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Among the many abroad, a few of the names of Regiments so supplied are here given, — we 
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the names of the Regiments (see the Testimonial given by Messrs. Henry S. King & Co., 
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shot. 13th Hussars. I Royal Scots, E.I. 

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DENT'S CHRONOMETERS, 

WATCHES, and CLOCKS have long held pre- 
eminent rank, as may be seen from the Eeports 
of various scientific persons : — 

THE ASTRONOMER ROYAL (Sir G. B. AIRY) in 

his Report to the Admiralty (13th of August. 1870) on the Forty Chronometers 
entered for Annual Competition, says of M. F. Dent's Chronometer— 

" This is the Tinest Ohronometer that we have ever had on Trial." 

N. 15.— The late Astronomer Royai. (J. Pond, Esq.), reporting in 1829 on the 
celebrated Public Trial, by order of the Lords of the Admiralty, which lasted Thirteen 
Years, during which nearly 500 Chronometers were tested, says : 

" Your Chronometer, No. 114, is entitled to the First Premium. Actual variation 
i« the year 0.54 hundredths of a second. This is superior to any other yet tried." 



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STRUVE. of St. Petersburg, reporting upon 81 Chronometers tested by the Russian 
Chronometrical Expedition, in 1843, says : 

"The Dent Chronometers have held first rank in a brilliant manner. They 
contributed, beyond dispute, THE MOST effectually to the exactitude of the results. 

"M. Struve." 

By command of the Emperor, the Russian Gold Medal of the Highest Order of Merit 
■was presented to Mr. DENT. 



In testimony of the excellence of Dent's Turret Clocks, Sir G. B. AIRY, 

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" Royal Observatory, Greenwich, 12nd July, 1845. 
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the Best in the World as regards accuracy of going and striking. 

"G. B. Airy. 
"Mr. Dent, 33, Cockspur Street, Charing Cross." 



Council and Prize Medals awarded by the Royal Commissioners of 
International Exhibitions, 185 1 a7id 1862. 

SIR WILLIAM ARMSTRONG, Inventor of the Armstrong 

Gun, says : 

"9, Hyde Park Street, W., 14//^ November, 1861. 
" The Chronometer Watch you made for me in December, 1859, has never been 
aflfected by travelling or riding ; its variation at the end of a year was only forty-five 
seconds. It ha« proved in every respect a most satisfactory watch. 

" W. G. Armstrong* 
"Mr. M. F. Dent, 33, Cockspur Street, Charing Cross." 



The Report on Chronometers and Watches, &>€., by the J udges at the Phila 
dclphia Exhibition, 1876, can be had on application. 

33, cockspueTstkeet, 

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THE NEW 

ANNUAL ARMY LIST 

MILITIA LIST, 

YEOMANRY CAVALRY LIST, 

AND 

INDIAN CIVIL SERVICE LIST, 

EOE 1883, 

{BEING THE FOBTY-FOUBTH ANNUAL VOLUME,) 

CONTAINING 

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

Corrected to the 30th December, 1882. 

WITH AN INDEX, 

BY THE LATE 

LIEUTENANT GENERAL H. G. HART. 

EDITED BY HIS SON. 

LONDON: 
JOHN MUEEAY, ALBEMARLE STREET. 



EXPLANATIONS. 



K.G. Knight of he Order of the Garter. 

K.T. Knight of the Order of the Thistle. 

K.P. Knight of the Order of St. Patrick. 

G.C.B. Knight &rand Cross of the Order of the Bath. 

K.C.B. Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath. 

C.B. Companion of the Order of the Bath. 

G.C.S.I. Knight G-rand Commander of the Order of the 

Star of India. 

K.C.S.I. Knight Commander of tne Star of India. 

C.S.I. Companion of the Star of India. 



G.C.M.G. Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St. 

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

C.M.G. Companion of ditto ditto 

C.I.B. Companion of the Order of the Indian Empire. 
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. 



P Before the Name denotes that the OfScer served in the Peninsula, or the South of France. 
••« TIT 1 1 ir 1 1 fOlEcers actually present in either of the actions of the 1 6th 17th or iSth June 1S15. Such 
m. Waterloo Medal. | officers are allowed two years' additional service. 
Uff "Victoria Cross. 

The Figures pre&xed to the Names denote the BattaUons to which the Officers are actually attached ; .-. hefore the 
name denotes that the Officer has received a certificate from the Senior Department of the Royal Military College ; 
the Letters p.s.e. are placed hefore the Names of Officers who have passed the Staff College ; and the Letter r. after 
the names of Officers of the Royal Marines employed on the Secriiitin<f Service. The 'Letters p. ». after the name 
of a Militia Officer denote that he has passed a School of Instruction. The * before the Name or Date of Commis- 
sion denotes Temporary Rank only. The Letter ^ before the Date indicates that the Commission was purchased. 

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. 



NOTICE. 

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

The EDITOR of HART'S ARMY LIST, 

50, Albemarle Street. 

LONDON. W. 






TABLE OF CONTENTS 

IN ORDER OF ARRANGEMENT. 



PAGE I 

The Queen i 

Private Secretary to the Queen... i j 

Aides de Camp to the Queen i 

War Office i 

Staff of the Armjr 2 

Field Marshals 3 

General and Field Officers on 

the Active List 3 

Btafi'at Home 119 

Staff Abroad 119c 

Regimental District Staff 123 

Staff Officers of Pensioners 124 

MiLiTAET Establishments : — 
Educational Establishments. 

R. Military College, Sandhurst 126 

R.MilitaryAcademv.Woolwich 126 

StaffCollege .', 126 

School of Gunnery 127 

Department of Artillery 

Studies, Woolwich 127 

School of Military Engineer- 
ing, Chatham ..." 127 

School of Musketry, Hythe... 127 

Medical School, Netley 127 

School of Music, Kneller Hall 127 

Army Schools 128 

R. Military Asylum, Chelsea... 128 

B. Hibernian Military School 128 
Ordnance Manufacturing E»tah- 

Hshments. 

Arsenal, Woolwich 128 



Small Arms Factory, Enfield.. 
Gunpowder Factory, Walt- 
ham Abbey 

Army Clothing Depot 



Miscellaneous Estahlishments. 

CavalryDepot ] 

Recruiting Staff. i 

Pay Office i 

Royal Hospitals— Chelsea, Kil- 

mainham, Victoria (Netley) : 
Judge Advocate General's 

Office ] 

Prisons ] 

Officers who ha ve received Certifi- 
cates at the Senior Department 
of the Royal Military College j 

Officers who have passed the 
StaffCollege 1 

Officers receiving Rewards for 
Distinguished Services 

Honourable Corps of Gentlemen 
at Arms 

Yeomen of the Guard 

MiUtary Knights of Windsor ... 

Cavalry 

Artillery 

Engineers 

Infantry 

Commissariat ;md Tran.sport 
Staff 



366 



Ordnance Store Department 

Army Pay Department 

Medical Department 

Veterinary Department 

Chaplains',Department 

Marines 

Indian Army 

Reserve of Officers 

General Officers retired under 
Royal WaiTant 

Officers Retired on Full Pay or 
on a Pension 

Officers (other than General and 
Field Officers) on Retired Pay 

Officers on Half Pay 

General and Field 'Officers Re- 
tired by Sale, Commutation, 
with a Gratuity, or by Sur- 
render of Half Pay 

Officers of the Order of the Garter, 
and of other Orders 

Victoria Cross, Details of Ser- 
vices for which obtained 

Retirements, &c 



Index 

Militia ,\[\_\ 

Yeomanry Cavalry " 

Field Officers Retired from the 

Militia and YeomanryCavalry 

Indian Civil Service 



PAGE 

369 
371 
377 
395 
396 
397 
402 



604 



TABLE OF CONTENTS, IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER. 



PAGE 

Academy, Royal Military 126 

Aden Troop 523 

Adjutants on Retired Pay 572 

Aides de Camp to the Q ueen i 

Alderney and Guernsey Staff ... iigi 

Aldorshot District Staff 119a 

Alterations while Printing 768 

Antigua and Leeward Islands, 

Staff in 1226 

Army Hospital Corps 386 

Half Pay S97 

Pay Department 371 

Half Pay 591 



Schools 



Half Pay , 



Arsenal, Woolwich 

Artillery, Coast Brigade 186 

■ Malta Fencible t86 

MUitia 710 

Royal 164 

Officers Retired 

on Annuities 603 

Royal Marine 397 

Studies, Department of 127 

Asylum, Royal Military, Chelsea 128 

Austraha, Staff in 123 

Bahamas, Staff in 1226 

Barbadoes and Windward Is- 
lands, Staff in 1225 

Bath, Order of the 640 

Bedfordshire Regiment 255 

Belfast, Staff at 1196 

Bengal Cavalry 430 

General List ... 450 

Civil Service 752 

Ecclesiastical Dept. ... 457 

Infantry 435 

General List ... 450 



Medical Department ... 453 

Sappers and Miners ... 434 

Staff Corps 410 

Staff in 120 

Veterinary Department 457 

Berkshire Regiment 293 

Bermuda, Staff in 122c 

Bheel Corps 447 

Bhopaul Battalion 447 

Black Watch 286 

Bombay Artillery (Native) 524 

Cavalry 522 

• General List... 528 



- CivU Service 

■ Ecclesiastical Dept 

-Infantry 

General List . 



76s 
530a 
523a 



- Medical Department 
■ Sappers and Miners... 



Bombay Staff Corps 513 

Staff in 121 

Veterinary Department 530 

Border Regiment 278 

Buffs, The (East Kent Regiment) 237 

Caicos Island, Staff in 122c 

Cambridge's (Duke of) Own 

Middlesex Regiment 301 

Cameron Highlanders 325 

Cameronians 270 

Canada, Staff in 1226 

Canadians, Royal (Prince of 

Wales' Leinster Regiment) ... 346 

Canterbury, Cavalr.y Depot at... 128a 

Captains on Retired Pay 568 

Half Pay 579 

Carriage Factory, Woolwich 128 

Cavalry Depot, Canterbury 128a 

Regiments of 133 

Central India Horse 446 

Ceylon, Staff' in 122 

Chaplains' Department 396 

■ — Half Pay 603 

Chatham, Staff' at 119 

Chelsea, Royal Hospital 128a 

Military Asylum 128 

Cheshire Regiment 264 

China, &c.. Staff in 122 

City of London Regiment 243 

Clothing Depot 128 

Coast Brigade of Artillery 186 

Colchester, Staff at iig 

College, Royal Military 126 

Staff 126 

Colonels 41 

Retired on Full or Re- 



tired Pay or Pension 551 

Colonels Retired b.y Sale, &c. ... 604 
Commissariat and Transport De- 
partment 368 

Ditto Half Pay 592 

Commissariat and Transport 

Staff 366 

Ditto HalfPay 59:0 

Commissariat Dept. Half Pay... 589 
Commutation, &c.. Officers Re- 
tired by 604 

Coimaught Rangers 334 

Control Department (late). Offi- 
cers on HalfPay of 591a 

Cork, Staff at iiq6 

Cornets, &c., on Retired Pay ... 572 
Cornwall's (Duke of) Light Inf. 276 

Cuj-ragh, Staff at the jigb 

Cyprus, Staff in 119c 

Deaths during the year 1882 658 

Irregular Force 447 



PAGE 

Depot, Cavalry, at Canter biirj' . . 128(1 
and Training School, Al- 

dershot 386 

Derbyshire Regiment .....' 289 

Devonport, Staff at ng 

Devonshire Regiment 249 

Dorsetshire Regiment 283 

Dover, Staff at i,q 

Dragoon Guards [[ 136 

Dragoons, Hussars,& Lancers 143-163 

Dublin Fusiliers 348 

Staff at '.',..', 1196 

Duncannon Fort 1230 

Durham Light Infantry . . 314 

Eastern District Staff ■.■.■.■. iig 

Ecclesiastical Dept. Bengal 457 

Bombay 530a 

■ • Madras 506 

Edinburgh's (Duke of) Wiltshire 

Regiment ,08 

Edinburgh, Staff at '.'.'.'.' iiga 

Educational Establishments '. 126 

Egypt, Force in 122c 

Enfield Small Arms Factory 128 

Engineers, Militia 71^ 

Royal * 



Erinpoorah Irregular Force 447 

Essex Regiment 288 

Experimental Branch, Woolwich 128 

Falkland Islands, Staff in 122c 

Field Marshals , 

Fiji Islands, Staff in '.'. 120 

Foreign Orders ' 645 

Fusiliers,R.(Cityof LondonRegi,.) 24 3 
Garrisons — Tower of London, 

Duncannon Fort i2->c 

Garter, Knights of the 640 

General Officers on Active List 3 

Retired List 533 

Generals Retired on Full or Re- 
tired Pay or Pension 541 

Gentlemen at Arms ' i-^o 

Gibraltar, Staff at \ nge 

Gloucestershire Regiment ' 272 

Gold Coast Colony, Staff in .'..". 122a 
Good Hope (Cape of). Staff in ... 122a 

Goorkha Regiments 442 

Gordon Highlanders '' 321 

Gradation List of General and 

Field Officers , 

Griqualand West, Staff iu '.' 122a 

Guards ■' 229 

Guernsey and Alderney Staff ' nob 

Guiana, British, Staff in 1226 

Guides, Corps of. ... 

Gun Factory \\ jls 

Gunnery, School of .'.'.'.'." 127 

I 2 



IV 

PAGE 

Gunpowder Factory, 'Waltham 

Abbey 128 

HalfPay 368 

. Officers Retired by 

Surrender of 6oi 

Hampshire Regiment 281 

Hibernian Military School 128 

Highland Light Infantry 317 

Home District Staff ii9« 

Honduras, Staffin 12-26 

Hong Kong, &c.. Staff in 122 

Horse Guards— Staff of theArmy 2 



Talle of Contents. 



PAGE 

Malwah Bheel Corps 447 

Manchester Regiment 309 

Marines 397 

Mauritius, Staffin 122a 



Medical Department 



Bengal ... 
Bombay 
HalfPay 
Madras... 



Hospital, Chelsea laSa 

Kilmainham 1280 

Victoria (Netley) 128" 

Hussars, Lancers, &Dragoons i43-i<>3 

Hj-derabad Contingent 448 

Hj-the, School of Mueketrj- 127 

Indian Army 402 

Civil Service 752 

Empire, Order of the ... 645 

Local Forces 402 

Staff Corps 41° 

India, Staff iu "9« 

Index 659 

Infantry, Regiments of 229 

Inniskiiling Fusiliers 271 

Ireland, Staff in 119' 

Irish Fusiliers 333 

Regiment 258 

Rifles 329 

Jamaica, Staff in 1226 

Jersey District Staff ii9« 

JudgeAdvocate General's Office 128a 

Kent (East) Regiment 237 

(West) Regiment 294 

Kilmainham, Roval Hospital 
King's (Shropshire Lt. Inf.) 

Liverpool Regiment 244 

Own Borderers 269 

Lancaster Regt. ... 238 

Light Infantry (S. 

Yorkshire Regiment) 295 

Royal Rifle Corps 304 

Kneller Hall, School of Music... 127 

Laboratory, Royal 128 

Labuau, Staff iu 122a 

Lancashire (East) Regiment ... 274 

FusUiers 261 

(Loyal North) Reg. 291 

(South) Regiment.. 284 

Lancaster Regiment 238 

Lancers, Dragoons & Hussars 143-163 

Leeward Islands, Staffin 1226 

Leicestershire Regiment 256 

Leinster Regiment 346 

Lieutenant Colonels 71 

Retired on 

Full or Retired Pay or Pension 554 
Lieutenant Colonels Retired by 

Sale, &c 6c5 

Lieutenant Generals 4 

Retired on 

Full orRetircd Pay or Pension 541 
Lieutenant Generals Retired by 

Sale, &c 604 



PAGB • 

Scots Fusiliers 202 

Seaforth Highlanders 318 

Second Lieutenants, &c., on Half 

Pay 583 

Senior Department, R. M. Col- 
lege. Officers who have re- 
ceived Certificates from 128& 

Sherwood Foresters(Derbyshire 

Regiment) 289 

Shropshire Lighi Infantry 257 

Sikh Infantry 444 

Sind Horse 522 

Small Arms Factory, Enfield ... 128 

Somersetshire Light Infantry... 252 

South Australia, Staff in 1220 

Eastern District Stafi 119 

Wales Borderers 267 

Southern District Staff 119 

Officers on Half Pay of 603 | Staff Abroad 119 



School, Netley 

Meywar Bheel Corps .. 
Mhairwarra Battahon 

Middlesex Regiment 30: 

Military Engineering, School of 127 

Establishments 126 

Knights of Windsor ... 132 

Prisons 129 

Store Department(late) 



297 



Lieutenants on Retired Pay. 
HalfPay 



Life Guards. 

Lincolnshire Regiment 246 

Liverpool Regiment 244 

Lothian Regiuuut 234 

Louise's (Princess) Sutherland 

and Argyll lli^rhlanders 337 

Loyal North Lancashire Regt. 291 

iladras Cavalry 491 

— General List ... 502 

Civil Servics 762 

Ecclesiastical Dept. ... 506 

Infantry 496 

General List ... 503 

Medical Department ... 504 

Sappers and Miners ... 491 

Staff Corps 480 

Staffin 121 

Veterinary Department 506 



Militia 71° 

Artillery 710 

Channel Islands 737 

Engineers 714 

FieldOfficersRetired from 743 

Infantry 714 

Miscellaneous Establishments... 128a 

Munster Fusiliers 347 

Music, School of (Kneller Hall) 127 
Musketry, School of (Hythe) ... 127 

Natal, Staffin 122a 

Netley, Medical School 127 

'■ — Royal Victoria Hospital 128a 

Newfoundland, Staffin 1226 

New South Wales, Staffin C23 

New Zealand, Staff in 122a 

Norfolk Regiment 245 

North British District Staff 1 19a 

Northamptonshire Regiment ... 292 

Northern District Staff 119 

Northumberland Fusiliers 240 

Orders of the Garter, Ac 640 

Ordnance Manufacturing Estabs. 128 
Ordnance Store Department ... 369 

Ditto, Half Pay 590 

Oxfordshire Light Infantry 287 

Pay Department 371 

HalfPay 591 

Office 128a 

Payinasters on Half Pay 584 

Pension, Officers Retired on 541 

Pensioners, Staff Officers of 124 

Poona Horse 522 

Portsmouth, Staff at 119 

Prince Albert's (Somersetshire 

Light Infantry) 252 

Prisons, Military 128a 

Punjaub Cavalry 443 

Frontier Force 443 

Infantry 



Purveyors' Department (late). 
Officers on Half Pay of 

Quarter Masters on Retired Pay 

on Half Pay ... 

Queen, The 

Queen's Own Cameron Highrs. 

Own (West Kent Regt.) 

Royal (W.Surrey Regt.) 

Queensland, Staffin 

Regimental District Staff 

Reserve of Officers 

Retired Li.st of General Officers 

Retirements, &c., during 1881... 

Rewards lor Distinguished Ser- 
vices, Officers receiving 

Riding Masters on Retired Pay 
on HalfPay ... 



Major Generals 

or Retired I „ 

Major Generals Ret. by Sale &c. 604 

Majors 98 

Retired on Full or 

Hetircd Pay or Pension 556 

Majors Retired by Sale, &c 6c8 

Malta Fenciblc Artillery 186 

Staff 8t iige 



Rifle Brigade 

Ross-shire Buffs 318 

Royal Highlanders(Bl8ckWatch) 286 

— Mil. Academy, Woolwich 126 

Military Asylum, Chelsea 128 

CoUege.Sandhurst 126 

Officers 

who have Certificates from the 

Senior Department 1286 

Royal Scots (Lothian Regiment) 234 

Sale, &c.. Officers Retired by ... 604 

Sandhurst, R. Military College 126 

Staff Collecre 126 

School of Gimiiiiv ,37 



yy. , 1- , I Hall 127 

RoyjiUliijciaiauAiilaary 128 

Schoals, Army 128 

HalfPay 602 

Scottish Rifles 270 



at Home 119 

College 126 

Officers who have 

1286 

StaffCorps 4i» 

Officers of Pensioners 124 

oftheArmy 2 

Regimental District 123 

Staffordshire (North) Regiment 311 

;— (South)Regiment 282 

Starof India, Order of the 645 

St. Helena, Staff in 122a 

St. Michael and St. George, 

Orderof 645 

St. Patrick, Knights of 640 

Straits Settlements, Staffin 122 

Suffolk Regiment 250 

Surrender of Half Pay, kc. 

Officers Retired by 604 

Surrey (East) Regiment 275 

(West) Regiment 236 

Sussex Regiment 279 

Sutherland Highlanders 337 

Tasmania. Staffin izea 

Thistle, Knights of the 640 

Tower of London 1231; 

Trinidad, Staff in 1220 

Turks & Caicos Islands, Staffin 1220 

Unattached Officers, Bengal 452 

Madras ... 503 

Veterinary Department 395 

^ Bengal 457 

Bombay 530 

HalfPay 602 

— Madras 506 

Victoria Cross, Details of Services 646 

Victoria, Staff in 122U 

Victoria's (Princess) Irish Fus. 333 
Wales' (Prince of) Leinster Regt. 346 
Wales' (Prince of) North Staf- 
fordshire Regiment 310 

Wales' (Prince of) Own West 

Yorkshire Regiment 253 

AVales' (Prince of) Volunteers 

(South Lancashire Regiment) 284 
Wales' (Princess Charlotte of) 

Berkshire Regiment 293 

Wales' (Princess ol) Own York- 
shire Regiment 259 

Waltham Abbey, Gunpowder 

Factory at 12S 

War Office i 

Warwickshire Regiment : 242 

Wellington's (Duke of) West 

Riding Regiment 277 

Welsh Fusiliers 265 

Regiment 285 

West Africa Settlements.Staffin 1226 



India Regiments 

Indies, &c., Staffin .... 

Riding Regiment 

Western Australia, Staffin . 

District Staff. 



360 
122b 

277 
122a 



AViltshire Regiment 

Windsor, Military Knights of.!! 
Windward Islands, Staffin ...... 

Woolwich Arsenal 



B. Military Academy 



Woolwich District Staff 

Worcestershire Regiment.. 
Yeomanry Cavalry .... 
Yeomen of the Guard . 



York and Lancaster Regiment 

York, Staff at 

Yorkshire Regiment 

(East) Regiment...'.!! 

(South) Regiment ... 



— (West) Regiment 



Table of Contents. 

The folloivlnrj Changes in the Organization and Titles of the Hegimenis 
of Infantry have been made, viz. ;— 



PAGE 

Foot to be The Royal Scots (Lothian Regt.) 234 

Queen's (Roval West Surrey Regt ) 236 

Buffs (East Kent Regt.) 237 

King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regt.) 238 

Northumberland Fusiliers 240 

Royal Warwickshire Regt 242 

Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regt.) 243 

The King's (Liverpool Regt.) 244 

Norfolk Rest 245 

Lincolnshire Regt 246 

Devonshire RcErt 249 

SufifolkRegt. ' 250 

Prince AIIhvI'.- i -(I'li^rsotshire Light Infantry) 252 
Prince of \\m:< ■.' ' ),mi ( West Yorkshire Regt.) 253 

East Yorksliiic Ki'^t 254 

Bedfordshire ttegt 255 

Leicestershire Regt 256 

Royal Irish Regt 258 

Princess of Wales' Own (Yorkshire Regt.) 259 

Lancashire Fusiliers 26 1 

Royal Scots Fusiliers 262 

Cheshire Regt 264 

Royal Welsh Fusiliers 265 

South Wales Borderers 267 

King's Own Borderers 269 

I Bn. The Oameronians (Scotch Rifles) 270 

I Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers 271 

I Bn. Gloucestershire Regt 272 

I Bn. Worcestershire Regt 273 

I Bn. East Lancashire Regt. 274 

I Bn. East Surrey Regt 275 

I Bn. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry 276 

I Bn. Duke of Wellington's (W. Riding Regt.).. 277 
I Bu. The Border Regt 278 

1 Bn. Ro.val Sussex Regt 279 

2 Bn. Worcestershire Regt 273 

I Bu. Hampshire Regt. 281 

I Bn. South Staflfordshire Regt 282 

I B a. Dorsetshire Rej^t. 283 

I Bn. Prince of Wales' Volunteers (South Lan- 
cashire Regt.) 284 

t Bn. Welsh Regt 285 

I Bn. The Black Watch Uloyal Highlanders) ... 286 

I Bn. Oxfordshire Light Infantry 287 

1 Bn. Essex Regt 288 

1 Bn. Sherwood Foresters (Derbyshire Regt.) 289 

2 Bu. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry 276 

I Bn. The Loyal North Lancashire Regt 291 

I Bn. Northamptonshire Regt 292 

I Bn. Princess Charlotte of Wales' (Berkshire 

Regt ) 293 

J Bn. Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regt.)... 294 

1 Bn. King's Own Light Infantry (South York- 

shir-e lii'LTt) 29s 

2 il'i. i I .1 I ; ii r.> Light Infantry 287 

1 I.-. I. 'iiwiishire Light Infantry) 297 

2 !;< . :- ' ' Itegt 283 

2 iUi. Tlic C.nlurliegt 278 

2 Bu. Essex. Uegt 288 

1 Bu. Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex 

Regt.) 301 

2 Bn. Northamptonshire Regt 292 



PAGE 

59th Foot to be the 2 Cn. East Lancashire Regt. ... 274 

60 King's Royal Rifle Corps 304 

61 2 Bn. Gljucestershire Regt 272 

62 I Bn. Duke of Edinburgh's I WiUsliiro Regt.) 308 

63 I Bn. Manchester Regt 309 

64 I Bn. Prince of Wales' (N. Statlur.lr-liiro I?egt.) 310 

65 I Bn. York and Lancaster RcLft. 3" 

66 2 Bn. Princess Charlotte of Wales' (Berkshire 

Regt.) 293 

67 2 Bn. Hampshire Regt 281 

68 I Bn. Durham Light Inf.mtry 314 

69 2 Bn. Welsh RcL't. ' 2S5 

70 2 Bn. East Surn\' i;^'L;t. 275 

71 I Bn. Highhnpi l.iuht lni;ni':v 317 

72 I Bn. SeafortU li il'i.ImimI.ts ^in-s siure Butis, 

The Dukeof Alhanv's) 31^ 

73 2 Bn. The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders)... 286 

74 2 Bn. Highland Light Infautry 317 

75 I Bn. Gordon Highlanders 321 

76 2 Bn. Duke of Wellington's Regt 277 

77 2 Bn. Duke of Cambridge's Own (Middlesex 

Regt.) 301 

78 2 Bn. Seaforth Highlanders (Ross-shirc Butfs, 

The Duke of Albany's) 318 

79 2 Bn. Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders 325 

80 2 Bn. South Staffordshire Regt 282 

81 2 Bn. Loyal North Lancashire Regt 291 

82 2 Bn. Prince of Wales' Volunteers (South Lan- 

cashire Regt.) 284 

83 I Bn. Royal Irish Rifles 329 

84 2 Bn. York and Lancaster Regt 311 

85 2 Bn. King's (Shropshire Light Infantry) 297 

85 2 Bn. Royal Irish Rifles 329 

87 I Bn. Princess Victoria's (Royal Irish Fusiliers) 333 

88 I Bn. Connaught Rangers 334 

89 2 Bn. PrincessVictoria'8(Ro.valIrishFu8iliers) 333 

90 2 Bn. Cameronians (Scotch Rifles) 270 

91 I Bn. Princess Louise's (Argyll and Sutherland 

Highlanders) 337 

92 2 Bn. Gordon Highlanders 321 

93 2 Bn. PrincessLouise's(Argyll and Sutherland 

Highlanders) 337 

94 2 Bn. Connaught Rangers 334 

95 2 Bn. Sherwood Foresters (Derbyshire Regt.) 289 

96 2 Bn. Manchester Regt. 309 

97 2 Bn. The Queen's Own ( Royal W. Kent Regt.) 294 

98 2 Bn. Prince of Wales' (North Stafifordshire 

Regt.) 310 

99 2 Bn. Duke of Edinburgh's (Wiltshire Regt.)... 308 
loo I Bu. The Prince of Wales' Leinster Regt. 

(Royal Canadians) 346 

loi I Bn. Royal Muuster Fusiliers 347 

102 I Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers 348 

103 2 Bu. Royal Dublin Fusiliers 348 

104 2 Bn. Royal Munster Fusiliers 347 

105 2 Bn. The King's Own Light Infantry (South 

Yorkshire Regt.) 295 

106 2 Bn. Durham Light Infantry 314 

107 2 Bn. Royal Sussex Regt 279 

108 2 Bn. Royal Inniskillina: FusUiers 271 

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

(Royal Canadians) 34(5 



The following Changes in the Titles of the Regiments of Militia have been made, viz 



ARTILLERY. 



Antrim to be 2nd Brigade 
Argyll & Bute ... 6th 

Cardigan 5th ,, 

Carmarthen 3rd „ 

Clare 7th ,, 

Cornwall and ] . 

Do von Miners j ^ "■ " 

Cork Citv 3rd „ 

West Cork 2nd 

Devon 3rd ,, 

Donegal 3rd ,, 

Dublin City 4th „ 

Durham 2nd ,, 

Edinburgh 3rd „ 

Fife 4th 

Forfor & Kin- ) , 

cardine Ji -' ^ " 

Galway 5th 

Glamorgan 2nd ,, 



PAGE 

North Irish Division 712 

Scottish Division ib. 

Welsh Division ib. 

ib. 

South Irish Division 714 

Western Division 711 

South Irish Division 714 
713 

AVestern Division 711 

North Irish Division 712 

Northern Division ... 710 

Scottish Division 711 

ib. 

,, „ 712 



North Irish Division 713 
Welsh Division 712 



Haddington to be 2nd 

Hampshire 2nd 

Kent 2nd 

Lancashire 2nd 

Limerick City ... 4th 
Londonderry ... 9th 

Mid Ulster 6th 

Munster 5th 

Norfolk ziid 

Northumberland 3rd 

Pembroke 4th 

Sligo Sth 

Suffolk 3rd 

Sussex 3rd 

Waterford «th 

Wicklow 7th 

Wight (Isle of) 3rd 
York 4th 



PAGB 

Brigade Scottish Division 711 

,, Southern Division ... ib. 

„ Oinque Ports Division 780 
,, Lancashire Division ib. 
„ South Irish Division 714 
„ North Irish Division 713 
). 1. >> i> '*• 

South Irish Division 714 

,, Eastern D ivision 710 

,, Northern Division ... 710 

,, Welsh Division 712 

„ North Irish Division 713 

„ Eastern Division 710 

„ Cinque Ports Division 711 

,, South Irish Division 714 

„ North Irish Division 713 

Southern Division ... 711 

Northern Division ... 710 



Table of Contents. 
INFANTRY. 



PAGE 

Bedford Militia To be 3 Bn. Bedfordshire Regiment.. 719 

Berke 3 Bn. Princess Charlotte of Wales 

(Berkshire Regiment) 728 

Bucks 3 Bn. Oxfordshire Light Infantry 726 

Cambridge 4 Bn. Suffolk Regiment 718 

Carnarvon ... . 4 Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers 721 

1 Cheshire 3 Bn. Cheshire Regiment 721 

2 Cheshire 4 Bn. Cheshire Regiment 721 

Cornwall Rang. 3 Bn. Duke of Corn-svall's Lt. Infantry 724 

Cumberland ...^ Bn. Border Regiment 725 

Denbigh 3 Bn. Royal Welsh Fusiliers 721 

1 Derby 5 Bn. Sherwood Foresters (Derby- 

shire Regiment) 72S 

2 Derby 3 Bn. Ditto (ditto) 727 



ENGLAND AND WALES. 

PAG^ 

2 Middlesex 7 Bn. King's Royal Rifle Corps 73° 

3 Middlesex 3Bn.R.Fusiliers(CityofLoiHlonRegt.) 715 

4 Middlesex 5Bn.R,Fusiliers(CityofLoudouRegt.) 716 

5 Middlesex 3 Bn. The Duko of Cambridge's Own 

(Middlesex Regiment) 729 

Montgomery ...4 Bn. South Wales Borderers 722 

1 Norfolk 3 Bn. Norfolk Regiment 716 

2 Norfolk 4 Bn. Norfolk Regiment 717 

Northampton...3 & 4 Bns. Northamptonshire Regt... 728 

Nortbumberl'nds Bn. Northumberland Fusiliers 715 

Nottingham ...4 Bn. Sherwood Foresters (Derby- 
shire Regiment) 727 

Oxfordshire 4 Bn. Oxfordshire Light Infantry 727 

Shropshire 3 Bn. Shropshire Light Infantry 729 



1 Devon 4 Bn. Devonshire Regiment 717 j i & 2 Somerset. .3 & 4 Bns. Prince Albert's (Somerset- 

2 Devon 3 Bn. Devonshire Regiment 717 shire Light Infantry) 71B 

Dorset 3 Bn. Dorsetshire Regiment 726 , S.Wales Bord... 3 Bn. South Wales Borderers 722 

1 Durham 3 Bn. Durham Light Infantry 731 1 i Stafford 3 & 4 Bns. South Staffordshire Regt. 725 

2 Durham 4 Bn. Durham Light Infantry 732 ' 2 & 3 Stafford...3 &4Bns. The Prince of Wales' (North 

Essex Rifles 3 Bn. Essex Regiment 727 Staffordshire Regiment) 731 

West Essex 4 Bn. Essex Regiment 727 West Suffolk ...3 Bn. Suffolk Regiment 717 

Flint 6 Bn. King's Royal Rifle Corps 730 1 i Surrey 3 Bn. East Surrey Regiment 724 

Glamorgan 3 Bn. Welsh Regiment 726 2 Surrey 3 Bn. Queen's Royal (W.Surrey Regt.) 714 

SouthGfo'.^ter. . 3 Bn. Gloucestershire Regiment 723 3 SuiTey 4 Bn. East Surrey Regt 724 

North Glo'8ter..4 Bn. Gloucestershire Regiment 723 i Sussex 3 & 4 Bns. Royal Sussex Regt 725 

Hampshire 3 Bn. Hampshire Regiment 725 : iTowerHamletS7Bn.Rif.Brig.(PrinceConsort'sOwn) 737 

Hereford 4 Bn. Shropshire Regiment 729 2TowerHamletS5Bn. Ditto (ditto) 736 

Hertford 4 Bn. Bedfordshire Regiment 719 \ r Warwick 3 Bn. Ro3'al Warwickshire Regiment 715 

Huntingdon ...5 Bn. King's Royal Rifle Corps 730 1 2 Warwick 4 Bn. Royal Warwickshire Regiment 715 



East Kent 3&4Bns. Tl^eBuffs (East Kent Regt.) 

West Kent 3& 4 Bns. The Queen's Own Royal 

(West Kent Regiment) 728 

1 Lancashire ...3 & 4 Bns. The King's Own Royal 

(Lancaster Regiment) 715 

2 Lancashire ...3 & 4 Bns. King's (Liverpool Regt.).. 716 

3 Lancashire ...3& 4 Bns. Loyal N. Lancashire Regt. 728 
.3 Bn. Prince of Wales' Volunteers 

(South Lancashire Regiment) . 
.3 Bn. East Lancashire Regiment . 

.3 & 4 Bns. Manchester Regiment 731 

..3 Bn. Lancashire Fusiliers 7io 

.3 Bn. Leicestershire Regiment 719 

.3 Bn. Lincolnshire Regiment 717 

.4 Bn. Lincolnshire Regiment 717 

..4Bn.R.Fusiliers(CityotEondonRegt.) 716 
East Middlesex. 4 Bn. The Duke of Cambridge's Own 

(Middlesex Regiment) 729 



4 Lancashire .. 

5 Lancashire .. 

6 Lancashire .. 

7 Lancashire . 
Leicestershire . 
North Lincoln. 
South Lincoln. 
London 



726 



Westmoreland 4 Bn. Border Regiment 725 

Wiltshire 3 Bn. Duke of Edinburgh's (Wiltshire 

Regiment) 730 

Worcester 3 & 4 Bns. Worcestershire Regiment . 723 

East York 3 Bn. East Yorkshire Regiment 719 



North York. 



West York 
West York 



6 West York 



Bn. Princess of Wales' Own (York- 
shire Regiment) 729 

..3 Bn. King's Own Light Infantry 
(South Yorkshire Regiment) 729 

,.3 Bn. Prince of Wales' Own (West 
Yorkshire Regiment) 71& 

..3 Bn. York and Lancaster Regiment 731 

..4 Bn. Prince of Wales' Own (West 
Yorkshire Regiment) 718 

..3 Bn. Princess of Wales' Own (York- 
shire Regiment) 720. 

..3 & 4 Bns. Duke of Wellington's (West 
Riding Regiment) 724. 



SCOTLAND. 



Aberdeenshire 3 Bn. Gordon Highlanders 732 ! Highland Rifles 3 Bn. Seaforth Highlanders 73^ 

Ayr& WigtowiH Bn. Royal Scots Fusiliers 721 ; i Lanark 3 Bn. Highland Light Infiintry 73a 

Edinburgh 3 Bn. Royhl Scots (Lothian Regt.) ... 714 2 Lanark 3&4Bn8.Cameronians(ScottishRifles) 722 

Highland > 3 Bu. Princess Louise's (Argyll and | Perth 3 Bn. Black Watch (R. Highlanders) 726 

Borderers J Sutherland Highlanders) 734 ! Renfrew 4 Bn. Princess Louise's (Argyll and 

Highland Lt. / 2 Bn. The Queen's Own (Cameron Sutherland Highlanders) 735 

Infantrj- j Highlanders) , 732 j Scottish Bord. ..3 Bn. Royal Soots Fi\siliers 721 



Antrim 4 

Armagh 3 

Carlow 8 

Cavan 4 

Clare 3 



North Cork 9 

South Cork 3 

Donegal 5 

North Down ...3 
South Dovm ...5 
Dublin County 5 

Dublin City 4 

Fermanagh ...3 

Galway 4 

Kerry 4 

Kildare 3 

Kilkenny 5 



IRELAND. 

Bn. Royal Irish Rifles 733 I King'i 

Bn. PrincessVictoria's(R.IrishFus.) 733 

Bn. Royal Rifle Corps 730 

Bn. Princess 'Victoria's (Royal Irish 

Fusiliers) 733 

Bn. Royal Munsttr Fusiliers (to be 

converted inlii Artill, rii) 735 

Bn. King's Hwynl ititic ( 'nrps 730 

Bn. Royal Muu.ster b'u.siliors 735 

Bn. Royiil Imii.-killmg Fusiliers ... 723 

Bn. H(.v:il In.^h Rifles 733 

Bn. lf.,yiillri.sh liiflos 733 

Bn. Uoy«l I'u'jlin Fusiliers 736 

Bn. Royal DubUn Fusiliers 736 

Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers ... 722 

Bn. Coiiiiaught Raneers 734 

Bn. Royal Muiister Fusiliers 736 

Bn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers 736 



Bn. Roj-al Irish Regiment 



County 3 Bn. Prince of Wales' LeinsterRegt. 

(Royal Canadians) 735 

Leitrim 8 Bn.Rif.Brig.(FrinceConsort'sOwn) 737 

Limerick Co ...5 Bn. Royal .Munster Fusiliers 736 

Londonderry ...4 Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers (to 

he converted into Artitlerti) 723 

Longford Rifles6 Bn.Rif.Brig. (Prince Consort's Own) 737 

Louth 5 Bn. Royallrish Rifles 733 

N. & S. Mayo.. .3 Bn. Connaught Rangers 734 

Meath ! 5 Bn. Prince of Wales' LiensterRegt. 

(Royal Canadians) 73s 

Monaghan 5 Bn.PrincessVictoria's(R.lrishFus.) 734 

Queen's County4 Bu. Prince of Wales' LeinsterRegt. 

(Royal Canadians) 735 

Roscommon ...5 Bn. Connaught Rangers 734 

N. Tipperary.. .4 Bn. Royal Irish Regiment 720 

Tyrone Fus. ...4 Bn. Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers ... 722 
Westmeath 9 Bn.Rif. Brig. (PrinceConsort's Own) 737 



720 Wexford 3 Bn. Royal Irish Regiment 



719 



HER MAJESTY QUEEN VICTORIA. 

I'yivafe Secretary fo the Qneen Lieutenant General Sir Henry Frederick Ponsonby, KCB' 

Aides de Camp to the Queen. 

Pfrfonn! i ^^®'<^ Marshal Sis Hoyal Jlighness the JPrince of Wales, KG. KT. KP. GCB. GCSI. QCMQ. 
Aides de Camn I ^'*J*'r General Mis Eoyal Highness the Duke of Connaught, KG. KT. KP. CB. GCMG. GCSI. 

^ ( Rifle Brigfade. 
Ooloael Marqui:s of DonegaU, XP. GCS. 4th Batt. Irish ) Colonel Richard James Combe Marter, i Dragoon Gds. 

Rifles (Antrim Militia). ^neas Perkins, CB. R. Engineers. 

W. F. Duke of Buccleuch, KG. srd Batt. Lothian Francis, Lord Elcho, 7 Middlesex Rifle Volvmteers 



Regt. (Edinburgh Militia), 

Right SoH. John Wilson, Lord Winmarleigh, 3rd 

and 4th Battalions N. Lancashire Regiment (3 
Lancashire Militia) . 

Robert Alex. Shafto, Lord Waveney, 3rd Brigade 

E.asternDiv. R. Art. (Suffolk Artillery MiUtia). 

C. Vise. Eversley, Hampshire Yeomanry Cavalry. 

F. K. Lord Methuen, 3rd Batt. Wiltshire Regt. 

(Wiltshire Militia) . 

W. A. C. Marquis of Exeter, 3rd Batt. Northampton- 
ire Regt. (Northampton Militia) 



(Supernumerary) . 
Sir James Gardiner Baird, Bart, i Midlothian Ar- 
tillery Volunteers. 
William Coutts, Visct. Bury, KCMG. 12 Middlesex 

Rifle Volunteers. 

Charles Stewart, Visct. Hardinge, i Kent Rifle Vol. 

Sir Watkin Williams Wynn, Bt. i Denbighshire Rifle 

Volunteers. 
Hugh Lupus, Duhe of Westminster, KG. Cheshire 

Yeomanry Cavalry, and 13 Middlesex Eifle 

Volunteers (Supernumerary) . 



Robert Tolver, Lord Gerard, Lancashire Hussars [ William Kidston EUes, CB. h.p._38 Foot. 

Yeomanry Cavalry. ~ ' 

William Bell, Royal Guernsey Militia. 

Sir Hugh Owen Owen, Sari. ,4th Brigade Welsh Div. 

R. Art. ( itoyal Pembroke Artillery Militia). 

Edward Chippindall, CB. h.p. Brigade Depot. 

Sir Thomas Durand Baker, KCB. h.p. Irish Regt. 

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

and Captain Grenadier Guards ; 3rd Batt. Lancas- 
ter Regt. (i Lancashire Militia) (Supernumerary) . 

V€. Christopher Charles Teesdale, CB. R. Art. 

Uffi Sir Howard Craufurd Elphinstone, KCB. CMG. 

Royal Engineers. 
G. G.£u)-/o/ Warwick, Warwickshire YeomanryCav. 

James Godfrav, Jersey Militia. 

Sir Francis Worgan Festing, CB. KCMG. Royal 

Marine Artillery. 

liar Sir Redvers Henry BuUer, CB. KCMG. h.p. 

60 F. 



Francis Howell Jenkins, CB. Bengal Staff Corps. 

Sir Baker Creed Russell, KCB. KCMG. 13 Hussars. 



Frederick Gildea, Scots Fusiliers (21 F.). 

John Withers M'Queeu, CB. Bengal Staff Corps. 

p.s.c. Edward Francis Chapman, CB. R. Artillery. 

Richard Wm. Charles Winsloe, Scots Fusiliers 

(Supernumerary). 

Sir Cromer Ashburnham, KCB. King's R. Rifles 

(60 F.). 
Robert Gordon Rogers, CB. Bengal Staff Corp 

(extra). 

Howard Sutton Jones, CB. Royal Marines (extra), 

George Benjamin Wolselej% York and Lancaster 

Regt. (extra\. 
Francis Wallace Grenfell, King's Royal Rifles 

(extra). 

William Francis Butler, CB. h.p. 69 F. (extra). 

Henry Brasnell Tuson, CB. Royal Marine Artillery 

(extra). 
Herbert Stewart, CB. 3 Dragoon Guards (extra). 

John Dyde, CMG. late Commandant of -Montreal ■ 

Volunteers (Honorary) . 

Casimir S. Gzowski, Staff Officer to Engineer Force 

in Canada (Honorary) . 



Hee Majesty's Sbceetabt of State fob Wae Bight Hon. the Marquis of HARTINGTON, JTP. 

Private Secretary R. H. Hobart. 

, Lt.Colonel H. A. Lascelles, retired pay. 
Assistant Pricate Secretaries J 



Her Majesty's Parliambntaey Undee Secretary of> ^^^ ^ ^^^^^^ _g;„^; „yjIorley. 

State FOB War ) 

Private Secretary A. a'Beckett. 

Her Majesty's Pebmanent Undee Secretary of State | g-.^ j^^^jp^ yr Thompson, KCB. 

Private Secretary J.W.Cooper. 

Assistant Under Secretary of State Colonel H. G. Dcedes,late of 60 Rifles. 

Heb Majesty's Subveyoe General op the Ordnance... 

Private Secretary A. T. Liddell. 

Director of Supplies and Transport Arthur Lawrence Haliburton, CB. 

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

Lieut. General Sir Fred. Alex. Campbell, KCB. Royal 



Director of Artillery and Stores 



Artillery, i Aug. 75. 



..,.„. . J. . i„ .0/ ("Colonel H. J. Alderson, h.p. Royal Artillery. 

Assistant Directors of Artillery and Stores Ut.Colonel S. J. Nicholson, Royal Artillery. 



Director of Contracts 

Director of Clothing 

Assistant Director of Clothing 
Inspector General of Fortification 



Evan C. Nepean. 

George D. Ramsay, CB, 

O. H. Morshead. 

d Director of I Sir Andrew Clarke, CB. KCMG. CLE. Royal Engineers, 

Works [voith rank of Major General) J 10 June 82. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. E. S. E. Childers, Royal Engineers. 

Deputy Director of Works, for Fortifications Colonel J. H. Smith, Royal Engineers. 

Assistant Director of Works, for Fortifications... Colonel H. Schaw, Royal Engineers. 

Deputy Director of Works, for Barracks 

Assistant Directors of Works, for Barracks (Lt.colonel H. Locock, Royal Engineers. 

Inspector of Submarine Defences Lt.Colonel E. D. Malcolm, CB. Royal Engineers. 

The Financial Skcektaby .S/i- Arthur D. Hay ter, JB<. jrP, late Gren. Guards. 

Private Secretary Ralph Dalyell. 

Accountant General R. H. Knox, CB. 

Deputy Accountant General H. T. De la Dere. 

Assistant Accountant General T. Cave-Browne-Cave. 



STAFF OF THE ARMY. 

COlIilANDING IN CHIEF. 
Field Marshal SU Boyal mghness GEORGE "W. F. C. DTJKE OF CAMBRIDGE, KG. KP. GCB. GCMQ. GCSI. 

Colonel of the Grenadier Guards, &c., 15 July 56. 

Private Secretary Lieut. General C. Tyrwhitt, CB. 5 Jan. S2. 

C Colonel R. Bateson, h.p. 1 Life Guards. 
Colonel A. H. Stephens, h.p. Rifle Brigade. 

Aides de Camp - Colonel R. Hale, h.p. 7 Hussars. 

Colonel Lord W. F. E. Seymour, Coldstream Guards, 12 Aug. 82. 
\ Colonel W. E. M. ReOly.'CB. R. Art. (extra). 
Military Secretary Lieutenant General Sir Edmund Augustus Whitmore, iTCB. i Apr. 80. 

Assittanf MiUtaru Secretaries, plajor General Martin Dillon, CS. CSI. i Oct. 78. [12 March 79. 

^uMant Military secretaries iMaj.Gen.StrC.H.BrowBlow.iTCB.Bengal StafrCorps(/orJ[n(?iaji<y?yzirs), 

ADJUTANT GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 

Adjutant General f General Garnet Joseph, Lord Wolseley of Cairo, GCB. GCZIG. 

(, I Apr. 82. 

Deputy Adjutant General Major General Robert B. Hawley, CB. i Oct. 78. 

^"^plct^^a^T.l .!^.ZZ'!L.^Z..t!^i^!'!2. ] ^^J°^ ^<^^^^^^ J- ^- ^- EMngton, CB. 28 Apr. 80. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals iP-'-"' Colonel W. K. Elles, CB. h.p. 38 F. 22 July 78. [Dec. 80 

Assistant Adjutant Generals | Colonel Richard Blundell-Hollinshead-Blundell, h-p. 3 Dragoons, 28 

Ip.s.c. Lt.Colonel W. R. Lascelles, Rifle Brigade, 31 Jan. 78. 
Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals ] p.s.c. Major R. L. H. Curteis, Bedfordshire Regt. (16 F.), 9 Dec. 78. 

(p.s.c. Major L. A. Gregson, East Sun-ey Regt. (70 F.), 25 Mar. 79. 
Inspector General of Recruiting Major General E. G. Bulwer, CB. 1 Jan. 80. 

ROTAI. Aktilleky. 

Deputy Adjutant General Major General Sir C. G. Arbuthnot, KCB. i Sept. 80. 

Assistant Adjutant General Colonel H. L. Geary, 16 Sept. 82. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General Bt.Lt. Colonel J. A. TiUard, 16 Sept. 82. 

ROTAL EnGIXEEKS. 

Deputy Adjutant General Colonel Sir John Stokes, ECB. i April 81. 

Assistant Adjutant General Lt.Colonel Edward Micklem, i Oct. 79. 

QUARTER MASTER GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT. 

Quarter Master General Lieut. Gener.al Sir Arthur James Herbert, KCB. 1 Apr. 82. 

Assistant Quarter Master General Colonel AV. L. Pemberton, CB. h.p. 60 F. i July 80. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General Lt.Colonel G. A. Furse, h.p. 42 F. 19 Mar. 79. 

Deputy Qr.Maater General, Intelligence Branch 

Assist. Qr. Mr. General, Intelligence Branch... p.s.c. Colonel C. J. East, h.p. 57 F. 21 Nov. 79. 

Ip.s.c. Major H. C. Reynolds, Durham Lt. Infantry (106 F.), 13 Aug. 79. 
U.8.C. Bt.Lt.Col. R.J.Maxwell, h.p. Manchester Regt.(96 F,), 13 March 79. 
Deputy Assistant Quarter Masters General, ] p.s.c. Major L. M. Carmichael, 5 Lancers, 21 Dec. 78. 

Intelligence Branch \ p.s.c. Major J. S. Rothwell, Royal Artillery, 9 Apr. So. 

[p.s.c. Captain W. A. H. Hare, Royal Engineers, 13 Julj' 81. 
[p.s.c. Et.Major W. R. Fo.x, Royal Artillery, 21 July 81. 

, ^ 7 ly ikr-ij. x-j *• f Lieut. General Sir C. P. Beauchamp Walker, XC-S. 2 Dragoon Guards, 

Director General of Military Education ^^ 19 Jan. 7S. 

, ., , .^. , j--,r-i-i I7J f Cp.».c. Colonel G. D. Barker, h.p. 64 F. 6 Dec. 76. 

Assistant Directors of Military Education -^^ ^^ Colonel J. P. Battersby, h.p. 60 F. 7 July 80. 

Deputy Assist. Director of Military Education p.s.c. Major S. E. Orr, h.p. 94 F. i Apr. Ba . 

Inspector General of Soyal Artillery Major General Robert P. Radcliffe, i Sept. 80. 

Aide de Camp 

("Colonel Hon. C. W. Thesiger, h.p. 6 Dragoons, 3 April 78. ist Cavalry 
Inspecting Officers of Yeomanry Cavalry in ) District— Head Quarters, York. 

Great Britain ") Colonel W. Mussenden, h.p. 8 Hussars, 28 Dec. 80. ■znd Cavalry Dis- 

L irict—Head Quarters, Aldershot. 

Director General of Army Medical Department Tnomas Crawford, MD. 7 May 82. 

Medical Branch Surgeon General W. A. Mackinnon, CB. 19 June S2. 

Sanitary and Statistical Branch Deputy Surgeon General J. Irvine, MD. 2 Dec. 76. 

Commi'isary General Fitzjames Edward Watt, CB. 14 Feb. 78. 

Assistant Commissary General Reuben Hill Powell, i Jan. 79. 

Principal Veterinary Surgeon J. Collins, 28 June 76. 

Chaplain General -«'. Hec. Pier.s C. Claughton, DD. 7 April 78. 



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Major Generals. 



Majoe Gbxebals. 
Sir Fre'l. ■«'. Jolin Fitz Wygram,Bar/.ss 

ComitfiiiJiui/ CaoaJry Brig, at Alderahot 
George W. A. Hignr'inson,*« CB. Com- \ 

mandhi'i Home District. , j 

Robert Hiiuie," Cli. Commanding a Dioi- ) 

sion of the Bengal Army Ji 

Franci^ Pevtun." CB 

Kohert Pa rker Rwlcliffe, R. Art 

CadwaUader Adam8,*« CB. Commanding \ 

the Brigade at Gibl^tar J 

p.s.c. Robert Carey,** CB 

Tliomiis Liirtitfoot,"' CB 

YIC Hon. Sir Henry Husk Clifford.si < 

CB. KCMG :. 3 

Henry D Ovlr Torrcns," CB. Com-\ 

maihl ."I f ,,;•,^ Vl^f.-lct J 

Henr.v I V ck,55 CB. CMG 

Johu V - , :, ,'U. Com. tr.e Troops t 

i:i (_/..- ,:-/,- .\'r,,.,:s- Settlements J 

Richard (.T. Amlierst Luard," Com. in) 

Chief the Auxiliary Forces in Canada., j 

Henry Ralph Browne'^' 

James Robert Steadman Sayer,'- CB. \ 

C^j„i...,.i , li.[f„st District j 

Ala St ! : )i !:: I : li ■liijaald," Coflijnand- > 

Rnbirt \', :,];,,'■ C 11 . Commanding at\ 

Colchester > 

John Blick Spurgin,6<: CB. CSI. Com- 't 

mandiny a Brigade at Aldershot 3" 

p.s.c. Dominic J. Gamble.es C'5. Coin- ^ 

maiidinn at Barbadoes ) 

George Bryan Mibnan.sa CB. Major of\ 

the I'otcer of London ) 

E. C. H. iorii Clarina,"" Com. Dublin Dist. 
Sir John Russ/i KCB. Commanding a > 

Dioi^ion of the Bombay Army j 

Robert B. Hawley,72 CB. Dep. Adj. General 
Frederick Arthur Willis." CB. Com--) 

mand'jig a Brigade at Aldershot j 

Ron. Percy R. B. Feilding," CB. Com-\ 

manding at Malta 3 

ycr Charles Craufurd. Fraser/S CB.) 

Commanding Cur-^agli District j 

Edward Gascoigne Biilwer,'* CB. \ 

Inspec/or GenerU of Recruiting J 

John Hen. lPordmkiuf!;ton,^°CB. Deputy ) 

Adjutant General for Auxiliary Forces S 

J. W. C. "Williams, R. Marine Ai-t 

Edward N'ewdigate,^^ CB. Commanding) 

South Eisiern District J 

Sir C. Wm. Adair, KCB. R. Marines 

Frederick Marshall, 88 C2IG 

Geortje W. Forbes, R. Marines 

W. H. B. de Horsey^" 

Conyers Tower,!'- CB 

Martin Dillon,'-" CB. CSI.Assist. Mil. Sec. 
e. Wm. Gordon Cameron,'^ CB. Com- ) 

manding Northern District J 

F. John Richards, R. Marines 

William Cosmo Trevor,'^ CB 

Sir John Chetham M'Leod,98 KCB. \ 

Commandinq the Troops in Ceylon J 

rar Mark Wiilker,"!* CB 

Henry Andrew Sarel,'"" CB 

Napier George Campijen, Royal Artillery 
Frederick Richard Maunsoll, CB. R. Eug. 

Charles Pollard, Royal Engineers 

V&Sir F. S. Roberts, Bt. GCB. C'/£.R.Art. 
Randal Jo.seph Feilden,'"- CMG. MP. ) 

for North. Lancashire \ 

Charles M' Arthur, Royal Marines 

Edward Lawes Pym, Roral Marines 

HC Sir James Hills, XC-B. Royal ArtiUery 
Jlon. Richard Monck,i'J» Commanding) 

Chatham District ) 

Henry George Woods'"" 

George Godfrey Pearse, CB. R. Artillery 
p.s.c. Hon. William Henry A. Feilding ... 

John Fulton, Royal Artil'lerj' 

Charles Fred . Torrens Daniell"" 

William Kelty M'Leod 

Edward Howard-Vyse 

Ale.K. Abercromby Nelson,"" CB. Lieut. \ 

Gooernor of Guernsey J 

Edwyn Sherard Burnaby,"' MP. for 1 

North Leicestershire | 

WilUam Wigram Barr\', CB. R. Artillery... 
Hon. David'-M'D. Eraser, CB. R. Artillery 
p.s.c. Henry Peel Yates, CB. R. Artillery 
John Edward Michell, CB. R. Artillery... 
Nath. Octavius S. Turner, CB. R. Artilfery 
Edw. Artliur Williams, CB. R. Artillery 
William Roberts"^ 



I COKXET, 

2ndHEUT. LIEDT. CAPTAIIT. MA JOB. 

lOTBIfSIGN^. 



i Us July ^is'i? May 44 22 Dec. 48 
[4 Feb. 45 12 July 50 



9 Apr. 47 30 Nov. 49 21 Sept. 54 
20 Jan. 41 27 May 42] 3 Sept. 50 
14 Dec. 37 13 Ma.y 40J 9 Nov. 46 
2 Sept. 45 23 Mar. 47I 5 Dec. 51 
tgNov. 4i|i4May 47 
30 Oct. 40 26 June 51 
[3 Apr. 4p'29Dec. 54 



ts Nov. 39 
I June 38 
7 Aug. 46 
i Sept. 49 



May 51 21 Sept.54 
3 Oct. 48 24 Dec. 52129 Dec. 54 



7 July 4. 
29 May 4i 



19 Feb. 58 
Dec. 54 



22 Dec. 48I26 



Jan 
6 July 45 
3 Apr. 46 

23 May 45 
Mar. 46 

15 Oct. 47 
10 Aug. 42 
19 Apr. 44 

24 May 39 
8 Oct. 47 

14 Apr. 46 
:S Aug. 38 

7 Sept. 44 

8 Aug. 45 
3 Dec. 47 14 June 50 

21 Aug. 49 13 Dec. 50 
Aug. 46 30 Mar. 49 



; Sept.46 18N0V. 53 



[4 May 47 1 23 Nov. 52 

19 Sept 

31 Mar. 48 22 Nov. 5c 



26 July 58 
Nov. 55 



2 Nov. 55 8 Oct. 58 
May 54 

Dec. 54 



[2 May 54126 Oct. 58 
26 Oct. 5S 



July 03 23 Mar. 69 



6 June 56 
>4 Mar. 58 

17 Jul.y 55 
6 June 56 
26 Dec. 56 

2 Nov. 55 



6 June 56 
!8 Oct. 59 
4 Apr. 59 
3 Apr. 58 

26 Apr. 59 
20 July 58 
29 July 59 
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30 Sept. 63 
8 Oct. 63 

23 Oct. 63 
.26 Oct. 63 
i 17 Nov. 6 



) ! I Mar. 64 22 July 69 



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48|28 Dec. 49 2 Nov. 55 15 June 58 
6 Feb. 57 21 Oct. 59 

Nov. 47' 6 June 54 15 Deo. 54! 13 Jan. 60 
•. 52 12 Dec. 54 2£ Feb. 60 



June 47 23 Nov. 56 19 Jan. 58 24 Mar. 58 
6 July 52 6 June 56 
Jan. 47 30 Sept. 57 24 Mar. 



25 Feb. 45 

20 Sept. 42 

21 Nov. 5i I 
19 Dec 
II Dec. 39 
8 May 46 



Aug. 46 21 Aug. 51 



7 Jill.y 47 
14 Apr. 4 6 



8 May 38 12 Feb. ,. 

:8 Sept.49 16 Sept. 51 

:7Nov. 40 12 Aug. 43 

22 Nov. 44 

7 June 44 6 June 45 
:8 Mar. 43 14 Nov. 44 

24 May 44] 12 May 47 
6 Mar. 41 3 May 44 
I Mar. 42 22 Jan. 46 

21 Apr. 46 17 Nov. 48 

25 Sept.46 3 Feb. 54 
-3 July 47 15 Dec. 48 

8 Dec. 43 2 Aug. 48 
12 June 46 15 Feb. 54 

Dec. 45 15 Feb. 54 
Dec. 51 31 May 57 

31 Mar. 43 25 Feb. 45 



6 July 41 g Aug. 45 24 Feb. 54 



2 Mar. 49:17 Oct. 51 

13 Oct. 43' 20 Oct. , 

14 June 45 1 2 July 5 



Jan. 53 
29 Dec. 54 
10 Jan. 51 



[6 Jan. 52 24 Mar 



I Apr. 54 



12 Dec. 54 
20 July 58 
;.54 26 Jan. 58 



Oct. 54 

Nov. 54 
30 Apr. 52 

26 Nov. 51 

4 Feb: 59 
8 Apr. 53 

22 Mar. 50 
[8 Jan. 50 
2 Nov. 55 

15 July 53 

5 Aug. 53 
>9 Nov. 50 
'.9 Dec. 54 
■5 Hay 55 
:S Sept.57 

27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 

; Nov. 6c 
I Dec. 53 



n May 65 
2 Dec. 54 
7 May 61 
20 July 58 

24 Apr. 55 



Aug. 43 25 Aug. 47 22 Jtme 55 22 June 601 27 May 
June 53 8 Sept.57 24 Nov. 60 19 Jan. 64 i5 Aug 



23 Mar. 55 



[4 June 45 2 July 51 27 Aug. 58 26 Apr. 59] 4 June 70 

13 Feb. 52I26 .July 53 15 Dec. 54 115 June 60 

14 June 45' 5 May 49 27 Aug. 58 5 July 72^ i Aug. 72 
3 Jan. 45! 7 Mar. 49 20 May 53 12 Dec. 54 7 July 62 
6 June45l3i July 46 24 Sept. 50 27 Jan. 58! 9 Sopt.64 

21 Aug. 491 3 Feb. 54 17 Feb. 57 10 June 62 18 Oct. 64 
6 Mar. 35. 15 Mar. 39 31 July 46 6 June 56 9 Dec. 64 



May 46 9 Nov. 46 17 Feb. 54 2 Nov. 55 24 Mar. 58 
Jan. 43' 14 Jan. 44 27 May 50 2 Nov. 55 26 Apr. 59 
2 May 47 30 June 48 6 Jidj- 54 12 Dec. 54 26 Apr. 59 
[6 Dec. 46 27 Sept.47 20 June 54 2 Nov. 55 26 Apr. 59 
2 May 47 30 June 48 6 Nov. 54 6 June 56 26 Apr. 59 
I Jan. 42: 3 Nov. 42 i Nov. 48 20 July 6021 Juno 62 
z Nov. 70 10 .Tnlv A- ly Aug. 52 2 Nov. cc ^t Don. 6j 



2 Nov. 55 
6 June 56 
2 Nov. 55 



6 June 56 
2 Nov. 55 



' July 58 

20 July 58 

May 60 

26 Apr. 59 

23 Nov. 55 
Jan. 61 

26 Apr. 59 
Dec. 58 

20 Jtme 62 
Apr. 61 

29 May 63 
6 Mar. 63 

10 Nov. 65 

13 Mar. 57 
4 Aug. 63 

[5 Feb. 61 
8 Feb. 63 

21 Nov. 65 
" Dec. 63 

26 Nov. 61 



4 Apr. 64 
23 Apr. 64 

!7 Apr. 64 
6 July 64 

29 July 64 
4 Aug. 64 

18 Sept. 64 
21 Oct. 64 

13 Jan. 65 

21 Feb. 65 

9 Mar. 65 

21 Mar. 65 

30 Mar. 65 
3 Apr. 65 
3 Apr. 65 

18 May 65 
21 May 65 



MAJOB 
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[7 May 69 
[7 May 69 
17 May 6q 
17 May 69 

■7 May 69 



Aug. 69 
Aug. 69 

1 Aug. 69 

2 Jan. 70 
11 Jan. 70 

1 Jan. 70 
:5 Jan. 70 
6 Feb. 70 
22 Feb. 70 
I Mar. 70 
I Mar. 70 
I Mar. 70 
I Mar. 70 
I Mar. 70 
[ Mar. 70 
I Mar. 70 

3 Mar. 70 



7 Oct. 65 26 May 70 
Jan. 66 25 July 70 



23 May 66 
7 Jan. 67 
20 June 67 
23 Oct. 67 

29 May 68 
' Mar. 



6 June 56 
16 Mar. 58 
6 June 56 15 Feb. 61 
24 Mar. 58 15 Feb. 61 

I Sept. 69 

28 Aug. 58 14 June 69 

to Nov. 6- 

[3 Nov. 60 
18 May 60 I Mar. 64 
31 July 67 



I Oct. 77 

t Oct. 77 

[ Oct. 77 

[Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

20 Oct. 77 



o Nov. 7oi25 Dec. 77 
29 Apr. 68 13 Feb. 78 

4 Aug. 68 20 Mar. 78 

5 Aug. 68 I May 78 



5 Aug. 68)25 June 78 
21 Nov. 70 2 Sept. 78 
° ■"-- 68 i6Sept.78 



Dec. 
'.g Jan. 69 j 2 Oct. 78 
15 Feb. 69 II Nov. 78 
:5 Feb. 69'22 Dec. 78 
I Sept.74[3; Dec. 78 
10 Nov. 74131 Dec. 78 
10 Nov. 74 31 Dec. 78 

30 Jan. 75 31 Dec. 73 
I Mar. 69! I Jan. 79 

31 July 72,13 Apr. 79 

25 Dec. 77 4 June 79 
14 Feb. 76 10 July 79 
£4 May 69'i8 Sept. 79 
10 July 69 '30 Jan. So 

I Aug. 77^26 Feb. 80 
28 July 69; 4 Mar. 80 

I Aug. 77 25 Mar. So 
22 Aug. 69 12 Apr. 80 

9 Sept.69 19 Apr. 80 
18 Oct. 69 25 Apr. 80 

9 Dec. 69 29 Apr. 80 

I I I 

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"24 Mar. 66] i May 80 

3 Apr. 661 I May 80 

26 Apr. 67 I May 80 
26 Apr. 67 I May 80 
26 Apr. 67] I May 80 

21 June 671 I May 80 

55 27 Dee. 64 27 Dec. 69 4 May 80 



7 Nov. 63 
Nov. 55! 18 Jan. 61 



19 Dec. 54 ^^ 

7 Aug. 58 26 Apr. 59I 4 June 70 



Majar Generals 



CORNKT 
md LIEUT. 
OrENSIGN. 



2 Sept.48:3i Oct. 51 
I Jan. 42 ; 4 Apr. 43 



24 Mar. 54'24 Apr. 55 
Nov. 481 3 Aug. 60 



igjunees I May 71 7 Aug. 75 



8 Oct. 47 3 Apr. 49 7 May 52 12 Dec. 54 

6 July 41 16 Aug. 45I24 Feb. 54: i Jan. 63 
12 .June 47119 Oct. 49125 Nov. 53:i7 J'ijy 55 

7 Sept. 50; 19 Aug. 51 7 Nov. 54,21 icb. 60 



William Rickman"* 

George V. Johnson, R. Artillery ..^.,.^.. . 
S RH. the Did-- oZ-Ginniautclir,,"^ A6r. 

KT.KP. GCMa. GCSr. Ci'. Rifle Brig. 

FrioateAide de Camp to the Queen ) 

George Neeld Boldero "" ..■•■••■•: 

Hamond W. Gwyn, Royal Marines 

John Peel "« .. - ■■■ ^^ 

Lewis I'MwiiiM Kni-iii' ■'.. j- '. '■, 

William i;,,.v','" '/;. i^-L i ..,n„n,,.h „y \ 

aUr,,,.,.!. :.. I-:,!,;.I > 

Patrick ii<'i"^^i-t'-'^";i;"-:C'"'' '' 

J. F. Peunycuick, Ci'. K. Arti ler.j 

Philip Gosset Pipon, CB. R. Artillery .. 

Geo. Tbo.'^. Field. R. Artillery 

George Snr.inel Ynnn- '^'^ 

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[7 Oct. 51) 6 Juno 54 16 Feb. 55 
7 Apr. 48 5 Dec. 51 29 Dec. 54 '7 July 55 
2 May 47130 June 48 21 Sept. 54 12 Dec. 54 
18 Jan. 42 18 Aug. 43J 5 Pept.4Q 12 Dec. 54 
II Jan. 43 3" Oct. 43*23 May 50, 2 Nov. 55 
16 July 41 '26 July 44! 31 Oct. 52 26 Apr. 59 
...Apr. 49I 6 June 54 23 Mar. 55'i3 Nov. 60 
■ June46'i5Feb. S4I27 Aug.53 
.Vug. 44: 3 Nov. 46! 21 Oct. 53 26 




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+ R R. Maiuwaring, Bengal Stafl Oorps. 
t M T. Ffrench, Madras Staff Corps. ... 
t Alfred Fox Place, Madras Staff Corps. 
n. K. Bume, CB. Bengal Staff Corps. 
t W. S. S;mpson, Madras Staff Corps^..... 
C.T. Aitchison, CI',. IVnnbnv Staff Corr 



t Si'rR.J.Mea.lr. A' 
t J. M. Macgii . 
t Geo. Holroy.l, !■ 
t J. R. M'Mulliii. l;. 
t F. J. B. Priestley, > 
t F. P. Layard, BenL 
t Alfred Cooper, Mai 
+ Arthur Hewlett. ( 
t Geo, >' \'- \"'i''i' 
Sir Cl.:i' ^ I' ' ■, 

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Sii-Chu. I'.K-;,. ■•,'■' 
tWm. D. Mm. I 1 
Thomas Wri,'j, . ' '- 
t Geo.CliffclliH. M,« 
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.Dec! 37:27 Oct. 41 1 10 Apr. 5 
[ Dec. 37ii8 Oct. 39,21 Dec. 52 
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[I Jan. 53 18 Feb. 61 
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, /; •: ' ,-i:iirr.,rps.. 

,,, . ,/, i„ ;,_,ii .T^iuirc... 

im..iiiug, Madras Staff 
ruaiL, Bengal StaU' Corps 
sir G:c.G. R:oss, KCB. Bengal Staff Corps 
Sir P. S. Lumsden, KCB. CSI. Bengal ) 

Staff Corps ■••■•• ■> 

US J. Watson, CB. Bombay b.C. ...^. .. 
t Edw. James Lawder, Madras Staff 0.... 
t Andrew Macqueen, Bengal Staff Corps 
+ George R. PhiUips, Madras Staff Corps 
+ Wm C Anderson, CS/. Bombay Staff C. 
•f Edniond Fra.Burton,Madras Staff Corps 
t George Uvedale Price, Bombay b. C. ... 
t Robson Benson, Madras Staff; Corps ._.... 
+ John Matthew Cripps, Bengal StaH C... 
+ Julius B. Dennys, Bengal Staff Corps ... 
t John Cockburu Hood, Bensal btaff C... 

Francis Mardall, Madras Stall Corjis 

t George Baldock, Madras Stafl ( 'orp.s 
t William LegliCahusac, BoiuIkiv J-.^ t ... 
+ Chas ("nrli^Dnirv, Bengal btatt C orps 
+ Edw ' T ' ■ I ■ - ' I i , Madras Staff Corps 
. Ricl.,; 1,, , , . .,. i I i-h, Madras S. Corps 

F^e'r..!. - iUlyth.iWOB 

John llaii Duuu..' ■' ■■••■••■■- 

Thomas Casey Lyons,"" LJ> 

Reginald Gipps,'^' CB 

Alex. J. H. Elliot,'32 cB ■^■■■■■■■ 

UffiHugh Rowlands,i3*CJ9., Com. aBri-1^ 
gade at Aldershot 3 

John Nason"5 ■^:^4^-^'\"i' 

Sir Charles G. Arbuthnot, ATCB R. Ai-t... 

p.s.c.V€ KrHenryEvelynWood,i-«'j:Cii. (. 
GCMG. Com. the Egyptian Army ) 

Few. Gates Lennox, CB. R. Engineers... 

James Nowell Young, Bengals. Corps... 

Abingdon Aug. Bayly, R. Artillery 

Hem-y Francis Williams"' 

ySiS-Sir Gerald Graham, A'CS. R. Eng. ... 

John Loudon, Madras Staff Corps ........ 

George Byng Harman,!*-* cB. Command- ) 
ing the Garrison of Alexandria ^. j 

Sir Drury Curzon Drury Lowe,''"' KCB... 

Hugh HeefkeO'Connell, JIadras Staff C 

Charles J. Merriman,C.S'/. R. Engineers. 

+ William Alex. Riach, Madi-as Staff^C... 

Augustus Ritherdon, Madras Stall: Corps 

John Irvine Murray, CB. Bengal Staff C 

Duncan James Baillie 

Charles Geo. Gordon, CB.R. Engineers... 

t Percy P. Gardiner. Bengal Staff Corps 

c.s.e.C.O. Creagh-Osborne,"- CB. Com-\ 
mandant of the StaJ College ) 



: 2 June _ 
20 Dec. 47 

4 Apr. 43 
[2 Dec. 40 

8 Jan. 42 

12 Dec. 38 

Jan. 39 



5 July 44 

10 Sept. 52 

30 Nov. 48 
19 Jan. 43 
15 Dec. 44 

11 Nov. 40 

6 July 42 



24 Jan. 39I19 Apr. , 
4 Apr. 41 [16 May 44 

;o Dec. 47123 May 54 
3 Feb. 48 1 27 July 52 
[8 June 39 17 Aug. 44 
[8 June 39 21 Aug. 43 



[8 June 39 1 2 Jan. 
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iSSept. 39I31 May 24 
10 Dec. 39j 3 Oct. 40 

10 Dec. 39 30 Apr. 42 

11 Dec. 39 16 July 42 
3 Jan. 40I12 Nov. 42 



>9 Jan. 40 
8 Feb. 40 
[5 Feb. 40 
;i Mar. 40 
14 Apr. 40 
1 1 June 40 

20 Aug. 40 
4 May 49 

21 Sept. 52 
31 Oct. 45 



8 July 48 
;5 Sept. 49 

9 May 46 

17 June 43 
7 Sept. 55 

27 June 48 
21 Aug. 40 

13 Dec. 45 
19 May 43 
19 June 5c 
21 Aug. 40 

18 Sept. 49 

28 July 54 
30 Aug. 40 

14 June _ 
6 Sept. 40 

16 Sept. 40 

10 Dec. 42 
28 Feb. 45 
23 June 52 
27 Sept. 40 

1 8 June 41 



5 Nov 

4 Dec 
3 Jan 

13 Oct. 43 

6 July 42 

5 Mar 
Oct 



3 Nov. 58 15 Feb. 61 

4 Apr. 58 16 Ap 



[5 May 55 
[7 Apr. 56 
[9 Apr. 51 
t5 Jan. 54 
20 Sept.53 

10 Maj' 52 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 

I May 54 
18 June 54 
18 June 54 

11 Sept. 50 

7 Mar. 48 

5 July 49 
22 Feb. 53 

I Sept. 50 

6 Jan. 52 

10 June 50 20 Mar. 57 

8 Feb. 55 x8 Feb. 6 
20 .Tune 48! 18 Feb. 6 

4 Aug. 53 1 18 Feb. 6 
,4 Apr. 
.1 June __ 
:o Aug. ii 



25 Feb. 6l 
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18 Feb. 6 
24 Mar. 58 
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:8 Feb. 61 
[8 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
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29 Apr. 64 

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21 Apr. 51 

4 Sept. 49 
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7 Feb. 54 

16 July 42 
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20 Dec. 44 

17 Feb. 54 

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21 June 50 

7 Nov. 54 
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24 Jan. 49 
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7 Sept. 45 
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22 Dec. 54 
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21 Aug. 55 

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20 Oct. 53 
27 Aug. 58 

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10 Oct. 51 

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I Apr. 59 

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8 Feb. 61 
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3 Mar. 63 

26 Apr. 59 
6 June 56 

17 July 55 
2 Nov. 55 

(7 July 55 
2 Nov. 55 
19 Aug. 62 
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18 Feb. 61 

5 July 72 

19 Jan. 58 
22 Nov. 59 
18 Feb. 61 

2 Nov. 55 
10 June 62 
18 Feb. 61 



18 Feb. 61 
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6 Aug. 65 
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3 Jan. 66 
29 Jan. 66 

8 Feb. 66 
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31 Mar. 66 

4 Apr. 66 
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20 Aug. 66 

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25 Nov. 65 
25 Dec. 65 

2 Feb. 58 

8 June 63 
28 Nov. 65 

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3 Jan. 7 
29 Jan. 7 

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5 Jan. 7 
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I Apr. 74 

26 Apr. 67 
21 Aug. 71 

1 Aug. 77 
18 Apr. 71 
15 Feb. 69 
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2 June 71 
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6 Sept. 66 6 Sept. 7 
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Major Genvrith. 



COENET, 
2Ildl.IEUT. 
OrBNSIGN. 



Arthur James Lyon-Fremantle lo Dec. 5: 

t Thomas GUlilan, Madras Staff Corps ...12 Dec. 40 
t Sir Lewis Pelly, KCB. KCSI. BomO , -^ 

barStaff Corps i ' 

Anthony Chas. Cooke, CB. R. Engineers 17 June 

Henry Wraj', CMG. R. Engineers 20 Dec. 

Alex.'Hugh Cobbe,'* CB 16 June 43 

Chas.R.O.Evans, Royal Artillery 1 17 June 43 

James Edward Cordner, Royal Artilleryjia Dec. 45 
Fred. "Weston Peile, R. Engineers ti Dec. 46 



LIEUT. 



29 Apr. 53 
9 June 43 
4 Jan 
I Apr. 46 



6 Nov. 54 

T Sonf. co'i 



; Feb. 61 
Dec. 55' 18 Feb. 61 



17 Feb. 54 



Apr. 46:17 Feb. 54 
10 Jan. 45 21 July 48 
Feb. 45 6 June 51 
Jan. 52l27Aug. 58 
^, . Aug. 54,27 Aug. 58 
t Henry Rawlins Drew, Bengal Staff C...|22 Dec. 40 16 Aus. 42j22 Dec. 55 
Charles Hayes Abdy, Madras Staff Corps 22 Dec. 4°! 6 Feb. 44 22 Deo. 55 
t John T. Francis, Bombay Staff Corps... 12 Jan. 41 

t Aug. F. Baird, Bengal Staff Corps 17 Feb. 41 

James Marquis, Bengal Staff Corps 17 Feb. 41 

Alfred B. Little. Bombay Staff Corps ... lo Dec. 42 
John Loms Nation, CB. Bengal Staff C...| 8 Mar. 41 
Allen B. Johnson, CB. Bengal Staff C... 27 July 46 
YC Sir H. T. Macpheraon, KCB. KCSI. ) ',„ „ , 

Bengal Staff Corps ;..; -«^ei3. 4d 

t John P. Watts, Madras Staff Corps 30 Mar. 

■William Gordon, CIE. Bengal Staff C 

Owen Lewis Cope "Williams, MP. for \ 

Ch-eat Marhw S 

John fl inburn Laurie'^^ 

V& Harry N. D. Prendergast, CB. R. ",1 

Engineers J 

Richard Thos. Glyn,'" CB.CMG- 

Francis ^Villiam Hastings, Royal Ai-t 

George Hyde Page, '« 

George Edw. Baynes'*' 

"WilUam Cooper--'* 

■£€ Sir John C. M'Neill,"' KCB.-) 

KCMG. i:querryto the Queen ..) 

C. Lyons-Montgomery, Bengal Staff C... 
Alex. HaiTy Dawson, Royal Artillery ... 
Elliot Minto Playfair, Royal Artillery ... 
Sic Geo. Richards Greaves, '^1 KCMG. I 

CB. Adjutant General inlndia 5 

Son. James C. Dormer,"2 CB. Chief of\ 

the Staff in 'Egypt i 



2 Nov. 55 
18 Nov. 64 

2 Nov. 55 
30 Jan. 63 

5 July 72 



Apr. 60 



6 Sept. 71 



12 Dec. 66 12 Dec. 71 
12 Dec. 66 12 Dec. 71 
II Mar. 65 6 July 72 
6 July 67: 6 July 72 
28 July 64 30 Oct. 71 
9 Feb. 651 9 Feb. 70 
1 Aug. 72' 1 Aug. 77 
I Jan. 70! I Jan. 75 
22 Dec. 6622 Dec. 71 



I Apr. 82 
I Apr. 82 
I .Apr. 82 
7 Apr. 82 
26 Apr. 82 
6 May 82 
10 May 82 
12 May 82 
)7May 82 
29 June I 



22 Dec. 66 22 Dec. 71.29 June 82 
Jan. 45 29 July 53 18 Feb. 6iii2 Jan. 67*12 Jan. 72 i July 82 

1 Mar. 46115 Jan. 5518 Feb. 6i'i7Feb. 67 '17 Feb. 72 i July 82 

5 Feb. 43'i7 Feb. 56 18 Feb. 61J17 Feb. 67 17 Feb. 72I i July 82 
21 Jan. 46 20 July 57 20 July 58 26 Feb. 67I26 Feb. 72 1 July 82 

2 Aug. 47 8 Mar. 56 8 Mar. 61 8 Mar. 67' 8 Mar. 72 ^ i July 82 

6 Feb. 511 5 Oct. 5720 July 58:11 Mar. 67:11 Mar. 72' i Jaly 82 
Mar. 



: June 
12 May 54 
2 Sept. 53 



13 July 48; 6 Oct. 57|2oJuly58 

24 Jan. 45 30 Mar. 56 30 Mar. 6: 

14 Mar. 45 15 Jan. 53 

25 Jan. 56 1 7 May 58 



Dec. 



8 June 54 27 Apr. 58 
6 Aug. 50 24 June 53 
■J June 43I 5 Apr. 45 



23 Apr. 
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5 June 43 
9 Dec. 50 
12 June 41 
12 Dec. 45 

11 Dec. 46 
30 Nov. 49 

12 May 53 



12 May 57 
7 Apr. 63 
7 Sept. 55 

24 July 51 



June c 



12 May 43 1 26 Jan. 

12 Dec. 43' 17 Oct. 48 
31 Oct. 45I26 Jan. 55 

13 Aug. 55I31 Aug. 60 
24 Jan. 45! 12 June 56 

4 June52|27 Aug. 58 
II May 54^27 Aug. 58 



13 Mar. 67 13 Mar. 72 
30 Mar. 67*30 Mar. 72 j 
II June 67 II June 72 
7 Dec. 66, 7 Dec. 71 
9 Apr. 61 12 Dec. 66 12 Dec. 71 
8 Apr. 63 15 Aug. 68 1 30 Jan. 75 
23 July 61 1 13 Feb. 67,13 Feb. 72 
2 Nov. 55' 5 June 65 5 June 70 
26 Jan. 55,29 Jan. 63 8 itar. 72 
19 Jan. 58 I Apr. 66 30 Mar. 72 
16 May 65 17 Apr. 67,17 Apr. 72 



:6 Jan. 52 

I 

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Oct. 59 
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8 Oct. 61 
2 June 61 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

I Mar. 64 



I Mar. 64 
:2 June 67 
I Aug. 72 
I Aug. 72 



25 Apr. 72 
12 June 72 
1 Aug. 77 
I Aug. 77 



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4 June 59 21 Aug. 70 21 Aug. 75 



July 82 

July 82 

July 82 

21 July 82 

3 Sept. 82 

6 Sept. 82 

30 Sept. 82 

I Oct. 82 

I Oct. 82 

I Oct. 82 

I Oct. 82 

I Oct. 82 

I Oct. 82 

I Oct. 82 

I Oct. 82 

25 Oct. 82 

18 Nov. 82 



War Services of the General Officers. 

1 Lt General J. A. Ewart served throughout the Eastern campaign from the first landing at Gallipoli in April 
1854 untU the final evacuation of the Crimea in June 1856 ; present with the 93rd Highlanders at the battle of Alma, and 
untU after the occupationof Balaklava ; appointed a D.A.Q.M. General 26th Sept. 1854, andas such was present at the 
battles of Balaklava and Inkerman, and throughout the siege operations before Sebastopolup to 13th Feb. 1855, when he 
rejoined the 93rd on promotion ; accompanied the exiiedition to the Sea of Azoff, and was at the capture of Kertch and 
Yeinikali; afterwards present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assatdts on the i8th June and 8th Sept. (Medal 
with four Clasps, Brevet of Major and Lt. Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 
5th Class of the Medjidie) . Served in Bengal during the Indian mutiny ; was at an engagement near Bunnee, and 
afterwards at the final relief of Lucknow ; held for a short time a command consisting of three squadrons of Cavalry, 
5 guns and 500 Infantry (specially named in despatches, and appointed a CB.) ; and on the i6th 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 encoimter with the two native ofiicers 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 Cawnpore on 
the I St Dec. 1857 (Medal with Clasp, Aide do 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. 

* Lt.GeneralMaitlandservedinthe 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 DeputyAssistantAdjutantGeneral 
to the 4th Division, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman (dangerously wounded), and siege ot 
Sebastopol (Medal with fourClasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

5 Sir Charles "Walker served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Aide de Camp to the Earl of Lucan, including the 
battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol ; was also at the Cavalry affair the day pre- 
vious to Alma ; at the surprise of the Russian rear-guard at M'Kenzie's Farm ; and served as a volunteer on board 
H.M.S. Bellerophon at the bombardment of Sebastopol on the 17th October (Medal with four Clasps, 5th Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the field in India in 1859, first in command of a Field Force at Secrora in 
Oude near which place he defeated the rebels on 27th April, and afterwards in command of the Column which 
accompanied Sir Hope Grant to the Nepaul Frontier, inclucUng the action of the Jerwah Pass (Medal). Served in 
China throughout the campaign of i860 as Assistant Qr. Master General of Cavalry, and was present at the actions 
of the 12th August, i8thand 21st Sept., and in the advance on Pekin (C£., Medal with Clasps). Served in the cam- 
paign of 1866 in Bohemia and Moravia as British Military Commissioner at the Head Quarters of the Second Prussian 
Army under H.R.H. the Crown Prince, and was present at the battles of Nachod and Koniggratz (Medal). The 
2nd Class of the Red Eagle with Swords offered to him_ by the King of Prussia he was prevented from accepting 
by existing regulations, but having received permission to accept and wear the 1866 Medal it was forwarded to him 
directly by the King of Prussia, accompanied by an autograph letter from His Majesty. Served throughout the 
Franco-German war in 1870-71, as British Military Commissioner at the Head Quarters of the 3rd German Army 
under H.R.H. the Crown Prince of Prussia, and was present at the battles of "Weissemburg, "Worth, and Sedan, and 
throughout the investment of Paris, and received the permission of Her Majesty to accept and wear the Iron Cross, 
and the Medal granted at the termination of the campaign. 

Sir A. J. Herbert served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles in the Crimea and; the 
siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

8 Lt.General the Honourable Leicester Smyth served in the Kaffir war of 1852-53 (Medal) ; also at the Battle of 
Berea. Served the Eustern Campaign of 1854-55 as Assistant Military Secretary to Lord Raglan, and afterwards to 
General Simpson (Medal with Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Sardinian 
and Turkiflh Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

'0 Lt.General Stephenson served in the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, 
and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol and sortie on the 26th October. Was Military Secretary to the Comjmander in 



War Sen-ices of the General Officers. 9 

Chief in the Crimea from early in July until Nov. 1855 (Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 4th 
Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served aj Assist. Adjutant General to the expeditionary force in Chma 
■from March 1857 to 14th Feb. i860, and nresent at the capture of Canton in Doc. i»57 ; and served as Deputy 
Adjutant General to the force under Sir Hope Grant from 14th Feb. i860 to i6th March 1861, present at the storm- 
iing and capture of the Taku Forts, the actions of the i8th and 21st Sejjt., and sulDsequent advance on Pekin {CB., 
Brevet of Colonel, Medal with three Clasps). 

" Sir Edmund Whitmore served in the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Aide de Camp to Sir George Brown, includmg 
the battles of Alma (horse shot) and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

" Lord Alexander Russell served with the ist Battalion Rifle Brigade in the Kaffir war of 1852-53 as D. A.Q.M.G. 
■to the ist Division, and was present at the battle of Berea— mentioned in General Orders (Medal, and Brevet of 
Major). Served also in the Crimea from the nth July 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and com- 
manded the ist Battalion from the 25th October 1855 until the evacuation of the Crimea (Medal with Clasp, Brevet 
of Lt. Colonel, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

" Lord Wolseley served with the 80th Regiment in the Burmese war of 1852-53 (Medal for Pegu), was with the 
■ expedition under Sir John Cheape against the robber chief Myattoon, and was severely wDunded when leading the 
storming party against the chief's stronghold on the 19th March imeutioned in desjrii -in i. T. 1 .aiil in the Crimea 
with the goth Ligiit Infantry on 5thDec. 1854. and wasemployedinthctreiichesasAcii' _ i: .. :■ until Sebastopol 
wastaken; was'engaged in the assault and defence of the Quarries on 7th June, .-lud ■ 1 : ,■■ frenches atthe 

attack ofthe iSth June; severely wounded in a sortie 30th August, when in charL^o •'<: li, ;!■!, ,1 nrcl sap— several 
times mentioned in despatches (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor 5th i 'I.iss of the Medijdie, and 
Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaigns of 1857-59, and was present at the relief of Lucknow, defence 
of the Alumbaghby Outram, with the several engagements there, siege and capture of Lucknow, subsequently as 
D.A.Q.M. General to Grant's division and with it at the affair of Baree, action at Nawabarunge, and all the others 
fought by that force (repeatedly mentioHed in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasi)). Served in the war 
of 1S60 in China upon the Quarter Master Gener.il's Staff, and was present at theassault of the T:iku Forts, and in all 
the engagements throughout the campaign (Medal with two Clasps). Commanded the Expedition sent in 1870 from 
Canada to the Red River Territory for the suppression of the Rebel Government established at Fort Garry against 
the Queen's authority, and was created a Knight of St. Mich-nel and St. George for his services upon that occasion. 
Was Governor and Commander ofthe Forces on the Gold Coast during the Ashanti War of 1873-74 (received the 
thanks of both Houses of Parliament, promoted to be Major General for distinguished service in the field, GCMG. 
XCB. and Medal with Clasp). Was sent to South Africa in June 1879 as Go-^ernor and Higii Commissioner of 
Natal and lands adjacent, with local rank of General. Completed the sjibjugation of the Zulus and brought the 
Zulu war to a conclusion. Afterwards overpowered Sekukuni's hostile nation and destroyed their stronghold ; and 
finally subdued the disaffected Boers and completed the annexation of the Transvaal (GCJ3., Medal with Clasp). 
Was Commander in Chief of the British Expeditionary Army throughout the Egj^ptian warof 1SS2, in which cam- 
paign that Army in the space of 25 days effected disembarkation at Ismailia, traversed the desert, and seized the 
■capital of Egypt together with its citadel and the rebel chief, having in that period fought and defeated the enemy 
five times— finally at Tel-el-Kebir where the enemy's strongly entrenched position was taken at the point of the 
bayonet after an'arduous night march, all his guns captured', and his army overwhelmed (received the thanks of 
both Houses of Parliament, raised to the Peerage, promoted General for distinguished service in the field, Medal 
with Clasp, iind ist Class ofthe Osmanieh). 

16 Sir Frederick P. Maude served the Gwalior campaign of 1843-44 as Adjutant of the Buffs, and was present at 
the battle of Punniar on 29th Dec. 1843— horse shot under him^ (Bronze Star). Served in the Crimean campaign 
from April 1855. including both assauUs on the Redan on i8th June, in reserve, and 8th September, and siege and 
fall of Sebastopol. Commanded the Buffs from 3rd August till the 8th Sept., on which date he commanded the 
covering and ladder party of the 2ud Division, furnished by his regiment, at the final assault on the Redan — 
dacgerously wounded, mentioned in despatches. For his conspicuous and devoted bravery on this occasion he was 
recommended by his Regiment for, and received, the Victoria Cross (Medal with Clasii, Brevet (jf Lt. Colonel, CB., 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Commanded the 2nd Division 
Peshawar Valley Field Force during the campaign of 1878-79 in Afghanistan (mentioned in despatches, thanks of 
both Houses of Parliament, KCB., and Medal). 

1* Sir Robert Bright served the Eastern campaign ol 1854-55 with the 19th Regiment, including the battles 
•of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and storming ofthe Redan on the iSth June and 8th Septem- 
ber—mentioned in despatches (Medal vith three Clasps, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Knight ofthe Legion of Honor, 5th 
Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal) . Commanded as Brigadier General the ist Brigade Hazara Field Force 
of 1868, including the expedition against the tribes on the Black Mountain (mentioned in despatches; thanked by 
the Government of India, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

'^ Sir George Willis served uninterruptedly throughout the Eastern campaign from April 1854 to July 1856 ;— 
with the 77th Rcgt. until May 1855, after which as D.A.Q.M. General at Head Quarters, and as A.Q.M. General of the 
4th Division ; was present at the affairs on the Bulganac and at Balaklava, battles of Alma and Inkerman, assault of 
the Quarries, attack ofthe Redan on i8th June, battle of Tchernaya, final assault of the Redan on 8th Sept., and 
served for upwards of seven months in the Trenches, including the repulse of several sorties, and was frequently in 
•command in the advance Trenches (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Grand Officer of the 
Legion of Honor, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Egyptian war of 
TS82 in command of the ist Division and was present at the engagements of El Magfar, Tel-cl-Mahuta, and 
Kassasin (9th Sept.), and in the battle of Tel-el-Kebir— slightly wounded (five times mentioned in despatches, 
leeeived the thanks of both Houses of Parhament, KCB., Medal with Clasp, and 2nd Class ofthe Osmanieh). 

^^ Lt.General Glyn served as Field Adjutant to the Force under Sir Harry Smith in the action with ;ind defeat 
of the rebel Boers at Boem Plaats (horse killed). Served with the Rifle Brigade in the Kaffir war of 1832-53 C^Iedal). 
Also the Eastern campaign as a Brigade Major and Assistant Adjutant General in the Light Div-isiou, meluding the 
battles of Alma ;ind Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of .Major and Lt.Colonel, 
Knightof the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served the Indian campaigns of 
1857-59, including the defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at Cawnpore on 6th December, final capture of Lucknow, 
action at Nawabgunge (commanded BattaUon), and subsequent operations (Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

23 Lt.General Conolly served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Brigade Major to the Heavy Cavalry Brigade, 
including the battle of Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 
5th Class ofthe Medjidie, and Toxkish Medal). 

^5 Lt.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 Sebastopol— severely wounded in the Trenches on the 
i6th of April (mentioned in despatches. Medal with three Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of the 
Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

-' Lt.General D. Anderson was present with the 22nd Regiment at the taking and destruction of the villages 
in the Boree Valley in the Pesha-wur district in November 1853 (Medal with Clasp). 

25 Lt.General Radcliffe 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 ofthe 1 8th 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, andCS.). 

'° Lt.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 
and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

'2 Lt.General W. Payn served with the 53rd Regiment in the Sntlej campaign 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 tribes on the Peshawur Frontier. Served 
in the Crimea in command of a Regiment of the Turkish Contingent, and was present with that Force from June 



lo H ci'' Scj'ciccs of Ihe Uaeral Ojjlccrs. 

1S33 until its disliaudment in May 1856 (Brevet of Major, Turkish Medal, and 4tli Class of the Medjidie). 
Served in the Infiian campaign of 1857-58, including the actions of the 26th 27th and 28th Nov. at Cawupore, 
under General 'Winillum, battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec. and pursuit of the Gwalior Contingent to Serai Ghat, 
action of Khndagunge and entry into Futtehghur, affair of Shuuishabad, storm and capture ofMeangunge, in 
command of the left, attack, siege -and capture of Lucktiow, and affair of Koorsie ; commanded the 53rd through- 
out the hot weather campaign and passage of the Gooratee and occupation of Sultanpore, present with the Regi- 
ment at the passage of the Gogi-a at Fyzabad oq 25th Nov., aution of Toolsepore. and minor affairs (mentioned 
five times in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, C.B., Medal with Clasp). 

3* Lord Chelmsford served \vith the Grenadier Guards in the Crimea from the 31st May 1855, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the 
Medjidie). Served with the 05th Regiment in the Indian campaign (Medal). Served in the Abyssinian campaign 
in 1S6S 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 Kwfir war of 1878, and in the Zulu war of 1879, being present at the engagements of Gingin- 
dhlovu and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp, and GCB.). 

3s Lieut. 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 Lucknow (charger wounded), and subsequent operations, action 
of Nawabgunge (in command of three squadrons of the Regiment), and reoccupation of Fyzabad. Commanded the 
Regimentlhroughout the Oude campaign, including the action of Jamo (wounded), assault and capture of Binvah, 
and Trans-Gogra affairs at Buugaon (Gazetted Brevet Major on 20th July 1858, frequently mentioned in despatches, 
Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

37 Sir Archibald Alison served with the 72nd Highlanders the Eastern campaign of 1855, including the expedition 
to Kertch, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and attack of the i8th June (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, and Tru-kish 
Medal). Served as Military Secretary to Lord Clyde in India during the campaign from August 1857 to March 1858, 
and was severely wounded (lost left arm) at the relief of Lucknow (Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 
Was Brigadier General of the European Bi igade and Second in Command throughout the Ashanti war from 
December 1873; led the Brigade at the battle of Amoaful, capture of Becqua, battle of Ordahsu. and capture of 
Coomassie (thanks of Parliament, and KCB., Medal with Clasp). Served throughout the Egyptian war of 1882. 
Commanded the troops in Egypt from the occupation of Alexandria until the arrival of Sir Garnet Wolseley, and 
formed the entrenched position at Ramleh, thereby effectuady covering Alexandria and at the same time 
threatening the enemy's position. Commanded the 3rd Brigade (the Highlanders) from the arrival of Sir Garnet 
Wol.seley to the end of the war, and was present in the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, received 
the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, promoted Lieat.General for distinguished service in the field. Medal with 
Clasp, and 2nd Class of the Osmanieh). On the termination of the war he was appointed to the command of the 
British army of occupation in Egypt. 

'8 Sir Frederick FitzWy gram served in the Crimea with the 6th Dragoons, was present at the battle of Tchernaya 
and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Tro-kish Medal). 

" Major General G. W. A. Higginson served throitghont the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, as Adjutant 3rd Bat- 
talion Grenadier Guards, including the battles of Alma. Balaklava, and Inkerman (horse killed), siege and fall of 
Sebastopol ; after which he served as Brigade Major of the Guards until the conclusion of the war (Medal with 
four Clasps. Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and 
Turkish Medal). 

*=^ Major General R. Hume served the Eastern campaign of 1S54, and up to the 13th Jan. 1855, 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 ol the sortie of 26th October, and assaults of the Redan on the iSth June and 
8th Sept. — severely wounded, and mentioned in despatches (Medal 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- 
tan expedition, including the attack and recapture of Dewangiri in 1865 (Medal with Clasp). 

