alves 

9 Chamberlain, Thomas Ffoster 

1 Smith, Sydenham Campbell -Urquhart 

30 Burrowes, Henry Gray 

1 Hobday, Edmund Arthur Ponsonby 

9 Wright, George 

2 Smith, Gilbert Boys 

9 Ogilvie, Norman Stuart 

3 Hume, Charles Vernon 

4 Goulburn, Cuthbert Edward 

2 Davidson, John Robert Barkly ; 

8 Close, Frederick Macdonald 

9 Oliver, William James 

g Enthoven, Percy Henry 



LIEUT. 



18 Dec. 
18 Dec. 
18 Dec. 
iS Dec. 
18 Dec. 
18 Dec. 
18 Dec. 
18 Dec. 
18 Dec. 
18 Dec. 
18 Dec. 
18 Dec. 
18 Dec. 
18 Dec. 
18 Dec. 

6 Apr. 

6 Apr. 

6 Apr. 

6 Apr. 

6 Apr. 

6 Apr. 

6 Apr. 

6 Apr. 

6 Apr. 

6 Apr. 

6 Apr. 

6 Apr. 

6 Apr. 

6 Apr. 

6 Apr. 

6 Apr. 

6 Apr. 

6 Apr. 



LlEUTBNANTS. I LIEUT. 

Lowe, Francis Manley [ 6 Apr. 79 

Butler, Henry Richard j 6 Apr. 79 

Keygute, Richard Lionel I 6 Apr! -9 

Fairholme, William Ernest ' 6 Apr.' 79 

Murray, Arbhur Harris 6 Apr. 79 

Guinness, Eustace 6 Apr. 79 

De Robeck, Henry Edward William 6 Apr. 79 

Balguy, John Henry 6 Apr. 79 

Lambert, Walter 6 Apr. 79 

Robertson, Theodore 6 Apr. 79 

Gardiner, Henry Laurence 30 July 79 

Chance, Harry 30 July 79 

Roberts, John Dobree Anderson 30 July 79 

Nathan, Frederic Lewis 30 July 79 

Stuart, Alexander Ranisay 30 July 79 

Cummings, Wilfrid Heron 30 July 79 

Barnes, Arthur Stapylton 30 July 79 

Cowper-Smith, Frederick Evan 3c July 79 

Tawney, Edward Plowden Archer 30 July 79 

Turner, Archer Lhoyd Marischal 30 July 79 

Rundle, George Richard FerreU 30 July 79 

Goold-Adams, Henry Edward Fane 30 July 79 

Lane, Samuel Willington 30 July 79 

Simmonds, Percy Richard 30 July 79 

Fendall, Charles Pears 30 July 79 

Lewes, John 30 July 79 

Harkness, Thomas Robert j 30 July 79 

Labalmondiere, Julian Arthur 30 July 79 

Langley, John Penrice 30 July 79 

Forde, Lionel 30 July 79 

Tyrwhitt, Hon. Rupert 1 30 July 79 

Tothill, Francis William Galbraith I30 July 7.9 

Morris, Maurice Morgan 30 July 79 



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Majors. 

i Taylor, Pierce Thomas Henry 

Carqill, Spencer, Commissary of Ordnance, 2nd Class 

8 Latham, Hugh" 5 

8 Kinsman, Harold John 

4 Garnault, Alfred Edward I53 

3 Charles, James 

Mackenzie, Harry Maxwell, Superintendent of the Gun \ 

Carriage Factory at Futtehghur f 

p.l.c. Chapman, Edward Francis, 156 Assist. Q. M. Gen. ") 

Candahar Force (Bt.Lt. Colonel, 22 Nov. 79) 5 

Bridges, Thomas Walker 154 

8 Graham, Thomas 160 

Cowie, Crombie, Commissary of Ordnance, 2nd Class.,... 

9 Arbuckle, Benjamin Vaughan 157 

Lamb, George, Commissary of Ordnance, ist Class 

2 Dewar, James Raymond Johnstone 

2 Taylor, Lewis Williams 



2nd LIETJT. 



Captains. 

Free, John Frederick 

Colquhoun, James Andrew Sutherland 

Meiklejohn, John Forbes; 

James, Lionel Henry Septimus 

Machell, Edward John 

Fisher, Vincent Came, Comm. of Ordnance, 3rd Class 

Mackenzie, Harry Leith, Adj. 1 Adm. Brigade Orkney \ 
Artillery Volunteers j 

Bazett, Richard 

Saward, Michael Henry , Deputy Assist. Adj. General\ 
B.A. in India j 

Pemberton, Sholto Edmons 158 

Smith, Robert William 

1 Swinton, Arthur 

1 Marshall, Robert George Swayne 

Huyshe, Dunbar Fraser, Adjutant 1 Adm. Brigade"! 
Sussex Artillery Volunteers j 

Rawlins, Arthur John Chambre 

Higginson, Henry Shakespear 16 ° 

de Lautour, Edward Joseph, 1 ™ Adjutant Haddington\ 
Artillery Militia ) 

Wintle, Alfred Tritton 

Anderson, Alexander Dingwall 

1 Freeman, Francis Peere William, Adjtitant 1 July 77 

Douglas, Hugh Alexander, Brigade Major, Malta 

Swinley, George ... , .'. 

: Wymer, George Bannatyne 



1 June 58 

1 June 58 

2 June 58 
2 June 58 
2 June 58 j 
2 June 58 

12 June 58 

2 June 58 
12 June 58 

2 June 58 
12 June 58 
12 June 58 
12 June 58 
12 June 58 
12 June 58 



> June 58 



27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
7 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 



■7 Aug. 58 
10 Dec. 58 
10 Dec. 58 

1 Dec. 58 

1 Dec 



7 Mar. 69 
5 Aug. 69 

30 Sept. 69 
16 Oct. 69 

8 Dec. 69 
18 Feb. 70 

29 Jan. 71 
21 Jan. 72 

30 Apr. 69 
Aug. 72 
Aug. 72 
Aug. 72 
Aug. 72 
Aug. 72 
Aug. 72 



1 Aug. 72 

1 Aug. 72 

1 Aug. 72 

Aug. 72 

Aug. 72 



Dec. 58 25 Sept. 7 



o June 59 
10 June 59 
9 Dec. 59 
9 Dec. 59 
9 Dec. 59 
9 Dec. 59 

9 Dec. 59 
9 Dec. 59 
9 Dec. 59 
8 June 60 
8 June 60 
8 June 60 
8 June 60 
8 June 60 
:i Aug. 60 
6 Nov. 60 

10 June 59 



25 Sept.72 
2 Nov. 7 2 
1 Dec. 72 
1 Dec. 72 

I Dec. 
4 Feb. 74 
4 Feb. 74 
4 Feb. 74 
4 Feb. 
4 Feb. 74 
[ 1 Mar. 74 

I I Mar. 74 1 
9 May 74 
iS Sept. 74 : 

6 Jan. 75 

[6 Jan. 75 22 Nov. 79 
ii Dec. 72 



31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
16 Jan. 79 
6 Jan. 79 
6 Apr. 7q 
6 Apr. 79 
11 May 7a 



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Majors. 
de Montmorency, Hon. Albert Bouchard 53 . 

Bisset, William 

Lockhnrt, William Eliott 

Macdonell, George Beafi 

Reid, Charles Edward 

Roberts, Thomas William 

Straker, Charles Doyne Anderson 

Warren, William Andros 54 

Brough, William Richard Charles 

Shortland, Daniel Vincent 

Brereton, Charles William 

Seacome, Arthur Keeling 

Pollock, John Graham 

Kebbert, William Stanley 



Captains. 

Alexander, Robert 

TFheatley, Charles B. Eliott, Adjutant Dublin City 

Artillery Militia „ 

Maclaverty, Arch. leer, Commissary of 0rdnance,2iid Class 

: West, Matthew Richard 

. Gambler, George Roland 

Lawrell, Douglas Western 

Larie, Augustus John, Adjutant Pembroke Artillery') 

Militia ■ , * $ 

Twynam, Frederick Robertson 



2ndnBUT. 



2 June s 8 
2 June 58 
12 June 58 
12 June 58 
12 June 58 
12 June 58 
12 June 58 



ISt LIEUT.' 

27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
10 Dec. 58 

10 Dec. 58 

11 Dec. 58 
11 Dec. 58 
11 Dec. 58 
11 Dec. 58 
10 June 59 
10 June 5Q 



9 Dec. 59 
9 Dec. 59 

S Jane 60 
8 June 60 
8 June 60 
8 June 60 
8 June 60 
S June 60 



13 July 68 

13 Nov. 68 
i Sept.. 69 

12 Sept. 69 

14 Sept. 69 

15 Sept. 69 
1 Jan. 70 

26 Jan. 70 
4 July 70 
20 June 71 
23 Dec. 71 
14 Feb. 72 
19 Mar. 72 
6 July 72 



1 Aug. 72 
1 Aug. 72 
1 Aug. 72 

1 Aug. 72 

2 Nov. 72 
2 Nov. 72 
1 Dec. 72 
■2 Apr. 73 



BT.MAJOK. MAJOB. 



4 Feb. 76 

28 Apr. 76 

29 Jan. 77 
29 Jan. 77 
10 Apr. 77 

7 May 77 
24 May 77 
24 May 77 
1 Oct. 77 
1 Oct. 77 
1 Oct. 77 
23 Apr. 78 

1 July 79 

2 Aug. 79 



Continuation of Boyal Artillery (late Bomlay Artillery') from next page. 



Majoes. 

p.s.c. Clarice, Francis Coningsby Hannam,Dep. Assists 
Qr. Mr. Gen., Intelligence Branch; on special service V 

in Asia Minor, with local rank of Lt .Colonel ) 

9 Glass, Charles Faulkner 

Captains. 
Caldecotf, Francis James, 3rd Class Commit, of Ordnance 

Lodge, Frank, Adjutant Yorkshire Artillery Militia 

Seton, Henry Cariston" 

Montefiore, Emanuel, Adj. Northumberland Art. Militia 



2nd LIEUT. ISt LIEUT. 



I 9 Dec. 59 

I 9 Dec. 59 

I 8 June 60 

8 June 60 

I 8 June 60 

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6 June 71 
[3 May 7 

[5 May 7 
1 Aug. y. 
1 Aug. 72 
1 Aug. 72 



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Deputy Adjuiant Geneeal. 
Radcliffe, Major General R. P., 1 May 75. 

Assistant Adjutant Geneeal. 
Hughes, Bt. Colonel T. E., 16 Oct. 7S. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Geneeal. 
Geary, Bt.Lt. Colonel H. Le G., 1 April 79. 

Inspector Geneeal. 
Phillpotts, Lieut.General Arthur Thomas, 1 Apr. ; 
Aide de Camp .-—Captain F. B, Knox. 



Paysiasteks. 
Thompson, John Baylis, 24 June 59; Hon. Major 24 

June 74. 
Piers, Claudius Buchanan, 26 April 60; Hon. Major, 

26 April 75. 
Mansergh, John Craven, 25 Feb. 62 ; Hon. Major, 

25 Feb. 77. 
Williams, Samuel 342 (Qr.Mr. 18 Apr. 45), 23 May 53 ; 

Hon. Major, 23 May 63. 

Riding Masters, 
e.e. Dann, George, 27 Aug. 59. 
Virr, Joseph, 1 June 61. 

2 Butler, Reuben, 353 1 July 63. 
Wilkinson, George Louis, 8 Jan. 64. 

4 Johnston, William, 15 Jan. 64. 
a Drummond, John, 12 Sept. 65. 

e.e. Pawson, John, 352 29 May 67. 

3 Nugent, Edmund, 22 Jan. 68. 
Abbott, Isaac, 354 S March 71. 

B Lovell, Joseph, 28 June 73. 
Stannard, Ephraim, 25 Nov. 74. 

6 Donnelly, Robert, 1 April 75. 
c Williams, George, 1 April 75. 

5 Draper, Frederick, t April 75. 
Cole, William, 8 Sept. 75. 
Henson, Christopher, 15 Nov. 79. 

1 Goode, Richard James, 15 Nov. 79. 

Quarter Masters. 
Robinson, Matthew, 1 May 62. 
Ashbee, Bernard, 13 Sept. 62. 

CUff,Wm. 355 2 3 Sept.62;I?*isi 5 -H,2oSept.57;i<.sFeb.6i. 
Briggs, Thomas, 23 Sept. 62. 

Wishart, William, 14 Aug. 67, Lancashire Art. Militia. 
Arbuthnot, Alexander, 30 Sept. 68, Antrim Art.Militia. 
a Sculley, John, 12 Dec. 68. 
M'Leod, Neil, 7 Aug. 69. 
Gunn, William, 28 May 70. 
Green, Richard, 14 Sept. 70. 

2 Chittick, William Henry, 5 Nov. 70. 
Brown, Simon, 1 July 71. 

Simoni, Edmund m 24 Feb. 72, Haddington Art. Mil. 

7 Ward, Thomas, 26 June 72. 

Murdoch, Robert Hamilton, 19 Feb. 73 ; Hon. Captain, 

1 March 79. 
Forsdyke, Jonathan, 10 May 73, Kent Artillery Militia. 
s.g.Cox, Samuel, 21 June 73. 
Langrish, Thomas, 17 Dec. 73. 
1 Emby, William James, 1 July 74. 
B Diggory, Charles, 25 Nov. 74. 
Gillard, James, 13 Jan. 75. 

8 Kelly, John, 10 March 75. 

11 M'Kenna, John, 10 March 75. 
c Squires, George, 1 April 75. 

6 Richey, William, 1 April 75. 



Royal Artillery. 



Wilson, George, 1 April 75. 
10 Seath, Alexander, 8 Septus. 
5 Walker, Alexander, 8 Sept. 75. 
4 Walker, George, 19 July 76. 
9 Rowan, Melville John, 14 Feb. 77. 

Powell, John Joseph Charles, 1 Apr. 78, War Office. 

Hambly, Edgar, 2 May 78. 

Land, Isaac, 25 May 78, Tipperary Artillery Milith 



Veterinary Surgeons. 
Skoulding, John Bunn Wm., 3 * 8 9 Nov. 55; "< Class, 

21 Aug. 67. 
Kelly, Edward, 26 Feb. 56 ; 1st Class, 21 Aug. 67. 
Ferris, John, 17 Feb. 58; 1st Class, 18 Aug. 69. 
Meyrick, James Joseph, 31 Jan. 60 ; 1st Class, \g Sept.70. 
Oliphant.George Albert, 22 June6o; istClass,2 Aug.71. 
Anderson, John, 349 31 Jan. 60 ; 1st Class, 25 June 73. 
Burt, Walter, 11 Sept. 60; is* Class, 4 Oct. 73. 
Oliver, Geo. A. Amos, 16 Feb. 64 j 1st Class, 5 Jan. 76. 
Ewing, Edward, 8 Sept. 65 ; is* Class, 7 Mar. 76. 
Adams, Walter Seymour, 11 Jan. 67; 1st Class, 21 

Apr. 77. 
Duck, Francis, 31 July 67; 1st Class, 1 Aug. 77. 
Reillv, James, 7 Aug. 67 ; 1st Class, 2 Feb. 78. 
Berne, Jas. Coleman, 35 " 7 Aug. 67; 1st Class,* Feb. 78. 
Plomley, Francis, 1 Sept. 67; 1st Class, 2 Feb. 78. 
Boyd, William, 31 July 67 ; is< Class, 31 July 79. 
Healy, Michael Francisco June 63; 1st Class, 1 Nov. 79. 
Boulter, Frederick Charles, 11 Jan. 67. 
Case, Middleton Fred. Mallett, 22 Jan. 68. 
Going, Frederick William, 3 June 68. 
Hammond, John, 3 June 68. 
Knott, Stephen, 16 Sept. 68. 
Durrant, George, 2 Dec. 68. 
Dwyer, John Cornelius, 23 Dee. ^8. • 
Sartin, William Dawson, 14 July 69. 
Sartin, Samuel Robert, n July 69. 
Rowe, Richard, 14 July 69. 
Gibbs, Joseph, 10 Nov. 69. 
Kemp, W. H., 9 Feb. 70. 
Queripel, Alfred Ernest, 27 Aug. 70. 
Phillips, Charles, 27 Aug. 70. 
Glover, Benjamin Lucas, 27 Aug. 70. 
Frost, Robert Francis, 14 Jan. 71. 
Evans, John William, 15 Feb. 71. 
Symonds, Thomas Jonathan. 22 Mar. 71. 
Philips, James Joseph, 24 July 72. 
Burton, John, 14 June 73. 
Mitchell, Matthew Clayton, 14 June 73. 
Crawford, Frank Fairbairn, 14 June 73. 
Spooner, Walter Boulton, 14 Feb. 74. 
Gillespie, Samuel, 10 June 74. 
Gladstone, William, 10 June 74. 
Webb, Adam Cuppage, 14 Apr. 75. 
Bostock, Arthur, 14 April 75. 
Anderson, Murray, 23 June 75. 
Mills, James, 23 June 75. 
Clayton, Charles, 2 Aug. 71. 
Edwards, John Denis, 26 Aug. 76. 
Smith, Frederick, 9 Dec. 76. 
Powell, Benjamin Augustus White, 15 March 73. 
Nunn, Joshua Arthur, 21 April 77. 
Thomson, Henry, 13 July 78. 