♦* Major General F. Peyton served in the 98th Regt. with the expedition to the north of China in 1842, and was pre- 
sent at the operations in the Yangtsekiang River, the attack and capture of Chin Kiang Foo, and at the landing 
before Nankin (Medal). Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 (Medal). Served with the Plank 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 
(mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp) . Commanded four Companies of the 98th Regt. in the Peshawur Expe- 
ditionarj' Force on the Euzofzie Frontier under Sir Sydney Cotton in April and May 1858, capture of Pungtar and 
Chinglee, and the affair with the Hindostanee fanatics on the Heights of Sittana on 4th May (mentioned in 
despatches). In the Peshawur Division during the Sepoy mutiny in 1858. 

*« Major General C. Adams served throughout the campaign in the Crimea in 1854-55-56 with the 49th Regiment, 
including the battles of the Alma and Inkerman (wounded), siege and fall of Sebastopol, sortie on 26th Oct., and 
assaults of the Rdan on i8th June and 8th September (mentioned in despatches, Medal with three Clasps, 
Brevets of Major and Lt. Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

** Major General Robert Carey served with the 40th Regt. throughout the operations in Candahar and Affghan- 
istan in 1841-42 (Medal) . Sei-ved in the Crimea with the Turkish Contingent as Assistant Quarter Master General to 
a Division, and afterwards in command of a Brigade, for which he received the Brevet of Major, 4th Class of the Med- 
jidie, and Turkish Medal. As Deputy Adjutant General in Australia, served wdth the force emplo.yed in New Zealand 
vmde'r General Pratt during the Maori war of 1860-61 (CB.). Served as Deputy Adjutant General throughout the 
campaign of 1863 in the Waikato district, being present at Rangiriri (promoted Colonel) ; also in the campaigns of 
1864-65 in the Waikato, Tauranga, and Wanganui districts; present at the actions at Paterangi, Te Awamutu, 
Orakau, Pukehinahina, Nukumaru, and other engagements during the war ; served also the campaign of 1866 in 
the Taranaki and Wanganui districts, and was present at the captui-e of Otapawa and Waikoto as well as the opera- 
tions in the forest round Mount Egmont (Medal). 

50 Major General Lightfoot served as Brigade Major to the 5th Brigade at the second relief of Lucknow and at the 
defeat of the Gwalior rebels at Cawnpore, present at the passage of the Kala Nuddee, commanded the 84th Regt. 
at the Alumbagh, from the 23rd Jan. to the loth March 1858 ; also at the captui-e of Lucknow, relief of Azimghur, 
pursuit of Koer Sing, and all the operations in the Shahabad district, with those which ended in the ejection of 
the rebels from the Jugdespore Jungles, untd 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.). 

5' Sir Henry Hugh CUfford was at the battle of Boem Plaats in 1848, and served in the Kaffir war of 
1852-53 (Medal) . Also the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Aide de Camp to Major General BuUer, and on the return 
of that officer 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 
Leigon of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Appointed Assistant Quarter Master General to 
the China expeditionary force in March 1857, and was present as Head of Department at the operations before and 
taking of Canton in Dec. 1857 and Jan. 1858 (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and Medal with Clasp). 

" Major General Torrens served in the Eastern campaign as Aide de Camp to Brigadier General Torrens, including 
the battle of Inkerman — mentioned in despatches (wounded, and horse shot under him) — and siege of Sebastopol ; 
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 reUeving army during its 
march from Lucknow to Cawnpore after the relief of the Lucknow garrison, defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at 
Cavrapore on 6th Dec. 1S57, 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). 

ss Majot General Crealock landed with the 90th Lt. Infantry at Balaklava on 5th Dec. 1854, andsei-ved at the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol. Commanded a party of the Regt. in reserve at the storming of the Quarries, and assisted 



War Services of the General O^fflcers. -ir 

n holding tliivt work against the attacks of the Russians dm-ing the following day ; present with his Regt. at the 
ittacks oif the Redan on the iStli June and Sth Sept. (mentioned in despatches) ; appointed D. A. Q. M. General at Head 
luartcrs on 17th Sept. and at <!'onstniitinople in Dec. 1S55 (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Med- 
idiu, and Turkish Medal). .Vi, :ii( UL .\ . (,'. "t. CI ncial to the China expeditionary force in March 1857, and was 
irr>, lit at the whole of til. , - ■. I .. 1 57 iiml .(iiu. losS (Hrevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

>i'r\.il ill the Indian ciiiiii I i: 1 ruh, ii!iirrr;iii>-( ;.i,u'i:i during 1858-59 on the Staff of Sir Wm. 

Mini^tield, including the iHii-ii- ' i ; in r. illy mni mm hji h.-iiipdre (iiieiitioiied in despatches, Medal with Clasp). Ap- 
jointed Military Secretary to Lord Kl.n'in, specuil aiuhassador in China, m March i860, and was attached to the Head 
Quarters of the British Armj' during the war of that year, including the action of Sinho, capture of the forts of 
JTangkoo and Taku, action of Palichau, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). Served in the Zulu war 
af 1879 in command of the ist nivisiou (Medal with Clasp, and CMG.). 

I 5T Major UeneralJ. N. Smui i ii 1 iimituil the gsthRegimentas its Junior Captain on the Eastern Expedition of 

^854, and was recommeml '• ■ , il . u lor the Turkish Medal for the Dauubian campaign, he having gone 

|)n leave to the Danube, w I 1 , ;, volunteered liis services to that General, who was then searching for 

)oats to cross the river ai I 1 in '. lii- I: 1 ans. He served in the Crimean campaign in 1854-55, including the 
Dattle of Alma (wounded, ami i-peeially iinutioued in the Commanding Officer's official report fur " determined 
)ravery while leading the attack of the right wing " of the 95th Regiment up the heights of the Alma), repulse of 
,he powerful sortie on the 26th Uctol.ier, Viattle of Inkerman (where he succeeded to the command of the 95th Regt. 
md brought it out of action, and at a crisis when every rifle was of vital importance he used one with remarkable 
jffect, especially when cut off from our position by the Russian Column that occupied the ground whence the gsth 
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 Officer" (Medal 
(vith 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 he 
iommanded the advanced guard (mentioned in despatches), taking of Tonghoo, and placed in permanent command 
3f the advanced outpost towards the Taku Forts (mentionef' in despatches). Appointed Commandant of the Taku 
Forts and AUied Commissioner. Comiiieiidcl liy Sir Robert Napier for "good judgment, determination, and high 
nilitaiy quahties," and recomnii mli 'I tn tli' Commander in Chief by Sir Hope Grant in the following words: — 
'I would most strongly recorimei 111 1 lo- 1 Miner to the favourable consideration of His Royal Highness. He was one 
)f the most active and useful offierr> m ilie iield, who was in a iDosition of great responsibility, and who performed 
lis duties to my entire satisfaction " (LB.. Medal with Clasp). 

'8 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 at Head Quarters from June 1855, including the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie) . Served 
.n 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, Medal with Clasp). 

" 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 iSth June and Sth Sept. Served as Aide de Camp and subsequently as 
Major of Brigade to Major General Ridley, ist Division, during the latter part of the campaign (Medal 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 1860-61 to China. Proceeded in Command of Forces sent to Japan for 
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 (Ulicei- in eonmiand of the Forces in China. 

^^ Major General Sayer served with th.' 1 .~i I mm u. .. m Gds. in the Crimean campaign from i6th Aug. 1855, including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal wnh cia-p, and Turkish Medal). Commanded the Regiment in China 
throughout the campaign of 1S60, incluiliiiLc the artimi of Sinho, and those of the i8th and 21st Sept., also the sur- 
render of Pekin (mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with Two Clasps). 

" Major General Macdonald served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Aide de Camp to General Pennefather (in- 
Bluding the Ijattles of the Alma (severely wounded) and Inkerman (severely wounded), and siege of Sebastopol (Medal 
«vith three Clasps, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal) . 

«5 Major General K. White served in the Eastern campaign of 1854 with the 17th Lancers, including the affair of 
Bulganak, battles of Alma and Balaklava, and siege of Sebastopol. At Balaklava he led the squadron of direction, 
was severely wounded, and had his horse shot (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, 
and Tm-kish Medal). Proceeded with his Regiment to India in 1857, and served throughout the campaign in 
Central India in 1858-59, part of the time in command of a Flying Column, including the ccUon of Barode 
(Medal). 

'^ Major General Spurgin served with the ist Madras Fusiliers in the Burmese war of 1852-53, including the taking 
of Pegu, and its subsequent defence (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Served in suppression of tlic mutiny in Bengal in 
1857-58 ; commanded the troops proceeding by steamer in July 1857 from Allahabad to Cawiiporc covering the right 
3f Havelock's Column and engaging the enemy on two occasions, on the fii'st landed his Ibrce repulsed the rebels 
and captured their 6-pounder gun ; was Stafl' Officer to General Neill at Cawnpore, afterwards Brigade Major to the 
[St Brigade and was with it dm-ing its advance and entry into Lucknow on 25th Sept., defence of the Residency and 
subsequent operations at the Alumbagh under Outram; also served asa Brigade Major at the capture of Kaiserbagh, 
md capture of Lucknow, received the thanks of the Governor General in Council, Brevets of Major and .Lt.Colonel 
(Medal with two Clasps, a year's service fur Lucknow, and CSI.]. 

^8 Major General Gamble servedin Tuil.i 1 m 1 , y,, and with the 4th Regt. in the cr. 1.1. 11, la a. n , m May 
[855, including the siege and fall of Sella ^ 'l ,il w ith Clasp, Brevet of Major, aim 1 : : . :; li ,,Lrved 

IS Deputy Quarter Master General (head I ■ n meiit in New Zealand from iSii i" 1 whole 

of the operations of the war of 1863-66, nalniiij 1 in' aetionsat Katikara audKuherua. ;; -an,: i,, . > 1 r the 

'ortified position of Rangiriri {CB.), advance through and occupation of the Waikatu eoiinii 'U.-, at 

Haerini and Orakau. At the conclusion of the Waikato campaign Sir Duncan Cameron, coin , . ,;. .\iuiy 

in the Field, in his despatch of the 4th March 1864 to the Secretary of State for War, after tlm 1 1 . . , mally 

the Officers of his Staff, including Colonel Gamble, adds : — "I beg more particularly to recomuiem! 1 nimiri ■' imuble, 
1 Deiaity Quarter Master General, to your Lordship's favom-able notice, as to this Officer's ability, zeal, and unceasing 
itteiitiou to his important duties, I am chiefly indebted for the success of these operations." He was also present 
■ at tliu subsequent operations at Tauranga, and at the Gate Pah, and in the campaign of 1865 in the Wanganui 
i.cuuutry, including the action at Nukumaru, affair of Kakaramea ; and again in the campaign under Sir Trevor 
IjChute, at the assault and capture of Otapawa, at Waikoko, and in the arduous forest march round Mount Egmont 
IKrepeatedly mentioned in despatches, rank of Colonel, and Medal) . The 3rd Class of the Medjidie has been conferred 
pn 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 i868-6g. 

^^ Major General Milman was present in the action at Marigunge and at the reUef of Lucknow in Nov. 1857. Com- 
nanded a Detachment during the advance on the Dilkoosha and Martiniere (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of 
[it.Colonel, and grant of a year's service) ; served with the 5th Fusiliers in Outram's force at the Alumbagh in all 
)he operations of the succeeding months, including the capture of Lucknow ; also in the Oude campaign of 1858-59, 
ncluding the capture of the Forts of Shunkerpore, Amatee, and Oomi-ea, and action of Dounderkeira, where he com- 
nanded the advance guard (Medal with two Clasps, and CB) . In 1848, when stationed at the Mauritius, he was upset 
n a boat off Mahebourg, together with five others, whose lives were saved by his skill and courage in swimming, 
'or which the Royal Humane Society conferred on him its Gold Medal. 

"" Lord Clarina served with the 95th Regiment in the Crimea from the 22nd Nov. 1S54, including the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class 
of the Medjidie). Served also in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1858, 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- 
;ioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

"1 Sir John Ross served with the Rifle Brigade in the Eastern campaign, including the battles of Alma and 
[nkerman, and siege of Sebastopol, until February 1855 (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, 
;iege and capture of Lucknow. Commanded the Camel Corps at the capture of Calpee and during the s 



War Services of the General Officers. 

Brevet of Lt.Coloncl, CJB., 

B';T.;;;,fc"iu"tbrNorth West Frontier of India campaigns of 1863-64 (Medal with Clasp). Commauded 
'■■-tin'itht operations in ^'^_U^^!^^^l}^^^^^J^ ^^:'Zf.Z. ^^.d elra^net^ °' *'' 






with General Outram'i 

*-° ?.^fl''^^^L^,''i\.?'%IZ't:'^:^J^^^^^^ campaign of .854 as Brigade Major to the Brigade of 



a Outram's FoTceTt the llnmhagh S-omTeth Nov .isy to 9th March .858-commanded the 84th xvp to 
been awarded the Royal Huniane Society s Medal of the First Cla,ss. Fusiliers including the hattle of 



™o,T,™Si'), .lege .»d C.P.™ or Lmknow (Brev.t ot «")v,0";"rP3'/|,S?rS '^^^ 






CB.,andMeda.). 



throughout the Wanganui and Taranaki campaign of 1865-66, including the 

the battles of Alma f;^,! "'^'f^^/i ;^o?Ho n u.d SLh Medal). Served .also the campaign of .1857-58 agamst 
throoCnasp8,Knight,ofthoLt| on oim^^^^^^^ (6th Dec. 1857), Seraighat (mentioned m despatches) 

KLZS!'lna Sbum;;:;:'"' s!^ 'and lull ^LSTal^ assault ^^ the Martiniere, Banks' Bungalow, and 



War Services of the General OfiGerS. i^ 

BS^Sl'^JrSp%;^.^T.f£^ an. capture o' 

Advanced Guard of the Ai-my, now comp^ed of thf former AdvancU ?^f,' T'' -^'"l to take command of the 
Russell s Regiment-together with Head Quarters of Wo™i% ReJfmp^f w 7^'^^ Lord Gifford's Scouts and 
and Rail's Artillery, d'ommanded the force aithe capture and df^^^^fi^Hn^r';- ^'rf^*^^' ■'''^ ^P* ^'^^^'* Regiment, 
rassie; commanded the Left Attack at the battle of^^o^m co^^^^ZaL fr^^'^""^'^ '^'^P*'^''^' °^ J^^'bo' 
and destruction of Becnuah, the Advanced Guard en-a^mei^'n?S^?®^ the Advanced Guard at the captm-e 
^airs between Adwabin and the river OrdS^CommSdLattnr-W^^^ skirmishes and ambuscade 

Wood's and Russell's Regiments, thi-ee companies STrtade and^p ™ i "'" ofOrdahsii with portions of 
the hand). Afterwards with the 42nd, a gun and Rockef DeVnTh^^p 7-pounder gun (slight contused wound of 
fugitives with the Highlanders entered CoomaSieSe fame evei^iitf ■^?]^o^""'^ "l^P?f '''"" "^"^ vr^^^m^^ the 
(several times mentioned in despatches, XCS., Medal v^thClalpP^ appointed Commandant of tlie place 

(Medal with two Clasps for the Taku .■..!- ": 1 ; ,7,i ?w^. '",'/''''" '^ '-"gade Mujur ui cUe 4th Bn-a.le 

i<»Ma.jorGeneral Sarel served wirh I ! ^ Jj', ,, ,,' n , i.,', ,. „ 

olChiUianwallahandGoojerat (MtMl;i ,, ,,1 \\~ ,\\ ~"o' 1048-49, including the battles 

at the siege and captm-e of Delhi (■,•;. - 1, i ■: , , ',.- ,1,;- \- '1 ,'^ , ' "'"^'^'>-"y 1^357-59, wa.s present 

Nujuffghui-, and a squadron at the Moiivf lli.stinu nu'i'lth Sent n '",''!-'. h""i ' ;7'"'J.'''i ^icholso.i at the acti.;u of 
severely wounded whilst leadin-^ a eh^r.^e t ir , 1 H,;f t.^tl " f' ^.^'^ '^"t'-le of Bohnukhuhur where he was 

Maraigimge, served as Brigade 5l j • foi- ,, - • ti^p 'Z?'J tf.'' a', =^S'I^\actions of Allyghur, Agra, Kanoge! 
the reUef of Luck-now bv Lord Clvde Brevet 1 xi'.vwt M^^ Alumbagh, assault of the iSecuud?a Bagh, and 
Khodargunge, occupation of Futtehghur ^.t . , ! ;, ' ™?^^^^^^^ ^'^ ^^'^■' f^^^ons ac Seraighat and 

summer campai.gn in Oude and Rohilcund an ^ ^T;^^^ 

the repulse of the attack on it and pursuit of M ' '"'.rl-^^^^-e, capture of Baredly, relief of Shahabad. 

presentattheoccupationof Fyzabad;commauaca I r- ";" ^ « 'ho C ayah-y m Oude uiulcr .Sir Hojie (irai.t. and 

i.'J. ^''i^''''"^"'''y '■''''«''' ^''^ it at the passage of I i,.^,, . ,' "- '':.'""; ' ' •"ini-i - I,:m. - ,r: ,• , •, .,:,;,n 

loF^/w ?°^'''^''iJ''V,"^"^^^^^'«6o (Brevet of U. ,.,; u,M r^ ".,, ,' V ' , -'"^ 

105 '^/■'' ^'^"erai Feildeu commanded the ist Battalion ootii Kirir-s ,„, t ViV , u - >'■ 1 ::- I n r _ ,. .,; l\ a;.;. 

present at the siege and fall of Sebastonolp^rl^Tfr.,^^^/^^ m the Crimea from 20th Nov. 1854, and was 

the^^anontheSthSept.--w^lS;;iedl?trSS 

inlcfmTth^'lSs'^of^L^rnf InkJi^a^ slef e' TufSriTsI '^^^^^f ^" ^."^^^^^ ^^j- ^ ^^^ 3-1 Division, 
^vith three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Kn\Xof thTwou „f LLr ^^»f r-r^' *Al ^^^S'^ "^ t^'' iSth'juno (Moda 
"» Major General A. A. Nelson served as Sub Ass^lfau^ Cn,^S? ' ^^li t-'^ss of the Medjidie, and Turkish A!,.i.-,1 . 
Army throughout the operations ircIndaLraidSiaL^ti^^^ ?''''^''^' '? sole charge of troops ,,,■ i;,„ul,;, • 

present in the actions of Kale Sheekle nS J^k GoW PhT^^ Nott (Me.bl,. .n.d was 

affairs m which the Candahar Division Wa™S4^edin?tsmw^^^ °'T^i^P^",°'^ ?f C'-^^'""'' ='"'1 "^ "11 the 

and Khyber Passes. Accompanied the Bombay toons under p'olonp/^?.^^^^^^ Khoord Cabool, Tezeou, Jugdulluck 
the army under Sir Charles Napier in Sind and wa^s present a^t^^^^^ effect ^junction with 

thank.s of the Governor General of India and also of thrSoSJaf C^vPvf^l ,1 ^y^lerabad (Medal). Received the 
Commissariat had been conducted. Served as Aide de CaSn to S?^ Th^ for the manner m which the duties of 
29th Dec. 1843, and had a horse shot under him (me tionS^;^do^,^fS™''®T7*^''''*-, '"^ '^'^ '^'^"''^ ''f Maharajpore 
insurrection m Jamaica in 1865 he wanppointed Hjein" thfr, '^^^P'^'c'^es Bronze Star). On the outbreak of the 
command the Troops in St Thomas-iii-Hie F«»t b *! • ', 7^^^ General) Brigadier General to 

mth three 01„p,, Brevet, of Major. Ki^,™ f ,ie L?t,Kf He™ -Sv-i'° "',?u".?*J): ?° "" '"" ■>"■>• (Me''"" 

*2^fhXXrf8T.^ °^ ^-^'-^^ ^-- -t.CoE°Sol%t\^^'orcrc^„rst^^ olXSe^es^-^'^y ^^^^^^^ 
SeblSoT ancfso'rtl- ?/ 2'i"rMar':r(twi^Vmen7iL^nfd f^T"' '^ \^^ ^^^^^ ^^^ ^°- ^^54, including the siege of 
was pr'e^se^n"t' n°\h'eT»Vr.^2iJV^.^..f fZP'l- -" o/.'88'^rntmmand of ,he xst Brigade .h. G„.„.,i., „.... 



was prTseXL thTbTtfe ori^tLSr^^^^^^^^^^ 

'^-T4ol^GeferarG'^J.XM'^^«P■^'^^^^ """"^ ^'" ^'""^ of both Houses ^"^ 

(Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Maj^r, sLdin^an and Turkf^^^^ ''™^ ^""'^ ^^^^^ °f Sebastopo 

' '" Major General John Peel served with the '^h R^ff ^F^'^^h Medals, and 5th Class of the Mec^itUe) . ^ 

fal of Sebastopol and capture ofthe Quarr tes^^^^^^ '«55, including the sie^e and 

ofthe Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). '^''""'''' ^.everely wounded (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class 
'" Maior General T, Til Trr,;„-i,j- „ 1_._-,-, ., .. _ 



the acuinof Sde'^iMeS^''' ^^erved with the 17th Lancers in the Central Indian campaign in 1858-59 iucludin.. 

indJ&*^:SLT^^i^^^ throughout the Eastern canapaign of .S,,-,^ 

i8th June (Medal with three Clasps SardinHn aSd Tm 1 ?^?. a?^?'', ^°'"'"I °' ^^'^ '^°^' ^'^'^ assault of tlie llcdau on 
Egyptian war of ,882 in command oVtSseClif^^^^^^^ *^'''^''''' ^""^ ^th Class of the Medjidie). Serve I tl 
Kebir (twice mentioned in des^iatches recliv^^^^ he n .n,r'^?Tfv.'°S' "'^^ ^^'^^ present ai the'battle ' r^i :i 
Clasp, and 2nd Class of the Mediidie) '®°''''^^'^ ^^"^ thanks of both Houses of Parliament, CB., Medil w^t 



inSV • ^ '-lassot the Medjidie) --^^--o ..^ uu^u. xxuubea oi rariiametit, C'^., Mea;U iv 

(Medair4tSiLd°L're"iJcarrS^^^^ 
''Armstrong's Hor.se;" in wMch caDaHfv bA wn'= when m command of a corps of Irregular Oavalrv caned 
the action against Seyola's tribe 1 6th AnrH.L ^^^^^i ''I ?'''"/ successful affairs against the enemy iucS^ 
he combined attack on the Amatolas 28th T,?u'p«""^ ^'? ''^i^' ^°^^'' ^^^""^ ^'^^er him ; and iifor^,; rti cular^^^^^^ 
times thanked in General orderT and tW tiZs «nf ■ Ti *"" ^^- ^'^'^'^anded a detached body of Cru- /li^y w, f.f^' 
ana promoted to a Lieutenancy i^ the IthVo^^trFf <^ mentioned m the despatches of the Con , m. „ l^r" i , Chief 



LordRaglan'sdespaA^rl^^C^^rL'lL^^,^— oritl^m^^^ 



l'4 War Services of the General Offi.cers. 

Aide de Camp ta Sir ■William Eyre (Medal with tliree Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5tii 
Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

"3 Major General G. S. Young sea-ved the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46 with the 80th Regt., including the battles of 
Moodkee, Ferozeshah, and Sobraon — wounded (Meilal and two Clasps). Served in the Indian campaign in 1858-59 ; 
commanded the Head Quarter Wing of the 80th Regt. with a column in Oude at the capture of the Fort of Simree, 
at Beera and Doondeakeira (Brevet of Major, Medal). 

12* Major General Henning served with the 8Sth Regiment in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle 
of Alma, siege and fall of Sevastopol, and attack of the Redan on the 8th Sept. (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish 
Medal). Served in suppression of the Indian mutiny in 1S57-59, including the actions before Cawnpore on the 26th 
27th and 29th Nov. and subsequent operations to 6th Dec. 1857, affair at Bhognapnre on 4th February, siege of 
Lucknow in March I S58, siege and fall"of Calpee (Medal with Clasp for Central India). Commanded the 26lh 
Cameronians in the Abyssinian campaign in 1S68 (mentioned in despatches. Medal). 

'^« Major General Morant served with the 68th Light Infantry the Eastern campaign to the 8th Nov. 1854, including 
the battles of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (fracture of right arm in the Trenches). Served as Aide 
de Camp to Brigadier General Shii'ley from loth Sept. 1855 (Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Served 
in the New Zealand war in 1864-66 ; commanded the 6Sth from Sth Jan. to i6th March 1864 ; commanded the Drnry 
Military District from 8th April 1864 to 13th Jan. 1865 ; was in command of four Companies of the 6Sth dming the 
operations on the West Coast in 1865 and 1866, including the action at Kakamarea, and commanded a Column of 200 
men in a skirmish near 'WTiareroa; commanded a iield force at Mataitawa near New Plymouth in Jan. 1866, which 
co-operated in the dense forest inland of Moimt Egmont in support of Major General Chute's Field Force (Medal). 
Appointed Aide cle Camp to the Queen, 12th November 1870. 

'27 Major General Biyth served with the 40th Regiment m New Zealand during the war in 1863-65, and was present at 
the battle of Rangariri, the action of Wairoa, aud commanded 300 men at the assault and capture of Orakau (men- 
tioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, and Medal). 

i-s Major General J. H. Dunne served with the 21st Fusiliers the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles 
of Almai Balaklava, and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, aud attack on the Redan on the 18th June (Medal with 
four Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served with the 99th Regiment in the campaign of 
i860 in the north of China, including the action of Sinho, taking of Tangku, assault and capture of the inner North 
Taku Fort, actions of the Chang-kin-wan and Paliatchow, and surrender ofPekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

130 Major General T. C. Lyons served in the 20th Regiment in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, and com- 
manded the selected marksmen of the Regiment in the actions of Chanda, Umeerpore, Sultanpore, and Fort of 
Dhowraha. whence he assisted in bringing away two guns under a heavy fire ; was present at the siege and 
capture of Lucknow, the subsequent operations in Oude and affair of Mohan, and commanded four Companies 
at Morar Mow and Beerah, Fort of Simree, and action of Buxar Ghat; served as Brigade Major to the 2nd 
Brigade Oude Force, and was present at the capture of Fort Oohmrea (three times mentioned in despatches, Medal 
with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

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

132 Major General A. J. H. Elliot served five years in India, the last two on Lord Hardinge's staff, prior to 
entering the Royal Army, and was present with his regiment, the 8th Bengal Cavalry, at the" battle of Punniar 
(Bronze Star) ; also in the Sutlej campaign, including the battle of Ferozeshah (Medal). Served in the Crimean 
campaign from Oct. 1854 to ist April 1855 as Aide de Camp to General Scarlett, including the battle of Balaklava 
(severely wounded) and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two ClasiJS.Brevet of Major,Knight of the Legion of Honor, 
and Turkish Medal). 

13* Major General H. Rowlands served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 '^itt' the 41st Regiment, int'ludlng 
the battles of Alma and Inkerman (severely wounded), siege and fall of Sebastopol, sortie" of 26th October, 
attack of the Quarries on 7th June and twice on the Rifle-pits, attacks of the Redan on the i8th June and Sth 
September — wounded (Medal with three Clasps, Victoria Cross, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 
5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

135 Major General J. Nason served with the 49th Regiment in the Crimea from the i8th May 1S55, including the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol, the assault on the Quarries (mentioned in despatches, and Brevet of Major), and of 
the Redan on the i8th June and 8th September (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

136 Sir Henry Evelyn Wood entered the Navy in April 1852, and served in the Naval Brigade as AidedeCamiJto 
Captain Peel from istOct. 1854 to 18 June 1855, when he was severely wounded carrying up scaling-ladders to the 
Redan: mentioned in Lord Raglan's despatches (Medal with two' Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th 
Class of the Medjidie, and TurkishMedal) . Served in the Indian campaign of 1858 as Brigade Major in Somerset's 
Brigade, and was present at Rajghur, Siudwaho (mentioned in General Michel's despatch), Kharee, and Barode 
— mentioned in despatches (Medal). Employed in 1859-60, while commanding ist 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. Accom- 
panied Sir Garnet Wolseley to the Gold Coast in September 1873 on special service, and served throughout the 
Ashanti war of 1873-74. Organized the natives forming " Wood's Regiment." Commanded the attacking force 
at the action of Essaman (received the expression of Her Majesty's approbation). Commanded the troops at the 
head of the mad following the enemy from Mansu to the river Prah prior to the arrival of the European troops, 
including the reconnaissance in force of the 27th November. Commanded the Right Column at the battle of 
Amoaful (slightly wounded); and commanded the Head Quarters of his regiment at the battle of Ordahsu and 
capture of Coomassie (several times mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Colonel, CB., Medal with Clasp). Served 
throughout the Gaika war of 1878 in command of a column (several times mentioned iu despatches). Served 
throughout the Zulu war of 1879 in command of No. 4 Column. As Political Agent raised a contingent of 1,000 
friendly Zulus, known as "Wood's Irregulars." Two days after the British reverse at Isanhlwana ho surprised 
and defeated a force of several thousands of the enemy and then maintained an advanced position in the enemy's 
country for which he was specially commended by the High Commissioner. Nominated XCB. Defeated the 
Zulus in the action of Kambula on the 29th March. Appointed Brigadier General in April. Led the advance on 
triundi with a flying column, and was present in the engagement there on the 4th July (mentioned iu despatches. 
Medal with Clasp). Served in the Boer war of iSSi with the rank of Major General, and on the death of Sir George 
Golley, as Governor of Natal and Comma.ndur-in-Chief of the British 'forces (GCMG.). Served in the Eg.yptian 
war of 1882 in command of the 4th Brigade (mentioned in despatches, received the thanks of both Houses of 
Parliament, Medal, and 2nd Class of the Medjidie). 

137 Major General H. F. Williams served with the ist Battalion 60th Rifles during the second siege operations at 
Mooltan, including the siege and storm of the town, and capture of the citadel; was afterwards present at the 
battle of Goojerat, the pursuit of the Sikh Army, and the expulsion of the Affghans beyond the Khyber Pass 
(Medal with two Clasps) . Also present during the operations in the Buzofzye Coimtry, and capture of the insur- 
gent villages on the nth and 14th Dec. 1849 (Medal with Clasp). Served in the campaign of 1857 against the muti- 
neers in India, including the actions on the Hindun of the 30th and 31st May, battle of Budlee ko Serai and taking 
of the Heights before Delhi on 8th June, subsequent siege operations to i6th August — severe gun-shot woimd and 
left thigh-bone broken on 19th June (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

139 Major General B. Harman served in the 3'4th Regt. in the Crimea, from 9th Dec. 1854 to nth July 1855, 
including the siege of Sebastopol, capture of the Rifle Pits on 19th April, and commanded the Grenadiers of the 
34lh Regt. at the assault of the Redan on the i8th June, when he received seven severe wounds (Medal with Clasp, 
Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including 
affairs of 26th, 27th and 28th Noveml)er, with the Gwalior Contingent at Cawnpore, siege and captuie of Lucknow, 
and other minor affairs in Oude (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 in command of the base 
of operations at Alexandria (received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, Medal). 

iiu Sir Drury Lowe served with the 17th Lancers in the Crimea from iSth June 1855, including the battle 
oftlu; Tchcriii.ya. siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Jlcdal). Also the Indian campaiirn 
i,f i8:G-59, including pursuit of rebel forces under Tantia Topee, and the action of Zeerapore (Medal with Clasp for 



War Servicer of Iho General Ufu-ers. 15-4"^ 

Central India). Commanilod tlie 17th Lancers and the Cuvalry of the 2n(l Division in the Zulu war of 1879, and was 
present in the engagement at Uiuiidi— wounded (CJi., ile<l..l with Clasp). Served in the Boer war of ib8i under 
Sir Evelyn Wood in command of the Cavalry Brigade. Served in the i!;;=r3 ptian war of 18.^2 in command of tbo 
Cavalry Division, and wa.* present at the engagements of El Magfir, Mah-^ama, the two actions at Kassasiu, 
and the battle of Tel-el-Kebir, immediately after which he cjuiraeucud a forced march with the Cavalry by 
which ho obtained the possession of Cairo, the surrender of its citadel, and of the rebel chief Arabi (six times 
mentioned in despatches, received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, KCB., Medal with Clasp, and 2nd 
Class of the Osmanieh) . 

i« Major General Creash-Osbornc served with a party of Volunteers attached to the Scinde Camel Corps during 
Sir Charles Napier's campaign of 1845 against the mountain and desert tribes on the right bank of the Indus. 
Served on the Head Quarters Staffof the Azimghur FieldForce during the campaign of iSj3 in the X.W. Provinces 
of India, and was present at the action of 6th April before Azimghur and in tin- utr. :m :,- ;. ,ii ,,;■ t!i;it place from 
6th to 14th April, when besieged by Koer Sing's Force. Also at the assault nf .1 ,• i : 1 - i .lrlM\\-n\ nth 

and 2qth May, Metahi 24th May, and skirmishes in the Jugdespure Jungles III' 1 I ■ ; , Mi'ilal, and 

Brevet of Major). Commanded ist Battalion 6th Regiment during the Hazar;i r:i:},[':\--: : 1 . including the 
expedition against the Black Mountain tribes on the Puujaub Frontier (mentioned in despatches, Medal with 
Clasp, and CB.). 

1" Major General J. 'VV. Laurie served with the 4th Kegiment in the Crimean campaign from the 8th November 1854 
until the evacuation of the Crimea, and was present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, including the repulse of 
the two sorties on the advanced trenches in front of the Ovens on the 22nd and 231-11 N'lvrinlicr > mentioned in 
despatches), attacks on the Barrack Battery on the iSth June and on the Redan on the ti li s 'iitcuilicr 1855 ; he was 
wounded in December 1854, and again in'March 1S55 (Medal with Clasp, Turkish Mcdnl, imd 5th Class of the 
Medjidie). Served in India during the mutiny, and v,-as Staflf Officer of a Field Force in the Kewah Kautee district 

"^ Major General R. T. Glyn sei-ved with the 82nd Regiment in the Crimea from 2nd Sept. 1855 (Medal with Clasp 
for Sebastopol, and Turkish Medal). Served with the 24th Regiment during the Indian Mutiny of 1857-58 (Modal). 
Served in the Kafir war of 1S77-7S, first in command of the liastern frontier, and aftcrv-i-t- in comraaud of th« 
forces in the Transkei, being present in the engagement at Newmarke (several time ■ ■ ., ! ui despatches, 
CB.). Served in the Zulu war of 1879, first in command of No. 3 Column, being preset: ,: lek on Sirayo's 

Krantz and the operations at Matyani's stronghold, and subso'iui/utlv, as Colonel on tin - ,il. ;.. Commander of 
the Forces in the L'ranskei, &c. Afterwards in command uf th I' '■,, 1 t ; llrigade, 2nd Divimou, being present in 
the engaLcemciit at Ulnndi (mentioned in despatches. CM<'., M : 1 ■ ' 'is])). 

'♦» Majiu- General (i.H. Page served in the 58th Regt. ill Ne-A / , 'm . ilal), and was iiresent at the storming of 

Kawiti's Pah nth .Tan. 1S46. a nd he defeated the Natives m a m- in m i le. , >ii Ids post on the River Hutt, i6thMay 
following. Pre-eiit at the skirmish at Taitai 16th June, commanded a lietaihiiieut at the capture of Chief TeRauperaha 
and at the skirmi-h in ll-.vokiwi Valley; present at the attack and repulse of the enemy on the settlementsand 
stockades of Wan-aiiui P,thMay; and in the action of the 19th July 1S47 lie directed a charge which repulsed 
the enemy. Serve I with' tie- 4ist Regt. in the Crimea, subsequently to the fall of .Seliastopol, from the 6th Dec. 
1855, until the withdrawal nf the .\rniy. 

"7 Major General G. E. i;a\nes served with the 8th Regt. at the siege of Delhi in 1857, including repulse of sorties 
on the9th 14th iSth and _;id .Inly, and commanded the storming party of the 2nd Column of attack at the assault 
of the citv (I'.rcvct of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

i« Majiir General \V. Cooper served with the i8th Royal Irish throughout the campaign of 1852-53 in Burmah.m- 
cludint; I li'' I a pi lire of Rangoon, capture of Prome, and' other minor affairs (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Served as 
Assist;7iit (,)iiaiier .Alaster General to the expeditionary force on the Busufzai Frontier under Sir S. Cotton in 1858, 
and in the »a,me caiiacir.y with the expeditionary force in the Wuzeeri country under Brigadier General Chamber- 
lain in Dee. 1S5Q (.^[edal with Clasp). 

1" Sir John M'Neill served during the campaign of 1S57-58 in India as Aide de Camp to Sir Edward Lugard 
during the siege and capture of Lucknow, engagement at Jaunpore, relief of Azimghur, and various operations at 
Jugdespore (Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). In 1861 proceeded with Sir Duncan Cameron to New Zealand 
as his Aide de Ca nip and served thereuntil 1865; 'present at the engagements on the Katikara river, the Koeroa, Ran- 
gariri, the Gate I'ah, and varinus other encounters with the natives (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and was awarded the 
Victoria Cross " I'-i valour and presence of mind" in saving the Ufe of Private Vosper— Medal). Commanded the 
TipiH ;,,: , I'l ; _ r .;uniii during the Fenian disturbances in the winter of 1866-67, '"™'-l was thanked by Lord 
Si ' ! . lal orders for services rendered on that occasion. Served on the Staff of the Red River 

1: 1 1 Ilia under Sir Garnet Wolseley in 1870 iC !/(?.). Served as Colonel on the Staff and Second in 

Cm,, 1 ,i tie A 'lanti expedition under Sir Garnet Wolseley in 1873 till very severely wounded on the 13th 

Uctolier 111 the attack of the village of Essaman (mentioned in despatches, CB., and Meda'). Appoiut^-d Aide de 
Camp to H.H. ri. the Commander in Chief in January 1874, and Equerry 10 tae Queen on the nth August following. 

'■'^1 Sir George Greaves served at Peshawur during the Indian mutiny in 1857-58. Served as Deputy Assistant 
Adjutant General in the Eusofzye expedition of 1858 under Sir Sydney Cotton (mentioned in despatches, Medal 
with Clasp). Served in 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 pilotedup it the gun- 
boats Ai'oii aiid Pioneer. 'Was present at nearly the whole of the engagements, and was repeatedly mentioned in 
despatches— mentioned as being " always conspicuous for energy and daring " (Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, 
and Medal). Served as Chief of the Staff of the Ashanti E,xpedition of 1873-74, and was present at the 'oattle of 
Amoafid, battle of Oniahsu and capture of Coomassie, including the minor eagagements on the road. Mentioned 
in di^spatches by Sir Garnet Wolseley in the following terms :— " Colonel Greaves assumed the duties of Chief of 
the Staff on the 17th December. His great knowIcd'-;e of the army, his experience as a StaS" Officer, the zeal and 
ability he brings to bear upon his work mark hea ..nt a< eminently qualified for the post he occupied. He has 
rendered the most valuable assistance" (Medal witli 1 'lasp. and CB). 

'■^- Major General Hon. James C. Dormer served m ilu-i rimeafrom 3othJune 1855 as Adjutant to 13th Light Infantry 
and was present at the siege and fall of Sebastop .1, ami battle of the Tchemaya (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish 
Medalj . Also served in the Indian mutiny, including the relief of Azimghur and campaign in Gomickpore in 1058 
(mentioned in despatches) ; was afterwards ajiiioiuted Aide de Camp to Lord Clyde, and present at the actions 
during the Oude and Trans-Gogra campaicn of 1S53 (mentioned in despatches, Medal, and Brevet of Major). Pro- 
ceeded ti China in 1S60 as Assistant Adjutant General to the Expeditionarj- Force, and was present throughout the 
operations of that camiiaign, including the cajiture of the Taku Forts, advance on and entry intoPekin (promoted 
t6an Unattached Majority, iledal with two Clasps). Served throughout the Egyptian war of 1882 a.s Deputy 
Adjutant General on tQe Head Quarters Staff, aud was present at the reconnaissance in force from Ale.xandna (sth 
August), the engagements ofTel-el-Mahuta and Kassasin (9th September;, and in the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (twice 
mentioned in despatches, promoted Major General for distinguished service in the field. Medal with Clasp, and 
2nd Class of the Medjidie). 



41 



Colonels. 



Fielding Alex. CamplDell.i Col.Com. h. p. 

Royal Marines 

Alox. Cameron Gleig,^ Zt.Col. h.p. 

Royal Artillery ^ 

Henry Augustus Smyth, Colonel, Royal 7 

Artillery j 

Wm. Alfred G. Wright,'* Col. 2nd Com. \ 

h.p. Royal Marines 3 

Sir Robert Biddulph, CB. KCMG. Lt. "i 

Col. Royal Artillery j 

Frederick E. Appleyard,6 C5. Lt.'Col.\ 

Regimental Diatrict, Lincoln j 

H. W. Mawbey, Col. Cam. R. Marine Art. . . . 
John Thomas Dalyell.s Lt.Col. Uftgi-') 

mental District, S^eneorse j 

Fiennes M. Colvile,!' CB. Lt.Col. h.p. ) 

Regimental District ]" 

Edm. F. Waterman, Lt.Col. Madras) 

Staff norps j 

George Leslie, Colonel, Royal Artillery ... 
Thomas A. L. Murray, Colonel, R. Eng. 
Thomas Inglis, CB. Colonel, Royal Eng 
SirA.C\&T'&B,CB.KCMa. CIS. Col. R.Eng. 
Joiui VerburyMoggridge, Co/. Royal Eng. 
Vere Hunt Bowles,'- Lt.Col. h.p. Regi- •) 

mental District ) 

EdWHrd Chippindall,'-* CB. Lt.Col. ii.p. : 
Brigade Depot ; Aide de Camp to the - 

Queen ...; I 

Sir Charles Knight Pearson.^^" CB.) 

KCMG. 7J.Cr.r},.p. q Foot; Ooueriwr^ 

■<"•" ■"■ ■fX.fh;, Hospital ...j 

^VillKiT ' ".■ rv.U Lt.Col. -Regi- \ 

ineiit;;! P -;!■.■ . !:■ :lt'<:r,l 3 

John Ignatius .Uacdouell,'? Lt.Col. h.p. ) 

71 Foot j 

Fred. Schneider, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C 
+ Fred. Alexander, £/. Co?. Bengal Staff C, 
G. B. Mainwaring, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C 
W. E. AVhite, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
t Charles Hight, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 
G. Le M. Tupper, Colonel, Royal Artillery 
John Davis,i8 i;.Co?oHe?, h.p. 20 Foot ; ) 

Colonel on the Staff, Dover 3 

■i C. B. Bwart, CB. Colonel, R. Engineers 
Sir C. B. P. N. H. Nugent, KCB. Col. > 

Ruyal Engineers 3 

t (ieorge Pringle, X;!. Co/.. Madras Staff C. 
Henry Francis Bythesea, Lt.Col. RegiO 
mental District, Devizes 3 

Sir .Tiihn Stokes, KCB. Col. Royal Eng.... 
1\'^ U. H.Keatinge.CS/.i/. Co/. Bom. S.C. 
William L. Morrison, Colonel, R. Engineers 
.lohu Doran, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C... 
Hurry Smith Obbard, Lt.Col. Bengal) 

StaffCorps ...3 

I Charles Thomas Palin, Lt.Col. JBom-7 

bay StaffCorps j 

+Hugh Rose, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffCorps 
Robt. M.Macdonald, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
+ John Gray Touch, £/. Co/. Madras S. C. 
Heni-y Kent," Lt. Colonel, Regimental) 

District, Moimsloiv 3 

Richard Bateson, Lt.Col. h.p. i Life) 
(iiiards; Aide de Camp to R.JR.H. t./ie \ 

Duke of Cambridge ) 

Chtirles Thompson, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C 
Chiirles Fred. Hicks, Lt.Col. Bengal) 

StaffCorps , ...3 

Alexander Camegy, Lt.Col. Bombay) 

StaffCorps ■^ 3 

Wm. R. Houghton, Lt.Col. Bombay) 

StaffCorps j 

Lewis Wm. Buck, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. 
Aug. B. Marsack, Lt.Col. Madras S. C 
Wm. E.M. Reilly, CB. Co/. Royal Artillery 
-SiV William Bellairs,^*) CB. KCMG ) 

Lt.Col. Unatt j 

Charles Scott Elliot, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 

Harry C. Anderson, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 

Herl)ert H. James, Lt.Col. Bombay S. C. 

1 Geo. H. J. A. Eraser, Colonel Royal Art 

Edw. Cha. A. Gordon, Col. R. Engineers 

•I- Dominick Sarsfleld Greene, C7?. Co/.R. A 

JBroK.CbarlcsWemyssThesiger,'" Lt.Col. \ 

h.p. 6 Dragoons ; Inspectin;/ Officer of[ 

Yeomanry Cavalrij in Oreat Brilnin ) 

Thomas Nuttall, Lt.Col. Bombiiy M:iff C 

+ Cornwallis O. Maude, Lt.Cil. iii.ia.S c' 

Alex. Geo. M. Moore, Lt. Cul,,,,,/. h.p. 1 

4 Hussars ; A.A.df- Q.M. Om. J)iil,/i,i 3 

J. A. M. Maedonald, CB. LI. Col. Bum. S.C. 

^t)- I''rancis W. Festing, CB. XCMO.'i 

X/.Co/. Royal Marine Artillery \ 



CORNET, 
2nd LIEUT, 
OrENSIGN, 



23 Sept. 26 

11 Jan. 43 
20 Dec. 43 

24 Sept. 39 
22 June 53 
14 June 50 
29 Dec. 45 
14 May 47 
14 Aug. so 

12 June 41 
19 Dec. 44 
II Jan. 43 

17 July 43 
19 June 44 
ig June 44 
[o Apr. 49 

ro Dec. 47 
23 Nov. 
25 June 44 
2 5 Apr. 44 

10 Dec. 

11 Dec. 
8 Jan. 
8 Jan. 42 

8 Jan. 

18 June 45 
[3 Feb. 
t8 June 45 
[8 Dec. 45 

9 Mar. 4a 
!6 Sept. 45 

!o Dec. 43 
II June 42 
[7 June 43 
II Jime42 

ri Juue42 



27 May 34 
I Apr. 44 
5 Apr. 45 

12 Apr. 43 

30 May 54 
12 Oct. 52 
27 May 48 
21 June 50 
23 Nov. 52 

31 Mar. 45 
I Apr. 46 
I Apr. 46 
I Apr. 46 
I Apr. 46 
I Apr. 46 

12 Aug. 53 



I June 42 

1 June 42 

2 June 42 
2 juue42 

8 Aug. 45 

6 Mar. 49 
8 June 42 
25 July 42 
27 Jxily 48 

2 Aug 

20 Aug. 42 

Aug. 42 

Dec. 45 

May 46 

29 Aug. 42 

2 Sept. 42 

Dec. 44 
8 Dec. 45 
8 Dee. 45 

1 Maj' 46 

5 Aug. 53 

2 Aug. 45 
I Feb. 43 

3 Dec. 50 
I Feb. 43 
3 July 50 



9 Jan 

15 June 55 
21 Apr. 46 

8 Dec. 46 
13 May 44 

3 Jiily 45 
21 Dec, 
31 Jan. 
31 Oct. 

I Apr. 46 

20 June 
1 Apr. 46 

1 Apr. 46 
25 Nov. 44 

2 Feb. 49 
1 Apr. 46 

3 July 45 
1 Apr. 46 

JO Sept. 45 
[I Apr. 45 

21 Jan. 46 
I Apr. 47 

29 July 45 
o Nov. 46 
3 Aug. 50 

31 Oct. 51 

30 Sept. 44 
6 Mar. 46 

22 Mar. 53 
Jan. 46 



21 Sept. 43 
9 July 50 

11 Aug. 51 
18 Jan. 53 

I Apr. 60 
29 Dec. 54 

3 Jan. 57 
23 Apr. 52 

9 Oct. 55 

12 June 56 

7 Dec. 52 
17 Feb. 54 
17 Feb. 
17 Feb, 
17 Feb. 54 

8 July 55 



20 June 54 
I June 62 
12 Feb. 63 
12 Jan. 65 
15 Feb. 61 
26 Dec. 56 



3 Dec. 

5 Feb. 5t 

6 Feb. 58 
29 Dec. 54 

Dec. 56 
8 June 56 

1 Oct. 56 
8 Jan. 

S Jan. 57 

26 Sept.53 
16 Sept. 59 

3 Dec. 54 
3 Dec. 

24 May 53 
29 Dec. 54 

7 Feb. 54 
3 Jan- 57 
7 Feb. 54 
I Jan. 55 

I June 57 

I June 

1 June 57 

2 Jvme 57 

2 June 57 

27 Sept. 54 

5 May 55 

3 July 55 

25 July 57 
15 Feb. 56 

26 Mar. 52 



:z ueu. 54 
:i Feb. 62 
:2 June 61 
8 Dec. 64 
o Nov. 66 

10 Nov. 66 
2 Feb. 67 

11 Feb. 67 
19 Dec. 6 

2 Nov. 55 
2 May 6 

29 Dec. 65 
21 Oct. 65 

10 Dec. 61 

11 Dec. 6 
8 Jan. 62 
8 Jan. 6: 

8 Jan. 6; 

12 Dec. 5. 
21 Aug. 66 

2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 55 

9 Mar. 62 
20 July 66 

6 June 56 
20 July 58 

10 Nov. 66 

11 June 62 
1 1 June 62 

II Jmie 62 

1 1 June 62 

12 June 62 
12 June 62 



II Feb. 50 20 Oct. 56 
18 Nov. 46J20 Aug. 57 

3 Apr. 46117 Feb. 54 

6 July 49 15 Sept.54 

4 June 47 23 Nov. 56 

7 Mar. 47] II May 57 



26 Feb. 4S 

23 June 46 
I Apr. 46 
9 Nov. 46 

30 Dec. 53 

26 June 47 
9 Dec. 47 
6 July 52 

21 Jan. 46 

24 Fob. ^4 



8 Dec. 57 
17 Feb. 54 

22 Dec. 54 
17 Feb. 54 

2 July 38 

23 Nov. 56 
23 Nov. 56 

9 May 56 
21 Feb. 53 

6 yUu: 62 



21 Feb. 55 
28 July 64 
31 Aug. 65 
10 Nov. 65 
IS Jan. 64 

6 Mar. 67 6 Mar. 72 
ID Apr. 67 , 10 Apr. 72 
17 Apr. 72 



21 Feb. 58 
28 July 69 
31 Aug. 70 
10 Nov, 
15 Jan. 72 



18 June 62 
25 July 62 
7 Dec. 58 

2 Aug. 62 
20 Aug. 62 
o Aug. 62 
2 Nov. 55 

2 Nov. 55 
29 Aug. 62 
20 July 58 

o Doc. 64 

3 Sept. 6 7 

2 Nov. 55 
24 Mar. 58 

3 Dec. 61 



21 Mar. 65 

12 June 67 
6 July 67 
6 July 67 
6 July 67 
6 July 67 
6 July 67 

28 July 67 

9 Mar. 65 

14 Aug. 67 
14 Aug. 67 



21 Apr. 7; 

12 June 7; 
6 July 72 
6 July 72 
6 July 72 
6 July 7; 
6 July 7: 

28 July 72 

14 Aug. 7' 
14 Aug. 72 
14 Aug. 72 



7 Nov. 67 '27 Nov. 7: 

Dec. 67(10 Dec. 72 

1 Dec. 67J11 Dec 

8 Jan. 68; 8 Jan 



8 Jan. 68 

5 Jan. 68 
[3 Aug. 62 
rs Feb. 68 

3 Mar. 66 

4 Mar. 66 

9 Mar. 68 
I Apr. es 

6 July 67 



Jan. 

8 Jan. 

2 Feb. 73 
[5 Feb. 73 
4 Mar. 73 
4 Mar. 73 

9 Mar. 73 
I Apr. 73 
4 June 



3 Nov. 66:11 June 73 

6 July 67 [11 June 73 

I June 73 

I June 73 



June 68 
I June 68 



1 June 68 
: I June 68 

2 .iuue6S 

2 June 68 

3 June 68 



1 1 June 73 

11 June 73 

12 June 73 

12 June 73 

13 June 73 

13 Juno 73 



June 68 1 18 June 73 

25 July 68! 25 July 73 
9 Apr. 6827 July 73 

2 Aug. 68 2 Aug. 73 

20 Aug. 68120 Aug. 73 

20 Aug. 68J20 Aug. 73 

Mar. 65122 Aug. 73 

26 Dec. 65 22 Aug. 73 
29 Aug. 68129 Aug. 73 

6 Dec. 66 2 Sept. 73 
14 Sept.73 
25 Oct. 73 
10 Nov. 73 



5 Aug. 68 
25 Oct. 68 
31 Mar. 66 

Nov. 68 



I Mar. 62 
19 July 69 



i7Sept.77 



17 Oct. 82 

18 May 81 

30 Nov. 78 



9 June 80 



21 July 77 



o Nov. 73 
2 Dec. 68 2 Dec. 73 



23 Jan. 78 



5 June 65 15 Aug. 681 3 Dec. 73 
I Feb. 63 15 Aug. 68 '16 Dec. 73 

14 Scpt.67|23 Dec. 68[23 Deo. 73 

3 Oct. 6o'24 Dec. 68J24 Dec. 73! 

22 Apr. 62*24001. 72] 7 Jan. 74 



Colnucls. 



42 



COKNET, 
2nd LIEUT, 
or ENSIGN. 



FitzWilliam Fredk. Hunter,^3 zt Col.1 \^^ j^, g j^i-^e so 
h. p. Regimental District Ji '' ^ I 

Arthur Drury, Lt.Col. Madras StaflF Corps 30 Jan. 43J23 Avig. 44 
George Bagot," Lt.Col. h.p. Br. Depot 20 June45j25 Sept.46 



Andrew Nugent," ii.CoZ. li.p.2 Dr ^ 

George S. Macbean, CB.Lt.Col. Ben. S.C, 

John Irwin Willes, Zt.Gol. BenRal S.C... 

Francis Fisher Hamilton.^s CB.Lt.Col. ) 
Regimental District, Exeter S 

tWm. G. Main waring, Clia. Lt.Col.-) 
Bombay Staff Corps ) 

George Tito Brice,2''i<.Coi. h.p. lyFoot; ( 
Com. a Brigade of the Bombay Army ... J 

Geo. Fred. Campbell Bray,^ Lt.Col.h.p. ') 
96 Foot; A.A.t^- Q.M.Gen. Portsmouth i 

Joshua Henry Smitli, Col. Rnyal Eng. ... 

Wm. Anthony t;ib. ( '«. /./. ' v,/ .viadrasS.C. 

Frederick Hardy,'" J.t. lolonel h.p.) 
Regimental District i 

Hon. Wm. Henry Herbert,--! Lf. Colotiel\ 
Regimental District, Beading J 

George Wm. Frasor, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 

H. M. BoCiAa,m, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. ... 

Son. Bernard Mathew Ward,^^ u.Col. \ 
h.p. Brigade Depot J' 

Richard Freer,*' Lt.Col. Regimental^ 
• Distvict, lluUifax j 

tAlexander Pond, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 
I Samuel Alex. Maddeu.^^ CU. Lt.Col.X 

\ Regimental District, Perth ) 

Ip.s.c. Robt.CrosseStewart,»«C£. Lf.Col. ) 
, h.p. 2 Foot; Com. a Brigade of the) 
i Madru-f Ar^i/ ) 

Henry Ernest T. W'illiams,^' Lf. Col. ) 
[ Regimental District, iVor<Aamp<on ...j 
1 George Vincent Watson, IJ.Cvl. Cum.\ 
i a Provisional Baflali,,,, at Colche.^ter .. j 
I Wm. Chase Parr, Lt.Col. Bomljay S.C. ... 
j ^OK. Savatje Mostyn.^'^ CB. Lt.Cul.) 

Regimental District, Wrexham j 

i Geo.H. M. Ayusley, Lt.Col. Madras S.C... 

I Anthony B. V. Crease, Col. R. Eng 

1 t ly-s-c. O'Brien B. Woolsey, Col. R. Art. ... 
; Sir Charles C. Johnson, KCB. Lt.Col. 1 
I Bengal Staff Corps > 

George C. Hankiu, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 



17 Dec. 52 1 24 Nov. 54 
Feb. 43' ""- 
Feb. 43 



8 Jan. 50 
I Mar. 43 
22 Dec. 48 

22 Mar. 44 
I May 46 
4 Apr. 43 

23 Nov. 49 
II June 52 



Dec. 47 
29 May 48 

29 Apr. 53 
21 Jan. 46 

30 Nov. 49 
27 Jan. 46 

I May 48 

5 Aug. 47 

6 June 51 



29 Dec. 54 

30 Jan. 58 
8 June 52 
8 Feb. 56 

18 June 57 
ti July 57 
2 Mar. 55 
I Mar. 58 
7 Apr. 54 
I Feb. 55 
13 Jan. 55 
23 Nov. 56 
27 Nov. 57 



Aug. 54 16 Nov. 55 
9 June 43I 3 ^ov. 46'23 Sept.57 
9 June 43 - ^■■'" -'— ^^ ° 



12 July 50 
22 May 46 
II July 43; 
7 July 43 

25 Oct. 42 
II Feb. 45 
9 Apr. 47 
I Sept. 43 
15 May 53 



3 July 45 27 Mar. 58 
10 Feb. S4< 14 Mar. 56 
13 Dec. 49J23 Mar. 55 19 Jan. 5 
26 Dec. 46J 4 Aug. 57,11 July 63 

4 July 45' 6 June 54 " Aug. 63 



30 dan. 63J3oJan. 69 
17 May 64J 3 Feb. 69 



Feb. 69 

Apr. 66 

Feb. 69 

27 Feb. 69 

I Mar. 69 



>4Mar. 58 1 29 Apr. 66 
.2 Feb. 6^' " ' ' 
7 Dec. 62 
1 Mai. 63 
2N0V. 55'28 July 65 

9 Dec. 62|i5 Aug.68 
[7 Mar. 69 

4 Apr.* 69 

5 May 69 
>5 Apr. 68 

9 June 69 
9 June 69 



4 Apr. 63 
21 Nov. 62 
9 Mar. 67 
9 June 63 
9 June 63 
I Oct. 62 



16 Sept.45 
30 Apr. 46 

14 Nov. 48 

20 May 46 

21 Sept. 54 



7 i!eD. 55 

6 May 59 
28 Apr. 54 
23 Nov. 56 

8 June 55 



13 Sept. 43 '30 liar. 49I13 Sept. 

I I May 46127 July 46I13 Jan. 55 

j 6 Aug.46|26 Nov. 46 17 Feb. 54 

7 .June 44' 4 Jan. 47 7 Jmie59 

Dec. 4313^0^-451 8 Dec. 58 



Edward W. Dun, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. \ 8 Dec. 43122 Aug. 491 8 Dec. 58 



6 Aug. 46;28Nov. 46'i7 

I Jan. 44 I Feb. 50J i Jan. 59 

9 Sept. 48 29 May 49' 14 July 58 



Dec. 



Feb. 48 12 Nov. 52 



26 July 44 '22 June 47 23 May 55 
25 Dec. 50I18 Feb. 61 
7 Jan. 52114 Sept. 59 
6 Oct. 50J I Apr. 59 
3 Oct. 52 1 24 Dec. 61 



3 Mar. 
3 Jan. 46 
1 Apr. 44 
24 Dec. 49 
8 Nov. 42 
6 Aug. 46 
6 Aug. 46 
3 JuLie 44 



Dec. 



20 July 58 

2 Nov. 63 

6 Feb. 63 
I Sept. 63 

29 Mar. 64 
13 Sept. 63 

29 Dec. 67 

7 June 64 

8 Dec. 63 
8 Dec. 63 
I Jan. 68 
I Jan. 64 

22 Jan. 67 
26 Feb. 64 



27 Jan. 74 
30 Jan. 74 
3 Feb. 74 

3 Feb. 74 
22 Feb. 74 
22 Feb. 74 

27 Feb. 74 
I Mar. 74 

8 Mar. 74 
13 Mar. 74 
1 7 Mar. 74 

4 Apr. 74 

5 May 74 

9 llay 74 
9 June 74 
9 June 74 

12 Jime 74 



27 Dec. 68,23 June 74 
July 69 II July 7-1 
24 July 69 24 July 74 

25 July 74 

5 Aug. 74 



Aug. 74 
Sept. 74 
, Sept. 7 



25 Mar. 69 
15 Aug. 69 

21 Aug. 69 

1 Sept.69 

I Sept.69 
13 Sept.69 13 Sept. 74 
20 Oct. 6QJ2oOct. 74 
15 Nov. 691 15 Nov. 74 
II Aug. 69; 2 Dec. 74 

8 Dec. 69 8 Dec. 74 

8 Dec. 69! 8 Dec. 74 
20 Dec. 69 20 Dec. 74 

I Jan. 70 I Jan. 75 
29 Jan. 70 29 Jan. 75 



WHEOU 
PLA.CBD 
HALF PAT. 



3 Jan. 79 
3 Mar. 78 



29 Dec. 



:9 Feb. 70 
13 Jan. 64 I M-ar. 70 
sMar. 68ti5 Aug. 68 
5 Sept. 59 28 Oct. 



I Apr. 64} I Apr. 70, i Apr. 75 
9 Jan. 64J 16 May 70' i6 May 75 



. June . 



2 Oct. 55! 4 Aug. 63 



28 Mav 47 30 May 54! 6 June 56 
7 May 47;i7Mar. 54^5 Feb. 61 
iS Apr. 48,24 Sept.57; 8 June 64 
20 Apr. 52 1 19 June 6cj 19 June 60 
3 Dec. 52l3iAug. 55 7 Aug. 67 
I Aug.54i27 Aug. 58:28 Aug. 58 



15 Aug. 68 27 May 75 
I Jan. 68 28 May 75 
28 May 70' 28 M-ay 75 



Alfred W. Drayson, Col. R. Artillery 

1 A. C. Bunbury, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. i Jan. 

John Sprot,-*" ii.Co?. h.p. Regimental') 

District i 

Hon. Ernest Geo. Curzon,*' i^.CoZ. h.p. \ 

52 V. Assist. Adj. Sf Q.M.Gcu.Aldershoti 

Francis Dawson, CB. Lt.Col. Madras] 

Staff Corps i 

George Forbes Hogg, Lt.Col. Bombay) 

Staff Corps J 

Frederick Roome, Lt.Col. Bombay) 

Staff Corps j 

I Brooking Soady, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 
I Thomas G. Kennedy,C5.i^.Co;.Ben.S.C. 
: John Miller," Lt.Col. Regimental Dis- I 

j trict, Farmoit^A | 

I John Spurway, Col. Royal Artillery 

Robert John Hay, CoZ. Royal Artillery ... 
George Hearn, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C... 
Howard C. Dowker, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 1 10 June 48 
Lord John Henry Taylour, Lt. Col. ) p, 

h.p. Regimental District j 14 Dec. 49 

James Fra. Tonnant, CLE. Col. R. Eng... 11 June 47 
Somerset ilolyneuxWisenmu-Clarke," | 

Lt.Col. h.p. Regimental Di.si.; Colonel l ,23 Nov. 49 

on the Stajf, Jamaica j 

p.i.c. F. D. ilKldlctou,*' CB. Lt.Col. h.p. \ 1 

29 F. Assist.Jo Governor R. Mil. Col. j ,3' 
Claud Alexander, 'i^J/,(/o/-, h.p. Gr.Gds.; ) 

MP. for S. Ayrshire j 

Philip Bedingfeld, Col. Royal Artillery ... 

George Phipps PriSvost,"!' Lt.Col. h.p.) 

23 Foot ; A. A. 4- q. M. GcH. Some V 

District ) 

Alex. Ch-arles Hector Stewart, Lt.Col. \ 

h.p. 2 Life Guards J 

Charles M. Go van. Col. Royal Artillery... 

R. Hieram Sankey, CB. Col. R. Eng 

Edmund M. Mamiingham-BuUer,^" ) 

Lt.Col. h.p. Regimental District i 

Mangles J. Brander, Lt.Col. Bengal S C. 
James Michael, CSI., Lt.Col. Madras S 0. 
Arthur F. Battye, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C... 

Charles H. Ingilby, CB. Col. R Ai-t 

Robert Bruce Chichester.^i CB. Lt.-} 

Coi. Regimental District, York j 

SamuelBiack,CS/.i<.CoZ.BengalStaffC.|29Dec. ,.,,-j— ,-. , . ,. , . . ^ ^ 

Andrew R.Clephane.X*. Co?. Madr."xs S.C. 1 29 Dec. 44' 14 June 47129 Dec. 59 29 Dec. 64 29 Dec. 70 



19 Feb. 75 
I Mar. 75 
10 Mar. 75 



!30J 



Ma] 



16 Dec. 46 
26 Aug. 53 

14 Oct. 56 

16 Dec. 46 
II Dec. 46 
II Oct. 45 
10 Dec. 44 
10 Dec. 
10 Dec. 44 
:6Dec. 46 
20 Oct. 43 



24 Nov. 47I20 June 541 15 Feb. 61! 3 Sept.70 3 Sept. 75 



S Mar. 52 29 Dec. 54 
8 Aug. 48126 July 52 



May 49' 14 July 54 



16 Jan. 63 
20 July 58 



I June 75 
;8Nov. 68J13 June7s 
19 June 70 29 June 75 
4 June 69I I July 75 

!o Ma.y 68 2 July 75 

:5 Mar. 69' 4 July 75 
1 31 Aug. 60 10 July 75 



2 Jan. S5|22 May 57 22 Aug. 68 
8 Oct. 58 6 Sept.6i 



30 June 48 '20 June 54 
Aug. 54127 Aug. 58 

24 Sept. 47 26 Sept. 54 
18 June so 9 Oct. 57 
[I July 47] 23 Nov. 56 
28 Dec. 48] 10 Dec. 59 
30 June 48 20 June 54 



7 Oct. 82 

I Nov. 77 



21 Aug. 78 



3 Sept. 70! 3 Sept.7: 

3 Sept.70' 3 Sept.75'10 Apr. 78 



15 Feb. 61 

28 Aug. 58 

17 Dec. 58 I Apr. 7®: 

20 July 58 25 Mar. 67 

10 Dec. 64! 10 Dec. 70 

10 Dec. 64I10 Dec. 70 

12 Dec. 54 9 Nov. 62 



7 Oct. 7o{ 7 Oct. 75 
4 June 69(15 Oct. 75 

[6 Oct. 75 



5 Apr. 47 7 Oct. S1J17 liar. 63 24 Dec. 70 
3 Apr. 48 20 Mar. 57J29 Dec. 64 29 Dec. 70 



10 Dec. 75 
10 Dec. 75 
10 Dec. 75 
(7 Dec. 75 
24 Dec. 75 



3 Feb. 82 



43 



Charles Henry Hall, Lt.Coh Bengal S.C, 

J. G. Medlev, Col. Royal Engineers 

Edw. Owen Leggatt, Lt.Col. Madras S.C 
Wm. John WilUams, CB. Col. R. Art. .. 
Bd. Alex. Moore, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 
Charles Edw. Bates, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
Jos. Jordan,53 CB. Lt.Col. h.p. KegiO 

mental District > 

Fred. Richard Solly Plood.^* CB. Lt. \ 

Col. h.p. Brigade Depot ; A.A. 4- \ 

Q.M. Gen., Oihraltar ) 

John Miles, Lt.Col. Bombay Stafl' Corps 
James Turner Hill, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
"Wm. Chas. R. Mylne. Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
Robert Hale,i*.Co/.h.p. 7 Hus.; A.D.C.\ 

to H.R.H. the Duke of Camhridge ) 

Charles Nedham, if. Co7. Bengal Staff C. 
John Wood Rideont, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 

p.».c. E. H. Clive, if. Co/. Gren. Gds 

Edw. T. St. L. MccGwire, Lt.Col. Regi- \ 

mental District, Armagh ) 

Walter T. Chitty, Lt.Col. Bombay S. C. 
T. M. Baumgartner, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
p.i.c. S. W. F. M. Wilson,5C Lt.Col. h.p. "J 

Regimental District i 

William Andrew Armstrong," Lt.Col.') 

Regimental District, Tralee j 

Sis Koyal Mighness Ernest Aug. Wm. I 

Adolphus Geo. Fred. Duke of Cum- [ 

berland, KG J 

Philip Raveiihill,CiJ. Co/. R.Engineers ... 
Rol)ert Murray, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C... 
James Kempt Couper, i/. Co/. Bengal ■) 

Staff Corps i 

James Archibald Ruddell.^Sif.Co/.h.p. | 

25 Foot f 

Nathaniel Stevenson, Lt.Col. h.p. 87 ■) 

Foot ; A.A. 4- q.U. Gen., Cork j 

Henry James'Buchanan,'^ CB. Lt.Col. ~t 

h.p. 9 F.;^«-ix/..iJ/-'f-Q..l/.G->«./)oiwi 
Oliver Robert Stokes, (<,/. R. Avtillei-y.. 
J£oii. Cha. J. Adilini,'tou,""7>/. Co/. Com. ) 

a Proiisioiial Battalion at Shot-uvli'je i 
George Cecil Hemy, Col. R. Artillery .. 

Cha. E. Oldershaw, CB. Col. R. Art 

Wm. Jas. P. Barlow, if. Co/. Bengal S. C 
John Fred. Fischer, Col. R. Engineers... 
p.i.c. John P. Battersby, Lt.Col. h.p. 60 | 

Rifles; Amistant Director of Military \ 

Education '..) 

Gordon D. Pritchard, Lt.Col. R. Eng 

Beg. Q.Mainwaring, if. Co/. Madras S.C. 

W. W. GoodfeUow, CB. Col. R. Eng 

Charles Napier Sturt,6i Lt.Col. h.p. ^ 

Grenadier Guards j 

Charles Style Akers, Col. R.Engineers . . 
Henry F. Hancock, Col. R.Engineers ... 
Patrick John Campbell, Col. R. Artillery 
George Henry Waller,^^ Lt.Col. h.^i. 7 \ 

Foot; A. A. 4- Q.M. Gen., Colchester] 

Wm. G. D.Massj'," if. Co/, h.p. 5 Lane.;) 

Com. a Brigade of the Bengal Army ... ) 

Hales Wilkie/-' Lt.Col. h.p. 29 F.; A. A. t 

and Q.M. General, York....^ J 

I 



Colon 

COHNET, 
2nd LIEUT. LIEUT, 
or ENSIGN. I 
29 Dec. 44 15 Nov. 53 



CAPTAIN. 



29 Dec. 59 29 Dec. 64 29 Dec. 70 
£1 June47 I Aug.54|27 Aug. sS'a/ Aug. 38 14 June69 
Jan. 45 20 Mar. 47 23 Nov. 561 3 Jan. 65; 3 Jan. 71 
May 47 30 June 48 1 24 Aug. 54 2 Nov. 55 24 Oct. 65 
Jan. 45 12 Aug. 48:18 Jan. 60 18 Jan. 65 18 Jan. 7 
Jan. 45 12 Mar. 50' 18 Jan. 60 



14 Feb. 45 27 Mar. 48 
21 Aug. 49 8 Aug. 51 



Aug. K. Comber, if. Col. Bengal Staff C 
Wm. Robei-t Gordon, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C 
James Burn, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps. 
F. C. Anderson, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 
Montgomery Hunter, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
Philip Smith, CB. Lt.Col. Gren. Gds. .. 
Edward Dandridge, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C 
Frederick Close, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
T. E. Gordon, CB. CSI. Lt.Col. Ben. S. C 
William Bannerman, Lt.Col. Bombay) 

St.'iff Corps j 

Thos. Spence Hawks, if. Co/. Madras S.C 
I. F. MacAndrew, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C... 
John J. H. Gordon, CB. Lt.Col. Ben. S.C 
Ceorge Robert FitzRoy, Major, Cold- / 

stream Guards ' ) 

Gjorge Edm. L. Walker, Col. R. Eng. 
W. M. Lees, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps ... 
p.s.c. *'(;• T. Durand Baker,''' JCCB. ) 

Lt.Col. h.p. Irish Regt.; Aide de Camp i 

tothequeen,andDep.Adj.Gen.inIrfla>id) 
Thomas Edmund Byrne, Lt.Col. R. Art. 
Richard Barter, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 

John Mullins, Col. Royal Engineers 

Wm. H. Hau-ley,«8 if.Co/. Regimental) 

District; Colonel on theStaff,MauritiusS 
Arthur Lyttelton Annesley,«» Lt. Col. \ 

h.p. II U.\in.;AdjutantGeneral, Bombay i 



Feb. 45 
i Feb. 45 



Jan. 46 
Jan. 48 
Aug. 51 



29 Oct. 52 
17 July 60 

3 Feb. 60 
19 Jan. 58 
22 Aug. 58 
I Jan. 59 
8 Jan. 58 
3 Nov. 56 



1 June 52 14 Sept. 55 
28 Feb. 45 I Aug. 48 

2 Mar. 45 2 Mar. 47 
18 Aug. 54 8 Dec. 54 17 July 57 

9 Oct. 49 21 May 52' 19 Jan. 55 

1 Apr. 45 7 Mar. 50 25 Oct. 59 
4 Apr. 45 26 Nov. 47 

2 Nov. 47 1 1 May 49 



Nov. 40 28 July 43 



May 46 9 Nov. 46 i Apr. 55 

June 45 1 4 Dec. 49 27 Aug. 58 

4 June 45 17 Feb. 51 16 Feb. 59 

17 Apr. 52 6 June 54 13 July 55 

25 Aug. 58 7 Nov. 62 13 Feb. 66 

4 June 50 15 July 53 15 June 55 

May 47 30 .Tune 48 21 Sept. 54 

Aug. 50 30 July 52 29 Dec. 54 

6 Dec. 46 23 Oct. 47 20 June 54 



19 Aug. 56 
31 Aug. 55 
3 Dec. 52 



2 May 47 30 June 48 29 Oct. 
22 July 45 
10 Dec. 47 



8 Jan. 65' 18 Jan. 71 

2 Nov. 55 12 Jan. 65 

23 Oct. 60, 9 Apr. 70 

3 Feb. 65! 3 Feb. 71 
.8 Feb. 65 18 Feb. 71 
10 Feb. 65 20 Feb. 71 
21 Aug. 69'22 Feb. 71 
>8 Feb. 65 1 28 Feb. 71 
2 Mar. 65! 2 Mar. 71 

8 Mar. 64 

9 Feb. 67 25 Mar. 7 

1 Apr. 6s: I -^-P''- 7 
!8Mar. 65 1 4 Apr. 7 
!oMa.y 68'27 Aug. 70 

2 Nov. 55 1 9 Feb. 65 



2 Nov. 5S 10 Nov. 66 
4 June 65, 14 June 7: 
4 June 65 14 June 71 

3 Feb. 66j2i June7i 
igFeb. 70 28 June 71 



1 Apr. 57112 July 68 29 June 76 
23 Nov. 68 8 July 71 8 July 76 
20 July 58 25 Mar. 69 12 July 76 

2 Nov. ssUi Aug. 65 20 July 76 
54 2 Nov. 55!26 Jan. 66|2o Julv 76 

Oct. 48 23 Nov. 56 22 July 65122 July 71 22 .July 7° 
' ■ " 9 Aug. 71 9 Aug. 76 



29 Dec. 75 

2 Jan. 76 

3 Jan. 76 

7 Jan. 76 

8 Jan. 76 
8 Jan. 76 
!i Jan. 76 

27 Jan. 76 



17 Oct. 82 
21 Sept. 7S 



3 Feb. 76; 
8 Feb. 76 

20 Feb. 76! 

22 Feb. 76 23 July 7c, 

28 Feb. 76 1 
2 Mar. 76 

4 Mar. 76 

25 Mar. 76 
I Apr. 76 
4 Apr. 76 

22 Apr. 76 17 Oct. 82 

26 Apr. 76 

27 May 76: 

8 June 76 
14 June 76 
14 June 76; 

21 June 76121 Juno 80 

28 June 76^21 June So 
May 7S 



i 



Aug. 54 27 Aug. 58 
I 1 

30 July 44 28 Jan. 48 23 Mar. 55 

31 July 55]26May 62 



20 Aug. 45 
12 Dec. 51 



6 Aug. 46 
12 June 52 

I Oct. 47 
ro Aug. 54 
27 Oct. 54 
18 Aug. 54 



:3 Dec. 52 
I Aug. 54 
14 Feb. 51 
9 Nov. 60 
I Aug. 54 

30 June 48 
22 Dec. 54 

9 Feb. 55 

3 Jan. 55 
27 June 54 
13 Aug. 52 6 .Tune 57 

I Nov. 40, [9 Feb. 59 

I July 51: 2 Sept. 59 
iS Mar. 50 13 Dec. 60 

31 .Tan. 53 13 Dec. 60 
19 Jan. 55125 June 58 



12 Dec. 45 
12 Dec. 45 

12 Dec. 45 

13 Dec. 45 

13 Dec. 45 

14 Jan. 46 
18 Dec. 47 
21 Aug. 49 

3 Feb. 46 

5 Feb. 46! 16 Mar. 53 

20 Feb. 46 30 Apr. 51 

21 Aug. 49I 9 Jan. 54 



6 Aug. 46 4 '. 

.^ Apr. 46' 18 Aug. 



Aug. 6c 
27 Aug. 58 

6 Nov. 54 
I Apr. 55 

27 Aug. 58 
8 Dec. 54 

20 Mar. 57 

20 Feb. 70 
24 July 57 
13 Mar. 57 



7 Sept. 52 
JO June 48 
2 Dec. 53 



25 Oct. 59 

1 Apr. 55 
13 Dec. 59 

3 Fob. 61 
!i Dec. 59 

8 Feb. 61 

2 Dec. 59 



26 Feb. 67 

II Oct. 64 
20 Aug. 65 
IS Aug. 68 



Apr. 70! I J Aug. 76 



IS Aug. 6; 
20 Aug. 7 

I Sept. 7 
28 Dec. 60 
13 Sept. 71 
20 Sept. 71 

I Oct. 71 



iS Mar. 69 

21 June 74 28 Oct. 7 



7 Aug. 80 



23 Jan. 63 
20 Feb. 63 



12 Dec. 65 
12 Dec. 65 

12 Dec. 65 

13 Dec. 65 
13 Dec. 65 



15 Aug. 76 
20 Aug. 76 
I Sept. 76 

9 Sept. 76 
13 Sept. 76 
2oSept.76 

I Oct. 76 
28 Oct. 76 21 June! 



[4 Jan. 66 
8 June 70 

rsNov.fii 
3 Fob. 66 



31 Oct. 71 31 Oct. 76 15 Mar. 70 

31 Oct. 71 31 Oct. 76^ 

14 Apr. 63^23 Nov. 76' II Oct. 79 

12 Deo. 7i'i2 Dec. 76 

[2 Dec. 71 '12 Dec. 76 

12 Dec. 71 12 Dec. 76 

13 Dec. 71 13 Dec. 76 

13 Dec. 71 13 Dec. 76' 
29 May 67 1 15 Dec. 76, 

14 Jan. 72 14 Jan. 77! 
17 Jan. 72 17 Jan. 77I 
23 Aug 69 21 Jan. 77 

3 Feb. 72; 3 Feb. 77 
5 Feb. 72I 5 Feb. 77' 
20 Feb. 72 20 Feb. 77 
" ' Feb. 77I 



30 Nov. 6oi23 Mar. 69 

28 July 63! 8 Apr. 77; 

20 Apr. 70 12 Apr. 72 12 Apr. 77 
14 Apr. 66 14 Apr. 72:14 Apr. 77 



[8 Aug. 54 12 Jan. 55I26 Oct. 58:21 Mar. 65 i Apr. 74'2i Apr. 77'i4 Sept. 

8 Dec. 47 14 Oct. 48 I Apr. 55 23 July 70 24 Apr. 72 24 Apr. 77 
iS Apr. 46: 3 Apr. 49I17 Apr. 58128 Apr. 66 28 Apr. 72 28 Apr. 77! 

3 Dec. 48J I Aug.54|27 Aug. 58 j 5 May 72 5 May 77 

o July 46 15 Feb. 5029 Dec. 54' 3 Dec. 63 8 May 72 8 May 77 i Apr. 



21 July 54 8 Deo. 54 24 Feb. 57 18 Jan. 61 9 Dec. 



1 May 77; 3 Apr. 78 



Culonds 



James Keith Frnser, "" Li.CoI. h.p- O. 

Life Guards J 

Henry F. Davies, Lf.Col. Gren. Gds 

Geo. Julius Melliss, if.Co?. Bombay S C. 
T. C.Georges, IJ.Col. Madras Stalf C... 
D.G.S.St.JolinGrant.i/. Co/. Madras S.C. 
M. de la P. Beresford.'i u.Col. h.p. I 

Regimental District 1 

Sir C. M. jMacGres-or, A'CJS. CSI. CIJS. 1 

Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps i 

Francis Edward Cos, CoL R. Engineers 
Geo. Aixdi-ew Walker, if. Co/.iladras S.C. 
Hem-y H. Steward,'- i^ Co/, h.p. Regi- > 

mental District > 

George A. Laughtou.if. Co?. Bombay S.C. 
Henry Clement Wilkinson,'^ CB. Lt. \ 

Col. h.p. i6 Lancers J 

j5.».c.Wm.H.Goodeuougii,C'£. Co/. R. Art. 
Needham Thompson Parsons,"* LI. Col. \ 

h.p. Regimental District i 

Walter D'Oyly Kerrich, Col. R. Art 

Robert .Maliaby, Lt. Cvl. Bombay Staff C. 
Richard Warren, Col. R)yal Engineers ... 
Richard Hugh StotUuvd. r.,/. K. Eng. ... 
William HattNuble, '"' - ■'.'<-'.': i i-s ... 
Henry Schaw, if.O./. l; i - .rrs. 

George Hamilton Goril , /. ' : l-^ng. 
Julian H. Hall,''= i/.' ' .:. ■-.' i- 'ids. 
William John Chad,-.,:" ,'.'.(. 114..^ 

Reserve Depot ■ ■■ ) 

AndrewCampbell ICunx l> ilk.'' /.' Col.\ 

Regimental District, Fi,.' tir, ,._,<' ) 

BendysheWalton,C/£./-' r,,/. I\uum1S.C. 
Charles Elgee, Lt.Col. WeWi Ku-:lifi-s > 

(23Foot) 3 

Richard Preston,*" CB. Lt.cl. h.p. 41 > 

Foot; A.A.4- Q.M.aeii., EdinlMirijk j 

Arthur Fred. Wan-en,si CB. Lt.Col. ) 

Regimental District, Bodmin >' 

Paget Walter L'Estrange, Co/. R. Art.... 
William Gill3' Andrewes, Col. R. Ai-t. ... 
c. Frederic Smith Vacher,'*^ Lt.Col. } 

Regimental District, Burij j 

James Harwood Rocke,«» CB. Lt. Col. \ 

h.p. 18 Foot i 

William Pole Collingwood.s* CMG. \ 

Lt. Co/.Regimental District,iVeHJca'//e J 

rC Sir Howard C. Elphtnstone, KCB. \ 

CMG. Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 3 

ireC.Cha.Teesdale.CJJ. Col. R. Art 

Robert Mockler,'*'^ i/. Co/. Regimental) 

District, Richmond i 

Wm. Drummond Scrase Dickin*,^- Lt. ) 

Col. h.p. 31 Foot 3 

Henry R. L. Newdigate,** VB. Lt.Col. \ 

Regimental District, Lichfield 1 

Godfrey Clerk,^^ Lt.Col. h.p. Rifle j 
Brigade ; Adjutant General of the > 

Madras Army ) 

"SiL Sir Hugh H.Gougb, KCB. Lt.Col. ) 

Bengal Staff Corps J 

UlJ John J. M'Leodlnnes, i/. Co/. R. Eng. 
George Tomkyns Chesriey,i/. Co/.R. Eng. 
AVm. Edmund Warraud, Lt.Col. R. Eng... 
Henry Alex. Browulow, Lt.Col. R. Eng. 
yCHan-y HammonLyster, CB. Lt.Col. I 

i 



COKSET, 
2ndLIEDT.j 
OrEUSIGK. I 

X 



CAPTAIIT. M.\JOK. 



6 Apr. 52'23 Mar. 55 17 Xov. 57 

|i9 Dec. 54 28 Aug. 57 

3 June 46 13 Nov. 50 i3 Feb. 6i|i3 June 66 
3 June 46J 14 Jan. 51 18 Feb. 61113 June 66 
3 June46 21 Dec. 52 '' " ' ' 



.9 May 72 29 May 77 

t4 June 64 4 June 77 
13 June 72 13 June 77 
[3 June 72 13 J 



Feb. 61 1 13 June 66 13 June 72 13 June 77 

Dec. 53I22 June55[28Dec. 6oi 14 July 69 14 June 72 14 Juno 77 

Oct. 68 10 Nov. 69 18 June 77 



Oct. 5617 Nov. 5720 Oct. 68 
6 Aug. 40 20 Feb. 47 i Apr. 55'26 Apr. 59 
Nov. 53 18 Feb. 61 23 June 66 



William Roberts Farmar, Major, h.p. ] 
75 P. Staff Captain and Assistant Com- V 
mandant, R. Victoria Hospital, Netley ) 
-- - - nel,\ 



23 June 46 
12 Apr. 50 
3 July 46 

15 Feb. 56 
19 Dec. 49 

26 July 45 
9 Dec. 50 

3 Aug. 46 
17 Dec. 46 

2 May 47 
2 May 47 
2 May 47 
2 May 47 

12 Nov. 47 
28 Sept. 47 

16 June 48 
14 Apr. 46 

27 Feb. 46 
23 July 47 

9 Dec. 48 
o June 49 
8 Dec. 46 

4 Aug. 
•23 Mar. 47 

8 Dec. 47 
8 June 5 
12 Sept. 4 3 

19 Aug. 5: 
16 Sept. SI 

5 Dec. 51 

4 Sept. S3 
8 Dec. 48 

8 Dec. 48 

9 June 49 
II Dec. 49 

20 Sept.48 

2S Feb. 45 



Alured Clarke Johnson, CB. Colonei 

Royal Artillery i 

John Hudson, VB. Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 
Frederick William Lambton, Lt.Col.} 

Highland Light Infantry (71 F.) > 

Compton Alwyne Scrase Dickins,^' Lt. ) 

Col. Regimental District, Fort George i 
Charles Edw. Cumberland, CB. Lt.Col. \ 

Royal Engineers ) 

James Bevan Edwards,^^ CB. Li. Col. > 

h.p. Royal Engineers i 

Wm. James Stuart, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
Robert Children Whitehead,'-'^ CB. Lt. > 

Col. Regimental District, Ashton j 

John H. M. Shaw Stewart, Lt.Col. R. | 

Eng i 

Henry John P. E. Hickes, Lt.Col. R.Art. 
p.s.c. Wm. Wiltshire Lyuch,^* Lt.Col.} 

Regimental District, Shrewsbtirt/ 3 

Henry Thomas Arbuthnot, if. Co/. R.Art. 
William Stirlmg,»i CB. Lt.Col. h. p.") 

R. Artillery ; A. A. 4-Q.M.G. TFoohcichS 
H. G. De la Fosse,^^ CB. Lt.Col. Regi- > 

mental District, Berwich-on-Taeed ... j' 



I June 52 II July 56 
3_Dec. 49 3 July 59 
5 Aug. 59 22 Sept.63 
I Apr. SI 23 Feb. s6 
29 June 49! 12 Mar. 58 
9 Mar. 57 15 Dec. 60 

1 May 50 1 Julj- 60 
4 July 47 1 14 May 55 
18 Oct. 47 21 May 55 
3 Dec. 47] I* June 55 

2 Feb. 48 1 June 55 
9 Apr. 48' 19 June 55 
2 Avig. 54! 13 Feb. 56 
;2 Sept.48,30 Junes4 

8 .June 49 1 12 Aug. 5 
8 Feb. so 8 Jan. s6 
[8 Feb. 48 29 Dec. S4 



4 Nov. 48 
I Oct. 53 
9 May 49 
27 May 50 
20 Oct. 48 
I Mar. 50 
15 Nov. so 

11 Nov. SI 
22 Apr. S3 

12 Jan. 48 

7 June S4 
6 June 54 

IS Mar. S3 

9 Aug. ss 
I Aug. 54 



19 June 50 
22 Apr. S3 
16 Sept. 5 
13 Dec. 50 
18 Dec. 47 



4 June 70 19 June 77 
23 June 72 23 June 77 
16 Mar. 70 26 June 72 26 June 77 
3 July 66 3 July 72 3 Jul.y 77 
13 July 70 



20 July 58 
IS Sept. 69 
5 July 72 
3 Aug. 66 

19 Nov. 70 

22 Nov. 70 

23 Nov. 70 
2 Jan. 7 

28 Feb. 7 



3 July 72 3 July 77 
25 Mar. 69 5 July 77 
24 July 72 24 July 77 

I Aug. 72 I Aug. 77 

3 Aug. 72 

3 Aug. 72 



12 Dec. 54 

2 Nov. 55 
24 Mar. 58 
2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 55 
2 Nov. 55 

6 June 56 

7 Nov. 6; 
26 Dec. s6 
26 Dec. 56 
15 Jan. 58 
24 Mar. 58 
20 July 58 
20 July 58 
20 July 

5 Jan. 61 
28 Aug. 58 

4I27 Aug. 58 28 Aug. 58 

- 28 Aug. 58 

28 Aug. 58 



29 Dec. 54 

Dec. 
29 June 55 
7 Sept. 55 
29 Dec. 54 

Dec. 54 
28 July 54 
20 Apr. 56 
14 Jan. 58 
9 May SI 

20 Feb. 55 
23 Mar. 55 



Jan. 6r 
27 Aug. 58 



3 Aug. 77 

_ . 3 Aug. 77 

3 Aug. 72. 3 Aug. 77 

3 Aug. 72 3 Aug. 77 

3 Aug. 77 

3 Aug. 77 

■9 Sept. 77 

I Oct. 77 



44 

WHEN 
PLACED Oir 
HALF PAT. 

July 82 



7 Oct. 82 



3 Aug 
3 Aug. 72 
o Oct. 66 : 

9 Nov. 62 



29 Sept. 82 
75 0cf. 82. 



10 Feb. 65 I Oct. 77 



21 Dec. 65 
Aijr. 66 



Oct. 77 
. Oct. 77 



24 Apr. 66 I Oct. 77 



3 Aug. 66 
[3 Feb. 67 
6 July 67! 
I Jan. 68' 



Oct. 7; 



Oct. 77 
Oct. 77 



Oct. 77 
: Oct. 77 
9 Apr. 68 I Oct. 77 
Oct. 77 
Oct. 77 
Oct. 77 



. Mar. 



I AUff. 5427 .lu-. 50 
I Aug.54|27 Aug.58 
I Aug. 54! 27 Aug.58 

3 Nov. 54I18 Feb. 61 

I Apr. 46 13 May 53 

7 Jan. 52' I Jan. 57 
9 Mar. 55 23 July 58 



[9 Jan. 64 
!6 Apr. 59 



26 Apr. 59 
22 Mar. 64 



9 Apr. 68 
14 Dec. 68; 

18 Mar. 69!' 

25 Mar. 69! 
25 Mar. 69 
25 Mar. 69 

30 Mar. 69 
14 June 69 
14 June 69 
14 June 69 
14 June 69 
i3 Mar. 70 



:9 Dec. 49 
7 Oct. 51 
3 June SI 
I Apr. 54 



22 Sept. 54 23 Oct. 57 19 July 59 
20 May 53I17 Junessj 3 P'eb. 60 
13 Nov. SI 10 June 56 15 Jun 
17 Feb. 54 I Apr. 59 15 June 60 
17 Feb. 54,20 Aug. 581 4 Jan. 61 



8 Aug. 54 30 Nov. 55 

1 Aug. 54 24 Nov. 58 
4 Oct. 54 7 June 60 
17 Sept. 50 13 Dec. 53 14 May 58 
22 June S3I16 May 54' i Apr. 60 
22 June 53*30 May 54 i Apr. 60 

I ! 

9 Dec. 54 23 Nov. 56 21 June 61 



[5 Feb. 61 
[5 Feb. 61 
[5 Feb. 61 
S Mar. 6: 
9 Api". 61 
9 Apr. 6 
>2 June 6 



Oct. 77 

Oct. 77 

Oct. 77 

Oct. 77 

Oct. 77 

; Oct. ,7 
: Oct, 

: Oct. 77 

: Oct. 77 



4 June 70 I Oct. 77 

4 June 70 I Oct. 77 
:3 June 70 I Oct. 77 



10 Oct. 70 
28 Feb. 71 

11 Apr. 71 



Oct. 77 
Oct. 
Oct. 77 



5 Mar. 79 



5 Feb. 7^ 



: Apr. 71! I Oct. 77 



19 Nov. 71 
29 Dec. 71 



I Oct. 77| 

I Oct. 77 1 



29 Dec. 71. I Oct 77I 
Oct. 77 1 



31 Dec. 71 
S Jan. 72 
5 Jan. 72 



Oct. 77' 
Oct. 77 j 
Oct. 77 IS Feb. 



4 Mar. 72' I Oct. 77 



45 



Colonels. 



CORNET, 
2ndLIEUT. 
OrEHSIGN. 



•I Jan. S3 
5 Jan. 47 

4 Aug. 54 

5 June 50 



9 Dec. 50 
13 June 51 
II Dec. 46 
i6 Jan. 46 



22 Dec. 50 
13 Dec. 54 

23 Nov. 56 
b Nov. 54 

12 Apr. 57 
31 Dec. 57 
4 May 49 
19 Feb. 47 
12 Dec. 46] 21 Oct. 5< 
26 Dec. 46 I Anp:. 5: 
29 Dec. 46131 Oct. 



p.t.c. George Digby Barker, s" Lt.Col.'i 

h.p. 64Foot i 

John Edw.Swindley.'sxK.Coi.b.p.isHuss. 
Wm. Butler Gos.set, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
Heury Moore, CB. VIE. Lt.Col. Bom-) 

bay Staff Corps j 

George Carden,'^ Lf.Col. b.p. Regi-) 

mental District j 

Arch. R. Gloag, Col. Royal Artillery 

Thomas Ignatius M. Hog, Col. R. Art. ... 
George Ne\vton Fendall.i^oii. Co/, h.p. > 

Shropshire h.p. Light Infantry (53 F.) j 
John Jago, Lt.Col. Highland Light) 

Infantry (74 Foot) i 

L.D'A. Dunsterville, i/. Co/. BombavS.C. 
Obas. D. Clemeutson,i^ Co/. Madras S.C. 
T. W. W. Pierce, Lt.Col. Bombay S. 0... 
Thomas Lamb, Lt. Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Hastings Fraser, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 
WilUam Munro, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 
Richard K. Macquoid,X<. Co/. Madras S.C. 
Chas. Alex. M'Mahon, Lt.Col. MadrasS.C. 
■Charles Blewitt,"" Lt.Col. Regimental) 

District, Leicester j' 

Thomas Lynden Bell,'"- Lt.Col. Regi- ) 

mental District, Bristol ) 

Jei-vis Hari^ur, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C... 
George Hay Moncrieff, Lt.Col. Scots Gds. 
John Thompson.ioi' X<. Co/. Regimental) 

District, Burnley j 

.Henry P. Ewart, C.B.£i'.Co/.2 Life Guards 
George Frederick de Ben-y,i»* i/.Co/. ] 

h.p. Brigade Depot ; Commanding a \ 

Division of the 21adras Armi/ j 

Robert Blackall Montgomery,!"^ Lt.Col. ) 

Regimental District, Taunton j 

Edward Horatio Henry Foster,i°6x;. Co/. ) 

Regimental District, Clonmel J 

Frederic Brine, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
Arthur Edw. Aug. Ellis,"'? CSI. Capt. 4- ) 

Lt.Col. h.p. Gren. Gds. Hquerry to I- 

H.Ii.S. the Prince of (Vales ) 

Thos. Tyacke, CB. Lt.Col. Regimental) 

District, Chester 3 

David MacFarlan, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Charles Shaw de N. Lucas, Col. R. Art. ... 
JohnPringleSherriff, i/. Co/. Bengal S.C. 
Henrj' Cook,!"^ Lt.Col. h.p. Yorkshii-e) 

Regt. (19F.) J 

Richard S. Simonds, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C 

Thomas E Webster, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 

Wm.ScottDrever.CS/.Li.Co/.MadrasS.C. 

John Brenton Cox, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C... 

Rowland R. Wallace, Lt.Col. Bombay S;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. 

AVm. Turton Fagan, Lt.Col. Benga'l S.C. 

Wm.ColesPliillpotts,i«.Co/.R, Engineers! 18 Dec 47 1 6 Dec ^ 

Thomas Francis Lloyd,"" Lt. Col. Regi- ) I I 

mental District, Guildford ) 1^2 June 55 15 May 57 

Hugh Parker Montgomery,"! Lt.Col ) ■ 1 

Regimental District, Winchester j |^i -A-Ug- 49 z8 Oct. S3 

Thomas W. Stansfeld, Lt.Col. Madr. 8.0.121 Aue 47 11 Mar 52 

10 Nov. 53 



2 Apr. 61 
5 Mar. 58 
2 Aug. 60 

[5 June 62 

9 Nov. 55 
28 Dec. 60 
25 Sept. 61 

7 Nov. 56 
7 Mar. 51 
5 Feb. 57 



20 Jan. 
20 Jan. 47 
20 Jan. 47 
26 Jan. 47 
4 Feb. 47 
8 May 46 
17 May so 
17 Feb. 47 

6 June 54 
19 Oct. 49 
26 Feb. 58 

7 Jan. 42 
24 Sept. 47 

2 May 42 
I Oct. 47 



July 5; 



Mar 
20 Apr. 53 
15 Nov. 5 
I 'Feb. 5 
30 Dec. S' 
ii Dec. 48 

17 Feb. S4 
26 Au 
4 Aug. 54 
17 June 5 
22 July s9 
25 Apr. 4s 



3 Feb. 6 
3 Feb. 6 



I Oct. 62 
[7 Feb. 67 



[2 Oct. S2 
[4 Apr. 46 
[I Nov. so 
[2 Jan. 

2 Nov. S5 



24 Oct. 58 26 Dec. 6620 
3 Jan. 60 29 Dec. 66 29 
5 Nov. 58 20 Jan. 67 20 

20 Jan. 6720 
20 Jan. 67120 
xcu. ui 26 Jan. 67'26 
Feb. S9 4 Feb. 67I 4 
^ay 55 7 Jan. 69 

30 Nov. 55 

- Sept. 60 

5 Jan. 56 
15 Jan. 56 

25 Mar. 62 

3 Oct. 49 

4 Aug. 54 

4 Feb. ss 
23 Feb. 56 

7 Apr. 60 



ri June 53 


12 Sept. 57 


9 June 48 


25 Feb. 54 


20 Jan. 51 


16 July 5.( 


15 June 55 


31 Aug. 55 


II June 47 




11 June 47 


21 Sept. si 
10 July 50 


II June 47 


II June 47 


28 May 51 


II June 47 


15 Nov. S3 


II June 47 


16 Dec. 53 


12 June 47 




12 June 47 


14 Nov. S3 


28 July 47 


9 Feb. 51 



Adam H. M. D'.ckey, Lt.Col. Madras S.C, 21 Auo- 47 
Edward Langford Dillon,!'^ Lt.Col. h.p. ) , " 

18 Foot :.. ] I Sept. 54 

■George Flower Herbert,"* i(. Co/. Regi-) 

mental District, Naas ... i ^5 Oct. 50 

Charles FitzGerald."5 Xf. Co/, h.p. 49 Foot'27 Jan. 54 
Duncan John M'Grigor, Lt.Col. R. Art....Ii2 June ■;2 
F.W. E. F. Walker, CB. Major, Scots) 

Guards ". )| 

Robert JohnHughes,"6C'iJ.£i!.Co/.h.p.'63) 

B'.; Com. a Brigade of the Bengal Army) 
AmeliusBeauclerk Fyers, Lt.Col. R. Eng. 
Robert Rollo Gillespie,"" CB. Lt.Col ) 

h.p. 106 F ) 

Sir Wm. Owen Lanyon, CB. KCMG.^ 

Lt.Col. 2 W. India Regiment S 

Hugh D'Arcy P. Bumell, Lt.Col. 7 Huss 
Clements Robert Shaw, Lt.Col. Bengal ) 

Staff Corps ...j 10 Dec 

Clement John Smith, Lt. Col. Madi-as H .„ 1 

Staff Corps j jioDec. 47 15 Nov. 53 

Edward L. Hankin, Lt.Col. Madras)' „ 

StaffCorps j 10 Dec. 47I 10 May 56 

iEdwardC. S.WUliams, C/.B. Co/. R. Eng.' oJuue48l i Au-^ ^a 
George Wheeler, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 11 Dec. 47I 3 Julv' S4 
Edward Loltus Bland, Lt.Col. R. Eng. ... 27 June 48! 17 Feb. 54 
iStrEdmond Frederick Du Cane,XC.B ) 1 

Lt.Col. Royal Engineers j '9 Dec. 48,17 Feb. S4 

WUliam Cros.smau, CMQ. Lt.Col. R.Eng.'ig Dec. 48 17 Feb. s4 
JasperOtwayMayne,X«.Co/. R. Eng. ...;ii Dec. 49I i Aug. 54 



9 Mar. 55 

10 Dec. 52 
29 Oct. 54 
27 Apr. 58 
5 Sept. 62 
■Jan. 4i|3o Aug. 43 
r8 Dec. 47i2o Dec. 51 
8 June 49 3 July 55 
21 Dec. 60 27 July 66 
14 July 54! 14 Sept. 55 
Dec. so 



CAPTAIlf. UAJOH 



7 Sept.6i 23 

31 Dec. 6i'i9 

[4 Jan. 62! s 

15 Aug. 68 II 

(4 June 641 5 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 

24 Mar. 58 
May 62 

29 Apr. 66|i2 Dec. ,_ __ 
Dec. 72 1 26 
Dec. 72 [29 
Jan. 73 20 
Jan. 73 20 
Jan. 73 1 20 
Jan. 73 26 
Feb. 73 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



Apr. 72 

June 72 

July 72 

Sept. 72 

Oct. 72 
2 Nov. 72 ^ 
2 Nov. 72 2 
;8 Mar. 69 
9 Dec. 72 9 Dec. 77 



Oct. 77 '21 Jan. 81 

Oct. 77 29 Apr. 79 

Oct. 77! 

Oct. 77; 

Oct. 77 31 Oct. 82 

Nov. 771 

Nov. 771 

Nov. 77,19 Dec. 82 



14 Mar. 6s 



Feb. 73 
Feb. 73 

Feb. 73 
Aug. 62 
Mar. 73 26 
Mar. 73 



17 Apr. 66 
t7 June 68 
9 Nov. 63 



1 Apr. 70 
[ Apr. 73 
[ Apr. 73 

2 Apr. 73 

3 Apr. 70 9 

23 Oct. 57 26 July 64 23 Apr. 73 23 
May 73 
May 731" 

Jan. 70I16 



Dec. 77' 
Dec. 77| 
Dec. 77I 
Jan. 78' 
Jan. 78] 
Jan. 78 1 
Jan. 78, 
Feb. 78! 
iFeb. 78' 

^Feb. 78 
■ Feb. 78: 
> Mar. 78 
Mar. 78 
Mar. 78 



zoFeb. 63:-2i Feb. 63 n 
!7 Aug. 58. 5 July 7211] 
la Jan. 6;' 2 Jan. 62' .: 



June 58; 7 Apr. 63 1 23 May 73 23 
June 73 
June 73 



27 June 57 6 Nov. -„ .. 
19 Aug. 59,11 June 67 11 
18 Feb. 61 II June 67 11 
18 Feb. 6i!ii June 67 11 
S Feb. 61:11 June 67 11 
8 Feb. 61 II June 67 11 
8 Feb. 61 1 12 June 67 12 
8 Feb. 61 '12 June 67 12 
S Apr. 58 5 Apr. 67:28 
I Aug. 56, 5 July 72 i 2 



373 



June 73' II 
June73'ii 
June 73 II 
June 73 12 
June 7^12 
July 73 28 
Aug. 73 2 
10 May 6i|iS Nov. 68, 9 Aug. 73' 9 



Mar. 78 22 Oct. 79 

Apr. 78 

Apr. 78 

Apr. 78 

Apr. 78 27 Sept.79 

Apr. 78' 

May 78' 
May 78 
May 78 
May 78 29 Sept.82 

June 78 
.June 78: 
June 78 
June 78] 
June 78 
June 78 
June 78 
June 78 
July 78 
Aug. 7S 



[7Aug.55ioNov. 69'i3 

[8 Feb. 61 '21 Aug. 67 21 
:8 Feb. 61J21 Aug. 67'2i 
31 Mar. 63116 Mar. 70 27 
9 Sept. 55 



Aug. 78! 



Aug. 78; 
Aug. 78 



[4 Oct. 68| 6 



3 Oct. 64 
; July 72 8 



2 Oct. 55 
2 Oct. 62 
[I July 6s 

7 Sept. 55: 10 May 64 
:8 Aug. 56 5 July 72 
30 July 62I II Sept.68 

5 July 68 I Apr. 74 
30 July 58 22 Sept. 63 



8 Feb. 6 
:8 Feb. 6 
:8 Fob. 6 



Aug. 73! 13 

Aug. 73 '2. 
Aug. 7321 
Aug. 73'27 Aug. 78I14 Sept. 78 

Sept. 731 6 
Oct. 73! 
Oct. 73! 
Feb. 73 1 1 



I Sept. 78, 

. Oct. 78 30 Oct 78 

! Oct. 78 

; Oct. 78 



Oct. 73 18 



10 Dec. 67 
10 Dec. 67 10 



Apr. 70 18 Oct. 78 6 Aug. 79 
Oct. 78' 

Oct. 78| 5 Sept.77 
Nov. 78, 
Dec. 78| 
Dec. 78 J 



10 Dec. 67J10 

Aug. 58; 5 July 72 'o 
Feb. 61 II Dec. 67: 11 
Feb. 58, 5 July 72; II 
Apr. 58: 5 July 72] II 

12 Aug. 58 5 July 72 II 
1,27 Aug. 58 5 July 72I11 



Aug. 73 

Feb. 78' 1 1 
Dec. 73! 6 
Dec. 73! 10 
Dec. 73 '10 
Dec. 73J10 
Dec. 73 10 
Dec. 73 II 
Dec. 73 II 

Dec. 73 II 
Dec. 73 II 
Dec. 7311 



■ 7' 



Dec 
Dec. 78 1 
Dec. 78J 
Dec. 78 
Uec. 781 
Dec. 78: 
Dec. 781 
Dec. 78I 



Colonels. 



46. 



COENET, 
21ld LIEUT, 
or ENSIGN. 



Henry Thomas Rogers, Lt.Col. R. Eng.... 
Irwin Montgomery Greig, Col. R.Eng. ... 

John R. Maunsell, Lf.Col. R. Eng 

Herberts. Panter, Lt.Col. Regimental) 

District, Winchester i 

.JohnG. S. Matheson,X<. Co?. Bengal S.G. 
Charles C. Mlnchin, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
Thomas Netherton Harward, Col. R. Art, 
William Denis-deVitre, Col. R. Artillery... 
Lionel Chase Barton, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C, 
Charles Edward Grogan, Lt.Col. Regi-) 

mental District, Srecon ) 

Rowley WillesHinxman,"^ Lt.Col. h.p. \ 

Regimental District J 

David Shaw, Lt.Col. Madi'as Staff Corps 
Aj-chibald Thos . Bald win, i<. Co?. Mad. S. C. 
Charles Vernon Jenkins, Lt.Col. Ben. S.C. 
Rowland Farrer, Lt.Col. Madras Stafi C. 
Edward Thomas Brooke, Li. Col. R. Eng. 
Joseph Bonus, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers... 
Robt. Stevenson Moseley, Lt. Col. Ben. S. C. 
Alfred Worsley Montagu, i<. Co?. Ben.S.C. 
Ale.xander Callander, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
Douglas Standen, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 
Ale.x. Henry Murray, Col. R. Artillery ... 
Albert Hem-y Bamfield, ii!.Co?. Ben. S.C. 
Edmund H. Cox, Co?. 2nd Com. R.Mar.Art. 
John Pentou,'-! Lt.Col. Regimental ; 

District, Birr ) 

Duncan Macpherson, CB. Lt.Col. Blacky 

Watch (42 Foot; ) 

Adolphus Haggerston Stephens, '22 Lt. \ 

Col. h.p. RiUe Br.; Aide de Camp to [ 

lI.Tt.U. the Duke of Cambridge ) 

John Plumptre Carr Glyn, Lt. Col. Rifle Br. 
George Ay ton Craster, Lt.Col. R. Eng. ... 
John Le Mesm-ier, Lt.Col. R. Engineers... 
William Adolphus Baker, Lt.Col. R. Eng. 



II Dec. 49 
9 Dec. 52 

II June 53 
1 May 57 

20 Dec. 47 



Aug 



Aug. 54 
Aug. 54 
Feb. 59 
; Nov. 53 



3 Dec. 47 15 Nov. 53 
8 Dec. 4S 6 Mar. 53 
I Dec. 49 29 Aug. 54 
3 Jan. 48,15 Nov. 53 
6 ^-pv. 47 28 Apr. 48 

23 Nov. 49! 3 Mar. 54 
8 Jan. 48 1 15 Nov. 53 
3 Jan. 



20 Jan. 48 
20 Jan. 48 



May 55 

6 Oct. 51 

5 Feb. S3 

,1 July 55 

8 Junes5l27 Apr. 58 

7 Feb. 481 I Apr. 56 

20 Feb. 48 13 Sept. 53 

Feb. 48 23 Feb. 55 



5 Feb. 48 
20 June 49 
20 Mar. 48 

5 Aug. 46 

6 June 51 
15 June 52 



7 June 51 '?4 Feb. 54 



25 Aug. 54 29 Dec. 54 12 Mar. 58 
Dec. 49: I Aug. 54 27 Aug 



Thomas Elliott 
Lynch Staplct 

mental Dislr 
Charles Van > 

CapeM,}Mir 
p.s.c. i;:-,t! 

Lf.(..\ :: , 
Stepbi.n ;i i, ■ 
Wm. H. G. i :ii 



ol. R. Art. . 
.Col. Reg 



I'.le., M„Jor, h.p.] 
Major, Edinburah } 
on, CB. CUa.l 



cii:. 



11)16,126 ji/„yt,j.^h.p. ) 

■, Cruernsey S 

us, X?. Co?. Mad. S.C, 
■, Xi'.Co?. Welsh) 

vw-'Lt.Cui. \ 



20 Dec 

9 June-js'ie Nov. 53'iS Feb, 
9June48 i Sept. 55' 18 Feb. 61 
10 June 48, 15 Nov. 53' 18 Feb. 61 

10 June 48 23 Nov. 56118 Feb. 61 
26 June 48115 Nov. 53114 Feb. 59 

I May 55' 17 Sept.57 I July 59' 
oOct. 5730 Oct. sglaSOct. 64 
5 May 55 10 Apr. 58^ 9 Aug. 64 

11 June 48 [30 Apr. 52J23 July 58 
5 Aug. 48!3o Dec. 52 18 Feb. 61 
5 Nov. 54 9 Feb. 55124 Aug. 58 
;i Dec. 49' I Aug. 54 27 Aug. 58 



iiieers ) 

:.,Lr, /-;. Co?. R. Artillery 
mer, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. 
William Hands, Lt.Col. Madras StaffC... 
Boyce W. D. Morton, Lt.Col. Bonyal S.C. 
William Osborn, Lt.Col. Madras StaffC... 
Eustaou Hill, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps. 
Thomas Trevor Turton, ii!.Co?. Mad. S.C. 
Henry Marshall, i-» Lt.Col. Regimental ) 

District, Dorchextcr ) 

WalterTuckfieUL(Juld,Mv>ii1lLy.i-/./.Co/. ) 

h.p. Essex UeL-niniii . ..3 

Sir Owen Tul 

Major, h.p. 
rCHei.i-. IM>,, 

62 l'\' ; : , 
Arthur N ,' 

FusiiiLT.5 (jj Fuot) ... 
Uffi Wm. Spottiswoode 

Royal Enijineers 

HanlsonWalke J. Trent, '^' /,?. Co?, h.p. 

68 Foot; <.'o,iin,,iji,linit and Inspector 

General of ill! xk it rii 

CharlesT.Heathcotf,"(i,'.ii'.Co?.Bom. S.C 
SIS. Sir Redvens H. Buller.'ss CB.) 

KCiia. Major, h.p. 60 F.; Aide de\ 

Camp to the l^ueen ) 

William Allan,'-" Lt.Col. Regimental) 

District, Ayr j' 

Edw. Marcus lieresfoiil, '-'■'('<(/,/. .|- Lf.\ 

Co?, h.p. Sfots Ciiiiiids f 

Simpson Hackttt, Li. Vol. Sushc.v Hegt. ) '., -r^cr 

(35 Foot) ...i,3'^°'=- 

Francis H. Jenkins, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal') 

Staff Corps 3 

Eichard Oldheld, Col. Royal Artillery. 
Herbert M. G. Purvis, Col. R. Artillery... 
p.s.e. Rich. Blundell-Holhnshead-Blun- 1 I 

dell, Lt.Col. h.p. 3 Hussars : Assistant \ 1 7 Mar. 56] 

Adjutant General I | I 

WilliamMussenden,"ox?.Co?.h.p.8Hus. ) ! 

Inspecting Ojficer of Auxiliary Cacalry \ 

in Great Britain j , 

Francis HoothNorman, C^.Xf. Co?. Ben. R.C 

^^B^L^ScSr^^'^^'^:^':,'"'] ''^ ^-^- '<'' ^"'- ''b ^"^- '' 

Charles :sransaeld Clarke,i3i CB. Lt.Col. )\ : I 

h.p. 57 Foot ; Js,!.s?. Adj. <$■ Qr. M. \ i Mar. 56 18 Nov. 59 25 Sept.67 
Gen., Fortsmoath ) , 



CAPTAIN. 



27 Aug. 58 

28 Nov. 59 
15 June 60 
ts Oct. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 61 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
18 Feb. ' 

29 Dec. 
15 Jan. 

II July 59 
31 July 60 
18 Feb ' 
18 Feb 

2 July 62 
20 Feb. 64 
18 Feb. 61 

3 Sept. 59 
8 Feb ' 



3 Nov. 50! 18 Feb. 61 



June 50 
15 Oct. 49 
27 May 48 



6 June 54 



[6 Sept. 55 
8 June 57 
2 Dec. 57 
22 Aug. 5 
24 Apr. 55 



9 Dec. S3 1 Aug. 54 
9 Dec. 53: I Aug. 54 
8 June 49 17 May 54 
8 Sept. 46, 27 May 48 

ii4Aug. 46 



Feb. 6 

Feb. 6 

27 Aug. 58 

16 Mar. 58 

24 Aug. 52 



5 July 72 
5 July 72 

5 July 72] 

6 Oct. 63 



II Dec. 73 
II Dec. 73 
II Dec. 73 
4 Dec. 73 
o Dec. 67120 Dec. 73 
o Dec. 67] 20 Dec. 73 
5 July 721 4 Feb. 74 
5 July 72 10 May 74 

3 Jan. 68j 3 Jan. 74 

4 Jan.' 64' 6 Jan. 74 



COLONEL. 



WHEN 
PLACED ON' 
HALF PAY. 



9 Jan. 64 7 Jan. 74 
8 Jan. 681 8 Jan. 74 



II Dec. 78 

II Dec. 78 

II Dec. 78 

14 Dec. 78 

20 Dec. 78 

20 Deo. 78 

31 Dec. 78 

31 Dec. 78 

3 Jan. 79 

6 Jan. 79 



7 Jan. 79 

8 Jan. 79 
13 Jan. 68ii3,Tan. 74J13 Jan. 79 
20 Jan. 68120 Jan. 7420 Jan. 79 
20 Jan. 68|2oJan. 74120 Jan. 79 

I Mar. 64: 7 Feb. 74 7 Feb. 79 
I Mar. 641 7 Feb. 74 7 Feb. 79 
17 Feb. 68I17 Feb. 74;i7 Feb. 79 
20 Fob. 6S;2oFeb. 74^20 Feb. 79 



20 Feb. 68! 20 Feb. 74 
25 Feb. 681 25 Feb. 74 
15 Aug. 68jii Mar. 74 
20 Mar. 68,20 Mar. 74 
5 July 72,24 Mar. 74 
5 Apr. 64 28 Mai\ 74 

5 July 65; I Apr. 74 



'31 July 55126 July 62 

I June 53! ^7 Apr. 58 29 Feb. 64 
9 June48J2o Dec. 51 



28 Oct. 68 

5 July 72 
S July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 Aug. 64 
12 June 67 
9 Sept. 64 
I Get. 64 

I Oct. 64 
9 J\me 68 
9 June 68 
9 June 68 
o June 68 
o June 68 
26 June 68 



14 Apr. 48! I July S3 29 Dec. 54 
7 Sept. 48, IS Nov. 53 18 Feb. 61 
23 May 58 9 Dec. 62 Us May 7c 
12 July 50 II Nov. 53 20 Dec. 54 
23 Aug. 54 3 Nov. 54'29 Apr. 56 
16 July 52 16 Mar. 55 



20 Dec. 51 15 Nov. 
19 Dec. 49 22 Dec. 
119 Dec. 49 22 Feb. 



20 Dec. 63 

2 Nov. 55 
I Jan. 56 

4 Mar. 



I June 53 19 Jan. 55I31 Jan. 58 
Dec. 48 IS Apr. 54J1S Feb. 6 



I Apr. 68 
9 Oct. 64 

4 Jan. 6s 

I July 59 

5 Aug. 68 
5 July 72 



I Apr. 74 

I Apr. 74 
I Apr. 74 
I Apr. 74 
4 Apr. 74 
14 Apr. 74 

20 Feb. 70 

16 May 74 

17 May 74 
17 May 74 



20 Feb 
25Fel 
II Mar. 79 
20 Mar. 79 
24 Mar. 79 
28 Mar. 79 
I Apr. 79 

I Apr. 79 

1 Apr. 79 
I Apr. 79 
I Apr. 79 
4 Apr. 79 
14 Apr. 79 
I May 79 

16 May 79 

17 May 79 
7 May 79 



9. June 74 1 9 June 79 
9 June 74 9 June 79 
9 JUUC74I 9 June 79 
10 Jvme 741 10 June 79 
10 June 74 10 June 79 

26 June 74126 June 79 

27 June 74 27 June 79 
29 June 74 29 June 79 
23 July 74 23 July 79 
15 Sept. 70131 July 79 
15 Aug. 74I15 Aug. 79 

I Apr. 74'i9 Aug. 79 
5 May 66, [9 Aug. 74 19 Aug. 79 



21 Mar. 65' 31 Aug. 74 
7 Sept. 68 7 Sept. 74 
1 Apr. 74 II Nov. 78 

18 Apr, 65! 7 Oct. 74 



31 Aug. 79 
7 Sept. 79 
27 Sept. 79 



Sept 7 



15 May 72 
IS July 76 



2.>Oct. 7 



Oct 

I 4 Nov. 64 '10 Oct. 79 

i t 

2 June 65 10 Oct. 74110 Oct. 79 

20 Dec. 71 '20 Dec. 77 29 Oct. 79 

'31 Oct. 74 31 Oct. 79 

31 Oct. 74I31 Oct. 79 

4 Nov. 74 4 Nov. 79 



Dec. 71 
Mar. 72 



14 Nov. 74'i4 Nov. 79 
10 Nov. 65' S Dec. 74I22 Nov. 79 
iq Aug. 70 19 Aug. 76|22 Nov. 79 

26 July 76' 7 May 78 29 Nov. 79 



14 Nov. 79 



May 



47 



CuloiU:ls 



I COBNKT, 

UndiiEUT. 
lorENSiGir. 



p.s.c. Cecil .Tames East,'^' Lt.Col. h.p. 

57 F. ; A. Q.M.Geu. Intelligence £ranck 

V€ Robert Montresor Rogers, Lt.Col. 



Aug. 54] 5 June 55 



Scottish Rifles (90 Foot) } !2i Feb. S5| 3 Aug. 55 

Wm. Duiin Bond, i^. Co?. NortbamiJton-) ' „ w„^ ._■ , .„„ .^ 

shire Rest. (58 Foot) ' i , ? ^^"'^- 55 '7 Aug. 55 

George Fuller W:ilker,i38 Lt.Col. h.p.] ! 

Suffolk Rcgt. (t2 Foot); Commanding]- ji4Apr. 46 13 Sept.49 

a Brigade of the Bengal Army ) 

V-'-e. Charles Acton, CB. Lt.Col. South) 

Yorkshii-e Regt. (51 Foot) 3 

JohnPhilip Pedler.XC. Co?. Madras S.C... 
Sir Wm. Hamilton, Bart.. Col. R.Artiller.y 
Geo. Davies, CSI. Lt. Co?.Beugal S.C. 



7 Nov. 63 II Sept. 72 17 May 79'29 Nov. 79 

20 Nov. 60 I Apr. 73 29 July 79 29 Nov. 79 

July 59 5 July 72' 9 Sept. 79 29 Nov. 79 



2 Dec. 51 1 6 June 54 
8 Dec. 481 5 June 53 

8 Dec. 481 3 Sept. 53 

9 Dec. 48 10 July 52 



9 Dec. 48 1 28 Aug. 52 
9 Dec. 48 18 Apr. 53 
9 Dec. 48112 Aug. 53 



Robert Gordon Rogers, CB. Lt.Col 

ga 1 Staff (/orps J 

H. Manlev Wemyss, C5. X^. Co?. Bengal) 

Staff Corps i 

B'jyle Torriano Stafford, Lt.Col. Bengal ) 

Staff Corps f 

John Palmer Turton, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 9 Dec. 48!io Feb. 56 
Adnm G. F. Hogs. Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 4 Jan. 54J21 Apr. 57 
WiUoughby Digby Marsh, Lt. Col. R.Eng. 19 Dec. 49 17 " 
Jas. F,. B. Parsons, i?. Co?. Bengal S. C. ...[20 Dec. 48 15 Nov. 53 
John Fred. Lane Fisher, X?. Co?. Ben. S.C.l2oDec. 48 i Nov. 50 
B. H. W.Magrath, Lt.Col. Madras S. C...120 Dec. 48 i Mar. 53 
John Charles Home, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 20 Dec. 481 i Aug. 53 
David Simson Buist, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 20 Dec. 48 23 Nov. 56 



17 Mar. 58 

8 Jan. 58 

18 Feb. 61 
27 Aug. 58 
18 Feb. 61 
18 Feb. 6tI 



18 Feb. 61 



23 June 65' I Dec. 74 

30 June 65 5 Dec. 74 

8 Dec. 68 i 8 Dec. 74 
5 July 72ji6 Jan. 75 

9 Deo. 68' 9 Dec. 74 



Dec. 48 23 Nov. 56 

_ Dec. 48 23 Nov. 56 

2 Dec. 5i|i7 Aug. 56 

5 June 5, 



[9 Dec. 49 
8 June 49 
ri Dec. 49 
>.o Jan. 49 



9 Dec. S3 
8 June 54 



I Apr. 5 
20 Feb. 55 
15 Oct. 5 
20 Aug. 55 
18 Jan. 

I Aug 

I Aug. 54 

I Oct, 



Henry Coape Smith, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C 
Robert Comyn La vie, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
./Eneas Perkins, CB. Lt. Col. R. Engineers 
Lewis G. Philli])s, Lt.Col. GrenacUer Gds. 
Albert Henry \V. Williams, Col. R. Art. 

Thomas Nicholl, CL Royal ArtiUery 

Thomas Pnrkyus Smith, Col. R. Art 

Chas. B. L. Smith, X?. Co?. Madras S.C... 
Lord Wm. F. E Seymour, Major, Cold- ) 

stream Guards f 

John Huljb.ird White, Lt.Col. R. Fng. ... 
Clement Metcali'f Browne, X?. Co?. R.Eng. 
Bowe.s Lenuo.x: Forster.i^* Lt.Col. h.p.'/ 

R. Art. ; Assist. Adj. <{• Q.M. Gen., Dublin ) 
Si.- Baker Creed Russell, KCB. KCMG. > 

Mitjor, 13 Hussars 3 

Chas. H. E. Grwmc'^^X^.Co/.h.p. 104 Foot 
William Kincaid, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. .. 
William G.M. Strickland, Xi.Co?.Madras ) 

Staff Corps J" 

Wykeham Leigh Pemberton,"^ CB. \ 

X^. Co?. h.p. 60 Rifles; Assistant Quarter [ 

Master G,neral J 

Wm. Macdouald, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C 

c. Hem-y J. Mncleaii,''*' Lt.Col. h.p. Rifle") 

Brigade; Vep. Q.M.Gen., Ireland ) 

Benj. Lumsden Gordon, CiJ.Xi!. Co?. R. Arc. 
John Swiney, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Edward Bosc Sladen, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
David Limond, CB. Lt.Col. Royal Eng.... 

Augustus Henvv Kiig, Col. R. Art 

G. J. Wigram, CB. Lt.Col. Coldstream) 

Guards j 

John Charles Le Quesne,'^^ Lt.Col. h.p. > 

12 Lancers; Comdt. Cacalry Depot ... ) 
Wm.Brooke Thomson.X^. Co?. Bengals. Cv 
Rupert Thos. Snow, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
M. W. WiUoughby, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
Hen. Hooper Foord, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 
Wm. H. W. Bennett, Col. Com. R. Marines 
R. W. B. Huut, Colonel, Com. R.Marines... 
Henry James Bell, Lt.Col. Regimental) 

District, Warrington j 

Cecil Brooke Le Mesuricr, Colonel, R.Art. 
Drm-y Richard Barnes,i*iX<. Co?. Regi-) 

mental District, Maidstone i 

George C. Rowcroft, X?. Co?. Bengal S.C. 
Edm. Davidson Smith,'" Lt.Col. h.p. 95FJ22 
William FitzRoy, Lt.Col. Regimental) 

Bislvict, Kingston j 29 May 49 

Walter A. Fox St,raugways, Col. R. Art... 19 June 50 
AVm. H. Whitlock, Lt.Col. Madras S.C... 20 Sept.49 ' -"^^ar 
Thos. Norris Baker, Lt.Ccl. Bengal S.C... 20 Sept.49'23 Nov. 56 
Thomas Rowland, CiJ. X<. Co?. North-) 

umberland Fusiliers (5 Foot) s 

Henry Brackenbury, CB. Major, R. Art.., 
AVilliam Booth, Col. Royal Artillery ....!! 
Edward Harnett,'" Lt.Col. h.p. 7 Dra-) , 

goon Guards jj 2 June 

Frank Horsley, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C ... 
Robert J. L.Criitchley,i<. Co?. Bengal S.C 
Arthur Lambton, X<. Co?. Coldst. Guards 
Thos. Rose Nimmo, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
AVm. Alex. Garden, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C... 
Henry Daniel Cloete,X^ Co?. Madras S.t{ 
William Gordon, CSI. Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 



2 Nov. 55 1 1 Aun 
20 Feb. 47^31 Mar. 53 

3Mar. 49I15 Apr. 53 

3 Mar. 49 20 Sept. 55 

23 Apr. S2I25 Aug. 54 

10 Dec. 531 5 Mar. 56 
30 May 45 3 June 49 
12 June 52 27 Apr. 58 
12 Apr. 49:19 Apr. 53 
14 Apr. 40 1 Feb 
14 June 50121 Aug 
19 June 50 j I Apr. 52 

I 3 Aug. 54 

29 Apr. 56 7 July 57 
8 June 49128 Feb. 55 

8 June 49 23 Nov. 56 

9 June 49 '28 Jan. 
9 June 49128 Nov. 

14 Mar. 4b'2i Aug. 49 



19 Sept. 48 
14 June 50 
19 June 50 
7 Apr. 48 
10 Aug. 49 
r. 53 



22 Dec. 48 



19 Dec. 50 



13 Mar. 52 
15 Oct. 54 
3 Feb. 52 
22 Aug. 51 

8 Dec. 52 
6 June 54 

10 Feb. 54 

9 July 52 



29 Apr. S3 
7 Apr. 56 
1 Sept. 52 

14 Oct: 51 



20 Nov. 49' II Feb. 54 

23 Nov. 49126 June 52 

^.... I 4 Aug. 54 

II Dec. 49:15 Nov. 53 

11 Dec. 40, 4 June 55 

12 Dec. 49 16 May 51 
12 Dec. 49 II May 32 



9 Dec. 
9 Dec. 
9 Dec. 
9 Dec 



8} 9 Dec. 74 
i 
S! 9 Deo. 74 

Si 9 Dec. 74 

3| 9 Dec. 74 

3 II July 77 

19 Dec. 74 



5 Aug 
_ 5 July 

iS Nov. 6ci2o Deo. 68 20 Dec. 74 
18 Feb. 61120 Dec. es'20 Dec. 74 
18 Feb. 61 20 Dec. 68 20 Dec. 74 
18 Feb. 61 20 Dec. 68' 20 Dec. 74 
18 Feb. 61 20 Dec. 68|2o Dec. 74 
18 Feb. 61120 Dec. 68I20 Dec. 74 
18 Feb. 61 20 Dec. 68'2oDec. 74 
12 Mar. 62 30 June 65,29 Dec. 74 



24 .Tune 59 
23 Feb. 56 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
18 Feb. 61 



7 Aug. 67 
5 July 7213 Jan 
5 July 72! 16 Jan. 75 
5 July 72; 16 Jan. 75 
o Jan. 69 20 Jan 

3 May 59 1 |23 0ct. 67 

SFeb. 61: s July 72, 3 Feb. 75 
3 May 61! 5 July 72^ 3 Feb. 75 
2 June 65! 12 July 65, 6 Feb. 75 



17 June 58, 2 Mar. 68'25 Feb. 75 
3 Mar. 6ij 3 Mar. 69' 3 Mar. 75 
Mar. 69' 3 Mar. 75 



3 Mar. 



1 Mar. 



8,28 Oct. 71 '10 Mar. 75 
10 Dec. 63 10 Nov. 65 10 Mar. 75 
23 Mar. 55 27 Apr. 68 i Apr. 75 
5 Jan. 63 s July 72; i Apr. 75 
12 Apr. 61; 12 Apr. 60' 12 Apr. 75 
21 June 60 14 Apr. 69 14 Apr. 75 
27 Aug. 58| 5 July 72 3 May 75 
20 Apr. 57^ 5 July 72' 24 July 75 
14 Feb. 561 II Dec. 66 



8 July 62 24 Apr. 72 5 June 75 
8 June 61 8 June 69' 8 June 75 

8 June 61 1 8 June 69 8 June 75 

9 June 61 j 9 June 69 9 June 75 
9 June 61 9 June 69I 9 June 75 
7 May 59! 5 July 72 1 7 May 77 

22 Nov. 59 I Aug. 68j i July 77 
3 Oct. 70 7 July 75 
5 July 72 24 July 75 
I Apr. 70 31 July 75 

lo Aug. 69^10 Aug. 7-; 
1 May 6623 Aug. 75 



30 July 62 
13 Jan. 57 
16 Mar. 58 
10 Aug. 61 

5 June 55 

2 Nov. 55 28 July 67 I Sept.75' 
20 A\ig. 57 5 July 72 8 Sept.7; 

1 Oct. 59 23 Aug. 69 20 Sept.75 
o Sept. 61 20 Sept. 69 20 Sept.75 

2 Mar. 56115 May 66 22 Sept.75 
8 Aug. 661 I Apr. 74 23 Oct. 75 
2 Nov. 57J 5 July 72 '7 Nov. 75 
5 Mar. 58 20 July 66' 17 Nov. 75 



Dec. 79 



8 Dec. 79 

9 Dec. 79 



9 Dec. 79 

9 Dec. 79 

9 Dec. 79 

17 Dec. 79 

19 Dec. 7Q 

20 Dec. 79 
20 Dec. 79 
20 Dec. 79 
20 Dec. 79 
20 Dec. 79 
20 Dec. 79 
20 Dec. 79 
29 Dec. 79 
13 Jan. 80 
13 Jan. 80 
16 Jan. 80 
16 Jan. 80 
20 Jan. 80 
29 Jan. 80 

3 Feb. So 

3 Feb. 80 

6 Feb. 

18 Feb. 

25 Feb. So 
3 Mar, 
3 Mar, 



10 Mar. 80 
18 Mar 

I Apr. 80 

I Apr. 
12 Apr. 
14 Apr. 

3 May 

22 May 80 
24 May 80 

5 June So 
8 June 80 

8 June So 

9 June 80 
9 June So 

4 .luly 80 
4 July 80 

7 July 80 
24 July 80 

1 Aug. 80 
10 Aug. 80 

23 Aug. 80 
I Sept. 80 

8 Sept. 80 
20 Sept. 80 
20 Sepc.So 

22 Sept. 80 

23 Oct. 



WHEN 
PLACED Oir 
HALF PAT. 

17 May 79 



7 Sept. 82 



Oct. 80 

'17 Nov. So 

Nov. 61! 20 Nov. 69 J 20 Nov. 75 20 Nov. 80 

23 Nov. 80 



9 Mar. 60 23 Nov. 69 23 Nov. 75 

sFeb. 56 !i8 Jan. 67;25 Nov. 8o| 

I Dec. 6iiii Dec. 69:11 Dec. 75 n Dec. 80 

1 Dec. 61 II Dec. 69 n Dec. 75 n Dec. 80 

2 Dec. 61 1 12 Dec. 69' 12 Dec. 75 12 Deo. 80 
2 Deo. 61! 12 Dec. 69I12 Dec. 75 12 Deo. 80 



Colonels. 



48 



CORNET, 
2nd LIEUT. 
OrENSIGN. 



2 June 57 

20 Dec. 49 

20 Dec. 49 

31 Dec. 47 

19 Dec. 50 

7 Jau. 50 

19 Dec. 50 

ig Dec. so 



CAPTAIlf. MAJOR. 



WHEN 
VL.VCED OK 
UAT.l' PAY. 



20 Jan. so 

20 Jan. so 

21 Jan. so 
21 Jan. so 
16 Feb. so 
20 Feb. 50 
20 Feb. so 

4 Apr. 46 
3 Mar. so 

3 Feb. S2 

4 June 50 
9 Dec. so 

14 Sept.53 
10 Dec. so 



20 Mar. so 10 Oct. si 
31 Aug. 55 

7 Feb. 55 
3 July 53 

8 Sept.53 
5 Feb. 56 
7 Apr. 58 



30 Mar. 55 
9 Jiuie 50 

8 Dec. 57 
6 Apr. 50 

9 June 55 
I June 53 



Hugh C. Menzies, Lt.Cul. Madras Staff C. 12 Dec. 49 
Arthur T. Searle, Lt.CoL Madras Staff G. 12 Dec. 49 
ITffi Richard Wadeson.iM Lt.Col. h.p. ) 
75 F. ; Major ij- Lt. Gomnior, Chelsea \ 

MoKpital I 

William Jackson, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 
H. Vincent Mathias, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
Edward Thos. Shiffuer,!*^ Lt.Col. Regi- \ 

mental District, Chiohe»ter J 

Wm. L. Yonge. Col. Royal Artillery 

Henry Doveton Battye, Lt.Col. Ben. S.C. 
Chas. Booth Brackeni.ury, Col. R. Art. ... 

Edwin Markham, Col. R. Artillery 

Bich. Jas. Combe Marter, Lt.Col. i Dr.) 

Guards S 

Christopher Rice H. Nicholl, Lt.Col. ) 

Ritie Brigade J 

Otway Francis Smithers,X/. Co/. Madras f 

Staff Corps > 

Alexander Charles Hay, Lt.Col. Madras > 

Staff Corps J 

John William Orr, Lt. Co?.Madras Staff C. 
Melmoth Alaster D. Orchard, Lt.Col. 1 

Bengal Staff Corps S 

Frederick Gadsden, if.Co/.Madrns S. C... 
Patrick Alex. Carnegy, Lt.Col. JlaJras ^ 

Staff Corps .* 

Era. Edw. Arch. Chamier, Lt. Col. 1 

Bengal Staff Corps > | 

Chas.Wm. Robt. Chester, Zi.Coi.Ben.S.C. 
Richard Doyle Barrett, i*^ X^ Co?, h.p. V 

Leinster Regt. (100 F.) 3 

Henry Philip Hawkes, Lt.Col. Sladr. S.C. 
John IJvrnn,"" Lt.Col. Regimental) 

District, Jinry St. Edmiiiicl-^.^ j 

Raoul De Bourbel, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
Frederick Smith Stanton, if. Co/. R.Eng. 
Charles Adol. De Kantzow, Lt.Col.\ 

Bengal Staff Corps ) 

Henry Pelham Close, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
Guy Annesley Preadergast, Lt.Col.^ 

Bengal Stati Corps ) 

l).».e.H.B.H.Blundell, MuJ. h.p.Gren.Gds. 
Robert Hawthorn, Lt.Col. R. Engineers... 
W.H. Ralston, i/. Co/. E. Surrey Regt.{7oF.) 
Horace Searle Anderson, i/. Co/. Bom. S.C. 
John Gordon y'rv.iham, Lt.Col. h.p. i Drag. 
Charles Josrph M.Alahon, Lt.Col. R. ArD. 
Edw. Archibald r,,llui,s"^ i/.Co/. UegiO 

mental Di^l net, /!„„nllon j 

WilUamBlaelveLt,"'X/.Co/. Ifegimciital / 

District, Cai-lmle } 

Xon/ Ralph Drury Kerr, C-Zy,,X/.Co/.h. p. i 

10 Hussars 3 

Henry Broome Feilden.'soX/. Co/. Regi- i 

mental lasLiict, irartt-ick J 

Hon. Raymond Har\-ey de Montmo-) 

renoy.'^'X/. ('.;/. liegtl! District, Verb;/) 

Hugh Gordon Thomson, t/. Co/. Madr. S.C. 

Thos. Ross Church, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 

David Butler Young, Lt.Col. Bom. S.C... 

p.s.c. Wm. Arbuthnot,'^^ Lt.Col. h.p. 14 ) 

Huss. ; Com. Cavalry Brigade, Egypt ^ 

Robert Dallas Campbell, Lt.Col. Ben. S.C. 

p.t.c. William Kidston Elles,!'^ CB. Lt. \ 

Col. h.p. 38 Foot; Aide de Camp to the - 

Queen : Assistant Adjutant General ... ) 

George WilUams Knox, CB. Lt.Col. I 

Scots Guards J 

Hon. Walter Rodolph Trefusis, Lt.Col. \ 

Scots Guard 3 

John Julius Johnstone, Major, Gren. Gds. 
Hon. Edw.G. P. Littleton, CMG. Major, ) 

Grenadier Guards j 

Fred. Edw. Sotheby,i5*X^Co/.h.p. Rifle Br, 
Hon. Paul S. Methuen, CB. Major Scots I 

Guards i 

p.s.c. OUver H. A. Nicolls, Lt.Col. R. Art. 21 Dec. 53 
M. H. Heathcote, CB.Xi.Co/.Bengal S.C. '20 Dec. 54 
Augustus E. Warren, Xi. Co/. Seaforth)! ^-y^ 

Highlanders (78 F.) j ^Jieo. 4. 

Robert Bennett,'^^ n Col. Rogiment>il \\ ^ . 

District, Oinagh j 17 uct. 5 

Jas. Brigg8,X/. Co/. h. p. ManchesterRegt. ) I „„, 

(96 F.) i '3 ^e'^- ^- 

Uffi Arthur Thos. Moore.X/. Co/. Bom.S.C. 
Cecil D'Urban La Touche, Lt.Col.\ 

Bombay Staff Corps 3 

Edward Andrew Stuart,'"^ Lt. Colonel \ 

Regimental Distict, Stirling 3 

Chas. Henry Cla.y, Lt.Col. Bamba.y S.C. 24 Aug. 50 
Somervillo G. C. Hogge, Lt.Col. ilerk- > ' Q„„f _, 

shire Regt. (66 F.) 3 . *=ept.S4 

Hubert Lie Cocq, Col. Royal Artillery ' 18 June 51 

p.s.c. Philip A. A. Twynam, CB.Lt.Col. '1 
Regimental District, Beoerley 3 



:5 Nov. S3 12 Dec. 61 12 Dec. 69 r2 Dec. 75 12 Dec. So! 
4 Aug. 55 12 Dec. 61 12 Dec. 69 12 Dec. 75 12 Dec. 80! 



9 Sept.s7 9 Dec. 64|i7 July 72 18 Deo. 75 

I Nov. 53120 Dec. 61 20 Dec. 69 20 Dec. 75 

9 Aug. 54I20 Dec. 61 20 Dec. 69 20 Dec. 75 

Dec. 75 



13 Dec. 50; 15 Feb. 56 27 July 66 
2 Sept. 52 17 Nov. 57 

21 June 54 27 June 57 
27 Sept.52'17 Nov. 57 

22 Oct. S2|i7 Nov. 57 



3 Jan. 51 29 Apr. 53 9 Dec. 62 
7 Jan. ssjii May 55'27 Apr. 60 
o Jan 



5 July 72 23 Dec. 75 

6 Deo. 66' 7 Jan. 76 
S July 72 1 15 Jan. 76 
5 July 72 15 Jan. 76 



7 Mar. 77 15 Oct. 79 
24 Oct. 72 I Apr. 74 



20 Dec. 
20 Dec. 

22 Dec. 

23 Dec. 
7 Jan. 

15 Jan. 
15 Jan. 
IS Jan. 
19 Jan. 



16 July ssUo Jan. 62 20 Jan. 70 20 Jan. 76 20 Jau. 
23 Nov. 56 20 Jan. 62 20 Jan. 70^20 Jan. 76 20 Jan. 
23 Nov. 56 20 Jan. 62': 

17 Dec. 55 21 Jan. 62 
23 Nov. 56 21 Jan. 62 

9 Jan. 55 16 Feb. 62 

8 Apr. 57 20 Feb. 62 
23 Nov. s6'2o Feb. 62 

9 Apr. 48^29 Dec. 54 



15 Nov. S3 
24 June 54 

3 Jan. 55 
II May 55 
23 Nov. 56 
IS Nov. 53 



3 Jan. 52 
29 Dec. 54 

24 Nov. 57 
21 Sept.52 

18 Aug. 54 
14 June 50 

14 June 50 

15 Jun 

25 Mar. 56 
15 June 

6 June 54 



8 Jan. 55 



29 July 50 
29 July 50 
21 May 52 



Deo. 5 



6 June 
9 Nov. S5 

5 June 58 

6 June 54 
[2 Jan. 55 

7 June 56 
!i Mar. 55 

8 Feb. 54 



3 Mar. 62 
22 June 58 

27 Aug. 58 

27 Aug. 58 
14 Sept.65 

4 Dec. 57 
30 July 59 

7 Nov. 62 

22 Sept. 58 

30 Mar. 60 
29 Nov. 59 
19 Feb. 58 

16 July 63 

28 Jan. 59 

17 Deo. 58 

23 Aug. 61 

31 Aug. 55 

29 Mar. 6 
19 July 60 

14 June 6: 

15 June 62 



June 59 29 Nov. 64 
5 June 62 
3 June 58 



19 Jan. 55 

2 Feb. ss 

19 Jan. 55 
9 Feb. 55 

20 July 55 
23 July 61 
II May 55 

22 Nov. 64 
20 June 54 

23 Nov. 56 

5 Nov. 52 

6 June 54 
31 Aug. 55 
28 Aug. 55 
23 Nov. 56 

II Aug. 54 

3 Aug. S3 

11 Oct. 55 

12 Sept. 55 
6 July 54 



25 Sept.S7 
2 Feb. 58 
29 July 59 
24 Jan. 65 
I Sept.6o 
5 Dec. 67 
I Apr. 60 



20 Jan. 70 


20 Jan. 76 


20 Jan. 


21 Jan. 70 


21 Jan. 76 


21 Jan. 


21 Jan. 70 


21 Jan. 76 


21 Jan. 


16 Feb. 70 


16 Feb. 76 


16 Feb. 


21 Feb. 62 


II Jan. 70 


20 Feb. 


20 Feb. 70 


20 Feb. 76 


20 Feb. 



28 Sept.66 



15 Aug. 68 
5 July 72 



7 Feb. 76;27 Feb. 



3 Mar. 76 3 Mar. 8: 
8 Mar. 76^ 8 Mar. 8 
July 72 10 Mar. 76 10 Mar. 8 
5 July 72 10 Mar. 76^10 Mar. 8 
8 Dec. 66,20 Mar. 76 20 Mar. 8 
I Mar. 67 20 Mar. 76 [20 Mar. 8 
7 May 69I20 Mar. 76 20 Mar. 8 
5 Apr. 71 j I Apr 



5 July 72 
17 Apr. 67 

2 Jan. 70 
27 Mar. 72 

5 July 72 
29 June 7< 

S July T 
26 Mar. 73 

8 June 67 
25 Sept.69 
22 Feb. 70 

14 June 7' 

15 Aug. 6; 

IS Aug. 6: 
IS Jime 70 
7 May 70 



\pr. 76 I Apr, 
S.VIT. 76 5 Apr, 

6 Apr. 76 6 Apr. 8; 
10 Apr. 76'ioApr. 8; 
27 Apr. 76J27 Apr. 8 

3 May 76 3 May 8 
31 May 76 31 May 8 
31 May 7631 May 8 

9 June 76' 9 Junes 
14 June 76 14 June 8 
14 June 76 14 Junes 

14 June 76 14 June S 

15 June 761 15 Junes 
15 June 76 15 June 8 
IS June 76,15 Junes 
29 Sept. 77 22 June 8 



23 May 73 
5 July 7 



Dec. 66 20 Dec. 74 
' July 55 



24 Apr. 55 
21 May 58 
29 July 62 

29 July 62 

30 Mar. 58 
24 Aug. 62 

6 Sept. 58 
30 Mar. 60 
27 Nov. 57 



3 July 67 
5 Oct. 68 
o July 67 
29 July 70 
29 July 70 

22 Feb. 
24 Aug. 70 
14 Aug. 67 
5 July 72 



4 Apr. 65' 

I 

4 Apr. 65, 

!o Nov. 67 

4 Oct. 71 
I Apr. 74 

5 July 761 
9 July 76 



July 8: 
July 8: 
July 8: 
July 8: 
July 8 
July 3: 

July 8 
: July 8: 



9 July 76 

23 July 76 I July 

26 July 76 j I July 
29 July 76 j I July 
29 July 76 1 I July 
29 July 76' I July 
14 Aug. 76] I July 

24 Aug. 76 I July 
I Sept. 76; I July 
I Sept. 76 1 I July 

Sopt.63' 6 S3pt. 76 I July 



29 Sept.82 



31 May Si 



June Si 
July 78 



49 



Colonels. 



2nd LIEUT.' LIEUT. I CAPTAIIf . 
OrKNSIGlf.' 



John Sidney Hand.'^s zt.Co/. Regi- ^ 

mental District, Warley * 

Harry M'Leod, Lt.Col. Royal ArtUlerv ... 

Charles Edw. Torriano, Col. R. Art 

John Edwin Dickson Hin,"^ Lt.Col.la..-p. ) 

63 Ft. ; Assist. Military Secretary, W.I. ) 
Hew Lindsay Prendergast,X<.Co/.R.Eng. 
Fredk. L. Edridge, Lt.Col. Lancashire > 

Fusiliers (20 F.) S 

George H. Parker, CB. Lt.Col. Regi-^ 

mental District, Aberdeen i 

Edw. Meurant, Lt. Col. Irish Rifles (83 F.) 
Chas. F. GregOTie,^^° Lt.Col. h.p. Irish > 

Regt. (18F.) ; 

Francis Morley, "7 zt. Col. h.p. The > 

Buffs (3 Foot) J 

George Charles Depree,i/.Co/. Ben. S.C. 

William Peyton. Lt.Col. Madras S.C 

Lawrence Hy. Williams, Lt. Col. Bengal ) 

Staff Corps J 

Alexander War drop, Li. Co?. Bombay S.C. 
Thomas Bell, Lt. Col. Bombay Staff Corps 
Stewart Fellows, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C. 
Geo. Nesbitt Stephens, Lt. Col. Madras 1 

Staff Corps 3 

George Ralph C. Westi-opp, Lt. Col. 1 

Bombay Staff Corps j' 

Gilbert James Paslev, Lt.Col. Bengal j 

Staff CorjJs " i 

Thomas Edw. Vander Gucht, Lt.Col. t 

Bengal Staff Corps J 

Brooke Rynd Chambers, Lt. Col. Ben. S. C. 
James Vere Hitnt, CB. Lt.Col. Ben. S. C. 
Charles Ferguson Sharpe, Lt.Col. Ben-> 

gal Staff Corps f 

Philip Henry Farrell Harris, Lt.Col.\ 

Bengal Staff Corps j 

Chas.TathamHitchins,i!!.Co?.BengalS.C. 
S. F. M. T. Grant, Lt. Col. Madras Staff C. 
H.Seymour Robinson,if.Co?.MadrasS.C. 
L. H. P. DeHochepied Lai-nent, Lt.Col. \ 

Bengal Staff Corps > 

Ales. Howe Bramlej-, Lt.Col.Benga,\ S.C. 
Fred. Macnaghten Ai-mstrong, CB. ) 

Lt.Col. Ben. Staff Corps ) 

Wm. Moore Lane, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 
Thomas Boone Everest Tennant.i^ Co?. V 

Madras Staff Corps S 

Lester Horatio Sibthorpe, Li. Col. Bom- V 

bay Staff Coriis 3 

Arch. Edwards Campbell, Lt.Col. 1 

Bengal Staff Corps j 

Charles Thomas Haig, Lt.Col. R. Eng.... 
Wm. Edward Marsland, 'SI Lt.Col. h.p. V 

Remount Depot ) 

Henry Crosby Bany Bamett, X<. Co?. > 

Madras Staff Corps i 

Geo. Carr Hodding, Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 

Charles James Tyler, Col. R. Art 

Phillip Harrison "LeGeyt, Lt.Col. Bom- > 1 

bay Staff Corps J 

Thos. Jas. Watson, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. 
James Gunter.if^i;. Co/, h.p, 4 Drag. Gds.l 
Alf.Templeman, Lt.Col. Scots Pus. (21 P.) 1 
John Fryer,i63 CB. Lt.Col. h.p. 6 Drag.Gds. 
Knox Rowan Niven,"' Lt.Col. Regi- ) j 

mental District, Sunderland ) | 

George Joseph Smart, Col. R. ArtiUeiy... 
H. E. Gl:iss,=65 Lt.Col. h.p. Cheshire ) 

Regt.{22 F.) y 

William Carey, Col. R. Artillery 

p.s.c. Arthur Henry Wavell,i°^ Lt.Col.) 

h.p. Welsh Regt. (41 F.); Deputy Adj. S- 

and Quarter Master General, JS^atal ... ) 
Charles Elwiu Harvey, Lt.Col. R. Eng.... 
Henry Jas. Degacher,' CB. Lt.Col. Regi- > 

mental District, Canferhuri/ j 

Francis Lyon, Col. R. Artillery 

Robert Henry CunUffe, Lt.Col. Madras) 

Staff Corps j" 

Cecil David Jas. Dodd, Lt.Col. Bombay^ 

StaffC '..J 

Willoughby C. Stanle.y Clarke, Lt.Col.') 

Bengal S.C j 

James Houlbrookc Dnimmoiid, Lt.Col. 1 

Bombay S.C j 

Thomas Walter Rutherfiird, Lt.Col. t 

Bengal StaffC 3 

John Shand D.Bolton,i«.CoZ.Bom.S.C.... 
George Philips, Lt.Col. R. Engineers ... 
Evelyn Medows Norie, Xi.CoZ. Madras > 

StaffCorps ) 

Markham Le Fer Taylor, (ol. R. Art ...] 
Edward Keate, Lt.Col. R. Artillcrv ' 



13 May 53 18 Aug. 54I 16 Nov. 60 
II June 53 27 Apr. 58 25 Feb. 64 
18 June 51 20 May 53 22 Feb. 58 



13 Feb. 55 19 Aug. 55 16 Jan. 63 
9 Dec. 50: I Aug. 54 27 Aug. 58 

19 Feb. 55 10 Aug. 55 7 Aug. 57 
21 Jan. S3 14 Apr. 54 18 Sept. 57 
ID Nov. 48 7 May 54 26 Oct. 58 

12 Feb. 55I30 June 55 4 Nov. 39 

13 May 55! I Sept.55 10 June 62 
9 Dec. 50 I Jan. 56 27 Aug. 58 
9 Dec. so 23 Nov. s6| 9 Cec. 62 

10 Dec. 50 10 Apr. 531 10 Dec. 62 
10 Dec. 50i I Jan. 56 10 Dec. 62 
10 Dec. 50 23 Nov. 56^10 Dec. 62 
10 Dec. so 23 Nov. 56 10 Dec. 62 

20 Dec. 50 15 Nov. 53 20 Dec. 62 



20 Dec. 50 
20 Dec. 50 



15 Nov. S3 20 Dec. 62 
26 Apr. 54 1 20 Dec. 62 
Dec. 50 9 Aug. 54 20 Dec. 62 
> Dec. 50I10 Mar. 55 20 Dec. 62 
) Dec. 50J 6 Sept.56'20 Dec. 62 
) Dec. 50123 Nov. 56I20 Dec. 62 
I 23 Nov. 56,20 Dec. 62 



D Dec. so 
7 Jan. 5 
3 Jan. 5 
3 Jan. 5: 
D Jan. 5: 



20 Jan. 51 
20 Jan. 51 
20 .Jan. 51 
20 .Tan. 51 
S June 54 



23 Nov. 56 



May 55'27 May 60 
Oct. 55 20 Jan. 63 
Dec. 55 20 Jan. 63 
20 Jan. 63 
20 Jan. 63 
Jan. 63 



Feb. 56 
Jan. 51I23 Nov. 56 
20 .Tan. 51 23 Nov. 56— -—. -j 
Nov. 56 20 Jan. b3 



23 Nov. 56 20 Jan. 63 



6 Jtme 57 
24 May 56 
17 Feb. 57 10 Dec. 58 
:o Feb. 5 
. Feb. 5 



:8 June 
20 Feb. 5 
20 Feb. 5 



29 Jan. 54 
3 Nov. 56 
8 June S3 
3 Oct. 56 



— .. J. |-j Nov. j„ 
Feb. S3 '21 Nov. 56 
26 Mar. 52' 4 Mar. '53 
9 Mar. 6o|i8Feb. 62 
[9 Nov. 62' 9 Sept.64 
[3 Junesi!i2 July s3 



[7 Mar. 54 
[8 June 51 
14 Dec. 54 



7 Sept.ss 
20 Nov. 53 



9 Mar. 55 
Dec. 50 17 Feb. 54 

2 Feb. 55 21 Sept.55 
7 Dec. SI 29 Nov. 53 

3 Juuesi|ii Feb. 55 



[3 June 51 
[3 June 51 
14 June 51 
14 June 51 
4 June 51 



30 June 56 
23 Nov. 56 
3 May 55 



19 Dec. 50 
16 June 51 



10 Apr. 56 
23 Nov. 56 
17 Fob. 54 
;8 Jan. 54 
7 Dec. stj 2 Dec. 53 
7 Dec. 51)12 Jan. 54 



20 Jan. 63 



Jan. 63 
12 Apr. 62 
3 Mar. 6o 
10 Feb. 63 
10 Feb. 63 
28 Apr. 58 
20 Feb. 63 

20 Feb. 63 

21 Oct. 59 
2 Feb. 55 
S Apr. 64 

2 Dec. 

5 May 58 
31 May 64 

22 June 58 
June 60 

23 Nov. 58 
!i Oct 59 
:6 Oct. s8 

3 June 63 

3 June 63 

3 June 63 

4 June 63 

14 Juno 63 
14 June 63 

5 Dec. 58 
;6 June 63 
:6 0ct. 58 
3 Nov. 58 



5 Aug. 68 
5 July 72 
S July 72 
21 Aug. 67 
S July 7 

3 Sept. 67 

5 Dec. 69 

4 Sept. 67 

8 Oct. 67 
7 Dec. 67 

28 June 68 

9 Dec. 70 
o Dec. 70 

-o Dec. 70 
10 Dec. 70 
o Dec. 70 

10 Dec. 70 
20 Dec. 70 

Dec. 70 

20 Dec. 70 

) Dec. 70 

) Dec. 70 

20 Dec. 70 

ioDec. 70 

6 Feb. 70 
•o Jan. 71 
!o Jan. 71 
!o Jan. 71 
;o Jan. 71 
;o Jan. 71 
:o Jan. 71 
!o Jan. 71 
;o Jan. 71 
!o Jan. 71 

5 July 72 
iSOct. 71 
o Feb. 71 
oFeb. 71 
5 July 72 
:o Feb. 71 

!o Feb. 71 

2 Dec. 68 
:5 Feb. 68 
15 Dec. 69 

23 June 75 
5 July 72 

4 Dec. 69 

5 July 72 

3 June 68 
5 July 72 
2 Dec. 68 
5 July 72 

13 June 7 
C3 June 71 
[3 June 71 
[4 June 71 

14 Jime 71 

4 .Tune 71 

5 July 72 

6 June 71 
5 July 72 

July 72 



16 Sept. 761 

23 Sept. 76 
I Oct. 76 

7 Oct. 761 

7 Oct. 76 

8 Oct. 76! 
28 Oct. 76 

4 Nov. 76 

24 Nov. 76^ 
3 Dec. 76 

9 Dec. 76 
9 Dec. 76; 

10 Dec. 76 
10 Dec. 76 
10 Dec. 76 
10 Dec. 76 
2o Dec. 76 
20 Dec. 76, 
20 Dec. 76 
20 Dec. 76 
20 Dec. 76 
20 Dec. 76 
20 Dec. 76 

20 Dec. 76 
7 Jan. 77 
20 Jan. 77 
20 Jan. 77 

Jan. 77 
20 Jan. 77 

Jan. 77 



20 Jan. 
20 Jan. 



77 
77, 

20 Jan. 77' 
Jan. 77 

23 Jan. 77! 
31 Jan. 77 
10 Feb. 77 
10 Feb. 77 
17 Feb. 77 1 
20 Feb. 77 1 
20 Feb. 771 

7 Mar. 77 1 
15 Mar. 77 
17 Mar. 77 

24 Mar. 77 

20 Apr. 77; 

21 Apr. 77 j 
30 May 77j 

2 June 



77, 



6 Jtme ; 
I 9 June ; 
1 1 June ; 
13 June ; 
13 June 



77 

I 

3 June 77 

14 June 77 
14 June 77 

4 .June 77 

5 June 77 
;6 Juno 77 
I July 77 
I July 77 



July 8: 

July 8 
July 8; 
July 8: 
July 8 
July 3 
July 8 
July 8 
July 8 

July 8 
July 8 
July 8 
July 8 
July 8 
July 8 
July 3 
July 8 
July 8 
July 8 

Julys 
July 8 
July 8 
July 8 
July 8 
July 8 
July 8 
July 8 
July S 
July 8 
July 8 
July 8 
July 8 
July 8 
July 
Julys 

July 8 
July 8 
July 8 
July 8 
•July 8 
.luly 8 
July 8 
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July 8: 
July 3 
July 8 
July 3 
July 8 
July S 
July 8: 
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July 8 
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July 8 
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WHBJT 
PLACBD ON- 
HALP PAT. 



Culunc.h. 



CORNET, 

2nd LIEUT. 

OrEUSIGN. 



p.s.e. Horatio C. N. Blanckley, Col.^ 

Com. Eoyal Marines i 

Arthur Robt. MacDonnell, Lt.Col. B. Bng. -j j- 

William Chrystie, Lt.Col. R. Engineers... n June 53 
Henry Le Guay Geary, Lt.Col. R. Art. ...'28 Feb. 55 
Frederick Thomas Bainbridge, Lt.Col. \ |„ t„,_ ^^ 

Bengal S.C J ,-°-'<^'^- 5^ 

UC Chas. Aug. Goodfellow, Lt. Col.-, j „ jnnP « 

Rogal Engineers i SJuness 

Brabazon H. Pottinger, Majnr, R. Art.... 
Humphrey M. L. Colquhoun, Lt.Col.-) 

Middlesex Regt. (77 F.) * 

Jas. Whittaker Barne8,i«" Lt.Col. Regi- > 

mental District, Cardiff: ) 

Eardley Maitland, Lt.Col. R. Artillery ... 
Thomas Dennehy, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C. ... 
Francis G. C. Probart,ii5s Lt.Col. Regi- 7 

mental District, Pontefract i 

T.Wm.Sneyd,'Wi^Co^.h.p. 2 Dragoon) 

Guards J 

Robt. Whigham, 17" Xf. Co?. Regimental ) 

District, Oxford S 

Chas.Wilmer Duncombe.if . Col. i LifeGd.s. 
Bdw. S. P. Burnell, Major, Coldst. Gds... 
William Henry Edgcome, Lt. Col. R. Eng. 
Grenville P. de Palezieux-Falconnet, ) 

Lt.Col. R. Engineers i 

John Norris Hunter, Lt.Col. R. Eng 

Thomas H. Clarkson, Lt.Col. Lanca- ~( 

shire Fusiliers (20 F.) j 

Thos. Nelson Holberton, Lt.Col. R. Art. 

p.s.e. Chas. B. Knowles,i"== CB. Lt.Col.) 

h.p. Hampshire Regt. (67 F.) ; Assist. } 

Adj. if Qr. M. aen., York ) 

Edw. G. H., Viscount Hinchiuliroke, > 

Major, Grenadier Guards 3 

FitzRoyWm.Fremantle,i1/n/o)-,ScotsGds. 
CuthbertEccles,i'3i?. Co?.h.p. Lancaster / 

Regt. (4F.) s 

Francis JohnHercy,i/.C'o7. Regimental t 

District, Qa.lway » 

Cuthbert Ward Burton, Lt.Col. R. M 

William Lloyd Browne, Lt Cnl. ^ Lanceri 
p.s.e. Henry Lock, Lt.Col. Iiiniskilling > 

Fusiliers (108 F. ) j 

William D. Tompson, CB. Lt.Col.-) 

Leicestershire Regt. (17 F.) > 

Edward Tanner, CB. Lt.Col. Liverpool '|i 

Regt. (8 F.) S 

W. Clive Justice, I'l CMG. Lt.Col. h.]). 1 
Depot Batt. ;.!..(. Sc Q. M. Gen. West '- 

Indirs I 

Edward Arthur Gore, Lt. Col. 6 Dragoons 
Andrew Smythe M. Browne,'"' Lt.Col. 1 

h.p. 3 Dragoon Guards s 

Thomas Fraser Dixon, Lt.Col. Dorset- > 

shire Regt. (39 F.) I 

William Watts Coi-haii, LI .(',,1 . Berk- > 

shire Regt. (49 F.) \ 

William D. Shipley, Lt.Col. S. Laiica- / 

shire Regt. (40 P.) \ 

p.s.e. WiUiam Henry Knight,'" Lt.Col. \ 
h.p. 48 Foot; Asxistinit AJjnfaiit 4- Qr. f 

Master General, Dover ...' ) 

Maunsell Mark Prendergast, Lt.Col. \ 

Bengal S.C 3 

C. Vanrenen Conway-Gordon, Lt.Col. \ 

Bengal S.C .' ) 

Edw. D'H. Fairtlough,'" if. Co/. Regi- > 

mental District, Belfast \ 

Ralph Edw. Carr, Lt.Col. Worcester-) 

shire Regt. (36 F.) J 

Richard B. Lloyd, Lt.Col. Worcester- I 

shire Regt. (36 F.) _s 

Henry Edw. Watson, IJ.Col. Cheshire) 

Regt. (22 F.) i 

John Richard Harvey, 7,/. Co?. King's) 

Own Borderers (25 F.) j 

James Browne, CB. CSl. Major, Royal) 
Engineers ' '..... i 



S Aug. 
23 Oct. 



12 Dec. 57 
18 Aug. 54 

5 Nov. 47 

17 Dec. 51 

20 July 51 

18 Nov. 53 
2 May 56 

6 June 54 
32 July 56 

12 Dec. SI 
12 June 52 
9 Dec. 52 

21 Sept. 52 
June 52 

20 Feb. 55 



14 July 54 
9 July 52 

28 Oct. 
28 June 

15 Nov. 55 
20 Feb. 47 

15 Oct. 52 
30 Nov. =5 
10 Dec. 52 
25 Aug. 58 
i3Nov.s3 
TO Apr. 49 

12 July 50 

3 Mar. 48 

13 Oct. 48 

4 Jan. 54 

2 Jan. 55 
oOct. 48 

3 Feb. 52 
7 Aug. 52 
7 Dec. 52 



LIEUT. 



14 Jan. 58 

22 Dec. 54 
3 Apr. 56 
I Apr. 55 

23 Nov. 56 
27 Apr. 58 
27 Aug. 58 

25 Dec. 54 
6 July 49 

17 Feb. 54 

23 Nov. 56 
21 Sept. 54 

24 July 57 

8 Dec. 54 

26 Aug. 59 

13 Feb. 55 
I Aug. 54 

1 Aug. 54 

2 Aug. 54 

14 Aug. 54 

27 Apr. 58 
20 Apr. 55 

Dec. 57 
Dec. 54 

1 1 Aug. 54 

27 Oct. 54 
8 Dec. 

1 May 58 

2 Mar. 

■ 3 Mar. 54 
7 Dec. 57 
20 July 55 

12 June 60 
16 Mar. 55 

10 Feb. 52 

3 Feb. 54 
20 Aug. 49 



8 Nov. 59! 5 July 72 

1 Apr. 6i 15 Aug. 68 
30 Se))t.6ili5 Aug. 68 
12 May 62 15 Aug. 68 
20 Jan. 64J15 Aug. 68 

2 Sept.64115 Aug. 68 
14 Sept. 65 15 Aug. 

17 July 57 



LIEUT. 
COLONEL. 



Sept. 77 
II July 77 ,. „„.., 
'I July 771 1 1 July 

I July 77 II July 

I July 77 

I July 77 



WHEN 
COLONEL. PLACED ON- 
HALF PAY. 

I July 
[ July 



William H. Richards,'"^ Lt.Col. h.p.) 
(55 F.); Professor at [ 



2 Aug. 50 

3 Nov. 56 

4 May 55 
19 Oct. 50 
10 June 53 

9 Mar. 55 

9 Nov. 55 

9 Mar. 49,24 July 52 

27 Aug. 58 



22 Sept.54 

15 Feb. 59 
20 July 63 
29 Feb. 56 
10 May 6 

12 Sept.56 
3 Apr. 67 

20 Dec. 59 
18 Feb. 6 

18 Feb. 6 
29 June 6 

8 Apr. 59 

19 Dec. 60 

13 Feb. 63 

16 May 62 
24 Nov. 57 
18 Jan. 56 

9 Nov. 5 



2 Sept.68 

29 Nov. 68 
5 July 72 

20 July 71 

30 Sept. 68 
9 Aug. 71 
5 July 72 



I July 

I July 
July 



5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
2 Sept.6 
5 July 7 
31 Oct. 7 



16 Feb. 60 
14 Dec. 55 

4 Sept. 60 
22 Apr. 59 

9 Apr. 64 

4 Dec. 58 

9 Dec. 
29 Dec. 54 

3 Apr. 58 



Dec. 

May 



Border Regt 

the StaJ" College 

Charles G. Grant, Lt.Col. Leicester-, „^ , 

shire Regt. (17 F.) j 28 Oct. 53 

Fra.Cha8.Hill,'"£«.Co?.h.p.EssexRegt.:) ^ ^ 

(56 F.) ; Comdt.M.mbernian M. School, j' ^' '^'^^- 53 
Henry Geo. White, Lt.Col. Royal ScotsUoDec. S3 
Archibald H. Utterson, Lt.Col. Leices- ) i . 

tershire Regt. (17 F.) j \^i Aug. 54 

Norman Macdonald, XC. Co?. Nortiium- ) ' ,, 

berland Fusiliers (5 P.) i ''^ ^^^^ 52,24 June 53 

Thomas M. Bailie, XC.Co?. Oxfordshire) ' t, .' ^ 

Light Infantry (52 F.) s 29 Jul.V 62 2 June 65 



15 Sept, 

8 Deo. 54 
18 Aug. 54 
29 Dec. 54 

9 Mar. 55 



5 May 55 
20 July 60 

3 Aug. 60 
8 Jan. 58 
5 Jan. 56 

4 June 58 
25 Jan. 59 

2 Dec. 59 
I July 70 
I June 55 
30 Jan. 59 
16 Mar. 60 
30 Mar. 58 
25 May 60 
27 July 55 
June 68 



27 Feb. 59 
lo May 7 

10 June 62 
12 Oct. 68 
I Jan. 69 

23 Jan. 69 

24 Mar. 69 

I Apr. 69 

29 May 60 

30 June 69 
:o Sept. 69 
8 Oct. 69 

Nov. 69 

1 Dec. 69 

8 Feb. 70 
I Mar. 70 
I Apr. 70 
3 Apr. 70 
27 July 70 
27 July 70 

3 Sept. 70: 
5 Nov. 70 

4 Dec. 70 

14 Jan. 71 
25 Jan. 71 
25 Mar. 71 

15 Apr. 71 
30 Apr. 71 

o June 7 1 1 



Aug. 77 24 Aug 
29 Aug. 77 29 Aug. 

o July 70 1 2 Sept. 
.6 Mar. 70 29 Sept. 
29 Sept. 77 29 Sept. 
29 Sept.77 29 Sept. 



I July 77 
II July 77 II July 
II July 77 II July 

i4.Iuly 77,14 July 

20 July 77 1 20 July 

21 July 77 21 July 
21 July 77 21 July 
21 July 77 21 July 



July 77 21 July 
Jan. 68 « A,in, 
Aug. 77 
Aug. 77 



Aug. 77 
Aug. 77 



6 Aug. 
[7 Aug. 
[7 Aug. 

22 Aug. 

23 Aug. 



2 Jan. 73 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
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I Oct. 77 



: Oct. 77 



I Oct. 

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I Oct. i 

I Oct. 5 
I Oct. £ 
I Oct. 8 
I Oct. 8 
I Oct. 8 
I Oct. 8 
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I Oct. 8 
I Oct. 8 



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Oct 

I Oct. 77, I Oct, 

I Oct. 77 

I Oct. 77 

I Oct. 77 

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I Oct. 77 
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I Oct. 77 

I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77J 



I Oct. 8 
I Oct. £ 
I Oct. £ 
I Oct. 8 
I Oct. 8 
I Oct. 8 
I Oct. 8 
I Oct. 8 
I Oct. 8 
I Oct. 8ij 



29 Oct. 

May 



51 



Colonels. 



p.s.c. YC Aylmer S. Cameron, Lt.Col.\ 

King's Own Borderers (25 F.) ) 

p.s.c. Thomas Erskine Arthur Hall, \ 

Lt.Col. h.p. 49 Foot; Professor at the \ 

Staf College I 

James N. C'olthurst, Lt.Col. Warwick-"^ 

shire Regt. (6 F.) 3 

Thomas :R. Stevenson, CB. Lt.Colonell 

Irish Fusiliers {87 F.) J 

Arthur Hare Vincent, Lt. Col. 3 Hussars 
Henry Parnell, 05. ii.Co/.The Buffs (3F.; 
llalcolm J. R. MacGregor, Lt.Col.-} 

Irish Regt. (18 F.) j 

Francis D. Walters, Lt.Col. South) 

Lancashire Regt. (82 F.) i 

p.s.c. Harry A. Brett, Lt.Col. Oxfovd-} 

shire Light Infantry (43 F.) j 

Dawson S. Warren, CS. Lt.Col. West) 

Yorkshire Regt. (:4 F.) J 

John Mervin C. Drake.i™ CB. Lt.Col.l 

h.p. Royal Engineers J 

Henry Jas. Alderson, 1*^ i^.Coi. h.p. R. ") 

Art.; Assist. Dir. of Artillery 4- Stores i 
Fred. Geo. Ravenhill.is* Lt.Col. h.p. R. ) 

Art.Inspector4-PurchaserofIIorses,Ii.AS 
John F. Dykes Donnelly,'85 if. CoZ. h.p. ) 

Royal Engineers S 

Lonsdale Augustus Hale, Lt.Col. h.p. 7 

R. Eng.; Professor at the Staff College S 
p.s.c. Fra. Towry Adeane Law,"" CB. ] 

Lt.Col. h.p. Roy. Art.; A. A. ^ Q.M. \ 

Gen. Woolwich ) 

Major Francis Do^vnes,'^' Lt. Co^.h.p. R. ) 

A.;Col. Com. Colo)iialForcesS. Australia) 
Falkland Geo. Edgeworth Warren,!^^ ) 

CMa. Lt.Col. h.p. Royal Artillery ... j 
Robert N. Dawson-Scott, Lt.Col. h.p.) 

Royal Engineers ) 

Walter Wm. Woodward, Lt.Col. R. Art. 
Joseph Beatty, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
Arthur Moffatt Lang, Lt.Col. Royal Eng, 
Charles Simeon Thomason, i^Coi.R.Eng 
Salushury Thomas Trevor,X«. Co?. R.Eng 
John Hilis, CB. Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
John Charles Tas'ler, Lt.Col. Royal Art. 
Henry Montgomery Fuilay, Lt.Col. R. ) 

Artillery J" 

Wm. Henry M'Causland, Lt.Col. R. Art. 
Frederick Edw. Hadow, Lt.Col. R. Art... 
Horatio Pow.vs Lane, Lt.Col. Royal Art. 
Joseph H. Maskery, Col. 2«(i Com. R.Mar. 
George Brydges, Lt.Col. R. Marine Ai-t. 
George Frederick Gildea, Lt.Col. Scots ) 

Fusiliers (21 F.) i 

p.s.c. Clifford Parsons, Lt.Col. h.p. 3 P. ) 

Deputy Judge Adeocafe, Ireland ) 

p.s.c. Son. G. 'p. H. Villiers, Capt. 4- Lt. I 

Col. Gren. Guards ) 

Edw.Osborne Hewett, i/.Co?. h.p. R.Eng. 
Lionel Lowdham Brett, '« Lt.Col. h.p. ") 

2 West India Regiment i 

Thomas Phillips, Lt.Col. h.p. 18 Hussars 

William Hull Caine, Lt. Col. R. Art 

Joseph W. Hughes, Lt.Col. Dorsetshire ) 

Regt. (54F.I ; 

Malcolm C. Farrington, Lt.Col. South) 

Yorkshire Regt. (51 Foot) J' 

JohnM.de 0. Meade, Col. ^ndCom.R.M.vtx. 
Constantine Phipps Carey, Lt.Col. h.p. ) 

Royal Engineers j 

Thomas Henry Way, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. 
Claude Malet Ducat, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 
Welby W. Boddam, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 
Henry R. M. Van Heythuysen, Lt.Col. ) 

Bombay Staff Corps J 

Kowell Swanston, Lt.Col. Madras S. 0.. 
Charles F. Boulton, Lt.Col. Bombay S. C, 
James Giberne Bell, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. 
Henry A. Justice, Lt.Col. Madras S. C... 
Joseph Hanwell, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
John Rootsey Strutt, Lt. CoZ.Bombay S.C 
Charles Brodie F. Penny, Lt.Col. R. Eng 
John W. M'Queen, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal) 

Staff Corps ) 

i).«.c.Edw. F. Chapman, CB. Major, R. Art, 
Hugh Mackenzie, Lt.Col. h.p. 15 Foot; i 

Commandant R. Military Asylum j 

Evelyn P. Gordon, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C... 

HEH. Prince Leopold, George Duncan 1 

Albert, Duke of Albany, £G. KT. \ 

GCSI. GCMG ; J 

Robert S. Turton, Lt.Col. 2 W. I. Regt.... 

William H. Maokcsy, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 

Lionel Smith Warren, Lt.Col. York and ) 

Lancaster Regt. (O5 Foot) J 



I COBNET, 

'2ndLIEUT. LIEUT. CAPTAIN. MAJOB. 
OrEKSlGN. 



9 July 52 

2 Sept 53 



I Sept.; 
■; June = 



14 Oct. 5 
4 Jan. 61:16 Jan. 63 

29 Dec. 57 
23 May 55 
20 June 



6 June 54 

8 Sept. 54 
19 Dec. 5 
17 Dec. 5 
23 June 52 
23 June 5: 
22 June S3 

21 Dec. 

22 Dec. 52 
22 Dec. 52 
22 Dec. 52 
14 Aug. 54 

9 Dec, 
9 Dec. 52 

12 June 5 
12 June 5; 
9 Dec. 5: 

8 June 54 

9 Deo. 5 

q Dec. 5 
8 June 5 
8 June 5 
8 June 5 
14 Nov. 48 
30 Dec. 48 
14 Apr. 48 
16 Feb. 49 



4 Aug. 54 

5 Jan. 58 
26 Sept. 56 

" June 55 

Dec. 54 

June 53 

20 Feb. 49 



2 Dec. 51 
2 Dec. 51 
2 Dec. 51 

2 Dec. 51 

3 Dec. 51 
3 Dec. 51 
3 Dec. 51 

3 Dec. SI 
2 Dec. 52 

20 Dec. 51 
7 Sept.54 

4 Apr. 54 
2 June 58 

30 Apr. 47' 



9 Apr. 6 
9 Nov. Si 



23 Apr. 
9 Feb. 
I May 55 

16 Dec. S3 

17 Feb. 54 
17 Feb. 54 
17 Felo. 54 
17 Feb. 54 
21 Mar. 54 

17 Feb. 54 
17 Feb. 54 

17 Feb. 54 
16 Au 
27 Apr. 58 
23 Jan. 56 
10 Mar. 57 

6 June 57 
6 June 57 

5 Nov. 57 
31 May 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 
27 Aug. _ 
27 Aug. 58 

18 Sept. 52 
13 Dec 

6 Aug. 52 

10 Dec. 52 

6 Mar. 67 

20 Oct. 54 

7 Jan. 60 

6 Mar. 58 
27 Aug. 58 

26 Sept. 56 

3 Nov. S4 

27 Dec. 52 

[5 Nov. 54 
51 Jan. 55 

21 May 55 

22 Oct. 55 
29 July 57 

28 Oct. 53 
!2 Sept. 54 

29 Aug. 55 

30 Apr. 56 
17 Feb. 54 

23 Nov. 56 
Dec. 57 
June 57 
Aug. 58 

20 Juno ST 
23 Nov. 56 



26 Feb. 58 8 Aug. 60 
II Aug. 54 8 Dec. 54 
23 Nov. 52 18 Aug. 54 



13 Dec. 59I21 June 71 
I May 6c 



7 Nov. 63 
3 Mar. 66 
67 



:4 Aug, 
5 Sept 
[7 Nov. 



May 
29 July 

Apr. 57 

1 Apr. 59 
I Apr. 59 
I Apr. 59 
1 Apr. 59 

May 59 

25 Sept.59 

4 Nov. 59 

^ Nov. 58 

28 Nov. 59 
Feb. 6 

25 Sept.6 

8 Mar. 62 

1 July 62 

5 July 6 

I Sept. 6,, 

29 Feb. 64 

29 Feb. 64 

10 June 64 
:7 June 64 
7 ,Tan. 65 
20 Apr. 60 
:3 July 60 
10 Sept.58 

25 Sept. 55 
:9 Feb. 70 
I Feb. .60 
I May 68 

24 May 61 

6 Feb. 65 

9 Dec. 62 
23 June 58 

I Aug. 60 

7 May 60 

30 July 62 
[2 Dec. 63 
[2 Dec. 63 
12 Dec. 63 

I Jan. 62 
[3 Dec. 63 
[3 Dec. 63 
[3 Dec. 63 
[6 Mar. 60 
!o Dec. 63 

I Sept. 63 

4 Apr. 66 
!i Jan. 72 

9 Mar. 58 
;o Jan. 64 



3 Aug. 68 
6 Dec. 59 
3 Sept. 63 



28 June 7: 
28 June 7: 
28 June 7: 

28 June 7 
12 July 7 

22 July 7 
9 Sept. 7 

20 Sept. 7 
3 I^'ov. 7: 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 7 
5 July 72 
5 July 7 
5 July 7 
5 July 7 
s July 7 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 7 

5 July 72 
5 July 7 
5 July 72 
5 July 7 
5 July 72 

5 July 7 
5 July 7 
5 July 7 

5 July 72 
27 Aug. 7 

6 Apr. 73 

5 July 7 
19 Nov. 71 



5 July 7' 
I Apr. 74 

1 July 74 
5 July 72 

20 Apr. 67 

23 Dec, 
23 Apr. 73 

5 July 72 

:2 Dec. 71 

2 Dec. 71 
:2 Dec. 71 

2 Dec. 71 

3 Dec. 71 
3 Dec. 71 
3 Dec. 71 

3 Dec. 71 
5 July 72 
:o Dec. 71 
5 July 72 

4 Apr. 74 
31 Dec. 78 

I Apr. 70 
20 Jan. 72 



1 Apr. 74 
4 Jan. 70 
7 May 76 



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; Oct. 



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77 



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Oct. 
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25 Aug. 79J 

2 Oct. 77 

15 Sept.77 

21 Oct. 77 
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31 Oct. 77 3T 

11 Nov. 77 

22 May 76 

Dec. 77 
25 Dec. 77 
5 Dec. 77 

12 Dec. 77 
12 Dec. 77 
12 Dec. 77 

12 Dec. 77 12 
[3 Dec. 77 13 
[3 Dec. 77 13 
t3 Dec. 77 13 
[3 Dec. 77 13 
[5 Dec. 77115 
20 Dec. 771-'^ 
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Dec. 

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20 Jan. 78 20 Jan. 



2 Feb. 78 
I Oct. 77 

6 Feb. 78 16 Feb. S2 



WHEN 
PLACED OK 
HALF PAT. 



23 May 74 



6 Dec. 82 
I Oct. 82 
I Apr. 82 
I Oct. 82 
6 Mar. 78 

.2 Feb. Si 
I Oct. 82 
I Oct. 82 
I Oct. 82 



21 Oct. 82 
31 Oct. 82 
31 Oct. 82 



5 Dec. 82 



23 Sept. 70 



Coloneh. 



52 



[ CORNET, 

2nd LIEUT. 
"OrEIfSIGN". 

Richanl Wm. Charles Winsloe, Lt.Col. > i ~, 1 ^ ^ 

Scots Fusiliers (21 Foot) ^ iiJune53| 6 Oct. 54 

Thomas Kettlewell, Lt.Col. Bombay S.C. 20 Feb. 5223 Nov 56 
Joshua Frederick Betty. Lt.Col. R.'Art .. 22 Dec. 52117 Feb. 54 
Howell Davis, Lt.Col. Worcestershire) ! ^^ It. 

""-■-lent (29 F.) j-iigDec. 57 t^ .Tnnpfir, 



7 June 55 
13 Jan. 54 
31 May 59 
15 May 52 

9 Dec 
27 Dec 

11 June 52 

12 June 52 

12 June 52 

13 June 52 
ombay S. C.J13 June 52 
" ' " ~ '13 June 52 

13 June 52 
13 June 52 
13 June 52 

13 May 53 
23 Oct. 54 

6 July 52 

14 Aug. 54 
23 Oct. 54 
■20 July 52 
20 July 5: 
10 June 53 



27 Apr. 58 
2 Apr. 5 

26 Feb. 56 
15 Augf. 53 

8 Dec. 54 
23 Nov. 56 
17 Feb. 54 

27 Apr. 58 

26 Oct. 55 



26 .June 55 

16 .Tune 61 

25 -Tan. 54 1 I Apr. 59 

37 Junes; 31 Dec. 6; 

24 Feb. 54:27 Aug. 6; 

19 Jan. 55 II .Tune 64 
23 Nov. 56' 12 June 64 
23 Nov. 56 12 June 64 
23 May 54 1 13 June 64 

20 Sept.55|i3 June 6. 
18 July 56' 13 June 64 

Oct. 56'i3 June 64 
23 Nov. 56,13 June 64 



23 Nov. 56 
9 Aug. 54 
3 Dec. 54 



20 Apr. 55 
10 Aug. 5 
10 Au^. 52 
10 Aug. 52 

19 Oct. 53 
23 Mar. 55 

20 Aug. 52 
20 Aug. 52 

26 Aug. 52 
31 Aug. 52 

2 Nov. 55 
20 Sept. 52 
20 Sept. 52 

27 Sept. 52 



^o June 54 
14 Aug. 54 

3 Dec. 54I 
3 Nov. 56 1 
2j July 57J 



Wm.D.aunt.Ca.£<.Co«.NorroIkReRt.(9F.)'i3 Sept.48 J5 Feb. 53 
John Ord Hasted, £/.CoZ. Royal Eng. ..9 Dec. 53 ' "' 

Francis C. Trent, Lt.Col. Nortbamp- ) ' „ cj . 

tousliire Regt. (48 Foot) > '** t)ept.49 

Charles K. M.Walter, ti.Co^ Bengal S.C 20 Mar. 5 
Francis W. Thomas, Col. 2nd Com. R.Mar 28 June 4- 

John S. Ferguson, Lt.Col. 2 Life Gds 11 June 52 

Robert A. AValr-ers.Xi. Coi. Madras S.C...I11 Apr. 52 
John Kelly Holdsworth, Lt.Col. R. Art ..'22 Dec. 52 
George Francis Worsley, Lt.Col. R. Art in June S3 
UC Hans G. Moore. CB Major, Argyll > 

and Sutherland Highlanders (93 F.)j 
Philip Kdw. Victor Gilbert, CB. Lt.Col. \ 

Somer.set Light Infantry (i^ F.) J 

David M. M. Crichton, J/rt/or.'Gren Gds 
Charles J. Hughes, Lt.Col Bengal S. C 
George Newmarch, Lt.Col. Royal Eng.... 
Geoffrey Mairis. Lt.Col. 2nd Com.R.JIar. 
Walter Musgrave, Lt. Col. Bengal Staff C 
Henry St. M. Wynch. Lt. Col. Madras S.C. 
Charles Jameson, Lt.Col. Bombay S. C 
Patrick Wilson Bannerman, Lt.Col.) 

Bombay Staff Corps j 

Francis J.T. Ross, Lt.Col. Bombay S C 
Edward R. O.Wilcox, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C 
William A. Gillespie, Lt. CW. Bombay S C 
Henry R.B. Worsley, CS./,<.CoZ.Bengal ) 

StaffCorps ° j 

Richard Griffith, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. .. 
John G Harkness, Lt. Col. Northumber- ) 

land Fusilier.s (5 Foot) j 

p S.C. Robert Grant, Lt.Col. Roj-al Enc'. 
Wra. Shapter Hunt, Lt.Col. Madras s! C 
John Po])ham Maquay, Lt.Col. R. Eno- 
E.lvv. Harding Steward, Lt.Col. R. Eng 
Charles J. Staart, lA.Col. Madras S C 
yiE John C. C. Daunt, ii.Coi. Bengal S C 
Wdlium De W. R Tuackwell.'s* LtCol. \ 

h.p. S. Staffordshire Regt. (38 Foot) j 
Sir Cromer Ashburnham, KCB. Lt.Col ) 

King's Royal Rifles (60 Foot) ] 

John i'. Bushby, Lt Col. Bengal Staff C 
John J. Boswell. CB. Lt Col. Bengal S C 
Hardress E. Waller, Lt Col. Bengal S C 
Frederic Pocklington,i<.Co«.Northum- ') 

berland Fusiliers (5 Foot) i 

William Starke, Lt.Col. B. Yorkshire') 

Regt. (isFoot) j 

Henry Tyndall, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal S.C' 
Wdliam Morgan Frazer.ii.Co^. Madras ) 

StaffC.jrps f 

Rowland Smith, Lt.Col. Bengal ' Staff C, 
Mont=igu Mitchell Procter, Lt.Colonel) 

Benfal Staff Corps j 

p.t.c. Thomas Gonne, i96i<. Co/ hp'i'T) 
Lancers; Military Attache at'stV 
Petersburg l 

Frederic Allen, Lt.Col. Bengal Staiflf C 
Edward Francis Hunter Armstrone- ) 

Lt. Col. Madras Staff Corps j 

John Roberts, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffCorps 
Chas Wm. St. John, Captain, h.p 94 ) 

F. Staff Officer of Pensioners j 

Wm Ale.x. Patrick Wyllie, Lt.Col. R.Art. 
h . L. Manniugham-Buller,iI/(ty,y,- Cold G 
p.».c. John North Crealock, CB. Lt Col )' 

Derbyshire Regt. (95 Foot) } 

i-dward Hopton, Lt.Col. Con. R. (83 F ) 
Apsley Cherry, i'>y Lt.Col. h.p. Scottish) 

Rifles (90 F.) j 

Arthur Harness, CB. Maiorl'Royeii' Art 
Charles Warren. CM G. Major, Koval E. 
Henry Cardew, Lt.Col. Royal Aniilery... 
Howard Sutton Jones, CB. Lt. Col R M 
George Beujamin Wolseley, Major, } 

York and Lancaster Regt. (65 Foot)] 
Fmocis Wallace Grenfell, Mojor,} 

Kings Royal Rifles (60 Foot) ... j 

WiUiam Pra. Butler, i«» CB. Lt.Col. hv < 

69 F.;A. A 4-q. M. Gen. Devonpori 
Henry BrasnHl Tnsory.CB. Lt.Col R M A 
p.».c. Herbert Stewart, Major 3 Dr Gds 
Ri^iSereneUujhue,. the Duke orHec^'GCB. 
Mordaunt Martin F,tzGerald,£«.CW.R.A. 
Oreo. Renme Manderson, CB. Lt.Col. R.A. 
Charles Vaughan Arbuckle, Lt.Col R A 



20 Feb. 64 
24 Mar. 60 



20 Mar. 64 
26 Apr. 6 



26 Mar. 60 



31 Aug. 74J29 Nov. 79 
20 Feb. 72 20 Feb. 78120 Feb. 82 
5 July 72,20 Feb. 78 20 Feb. 8 
6 Jan. 63 23 Jan. 75^ 2 Mar. 78J 2 Mar. 8 
9 Feb. 56 14 Feb. 72^8 Mar. 78 ,8 Mar. 8' 
22 Mar. 63 5 July 72 18 Mar. 78|i8 Mar. 82 
Dec. ss 4 Mar. 72^20 Mar. 78 20 Mar. 82 
20 Mar. 72,20 Mar. 78 1 20 Mar. 82 
7 May 74 I Apr. ;8 i Apr. 82 
5 Sept. 56, 5 July 72 .0 Apr. 75^0 Apr. 82 
' Apr. 64I11 Apr. 72 II Apr. 78(11 Apr 82 
5 July 72 17 Apr. 7S 17 Apr. 
5 July 72 17 Apr. - 
I Apr. 74! 9 Mar. 



9 June 72 
3 Mar. 61 
8 May 67 



; June 64 
! Jan. 56 



8 Aug. 60 

7 Nov. 63 

8 Nov. 59 
o Sept. 60 
o July 64 
July 64 

15 Dec. 54J26 Feb. 58 
26 Oct. 55 '23 Jan. 63 
17 May 54 10 Aug. 64 
23 Nov. 56' 10 Aug. 64 
23 Nov. 56 10 Aug. 64 



18 Jan. 56 
17 July 60 
!o Aug. 64 



8 Dec. 54 
27 May 56 
12 Apr. 54; 
23 Nov. 56 20 Aug. 64 
23 Nov. 56 26 Aug. 64 
23 Nov. 56 3' Aug. 64 

Sept. 57: 10 June 62 

Aug. 54 20 Sept. 64 

31 May 56120 Sept. 64 

23 Nov. 56 27 Sept. 64 



I Apr. 74 I May 78 

26 Feb. 76 

23 Mar. 6g i Oot. 77 
5 July 72! 1 Juue7S 
4 Nov. 76 13 Apr. 7 J 
II June 72 II June 78 



17 Apr. 
29 Apr. 

1 May 82 

14 May 82 

15 May i 
1 June i 
4 June £ 

II June i 



WHKIf 
PLACED OS 
HALF PAT. 



12 June 72 12 June 78) ra June 82 

12 June 72 12 June " 

13 June 72 13 June 78 
3 June 72 13 June 78 



13 June 72 13 June 78 
13 June 72 13 June 78 
13 June 72 13 June 78 
13 June 72 13 June 78 
30 Mar. 72' 1 July 

5 July 72 I July 78 

6 July 72 6 July 78 
5 July 72 I Oct 77 
5 July 72 ,4 July 78 

2o July 72 20 July 78 
20 July 72 20 July 78 
5 July 72 22 July 78 
18 Oct. 73 10 Mar. 80 

10 Aug. 72 10 Au!r. 78 
10 Aug. 72 ,0 Aug. 78 
o Aug. 72,0 Au] 
2 Apr. 72J15 Aug. 78 
13 Apr. 72 20 Aug. 78 
20 Aug. 72 20 Aug 78 
20 Aug. 72 20 Aug. 78 
26Aug.72J26Aug. 78 



31 Aug. 72I31 Aug. 71 
12 Aug. 741,4 Sept., 8 

20 Sept. 72'2o Sept, 
20Sept.72l20Sept.78 
27Sept.72'27 Sept. 78 
8. Tune 71' i Oat, 
5 July 72|i6 0ot. 

30 Mar. 70 



12 J 
[3 June 

13 June "2 
13 June 8 
13 Juno 82 
13 June 82 

1 3 June 8 
I July 82 
I July 82 
6 July 82 

10 July 8 

14 July 8 
20 July 82 
20 July 8 
22 July 8 

9 Aug. 8: 
o Aug 8; 
o Aug. 82 
o Aug 82 
5 Aug. 82 
20 Aug. 82 
Aug. 82 

.VU!'. 82 



1 Feb. 48 6 Oct. 48 17 Aug. S5 

2 Dec. 52 17 Feb. 541 i Apr. 60 
30N0V. 55 i3Dec. 60 

3 Oct. 54] 9 Feb. 55 6 May 59 5 July 72;ii Nov. 78 
7 Oct. 54i 9 Feb. 55 13 Nov. 60 25 Oct. 73' I. Nov. 78 

II May 35|i8 Jan. sejag Oct. 6i[,o Sept.74'11 Nov. 78 

J23 JuQe57 25 0ct. 6828 June 77'-! Nov 78 

a';;;' , !^3Dec. 57 2o0ct. 69,0 Apr. 7811 Nov! 78 
tn^' "1 ^ ^'''"- S-^i • A?"-- 6-^1 5 July 72 16 Nov. 78 
Aug.s3j10Nov.541.Dec. 63! xOct: 77, 7 July 79 

18 Sept.57 24 Aug. 58 21 Mar. 



S Aug. 59 
7 Sept.s8 



9 Apr. 54 

24 Nov. 63 



21 July 63 28 Oct. 71 



16 Feb. 78 22 Nov. 79 
II Nov. 78 29 Nov. 79 



17 Nov. 63I13 Apr. 72J I Apr. 74 2, Apr. 80 

22 June 55; 28 Nov. 65 1 i Ojt. 77' 3 July So 

29 Nov. 79 24 July 80, 



8 July 65' 1 1 Apr. 



6 Aug 
31 Aug. 82, 

14 Sept. 82 
20 Sept. 82 
20 Sept.82 
27 Sept.82 

I Oct. 82 
r6 03t. 8: 

9 Nov. 8: 
II Nov. 82 
II Nov. 82 
II Nov. 
II Nov. 
II Nov. 
16 Nov. 82 
[S Nov. 8 
(8 Nov. 8: 
18 Nov. 8: 

i8 Nov. 8; 
8 Nov. 8: 
8 Nov. 8: 
Nov, 



27 Apr. 8 1 



9 Dec. 50 26 June 56 10 Feb. 60, 5 July ,2 27 Nov 78'27 Nov' R^ 



Apr. 74 



-^ War Seira-es of fit e Colonels. 

'' colonel F. A. C...... V'-'^^^^ 

force before the towa . n S. iM-f ^i^ 1 dunng^thc f ?f,^ .\^.'^°54 ^5 , wat, ^ni, i j^ ^j^^ Crimea, until tbe fall 

^?l^?^l '^l^;^^^exp;i^ir^a^sn^c^^^ Kin^S^^^ ^t. Clasp, ^h Class of t.e MeOjicUe, an. 
"'^^iS^elg ser^-ed in the Crin^ean campaign of .854-55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). ,-,. .^ 4. p a,.,.;., ir, ,R^r. ATpdall 

* Colonel W. A. G. AVright served o^^^t^^ Co'i^* f |^ '^'li" t jl^ the Burmese war of 1S52 (iledal with Clasp for 
6 colonel F. E. Appleyard served with the Soth Segment in tnecur^ ^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^p^.^^ 

Pegui, and was present at the capture ot ^^'^ytaban, opeiations^^^^^^^ ^^ p^^^^ g^^^^^^ ^^^ 

and capture of the great ^agon Pagoda with the stonnmg Pf ^y ^iso *i\ ,^^^^1^3 „(■ ^1^^ (^o.^^ded) and 
Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the Royal P^^Uier^, ''"d was pre e ^^ ^^^ Quarries 7th June, 

Inkennan, and siege of Sebastopol, i^c^^^^^mg sort e. on 5^^^ ti despatches, M^dal with Clasps, Brevet of Major, 
and assault on the Redan 1 8th Jii?;V,^°™ftL* ^M^fand Skish Medal). Served in the Afghan war in 
Knight of the Leg on o Honor ^thUnss of the Me^^nhe^^^^^^^ ^.^^^ ^J ^^^^ ^^^ present at the attack 

Medal -n-ith Cla^p) . , „ ^ ,„,-„„ „r ,0., ond the earlv nart of iSss with the 21st Fusiliers, 

Cheniote, and at tUo l,uiDlo ol Goojerat (Medal with 7° Clasp|). bervea t k i^^i-erman, in the Trenches 

ter-wouuded (Medal with three Clasps, brevet of Majoi Km nt^o^t^ . ^^^^^^^ campaign of 1.868 

^!^ fh^ e'S^l^o^ Snst'tTeTi^Jbet on"th"e"S£ck M^^Sn^^n (mentioned in Despatches, CB., Medal 

-^^sSi^lrlesKnight Pearson servedasAdJuta^^^ 

siege and fall of Sebastopol and attack ot the 8th Sept. (^^'^^^^^^^j^t, invaded Zululand by the passage of the 

reUeved by Lord Chelmsford (KCMG., Medal with Clasp). Highlanders in tbe 

'"» iSlon'el J. I. Macdonell landed in t^« Crimea mJanuaiy 8^5, and s^ived^wit^ ^^^^7^^ ^^^ ^^.^^ ^ 
Trenches at the siege of Sebastopol and t<^^Dk part in ^^^^ ^x^ecutio ^^^^ during the summer of 

and Ttn-kish Medal) . Served with the Central India ^lem J^ °^^^ ^ Golowlee and capture of Calpee, action of 
.858, and was present at the actions of ^oonch and Mutt a ^att^^^ ^^^^ ^.^^ ^,^^^p^_ ^^^^ ^^ 

Morkr and subsequent operations terminatmgmthe^^^^^^^^^ ^w ^^ ^^ ^g^ against the Boneyrs and 

Eosofzai Field Force ^^^er Sir Neville Chamberlamthrou^^^^ f^. s ^^ ^^^ Bmbeylah Pass, uumerous 

other Afghan tribes on the N 01th- West Fiontierpt '™^^°X^^|l engagements resulting in the total deteat of 

Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). cjoponrl -nivision thi-ouo-hout the Eastern campaign of 1S54-56, froni 

2o"%ir William Bellairs was present ^^^jt^^ Second Diviswntmou Adjutant of the 49th Regt.) 

the landing in Turkey to the evacuation ot «ie Crimea^mcluding the oam e v ^^^^ ^^ Sebastopol, affair of 

^d Skei^an (where he led into action a Detached Wing of the ^9th f .t,)^^ e„^ ^^^^ ^^^ 8th September (men- 

^^^eaic^^^^'fis^J^^^ 



Dr.8 :, ^nrrsslstanrQuarter-Master Gen-al to the .nd Division a^^^^^^^ , 

uSe Clasps, Brevet of Ma or. Knight of the I^egiou of H^^i^ 5^ CL^^^^^ 1877-78. Commanded the combmed 

Kepnty A:diutant and Quarter Master *>eneral throughout the Kafarw^^ rebellion (several times mentioned in 
forces on the Eastern Frontier from December to ^larch clurmg the c.aika ^^^ ^^^^ .^ ^^3 distribution of his 

despatches, CB., mentioned by General ^'^ A" ^^™™Deputy Adjutant and Quarter Master General, and 
trwps ■'). Served throughout the Zulu campaign ot 879 as Deputy^ j ^^ ^1^^^^^ (mentioned m 

commanded the laager for ^^PiLOt^f ^of' ."^^^^^^ ^y Governor Sir Bartle Frere for 

desoatches). Brought to the notice ot the Secretary ot ^^^ate 101 b „g-ord" him "under circumstances ot no 

^e'^Cluable advice which his judgment and exp^^^^^^ ,^^ B„er war of i88o-S, as 

SarerS^aYcfm'LrdfnlthL^^^^^^^ afterwards as Administrator of the Transvaal. 

and took part in the defence of Pretoria (•^'C-^ff.). Brigadier Pattle commancUng the Cavalry Brigade 

2i^gthbmp^a??.^f^8C^or^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^-^^^--' ^^'^^^^^^^^ ''''■ =^"' 

^^^^c^^eflSntSs^eT^r^^^-ent^^^oug^^ 

gntlSL-^^JuS(Meral^^rt^h?e1t^^^^^^^^ o^ ^^^ ^^^^'^ °^ ^-^^ ^'"^ ""'^ °' ^^^ 

Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). -fT,„,Hn<rflnTi Field Force to repel an incursion of Fenians mto Canada 

2«tolonelBagotwa8inco.nmaudofth6HiMtmgdoni^^^^^^ strongly entreuehed at Trout River and 

i-n Mav 1870. Eighteen hours after he left Montreal he teU ^PO^J^^®?"' ''",". £i;;„ &c. Lt.General the Hon. James 
S-^tThei acrofs the frontier line, t^i;r'^?.ZETtn tS S't^ "m^^^^^^^^^ Lt.General recognizes that 

^^^zv^:^:^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ -'^ '^' '-^'^ "■ ^ ''-'''' '' "'^""^ " '"' 

in^bitantsof the district." , ■ ,v,„ ij-.^.^torn f<nmnai"-n of 1854-55 with the Scots Greys, including the 

-^^^I^F^'f. Hamilton served with tlae 4thJlegimentthrou^ 



War Services of the Colonels. ^ 54 

fall of Sebastopol, assaults of the Redan on the iSth June and 8th September, also at the bombardment and sur- 
render of Kinboiu'n (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

2s Colonel G. F. C. Bray served in the Abyssinian campaign in 1868 as Assistant Adjutant General of the 2nd 
Division (mentioned in Despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and Medal). 