Riding Establishment. 
Superintendent.— Ward-Ashton, E. J. ; Major, 5 July 73. 
Captain.-^ Annesley, O. F. T., 28 July 76. 
Lieutenants. — Wheble, J. St. L., 29 April 73. 
Cochrane, B. O., 29 April 73. 






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Captains. 

Mackenzie, John 1 

Blades, Joel 3 

Spall, William^ 

Garnham, John William 

Sprent, William Swanson* 

Coleman, William 5 

Bainbird, Alfred, Department of the Director ) 

of Artillery and Stores $ 

Groves, George 

Dillon, Edward 

Cooper, John , 

Ritchie, James, Staff Officer 

Davey, Thomas 6 

Lieutenants. 

Tracy, Michael 

Sutherland, Robert Samuel 7 

Kirkbride, Thomas W 

Richey, Thomas Mills 8 (Quarter Master ~) 

1 Apr. 76) S 

Porterfield, Bolden Dundas 

Duvall, William 

Dixon, William 

M'Caffery, Joseph 

Maples, Henry 

Porter, Joseph 

Pownall, Frederick Gunning 

Lindsay, Alexander John 

Ewart, John 

Tardif, Frederick Peter 

Blackman, William 

Marsh, George Samuel, Adjutant 1 Lanark- \ 

shire Artillery Volunteers' j 

Fountain, Edward 



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12 Apr. 64I 1 Oct. 77 

18 Oct. 64 1 Oct. 77 

21 Nov. 651 1 Oct. 77 
6 Feb. 661 1 Oct. 77 
1 Sept. 70 23 Feb. 78 

22 Oct. 70 23 Feb. 78 
9 Nov. 70 2 Mar. 78 

24 Dec. 70 17 Apr. 7S 
1 Apr. 72 7 June 78 

10 Mar. 75 7 June 78 

10 Mar. 75 
10 Mar. 75 
.0 May 76 

25 Aug. 77 

25 Aug. 77 
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26 June 78 

19 Apr. 79 



1 Lt.Colonel Mackenzie served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma aDd Inker- 
man, sortie of 26th October, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

2 Captain Blades served in the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal 
with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) . 

3 Captain Spall served in the Crimean campaign in 1S55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Indian campaign in 1S58-59, and present at the attack and defeat of the rebel force 
posted on the first range of the Nepaul Hills in March 1859 (Medal). 

* Captain Sprent served in the Crimean campaign in 1854-55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served with the expeditionary force in China in 1857-59 (Medal). 

5 Captain Coleman served in the Crimean campaign in 1854-55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal 
with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

6 Captain Davey served in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1S5S, and was present at the siege and capture of Luck- 
now, actions of Sirsee, Nawabgunge, Mutchleegaun, Kunda Kote, and Jurwah Pass (Medal with Clasp). 

1 Lieut. Sutherland served throughout the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, and was present at the affair* of Bul- 
ganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Alma and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Served the campaign of i860 in China, including the storming 
of Tangku and the Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). Also in the operations against the Taeping rebels, including 
the taking of Kahding. 

8 Lieut. Richey served in the second phase of the Ashanti war in 1874 (Medal). 



187-S8 War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 

I Sir Richard Dacres served in theEastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's 
Farm, and battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (horse killed) ; commanded the Royal Artillery at the repulse 
of the Russians in the sortie from Sebastopol on the 26th October ; succeeded to the command of the Royal Artillery 
at the siege of Sebastopol, after Brigadier General Strangways was killed at Inkerman on the 5th Nov. 1854 (Medal 
with four Clasps, KCB., Commander of the Legion of Honor, Commander 1st Class Military Order of Savoy, 2nd 
Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

Sir William Fenwick Williams commanded the Turkish Army at the defence of Kars, and for his distinguished 
services was promoted Major General, nominated a KCB., and created a Baronet; has also received the 1st Class of 
the Turkish Order of the Medjidie, and is a Grand Officer of the French Legion of Honor. 

7 Sir Edward Sabine served the campaign on the Niagara Frontier in 1814, and commanded the Batteries at the 
siege of Fort Erie in August and September. 

10 General England served the expedition to the Weser in 1805-6; to the Cape of Good Hope and South 
America in 1806-7 ; campaign of 1813 in the Peninsula, including the battle of Vittoria and siege of San Sebastian, 
for which he has received the Silver War Medal with two Clasps. 

II Sir John Bloomfield served in the Peninsula and France, from March 1S13 to June 1814, including the battle of 
Vittoria, siege of San Sebastian, crossing the Bidassoa, and battles of the Nivelle, Nive, Orthes, and Toulouse (Silver 
War Medal with six Clasps). Served also the campaign of 1S15, including the battle of Waterloo. 

15 Sir John St. George served in the Crimean campaign from March 1S55, and commanded the siege train at the 
fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Mediidie, and Turkish 
Medal) . 

16 Sir Edward Warde served in the Crimean campaign of 1855, in command of the siege train before Sebastopol, 
and was present at the bombardments of 9th April and 6th and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, CB., Officer of the 
Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

17 Sir Collingwood Dickson served on the staff of Lord Raglan during the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, & nd was 
present at the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, 
expedition to Kertch, and siege of Sebastopol (wounded 4th Feb. 1855) ; commanded the right siege train, and was 
present at the bombardments of 17th October, 9th April, and 17th June (Medal with four Clasps, CB., Aide de Camp 
to the Queen and Colonel, Victoria Cross, Officer of the Legion of Honor, 2nd Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Hedal). He is also a Knight of Charles the Third, 1st Class St. Fernando, and Knight of Isabella the Catholic. 

18 Sir David Edward Wood commanded the Royal Artillery on the Eastern frontier of the Cape of Good Hope 
during the insurrection of the Boers and Kaffirs in 1842-43 (Medal). Served in the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, 
and commanded the Royal Artillery of the 4th Division at the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman, repulse of the 
sortie on the 26th Oct. 1854, and during the siege of Sebastopol, until the final capture of the town ; was afterwards 
removed to the command of the Royal Horse Artillery, which he commanded until the close of the war in June 1856 
(Medal with three Clasps, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Com- 
manded the Royal Horse Artillery in India from Oct. 1857 to Feb. 1859; commanded the Royal Horse Artillery in 
the affair of Pandora, where they acted as Cavalry and charged and defeated a large force of rebel Sepoys ; com- 
manded as Brigadier the Field Artillery in the operations previous to and during the 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 operations against the rebels in that part of the country — four times mentioned in 
despatches (Medal with Clasp, KCB.). 

19 Sir James William 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 Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th 
October 1854 ; was complimented on parade by Sir De" Lacy Evans for his manner in bringing the Artiller}' at the 
Alma under "the hottest fire," and was again thanked by Sir De Lacy, and twice mentioned in his despatch on the 
repulse of the sortie on 26th October 1854 fMedal with three Clasps, CB., Officer of the Legion of Honor, 4th Class of 
the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

20 General Askwith while attached to the British Embassy in Spain in 1838-39, was attached to the Spanish Army 
during the Carlist War. The decorations of 1st Class St. Fernando, Commander Isabella the Catholic, and Knight 
of Charles the Third have been conferred on him. 

si Lieut. General Francklyn served in the Crimean campaign from May to August 1S55, and commanded the siege 
train of the left attack before Sebastopol, and was present at the bombardments of the 6th and 17th June (Medal 
with Clasp, CB., 5 th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

23 Lieut.General Rowan served throughout the Syrian campaign in 1840-41, and was present at the bombardment 
and capture of Beyrout (Naval Medal with Clasp, Syrian Turkish Medal, and Brevet of Major). Also in the Crimean 
campaign from September 1854 to January 1S55, including the battle of Inkerman and siege of Sebastopol, in the 
Trenches with the siege train and bombardment of 17th October (Medal with two Clasps, CB., 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

** Lieut.General Phillpotts served in the Crimean campaign from June to September 1S55, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Has also received the 
Syrian Medal of 1841. 

2i Major General Price commanded the Artillery of the Rajpootana Field Force under General Roberts at the cap- 
ture of Kotah on 30th March 1858, and at the action of Saugor, and defeat of the rebels on the right bank of the 
Bunnas (mentioned in despatches, CB., and Medal). 

28 Sir John Miller Adye served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Assist.Adjt.General of Royal Artillery, and 
was present at the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, capture 
of Balaklava Castle, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, CB., Commander of the Legion of B onor, 
4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in 1857-58 as Assist. Adjt.General of Royal Artillery, 
and was present at the action of PandooNuddee 26th Nov., operations before Cawnpore under General Windham, 
27th 28th and 29th Nov., battle of Cawnpore and defeat of the Gwalior Contingent 6th Dec. 1S57 (three times men- 
tioned in despatches, Medal). Employed on special service with the expedition of 1863 against the tribes on the 
North-West Frontier of India, and was present at the storm of Laloo, capture of Umbeylah, and destruction of 
Mulkah (Medal with Clasp). 

29 Major General H. L. Gardiner served in the operations at Prescott in Upper Canada in 1S38. Also in the 
pursuit of Tantia Topee in Central India in 185S. 

30 Major General Younghusband served in the Crimean campaign from October to November 1854, including the 
battle of Inkerman and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

31 Sir Charles D'Aguilar served the Crimean campaign from September 1854 to March 1S55, including the battle 
of Inkerman (horse shot) and siege of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardment of 
17th October (Medal with two Clasps, CB.. 5 th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served the Indian cam- 
paign of 1S57-58, and commanded the Artillery of General Franks' Force at the action of Secundra, also commanded 
the Royal Horse Artillery at the siege and capture of Lucknow (three tbx mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

32 Major General Thompson served in the Crimean campaign from Mav iSs^, including the siege and fall ot 
Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

33 Major General John Turner was present at the capture of Port Natal on the 26th June 1S42. Served also the Eastern 
campaign of ri; 4 and up to April 1855, including the affair at M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma and Inkerman, 
Hiege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th October 1S54 (Medal with three Clasps, CB., Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Received the Brevet of Lt.Colonel for distin- 
guished 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 1S58-59. 

34 Major General Fisher served in the Crimea from September to November 1S55, including the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

37 Major General Gibbon served in the Crimea from 18th 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 with Clasp, and 
Turkish Medal). Served in India in 1857-58, was with Outram's Force at the siege and capture of Lucknow, where 
ho commanded the Artillery of Br.General Walpole's Division, and was specially recommended for promotion as 



War Services of (he Officers of the Bo,jal Artillery. i»9 

K " Colonel H.wkii,. .erved in the Crime.. f"?S6ttSdSSjii« ijtt Augit.Bid 8th September (mentioned 
SSSSrlSSfKSrS! , ffi't4 P, SC.'S2Xl» ttid'T^M* Med* ,„d S .h Cl». of the 

"Sit,™- — « SifSSSS ^SSt'S.iSS; 
'^iSiSS^ 

before Setantopol (merely w™g»ft £££^^™3XMe<W., 5U1 CI... of tb( iMe.lj.d.e, uid 'f.'.L ,,„., 
»„d repnleeofthe eortra on ^f ^ Oe»te .8j«»mu»io J„ d T.irki.l. Medal., »nd stl. Line, or the 

siege of Sebastopol (Brevet o M^M^l w^ two C^. g^ h „ 29th Nov. 1858, defeat of a rebel force at 

^Sir^^ 

Bataklin, „nd I»ke™», ..=««£. JhS o "Sil idle, .ewe,, in h,.li.. ... .857-58, »d ™ pre.e.t at the 

Sardinian .md Turkish Mnliik ;th » ass ' M '. £g ^ ^ ev0 , in 'the summer of 1854, and has received the Gola 

^^S^^SS&^S^S^SwSS t a o ^ f ^ s TtrSS?SSL of Balaclava andlnfcerma* 

^tvonllTuppir ferved it .the .Eastern campa gn o 1854^ ^— »? he ^ October ,854 (Medal with three 

t oL%TdK^^ Feb ruary l8sSl including the battles of 

tffl Hoste served in the Eas em campaign of ^4,^-P^ SO rtie on the 2 6th October l854 (Brevet 

rs el ,,l i; ( . ,llv went to the Crimea as Aide <li » amp y. ' ' - . ..,„„,, Train in February 1855, and subse- 

ffi ™ P~'T>bSlSS"— «f\l," when'.. ,„ t«ke» n™on.r h, th, g™ Arm, 
Sd '.'."w B SSfco"SSd« of MLeglou of Honor) „„ „„ of Setastopol , 

°ySn,ri, T sSe?rS.. 

th P Field Artillery at the action of Pandt.o Nn.ll. , ami ■ ■ J l. ad Clyde; present at the battle of 

November; was present at the ope ^^Z^eZZZl i despatches, Brevet of Major Medal and CJJ. Was 
(Wrmovr- on the Mh December tS 57 (four time utione tin <- t F ian outbreak in Ireland 

SriSSedbT Lord Strathnairn to command one of the ^^S^Sgniling the battles of Alma, Balak ava, and 
It rolonel I'.m v s.-rvud in the Eastern campaign °^ 8 ^ 5'. '^luo ? Sardinian and Turkish 

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Medal with two Clasps). 



19° War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 

88 Colonel Spunvay served in the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege and 
fall of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

89 Colonel Michell served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to May 1855, including the battles of Alma 
and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, 
and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the storm and capture of 
Meangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, and commanded the Royal Horse Artillery at the affair of Tigree, 
relief of Azimghur, action near Azimutghur, operations in the Jungle, and capture of Jugdespore, attack and 
capture of Tiroul (four times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

90 Colonel Bedingfeld served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at the capture of the Taku 
Forts and surrender of Pekin (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps). 

91 Colonel Govan served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, and capture of 
Taku Forts (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Also served in the operations against the Taepings in the 
vicinity of Shanghai in April and May 1862. 

92 Colonel Ingilby served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to March 1855, including the affairs of Bul- 
ganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (severely wounded), the siege of 
Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th October 1854 (Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian 
and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

93 Colonel Yates served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the affair at M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Alma 
and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th October 1S54 (Medal with three Clasps, 
Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian campaign of 
1857-58, present at the action of Secundra, siege and capture of Lucknow, commanded Royal Horse Artillery at 
the affairs of Baragunge on 23rd and 29th of July, also commanded the Artillery in the actions at Sultanpore on 
13th and 2Sth Aug. 1858 (three times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

94 Colonel W. J. Williams served in the Crimean campaign from May 1855, including the siege and fall of 
♦Sebastopol (wounded), in Trenches with siege train, and at bombardments of 6th and 17th June (Brevet of Major, 
Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

96 Colonel Pennycuick served in the Crimean campaign from November 1854, including the battle of Inkerman, 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th 
Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, 
battle of Oawnpore on the 6th Dec, actions of Seria Ghat, Chanda , and Sultanpore, siege and capture of Lucknow, 
and action of Barree (Medal with two Clasps). Served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present 
at Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 
and CB. 

9 ? Colonel Oldershavv served in the Crimean campaign from January 1855, including the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardment of April ; was employed on special service in 
1S55-5 6 (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

95 Colonel G. C. Henry served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege and 
fall of Sevastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the 
Medjidie). Served the Indian campaign in 1858-59, and commanded 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 the 25th and 28th 
March 1859 (mentioned in despatch, Medal). 