31 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). 

■ SI 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). 

32 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 Inkermau, siege of Sebastopol, and sortie of 26th October (Medal with two 
Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). 

^ Colonel Freer served as a vohinteer with the 75th Regiment at the action of Budlee-ke-Seria on 8th June 1S57 
and in all the subsequent alTairs in which that Regiment was engaged during the siege of Delhi. Commanded 
the " Stables " Piquet at the capture of four g-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) . 

3s Colonel S. A. Madden served with the 51st Light Infantry throughout the Burmese war of 1852-53, was on 
board the E. I.e. steam-sloop Sesos^ris 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), and at the storm and capture of Rangoon ; also at the assault and captux-e of Bassein 
igth May, and repulse of the night attack on Prome 8th Dec. 1852 (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Also in the 
Umbeyla expedition in 1863. Commanded the Regiment in the Jowaki campaign in 1877 (mentioned in despatches. 
Medal viiith Clasp). Also commanded the 51st Regiment throughout the Afghan war of 187S-9, including the 
taking of All Musjid (mentioned in despatches, CB., and Medal with Clasp;. 

36 Colonel R. 0. 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 woimded and horse wounded in three places (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, 
Medal with Clasp) . 

37 Colonel H. E. T. Williams served in the Burmese war from January 1S52 (Medal with Clasp for Pegu). Served 
also in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1858-59 as Adjutant of the 3rd Madras European Regiment at tlie battle 
■of Banda, and as Acting Assistant Adjutant GJeneral to the Saugor Field Division in 'the action of Punwarree — 
mentioned in despatch (Medal with Clasp for Central India) . 

38 Colonel Hon. S. Mostyn served with the 23rd PusUiers in the Crimea in 1855, including the siege of Sebastopol 
and attack of the Redan on the i8th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian mutinj' 
campaign of 1857-58, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at Cawn- 
pore, siege and capture of Lucknow, and operations across the Goomtee, Trans-Gogra campaign when the rebels 
were driven into Ncpaul (Medal with two Clasps). Embarked for the Gold Coast in command of the 2nd Battalion 
23rd Fusiliers, and commanded the Head Quarters throughout the second phase of the Ashanti war, in 1874, 
including the capture of Borborassie, battle of Amoaful, capture and destruction of Becqua, battle of Ordahsu, 
and capture of Coomassie (several times mentioned in despatches, CH., Medal with Clasp). 

■"i 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. 

■" Colonel Hon. E. G. Curzon served in India during the Mutiny in 1857-58 (Medal). 

" 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 Indian Mutiny campaign of 1858-59, and took part 
in the pursuit of Tantia Topee. Sei-ved with the 3rd Dragoon Guards in the Abyssinian campaign, and com- 
manded Cavalry outposts on the Bashilo river during the storming and capture of Magdala (mentioned in de- 
spatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and Medal). 

« 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 
Clasps, and Turkish Medal). Also the Indian campaign of 1857-59, including relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, 
battle of Cawnpore on 6tb. Dec, pursuit of the enemy and capture of their gims at Sri-Mi-lnt, nfHon at Kallee 
Nuddie ; taking of Futtehghur, expedition to Mhow vmdcr Brigadier Hope, siege ami 1 - : ; . I.iu-know (men- 
tioned in Sir E. Lugard's despatches), and subsequent afl'airs ending in the capture of Baiiii , ! ' ■ I li two Clasps). 

■"5 Colonel Middleton served with the 58th Regt. at the assault and captm-eof Kaw m - 1 nu, :i. > .luring 1846-47 
in the southern part of New Zealand, including the repulse of the attack on Wanganui (iiicniionea in despatch) and 
subsequent affairs there (Medal) . Served as a Volunteer during the Santhal rebellion in India. Sei-ved in the Indian 
campaign of 1857-58 ;— as Orderly Officer to General Franks iu the action of Sultanpore, and subsequent affairs on 
the advance to Lucknow (three times mentioned in despatches) ; as Aide de Camp to General Luard at the siege ana 
capture of Lucknow, and storming of the Martiniere, Banks' House, Begum's Kotee, and Moulvy's Mosque (men- 
tioned in despatch, and Brevet of Major) ; as Deputy Judge Advocate, and Aide de Camp to General Luard at the 
relief of Azimghur and action of Jugdespore (mentioned ia despatch) ; as Brigade Major at the reduction of Dehayon 
Tirhol (mentioned in despatch), and other of the Oude Forts, also at the surrender of Amethie (Medal with Clasp). 

« Colonel C. Alexander served in the Crimea from 20th Dec. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

« Colonel G. P. Prevost served \idth the 23rd Fusiliers in the Crimea from the 17th June 1855, includingthe 
siege and fan of Sebastopol and assaults of the Redan on the i8th June and Sth September— wounded (Medal with 
Clasp, and Tiu-kish Medal) . Served at the siege and capture of Lucknow, mentioned in despatches (Medal with 
Clasp). 

50 Colonel E. M. Manningham-Buller served with the Rifle Brigade in the Kaffii' war of 1846-47, and in that of 
1852-53 (Medal). 

5' Colonel R. B. Chichester .served in the mutiny in India in 1857-5S, and was present when the 8ist Regiment, 
under Colonel Renny, disarmed at Mean Meer one Regiment of Native Cavalry and three Regiments of Native 
Infantry,all disaffected and ripe for mutiny (Medal). Served in the Afghan war 'of 1S78-9 with the Khyber Column 
and commanded the 8ist Regiment at the capture of All Musjid {CB., Medal with Clasp). ' 

53 Colonel Jordan served with the 34th Regiment in the Crimea from Feb. to gth Julj' 1855, includingthe siege of 
Sebastopol, sortie of the 22nd March, capture of the Rifle-pits 19th April, sortie of 9th May, and assault of the 
Redan on the i8th June - severely wounded (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class 
of the Medjidie, Sardinian and Turkish Medals) . Served in the Indian campaign, including the actions at Cawnpore 
on 26th 27th and 28th (wounded) November 1857 (Medal). 

54 Colonel Flood served with the 53rd Regiment in a force under Sir Colin Campbell in 1851-52 against the hill 
; tribes on the N.W. Frontier of India. Served also in the Indian campaign of 1857-59; was with the Alimibagh 
! Force during the relief of Lvxcknow by Lord Clyde; with the 53rd at the relief of Cawnpore on 29th Nov. 1857, 
I action there on the 6th December, and pursuit of the Gwalior Contingent to Serai Ghat, action of Kala Nuddee 
; and occupation of Futtehghur, afiair of Shiunshabad, storm and capture of Meangunge, siege of Lucknow as 
; Aide de Camp to General Mansfield (severely wounded), with the 53rd dui-ing the hot weather campaign in Oude 

in 1858, incl iding the passage of the Goomtee and occu})ation of Sultanpore ; as Aide de Camp to Sir William 

Mansfield during the winter campaign of 1858-59, including that in the Baiswara country and action at Dhoondea 
, Khaii-a, and the Trans-Gogra campaign with its several minor affairs and the final action on the Raptee (mentioned 
' in despatches. Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 
, 56 Colonel Wilson served with the 55th Regiment in the Crimea, subsequent to the fall of Sebastopol, from the 

25th October 1855 to the end of the Russian war. Also on the Bhootan expedition, including the recapture of 

Dewangiri in 1865 (Medal with Clasp). 
" Colonel Armstrong served with the 17th Regiment in the Crimea from the 19th May 1855, including the siege 

and fall of Sebastopol and attacks of the Redan on the i8th June and 8th September, also at the bombardment 

d 2 



ami 5th Class of the Medjidie). Fusiliers in the Crimea from the 2i8t Kov 1854, including the. , 

„J Ml o'.f =X.T™po,"? Si S^"i S»." cSud., Umeerpore, .»a S.tanpore, .nd .,.«~r4. .. 

r Hiissir sss'o,T?. =ra%2ss 

ss:a.?r»rir.f .ssssi.£»^^^^^^^^^ ™-" '^'■'"' ■'°'- -" "■■' ' " 

of Koon.lry( Medal with Clasp). -, iiicludiiitr the storm and recaptureof Peguon 21st r^loj. 

Sroolonel Parsons served in the Burmese ^^^^ °f ^s^-.s. "'cmu ngt ^.^^ ^ ^y ^^t^^^e 

"."c:ro';?K*l!i..as ..-ea a. AM. de C„p .0 Oe„„, 0„a^ 

was present at the assault and capture ol Maitauan, the ^^^""^'''"JJj';'^; celd), and operations of the two foUo^ 



War Services of the Colonels. 5^ 

and served in that capacity till the evacuation of the Crimea (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of 
tbe Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie. and Turkish Medal). Served also the several campaigns m New- 
Zealand from 27th Jan. 1864 to 1866, including the actions at Kangiaohia, Nukumaru (mentioned m despatches), 
and Kiikardmea — in command of the 50th Regt. (Medal). ■ , ,• ii, 

8" Colonel R. Preston served with Uie 44th Regt. throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, '-ncludmg tne 
battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, attack and occupntion of the Cemetery on the i8th 
June (Medal with tbree Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Metljidie, and 
Turkish Medal). Served also the campaign of i860 in North China up to 25th August, and was present at the 
action of Sinho, and capture of the Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). ,_ , ,„ » », 

»' Colonel Warren served with the Rifle Brigade in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle "' A'ma 
and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Med.jidie, and Turkish Medal). 
Served with the 2nd Battalion during the whole of its service in the suppression of the Indian mutiny, iiiclud ng the 
actions at Cawnpore and capture of Lucknow (Medal with Claspi. Embarked for the Gold ('o:i-t m cunn an I of 
the jnd Battalion Rifle Brigade and served throughout the second phase of the Ash^inti war, 111 1 -:;i, unliuliu- liie 
battle of Amoaful, battles of Ordahsu and capture of Cooaaassie (several times mentioned in despnicli';.-, ( B., Medal 
wi h Clasp). , „ ■ ■ I, 

'^ Colonel Vacher served throuehout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, with the 33rd Regiment in the campaign 
of 1S54 until November, when he was appointed Assistant Engineer, right attack, and sei-ved in the Trenches until 
February 1855, when he was transfeiTed to the General Staff, and held the appointment ot D A.Q M. General at 
Head Quarters during the remaindei of the war, and present at the battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege and tall of 
Sebastopol (Medal witti three Clasps, Brevet of Major. Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, 
and Turliifh Medal). „ „ ,, , ,s o , •.^, 

83 Colonel J. H Rocke served with the 2nd Queen's Royals in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal). Seived with 
the iSth Roy.il Irish in the New Zealand war of 1863-66 ; commanded a Wmg of the 2nd Battalion at the affairs at 
Nukumai-u on 25th and 26th Jan. 1865 (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). ., , 

s+ Colonel W. P. CoUingwood served with the 37rh Regiment in the rebe lion of 1848 in Ceylon. Served with the 
2ist Fusiliers in the Crimea (r>.m nth July 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol; also the expedition to 
Kiubourn (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) ; from Nov. 18 5 to ' Nov. 1 856 he commanded a Battalion of the 
Land Transport Corps. Commanded the troops on board the Spartan s'eamer when wrecked on tha Dog Kocks, 
Coast of Africa, on 5lh July 1856, on returning from the Crimea, and for his services throughiAit this trying o ca- 
sion he received the Brevet rank of Major— Lord Panmure, the War Minister, expiessmg bis approbation, as did 
also H.R.H. the Commander in Chief, of the conduct of the officers and men, as bfing hi-hly honourable to them ; 
and Colonel M-Murdo, Director General of the Land Transport Corps, in a general order, '• desired to expivss to 
Cantain CoUingwood and those he commanded the pride he felt in transmitting lor the inlormawou of H.R.H. the 
Commander in Chief, the proofs given of the high courage and discipline which animated all ranks on that feartul 
night, and which were rewarded bv the safe rescue of all from their perilous situation." Proceeded to South 
Africa in February 1879 in command of the vnd Battalion Scots Fusibers, and commanded the 2jd Brigade ot 
the 2nd Division during the latter part of the Zulu war (C'J/G., Medal with Clasp). Carried out satisfactorily the 
transfer of his Battalion from the steamship Cify of Parii when wrecked on entering Simon's Bay on the 21st ot 
March 1879. 

88 Colonel B. Mockler served with the 64th Regiment in the Persian campaign of 1S56-57, 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 1857-58, including the actions of Kalec Nuddee 
and Kerkeroulie, Bareilly, Shahjehaupore, Bunnai. and Mohomdie (Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

87 Colonel Dickins served with the 20th Regiment in the Crimea from the 26th January 1855, including the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol ; was also present at the capture of Kinbourn (Medal with Clasp, sthClass 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 Clasp). 

88 Colonel H. R. L. Newdigate landed in the Crimea with the 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade, and was present at 
the battle of Alma (Medal with Clat-p, and Turkish Medal). Servedalso during the IncUan campaign of 1S57-58, 
including the action of Cawnpore, and capture of Lu.;know; and with Ross' Camel Corps at the capture ot 
Calpeo and operations in Central India (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps). 

83 Colonel Godfrey Clerk served with the Rifle Brigade in the Indian mutiny, and was present at the Alumbagh 
and relief of Lucknow (Brevet of Maior, Medal with Clasp). 

SI Colonel C. A. S. Dickins served the Eastern campaign of 1854 and up to 19th July 1S55 with the 38th Regt., 
including the bai ties of Alma and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol; with Volunteer Sharpshooters from i7ih 
Oct. to 29th Nov. ; repulse of a sortie on 21st Dec. ; commanded the Light Company in the attack of the 
Cemetery on the i8th June ; was severely wounded in the advanced Trenche^ on the 2nd July (Medal with three 
Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Inaian mutiny campaigi., and was 
present in the engagements of Meangunge, Lucknow, Barsee, and Nuggar (Medal with Clasp). 

"2 Colonel J. B. Edwaids served in the Crimea from 14th Sepi.. 1855, and was employed in the demolition of the 
Docks of Sebastopol (Medal, and Turkish Medal). Served in India in 1857-59, and commanded a Company of the 
Royal Engineers throughout the campaign in Central India under Sir High Kose ; present at tbe siege and storm- 
ing of Chandairee (commanded the ladder party at the assault, mentioned in despatches) . siege and storming of 
Jhansi (directed ihe only two successful columns of assault), actions of the Betwah and Koonch (rnentioned in 
despatches), actions before Calpee from the 15th to the 21st May, action of Goolowlee on 22nd May, in which he 
supported with his Company a portion ot the 25th Bombay Native Infantry which had been driven back by over- 
powering numbers (specially mentioned in Sir Hugh Rose's despatch for " prompt resolution in charging most 
successlully the very superior force of the rebels, routing them with loss, and pursuing them till out of reach "), 
capiure of Calnee, action before and capture ofGwalior. Served as Comman'tini; Engineer with Colotrel Liddtll's 
Column in Bui^dlekund in August, September and October 1858, and also with Colonel Meade's Column in Central 
India in February, March and April 1859, clearing the jungles and in the pursuit and capture of Tantia Topee 
(Medal with Clasp, and Brevet of Major). 

^' Oilonei R. (;. Whitehead served with the 97th Regiment in the Crimea from the 20th Nov. 1854, including the 
.sioL-'c and fall of Sebastopol, and was of the storming party at the assault of the Redan on the 8th September— men- 
tidiuilindespatchesfor'-distinguished conduct" (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of theMedjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
( Viiiiiuanded the 58th Foot in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at Ulundi (mentioned in 
desiiuiehes, CB., Medal with Clasp). 

'■>* Colonel W. W. Lynch served in Persia with the Scinde Horse in 1857 (Medal with Clasp). Joined Havelock s 
orce on its first taking the field in India, and was present in every action fought by that column (horse killed 
under him at Cawnpore). Appointed to the command of a troop of Volunteer Cavalry after the rec>ipture of Cawn- 
, pore, and subsequently served as second in command of the Volunteer Cavalry with the Oude Field Force, and 
was present in all the actions fought by that force until the rebef of Lucknow on the 25th Sept. 1857, and defence 
: of the Residency unt 1 its final relief on the 24th Nov. following by Lord Clyde (severely wounded, tnanked b,y the 
Governor General in Council, mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, and ^rant of a year 3 
service for Lucknow). Mentioned in Horse Guards General Orders " for conspicuous and praiseworthv conduct '" at 
Bermuda during the epidemic of yellow fever in 1864. when he wns for some months in command of his Batt »tion. 

35 Colonel William Stirhng served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affairs of 
Bulgaiiac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava and Inkerman, the siege and fall of Sebastopol, 
and repulse of the sortie on the 26th Oct. 1854 (Medal with four Clasps. Knight of the Legion of Honor, and 
Turkish Medal). Served as Brigade Major of Artillery w th Rajpootana Field Force at the capture of Kotah on 
30th March 1858 (Medal, and Brevet of Major). Served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at 
Sinho, actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekm (Medal with Clasp). 

"6 Colonel H. G. De la Fosse served in the Artillery at the siege of Cawnpore in 1857 under Major General Sir 
' Hugh M. Wheeler (mentioned in despatches and allowed to reckon one year's extra service) . Sei-vedin theArtil- 
j lery with the Force under Major Generals Havelock and Outram, and present at the crossing into Oude, actions of 



-_ War Services of the Colonels. 

Mungarwar and Alurabngh. and entvy -^^ Lucknow ; com^anded^t^^^^^^ 

subsequent defence of the Residency ; present at the letakmg of Oawnp^^^^ Revved with the 

'^'rgl.ionel G. D. Barker served with the ,8th Highlanders ^-^^^^-^^^^^t^^'^^^S 
and battle of Kooshab, bombardment of Mohumrah and expedaUon to Ahwaz (M^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ p^^^^^^ 

with Havelock'8 Column from its first tikmg the field m 18,7, JfJlXeShowk^^^ tlie several actions leadmg 

Nuddee, Cawnpore. Onao, Buseeratgunge (first ^^'^^^econd Boorbeak^^^^^^^^ 

Clasps, Brevet of Major, and a year's service fo'^5'^'=,t th^lrnffir wnr of i8=;2-=;^ (Medal), and was at the action of 

58 boionel Swindley served with the '^^^^^"^ZiJ^^^^^S^^thetesilM^^^^ 
theBerea. Also the Eastern campaign from 9th ^'iy,^855,inclmimgthe siege am Crimea (Medal with Clasp 

Eupatoria under General D'AllonviUe, and commanded funeral Snnpsons ^^^^J^'^ .'.^^^^^^fieia fo^ce, including the 
and Turkish Medal) . Also the Indian campaif^i of 1858-59 with the Saugoi and iN ei Duuaa u 
actions of Jeegunge, Kubrai, and Banda (Meda • . ^ o7thDec. i8s4,includingthcsiegeandfallof 

^";^"c^^ionel G.N.Fendall served with the 53rd Regiment ag^nsUhehmtribes^^^^^^^ 

&rr^ls^^mSar£utrw^SitirL^e%f^^ - --— ^^ ^ 

"'.o^^dofen^raSewiu's^^ed with the 65th Regiment in the New Zealand war of X863-65 (mentioned m 
'^To?^(5&^l'^i3ell served the Eastern campaign of x854-55m^^^^^^^^^^^ 

^T^^l^fsSL^lsf^lerv^/t^S 

''^^^stoTon^? rThSson served &Xut tKiipai.n of x86o in China, including the actions of the 3rd x.th 

and 14th August, i8th and 21st Sept (Medal f"^ tj!°.^'^^PS)- . , campai-n of 1848-49, inclading the passage of 

W4 Colonel G.F.de Berry served with the 24th Regtrnt^hePun^^^^ ^^,^ Clasps). . 

the Chenab, and battles of Sadoolapore OhiUianwallah (slightly w ^^^^^ attacked by 

Served in IncUa during the mutiny ot 1857-f :. commanded the station 01 m^^^^ j 'j^ j^,^^. ,857 rau-ed, 

hillmen on the night of ist Sept. 1857, and c^^™g P-'o^f^dings of the t^^^^^^ ^^ North-Western 

^^L^'^^iV^. S"wrs'at\S'\o^ S^en^°^o^^Va d^r^^^^^^^^^ at Ooryah ani 

ihelrghurghat and at the taking of Calpee (Medal with C^sp for f^l^^^^^^^,^^,,^^ ,^, ,,,ttle of the Tchernaya, 

.i;^e?nSVsertg7^IdXfrc^^.%7f^^^ 
106 Colonel E. H. Poster served m the Ka^r war of 1851-53 (^^^dal). „ , , , ^^^^ jan. to 24th May 1855; 

IhrceUoM the defence ot the Lmkm» ReeKlenej , comma«de(l the »;»I>2;"' '^'^'^f "r^'ueh he took .. gun n 

f.;fe^frtkrh^eSKenrset^;'hi^^^^^^^^^^ 
■''st;;?efT"r&*ss,t;;h'=;K^^^^ 

fall of Sebastopol, and attacks of the iSth June and 8th ''f P^e^l^er, and was «^^^^^^ » Battery, light 

17th June while employed as an Assistant Engineer m throwmg up an entienchment in tne „ 

attack (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). ti „ n.irv^on fvnm thp lith Nov 1S54, including the 

.-^^^^:^^^^^^^ S-!F^?rl^iK^Eir^^)^^^^^^ °" "^^ 

'^^'Ito'^nel R. R. Gillespie sei-ved throughout the Persian -mpaigri of ^856-57,^^^^^^^^^^ ^"a^^i^^te^^K 

of Reshire. surrender of Bushire, expedition to^I^o^y^o°^-and battle otK^^^^ ^ n ^^^ 

fnclading the siege »«id capture of Lucknow battle « ,Nawabgunge actwn of Su^^^^^ and takmg o^^,^^^^^^^ ^^^ 
und capmre of Coomassie (mentioned i° despatches, Brevet of Lt^olonelMeda^^ Sebastopol, from the 

''r ^colonel W. T. Goldsworthy served in Oude with the Jol-teer Cava^^^^^^^^^ -^ 

present at the actions of Oonao and Busseerutgun.ie, and recapture otBusseerutgunje . ^r ine Hussars 

I Commission in the 8th Hussars. Served m ^Jf.lP°.°''^I^a '^^^.^^^^^^^^^^^^ of Chondeyrer^ battle of Kotah ke 



I Wa7' Services of the Culoneh. 5 8 

!capttire of Powrie, actions of Koondrye and Boordah as Brigade Major in the Rajpootana Field Force, which ap- 
jpoiutment he held from the fall of Gwalior in June 1858 to the end of the war (eight times mentioned in despatches, 
jMedal 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). 

I 125 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 20th Regiment and also Bri- 
Igade Majoron the Staff of Brigadier Evelegh, and was present at the actions of Chanda, Umeerpore, and Sultanpore, 
[siege aud capture of Lucknow, actions of Mohan, Meeangunge, Poorwah, Husstmgunge, Morar Mow, Port of 
Isimree, Fort Churda and Fort Musjeedia, Muchleegaon, Kaber Jungles, Fort Dooraha, and final operations in 
lOude in 1859 (several times mentioned in despatches, promoted to an Unattached Company, 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. Accompatiied Lord Strathnairn to England in 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) . Pr.iceeded to India in 1868 with the late Earl of Mayo, "Viceroy and Governor General, and 
served with him as Private Secretary until his assassination in 1872 (received the thanks 01 Government for his 
services, promoted to an Unattached Majority, and appointed a CSI. ) . 

13" Colonel H. E. Jerome served with the 19th Regiment in the Indian campaign of 1857-59, including operations 
against the rebel tribes in Goojerat, storm and capture of Chundairee —led the storming party, siege and capture 
of Jhansi, where under a mu'rilerous fire he assisted in securing Ensign Seooal, who was severely wounded — 
mentioned in despatches; also present at the action of Konnch and at the various engagements before Calpee— 
severely and dangerously wouniied (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, and Victoria 
Cross). Served in the Hazara campaign of 1868, including the expedition against the tribes on the Black 
Mountain (Medal with Clasp). 

127 Colonel H. W. J. Trent served with the 68th Light Infantry throughout the New Zealand war in 1864-66, wa3 
present Mf iVi" n- -mil' Ml, fi '■ ii:\*" P;<h (mentioned in despatches); and acted as a regimental Major in the action, of 

:Te Raii-'i, ■ 1 ■ ,1 m <, I ;: riL:ht wrist while leading two Companies of the 6Sth into the left of the enemy's 

;rifle-pii> I'l.. ' : ,:::,. "•■( -vet of Major, and Medal). 

128 Ciil'.i ■ .. A,,, I , - 1 , !:i-iern campaign of 1854-55 with the 4TSt Regiment, including the battles of 
'AlmaauM Juki.i iii:;)i. ,■ , 1 : - . ii; ' v '. t rpulse of the sortie un 26th October, and assault of the Redan. 

on the 8th SeiiiLiiiljui- Hi' . , ' ,- ! '■ ; ilic Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

1-3 Colonel ]:.:^i.Beii 1 ! .1 - U in the Crimea on the Sth Sept. 1855, and <vas at the fall of 

Sebastopol (Medal wiili m;:c ( i.-p. :ii,(i i iiyki -n .'i.-liil). 

13» Colonel W. Mu.?.<eu(l. 11 survt .1 tue Kastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 8th Hussars, including the battles of 
Alma, Balaklava (horse shoti , Inkerman, and Tchernaya, affairs of Bulganak and M'Kenzie's Farm, and siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal with iuur Clasp,^, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in Rajpootana in 
1858-59, and was pre.-ient at thu caiirure of Kotah and battle of Kotaria (Medal with Clasp). 

1^1 Colonel C. M. Clarke .-^trvi-il in tlic 57th Regiment with the Column under Colonel Warre on the Taptee river in 

co-operation with the Ceiitri-l lii>l:a I'luld Force in 1858. Served also in the New Zealand warof 1861, and was 

present at the operations Ik.i'i,il Ti. .Vi-ci. Also during the war in 1863-66, present as Adjutant of the 57th at the 

action cjfKatikara imcutmiied in dispatches), and as D.A.Q.M. General from June 1S63 toiIarchiS66 in the Pro\-ince 

• 111: I, jiii' :i I; : j the action near Poutoko, capture of the Maori pusitn.i .- :it Mum : u, :; :iii:il;i , M.n:! n I'v.-i. and 

: ! ' li Warea and Te Puru, and various minor aflViirs (11 , ■ ' ' i 'li, M.-dal). 

'li ,: :, ■•.impaign of 1879; commanded the 57th Keying • ■ ; , 1 : ■ 1: . 1 liilovu 

I :ii il iiL n-i. !'L-lies) and relief of Ekowe; afterwards coinmaii'l ■'< 'i- ■ - '1: -. ' ' i' .1. n-i;^: suh- 

SL-fjiieiitly was a;jijumted to the command of "Clarke's Column "—a loice oi' all anus -formed by i~ir Garnet 

Wolseley for the follou-ing objects : the second advance to Ulundi, the capture of King Cetywnyo, the subjugation 

of the Zulu tribes near the Middle Drift of the River Tugela. and the pacification of Zitluland . these objects were 

successfully accomplished — thanked in General Orders (mentioned in despatches as having "perlormed the duties 

of his responsible command in the most highly efficient manner," Brevet of Colouei, CS., Medal with Clasp). On 

the couclusion of the war was appointed Commandant General of the Colonial Forces in South Africa 

13" Colonel C. J. East served with the 82nd Regiment in the Crimea from the 2nd September 1855, and was 
present at the siege and iall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp and Turkish Medal). Also in th.. Tii''i;i!i ctnupaign 
in 1857, and was severely wounded at Cawnpore on the 26th November (Medal). When b.' ■: ' ■ •■'"•■ 4is(i 

Regt. served as Assistant Quarter Master General with the Chitta.gong column of the Lushai i:.! : . > Force 

ini87T-72 (mentioned in despntches, received the thanks of the Governor-General in Council, Jb>i il - ' i ' ' ' i'. and 
Brevet of Major). Served in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1870 as Deputy Adjutant and yuanei- ;\l;isi_'i- Gene- 
ral, and was present in the engagement at Ulundi (mentioned m despatches, Brevet of Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

1^^ Sir Henry Redvers Buller served with the 2ud Battalion 60th Rifles throughout the campaign of i860 in China 
(Medal with two Clasps). Served with the ist Battalion on the Red River expedition of 1870. Accompanied Sir 
Garnet Wolseley to the Gold Coast in September 1873. aud served as D. A. Adjutant ami ;;> 1 , i : 1 Master General 
aud Head of the Intelligence Department throughout the Ashanti war of 1S73-74. in-' '. ■h .n-iion of Essa- 

man, battle of Amoaful, advanced guard engagement at Jarbinbah, battle of Ordali^ ' 1 Miunded) and 

capture of Coomassic 'several times mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, CiJ., .\1 ■■'■-. \ ,\ 1 ii > asi)). Served 
in the Kafir war of 1878-79, and commanded the Frontier Light Horse in the engagemejit at Taba ka Udoda and 
in the operations at .Molyneux Path and against Manyanyoba's stronghold (several times mentioned in despatches). 
Served throughout the Zulu war of 1879, and commanded the cavalry in the engagements at Zlobaue Mountain 
and Kauibula; conducted the reconnaissanco before Ulundi, and was present in the engagement at Ulundi 
(-' 'lal times mentioned in despatches, thanked in general Orders, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Aide de Camp to the 
',' ■ I, Victoria Cross, CMG., Medal with Clasp). Served in the Boer war of 1881 as Chief of the Staff to Sir 
' >i Wood with the local rank of Major General. Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 in charge of the lutelli- 
i^ : ■ Department, and was present in the action ut Kassasin (9th September), and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir 
(mentioned in despatches, KCMG., Medal with Clasp, ana 3rd Class of the Osmanieh). 

i=* Colonel B. L. Forster served as Aide de Camp to Major General Pratt during the New Zealand warof i85o-6i 
(mentioned iu despatches. Brevet of Major, and Medal) . 

i^-" Colonel C. H. E. Greeme served in the Indian mutiny campaign of 1857-59 sis Interpreter to the 2ud Batt. 
Rifle Brigade, and as Assistant Commissary General to Sir Hope Grant's and Sii' Alfred Horsford's Divisions, and 
was present at the final siege of Lucknow (mentioned iu despatches, Medal with Clasp). 

1^5 ColonelW L Pemberton seived with the 60th Rifles m India duimg the mutiny, and was severely wounded, 
with loss ot two fangeis of left hand at C i-nupore on the "7111 Nov 1857 (Medal) Served m the Zulu war of 1879 
and commanded one ot the two divisions ot the c jluiuu i used tor theielief of Ekowe, and v\ is piebcnt at the action 
of Gingindhlovu md relief ot Ekon e (CB , Mec'al w ith CI is) ) 

1^7 Colonel H T Mil ui enelmtlie Vsh n ti 74 is t =!i ecnl =!ei\ic^ OCficei (Mec'alj. 

i3» Colonel G 1 W 1 \ 1 1 lit ot Delhi (severely 

wounded), mil 1 \ards present in the 

actions of B 1 n under Lord Clyde, 

affair ot the ^i h two Clasps). 

133 Colonel ; ( J e due lie ei \ c 1 nitl the i tl 1 li ml 

1*1 Colonel D R B uues sei \ ed m a Local Bitt tli on m the Iv s present in several 

Bngagements md iccompamed the expedition into the iamb Orange River Sove- 

reignty from •^.ug lb 1 to Jul\ 1852 with the Detichment 4otl I ( I s, I■^ed with the r4th 

Regiment in the ^eu Ze lUnd -nai of i860 61 (Med il) 

n-^ Colonel b. D. bmitb sei\ cd with the 93th Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Ahna 
and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol, and sortie on 26th Oct.— wounded in the head in the Trenches 17th Oct. (Medal 
ivith three I'lasps, aud Turkish Medal). Served in 1858 at the siege and capture of Awah and Kotah, battle of Koca 
:a Sorai, general action resulting iu the capture of Gwalior, and recapture of the fortress of Chandarce in May 
Medal with Clasp). 



59 War Services of the Colonels. 

"' Colonel E. Harnett served with the nth Hussars in the Crimea from 14th July 1855, including the battle of 
Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish iledal). 

'** Colonel Wadeson served with the 75th Regiment in the Indian campaigrn of 1857 from the outbreak on 12th 
May, including the battle of Budleekeserai, sioge operations before Delhi and repulse of sorties on 12th and 15th 
June, and of night atfcicks on the Camp on 19th and 2 rd June, and 14th and i8th Julj^, storming (severelj' wounded) 
and capture of Delhi (Medal with Clasp, and Victoria Cross). 

'*' ColoMcl K. T. Sh U'ner was at the taking of t'le forts of Leehean and Tirhol in Oude in June 1858 (Medal). 

'■"* Colonel R. D. Barrett served m the Pjastem campaisu of 1854 and part of 1855 with the 19th Regiment, 
including the affair of Bulganac, battle of Alma, capture of Balaklava, battle of Tnkerman, and siege of Sebas- 
topol — wounde'l (vledal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

1*7 Colonel J. Byron served in the 34th Regiment at the s-iesje o- Sebastopol in 1854. and was wounded and taken 
prisoner in a sortie by the Russians on the night of the 20th December (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal), 
Served in the Indiau c-irnpaign in 1857 58, including actiou.s at Cawnporo under 'Windham, siege and capture of 
Lucknow, and reliel of Azimghur (Medal «ith Clasp) 

'■•* Colonel E. A. C .lliijt. ^erved with the 26th Camerouians in the Abyssinian campaign in 1868 (Medal). 

'*" Colonel W. Blackett served with the 98th Regiment in the Pcshiwur ExpeditiouHry Force on the Euzofzie 
Frontier under Sir Sydi.ey Cotton in April and May 1858, and at the aJair with the Hindostauee fanatics on the 
Heights ot Sittana on the 4th May (Medal wiih Clasps). 

1^" Colonel H. B. Kcilden served with the 38th Regiment in the Eastern campaign of 1S54. and up to July 1855, 
including the baitle of Alma and siege of Sebastopol— wounded (Medal with two Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

'51 Colonel Hon. R. H. de Montmorency served with the 33rd Regiment in the Crimea in 1855, includiog the siege 
and fall of Sebastopol and attack of the Redan on the 8th Sept. iMedal with Clasp, Sardinian and Turkish 
Medals). Commanded a Detachment of the 33rd against the rebels, and alter the death of the senior Officer 
commanded the Dohud Field Force in suppressing the insurgent Bheels in the Rewa Kanta, Guzerat. Served 
with a Wing of the Regiment at the siege and occupation 01 Dwarka, Okamundel. Served in the Abyssinian 
campaign o: 1867-68 (Medal). 

'" Colonel W. Arbuthnot served with the Rifle Brigade in the Indian campaign in 1857-58. including the siege 
and capture of Lucknow and some of the minor aflfairs o'' the canipaign (Medal with Clasp). Served in the 
•Vbyssinian campaign as Aide de Camp and Assistant Military Secretary to Lord Napier, and was present at 
the capture 01 Magdala (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

'" Colonel W. S. Elles served with the 38th Regt. in the Crimea in 1854-55, including the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol, the attack and occupation of the Cemetery on the 18th June (Medal with Clasp, Knight of the I/Cgion 
of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign from Nov. 1857, including the battle of Cawnpore 
and defeat of the (iwalior Contingent on 6th Dec. 1S57, capture of Meeangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, 
affairs of Barree and Nuggur (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Hazara campaign of 1868 and accompanied the 
expedition to the Black Mountain under Major General VVdde as Dcijuty Assistant Adjutant General (Medal with 
Clasp). 

1" Colonel F. E. Sotheby served with the Rifle Brigade in the Crimea from the nth Aug. 1855, including the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol and storming of the Redan on the 8th September (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served 
with the 2nd Battalion throughout the whole of its service in the suppression of the Indian mutiny, including the 
capture of Lucknow, and numerous aSairs during the Oude campaign ( Medal with Clasp) . Served throughout the 
campaijinof i86oin China, terminating with the surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). Embarked for the Gold 
Coast with the 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade, and served throughout thesecond phase of the Ashanti war, in 1874, includ- 
ing the battle of Amoaful, battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie (Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

155 Colonel R. Bennett served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Adjutant of the 6ji'd Regiment, and was present 
at the battles of Alma, B.ilaklava, and Inkerman (severely wounded and horse shot), and siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal with lom- Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

156 Colonel E. A. Staart served at the siege of Sebastopol from 22nd April until severely womided on 7th June 
1855 (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Tu kish Medal). Served the campaign of i860 in China, 
including ihe taking of Sinho and TangKu, occupation of rieutsia, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

1" Colonel F. Morley served with the Buffs in the campaign of 186 < in China, and was present at ihe action of 
Sinho, and taking CI Tangku and the inner Taku Fort (.\I..-dal wlrh Clasp). Also throughout the operations in 
Perak in 1875-76, including the attack on the camp at Quaila Kaugsa, and the e.xpedition against the village r.f 
Eunror. Comn anded an independent force of the Buffs h,t d ist Goorlias on the le't bank of the Perak river on 
20th Januari' 1876 which captured a stockade, two guns, and 'wo war gongs (Medal with Clasp). 

'58 Colonel J. ci Hand seri/ed with the 82nd Regiment in the Ciimca irom the 2nd Sept. 1855, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastojiol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish .Medal). Served also m the N.W. Provinces in India in 
suppressing the mui.iny in 1857-58, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, defence of Cawnpore and 
dei'eit of the Gvvalior Conti'igenc. action of Kal^ Nuddee, an 1 occupatio'n of Futtehghur ; served with the Royal 
Artillery at the actioQ of Khankur during the Rohilcami campaign, defence of the Jail of Shahjehanpore, atfairs 
of Mahomdee and Shahabad, and action of Bunkagaon (Medal with Clasp). Served with the i?t Sikh Cavalry in 
command of a Squadron throughout the campaign in China in i860, including the action of Sinho, capture of 
Tangku, capture of the Takoo Forts, actions at Chunkiawhan and Tongchow, destruction of the Emperor's Palace, 
and surrender of Pekin Medal with two Clasps). Served throughout the Abyssinian campaign in 1868, attached 
to the Head Quarters Staff as Director to the Highland Transport Train, and was present at the stormmg and 
capture of Magdala (twice thanked by Lord Napier, mentioned in despatchns. Brevet of Major, and Medal). 

'^' 1,'olonel J. E. D. Hill served with the g7th Regt. in the Crimea from the 29th July 1855, including the siege 
and fail of Sebastopol, and was one of the lieutenants of the ladder paity at the attack of the Redan on 8 th Sept., on 
wnich occasion he was wounded in the left hip, and mentioned in despatches for " distinguished conduct" (Medal 
with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

'■"' Colonel C. F. Gregorie served with the 23r 1 Fusiliers in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1857-58 as Adjutant 
of the 23rd Fusiliers, and was present at the relief of Lucknow and also at its subsequent capture (Medal with two 

'"' Colonel W. E. Marsland served with the ist Dragoon Guards in the campaign of i860 in China, and was 
euga','ed at Sinho, presentat the fall of the Taku Forts, and engaged in the actions ot the i8th and 21st September, 
al.-io ill the advance on Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

"" Colonel Jas. Gunier served with the ist Dragoon Guards in the Crimean campaign from 16th Aug. 1855, 
including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with CUisp, and 'furkish Medal). Served also in the campaign 
of i860 in China; was engaged at Smho, presentat the fall of Ihe Taku Forts, and engaged in the aooiuua o;' i8th 
and 2ist September, also in the advance on Pekin iMedal with two Clisps). 

i«^ Colonel John Fryer commanded the Carabiniers throughout the Afghan war of 1S79-80. On the 13th January 
i88o. in command of a force of Royal Horse Artillery and Cavalry, he repulsed with heavy loss a large body of 
Mohniuuds at Ali Boghan. Commanded the Cavalry in the expeditions under Lt.Geueral Bright to the Lughman 
Valley ann against the Wuzeeree Khugianis. On the 5th July 1880. he commanded a for^e of Carabiniers anu 4th 
bengal Cavalry at the attack and destruction of the Ghilzni vil'lage.-i of Nargozi, Aran lCh.-yl, and Jokan (CJi. Medal). 

'1^* Colonel K. R. Niven served during the second phase of tiie Ashanti war iu 1873-74 (Medall. 

'«5 (Jo.onel H. E. Glass served with the 37th Regiment in India during the mutiny of 1857-58, and was engaged 
in the attack cm ihe rebel position near Benares at Atrowlea and Koelsa, defence o Azimghur and sortie thence ; 
proceeded with Brigadier Douglas' Column in pursuit of Koer Singh, and present in the actions of i .th and 20th 
April ; also with Col mjl Turner's Column in Shahabad and Palaiuou, including the capture of Jugdesporo and 
ai t oils of 17th i8th and 20th October (Medal). 

"•'■• Colonel A. H. VVavell served with the 41st Regiment in the Crimea from nth July 1855, including the siego 
and fall of Sebastopol (Meilal with Clasp, and Turk sh Medal). 

"^' ( 'olo'icl .1. W. Barnes served as Lieut, and Adjutant in Major Hogg's Battalion of Native Infantry in the Kaffir 
war of 1B46 47 ; was pr.-seut in several engagements, accoiipaided the expedition into the Tambookie coiutry in 
August, and that over the Kie in Dec. 1846. Served with the 73rd Regiment in the Kaffir war in 1851 (iCedal). 
Served also iu the Indian nintiny cami)aigTi, including the operations iu the Gorrickpore district in 1858, and on 
tiio Neptiul roniicr in 1859 (Medal). 



Tr(f/- Services of the Colonels. 60-70 

>•* Colonel F. G. C. Probart serve'l wit.h the gstli Regiment in the Crimean campaiscn from the 24th Nov. 1854, 
including the siege and fail of Sebastojiol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Med.iidie. and Turkish Medil ). Served 
with the 54th Regiment daring the Indian mutinv— in Eastern Bong il against the Chittagong Mat neor.-!, and in 
Lord Clyde's campaign in Oude in 1858-59 (Medal). 

I'i'' Colonel T VV. Snej-d served with the 2nd Dragoon Guards in the Indian campaign in 1858-59, including the 
action ol Nusserutpore, siege and capture of Lucknow, saljsean'ent operations, and action of Koorsee (Medal with 
Clasp). 

"» Colonel R. AVhigham served with the 42nd Highlanders in theCrin-iea from 2nd Dec. 1854, including the expe- 
dition to KcTtch, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assault of the outworks on i8th June (Medal with Clasp, and 
Turkish Medal). 

"1 Colonel A, S. M. Browne sei'ved with the Scots Greys in the Crimea fnm 30th July fi i<t Sept. and from Oct. 
to Dec. 1855, including the battle of the Tchernaya, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish 
Medal). 

1" Colonel C. B. Knowles served with the 77th Rosimpnt in the Crimea from the 1 ith July 1855. iicluding the 
siege and fall of Sehastopnl, and was v,'o>md-id at the assau't of the ttedan on the 8th SepteraV]:-r (Mp In'i wirn Clasp, 
and Turkish Mc-cIhI). Commiuided the 67ih Recriment clirju hout the Afghan war of ,878 80. nnl \\,i,- iHc^eitin 
the en'jagemeiiis at I'lmrat-iab on 6th October 1879 (montioued m despa'ches) and in the opirim, - ir innd Cabul 
in Deccrnlier iS^o infludu^'- the engagement at ihe Asmai Heights on 14th December— moiitmn'il 111 .Irsiiatches 
{CB., M.mIuI wit \ nv., i-l-.s; M. 

173 e',,l,„n,i ('. Ivrl.,- -ri\-^ (1 with the 4th Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including the 
battles iC Aliii;i .1:1 11 U.I I hi' Colours) and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and as.saults of the iSth June 
•and Sth S"pt(-T]ilii r ! Mf'.liil with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

171 Colonel \V. C. Justice served with the 75th Regiment during the Indian campaign of 1857, and wr.s present 
at thesiego of Delhi from 23rd June (in command of the Light Company from 13th Sept.), storm and c.ipture of the 
city (Medal with Clasp). 

175 (JolonelB. D. Faiitlough served in the Crimean campaign from 19th Jan. to 24th Mav 1855, as Ad.pitant ot 
the 14th Regiment including the siege o*' Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, aind Turkish Medal). Served also in New 
Zealand during the « ar in 1863-66 (Medal). 

i""! Colonel W. H. Richards served with the 55th Regiment throughout the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55 uicludmg 
the battles of Alma (cariied the Colours) and Balaklava. sie^e ami fall of Sebastopol, and assaults of the Redan on 
the i8th June and 8th Sept.— wounded, and mentioned in despatches (Medal with three Clasps, 5th C.ass of the 
Medjidie, and Tui kish Medal). 

177 Colonel W. U. Knight landed with the 48th Regiment in the Crimea on the 21st April 1G55, and served at 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Turkish Medal, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

178 Colonel F. (;. Hill landed with the ■;6th Regiment in the Crimea on the 25th Aug. 1855, served in the trenches 
at the siege of Sebastopol, and was present at the final assault (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served 
also in India during the mutiny in 1858. 

150 Colonel J. il. ('. Drake served in the Crimea from Nov. 1854 to May 1855, inchidinR the siege of Sebastopol 
(Medal with Clasp, Knigho of the Legion of Honor, 5 h "1 i-is o;' .h ; Vi3 Ijidie, and Turkish M;dal). 

1*1 Colonel A. T. (i. Pearse sei-ved in the Crimean campaign from July 1855, including the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 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). 

183 Colonel H. J. Alderson served thi-ouirhout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, mcluding the battles of Alma and 
Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastoiiol, in the Trenches with the siege ti-ain, and bombardments of 17th October, 
9th April, and 6th and 17th June (Jledal \\ ith three Clasps. Kiii-ht of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

'8* Coli.nel F. G. Ravenhill served in the Crimean can 1:1 '. 'r . u Aprd 18=5, includhigthe siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol, End hatt'e uf Tchernava (Meilal with Clasp, ami ' 1:111. 

185 Colonel J. F. D Donnc'lly served through mt th. I,,,- Miiiaign of 1854-55. including the battles m the 

■Crimea, siege and fall of SebastopoUMedal with Clasi^-, K 1 ,1,: .1 ihe Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

130 Colonel F. T. A. Law served in the Crimean campaign ivom June 1855, including the siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol (M. dal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). S-rved with tlie expedition to (.'h-na in i860, and was present ar, 
the actions near Tangchow. and surrender of Pekin (Med d with Clasp). Served in the Kafir war of 18 8. Served 
in the Zulu war of 1879. While commanding the Royal Artillery in South Africa he was appointed Commandant 
of the Lower Tiigela district iu Nat il -. he prepared the column for the relief of Ekowe, commanded one of the two 
divisions of the column in the relief of that place, and was present in the engagement at Gingindhlovu (mentioned 
in despatches, C8., Medal wiih Clasp). 

151 Colonel M. F. Downes sei-ved in the Crimean campaign from May to August 1855, including the siege of 
Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

192 Colonel F. G. E. Warren served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord 
•Clyde, battle of Camipore 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 Bar'rcc and Simree ; passage of the Goomtee at Sultanpore, taking of Fort Rehora, and attack on Koelee (com- 
manded the Artillery) ; also served in the Trans-Gogra campaign, including action of Cherodra, and taking of the 
Fort of Mudjedia— commanded the Mortar Battery (three times mentioned in despatches. Medal with two Clasps). 
Served at Umbeyla 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. 

193 Colonel L. L. Brett si rved again-t the King of Quiah, Western Africa, and commanded a detachment of the 
and West India Rei,'imeat at Songo when attacked by the enemy in great force, and whom he repulsed on 21st 
Dec. 1S61. He has received the Silver Medal of the Royal Humane Socieiy for saving two persons Irom drown- 
ing, at New Qi;a \ , ( ornwall, on the 14th August 1867. Served in the Ashanti war, in 1873-74, including the action 
of Essaman (Hrevct of Major, Medal). 

19* Colonel W. D R. Thaekweh serve! with the 39th Regiment in the Crimea from 31st Dec. 1854, including the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol, and attacks of the iSch June and 8th September (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of thj 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

'96 Colonel Thomas Gonne served with the 17th Lancers in India in 1857-59; was appointed Acting Interpreter 
to the 17th Lancers and Staff Officer to the 2nd Cavalry Column Malwa Division (mentioned in desp.-itches. Medal), 
and was present at the action of Zerapore. 

197 Colonel A. Cherry served with the 90th Light Infnntry in India from 12th Aug. 1857 until the en I of the 
rebellion, includin,T the first defence of the Alumbagh, relief of Lui'know by Lord Clyde as Adirtant to the 2nd 
Detachment Battali ^n, deience of the Alumbagh under Outram and repulse of various attacks, as.-ault and capture 
of Lucknow, and subsequent campaign in Oude (Medal with two (Jlasps. and a year's service). Served with the 
90th Light Infantry in the Gaika war of 1878, including the operations in tt.e Waterkloof and Perie Bush, and the 
engagement at T.iba Indoda (mentioned in despatches, Brevet o Lt. Colonel). Also served throughout ttie Zulu 
war ol 1879, and w .s present in the engagement at Uiundi (Mt-dal with Clasp). 

193 Colonel \V. Butler served in the 69th Regiment with the Field Force which repelled an incursion of Fenians 
into Canada in May 1870. Served throughout the Ashanti war from the 23rd October 1873, and was employed as 
Special Commi.-sioner to the Western Akims (mentioned in despatches, substantive rank oi Major, tB , Medal 
with Clasp). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General on the Head 
Quarter s Staff, and was pre.sem at the engagements of 1^1 Maglar, Tel-el-Mahuta, and Kassasm (9th September), 
and iu the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Aide de Camp to the Queen, Medal with Clasp, and 
3rd Class of the Medjidie). 



71 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



Andrew Aj^;oim,i Lt. Colonel, h.p. Royal Ai-tillery 
Thos. Edw. Kennion.^ X^CoZ. h.p. Eoyal Artillery... 
Thomas Valentine Cooke, Captain, h. p. Royal) 

Marines ; Barrack Master, Plymojtth Division ... J 

Edw. Smith Bridge's, Major, Grenadier Guards 

c. Sydney Darling,' Lt.Col. h.p. 9 Foot; A. A. ^\ 

Q.M. Gen . Dublin Recruiting District J 

H. H. D. Strace.y, Major, Scots Guards 

Hon. W. S. D. Home, Major, Grenadier Guards 

Son. H. T. Fraser, Major, Scots Guards 

Henry Trotter, Afa/or,' Grenadier Guards 

TS€ Geo. Uare Dowell, Capf„i,i, li.i.. R. Marine Ait. ) 

Adjutant 3rd Brigade We:<te,-,i Dii-ision R. Art. \ 

(Deoon Artillery Militia) ) 

Thos. Philip Graham, Major, Scots Guards 

John Arthur T. Garratt, Major, Grenadier Guards... 

Heni-y Robert Eyre, Major, Coldstream Guards 

Mon. Wm. H. P. Carinffton, Ma/or, Grenadier Gds. 

Reginald T. Thyrine, Major, Grenadier Guards 

V.'m. Julius Gascoigne, JIfaJor, Scots Guards 

John B. Sterling, Major, Coldstream Guards 

John R. W. Lord deVesci, Major, Coldstream Guards 

George Gosling, Major, h.p. Scots Guards 

Bon. Josh. C. Vann'eck, Major, Scots Guards 

Fred. Macdonald Birch, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Richard Spencer Hall, Major, Coldstreaip Guards . 
Wm. John F. Ramsden, Major, Coldstream Guards 
Hon. E. A. B. Acheson, Major, Coldstream Guards... 

Charles S. Corkran, Major, Grenadier Guards 

Edmund Leach, Major, West Kent Regt. (50 F. ) 
Barrington B. D. Campbell, J/ayor, Scots Guards... 
Hon. C. G. Gathome-Hardy, Lt. Col. h.p. Reserve > 

Depot j 

Cecil John Hubbard, Major, Grenadier Guards !!! 
Charles B. Reynardson, Capt. ^ Lt. Col. Gren. Gds 
L. J. Oliphant, Capt. <f- Lt.Col. Grenadier Guards ... 

Ralph Vivian, Major, Scots Guards 

William L. Twentyman,^ Major, h.p. 19 Hussars 
CharlesMatthewGriffith, Lt. Col. Bombay Staff Corps 
George Francis Beville, Major Bombay Staff Corps 
Hon. Francis Charles Bridgeman, Capt. <*■ Lt.Col. ) 

Scots Guards ^ 

Hon. Edw. H. Trafalgar Digby, Capt'. 4-' Lt. Col. -) 

Colds. Gds j 

Bon. Henry Wm. Lowry Corry, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. > 

Ooldst. Gds ,' 

Robert Wm. Webb Follett, Capt. 

stream Guards . 



Lt.Col. Cold- 



p.s.c. Wm.WalUngford Knollys,"* Lt.Col. h.p. 03 Foot 

William Tweedie, CSI. Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Albert Henry Godfrey, Major, h.p. Depot Batt. ) 

Adjutant 3rd Batt. S. Lancashire Regt. {4 Lanca- \ 

shire Militia) j 

p.s.c. Henry Alex. Little, ii.Coi. Bengal Staff Corps 

John Hardy, Major, h.p. 9 Lancers 

p S.C.Arthur Saunders Quill, i^CoZ. h.p. R. Cana-i 

dian Kilies j' 

Walter John Tarte, Major, h.p. Depot Battalion' ") 

Adjutant 1 Warwick Rife Volunteers j 

WiUiam Richard White, Lt.Col. Essex Re-^t. (56 F ) 
Stanley de Astel Calvert Clarke, Major, h.p. 6 Dr. | 

Guards; Equerry to B.R.B. the Prince of Wales \ 
John Malone Sexton, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 
Martin Pierce Blake, Major, 6 Dragoon Guards 
Lord Alg. Cha. Gordon-Lennox, Capt. 4- Lt.Col ^ 

Grenadier Guards 3 

Henry Fludyer, Capt. <f Lt.Col.' Scots Gu&r&s. 
Bon. Evelyn Edw. Thos. Boscawen, Capt 4 Lt.Col. ") 

Coldstream Guards j 

Herbert Francis Eaton, Capi'.'4-"Lt.Col'.'GTen. Gds . 
Wm. Edw. Montgomery, Capt. 4 Lt.Col. Scots Gds. 
Lord E. W. Pelham Clinton,i<.Co«.h.p. Rifle Brig. "> 

Groom in Waiting to the Queen ° \ 

Walter PhiUp Otway, Capt'. 4 ii.Col Coi'ds'.' Gds. " 
Charles James Cotes, Capt. 4 Lt.Col. Gren. Guards 
Hervey JuckesL. Bruce, Capt. 4 Lt.Col. Coldst. Gds. 
Thomas P. Co&by , Lt .Col . W. Yorkshire Regt. ( 14 F.) 
vim. Slaney Kenyon-Slaney, C'a;*^. 4 Lt.Col. Gr.Gds. 
Henry Miller, Capt. h.p.Mil.Train, S.O.of Pensioners 
Wdham Garrow Waterfleld, CSI. Lt.Col. Bengal ) 

Staff Corps c 

Amelius R. M. Lockwood, Capi'.'^-'xi.'CoI CoidO 

stream Guards i 

Frederick Peter Luard, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Henry Glover Puckle, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps ..: 
Alexander Temple Cox, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Archibald (J. Douglas Logan, Lt.Col. Madras S. C 
Sidney Herbert Williams, Lt.CnI. Madras Staff C 
p.s.c. Hon. E. H. Primrose, Vapt.,\- IJ.fnI. Cicii. Gds, 
Mildiuav Willson Willsou, Capt d- LLC,,:. Scots Gds, 
Alexamler Tl«oiT.is"!l .Kfid, Lt.Col. Hnmbay Staff c! 



CORNET, 

2nd LIEUT. 

ENSIGN. 



9 June 43 
I June 42 



7 July 42 
30 May 43 



LIEUT. 
COLONEL. 



3 July 45 27 Apr. 58, 

3 July 45 II June 57 19 Jan. 



27 July 47,19 Dec. 54 
4 Apr. 56 31 Aug. 60 
4 July 45 1 29 Dec. 48 

Us Nov. 56 '15 June 60 

21 Sept. 60! 23 Jime 63 

o Sept. 58 24 June 59112 June 63 



5 Nov. 61 
:S Jan. 62 



4 Apr. 54 
25 May 60 



3 Nov. 54 
26 Oct. 60 



[I Mar. 59 

3 June 54 

4 Sept. 55 



II July 65 30 June 69 
23 Mar. 66 23 Mar. 68 
20 July 66: 2 Sept. 68 
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22 Oct. so 

20 Jan. 57 

8 Feb. 50 

16 Mar. 55 
26 Feb. 58 

21 Nov. 51 

S July 5S 
5 Dec. 56 

3 Aug. 55 
5 Nov. 54 

23 Mar. 60 
II Jan. 67 



!5 Feb. 62 
!3 Nov. 52 



3 Oct. 5! 



12 Oct. 52 
9 Dec. 52 
10 Dec. 52 
12 Dec. 52 
12 Dec. 52 



20 Dec. 52 



16 Oct. 66 
22 Sept. 59 

4 Apr. 65 

6 May 67 
21 June 66 

7 Aug. 67 
20 Nov. 67 

6 Feb. 66 
20 July 66 



15 Sept. 
31 Aug. 



[8 May 63 
29 Mar. 65 



r7 Sept.6: 



4 Oct. 62 

6 Oct. 51 

19 Aug. 62 
2Q May 63 

i Jan. 61 

4 June 64 

3 Oct. 62 
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22 June 63 14 Aug. 66 
10 July 63 26 June 66 

I Dec. 63 26 June 66 
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29 May 63' 18 Jan. 67] 

28 Oct. 64 8 May 67 j 

16 May 65I 23 Oct. 67! 

25 Jan. 6513 June 68: 

9 Feb. 55112 Apr. 64121 Aug. ( 
10 May 64, iS Dec. 661 

30 Dec. 64'i7 Apr. 691 

6 Feb. 661 17 Apr. 69' 

10 July 66 18 Aug. 69 

17 Oct. 66 29 Dec. 69 

29 Nov. 64 20 Aug. 68 • 

6 Oct. 60 29 Mar. 64 15 Aug. ( 

23 Nov. 56 8 June 66 15 Aug. ( 

4 Jan. s8j 4 Sept. 67 15 Aug. ( 



58 3 Aug. 69 

9 Oct. 69 

I Apr. 70 

4 Feb. 71 
15 Feb. 71 

30 Aug. 71 

31 Oct. 71 



73 Apr. 72 



July I 



Feb. 69 



S Nov. 50 6 Nov. 54I27 Dec. 68 
30 Apr. 58J20 Jan. 69I21 Jan. 69 

4 Apr. 5i'2i May 58124 Mar. 69 



29 May 57 1 14 Oct. 68 31 Mar. 
13 May 59I 3 Dec. 6i|i9 May 



31 Aug. 55'i7 May 61:29 May 69 
13 July 58 27 Sept. 61 II Apr. 70 
30 Nov. 60 I Apr. 70 '12 Oct. 70 
25 Jan. 56 14 June 59 4 Feb. 71 
9 Mar. 55 13 Sept. 61, 20 May 71 
17 May 61 1 I Feb. 68 31 Oct. 71 

29 May 67 J 23 Mar. 70 

29 May 66J 7 July 69 

22 July 66 5 Mar. 70 

29 May 67; 9 Apr. 70 

27 June 66 5 Mar. 70 

8 Dec. 54 1 I Sept.s7 5 July 7 

30 Mar. 70 

8 June7ol 

30 Mar. 70' 

24 July 57 8 May 

10 July 70' 

1 Feb. 56 23 May 




! May 6s 



:7 July 72 
7 July 72 
14 Aug. 72 

4 Dec. 72 
.5 Mar. 73 
25 June 73 

5 July 73 
5 Apr. 74 
7 June 74 25 Oct. 82 

_oOct. 74 

66 23 June 75 

7 Aug. 75 

1 Sept. 75 

18 Dec. 75! 

19 Jan. 76! 

2 Feb. 76 
17 May 76' 

12 Aug. 76,13 Oct. 82 
27 Sept.76J 
27Sept.76| 

9 Dec. 761 
30 June 77! 
II July 77! 13 Apr. 81 
II July 77, 
II July 77 

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5 Sept. 77 

29 Sepc.77 

29 Sept. 77 j 

Oct. 77 j 

Oct. 77 



: Jan. 79 



14 Aug. 66 
7 Aug. 67 

22 Nov. 64 
II Aug. 54 
20 Nov. 67 

2 Feb. 55 

23 Nov. 56 

II Dec. 66118 May 70! 
30 Nov. S3 13 Feb. 62 12 Oct. 

I Nov. 58' 9 Dec. 64 9 Dec. 

22 Oct. 56I10DUC. 64 10 Dec. 

15 Dec. 53J12 Dec. 64 12 Dec. 

23 Nov. 56 12 Dec. 64 12 Dec. 
II Apr. 68 21 Aug. 70 

3Aug.66: 3Sept.7o' 

30 Oct. 5420 Dec. 64 20 Dec. 



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I 8 Sept. 78 

72' 2 Oct. 78 

3 Oct. 64' 3 Oct. 72 3 Oct. 78 

5 Oct. 78 

,2' 12 Oct. 78 

72 9 Dec. 78 

7, to Dec. 78 

2' 12 Dec. 78 



I Oct. 77124 Mar. 69 

I Oct. 77! 

I Oct. 77|i6Feb. 78 

I Oct. 77 29 May 69 

I Oct. 77 ,1 Apr. 70 

I Oct. 77I 

I Oct. 77 j 5 Oct. 78 

I Oct. 77 

I Oct. 77 

I Oct. 77 
19 Dec. 77 
16 Feb. 78 
I z Mar. 7^ 
i 2 Apr. 7*^ 
'20 Apr. 78 
, 4 June 78 
|2i Aug. 78 
|24 Aug. 78 



I,. 



72 20 



Dec. 78 
Dec. 78 
Dec. 78 
Dec. 7a 



Dec. 80 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



72 



William Henry Ross, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps ... 
James William Hope Johnstone, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C, 

John Lampen, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

John Charles Hay, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

c. Wm. Paterson, Maj. h.p. 63 F. Prof. B. M. College 
Frederick Augustus Howes, Lt.Col. R. Engineers ., 
Wm. Egerton Todd, Capt. h.p. 81 F., Staff Officer) 

of Pensioners J 

Ambrose Marshall Cardow, t■"y■^ h.p. Depot Batt.,j 

S. O. of Pensioners S 

William Thomas Baker, Li Cul. Siitlblk Regt. (12 P.) 

^.s.e.WilsoneBlack.isC'ii. if. Co/. h.p. S.Wales Bor-') 

derers(24 F); Assist. Adj. <Si-Qr. Mr. Gen NovaScotiaS 

John MacdonaldLeith,Ci(. Lt.Col. Cameron High- \ 

landers (79 Foot) i 

Charles Henry Br,.ivDu, Lf.CoI. W. Kent Regt (97 F.) 

David James Welsh, Ll.CuK Royal Artillery 

John Stewart, Lf.Col. R^yal Artillery 

Edward Lindsay Hawkins, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery... 
Wm. Bentinck (Jumberland, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

John Ritchie, Lt.Col. Royal ArtilleiT 

Charles Hunter, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

George Balfour Traill,''i<.Co;.h.p.RoyalArtinery ; > 

A. A. 4- q. M. Gen. Ireland j 

Christopher Hewetson Barnes, Lt.Col. R. Artillery... 

Thomas Porter Berthon, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Philip Hanmer Harooiu-t, Lt.Col. Royal Ai'tillery .. 

Minto Elliot, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

James Gavin Lindsay, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Christopher Edward Newport, i^ Co/. Royal Artillery 
John Underwood Batem-i^i-<'li'i'ni.niii,ii.Co/.R.Eng. 

William Htnry Burtii!!, /,' ' ' i; -.il Engineers 

Robert Charles Boilf.-i > i' :. . - , /./.Co/. R. Bng. 

Robert Home, i/. to/ : . ;ii i.n . i;iuers 

William Jeffreys, Lt.Cui. liuyal iii^uieers 

Brownlow Hugh Matucw, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

David Ward, Lt.Col. Royal Engiaeers 

Edward Parry Gambier, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 

Robert Roche Franks, it. Col. Royal Artillery 

Rawson Aislabie, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Charles Gilbert Robinson, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 

Ewen Henry Davidson Macphers'u,i<. Co/. Argyll \ 
and Sutherland Highlanders (93 Foot) j 

Horace Percival, Lt.Col. Royal Aidllery 

Howell Locke Jones, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

George Edward Fryer, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps... 

George Briggs, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps, 

Arthur TuUoch, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Tredway Geurnc Clarke, LI. Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Andrew D. Gcciai s, Lt.Cul. luuiskilling Fus. (27 P.) 

2(.s.c. ColvilU' l^.i!i!-:iii i /..'.('u/. Dublin Fus.(io3F.) 

Joseph Alex. >'ii ' , ' ' ' i West India Regiment 

Frederick Prcv li . ;■ .,!i, it.Co/. Bombay S. C. 

Leopold J. Y. ^^ .-c.uiuiL, Lapt. 4- Lt.Col. Scots Gds. 

Archibald Achesuu J utaisou, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C- 

John Douglas Johnstone,ii. Co/. Sussex Regt,(io7F.) 

Inigo Kichmuud Jones, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Scots Gds. 

Ai-thur Charles Wellesley, Lt.Col. Grenadier Gds. ... 

Sir Charles William Wilson, KCUG. CB. Lt.Col. 1 
Royal Engineers J 

Henry James Haydock, Lt.Col. Welsh Regt. (41 F.) 

George Luck, CB. Lt.Col. 15 Hussars 

Ambrose Ayshford Goddard, Cu^/. if-i<.Co/.Gren.Gds, 

Edward Christian Griffin, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery .. 

Charles John Anderson, Lt. Col. Bombay Staff Corps 

Edmund Antrobus, Cupt. 6c Lt.Col. Grenadier Gds. 

Horace Ricardo, Capt. 4- Lt. Col. Grenadier Guards 

Richard FitzGerald, Lt.Col. Welsh Regt. (69 Foot).. 

Frederick Ley, Lt.Col. Royal Marines 

ps.c. John Duncan, i/. Co/. Dublin Fusiliers (102 P, 

Charles Robert Rowley, Capt. cf- Lt.Col. Gren. Gds. 

Peter Edward Hill, Lt. Col. Royal Artillery 

Francis Knatchbull,i«ii.Co/.h. J). Norfolk 'Ke!,'t.(o F 

Edward Donald Malcolm, CB. JJ.Cul. U. Kirj-uwrvs 



20 Dec. 52 28 Dec. 54 

Dec. 52 23 Nov. 56 

20 Dec. 52 23 Nov. 56 

Dec. 52 23 Nov. 56 

1 Dec. 46 13 Oct. 51 
Q Mar. 55 27 Apr. 58 



LIEUT. 



[ Ma.y 47| 7 Mar. 51 
July 53 23 Sept. 54 



20 Dec. 64 
20 Dec. 64 
20 Dec. 64 
20 Dec. 64 
25 Mar. 56 
30 Apr. 63 
9 Apr. 56 
27 June 56 



I Aug. 54 

7 Mar. 54 

Aug. 54 



MAJOn. 



20 Dec. 72 
20 Dec. 72 
20 Dec. 72 
20 Deo. 72 

5 Jiiiy 72 

5 J'li.y 7= 

5 July 72 

5 July 72 
5 July 72 

s July 72 



9 Feb. 55 9 Ji*n. 57 
6 Oct. 54 15 May 57! 5 July 72 
Dec. 54 



May 57 1 5 July 72 
.3 June 51 30 May 57 28 July 60 5 July yc 
-.2 Dec. 51 8 June 57 18 Feb. 61 5 July T 
■.1 Dec. 51 25 June 57 18 Feb. 615 July 72 



June 52 4 July 57 18 Feb. 61 
[I June 53 27 Apr. 58 18 Feb. 61 
[2 June 52 26 July 57 29 Apr. 61 1 
9 Deo. 52 27 July 57 23 Aug. 61 
9 Dec. 52 24 Aug. 57 I Oct. 61 
9 Dec. 53 27 Apr. 58 ^4 Dec. 61 
9 Dec. 53 21 Aug. 58 ^i Oct. 62 
II June 53 8 Sept. 57 8 Feb. 63 

2 Aug. 55 27 Apr. 5» 29 June 63 
9 Dec. 54 27 Aug. 58. I July 63 

II June S3 13 July 57 I Sept. 63 

7 Aug. 55 II May 58 i Sept. 63 
II June 53 II Aug. 57 13 Oct. 63 
II June 53 20 Aug. 57 29 Feb. 64 

8 June 54 30 Sept. 57 31 Aug. 64 

8 June 55 27 Apr. 58 24 Oct. 64 
7 Sept. 54! I Oct. 57 17 Jan. 65 

7 Aug. 55 '27 Apr. 58 14 Apr. 65 

9 Dec. 53 28 Sept. 57 7 Oct. 63 

8 June 54 28 Sept.57 II Nov. 63 

8 June 54 5 Oct. 57 13 Jan. 64 

3 Nov. 54; Q Feb. 55 13 May 59 
22 June 53 12 Mar. 54 i Apr. 60 

9 Dec. 54 I Jan. 58 i July 64 
20 Jan. 53 30 Aug. 53 20 .Ian. 65 

o Jan. 53 6 Oct. 55 20 Jan. 65 
o Jan. 53 10 May 57 20 Jan. 65 
6 Jan. 53 23 Nov. 56 26 Jan. 65 

6 June 54 7 Sept.55 16 J 

7 Sept. 56 



20 Dec. 78 
20 Dec. 78 
20 Dec. 78 
20 Dec. 78 
30 Dec. 78 

30 Dec. 78 

31 Dec. 78 

31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78; 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Deo. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 



5 July 72^31 Deo. 78 



5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 July 72 

s 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 
I Aug. 7 



Dec. 78 
Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Deo. 78 
31 Doc 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. * 
31 Dec. 



25 Feb. 82 



4 Apr. 



31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Deo. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
Aug. 72|3i Deo. 78 
Aug. 72 31 Deo. 78 
Jan. 79 



5 July 72; 
5 July 72 
I Aug. 72 
20 Jan. 73 
20 Jan. 73 
Jan. 73 



I Jan. 79 
16 Jan. 79 
20 Jan. 79 
20 Jan. 79 
20 Jan. 79 
26 Jan. 73J26 Jan. 79 
Oct. 73 29 Jan. 79 



, .. .^__.^ Aug. 58 I Feb. 63I22 May 75 29 Jan. 79 
7 Dec. 55 20 Aug. 57 31 Aug. 6q{27 Sept. 76 29 Jan. 79 
o Feb. 53'23 Nov. 56 20 Feb. 65I20 Feb. 73 20 Feb. 79 

|:i Deo. 6624 Sept.70 24 Feb. 79 

.4 Mar. 53'23 Nov.56|r4Mar. 65Ji4Mar. 73I14 Mar. 79 
27 Oct. 54! 9 Feb. 55 22 Jan. 62 28 Apr. 75,15 Mar. 79 

'18 Dec. 66 4 Feb. 71 lisMar.79 

13 June 68 15 Feb. 71 | 5 Apr. 79 

24 Sept.55 20 Jtme64 23 May 73119 Apr. 79 
20 Feb. 55;i3 Nov. 57' 5 July 72 27 Apr. 79 
20 Dec. 59! 9 Nov. 67 2'Mar. 78!2y Apr. 79 



6 Dec. 53 
6 Apr. 58 



16 Sept.b8|22 Mar. 

9 Dee. 54' 8 Jan. 58 15 July 64' i Aug. 72 
20 May S3 19 Deo. 5520 May 65 20 May 73 

I18 Feb. 69117 May 71, 

[17 Apr. 69 17 May 71 1 

t8 Sept. 46 10 Nov. 48117 Nov. S7| 5 July 72 
27 Deo. 52 



Philip Crampton Rynd, Lt.C,<l . XWwsaX Si:ii1 

James Galloway, CB. Lt.Col. IjmuiIkii Si.i;!' ..i-, •- jj -j .. .- •-, 

Henry TantteldVachell, i/. Co/. UuyalAiLillL'ry y Uuo. 5427 Aug. 58, i Sept. 63 5 July 72 18 June 79 

Charles John Pearse, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 120 June 53123 Oct. 55,20 June 65 20 June 73I20 June 79 



54I 2 Apr. 63I I Oct. 77 

Sept. 56 10 Sept. 57 22 Jan. 68,24 Feb. 77 

19 May 69; 9 Sept.711 

22 June 53 17 June 54' i Aisr. 60 5 July 72 

^ Dec. St 6 June 54' 17 Nov. 57' 5 July 72 

/; Oct. 54 16 Dec. 54 I Apr. 6r 5 July 72 
11 .1 line 53 23 Nov. 56 II June 65 
53 23 Nov. 56 1 1 June 6 



5 May 79 
i£ May 79 
20 May 79 
24 May 79 
24 May 79 
4 June 79 
4 Juno 79 
7 June 79 

7 June 79 

8 June 79 
II June 79 
II June 79 

Juue73''ii June 7 y 
June73lii June 79 



p.s.c. Alexander Cuningham Bruce, CB. Lt.Col. t 

ArgyU-aud Sutherlaud Highlanders (91 Foot) ... j 

John Frederick Sanders, Lt.Col. Royal Marines 

Francis Edward Edwards Wilson, CB. Lt.Col. York > 

and Lancaster Regt. (84 Fool) j 

Charles John Moorsom, Major, E. Lancashire Regt. } 

(30 Foot) j 

Arthur Kennedy Rideout, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 
Alfred William Adcook, Lt.Col. Bedfordshire Regt. ') 

(16 Foot) j 

Charles Bulkeley Nurse, Lt.Col. Royal Marines 

Charles Tucker, CB. Lt.Col. S. Staft'ordshire Regt. > 

(80 Foot) ) 

Charles Patrick Stokes, Lt.Col. Lancaster Regt. (4 P.) 
Wdliam Walker Pemberton, Lt.Col. Madras S. C. ... 
Frederick John Castle, i/. Co/. West Riding Regt. 7 

(33 Foot) „ J 



8 June S2[i7 Mar. 54^31 Aug. 58: 5 July 72 21 June79 
17 Dec. 52iiQ Apr. 54 123 Apr. 63 i Oct. 77 21 June 79 
7 Nov. 57 I Oct. 58 18 Apr. 65 15 Aug. 77 24 June 79 



21 July 54 
21 Deo. 53 

17 Dec. 52: 4 May 55 
2 Aug. 53 31 July 54 
23N0V. 55'23 Oct. 57 
14 July 54 '20 Deo. 54 
13 July S3 -' Jiily 54 
30 Mar. 49' 7 Mar. 51 



Nov. 54! 4 Dec. 571 5 July 72 
June 54 I Apr. 60 S July 72 
[7 Nov. 63 22 June 74 
3 July 63' I Oct. 77 
8 May 6oj 9 Dec. 72 
8 Jan. 58; 5 July 72 
3 July 65 13 July 73 
6 Ma.r. 58 5 July 72 



27 June 79 
27 June 79 
2 July 79 
5 July 79 
9 July 79 
II July 79 
13 July 79 
23 July 79 



73 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



CORNET, 

2nd LIEUT. 

ENSIGN. 



3JC William Georjre Ciiliitt, Lt.Col. 
Isaac Ketcheii, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

William Hill, X^Co<. Madras Staff Corps 

James Clenhane Minto, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps... 
Henry M. de \V Douglas, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Charles James Hope-Jolmstone, Lt.Col. R. Artillery 
Chirles James Jennings, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 



26 July 53 



12 June 57 27 Aug. 58 



19 Aug. 53 



2y Aug. 53 23 Nov. 56 



Francis Eteson.!'-* Lt.Col. 



Adjutant Geiieriil, 



neng^ 



p. 3 Foot; Assistant} 



Benjamin Geale Huvadcy, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 
Gregory Colrjuh oun Granr. Lt.Cd. Bengal Staff C.... 
Cnailes .rttines Home, Xi. Co/. Bedfordshire Regt. > 

(16F.) J 

Patrick: David Boyle, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Gren. Guards 
Moi-et(m John Wheatley, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 

Donald Macdonald, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

John Bartiemau, Lt.Col. Beugal Staff Corps 

Auliroy Harvty Tucker, Lt.Col. Durham Lt. Inf. } 

(6SF.) 3 

Edward Coysgarne Sim, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 
Edward Ridley C.Bradford, CSI. Lt.Col. Madras S.C. 

l/C John Worthy Chaplin, Lt.Col 8 Hussars 

Francis George c-avage Curtis, Lt.Col. 6 Dragoons .. 
Cecil M-Pherson, Lt.Col. Leicestershire Regt. (17 F.) 

Charles Watson Wilson, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

George Edward L. S. Sanford, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
Charles Smith Maclean, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 

Harry C. P. Rice, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Ale.>;. Herman Adam Gordon, Major, York and ) 

Lancaster Regt ( 

Charles Edward Stewart, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corp> 
HenryCharlesB. Tanner, if. Co/.Bombay Staff Coipf 
Frederick John Keen, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Henry Francis Blair, Major, Royal Engineers 

Benjamin Williams, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Henry Collett, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corns 

Bobert Byng P. P. Campbell, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. ... 

Hon. Alexander Stewart, Major. Royal Artillery 

Robert Adam Wauchope, Lt. Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Alfred FitzHut;h, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
"£€ George Nicolas Channer, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C 

Edward Alexander Wood, if . CoZ. 10 Hussars 

Hamilton Chapman. Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps ... 

George Stewart, if. Co/. Bengal Staff Corps 

Frederick Thomas Humfrey, Lt.Col. Bombay S. C... 
f.» c. George Hatchell, Lt.Col. King's Royal Rifles > 

(60 Foot) ' j- 

Arthur Power Palmer, Major, Bengal Staff Corps ... 

Sidney Parry, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Alexander Sim. Major, Royal Eugineers .. 

p.s.c. George Upton Prior, Lt.Col. R >yal Scots 

William Galbraith.^^if Col. h.p. Shropshire Lt. Inf. > 

(8s F.) ; Assist. Adj. Jr Qi: Mr. Gen. Ireland > 

William Maxwell Campbell, Major, Royal Engineers 
Alexander George Ross, Major, Bengal Staff Corps. 
Thomas Maynard Hazlerigg, Major, Royal Artillery 
Charles Lorrain Woodraffe, Major, Bengal Staff C. 
Wilhelm Luckhardt. CB. Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Beresford Lovett, CSI. Major, Royal Engineers 

p.s.c. Charles Walker Robinson, Jfa/or, Rifle Brigade 

John Cecil Russell, if. Co/. 12 Lancers 

p.s.c. William Li.-ston Dalrymple, if. Co/. Connaugtit 1 

Rangers (88 Foot) 3 

William Mathevv Dunbar, Lt.Col. h.p. 24 Foot ;«<;)(- ) 

lleman at Arms ^ 

p.s.c: Samuel Bouldersou, Lt.Col. 17 Lancers 

Frederick Swaine Le Grice, Major, Royal Artillery 
Augustus Charles Twentyman, Lt.Col. Lancaster/ 

Regt. (4 Koot) s 

j).s.c. Eaward Lutwyche England, Lt.Col. Somer- ) 

set Light Infantry (13 Foot) j 

ITC William Knox Leet, if. Co/. Somerset Light) 

Infantry (13 Foot) j 

p.i.c. Harcourt Mortimer Bengough,^' Lt.Col. h.p } 

Middlesex Regt. (77 V); Assist.' Adj. Gen. ifadrai ) 

Charles John Moys^ey, Major, Royal Engineers 

John Fletcher O.veu. Afa/or, Royal Art'Uery 

p.t.v. Albert L. Walker, Lt.Col. Wiltshire Regt. (^9 P.) 
p.s.c. Cornelius Francis Clerv, ''^Jfu/or, h.p. 32Foot; > 

A. A. 4r <i- M. den. Egypt '. j 

p.s.c. Matthew Wm. Edwlird Gosset, Major, Dorset- ) 

Bhire Regt. (54 Foot) ' ) 

Frederick Uairmgton, CM(r. Major, South Wales ) 

Borderers (24 Foot) ] 

John Moore Guruell Tongue, Lt.Col. South Wales / 

Borderers (24 Foot) j 

Richara Hull Lewis, Captain, h.p. 20 F. S.O. of Pent. 

Alfred James Wake, if. Co/. Riyal Artillery 

Alex. Henry Ditvidsoa. Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

James Sconce, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps I 

Henry Archibald Mallock, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps| 
George Lodwick Warden, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C... I 
WUham Popham Dicken, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps[ 

Thomas Weldon. U.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Woulfe Hay, Lt.Col. Madras Staff ('orps ' 



Dec. 53 

Sept. 53 

6 Aug. 47 

21 Dec. 53 

4 Oct. 53 

27 Feb. 58 
16 Sept.68 
!o Dec. 54 
20 Oct. 53 
?o Oct. 53 
3 Sept. 53 
loDec. 54 
3 Nov. 53 
3 Apr. 58 
Dec. 54 



16 Sept. 51 6 June 54 9 Mar. 58 5 July 72 
21 Dec. 53 I July 54 i Apr. 60 5 July 72 



LIEUT. 



23 Nov. 56 



26 July 65 
!4 Mar. 65 



duiie 57,27 jvug. 50 :!4 jj-ar. U5 
Aug. 53 23 Nov. 56I15 Aug. 65 



4 Apr. 54 
8 June 54 
4 Aug. 54 
:3.lnne56 
27 Sept. 54 
a June 55 
4 Sept.55 

4 Oct. 55 
7 De •• 55 
4 Sept. 59 
16 July 58 
15 July 5' 



9 Sept.55 'Q Aug. 6 



_ June 54 
I Feb. 58 

5 Apr. 52 
iS June 54 

6 Dec. 56 
31 May 59 

9 Oct. 69 
13 Jan. 55 
1 8 Jan. 56 
31 May 57 

6 Nov 54 

13 Jan. 55 

N .V. 55 



29 Aug. 65 
I Apr. 60 
10 Sept. 65 
5 Mar. 58 
I Apr. 60 
4 Oct. 65 
31 Jan. 65 
28 Oct. 71 
18 Dec. 61 
I Jan. 62 
20 Oct. 65 
26 Oct 62 
31 Dec. 6i 
3 Nov. 6; 



6 June 54 9 Mar 
July 54 I Apr. __ 

,oOci. 5^ 8 Feb. 65 

Dec 53 23 Nov. 56} 14 Dec. 65 
Dec. 53 23 Nov. 56 20 Dec. 65 



20 Nov 60 5 Apr. 64 
1 Sept. 5 



Sept. 60 5 Aug. 64 

May 55 
Aug. 58 
June 57 



to Dec. 73 



MAJOR. 

>6 July 73 
I Aug. 72 
15 Aug. 73 
■9 Aug. 73 
!9 Aug. 73 
5 July 72 
to Sept. 73I 
5 July 72, 

5 July 72 

4 Oct. 73J 
10 Oct. 74 

5 July 72 
20 Oct. 73 
20 Oct. 73 

3 Nov. 75 

5 July 72 

r3 Nov. 73 
:5Se,.t.7 
5 July T2 
5 July 72 



„ Dec. 73 
4 Dec 73 
!o Dec. 73 
I Apr. 74 

:4 Apr. 66|r4 Apr. 74 
2 Jan. 63I 8 June 74 



26 Sept 
22 Oct. 55 
20 Feb. 57 



Sept. 56 I Sept. 57 



, Aug. 74 
■9 Aug. 74 
•■7 Sept.74 
8 June 75 
4'Sept. 75 



27 Aug. 58 21 Mar. 6g 
19 May 57 27 Sept. 66 
27 June 57 8 June 67 
2 Sept. 57 4 Sept. 67 
21 June 56 6 July 67 
17 Feb. 57 4 Oct. 67 , "^^. /J 
23 Nov. 56 7 Dec. 67 7 Dec. 75 
25 May 61 4 Sept. 71 12 Apr 76 
30 Sept. 59 13 July 67 31 May 76 
23 Nov. 56 15 July 68 15 July 76 
Sept. 57 20 Sept. 68 20 Si'pt.76 
Mar. 64 26 Sept.6S:26 Sept. 76 
27 Sept. 57 24 Jan. 65129 Nov. 76 
30 Apr. 58 20 Feb. 69120 Feb. 77 
15 Miiy 57 30 Sept. 68 J26 June 77 
to Dec. 58! 15 Oct. 70 17 Aug. 77 
19 Aug. 62123 Aug. 64 I Oct. 77 
25 Apr. 65 ! 1 Oct. 77 
18 Dec. 69I I Oct. 77 
4 Nov. 691 4 Mov. 77 
23 Sept. 71 10 Ayr. 78 
i8 June 70:28 June 78 
Sept. 71 127 Sept 78 



4 July 60 

I June 55 30 Nov. 55 
ti June 5 ^ 2; Aug. 58 

4 Nov. 57 12 Dec. 5 J 

U3 ^ec. 5- 

28 June 5 22 Oct. 58 

bo July 62 

ti June 58I27 Aug. 58 
27 Nov. 57J23 Mar. 60 
18 Sept. 60! 16 Aug. 64 
17 July 63! 9 July 68 

5 Jan. 55j23Mar. 55 
20 Nov. 56,23 Jan. .57 

I Oct. 57 



26 July 

2 Aug. 
15 Aug. 

19 Aug. 
29 Aug 
10 Sept. 

10 Sept. 
18 Sept. 

4 Oct. 
4 Oct. 
zo Oct. 

11 Oct. 
t2 Oct. 

20 Oct. 
20 Oct. 
29 Oct. 

3 Nov. 

13 Nov. 

14 Nov. 
Nov 
Nov 

.. Nov. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 

22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 
22 Nov. 



WHEN 
PLACED OM 
HALF PAT. 



79 
79 
79 
79 
79 
79 
79 28 Mar. 



2 Jan. 71 31 Dec. 78 
7 May 70! I Apr. 74 
!8 May 70 j 1 Apr. 74 
28 Oct. 71 j I Apr. 74 



! Nov. 
- 22 Nov. 
■ 22 Nov. 

22 Nov. 

22 Nov. 

22 Nov. 

22 Nov. 

29 Nov, 

ig Nov. 

29 Nov. 



2 Sept. 62 

[7 Nov. 63, 

13 Jan. 69 .'is Aug 



Nov. 74 
Mar. 76 



!i Dec. 5s!i5 June 581 9 Oct. 63 i Oct. 77 
6 July 55I 7 Apr. 58, 8 Jan. 64I i Oct. 77 
4 July 55 I Feb. 56 4 Nov. 64] i Oct. 77 



Mar. 55 



8 Dec. 57 
5 Mar. 50 

8 July 56 



I Feb. 56 
3 Oct. 55 



30 Dec. 641 I Oct. 77 

2 Sept. 67 1 I Oct. 77 

I Dec. ngj i Oct. 77 

20 Oct. 65 1 8 Feb. 78 



I Oct. 57 
I Oct. 57 
14 Feb. 80 
3 June 59 16 Jan. 66' 20 Mar. 78 



I i 
31 Aug. 58 17 Apr. 67 It Nov. 78 

4 May 64J13 Feb. 67 16 Feb. 78 n Nov. 78 

J4 Feb. 57|t6 Apr. 58129 Aug. 66 23 Jan. 79 

29 Dec. 46| 3 Mar. 48 26 Mar. 58 5 July 72 

9 Dec. 54' 13 Feb. 58 i Sept. 64' i Aug. 72 

8 June 55 15 Feb. 58 i Jan. 65 i Aug. 72 

9 Dec. 53 23 Sept.571 3 Apr. 63 9 Dec. 73 
9 Dec. S3 25 Sept. 57 24 June 63 g Dec. 73 
9 Djc. 53! 9 Nov. 55 9 Dec. 65 g Dec. 73 
9 Dec. 53J23 Nov. s6| 9 Dec. 65 g Dec. 73 
9 Dec. 53]23 Nov. 56 9 Dec. 65 9 Dec. 73 

ro Doc. si'3° Apr. 56 10 Dec. 65 10 Dec. 73 



30 Sept.82 



4 Sept. So 



I Apr. 8: 



>9 Nov. 7g 
2g Nov. 79 
29 Nov. 79 
29 Nov. 79 

Nov. 79 
29 Nov. 79 
29 Nov. 79 

29 Nov. 79 
29 Nov. 79 
29 Nov. 79 

29 Nov. 79' 20 Mar. 78 

( 
29 Nov. 79i 

29 Nov. 79 



29 Nov. 79 
8 Dtc. 79 
8 Dec. 79 

8 Dec. 79 

9 Dec. -9 
9 Dec. 79 
9 Dec. 79 
9 Occ. 79 
9 Deo. 79 

10 Dec. 79 



Lieuteiiutd Colonel fi. 



Francis Frederick Rowcroft, Li. Col. Beujral S. 

Harry De Brett. Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Thomas Obbard. Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Charles Walker Street. Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps... 
George Shepherd Stevens. Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C. 
William R. M. Holroyd. Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
John Germain Watts^ Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corp.s .. 
Henry Ibbetsou Lugard, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Robert Andrews Cole. Lt. Col. Madras Staff Corps ... 
James Keating Clubley, Lt. Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Percy G. L. Smith. Lt.Col. Royal Eugineers 

James M. H. Maitland, CB. Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
Henry L. A. Totteuh>tm, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
George Perceval Beamish, Major, Worcestershire > 

Regt. (36 Foot) 3 

Thomas Edmond Strong, LA. Col. Bombay Staff C. ... 
George Fergus Graham, Xf. Co/. Bengal Staff Corps.. 
Alexander Copland, Cli. Lt.Cul. Bengal Staff Corps. . 
Daniel Wilson Laiighton, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Edward W. Saunders, Lt.Col. \V. Yorkshire Re^t. > 

(i4Foot) "....J 

/j.s.e. Charles Edmund Webljfr, CH. I.tJnl. H. Eug.... 

CornwaUis Henry Chichester, .1/"/",-. ^ L.iicers 

Philip FitzRoy, Major, Northumberbiiid Fus. (5 P.) 

Hamilton Smithett, Lt.Col. Royal Artillerj- 

Fred. James Hicks, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Robert Sianwi.x Robertson, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C... 
Hervey Morris S. Clarke, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Georse Robertsim Heunessy, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 
Montague Charles Perreau. Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C... 
Sir Oliver B.C.St.Johu, KCSL.Major, RoyaiEngincers 

Arthur Battye, Cli. Major, Bengal S'aff Corps 

Charles Henry Plowdcn, Lf. Co?. Madras Staff Corps. 
George Shaw'Butler Hewetson, LA..C0I. Madras S. C. 
JuUus Middleton Boyd, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 
Harry Dawkins E. W. Chester, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C . 

James Bltck Roid, H.Coi. Madras Staff Corps 

John Gure Campbell, Lt.Cul. Munster Fus. (104 Foot) 
John McDermid Allardice, Lt.Col. W. Riding Regt. } 

(76 Foot) 3 

Frederic Chenevi.x-Trench, Lt.Col. 20 Hussars 

Montague Browne, Captain, h.p. 24 Foot, S. O. of) 

Pensioners i 

Jauies Nicholas B. Hewett,i<.Co?.BengKl Staff Corps 
Thomas Thomson Simpson, Lt.Col. North Stafford- > 

shire Regt. (98 Foot) > 

Julius Barras, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 

Thomas Nicholls Walker, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Charles Hallyburton Grace, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C 
John Pennock Campbell, Lt.Col. E. Laocashire ) 

Regt. (30 Foot) i 

William Lowry Auchinleck, Lt.Col. Manchester) 

Regt. (6j Foot) j 

Henry Tristram O'Reilly, X?. Co/. Madras Staff Corps 
Alfred Augustus Davidson, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C... 
George Ward Chicheley Plowden, X^.Coi. Bengal S.C 
Francis Eilward Hallidav, Lt.Col. Royal MarineArt. 
Barnes Slytield Robinson, Lt.Col. Irish Fus. (89 F.). 

Uar ThoniHS Cadell. Lt Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Edward Abbot Anderson, Lt.Col. h.p. 18 Foot 

Henry Augustus Bushman, CB. Major, 9 Lancers . 
George Uenrv Cochrane, X/. Co/. Liverpool Regt.) 

18 Foot) ..'. i 

John James S. O'Neill, X'. Co/. Lancashire Fus.' 20F.) 
Hon. Alexander Wm. Fred Fracer, Master of\ 

Saltoun, Copt. 4" J.i.Col. Grenadier Guards S 

John Leslie .M.ioie, C„,,tab,, h.p. 34 F. Staff) 

Officer of Tel SI., 11. Ts J 

James Miin;iv .-^tratcin, 1. 1. <'',!. North Lancashire^ 

Regt. (47 Foot) J 

William Hodnett Rowland, Lt.Col. The Border') 

Regt. (^q Foot) J 

William Stewart Richardson, CB. Xf. Co/. Duke of ) 

Cornwall's Light Infantry (46 Foot) i 

Charles Edward .Nairne. CU. Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Henry Wilson GorJon, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps... 
James Richard K. Tredennick, Lt. Col. Middlesex ) 

Regt. (57 Foot) i 

Francis Walter de Winton, CMG. Lt.Col. Royal Art 
Brymer Francis Schreiber, CB. Lt.Col. Royal Art 

Michael Tweedie,X/.Co/. Royal Artillery 

Bernard Cracrofi, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Forster Longfield,=^X/. Co/. h.p.Liverpool Regt.(8 F.) 
Edward Birch, Lt.Col. Devonshire Regt. (11 Foot) 

George Farquhar Kaye, Lt.Col. 21 Hussars 

Andrew Alfred Le Me-urier, Lt.Col. Liverpool Regt. 

Hugh Chichester, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Kennett G. Henderson, Lt.Col. King's Royal Rifles ■) 

(60 Foot) 3 



COKNKT, 

andi.iEUT. 

O rENS IGN. 

10 Dec 5 s 

10 Dec. 53 

Dec. 5.^ 

Dec. 5; 

10 Dec. 53 

o Dec. 5" 

o Dec. 53 

4 Dec 

4 Dec 

4 Dec 

8 Feb. 55 



II Apr. 54117 July 54 
II Apr. 54 13 Sept.54 
II Apr. 54:21 Sept.54 
15 May 54121 Feb. 57 
15 Jau. 56! I Aug s6| 
24 Feb. 54 I May 5, 



May 66 

[9 Jime 72 

I Apr. 60 

I Apr. 60 

9 Apr. 60 

15 May 66 

24 Sept. 58 

. .., '7 Sept.6i 

20 Oct. 55J20 Nov. 56130 July 62 

19 Jan. 5517 Aug. 55] 5 Oct. 58 

73 June 56 27 Apr. 58 24 Mar. 65 

23 Apr. 55 6 May 56 30 June 63 27 Mar. 74 
S July 62I31 Jan. 65 13 June 68 14 June 76 

William John Bell, X/. Co/. Madras Staff Corps 8 June 54' 13 Apr. ■;7l 8 June 66 8 June 74 

John Campbell Gunning, i/. Co/ Madras Staff Corps! 9 .Tune 54 23 Nov. 561 9 June 66 9 June 74 
Herbert Mills Repton, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps ...9 June 54 30 May 57] 9 June 66 9 June 74 
Gieorge Rowlandson, Xf. Co/. Madras Staff Corps ^ ^ • 1 , ..1 » 



John Spiut Tait. Lt.Col. h.p. 12 Lancerf 

)/. Madras Staff Corps 



23 Nov. 56' 10 Dec. 65 10 Dec. 73 10 Dec. 

23 Nov. 56 10 Dec. 65 10 Dee. 7 ; to Dec, 
3 Nov. 56J10 Dec. 65 10 Dec. 73 10 Dec. 79 
3 Nov. 56 10 Dec. 65' 10 liec. 73 lo Dec. 79 

Dec. 56^10 Dec. esiioUec. 73 10 Dec. 79 
8 June 57 10 Dec. 65'ioDec. 73jioDec. 79 

7 Aug. 57! 10 Dec. 65lioDec. 73 10 Dec. 79 

1 Jan. 56|i4Dec. 651 14 Dec. 731 14 Dec. 

3 Nov. 56,14 Dec. 65li4Dec. 7j|t4Dec. 79 

8 Apr. 57|i4Dec. 65 14 Dec. 73 14 Dec. 79 
Apr. 55 I Apr. 6^j 5 July 72:20 Dec. 79 



o Dec. 53 

3 June 54 

4 Jan. 54 
14 Jan. 54 

,Tan. 
14 Jan. 54 
Mar. 54 



8 Feb. 53 
6 Oct. 
8 June 55 
I Feb. 
4 Feb. 54 
4 Feb, 



12 Dec. 56 
6 Jan 

14 Feb. 54 
20 Feb. 54 
2G Feb. 54 
20 Feb. 54 
20 Feb. 54 
20 Aug. 53 

20 Feb. 55 
20 Jan. 57 
19 Nov. 47 
4 Mar. 54 
30 June 57 
14 Mir. 
14 Mar. 54 

14 Mar. 54 

13 May 53 
29 Dec. 

24 Mar. 54 

1 Apr. 54 
4 Apr. 54 

27 Dec. 5 
17 Dec. 5: 
17 Apr. 54 

15 Nov. 50 
9 Nov. 58 

2 Aug. 48 
6 June 



tlKUT. 