99 Colonel N. O. S. Turner served in the Crimean campaign from March to September 1855, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 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 Jugdespore; as Brigade Major to the Oude Field Force 
under Lord Clyde in 1858-59, and present at the capture of the Fort of Amathei, and action of Dundeikera (three 
times mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

i°° Colonel P. J. Campbell served in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). Also in the Crimean campaign from 
June to December 1855, "including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

101 Colonel Twiss served in the Crimean campaign from May to July 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol 
{Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served at Canton with the force under Rear Admiral Seymour in 1856-57. 
Also with the Expedition of i860, and present at the surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

102 Colonel R. Curtis served in the Crimean campaign from July 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol in the Trenches with the siege train (Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and Brevet of Major). 

101 Colonel Hope served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, and was present at the battle of Inkerman, siege 
and fall of Sebastopol (wounded) , in the Trenches with the siege train throughout the siege, including the bom- 
• lai'dments of 17th October, 9th April, 6th and 17th June, 17th August, and 8th September (Medal with two 
Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

105 Colonel Brendon served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to March 1855, 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 (Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

i°6 Colonel de Havilland served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 (save the interval between 1st March and 
6th Sept. 1855), including the battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, 
Brevet of Major, and Turkish Medal). _ ;,■■ ■ . . .. ■' . ... „■'"'., 

w Colonel Lukin served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and 
Inkerman sie^e and fall of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardments of 9th April, 
6th and 17th June, 17th August, and 8th September (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with four 
clasps Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Was selected to be sent 
home i'n charge of Trophies from Sebastopol, and had the honor of presenting them to Her Majesty the Queen and. 
His Royal Highness Prince Albert in the Royal Arsenal at Woolwich. 

lis Colonel Davis served in the Crimean campaign from 6th July 1S55, including the siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol, and battle of the Tchernaya (Medal with Clasp, Victoria Cross, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal, 

an i'i» Colonel W. J. Bolton served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, in the Trenches with the siege train 
throughout the siege of Sebastopol, including the bombardments of 17th October, 9th April, 6th and 17th June, 17th 
An f ust and Sth September ; was also present at the battle of Inkerman (mentioned 111 despatches, Brevet of Major, 
Metal wi' li t wo ( 'rasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). In 1870 
while serving as Brigade Major of Royal Artillery in Canada he volunteered for the Red River Expedition, to 
which he w:Ps appointed Chid' Staff Officer, and on the return of the force was honorably mentioned in despatches 
and made a CMO. for his services therewith. 

113 Colonel Simpson served the Crimean campaign of 1854 and up to June 1855, including the battle of Inker- 
man siege of Setoastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of 17th Oct. and 9th April (Brevet 
I ,i' Major" Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

us Colonel Byrne served in the Crimean campaign from May 1S55, including the siege of Sebastopol, and expe- 
dition to Kertr'li (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

us Colonel French served with the expedition to China 111 1S60, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, capture of 
Taku Forts and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). Also during the operations against the Taepings in 
the vicinity Of Shanghai in May and October 1862, including the capture of the walled cities of Tsmpoo and Tsolin, 
the fortified city of Najow, the affair at Nanksiang, and recapture of the walled city of Kahdmg. 

1M Colonel Owen served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle ot Inkerman, siege and fall of 
Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of 17th October, yth April, and 6th, 17th June, 
•u id' 8th September (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of 
Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal. . 

1 22 Colonel Dcnne served in the Crimean campaign from August 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). _■ . . 

i" Colonel P. W. L'Estrange served in the Crimean campaign from Dec. 1854, in the Trenches with the siege 
train before Sebastopol, and at the bombardments of 9th April and 6th and 17th June— severely wounded, and batU 



War Services of the Officers of the Royal Art tilery. 191 

of the Tckcrnaya (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, 
and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

126 Colonel Andrewes served in the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege and 
fall of Sebastopol — slightly wounded in the Trenches on 2nd Nov. 1854 (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

127 Lt.Colonel Murray was nominated to the 4th Class of the Medjidie for services with the lateOsmanli Horse 
Artillery. Commanded a Column of British and Native Indian Troops in support of Lt.Colonel Gordon, Royal 
Engineers, commanding the Chinese Imperial Force in 1863-64, at the capture of the walled cities of Taitsan, 
Kwinsan, and subsequent operations up to and including the fall of Soochow (mentioned in despatches, and 1st 
Class Golden Order ot the Dragon 1. Commanded a Battery of Armstrong 12-pounders throughout the Abyssinian 
campaign from the 13th Dec. 1S67 and was present at the capture of Magdala (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Major, and Medal). 

123 Colonel Mackenzie served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege and 
fall of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of 17th October, orb April, and 6th and 17th 
June, 17th August, and 8th September; commanded rocket train at the bombardment, of Kinbourn (Brevet 
of Major, Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

129 Colonel Rowley served in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). Also in the China expedition of i860, and was 
present at the capture of the Taku Forts, actions of the iSth and 21st September near Tangchow and surrender of 
Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

130 Colonel Heberden served in the Crimean campaign from July to November 1855, including the siege and fall 
of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

131 Colonel Goodenough served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Pandoo Nuddee, 
siege and capture of Lucknow, attack and capture of Fort Birwah— severely wounded (three times mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

133 Lt.Colonel A. H. W. Williams served in the Crimean campaign from June 1S55, including the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in 1858, and was engaged in the repulse of the 
mutinous sepoys at Mooltan on 31st March (mentioned in despatches); also served in Central India, and was 
present at the capture of Fort Nahurgah; subsequently commanded a flying column in pursuit of Tantia Topee; 
and afterwards served as Brigade Major to the Roval Artillery of the Malwa Division (Medal). 

131 Lt.Colonels Cockburn and Card'ew, Majors Tapper and Farrell served in the Crimean campaign from Sep- 
tember 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

135 Colonel Strover served in the Crimean campaign from June 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in the field in New Zealand war during 1S60-61 and commanded 
the Royal Artillery during the greater part of the war in the Taranaki (Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

136 Lt. Colonel J. H. Peile served in the New Zealand war in 1864-66 in command of a Field Battery (Medal). 

137 Lt.Colonel F. T. Whinyates served throughout, the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including the battles of Bala- 
klava, Inkerman, and Tchernnj-a, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, 
and Turkish Medal). 

13S Lt.Colonel Waller served in India in 1S57-5S, and was present in the actions of Secundra, Chanda, and Sultan- 
pore, siege and capture of Lucknow, relief of Azimghur, and capture of Jugdespore (three times mentioned in de- 
spatches, Medal with Clasp). 

139 Colonel A. C. Johnson served in the Crimean campaign from May 1S55, including the siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in 1858, and was present at the siege and capture 
of Lucknow, and actions of Sirsee and Nawabgunge (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

142 Lt.Colonel King served the Eastern campaign 011854-55, including the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's 
Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, repulse of the sortie on the 26th . 
Oct. 1854, and was Aide de Camp to General Markhani at the final assault of the Redan on the Sth September (men- 
tioned in despatches, Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion ot'Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). 

143 Lt.Colonel R. R. Jones served in the Crimean campaign from Dec. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

114 Lt.Colonel J. H. Brown and Major Harris served in the Crimean campaign from Dec. 1S54, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardments of 9th April, 6th and 17th 
June (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

145 Lt.Colonel Strangways served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including the affairs of Bulganac 
and M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sevas- 
topol (Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

146 Majors Brancker and Ilobart served with the expedition to China in iS6o, and were present at Sinho, 
Tangku, and capture of Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). 

147 Lt.Colonels Booth, Brackenbury, and Core served in the Crimean campaign from June 1S55, including the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, ami Turkish Medal). 

14 * Lt.Colonel Markham served the Eastern campaign of 1S54, and up to January i855,inclu< ling the affair of M'Ken- 
zie's Farm, battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th Oct. 1854 (Medal 
with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in 1858, and was present at 
the action of Secundra on 23rd Jan. (Medal). 

150 Colonel Teesdale served as Aide de Camp to Major General Sir W. F. Williams during the whole of the 
blockade of Kars, and at the battle on the Heights above that town on the 29th Sept. 1855. Successfully held the 
Redoubt called " Yuksek Tabia " for the space of seven and a half hours nnder a very heavy fire on the 29th Sept. 
185=;, and was mentioned in the despatch. Received a severe contusion from a grape-shot in the leg. The rank of 
Lt.Colonel and the 3rd Class of the Turkish Imperial Order of the Medjidie were conferred upon him by the Sultan. 
In a letter from the Foreign Office, dated 7th March 1S55, Her Majesty's Government conveyed their sense of 
approval of his efforts in averting from the Garrison of Kars the horrors that they suffered from famine in the pre- 
ceding winter. In virtue of his rank of Lt.Colonel in the Turkish Service he received the Order of Companion of 
the Bath and that of the 4th Class of the Legion of Honor. Has also received the Victoria Cross. 