CAPTAIX. 



COLO.VKL. 



WHEIf 
PLA.CBD 0» 
H.VLP PAT. 



20 Apr. 55 
23 Nov. 56 
ro Nov. 54 

2 Dec. 58 
I Sept. 55 

23 Nov. 56 
23 Nov. 56 

29 Dec. 54 

20 Apr. 55 
II Aug. 54 

4 Sept. 57 

21 Apr. 58 
20 June 57 
23 Nov. 56 

3 Oct. 57 
II Dec. 57 

30 Apr. 58 
27Aug.5E 

22 Jan. 58 
7 Oct. 57 

14 Sept 

23 Nov. 56 
23 Nov. 56 
1 1 July.- 

9 Nov. 55 

25 Jan. 56 
30 Apr. 58 

6 June 5 
9 Sept. 56 

26 Aug. 59 

7 Mar. 55 
23 Nov. 56 
23 Nov. 56 

6 Nov. 

30 Deo. 59 
25 Oct. 57 
10 Sept. 56 
23 Nov. 56 
14 Mar. 54 

8 Dec. 54 
23 Nov. 56 

6 June 54 
30 June 63 
13 Dec. 
29 Dec. 
29 Dec. 69 
13 Sept. S3 

9 Mar. 55 
29 Oct. 52 

9 Feb. 55 



17 Sept.50 

3 Nov. 54 

2 Aug 
23 Nov. 52 

7 Dec. 55 '27 Apr. 58124 Mar. 6; 
6 May 54 23 Nov. 56 
22 May 63 23 Mar. 67 



5 July 72|2oDec. 79 
Dec. 73 20 Dec. 79 
Mar. 58 5 July 72 1 i Jan. 80 
4 Jan. 66 4 Jan. 74 4 Jan 
4 Jan. 66 14 Jan. 7414 Jan. 80 
4 Jan. 661 14 Jan. 74,14 Jan 
4 Jan. 66|i4 Jan. 74 14 Jan. 80 



26 Mar. 58 5 Julj- 72 
I Apr. 62 5 July 72 
7 Apr. 58! 5 Jub' 72 

13 Apr. 58 5 July 72 
24 Mar. 6,25 Sept. 72 

I Feb. 66! I Feb. 74 
4 Feb. 66 4 Feb. 74 
4 Feb. 66, 4 Feb. 74 
4 J'eb. 66 4 Feb. 74 
4 Feb. 661 4 Feb. 74 
10 Nov. 69I29 Aug. 76 
6 Jan. 6qI 6 Jan. 77 

14 Feb. 66! 14 Feb. 74 
20 Feb. 66|2o Feb. 74 
20 Feb. 66|2oFeb. 

20 Feb. 66|2o Feb. 74 
20 Feb. 66! 20 Feb. 



30 July 62 
I July 64 

7 Dec. 67 
17 Apr. 58 

4 Mar. 66 

5 Aug. 64 

20 Feb. 66 
14 Mar. 6b 
14 Mar. 66 
30 Apr. 58 

12 July 64 

24 Mar. 66 
1 Apr. 66 

6 May 65 

8 Oct. 63 

9 May 58 
17 Apr. 66 
14 May 58 

9 Mar. 7- 

21 May 58 
3 June 58 

3 Feb. 72 

4 June 58 

25 June 58 

23 July 58 

24 Aug. 58 



25 Feb. 75 
I Oct. 77 
7 June 79 
5 July 72 
4 Mar. 
9 Aug. 73 
4 Mar. 74 

14 Mar. 74 
. Mar 

; July 72 

: Oct. 77 

24 Mar. 74 

I Apr. 74 

4 Apr. 74 
I Oct. 77 

5 July 72 
7 Apr. 74 

5 July 7 

7 June 79 
5 July 7 
S July 7 



S July 72 
S July 7 
5 July 72 

5 July 72 
2 Nov. 72 

6 May 74 
23 Jan. 78 



16 Jan. 80 

24 Jan. 

25 Jan. 80 
30 Jan 

I Feb. 80 
I Feb. 80 
4 Feb. So 
4 Feb. K 
4 Feb. 8 
4 Feb. 8 
4 Feb. 8 

II Feb. 80 

14 Feb. 80 

20 Feb 

20 Feb. 80 

20 Feb. 80 

20 Feb. 

25 Feb. 

25 Feb. 80 

25 Feb. 80 

26 Feb. 8c 
4 Mar. 

6 Mar. 
14 Mar. 80 
14 Mar. 80 
14 Mar. 80 



18 Mar. 80 

24 Mar. 80 
I Apr. 80 

4 Apr. 80 

5 Apr. 80 
12 Apr. 80 
17 Apr. 80 

19 .'Vpr. 80 
21 Apr. 80 

25 Apr. 80 
29 Apr. 80 
29 Apr. 80 

I May 80 
I May 80 
I May 80 
I May 80 
I May 80 

6 May 
8 May 

5 July 72 12 May 80 
5 July 72 12 May 80 
5 July 72I12 May 
5 May 74' 15 May 80 
5 July 72 19 May 80 
I Nov. 74 19 May 

29 July 76 19 May 80 
5 July 72'25 May 80 

23 Nov. 72 26 May 80 



9 June 541 7 June 57 9June66j 9 June 74 9 J 



5 June 80 
5 June 

8 June 

9 June 80 
9 .Tune 80 

uae 3o 



30 Nov. 81 



75 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



I CORNET, 
211(1 LIEUT. 
OrENSlGN. 



Frederick Wheeler, Lt.Col. Bengai Staff Corps 

John Wm.C. Henderson, Lf.Col. Madras Statt Corps 
Emerick Streatfeild Berkeley, Lf.Col. Madras S. C. 

AVm L N Kiiy vett, Lf.Col. iladras Staff Corps 

Stc-phen\Vni.B.SheiTaau,X^Co/. Madras Staff Corps 

Barnnrd Hu^^hes Preston, Lf.Col. Madras Staff C... lo June 54 

Frederick Brown Boone, X<.Co?.Madras Staff Coitjs 10 June 54 

John Upperion, CB. Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps^ 10 June 54 

UOr HaJison C. T. Jarrett, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. ... 10 June 54 

Georo-e Murray, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Heni^v AYood, Lt.Col. Rifle Brigade ..^.... 

Colin Mackenzie, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Edward M. Beadon, Lt.Col. Shropshire Lt. Inf 

Francis Barker Montague, Lt.Col. h.p. 4 Hus.=ars .. 
Edwin J. Oldfield, ^fajor, Northumberland Fus. ) 

William Raymond Liuellvn','x^! Co/'. Rnyal Artillery 
Arthur Evelyn Frier. Lt.Col. W. Kent Regt. (50 F.) 
Frederick Gasper le Grand, Lt.Col. Royal Marmes... 
Fred. Lee Hopkinson Lyon,2* Major h.p. R- Art ... 
Richard Can-uthers Budd. Lt.Col. Madras btaff C. 
Henry CoUingwood Vibart, ii.CoZ. Norfolk Regt. ) 

Georse°Cha'riesGirardo't,','i'<-C'o2. Durham Lt. inf. / 
(106 Poor) .* 

Hugh M-C'almont, Major, 7 Hussars 

Sir Wrn. Gordon Gordon- Gumming, Bart. Capt. # | 
Lf.Col. Scots Guards J 

Heniy Blakeney Hay ward, Lt.Col. Derbyshire) 

AVm Wheler Hume. Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Samuel James Graham, CB. Lt.Col. Royal Marmet 

Ralph Leeke, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Grenadier Guards 

John Thomas Leishman, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 
John Newbold WUson, Lf.Col. Madras StaH Corps... 

Oswald Menzies, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Wm Gordon Trevor, Lf.Col. Bombay Staff Corps ... 
Stapleton Penny, Lf.Col. Royal Artillery .............. 

Charle.^ M. Stockwell, CB. Lt.Col. Seaforth / 

Highlanders (72 Foot). ..^....^^ ) 

John Whaley Watson, Lt.Col. Bombay StaffCorps... 
Edw Daniel H. Vibart, Lt. Col. Bengal StaffCorps. . . 
Wm Puget La Touche, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 
Freritrick Gustavus Burnaby, Lt.Col. Royal 1 

Horse Guards •-••,;;•;; ^ 

William Stoddart. Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Francis Edmund West, it. CoL Madras Staff Corps.. 
James William 0'Dowda,Xi. Co/. Bengal StaffCorps 
WilUam Stafford Bailey, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Edward Robert Festing, Lt.Col. Royal Bngmeers ... 
George Watts Stookley, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 
Francis Brodigan, Lt. Col. Gloucestershire Regt. } 

28 Foot) -••••••: ■ "■•• ^^ 

Montagu Hall. Major, Munster Fusiliers (loi Foot) 

John Ashton Papillon, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Aug Frederick De Butts Dixon, Major, W. York-j 

shire Regt. (14 Foot)........... .....^....... i 

James Sturgeon Hamilton Algar, 3Iajor, King s | 

Ro\al Rifles (60 Foot) i 

Fred "George Baylay, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

St GeorgeCaulfeild.Xi. Co/. Madras Staff Corps ... 
Robert Hoskvns Phelips, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C... 

Henry John Thornton, Lt.Col. Royal ArtiUery 

Joseph Dates Travers, Major, Leicestershire Regt. \ 

(iTFoot) ^ 

Charles John Cramer Roberts, Lt.Col. Norfolk > 

George Forbes, X/'. Co/! Seaforth Higliiianders (y's P.) 
Robert. Conolly Martin.^s Major, h.p. 19 Foot 
>'oel Hamlyn Harris, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery . 
UC Edward Talbot Thackeray, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
JohTi OrmsbvVandeleur.Xi. Co/. Sussex Regt. (35 F.) 
William George Martin, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 
Philip Henry Sandilands, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Fred Horace Arthur Seymour, Lt. Col. Rifle Brigade 
Charles Pulteney Forbes, Lf.Col. Leinster Regt.) 

Thomas Wm.FwcoKiii Coke, Capt.4- Xf.Co/. Scots Gds 
Richmond Houghton, Lt.Col. Madras StaffCorps .. 

Aylmer Vivian, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffCorps 

Alexander M'Goun, Lt.Col. Madras StaffCorps 

Frederick Donnelly Ha-rington, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C 

Thomas Lowndes, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Bryan Wm. Broughton, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Charles Wm. Yonge, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps ... 
Robert Elphinstone Boyle, Lf.Col. Bengal Staff' C... 
John Ficton-Warlow, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps ... 

George Tyndall, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

MaUbew'H. Hale, Lt.Col. Scottish Rifles (26F.) 

Denzil Hammill, CB. £<.Co/. Gordon Highlanders) 

(75 F.) S 

Bichard Abraham Manners, Lt.Col. Royal Scots] 

(i Foot) i 

Edmund J'aunce, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Charles Wm. Campbell, Lt.Col. Bengal Stafl' Corps 



9 June 54I 15 June 57 
9 June 54 31'Mar. 58 
10 June 54 IS Jan. 56 
10 June 54|23 ^'ov. 56 
10 June 54 23 Nov. 56 



23 Nov. 56 



CAPTAIN'. 



9 June 66 
9 June 66 
10 June 66 
10 June 66 
10 June 66 
10 June 66 



I Dec. 56! 10 June 66 

9 July 57 lo June 66 

27 Aug. 57 10 June 66 

10 June 54|29 June 58 10 June 66 

12 May 53 22 Sept.54 5 Aug. 59 

20 June 54J 15 Sept. 56 20 June 66 

12 Mar. 53] 2 Mar. 55 g Oct. 63 

26 Feb. 56' 13 Apr. 58 14 Sept.67 

31 Aug. 55 6 Oct. 57: 4 Feb. 59 

Apr. 54 28 Sept.54' 4ilay 60 

Oct. 53 6 Nov. 5411 Feb. 59 

. Mar. 54I I Mar. 55! 5 Nov. 64 

23 June 52' 17 Feb. 54! i Apr. 59 

20 July 54 20 Oct. 56 20 July 66 

18 Aug. 54] 12 Jan. 55 15 Apr. 59 

12 Aug. 59 I Jan. 62 ti Sept 

23 June 65' 27 Julj' 66 29 May 69 

[25 Dec. 67 17 May 7 

8 July 56 24 Aug. 5I 



5 Aug. 54' 1 Feb. 57 
loMar. 54; I Mar. 55 

1 23 Mar. 70 

8 June 55 27 Aug. 58 
:o Aug. 54' 10 July 56 
16 Aug. 54 27 June 57 
II Aug. 54 27 Nov. 57 
.2 Jime 57:27 Aug. 58 



14 June 64 
5 Aug. 66 
5 Nov. 64 
7 Feb. 72 
■g Feb. 64 

20 Aug, 

26 Aug. 66 
Aug. 66 

20 Apr. 65 
Apr, 




9 June 74 9 June So 

9 June 74' g June 80 
10 June 74 10 .Tune 80 
10 June 74,10 .Tune 80 
10 June 74 10 June 80 
ro June 74 10 June 80 
10 June 74 in Jun 
10 June 74,10 Jnn 
10 June 74 10 June 80 
10 June 74 j 10 June 

5 July 72|i4 JuneSo 
20 June 74 1 20 June 80 
10 June 74 21 June 80: 
13 Sept. 79 21 June 801 i Oct. 81 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



5 July 72 
5 July 72 
5 .ruiy 72I 
Oct. 77, 



July 80 j 
July Sol 
July 80 
. July 80 



5 July 72 14 July 80 
20 July 74' 20 July 80 

5 July 72121 July 80 

3T Oct. 77 21 July 80 

30N0V. 78 24 July 80 

[28 July 80 

4 Aug. 80 

5 Aug. 80 

6 Aug. 80 
I 7 Aug. 80 

I Aug. 72 17 Aug. 80 
20 Aug. 74 20 Aug. 80 
26Aug. 74i26 Aug.! 



24 June 77 



Aug. 74 
Aug. 



15 Aug. 77 
4 Sept. 74^ 



Aug. 80 
Sept. 80 
Sept. 80 
Sept. 80 



4 uoj;u. /<i 4 oept.oo 

4 Sept.74| 4 Sept. 80 
6 Sept.74| 6 Sept." 



, July 79 j 
Sept.74| 



Sept. 80; 
Sept.? 



12 Sept.74 12 Sept.8ol 
12 Sept.74li2 Sept.8c| 
ig Sept. 74, 19 Sept.8o| 
5 July 72 22Sept.8ol 
5 July 72 22 Sept. 80! 
27 June 74 22 Sept.So 



18 Dec. 75 
5 July 72 

5 July 72 



!2 Sept. 80 
!4 Sept. 80} 
5 Oct. 



9 Oct. 80 
2 Oct. 80 



10 Mar. 75 
5 July 72 

20 Oct. 74^20 Oct. 
I Oct. 66 20 Oct. 74 20 Oct. 80 
2 Nov. 72J27 Oct 
5 July 72131 Oct. 80 
5 July 72 j 5 Nov. 80 
5 July 72; 8 Nov. 80 
5 July 72;i3Nov. 80 
5 July 72:13 Nov. 80 
5 July 72 25 Nov. 80 
5 July 72I26N0V. 80: 



24 Aug. 81 



5 July 7 
5 July 7 
5 July 72 
5 Aug. 78 



26 Nov. 80 
28 Nov. 80 
I Dec. 8o| 
I Deo. 80' 

I Dec. 80I 
9 Dec. 80 
9 Dec. 80] 
9 Dec. 80 1 
10 Dec. 80 
10 Dec. 80! 
10 Dec. Sol 



9 Dec. 74 
9 Dec. 74 
9 Dec. 74 
10 Dec. 74 
10 Dec. 74 
10 Dec. 74 

10 Deo. 74I10 Dec. 80' 
Dec. 74lioDec, 
Dec. 74; 10 Dec, 



o Dec. 66'iopec. 74iioDcc. 
3 June 59 
Jan. 67 : 



5 July 7B,i5 Dec. 

I Jan. 75,18 Deo. 

5 July 72 igDec. 

Dec. 74 20 Dec. 



Dec. 66 20 Dec. 74 20 Dec. So 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



COKNET, 

2VA LIEUT. 

•ENSIGIT. 



H. Lindsay Searle, h.p. 11. Marine Ai-tillery, S.O. ) 

of Pensioners 3 

George Ritso Goodfellow, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C... 
Richard G. Charlton, Captain, h.p. 8i Foot, S.O. '^ 

of Pensioners , i 

James Browne, Li. Col. Connaught Rangers (94 Foot) 
Newton Robert Burlton, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
William Henry Mackinnon, dipt. 4r Lt.Col. Grena- '^ 

dier Gun.rds h 

"Richard Fisher Angeln, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Charles Hereford, Lt.Col. Torkshire Regt. (19 Foot) 
Son. George Aubrey Vere Berlie, dipt. 4- Lt.Col. \ 

Coldstream Guards 3 

■William Green, Lt.Col. Black Watch (42 Foot) 

John Frederick Crease, CB. Lt.Col. R. Marine Art. 
:Swinton John Browne, Lf.CnI. Bencral Staff Corps... 
John Watson M. Aiv^ - ■, ' ' ''■^' <!'""'-ir StaffC. 

William Jacob, if . r 

Elliot Seward Ostn : 1 If Corps 

Anthony Stewart, i. . ■ '^ 

Percy WiUiamPowletr. j./.i <.;. li.-ii-ai .r,u-.u;^Goi-ps 
iHenry Evelyn Coninsham, Lt.Vnl. Madias StaffC 
Montagu Povatss Rieketts, Lt.Col. Bengal StaffC. 
Hon. Richard Southwell George Stapleton Cotton, 

Lt.Col. h.p. Reserve DepC 

Lewis Blvtb Hole, /,(>.Oj'. Warwickshire Regt. (6 F.) 
James Edward Black'.vell, Lt.Col. Royal Ai-tillery 
Sir John W'lilitiiii Ciimiibell, Barf. if. Co/. Royal 



6 Ian. 55 r3 Apr. 55 9 Aug. 59 s July 72! 13 .Tan. 

20 Dec. 54 12 Dec. 56I 3 Aug. 67 i Apr. 74' 13 jan. 

.Ian. 55 23 Nov. 56I20 Jan. 67 20 .ran. 75 20 Jan. 

Jgn. 55I22 Feb. 57|2o Jan. 67520 Jan. 75^20 Jan. 

Jan. £s 31 Mar. .!58;2o Jan. 67120 Jan. 75I20 Jan. 



-;,:r, J.'.Cul. P.My:il .\rtilloiy . 

Lt.Col. Roval Euaineers 

It White, CB. Lt.Col. Gordon 

'oot) i 

rier. Major, Royal Engineers 
Burnett, Major, E. Yorkshire | 



p.s.c. Chaiics Jul 

Regc. (15 Foot) 

Heuiy De Grey Warter, Major, Royal Artillery 

Jobn'Haughton, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Hugh Pearce Pearson, Lt.Col. Suffolk Regt. (12 F.) 
Alex. John Golvin Birch, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
p.s.c. Charles Alfred Gorham, Major, Royal Artillery 
Francis William Boileau, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
James Lawson, Lt.Col. East Lancashire Regt.) 

(59 Foot) S 

Alex. Graham Owen, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
; Thompson, Major, Royal Engineers 



John Claudius Auchinleck, Major, Royal ArtUliry" 
Sir Robert Groves Sandeman, KCSI. Lf.Col. \ 

Bengal Staff Corps •■ 

Frederick Lance, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps ... 
Clement James Griffiths, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
Joseph Barnard Smith, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles Hayter, CB. Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Frederick Hammond, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps .. 

George Corrie Bird, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

John Arthur Tiliard, Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Cecil Richard CliiTord, Lt.Col. Bengal S. C. 

Henry Marsh Pratt, if.Coi.Beneal Staff Coi-ps 

Henry Bathurst Hanna, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Henry Cole Magenis, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Calder Stewart, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 
John Francis FitzGerald Cblogan, Major, Ben. S. C, 
Eu.stace Beaumont Burnaby, Lt.Col. S. York-"^ 

shire Regt. (51 Foot) J 

William Gerard Bvron, Lt.CoU King's Royal) 

Rifles {60 Foot) 3 

Charles Richard Pennington, Major, Bengal S. C. 
Wm. J. Frarapton, Lt.Col. E.Lancashire Regt. (59 F.) 
Walter Coniugham, Major, Madras Staff Corps 
Horace Moule Evans, Major, Bengal Staff Corps ... 
Howard James Barton, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 
Francis William ColUs, JkTa/o}-, Bengal Staff Corps. 
George Buckley Stevens, Jlfojoj-, Bengal Staff Corps 

John Munro Sym, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Arthur Gore Handcoc'k, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Thomas Graham, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Chichester Wm. Crookshank, Major, Bengal 1 

Staff Corps j 

Crombie Cowie, Major, Royal ArtiUery 

John Hugh Green, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Edward Swatman Reynolds, Major, Bombay [ 

Staff Corps I 

Alex. Angus Airlie Kin loch, Major, King's Royal > 

Rifles (60 Foot) ;.) 

Boyce Albert Combe, Major, lo Hussars 

Alexander Robert Badcock, CB. Major, Bengal S. C 

George Swinley, Major, Royal Artillery 

Montagu Gilbert Gerard, CB. Captain, Bengal S. C 
Gerald de Courcy Morton, Captain, Warwickshire > 

Regt. (6 Foot,) j 

William North, Captain, Ro.yal Engineers 

George Tindal Pretyman, Captain, Royal Artillery.. 
Robert Gosset Woodtliorpe, Captain, B. Engineei's.. 



) June 48 
! Dec. S4 
! Jan. SI 

) July S9 
)Dec. 54 



4 Sept.511 7 July 59J 5 July 72 21 Dec. 
23 Nov. s6;23 Dec. 66I23 Dec. 74 23 Dec. 
27 May S3 [16 Aug. 59 5 July 72126 Dec. 



4 Jan. 55 
7. Aug. 55 



LIEUT. CAPTAIN-. 



WHEN- 
PLACEDOK 
HALF PAT. 



28 Dec. 6oi 2 Oct. 66 
June 57,30 Dec. 66 

22 June 70 1 3 Aug. 72 
;3 Nov. s6 4 Jan. 67 
7 July 57 30 Dec. 59 
:4Pjpt. 681 3 May 71 
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Ziip.ufenard ( 'uh)m^h<. 



CAPTAIN. 



TuHL Edward Pembertou Leach, Captain, Royal Eng, 
Francis Coi bet Singleton, Major, Bombay Staff C. 
Francis James Caldecott, Major, Royal Artillery .. 
Charles 'Wolfran Nusem Guirmess, Lt.Col. Sea-I 

forth Highlanders (72 Foot) i 

p.t.c. Hiiah T. Jones-Vaughan.-s Major, h.p. 81 Foot 

Arthur CouoUy, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Edward Stedman, Major, Bengal Stxff Corps 

William Alexander Lawrence, Major, Bengal S. C. 

Osmond Barnes, Li. Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles Morris Mober)y, i/. Co/. Madras Staff Corps 
George Augustus "Way, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps... 
Edward Charles Ross, CSl. Lt. Col. Bombay S. C. ... 
William Moore Dickinson, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C.... 
Charles Augustus Munro, Lt Col. Bengal Staff C. ... 
Thomiis Key Guthrie, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps ... 
Robert Francis Firth, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps ... 

Oliver R. Newmarch, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles M'lnroj', Lt.Col Madras Staff Corps 

Albert O'Halloran Clay, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Robert Cotton Money, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps ... 
Charles Richard Matthews, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff^ 

Corps J 

Arthur Broadwood, Capt. f Lt.Col. Scots Guards ... 
William Butterworth Colvin, Lt. Col. City of Lon- ^ 

don Regt. (7 Foot) i 

Charles Edwaid Pi^her, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 

Joseph Gabbett, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Edward Walter Trevor, Li. Col. Bombay Staff Corps 
Henry Charles Wright, Lr.Cul. Madras Staff Corps 
Thomas Hem-y B. Brooke, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C... 
David Milne Home, Lt.Col. Royal Horse Guards ... 

Eimund Bacon Button, Z<. Co/. 1 Dragoons 

Henry C. E. Ward, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

John MacDonald Smith, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

^miliusde Vic Tupper, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Colin Campbell, C.B. Lt.Col. 7 Dragoon Guards 
John Rudge, Lt.Col, Lincolnshire Regt. (10 Foot) ... 
Francis James Rivers, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps ... 
William Cooke O'Shaughnessy, Lt.Col. Suffolk") 

Regt. (12 Foot) i 

p.s.c. Robert James Maxwell,'^' Major, h.p. Man- ] 

Chester Regt. (96 Foot) ; D. A. Q. M. General, !• 

Intelligeme Branch ) 

John Greenlaw Forbes, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 

Charles Henry Luard, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Henry Thompson, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Edw. Henry E. Kauntze, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 
William Osboi-ne Barnard, Lt.Col. Manchester) 

Regt. (96 Foot) J 

Walter Balle,i'.C->/. 11 Hussars 

John James Heywood, Lt.Col. Gloucestershire) 

Regt. (61 Foot) i 

Alfred F. P. Harcourt, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps... 
Charles Lewis Raikes, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps .. 
Augustus Marshall Phillips, Lt.Col. Bombay S. C. 

John Jacob, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

James MiUer, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

George B. Farrington, Major, Madras Staff Corps... 
William Charles Plant, Major, Madras Stafl Corps 
Edw. Lacon Ommanney, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 
Henry M B. Burlton, Jkfajor, Bengal Stafl Corps .. 

John Hunter Knox, Lt.Col. 14 Hussars 

Ernest Archibald Berger, Lt.Col. Lincolnshire) 

Regt. (10 Foot) 3 

Horace Fraficis de Lousada, X/. Co/. Madras Staff C, 

William Chisholm, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Henry Sparke Stabb, Lt.Col. Duke of Cornwall's) 

Light Infantry (32 Foot) j 

James Goldie, Lt.Col. 6 Dragoon Guards 

Montgomery Williams, i/. Co/. Leinster Regt. (100 F.) 
George Bay ley, Lt.Col. East Surrey Regt. (31 Foot) 
Fred. Coulthu'rst Elton, CB. Li. Col. Royal Artillery 

Clennell CoUingwood, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery .. 

Frederick Augustus Anley, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

William Rooke, Lt. Col. Royal Artillery 

Thomas Cuming, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Charles Edmund Southouse Scott, Lt.Col. R. Art. 

Henry Dowdeswell Pitt, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Hale Young Wortham, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Henry Bariovv Maule, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 



4 Feb. 61 
4 Mar. 55 
4 Mar. 55 

4 Mar. 55 
7 Mar. 55 

5 Mar. 55 
7 Mar. 55 

17 Mar. 55 
7 Mar. 55 
7 Mar. 55 

17 Mar. 55 

20 Mar. 55 
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20 Mar. 55 



Walter Brook Rice, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

James H. Pringle Anderson, i*. Co/. Royal Artillery 



9 Dec. 59 



20 Nov. 57 



7 Nov. 57 

8 Mar. 55 
30 Mar. 55 

4 Apr. 55 
4 Apr. 55 
4 Apr. 55 
6 May 62 
30 Mar. 60 
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2o Apr. 55 
23 Oct. 54 
14 June 55 
II Sept. 57 
4 May 55 
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8 June 55 

11 May 55 
ri May 55 
15 Apr. 56 

27 Jan. 57 
17 Aug. 54 

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30 Mar. 58 

2 Apr. 58 
20 June 55 
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29 Apr. 56 

14 July 54 

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24 Aug. 54 

23 Oct. 54 
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23 Oct. 54 
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20 Dec. 54 
20 Dec. 54 

28 Feb. 55 
28 Feb. 55 
28 Feb. 55 
28 Feb. 55 



Feb 
Henry Chamberlayne Farrell, Lt.Col. R. Artillery. ^ [28 Feb. 55 

Edward M'Laughlin, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 28 Feb. 55 

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I Feb. 55 



Arthur Stewart Hunter, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

George Adam Crawlord, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Townsend Aremberg de Moleyns, Lt.Col. R. Art. ... 

John Booth Richardson, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

■William Henry Wardell, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

"William Henry Izod, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Turner Van Straubenzee, Ci?.i<. Co/. Royal Artillery 
Henry Webster Shakerley, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery... 

Edmund Staveley, it. Co/. Royal Artillery 

Henry Edmeades, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 



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19 Aug. 62 
14 Aug. 59 
8 June 60 

19 Dec. 60 

20 Dec. 64 
23 Nov. 56 

21 Apr. 57 
14 Mar. 58 
26 July 57 
26 Apr. 58 
23 Nov. 56 
23 Nov. 56 
14 June 57 

21 July 57 

22 June 58 

23 Nov. 56 
12 Feb. 58 
30 Apr. 58 

5 May 69 

6 Aug. 59 

30 Nov. 55 
14 Dec. 55 

18 May 58 
I Mar. 57 

26 July 57 
29 Dec. 65 
3 Sept.62 
23 Nov. 56 

5 Apr. 60 

6 Dec. 54 

6 Oct. 55 

26 Oct. sS 
23 Dec. 56 

3 Aug. 55 

I Apr. 56 

27 Apr. 58 
27 Apr. 58 
26 Mar. 58 
29 Feb. 56 
21 May 58 

19 Feb. 58 

14 May 55 
23 Nov. 56 
23 Nov. 56 

7 Dec. 56 

19 June 57 
23 Sept.57 
10 Sept. 56 
23 Nov. 56 
21 Aug. 57 
23 Nov. 56 

8 Feb. 61 
18 Nov. 59 
29 May 57 
23 Nov. 56 

I Aug. 56 

15 Jan. 56 
29 Nov. 57 
15 June 55 

I Jan. 55 
6 Jan. 55 
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31 July 55 
31 July 55 



7 Nov. 62 

28 Mar. 67 
13 Nov. 66 
30 July 62 
6 July 64 
4 Apr. 67 
2 Dec. 68 

8 May 67 10 
20 Apr. 67 

20 Apr. 67 

28 June 61 

29 June 66 
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30 Sept. 5 9 



31 Dec. 78 
9 Dec. 71 

15 May 72 

14 July 69 

16 Oct. 67 
8 June 72 

19 Dec. 72 
4 Feb. 73 
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30 June 66 
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11 May 67 

18 Nov. 59 

16 Oct. 60 
29 July 62 

8 June 67 
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8 June 67 
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8 June 67 

9 June 67 
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12 June 67 
2 Oct. 66 

26 Apr. 64 

20 June 67 

25 June 67 
5 Nov. 61 

21 Feb. 60 

21 Feb. 60 
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12 Nov. 61 
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8 Jan. 62 
I Apr. 62 
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20 June 62 

16 July 62 

9 Sept. 62 

19 Oct. 62 

2 Dec. 62 
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17 Dec. 62 

20 Jan. 63 

27 Jan. 63 

22 Feb. 63 
22 Feb. 63 

9 June 63 
16 July 63 



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I I July 81 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



John Macvieai- Burn, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery] 

Stuart James Nicholson, i^Coi. Royal Artillery 

William Smith, i^Coi. Royal Artillery 

Charles Randolph Buckle, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery .. 

George Swinton, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Alfred Thomas JIander, Lt.Col.Royal Engineers .. 

Joseph Herbert Bedford, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers.. 

Walter ilardou Ducat, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Edward Heury Courtney, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Richard ilau waring F. Sandford, Lt.Col. R. Eng. 

Richard BuUeu, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

7>.«.(r. Henry Helsham Jones, Lt.Col. R., Engineers.. 

Walter Newman, Lt Col. Royal Engineers 

Arthur Tillard Storer, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Charles Clitherow Gore, Lt. Col. Irish Rifles (83 F.) 

Henry Watts Stookley, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Duncan Scott Pemberton, Lt.Col. Royal ArtiUery ... 

William Dobree Carey, Lt. Col. Royal ArtiUery 

Edward Trevor Hume, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Henry Hungerford St. Leger, Lt.Col. Cameron) 
Highlanders (/y Foot) i 

John Thomas Twigge, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

George Edmund Phipps Trent, Lt.Col. Scottish; 

Rifles (26 Foot) ) 

Reginald Gother Thorold, Lt. Col. Royal Engineers 

Edward Mitchell, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Robert Sandham, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Algernon Augustus Stewart, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 
Robert Thomas Hamond, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

John Tilly, Lt.Col. Welsh Fusiliers (23 Foot) 

Hon. Robert Villiers DiWon, Lt.Col. Royal Artilleo' 
Percy Lytton Bellamy, Lt.Col. Border Regt. (55 F.) 
Robert Murdoch Smith, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers ... 
Wm. Harris Burland, Lt.Col. Yorkshire Regt. (19 F.) 

Charles John Smith, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Ashton Milnes Brandreth, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Ralph Gi-aham Smyth, Major, Royal Engineers 

John Philip Steel, Major, Royal Engineers 

Daniel Corrie WaXker, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Herbert Locock, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Frederick Hime, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

William Keith, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

George Lane Cockborn Merewether, Major, R. Eng. 
Peyton Phelps, Major, Royal Engineers 



COENET, 
2nd LIEUT, 
or ENSIGN. 



Ferdinand Beck with Mainguy, Lt.Col. R. Engineers 
Arthur George Durnford, Lt.Col. Koyal Engineers 
Thaddeus Richard Ryan, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery .. 
Richard Lewes Dashwood, Lt. Col. East Yorkshire t 

Regt. {15 Foot) ) 

Alexander Macdonell Rawlins, Major, R. Artillery... 
Edward Eraser S. Lloyd, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers... 

Henry Robert Mead, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Smalley, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Darley Crozier, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers .. 
Henry Spencer Palmer, Lt. Col. Royal Engineers 

Robert Barton, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Robert Owen Jones, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Valentine Gardner Clayton, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 
Frederick James Smith, Major, Royal Engineers ... 
Thomas Freeman Dowden, Major, Royal Engineers 
Arthur Collett Nightingale, Lt.Col. Argyll and'/ 

Sutherland Highlanders (93 Foot) J 

FitzRoy Somerset Talbot, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 

Francis Duncan, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

p.n.c. John Ryder Oliver, Lt.Col. Royal Ai-tillery 

James Peattie Morgan, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Arthur Ford, i<. Cu/. Royal Artillery 

Ale.vander Walker, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Hart Dyke, Major, Royal Artillery 

Anson Swinton, Major, Royal Artillery 

Richard Sadleir, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery .-... 

William Ruxton Barlow, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Charles David Chalmers, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery ... 

Samuel Parr Lynes, Lt.Col. Royal Ajtillery 

William Merriman, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.a.e. George Kemiedy Shaw, Lt.Col. Durham ) 

Light Infcintry (106 Foot) i 

George Armand Furse,^^ Major, h.p. 42 Foot, > 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General j 

Henry Cooper Seddon, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

}i.s.c. Francis Shirley Russell, Lt.Col. i Dragoons ... 

Parry Lambert, ' Major, Royal Engineers 

John Magee M'Neile, Major, Royal Engineers 

Colin Campbell Scott Moiicrieff, CSI. Major, R.Eng. 

Keith Alexander Jopp, Major, Royal Engineers 

James Wilham Hassell, if.Co?. Royal Scots (i F.) 
Robert H. Patrick Doran, Lt.Col. West Kent; 

Regt. (50 Foot) ) 

Wm. Barclay Gordon Cleather, Lt.Col. North* 

Lancashire Regt. (47 Foot) J 

Herbert Charles Patton,X<.C'oZ. Cheshire Regt.(22F.) 

Charles Trench, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery 

Julius Dyson Dyson-Laurie, Lt.Col. The Border) 

Kotft. i^\ Foot) S 



31 July 55 

31 J11I.7 55 

31 July 55 

7 Dec. 55 27 Aug. 58 

8 June 55 27 Apr. 58 
3 Sept. 5527 Apr. 58 
7 Dec. 55 28 Aug. 58 

1 Mar. 56 27 Aug. S' 

3' July 5- 

'31 July 55 

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July 55 

Aug 55 

30 Nov. 55 2 May 56 

7 Dec. 55 27 Aug. 58 

3 June 56 27 Apr 

'31 July 55 

2 Dec. 56 27 Apr. 58 



CAPTAIN. 



18 Aug. 54 



2 Dec, 
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6 Jan. 

25 Aug. 54 

7 Dec 55 
7 Dec. 55 
7 Dec. 55 
7 Dec. 55 



3 June 56 
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2 Dec. 56 
8 May 55 

2 Dec. 57 

7 Dec. 55 

3 Juno 56 



13 June 56 
13 June 56 
10 Nov. 54 



12 Dec. 56 
12 June 57 
12 June 57 



12 Dec. 56 
22 Apr. 55 
29 Mar. 55 



6 Feb. 63 

7 Dec. 55 
3 June 56 

13 June 56 

2 Dec. 56 

3 Sept. 53 
6 June 54 

3 Oct. 54 
9 July 56 



I Dec. 54 
1 Aug. 55 

8 Sept. 54 
I Aug. 55 
I Aug. 55 
1 Aug. 55 
I Aug. 55 

27 Aug. 58 

9 Sept.55 
I Aug. 55 
7 Aug. 55 

24 Sept.55 
7 Mar. 55 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Apr. 58 
27 Apr. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
7 Apr. 56 
7 Apr. 56 
7 Apr. 56 
7 Apr. 56 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
21 June 56 
21 June 56 
27 Apr. 58 
9 Oct. 55 
27 .^ug.58 
18 Oct. 56 
27 Aug. 58 
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Dec. 56 
20 Dec. 56 
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o Dec. 56 

Dec. 56 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 

Q Mar. 55 

1 Aug. 55 
24 Sept.55 
24 Sept.55 

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24 Sept. 5; 

7 Apr. 58 
27 Apr. 58 
27 Apr. 58 
24 Sept. 55 
24 Sept. 55 
1 Oct. 55 
I Oct. 55 
7 Aug. 58 

26 Oct. 55 
9 Oct. 55 
o Dec. 56 

23 Aug. 64 
7 Aug. 58 
7 Aug. 58 
7 Aug. 58 

7 Aug. 58 

8 Dec. 54 
8 Dec. 54 



■wanN 

PLACED ON 
HALF PAY. 



I Sept. 63 
3 Oct. 63 
oOct. 63 

24 Mar. 65 
I Mar. 67 
I Mar. 67 
I Mar. 67 

to Feb. 68 
21 Sept. 62 
6 Feb. 63 

1 Apr. 63 
29 J uly 63 

2 Nov. 63 

3 Aug. 63 
20 Apr. 60 

25 Feb. 65 
24 Mar. 65 

I Mar. 64 

24 Mar. 65 

25 May 60 
9 Oct. 63 

12 June 60 
5 Dec. 63 
5 Feb. 64 
14 Apr. 64 
23 June 64 
12 June 66' 



5 July 72 
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5 July 72 
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3 Aug. 72 [ 

4 Aug. 721 
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6 Oct. 72I 
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II Dec 72 
11 Dec. 72 

2 Jan. 73 
15 Jan. 73 
15 Feb. 73 

8 Mar. 73 
Apr. 73 



9 Feb. 55 
;6 Mar. 58 
9 Dec. 55 
3 July 5 



2 Apr. 73 

2 Apr. 73 
2 Apr. 73 

1 July 60! 14 Apr. 73 
7 June 64 16 Apr. 73 

4 Aug. 60 6 May 73 

June 64^3 May 73! 

5 Sept.6o[ I June 73I 
25 Nov. 64124 Au^'. 73 

4 Mar. 68 24 An 
31 Oct. 68(24 Aug. 73 
II Oct. 68J24 Aug. 73 

4 Nov. 64' 25 A 
7 Jan. 65 25 Aug. 73 
14 Jan. 65 25 Aug. 73 

5 June 65:25 Aug. 73 

2 May 68' 25 Aug. 73 

7 June 68 25 Aug. 73 

1 Sept. 65 1 26 Aug. 73 

8 Jan. 66 1 26 Aug. 73 
4 Mar. 651 I Sept.73 

6 Nov. 60I22 Sept.73 
6 May 67 29 Oct. 73 

3 Feb. eolio Dec. 73 
12 Dec. 64I11 Dec. 73 
21 Dec. 65I11 Dec. 73 
27 Feb. 66 II Dec. 73 

4 Mar. 66: II Dec. 73 
20 Apr. 66!ii Dec. 73 

6 June 66: 1 1 Dec. 73 
6 July 66 II Dec. 73 
4 Oct. 68 11 Dec. 73 



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5 Aug. 64 17 Dec. 73 
10 Aug. 64: 4 Feb 



30 Aug. 64 4 Feb. 74 
5 Oct. 64, 4 Feb. 74 
26 Nov. 64 4 Feb, 
24 Mar. 65: 4 Feb. 74 
24 Mar. 65' 4 Feb. 74 
20 Sept. 65 ' 4 Feb. 74 
I Dec. 64 20 Feb. 74 
5 Dec. 64 II Mar 
9 Feb. 65 1 1 Mar, 

May 65:11 Mar. 74 

1 Dec. 68 13 Mar. 74 



2 Mar. 61 

2 Sept. 65 

3 Aug. 661 



Apr. 74 
Apr. 74 
Apr. 74 



Apr. 74 
I Apr. 74 
I Apr. 74 

Apr. 



3 June 68 

I Oct. 68 

I Oct. 68 

I Oct. 68 

10 Nov. 69! I Apr. 74 

Mar. 61 14 Apr. 74 

29 Mar. 6iji8 Apr. 74 

9 Apr. 61,10 May 74 
6 May 62110 June 74 

Sept. 65 I July 74 

1 June 61 I Aug. 74 



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79 



Lieuteiumt Colonels. 



I COBNEl, 

2nd LIEUT. I 

OrENSIGN.I 



Nov. 58 20 Apr. 6( 
Feb. 55 1 6 July 55 



Abel Stri-han,CB.7,^Co7.Hi-MaTi(aLt.Inf.(74 Foot) 3° July 54 8 July 56 
Charles G?orf,e Slade, Lt.Col. Rifle Brigade .8 Feb. 55I 6 July 55 

Charles Elpliinstone Rennie, Lt.Col. Essex Rcgt. j 

«.i.t* WaUCT Richard i-ascS^^^^^ 

Arthur Hill, Lt.C.i.. The Border Regt. (34 Foot) .^.... 

Thomas Edmund Adams, U.Col. Derbyshire Regt. | 

p.sx. iyeLnder Lyon Emerson',' ii'.Coi. 'Glouces- >. 

tershire Regt. (2S Foot) •• J 

Eustlce Lovelace Hercy, Lt.Col. West Surrey* 

Stanfey Crozier, i^Co'?'."6xfordsh'ire Lt. inf. (43 F.) 
John Blaksley, Lt.Col. Th« Buffs {3 Foot) ■■•.■--,■ 
Frederick Francis Daniell, Lt.Col. Gordon High- t 

Phmp Hom"n Eyre;'i'.C'oZ."s'. "Staffordshire Regt. ) 

Frel^o°lm''Ge'o'rge''Mu'rrayrii!-C'oJ. 3 Dragoon > 
Guards. 



May 55 
29 Dec. 54 

12 Jan. 55 
5 Feb. 58 
8 June 55 

7 May 58 

13 Aug. 58 

10 Aug. 54 
16 May 62 
27 Sept. 6; 
20 Feb. 55 
15 Apr. 58 

8 July 56 



6 Oct. 55 
3 Apr. 55 

3 July 55 

1 Feb. 59 
8 Jan. 56 

4 May 60 
:6Dec. 59 

2 F«b. 55 



22 June 67 
5 Nov. 6: 



13 Aug. 74 
I Dec. 74 



July 
July 



I Jan. 75 I July 8; 
o Mar. 75 I July 8 
7 Jan. 62:16 Apr. 75: i July 81^ 
14 June 64J 4 Aug. 75' i July 81 1 
14 Sept.67J22 Sept.75: i July 81! 
Oct. 75: I July 81 
Dec. 75' I July 81 



:4^ar. I 



TlTo'^as B. "Shaw-Hellier, Lt.Col. 4 Drngoon Guards 
Richard William Erskine Dawson, Lt.Col. Irish j 

K,^3wt'wflti^m^M'ay''We'th'er'eil,'i«'.'Coi'.'Bed 

shire Regt. (16 Foot) tJ->;Vbio'„v^ 

p.s.c. Hastings D'Oyly Famngton, Lt.Col. Black I 

Watch (73 Foot) >^v^yr':,^'- 

Nathaniel Crichlow Ramsay, Lt.Col. King s Own ) 
Borderers (25 Foot) ■■■-■- iiy-TV'i^^r'iyV^ 

Robert Holt Truell,X^Co<.Shropshl^e Lt. Inf. (53 F.) 

George Baret Stokes, i<. C«f. Inmskilhng Fusihers 
(108 Foot) ;; ,■ -' 

Shapland Graves. Lt.Col. The Buffs (3 Foot) 

JohnCrosland Hay, Lt.Col. Gordon Highlanders j 

Wifllam Byam,ii. Co'/. Tork and Lancaster Regt. | 

(65 Foot) -' 

George Philips, Lt.Col. 4 Hussars -■■■■■■■■ 

David John Dickson Safford, Lt.Col. West Kent) 

Regt. (97 Foot) - r--'-^\ 

Wm Adam Smyth, i<. Co?. Devonshire Regt. (11 F ) 
Sir James Dyson Bourne, Bart. Lt.Col. 5 Dr. Guards 
p t c George Salis-Schwabe, Lt.Col. 16 Lancers ...... 

Charles Edwara King, X«. Co.'.. Hampshire Regt. | 

(37 Foot) ^ 

Boyle Vandeleur, Lt.Col. 5 Lancers 

Frederick Charles Ruxton, X<. Co i. Worcestershire | 

Reert. (29 Foot) -■ .* 

Kendall Josiah Wm.Coghill, CB. Lt.Col. ig Hussars 
William Staines Daniell, Lt. Col. S. Yorkshire Regt. 

Willmm°Clelandrii!.Coi; 'Dublin 'Fusiliers (102 Foot) 
Henry Edward Davidson, Lt.Col. Yorkshire Regt. | 

p.i.c^ Thomas''Kelly'-Kenn'y,''x'«.'Co'i'.''West Surrey | 

Edward T Bahibridge'.'x/.'Co'i. Scots Fusiliers (21 P.) 
Chas. Aug. FitzGerald Creagh, Lt.Col. S. Stafford- 
shire Regt. (80 Foot) 

Dawson Kelly Evans, Lt.Col. Warvnckshire Regt. 1 1 j^.^ ^g 



:7 Nov. 63 
7 Apr. 63 
[8 Jan. 56 
>3 Mar. 60 



4 July 57 
3 June 56 

9 Dec' 52 
28 Feb. 56 
15 May 55 

25 Jan. 59 
6 Apr. 55 
13 Mar. 55 

5 Feb. 58 
• I Dec. 60 

23 Sept. 63 

24 Sept. 58 

10 Sept. 58 
3 June 59 

26 Feb. 5 
Sept. 57 
Mar. 57 

29 June 58 
22 Feb. 58 

6 Apr. 55 
8 Sept. 54 



1 Dec. 631 

2 Nov. 66 

10 July 58J29 July 62 

11 Mar. 59ji9 Aug. 62 
29 Oct. 57|3oJune63 
23 Nov. 56130 July 62 

6 July 59' 15 May 66 
4 Dec. 53119 July 64 

1 
8 Sept.63125 Ap: 

29 May 57 [ 7 Nov. 62 



JO Apr. 64 

8 Mar. 64I 6 Dec. 75, ^ July 
8 May 67J18 Dec. 75I i July 81I 
?5 July 62 I Apr. 76! i July 81 
17 Apr. 69J31 May 76^ i July 81 i 
17 Apr. 67 2 June 76. i July 8i| 
4 June 761 I July 8] 



May 66 
I Apr. 63 
3 Aug. 66 
9 June 65129 May 67 
9 Dec. 62! 18 July 65 
:6 Nov. 60123 Jan. 63 



9 Sept. 55 
3 July sSji 
7 Nov. 62 



(6 Foot) 
Alfred Geo 



'Huysh'ei'x^. Coi. Berkshire Regt. (49 F.) 27 July 55 
John Tobin Ready, Lt.Col. Berkshire Regt (66 F 9 Sept. 54 
John Wm Green, Lt.Col. Devonshire Regt. (11 Foot) 17 Nov. 57 
James Gibbons Smyth, X^.CW. Dorsetshire Regt. j 

C Erro°ll Hope,'x'/.'Co?'.'King''s Own Borderers (25 F.) 

Lewis Percival, Lt.Col. Rifle Brigade 

Harold EsdaileMalet,X<. CoZ. 18 Hussars ....... 

Charles Edw. Foster, Lt.Col. Northamptonshire) 

Reo't (i^ 8 Foot) J 

Frederick George Berkeley, Lt.Col. N. Lancashire | 

Clifufn'deNeufville'Orr'stockweii, Lt.Coi. Lincoln- ) 

shire Regt. (10 Foot) ;-'--i,^ 

Ernest Adolphus Carey, Lt. Col. Cheshire Regt. (22 P ) 
Fitzmaurice Beauchamp, Lt.Col. City of London } 

Robert T.Thompson.'six/.'Coi.h.p.Essex Regt. (56F.)] 

Commandant School of Music, £neller Mall ..) 

Jas Murray Thomas Simpson, Lt.Col. York and ) 

Lancaster Regt. (84 Foot)...^.........;^ ;--i;-A"^ 

Tames Kiero Watson, Xi.Coi. Kings Royal Rifles... 
Frederick John Fane, Xi.Coi!. Gloucestershire! 

Regt (61 Foot) i 

Charles Hamilton Sams, Lt.Col. N. Staffordshire | 

Retrt (64 Foot) i 

Frederick Taylor Hobson.Xi. Coi. The Buffs (3 F.).. 
Charles Graham Hcathcote, Lt.Col. N. Stall ord-) 

shire Regt. (98 Foot) > 

Harrj' Russell Bowlby, Lt.Col. Lancashire Pus.) 

John RobCTt'Coiiiiis',' LtCoL 'e. "Surrey Regt ( 70 F) 
psc Wm. Lewis Kinloch Ogilvy, Lt.Col. King s ) j ^g j^j^g 
Royal Rifles (60 Foot) ) 1 



25 Aug. 54 

25 Aug. 54 
2 1 Mar. 55 
18 Oct. 59 
31 Dec. 58 
13 July 58 

26 Apr. 58 
13 Apr. 58 
16 Oct. 55 

11 Mar. 53 
4 Apr. 56 

20 July 55 

18 Dec. 57 

12 Feb. 58 
30 Oct. 57 

19 Aug. 56 
23 Apr. 58 

May 59 



3 Dec. 6 
I Oct. 5 
7 Mar. 60 
6 Oct. 57 
3 July 60 

12 Oct. 60 

15 June 
9 Feb. 55 



II Sept. 57 
28 Aug. 57 
II Mar. 59 

9 Feb. 55 

26 July 55 

23 Oct. 55 

Dec. 60] 



23 Nov. 60129 Mar. 64 

Feb. 6o;2i June 64 

II Oct. 64 

3 Jan. 65 

24 Jan. 6s 



20 Feb. 63 
26 Feb. 63 

7 Apr. 69 

8 July 68 
7 Apr. 63 

20 July 66 

5 May 63 

6 May 63 
29 May 63 

9 Aug. 63 
.8 Aug. 63 

9 Oct. 63 
17 Nov. 63 
17 Nov. 63 
15 Jan. 64 

I Mar. 64 



June 76 
24 June 76 
15 July 76 
12 Aug. 76 

I Sept. 76 
II Oct. 76 

28 Oct. 76 
9 Dec. 76 

t6 Dec. 76 
17 Jan. 77 

7 Mar 
17 Mar 
17 Mar. 77 
21 Apr. 77 

7 May 

6 July 77 

II July 77 
July 77 
Sept. 77 

29 Sept. 77 
9 Sept. 7; 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct 



6 Apr, 

7 Oct. 
26 Jan. 



58 

27 July 55 
2 Mar. 60 
I May 57 
13 Dec. 59 
25 Sept. 60 
30 Sept. 59 

21 Sept. 60 

II Jan. 51 

22 Feb. 6 
IS June 58 



!7 Feb. 65 
[8 Apr. 65 

I May 6; 

8 Sept. 65 

8 Jan. 
29 June 66 

10 Nov. 65 

11 July 68 



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1 Oct. 77 
16 Feb. 

10 Mar. 

2 May 78 

II May 



7 Apr. 67 23 June78 
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I July 81 



Lieidenant Colonels. 



80 



COENET, I 
2nd LIEUT.; 
or ENSIGN.' 



T. Alphonso Gary, Zt.Col. Somerset Lt. Inf. (13 F.) 13 May 59 11 Apr. 62:23 Mar. 66 
George Clayton Swiney, Lt.Col. Duke of Corn- > r\, „ -\\„ o - \it„„ «; 

wall's Light Infantry (32 Foot) j ^° 0°*- 57 18 May 58 15 May 66 

John Fletcher Caldwell, Lt.Cul. South Wales) o -.^ „ -kt ^ ' r,„t ^^ 

Borderers (24 Foot) j ^^ ^^^ sS 15 Nov. 61 30 Oct. 66 

^t^^^I'!^^^:^:^"':.'^!'^^^^''.^^^:] '« July ss' 4 Feb. 62! xMay 67 



Oswald Robert iliddleton, i/. Co/. Lancaster Regt. ^ t„ - r>„t o' - t„ <:/: 

(^FooM ...] I Q Junes? 15 Oct. 58i5June66 

Henry Langtry, i^ Co/. S Hussars i6 Aug. 6i 24 Jan. 65! 3 Apr. 69 

Charles Martyn Boswell, i<. Co?. Munster Fusiliers') . • o ■«*■ o t ^^ 

(104 Foot) i "3 June 57 18 May 58j29June66 

Francis Massy Drew, Lt.Col. 7 Hussars 18 Sept. 60 21 July 63113 July 67 



Richard Crundel Brook, Lt.Col. S. Lancashire) ,, ! . ^ I t\ ^ 

Regt. (40 Foot) .......^... ^ ...^............. j 31 May 59 19 Aug. 62I 7 Dec. 67 



27 Apr. 79 j I July 8 

29 Apr. 79' I July 8 

27 June 79' I July S 

23 July 79 I July S 

6 Aug. 79 1 July 8 

John^Charley, Lt.Col. King's Royal Rifles (60 Foot) 7 Mar. 56 21 Feb. 60' 14 Aug. 67 12 Sept. 79 i July 8 

Arthur Hales, Lt.Col. Inniskilling Fus. (27 Foot) ... 18 Oct. 59 8 Mar. 67 2 Jan. 69 iS Oct. 79' 1 July 8 

Thomas Trophimus Hodges, £<. Co/. West Riding '/ ,„ ^ ' t 1 o a ^o -kt^ t, u. o 

Regt. {76 Foot) !;, 6Sept.55,22 July 59 8 Apr. 68, i Nov. 79, i July 8, 

Charles Stephen Walker, il Co/. 3 Hussars 10 May 61 26 Feb. 64 22 June 67 4 Nov. 79' i July _ 

Henry Richard Abadie, Lt.Col. q Lancers 6 Aug. 58 18 Dec. 60I14 Feb. 72 22 Nov. 79! i July 8 

Cecil Mangle.-, Lt.Col. 20 Hussars 20 Feb. 61 16 Oct. 661 i Feb. 73 30 Nov. 79 i July fc, 

George Buchanan Bevan, Lt.Col. N. Lancashire) ,, , >,„ ^ \ o -mt ^ 

Reft. (81 Foot) i 23 Mar. 60 29 Mar. 6i| 8 May 67 

Astley Fellowes Teri-y, Lt.Col. King's Royal Rifles ) 
(60 Foot) J 



31 Dec. 78 I July 
31 Dec. 781 I July 
5 Feb. 79 I July 
12 Apr. 79 I July 



I Apr. 58 II Sept.6o 
14 May 58 26 Nov. 61 



4 Jan. 58:18 May 58 
9 Oct. 55'ioSept.s8 



8 Dec. 67 
28 May 70 
25 Jan. 71 

3 Sept.67 



Horatio Gordon Robley,X<. Co/. Argyll and Suther- ) 

land Highlanders (91 Foot) j 

Edward Stirling Rivett-Carnac,^^ Lt.Col. h.p. 11 ) 

Hussars ; Mil. Sec. to the Com. in Chief, Bombay... j 
p.s.c. Nadolig Xiicenes Gwynne, Lt.Col. Man-) 

Chester Regt. (63 Foot) J 

Charles Picot, Lt.Col. Middlesex Regt. (57 Foot) ... 

Arthur Henry Taylor, Lt.Col. 21 Hussars 

Robert Fowler Butler, Lt.Col. City of London) 

Regt. (7 Foot) ; 

Francis James Agnew Wallace, Lt.Col. 2 Dragoons 28 Apr. 63 30 Mar. 66iio May 7 
».8.c.William Edward Montague, Ci?. Xi. Co/. Con- ) , ^ I t c 

naught Rangers (94 Foot) j 14 Aug. 60! 3 Jan. 65 

Cyril Hugh P. Ducat, Lt.Col. Leinster Regt. (109 F.) 27 June 59 17 Sept.6i 
William Manning Lee, Lt.Col. 2 Dragoon Guards ... 21 Nov. 65 21 Oct. 67 
Charles Edward Glasse, Lt.Col. DubUn Fusiliers) ^ , t„i c 

(io3Foot) j 7 June 61 1 30 July 62 

Charles Thos. Wren Penton, Lt.Col. Connaught) y , , 

Rangers (88 Foot) J 9 July 62 



7 Jan. 80; 

7 Jan. So I 
28 Jan. 80 
31 Jan. 80 

18 Mar. 80 

8 May 80 

9 May Zo\ 



6 May 62116 Jan. 66,24 Apr. 72 

4 Nov. 581 5 Feb. 59 2 Oct. 70 

o Feb. 58'" Feb. 62J18 Dec. 67I21 June8o 

21 June 80! 

2q June 70 25 Aug. 80 

22 Jan. 68 i Dec. 801 

S Nov. 70 I Dec. 80 

II Sept. 72 12 Jan. 81 



Sept. 65 '19 Sept. 74 



23 Oct. 57 12 Mar. 61 20 July 73 



Feb. Si 
Mar. 81 1 



I July S 
I July 8 
1 July 8 
I July 8 
I July 8 
I July S 
I July 8 
I July 8 
I July 8 
I July 8 
1 July 8 
I July 8 
T July 8 

J July 8 
July 8 



Herbert Hale Forbes Gifford, i<. Co/. 13 Hussars 

Charle.s Falkiner Morton, Lt.Col. 14 Hussgrs 18 Feb. 62 21 July 63112 June 69 10 Apr. 81' i July 8 

John Fryer Chapman, Lt.Col. 7 Dragoon Guards ... 21 July 63 18 Oct. 64J18 Aug. 69 23 Apr. 81I i July 8 
J. Donald Hamill Stewart, CilG. Lt.Col. n Hussars. 22 Sept.6.s'i3 Jan. 69 17 May 76 18 May 81] i July 8 
Robert NeviU Gream, Lt.Col. Wiltshire Regt.(62 F.) 22 Apr. 62' 2 May 65J 2 May 68 21 May 81I i July 8 

Arthur John Doig.i/. Co/. Bombay Stafif Corps 16 July 55 21 Feb. 57 16 July 67 1 6 July 75! 16 July 8 

William John Seaton, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps ..,'20 July 55 20 June 58 20 July 67 20 July 75^20 July 8 
Reginald C. W. Mitford, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps, 25 July 55'3o Apr. 58,25 July 67 25 July 75J25 July S 
Thomas John, Lt.Col. Duke of Cornwall's Light) t n„„ ■\r n o t 1 ^ t 1 „ 

Infantry (46 Foot) .... j l^° '^'i^e 53; ' ^lec. 54 24 May 61 8 July 74 26 July 8 

Charles Swinhoe, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 27 July 55' 8 Sept.59'27 July 67 27 July 7527 July 8 

Josias Dunn, Lt.Col. Irish Fusiliers (89 Foot) { 9 Feb. 55 21 Oct. 5511 Apr. 62 21 Oct. 75 12 Aug. 8 

George Gilbert Stewart, Lt.Col. Leinster Regt 20 Feb. 55: 5 JunessI 8 May 66 31 Dec. 78114 Aug. 8 

Henry Jardine Hallowes, Lt.Col. E. Yorkshire ) I at ' a^^t \ o 1^ ^ ^ at ' ■ " ^ 

Regt. (15 Foot) lI'iMay 55;" Sept.57Ji8 Feb. 62 29 May 75^15 Aug. 8 

John Wm. Hindle, Lt.Col. h.p. Madras Staff Corps 20 Aug. 55I28 Oct. 56 20 Aug. 67 20 Aug. 75120 Aug. 8: 
Charles Francis Moore, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps '20 Aug. 55 10 Sept. 57 20 Aug. 6720 Aug. 75120 Aug. 8: 
Edmund Rogers Coker, Lt.Col. Durham Light) 1 „ t ^ r>„(- «^' at ' -n> i c 

Infantry (106 Foot) °.... j | ^ June 6i 30 Oct. 66 30 May 74 ,2 Feb. 81I04 Aug. S: 

Hugh P. K. F.Crawfurd.i*. CoZ. Madras Staff Corps; i Sept.55 10 Apr. 58 i Sept.67 i Sept.75' i Sept. 8: 
Robert Stephens Jago, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps | 4 Sept.55 ^3 Nov. 56 4 Sept.67 4 Sept.75, 4 Sept 8- 

"" Rett' (^?^^..':'''''^'':..:^*:':"':.^:.''°"^ I « '^'y 56>8 ^^y 58 3 Aug. 66>5 Aug. ,7! 6 Sept.8 

Robert Spencer Liddell, Lt.Col. lo Hussars 28 Mar. 58 22 July 59I 2 May 68 i July 8i;i3 Sept.8 

Uffi Hugh Shaw, X/. Co/. Irish Regt. (18 Foot) 10 May 55 25 Sept. 57 2 Apr. 64 i Oct. 77 14 Sept.8 

Constantino Maguire, X<. Co/. Esse.K Regt. (44 Foot) j 25 Jan. 59 3 July 6o| i Sept. 69 16 Sept. 76 16 Sept. 8: 

Charles D. Baynes, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 21 Sept.55 ' ^^t. 5821 Sept.67:2i Sept.75121 Sept.8 

Francis Weldon, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 26 Sept.55 ^3 Nov. 56 26 Sept.67:26 Sept.75'26 Septis 

Herbert A. T. Nepean, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps... '26 Sept.55 '^ *'6'^- 58 26 Sept.67;26 Sept.75!26 Septis: 

William Henry Field, X<. Co/. 15 Hussars I17 May 61 10 July 66, 7 July 691 i July 81,29 Sept. 8: 

Fred. Lorn Campbell, Cajai. 4" X/. Co/. Scots Guards I ...... 22 Aug. 68 24 Apr. 72 1 { i Oct. S: 

Reginald Bythell, X<. Co/. Bombay Staff Corps I 2 Oct. 55 8 Apr. 59 2 Oct. 67: 2 Oct. 75I 2 Oct'. 8- 

Charles AylmerLiardet, Xi. Co/. Madras Staff Corps 4 Oct. 55 17 Jan. 59; 4 Oct. 67; 4 Oct. 751 4 Oct. 8 
Herbert C. Borrett, Lt.Col. Lancaster Regt. (4 P.) '29 Oct. 58 7 Dec. 62 22 Oct. 70 23 June 80 7 Oct. 8 
William H.Abbott, X^ Co/. MunsterFusiLiers(ioiF.)! 4 Aug. 63 13 Nov. 66,30 Sept.74J22 Sept.So 15 Oct. 8: 
Henrj' George Saunders, Xi. Co/. Bengal Staff Corps 20 Oct. 55 21 Jan. 57:20 Oct. 67:20 Oct. 75 20 Oct.' 8 
Charles O'Loughlin L. Prendergast, Lt.Col. i „ , ■ aor,t ,,',, n,.f a L r>„(. ' ^ / „ 

Bengal Staff Corps j^23 0ct. 55 ii Sept.57^23 Oct. 67 23 Oct. 75^23 Oct. 8 

p.s.c. JohnBoughey, Xi.CoZ. Wiltshire Regt. (62 F.) 8 July 62' 7 Nov. 65 3 Feb. 69' i July 81 28 Oct 8 
WiUiam Bally, Lt.Col. West Riding Regt. (33 Foot), 15 Sept.54 9 Sept.55 18 Apr. 65' i Oct. 77'2q Oct 8 
Edward Seppings Lock, Lt.Col. S. Lancashire)! r^ ^ y„„ o a, ^c' t J ' ^ 

Regt. (82 Foot) J 2 Oct. 55 20 Jan. 58; 3 Aug. 66 12 June 78 29 Oct. 8 

Frederick J. Rogers, Lt.Col., Sussex Regt. (107 F.) 29 June 55 ' Oct. 58 3 Feb. 70 n Sept.8o'2g Oct 8 

Henry Colebrooke Lewes, Xf.Co/. Royal Artillery...; 19 Dec. 55 i Nov. 65 31 Oct. 74 31 Oct 8 

John M'Mullin, X<. Co/. Madras Staff Corps 16 Nov. 55 8 Oct. 61 16 Nov. 67 16 Nov. 75,16 Nov 8 

Fdward D. Newbolt,X<.Co/.Dorsetshire Regt. (54F.) 2 Feb. 58 i Oct. 58 n Aug. 63' i Oct. 77:19 Nov 8 
Frederick Robert Cameron Crofton, Xf. Co/. Irish) ,„, „ t;. , ^ ,t ..' ^ J ^^ ' 

Rities(86F.) 3 i-^ ^^^- 58,21 Feb. 60 23 Mar. 66 31 Dec. 78 ig Nov. 8 

John EdwardAllen, Lt.Col. Highland lit. Inf. (71 F.),i3 May 53 19 Jan. 55 16 Mar. 60 5 July 72 30 Nov. 8 
if Oft .Walter John Stewart, X<. Co/, 12 Lancers |i4 0ct, 68 1 9 Oct. 69 3 Oct. 74 i July 81^30 Nov. 8 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
BiLF PAT. 



Apr. 81 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



CORNET, 
sndlilEUT. 

ar ENSIGN. 



I.IEUT. 

5 May 57 
Mar. 55 
Mar. 55 
Oct. 56 



Fred. Wm. Ricliard Clements, Lf.Col. R. Engineers 

Albert Henry Ozzard, Lt.Col. Royal Marines -- — • -, - 

George Frederic Blake, ii.Co.'. Royal Marines -o Mar. S4 ' 

John Li.ton. Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps . „,. 7 Dec. 55 7 

Russell Morlaud Skinner. X/. Co/ Bengal S.aff ..... 7 Dec. 55 5 57 

John Kwin.^, «.Co7. Madras Staff Corps^..,,...........^ 7 Dec. 55 ^a J^^y 57 

Dec. 55 7 June 57 
Dec. 55' 4 June 57 
Dec. 55 25 Aug. 57 
Dec. 55:3° Apr. 58 
Dec. 55 2° M 



CAPTAIN. 



Fred. P. W. Freeman, it.Co?. Bengal Staff >.ovps ...; 
UaE Fra. David Millett Brown. Lt.Col. Bengal b. L . 
William V. F. Jacob, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps ... 
Horatio Samuel Court, Major, Madras Staff Ooipb 
Robert Wheeler, Lt.Col. Bengal ftaff Corps ..| 
Acton Chaplin Havelock,X<. Co/. Ma^-as Staff Corps 

Duncan M'Neill, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 8 Dec. 55 5 f;o\ • 5« 

Wm. Henry Thompson, Z^Co? 'dragoon Guard. J >o iUy o ^.eb. 67 

Francis A. Graves-Sawle. <?«»'-'t^*-'^"^-'"°^"f V t^ ^^s Ar-iv .S I Ma- 62 
Fred C Keyse-.C^.Xi.CoLCityof LondonRegt.(7l.) 2SMay 5^ 4 Jia 02 

Wmiam Henry Brooke Peters LtCol. 4 Hussars. 20 Mar. 62 Api 64 
Henry Morton, i/.Co7. Bengal Staff Corps •■••■•■•• -j^" ^H' f/° ^^[- ^° 

Richard Fraser Litchfield, i<. Co? Madras Staff C... 20 Lee. 55^ 3 ^a^^^ 59 
Walter John Pinch, Lt. Col. Royal Ar illery • ■ • -^^ — ■ ' ^ ' Dec. 57 -7 Au^. 5» 

Tames Williimson Lt.Col.Welsh Fusiliers 23 Foot), 29 Dec. 54 23 Mar 55 
iXm Robin cSkpman.X«.Co^Bengal Staff C^^^^^^ 4 Jan. 56-4 Sept. 57 

Edward C. Oodrington, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

John Pyne Grant. Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 

Henry FoUett Pritchard, 3Iqior, Royal Artillery 

Alex.M'ArthurMoir, i/.Co/. Wiltshire Regb.{99 F.) 

George Budd, Lt Col . Royal Artillery 

Thomas Clarke, Lt.Col. Royal Artillery.^ 

William Godeffroy Brancker.CB Lt.Col. Royal Art. 

Donald R. Cameron, CMG. Lt.Col. Royal Artillery. 

William Henry Koble, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Keminis, Major, Royal Artillery 

Percy Bury Raikcs, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Draper Elliott, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Bond, Major, Royal Artillery ...... 

Wm.MorrittBarneby Walton, CB.Jlf«jor,Royal Art. 

Francis William Ward, Ma,ior, Royal Artillery ...... 

Frederic Watson, Lt.Col. W. Surrey Regt. (2 P;) -• 

Frederick Charles St. John, Xi.Co/.Madras Staff C. 

ArdleyH. Falwasser Barnes, Xi. Co/. Royal Marines 

Sebastian White Rawlins,X<. Co?. Welsh Regt ('^o P.) 

Edward Allred Jee, Lt.Col. 5 Dragoon Guard., ... 

Patrick Montgomerie, Major, Royal Engineers ... 

Henrj' Herbert Lee, Major, Royal Engineers . 

Elborough M.Woodcock,Xt. Co/. Bombay Staff Cor_ 
Edward William West, X^.Co/. Bombay btafl Corps 

Charles Thornhill, Major, Royal Artillery ^ 

Frederick Augustus Le Mesurier, Major, Roy.Eng 

William Ve.^ey Brownlow, Major, i Dragoon Gds. 29 Api. 59 

Edmund Smith Brook, Major, Connaught Ran-| ^ j^^g gg 25 jan. 71 

William Thomas Brown, xi. Co/. Bombay Staff 
Richard Samuel Roberts. Lt.Col. Madras Staff C. 
Spencer Field, Lt.Col. Warwickshire Regt. (6 F.^ 
Geo.Paton, CMG. i/.Co/.S.Wales Borderers (24 n ., 

William Anderson, X/. Co/. Madras Staff Corps 

Edmund G. Morrogh, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps.. 
Richard Mercer Lloyd,X<. Co/. Bombay Staff Corps 
Arthur Marriott Lys, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps ... 
Edward Albert AVood, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Coi-ps 
Reginald Whitting,X<. Co/.W. Yorkshire Regt.(i4i.) 

Alfred Bloomfield, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Philip Edward Pope, Lt.Col 4 Dragoon Guai-ds 

John G. Brskine Griffiths, Lt.Col. Bombay StaffC, 

WilUam Henry Graham, Major, Royal Artillery.....^ 

William Whitla, Lf.Col. Lincolnshire Regt. (10 F. 

Henry L. Powys, Lt Col. Oxford Light Inf. (52 foot . 

Jas L AVatt, Lt.Col. N. Staffordshire Regt. (64 P. 25 Jan. 59 



MAJOR. 



Dec. 57 
Dec. 57 



Dec. 57 
29 July 59 
o Jan. 56 

Mar. 54 
5 Feb. 58 

2 Mar. 66 

3 June 56 

1 Dec. 57 

4 Feb. 56 
7 Feb. 56 



Jan. 56 28 Sept. 57 
4 Jan. 56 24 Mar. 58 
2 Dec. 57 27 Aug. 58 
9 Feb. 64122 May 66 

I 6Mar. 56 

6 Mar. 56 
6 Mar. 56 
6 Mar. 56 

6 Mar. 56 

7 Apr. 56 
27 Apr. 58 

21 May 58 
7 Apr. 56 

7 Apr. 56 
1 8 Aug. 58 
23 July 61 
17 Aug. 55 

22 June 55 
10 May 61 

8 Aug. 68 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 55 

23 May 57 

14 Feb. 57 

15 May 57 
I Oct. 57 

12 May 



Feb. 56 3 Feb 
Feb. 56^29 Sept. 60 



2 Feb. 55 
23 Aug. 59 
4 Mar. 56 
4 Mar. 56 
4 Mar. 56 
4 Mar. 56 
4 Mar. 56 
26 Dec. 56 
7 Mar. 56 
:o May 63 
9 Mar. 56 



Feb. 56 

" It. 6: 

23 Nov. 56 

Oct. 

12 June 58 

Jan. 60 

Apr. 60 

23 Mar. 58 

23 Aug. 59 

II July 65 

3 Mar. 61 

7 Apr. 56 

15 Oct. 61 

29 Mar. 64 



ArthmG.'lLChurch,/i.Co/.Manchester Regt. (96 F.)| 5 Nov. 6. 
ham, X/.Co/. Bombay Staff Corps I20 Mar. 56 



Edward .^..........^ , -^ . x.. ^ > ■ nr t 

Frederick Benj. Price White. Lt.Col. i V. I. 

David Henry Traill, Major, Royal Engineers 

Alexander Jerome Filgate, Major, Royal Bngmeers 
Henry Meredith N'ibart, Major, Royal Engineers ... 
George Fred. Stanley Chambers, Major, R.ArtiUery 
William Southwell Ciirzon, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Arthur Cooke, Lt.Col. 17 Lancers ■••■■•■•,■ 

Edward W. Goldmg.X^Co/.Derbyshue Regt. (95 1 .) 
Arthur Henrv Paget, Capt. 4" Lt.Col. Scots Guards 
non. Everard C. Digby, Capt. 4- Lt.Col. Gren.Guards 
Alex Tulloch Rolland, X/. Co/. Madras Staff Corps 
Gustavus Francis Munro, Lt.Col. Royal Marines 

Edward Lyons, Ma /or. Royal Artillery 

V\t7.nnv S'lenhen, Lt.Col. RiBe Brigade 



25 • 

9 .Ian. 63 
23 Nov. 56 



20 Dec. 66 

3 Jan. 65 

1 1 Mar. 65 
7 Dec. 67 
7 Dec. 67 
7 Dec. 67 

7 Dec. 67 

23 Aug. 64 

8 Dec. 67 
8 Dec. 67 
8 Dec. 67 
8 Dec. 67 
8 Dec. 67 

12 Feb. 73 
7 Oct. 71 

18 Apr. 68J27 Aug 
17 July 72 
20 Dec. 67 
20 Dec. 67 

24 Mar. 65 
7 May 61 

4 Jan. 68 
4 Jan. 6S 

4 Jan. 68 
15 Aug. 67 
30 Aug. 71 

5 Jan. 66 
27 Feb. 66 
10 Mar. 66 
10 Mar. 66 
30 Mar. 66 

5 Apr. 66 
10 Maj' 66 

29 May 66 
I Aug. 66 
I Aug. 66 
5 Oct. 66 

I Oct. 67 
o Jan. 68 

20 June 65 

21 Feb. 65 
23 Apr. 73 

7 Mar. 68 

10 Nov. 69 
4 Feb, 
7 Feb. 68 

30 Sept. 68 

11 July 67 
18 May 70 

3 Dec. 78 
20 Feb. 68 
20 Feb. 68 

22 May 64 
30 Oct. 69 
■ 4 Mar. 68 

4 Mar. 68 
4 Mar. 68 
4 Mar. 68 
4 Mar. 68 

15 Jan. 61 

7 Mar. 68 
22 Oct. 70 

9 Mar. 68 

24 Aug. 66 

II July 65 
21 Aug. 67 
30 Sept. 68 

25 Dec. 67 
20 Mar. 68 



2 Dec. 741 2 Dec. 
I Oct. 77 i 3 Dec. 
I Oct. 77 3 Dec. 
7 Dec. 75 7 Dec. 
7 Dec. 75; 7 Dec. 
7 Dec. 75 

7 Dee. 75 

8 Dec. 75 
8 Dec. 75 
8 Dec. 75 
8 Dec. 75 
8 Dec. 75 
8 Dec. 75 
1 July 81 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HAI,P PAT. 



81 



Dec 

7 Dec. 

8 Deo. 
8 Dec. 
8 Dec. 
8 Dec. 
8 Dec. 

8 Dec. 

9 Dec. 
o Deo. 
2 Dec. 

9 Sept.8oji7 Dec. 81 
oDec. 75J2oDec. 81 

20 Dec. 75 20 Dec. 81 
6 Jan. 75 21 De?. 81 

30 May 74 24 Dec. 81 
4 Jan. 76 4 Jan. 82 
4 Jan. 76 4 Jan. 82 
4 Jan. 76' 4 Jan. 82 



7 Jan 
7 Jan. 82 



7 Jiiu. 751 
30 Mar. 8 1 
x6 Jan. 75J16 Jan. 
16 Jan. 75,16 Jan. 
16 Jan. 75' 16 Jan, 
16 Jan. 75116 Jan, 
16 Jan. 75ii6 Jan. 82 
16 Jan. 75 16 Jan. 
16 Jan. 75 16 Jan. 
16 Jan. 75] 16 Jan. 
16 Jan. 75 16 Jan. 
16 Jan. 75 i6 Jan. 
16 Jan. 75 16 Jan. 

19 May 8o|i8 Jan. 

20 Jan. 76' 20 Jan. 82 
I Oct. 77:24 Jan. " 
I Oct. 7725 Jan. 82 
I July 
3 Feb. 75' 3 Feb. 82 

3 Feb. 75] 3 Feb. 82 

4 Feb. 76 4 Feb, " 
7 Feb. 76 7 Feb. 82 
4 June 77^8 Feb. 82 
I Oct. 77118 Feb. 82 

29 Nov. 79]i8 Feb. 82 
July 81 18 Feb. 82 
Feb. 76 20 Feb. 82 
Feb. 76*20 Feb. 82 
Oct. 77 24 Feb. 82 



FitzRov Stephen, _ ^ , t^. 

Charles E. L. Bluett, Lt.C-l. Cheshire Regt. (22 F) 
John E. Whitting, X/.Co/.Hampshire Regt. (37 F.) 
Frederick Karslake, Lt.Col. Irish Rifles (86 Foot) 
n « c Wm.F.Gatacre, X/.Co/.Middlesox Regt.(77 F.) 
John Ma^ce Hevwood, Major, Royal Engineers.... 

Francis B. Middleton, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps, 
Wm John Holt, LI. Col. West Surrey Regt. (2 Foot) 
Edward Temple, Lt.Col. Beng«l Staff Corps ........ 

Norman Huskisson, X<.Co/. S.Yorks.Regt. (.05 F. 
Nathaniel Montgonicvy, LI. Col. Vi clsh Rcgt.(4i P.) 



Dec 
2 Dec. 56 
2 June 57 
I Dec. 57 



[6 May 6: 
[8 Jan. 59 



4 Apr. 56 
19 Apr 

22 Mar. 55 
15 Jan. 56 
19 Nov. 58 

19 June 57 
18 Feb, ' 
13 June 56 

4 May 56 
24 July 57 
15 May 56 
24 Sept. 58 

20 Nov 



4 Apr. 65I26 Feb. 67 
27 Aug. 58 31 Oct. 68 
27 Aug. 58I31 Oct. 68 
27 Aug. s8 51 Oct. 68 



7 Apr. 56 
7 Apr. 56 
9 July 65 

25 Mar. 62 
12 June 69 
24 June 70 

26 Jan. 57 

22 June 55 
7 Apr. 56 

23 Oct. 55 
5 Feb. 58 



23 June 63 

2 Sept. 58 
23 Dec. 64 
27 Aug. 58 



7 Sept.66 
7 Sept.66 
20 July 70 
25 Jan. 7 
29 Juno 72 
19 Oct. 72 
4 Apr. 68 
19 Sept. 65 
19 Oct. 66 
22 Mar. 64 
25 Sept.6o 



9 May 
4 Mar. 76 
4 Mar. 76 
4 Mar. 76 
4 Mar. 76 
4 Mar. 76 

10 Feb. 74 
7 Mar. 76 
I July 81 
9 Mar. 76 

10 Mar. 75 
12 Apr. 76 
I Nov. 77 
6 Apr. 78 
I July - 
20 Mar. 76 
24 Mar. 77 
Mar. 75 
Mar. 75 
Mar. 75 
Apr. 75 
Apr. 75 
July 8 1 
July 81 



4 Apr. 76 
t Oct. 77 

14 Apr. 75 
I Oct. 77 

22 Aug. 73 
Sept. 65 '19 Oct. 77 



6 Oct. 63 I Oct. 77 

7 Dec. 70 23 Mar, 
o Nov. 69 3 May 75 

3 May 59 4 May 68 4 May 76 
15 Feb. 59' 2 Sept. 68 23 Jan. 78 
7 Dec. 56 15 May 68I15 May 76 



25 Feb. 82 
4 Mar. 
4 Mar. 82 
4 Mar. 82 
4 Mar. 82 
4 Mar. 
7 Mar. 82 
7 Mar, 
7 Mar. 82 
9 Mar. 8; 

10 Mar. 82 

11 Mar. 82 
II Mar. 82 
18 Mar. 82 

18 Mar. 82 

20 Mar. 82 
Mar. 82 
Mar. 82 

31 Mar. 82 
51 Mar. 82 
I Apr. 82 
I Apr. 8 
I Apr. 8 
I Apr. 8 
I Apr. 8 
I Apr. 8 
4 Apr. 8 

13 Apr. 82 

14 Apr. 82 

19 Apr - 

21 Apr 
21 Apr. 82 
26 Apr. 
29 Apr. 

3 May 

4 May 82 
6 May 82 

15 May 82 
May 82 



22 Aug. 60 6 Sept. 7322 Deo 

26 Aug. 5y 11 Jan. 67 i May 8c'23 May 



Lieutenant Culuuels. 



82 



s staff Corps 
IS Staff Corps 
. (56F.) 



Uiivds ... 

1 (73 F.) 
>h Regt. 



Charles C. Sarfreaunt, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Arthur Huntley flill Walsh, Lt.Col. Royal Marines 
Russell Upcher, Lt.Col. S. Wales Itinl'Torf^ (24 F.) 
Edward Williams, Lt.Col. Livfi'ixiol P.fut. (S Foot) 
St.JohnBally,i<.C»/.Northampt..!i.MiiieHeot.(48F.) 
George Gordon Young, Lt.Cul . Bengal Staff Corps 
Henry Thomas Harris, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Edward Charles Garstin, i^ Co/. Bengal Staff C. 

Ayrton Pullan, Lt.Col. Bengal St;iff C a-i.s 

LlewellynWavell, i^ Co?, p.. ■!!.:. 1 -l,n'--..r|M 

Robert Blackall Graham, H ' " ' -t iff C. 

Edward James Watson, Lt.c^ '. ,11- .li'ijorps 

James FitzGerald, Z^Co/. r,. 

Arthur G. Wrb-t.,\ /,' f . 1 

Thoopliilus Hi, : :: .' . / ! 

Thomas Hem; - 

Albert Greeii!;i!il, /. .' - i: 

Patrick Sandersni, Lt 0,l . 2 

Villiers Hatton, Capt.4-Li.C0l . Greiiadij 

Thos.Monsell Warren, Lt.CnI. Bbick Wi 

p.s.c. Alexander B. TuUoch, CH. Mni^.r. , 

Joseph Philips, CJS. Jlfu/or, 1; , 

George William Borrad'aile, ' - 1! Art. 

Thomas Reid Davidson, i^'-' . f Corps 

p.g.c. Alexander Brooke Mory an. a ,,'. )i.p. > 

Norfolk Regt. (gFoot) ; AsuU. Adj. Gen. Eijyi>t J 
William James Massy, Lt.Col. Norfolk Regt. (9 F.) 
Son. Reginald A. J. Talbot, Lt.Col. i Life Guards 

Robert ThirkillMaillard, i^CoZ. 16 Lancers 

Charles A. L. A. French, Lt.Col. 1 Dragoon Guards 
George Bertie B. Hobart, Major, Royal Artillery 

Harry Adair Tracey, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry John Francis Shea, Major, Royal Artillery 
Archibald Lewis Playfair, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C. 

William Heurv Deede's, Lt.Col. Rifle Brigade 

Edward Micklem, Li.Col. Royal Engineers 

Augustus H. M. Moretoii, C,'»/.4-Z.'. Co/. Coldst.Gds. 
Joseph BeauL'hamp LegL,'r;.t, Lt.Col. Madras Staff C 
Edgar Hastings Thnrnu^, /./.('.-/. Madras Staff Corps 

John Macdougall, X/.( '/. .\i:i'lr;i.~ Stnll' Corps 

Wentworth Henrv Kin.-il , ,;: ,: , 1/,,, ,,-. i;. i\;il Art. 
George Baker, y-ro,,'. 1' : • i'-ot)... 

p.s.c. William H. R. II 1 '/ nilcry... 

William Thomas Bud- -;i. .1/ ... ,-. |;.,'. il Aiinlery... 

Edward Broadrick, Major, Ko.yiil Artillery 

Lacy Bowring Bance, Lt.Cil. Madras Staff Corps 

Maurice Twcedie, i'. Co/. Bombay Staff Corps 

Frank John Todd, Lt.Col. Irish FusilU^-^ (S7 F.) .. 
AVm. Nesbitt Wroughton.iC.f ,,/ M. i-.i .-LifrC. 
George A Wilson, i^ Co/. N.L:n.:i : m F. 

Montague C. Morris, i/. Co/. I )!■ :: _[ 

Richard Kerr Bayly, Lt.Col. Black \\ ,acli (4- F.).. 
Aug.M. Handley. Lt.Col. Yorkshire Regt. (19 P.) 
Finch White, Lt.Col. Shropshire Light Inf. (85 P.) 

Arthur Paruell, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

George Wm. Adolphus FitzGeorge, Major, 20 Hus. 

Francis Gellie, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps 

Thomas Trueman, Lt.Col. Bombay Staff Corps 

John Jopp.L^ Co/ Bombav Staff Corps 

Grant Blunt, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers 

Charles Edward Luard, Lt.Col. Royal Engineers .. 

Wm. AValpole Murdoch, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edward Delaval Tarleton, Major, Royal Artillery 
Uvedale Edward Parry Okeden, Lt.Col. 18 Hussars 
Charles Campbell Hewetson. Lt.Col. Madras S. C, 
*2Iarqnis Saverio de Piro, CMG. Li.Col. Malta") 

Pencible Artdlery j 

James Morris Topp'in, Lt.Col. Irish Regt. (18 F.) 



I CORNET, 
2nd LIEUT 
OrBNSIGN. 

31 May 56 



LIEUT. 



7 Apr. 58 31 May 68 31 Ma.y 76 

9 Apr. 54'22 June 55J10 Nov. 6j] i Oct. 77 
21 Nov. 62 29 Oct. 6631 Oct. 711 II Nov, 
6 Jan. 60 27 Sept.6ij 6 Mar. 67'27 May 80 

4 Nov. 59 29 Nov. 62 30 Mar. 67! 4 July 80 
13 June 56 23 Nov. 56 13 June oS^ 13 Jun 
13 June 56 16 Apr. 58J13 June 68 1 13 June 76 

13 June 56 30 Apr. 58! 13 June 68 [13 June 76 

14 June 56 26 Dec. 56J14 June 68 14 June 76 
14 June 56 25 Aug. 57114 June 68 j 14 June 76 
14 June 56 30 Apr. 58! 14 June 68 1 14 June 76 
14 June 56 6 July 60:14 June 68 [14 June 76 
16 June 56 30 Apr. 58 16 June68 16 June 76 
20 Dec. 56 10 Mar. 57,23 July 60' i July 81 

6 June 56 24 July 58 '26 June 68 126 June 76 

6 June 56 4 Apr. 61 '26 June 68|26 June 76 
12 Oct. 59 I Jan. 62 13 June 63 8 Feb. 79 

7 Nov. 63' 16 Oct. 66 31 May 71 i July 81 
27 Aug. 70' 4 Dee. 72 

7 Apr. 571 2 Nov. 58! 2 Oct. 63 ti July 77 
3 May 55 30 July 57^29 Mar. 64 i Oct. 77 
24 Dec. 56 12 July 59 19 June 72 29 Nov. 79 
I Dec. 57 27 Aug. 58 3 Aug. 55:14 July 75 

5 July 56 23 Nov. 56 15 July 68 15 July 76 



COLONliL. 

9 June 82 
10 June 82 

10 June 82 
13 June 82 
13 June 82 

13 Ju'iie 82 

14 June 82 
14 June 82 
14 June 82 
14 June 82 
14 June 82 

14 June 82 
26 June 82 
26 June 82 

5 J^'ly 82 
5 July 82 
5 July 82 

11 July 82 
July S2 
July 82 
July 82 

15 July 32 



6 Apr. 55 28 Nov. 57 g Jan. 63J15 Apr. 77 21 July S. 
o July 55 II Dec. 57!3o Aug. 64 i Oct. 77 21 July 8; 
3 May 59 28 July 63! 8 May 67 14 July 8o'2i July 8; 
2 Mar. 61 3 Oct. 62 26 Nov. 68 i July 81:21 July 8; 



WHEir 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAY. 



5 June 60 23 June 65 13 Jan. 6g i July 81 

' 7 Apr. 56 ! 14 Nov. 66 24 July 75 

7 Apr. 56 1 6 Dec. 66 24 July 75 

I 7 Apr. 56 I Jan. 67*24 July 75 

5 Aug. 56' 7 Nov. 57: sAug. 68J 5 Aug. 76; 

I Ma.y 55 15 Jan. 5623 Aug. 64, i Oct. 77 
15 May 57^20 Feb. 67112 Aug. 75 



July 82 
July 82 
24 July 82 
24 July t2 
5 Aug. 82 
9 Aug. 82 
12 Aug 



7 Feb. 69 31 Oct. 71I |i2Aug.82| 

16 Aug. 56 22 Feb. 57 '16 Aug. 68J16 Aug. 76 16 Aug. 82 
i6 Aug. 56; 7 May 60J16 Aug. 63 16 Aug. 76'i6 Aug. 8 
20 Aug. 56 3 Aug. 5820 Aug. 68,^20 Aug. 76120 .\ug. 8: 

:2i June 56130 Mar. 67121 Aug. 75 21 Aug. 8: 

18 Dec. 57 30 Nov. 63I29 Ma.y 67J21 July So 29 Aug. 82 

21 June 56! 6 July 67: 8 Sept. 75 8 Sopt.82 

2iJune56l 6 July 67 8 Sept.75 8 Sept.82 

2iJune56| 6Julj'67l 8 Sept.75 8 Sept.82 

ro Sept. 56 28 Dec. 57:10 Sept. 68 10 Sept. 76 19 Scpt.82 
20 Sept. 56 17 May 59^20 Sept. 68 20 Sept. 76 20 Sept.82 
iS Jan. 61 19 Apr. 64 14 Sept. 65; 8 Dec. 79'2i Sept.82 
23 Sept. 56 28 Apr. 58[23 Sept.68'23 Sept.76J23 Sept.82 
7 Jan. 62, 4 Jul.y 65'i3 Apr. 72! i July 81127 Sept.82 
22 May 57 15 Sept. 57 21 Sept. 60 26 May 73 I29 Sept. 8. 



16 Mar. 55' 2 Oct. 55 5 July 65 
2 July 58 15 Oct. 61 23 Jan. 69 

30 Apr. 55 16 Nov. 55 10 Oct. 65 

:i5 May 57 8 May 67 

5 Jan. 61 18 Dec. 63' 9 Apr 
o Oct "" 

20 Oct, 

20 Oct 



Apr. 74 29 Sept.82 

7 June79i29 Sept.82 

12 Dec. 7730 Sept.82 

I Apr. 76 1 I Oct. 82 

I July 81 1 5 Oct. 8 

56. 6 Nov. 57] 20 Oct. 68'2oOct. 7620 Oct. 8: 

56 20 July 58 20 Oct. 68l2oOct. 76 20 Oct. 8: 

56 4 Aug. 60 20 Oct. 68 ,'20 Oct. 76 20 Oct. 8: 



5 May 57! 6 July 67 '27 Sept. 76 21 Oct. 82 

15 May 57 6 July 67I 6 June77 ^^ O*^*"- 82 

21 June56l 6 July 67 28 O^t. 75 28 Oct, 

10 Aug. 56' 11 July 67:29 Oct. 75 29 Oct. 82 

9 A.pr. 64 15 Feb. 68J i Apr. 75I i July 81 31 Oct, 



4 Nov. 56 7 Sept. 58 
10 May 45 23 Oct. 57 



Nov. 68 

Oct. 64 

30 Mar. 55 26 Feb. s6|ii Sept. 63 

24 June 59 8 Jan. 64,23 Dec. o3 

Aug. 56 24 Sept. 67 



6 Peb. 58] 5 Nov. 61 29 Oct. 73 j 



Henry Pountney Darwall, Major, Royal Artillery 
p.f.c. Robert Wm. Thew Gordon, Capt. Argyll and") 

Sutherland Highlanders (93 Foot) j' 

Edward Roden Cottingham, J/i;/or, Royal Artillery 10 Aug. 56'2i Aug. 67 23 Dec. 75 

Frederick Knowles, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 4 Sept.6o' 4 Sept. 63' 4 Sept. 72^13 Aug. 77 

Arthur R.Lees, Jlifay'or,York&LancasterRegt.(84P.) 12 Sept.6o 4 Aug. 63! 3 Mar. 65; i Oct. 
Frederick Treuch Townshend. Major, 2 Life Gds.l 4 June6i 28 Jan. 62I 8 Aug. 65 i Oct. 77 

William Ward, Major, Royal Artillery '12 June 58 27 Aug. 58 9 June 63' 17 Apr. 78 

Arthur Frank Hamilton, J/a/or, Royal Engineers | ' 8 June 5o g Aug. 71 117 Apr. 78 

Sir Norman W. D. Pringle, Bart., Lt.Col. South) I o . o ^ t ^ ' >r ^J r , 

Staffordshire Regt (38 P.) [ |io Sept.58 16 Jan. 63 14 Mar. 68:22 July 

7).8.c.John Charles Ardagh, Cjy.M'a/or, R.Engineers 

jD.s.c. Thomas Eraser. CMG. Major, Royal Eog 

Pierce Tlinnin^^ Ilpmy Taylor. Jtfajor. Royal Art. ... 

Charles ( 'r |.-t;l^v.l :|. , Major, Royal Artillery 

Hervey Kkin,-; Kwr,, Major, Bengal Staff Corps ... 
William Siaiilox Ucl)l)ort, Jlfa/or, Royal Artillery ... 

Arthur French, Major, Royal Marine Artillery 

Robert John Bond, Major, Royal Engineers 

Rich. H. O. Haly, Major,Yov^ and Lauc.Regt.(84F.) 



4 Nov. 76: 4 Nov. 82 

5 Sept.77'11 Nov. 82 

I Oct. 77!ii Nov. 82 

I July 81 II Nov 

7 Nov. 75'i7 Nov. 82 

I Apr. 74 18 Nov. 82 



\ I Apr. 59! 3 Aug. 72 30 Nov. 78 
25 June 62:19 Aug. /4 30 Nov. 78 



II June 58 27 Aug. 58 17 Mar. 69 

22 June 59 21 Oct. 71 

: I June 59 ig Oct. 60 11 June 71 

'ioJune59l 6 July 72 

4 Feb. 58 8 Dec. 59 19 Sept. 67 
Dec. 58 3 Aug. 7 



;?.«.c. Henry Grey MacGregnr,36 Jfa/or, h.p. Wor- 7 ! ,, ' 
cestershiro Regt. (29 Foot) ..' j j29 May 58 

Bindon Blood, Major, Royal Engineers 

Geoffry Barton, Major, City of London Regt. (7 P.) 

p.n.c. Arthur FitzRoy Hart, Major, East Surrey ) ' 
Regt. (31 Foot) |- 



Dec. 78 
17 Mny 79 
II J une 79 
2 Aug. 79 
10 Oct. 79 
. . ,i2 0ct 
6 Nov. 58 II Feb. 62 31 Aug. 66 

5 June 60 10 Nov. 61^ 

19 Dec. 6o'25 Aug. 73 

Oct. 62 14 Feb. 65J I Apr. 74 
Dec. 64 29 May 67 i 3 June 74 29 



[8 Nov. 82 
[8 Nov. 82 
18 Nov. 82 
;8 Nov. 82 
[8 Nov. 82 
:8 Nov. 82 
:8 Nov. 32 
8 Nov. 82 
8 Nov. 82 
8 Nov. 82 
8 Nov. 82 
8 Nov. 82 
8 Nov. 82 

Nov. 8; 

Nov. 8 



20 Nov. 7y|i8 Nov. 82 
29 Nov. 79 18 Nov. 82 2 
29 Nov. 79 i8 Nov. 82 
29 Nov. 79I18 Nov. 82 



79 iS Nov. 82 



83 



Lieutenant Colonels. 



COENET, 
2I1CIl1BUT. LIEUT, 
or ENSIGN. 



James Allejne, 2£ajor. Royal Artillery 

j>.».c. C. W. Murray, 3/a/oc, Gloucester Regt. (6i F.J 
p.s.c. Wm. Charles Francis Molyneux, Captain, \ 

Cheshire Regt. (22 Foot) S 

Ronald Bertram Lane, Captain, Rifle Brigade 

John Frederick Free, Major, Royal Artillery 

James Woodward Scott, Major, Royal Marines 

Frederic Amelius Ogle, Major, Royal Marine Art. 
p.i.c. John Fred. Maurice, Major, Royal Artillery 
Wza. Henry M'Causland, Major, Cameron High- 1 

landers (79 Foot) ) 

AUiston Champion Toker, Major, Bengal Staff C. 

Thomas Jobr Jones, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Godolphin Yeatman- Biggs, Major, R. Art. 
Walter Fred. Kelsey, Major, SeaforthHighlanders ) 

(72 Foot) 3 

John B. Boyes, Major, Gordon Highlanders (75 F.) 
Seymour Duncan Barrow, Major, Bengal Staff C. 
/j.s.e.Uffi Euston Heni-y Sartorius, Major, E. Lan- 1 

cashire Regt. (50 Fooi) S 

Robt.H. Murray, Ca;9^.Seaforth Highlanders (72 F.) 
Wm. Western Taylor.J/ayor. Irish Fusiliers (87 F.) 