' 51 Lt.Colonel Torriano served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to Aug. 1S55, including the battle of Inker- 
man, siege of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, bombardments of 17th October, 9th April, and 6th 
and 17th June (Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in 
1857-58, and was present at the action of Pandora, storm and capture of Meangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, 
and captures of the Forts of Dehnia and Tirol in Oude (Medal with Clasp). 

152 Lt.Colonel J. T. B. Brown served in the Crimean campaign from July 1S55, including the siege and fall of Se- 
bastopol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

li3 Lt.Colonel Tyler served in the Crimean campaign from July 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebasiopol— 
wounded (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Also served in the Indian campaign in 1S58-59, and acted as 
Staff Officer to Lt.Colonel Walker in the attack and defeat of the rebel force which occupied the Fort and jungle of 
Bungaon (mentioned in despatch, Medal). 

i* 4 Lt.Colonel Smart served in India in 1S57-58, and was present at the actions of Chanda and Sultanpore, siege and 
capture of Lucknow, actions of Barree, Sirsee, and Nawabgunge (twice mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

155 Lt.Colonel Newbolt served in India in 1857-59, and was present at the attack and defeat of the rebel force 
posted in the first range of the Nepaul Hills, in March 1859 (Medal). 

150 Lt.Colonel T. B. Strange served in India in 1S57-5S, and was present at the actions of Chanda, Sultanpore, and 
Dhowrara, siege and capture of Lucknow, actions of Korsee, Nawabgunge, Seragange, affairs of 23rd and 29th 
July, passage of the Goomteo at Sultanpore, including affairs of 25th 26th 27th and 28th August, and Doadpore 20th 
Oct. (four times mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

157 Lt.Colonel Francis Lyon, and Majors Tracey (wounded) and Tarleton served the Indian campaign of 1S5S, 
and were present at the siege and capture of Lucknow and several minor affairs (Medal with Clasp). 

1^ Lt.Colonel M. Taylor and Major C. E. S. Scott (wounded) served in the Crimean campaign from May 1855, 
in the Trenches with the siege train at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and bombardments of 6th and 17th June 
and 17th August (Medal with Clasp, 5 th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Jledal). 



192 War Services of the Officers of the Royal Artillery. 

159 Lt. Colonel Keate served in the Crimean campaign from March to August 1855 and was present at the siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

180 Lt.Colonels J. J. Smith and Still, and Major de Moleyns, served in the Crimean campaign from July 1855, 
including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

161 Lt.Colonel Eardley Maitland served throughout the operations with Havelock's Column in 1857, including the 
actions of Futtehpore/Aoung, Pandoo Nuddee, Cawnpore, Oonao, Buseerutgunge (first and second), Boorbeakc- 
chowkee, Mungawara, and Alumbagh, relief and defence of the Residency at Lucknow, with Outram's Force in 
the Alumbagh from Jan. to March 185S, siege and capture of Lucknow, and actions at Selinipore and Sundeelain 
the ensuing "Oude campaign (Medal with three Clasps, and a year's service). Was appointed a military attache 
to the British Embassy at Constantinople during the Russo-Turkish war in 1877, and was with the Head Quarters of 
the Turkish forces at the defence of the Shipka Pass and at other places. 

163 Lt.Coloiel Thornhill served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol, aad bombardment of the 6th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

164 Lt.Colonsl Pearse served in the Crimean campaign from July 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with Gasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in 1858, and was present at the 
capture of Kotah on 30th March (Medal). 

165 Major Schreiber served in the Crimean campaign from June 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

166 Lt.Colonel Alderson served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and 
Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of 17th October, 9th 
April, and 6th and 17th June (Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

167 Lt.Colonel Ravenhill and Major Tweedie served in the Crimean campaign from April 1855, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol, and battle of Tchernaya (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Major Tweedie also- 
served in India in 1S58, and was engaged in the repulse ol the mutinous Sepoys at Mooltan in July (Medal). 

169 Lt.Colonel Ruck-Keene served in the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, .including the battle of Inkerman, siege 
and fall of Sebastopol (wounded), in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of 17th October, 9th April, 
and 6th and 17th June (Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

170 Lt.Colonel Hanwell served in the Crimean campaign from May 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

172 Lt.Colonel Law served in the Crimean campaign from June 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at the actions 
near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Zulu war of 1879. While commanding 
the Royal Artillery in South Africa he was appointed Commandant of the Lower Tugela district in Natal ; he 
prepared the column for the relief of Ekowe, and he commanded one of the two divisions of that column in the 
relief of that place, including the engagement at Gingindhlovu (mentioned in despatches, CB.). 

173 Lt.Colonel Downes served in the Crimean campaign from May to August 1855, including the siege of Sebas- 
topol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

174 Lt.Colonel Warren served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, 
battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec, and subsequent engagement at the Subadar's Tank ; commanded the Heavy Battery 
at the storming of Meangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow ; summer campaign in Oude, and actions of Barree 
and Simree ; passage of the Goomtee at Sultanpore, taking of Fort Rehora, and attack on Koelee (commanded the 
Artillery) ; also served in the Trans-Gogra campaign, including action of Cherodra, and taking of the Fort of Mud- 
jedia — commanded the Mortar Battery (three times mentioned in despatches, Medal with two Clasps). Served at 
Unibeyla in the campaign against the hill tribes in the North-West Frontier of India in 1863, and was present at the 
storming of the Conical Hill and Lalloo, also at the engagement in the plain of Chumla (mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with Clasp). Served throughout the Bhootan campaign of 1864-65. 

176 Lt.Colonel Betty served in the New Zealand war in 1864-66, including the Waikato campaign and action at 
Orakau (mentioned in despatches) in command of a Battery ; also during the Wanganui campaign, and commanded 
the Field Guns in action on the Patea river in March 1865, and in other skirmishes on the Wanganui coast, and 
present at the attack and defeat of the natives at Kaitaki (Medal). 

177 Lt.Colonel Wyllie and Major Phillpotts served with the expedition to China in i860, and were present 
at Sinho, Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

178 Colonel H. T. Arbuthnot served throughout theEastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affair at M'Kenzie's 
Farm, battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th Oct. 1854. 
(Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign of 
1857-58, including the action of Secundra, attack on a Fort near Moonsheegunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, 
capture of Forts Rehora and Koorlee (mentioned in despatch, Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

179 Major General Biddulph served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including the battles of Alma and 
Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and expedition to Kertch (Medal with three Clasps, Turkish Medal, and 5th 
Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Kalee Nuddee, siege and 
capture of Lucknow (as D.A. Q.M. General of Artillery), action of Janio (as Brigade Major to the Field Force), and 
affair of Daoodpoore. Served as D.A.Adjutant General of the Oude Force under Sir Hope Grant from Oct. 1858, 
and was present in the operations in the Byswarra district, passage of the Gogra, and various actions on the 
Nepaul frontier, also operations there in 1859 terminating in the forcing of the Jerwah Pass (several times men- 
tioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Served as Military Secretary with the expedition to China in i860, and 
was present at Sinho, Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Brevet of 
Major, Medal with two Clasps). Was promoted Brevet Lt.Colonel for services in India. 

180 Colonel Wm. Stirling served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of Bulganac 
and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava and Inkerman, the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and repulse of 
the sortie on the 26th Oct. 1S54 (Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served 
as Brigade Major of Artillery with Rajpootana Field Force at the capture of Kotah on 30th March 185S (Medal, and 
Brevet of Major). Served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at Sinho, actions near Tangchow, 
and surrender of Pekin (Medal with Clasp). 

181 Lt.Colonel P. E. Hill served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Balaklava and 
Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
Served in N.W. India under Sir John Michel in 185S-59 (Medal). 