Charles Needham, Major, i Life Guards 

;<.».c.KonelmDigby Marray,ira;o)-,Irish Fus.(89 F.) 
Chas. Pierson Cramer, Major, King's Rifles (60 F.) 
George Ramsay Alured Denne, Major, 4 Drag, Gds. 
Kon. Oliver G. Powlctt Montagu, Major, R. H. Gds. 
j}.». C.Coleridge Grove 3fa/or,E.York8hireRegt.(i5F.) 
^.jr.c.Bethel M.Dawes, Major, Leiustcr Regt.(ioo F.) 
Leopold Victor Swaine, CB. Major, Rifle Brigade .. 
Richard liCigh, Major, Highland Lt. Inf. (74 Foot) 
William Arthur James Wallace, Major, Royal Eng 
Svr Arthur Wm, Mackworth, Bart. MaJM; R. Eng... 
John Arthur Armstrong, ilfa/or. Royal Engineers .. 
George Wm.Neslut Rogers, jl/<yor,Irish Regt.(i8F. 
ji.s.c. Edward J. Lugard, Ma^jor, Lane. Regt. (4 F.) 

Lionel Frederick Perry, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.x.c. Fffi Reginald Clare Hart, Captain, Royal Eng. 
Mon. Neville GeraldLyttelton,J/fyo»-, Rifle Brigade 
p.g.c.Henry J. T. Hildyard, Major^ Highland Lt. Inf. 

Alex. Mitchell Taylor, Major, 19 Hufsars 

Robert Chas. Coveny, Major, Black Watch ('42 F.) 
'Angustinus P. M. A. A. PorteUi, CMG. Major, \ 

Malta Fencible ArtUlery J 

John Gamier, Lt.Oul. Royal Engineers 

Edward Wm. Shaw. Lt. Col. Madras Staff Corps . . . 
Arthur Donald Butter, i'.C'oZ. Bengal Staff Corps 
Cornelius Francis James. Lt.Col. Bombay Staff C. 
Henry Sullivan Jarrett, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corp; 
Leopold J. Herbert Grey, CSI. Lt.Col. Bengal S.C 
Robert Gedoin Jenkins, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 
Edmund Swetenham, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Corps.. 
Wardlaw Cortlandt Anderson, Lt.Col. Bengal S.C 
James Shrabbs Iredell, i^. Co/. Bombay Staff Corps 
George Silver Keith, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps ... 
Charles Henry Cantor, X<. Co/. Bengal Staff Corps... 
George Adolphus Jacob, i/. Co/. Bombay Staff C... 

James Best Taylor, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps 

Thomas Ormsby Underwood, Lt. Col. Madras S. C. 
John Alex. Richmond, Lt.Col. Madras Staff Corps.. 
Charles Arkcoll Porteous, Lt. Col. Madras Staff C. . . . 
Heni-y Bristow Sanderson, ii. Co/. Bengal Staff C, 

ConnelO'Donel.ii.Co/. Bengal Staff Corps 

George F. Irving Graham, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff C... 
Charles James Garstin, Lt.Col. Bengil Staff Corps 

Allan Murray, i/. Co/. Bengal Stan Co^j 

George Atkins, Lt.Col. Bengal Staff Cuip* 
Fred. John S. Adam, Lt. Col. Bombay Starf v_«owp 
■Chas. James O. Chambers, Lt.Col. jflidras SiaO 
William Henry Wilson, Lt.Col. Bomu^iy Staff Corps 
Stephen Edw. Rice Butler, Lt.Col. Macu-as Staff C. 
John Charlton Kiuchant, Lt.Col. 11 Hussars 



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War Services of the Lieutenant CuJuiiels. 84-97 

1 Lt.ColonelAytovm served in the Southern JIahratta campaign of 1844-45, '''''^if^i .^^'^-^I'^'^J'^i ^,f^^^^^^ 
the forts of Punella PowrK^hiir, llonohur. and Munsuntosh. Served m suppression of the Indian mutiny m i8 
incluX^ the^^uit o7?Sntia Topee, actions with Bheels. siege of Dwarka, and action oSomnassa (Medal) 



'^™-.^};i,lfL---'lf'?!l*-i*L^!l^".l^ Master General xst Division 



Lt.Colonel 



Darling served in the Crimea as Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General 



subsequent to the fall of Sebastopol from October 1855 to the ist May 1856, _ rti,„ au„„c;„;ot, f.'^ 

s Lt Colonel W. L.Twentyman commanded the D Division of the Highland Transport Train of the Abyssinian Ex- 
peditionary Force ; c^mmWled Baggage Mules of the 2nd Brigade ist Division on the south bank of the Bashilo 
ri^er on the ,oth April ; was Transport Train Staff Officer to Sir Charles Stavely at the captui-e of Magdala; men- 
tioned Si desoatch- also "strongly recommended for extent and value of assistance" by Director of Transport 
Train^nSntionedln Sir Robert Napier's despatch as " distinguished for zeal and activity, and deservmg of 

'^."tt 5otnti\f w! Kn1u?sTi^Td w^th I'e Scots Guards m the Eastern campaign up to Sept. Z854, including 
the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) T„r,o.Sr- ^TiMnrtino- thP oipcn 

's Lt Colonel W Black served with the 42nd Highlanders m the Crimea from 14th June 1855, including the siege 
and fall of Sebastopot (Medal with Clasp tnd Turkish Medal). Served in the Kaiir war m 1878. Served also m 
theZulu war of 1870 (mentioned in despatches, C_B., Medal with Clasp). ,,.,,. , , e n^M,- 

» Lt CoToDel G B Traill served in suppression of the Indian mutiny, including the siege and capture of Delh 
(mentioned ?n despatchr, battle of Agra, relief of Luckno^ by Lord Clyde, defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at 
Cawnnore and Soorai"-hat, siege and capture of Lucknow Medal with three Clasps). • , ■,■ 

■^t^Colonel PKni?chbnll served with the 89th Regiment in the Crimea from the '^th December X854, including 
the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and attack of the 18th of June (Medal with Clasp, ar.d J^-^^l^'^lY^fi .tlhecanfnr,^ 

'■^ Lt Coloxiel F. Eteson served with the i8th Royal Irish throughout the second Burmese war, mclucbng the capture 
nf "Mnrfiban Rano-oon Prome and the Donabew stocScades (Medal With Clasp tor i egu). , . ,, t^ 

"'^"^^[.SenV Galbraith served in the Afghan war of 1878-80. first as Assis, ant ^'ij-tant General in the Konrum 
Division being present at the capture of the Peiwar Kotal (mentioned m despatches), in the operations m the 
Harfarand Khost Vallevs in the engagement at Charasiab on the 6th October 1879 (mentioned m despatches) , 
Sid in thfsuf seqiLnt occu^^^^^^^^^ Cabul ; afterwards served with the 85th Regiment in the Koorum Division, 
including the Zaimusht Expedition (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). ,„„,..„? «„ ^„a 

21 Lt Cblonel Bengough commanded a Battalion of Natal Native Contingent during the Zulu war of 1879, and 
was present in the engagement at Ulundi (mentioned in despatches, Brevet ot Lt.Colonel, Meda with Clasp). 

- Lt.CofonelF Longfield accompanied the force under Major R S. Baynes ?-/i>';l^,!'^':P"*:f,^^^3f "X ,eT4 
secured the Fort and magazine of PhUlour on the Sutlej on the 12th and ijtli May 1857 . aUo beived at the seige 
of Delhi and renulse of sorties on gth 14th i8th and 23rd July, and capture of tour guns on 12th Augubt 1857; 
a terwaXprS in theTctfon of ^ilko^^^^ 

of 6th Dec at Cawnpove and action of Khudagunj, also served m the Oude campaign of 183S-59 as Brigade 
Siarto Master to BrSai^ Force, and was present at the attack and capture of the Fort and town ot 



^3Lt C™ cJery Terv«f^in'lhe Zulu war of 1879. and was present in the engagement at Isandhlwana at 
Ulundi (mentionedm despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel. Medal with Clasp). Served m the Egyptian war of 1882 

^'"""u^Sofo^efF' L h'lTou i'eiSu the Crimean campaign from Dec. 1854 up to Sept. 1855. including the siege 
of Sebastopol and in the TiSiches with the siege train at the bombardments ofgth Aprd, and 6th and 17th Juno 
(MedafwTh Cla", an ITuS Medal) . Sei-ved in the Indian campaign in 1857-58. including the ac ion of Pandora, 
storm and capture of Mean- siege and capture of Lucknow, action of Barroe, capture ot Rampore Kussie, 

fS o?MucCgawn Tigree"?e^^^^ operations in the Jungle and capture of Jugdespore (Medal with 

^'S^Tl'r.r,inT,Pl T? V Martin served with the igth Regiment at the siege of Sebastopol from 31st Aug. 1855, and was 
dani^ro^usly wounded at the aslluft of the Redan on°the 8th September (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 
^^L^ToloLT H T Jones-Vaughan served in Bengal with the loth Regiment m suppression of the mutiny in 
1857-58; Sding the actions of Chanda. Ummeerapore, and Sultanpore, siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with 
Clasn) Serve 1 in the Afghan war of 1S78-80 as Brigade Ma or, Pcshawur Field Force, and was present at the 
Sptu re of irMusi d took X^^^^^^ iulo the liazar Valley as Orderly Officer to Hrigadicr General 

Tvtle • -ind in the Expedition into the Lughman Valley as Brigade Major (mentioned m Brigadier General Mac- 
phersm^s report) Was afterwards Brigade Major with the Koorum Field Force, and served with the Zaimusht 
SedHionary Forclinclud'n^^ the allViir at Zawa (mentioned in Brigadier General Tytler'a report, Brevet of 

''^7'Lmflo'nd'R.\L'Ma^^^^^^^^ with the 80th Regiment in the Indian mutiny and camp ngn in Oude ift 

i8q8--;Q including the canture of the Fort of Simree, actions of Bera and Doondeakera (Medal). 

^^L^CoCllG A PurL served with the 42nd Highlanders in the campaign of 1857-58 against the mutmeeis in 
India inoludng the actions at Kudygunge and Shumsabad, siege and fall of Lucknow, and assault of the 
Xiniere and Banks' Bungalow, attack on the Fort of Rooyah, action at Allygunge, attack and capture of 
Z-e WMeda wi^h Clafp) Accom the Gold Coast in September 1873 on special 

servTcef ind served thro^^^^ the Ashanti war of 1873-74. Employed at first on a ^^ecmiting mission m the 
settlements of the Gambia^ Afterwards in charge of the advanced party of Wood s Regiment in the reconnais- 
aanfp in fnrcp nf the 25th November and subsequent advance to the Prah. Commanded tlie Ueaa quarters ot 
mod's Ro'imeL at the battiroTimoaful, and was present at the battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie 
(mentiuuedmdespatches. Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). ti, a„ r ,?„ ^p^^Prl in thn 

31 Lt Clonel R '£ Thompson landed with the 56th Regiment m the Crimea on the 25th Au^'. 1855, served in the 
trenc^iies at the siege of S^bistopol. and was present at the tiiuU assault (M.dal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal), 
^'^t:^'m^:c^%^::ST:i:'\i^nn^ti.y campaign attached.toatroopof the 7.I1 H-sars fror. 
March to June 1858 Served with Fane's Horse during the China campaign ot iSoo, and was present at the 
act[onot°SinSo, aiingoftheTaku Forts, actions of tUe i8th and 21st September and subsequent operations 
before Pekiu. Was extra Orderly Officer to Brigadier Pattle during the actions ot the 12th Aug. and ibth Sept 
(mentioned in despatches, Medat with two Clasps) . Served throughout the Abyssinian campaign ot 1868 with tt e 
Transport Train, and was present at the fall of Magdala (mentioned in despatches, Medali. 

3i Lt Celonel A. B. Morgan served in the Hazara campaign in i368, mcluding the expedition against the tubes 

""-^LlBoroLTraSiSo" procS on special service to South Africa in November 1878, and served in the 
Zulu war of 187Q first as 2nd Stafl' Officer to Colonel Pearson's Column including the engagement at Inyezane, 
fnd afterwards as Brigade Major of the .st Brigade 1st Division (twice mentioned - ^e^Pf^'^ljf i^'.«/^7f* °^„^^ 
Medal with Clasp) . Went to South Atrica on special service m January 188. and served in the Boei wai ot 1881 
under Sir Evelyn Wood as Deputy Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master Ceneral. Served m the Egyptian war 
o?7882LDemtv Assistant Adjutant and Quirter Master General on the base and lines ot commumcation 
(mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal, and 4th class of the Osmanieh). 



98-9 



Majorr. 



LItLX. 



SIAJOJ 



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5 May 55l 3 Apr. 57 9 J»1J- i°| 5 Ji'l.v 7- '-' 
9 Dec. 53i 2 Oct. 57|i8 Jiaiie62| 5 July 72 
7 June54:io Aiijr. 55! i -lune 60 19 .liiu. 73 
12 Sept. 54I15 June 55,28 Dec. 60 6 Jan. 



John Buckley Castieau,' Captain, half pay. Royal Marin 

Frederick Stephen Terry, Major, h.p. 25 Foot 

Hector Tullot-h, Major, h p. Eoyal Engineers 

James Creagh, Major, Leicestershire Resrt. (17 F.) 

George John Hamilton, Jfo/or. Scottish Rifles (26 Fool) r-^,.,- .,,,, ^^t 

James Fielding Sweeney, Cajit. h.p. 83 F. S. O. of Pensioners 21 Aug. 49 21 Oct. 531 4 -ipu- 61 26 Jan, 

Henrv Grattan. Jl/a/or. Sussex Regt fssFoot) 15 June 55 6 Fe1i. 57' ^ ^^^^- ^i 2i) Alar 

Robert Edward Roe, Captain,\i.v. E6 F., S. O. of Pensioners... -3 May 53 15 Sept. 54 5 f^'^-% ' fpr 

Dudley I*orth, Major, M. Lancashire Reet. (47 Foot) 10 feept.58115 Oct. 61, 5 -(""c fcb, i A] 

William Winkwor'th Allnutt, >/o/cr. Roj'al Marines 

William Edward Despard. Cai,tain, h.p. Royal Marines;] 

Barrack Master ut Chatham 3 

Hem-y Francis Hutton, Major. Welsh Fusiliers (23 Foot) 

Wm. Aug. TrvdellHelden, CMG.Muj'r. Lcinster Regt.(ioo F.) 
Charles Jas. Bronihead. Maj.,r, South AVales Koiderers (24 F.) 
p.s.c Son. Henry John Liiidley Wond,^ Capt. h r.. 12 Lancers 
Henry Masterinan Thompson, jfujor. h.p. 82 Foot; Secre- ) 

taryanclAd/i,fin,fJ{.Militari,Anhim 3 

RoDertF. H. Macgregor, Cajit.h p Mil.T ain.S.O.ofPens 
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.(uneSi 
.Mar. 73 



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6 Oct. 55 14 Apr. 59 3 Aug. 67 i Apr. 74 

2 Dec. 62'.22 Aug. 68 

23 Mar. 581 1 Apr. 70 

20 Feb. 63,19 Oi-t 72 

2& May 7oi I Apr. 74 

6 June 54'29 Dec. 54 H Jtme 61 23 July 74 2" 

7 Dec. 5218 Aug. 54! 6 Sept.Gi 7 Oct. 



I Apr. 59 

7 Mar. 56 
30 Aug. 59 
30 Aug. U4 



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Apr. 74 



Apr. 



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Mar. 80 



Dei 



John Cobb, C«;'C.1i.p" r'. ■M-Ar\wr,'; ¥mir,.„.t'<'r'.Port>>mout1i Dic''^ June 49; i tetpt.53|26 8cpt.6i 25 Nov. 74 ■ 
Wm. John lane Milligan, 0:j-/. h.p. Military Train, Statf H 6 June 54^7 Apr. 57 8 Oct. 61 5 Dec. 7., 

Wm. sIm°MHclwa,"3/i^/,,r, '>lndras?tHff'c^^^^^ !'.!'.'.'.!!'.! .'.I20 Nov. 58! 2 Apr. ;9'i6 July 64 6 Feb. 75 

Wm.H. Clements. r,'//i' li.p. R. Marines. S. O. of Pensioners r" " ' " '^- - "" ' ■ " "' 

George Cati.pi cU R<is-, Mujc-, Bengal Staff Corps 

Edward Gladstone.' Ca},t,ii,i. h.p, E,..yal Marine Artillery . 

Samuel Cotter Kyle. Xlujir, R'.yal Ari.illeiy 

Hon. Albert B. d'e Moiitiiiorcvicy, J/.-/-/;-. Royal Artillery. 
Joseph George Shanks, 5 it/ «/V.r. li 1 i: x:;! Mmiiius 



14 Apr. 



John Herschel, Major, K . 
Isaac Peat Westnuirlaijd. Mnjoi 
Arthur Charles Pndday. Major, 
George A'geriioii Russell, Mojo 
William Bisset, Major. Royal A 



Wm. Stopford Mam 
William Thornss >h 
William Livosaj', '\r. 
Alexander Cook.'' M 
Montagu Willis Cini 
Samuel George lln, 
Hon. Robert Will in i 
Edmund George 1 ;i 
Henry Ravensh!i\\ 
Alexander Thoiii;i - 
p.g.c. Herliert Leoi : 
DeLacy Richanl I'l 
John i'ennvcuick, .1, 
Malcolm Furion 
Henry Nicholas Ree 
George LudViw Keiu 
George Auau^tus St 
William Vertne, Mo 
Francis Frazer John 
Alexander Regina 



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Staff Corps 
r, Bombay Stafl" Corps. 



Hev^-ett, Major, Bentral Staff Corps 20 J 



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June 57^30 July 
30 Dec. 5ii24Feb. s-i -^ > ;ii ' ' - ; > 

'loAlig. 5'. :•. Ihr. • ,- .1:,-, 

12 Jui.c s8|27 Aug. st i:;-'o!y '. .j I > ■. 
^o 1)1 c. 51 124 Feb. 54 22 May 62 27 Kol/. 
12 Dec. ^6 27 Aug. 58,10 Nov. 69 10 Mtir. 
12 iJrc. 56,27 Aug. 58;io Nov. 69 30 Mar. 
12 Dec. 56I27 Aug. 58:10 Nov. 6y 30 iihr. 
:i Dec. 57 27 Aug.58'26 Feb. 67] i Apr. 
12 June 58' 27 Aug. '8,13 Nov. 68 28 Apr. 
'loAusf. '^61 T Jan. 6829 Apr. 

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, .M:;y ., i .lii.i. so iu.l;.i,. 72,19 July 7' 
. .bill, t.2 2^ Mm- D-, 18 July 711:9 Aug. 70 
I Dec. S7 27 2^u^■. --,'S 26 Apr. 66 i Sept.7P 
• .lune S7 27 Aug. 5S 10 Nov. fg\ 7 Oct. 7t. 
June 58,27 Aug. 58 TO Nov. 691 7 Oct 7'^ 

10 Aug. 56 23 Jan. 681 9 Nov. 76 

Nov. 56 8 Oct. 61 '21 Nov. 68'2i Nov. 76 

10 Dec. 58 13 Oct. 70 8 Dec. 76 

L Jan. 57 14 Feb. 59I 4 Jan. 6g 4 Jan. 77 
t Jan. 57 24 May 59! 4 Jan. 6g| 4 Jan. 77 



Mo 
or. Mafiras 
Toke, Moj. 
Seton. Moj 



Madras Staff Corps 

Staff Corps 

ir, Bengal Staff L orps . 
jr. Royal Engirers .... 



William Eliotl Lockhiirt, Major, Royal Artillery 

'George Bean Macdorell. Mo/or. Ro-sal Artill-rv 

Charles Henry E«-art, .V»;V.r, Bengal Staff Corps 

William KwhanV Chambers. M-jor. Bengal Staff Corps 
Edwin Beddy, Major, bengal Staff Corjis 



Bomhav Staff Corps, 20 Feb 
Madras Slfiff Corps... 20 fib 

is Staff Corps 20 I'tb 

U-rv .12 Dec 

r>., .<t;,n Corps i 3 Mar. 57 

"p-^ I 4 Mar. =17 

y St:.)!' Corps I 



^oiit.59 

Mar. 58 

Mar. 57 28 Nov. 58 

Cor]>s ' 4 Nbir. 57 g Dec. 58 

Madras Staff Corps 4 ilar. 57 27 Nov. 59 
y Stafl' Corps 4 ilar. ^7 26 Aug. 60 



V€ Wm. Francis Fied. Wall 

Edward George Vere Ho'kv 

Williani Cctavius Pnord. J/, 

Philij) Heury Grcig, ?foj,,r, 

James Henry Prei di 1 ,, ^t 

Alfred Ollivant, J/,,,.,-, i, ,,. 

Charles Peter Newpoi-., .1/,, 

Charles Wodehousc, Moi,.r 

Charles John Oswald h'uv. ( '• 

William HassaHs Yales, ,1/. 

George Henrv Oakes, JZ-vVw, .\b.oras .-<t»ff Corps 

Henry IMiam Whcler, Major. Bengal Sthff CorpH 6 ilar. 57 18 May 

Henry Fane l^avlei.t Sewell. Major, Madras Staff Coips .. ... 20 Mar. 57 4 Julv 58 

Robert Walter ilesketh. Major, Madras Staff Corps >o Mar. s7 2 Feb. to 

Francis Randdph Trevor. Mojo,-. Madras Staff Corps I20 Mar. 57 29 t^ept.fi 

^.«.c. Edward Vicars li..^lo. .l/«//.,r. Ro\ al Artillerv i 18 Oct. 56 

William Franci,- l!:,.l2lrv, Mo,,,,-, [5 11 gal Staff Corps j 4 Apr. 57 i" May ^8 

Francis Heniy V-.u.'lcy/vo. .l/,//,j^, Maoras Stalf Corps ' 7 Apr. 57 i8 Feb. 60 

Charles ?:dMard Rial, ]\loi,,r, Royal Artillery 'u June 58 27 Aug. 58 

Michaol.lohn Se.xton. J/,,/,,,-. Royal Artillery 1 .... io Dec. 5- 

Francis William Crant Major, Bengal Siatt' Corjis '20 Apr. 57 18 Mav ■;S 

Francis Ncwlaii.l .Martin Mayimrd,.Vf//oc. Bengal Staff Corps;-, o Apr. 57 18 Jlay 58 



57, 9 July 57,20 Jan. 69 20 Jan. 77 
20, Ian. S7, 7 Jan. 59 20 Jan. 69 20 Jan. 77 
.Ian. =7 6 Mar. 60 20 Jan. 69 20 Jan. 77 
.'.'in. -7 ,0 Apr. =SJ22 Jan. 69(22 Jan. 77 
H. c. ,7 L7 Aug. 58 10 Nov. 6923 Jan. 77 
.Iiilu-53 27 iVng. 58I I Sept.69129 Jail. 77 
.lime 5S 27 Aug. 58J12 Seiit. 69129 Jim. 77 
Feb. 57 -50 Apr. ■;8|2o Feb. 6y'2o Peb. 77 
Feb, "s7 5o A(.r. 58 20 Feb. 69I20 Feb. 77 
Feb. 57 iS ilay 58 20 Feb. 69 20 t"eb. 77 
June 58 20 I'eb. 69:20 Feb. 77 
Se]ii.6o 20 Feb. 69(20 Feb. 77 
Aug. 61 20 Feb. 69120 Feb. 77 
57 27 Aug. 58,24 Nov. 66I28 F ■ 



3 Mar. 691 3 Mar. 77 

4 Mar. 69' 4 Mar. 77 
4 Mar. 6ui 4 Mar. 77 
4 Mar. 69 4 Mar. 77 
4 5Iar. (g 4 Mar. 77 
4 Mar. 69 4 -Mar. 77 16 June 79 

57 2 Sept.6o! 4 Mar. fg 4 Mar. 77 
- 6 Mar. 69 6 Mar. 77 
;o Mar. ig 20 iiar. 77 
oMar. fg .oilar. 77 
o Mar. '9:20 Mar. 77 
2 Feb. 6b I i Apr. 77 
4 At r. 691 4 Apr. 77 
7 Apr. 69. 7 Apr. 77 
4 Sei.t.69 10 Apr. 77 
7 May 68'2o Apr. 77 
o Apr. 69 1 20 Apr. 57 
A))!', f'y -o Apr. 7 



Arthur Frederick Laughton, 2Iajor, Madras Staff Corps ;2o Apr. 57 26 Aug. 58 20 A]ir. 6g 20 Apr. 

James Henry Gfirdon, Major, Madras Staff Corps iio Apr. 57 V4 June 59 20 Apr. 69 20 Apr. 77 

Hugh La timer Ellaliy, J'/o/or, Royal Artillery i S Apr. ^71 8 Aug. • 830 Apr. 7: 

Edwin ColnettCrrhvn, Major. Bengal Staff Corps ...., | 6 Mhy 57 18 May 58I 6 -May 69 6 May 77 

TliomasWilha'M f(ol,Pi'ts. Major, Royal An illery iv June 58 27 Aug. 58:15 Sept. 69; 7 May 77 

AdamHoL'-L', l/""--, l;.mbay Staff Corps 16 May 57 4 Dec. 57 i5 May fg'ieMay 77 

(■l!ark■^ ]"- !' ' ■ : (,ii Straker, J/iyor, Royal .\rtillery... 12 June 58 10 De^.'. 581 j Jau. 70(24 May 77 

John Hi'iii;, linn. I ., l/ii/or. Royal Art: drr.\- ' !....| 15 May 57(22 Aug. 68I30 May 77 

Robert- CMi'i-ijur.M UiyMlale. ilf<//or Royal Anillury 1 15 May 57(22 Aug. 68^30 May : 

James Harl' '"i Waivvyii. Major, Wel>h Fusiliers (23 Foot)... 25 July 5^ 30 Mhi'. 58! 6 Feb. 63 2 June • 7 
Bruce Bnnr, 3/(//or, Royal Engiueers ...i '. " 15 May 57' 6 July 67 6 June 7; 



Majors. 



Beupal Stiiff Corps 

:Madras Sinff' Corps 

, Mu/'or. Bombay Staff Coi-ps 
ski jl/u;oj-,Beiigal Staff Corps 



CORNET, 
2nd LIEUT. 
OrENSIGW. 



^r:,ii- l:. 



12 June 57] 27 Apr. 58 12 June 69 12 June 77 

12 June 57 1 6 May 59 12 June 69 12 June 77 

13 June 57 19 Jan. 58 13 June 69 13 June 77 
13 Jime 57 18 May 58 13 June 6g 13 June 77 
13 June 57J18 May 58 13 June 69 13 June 77 

13 June 57, 18 May 58 13 Juno 69 13 June 77 

)■- 13 June 57I18 May 5813 June 69 13 June 77 

I ijis !i3June57J 2 Dec. 58'i3June69 i3June77 

Ijs 1 13 June 571 16 Jan. 59 13 June fig 13 June 77 

13 June 57 9 Mar. 59 13 June 69 13 June 77 



[3 June 371 



Fitzherbert Coflilinirron, Ma/'or 
William Robert Sheffield. Maio 
George HenryForbes Codriug-tc 
Henry Charles Antnnv Szfzppiv 
Stephen Beckett, J/.-.'."-. licinj-i. 

Thomas Au,t;u^" I- s ■!' 1/ 

Travers DodLC-i : ' 1 1 , 

Joshua Wad^liii.. ; 1 - . ■! 
Robert VaugliH 11 :dai-. 
John Gatacre, Mujur, I ; i ■ ; ' ^ 
Charles Edward 'B1u.\. ' -, 
James Herbert Mai si I 1 m . ■ , 

George Mackenzie, Mujor. \ 

Francis John Wise, 2Iajor. i,i': 
Francis Skelton FitzPatnck, J/ 
Richard Charles Evanson. Jim 
p.s.e. Alexander Charles Hauiili 
Henry de Stuteville I^aacsnii, Mnjor. Royal Artillery 

Edward Georg-e VVace. Mojor, BeneRl Stnff Corps 

Frederick Kilgonr. Major, Madras Staff Oirps 

William Scoit, JiLijof. B(]m>iay Staff Corps 

William Samuel Seton, J/.'/or, B .n.tjav Staff Corps 

William Frederick .-^andwiib, J/»;u)-, Bombay Staff Corps 

Henry Warde Webster, Maiur, Beiiafil St^iff Corps 1 26 July 57|i8May 5 

George Scott Hills, J/«>^ Ben<^nl Staff Ooros ' i -—• 

Charles James Duraml, ^lajnr, Bengal Staff Cr.rj 
Henry Gordon Waterfield. Major, Beuiral Staff C 
Coryudon Thomas I'utt Luxmonn 
Henry William Blair. Major. \::.. 
Bowness Fischer. Major, Tilai 
Kenlis Fergus Stevenson, J/.- 
Talbot Bradlont Midnletnii (. 
Valentine Bird', 1.' ■ ' ' "1, 



Apr. 59 13 June 69 13 June 77 



(/'))•, Uoyal Engineers 



Feb. 60 13 June 69 13 June 77 

[3 June 57 25 Feb. 60 13 June 69 13 June 77 

[3 June 57 26 May 60 13 June 69 13 June 77 

3 June 57J15 Aug. 60 13 June 69 13 June 77 

I iS July 61 13 June 69 13 June 77 

^23 June 57 6 July 67 15 June 77 

23 June 57 10 Nov. 68 i July 77 

ji8 May 58 i July 69, i July 77 

!5 May 60 11 July 69 11 July 77 

. July 69 20 July 77 

July 69 20 July 77 



WHEir 
PLACED OK 
HALF PAT. 



13 June ; 



July 
July 57 1 



.July 57^16 Feb. 59 
I July 57 1 2 June 60 



Uo July 57|iq June 60 20 July 69 20 July 77 

]^C T,,l„ -_ _o AT _o _/: I„l.. ^_ ..^ T..1,, __ 



4 Aug. 57j 18 May 



M,, 



M.-: 



Aug. 57 
Aug. 57 
Aug. 57 
Aug. 57 
■57 



May 



26 July 69 26 July 77; 
4 Aug. 69 



,i^;;ilS. 



Samuel Bar 
Richard Perei,a 
James Law L.1,1, 
Willoughby }l:.i 
Henry Stepbi ; - 
Thomas C;h:;iUr- 
William Tulneii 



•s, Maf 



uorps 

Corps 

1 1 Engineers 
il Artillery .., 
llery 



df Corps 



Robert Joynt Gordon Grant, Major. Sussex Regt. (35 Foot) 
James Arthur Morrah, h.p. Depot Battalion, Staff Officer [ 

of Pensioners J 

Samuel Bradburne, il/. ' /, T.. ■' -;■ i !i 1 " ili. 1.7 Foot) ... 

George Augui-tus Cai:-. .. ." ' . ', ' ,!;■ i- 

John Rice Newbol', (-" ' s > : ■ ^ i 1 ;) -. (5 Foot) 



4 Aug. 57 
u Aug. 57 
20 Aug. 57 
20 Aug. 57 
22 Aug. 57 



12 Dec. 57 
[2 Dec. 57 



20 Sept. 57 
24 Jan. 52 



4 Aug. 69 
May 58; 4 Aug. 69 
June 59' 4 Aug. 69 

18 Nov. 59 
I Mar. 61 

1 Oct. 61 

19 May 58 
25 Apr. 58 

2 Jan. 61 20 Aug. 69 20 Aug. 77 



Aug. 77 
Aug. 77 
Aug. 77 
Aug. 69 1 4 Aug. 77 
Aug. 69! 4 Aug. 77 
Aug. 69' 4 Aug. 77 
Aug. 69 II Aug. 77 
o Aug. 69 20 Aug. 77 



24 July 58 22 Aug. 69 22 Aug. 77 1 
10 June 59 14 Jan. 71 22 Aug. 77 j 
27 Aug. 58 6 Dec. 66] 24 Aug. 771 
27 Aug. 58 I Oct. 671 6 Sept. 77 

I Oct. 57 24 July 69 10 Sept. 77; 

4 Feb. 59 20 Sepl.Cg 20 Sept. 77 
" - Oct. 77 



ders (78 Foot) 
. (89 Foot) , 
egt. (55 Foot) 



Francis William Haii 
Thomas Mackenzie, - 
Henry liOwis Uarvt^- 
James Francis Movu 
Robert Warner Stone, 
Alfred Robert Wm. TlnMiet)nva\ te, Jl/.y'«,-, Northumber 

land Fusiliers (5 Ifcot) j 

Arthur Jolliffe TuIdcU, Ma/ur, The Border Regt. (34 Foot).. 

Mark M. Gillies. Major. The Bnider Regt. (55 Foot) 

p.s.c. George James l.JilUard, Mtijor. li,p. 18 Hussjir 



8 Sept. 54 



10 Dec. 52 22 Mai'. 63 

11 May 55 28 Apr. 63' i Oct, 

29 Mar. 55 23 Mar. 58 15 May 63 

i6 Nov. 60 9 Apr. 61 12 June 63 

3 Aug. 55 15 Jan. 56 23 June 63 

HI Foot) !2o July 55 15 June 58 i July 63 



Feb. 56I.30 Apr. 58 28 July 63 



Feb. 



5 Mar. 58 17 Nov. 63 



James Get 




(■u 


•klmrn 


Mai 


jr. 


James Hes 


ietl 


,c< 


,>f. h,p. 


,\liu 


nr 


George T 


L. 


(..'a 


i-withen 


. Jic 


I'J 



13 Oct. 54 
- ,>6 0ct. 55; _ _ . 

Regt. (80 Foot) 23 July s8 31 Jan. 60 17 Nov. 63 
1 16 Mar. 55 [26 Oct. 55 22 Jan. 6 
15 May 57 
15 June 55 1 20 Apr, 
[18 Jan. 59 



77 
Oct. 77 
Oct. 77 
Oct. 77 
Oct. 77 
Oct. 77 



63 I Oct, 77 



Oct. 77 
Oct. 



Oct. 



wickshire Regt. f6 P'.) 15 Apr. 56 
Train, S. O. of Pensioners '21 Feb. 56 
King's Own Bordercrs'27 Nov. 57 
Major, S. Yorkshire Regt. (51 Fooi)| 2 Nov. . 
6 July 
28 Dec. 5; 
I June 



Charles Kj-rle Chattiel 

George Malcolm, Major, The Border Regt. (34 Foot).'. '.! 6 July 55 

Thomas Turner, Major, Scottish Rifles (26 i'uot) 

p.s.c. James John Niel Buchanan,^" Major, h.p. 5 Dragoon - 

Guards; Brigade Major, Mauritius j 

John Charles Douglas, Major, Worcestershire Regt. (29 Foot) I 3 July 60 
Edward Everett, J/Vy'ur, Cameron Highlanders (79 Foot) ...' " ■"' 
Robert John Jocelyn Stewart, Major, la i l.-l.n, j;'-t. (66 F.j 
Henry Macgregor Lowry, .Jfiy'or, Sull. i I. i; 1 1 Inut) 



Jeremiah Bingham Kersteman, Major. 
.c. ^Alfred Gabriel Wynen, Major, Hi 



Mar. 55 

Sept. 57 

31 Aug. 55 



I Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

I Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

[ Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

[Oct. 77 

Oct. 77 



looF.) 22 Sept 



■(39F.)i 



Oct. 



Robert Jefferson Spofforth, Captain, h.p. 59 Foot : S. O. of V i irn. 

Pensioners j 12 Mar. 5^ 

William Keough, Major, Suffolk Regt. (12 Foot) '.'.'. ...\ 6 June 55 

William Crosby Siddons Mair, Major, Suffolk Regt.(i2 Foot.) ,28 Mar. 58 
p.s.c. ColpoysJarkynsHeaslop, Major, R. Marine Artillery 1 20 Dec. ^4 

Charles Richard Tiernoy Davidson, Major, Royal Engineers 

Bruce Hull Melville, J/u/or, Royal Engineers 

Marius Charles Newail,'ilfo/oc, Royal Artillery .. ... .'. 12 June 58 

John Roberts Hogg, Major, Royal Engineers 

Napier George Sturt, J/a/W, Royal Enciueers 

Thomas Pilkington White, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles John O Neill Ferguson, Major, Royal Engineers 

George Herbert BoUand, Major, Royal Engineers 

Richard Warren Stewart, Major, Royal Engineers....!. "!!!!! 
p.s.c. Wm. Francis Moore Hutchinson, Major, Royal Ai-tillery 

Albert Thornton Wodehouse, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Conrad Sartorius, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Osmond Francis Le Mottee, Major, Royal Artillery 
Patrick FitzGerald Gallwey, Major, Royal Artillery ,!'...!!!.!!! 
Charles Henry Fairfax Elhs, Major, Royal Artillery 
John Egorton Gubbins, Major, Ro.v al Artillery 

Thomas Claridge Manderson, Major, Roval Eno-iueers 

Lewis (;„uway-Gnr,loii, Major, Ucival Engiiieer" 

Wm. Riehani Chaiies llruugij, Maior. iWal Artiiierv ' ' . 



1 Oct. 58 16 Feb. 64 

o Feb. 64! 

22 Feb. 61 26 Fell. 64 

26 Feb. 58, 3 May 64 
20 Feb. 57 5 July 64 

13 Jan. 60 16 Aug. 64 

15 June 58 13 Oct. 64 
29 Nov. 57 28 Oct. 64 
28 Jan. 59 3 Jan. 65! 

8 Sept. 54 14 Mar. 65' I Oct. 77 17 May 
7 Nov. 62 25 Apr. 65 

14 Sept. 55 2 May 65 
25 Sept. 60 9 ilay 65 

23 Mar. 58' 16 May 65 
7 Apr. 63! 9 June 65 

31 Aug. 58 30 June 65 
6 June54|i8 July 65 

2 Oct. 58,29 J»ly 65 

16 Aug, 59! S Aug, 65 
19 Dec. 561 3 Aug. 67 

I Oct. 57|i4 Aug. 67 
I Oct. 57 21 Aug. 67 

27 Aug. 58 21 Dec. 67 
I Oct. 57 8 Jan. 68 
I Oct. 57 22 Jan. 68 
I Oct. 57 22 Feb. 68 
1 Oct. 57 4 Mar. 68 
I Oct. 57 4 Mar. 68 
I Oct. 57 17 Mar. 
I Oct. 
I Oct 

Oct. 57 I Oct. 69 
Oct. 57 .30 Oct. 69 
Oct. 57,15 Nov. 69 
Oct. 57 24 Nov. 6q 
Oct, ., ~ '~ 

Jan. 



July Si 



I Oct. 77! 
1 Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct, 77 
1 Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
lOct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
Oct. 77 



June 57 27 Aug. 58 

Dec. 57 27 Auif. s8 

II Dec. ^^S 



t. 57 31 July 6g I Oct. 77 

t. 57 8 Aug. 69 I Oct. 77 

" - ' I Oct. 77 

I Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

>.,. >., I Oct. 77 

8 Dec. 69I 1 Oct. 77 



Oct. 77 
I .Tuly 70 I Oct. 77 
4 July 70 I Oi-t. 77 



Majors. 



COKNOiT, 
;ndLIEUT. 
OrBNSIGN. 



Thomas Tapper Carter. ^<^^°'-. J^9y'^l^'^,?T|!f^i;ieers 

Jiobert Peroival Penriefatber, Major, Koyal Engineers 

I.S Vincent Shortland. Major, Roy al ^ti ery 

< harles William BreretonK«^;oi% Royal J^tillery^^^^. ^^.^■•• 
Francis Charles Oavegan 3/«jor Berksh re Regt. (49 Foot) 

vriio->i TTildvird Murrav.Jfojor, Royal Artillery..^ 

Bi"cl^?nX^eC?aUrd;Wr;Bombay^^^^^^^^ 

AValter Ualeigh Trevelyan, Mgjor, Bombay Staff Corps 

fViarlcs Albert Dodd, Major, Bengal ^\^<^,^°;PL^iJCorps ' 
Willou"-hby Thomas Brereton, 3Iajor, Madras btau ^oips 
1^'^dTrlck-leorge Jack.on, K./00 Scot^^^^^^^^^ 



29 Mar. 61 
12 Dec. 57 

4 Oct 
4 Oct. 57 
4 Oct 
10 Oct. 57 

30 Mar. 
20 Oct. 57 



rdm-Wm. Chas". Hay Miller, Sfajor, Madras Staff Corps 
William Salmond, Ma.jor, Royal Engmeers.^.^^,. 
Fred. Ludwig Mathews, ilfa;or, 2 West India Regt, 

.lohn Ward, Major, Madras Staff Corps ■— ;-;;c;Vntf CorDS ^ ' ^-" " 
. ■ harles St. John Barren Barnett, .5r<,/07-, Bengal Staff Corps 
Hay Cameron, Major, B,oyal A-rtillery .. 



LIEUT. 



27 Aug. 58 

10 June 59 

11 Dec. 58 
II Dec. 5S 

9 Oct. 61 
27 Aug. 58 
25 Oct. 59 
13 June 60 
18 Feb ' 
17 Feb. 60 
6 May 59 
I Jan. 62 



K.igene Hay Cameron, Major, Koyai ^ " Yllerv 

.i„hn Heathfield Stratton, Major, ^pyj^}^^^'^^^J„^]-A--^c 
XormanMacleod Thomas Horsford, :^-f"."»'',^«,^f^(l„^'f^^- 
^raliam I^ycester Samuells, M^,or, Benga^ Staff Corps. ... 
William Lynd Noverre, Ma,or, Bengal Staff Corps. 



May 58 
Nov. 57 
Nov. 57 



Charles Ellison Terrot,.1/.y-o. Shropshire Lt^M^ (53 Foot) 

James Robert Davies Cooke, Major, Royal Artillery 

Kdward Smith Gordon, 3J:ajor, Roja Art! ory 

Francis Thomas Lloyd, Major, Royal Artillery 

.lamesPhilips,K«/or, Bombay Staff Corps 

John Cairncross, Major, Royal Cannes ...^.^._^^^^...^ 

Theodore William Hogg, Major, Bengal Staff Corp^ 

Ueorge Mansell CoUings. 3Iajor. b. p. Royal Engineers 

John Biddulph,Jfa>r, Bengal Staff Corps ^^^ 

Charles Allan Baylay, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Thomas Rooke Tabuteau. 3fajor Madras Staff Corps .... 
HoUoway Walrond Hastings, ^^^V.or, ^^^^ra^ ^t^^ Covp^ ... 
Hurlock Galloway Pritchard, iU.yor, Madras Staff Corps ... 

WilUam Henry Wilkins.Ji^ayo,- Bengal Staff Corps 

Robert Henry Palmer, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

.Tohn Grierson, Major Bombay i^taffpoips 

Elphinstone Shaw, Major, Madras Staff Corps ....^^.^ 

Alexander Fairhe Dobbs, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

George Ohrvstie, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

John Finnis, Major, Bengal Staff Corps •■:--'^-v:,--- 

Charles Edward Macaulay, Major Bengal Staff Corps 

Albert Francis Orchard, 3fajor, Madras Staff /.orps^^...^.^.. 
pse Arthur L'Bstrange Hamilton Holmes,Kq;or,BengalS.C 

George James Gillies, Major Royal Artillery .^..^.^.. ^ 

Horace Ralph Spearman, Major, Bengal Staff Corpi, . , 

Fra. Rich. Arabin Brown Constable, 3fc;<„-, Bengal S^C. ..., 

James Duncan Macpaers.m, j;/<yor Bengal Staff Oorps 

WUliam Heathcote Vn.vin Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Hubert Langton Walter, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Herbert Bruce Jacob, Major. Bombay Staff Corps 

William Granville Sharp. Jf«,/or Madras Staff Corps .... 

, William John Gillespie, Major, Berkshire Regt. (49 Foot) 

James Henry Robert Cruickshank, Major, Royal Engineers 

John Delves Broughton, Major, Royal Marines ... ...........^. 

Henry St. John Vaughan Le Marchant Thomas-Le Mar- 1 
chant, JlSfaJor, Royal Artillery ,- ;•;:;; '' 

Henry Francis Phillpotts, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas James Cotton, Major, Madran Staff Corps 

George Coussmaker, Major, Bombay Staff Corps .. 

Montague Protheroe, CSI. Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Francis Middlecoat, 3£aj(»; JIadras Staff Corps 



i Nov. 57 
I Nov. 57 
. Nov. 57 
I Nov. 57 
; Jan. 59 



27 Nov. 57 
19 Apr. 54 
4 Dec. 57 



14 Dec. 70 
14 Jan. 71 

20 June 71 
23 Dec. 71 

21 Sept. 65 
10 Dec. 67 

4 Oct. 69 
4 Oct. 69 
4 Oct. 69 
10 Oct. 69 

22 Sept. 65 
20 Oct. 69 

Nov. 68 



20 Jan. 58 
II Dec. 57 

11 Dec 

12 Deo. 57 
2 Dec. 57 
2 Dec. 57 
2 Dec. 55 
2 Dec. 57 
2 Dec. 57 
2 Det. 57 
2 Dec. 57 
2 Dec. 57 
2 Dec. 57 
2 Dec. 57 
5 Dec. 57 



I Oct. 157 I 
4Sept.6o28 0ct. 68 
.2 Dec. 58 4 Nov. 69 
12 Dec. 50! 4 Nov. 69 
June 57 7 Nov. 68 
. Oct. 57 20 Dec. 69 
26 May 58 20 Nov. 6 

Oct. 58 20 Nov. 69 
__ Feb. 59I20N0V. 69 
31 Oct. 59120 Nov. 69 
9 Dec. 61 i3Sept.67 
" ' I Jan. 70 

10 Jan. 70 
8 May 70 
7 Nov. 69 
I Nov. 65 
4 Dec. 69 
7 May 69 

1 Nov. 71 

2 Dec. 65 
69 i 



Oct 
I Oct. 57 

1 Oct. 57 

2 July 61 
5 Jily 55 

18 May 58 
23 Dec. 57 
18 May 58 
27 Apr. 58 
I Jan. 62 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug _ 
27 Aug. 58 
7 Aug. 58 
7 Aug. 58 



I WHBIf 
MAJOU- PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 
I Oct. 77 1 
1 Oct. 77 1 
I Oct. 77 

1 Oct. 77 

2 Oct. 77 
4 Oct. 77 
4 Oct. 771 

4 Oct. 77; 

4 Oct. 77! 

10 Oct. 77 

11 Oct. 77 1 

20 Oct. 771 

21 Oct. 77 
31 Oct. 77 

4 Nov. 77 
4 Nov. 77 
7 Nov. 77 

7 Nov. 77 
20 Nov. 77 
20 Nov. 77 
20 Nov. 77; 
20 Nov. 77 
24 Nov. 77 
24 Nov. 77 
24 Nov. 77 
24 Nov. 77 
27 Nov. 77 [ 

2 Dec. 771 

4 Dec. 77! 

5 Dec. 77I24 Aug. 78 

8 Dec. 77 
II Dec. 77 

Dec. 77 



22 Feb. 67'i2Dec. 77 
27 Apr. 67ji2Dec. 77 
12 Dec. 69 12 Dec. 77 
12 Dec. 69I12 Dec. 77' 
Dec. 69,12 Dec. 77 



18 Dec. 57 

19 Dec. 57 

19 Dec. 57 
Dec. 57 
Dec. 57 

20 Dec. 57 
20 Dec. 57 
31 Aug. 58 

June 58 
24 June 54 



li July 591^ Dec. 6912000. 77 
II Oct s9!i2Dec. 69i2Deo. 77 
I Feb. 60,12 Dec. 69 12 Dec. 77 
18 Nov. 60' 12 Dec. 69,12 Dec. 77 
i2Mar. 6ili2Dec. 69 12 Dec. 77 
I Oct. 61 12 Dec. 69,12 Dec. 77 
6 Nov. 60 15 Dec. 69 15 Dec. 77 
I Oct. 57'24Dec. 70 15 Dec. 77 
25 Apr. 6o' 18 Dec. 6o|i8 Dec. 77 
22 Oct. sSigDeo. oci^g Dec. 77 
Au" -9'iQDec. 69119 Dec. 77 
" " o Dec. 69'2o fiec. 77 
c Dec. 69*20 Dec. 77 
o Dec. 69*20 Dec. 77 
o Dec. 69 20 Dec. 77 
oOct. 65I21 Dec. 77 
5 May 70 21 Dec. 77 
7 Mar. 6625 Dec. 77 
Jan. 78 



Henry John Stock, 31ajor, Bombay Staff Corps 

Edward MacDonald Stevenson, 3J[ajor, Madras Staff Corps 
Harry Miles Burgess, ^'VO'-'^oy^^J^''^^^}''^^,.,]--:-; 
Thomas Challoner MarteUi, Major Royal Ai-tiUery 
Charles John Staunton CahiU, 3Iajor, Bombay Staff Corps 

Ponsonby Sheppard, Ko/or, 2 West India Regiment 

John GrahamM'Rae, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Robert Atkins, Major, Bengal Staff Corps. 

James Richard Marett, Major, Bengal Staff Corps.....^. 

John Charles D'Urban Murray, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edmund Austin, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Robert Hamilton Vetch, 3fa/or, Royal Engineers 

Thomas Bernard Michell, ifa/or, Bengal Staff Corps 

Hippesley Cunliffe Marsh, -»^«i<"-. Bengal Staff Corps ..^..^.^ 

Robert James iBrown Simpson, Major, Madras btafl Corps 

Charles James Toller Whitlock, Major, Madras Staff Corps 
ps c Henry Manvers Moorsom, Major, Royal Artillery 

George John Burgmanu, Major, Royal Artillery •••■••■■ 

Henry Marsh Septimus Magrath, Jlfa;o7-, Madras btatio. 

Charles John Parquharson," Major, h.p. Bengal btaH C 

Edmund Henry Evre, .Ua/or, Madras Staff Corps 

George Bruce Sinipson, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Herbert Lionel Gwyn, Major, Royal Artillery... 

Henry Maxwell Robertson, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Arthur Roberts, Major, Royal Artillery 

Duncan Norton-Taylor, Major, Royal Artillery 

Sydenham Cubbon Clarke, Major, Royal Engineers 

Ponsonby Ross Holmes, Jlfa/or, Hoyal Mar'""" 



Mo 
oMay 58 
3 Dec. 58 
2 Jan. 60 
30 Apr. 61 
27 Aug. 58 
24 Nov. 55 
I Oct. 57 

1 Oct. 57 
9 Sept. 59 

29 Nov. 59 
9 Mar. 60 

2 July 60 
19 Aug. 60 
12 Sept. 6( 

I Oct. 57 
I Oct. 57 

21 Feb. 59 

8 May 

30 Apr. 60 
7 June 58 
5 Deo. " 
I Oct. 
5 July 60 
3 Dec. 57 

26 Feb. 66 

22 Oct. 58 

9 Mar. 60 
9 Mar. 60 
I Oct. 57 
I Oct. 57 
I Feb. 59 

29 Oct. 60 
I Jan. 62 
25 Aug. 58 

23 Dec. 57 
23 Dec. 57 

I23 Dec. 57 

I23 Dec. 57 

I 9 Dec. 59 

4 June 54 1 18 Dec 



4 Jan. 58 
4 Jan, 
4 Jan. 58 
4 Jan. 58 
4 Jan. 58 
4 Jan. 58 



20 Jan. 5I 
4 Mar. 65 
2 Feb. 58 
4 Feb. 58 
4 Feb. 58 

12 Feb. 58 

19 Feb. 58 

20 Feb. 58 
20 Feb. 58 
20 Feb. 58 



4 Mar. 58 
4 Mar. 58 
4 Mar. 58 
[I Mar. 58 



Jan. 



7 Jan. 71 1 

24 Mar. 71! 2 Jan. 78, 
4 Jan. 70! 4 Jan. 78 
4 Jan. 70! ^ Jan. 78 
4 Jan. 70' 4 Jan. 78 
701 4 Jan. 78 

^ 70' 4 Jan. 78 

4 Jan. 70; 4 Jan. 78 
10 July 71 10 Jan. 78 
20 July 71 1 10 Jan. 78 
"o .Tan. 70*20 Jan. 78 
22 Aug. 63 1 2 Feb. 78^ 
2 Feb. 70] 2 Feb. 78; 
4 Feb. 70 4 Feb. 78; 

4 Feb. 70 4 Feb. 78 
20 July 71 6 Feb. 78 
10 Jan. 69 12 Feb. 78, 

o July 69! 16 Feb. 78; 

9 Feb. 701 19 Feb. 78 

■oFeb. 70' 20 Feb. 78: 
20 Feb. 70120 Feb. 78; 
20 Feb. 70 20 Feb. 781 

7 Sept. 71 20 Feb. 78; 

5 Sept. 71 
4 Mar. 70 
4 M:ir. 70 
4 Mar. 70 

ti Mar. 70 
n Sept. 71 
28 Sept. 71 
28 Sept. 71 
28 Sept. 7 1 
30 July 71 
23 May 66 



ronaoiioy rvusBij.nu.^..^, .--"./-• , ■-•■;■,.";■•' \„, June ^41 i Mar. 56 23 Aug. oo 30 luai. /o 

Alfred Hei,ry Pnscoe, Major Royal Marines ^■..■■■■.. ^4 J!^'ie54 s ^ = jiar. 78 

William Reeves Bunbury 3fayor Bengal Staff Corps ..... 1 31 Mar. jSU? Mai. 0313 7 i ^g 

ArchibaldDunstaffnageCampbell,J/"./or, Bengal Staff C... 4 Apn 58 3i yc^- * ^^r. 70I 4 Apr. 78 

James Wm. Abbot MichdU, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 4 Apr. 58 =5 Jan. Oi 4 ^P • 7 



Feb. 78! 
Mar. 78; 
Mar. 78 3 May 81 



Mar. 
,1 Mar. 78 1 

12 Mar. 78; 

13 Mar. 78 
13 Mar. 78I 
13 Mar. 78 
18 Mar. 78 
26 Mar. 78 
30 Mar. 



1 



Majors. 



Edward Nicolls Peters, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Charles Geast Dugdale, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Fred. WUUam Best Parry, Major, Cheshire Regt. (22 Foot) ... 

John Henry Crowdy, Major, Royal Engineers 

Honorius Sisson Sitwell, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Albert Lyon-Campbell, Major, Royal Engineers 

Frederick Lawrence Haleman, Major, h.p. Madras Staff) 

Corps; CoramandanI of a Battalion of the Nair Brigade J 

Charles Wm. Ingleby Harrison, Major, Royal Engineers 

Joseph Withers. Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

PlemjTig George G.yll, Major, Royal Artillery 

Kenneth James Loch Mackenzie, Major, Madras Staff Corps... 

James William Maedougall. Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Christopher Charles Pemberton, Major, Bombay Staff Corps... 

Montagu Clementi, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

James Poleglaze James, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Edward Robert Conolly, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Clarence Henry Palmer, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

George Herbert Trevor, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Matthew Morton Bowie, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Montagu Maxwell Carpendale, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Henry Charles Morse, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

David Thompson Hatchell, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Charles Henry Coles, Ma.jor, Bombay Staff Corps 

William Gwynne Hughes, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Arthur Theodore Woodhouse, Major, Madras Staff Corps ... 

Alexander Sinclair Grove, Idajor, Madras Staff Corps 

Henry Charles Davies, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Charles John Watson, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Charles Alexander Cuningham, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

John Stevenson, Major, Scots Fusiliers (21 Foot) 

Richard Melville Clifford, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

George Reynell Gibbs, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Thomas Henry Binny Young, Major, Madras Staff Corps ... 

Frank John Wroughton, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Frederick Harcourt Williamson, Captain, East Lancashire > 

Regt. {30 Foot) J 

William ShererMaud, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Honywood Hughes Hallett, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

George Vivian Sivewright, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Somerset Clive, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Kenneth Maokinnon. Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

WilUam Henry Hoskins, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

William Brereton Birch, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

John Hudleston, Major, i^i(h-:is Staff Corps !!! 

George Logan, Major, Boiil,m1 Stall' Corps "!......!".'.! 

Henry Norris Jones, Major. Royal Artillery ........[......'.....^.^Z 

Robert John Watson, Majur, Worcestershire Regt. (29 Foot) 

George Young, Major, BeugiU Staff Corps 

Michael Alexander Rovvlamr.sou, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Matthew Conway Poulc, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Walter Carr Mackimnin,'* J/o/or, h.p. 3 Foot; A. A. Gen.\ 

for Ma^hetr^l, i;,,up,> ' i 

Arthur BUiyiiuyOij.idin-tun, Majur, Royal Engineers 

Joseph WilUam t-'it/.genild, J/„/„r, h.p. Essex Regt. (56 F.); > 

Secretarij and Adjutant, Hiberuiaii Military School S 

Thomas Dawes, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

George Thomas, Major, h.p. Madras Staff Corps 

James Barry Slater, Ma:Jor, Bengal Staff Corps 

Archibald Buchan Hepburn, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

James Ord Goldie, Jf It/or, Madras Staff Corps 

Adolphus VaUings, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Stephen Edward Atkinson, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Bonham Brydges Faunce, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Ebenezer Rogers, Capt. h.p. slWest India Regiment, Staff [ 

Officer of Pensioners j 

Charles Simeon Noble, Major, Bengal Staff Corps!!!!!.'"...!.!... 
Rowland Ernie Kyrle Money, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Thomas Burnett, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry Slrachan Elton, Major, Madras Staff Corps 
John Chadwick Doveton, Major, Madras Staff Corps . 

George Henry Tillard, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Henry Thomas Halahan, Major, The Buffs (3 Foot) 

Oswald Mosley Bradshaw, Major, Madras Staff Corps 
Wilham Jackson Parker, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Arthur Poole, Jtf'u/or, Bombay Staff Corps 

Francis WilUam Nixon, Jlfq;or, R. Engineers 

John Corsane Robinson, Major, R. Artillery 

Stephen John Stevens, Capiam, 16 Lancers 

James L. N. Willis, Major, Bengal Staff Corps .!!.. ..!..!.!!.!!..! 

Ashton John Shuttleworth, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry John Nuthall, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

James Wm. Smith Butler, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

George Walter Charles Rothe, Major, R. Artillery 

Thomas James Charles Aylmer Studdy, Major, R. Artiiiery 

Charles James Hamilton, Major, The Buffs (3 Foot) 

p.s.c. Fras.Coniagsby Hannam Clarke, CMCf. 3fa/or, Rovai I 

Artillery ./ > ^ l 

Henry Trotter, CB. MajorlRoyaiEagineeTs' .'.'.'. ! . 

Hopton Scott Stewart, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Basil de Beauvoir Tupper, Major, Royal Artillefy 

Walter Ernest Forbes, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 
Samuel Swmton Jacob, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 



COBNKT, 

ndLIEUT. LIEUT. | 
or ENSf GN. I 

■ [23 pec. 57|__ 

5 June 551 iSept.57110. 
7 Aug. 58!iS Jnn. 61I 
23 Dec. 57 
=3 Dec. 57 
!3 Dec. 57 



26 May 58 
[ June 58 
^ June 58 



16 Apr. 60 
27 Aug. 58 
2 Oct. 60 

22 June 5S 

LI June 58 27 Aug. 58 
II June 58; 27 Aug. 58 
II June 58127 Aug. 58 
II June 58 22 Oct. 38 

11 June 58 j 23 Aug. 61 

12 June58J27 Aug. 58 
[2 June 38 27 Aug. 58 

' 27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
2 June 59 

1 Oct. 59 
19 July 60 
30 Aug. 60 

25 Dec. 60 

2 Sept. 61 

1 Oct. 61 

2 Oct. 61 
I Jan. 62 

26 July 61 



j2 June ^ 
12 June 58 
12 June 58 
12 June 58 
12 June 58 
12 June 58 
12 June 58 
12 Jiuie 58 
12 June 58 
12 June 58 
12 June 58 
20 June 58 
25 Aug. 54 
25 June 58 

25 June 58 10 iyxar. ua 

25 June 58 24 Mar. 61 
25 June 58 29 Sept. 6 [ 
5 Mar. 58 5 Aug. 59 

23 Dec. 57 

4 July 58 2 Jan. 60 
23 Dec. 57 

23 Dec. 57 

20 July 58 23 Dec. 58 
Julv 58 31 July 60 
" '■ " 2<Dec. 58 30 
I July 59] 4 
I Jan. 62] 4 
22 June 55123 
13 Feb. 6j' I 
Apr. 60 



30 July 5 
■ Aug. 58 
Aug. 53 

Dec. 6d 
'Aug, 



20 Aug. 58 17 June 60 
20 Aug. 58 I Jan. 62 

!4 Aug. 52 17 July 57 
23 Dec. 57 
[4 July 57 9 Aug. 60 



2 Sept. 58 
2 Sept. 58 
4 Sept. 58 
4 Sept. 58 
4 Sept. 58 
20 Sept. 58 
20 Sept. 58 
25 Sept. 58 
24 Oct. 56 
4 Oct. 58 
9 Oct. 58 



Oct. 58 
20 Oct. 58 
20 Oct. 58 
!4 Nov. 57 
4 Nov. 5ii 
4 Nov. 58 
[I Nov. 58 



!i Aug. 65 
[3 Nov. 58 

[9 Nov. 58 
?oNov.58 



4 bee. 58 



. Mar. ^, 

5 Apr. 61 
I Apr. 59 

29 Aug. 59 
I Jan. 60 
24 May 59 
15 Aug. Oil 20 
9Jau. 61!: 

13 Aug. 58 26 

6 Mar. 59 1 4 
2: Dec. 60 9 
22 June58|28 

14 Feb. 61 20 
I Oct. 61I2 
I Jan. 62|2 

26 SeiJt. 6oj 
6 Dec. 59 
26 Aug. 601 . 
II Sept. 6o|ii 
18 Deo. 60! 25 
li Dec. 6ii 7 

15 Apr. 7ij 
II June 61 

I Oct. 58 
21 Aug. 60 
26 Apr. 61 
I Oct. 5^ 
- — J. 57 25 Aug. 58 
7 Mar. 58 22 Oct. 61 

9 Dec. 59 
8 June 60 
I Oct. 61 
I Oct. 58 
10 Dec. 58 
10 Dec. 58 





WHBir 


.VPTAIIf. 


MAJOB. 


PLiCED OM- 
HALF PAT. 


Oct. 69 


17 Apr. 78 




Nov. 65 


I May 78 




Jan. 6& 


1 May 78 




Jan. 71 


22 May 78 




Jan. 71 


22 May 78 




Jan. 71 


23 May 78 




May 70 


26 May 78 


I June 79 


Dec. 70 


I June 78 




June 70 


4 June 78 




Sept 71 


3 June 78 




June 70 


1 1 June 78 




June 70 


II June 78 




June 70 


II June 78 




June 70 


II June 78 




June 70 


II June 78 




2 June 70 


12 June 78 




2 June 70 


12 June 78 




J June 70 


12 June 78 




2 June 70 


12 June 78 




2 June 70 


12 June 78 




2 June 70 


12 June 78 




2 June 70 


12 June 78 




June 70 


12 June 78 




June 70 


.1 June 78 




June 70 


12 June 78 




June 70 


12 June 70 




> June 70 


12 June ;i 




June 70 


12 June 78 




June 70 


20 June 78 




Nov. 6s 


25 June 78 




June 70 


25 June 76 




June 70 


25 June 78 




June 70 


25 June yi 




June 70 


25 June 78 




Nov. 65 


I July 78 




Jan. 71 


I July 7S 




^ July 70 


4 July 78 




t Jan. 71 


.iJuly 7S 




i. Jan. 71 


14 July 7B 




. July 70 


20 July 78 




5 July 70 


20 July 78 




5 July 70 


30 July 78 




i Aug. 70 


4 Aug. 7& 




Aug. 70 


4 Aug. 7? 




Sept. 71 


7 Aug. 78 




Dec. 65 


20 Aug. J 8 




> Aug. 70 


20 Aug. 78 




> Aug. 70 


20 Aug. 78 




Aug. 70 


20 Aug. 78 




Dec. 65 


23 Aug. 78 


13 Sept.7Q 


July 71 


24 Aug. 78 




Jan. 66 


2 Sept. 8 


3 Oct. 3i 


Sept.70 


2 Sept.78 




Sept. 70 


2 Sept.78 


16 Sept. 8i 


Sept. 70 


4 Sept. 5 8 




Sept. 70 


4 Sept. 78 




Sept.70 


4 SepD.78 




Sept.70 


20 Sept.78 




Sept70 


20 Sept.78 




Sept 70 


25 Sept.78 




Jan. 66 


2 Oct. 78 




Oct. 70 


4 Oct. 78 




Oct. 70 


9 Oct. 78 




Sept. 71 


16 Oct. 78 




Oct. 70 


20 Oct. 78 




Oct. 70 


20 Oct. 78 




Oct. 70 


20 Oct. 78 




Oct. 66 


I Nov. 78 




Nov. 70 


4 Nov. 78 




Nov. 70 


4 Nov. 7f 




Nov. 70 


II Nov. 71 




Aug. 73 


II Nov. 7! 




Feb. 75 


iiNov.yJ 




Mar. 77 


II Nov. 78 




Nov. ,0 


13 Nov. 78 




Oct. 71 


16 Nov. 78 




) Nov. 70 


19 Nov. 7f 




> Nov. 70 


20 Nov. 78 




Oct. 71 


26N0S'. 7f 




Jan. 68 


27 Nov. 78 




June 67 


30 Nov. 78 




June 71 


30 Nov. 73 




Aug. 72 


30 Nov. 73 




Dec. 70 


4 Dec. 78 




Oct. 71 


5 Dec. 78 




Dec. 70 


10 Dec. 78 




Dec. 70 


10 Dec. 78 





[03 



Francis Ward Major, Mujo.; Bombay Staff Corps 
iUiam Barron, Major, Bengal Staff toipe 



Majors. 



I COBNBT, 

andLlEUl. 

lorENSXGK, 



Wm. JamesWeicyssJlur.Ma^or. Bengal Staff Corps 

Robert Smyth-Thompson 3i«;or. Bengal Staff CoiTS 

Charles Willis Goaf.ey, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

WUliam Freeth. i^^Jo^'}^^'^''"^^^''^^°^£c^^s. Z 

Clayton Turner Lane, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Edward Newbery,J/.yoi-Beni.al Staff corps ._.^.. 

William Saurin Brooke, Jr.yor, Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles Jl'Neile, Major, BeuiralStaS Corps 

Robert Bullock, Major, >ladras Staff Coi^ps^^.^-^----"--" 
Edmund Samuel Lndlovv,.cm ^"^'"•'^^,^if„'^^f ^ ^° ^ ., „ x.e. 
Henry Lowther Nut, ^«r- ^TSafstTfffcs:::;.::::... .t Dec 



LIEUT. 



Dec. 58 
Dec. 58 
Dec. 5S 
Dec. 



II Dec. 58 
Dec. 5^ 29 ^ar. 59 
; Dec. 58129 Mar. 59 
Dec. ■;?lw Junetg 



Dec. 70 

1 Dec. 
I Dec. 70 



10 Dec. 78 
[I Dec. 7f 

11 Dec. 76 



WHEN 
PLACED OK 
HALE PAT. 



Dec. 70H Dec, 



Dec] iS|ii Dec. 70 



Dec 



Dec. 58 
Dec. 58 
Dec. 5' 



Albert WiUoughby Foord, Major, QfafFCorus " i^ec, 

Henry Albany Hammond, Maior, Madras Statt Cm p^^. 

Charles John Birch Harris, Major Madras Stafl Corp. .^ 

,..e. Hughlngraml^ei^Foi^ir^j^^al Axtineiy .^^ ^^ 



John Ha?vey Arnaud, 3/o>r. Royal , T^^„=-,pej,s I 

Richard Henry Rosser, Ji„.,;or Hampshire f £S • (37 Joot) . 
Bolton James AllredMonsell, J/«yor, h.p. 73 1 ■; ^rf/"*""' "/ j 



6 Apr. 5: 
8 July 6: 
19 Aug. 6: 

7 Sept. 58 
29 May 

14 Apr. 



Dec. 7o|ii Dec. 78 
I Dec. 70 II Dec. 78 
I Dec. 70 II Dec. 78 
I Dec. 70 II Dec. 78 
I Dec. 70 II Dec. 7' 
I Dec. 70 11 Dec. 7! 

I Dec. 70 11 Dec. 78 
.1 Dec. 70J11 Dec. 78 

I Dec. 70,11 Dec. 7? 

II Dec. 701 II Dec. 78 
12 Dec. 70] 12 Dec 78 

6!:li4 Dec. 78 



I July 59 

8 Apr. 60 

1 Sept. 60 1 
30 July 6i 1 
12 June ^' 

I Oct. 6i| 

I Jan. 62 
27 Auk. 58 23 May 6!; . 
27 Aug. 58,.:! Oct. 68b,oDec. 



;6 Apr. 



b\ 2 Mar. 66 31 Dec 



(43 Foot) . 

Edmund Peel Ethelston, Maj 



, Somerset 



Lt. infantry (13 F.),24 Aug. 54 



Edmund Feel Jitneiston, juajur ^'^'^^'■°'-" :""-;-- ,"-p-^) ' ;„ auo-. 56 
Robert Prince, Major, Shropshire Ligbt Inlantry (53 J; oot'-f ^ ^ - 5 
Henry Stanley Howard .U«/or Hampshire Begt. {37 Foot) .... 9 Uec 

Thomas ArnoU Davis, ^'^^^'^v^^py/^.tvaf Artillery ':::::::.^ Dec. 57 

Antho_ny Hepburn Murray, 2Iajor, I^oyal Artillery ^ ^^^^^^ 

,...11 June 58 
.... 1 1 June 50 
....;i2 June 58 
....•12 June 58 
....!i2 June 58 
....I12 June 58 
.... 12 June 5S 
.... 12 June 58 



Fendall Lewis, Major, Royal Artiller.y .. 
Henrv AlexPiidcr, Major, Royal Artillery 



Ross 

John He , , .,, ^ 

Spencer (-..-'n. -'.■- ■- !- ' ^ ^V' !^^^ 

TTncrli T -,1 Mlillery 

H';?nld K, ' i;..valAi-tillery 

SSedEdvaiu ..:,n.„.;n, ^r,, r, R^yal Artillery 

S^ SS& m;^^^^:'^S|^ Artijj^'T ::::: 

Mark Algernon Ohaldecutt, J/«>r, Royal Artillery 

Fred. Wm. Mackenzie Sprii.g, Major, Royal Artillery ^ 

ComWall Henry Campbell, Ji.yor Royal Artillery 12 J 

Francis James Mortimer, Major, Royal ArtiUerj , • 

Henry Doveton, 3/«./or, Ro.val Engineers. , • 

Frederic Jervis Home. Major, Royal E-^S'^eer^^ i. J 

Ernest Lindsay Marry at, Major, Royal Engineers , ■ 

Maxwell James Macartney, Major Royal Engineers 
Bruce Outram Seton, Major, Royal Engineers 



10 Dec. .s6 

,iMay 64l23Mar. 66l3iDec. 78 

23 Aug. 64123 Mar. 66"-- ^« 
29 Oct. 61 20 Apr. 66 

Oct. 58 8 May 66 

24 Dec. 58 8 May 66 
Feb. 55 '5 Hay 66 _ 
9 Nov. 57 15 May 66 31 Dec. 

- '- gMav 66|3iDec. ,-, 
8 Nov. 68131 Dec. 781 
4 Dec. 6SI31 Dec. 78; 
7Mar. 69I3' Dec. 7&I 
7 Mar. 69 31 Dec. 78 



n Seton, Major, Koyai r.ngmeei» ■■- , 

ArthnrRowley^Heyland, ./../... Bon^^ 



Jan. 65 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 5^ 
27 Aug. 5^ 
27 Aug. 58 
27 .■ 

27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug 
27 Aug. 58 
III Dec. 58 
58 27 Aug. 58 
II Dec. 58 
lioDec. 58 

7 Aug. 58 
o June 59 
o June 59 
9 Dec. 59 

8 Mar. 6) 



31 Dec 
31 Dec 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 



:7 Apr. 81 



Grav Townsend Skipwith, Major, Royal Engineerg 
BeMv Srveagh Crichton. .Major, Royal Engineers .... 
Edward D'Oyley Twemlow, Major, Royal Engmeers . 

Henry Fyers Turner, Major, Royal Engineers 

Hamilton Tovey , Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Hills Goodeve, Major, Royal Artillery.. 

George Best, Major, Royal Artillery 

David Adamson.jl/o/or, Bengal Staff Corps ■■■■■■■■■■■■ 
Alex. James Donnelly Huwes, 2lajor, Bengal Staff Corps.. 



Robert Mosely Bryce Thomas. M,un 



Bengal Staff Corps 6 Jan. 59 



William John Pickance, J/»./.r, Madras Staff ^orP!,- — -- ° f^' ^ 
Charles Drummond P. Payne, Ko;or, Bombay Staff Corps ...|i2 Jan 59 



Aug 
27 Aug. 58 

9 Dec. 59 
;3 Dec. 57 
•2 June 58 

I Oct. 58 
.1 Dec. 58 

9 Nov. 6c 

g Nov. 60 

9 Nov. 60 

4 Aug. 6i 

I Jan. 62 

I July 60 

IP. Payne, Ma/or, uomoay ctau i^uipo ...|i- "^v-. j^i . •; g 

Beniamin Vaughan Arbuclle, J/«,.r, Royal Artillery .^....j- June 58 =7 An^. 5 

Sir Benjamin Parnell Bromhcad. Bart. Major, Bengal S. C....|i8 Jan. ^gj J _^_^^ ^^ 



Dec. 

3S Sept.6g'3i Dec. 78; 
16 Oct. 6q 31 Dec. 78 

8 Dec. oglsi Dec 78] 
18 Feb. 70;3i Dec. 78] 
29 Jan. 7i;3iDec. 78, 

I May 69 31 Dec. 78 1 

1 July 7031 Dec. 78} 
8 Jan. 70I31 Dec. 78! 
g July 703: Dec. 781 
5 Oct. 7031 Dec. 78' 
4 Dec. 7031 Dec. 78; 
4 Dec. 70;3i Deo. 78 
4 Dec. 7o!3i Dec. 78! 
:4 Dee. 7o'3i Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 70:31 Dec. 7S 

2 Jan. 71,31 Dec. 78 
4 Jan. 71I31 Dec. 78 
4 Jan. 71I31 Dec. 78 



^r;s:r.:::.:::::;o Jan. 591=^6 Jam 61 

n^nl RnCriTlPftrS ...I ''sOct 

5 July 59 
I Jan. 62 



James Salisbury Tait, 3/..,, . , , . t, ; ^ „i„^^r.^ 

vat John Rouse Merriott ( ba.a, . .,,"'"'". Eojal Engineers 

Y€ Gonville Bromhead, r,,.,„». S. N\ -^| Borderers (24 Foot) 20 Apr. 67 

Charles Harley Bridges, Majur i^^^^i'^al Staff Corps^-^^. | 4 ^eD. .g 

Loudoun Francis Campbell, Major, Madras Staff Corps 4 ^eb. 

Charles Smith Harvey. 3/</;or, Roj al Artillery ^^^ 

James Ludlow Ferris, Major, Bengal Staff C^orps .^. I 4 Mai . 

Henry William John Senior, Major, Bengal tetaff Corps 

Edward Persse, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Alexander Bredin, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Richard Westmacolt, Major, Bombay Stafl Corps 

George Lamb, Major, Royal Artillery :■•;•:•.:, 

James Raymond Johnstone Dewar, J/aj or. Royal Artillery 

Clement Winstanley Carly on , 3/«./or, Royal Ma rmes 

William Arthur Salmon, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 12 Apr 

Alexander Baber Douglas. Major, Bengal Staff Corps 20 Api 

Thomas Eraser Bruce, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Lewis Williams Taylor, Major, Royal Artillery 



2 Aug. 71 

Sept. 71 

1 Oct. 71 
I Oct. 71 

5 Jan. 71 
t) Jan. 71 

6 Jan. 71 
6 Jan. 71 
6 Jan 



Dec. 
T Dec. 78 
I Jan. 79 
I Jan. 79 

5 Jan. 79 

6 Jan. 79 
6 Jan. 79 
6 Jan. 79 
6 Jan. 79 



Albert Edward Hamilton SinytU, Major, E. Yorkshire feegt. \ 

John Macdonald Moody, Jlfayor, Royal Marines 8 May 55 ^9->.f^ 



4 Feb. 59! 

4 Mar. 50 ! 2 Feb. 60 

4 Mar. 59! 9 Nov. 60 

4 Mar. 59,^=9 Aug. 61 

:i Mar. 59 1 5 ieb. 66 

19 Mar. 59 ^° Feb. 61 

,2 June 58 27 Aug. 58 

12 June 58 27 Aug. 58 

23 Apr. 55 : 3 July 58 

59 14 May 61 

jg II May 60 

Apr. 59 31 Aug. 60 

June 58 '■? Aug. 58 

June 60 [ 3 Oct. 62 

Nov. 58 



Jan. 7i]i2 Jan. 79J 
I Aug. 72;i6 Jan. 79J 
18 Jan. 71^18 Jan. 79 

20 Jan. 71120 Jan. 79 

21 Jan. 79 23 Jan. 7gl 
23 Jan. 79 23 Jan. 7g 

4 Feb. 
4 Feb. 
I Oct. 



James Waterhouse, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

George Edward Huncock, Major, Eorobay Staff Corps 

Si? tJI^UnS^T^V.'f^^^^^S Bo°Zy sVc.-:::::. lo June 59 



2 June 59 17 May 79: 

3 Aug. 67 26 May 79. 
1 June 71 I June 79 
3Aug.67l 4 June 79 

10 Juiie7i!io June 79 
10 June7t'io June79l 

1 ^^ff ^T.:"""-° ^- ^^ " ?- j^l- i;r -' 1^ ^r 5^ 



Mar. 71 
Mar. 71 

. Mar. 7 1 
Mar. 71 

I Mar. 71 
Aug. 72 
-Vug. 72 



Feb 
4 Feb. 79! 
9 Feb. 79 
4 Mar. 79 
4 Mar. 79 
4 Mar. 79 1 
;i Mar. 7g 
g Mar. 79 
6 Apr. 79 
6 Apr. 79 



3 Aug. 67,12 Apr. 79 



Apr. 

Apr. 

20 A|ir. 

I Aug, 



Apr. 79 

i Apr. 79 

, Apr. 79 

II May 7g 



Hay, -U.y"-, 15c 



! 59 22 Nov. 



June 79 
June 75, 



Majors. 



104 



James Lawtie Fagan, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

I Thomas Richard Byng, Major. Madras Staff Corps 

Robert Athorpe, Major, Royal Engineers 

I Thomas Walker, Major, Royal Artil'ery 

I John Randal Wilmer, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

I Colin Hubert Garbett, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

George Frederick Bryant' 3/a/or, Bombay Staff Corps 

I James Murray Murray, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Henry Webster, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers (20 Foot) 

Walter John Tatham, Major, Royal Artillery 

[John Graham Pollock, Major, Royal Artillery 

• Richard Wood Robinson, Major, Bedf .rdshire Regt. {16 Foot) 

John Donaldson Cruickshank, Major, Royal Engineers 

Mackey Andrew H. J. Heriot, Major, Royal Murines , 

p.s.c. Cuthbert ColUngwood Suthbr, Major, Royal Marine | 
Artillery '. ) 

Herbert William Shoubridge, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Pero.y C'larles Whalley, Major, Royal Artillery 

Henry de Parny Rennick, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

John Barnes Sparks, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Thomas Hartwell Kirby, Major, Clieshire Regt. (22 F.) 

Walter Marshall, Major, Bombay S'.aff Corps 

George Richard Peart. Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Frederick Hope Mathias, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Trevor F.i-nce Trier, Major, Royal Artillery 

Charles Eibs-anl Baker Leacock, Major, Royal Artillery 

\p.s.c. Marcu>; Francis Henry M'Causland, Major, R. Artillery 

Edward Gurdon Lillingstoii, Major. Bengal Staff Corps 

Simon Simpson, Major, Royal Artillery 

Duncan George Pitcher, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Campbell Walker, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Edward James Gunthorpe, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

James Fellowes, Major, Royal" Engineers 

John Lannoy Tweedie. Major, West Rent Regt. (97 Foot) 

Christopher William Townsend, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. George Augustus Noyes, Major, Royal Artillery 

Alexander Eraser Stewart, Major, h.p. Bombay Staff Corps 

Bichard Nagle,'^ Major, h.p. Scottish Rifles ; Town Major, \ 



CAPTAIN^. MAJOH. 



Artillery 



f^taffCorps 
-air Corps 



tillery. 



Inlifax, Nora Scofi, 
Edmund Hill Wickha 
Richard Harry Wiilia 
Jaspar Gustavus Silve-t^ 1 ! ia\ .• -, .!//;.-/•, Royal Engineers.. 
Edmund Donough Collius uHimij. Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Woodward, Major, Royal Engineers 

George John Skinner, Major, Bengal Staff Corps — 

Irving Stening Allfrey, Major, Somerset Lt. Infantry (13 F.) 
Reginald Justus Wimberley, -!/■'/ ' " ' " 

Edward George Blenkinsop, Mm 
Charles Faulkner Glass, Major. I: 
William Davis Welch, Major, li. 
Vincent Wing, Major, Royal Artil 

Tilson Shaw Magan, Major, Madras' Staff Corps 

Robert Young Armstrong, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.s.c. Reginald Laurence H. Curteis, Major, Bedfordshire') 

Regt. (.6 Foot) J 

Henry Johu Cholmeley, Major, Bedford.^hire Regt. (16 Foot) 

Robert Parry Nisbet, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles Henry Tilson Marshall, Major, Bengal Staff Corps ... 

Henry French, Major, Bomlmy Staff Corps 

p.s.c. George Edward Grover, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles Harland Craigie Halkett, Major, Royal Engineers... 

Charles Bowen, J/o/or, Royal Engineers 

William Hutchinson Mulloy, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Randall Slacke, Major, Royal Engineers 

Albert FitzWilUam Taylor, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

John Talbot Coke, Major, King's Own Borderers (25 Foot) ... 
Charles Edward Pinckney Simpson, Major, Worcestershire') 

Regt. (29 Foot) ■ ' J 

George Washington Smith, Major, Shropshire Lt. Inf. (85 F.) 

Thomas Astell St. Quintin, Ma.'jor, 10 Hussars 

Arthur Singleton Wynne, Major. S. Yorkshire Regt. (51 Foot) 
Dodgson Hamilton Thompson, Major, Bengal Staff Corps ... 
James Cook, Major, Bengal Staff C' 



Artillery 



rps 



I'ugal Staff Corps 
ij- Staff Corps 



Robert George Swayne Marsh 
Robert M'Grigor Stewart, Maj 
Edward Joseph de Lautour, 21, 
George Walters Rogers, iVa/or, 
John Davidson, Captain. Bcul.': 
Richard Wace, Captain, i; > al . 
Thomas Francis Hotadav, ''.7'/ 
ITC O'Moore Creagh, C'rpf mi, 1 
Ernest Henry BuUer, Major, Rifle Brigade 

William Cox, Major, Somerset Lt. Infantry (13 Foot)) 

p.t.c. Frederick Cardew, Major, S. Lancashire Regt. (82 Foot) 
Dudley Thomas Persse, Major, Somerset Lt. Infantry (13 F.) 
p.s.c. Charles Lacon Harvey, Major, Highland Lt. Inf. (71 F.) 
p.s.c. Edward Essex, Major, Gordon Highlanders (75 Foot) ... 

Henry Robert Yates Browne, Major, Royal ArtUlery 

Hugh Richard, Viacount Downe, Major, 2 Lite Guards 

Percy Harry Stanley Barrow, CMG. Major, 19 Hussars 

p.s.c. Howard Molyneux Edward Brunker, Major, Scottish) 

Rifles (26 Foot) ; / 

Walter I'urke Jones, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Hougham Charles Huntley, ilfajor, Lincolnshire Regt. (10 P.) 



I COHNET, 

l2ndLiEUT 

lor ENSIGN. 

June 59 9 July 61 n June 71 II June 79 
: June 59 I Jan. 62U June 71 H June 79 
22 June 58 27 .Tan. 72 11 June 79 
10 June 59 22 Mar. 71 18 Ju 
22 June 59 22 June 71 22 June 79 
27 June 59! 4 Feb. 61 27 June 71 27 June 79 

27 June 59 22 Aug. 61127 Jnue 71 27 June 79 
'22 .Tune 59 II Nov. 71 27 June 79 

2 May 58 16 Sept. 59 17 Mar. 69 i July 79 

|22 June 59^11 ^fov. 71] I July 79 

'10 June 59 '19 Mar. 721 i July 79 

28 Oct. 59J30 Juue63|i4 Aug. 67' 2 July 79 
Dec. 59 14 Jan. 71 1 4 July 79 



WHEN 
PLACED oir 
HALF PAT. 



17 Aug. 35.14 Apr. 59 
26 Oct. 55 4 May 59 
21 July 59 18 Mar. 61 

|22june59 

5 Aug. 59117 Mar. 63 
5 Aug. 59 1 28 Aug. 63 
15 Apr. 58 II Feb. 59 
12 Aug. 59 I Jan 
2 Aug. 59 



20 Aug. 59 



3 Sept. 59 
7 Sept. 59 
7 Sept. 59 



3 July 60 



12 Sept. 59 
7 Sept. 58 



6 Sept. 59 

29 July 56 

Sept. 59 

Sept. 59 



14 June 
9 Oct. 



5 Jan. 60 
8 Jan. 61 
2 Oct. 59 
2 Oct. 59 
27 Oct. 59 



Nov. 59 
24 June 59 
19 Mar. 61 

'eb. 56 
30 Dec. 59 
Aug. 63 



I Jan. 621 12 Aug. 7 
I Jan. 62 20 Aug. 7 
22 June 59 23 Dec. 7 
21 Dec. 59 23 Dec. 7 
21 Dec. 59 17 Jan. 7; 
17 Nov. 63 '30 Aug. 7 



3 Aug. 67 5 July 79 
3 Aug. 67 i 5 July 79 
31 Dec. 68|2i July 79 
23 Dec. 71 23 July 79 
5 Aug. 71 1 5 Aug. 79 
5 Aug. 71 5 Aug. 79 
7 Aug. 66 II Aug. 79 
Aug. 71 {12 Aug. 79 
2 Aug. 79 



24 Mar. 63 



Dec. 59 
10 June 6 

I Jan. 6: 

I Jan. 62 
22 June 58 

4 Nov. 64 
21 Dec. 59 
21 Dec. 59 

I Jan. 62 

12 June 60 
21 Dec. 59 
I Oct. 58 
I Oct. 58 
I Oct. 58 

21 Dec. 58 

22 Dec. 63 
16 Apr. 58 
21 June 61 

I Jan. 62 
9 Dec. 59 

20 Sept. 59 

21 Dec. 59 
I Jan. 62 

21 Dec. 58 

22 Mar. 64 
31 Jan. 65 

23 July 61 
23 July 61 

I Jan. 62 
21 Dec. 58 
21 Dec. 58 
21 Dec. 58 
21 Dec. 58 
21 Deo. 58 
28 Aug. 61 
23 Aug. 61 



23 Apr. 58 
6 Jan. 63 
I Aug. 67 

22 Mar. 65 



30 July 6 
9 Dec. 59 



17 Jan. 72 
3 Sept. 71 
7 Sept. 71 
7 Sept. 71 
[7 Feb. 72 
2 Jan. 69 
ji Jan. 72 
;4 Feb. 72 
:2 Sept. 7 1 

•5 Api. 67J13 Sept.79 
I Mar. 72 13 Sept. 79 



20 Aug. 79 
23 Aug. 79 
27 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 
9 Sept.79 

10 Sept.79 
12 Sept.79 



27 June - 2 
3 Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 
16 Sept.71 
21 Aug. 66 
20 Sept.71 
20 Sept.71 

13 May 72 
3 Aug. 67 

20 Mar. 72 
9 Oct. 71 
3 Aug. 72 

14 Sept. 67 
7 Nov. 68 

12 Oct. 71 
12 Oct. 71 
27 Oct. 71 
3 Ang. 72 
3 Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 
12 Nov. 71 

21 Aug. 66 

21 Aug. 66 

S Nov. 68 
7 Aug. 70 



3 Sept. 79 

3 Sept. 79 

13 Sept. 79 
.3 Sept.79 

16 Sept. 79 
. 8 Sept. 79 
2c Sept. 79 
20 Sept. 79 
27 Sept.79 

2 Oct. 79 

4 Oct. 
9 Oct, 
9 Oct. 79 

lo Oct. 79 
10 Oct. 79 
12 Oct. 
12 Oct. 79 
27 Oct. 79 

3 N0C.79 
3 Nov. 79 
3 Nov. 79 

8 Nov. 79 

9 Nov. 79 
12 Nov. 79 

14 Nov. 79 

17 Nov. 79 

22 Nov. 79 

Nov. 



22 Apr. 71I22 Nov. 



8 June 73 
4 Feb. 74 
Dec. 60 4 Feb. 74 
8 June 60 1 1 Mar. 74 
I Sept. 62 
24 Mar. 66 
19 Jan. 64 
24 July 68 
16 Feb. 70 
30 Apr. 58 
8 Jan. 58 
27 Nov. 59 
Sept, 



79 

XT 79 

Dec. 72 22 Nov. 79 

22 Nov. 79 

22 Nov. 79 

22 Nov. 79 

22 Nov. 79 

Nov. 



Sept. 74 

24 Mar. 75I22 Nov. 79 
9 Aug. 76122 Nov. 79 

25 July 77|22 Nov. 79 
2 Oct. 78^22 Nov. 79 

20 Feb. 67129 Nov. 79 
9 Mar. 67 29 Nov. 79 
8 May 67 29 Nov. 79 
7 Aug. 67 1 29 Nov. 79 

23 Oct. 67 29 Nov. 79 



5 July 65 
2 Oct. 66 
5 July 55 
2 July 55 
2 June 58 
9 May 58 

5 Mar. 58:10 July 60 . ,, 

9 Feb. 67 27 Nov. 67I31 May 71 29 Nov. 79 

I Nov. 6o| 10 May 73I29 Nov. 79 

8 Aug. 65 10 Nov. 69'25 June 73129 Nov- 79 
8 July 68 14 Sept. 70 23 Jan. 75|29 Nov. 79 
4 July 60 23 Dec. 64 23 May 77I29 Nov. 79 

23 Mar. 64 I Oct. 77 29 Nov. 79 

8 Sept. 63 9 May 65 31 Oct. 77I29 Nov. 79 



10 Sept. 82 
6 Sept. 82 



to5 



Majors. 



Jolin Edward Hale Prior, Major, S. Staffordshire Regt. > 

JoS'ph Henry Laye;'ifajo'r"sMtcifhKi^^^^^^ ■■^■■■■ 

^.8.c Edward Robert PrevostWoodgate, Ma/or, Lancaster > 

Hrar? Dou^^as Hoo^e,"Mojor^ Shropshire ti. Inf/'Css Foot) 

Lachlan Foster Jamieson, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Samuel Hunter Cowan, Jfa/or Bengal Staff Corps 

Henry Stephen Hutchinson, Major, Bengal Staff Corph 

Geor4 Eraser Eric Smith Neill, Ma/or, Madras Staff Corps 



COENET, 
2nd LIEUT. 
OrENSIGN. 

21 Mar. 68 
20 July 67 
7 Apr. 65 

31 Dec. 59 
2 Dec. 59 



David Cowie, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Augustus Berkeley Portman, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Theodore Methuen Ward, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

David Clapham Andi-ew, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

John Edward Campbell, Major, Bengal Staff Corps ... 
William MacDonnell Robmson, Major, Madras btaff Corps ... 
Randall Ironside Ward, Major, Scottish Rifles (90 Foot) 

Adolphus Brett Crosbie, S^f«'»' ^°^^^^ff Pnv;;= 

Thomas Oliver Wingate, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

George Alexander, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

John George Beresford Stopford, Major, Duke of Corawall s > 

Light Infantry (32 Foot) ■■■.■■■■, 3 

Edward Toler Wynne. Koyor, RoyalEngmeers 

Evelyn Swinton Skinner, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Frederick Hole, Major, Madras StaffCorps. ....... .^ 

William Francis Prideaux, Major, Bombay htaft Corps 

Andrew Murray, Major, Seaforth Highlanders (78 Foot 1 

James Andrew Sutherland Colquhoun, Ma/or, R. Artillery ... 

John Forbes Meikle.i ohn , Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Alexander. Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis George Oldham, Major, Royal Engineers. ...... 

Charles.E. LeM. Cherry, Major, Duke of Cornwall's Light). 

Liond^'SyS^eSmusJameJj^^^^ 
Edmund Pipon Ommanney. Major Bengal StaffCorps . 
psc Frederick Hotham Dyke," Major, h.p. 69ioot;) 
" -rri^ii Instructor, Colchester ••;••■■:,■,■ -^ 



9 Dec. 59 
10 Dec. 59 
to Dec. 59 
31 Jan. 60 
28 Dec. 64 
30 Dec. 59 
30 Dec. 59 
23 Aug. 59 



4 Jan. 60 
4 Jan. 60 
2 Jan. 60 
7 Feb. 58 



6 Jan. 59 
30 June 57 



30 Aug. 71 
27 Oct. 71 
7 July 69 
30 June 63 
:8 0ct. 64 
9 Dec. 59 
9 Dec. 59 

9 Dec. 59 
9 Dec. 59 
9 Deo. 59 

9 Dec. 59 
I Sept.6i 

!6 Sept.6i 
22 Jan. 62 

29 Oct. 6( 
3 Aug. 67 
7 Nov. 63 
I Dec. 63 

30 July 60 
Dec. 58 

22 May 62 

10 June 62 
9 Mar. 62 

16 Aug. 61 

10 Dec. 58 

10 Dec. 58 
9 Dec. 59 

21 Dec. 58 
25 Sept. 60 

11 Dec. 58 
16 Apr. 61 
14 June 59 

21 Dec. 59 

22 Dec. 59 
22 Dec 



18 Nov. 77 

23 Jan. 78 
2 Mar. 78 

24 Sept. 66 

2 Dec. 71 
9 Dec. 71 
9 Dec. 71 
9 Dec. 71 
9 Dec. 71 
9 Dec. 71 
9 Dec. 7^ 
9 Dec. 71 

10 Dec. 71 
10 Dec. 71 

5 Mar. 70 

3 Dec. 78 
30 Dec. 71 
30 Dec- 71 

2 Oct. 66 

3 Aug. 72 

4 Jan. 72 
4 Jan. 72 
2 Jan. 72 

2 Oct. 66 
I Aug. 72 
I Aug. 72 
I Aug. 72 

3 Aug. 7: 

6 Oct. 66 



iQ Deo. 60 
18 Feb. 62 



Seymour de Lacy Lacy, Ka>)-. Royal Artillery 

Morton Lawi-ence Porter, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Reynolds Stirke, Major, Royal Artillery.. ........ 

Donald George Anderson, Major, Northamptonshire Regt. ^ 

Allan Grffime Raper, ifa/of-. N. Staffordshire Regt. (98 Foot) 

John Gust^vus c'rosbie, Va>., King's Royal Rifles (60 Foot),23 Apr. 58 

Digby Cotes Pedder, Jlfa/or, Bombay StaffCorps 112 Mar. 60 

Walter Scott, Major, Bombay StaffCorps ,12 Mar. 60 

A^thur^Henr;?SVn?^«7^rNSfolk'Re^^^^ May 58J25 Sept.6o 

^™rLomaxFiaJer>4'',K"8-'^Roy?lI^^^^^ -T....,I„ .„„ .« 

Marshall James Clarke, CMt^. Ifa/or, Royal Artillery 

psc Walter Reginald Fox, Cai)'at«, Royal Artillery 

William George Knox, Cap^ai», Royal Artillery . 

Thomas Charge Wray, Major, Irish Regt. (18 Foot) 

jro«.HeneageLegge,Ka;-o)-, 9 Lancers . 

William Gordon, Major, Black Watch (73 Foot) 

Robert James M'Ghee, Major, Madras btaff Corps 

Vincent Carne Fisher, M ajor. Royal ArtiUery 

Richard Bazett, Ka/or, Royal Artillery ^ | ...... 

Reginald Beavan, Major, Benga] Staff Corps... ^....;^.^...... | 4 May 60 

Mar. 6o| 



24 July 63 
21 Mar. 65 
18 Sept. 60 
16 May 62 
27 May 62 
8 June 60 



23 June 63I21 Aug. 66 
'22 Feb. 63 



May 55 



5 Oct. 61 
4 May 58 



Charles Mountstuart Brskine, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 1 12 
Westropp T. Morgan, Major, Kings Own Borderers 25 F.) 30 

William Albert Bridge. Major, Scots Fusiliers (21 Foot) 3 June 59 

William John Engledue, Major, Royal Engineers ^...... | 

Charles Covey, Major, Durham Light Infantry (68 Foot) ; 8 June S5 

Michael Heniy Saward, Major, Royal Artillery 

Sholto Edmcns Pemberton, 3fa;o)- Royal Artillery 

Robert William Kaye, Major, Royal ArtiUery .^ . 

William Patrick Oliphant Boulderson, Major, Madras Staff ^ 

Ge^o° Hewitt Trotman; "M^'or, King's Royal Rifles ((5o Foot j . . . 

Charles Edward Salkeld, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Edward Harris Steel, Major, Bengal Stafl Corps 

Frederick Alexander Wilson, Major, Bengal StaffCorps 

Vincent Rivaz, Major, Bengal StaffCorps 

JamesStuartFraser Mackenzie, >/a;or, Madras S.C 

John Ronald Campbell, Major Bengal StaffCorps ........... 

NesbitWiUoughby Wallace, Jlfajor, King's Royal Rifle8(6o P.) 

lames Smyth, Major, Lancashire Pusibers (20 Foot) 1 2 July 58 

Shelley Leigh Hunt, Major, Madras Staff Corps 9 June 60 

George WilUnm Thompson, Major, Royal Scots (i Foot) !i6 Fob. 55 

Charles Hay, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 27 June 60 

Charles R. Eliott Wheatley, 3f«>-, Royal Artillery ....... , ... 

Charles Anthony Denny, Major, Lincolnshire Regt. (10 i oot) , 8 Nov. 6 

James Samuel Derriman, Major. R. Marine Artillery I 8 Sept. 58 

HeniT Monckton Kay, Major, Royal Marines ,23 Nov. 55 

Thonias Renny Cowie, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 4 Ju'j 60 

Tohn Henry TuUoch, Major, Welsh Fusiliers (23 Foot) 30 Apr. 58 

Elliot Alexander Money, Major, ifengal Staff Corps ..^...■■.-16 July 60 
Edward J. H. Spratt,Cay<ain, Worcestershire Regt.(29 Foot). 3 Mar. 65 
Wred Montgomery G.Hutchinson, Cap*. Lancaster Regt.(4F.)l2S Jan. 69 

Arthur Swinton, Major, Royal Artillery . I 

James Lancaster Bell, 3i-<yor, Royal Artillery 1 

Thomas Shepherd, Major. Bengal StaffCorps 4 Aug. 60 

Nowell FitzUpton Way, Major, Royal Marines ,23 Nov. 55 




22 Mar. 64 

10 July 67 

27 Nov 

11 Sept. 63 
2 Oct. 63 
I Jan. 62 

II Dec. 58 
10 June 59 

1 Jan. 6: 
^o July 6; 

28 .Ian. 62 
4 June 6 

23 Dec. 57 

2 June 
9 Dec. 
9 Dec. 59 
9 Dec. 59 

7 Nov. 63 

3 Aug. 59' 

8 June 60 
8 June 60 
8 June 60 
8 June 60 

8 June 60 
I Jan. 62 

4 Jan. 6x 
3 Dec. 59 

30 July 62 
7 June 55 
,0 July 62 

9 Dec. sg 



5 May 69 
24 Apr. 7: 

4 May 7; 

5 May 7: 

6 Oct. 66 

3 Nov. 7' 
20 May 6; 

2 Mar. 7 
2 Mar. 7 
I Aug. 72 
9 Nov. 66 

I Apr. 74 
8 Dec. 75 

II Oct. 76 
!3 Jan. 79 

4 Dec. 66 
:i Dec. 66 
!2 Jan. 67 

4 May 70 



MAJOR. 

-) Nov. 79 
29 Nov. 79 

29 Nov. 79 

30 Nov. 79 
2 Dec. 79 
9 Dec. 79 
9 Dec. 79I 
9 Dec. 79| 
9 Dec. 70 
9 Dec. 79 
9 Dec. 79! 
9 Dec. 79 

10 Dec. 791 

Deo. 79 

5 Dec. 79 
7 Dec. 79 

30 Dec. 79 
^o Dec. 79 

1 Jan. 80 

1 Jan. 80 
4 Jan. 80 
4 Jan. 80 

2 Jan. 80 

6 Jan. 80 1 

6 Jan. 80I 

7 Jan. 80 j 
24 Jan. 80 1 
24 Jan. 80 
30 Jan. 80 

I Feb. 80 
7 Feb. 8o| 
I Feb. 8oj 

1 Mar. 8o|' 

2 Mar. 80' 
2 Mar. 801 
4 Mar. 80: 



WHEN 
PLACED ON- 
HALF PAY. 



25 sept. 72 

2 Nov. 72 

4 May 72 
12 May 72 

I Feb 67 
12 Feb. 67 
14 Jan. 71 

I Apr. 70 
II Dec. 72 
II Dec. 72 
II Dec. 72 

I June 72 
IT Jan. 69 

8 June 72 

8 June 72 

3 June 72 
8 June 72 
8 June 72 

8 June 72 

23 Jan. 69 

24 Mar. 69 

9 June 72 

5 Sept. 67 
27 June 72 

Aug. 7 



5 Sept. 62 23 Mar. 67 
20 Apr. 60 20 Oct. 6g 

7 May 59 19 May 6r 

I Jan. 62 4 July 7: 
13 Dec. 59 29 Apr. 67 
22 Aug. 63 16 July 72 
12 Dec. 68 31 Au{ 
zo Sept.71 2oMar. 80 

9 Dec. 59 4 Feb. 
22 Dec. 591 7 June 
15 Nov. 64 4 Aug. 72 
, 7 May $■) 8 June ( " 



6 Mar. 80 1 
10 Mar. 80' 
12 Mar. 80 
12 Mar. 80' 

I Apr. 80 
12 Apr. So 
21 Apr. 80 
21 Apr. 80 
21 Apr. 80' 

21 Apr. 80 

25 Apr. 80' 
29 Apr. 80 

I May 80 
I May 8c I 
I May 80 1 

1 May 80 

4 May 80 

2 May 80 
9 May 80 
I May 80 

22 May 80 
May 80 
May 80 

26 May 80 
6 May 80 
I June 80! 

5 June 80! 
8 June 80 
8 June 80 
8 June 80 j 

S June 80 

8 June 80 j 

9 June 80 ! 
9 June 80' 
9 June 80 
■I June 80 

27 June 80! 
3o June So' 

1 July 80I 

3 July 8o| 

4 July 80 1 
4 July Sol 

II July 80' 
16 July 80I 
24 July 80' 
24 July 80' 

28 July Sol 
I Aug. 8oi 
4 Aug. 80 

6 Aug. 80 



Majors. 



[2nd. LIEUT.: 

jOrKNSIGN.j 



Gerald Andrew Agnew.-i Major, h.p. 30 Foot ; V.A.A. Jrl 

Q.M. Gen. Ireland ) 

Matthew Henry Parquharson, Major. Royal Marines, 
Archibald Iver Maclaverty, Major, Royal Artillery . 

Matthew Richard West, Major, Royal Artillery 

Townley Ward Doweling, Captain, Royal Marines .... 
Domville Mascie Taylor, Major, Inniskilling Fusiliers {27 F.) 

George Robert James Shakespear, Major, Bengal S.C 

George Kelbe M'Callum, Major, Gordon Highlanders (92 Foot) 

Thomas Palmer Norton, Muior, Royal Marines 

William Emerson Peck, Major, Royal Engineers 

Herbert Everitt, Major, Royal Marines 

Montague J. Kiug-Harman, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

William Thomas Stuart, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles John Walter, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Henry Guy Carleton, Major, Lincolnshire Regt. (10 Foot) .. 

Arthur Morris, Major, 60 Rifles 

John Younger, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Macclesfield Heath. Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles John Deshon, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Cox, Major, Irish Fusiliers (87 Foot) 

George Lecky, ifa/or, Madras Staff Corps 

Romain Fleming S'tirke, Major, Welsh Regt. (69 Foot) 

George Mackenzie BentHornsby, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edmund Stephens, Major, Royal Engmeers ^■■■ 

George Augustus Sweny, 3/a;'or, City of London Regt. (7 F.) 

Edward Andrew Trevor, Major, Royal Engineers 

Robert Staveley Shinkwin,- Cwptain, h.p. 59 Foot 

Richard Annesley Knox, Major, Lancaster Regt. (4 F.) 

George Roland Gambler, Major, Royal Artillery 

Christopher Middlemass, Major, Leicestershire Regt. (17 F.) 

Alexander Burton Bro\yn, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Mowbray Trotter, Captain, Bengal Staff Corps 

Henry Andrews Barker, Major, Royal Artillery 

Wyndham Hughes Hallett, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Charles Edward Shepherd, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

John Alexander Temple, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Macclesfield Forbes Coussmaker, Major, BombayStaff Corps, 

Stanley Carter, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Harry Trevor Bulkley, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Robert Grseme E. Dalrymple, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

Thomas Gorges Crawley, Ifay'o'-, "Liverpool Regt. (8 F.) 

Maurice Fitzmaurice Stokes, Major, Munster Fusiliers (104F.) 

Colin Charles Campbell, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

p.s.c. H. Harcourt Griffiths, Major, E. Lancashire Regt.(s9F.) 
Frederic Buckley Campbell, Jfa/or, ConnaughtRangers(g4F' 

John Edward P. Mosley, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Francis Thomas Ebden, ilf a/or, Bombay Staff Corps 

John Edward Wetherall, Major, Inniskilling Fus. (108 F.) . 
Charles Fleming Gleig, Major, Cheshire Regt. (22 Foot) .... 

William Bennett, ilfa/or, Yorkshire Regt. (19 F.) 

p.s.c. Lancelot Allgood Gregson, Major, E. Surrey Regt.(7oF.) 

Owen Thomas Jones, Mqjor, Royal Marine Artillery 

Horace Richard Le Marchant Carey, Major, Bengal Staff C 

Henry William Lovett Hime, Major, Royal Artillery 

Christopher Josiah Russell, Major, Royal Engineers 

Douglas Western Lawrell, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arnold David Saportas, Major, Manchester Regt. (63 F.) ... 
Charles W. Henry Wilson, Major, Warwickshire Regt. (6 F.) 

Leonard Downes, Major, Royal Artillery 

Banks Robinson Greig, Major, Royal ArtiUery 

James Walker Bernard, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Becher Ormsby, Major, Royal Artillery 

Rowland Walkey, Major, Royal Artillery 

Frederick Henry Maitland, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Henry Wedderburn Isacke. Major, Royal Artillery 

John Walker Inge, M'ljor, Royal Artillery 

Arthur James Poole, Major, Hampshire Regt. (67 P.) 

Hugh Gough Grant, Major, Seatbrth Highlanders (78 F.) 

William James Heaviside, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles More Stockley, Major, Norfolk Regt. (9 F.) 

Son. Charles Dutton, Major, Shropshire Lt.Inf. (85 F.) 

Daniel Alexander Grant, Major, Shropshii'e Lt.Inf. (85 F.) ... 

Charles Strahan, Major, Royal Engineers 

Walter John Boyes, Major, Yorkshire Regt 

Frank Galloway, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Henry Studhohne Brownrigg, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Edward Harvey, Major, Royal Engineers 

Edward Molloy, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Charles Frederick Hughes, Maior, Bombay Staff Corps 

James Turner Cummins, Major, Madras Staff Corps 

John Quarry, Major, Berkshu-e Regt. (66 F.) 

Andrew Harry Spencer Neill, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Henry M'Leod Hutchison, Major, W. Yorkshire Regt. (14 F.) 

Malcolm William Rogers, Major, Royal Engineers 

Robert Warburton, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Reginald Chalmer, 3fajor, King's Royal Rifles (60 F.) 

William Verner Ellis, Major, Bengal'Staff Corps 

Reginald Gamett, Major, Seaforth Highlanders (72 F.) 

Herbert Wynne Apperley, Major, 9 Lancers 

Henry Paterson, Major, Bengal Staff Corns 

Edward Barry Bishop, Major, Bengal Staff Corps.... 

Alfred Gaselee, Captain, Bengal Staff Corps 

John Ramsay Slade, CB. Major, Royal Artillery 7!! 



8 Nov. 55 28 Sept.571 I Apr. 70 
'24 Dec. 56 '25 May 59J19 Jnnt 

j 8 June 60| i Aug 

I 8 June6oj i Aug 

iS June 65' 3 Aug. 671 1 5 Nov. 79 
2 Oct. 63 2 Jan. eg!:!! Oct, 



7 Sept , 
29 May 67 
7©ct. 
3 Aug. , _ 
Nov. 6g 



7 Sept.6o 17 Mar. 65 

13 Jan. 60; 21 Nov. 62 

14 Dec. 5722 Nov. =9 
i I Apr. 59 

15 Nov. ';8i2o Apr. 60 
2 Oct. 6o| 2 Oct. 7: 

2 Oct. eoigFeb. 6i[ 2 Oct. 7: 
2 Oct. 6o| I Jan. 62, 2 Oct. 7^ 

5 Feb. 61 1 II Sept.63129 May 67 
21 May 58: 4 June 61 24 Apr. 69 

;22 Dec. $9] 6 July 

12 Oct. 60130 July 62:12 Oct. , 

I22 Dec. S9I17 July 72 

4 Jan. 61 1 12 Jul.y 64122 June 67 
12 Nov. 6o|3o Dec. 62 12 Nov. 72 

6 June 54I 16 Aug. 55, 3 Aug. 67 

|22 Dec. 59 25 Sept. 7 

' I Apr. 59 3 Aug. 7 

7 Sept. 58 25 Feb. 62 2 Sept.6 
I June 58 27 Aug. 5S 14 Jan. 7* 

^"" " Aug. 951 7 Aug. 67 



7 Dec. 
7 Dec. 



9 Apr. 59 14 July 6oj II Aug. 67 
19 June 60 23 Nov. 72 



19 Dec. 60 



[9 Dec. 60 
[9 Dec. 60 
[9 Dec. 60 
[9 Dec. 60 
[9 Dec. 60 
20 Dec. 60 

5 July 60 
8 June 61 

22 Dec. 60 

6 Jan. 60 
:8 July 63 

29 Dec. 60 

!9 Dec. 60 

Sept. 56 



June 60 30 July 



26 Mar. 58 
18 Dec. 57 

14 Apr. 59 

15 Jan. 61 



27 May 62 
29 Dec. 57 



5 June 



.70 



22 Feb. 6i 



_- Jan. 59 
28 July 63 



Jan. 62 28 Nov. 69 
9 June 60,23 Nov. 72 
9 Dec. 60 19 Dec. 72 
Jan. 62 19 Dec. 72 
19 Dec. 72 
ig Dec. 
19 Dec. 

19 Dec. 72 

20 Dec. 72 

14 Aug. 67 

3 Sept. 70 

22 Dec. 72 

21 Aug. 67 

22 Oct. 70 
2g Dec. 72 
26 Dec. 72 

4 Sept. 67 

15 Mar. 73 
25 Aug. 71 

4 Sept.67 
8 Feb. 70 

IS Jan. 73 

23 Nov. 72 
3 Aug. 72 
2 Nov. 72 

5 Apr. 71 
14 Sept.67 

23 Nov. 72 
23 Nov. 72 
23 Nov. 72 
23 Nov. 72 
23 Nov. 72 
22 Feb. 73 



I Jan. 62 
30 July 62 
30 July 62 
30 July 62 
:2 Oct. 69 

9 Jan. 63 
30 June 63 
:o Apr. 63 
:8 Sept. 63 

3 Apr. 66 
[9 Jan. 62 

sOct. 62 
Dec 



30 Apr. 61 



30 Dec. 59 

21 Feb. 60 

22 Aug. 60 
4 Dec. 66 

19 June 60 

1 Apr. 59 
8 June 60 

10 Nov. 65 
15 Nov. 59 
19 June 60 
ig June 60 
ig June 60 
19 June 60 
1 9 June 60 

2 Oct. 56 *^ ... v..^. ,j 
I Oct. 57 7 Nov. 69 

ig June 60 23 Nov. 72 
10 Nov. 62 2 Jan. 6g 
26 Oct. 65 1 5 Nov. 70 
;o June 59] 24 Mar. 71 
o Sept.64122 July 71 
7 Oct. 71 
13 Mar. 72 
>-o Aug. 72 
13 Nov. 72 
[I Dec. 72 
30 Apr. 73 
23 May 73 
7 June 73 
7 June 73 



26 July 64 



4 Jan. 6: 

12 Mar. 61 1 ^v^ „ -.J V-, 
24 Jan. 65 1 7 Nov. 68 

I 8 June 60 

SI May 581 6 July 62 
rg June 60 



10 Nov. 65 
22 Dec. 59 
g June 62 
31 Jan. 63 
24 July 63 



! June 



29 Oct. 61: 4Mar. 68 15 .:\.ug. 73 
Aug. 6i'ii Jan. 67I20 Aug. 73 
Nov. 581 4 Aug. 63! 19 Nov. 73 

|i8 Dec. 6ijn Dec. 73 

18 Dec. 61: i3 Dec. 73 

Mar. 63 21 Feb. 65] 2 Apr. 74 

June 62! 9 Dec. 64 10 June 74 

Jan. 63 '26 May 65: 6 July 74 

_. Sept.63'27 July 66! 9 Sept. 74 

23 Sept.62|i7 May 66 23 Sept. 74 

2 Dec. 62J 2 Dec. 65 2 Dec. 74 

9 Jan. 63, II Oct. 66[ 9 Jan. 75 

;i8Dec. 61 16 Jan. 75 



25 Aug. 80 

26 Aug. 80 
I Sept. 80 
I Sept. 80 

1 Sept. 80 

4 Sept.80 

7 Sept.80 
9 Sept.80 

11 Sept.80 
22 Sept.80 

27 Sept.80 

2 Oct. 80 
2 Oct. 80 
2 Oct. So 

5 Oct. 80 
9 Oct. 80 

10 Oct. 80 

12 Oct. 80 
27 Oct. 80 

8 Nov. 80 

12 Nov. 80 

13 Nov. 80 
13 Nov. 80 
20 Nov. 80 
22 Nov. 80 

:5 Nov. 80 
26 Nov. 80 
S Dec. 80 

12 Dec. 80 
1 8 Dec. 80 

18 Dec. 80 

19 Dec. 80 
19 Dec. 80 
19 Dec. 80 
19 Dec. 80 
19 Dec. 8c 

19 Dec. 80 
[9 Dec. 80 
[9 Deo. 80 

20 Dec. 80 
Dec. 80 
Dec. 80 

22 Dec. 80 
26 Dec. 80 
7 Dec. 80 
29 Dec. 80 
29 Dec. 80 
31 Dec. 80 

1 Jan. 8 

2 Jan. 8 

13 Jan. 8 
13 Jan. 8 

5 Jan. 8 

9 Jan. 8 
j2 Jan. 8 
26 Jan. 8 

4 Feb. 8 
t3 Feb. 8 
[3 Feb. 8 
[3 Feb. 8 
t3 Feb. 8 
[0 Feb. 8 
19 Feb. 8 
22 Feb. 8 
Feb. 8 
26 Feb. 8 
2 Mar. 8 
2 Mar. 8 
2 Mar. 8 
2 Mar. 8 
2 Mar. 8 
2 Mar. 8 
2 Mar. 8 
2 Mar. 8 
2 Mar. 8 
2 Mar. 8 
2 Mar. 8 
2 Mar. 8 
2 Alar. 8 
2 Mar. 8 
2 Mar. 8 
2 Mar. 8 
2 Mar. 8 
2 Mar. 8: 
2 Mar. 8: 
2 Mar. 8 
2 Mar. 8: 
2 Mar. 8: 
2 Mar. 8: 
2 Mar. 8: 
2 Mar. R 
2 Mar. 
2 Mar. 



106-7 

WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALP PAX. 



io8 



Majors. 



COENET, 
2nd LIEUT, 
or ENSIGN. 



Henry Pipon, Muior, Royal Artillery ....^...^.... 

aeorge Masson Abbott, Captain, Bengal StaH Oorps 

Henry Vere Hunt, Captain, Bengal Stafi Corps...... — ■-•: 

Alex Donald M'Gregor, Captain. Gordon Highlanders (92 F.) 

Francis Lowry Graves, Captain, Royal Artillery ....^.^ 

TJCWilliam John Vousden, Captaxn, Bengal Staff Corps 

Edward Merrj- Larminie, Major, Royal Engineers 

Harrison Ross Lewin Morgan, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Richard Corbett, Captiin, Royal Artillery....^ 

Thomas Hungerford Holdich, Jffyor, Royal Engineers 

James Alex. Fras. H. Stewaft-Mackenzie il£<yor, 9 Lancers... 

Stannua Verner Gordon, Captain, Bengal Statt Corps ^. 

John Henrv Barnard, CMG. 3faior, Munster Fusiliers (loi F.) 

WilUam Sinclair Smith Bisset, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Francis Charles Burton, Captain, Bengal Staff Corps 

Archibald Broadfoot, Captain, Royal Artillery ......^... ............ 

Charles Frederic Wm.Moir, Captain, Leicestershire Regt. (17 1' .) 
David Stanley Cuninghame, Captain, Benga Statf >^orps .. 
James Nugent Blackwood- Price, Capt. King 8 R. Rifles (60 1 .) 

William Hill, Captain, Bengal Staff Corps.^.^ 

Leslie Trevor Bishop, Captain, Bengal Staff Corps 

John James Scott Chiisholmc, Captain, 9 Lancers _ 

William Gustavus Nicholson, Captain, Royal Engineers 

George Lloyd Reilly Richardson, Co;)/a in Bengal Staff Conjs 
EdmuLd Willip.m Adderley, Capt. City of London Regt. (7 F.), 
Lancers 



31 Mar. 63 



WHEU 
PLACED OK" 
HALF PAT. 



Feb. 75 2 Mar. 

Mar. 75! 2 Mar. i 



Sept. 63' 2 Mar. 68 11 Sept.75 2 Mar. 81 



4 Apr. 6s 

24 June 63 

8 Jan. 64 1 4 Oct. 67 



31 July 67 II Dec 

I Jan. 76| 

8 Jan. 76; 

5 June 62 23 Feb. 76 

1 Sept. 63' II Mar. 76 

j I Sept.63|i4 Mar. 76 

17 Dec. 62J 4June76 

I May 67 8 June 70' 15 July 76 
9 Aug. 64,22 May 68 9 Aug. 76 
8 May 66' 28 July 69I 7 Mar. 77 

1 29 June 63 15 June 77 

II July 65129 July 67' 

I23 Dec. 64 

3 Dec. 61 In Oct. 64 
I Dec. 65 1 I Oct. 69 
10 Oct. 65I11 Jan. 69 



3 Mar. 66 
6 Oct. 67 

Bloomfield Gough, Capia in.g Lancers ; - • ■ ■ ^u -, ,^l oJ!?' 

Alex. Thomas Scton A. Rir.d, Captain, Bengal Staff Corps | = Oct 

Frederick Wilson Hemming, Captain, 5 Dragoon Guards - -^5 Apr. 68 

.losiah Philip Cramptou Neville, Captain, Bengal Staff Corps.. 11 Dec. 66 

Thomas Lloyd Lewis, Captain, Bengal Staff Corps. " J-^-J- 6? 

Alexander John Forsyth Reid, Captain Bengal Staff Corps^. 18 Jan. 67 



Duncan Forbes Gordon, Captain, Gordon Highlanders (92 F, _ 

John Delalynde Mansel, Ca?)«ain, Rifle Brigade | 6-\iai.69 

Charles Frederic Call, Captain, Royal Engineers 

George Hambley Elliott, Captain, Bengal [staff Corps 

Henry Travers Lugard. Captain. Royal Artillery 

Norman Robert Stewart, Captain, Bengal Staft Corps 

John Palmer Brabazon, Captain, 10 Hussars 

Louis Faulkner Brown, Captain, Royal Engineers. 

harles Reginald Macgregor, Captain, Bengal Staff Corps ... 
p.a.c. Matthew Nisbett Gordon Kane, Captain, bealorth ) 

Highlanders (72 F.) ;■;•■••,■ ■/■■■■-i:^\ 

Son. John Scott Napier, Captain, Gordon Highlanders(92 F.) 

Henry Kilgour, Captain, Northumberland Fusiliers (5 H .) 

Edward Bruce, Captain, Bengal Staff Corps........ ^....^ ^• 

Charles Whittingham Horsley Douglas, Cajytam, Gordon ) 

Highlanders (92 F.) ;■ .,,-. VV'., /■■"™\ 

Chas Hamilton Fergusson, Capt. Seaforth Highlanders (72 F.) 
Halkett Francis Jackson, Captain, Manchester Regt. (63 1 .)... 

Albert Edward England, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Tulloch AVhish, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Edmund Hunt Holley, Major, Royal Artillery ... ..._^.. 

Stephen Watson, Captain, Worcestershire Regt. (29 it.) 

Augustus John Lavie, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Thomas Maitland, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

John Mabbott Morgan, Major, Royal Engineers 

Stephen Babington, Major, Bombay Staff Corps _...... 

WUliam Fryer Thacker, Major, York and Lancaster Regt 

George Strahan, Major, Royal Engineers 

Barr6 John Goldie, Major, Royal Engineers 

George Forbes-Robertsou, Major, Argyll and Sutherland 



13 July 67 



Mar. 68 
21 Aug. 67 
4 Aug. 67 
3 Feb. 66 
10 July 68 
16 Dec. 69 
I Sept. 69 
7 May 70 

12 Mar. 6 



Highlanders {93 F.) 

Augustas Henry Turner, Major, Bengal, Staff Corps 

Robert Vansittart Riddell, Major, Royal Engineers .^ 

William John Williamson, CIE. Major, Bengal Stall Corps 
UffiArthur George Hammond, Major, Bengal Stafi Corps ... 

John Edward Sandeman, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

" ~ ■ Staff Coi-ps 



9 Apr 



27 Apr. 6: 
13 Apr. 5: 



14 Dec. 6g 
I Mar. 69 

10 Jan. 72 
21 Mar. 65 

5 Mar. 69 

27 Aug. 70 
70j28 Oct. 71 
66 18 Jan. 70 

28 Oct. 71 
4 Dec. 69 

17 Mar 69 

6 May 7 

15 Dec. 69 
28 Oct. 7 
17 July 66 
17 Jan. 70 
13 Jan. 69 
30 Deo 
13 June 74 

8 Jan. 68 
28 Oct. 71 

4 May 71 
17 May 71 

8 June 70 
28 Oct. 71 

27 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 71 
28 Oct. 71 
19 June 60 
30 July 62 
1 9 June 60 

3 Aug 

8 June 60 

9 Apr. 64 
I Apr. 59 

u Dec. 
7 Dec. 
10 Dec. 58 
10 Dec. 581 



July 77 
30 Aug. 77 

30 Sept. 77 

1 Dec. 77 
8 Dec. 77 
S Jan. 78 

2 Mar. 78 
2 Mar. 78 

16 Mar. 78 
23 Mar. 78 

b Apr. 78 

17 July 78 
2 Oct. 78 

31 Oct. 78 
II Dec. 78 
II Jan. 79 

18 Jan. 79 
22 Feb. 79 
17 May 79 
II June 79 
13 July 79 
20 Sept. 79 
29 Oct. 79 
13 Nov. 79 
20 Dec. 79 

4 Mar. 80 

I Apr. 



19 July 55 
24 May 61 



Henry Byam Abbott, Major. 

Thomas Price, Major, Madras Staff Corps.. •■■•■ 

James Anthony Corballis, Major, Dublin Fusiliers (103 1.) 
Celadon Charles Brownlow, Major, Bengal Staff Corps .... 

Alfred Hercules May hew. Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

Frederick Mercer Hunter, Jf a/or, Bombay Staff Corps 

Frederick William Nicolay, Major, Bengal Staff Corps .... 

Henry Strafford Tandy, Major, Bombay Staff Corps ...... 

WUliam Francis Vetch, Major, Dubhn Fusiliers (102 F.)... 
Edward Agincourt Brind, Major, Connaught Rangers (88 b .} 
Charles Denroche Swete, Major, Bengal Staff Corps^... 
Henry Hodson Hooke, Major, Derbyshire Regt. (45 F.) 
Arthur Herman Luck, Ma/or, York and Lancaster Regt. (84 i . 
Charles Tennant Wallace, Major, Highland Light Inf. 74 *•) 
Gordon C. Stennett Ducat, Major, Gloucestershire Regt. (2S D .) 
John Joseph Forsyth Grant, Major, Duke of CornwaU s 

Light Infantry (46 F.) "•••^■•■■;"V"^A 

Henry Whewell Daniel Riley, Major, The Border Regt. (55 H ■> 
William Ward Bennitt, Major, 6 Dragoons 



7 June 6] 
7 June ' 
7 June 
7 June 



17 Apr. 80 
4 May " 
10 July 80 
29 July 80 
Sept.8< 

29 Sept. a 
23 Nov. 72 
12 Mar. 73 
23 Nov. 72 

30 Mar. 81 
1 Dec. 72 

16 Apr. 73 
3 Aug. 72 
27 Apr. 73 
25 Sept. 67 
Jan. 71 
Jan. 71 

13 Dec. 57I 5 Oct. 67' 
4 July 65' 24 May 73 

10 June 59 1 20 Jan. 71 
2 May 62 7 June 73 

14 May 62 7 June 73 



9 May 
30 July 62 



7 June 73 
7 June 73 



7 June 61130 Nov. 66! 7 June 73 



Reginald Anson-CartwTight,3fa>r, Northampton Regt. (48 F. 
Henry Hugh Oldham, Major, Cameron Highlanders (79 t.) .. 
Edw. Ralph Bromhead, Major, York and Lane. Regt. (84 1.)., 
William Frederick Kerr, Major, The Buffs (3 FJ 



aiajo 
John James Cahill Miller, Major, East Surrey Regt. (70 F.) 

Miles Charles Seton, Major, Hampshire Regt. (67 h .) 

Henry Long Wm. Phillips, Major, Suffolk Regt. (12 P.) . 

JoliuMHtthew Benthall,^Mf</./or, h.p. i Dragoon Guards 20 Dec. 



22 Apr. 62 
8 June 61 
8 June 61 
8 June 61 
8 June 61 

12 June 81 

8 Mar. 64 

9 Feb. 64 
25 June 61 

13 Aug. 58 
19 Aug. 62 
13 Aug. 58 

24 Apr. 55 

25 Apr. 58 
5 Mar. 58 
5 Aui 

[6 Aug. 59 
4 Nov. 58 
24 Mar. 63 

23 Mar 
27 July 55 
30 Mar. " 

9 Oct. 57 
59 



Mar. 65I 
30 July 62 
3 May 65 
25 July 65 
14 July 66 



Jan, 
June 73 
June 73 
June 73 
June 73 



Oct. 63 12 June 73 



July 6912 
21 Aug. 66 

16 Aug. 64 

17 Sept.6i 

18 Apr. 65 

19 Aug. 62 
26 Nov. 57 
17 July 60 

29 July 59 

17 Sept.6 

18 Feb. 62 
Sept. 59 



May 75 

8 Dec. 75 
25 June 
23 Oct. 67 

9 Nov. 67 
27 Nov. 67 
22 Dec. 67 
25 Dec. 67 

4 Jan. 68 
8 Feb. '" 
8 Feb. 
14 Mar 



;8 Apr. 65:25 Apr. 



5 Feb. 62 
5 May 57 
8 Nov. 61 

24 Feb. 59 

25 Sept 60 



6 May 68 
13 June " 

8 July 68 
22 July 68 
22 July 68 



Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 8 
2 Mar. 8 
2 Mar. 8 
2 Mar. 8 
2 Mar. 8 
2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 
2 Mar. 
2 Mar. 
2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 8 1 
2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 81 
7. Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 8] 
2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 81 
2 Mar. 8: 
2 Mar. 8: 
2 Mar. 8: 
2 Mar. 8: 
2 Mar. 8: 
2 Mar. 8: 
2 Mar. 8: 
2 Mar. 8 

2 Mar. 8 
9 Mar. 81 

12 Mar. 81 

13 Mar. 81 
30 Mar. 81 

6 Apr. 81 
9 Apr. 81 

27 Apr. 81 
27 Apr. 81 
10 May 81 

10 May 81 

11 May 81 
ji8May 81 

24 May Si 

3 June 81 

7 June 81 
7 June 81 
7 June 81 
7 June 81 

7 June 81 

8 June 81 
8 June 8i 
8 June 81 
8 June 81 
8 June 81 
2 June 81 
8 June 81 

23 June 81 

25 June 8: 
1 July 81 
I July 81 
I July 81 
I JiUy 81 
1 July 81 
I July 81 
I July 81 
I July 81 
I July 81 
I July 81 
I July 81 
I July 81 
I July 81 
I July - 
I July 



Mc 



yors. 

COEKET, 
2nd LIEUT. 
OrElTSIGN. 

John Dawson, Major, Liverpool Regt. (8 P.) 

Campbell Thomas Morris, Major, Suffolk Regt. (12 F.) ... . 

Cresswell Keane Charles Rooke, Major, Ro.yal Scots (i F.) ... 

Moward Kingscote, Major, Cvfordshire Light Infantry (52 F.) 

Mcnry Colhngwood, Major, Gloucestershire Regt. (28'F.) .... 

Menry Brooke Wilson, Major, Highland Light Infantry (71 F.) 

Davirt Bond, Major. Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry (32.F.) 

p.».c. Raymond O. De Montmorency, Major, Irish Rifles (S^F ) 

James I itzEustace Forster, Major, Duke of Cornwall's Light > 

1 Infantry (46 F.) " \ 

i William Patrick Hodnett, Major, borsetshire'Regt.''(54 F.').'." 

Menry Coker Adams, Major, Oxfordshire Light Infantry (52 F j 

Capel Hem-y Miers, Major, Cameron Highlanders (79 F.) 
>^«.e.Ph^hpConwayStory,2Wa>r,h.p.S.LancashireRegt.(4oF.) 
' D u° ^"eve. Major, Duke of Cornwall's Light Inf. (46 F.) ... 

Robert W. Blackwood, Majw, Oxfordshire Light Inf. (52 F.).. 
! ueo Hililiert A. Kinloch, Major, Somerset Lt. Infantry (it. F.) 

rt^alter t^iuclair, Major, South Staffordshire Regt. (38 F.) 

James L.iu-ard H.nrris, Major, Suffolk Regt. (12 F.) ... 

William Edmund Wilkinson, Major, Dorsetshire Regt. (54 F.) 

Thomas Braddell, Ifa/or, Leicestershire Regt. (17 F) 

Henry Patten Law, Major, Scots Fusiliers (21 F.) .... 
James FitzGerald, Major, Warwickshire Regt. (6 F.) 
Edwin Glass Fenn, Major, West RicUng Regt. (33 F.) 
Henry Blackburne Hamilton, Major, 6 Dragoon Guar 

Wigram Montagu Money,J[r«yiH-,h.p.GloucesiershireRegt. (61F.) 

Henry Roberts Young, Major, Dorsetshu-e Regt. (39 F.).. 

Richard Nathan Hubbersty, Major, Irish Fusifiers (89 F.) ... . 
Henr.y Beal, Major, South Staffordshire Regt. (38 F ) 

P.S.C. Stephen Flower, Major, Iri.sli R.fles (86 F.) 

Kiilegrew Reginald B.Wodehouse.J/u/ocWiltshireRegt ('62F ) 
Iraacis Walter Cary, Major, East Yorkshire Regt. (i|f.) . .'. 
^dmund Whitehead, Major, South Lancashire Regt. (40 F.) 
Arthur Peel, Jlfff /or. 7 Hussars 

Williani Marsden, Major, South Laiica:shireRegt.'(82' p;)".7.':: 
Altred Hy. O. Lynch, Major, Northamptonshire Regt. (48 F.) 
Baward Lee Street. Major, Devonshire Regt. (it F ) ' 

James George BaUantvne, Major, Devonshire Regt. (11 f!) 

Mmund Garrington, Major, Worcestershire Regt (29 F.) 

^nlfvT^w"'!^ Spencer Chatfleld, Major, Irish Rifles (86 P.) 

John Talbot, Major, West Riding Regt. (76 P.) 

Henry P. L'E. St. George, Major, Warwickshire Regt. (6 F.) ..'. 

William Hill James,^'' Major, h p. S. Staffordshire Regt. (38 P.) 

^rancis Arthur Dashwood, Major, Irish Fusiliers (87 F.) 

i-dward Charles Pemberton Pigott, Major, Essex Regt. (44 PJ 

Alexander Borthwick, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Wimam Willoughby Egerton, Major, Liverpool Regt."(8 F.')'::; 

George Vernon Colman Napier, Jfa/or, 3 Hussars 

Walter Treslove Ellis, Major, Northamptonshire Regt.' '(48 ' F.') 

Edward Girdlestone Graham, Major, The Buffs (3 P ) 

Montagu Hope, Major, Gordon Highlanders (92 P ) 

George Duncan Wahab, Major, Lancashire Fu8iUers"(2o'FVr" 
John Olphert Gage, Major, Border Regt. (34 F ) 

Herbert Cromwell Collier, Major, 21 Hussars 

oj.c Ludovick Montefiore Carmichael, Major, 5 Laiacers 

William Glencross, Major, Lancashire Fusiliers (20 F ) 

William Brooks Butlin, Major, Cheshire Regt. (22 P.) 

o.»c. bt. Vincent Alexander Hammick, Major, Oxfordshire')' 
iiignt infantry (43 F.) " \ 

Mowbra.y Lettson E lliot, Major', 'York 'and 'Lane.' 'Regt.' ' (65 F ) 
Francis Harwood Poore, Major, R. Marine ArtUlery 

John Gage Lecky, Major, Gordon Highlanders (75 F.j 

aichard Parsons, Major, Worcestershire Regt. (36 F ) 
Kjchard Pearson Crozier, Major, East Surrey Regt. (3'! "p"')' 
Edward Henry Moore, Major, R. Marine Artillery 
fi^-Tnv^P T-i t''':^^"^'^' Hadden, Major, Welsh Pus. "(23 'p.). . 
Frr.rvP^r^ '"''''' Travers, Bart. Major, Irish Rifles (86 F.) .. 
ttenrj P. Morewood, Major, Middlesex Regt. (57 P.) 

^ilham Clarke. Major, West Surrey Regt (2 F ) ' 

ff^^t^R ■"',:. '^■,?;°"'°''"'' ^"J'"'' S- Staffordshire R'egt."(8o"F.'j 
aenry Richard Treeve, Major, Border Regt. (34 F.) ^ ' 

ro.Tr,r^ °°M ''''i,J'°-^®^''^^^> ^"i"'-' ' West India Regt;;:; 

roseph hmith. Major, City of London Regt. (7 F ) 

Shfr? o n^2-''.^'^^'r°°'^' ^''•''"•' Lancashire Fusiliers '(20 P.')' 

p^=^ -kP, Esterre Spottiswoode, Major, 10 Hussars . 

Francis Wdmot, Major, Bedfordshire Regt. ( 1 6 F ) , 

^on.*??°fy ^- Disney-Roebuck, Major, Duke"ofCorn-T 

wall's Light Infantry (46 P ) ■ 26 Feb. 64 



[09 



13 Feb. 63 I Aug 

2 Sept. 62 1 8 Aug 
2 Mar. 601 2 Sept. 68 
6 Apr. 63 2 Sept. 68 
18 May 58 16 Sept.68 
10 June 62 16 Sept.68 
22 Jan. 64116 Sept.68 
loNov. 65J16 Sept. 6" 
i4Sept.66 i6Sept.6 
£3 Dec. 61 30 Sept.68 
26 Jan. 66 30 Sept.68 
20 Oct. 65 '14 Oct. 68 



3 June 59 


15 Oct. 


68 


6 July 55 


19 Oct. 


68 


I Dec. 66 


28 Oct. 


68 


8 Oct. 6i 


18 Nov 


68 


2 Dec. 65 


18 Nov 


6R 


3 Oct. 62 


2 Dec. 


68 


9 July 62 


12 Dec. 


68 



rosiah Erskine Collins, Majo 

Sdward IXr^^ffiT'- ^''■<'^' T^'?<" °^ Borderers (25 P.) i 29 Ma?; 6 
&a|l\"^^^^^^^^ («3 F.) 29 Mar. 64 

^Kil&Si^^^^^^r^^^e'^egt;(V4'Po'' ^-^^ 

lenry Drmkrow Harrison, Majoi; The B'uffs"('3'p ) 

?„tK!l"\°'^?.;^,r"^^'^°'i?^«>'-. irisii Rifles (83 p'.) ;;;;;;;;;;;;; 

7 Lancer 



starling Meu.x; Benson, Mai, 
>.8.c. William Charles " ' 
fohn Lloyd Dickin, 1 
Thomas Murphy, Ma^ 



r'nhn y^''"?'?,■'^^?''■''l^'H°0'i•^•^«/°'•7wesVs■u'rr'ey'■Reg■t. (2 F ) 
°^JA°l^.R\''^"^^J^.''J'>L' Gloucestershire Regt (61 F.j . 1 ..^ 



inomas Murphy, Major, Berkshire Regt. (66 P°)' 

leniy Evan Pateshall Thomas, MajorX York Regt (i, P ) 

.hampion Jones, Major, Warwickshire Regt. (6 F) ^'^ ''•^••• 



29 Dec 

19 Aug. 62 

3 Aug. 60 
2 May 65 

20 Oct. 65 

4 July 60 
10 May 64 

9 July 62 
25 June 52 



6 May 59^23 Jan. 69 
8 Aug. 6.; 10 Feb. 69 
8 Feb. 61 '17 Mar. 69 

11 Feb. 62I17 Mar. 6g 
15 May 66|24Mar. 69 
23 Mar. 66 1 17 Apr. 69 

4 June 60J12 June 69 
23 Apr. 6i|23 June 69 

1 Jan. 62123 June 69 
4 Jan. 65 14 July 6q 

12 Dec. 65 1 14 July 69 

29 May 63I24 Jaly 69 

8 June 62 18 Aug. 69 

9 Nov. 63 
25 Dec. 65 

4 Dec. 66 

8 Jan. 64 

2 Sept.62 
4 Nov. 64 
2 Sept.65 

9 Oct. 63 

8 Oct. 64 
I Oct. 58 

23 Mar. 66 

9 June 55 

8 Aug. 62 

30 June 63 

9 Aug. 64 

6 Mar. 67, i Doc. 69 
" Jan. 64 15 Dec. 69 

15 Deo. 69 
5 Jan. 70 
5 Jan. 70 

15 Jan. 70 

29 Jan. 70 

30 Jan. 70 
19 Feb. 70 
26 Feb. 70 

28 Feb. 70 
I Mar. 70 
s Mar. 70 

16 Mar, . 
i6 Mar. 70 

29 Mar. 70 
"lar. 70 

30 Mar. 70 
I Apr 
I Apr. 70 
I Apr. 70 
I Apr. 70 
I Apr. 70 
I Apr. 70 
I Apr. 70 
9 Apr. 70 
9 Apr. 70 
9 Apr. 



MAJOR. 



WHEN 
PLACED OW 
HALF PAI. 



Nov. 64I22 Jane 70 
29 Mar. 64 29 June 70 



23 Apr. 67 
27 Feb. 67 
II Sept.63 
20 July 67 

8 Jan. 56 
23 Aug. 64 

3 Oct. 62 



June 

27 July 70 
3 Aug. 70 
3 Aug. 70 
5 Aug. 70 

27 Auk. 7" 
3 Sept. 70 



I July 
I July 
I July 
I July 
I July 
I July 
I July 
I July 1 
I July ! 
I July I 
I July i 
I Jul> i 
I July i 
I July i 
I July ( 
I July i 
I July i 
I July i 
I July i 
I July i 
1 July i 
I July 8 
I July e 
I July S 
I July 8 
I July 8 
I July 8 
I July 8 
I Ju!.y 8 
I July 8 
I July 8 
I July 8 
I July 8 
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Majors. 



COENET, 
2ndLIKTJI. 
OrENSIGrN 






p;^^H:i;qwen,K«/onR:Marin^A^n^^ 



^^T^Sr^g I Mar. 64 3Sept.7o ' J^jy » 

i Feb. 6i!22 Mar. 64I 3 Sept. 70 i Ju y 8 

Sept.60,23 Cec. 64! 3 Sept.7ot 1 Ju .V 8. 

Feb. 62 5June66i 3 Sep^-yol iJ Y 



WHEN 
PLA.CED OS 
HA.LF PA.T. 



9 Feb. 45 
5 Sept.6t 



Charles Edward Hussey, ^'V°^^ , p , 

aohnaillespie,J/^^./or, Norfolk Regt.(^^^^^ ^ 

T,,hn T.lnvd Price, Ma/or, Bedtorttsnire K^eg"- \ ' 

Montagu Fawkes, J/ajor, I"^?^/H,*;,^^^''|j^,?C ^U F.) 1^9 Jan. 6 

Almeric George Spe°«/v^«.{?'' ^' we B^-t (67 F.) '16 Jan. 6; 

John EyleB Blundell 3fa^or flJ^^^'^^^f^^J^^J-Reit. (15 F ).i 7 Nov. 62 

vsc Cha. Kennedy Brooke, Jio/or, n. - (41 F.)...i 3 Aug. 60 

vie Arthur Drummond Currie, Jf".;"''. ^^ elsh uegt. w ; 3 - g^ 

amefXtton, Ka/o--, Scots Fusibevs(^'F )............■■• • 4 ^^|_ ^^ 

lames Cooke, ^fa'or. East Lancashire Regt. 0° J^ • 1 ^ 33^,^.62 

Joseph Spencer Benyonaf<yo»-, 5 Lancers ^^^ gg 

Alfred Bibby, Major, 7 Dragoon guards ,^^ ^3^. g, 

John Davison, 3/.yor, 3 Dr« goon Guards .^^.^....-^^^ , j^^^ g 

William Newbiggmg. ^{«^^' ^ s Lancafhif e Regt. 82 F.)...l 3 Aug. 61 
James Brown M%ougal,^<yo^SLaMasmrej^« ^ P^^, g 

ViUiamFrederickHm,Ka,o.,Bla^kW^^^^^^ ...!x8Nov.63 



2Mav so'22Apr. 6ii 8 Sept. 70! i July 81 
20 Mar 5LoJune62i4Sept.7o ^JuySi, 
xo Dec 69 x4 June 64 14 Sept.70! i Ju y 81 



Oct. 70 1 I July 






YTiuia.^^ -—f-". White Major, Middlesex ite 
SftSeirrSmT^.o.-^outh Yorkshire 



?t. (51 F.) I Apr. 62 



Oct 

Sept.65 22 Oct. 70 
July 63 12 Nov. 70i 
Apr. 67112 Nov. 70! 
Dec. 65'23 Nov. 70, 
23 Dec. 64' 7 Dec. 70' 



Light Infantry (68 F.) !i6 May 62 26 



William Rogerson, M<^ior, Shroi 
George Arthur Lee, 3/";7^or, Durham 



;aioucestershn.I^.(^^^....;;;;;;;;|^;Jj^^^ 
=> :.^ ', „ . T7, ^ 23 Dec. 60 



July 
July 8; 
July 8: 
July 8: 
July 8 
i JiUy 63' 2^ Dec. 7°! i J'^Jy ^ 
g Oct. 63I24 Dec. 7o| I l^]y ? 

7 Apr. 65,24 Dec. 701 
18 Jan. 69 14 Jan. 71 
21 Feb. 65125 Jan. 71 

8 June67Ji5Fei). 71 

29 Jan. 7oli5Feb. 71 
20 Oct. 6522 Feb. 71 

30 Mar. 66122 Mar. 71 
15 May 67|22Mar. 71 

June64!2sMar. 71 

Apr. 65! 25 Mar. 71 
6 Jan. 66I25 Mar. 71 
3 June 68 25 Mar. 7: 



Wm. Charles BrecL Madden J^^^^^^^ 



^^GreenlawI^gget^M^^^ 



Stanley Creek, Major, 



(23'f.J'...'25 June6i 



Durham Lt. Inf. (68 F.) ...|2o Feb. 



^obert^Sai^^C^awford^^ 

WOliam Andrew Aitchi^on Ma,o^, Welsh^Rj^^t 9 ; ^^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ 

Alfred Campben Blair "alUf ^;»^ ^^^ Highlanders (92 F.)... ..I22 May 63 



^- - l^e-- ^"^ ™T»r^niRR. Major. 3 Hussars.. 
Lew 






o^^^>i«42&^S«s?^';^^^ 



10 Apr. 00 

5 Jan 

6 Nov. 66 
IS June 6 
;8 Jan. iz 
■6 Oct. 58 

3 July 60 



23 Aug. 64 
30 June 65 

24 Nov. 63 
9 Sept.64 

12 June 60 
21 Feb. 68 
2 1 June 64 
26 May 65 
9 Feb. 64 



5 Apr. 7 
12 Apr. 71 
3 May 71 
"3 May 7' 
[o May 7: 
[o May 7: 
[7 May 7: 
[7 May 7 
May 7 



Aug. 65 21 June 7 
3 June 68 



18 Apr. 65 
10 Oct. 65 



June 71 
2S June 7 



^^ranc'Is WimamK^ne, 3Iajor, The Buffs (3 F.) 



Devonshire Regt. (i 



Frederick Fitzroy Gibbons -1^''.?'^„.— -r„™.„ . P ^ 

Charles Edward Reaves M^.^or T^BuffsJ. F0^^^^.._^.^^ ^^^ ^^ 

Peter Aubertin, Maj 



Dragoon Guards 



4 July 60 
iS Mar. 62 

4 Feb 
14 June 64 
19 Nov. 58 

6 Aug ' 
I Dec 

5 Aug. 64 
May 65 



Regt. (70 F.) ^^?^®P*-^3 

joF.) - 

London Regt. (7 F.). 



5 May 60 
Dec. 59 



^LiteScS^StSon^/^-oS^^^^ 
Highlander8_(9i^F.^..^.^.^^..^..^.^^^ ■■ 23 lug- 64 



BUis Lee, Major, York — -> ^ ' 



Lancaster Regt. (65 F.) 



SI^=^v^^^-:l!t£^.^'^:}'Ii 



S*''"\'taf&SK:>.:s':rntshireReg^ 

SfefSrRusctt°Poole,'K;yV, x2 Lancers 

Albert Froom, 3/a>r, 6 Dragoons ...... ^ 



B^H^ISSI 



July . 62 
5 Sept. 62 
29 Dec. 65 
Jan. 67 
Jan. 69 
Jan. 62 
Feb. 58 






20 Oct. 6i;i7Nov. 63 
5 Aug. 591 3 Oct. t2 
16 Aug. 61 7 Aug. 67 
22 Feb. 61 : 3^ay ^J o xr.,. . 
9 Dec. 5814 Apr- 63 18 Apr. 721 
". Sept.6ol 4Aug.63|24Apr. 72 
Major, W.Yorkshire Regt. (14 F.; ...|-May 58; ^ Oc^^ J^l ^^ May 72 
Phmn Walker; 3/<7yo>, The Border Regt (34 F.) 3 Ju^ - g^,,^ ji^y ^^l i Juiy «ii 



28 June 71 
Aug. 63 I July Ti 
Jan. 64 5 July 73 
3 Jan. 65 12 July 71 
siDec. 591 iS July 71 
9 Dec. 59 i3 July 71 
9 Any. 64' 22 July 7: 

2 May 651 2 Aug. 7: 
8 Dec. 65 2 Aug. 7 

25 Sept. 67 2 Aug. 7 

3 Feb. 63117 Sept. 7 

I Oct. 64123 Sept. 7^ 

1 Sept.65 27 Sept. 71 
;i July 67 27 Sept. 71 
6 Julv 7027 Sept. 71 
6 Jan. 66 14 Oct. 71 
o June 62 28 Oct. 71 

2 Dec. 62I28 Oct. 71 
12 Sept.65 128 Oct. 71 
[2 Jan. 66|28 0ct. 71 
29 Nov. 66; 28 Oct. 71 
21 Aug. 67128001. 71 
25 Sept.67 

2 Mar. 64 
5 Jan. 66 



Mar. 66 
b May 68 

2 Dec. 68 
7 May 70 

3 Aug. 70 
I Apr. 68 
3 Nov. 60 



30 June63l25 Sept.67 
.8 Jan. 61 1 I Mar. 64 
2 May 59' 26 Apr. 6 
:8Dec. 61 1 3 Feb. 69 



Oct. 71 

Oct. 
31 Oct. 
31 Oct, 
31 Oct 
31 Oct 
31 Oct. 711 
31 Oct. 71 
10 Jan. 72I 
3 Feb. 72I 
14 Feb. 72 
17 Feb. 72 

23 Feb. 72 

24 Feb. 7= 



Mar. 7: 
Mar. T- 
I Mar. 7: 
Apr. 



-.1 !„<■ T.impCDvke Jlfu/or, Inniskilling Fusiliers (108 F.) 



July 
July 81 
July 81 
: July 81 
: July 81 
; July 81 
. July 81 
[ July 81 
[ July 81 
I July 81 
[ July Si 
I July Si 
I Julv 81 
I JulV 8] 
I July 81 
I July 8: 
I July 81 
I July 81 
I July 81 
I July 8 
I July 8. 
I July 8: 
I July 8: 
I Julv 8 



I July 81 
I July 81 
I July 81 
I July 81 
I July 81 
T July Si 
I July 81 
I July 81 
I July 8: 
I July 8: 
I July 8 
I July 8 
I July 81 
I July 81 
July 81 
July 81 
July 81 
July 81 
July 81 
July 81 
July 8 1 
July 81 
July 81 
Julv 81 
July 81 
July 81 
July 8) 
July 8: 
July S 
: July 8 
Julv 81 1 
: July 81 
[ July 81 i 
[ July 811 
I Julv 81 1 
I Julv Si 
I July 81 
I July 81 
I July 81 
1 July 81 
I July 81 
I July 81 
I July 81 
I July Bi 
July " 



Gerald 



Edmuid Boyle, Jlfajor, Rifle Brigade . ....^... - •- - ^- 

Hilton Major, Seaforth Highlanders (72 F ) .^.^. " *eo. 02 j 
,e MesiIrier-^Taylor, Major, Bedford Regt. (16 F.) 14 Apr. 58^^ 



Sc^^rle-MeTiirier-Taylor, Major, 



Feb. 6oii9 June72| i July 81 



M 



ajors. 



LIEUT. 



John St. Gooree Wolsele.y, Mnjor, Cheshire Resc (22 F.) 

George Fredei-ick White, Major, S. Yorkshire Regt. (51 F.) ... 
George Brooke Meares, Major. City of London Regt. (7 P.) ... 

■William Robinson Truman, Major, 5 Dragoon Guards 

Henry Cautley, Major, Royal Engineers 

Albany Featherstonhaugh, Major, Royal Engineers 

Joseph Henry Satterthwaite, Major, Royal Engineers 

Ernest Marsh Lloyd, Major. Royal Engineers 

John Ccsmo Macphprson, Major, Royal Engineers 

Thomas Howard, Major, Royal Engineers 

Frederick Bailey, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry John Wolsteyn Gehle, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles William Whinfleld, Major, Royal Engineers 

Allan Joseph Chamnneys Cunningham, Major, R. Engineers... 

Henry Wilberforce Clarke, Major, Royal JIngineers 

William Percival Tomkius, Major, Roynl Engineers 

Malcolm Arbuthnot Alves, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.K.c. Robert Hamilton Lloyd Anstruther, Major, Rifle Brigade 

William Henry Patten. Major, Royal Engineers 

George Anson Hillyard. Major, Rifle Brigade 

Albert James Hepper, Major, Royal Engmeers 

William James Alexander, Major, Duke of Cornwall's Light) 
Infantry (32 F.) 3 

Reginald Frank Morris, Major, Royal Engineers 

Anthony Cope, il/a/or. Rifle' Brigade 

George Harrie Thorn Colwell, Major, R. Marines 

p.s.c. Ferdinand Henry Wheeler Milner, Major, R. Artillery... 

Edward Alljert FitzRoy, Major, Royal Artillery 

Hugh William Bamber, Major, R. Marines 

William Gorges MuUoy, Major, Royal Artillery 

Richard Jackson Hezlet, Major, Royal Artillery 

George Arthur French, CM&. Major, Royal Artillery 

Robert Diindas Eliott Lockhart, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Wood, Major, Royal Artillery 

John Baillie Ballant\^le Dickson, Major, i Dragoons 

George William Monk Hall, Major, Berkshire Regt. (66 F.) ... 

Ron. Edw. John Chetwynd, Major, h.p. 61 Foot 

George Harris, Major, Royal Engineers 

Harry Hutchinson' Augustus Stewart, Major, h.p. 9 Foot 

Willi'am Henry V. Tom, Major, R. Marines 

Alexander Ferrier Kidston, Major, Black Watch (42 F.) 

John Cooke, Major, h.p. Worcestershire Regt. (29 F.) 

Edward William Carleton, Major, N. Stafford-hire Regt. (64 F.) 

Otho Glynn Bolitho, Major, 3 Dragoon Guards 

George Thomas Whitaker, Major, King's Royal Rifles (60 P.) 

Henry James Harvey, Major, King's Own Borderers (25 F.) 
j).s.c. Edward Gunter, Major, East Lancashire Regt. (59 F.) 

Simon Bagge Triphook, Major, Durham Light Infantry 

Farquhar Glennie, Major, South Wales Borderers (24 P.) ... 

Albert James Hesketh Daubeny, Major, Sussex Regt. (107 F.) 

Charles John Matthews, Major, Middlesex Regt. (57 P.) 

Henry Buckton Laurence, Major, Lancaster Regt. (4 P.) ... 

Henry Robinson, Major, Royal Engineers 

Augustus Charles Colin Mackenzie, Major, Royal Engineers 

Frederick Robertson Twynam, Major, Royal Artillery 

Maitland Moore-Lane, Major, Royal Artillery 

Francis Carminowe Nicolas, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Henry Wright, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Warry, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.a.c. Henry Knollys, Major, Royal Artillery 

Spencer Gardiner, Major, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Hill Sandys Montgomery, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Francis MacKenzie Salmond, Major, Scots Fusiliers (21 F.) , 

Charles John Greenham, Major, Wiltshire Regt. (99 F.) 

George Manners Onslow, Major, 20 Hussars 

Andrew Michael Creagh, Major, Black Watch (42 F.) 

Arthur Collins, Major, Middlesex Regt. (57 F.) 

Sylvanus R. B. Partridge, Major, King's OwnBorderers(25F.) 

Henry Edward Gaulter, Major, Hampshire Regt. (37 P.) 

Bennett Fleming Handy, Major, Liverpool Regt. (8 F.) 

Wm. Godfrey Thomas, Major, Bang's Own Borderers (25 F.).. 

Francis James Stuart, Major, Liverpool Regt. (8 P.) 

p.s.c. Cecil Hanmer Bunbury, Maj. Connaught Rangers (94 P.) 

p.s.c. Hy, Lawrence Dundas, Maj. E. Yorkshire Regt. (15 F.).. 

Edward Vincent Stace, Major, Bombay Staif Corps 

Geo. Lancelot M'Lean Farmer, Maj. King's Royal Rifles (60 P.) 

Charles Cunningham, Major, Royal Engineers 

Thomas Glancy, Major, Royal Engineers 

Charles William Thomson, Major, Royal Artillery 

p.a.c. Jas. Edwd. Goodwyn, Major, B. Lancashire Regt. (30 F.) 

Son. Charles Cavendish George Byng, Major, i Life Guards ... 

David Dempster Chadwick, Major, East Surrey Regt. (31 F.) 

James Halifax Western, JIfa;'or, Royal Engineers 

Justin Charles Ross, Major, Royal Engineers 

Francis Frederick Cotton, Major, Royal Engineers 

Arthur Clitherow Ward, Major, Royal Engineers 

Albert Charles Smith, Major, Royal Engineers 

Arthur Hill, Major, Royal Engineers 

Ralph Rhenins livans Brockman, Major, Royal Engineers, 

James Gore Booth, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry George Pilleau, Major, Royal Engineers 

Alfred Glynn Begbie, Major, Royal Engineers 

Matthew Townsend Sale, CMQ. Major, Royal Engineers 

p,«,c, Frederick Wm. Graham, Major, Dublia Fusiliers (103 F.) 



COENET, 
2nd LIEUT 
OrENSIBN 

13 Dec. 61 17 Sept.64 

30 June 65 29 May 6g 

June 59 17 Nov. 6 

' " Dec ' 



16 June ' 



22 June 59 
22 June 59 
22 June 59 
22 June 52 
June 59 

June 59 

22 June 59 
31 Dec. 59 
!i Dec. 59 
8 June 60 

5 June 60 
8 June 60 

8 June 60 

25 June 58 4 Peb. 62 

21 Dec. 59 
j6 Apr. 64 

22 Dec. 59 
[6 Jan. 66 
22 Dec. 59 

2 May 65 
20 Apr. 60 
[Q June 60 
[9 June 60 
!o Apr. 60 
[9 June 60 
t9 June 60 
[g June 60 
ig June 60 
19 June 60 
I Jan. 62 
8 Oct. 61 

6 Mar. 63 
22 Dec. 59 
:9 Jan. 64 



12 Mar. 61 



;6 Oct. 60 
;i Aug. 58 



20 Jan. 60 
31 May 59 
30 Dec. 59 



1 Aug. 6: 



2 Nov. 58 



24 July 60 
[g Jan. 59 
9 Nov. 58 

22 Oct. 61 

[8 Mar. 62 
14 Oct. 68 
21 Dec. 60 
5 June 58 
31 Dec. 58 
21 Dec. 60 
31 July 60 
29 July 62 
9 Aug. 64 
:8 June 6 



18 Jan. 61 
31 Dec 



20 May 6 
8 Feb 



3 July 60 
9 July 62 

7 Aug. 6 
26 June6_ 

4 Jan. 62 

8 Jan. 64 
7 July 63 



r6 Apr. 6 



>6 June 72 

1 July 72 
r>. July 72 

24 July 72 
3 Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 
3 Aug. 72 

28 Aug. 72 
II Sept.72 
21 Sept.72 
19 Oct. 72 

2 Nov. 72 

3 Nov. 72 
14 Nov. 72 
23 Nov. 72 
23 Nov. 72 

29 Nov. 72 
II Dec. 72 

Dec. 72 
Dec. 7 
Dec. 7 
Dec. 72 
Dec. 72 
Jan. 73 
Jan. 73 
, Jan. 73 
5 Jan. 73 



5 Nov. 61 30 Aug. 64 



23 Dec. 64 30 Oct. 69 



3 Nov. 66 30 Apr. 

3 Mar. 65 14 May 

14 May 



19 June 60 
I Nov. 60 

I Nov. 60 

17 Mar. 63 12 Sept.65 




13 July 60 24 Jan. 73 
2 Dec. 62 12 Feb. 73 
20 Nov. 67 12 Feb. 73 
8 Jan. 68 12 Feb. 73 
12 June 69 12 Feb. 73 [ 
24 Jan. 65 26 Feb. 73 
I Apr. 60 15 Mar. 73 
23 Sept. 62 15 Mar. 73 
17 Nov. 63 15 Mar. 73 
26 Feb. 64 26 Mar. 73 
10 Nov. 65 26 Mar. 73 

7 Nov. 68 26 Mar. 73 
30 June 65 I Apr. 73 
22 Dec. 59 2 Apr. 73 
22 Dec. 59 2 Apr. 73 

8 June 60 12 Apr. 73 
19 June 60 12 Apr. 73 
19 June 60 12 Apr. 73 

I Nov. 60 12 Apr. 73 
I Nov. 60 16 Apr. 73 
I Nov. 60 16 Apr. 73 
I Nov. 60 16 Apr. 73 
5 Aug. 65 23 Apr. 73 
7 Jan. 62 25 Apr. 73 



30 Apr. 73 



2 Dec. 62 28 May 73 
4 June 64 28 May 73 
.•9 Nov. 64 4 June 73 
[4 Sept.64 14 June 73 
25 Svilj 65 14 June 73 
7 Dec. 67 14 June 73 
27 July 66 25 June 73 
I July 61 I July 73 
7 Mar. 65 5 July 73 



8 July 73 
2 Aug. 73 

9 Aug. 73 
9 Aug. 73 
9 Aug. 73 

17 Aug. 



30 Sept.68 

15 Sept.64 ., — „. 
8 June 60 24 Aug. 
8 June 60 24 Aug. 
8 June 60 24 Aug. , j 
I Nov. 60 24 Aug. 73 
I Nov. 60 24 Aug. 73 

18 Dec. 60 25 Aug. 73 

19 Dec. 60 25 Aug. 73 
19 Dec. 60 26 Aug. 73 
19 Deo. 60 26 Aug. 73 

I July 61 26 Aug. 73 
I July 61 26 Aug. 73 
19 Jan. 65 27 Aug. 73 



July 8: 
July 8 
July 8 
July 8: 
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July 8 
July 8 
July 8 
July 8 
July 8 
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July 8 
July 8 
July 8 
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July 8 
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July 8 
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July 8 
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July S 
July 8 
July 8 
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/2 



II2 




Thomas Joseph Willans, K,yor Boyal B^gJ^^^fi;^^ Van< 
Tamp^ Hearn Tarleton, Uajor, h.p. o4 ^"" ■ -^ 



James Hearn 



^mmm^M^''::. 



s&^s:ifi----,.^,fif:s'is:t^£^^^_ 



I sept.73 
I Sept.73 



JoSph CoUins. M^r, Oheshn^ Regt^^^^^^ FO .- • -j^;,^.,. ( y.) ,9, June 6 4^ i^^jA'. 
Ferdinand James Tulmarsh, Major 



I July 6 

8 Nov. 65 

1 Dec. 63! 6 Sept.73 

2 Apr. 641 ^ Sept.73 
:3 July 60 18 Sept.73 
21 July 62120 Sept.73 

o Apr. 66 24 Sept.73 
"124 Sept.73 



Ferdinand Jamesimmair,u,^.«r^-.--^ 28 July 03 



S'S:^ii=:i;r,K'^'Sa,,„, 



Rifles (90 F.) 



«n« HpTirv Georiic Loais 

wniiam Frederic Wilson, Major, ScptU 

William ' " 

Charles 

Henry Bellin 

Donald ^:^'^^^^J^^'^''^'^;;ril^f^r'klnche^i^r Regt. (63 

Sydney Vere Alston, Mnjo^ 



F.) 29 July 59 



il'reuein. 1. 11=,.^-, —--./ V^ ;„-,-, -npo.*- (18 F.) 29 0uiy 59 

1 Henry Herbert 3/a/orIrshKet^U^ > 18 July 62 

,VernonEcclesJl/<<;or Rifle Biv,ac^—--g ^ p^ ^^ j.^^^ 6 
BellinghamLe Motf^e JU^y. ^^J^r Re^rfiog F ) ... 27 July 6x 
William iIackxnnon^.io.L^^^^^^^^^^ ... 28-Oct. 64 



4 May 58 
3 Aug. 60 
:5 Oct. 61 
7 Mar. 59 
[7 June 59 
Jan. 63' 



24 Sept.73 
1 28 July V^l" J>iiie67l24 Sept.73 
|2» i^J .-il-jDec. 69'24 Sept.73 
I Nov. 6oi 8 Oct. 73 
I Nov. 6oi 8 Oct. 73 
iiOot. 59118 Oct. 73 
I Nov. 60 29 Oct. 73 

1 Nov. 60 29 Oct. 73 
6 Nov. 67I29 Oct. 73 
.oJuly 67 1 7 Nov. 73 

2 Apr. 64'! 
[6 Oct. 66|i2 Nov. 73 

I Jan. 67I12N0V. 73 
22 Mar. 64 6 Dec. 73 
28 July 67 6 Dec. 73 

I July 61 1 10 Dec. 73 



) June 62 



Royal Marmes 






Nov. 60 17 Dec. 73 
,_Dec. 60! 17 Dec. 73 
2oDec; 64 27 July 66 24 Dec. 73 
i4Apr.59^?Dec-6ol I. Tan. 74 
8 Jan. 
30 Mar. 



.3 Aug. 64 
A Apr. 59 
7 Aug. 61 
4 Oct. 64 



13 Oct. 60 
I Apr. 62 



■6 Aug. 
3 Dec. 



James Fox BroughK,/^^^^^^^^ 

William ThornhiU Blo^ljjl^"./^' l^^.^^j^^i^^^illi^ Fus. (,7 F.). 

Ravmond Wallace B. White iUu o) , \^ , , ? -^^ ^^ ,6 p 



Raymond 

Hiilya: "■■ 

RiS-d rw? D^nniSLOun, Major, 

Edward Mashiter Dausey, Majo^. 

George Frederick Leycester Ma 

craX Jones Lucius Hill 3fa; 



HnWd H Angus Cameron, Major, 
Henry Donald Browne, Major King 

S-^^I'^.'^T.'fp.Wk LtrceTtef Marshall, Major, .R- Engineers 



Bedfordshire Regt. ( 
.= 's Royal Rifles (60 F.)..^.. 
N.Staffordshire Regt.(64F.) 



West India Regt. 



harles Jo^es j.uulu= — - ^j^^v ^- ^^est Riding Regt. (76 F.) 
uouglas Campbell Dewet.^ 7 Northumberland Fui 
D-i'i GfJL°SSrlon, Jf^o.', Royal Artillery 



(SF.) 



8 Oct. 59 

8 Nov. 61 
6 Aug. 64 
3 June 63 
:o Nov. 65 



6 Mar. 70I 7 Jan. 74 
;3 Nov. 60] 21 Jan. 74 
_7 Mar. 69' 21 Jan. 74 
22 Dec. 60 24 Jan. 74 
I Oct. 64 24 Jan. 74 
6 Mar. 70,29 Jan. 74 
9 Dec. 59' 4 Feb. 
8 June6oi 4 Feb. ,^< 
2oSept.64'i4Feb. 7» 
6Nov.67li5Feb. 74 

8 Dec. 60! 1 8 Feb. 74 
I July 65I 3 Mar. 74 

9 Dec. 65 6 M»r. 74 
8 June 60 II Mar. 74 
8 Dec. 60 II Mar. 74 

[8 Dec. 60 II Mar. 74 

18 Dec. 6ojii Mar. 74 
[9 Dec. 60] 1 1 Mar, 

19 Dec. 60 II Mar 
14 Jan. 63'iiMar. 74 

6 June 66 17 Mar. 74 
4 Aug. 67I 19 Mar. 74 
4 Aug. 66 27 Mar. 74 

4 Apr. 69' 28 Mar. 74 

5 May 69' 28 Ma.r. 74 
8 June 60; I Apr. 74 



16 May 62 
4 July 60 
23 Aug. 59 



B£fi^«f^^--e--^^^^ 



^^^'^%^MoSd^j^r3^«'%'^oyul-A.tiljery' 
lecher Temple, Major, Berkshire Regt (41 
Frederick Sam B?rr,K«>.,Scots^Fusil^^^^ 



Cheshire Regt. (22 F.) 
Hussars . 



Dallas Edge, Majo 



t^S^^-^°g,f^'Syork^i^eK^ 
^!! ^rl'^nnt Kgerton.'Ma/or, Royal HorseGuards _ 



2 Aug. 64I 8 Apr. 74 
2 July 64I15 Apr. 74 
- Sept.63;29 Apr _ 
June 60 9 May 74 



>t Light Infantry (13 F.) 

ding Regt. (33 F.) 

;egt. (33F.) 



iii.shRifles (90 F.). 
Marines 



Alfred Mordaimt Kgerto 

Roblrt Stuart Clarke 3i";or,bo 
^,,<,. William F.vevett,--l/.'-\^ 
fedward Ncsbilt, il/q|."-, -, 

Frederick ^^^i^^ f^,f °, liajor. Royal Artillery 






9 Dec. 6o| 9 May 74 

4 Mar. 60 I Jan. 62,13 May 74 
tjan. 67I I Apr. 68 13 May 74 

1 19 Dec. 60 23 May 74 
9 Aug. 62' 14 Mar. 65I23 May 74 
6Mar.63li8Apr. 65 23Miy 74 
25 Mar. 63 2 Nov. 66 10 June 74 

5 Mar. 61 i 12 Oct. 68 10 June 74 

110 Dec. 60 I July 74 

19 Dec. 60 I July 74 

I Apr. 61I I July 74 

8 Apr. 63 8 May 67! 2 July 74 

4 Dec 63 29 May 67 9 J"l.v 74 

3 Feb. 66 13 Feb. 67 " J" y 74 

6 Oct. 63 8Mar.67ii Ju.y 74 
8 June 67 8Aug.68i2Juy 74 

I Apr. 61 I July 74 
19 Jan. 64I 8 June 67112 Aug. 74 
23 July 61 19 Dec. 6;|i9Aug.74 
25 June 58 4 June 61:29 Aug. 74 
8 .Tune 64 " J«i^- ^7 9 Sept.74 
tSept.65i3July 67 9 Sept.74 
6 Oct. 66 17 Jan. 70 13 Sept.74 
18 Oct. 59 19 Sept.74 
5 Feb. 61 1 28 Sept.74 
I Apr. 61 28 Sept.74 

10 Nov. 69 7 0>^''- 74 
I July 61 10 Oct. 74 
I July f I 10 Oct. 74 
I July 61 10 Oct. 74 
I July 61 10 Oct, 
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Majors 



113 



I COBNET, 
j2nd.LIBUT. 

OrKNSiGK. 

Alesaiifler Cainphell, Major, Royal Artillery | 

Edmond Charles Browue, Major, Scots Fusiliers (21 F.) 123 Sept. 62 

p.t.e. Alex. Martin Paterson, Major, Bodi ordshiro Regt. (16 F.) 10 Oct. 



J/-, 



|i Frederick Daw.-5on, .1/",: 
[ Frederic (Uowc 

John .lames H;i 

Williiiiii ()..!e (■ 

Heiirv T f. S , 

Aumistiis i(. ,1. 
Thoi,l;.s'n;llH,t, 

, WilUaui FrMrr 
P.».c. \U. (:iiii>, ': 

i Robert Waller, • 

' Arthur Gi-cy Hi^ 

i Henry L'Etitniirjv :.1:h 

, Henry Sheil, M„jnr. \-[ 
Frederick llenr\' J'.r.-k 
William RoltTriM' .:<. 

, Vernor i"'i:it.T '/•; -• 

' Walter I . . , 
AVilliaia I I' ,■ 

. John 1.. I'l. •; ,-~, 
John l-'r,, t: , ;/ 

. p.s.c. W --, ,■ ... .1 
Sidaev ^ : .' 

Thorn,, ~ , i , 

Geory.' , 
H.Jolii, , 
Henr-. ! 
Waltc- 1- i i 

"Walter CnM^h, J/,,,,-, 
Alexander NVriHht, .1/-- 
Arthur Wilkinson, .V,, 
■p.s.c. Tlmmas Sulup^- > 
FAderick (.'onin 'i 1-, 
Henrv liurtou W 1 : 1 
Rolanl Lewi.- A . . 



lam Licrht Infanti-y (106 F.) 
iroKeift. (30 F.) 
,\ V.G'il. (3 F.) .. 
tiUerv 



■■'. ' v-r/^r.'isa^^^^'jieK^ (107 Fo"::i 

U'l'iur, Durham Light Inf. (106 F.). 

- lliding Regt 

, Itedlordshire Regt. (16 F.) 

■. J/iijor, 16 Lancers 

il Artillery 

15 Hussai 



Royal Marii 

laiidlli-wlai 
M.nnr. fii,' 



(34 F.) 



:..gt. (II F.) 
ire Regt. (36 F.) 
al Rifles (60 F.) 
gt. (56 F.) 



I July 6: 
7 J'liy 
9 Oct. 
10 Mar. 6c' 17 Nov. 63 
8 Sept.63'2i Nov. 65 
6 Aug. 61 30 Dec. 65 

I I July 61 

122 Dec. 59 

I I July 61: 



CAPTAIN. 

17 UCI. 74 
66^19 Oct. 74! 
67130 Oct 



Oct. 74' 
31 Oct. 74 
8 Nov. 74 
II Nov. 74< 
25 Nov. 74 
25 Nov. 74! 

I I July 6i!25 Nov. 74 

20 July 67 13 Aug. CS|2^ Nov. 74! 
25 Apr. 65 9 Mar. 67113 Dec. 74' 
2 Feb. 64 15 June67Ji6 Dec. 74I 
23 Aug. ftijiS July 65 23 Dec. 74J 



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July- 
July 
Jul.y 



9 Dec, 65 ! 7 Dec. 67 
22 Aug. 63 7 -Mav 70 

lisOct. 6 

27 Feb. 67 13 Juu«68 

2 May 59126 Sept. 6 
12 Jul.y 64*29 Jan. 71 
20 July 661 4 Mar. 6; 

2 Oct. 63Jii Dec. 66 
26 July 64121 Aug. 67 

3 July 60 1 8 Jau. 64 
3 ) Jan. 63 6 Feb. 65 



/' -•. l.cik^h.rcRcgt. (49 F.) 

' .-cuts(iF.) 

l.vndonRegt. (7 F.) 

; I ' Marines 

, ", 1, ire Regt. (62 F.) 

■ V.rs(io4F.) 

:: ii ilifles {60 F.) 

'/ - King's Royal Rifles (60F.) 

III..', J/i</"r, Rifle Brigade 

iussars 

iu Fusiliers 

ilin Fu..,iliers {103 F.) 

1 I. ' ^ishire Regt 

'; . .-hire Regt. (37 F.) 

lit Infantry (71 F.) 

i.-liire Regt. (10 F.) 



Durham Light Inf. (68 F.) ... 

Lancers 

.S. Yorkshire Regt. (105 F.)... 
'■. ' A . Yorkshire Regt. (14 F.) 

-liire Regt. (95 F.) 
'I, 'if London Regt. . 
((/■ .-, Lancashire Fus. (20 F.) 
no. Major, 4 Hussars 



Thomas Fentbn' A ; i 
Francis Moore, i/ , i 
Benjamin Freml. '• 
Ambrose Humjj'n . i;,: 
Lionel Richard Si!,:, ,iim 
David HiyceBurn,J/<i/oi 
James John Davy, Major 
Robert Leith Shaw, ^^„i,, 
Franci> Aoir, Ti i.- 1,' ; 
Walter I A -A,, ,m; 
Johndr A iir !/ 
John (A. .Ah /^ i, ■.' 

Alfred Kissel II:, 1, A , 

Samuel William I 
John Frederic Ih , 
Herbert Charles .■- . m 
Bertram Walter ('. Funi i 
William Henry de Silis . 
WilliHrn Edward Roheit.-. 
Bdwd. I'rimrose T. G(j1. I.- 
Neil Ken janiia Ed 
James M'Uleverty, Major, Devtiy.-'hire Regt. (45 F.) 

p.».c: Rowland Hill, Major, Dorsetshire Regt. (39 F.) 

Charles D'Oyly HMrmar, Major, Dorsetshire Regt. (39 F.) . 

P.S.C. All.any Robert Savile, Major, Irish Regt. (18 F.) 

Thomns Davison, Major, i6 Lancers 

Frederick Robert Beechey, Major, Royal Marines.!....."...'!.. 
Charles (iore, Lord Kilmarnock, Major, Royal Horse Guards 

James Kentish, Major. i4Huss!ir8 

Henry Roper Curzon Hewat, Major, Scots Fusiliers (21 F.) 
St. Andrew St. John, Major, Royal Marines 

Wilfred Tolson, -If, A,. SAi--, ■ ]\.-'\ 1 .- F ) 

Edward W. G. I ;■ . , ',' \: [■nim's 

Arthur Corbet M,, 
John Ignatius -M< ! 1/ 

Frederiek East A|itiiori, 
Harry Holding, Majnr ]> 
Will iim I'rescod ilnlines 
Sanui (le.jrge Bootli, M;j',i 
Walter Gordon Norcott, Mi 
p.s.c. Edwin "Wardroper, M. 
Edwd. Richd. Spicker Bran 
Thomas Stanhope (Tildoii, J 
George Coope Helme, Maj, 
p.s.c. .Archibald Glen. M.ir.i 
Han-y William Parker, .1/,/, 

Gerald Altham Hoeltiue, .Ma'/or It .V;iT Marine's 

Archibald Duftield Edcr,, Ma,,jr. Seo'ttish Rifles (26 F. )'.'.'.'.''.''.'. 
John Henry btawell Seagram, Major. Derbyshire Regt. (95 F.) 
p.s.c. Frederick Lutiman-Johnsun, Major, York and Lan- ) 
caster Regr.. (65 F.) .. j 

Charles de Jersey (;,a>me, -V,-/'.r,N'orthumi)erlan'd 'Fus'.'c's'f.) 
Wilhani Blakoway Barton, M-.jnr. Seutti.-h Rifles (26 F.) ...... 

Henry Seton Bourchier, Major Rovtl .Vl-irlnes 

Robert William F. H.dt, Ma/',r'. Ro',-al MHrnu.'S !!!!.'!"!;"".!!!!! 



4 July 
6 May 62 

18 Sept. 61 
24 Nov. 63 
16 Feb. 64 

9 Aug. 64 
4 Oct. 64 
12 Feb. 67 
9 May 65 

19 Dec. 62 

20 May 64 
Feb. C 



17 Nov. 63 
16 Ma.y 65 
10 Sept..6j 

2 Nov. 66 
19 Fel). 67 

I Aug 
28 Oct. 

18 Aug. 69 
9 Oct. 69 
4 July 6 

13 July 67 
Tune 64 



2 May S9,i3 N 
loMny 64 7 An<r. 67 
19 May 63 27 Nov. 66 



' ■ -■•■' i'U^iliers (.,.1 F.) 

- .-, 1; :;.,: M:ivmes 

llap.r. Inniskiiling Fusiliers (loS F.) 

ke of Cornwall's Light Infantry 

Major. Dublin Fusiliers (103 F.) 

' ■ m R-gt. (i F.) 

n.,n r lAi-iliers (loi F.) 

■ -'^ 1^ At. (.07 F.) 

'/'■. lA .-MureyRegt. {70F.) 
lalorth Highlanders (72F.) 

■Invluro Regt. (10 F.) 

liishireRegt. (10 F.) 



9 Feb. 64 27 Feb. 67 
28 June 64 8 Mar. 67 
13 June 63 9 Mar. 67 

8 Maj 67 14 Oct. 68 
10 Feb. 64 9 Mar. 67 
20 Apr. 66 8 Fell. 68 

9 Oct. 63 4 Apr. 65 
24 Jan. 63 23 Mar. 66 

2 Feb. 64!ir Ay 
6 Apr. 61! 9 Oct. 63 
8 Oct. 64! 5 Mar. 69 

26 May 65I2S May 70 
30 Jan. 66 -7 Msiy 68 

3 June 64! 15 July 68 
:5 June 61 1 12 Sep"t.65 
I Ma.y 59 [26 Apr. 64 
I Mar. 62:19 July ^4 

1 Feb. 62*11 July 68 
5 June 661 3 Apr. 69 

10 July 68 127 July 70 
15 Feb. 61 15 Mar. 64 

5 Feb. 61 J 3 Jan. 65 
17 Mar. 63! 6 Mar. 67 

8 June 67 j 31 July 69 

2 May 59 13 Doc. 61 
7 July 69 ig Aug. 71 

27 June 68 10 Aug. 70 

4 Aug. 63 20 Apr. 67 
12 May 59] ^o Dec. 61 

6 Jan. 60 20 Feb. 63 
12 May 5Q 26 Dec. 61 
27 Feb. 62 20 July 66 
12 May 59 15 Jan. 62 

11 Aug. 63 18 Jan. 67 
31 Dec. 6ij 5 Dec. 62I18 Dec. 75 

I Mar. 64' 18 Dec. 67 18 Dec. 75 

3 Dec. 64I11 Ma.y f'Q 19 Jan. 76 
3 Feb. 69*30 Oct. 69119 Jan. 76 

9 Mar. 66j29 J'l'y 67' 17 Feb. 76 



^8 Dec. 74 
31 Dec. 74 
13 Jan. 75 
17 Jan. 75 
20 .Ian. 7=; 
12 Feb. 75 
3 Mar. 75 

10 Mar. 75 
19 Mar. 75 
24 Mar 
24 Mar 

I Apr 
I Apr. 75 
I Apr. 75 
I Apr. 75 
I Apr. 7 
I Apr. 75 
I Apr. 75 
I Apr. 75 

1 Apr 
7 Apr. 75 

11 Apr.- 75 
17 Apr. 75 
19 Apr. 75 
28 Apr. 75 

12 May 75 

12 May 75 

13 May 75 
13 May 75 
[5 May 75 
!2 May 75 
!2 May 75 
26 M;iy 75 
26 May 75 

2 June 75 
5 June 75 
5 June 75 

12 June 7: 
7 July 75 

7 July 7 

8 July 7 
21 July 7 

I July 7. 

I Jul.y 7 

21 July 75 
4 Aug. 75 
7 Aug. 75 
7 Aug. 75 
7 Aug. 75 
7 Aug. 75 
4 Sept. 75 

II Sept. 75 
8S-pt.75 

24 Sept.75 
Oct. 75 
Oct. 75 

30 Nov. 75 
I Dec. 75 
6 Dec. 75 



26 July 64 


20 Nov. 67 


26 Feb. 76 


22 Deo. 63 


27 Nov. 67 


7 Mar. 76 


28 Jan. 62 


14 June 64 


22 Mar. 76 


4 Feb. 62 


19 July 64 


22 Mar. 76 


16 Oct. 67 


12 May 69 


I Apr. 76 


12 May eg 


IS Jan. 62 


15 Apr. 76 


21 Feb. 60 


8 July 62 


19 Apr. 76 


23 Jan. 63 


3 May 66 


19 Apr. 76 


loOct. 65 


7 Nov. 6S 


19 Apr. 76 


3 July 60 31 May 64 


29 Apr. 76 


3 July 60 4 Apr. 64 


3 May 76 


12 May 59 I Mar. 62 


20 May 76 


12 May 59 


28 Mar. 62 


2 June 76 



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I Jul.y 1 

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I Jul/ I 

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: July 8 



I WHEN 
PLACBDOir 
,J{.i.TLV PAT. 



14 



Majors. 



F.) 



p.g.c. William Assheton Eardley Wilmot, ilajor, NorthO 

umberland Fusiliers (5 F.) ;;;-V.';'l"T"p';"'"r' \ 

.1. Fane Ballard, Major, Duke of CornwaU's Light Inf. (32 i> ■) 
PhiUp Charles Yorke, Major, Lancaster Kegt. (4 F.)........^-- •■ 

John Love Vincent, Major, Northumberland Fusiliers (5 i ■)■- 
p.s.c. Herbert Scott Gould Miles, Major, Munster Fus. (101 b .) 

Thomas Edward Stopford Hickman, Major, 14 Hussars 

Francis WUliam Robertson, Major, Sussex Regt. (107 b.}. 

Arthur Leycester Wynter, Major, Manchester Regc. (96 i" .) ... 

Benjamin Ingham Tidswell, Major, i Dragoons 

Henry Brian Buchanan, Major, Rifle Brigade ......^..... 

David Michael Fras. Bradv, Maior, S. Lancashire Regt 

Cyril William Bowdler Bell, Major, 8 Hussars •/■•••■■■ 

John Smith O'Brien Blake, Major, Lincolnshire Regt (10 F.) 
George Campbell, Major, York and Lancaster Regt. (65 J" ■) 

Ponsonby Wm. Watts JLTa/or, Irish Regt. (18 F.) ........ 

p s.c. Edw. Champneys Miiner, Major, Irish Regt. (18 ij.. 
Stuart Lloyd Richards, Major, Leicestershire Regt. (17 F.) 
Montagu Brook Wilbraham Taylor, Major, Rifle Brigade .. 

Henry Farrer, Major, Connaught Rangers (94 F.) 

Arthur Mark Crofton, Major, 8 Hussars 

Charles Morant Churchill, Major, West Kent Regt. ( 

Ponsonbv Alcock, Major, Munster Fusibers (104 F.) 

Walter Chrystie Underwood, Major, 4 Hussars 

Richard Knox, Major, 13 Hussars • •••■• 

Charles Robert Kerr, Major, Dublin Fusiliers {102 F.)^ ... 
Thomas Edward Verner, Major, Wiltshire Regt. (62 F.) . 
Allan Saunders, Major, South Staffordshire Regt. (80 F.) 
Edmund Henry Berkeley, Major, Dorsetshire Regt. (39 F.) 

Barnett Nethercote Anley, Major, Welsh Regt. (41 F.) 

Spencer Acklom, Major, Connaught Rangers (88 F.) 

Frederick Francis Wilder Taylor, Major, Dublin Fus. (102 

George Oakes, JJ/aJor, Yorkshire Regt. (19 F.) 

Henry Moore, Major, Lancaster Regt. (4 F ) .. ..^.. 

William Keilv Westropp,^' JWaJor, h.p. Durham Lt. Inf. (68 F.) 
Richard Henry Atkinson, Major, The Border Regt. (55 ^■) ■■■■■■ 
Thomas Adam A. Barstow, Major, Seaforth Highlanders (72F.) 
Frederick Ekins Lindoe, Major, N. Lancashire Regt. (81 i .)... 

Wm. Archibald Small, Major, Gordon Highlanders 

George Froom, Major, Connaught Rangers (94 F.)....... ...... 

Charles Talbot Peyton, Major, Durham Light Infantry (106 
Walter Wilson James, Major, Durham Light Inf. (106 F.) 
David George Johnston, Major, Munster Fusiliers (loi F-). 
Wilfred Turner Anderson, Major, S. Staffordshire Regt. (80 F.) 
Herbert Leigh Gipps, Major, Yorkshire Regt, (19 F.) ■■■••■•••■• 
Frederic Whitworth R. Jones, Major, Manchester Regt. (63 i .) 
Augustus Charles Frederick FitzGeorge, Major, 11 Hussars... 
Sir George Albert de H. Larpeut, Bart. Major, Connaugnt ) 

Rangers (88 F.) - ■•■••-■■•-' 

Vincent Robert Bisooe. Major . N. Lancashire Regt. (47 i •) ••• 

Arthur Purvis Loyd, Major, 21 Hnssar.s 

Richard Edward Rowley Martin, Major, 6 Dragoons 

William Head Bayly, Major, West Kent Regt. (50 F 



Staff Captain for liecrniting But 
p.s.c. Alfred James Pater.soii, Major^ Yorkshire Regt. 



COBNBT, 

2ndLiKUT. 

OrBHBIGW. 

29 Mar. 61 
8 Jan. 64 
2 Dec. 62 
2 July 6 
4 Feb. 69 

22 Dec. 63 

10 Mai. 66 
20 Aug 

28 Oct. 

29 Mar. 64 
28 Jan. 6; 

23 Dec. 64 

11 Feb. 62 

2 Kov. 66 
8 July 62 
I Nov. 65 
I Feb. 62 
5 Jan. 64 
1 Nov. 58 

3 Sept. 71 
I Dec. 60 

4 Aug. 63 
4 July 69 

16 Oct. 67 
3 Jan. 69 
25 Jan. 6s 

3 Aug. 61 
7 Nov. 63 

4 Jan. 62 
June 64 



F.) 



9 Aug. 64 
7 Apr. 66 
5 June 66 
24 Jan. 6s 
7 Apr. 70 
7 Nov 

1 Aug. 67 
29 June 66 

28 Oct 
15 May 67 

29 May 67 
23 June 69 
II Oct. 64' 

2 Sept. 68 
igjulv 68 

1 Aug. 68 
II Sept. 65 

3 June 68 
19 Dec. 62 
28 Oct. 71 
18 Oct. 64 

9 Feb. 68 

2 Aug. 71 
28 Oct. 71 
28 Oct. 71 
23 Mar. 66 

9 Mar. 67 
13 Mar. 66 
21 Feb. 6s 

7 Oct. 67 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAT. 



29 July 66 30 June 69 
II June 61 29 Dec. 65 
15 Jan. 64127 Mar. 69 
6 Jan. 60 14 June 64 
17 Mar. 63 30 ^lar. 67 
19 Apr. 64 18 Dec. 67 

10 Nov. 6s 5 June 66 
9 Oct. 63|i8Dec. 66 
3 Oct. 66:22 Aug. 68 
8 Jan. 68:28 Oct. 71 

11 July 68 28 Oct. 



28 Oct, 

14 Oct. 68 
3 Apr. 67 
2 May 68 

14 July 69 

13 Sept. 69 



9 Feb. 70 

4 Aug. 65 

9 Jan. 63 

8 June 67 
23 Dec. 64 
21 Nov. 6; 
21 June 64! 9 Nov. 67 j 

4 July 6SJ14 Oct, 



14 June 76 
14 June 76 
14 June 76 
24 June 76 
23 Aug. 76 

26 Aug. 76 

6 Sept. 76 
20 Sept. 76 

27 Sept. 76 
4 Oct. 76 

28 Oct. 76 
28 Oct. 76 

I Nov. 76 
I Nov. 76 
4 Nov. 76 
4 Nov. 76 

7 Nov. 76 
9 Dec. 76 

4 Jan. 77 
6 Jan. 77 

6 Feb. 77 
24 Feb. 77 

7 Mar. 77 
17 Mar. 77 
17 Mar. 77 
21 Apr. 77 

5 May 77 
7 May 77 

23 May 77 
9 June 77 
9 June 77 

16 June 77 
I Aug. 77 
S Aug. 77 
5 Aug. 77 
S Aug. 77 

20 Sept. 77 
Oct. 77 

31 Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 
9 Nov. 77 
14 Nov. 77 
;4 Nov. 77 
!4 Nov. 77 



24 Nov. 77 
Dec. 77 
Dec. 77 



,. JulV 67129 .Jan. 70 8 Dec. 77 

^ _ _ ie Feb. 67I22 June7o, 8Dec. 77 

Ernest The~odore Evans, Major, h.p. Lancashire Fus. (20 F.); > i gent. 64! 4 Jan. 7i!i9 Dec. 77I 

StatFCar>ta,ui,rEe.nnto.a I>atUs. Dulli. F.).!ji7July 63129 June 67 i Jan. 78 

- ' ^' ' ' ' Dec. 68 23 Jan. 78 



1 July 8) ! 

I July 8; 

I July 8 

I Julv 8 

I July 8 

I July 8 

I July 8 

1 July Si 

I July 8: 

I July 8i 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July 81 1 

I July 81 

I July 81 1 

I July 81 1 

I July 81 

I July 81; 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July Si 

I July 81 

I July 8] 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July 8] 

I July 81 

I July 81 

I July 8: 

I Julv 8: 

I July 8 

I July 8 



William Langmore Wrcford. Maj. N. Lincashire Regt. (47 F.) ,14 Mar. 65J10 Dec. 6Bj23 Jan. 7» 
V.S.C. Harry Cooper, Majnr, Nnrili Lai.cu^hire Regt^ 47 F.) ...;io Nov. 65 23 Nov. 70 23 Jan. ,S 

John Henry Campbell, n/„.y.,r, .LeiustcT i:e,gt. (109 F.) -v!" J™^ 59 26 Oct. 60, 6 Feb. 78 

William Penn Symoas Muh,-, South Wales Border.rs (24 F.) 6 Mar. 63130 Oct 66 16 Feb. 7b 



cottish Relies (26 F.) .'..:, .....I 8 July 62 22 July 68J16 Feb. 78 

Mancl.e^ter Regt. (63 F.) __..|i3 July 67112 June 69I13 Mar. 78 

7T3 Apr.' 78 



3 June 68 



Nov. 70 



Sept. 72 
Feb. 7 



Luer BDiiiing, Jiia/or, 13 iiuoBixio • j- , — ;, ' t^ i T„i^ .7R 

liams Morris Major, Northamptonshire Regt. (58 F.) s Jul.v 64 [ 2 Dec. 69 24 July 7» 
i D. M'Causland,3f(yor,N. StaffordshireRegt.(98 F.) 21 Mar. 6324 Apr. 69 21 Au ?» 
fickell B. Sparks !/«>•, N.Staffordshire Regt. (98 F.) 22 Mar. 65, 9 Oct. 69 14 |e t.78 



William Penn Symo 

George Henry Wilson, Majoi 

Robert Wright Studdy, Major, jixjinuncr-uci j.>,cf^u. ^^^ j. .^ ..^...-j .-■.. ■-,,-- - 

p.s.e.PatrickDouglasJe£freys,J/<yo)-,ConuaughtRangers(83F.) 9 Nov. 66; 9^eh. 70 

Charles Verelst Verelst, Major, 1 1 Hussars 20 Oct. 69 , 28 Uct 

Arthur Kennedy M'Causland, Major, Welsh Regt. (41 F.) 25 Dec. 67112 Wo^ 

Edgar John Robinson, Major, West Kent Regt. (so F.) 118 Oct. 64128 Oct. , 

p.s.c. William Chetiwode Lloyd, Major, 20 Hussars... ^ [n Dec. 661 2 Aug. 7 

Aubrey Maurice Maude, Major, Scottish Rifles (go F.) 

John Kinder Spilling, Major, 13 Hussars 

Aug. Will' "' " ■ 

Dominick 

Edward Tickell B. Sparks, l/o/' . - 

Robt. Lewis Arathoon, Major, Northampt'-nshire Regt. (38 l> .) 

Edward Hemery Le Breton, Major, Irish Regt. (iS F.) 

Henry Fane Grant, Major, 4 Hussars • 

F'oster Lechmere Wade-Dalton, Major, Welsh Regt. (41 F.) ... 
Reg. Carey Anneslev, Major, Cameron Highlanders (79 F.) ... 

p.s.c. John Spence, j/u/-,-, S. Yorkshire Regt.... 

Lionel Godolphin Brooke, Major, Connaught Rangers (94 i .) 

Orr Boswell Gordon, Major, Cameron Highlanders (79 F.) 

Howel Gunter, Major, Black Watch (73 F.) 

Charles E. S. Parker, Major, Black Watch (73 F.) 

Robert Kean Brereton, jVifi/o)-, Irish Regt. (18F.) 

Horace Howell, Major, Bengal Staff Corns 

Walter Cave, Major, Irish Fusiliers (89 F.) 

Crawford Lewin Allan, Major, Durham Light Infantry (loCi .) 

Alaric E. A. Cross, Major, Gordon Highlanders (75 F.) 

Alfred Lionel M'Nair, Major, Bombay Stuff Corps 

William Sanders Darley, M,ijor, S. Stallordshire Regt 

Everard Strangways Neave, Major, hengal Stafl' Corps 

George Charles Daintry, Major, Kast Yorkshire Regt. (15 1".) 

James Brough*m, Major, South Lancashire Regt. (40 F.) 

William Henry Moberly, Major, S. Lancashire Regt. (40 F.) 



Ml 

;o May 7S 

2 June 78 

3 July 7S 
S July 78 



9 Aug. 64^29 Jan. 7o;i4Sept.78 

8 Jan. 67I16 Mar. 701 14 Sept. 78 

3 Dec. 68! 8 Dec. 69|ioJan. 79 

oFeb. 69! 5 Apr. 71! i Mar. 79 

:4Nov. 63)20 Jan. 67,13 Mar. 79 

7 Jan. 63!2g May 67112 Apr. 79 

5 May 6928 Oct. 7i;i5 Apr. 79 

JulV 63^17 Feb. 69,19 Oct. 79 



I July 81 1- 
I July 81; 
I July 81 1 
I July 81 1 
I July 81 
I July 81 
I July 81 
I July Si 
I July 81 ■ 
I July 81 
I July 81 
I July 81 
I July Si 
I July ?.: 
I July Si 
I July Si 
I July El 
I July 81 
I Julv fl 
I July Si 
I July ?i 
I Julv ?i 
I July Si 
I July 81 
I July 81 
July 81 



8 July 62123 June 651 7 July 74 10 July 

6 JulV 62J 4 Aug. 65] I Apr 7sj i July Si 

7 Nov. 62 21 Aug. 67: 2 Mar. 78110 July 81 

26 July 61 30 July 62 26 July 7326 July 81 

8 Juue6i 2S Dec. 65 20 Aug. 71 12 Aug. 81 

7 Feb. 65 25 Dec. 67 ii Nov. 76 24 Aug. 81 
/:; May 67 17 Apr. 69 17 Out. 78,24 Aug. 81 

27 Aug. 61 '26 Oct. 64 27 Aug. 73 27 Aug. 81 

8 Julv 62 29 Sept. 65 31 Oct. 77' 3 Sept. 81 
4 Mar. 68 4 Sept.. 73 '^"•^'' °' 



4 Sept. 61 4 Mar. 68 4 Sept.. 73 4 f'ept.bi, 

4 June 64 25 Dec. 67,53 May 74J 6 Sept.81 

- - ■>-' --' 8 Sept.Si' 

Sept.81 



Hugh Sutlej Gough, Major, io Hussars 2 May 68 -A 



_ June 65 20 Oct. 69 31 Oct. 
7 Aug. 66 30 Mar. 67 25 Jan. 78 



Oct. 



23 June 75 13 Sept.81 



Majors. 



"5 



Howe James Knox, 2Iajor, Welsh Fusiliers (23 F.) 

p.s.c. Edward John Lyiich, Major, The Buffs (3 F.) 

Waldron E. R. Kelly, il/n/or. The Buffs {3 F.) 

Frederick B. J. Jerrard, Uu/or, West Riding Regt. (33 F.) 

Alex. Ward Simnsou, :trajor, Irish Regt. (18 F.) 

Henry Geor-o LttV.n-, Jfajor, Essex Regb. (44 F-) 

Henry AValpolc, JLiJ^jr, N. Lancashire Rejt. (Si F.) 

Edward Eai-dley Lushington, M.i:-"-. ■ '■'■ - rs 

Neil Bannatyne. Ifo/or, E. Lain- ' p F.) 

George Arthur Way'man, ilfa/or. .j-t. {99F.) 

Charles Henry Currey, Miy'oc, t '' '"'•':' _; 

Henry Richard P. Lindesay, -l/i ^ . i li.-. 1 1 !" 1 

James Alexander, Ifa/or, S. St: ' ■: . ' '' 1 

TJ.s.c. Daniel List Brain, JfVyor, I. ; ' | 

Charles Wm. H. Helyar, Major, ^ Ir,-- 

Gerard Septimus Burton, Major, Norfolk llogi. 19 f'.J 

Charles Edward Harenc, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Theodore Carr, 3£(yor, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. George Poignand. Major, Leinster Rt^gt 

p.s.c. Robert Elias. Major, B. Lancashire Reg'. 

Cecil Hardy St. Paul, 'Major, Rifle Brigade 

p.s.c. James Walton F. Baxton, Jtfu/or, InniskilUngFus. (27F.) 

Philip Stainforth. Mijor, Inniskill-.ng Fusiliers (27 F.) 

Henry Hare, .l/',o;-, JIunster Fiisiiiers (101 F 1 

William Henry Browne, Major, Bengal Sta'.i Corps 

George William Hcresford. Moji.r, l-leii'-;i' Srnlf Corps 
Alfred Rcanisip'^ ■ :. 1/-., r. V, 
Patrick Franci- " '.' 