182 Lt.Colonel Rideout served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege 
and fall of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of 17th October, 9th April, 6th and 17th 
June, 17th August, and 8th September; on the last bombardment he commanded a battery of Mortars (mentioned 
in despatches, Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal)'. Served with the Royal 
Horse Artillery throughout the campaign of 1858-59 in Oude, including the occupation of Fyzabad, passage of the 
Goomtee at Sultanpore, affairs at Shahpore, Paleeghat, and Kandoo Nuddee; and in the Trans-Gogra district at 
the affair of Churda, capture of the Fort of Mujeedia, and action of Bankee (Medal). 

183 Lt.Colonel Humfrey served in the Crimean campaign from March 1855, in the Trenches with the siege train 
before Sebastopol, and at the bombardments of 9th April, 6th and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian and 
Turkish Medals). 

184 Lt.Colonel C. W.Wilson commanded the Royal Artillery of the Left Brigade Dooar Field Force in Bhootan from, 
February 1865, and the whole Artillery of the Force on the Eastern Frontier of Bengal from June to October 1865, 
and was present at the taking of Stockades at Bala Pass, at the destruction of Stockades above Buxa, and at the 
taking of Stockades of Nagao above Chamoorchee (Medal with Clasp). Commanded the Eurasian (Mountain) 
Battery of Artillery in the Expedition against the Loshais in 1869 under Brigadier General W. F. Nuthall. 

"•■ Major de Winton (wounded) served the Crimean campaign from January 1855, including the siege and fall 
of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of 9th April and 6th and 17th June (Medal 
with 1 lasp', Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

!- r ' Major the Hon. R. V. Dillon was present at the capture of Canton in Dec. 1S57 (Medal with Clasp). 

im Major Uucllyn served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from the 13th Dec. 1867 and commanded two 
guns left in garrison at Addigerat (Medal). 



War Services of the Officers of ike Royal Artillery. 193 

139 Colonel Hickes served in the Crimean campaign from Nov. 1854, including the siege and tall of SobaStopol, 
in the Trench.es with the siege train, and bombardments of 9th April ai.d 6th and i^th June (Medal with Clasp, 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served as Aide do Camp to Brigadier General Crofton w ith 
the expedition to China in i860, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, captute of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, 
and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Major). 

191 Major W. G. Martin served in the Crimean Campaign from December 1854 to January 1S55, including the 
siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

192 Major Ward-Ashton served in the Crimean campaign from May to September 1855, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

193 Major F. A. Anley served in the Crimean campaign from March 1855, in the Trenches u ah the siege train 
before Sebastopol, including the bombardments of the 9th April, 6th and 17th June, 17th August, and 5th 
September (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). Served also in India during the mutiny, and was 
present at the repulse of the Mutineers at Mooltan on the 31st August 1858 (Medal). Has also the Bronze Medal 
of the Royal Humane Society. 

194 Major Ellis, subsequent to the fall of Sebastopol, served in the Ciimea from early in October 1855 until the 
evacuation in June 1856, and was employed in the destruction of the Docks of Sebastopol. Commanded a Detach- 
ment of Royal Artillery from the 16th November 1858 to the 16th March 1859 with the Berar Field Force, and was 
employed to destroy by mines one of the strongholds of the Rohillas in the Deccau. Served throughout the 
Abyssinian campaign from the 13th Dec. 1867, first in a Field Battery of which he brought most of the horses from 
India to Zoola, but becoming Supernumerary was subsequently employed as Provost Marshal and in the Land 
Transport Train. Commanded a Division of the Train in the Highland's of Abyssinia for several months. Held 
command of the Train at Sooroo and at Addigerat, two important posts on the line of communication to Magdala 
(mentioned in despatches. Medal). 

195 Lt.Colonel O. H. A. Nicolls served in the Crimean campaign of 1854 till October of that year. Served also the 
campaign of 1855 from September, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish 
Medal). Was in command of the Royal Artillery throughout the operations in Perak in 187,-77 under Major 
General the Hon. Sir F. Colborne, including the advance on and capture of Kinta in December 1873 (3revet of 
Lt.Colonel). 

196 Major Majendie served 111 the Crimean campaign from May 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) . Served in India in 1858! and was present at the siege and capture of Luck- 
now, and action of Sirsee (Medal with Clasp). 

197 Sir John Campbell served in the Crimean campaign from 28th March 1853, including the siege and fall of Se- 
bastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardments of 9th April, 6th June, 17th June, 17th 
August, and 8th September (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). Served with the expedition to 
China in i860, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, capture of Taku Forts (mentioned in despatches, also in the 
French General's despatches tor services in command of two Howitzers in support of the French attack), actions 
near Tangchow and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

198 Major F. A. Whinyates served in the Crimean campaign from April 1855, including the siege and fall of Se- 
bastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the battle 
of Cawnpore on 6th December, action of Futtehghur, and affair of Kankur (Medal). 

199 Major Elton served in the Crimean campaign from March 1S53, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, in 
the Trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardments of 9th April, 6th and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

501 Major Rooke served in the Crimean campaign from August 1855, includingthesiegeandfr.il of Sebastopol 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

204 Major Worthain served in the Crimean campaign from July 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in India with the Okamundel Field Force in 1859, and was present 
at the attack on the Fort of Beyt, siege and fall of Dwarka. Served with the expedition to China in i860, and was 
present at Sinho, Tangku, and capture of Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). 

205 Major Maule served in the Crimean campaign from May 1855, in the Trenches with the siege train at the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol, and buinbardments of 6th and 17th June and 17th August (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian 
and Turkish Medals). Served also in India in 1857-59 with the Rajpootana Field Force under General Roberts, and 
was present in the action of Pertabghur (Medal). 

206 Lt.Colonel Geary served in the Crimean campaign fromMay iSss.inthe Trenches with the siege train at the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol, and bombardments of the 6th and 17th June and 17th August (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of 
the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the field during the Indian mutiny from October 1S58 to 1S59 in the 
Jugdespore district, and with Sir Hope Grant's and Gorruckpore Field Forces. Served throughout the Abyssinian 
campaign from 1st January 186S as Brigade Major of Artillery and was present at the action of Arogee and capture 
of Magdala (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

207 Major Rice served in the Crimean campaign from May to August 1855, with the siege train at the siege of 
Sebastopol, and bombardments of 6th and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

208 Major J. H. P. Anderson served in the Crimean campaign from August 1855, including the siege and fall of Se- 
bastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Present at the capture of Canton in December 1S57 ; and served 
with the expedition of i860, present at Sinho, Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and surrender 
of Pekin (Medal with three Clasps). 

209 Major A. S. Hunter served in the Crimean campaign from May 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebasto- 
pol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Also served in the field during the New Zealand war in 1867. 

211 Major Staveley served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Kalee Nuddee, affair of 
Ramgunga, siege and capture of Lucknow, actions of Bareilly, Shahjehanpore, and Mi ihunidee, capture of Fort 
Bunnia and Rampore Kussiah, passage of the Gogra at Fyzabad, and affair of Mueheegaun (Medal with clasp). 

213 Major Edmeades served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the action of Kalee Nuddee, battle of Cawn- 
pore on 'th Dec., and action of Sherghur Ghat (Medal). 

214 Major Burn served in India in 1S57-58, and was present at the capture of Nurgoond on 1st June 1858 (Medal). 
Served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, and capture of Taku Forts (Medal 
with Clasp) . 

215 Major William Smith served in the Indian campaign of 1857-59, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord 
Clyde, battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec, actions of Serai Ghat (mentioned 111 despatches), Chanda, Umeerp^rc, and 
Sultanpore, siege and capture of Lucknow, attack of the Moosabagh, and action of Barree ; afterwards present with 
various forces 111 pursuit of the enemy and watching the fords of the Gogra, and in the Trans-Gogra campaign in- 
cluding several small affairs on the Raptee and the frontier of Nepaul (Medal with two Clasps). Served ;•. rhe New 
Zealand war in 1864 in command of a Detachment of Royal Artillery in the campaigns on the Waikato and at To 
Ranga including the attack on the Gate Pah, where his guns were reported by Sir Duncan Cameron as having been 
of great sendee (Medal). 

213 Major Burnett served in the Indian campaign in 1857-58, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, 
battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec, siege and capture of Lucknow, actions of Barree and Sirsee (Medal with two 
Clasps). 

219 Major Talbot served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at Tangku, and capture of Taku 
Forts (Medal with Clasp). 

220 Lt.Colonel Oliver served in the Indian campaign in i857-sS,includingthe action ofPandoo Nuddee, operations of 
the 27th 28th and 29th Nov. before Cawnpore, and battle there on 6th Dec, actions of Kaiee Nuddee and Ramgunga, 
siege and capture of Lucknow, actions of Bareillv, Shahjehanpore, and Mohumdee, capture of the Fort of Rampore 
Kusseah, passage of the Gogra at Fyzabad, and affair of Mucheegaun (mentioned in despatch. Medal with Clasp). 
Served in the Bhootan campaign in 1864-65, and commanded the Artillery of the left column at the taking of the 
Fort of Dalimkote, and in the affair at Chamoorcheo (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

222 Major Morgan served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the action of Bandah (Medal) . Served with the 
expedition to China in i860, and was present at Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with 
two Clasps). 

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224 Major Ford served in India in 1857-58, including the relief of Lucknow (wounded) by Lord Clyde, affair of 
Bundah, of the Alumbagh from Jan. to March, siege and capture of Lucknow (mentioned in despatch, Medal with 
two Clasps). 

227 Major R. C. Smith served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the affair of Jelalpore (Medal). 

228 Major Chalmers served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including' the action of Kalee Nuddee, affair of 
Ramgunga, siege and capture of Lucknow, actions of Bareilly,Shahjehanpore. and Mohumdee (Medal with Clasp). 

231 Lt.Colonel B. L. Porster served as Aide de Camp to Major General Pratt during the New Zealand war of 
1860-61 (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

232 Major de Cetto served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the affair of Futtyabad, capture of Chandairee 
Port, siege and capture of Jhansi, and action of Betwa (Medal). 

236 Major F. S. Stoney served in India in 1858, and was present at the attack on a Fort occupied by rebels on 
Beyt Island. 

238 Lt.Colonel H. Brackenbury served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the action of Banda and capture of 
Kirwee (Medal with Clasp) . In the Franco-German war of 1870-71 was attached by the Government to the service of 
the British National Society for Aid to the Sick and Wounded, and was present with the armies till the conclusion 
of the Armistice. For his services in this capacity he was appointed Officer of the Legion of Honor by special 
decree of the French Government of National Defence, was made a Knight of the First Class of the Royal Bavarian 
Order of St. Michael, and received the Iron Cross from the Emperor of German}'. Accompanied Sir Garnet 
Wolseley to the Gold Coast in September 1873 as Assistant Military Secretary, and served throughout the Ashanti 
war of 1873-74, including the action of Essamen. relief of Abrakrampa, battle of Amoaful, battle of Ordahsuand 
capture of Coomassie (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). In 1875 was further rewarded 
with the Brevet of Lt.Colonel on return from special service with Sir Garnet Wolseley in Natal. 

239 Major A. W. Duncan served in the Ashanti War in 1S74 in the Transport Service. Commanded the post of 
Fommanah during the repulse of the enemy's attack, and was slightly wounded (mentioned in despatches for the 
"energetic defence of the post," Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

240 Lt.Colonel the Hon. A. Stewart served with the expedition to China in 1S60. and was present at Sinho, Tangku, 
actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with Clasp). 

241 Major Punlop was appointed Commissioner in Perak shortly after the commencement of hostilities in Nov. 
1875, and by his able and energetic co-operation mainly contributed to the success of the combined naval and 
military operations under Major General Colborne and Captain Buller, R.N., which ended in the capture of Kinta. 

242 Major Cottingham served in India in 1857-58; and was present at the action of Pandora, and action and 
capture of Tiroul (Medal). 

243 Major Auchinleck served in India in 1S57-5S, and was present at the action of Kalee Nuddee, battle of Cawn- 
pore on 6th Dec, and affair of Kankur (Medal). 

-** Major Kyle served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the actions of Secnndra, Chanda, and Sultanpore, 
siege and capture of Lucknow, relief of Azinighur, action near Azimutghur.operations in the Jungle and capture of 
Jugdespore (mentioned in despatch. Medal with Clasp). 

245 Major H. L. Mitchell served in the Indian mutinv campaign and was present at the attack and defeat of the 
rebel force posted in the first range of the Nepaul Hills in March 1S59 (Medal). 

246 Major Parry served throughout the Afghan war of 1878-79 in command of a field battery of the Koorum 
Valley Field Force, and commanded the Artillery of Brigadier General Cobbe's force at the storming and capture 
of the Peiwar Kotal on 2nd December 1878 (mentioned in despatches). 

247 Major Ellaby served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at the capture of the Taku Forts 
(Medal with Clasp). Also served in the operations against the Taeping rebels in the vicinity of Shanghai in 1862; 
including the storm and rapture of the walled cities of Kading, Tsingpoo, and Tsolin, and the minor operations of 
Wongkadza, Tserpoo, and Najow. 

250 Major Nolan brought the "A" Battery Steel Mounted Ordnance from England, and was most energetic in 
getting it into order previous to the arrival of No. 5 Battery 21st Brigade; and served throughout the Abyssinian 
campaign from December 1867 as Adjuta.nt to Colonel Milward, and was present in the action of Arogee and 
capture of Magdala (mentioned in despatches, and Medal). 

252 Major Burgess served with the expedition from Aden against the Foodlee Arab Tribe in 1866, including the 
destruction of Shugra. 

255 Major Moorsom served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, capture of 
Taku Forts, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

256 Major Gwyn served in India, with the Okamunde] Field Force in 1859 and was present at the capture of the 
Fort of Beyt, and the siege and fall of Dwarka. Served with the column under Brigadier General Ross in com- 
mand of No. 3 Battery, 5th Brigade, throughout the operations in Perak in 187^-77. 

258 Major Toogood served in New Zealand during the Waikato and Wanganui campaigns, and was present at 
Nukumaru and the Pa tea river (Medal). 

260 Lt.Colonel Piekard served in New Zealand at Taranaki during the latter part of the war of 1860-61. Also 
during the Taranaki, Waikato, and Tauranga campaigns in 1863-64, and was present at the actions of Katikara, 
Rangiriri, Gate Pah, and Tauranga (mentioned in despatches, awarded the Victoria Cross for gallant conduct 
during the assault of Rangiriri, and Brevet of Major). 

262 Major G. G. Hannen served at Canton with the force under Rear Admiral Seymour in 1856-57, was present at 
the capture of Canton in Dec. 18^7 ; served with the expedition of i860, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, capture 
ofTaku Forts, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with three Clasps). 
_ 2 « Major C. E. B. Leacock and Captain J. S. Quayle served with a Steel Mounted Battery throughout the Abys- 
sinian campaign from the 29th Dec. 1867 and were present at the action of Arogee and capture of Magdala (Medal). 

270 Captain E. A. FitzRoy served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from the 13th Dec. 1S67, and was present at 
the fall of Magdala (Medal). 

273 Captain Pemberton Harrison served against the Taeping rebels at Shanghai in 1S62, including the captures 
of Tsinpoo, Tsolin, and Najow. 

274 Captain A. G. Yeatman-Biggs served against the Taeping rebels at Shanghai in 1862, and was present at the re- 
capture of Kahding. 

275 Captain A. Grubb served throughout the Waikato and Tauranga campaigns during the New Zealand wars of 
1863-64, including the action of Gate Pah, and commanded the Artillery at the action of Te Ranga (mentioned in 
de-patches, Medal). 

279 Sir Charles l,:o'<- .111 -ecvedin theNew Zealand war in 1863-64 (Medal), and was present at the actions of Katikara 
and Ka.t;ik (wounded in the shoulder). Commanded a Detachment of Artillery engaged at Sentry Hill (Medal). 

280 Captain J. K. Maurice accompanied Sir Garnet AVolseley to the Gold Coast in September 1S73 on special service, 
and serve., at hit I' ivati Secretary throughout the Ashanti war of 1S73-74, including the relief of Abrakramna, 
battle of Amoaful, capture and destruction of Bccqnah (as Staff Officer to Colonel M'Leod), battle of Ordahsu and 
capture of Coomassie (several times mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

281 Captain T. R. Disney served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from the 6th Feb. 1868, and was present at 
the fall of Magdala (Medal). 

283 Captain J. C. Robs on served in the New Zealand war in 1863-66, including the Taranaki and Waikato cam- 
paigns, and was present in t