George Henr\ 1 ' -, 

p.s.e. Alex. Hoiv 1 ,^ . o'. 

iJ.s.c. Thdiii:,.-. I'r >'k-,:. .1/. •, 

John]\I.-;r-~!Mii;.ii, l/r,' ,-, i.'.iic. 
Henry Dm. mi .v. < i,,or,:, M,-,.,, 
William Pl.ilni., M.ij,:,, \) ,.■..■■, 
Frederick Willi:!-: :r -i, . -' 
Frederic Job.n ( 1. ■ Li 

Robert Wm. I'. 1 - r 

Edward H. Fit 
Richard Humph r.y Ty 



CORNET, 
2ndLIEUT, 
OrENSlGN. 

4 Mar. 62 

5 Aug. 64 



LIEUT. 



8 Sept.63 
28 Oct. 64 
6 Aug. 64 
o July 63 
26 Feb. 64 



■gt. (6F.) 

i 1 landers f 92 F.) 

■~t.(4SF.) 

.i.-i;c;^t.{33P.) 
i',! 



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Oct. 61 
26 Oct. 61 
24 May 61 
4 Mar. 65 
9 Nov. 67 

1 Jan. 67 

2 June 65 
4 Apr. 65 

20 Dec. 60 
22 Mar. 64 

10 Nov. 65 
15 Jan. 64 
18 Dec. 66 

11 July 65 
24 Apr. 69 

8 May 66 
II Dec. 66 



. "",-, Lancashire Fusiliers (20 F.) 
■ I Gloucestershire Regt. (61 F.) .. 

- W-, E. Surrey Regt. (31 F.) 

'/,'.,•. Lancaster Regt. (4 F.) 

, Major, N. Staffordshire Regt. (98 F. ) 
Robert H. G. balzell" Major, Cameron Highlanders (79 F.) ... 
Norman G. Chalmers, Major. Cameron Highlanders (79 F.)... 

Barrett Lennard Tollner Maior. Roval Artillery 

John Thomas Watling, lA- - :; -m' i:iy Staff Corps 

George Simpson, C(7;././' '. -mIT Corps 

William Clark. iUa/oc, o . . . . 1. _ .; ii:tantry (43 F.) 

Reginald C. Singleton. M,.,...-, lij.^h:;.ud Lt. Infantry (71 F.) 8 Aug. 65 

Edmund M. Mnnsell-Plcydtill, Major. 12 L-,.ucers 8 June 7 

Henry Bevan Isaacson, Major, R. Marines 18 June 59 

Henry Fuller, Mojor, R. Marines 22 June 59 

William Taylor Miller, Major, R. Marines 28 July 59 

Marsden Samuel Jas. Sunderland, J/a/o)-, Norfolk Regt. (9 F.) 24 May 6 

Charles H. G. Becher, Major, i Dragoon (runrds .w Sept. 68 

Arthur Melvill Hogg, afa/or, Bombay Staff Corps 12 Dec. 61 

William Hamilton Marriott. Major. Devonshire Regt. (11 F.) 3° June 63 

Arthur Robert Hopwood, 3/<yo»-, Rifle Brigade 10 Sept 64 

George James Gordon, Major, Suffolk Kegt. (12 F.) 23 Ji'l 

p.s.c. Charles Henry Gardner, Majot, Suffolk Reyt 8 Feb 

Frederic Lloyd Harford. Major, Worcester Regt 9 Dec. 64 

Crosbie Barton, Major, Yorkshire Regt. (19 F.) 29 Aug. 63 

Arthur French, jl/a/or, Suffolk Regt. (12 F.) 2 Dec, 

Arthur Tower, J/a>r, Derbyshire Regt. (95 F,) 10 July 66 

Frederick Firebrace, Major, Royal Engineers 

Alured do Vere Brooke, Major, Royal Engineers 

James Robert M'Cullagh, Major, Royal Engineers 

Richard Arthur Sargeaiint, J/<yor, Royal Engineers 

Jeremy Taylor Marsh, jlfa/or. Royal Engineers 

Robert J. H. Parker, 3Iajor, Royal Engineers 

Robert Henry F. Rennick, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Frederick William Joseph, Major, Bombay Staff Corps ... 
Julian Babonan Lawrence, Major, Bombay Staff Corps .... 

Henry Champernowne, Major', Royal Engineers 

Clayton Scudamore Beauchamp, Major, Royal Engineers. 

William Osborn, Major, Royal Engineers 

Lestock Francis Boileau, Major, Royal Engineers 

Thomas B. B. Savi, Major, Royal Engineers 

William Sedgwick, Major, Royal Engineers 

Andrew Wilson Baird, Major, Royal Engineers 

Albert Henry Hime, 3Iajor, Royal Engineers 

James Adair Lawrie, Major, Royal Artillery 

Desmond D. T. O'Callaghau, Major, Royal Artillery , 

Edmund S. B. Lockyer, Major, Royal Artillery 

Edmund Webb Nash, l/iyor, Roval Artillery 

George W. M. Turnbull, Major, Royal Ar-illery 

Sir Charles Larcom, Bart. Major. Royal Artillery ' 

St. Aubyn Molesworth, Major, Royal Artillery .'. j 

George Henry Marshall, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas Robert Disney, Jlfay'or, Royal Artillery 

James Keith, .Jfq/o)-, Royal Artillery 1 

Alexander Innes Shepherd, Major, Bengal Staff Corps '20 Dec 

George John ConXso-a, Major, Bombay Staff Corps ,21 Dec 



2 June 65 

4 Aug. 67 
6 Aug. 64:16 Oct. 67 
:8 Oct. 64(14 Oct. 67 

6 Mar. 67:27 Apr. 70 
I May 67' 17 Nov. 69 
I Dec. 65128 Oct. 63 

7 Nov. 68:27 Oct. 71 
8Mar. 64121 Aug. 66 
3 Oct. 62 20 Oct. 65 

~ ■ 65 5 J'™. 70 
- 2 Oct. 66 
8 Feb. 66 
2 Sept. 68 
I Dec. 65 
18 Dec. 61 

5 May 63 
:.s Oct. 61 

Feb. 67 



•4 .June 03 
■2 ilay 63 
9 July 64 
2 Feb. 64 
18 Jan. 59 
:5 Oct. 61 



Aut 



10 Mar. 

10 Mar. 75 I 
I Apr. 75 I 
I Apr. 75 1 

20 Dec. 73 2 

21 Dec. 73 2 
7 May 75 2_ 

Compton Norman, Jfa/or, Welsh Fusiliers 1 2 Sept. 62 12 Jan. 66 i June 74 24 Dec 

p.s.c. Alex. Marin Delavoye, 3fa;or, Essex Regt. (56 F.) ' 9 Feb. 64 22 Dec. 68 14 Sept. 78 3 Jan 

p.s.c. Henry T. Hughes Hallett, ifcy'or, Middlesex Regt. (57 F.) 13 Jan. 69 27 Oct. 70 28 Apr. 75 4 Jan 



13 Jan. 69 
2 Jan. 69 

17 Mar. 69 
30 Dec. 71 

17 July 66 
29 Dec. 65 

21 June 64 

29 May 67 
5 May 69 

15 Sept. 69 
2 Jan. 69 

22 Dec. 67 

21 Nov. 63 

22 Aug. 68 

14 Oct. 68 

16 Oct. 66 

25 Dec. 67 
9 Feb. 70 

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

18 Dec. 61 

26 July 64 

13 Oct. 64 

30 Apr. 64 

20 June 68 
25 Mar. 71 

21 May 62 

22 May 62 
21 Aug. 62 

17 Jan. 65 

23 Mar. 70 

14 June 64 
21 Aug. 66 
12 June 6q 
28 Apr. 63 

8 Mar. 64 
21 Mar. 68 
4 Mar. 68 

4 Mar. 68 

5 Apr. 71 

18 Dec. 61 
18 Dec. 61 
18 Dec. 61 
18 Dec. 61 
18 Dec. 61 
18 Dec. 61 
i£ Dec. 61 
18 Dec 61 
18 Dec. 61 
18 Dec. 61 
18 Dec. 61 
18 Dec. 61 
18 Dec. 61 
18 Dec. 61 
i8 Dec. 61 
18 Dec. 61 
18 Dec. 61 
18 Dec. 61 
18 Dec. 61 
18 Dec. 61 
18 Dec. 61 
18 Dec. 61 
18 Dec. 61 

I18 Dec. 61 
! 18 Dec. 61 
{18 Deo. 6 1 
18 Dec. 6t 
61 30 June 68 
61 15 Mar. 65 



George Ernest Harley, 3/a;'or. The Buffs i 4 Oct. 64: 7 Dec. 67 

Welsh Fusiliers 2 Sept. 62 12 Jan. 66 



CAPTAIN. 



9 Nov. 73 
3 May 74 
I Apr. 75 

3 June 75 

4 Sept. 78 
9 Sept. 71 

29 Jan. 79 

3 Mar. 78 
I Apr, 75 
I Mar. 74 

27 June 74 
9 Sept. 74 

4 Feo. 74 
29 Sept- 77 

I Oct. 71 

5 July 73 

15 Oct. 73 

7 Jan. 75 

I Apr. 75 

I June 75 
27 Feb. 77 

Nov. 77 

23 Jan. 78 

22 Oct. 79 
Oct. 73 

26 Oct. 73 
9 June 74 
9 Jan. 75 
u Deo. 77 

1 Jan. 70 

24 J uly 75 

2 Sept. 75 
I Apr. 73 

6 Jan. 75 
10 Feb. 77 

, Jan. 78 

23 Jan. 78 
I Aug. 78 

7 Feb. 79 
10 Apr. So 

I July 80 
6 Jan. 7 

26 Nov. 73 

27 Nov. 73 
20 Sept. 7 

22 Nov. 75J30 Nov. 
31 Aug. 78 30 Nov 



MAJOR. 



14 Sept. 8 
14 Sept. 8: 
14 Sept. 8: 
14 Sept. 8: 

14 Sept. 8: 

16 Sept. 8 
20 Sept. 8 

29 Sept. 8: 

30 Sept. 8 
I Oct. 8 
I Oct. 8 
I Oct. 8 

4 Oct. 8 
7 Oct. 8 

15 Oct. 8 
15 Oct. S 
15 Oct. 8 
15 Oct. 8 
15 Oct. 8 
15 Oct. 8 
15 Oct. 8 
15 Oct. 8 
15 Oct. 3 
15 Oct. 8 

20 Oct. 8 
26 Oct. 8 

2yOct. 8 

29 Oct. 8 
29 Oct. 8 

29 Oct. 8 

5 Nov. 8 

17 Nov. 8 
19 Nov. 8 
19 Nov. 8 
19 Nov. 8 
19 Nov. 8 
19 Nov. 8 
19 Nov. 8 
19 Nov. 8 

21 Nov. 8 
21 Nov. 8 

25 Nov. 8 

26 Nov. 8 

27 Nov. 8 

30 Nov. 8 



WHEN 
PLACED ON 
HALF PAY. 



3 Dec. 
3 Dec. 
3 Dec. 
5 Doc. 
9 Dec. 
2 Dec. 
2 Dec. 
7 Dec. 
7 Dec. 
7 Dec. 



S Oct. 76 [ 

5 Dec. 76 
Feb. 77 
.Ian. 76 

15 July 76 

2 Dec. 73 : 
;2 Mar. 76 : 

6 June 77 : 

1 Oct. 70 ) 

3 June 73 ; 

19 Dec. 77(17 Dec. 

3 Jan. 78,17 Dec. 

2 Mar. 78] 17 Dec. 

20 Apr. 78:17 Dec. 
II Dec. 73 18 Dec. : 
II Dec. 73; i3 Dec. : 
II Dec. 73 18 Dec. 
II Dec. 73I18 Dec. : 
II Dec. 73:18 Dec. \ 
11 Dec. 73'iS Dec. 
18 Dec. 73 18 Dec. i 
18 Dec. 73:18 Dec. ■ 
18 Dec. 73! 18 Dec. 

10 Feb. 74J18 Dec. 
25 Fob. 74' 18 Dec. 

11 Mar. 7^1 18 Dec. 
13 Mar. 74 18 Dec. 

I Apr, 74; 18 Dec. 
I Apr. 741 18 Dec. 

4 Apr. 74 18 Dec. 
28 May 741 18 Dec. 

16 Jan. 75; 18 Dec. 
16 Jan. 75 18 Dec. 
16 Jan. 75:18 Dec. 
16 Jan 75 18 Deo. 

7 Feb. 75 18 Dec. 
10 Feb. 7s|i8 Dec. 

75 18 Dec. 



Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 



ii6 



Mojovf 



Heury Chai-les Hinxmau, Major, Titkldlesex IJegt. fs' F.) 

Charles H. S. Kennedy, Ma jot; Wiltshire Re^t. (99 F.) 

Ernest Aujinstus iielford, Jifff/or, 17 Lancers 

Wm. Stancomb Sinking, Major, Li^-erpool Regt. (8 F.) 

Thomas Farley, -Va/or, NonVilk; Rezc. (9 F.) 

Henry Caddell, Major, Irish Fusili -rs (89 F.) 

Booth Hay Metcalfe, Major, Irish Rifles (83 F.) 

Conyngham Martyu il' Al jnne, Maj>,r. Highland Lt. Inf. (74 F.) 

Philip Henry Smith, 2lajor. Dei-onsUire Resft. (11 F.) 

Daniel Dickinson, J/u/or, Norlblk Regt. (9 F.) 

Norcott D. Roberts, Major, N. Lmcashiro Regt. i8i F ) 

John Alfred Sweay, Major, Royal Marines 

Robert G. F. Pigott, Major, W." Yorkshire Regt. (14 F.) 

Will. R. D. S. Glendonwyn, Major, Welsh Regt 

Henry Stanhope Holmes, Major, Welsh Regt. (69 F.) 

Frederick Melkintrton KenyonSww, Major, 5 Dragoon Grds. 

Stanley Napier Roberts, M.ijor. Liverp:)Oi Regt. (S F.) 

Thomas Blake Humirey, Major, Liverpool Regt. (8 F.) 

Henry P. D. Willan, Major, i Dragoon Guards 

Wm. (i. Waugh M'(;liiitoc-k, J/.//or, Yorkshire Regt. (ly F.)... 

William Wood, Major, Essex Regt 

Herbert Charles Marryat, Major, Manchester Regt. (96 F.) ... 

Herbert Francis Hiil,'.l/(7/or, Es^ex Regt. (44 F.) 

Thomas Mercer MaxweU,' Major, h.p. Dorsetshire Regt. (54 F.) 

William Francis Trotter, J/.yor, Bengal StaS' Corps 

Daniel Auchialeck, Captain. Sc >ts Fusiliers 

William F. D. Cochrane, Captain, Duke of Cornwall's Lt Inf 

Walter Cotton, Major, h.p. Royal Artillery 

Arthur Trevor Leslie, Major. The Buffs 

George Tennant Carre. Major, Royal Artillery 

Edvyard A. P. Baruell, 2Iajor, Rifi'e Brigade 

Charles Herbert IJiomi, M„jor, Northumlierlan I Fslrs. (5 F.) 

James Ruddle Gibbs, Majvr, Warwickshire Regt. (6 F.) 

p.».c. Wm. Henry Dani.?!, Major. E. Yorkshire Regt. (15 F.) 

Henry Hoyle Oddie, Major. E. Yorkshire Regt. (15 F.) 

Charles Henry Sheppard, Major, Madras Stiff Coips 

Arnold Dashwood Strettell, Maior, Bengal Staff Corps 

Thomas Deane, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

William Louis, Major, Liverpool Regt. (8 F.) 

Robert J. E. Jocelyn, Major. LiverioDl Regt. (8 F.) 

Arthur Walter Noyes, Major, W. Yorkshire Regt. (14 F.) 

Metcalfe S Brownrigg, Maj.ir. Oxfor Ishire Light lufanrry ... 

Henry M. S. Douglas, Major, Oxfordshire Lt. Inf. (52 F.) '. 

William Bowman Seton, Major, Bombay Staff Corps 

William Carre Riddell, Major, Dublin Fusiliers (103 F.) 

John Albert Lif-le, Major. Bengal Stiff Corps 

John De Burgh Lynch, Mijor, Bombay Staff Corps 

Edward Plabtagenet Phillipps,3/<y"or,Manche5ter Regt. (96 F.) 

John Lovell, Major. 21 Hussars 

Samuel Fletcher, Major, i West India Regiment 

Archibald Graham Wavell, J/u/cj-. Norfolk Regt. (9 F.) 

John Meredith Maltby , Major, ' i West India Regt 

Charles J. B. Stewart, Major, Seaforth Highlanders (78 F.) ... 

George Sydney Carr. Major, S. Lancashire Regt. (82 F.) 

Hon. John Pleydell-Bouverie, Major, 17 Lancers 

Villiers Spencer Bagot, J/o/or, Rifle Briyade ... 

Arthur Montagu Bowles, Major. Derbystjire Regt. (95 F.) 

Thomas Baker, Major, Suttblk Regt. (12 F.) 

Eustace Beaumont Baruabv, Major, h.p. Lincolnshire Regt. ) 

(10 Foot) '. j 

Sdward N. W. Holhrook, Major. Royal Marines 

Manners Charles W.iod, Major, to Hussars 

John James Ross, Major, h.p. Somersetshire Lt. Inf. (13 F.) .. 

Hon. Montagu Curzon, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Wadham Pigott Piatt, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Patrick Lawlor, Major, E.Lancashire Regt. (59 F.).. 

Francis Mordaunt Shairp, Major, Royal Marines 

p.t.c. John Adam Fergussoo, Major, Rifle Brigade 



2ndLIElT,' LIEVT. ' CAPI.VIIf. j MAJOB. 
uriiXSIGN. 

3 Mar. 64 20 Juy 67 28 Aug. ^o 4 Jan. 82' 
II Sept. 63,27 Feb. 67 27 June 74: 7 Jan. 821 
27 July 66|24 Apr. 69 12 Aug. 74 7 Jan 82I 

9 Jan. 63 26 Jan. 6d 23 Jan. 75 7 Jan. 82' 

[5 Oct. 61 22 Sept. 65 21 July 77 7 Jau. 82 

3,June64| g No\'. 67 i Apr. 76 9 J in. 82 

2 Juno 65 14 Sept. 67 30 Nov. 70 18 Jan. 82| 
[8 .Tune 61, g Nov. 66, i Apr, ^5 18 Jan. 82; 
[6 J>in. 63: 10 July 66, 7 Mar. 77 18 Jan. 82 
[9 Dec. 62:27 Mar. 66 16 Feb. 78 18 Jan. 82 

9 .May 671 5 Mar. 701 7 Jan. 3o'i8 Jau. 82 
!o Sept. 59 29 Dec. 62 + May 77 '24 Jan. 82 

4 Aug. 63129 May 67 8 Dec. 77I24 Jan. 82 
31 July 67131 July 69 13 Vov. 75 25 Jan. 82 

I Aug. 68 8 June 70 24 Nov. 67 25 Jan. 82' 

3 Jan. 65 28 Oct.. 71 2 Feb. 78 31 Jan. 82 
7 July 6j II Jan. 67 25 Feb. 75 i Feo. 82 

21 Apr. 63 20 Fell. 66 i Apr. 75! i Feb. 82 



I WHEW 
PLACED Oir 
I HALF PAT. 



21 Aiir. 63 20 Jbet). 66 I Apr. 751 i J'eo. 82 

12 Oct. 67I14 July 69 17 D.;0. 77J I Feb. 82 

4 Aug. 65 23 Jan. 69J13 Mir. 781 4 '""eb. 82 
31 Mar. 63I 2 Jan. 69 i Apr. 75' 8 Feb. 82! 
20 May 63! I Apr. 68 31 Jan. 77, 8 Fe'i R- 
27 Fel). 69I21 June 7IJ2S Aug. 78 8 Feb 
18 Dec. 60 II Aug. 63! 6 Mar. 74I14 Feb 
18 Feb. 62 28 Oct. 64J18 Feb. 74 1 18 Feb 



12 Jan. 67 
31 Aug. 66 

15 May 67 

3 Mar. 65 
II Sept. 03 
19 Dec. 62 
J 



6iji8 Feb. 74|i8 Feb. 8i 

- Sept.69l3oOct. 78 i8 Feb. 82 
2 Dec. 6S| 14 June 81 j 18 Feb. 8i 
23 Dec. 64 10 Apr. 78:19 Feb. 82 
15 Dec. 69} 6 Dec. 75 20 P^'i. 8- 
25 June 62, 9 June 75,^21 Feb. S 
31 Juy 69 24 Nov. 77'22 Fel"'. 8 
12 Oct. 67129 Jan. 7Si2<i Feb. 3 
8 Ju'^e 67 24 Feb. 77:24 Feb. 3 
, 8 Feb. 68! 7 July 75120 Feb. 8 

3 Sept 64133 Sept.63,17 May 70126 Feb. 8 
I Mar. 62 i6 :dar. 64' i Mar. 74I i Mar 8 

4 Mar, 62123 Oct. 67 4 iliir. 74 4 Mar. 8 
4 Mar. 62 24 Aug. 68l 4 Mar. 74 4 Mar. 8 



14 Feb. 82 



10 Feb. 82 



-9 Jan. 64 
20 Dec. 64 
9 Mar. 64 
I Dec. 63 
22 Aug. 65 
12 Mar. 62 
12 Jan. 67 
18 Mar. 62 
18 Mar. 62 
10 June 67 
26 Feb. 64 
10 Aug. 70 
28 Jul.y 6^ 
20 Oct. 69 

9 Aug. =.; 

July 65 



n Feb. 67121 July 77 7 Mar. 82 
28 Oct. f8|23Nov.77 7 Mar. 82 
14 Aug. 67 1 16 Feb. 78 7 Mar °- 



3 Apr. 67 
2 Sept. 68 
16 July 64 
Mar 



_ Nov. 62 
31 Oct. 71 
12 Mar. 74 

5 Aug. 77 



25 July 65 18 Mar. 74 
5 M.ay fgjiS Mar. 74 
19 May 69 21 Apr. 77 
9 Nov. 66| I .May 78 
28 Oct. 71 2 'Mar. 78 
5 June or I May 78 
28 Oct. 7i!24 Nov. 77 
9 Mar. 67J28 May 73 
I 4 u">.> U3 24 Mar. 69 II Oct. 76 
J27 Feb. 67 18 Aug. 69I28 JIar. 77 
12 July 65 8 Dec. 69! 8 Dec. 77 
28 Oct. 68 27 Oct. 7i|29 June 78 
12 Apr. 64 I Aug. 68 10 A;jr. 78 
23 Aug. 64 23 Deo. 68j 2 Mar. 78 
23 Dec. 59 27 Mar. 63I 7 May 77 
I Sept. 69 -"' '~>"t ■'-' o Vol, ..B 
10 June 62 
10 Nov. 65 



Francis Howard, Major, Rifle Brigade 

William Forster. Mnjor, King's Ro.yal Rifles (60 F.) 

Thomas Edward Harm.iu, Major, h p. W. Surrey Regt (2 F ) 

William Mainland .Meaoham, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

Walter James Lindsay, Major, Rifle Brigade 

Thomas D. W. Dunn, Major, Hampshire Regt. (37 F.) 

Clement Smith, Major, 19 Hussars 

Hartwell Harvey Stuart. Major, Irish Rifles (83 F.> 

Loftus E. C. Inglefield, Major, Leinster Regt. (109 F.) 

Montagu Maule Slade, Major. 10 Hussars... 

Cockbum Forte, Major, Aliddlesex Regt. (77 F.) 

Jasper Selwyn Tupper, Major, W. Surrey Regt. (2 F.) 

Jasper Burne, Major, Bengal Staff Corps 

William Gordon Patchett, Major, 2 West India Regt 

James A. S. Inglis, Major, Highland Light Infantry (71 F.) 
p.i.c. John H. S. Craigie, Major, Highland Light Infantry 

Hamilton Campbell Vetch, Major, i Drigoon Guirds 

Frederick Comptan Howard, Major, Rifle Brigade 

George P. F. Byng, Major, S York-^Uire Regt. (105 F.) 

John King, Major, E 1st Surrey Ragt , 

Frederick Harvey Matui-in, Major, K. Surrey (70 Foot) 

John Huntley Giirdim, Major, Welsh Regiment (41 Po 'tj .... 
Frank Ryloy. Major, S. L uic ishlre Rogiment 81 Foot) .... 

Artuiir Francis Lamba. Mijor, Bengal Staff Corps 

Willi.am Hjnry \Vclls, Major, Royal Marines 



27 Oct. 71! 2 Feb. 78 



23 Juue 65 
23 Dec. 59 
8 Dec. 6; 

3 Apr. '6 
7 Mar. 65 

4 Oct. 64 
17 Apr. f2 
17 July 66 

10 Nov. 6=, 
25 .\pr. 68 
16 Feb. 64 
21 Mar. 68 
IS Feb. 68 

11 Mar. 62 
29 July 62 

6Ma.\ 



_ May 67 
9 Jan. 70 
J 5 June 62 
21 Aug. 67 
13 Apr. 63 
7 May 70 



Apr. 7 
2 Mar. 78 
8 Sept. 75 
14 Sept. 78 
10 May 77 
Mar. 78 



28 May 70] 30 Apr. ; 
9 .Apr. 68^29 Nov. 76 
!2 Apr. 6921 Oct. " 



II Mar. 82 
Mar. 82 
Mar. 82 
_ Mar. 82 
18 Mar. 82 
8 Mar. 82 
8 Mar 82 

8 Mar. 82 
■o Mar. 82 

_.i Mar. 82 

24 Mar. 82 

25 Mar. 82 1 
I Apr. 82! 
I Apr. 82 
I Apr. 82 
I Apr. 82 

9 Apr. 82 

4 Apr. 82 

5 Anr. 82 

6 Apr. 82 
9 Apr 82 
9 Apr. 82 

10 Apr 82 

11 Apr. 82 
[3 Apr. 82 
[3 Apr. 82 
[3 Apr. 82 
(5 Apr. 82 

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Apr. 82 



Aug. 6y!i7 Apr. 74[i7Apr. 82 



5 Nov. 70J I May 78 
15 Feb. (81 5 Jan. 70 
22 Juue7o'25 May 78 

I May 06! 7 Aug. 78 
28 Oct. 71 '22 Dec. 80 
28 Oct. 7i;25 Jan. 78 
30 Dec. 641 12 Fob. 75 

4 Oct. 64! 8 Apr. 74 



19 Apr 82 
21 Apr. 82I 
26 Apr. 82 1 

25 Apr. 821 

26 Apr. 82 
28 Apr. 82! 
>9 Apr. 82 1 
6 May 82' 



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28 Oct. 71 28 O.'t. 71 3 Oct. 771 6 May 82 
2^) Oct. 671 7 Nov 68 31 Oct. 77! 6 May 82 

8 July 68 17 Nov. 69I 2 Mar. 78 6 May 82] 

8 July 68 28 Oct. 71 20 Mar. 781 6 May 82' 
16 Oct. 66 12 July 71' I Oct. 78 12 -May 82 

11 Jan. 67:18 May 69.14 June 76 20 May 82 
18 Apr. 65I 2 Dec. 68 21 Dec. 77 20 May 82 
■2 S-ipt 6527 Feb. fg 9 Mor. 78 20 Miy 82 

9 Oct. 69:31 .May 71 4 July 79 23 Ma.y 82 

12 June 67124 Dec. 70, 7 Jan. 80 23 Ma.y 82! 
27 May 62 17 Mar. 63 27 Mny 74 27 Ma.7 82] 
23 Dec 59 I June 63 20 July 77 29 May 82] 



Majon 



117 



William Ethelston, Maior, York and Lancaster Regt. (65 F.) 

William H. Evans, Major, Somersetehire Lt. Inf. (13 F.) 

Frederick V. G. Bird, Major. R.-vval Mannes 

Charles S. 0. Wcbli, ir-M--;,- f-' ■< :,i vinvino^ ---... 

p.s.e. Herbert I ;. M ' '-i: . \r,: .■■ ■ .s\'. :.^- I ;. .r.l-r,.r>, ( ■) I'.) 
!>.»•.<?. Archer A M .i-'i--. 1, :/ ■ - .. 1 ■ >'■ niM^:'-( 1 I'J 
Thomas (J. O. I'-m-;.i,i , " . . .. , ; . ' 1 sii^' Io-j:. '.; : ■■'■i 

Mervyn C- S '!'■ iii >, ^' ■ ' -i ■ : ' ■ . ■ i -. 

HonrVMelviii M 11:, --, '' . ■■■ •' l;.M.'L. (2 F.) 

Edward Wair , r : : . '. - . - iv\ Uf^t. (2 F.| ... 

Fred. J. W. l),u --, ; , .-, n: -:■ :■ .'.l-Hhr, 

Robert ILiviiu, .i/--,..r 
Arthur A.-hlcv U'urk, 
Henry 'np.in.i-. ( Ihitj 
Daviil .M,ickuil;r.- i'.." 
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iin; K;:-t. (02 F.) 

Uverpool Regt. (8 F.) 

nr, Liverpool Kegt. (8 F.) ... 
V,,-, llampsbire Kcgt. (67 F.). 

[,, , ■;:-lii:'.' I'-Jt. (47 F.) 

"■ ~ ''"I'PS 

■ ' . : i.Mieers 



Charle.s Evnn. m 
irCy^....,.. Mark - ,. 

George F. O. JJiDijii. . . 
William Lacy Hutcli' - , 
George Firebrace, -li' 1: 
William Henry Aui'h.n ■ 
William Wighiton, Moj'',-, I; >, 
AVilliam Mallins, Mnjur, Kny 
George William Archer, Muj' 
Richard Tudor Frere, ;i/^.</«c 
Thomas Henr\- ,\iist>v. V.m-i 
Henry W. J. Hnii i. ■ , '/ ' 
John Hill, iJ/.'/. 1: : i, 
George Tindrii w ■ : 1 '. 
Lothiini Kerr .-. ■ . , ' • 
Cecil \^. , 1: Mil '. .■■■:■■• 



Roberi .-:< i^ .- ■ 

James ( iiarn, .1 ... 

Wm. Ueury .Mm' , / 

George Hood, 1/ -, .-. i, 

Harold Parini III T .vl -: :• i^, 

p.s.v. Francis Ik G. im Veruti, 

Daniel Alex, iilest. Major, E.<> 

Frederick A. S. D'Acosta de ■- 

James Beardoe Donc-nier, .'./ ' 

Vivian Dalton Mi: h ;i-, (W ./ 

William Cam pk ' ; 

Alexander Alkn. .-. k 

Edward .Sellr, i i, . 

Herbert St. (';>.' - . - ■ ■ , !: -• ;il Marii 

Morton Freil.: , ■ . I'l , , i:>. ,-, . m ; t. .h,)-,.. 

D.A. Q.-V. ■■ k , s I ,' 

Douglas A. G. t ' i,;:;k,ii k'. v, 1 ir i;.;. i -a ( I u,,n U 
Edmund PercivalWiUurd,. v. //.</■, i .ln.ices.crshire Res 
Francis James Ashbiiruer, M>nnr, j Dragoon Guards 

Thomas H. H. Garrett, Majur, lo L incers 

Aug. Henry Longfield, Majur, Noriolk Regt. (g F.) 

Charles Edward Partridge, Major, We.^t Kent Regt. (07 F.)... 

Joseph Graham Smith. Major, West Kent Regt. (97 F.) 

Ralph Edward Allen, 3Taior, Knst Yorkshire Regt/. (15 F.) ... 

James Dougia- Sti-.v.Mvr, V.';..,-, 1 ■■'.<]• Hitl ■-< (36 F.) 

Alex. Clark Ki ■ ■, !■ U ■ ■, ' ■ 1 ■■ i .^ -' : 1 1 kjrps 

Thomas Artlim I I . ' ' . 1 iv Regt. (70 F.), 

Thomas Eveiaia lii. -^.n a 1, k.,-r, K ...,1 Marines 

Jacob P. D. Vauitaieu, Siiajnr, iiLaiimi i-talk (.'orps 

James Edgar iiaines. Major.h.y. WarwicKshire Regt. (6F.); 

D.A. A. Goi.fur Musketry, Bengal 

p^s.c. Thomas Henry Lloyd, Major. Royal Artillery 



COKITET, 
2nd LIEUT, 
or ENSIfilf . 

n Oct. 67 
16 Feb. 64 
2g ^lar. 60 
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25 Sajit. 07 
7 Fel>. 60; 

23 Oct. 661 

24 Nov. 6^ 
5 J une 66 

24 June 62 



12 Feb. 70 
tS Apr. 67 
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!5 Sept. 67 
[3 July 70 
4 Dec. 63 
I Aug. 68 
[o Nov. 65 

7 July 69 

8 July 62 

4 Aug. 65 
I July 61 

27 June 64 

13 Dec. 65 
31 Mar. 63 

24 Juno, 63 

14 Oct. 68 
20 Feb. 63 

25 July 65 

9 Apr. 70 

13 July 70 
31 May 64 

5 June 66 

14 Mar. 68 

7 Apr. 65 
23 Aug. 64 
2y July 62 
14 Sept. 66 

26 June 60 

8 Aug. 62 
20 Dec. S7 



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Henry Blomheld Kiiigscote, 
Horatio Francis Sinvtli,''" J/a;., ■ - 
Legh Rifhinond liatU-e, J/-// ', , ■ n 
Cecil Conor, Majur, VVest liidia 
Henry J. L. Norcouk, .!/.(/..,■, !; 
Chas. Hamilton Simpsoa, .1/1 1 
William Gaga Armstrong, .'./a ; 

John William Garnham, .1/a/ ,,■, 1 a 
Chas. Wm. Selby Lowndes, 'i)/'';i)-, 1 
land Highlanders ; Adj. 2 Will.-hir 
p.s.c. Evelyn Campbell Monev, Mojo 

Hugh PitzRoy Marryat, iI/«/or, MiddlK-ix |{egt 

Herbert Charles Chorinside^ CM!, ('.n.taiii. Royal Engineers 

James Powrie Soote,^' Major. li.|i. linidia- lingi. (55 F.) 

Henry Walter Trench, J/u/ar, W Suit^v llutrt. (2 F.) ' 

Hon. Edward A. H. A'Court, Majur, Shropshire Light Inf. ...j 

Guy Newcomen Atkinson, Major, Shrop.shire Light Inf. j 

Edward H. G. Ravenhill, Ma for, Shropshire Light Inf (85 P.) 
Robert Cradock Davies, Major, King's Royal Rities (60 F.) ... 

p.s.c. John C. R. Glasgow, Major. Suffolk Regt. (12 F.) 

p.s.e. George Walter Hawkins, Major, Royal Artillery 

Wm. Vincent Legge, Major, Royal Artillery 

Wm. Payne Georges, Major. Royal Artillery 

Charles Osborne Gould, Major, 18 Hussars 

Charles Edward Beadiiell, Major. Royal Artillery 

Joshua Rowdey Watson, Major, Bombay Stall! Corps 

Charles Alex. Morris, Major, West Yorkshire Regt. (14 P.). 

James M. P. England, Capfahi, Irish P\isiliers (87 F.) 

p.i.c. Ivor J. C. Herber.., Lt. <Sf Ca.pt. Grenadier Guards 



5 Sept. 62 
9 Mar. 67 
[2 Oct. 60 
10 Mar. 67' 
2 Jan. 61 



5 Nov. 61 
3 Jan. 65 
I Dec. 66 



15 Apr. 65 
6 Feb. 64 
:6 Feb. 64 
11 Feb. 65 

15 Apr. 65 

1 6 May 65 
6 Aug. 64 



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7 May oJ 
20 Fub. 70 
23 Mar. 7.3 
28 Oct. 71 

8 July 68 
17 May 71 

2 June 67 
25 June 62 
25 June 62 
25 June 62 
25 June 62 
25 June 62 
25 June 62 
25 June 62 
25 June 62 

5 Juue 62 
25 June t2 
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30 Jan. 
8 May 
12 Mar, 
2 Mar, 
24 June 
:9 Aurf. 
:5 Feb. 
I Apr. 
I Apr. 
I Apr. 

1 Apr. 
24 Apr. 

8 Junt 
7 July 

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75J I June 82 
. 77I 4 June 82 
;7[ 8 June 82 
78 9 June 82 
791 9 June 82 
71 10 June 82 
75 lo June 82 

73 10 June 82 
75 10 June 82 
7c" 10 June 82 
73, 10 Juue 82 
80112 June 82 
8oji2 June 82 
71 17 June 82 
78 22 June 82 
74J24 June 82 

74 25 June 82 
73 25 June 82 
75125 June 82 
75125 Juue 82 
75I25 June 82 
7525 June 82 

75 25 June 82 
75 25 June 82 
75 25 June 82 
73' 25 Juue 82 



7 Nov. 62 
7 Aug. 67. 
[I July 65 



25 .1 111 
25 Jul 
25 June 62 
18 Dec. 67 
22 June 70 
28 Oct. 7 
5 Jan. 66 

25 Jan. 7 

26 Feb. 7 

27 Oct. 7 
18 Aug. 65 

9 Nov. 66 
3 Aug. 67 
3 Aug. 67 
3 Aug. 67 

3 Oct. 67 
13 Feb. 67 

27 Aug. 70 

28 Oct. 64 
27 Jun 
30 Nov 

4 Feb. 71 
13 P'eb. 07 

2 Jan. 69 

2 Aug. 71 

12 June 69 
I Feb. 67 

15 Nov. 64 
22 June 70 

5 Feb. 64 
27 Apr. 69 

I Jan. 61 
1 Sept. 62 
I Sept. 62 

1 Apr. 63 

24 Apr. 6ti 
\g Jan. 70 
7 July 64 
15 Nov. 68 

5 Nov. 64 
;8 Oct. 64 
:4Feb. 65 

27 July 66 

25 Apr. 68 

13 July 70 
18 Oct. 71 

3 July 67 

4 Dec. 66 

2 June 67 
20 July 67 
30 Juno 68 

[7 Dec.' 62 
17 Dec. 62 
17 Dec. 62 
9 Feb. 70 
17 Dec. 62 

26 Jan. 66 

28 Oct. 71 
22 June 67 

5 Nov. 70 



9 Aug 
8 Dec. 

30 Junc- 
24 June 

13 July 

31 Oct. 

14 Sept. 

8 Feb. 

9 Oct. 
8 July 
2 Nov. 

17 Feb. 

20 Mar. 

8 May 

9 Oct. 
13 Apr. 
29 June 
i6 Aug. 
27 Sept, 

19 Jan. 
24 fi'eb. 

1 Jan. 

2 Nov. 

4 Dec. 

21 Oct: 
31 Aug. 
29 July 
17 Oct. 

I Oct. 
8 Aug. 

6 May 
8 Sept. 

8 Sept. 
I Jan. 

5 Sept. 

7 Jan 

1 Oct, 
17 Sept, 

2 Dec. 
I Oct. 
I Apr. 

9 Feb. 
27 June 

3 July 

4 Dec. 
23 Oct. 

I Nov. 

Mar. 
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8 Mar. 

1 May 
/Sept. 
oOct. 
8 Oct. 

20 Mar. 
29 Oct. 

7 Nov, 
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8 May 
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76 25 June 82 
69 5 July 82 

76 5 July 82 

77 5 July 82 

77 5 July 82 

78 5 July 82 

79 5 July 82 

79 5 Ju y 82 
July 82 
July 81 
July 82 
July 82 
July 82 
^„ .. July 82 
79 II July 82 

78 18 July 82 
■J-, 19 July 82 

79 '9 July 82 
July 82 

_. July 82 
21 July 32 
26 July 82 
26 July 82 
26 July 82 
26 July 82 
29 Julv 82 
I Aug. 82 
5 Aug. 82 
8 Aug. 82 



28 Aug. 82 
I Sept. 82 
I Sept. 82 
I Sept. 82 

5 Sept. 82 

6 Sept. 82 
77 II Sept. 82 

4 Sept. 82 
4 Sept. 82 
6 Sept. 82 



77 
77 
75 20 Sept. 82 

70 21 Sept. 82 
17 Sept. 82 
17 Sept. 82 
:8 Sept. 82 

75 29 Sept 
10 Sept. „^ 

,^ 30 Sept. 82 

76 30 Sept. 82 
Oct. 82 
Oct. 82 

,-, Oct. 82 
75 18 Oct. 82 
75 18 Oct. 82 
73! 31 Oct. 82 
75! I Nov. 82 
74! 7 Nov. 82 
78' 1 1 Nov. 82 
70' 18 Nov. 82 
74 i8 Nov. 82 



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■8 Aug. 82 
I Sept. 82 



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:8 Sept. 82 



ii8 



Majors. 



COENEI, 
2Hd LIEUT. 
OrENSIGN. 



■/i.g.c. Richard Charles Hare, Captain, Cheshire Regt. {22 F.)... 

Clement de B. Carey, Major, Royal Engineers 

p.s.c. Evelyn J. W. Noble, Captain, Royal Marine Artillery ... 

Howard iieUiss, Captain, Bombay Staff Corps 

Elliott Wood, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Charles Holled Snaith, Captain, King's Royal Rifles 

Henry Hallam Parr, CMG. Capt. Somerset Lt. Inf. (13 F.) ... 

Stanier Waller, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Francis Newell Innes, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Arthur Robert Puzey, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Frederick Meyer Wardrop, Captain, 3 Dragoon Guards 

George B. N. Martin, Captain, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. Edmond Roche EUes, Captain, Royal Artillery 

John Hubert Hussoy, Captain, 4 Dragoon Guards 

p.s.c. Charles Moore Watson, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Caledon Philip Egerton, Major, Dorsetshire Regiment 

Charles Edward Beckett, Captain, 3 Hussars 

William G. W. Macbay, Captain, Bombay Staff Corps 

William Guise Tucker, Captain, Royal Marine Artillery 

Edward Owen Hay, Captain, Royal Artillery 

Henry Josepa Daulieiiy, Captain, Irish Regt. (18 F.) 

John Craigie, Captain^ Royal Marines 

p.s.c. Edward T. H. Hutton, Capt. King's Royal Rifles (6n F.) 

Mon. Hugh George Gough, Captain, 14 Hussars 

John Hartley Sandwith, Captain, Royal Marines 

Charles Edward Swaine, Captain, 11 Hussars 

Robert Wa Iter Heathco te. Captain, Royal Marines 

Richard C. 13. Lawrence, Captain, 5 Dragoon Guards 

Walter Heniy Holbech, Captain, King's Royal Rifles (60 F.)... 

Roger Pine Ootlin, Captain, Royal Marines 

Moniague Campbell Day, Captain, 7 Dragoon Guards 

William Christopher James, Captain, 2 Dragoons 

Adrien Samuel Woods, Major, Leinster Regt. (100 Il\) 

Claude M. MacDonald, Captain, Highland Light Inf. (74 F.)... 
James Maitland Hunt, Captain, Cameron Highlanders (79 F.) 
George Lamplugh Wickham, Captain, Royal Horse Guards., 
Edward A. W. S. Grove.s, Captain, West Kent Regt. (50 F.) . 

George Barker, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Sidney Smith, Captain, Royal Engineers 

Wm. Johnston Kirkpatrick, Capt. York & Lane. Regt. (84 F.) 

John Compton Hanlbrd-Flood, Captain, 19 Hussars 

Douglas Alexander Scott, Captain, Royal Engineers .... 
Charles Aug. Rochfort-Boyd, Captain, Royal Engineers 

p.s.c. Francis Roberts, Major, Royal Artillery 

Haughton M. J. Fielden, 'Major, Royal Artillery 

p.s.c. James H. G. Browne, Major, Royal Artillery 

Ernest Frederick Cambier, Major, Royal Artillery 

Walter Reginald Rudge, Major, Royal Artillery 

William Savage Langley, Major, Royal Artillery 

Howland Roberts, Major, Royal Artillery 

Thomas English, Major, Royal Engineers 

Valentine Francis Ro we. Major, Royal Engineers 

William Gordon Ross, Major, Royal Engineers 

Alex. Burness M'Hardy, Major, Royal Engineers 

Thomas Gracey, Major, Royal Engineers 

Donatus O'Brien, Major, Royal Engineers 
William Hans Rathborne, Major, Royal 
William James Galwey, Major, Royal Engineers .. 
William Henry Haydon, Major, Royal Engineers 

John Greive Hall, Major, Royal Engineers 

Allen A. W. Beamish, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Hardy Cole, Major, Royal Engineers 

Henry Charles Reynolds, Major, Royal Engineers 



Dec. 66 
30 June 65 



30 June 69 



22 Oct. 70 



[2 Oct. 67 
I Jan. 64 
9 Aug. 67 
28 Oct. 71 
27 June 64 
13 June 68 
" Dec. 64 



Dec. 65 
; Sept. 65 



3 Mar. 65 
7 Apr. 69 
3 Mar. 67 



4 Oct.' 68 
3 Dec. 64 



12 Nov. 70 



r.lEUT. 

29 May 67 
7 Dec. 62 
3 Aug. 67 

1 Mar. 69 
5 Jan. 64 
3 Feb. 69 

30 Oct. 69 
9 Dec. 64 

12 Jan. 66 
20 Dec. 64 

o Aug. 70 
7 July 66 
5 Jan. 67 
28 Oct. 71 
7 Apr. 66 

2 July 68 

22 Apr. 71 

13 July 70 

24 June 68 

July 67 

2 Aug. 71 

3 Aug. 67 
9 Aug. 71 

25 Oct. 71 
3 Aug. 67 

7 July 70 
3 Aug. 67 

2 Feb. 76 
28 Oct. 71 

3 Aug. 67 
3 Apr. 75 

8 Feb. 74 
28 Oct. 71 

16 Mar. 72 
12 Feb. 74 
28 Oct. 7 

12 Nov. 73 

13 Jan. 69 
13 Jan. 69 
28 Feb. 74 

26 Mar, 74 
8 Jan. 70 

23 July 70 

17 Dec 

27 Jan. 63 
12 Feb. 63 

1 Mar. 63 
I Mar. 63 
I Mar. 63 
I Mar. 63 

17 Dec. 62 
17 Dec. 62 
17 Deo. 62 
17 Dec. 6 
17 Dec. 6 
17 Dec. 62 
17 Dec. 62 
17 Dec 
7 Dec. 62 
7 Dec. 62 
7 Dec. 62 
7 Dec. 62 
17 Dec. 62 



CAPTAIN 



7 Mar. 75 
17 Oct. 76 
21 June 77 
30 June 77 
30 Sept. 77 
19 Dec. 77 
23 Jan. 78 
6 Feb. 78 
6 Feb. 78 
[6 Feb. 78 
I May 78 
25 May 78 

5 Dec. 78 
14 Dec. 78 
25 Dec. 78 
j8 Jan. 79 
23 Jan. 79 

23 Mar. 79 

24 Mar. 79 

1 Apr. 79 
[3 June 79 
!i June 79 
H July 79 
23 July 79 

2 Oct. 79 
I Jan. 80 

30 May 80 

1 June 80 
9 June So 

!i June 80 
4 Dec. 80 

'.2 Dec. 80 

2 Feb. 81 
;2 Feb. 81 
;2 Feb. 81 

6 Apr. 81 
J 3 Apr. 81 
21 June 81 

July 81 

July 81 

July 81 

_ Jan. 82 

23 July S_ 

7 Nov. 75 

24 Nov. 75 

8 Dec. 
8 Dec, _ 

8 Dec. 75 
23 Dec. 75 

I Jan. 76 
30 Mar. 76 

I Apr. 76 

4 June 76 
[8 Sept. 76 

I Oct. 76 

7 Oct. 76 
23 Jan 

I Ap. , . 

I Apr. 77 

9 Apr. 77 
9 Apr. 77 
6 June 77 
6 June 77 



MAJOB. 

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8 Nov. 82 

18 Nov. 82 
Nov. 82 
Nov. 82 
Nov. 82 

18 Nov. 82 
Nov. 82 
Nov. 82 
Nov. 82 
Nov. 82 
Nov. 82 

i8 Nov. 82 

iS Nov. 82 

[8 Nov'. 82 
[8 Nov. 82 
[8 Nov. 82 
tS Nov. 82 
18 Nov. 82 
18 Nov. 82 
[8 Nov. 82 
iS Nov. 82 
18 Nov. 32 
18 Nov. 82 
18 Nov. 82 
18 Nov. 82 
18 Nov. 82 
18 Nov. 82 
18 Nov. 82 
iS Nov. 82 
18 Nov. 82 
18 Nov. 82 
18 Nov. 82 
18 Nov. 82 
18 Nov. 82 
18 Nov. 82 
8 Nov. £2 

8 Nov. 82 
;8 Nov. S2 
:8 Nov. ii2 
;8 Nov. 82 
J5 Nov. 82 
25 Nov. 82 
25 Nov. 82 
IS Nov. 82 
JO Nov. 82 
;o Nov. 82 
JO Nov. 82 
:7 Dec. 82 
:7 Dec. 82 
[7 Dec. 82 
[7 Dec. 8 
t7 Dec. 8 
[7 Dec. 8 
[7 Dec. 8 
[7 Dec. 8 
r? Dec. 8 
17 Dec. 8 
17 Dec. 8 
17 Dec. 8 
17 Dec. 8 



WHEN 

PLACEDOK 

HALF PAY. 



War Services of the Majors. 1 1 8* 

f ' Major Castieau served at the sieges of Ter Vere and Flushing, and was in action with the batteries on 14 Aug, 
1 1S09 ; the subsequent operations in the Scheldt and retreat from Batz. In 1810 off Brest, I'Orient, and Basque Roads, 
and in several aflairs of boats. In 181 1 on the North Coast of Spain. Present at the attack on Oporto bj; the 
Miguellite forces, 29th Sept. 1832 and subsequent operations ; present in the Pedroite works at the attacks ot 5th 
and 26th Sept. 1S33, the action which raised the siege of Lisbon loth Oct. and at the battle of Loiu-es nth Oct. In 
1834 at Jetuval and visiting the posts in the Algarves to ascertain and report upon the state of the contending 
, armies. With the R.M. Battalion on the North Coast of Simin 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 
of Major, and Cross of San Fernando). 

* 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 Ashanti 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 loth Hussars to Captain in the 12th Lancers (Brevet of 
[ Major, Medal with Clasp). 

i * Major E. Gladstone served with the Baltic expedition in 1854 (Medal). Also in the Black Sea in the latter part 
of 1S55, and until the declaration of peace in 185C. 

5 Major J. G. Shanks served with the R. M. Battalion at Enpatoria in 1854, and with the Brigade in the Crimea 
during the siege of Sebastopol in i8;5 (Medal w«th Clasp, sth Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

^ Major A. Cook was employed ^-ith a detachment of the 32nd Madras Native Infantry that formed part ol tee 
force in the field to intercept the rebels under Tantia Topee Irom gth November 1858. Was engaged in the pursuit 
of insurgent Shans on the north-eastera frontier of Tenasserim and Martaban Provinces during May iSSc 
I " Major S. G. Huskisson served with the 80th Ue.uimeiit in Uie Indian mutiny tind cuupaigu in Oude in 1858-59, 
j including the capture of the Fort of Simree, ^: •:'" - ;ii T- ■:!, 1' • -rl, ikriM ,v ■! 1;,. ■ -j- j <Mire (.Medal). Served 
I as Adjutant of the Ke..,'imeiit with the left an, n i, 'i 1:. ,,. rxi. h,; :j (Medal with Clasp). 

I Served with the force under Major GeueralC 111 : ■ >!: ' ; ■ - -' , asacting D. A. Q. M. 

i General, and was present at the capture of Kii.t ; ■ .' ; ■■ - 1 r' ■i-; "'i. -. 'i^i ■ '. • >i,'-r, Clasp). Served m 

the Zulu war of 1S79 (Medal). 

" Major J. J. IS. Buchanan served with the loth 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 Kertch 
' (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 ot 
, Shahjehanpore, capture of the Fort of Remai, and pursuit with destruction of the F(n-t of Mahundee, action of 
Bunkagaon, operations in Oude and actions of Mohudipore and Rusoolpore, attack and capture of Fort Mitoulee, 
actions of Alligun, and Biswa. Also served as officiating D. Q. M. G. to the Agra Field Force under Brigadier 
Showers in Centra! India in pursuit of Tantia Topee, Feroze Shah, and others (Medal). 

ii Major V. .1. Farquharson served with the 23rd Fusiliers in the Oude campaign of 185S-59 (Medal). Served 
with the 3rd U'JLU kh;is throughout the Umbeyla campaign of 1S63, including the assault and capture of the Conical 
Hill and villa^'esuf Lallooand Umbeyla (Medal with Clasp). Served also wtth the same Regiment throug'.iout the 
[ Hazara camp;ii,rrn of 186S. 

1* Major W. (J. Mackinnon served with the 87th Fusilliers in Bengal throughout the Indian mutiny (Medal). 
' 1' Major R. Nagle served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and lukernian 
(wounded), siege and fall of Sebastopol, 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) . 

'^ Major F. H. Dyke was present with the 69th Regiment during the repulse of an incursion of Fenians into 
Canada in May 1870. 

21 Major G. A. Agnew served with the 90th Light Infantry during the Indian campaign of 1857-58, and was pre- 
sent with Havelock's Column at the actions of the 21st and 23rd Sept., relief and subsequent defence of Luck- 
now (wounded) 17th Oct., defence of the Alumbagh by Outram, campaign in Oude, and final capture of Luiknow 
(Medal with two Clasps, and a year's service). 

-2 Major R. S. Shinkwin served with the 59th Regiment during the operations before Canton under Sir Michac. 
Seymour in the latter part of 1856 and beginning of 1857, and was present at the attack and capture of Fort Lin and 
the Heights beliind Canton on 28th Dec, and at the storming and capture of the city (wounded) on 20th Dec. 1857 ; 
also at the affair at the White Cloud Mountains, and afterwards with the expedition to the Gulf of Pecheli (Medal 
with Clasp) . 

23 Major J. M. Benthall served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1S79 (Medal with Clasp). 
=* Major P. C. Story served in the Abyssinian campaign in 1S6S with the Transport Corps (Medal). 
2« Major W. H. James served as Adjutant of the 31st Regiment throughout the campaign of i860 in the north of 
China, including the action of Sinho and storming of Tangku ( .Medal with Clasp for the Taku Ports) . Served also 
during the operations against the Taepings in the vicinity of Shanghai in April and May 1862, resulting in the 
taking of the stockade at Nanhsiang, capture by escalade of the walled cities of Kadin , Tsinpoo, Tsolin, and fortified 
town of Najow, and the affair at Nanhsiang. 

" Major W. K. Westropp served with the 80th Regiment on the Bhootan expedition of 1865 (Medal with Clasp). 

Served in the Afghan war in 1879-80 as Deputy Assistant Commissary General with the Jellalabad Field Force 

under Brigadier General Gough, and subsequently with the Khyber Division under Major General Bright (Medal). 

^8 Major A. H. Praser served with the 33rd Regiment throughout the Abyssinian campaign of 1867-68, and was 

present at the storming and capture of Magdala (Medal). 

3" Major H. F. Smyth served in the Afghan war of 1878-80, first in the Koorum Valley, and afterwards in 
Gough's force in command of a Hazara Battery. Subsequently served with the Royal Horse Artillery iu the ex- 
peditions into the Wuzeer and Hissarik valleys (Medal) . 
'1 Major J. P. Soote served in New Zealand during General Chute's campaign of 1E66 (Medal). 



ri9 STAFF AT HOME. 

1. NORTHERN DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Yurh 

Major Gknerai, Commanding c. Major General W. G. Cameron, CB. i Apr. 8t. 

Aide lie Camp Captain M. ChnrchiU, Xorthamntonshire Begt. 17 May S-i. 

Colonel on. the Staff". Colonel P. Bedinurfeld, R. Art. 1= Jan. 81. 

Assistant Adjutant SrqnartMaiterOenerah\^°^°'^^^^'''^^^,?^^^^^'''^\'^^^ „ v- -p f \ ,„ R 

- ^ (^«.c. Colonel C. B. Knowles, CB. h.p. nampshire Regt. 17 Aug. 82. 

Deputy Assist. Adj. 4- Quarter Master General p.s.c. Ma.ior B.C.Money, Irish Fusiliers (87 F.), 8 Mar. 78. 

Brigade Major, Ruyal Artillery p s.e. Captain A. G. Du'u;dale, 12 May 79. 

Garrison Instructor f.s.c. Major J. W. F. Buxton, Innis'ldlling Pus. (27 F.) 1 Aug. 78. 

Commanding Boyal Engineer Colonel E. Ij. Bland. 

Commanding Auxiliary Artillery ( ^*f °^Tw \ ^islabie. Liverpool. 

■> 1 ^ (^ Colonel W . Rooke. Newcastle. 

Senior Commissariat Officer Deputy Commissary General A. W. Pigott. 

Senior Ordnance Store Offi.cer Assistant Commissary General of Ordnance T. Sparkes. j 

District Paymaster Chief Paymaster VV. Macdonnell. 

Principal Medical Officer Deputy Surgeon General J. O'Nial, MD. CB. 

2. EASTERN DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Cnlchester. 

Major Genebal CoMMArrniifo Major General R. White, CB. i^ Sept. Sz. 

Aide de Camp 

Assistant Adjutant 4- Quarter Master General Colonel G. H. V.r^iier, h.p. 7 F. t Oct. 80. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Major P. de L. Morison, Lmhian Regt. (i P.), i .Tune St. 

Garrison Instructor p.s.c. Major F. H, Dyke, h.p. 69 P. 12 March 77. 

Commanding Boyal Artillery Colonel T. E. Byrne. 

Commanding Auxiliary Artillery Lt. Colonel H. Y. Wonhara. Colahcslei: 

Commanding Moyal Eiiijineer Colonel .T. Y. Moggridge. 

Senior Commissariat Officer Assistant Commissary" General B. C. Boothby. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officfr .Assistant Commissary General of Ordnance S. L. D. Smith. 

District Paymaster Chief Paymaster .1. George. 

Principal Medical Officer Deputy Siivgeon General T. J. Murphy, MD. 

3. WESTERN DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Devonport. 

Uajor General Commanding Lieut. General T. H. Pakenham, 8 Feb. 78. 

Aidede Camp Captain H. G. Worsley, King's Own Borderers (25 P.), 8 Feb. 78. 

Colonels on the Staff. C Colonel Wr W. Hamilton. ^^ K. Art. 9 March Si. 

•" I Colonel W. L. Morrison, R.Eng. i Oct. 8i. 

Assistant Adjutant ^- Quarter Master General Colonel W. F. Butler. CB. h.p. 69 P. i July 80. 
Deputy Assist. Adj. <Sr Quarter Master General Major J. R. Slade, CB. R. Artillery, 24 Juiie 82. 

Brigade Major, Royal Artillery p.s.c. Captain W. W. Rawes, 12 March 81. 

Garrison Instructor p.s.c. Captain F. Stringer, Welsh Fusiliers {23 P.), i Oct. So. 

Commanding Auxiliary Artillery (^^^''l°'"'l ?• ^^ ^'^^^ ^if"""'^''; 

^ * ./ • (Lt.Colouel T. Cuming. Newport. 

Senior Commissariat Officer Deputy Commissary General H. J. Wilkinson. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Deputy Commissary General of Orduance C. M. Molony. 

District Paymaster Ciiiel Paymaster H. LciL-h. 

Principal Medical Officer Y€ Deputy burgeon Guueral H. T. Reade. 

4. SOUTHERN DISTRICT. — Head Quarters, PorUmoutliT 

Lieutenant General Commanding General Prn/c" Edward of Saxe Weimar, A' CB. Lincolnshire Regt. 

(loF.), I Oct. 78. 
Aide de Camp Captain Lord Albert C. Sej-mour, Scots Guards, i Oct. 78. 

Colonels on the Staff. (^°}°'^^1 S/ "^- r?""^' ^- '^'''x i', ^P't^- %' t , = 

•* I Colonel Wm. Crossman, CMG. R. Eng. i July 82. 

A<isistant Adjutant 4-Quarter Master Generals f ^°\°''^\ ^- ^: 0- S™y'^;,P- 9^ ^- '5 March 78. 
•^ ^ * (. Colonel C. M. Clarke, CB. h.p. 57 P. 9 Aug. 82. 

Deputy Assist. Adj. 4- Quarter Master Generals \ P-'-'- ^"■•1'°^.^^^; ^■,^™^^'''"' Scottish Rifles (26 F.) i Jan. 80. 

^ " .1 ^-^ (.p.s.c. CaptamR.Auld, Northumberland Fusiliers (5 P.), I Sept. 82. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Gen. for Musketry Major A. M. Creagh, Blar-k Watch (42 P.), i Jan. 80. 

Brigade Major, Royal Artillery ^i.s.c. Captain G. H. Palmer, i July S2. 

Garrison Instructor p.s.c. Capt. T. J. R. Mallock, City of London Regt. (7 P.), 20 July 78. 

Commaiiding AuxiUarii Artillery Colonel H. Cardew. 

Senior Commissariat Officer Deputy Commissary General 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Deputy Commissary General of Ordnance T. A. G. Satchwell. 

District Paymaster Chief Paymaster T. Brvson. 

Princ ip al Medical Officer Surgeon General J. A.'Woolfryes. MD. CB. CMG. 

5. CHATHAM DISTRICT.— Head Quarters. Chatham. 

Major General Commanding Major General Ji^oH. R. Monck, 11 Jan. S3. 

Aide de Camp 

Colonel on the Staff Colonel C. E. Torriano, R. Art. 10 Oct. .S2. Sheerness. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Bt. Major M. N. G. Kane, Seaforth Highlanders, 15 Apr. 82. 

Brigade Major, lioi/al Artillery p.s c. Major T. H. Lloyd, R. Art. i Apr. 79. Sheerness. 

Commanding Uoyiil Engineer Colonel W. J. Stuart. 

Senior Commissariat Officer Assistant Commissary General G. H. Sanders. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Assistant Commissary General of Ordnance J. 0. Angell. 

District Paymaster StaS Paymaster J. W. Minchin. 

Principal Medical Officer 

6. SOUTH EASTERN DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Dover. 

Major General Commanding Major General Edward Newdigate, CB. i Apr. So. 

Aide de Camp Lieut, B. C. A. P'rero, RiHe Brigade. 14 June 81. 

f Colonel G. H. Gordon, Royal Engineers, 12 Sept. 81. 

Colonels on the Staff J Colonel John Davis, h.p. 20 F. t Apr. 8t. 

(p.s.c. Colonel W. H. Goodenouizh, CB. R. Artillery, 14 ,Tan. 82. 

Assistant Adjutant ^ Quarter Master <^enera!> {^coforPf^^'t Bn^n^^^^l^^'t f. 'Jll'n.t 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Captain G. M. Bullock, Devonshire Regt. (11 P.), 11 JulySa. 

Brigade Major, Royal Artillery Major W. H. .M. Duthie, i Ai)r. 79. 

«„^w.«« r„«^..,„./„H. i p.s.c. Major R. H. L. Anstruther, Rifle Brigade, 16 June 77. 

Garrison Instructors |^ ^ ^ j^j,^.^^ p ^ Graham, Dublin Fusiliers (103 P.), i Feb. 80. 

Commanding Auxi I iary Artillery Colonel M. M PitzGerald. IShorndiffil,' 

Senior Commitsariat Officer Deputy Commissary General A. P. Adams. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Deputy Commissary General of Ordiuiuce N. R. Raven. 

District Paym aster (ihief Paymaster R. C. Streatfeild. 

Principal Mtdical Officer Deputy Surgeon General W. Stewart, MB. 



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7. HOME DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Horse Guards. 

Major Genehal Commanding M;ijor General G. W. A. Higginson, CJi. i Aug. 79. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. V. .T. Dawson, Coldstre«m Guards, i Aug. 79. 

f Colonel IIoii. P. S. Methuen, CB. Scots Guards, i Apr. Si. 
Assistant Adjidant itQuarter Mader Genei-uh-' Colonel G. P. Prevost, h.p. 23 F. 7 Aug. 80. For Mecruitiug Duties, 

K. Londoii. 

Brigade Ifajor ?'-s.e. Bt. Major I. J. C. Herbert, Grenadier Guards, 25 Fell. 82. 

Garrison Instriicfnr ;».«.«. Major E. J. Lynch, The Bufls (3 F.), i July 77. 

Commtindimi Uui.'ul Eiiijlnrer Colonel G. E. L. Walker. 

Senior Commi.^s.i'riuf O/fin-r Assistant Commissary General 

District Fin/„i.'.-.f,>- Chief Paymaster J. D. Swinburne. 

Prinrij,,,/ ^fr'r. I /!■■:..,■ 

Staff Ci/'/.i ., ; /' ' ■ Lieut. J. E. Acland-Troyte, 27 Sept. 81. 

Fiii/ma:.li'i- I .' i: ', , . Stall' Paymaster W. S. I'horpe. 

Medirnl ():'i, , ,• / ,,■ //. - , -■ ■ /" "r' Brigade Surggon C. G. I rwin, MB. 

8. WOOLWICH DISTRICT. 

Major Gkxeral Commanding Lieut. Generalifo«. Edward Thomas Gage, CB. R. Art. i Apr. 81. 

Aide de Camp p.s.c. Captain J. W. T. Spencer, R. Artillerv, i3 Jan. 82. 

..,.,■. ,,^ , -nr , n^, „ 1. ( Colonel W. Stirling, CB. h.p. R. Art. 16 Feb. 80. 
Assist. Adjutant ir Quarter Master Generals ... ^^^_^_ ^^,^^^1 j,_ ,pS'_^ j^^^) ^,^^_ ^^^^_ ^ ^^^_ ^^ j,^,^_ g^_ 

Commanding Royal Engineer Colonel R. Grant. 

' Comma ndivg Auxiliary Artilleri) Lt. Colonel F. Duncan. 

Seni/ir Commissariat OJicer Assistant Commissary General A. C. Ryland. 

District Paymaster Chief Paymaster W. C. Ball, CB. 

Principal Medical Officer 

Inspecting Veterinary Surgeon 

9. ALDERSHOT DISTRICT. 

CoMMANoiNG THE DIVISION GeneralSij-Danicl LyRous,.5:C5. Derbyshire Regt. (45F.J, i July8o^ 

\ ( Major J. F. Curtis-Hayv^'ard, King's Own Borderers, \ July 80. 

Aides de Camp \ Lieut. D. C. W. Lysons, King's Royal Rifles, x June 82. 

! ( Captain C. P. A. Turnbull, Duke of Cornwall's Lt. Inf. (32 F. ) 

... , ,,. , . , r, I tr t .. r„ ^,. .u i' Colonel iToa. E. G. Curzon, h.p. 52 F., i Jan. 78. 
! Assistant Adjutant 4- quarter Master Generals [^ ^ ^ ^.^j^^^j ^ Harrison, CBCJ/ft. R. Eng. 16 Feb. Si. 
I Ditto while Inspector of Gymnasia Lt.Colonel W.B.G.Cleather, N. Lancashire Regt.(47F.),i2 Feb. So. 

_ .... jT . ttn „/ xr,of..» /-<«,.»,.„;. f ?'■'•*• i^^^t- I'l-Col. E.H. Sartorius. E. Lancashire Regt. II Apr. 82. 
i VeputyAssxst.AAjutantS^Q,uart.Master Gene,ah ^^(j^.^^ ^ Chalmer, King's Royal Rifles (60 F.), . Oct 82. 
j Ditto (for Musketry) Major W. B. Burton, Scottish Rifles (26 F.), i March 81. 

Ditto while Assistant Inspector of Gymnasia Captain F. A. Gore, York and Lancaster Regt. (84 P.), 15 April 78. 

' Ditto while Inspector of Army Signalling Major M. F. Thrupp, h.p. Derbyshire Regt. (45 P.), 15 May 80. 

I Seiiior Commissariat Officer '. Deputy Commissary General P. 0. Blunt. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Deputy Commissary General of Ordnance 

District Paymaster Staff Paymaster T. Huddlestone. 

' Principal Medical Officer Surgeon General J. Sinclair, 3/r». 

Inspecting Veterinary Surgeon T . P. Gudgin . 

Camp Quarter Master James Sim, 10 Jan. So. 

Fire Master. 

; Provost Marshal Qr.MasterWm. Silk, Military Mounted PoliceCorps, i2March S'l. 

Veterinary Surgeon W.B.Walters. 

Commanding Royal Abtillhry (Col. on Staff) Colonel W. E. M. Reilly, CB. 27 Oct. 79. 

Brigade Major of Artillery Bt.Lt. Colonel J. Alleyne, 1 May 82. 

Commanding Royal Enginkeb (Col. on Staff) ... ITffl Colonel SirB.. C. Elphinstone, KCB. CMG. 31 Dec. 81. 

Superintending Officer of Garrison Instruction .. 

„ . r i t ... f;).s.c. Major H. S.G. Miles, Munster Fusiliers (loiF.), 4 May 81. 

! Garrison Instructors .- (^^ ^ ^^^-^^ g q^^^^^j.^ East Lancashire Regt. (59 P.), 8 Jan. 83, 

I Cavalry Brigade. 

; ^"^r^A^'^t^a^Bl^^^"!.!!"^:] ^^Bjor General Sir F. W. J. FitzWygram, Bt. x Apr. 79. 

Aide de Camp Captain G. A. Webbe, 15 Hussars, 15 May 79. 

Brigade Major Major P. H. S. Barrow, CMG., ig Hussars, 26 Apr. 82. 

1st Infantry Brigade. 

Commanding Bkigade Major General J. B. Spurgin, CB. CiSi. i Apr. 80. 

Aidede Camp Captain J. H. Spurgin, Scots Fusiliers (21 F.), i Julv 80. 

BrigadeMajor : p.s.c. Bt. Major R. C. Hare, Cheshire Regt. (22 P.), 22 July 78. 

2nd Infantry Brigade. 

I Commanding Bbigadb Major General P. A. Willis, CB. 31 Dec. 81. 

i Aidede Camp p.s.c. Captam P. J. Hughes, Scottish Rifles (26F.), 18 Jan. 82. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Major A. J. Paterson, Yorkshire Regt. (19 P.), 4 Feb. 82. ' 

3rd Infantry Brigade. 
Commanding Bkigade Uffi Major General H. Rowlands, CB. 19 Aug. 82. 

! Aidede Camp Bt.Major F. W. Hemming, 5 Dragoon Guards. 
Brigade Major p.s.c.Bt.Lt.Col.W.C.F.Molyneux.Cheshire Regt. (22F.), i Jan. 8ov 
10. NORTH BRITISH DISTRICT.— Head Quarters, Edinburgh. 
Major General Commanding Major General A. M. M'Donald, i April 81. 

I AidedeCamp Capt. M. S. Crofton, South Staffordshire Regt. (38 P.), i June 81, 

Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master Gencrul ... Colonel R. Preston, CB. h.p. 44 P. 15 Dec. 80. 

Dep. Assist. Adjutant Gen. (for Musket rj/J Major P. M. Salmond, Scots Fusiliers (21 P.), i Jan. 80. 

[ Fort Major Colonel C. V. Pole, h.p. CM. Rifles, i July 78. 

[' Garrison Instructor ^.s.c. Major P. Cochran, Hampshire Regt. (37 P.), 20 Nov. 78. 

|| Commanding Royal Artillery Colonel C. H. Ingilby, C-B. Zeith Fort. 

' /,„„„„„j. J ... J ..,, f Colonel J. K. Holdsworth. Aberdeen. 

Commanding Auxiliary Artillery iLt.Colonel C. J. Hope-Johnstone. Leith Fort. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Colonel R. Warren. 

Senior Commissariat Officer Deputy Commissary General A. Clerk. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Assistant Commissary General of Ordnance M. J. T. Ingram. 

Dittrict Paymaster Chief Pa.ymaster J. E. Longden. 

Principal M edical Officer Deputy Surgeon General 

~ 11. JERSEY DISTRICT. 

LiBUT. Governor & Colonel on the Staff Lt.General Lothian Nicholson, CB. i Oct. 78. 

Deputy Assist. Adjutant and Qr. Master General ... p.s.c. Captain J. W. Godfray, King's Own Borderers, 5 May 82, 

Commanding Royal Artillery Lt. Colonel R. R. Franks. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Colonel C. E. Cumberland, CB. 

Senior Commissariat Officer 

S enior Ordnance Store Officer Assistant Comjiiissary General of Ordnance F. Pridham, 



1 19/) ^tij(f al Hume. 

12. GUERNSEY AND ALDERNEY DISTRICT. 

LiKUT. GovBENOB & CoLOXEL oif Stam' Major General A. A. Nelson, Ci'. i May 79- 

Fort Major V*C Colonel H. E. Jerome, li.p. 62 F. 15 May 79. 

Commanding SoyalArtiliery Lt.ColonelJ. M. Burn. 

Commanding Soyal Engineer Lt.Colonel E. Mitchell. 

„ .. ^ , ^.^ ^_ fDep. Assist. Com. Gen. of Ordnance C. D. Dnmford. Chiemsey. 

Seinor Ordnance Store Officers (. Dep.Assist. Com. Gen. of Ordnance H. T. Wyon. AUerney. 

IRELAND. 
LoBD LiEUTEN.VNi GENERAL & Genebal Governoe Right Son. J. p. Earl Spencer, KG. KF. 

Aides de Camp. 



Lt.Colonel G. S. Byng, retired pay, 8 May 82. 

J). x.c Colonel H. Stewart, C-B. 3 Dragoon Guards, 3 Nov.82. 

p.s.c. Lieut. .J. F. G. Ross of Bladensburg, Coldstream 

Guards, 8 May 82. 
Major A. E. Turner. R. Artillery, 31 Aug. 82. 
Captain Hon. A. .J. G. Bvng, 7 Hussars, 8 May 82 {extra). 
< Captain F. T. R. Ham'iUon, Norfolk Regt. 8 May 82 

(>-xfra). 



Lieut. J. D. Barry, R. Art. 8 May 82 {extra). 
Lieut. A. C. Little, 5 Lancers, 8 May 82 {extra). 
Lieut. H. C. F. Luttrell, Rifle Brigade, 8 May 82 {extra). 
Captain C. S. Paget, 5 Bn. King's Royal Rifles (Hunting- 
don Militia), 4 .July 82(ex^TO). 
Major H. L. Malone, 16 Lancers, 31 Aug. 82 {extra). 
Captain W. H. M'Laren, i Dragoons 31 Aug. 82 {extra), 
Lieut.G.Dease, C. of LondonRegt.(7F.), 31 Aug. 82 (exiro) 



< General &•)• T. M. Steele, KCB. Gloucestershire Regt. (61 F.), 
OoMMAifDiNG THE Forces (^ i Oct. 80. 

Assist ant Military Stc-retary Lt.Colonel P. D. Boyle, Grenadier Guards, i Oct. 80. 

,. , , ^ ("Major H. R. Y. Browne, R. Horse Artillery, i Oct. 80. 

Aides de Camp (. Lieut. H. R. Stopford, Coldstream Guards, 30 July S2. 

Deputy Adjutant General Colonel Sir T. D. Baker, KCB. h.p. Irish Regt. 4 Sept. 82. 

Deputy Quarter Master General c. Colonel H.J. Maclean, h.p. Rifle Brigade, 16 Sept. 82. 

,.,,,,.,,,„ ^ nr t n 7 f Lt.Colonel G. B. Traill, h.p. R. Art. 8 Apr. 82. 

Assistant Adjutant 6r Quarter Master Gene, ah... -^ Lt.Colonel W.Galbraith,h.p.Shrop8hire Lt. Inf. {85 F.) 30 Sept. 82. 
_ ^ , ., .J- 3 rs I Tir ,,^„ ,-,„„^„„. fp.s.c. Captain J. W. Andrews, Devonshire Regt. 16 June 82. 
Deputy Assist. Adj. and Quarter Master Generals |^^^ ^^.^^ ^ ^^^^^^^ -^^^^^ Lancashire Re|t. 22 June 82. 

Deputy Assist. Adjutant General (for Musketry) Major G. A. Agnew, h.p. 30 F. i May 78. 

Commanding Royal Engineer {Col. on Staff) Colonel W. H. Noble, 13 June 82. 

Brigade Major, Royal'Engineers Captain H. Denison, R. Eng. i Aug. 81. 

^ ' -r ,' . , , ("Major W. A. Eardley-Wilmot, Northumberland Fusiliers (5 F.), 

Deputy Judge Advocate [ ^^^ j„ne 82. 

(p.s.c. Major J. H. G.Browne, R. Art. 27 Aug. 79. Curragh. 
^ . ^ , , J p.s.c. Major C. L. Har^-ey, Highland Light Infantry (71 P.), 7 

Garrison Instructors "^ Apr. 80. Dublin. 

[p.s.c. Major S. Flower, Irish Rifles (86 F.), 17 May 79. Fermoy. 

Senior Commissariat Officer Deputy Commissary General J. Long. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Deputy Commissary General of Ordnance "W. C. Nangle. 

Chief Paymaster Chief Paymaster J. Nowlan. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon General J. S. Furlong, MD. 

Inspecting Veterinary Surgeon J. Lambert. 

DUBLIN DISTRICT. 

UoMMAXDiirG DuBLiir DisiEiCT Major General E. C. H. Xorii Clarina, i Oct. 81. 

Aide de Camp v.s.c. Captain F. W. James, Norfolk Regt. (9 F.), i Oct. 81. 

Colonel on the Staff Colonel W.J. Williams, CB. R. Artillery, 26 May 82. 

. . j^ , ,. J , , ^ 1 Tir i r: 1 f Colonel A. G. M. Moore, h.p. 4 Hussars, 2 Aug. 80. 

Assist. Adjutant and Quarter Master Generals... | ^^j^^^^ g -^ porgter, h.p. R. Art. 30 May 82. [(93 F.), 24 April Si. 
Deputy Assist. Adj. and Quarter Master General p.s.c. Captain Hon. W. F. Elliot, Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders 

Brigade Major, Royal Artillery Major W. S. Langley, 17 Oct. 79. 

Commanding Auxiliary Artillery Lt.Colonel W. Smith. 

Commanding Royal Engineer 

Senior Comm'J!sariat Officer Deputy Commissary General J. W. Murray. 

District Paymaster 

Principal Medical Officer Deputy Surgeon General J. Lamprey, MB. 

Assist. Adj.3r Qr.Mast. Gen. for Recruiting Duties Lt.Colonel S. Darling, h.p. 9 F. 8 Mar. 79. 

Staff Captain for ditto Major E. T. Evans, h.p. Lancashire FusiUers (20 F.), 2 Nov. 81. 1 

Medical Officer for ditto Brigade Surgeon S. B. Roe, MB. CB. 

CURRAGH BRIGADE. 
CoMMiXBiNG Cubeagh Bbigabe AND Iif- 1 ^^ jj ■ General C. 0. Fraser, CB. i Jan. 80. ' 

SPBCTOE General OE Cavalry IS- iBBLAiTD ...j ^ ' 

Aide de Camp Captain St. J. S. Taylor, 11 Hussars, 26 Jan. 80. 

Brigade Major Major JSok. H. G. L. Crichton, 21 Hussars, 7 June 78. 

Camp Quarter Master John Thomas Briud, 24 Jan. 80. 

Assistant Provost Marshal Qr.Master Chas. Broackes, Mil. Mounted Police Corps, 12 Mar. 3i. 

BELFAST DISTRICT. 

Commanding Belfast District Major General J. R. S. Sayer, CB. 8 Mar. 82. 

Aide de Camp Major M. S. Brownrigg, Oxfordshire Light Infantry, 4 April 82. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. Captain A. E. W. Goldsmid, Munster Fusiliers (104 F.), 27 

Commanding Royal Art. and Auxiliary Art. ... Colonel C. J. M'Mahon. Belfast. [Apr. 79. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Lt.Colonel E. F. S.Lloyd. 

Senior Commissariat Officer Assistant Commissary General C. E. Wrench. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Dep. Assist. Com. Gen. of Ordnance W. P. Wright. 

District Paymaster Staff Paymaster J. J. Tuck. 

Principal Medical Officer Deputy Surgeon General E. J. Franklyn, MD. 

CORK DISTRICT. 

Commanding Cork District Major General H. D'Oyly Torrens, CB. 1 Oct. 81. ,d 

Aidede Camp Captain H. W. Griffith, Welsh Fusiliers (23 P.), i Oct. 81. i\ 

»„;.,,.« 7 „« /*^ .«//,yF Cnlnnel W. Booth. R. Artillerv. T Nov R5. 91 



Colonel on the Staff Colonel W. Booth, R. Artillery, i Nov. 82. 

Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General Colonel N. Stevenson, h.p. 87 F. i July 80. 

Deputy Assist. Adj. Sf Quarter Master General p.s.c. Major R. Elias, E. Lancashire Regt. (59 P.), 14 Dec. 81. 

Ditto (for Musketry) Major H. H. Oldham, Cameron Highlanders (79 P.), 20 Peb. 82. 

Brigade Major, Royal Artillery p.s.c. Captain R. A. Montgomery, 3 Sept. 81. 

Commanding Auxiliary Artillery Lt.Colonel W. B. Rice. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Lt.Colonel R. M. F. Sandford. 

Senior Commissariat Officer Deputy Commissary General C. Foster. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Dep. Assist. Com. Gen. of Ordnance L. P. Graham. 

District Paymaster Staff Paymaster F. W. Dundee. 

Principal Medical Officer Deputy Surgeon GeneralJ. L. Jameson. 



STAFF ABROAD. irgc 

EUROPE. 

GIBRALTAR. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Lieut. General Sir J. M. Adye, GCB. Royal Artillery, i Jan. 83. 

Assistant Military Secretary Bt. Lt.Colonel Hon. N. G. Lyttelton, Rifle Brigade, i Jan. 83. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. J. Adye, Royal Artillery, i Jan. 83. 

Commanding Brigade Major General Cadwallader Adams, CB. 22 Oct. 81. 

Aide de Camp Major H. D. Wade-Dalton, Middlesex Regt. (57 F.), 4 Jan. 82. 

Assistant Adjutant 4r Quarter Matter General Colonel F. R. S. Flood, CB. h.p. Brigade Depot, 27 Sept. 78. 

Deputy assistant Adjutant and Qr. Mr. General... 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Gen. (for Musketry) ... Major T. S. Gildea, Seaforth Highlanders (72 F.), 1 May 80. 

Brigade Major ^.».c. MajorH. J. T. Hildyard, Highland Light Infantry, 6 Aug.73. 

Commanding Royal Artillery (Colonel on Staff) ... Colonel E. Markham, 15 Nov. 82. 

Brigade Major, Royal Artillery p.s.c. Captain W. W. M. Smith, 15 March 81. 

; Commanding Royal Engineer (Colonel on Staff) ... Colonel P. Ravenhill, CB. i Nov. 82. 

Garrison Quarter Master William Foulkcs Cottrell, 10 Nov. 77. 

: Garrison Instructor p.s.c. Major F. T. C. Du Vernet, Essex Regt. (56 F.), 29 Aug. 80. 

I Seiiior Com-missariat Officer Deputy Commissary General R. C. Healy. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Assistant Commissary General of Ordnance P. J. C. Flynn. 

District Paymaster Staff Paymaster W. S. Thorburn. 

Principal Medical Officer Surgeon General A. Smith, JfD. CB. 



MALTA. 

Governor and Commander in Chief e. General Sij'ArthurBorton, XC.B. (?CjW6r. i W.I. Rogt. 8 June 78. 

Assistant Military Secretary Colonel I). M. M. Crichton, Gren. Gds. 8 June 78. 

J -j^, J, r ,m„ " f Captain A. C. Borton, Somerset Lt. Infantry (13 F.), 8 June 78. 

^taesaei^amp (. Captain C. R. Simpson, Lincolnshire Regt. (10 F.), 31 Dec. 81. 

Commanding Brigade Major General Hon. P. R. B. Feilding, CB. i Jan. 79. 

Aidede Camp Captain B. P. Gary, Sussex Regt. (35 F.), i June 79. 

Deputy Adjutant 4" Quarter Master General Lt.Colonel R. T. Thynne, Grenadier Guards, i Nov. 82. 

Depitii/ Assistant Adjutant 4r Qr.Mast. General... Major E. H. Buller, Rifle Brigade, 12 Mav 82. 

Ditto (for Musketry) Major W. A. Bridge, Scots Fusiliers (21 F.). 11 July 78. 

Brigade Major p.a.c Major H.T. Hughes-Hallett, Middlesex Regt. (57 F.), 3 Oct. 81. 

Commaiidin'g Royal Artillery (Colonel on Staff)... Colonel R. Oldfield, 17 Dec. 81. 

Brigade Major, Royal Artillery Captain R. W. Rainsford-Hannay, 18 Mar. 82. 

Commanding Royal Engineer (Colonel on Staff) ... Colonel T. A. L. Murray, 26 May 79. 

Garrison Instructor p.s.c. MajorH. B. Moffat, South Wales Borderers (24 F.),8 Oct. 81. 

Senior Commissariat Officer Commissary General L. W. Blacker. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Deputy Commissary General of Ordnance H. F. Travers. 

District Paymaster Chief Paymaster F. W. Lukin. 

Principal Medical Officer ... Surgeon General J . B. Clutterbuck, MD. 

CYPRUS. 

High Commissioner and Commander in Chief (with IBriga-dier General Sir R. Biddulph, CB. KCMG. R. Artillery, 
local rank of Major General) j 23 June 79. 

Aidede Camp .' Lieut. G. A. K. Wisely, R. Eng. 19 Nov. 79. [21 Sept. 79. 

Brigade Major p.«.c. Major F. Luttman-Johnston, York and Lancaster Regt. (65F.), 

^^^iinfrai'^""* '^^!^.*.''"^..'''^^^^^^ ^- Cookc-Collis, Irish Rifles, 2 Sept. 82. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Colonel W. C. Phillpotts. 

Senior Commissariat Officer Assistant Commissary General F. H. Armstrong. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Dcput.v Assistant Commissary Gen. of Ord. A. \V. Bridgman. 

District Paymaster , Staff Paymaster A. F. Noyes. 

Senior Medical Officer Surgeon Major F. Falwasser. 

ASIA. 

INDIA. 

Viceroy and Governor General The Most Hon. the Marquis o/Ripon, KG. GMSI. 8 Jcme 80. 

Private Secretary Henry W. Primrose, Esq. 17 July 80. 

Military Secretary FC Captain io»-d Vf. L. De la P.' Beresford, 9 Lancer.s, 28 Oct. 81. 

f Lieut. E. L. S. Brett, Scots Guards, 3 May 80. 
Captain E. H. Clough-Taylor, Welsh Fusiliers (23 F.), i Nov. 81. 
Lieut. Hon. C. Harbord, Scots Guards, 10 Feb. 82. 
Lieut. Lord A. F. Compton, 10 Hussars, i May 82. 
Captain 0. W. Muir, Bengal Staff Corps, i May 82 (extra). 
Captain A. N. Rochfort, R. Artillery, 21 Apr. 82 [extra). 

Surgeon Surgeon Major John Anderson, CIE. 9 June 80. 

Commander in Chief General Sir D. M. Stewart, Bart. GCB. CIE. Bengal S.O. 7 April 81. 

Military Secretary p.«.e. Colonel E. F. Chapman, CB. R. Artillery, 27 June 81. 

Persian Interpreter Colonel H. Moore, CB. CIE. Bombay Staff Corps, 7 April 81. 

(Lieut. G. Haines, Warwickshire Regt. (6 F.), 7 April 81. 

Aides de Camp i Lieut. R. Owen, 14 Hussars, 8 Feb. 82. 

(.Captain C. H. H. Mayne, R. Artillery, 28 Mar. 82. 
Surgeon Surgeon Major R. W. Davies, MD. 7 April 81. 

Adjutant Geneeal's Department at Head QtrAEiEKS, 
Adjutant General Major General Sir G. R. Greaves, CB. KCMG. 30 Oct. 79 

Deputy Adjutant General Colonel H. CoUett, CB. Bengal Staff Corps, 6 Oct. 82. 

Deputy Adjutant General of Artillery ... Colonel T. B. Hughes. 

Assistant Adjutants General. 

Lt.Colonel F. Eteson, h.p. 3 F. 25 Jan. 78 Simla. 

Colonel M. C. Farrington, South Yorkshire Regt. (51 F.), 30 Nov. 77 Oude (Lucknow). 

Bt.Lt. Colonel A. G. Handcock, Bengal Staff Corps, 12 March 80 Meerut. 

Bt.Lt.Colonel A. P. Palmer, Bengal Staff Corps, 6 Dec. 80 Allahabad. 

Lt.Colonel W. W. Biscoe, Bengal Cavalry, n March 82 BirXiind. (Umhalla) 

MajorH. I. E. Ford, R. Artillery, II March 82 Simla. 

p.s.e. Lt.Colonel A. B. Morgan, Norfolk Regt. (g F.), 2T March 82 Rawul Pindee. 

Colonel G. B. Wolseley, York and Lancaster Regt. (65 F.), 29 May 82 ... Lahore. 



I20 :<taff' Ahruud. 

Veptifi/ Afsistanf Adjutanft General. 

p.g.c. Major A.G.Wynen, Porsetsh''re Regt. (39 F.), 23 Jan.' 78 GwaUor District. 

Lt.Colonel G. A. Way, Bengal Staff Corps, 22 Aug. 79 Eastern Frontier District. 

Major J. Cook, Bengal Staff Corps, 17 .Time 81 Presidency District. 

Bt.Major N. R. Stewart, Bencral Staff Corps, 2 June 81 Saugor District. 

p.s.c. Major J. E. Goodwyn, East Lancashire Regt. (30 F.), 30 Sept. 81... Peshawur District. 

Bt.Major J. Davidson, Bengal Staff Corps, i Dec. 81 Simla. 

Bt.Lt.Colonel G. de C. Morton, Warwicksliire Regt. (6 F.), 16 April 82... Rohilcund District. 

QuAHTEE Master General's Department at Head Quarters. 
Quarter Master General (with rank of > Colonel Sir C. M. MacGregor,i:C.B. CS£. CIE. Bengal Staff Corps, 19 Nov. 80. 

Major General) j —Furlough. 

Depicty Quarter Master General Lt.Colonel G. E. L. S. Sanford, R. Engineers, 19 Nov. 80. — Simla. 

Assistant Quarter Master General ;u.s.c. Lt.Colonel K. A. Little, Bengal Staff Corps, 19 Mar. 80.— Sick Furlough. 

r>eput!t Quarter Master General, -f»- > ^.Colonel W. S. A. Lockhart, CB. Bengal Infantry, 19 Nov. 80.— Simla. 

teiligence Brancti ) 

Asuitant Quarter Master General, do. "SC. p.s.c. Major M. S. Bell, R. Engineers, 19 Mar. 80. 
Dep.Assist. Quarter Master General, do. Caj)tain P. J. Maitland, Bombay Staff Corps, 19 Mar. 80.— Simla. 
Assistant Quarter Master Generals of Division. 

Bt.Lt.Colonel H. B. Hanna, Bengal Staff Corps, 22 June 80 Sick Furlough. 

Maior R. M'Grigor Stewart, Roval Artillery, 24 July 80 Simla. 

p.s'c. Lt.Colonel W. L. Dalrj-mple, Connaught Rangers (88 F.), 23 Mar. Bi Sirhind. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master Generals. 
Bt.Lt.Colonel A. A. A. Kinloch, King's Royal Rifles (60 F.), 5 April 78 ... Presidency District. 

p.s.c. Major H. S. Brownrigg, Rifle Brigade, i June 78 Rawul Pindee Division. 

Bt.Major A. (Jaselee, Bengal Staff Corps, 28 Oct. 78 Meerut Division. 

Bt.Lt.Colonel B. A. Combe, 10 Hussars, 8 Aug. 79 Simla. 

Captain W. Hailes, Bengal Staff Corps, i Nov. 78 Allahabad District. 

Captain A. J. Pearson, R. Artillery, 25 March 81 Rohilcund District. 

Captain G. F. Young, Bengal Staff Corps, 4 May 82 Peshawur District. 

Bengal. 

Commanding Sirhind Division Lieut. General W. T. Hughes, CB. Bengal Staff Corps, 31 Jan. 79. 

Aide de Camp 

Commanding Meerut Division Lieut.General Sir R. O. Bright, KCB. 22 Oct. 78. 

Aide de Camp Major J. H. Barnard, CJ/ff. Munster Fusiliers (loi F.), 28 Oct. 78. 

Commanding Lahore Division Major General R. Hume, CB. 21 Nov. 79. 

Aide de Camp Captain E. H. C. Braddon, The Border Regt. (55 F.), 30 Nov. 79. 

Commanding Eawul Pindee Dicision Lieut.General Sir M. A. S. Biddulph. KCB. Royal Artillery, i Dec. 80. 

Aidede Camp Lieut. S. F. Biddulph, Bengal Staff Corps, 17 July 82. 

Commanding Dude Division Lieut.General Charles Cureton, CB. Bengal Staff Corps, 24 Oct. 79. 

Aide de Camp Major R. C. D. Spottiswoode, 10 Hussars, 6 Api-il 82. 

Commanding Allahabad Division FCMajor General &>H. T. Macpherson,.SrC£. Bengal Staff Corps, 26 Oct. 80. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. F. C. E. Childers, R. Artillery, 29 Oct 81. 

Inspector General of Artillery/ for India Brigadier General G. Leslie, 20 Oct. 80. 

Brigade Major Bt.Major A. D. Anderson, 29 March 78. 

Commanding First Class Brigades (6). 

Brigadier General W. Gordon, CIE. Bengal Staff Corps, 18 Nov. 78 Pesha^vur District. 

Brigadier General W. G. Dunham Massv, h.p. 5 Lancers, 10 April 79 Gwalior District. 

Brigadier General A. H. Murray, R. Artillery, 24 Aug. 82 Saugor District. 

Brigadier General R. J. Hughes, CB. h.p. 63 Foot, 2 Sept. 80 Presidency District. 

Brigadier General R. Blair, Bengal Infantry, 3 Dec. 80 Rohilcund District. 

Brigadier General R. S. Hill, CB. Bengal Infantry, 6 Feb. 82 Eastern Frontier District [Shillong). 

Commanding Second Class Brigades. 

Brigadier General H. C. "Wilkinson, h.p. 16 Lancers, 30 Jan. 82 Sealkote. 

Brigadier General Edward Dandridge, Bengal Staff Corps, 11 May 82 Mooltan. 

Brigadier General G. F. Walker, h.p. Suffolk Regt., 7 Sept. 82 Agra. 

Brigadier General T. E. Gordon, CB. CSI. Bengal Staff Corps, 9 Oct. 82 Rawul Pindee. 

Brigade Majors. 

Major A. Fitzgerald, Bengal Infantry, 26 April 78 Quetta District. 

p.s.c. Major A. L. H. Holmes, Bengal Staff Corps, 9 March 77 Furlough. 

Major H. R. Young, Dorsetshire Regt. (39 F.), 30 May 79 Rawul Pindee. 

Major W. C. Farwell, Bengal Infantry, 6 Dec. 80 Agra. 

Major T. Blake Humfrev, Liverpool Regt. (8 F.), 22 March 81 Umballa. 

Major C. M. Stockley, Norfolk Regt. (9 F.), 23 March 81 Sealkote. 

Captain H. A. Cherry, Northumberland Fusiliers (5 F.), 2 Oct. 81 Cawnpore. 

Bt.Major W. V. Ellis, Bengal Staff Corps, 8 March 82 Lucknow. 

Captain J. G. Kelly, Bengal Staff Corps Meean Meer. 

p.s.c. Major P. D. Jeffreys, Connaught Rangers Allahabad. 

Assistant Adjutant General for Musketry. 

Major W. C. Mackinnon, h.p. 3 Foot, 20 May 78 Chief Insp. Ai-my Head Quarters. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals for Musketry, 

Major A. I. Shepherd, Bengal Staff Corps, 14 May 79 5th Circle, Umballa. 

Major F. W. Nicolay, Bengal Staff Corps, 16 Oct. 79 ist Circle, Fort William.— Furl. 

Major P. Walker, Border Regt. (34 F.), 22 Mar. 80 6th Circle, Meean Meer. 

Bt.Major W. Hill, Bengal Staff Corps, i Jan. 81 4th Circle, Meerut. 

Major J. E. Baines, h.p. Warwickshire Regt. (6 F.), 10 March 81 3rd Circle, Lucknow. 

Captain W. F. Nuthall, Manchester Regt. (63 F.), 30 May 81 2nd Circle, Allahabad. 

Captain F. F. F. Roupell, East Surrey Regt. (70 F.), 27 .July 81 8th Circle, Abbottabad. 

Captain C. J. Whitaker, York and Lancaster Regt. (65 F.), 15 May 81 7th Circle, Peshawur. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant General of Artillery. 

Major J. Keith, 28 March 82 Simla. 

Director of Garrison Instruction in India. 

Lt.Colonel A. S. Hunter, Royal Artillery, i July 78 Army Head Quarters. 

Garrison Instructors. 

Captain Horatio Holt Hart, Royal Engineers, i Sept. 78 Lucknow. 

Major H. Gunter, Black Watch (73 F.), 5 Sept. 78 Agra. 

Captain G. T. Morris, Bengal Staff Corps, 16 Oct. 80 Rawul Pindee. 

Captain G. Henry, Royal Engineers, 5 May 82 Bangalore. 

Captain H. D. Hutchinson, Bengal Staff Corps, 14 Sept. 82 UmbaUa. 

p.s.c. Major S. A. Hammick, Oxtordshire Light Infantry Poona. 

Inspector of Gymnasia in /ndta.— Major S. W. Tyndall, Durham Light Infantry ■) ._^„ „^,,, n„ovto^<. 
(63 F.), 22 Feb. 82 jArmy Head Quarters. 



Staff Abroad. lai 

Madras. 

Governor IHght Hon. Momitstuart Elpliinstone Grant Duff, CIE. 5 Nov/Si. 

Private Secretary Captaiu A. Awdry, R. Engineers, 5 Nov. 81. 

Military Secretary Major A. G. Spencer, Essex Regt. (56 F.), 5 Nov. 81. 

[ Lieut. C. C. Cavendish, Highland Lt. Infantry (74 F.), 5 Nov. 81. 

Aides de Camp j Lieut. A. H. L. Bagot, Somerset Lt. Infantry (13 F.),5 Nov. 81. 

I Lieut. W. B. Evans-Gordon, Madras Staff Corps, 5 Nov. Si (extra). 
Surgeon Surgeon Major J. Mackenzie, MD. 5 Nov. 8t. 

Governor's Body Guard. 
Major J. M. C. Galloway, late 4 Cavalry, Commandant, i Mar. 76. 
Captain C. H. Simpson, Madras Staff Corps, Adjutant, 19 Feb. 77. 
Surgeon Major A. L. Hackett, in medical charge, 25 Jan. 8t. 
Vet. Surgeon George Western, in veterinary charge, 22 Dec. 75. 

'^°''''(^Z^ ^^'f.^!'!^''.!^^"^^ Major General Sir F. S. Roberts, Barf. GCB. CIE., 28 Nov. 81. 

military S'.cretary Bt.Lt.Colonel G. T. Pretyman, R. Artillery-, 28 Nov. 81. 

Aide de Camp and Interpreter Lieut. N. F. F. Chamberlain, Bengal Stafl' Corps, 28 Nov. 81. 

I Aide de Camp Captain I. S. M. Hamilton, Gordon Highlanders (92 F.), 3 June 82. 

AD.ruiAKT Genbbal's Depaetment ax Head Quabtehs. 

^f ^;ia^:ii:?..':""! j «°'°-l «• Cl-^^. ^-P- ^^- B^^-^e. ., Aug. 80. 

Deputy Adjutant General Lt.Colonel E. Faunae, Madras Staff Corps, 20 March 82. 

As'<i«tn»t Adiuinnf OenernU ^ ^^'"^ ^- ^- H°P®' M:adras Cavalry, 3 April 82. 
.Assistant Adjutant Gene, als ... | ^^^^^^-^ ^ g- p^j^g^ ^^y^^, Artillery; 22 Oci. 79. 

QuAKTEE Mastee Geneeal's Depaetment at Head Quaktess. 

[Quarter Master General 

{Deputy Quarter Master General Lt.Colonel J. Ewing, Madras Staff Corps, 20 Nov. 78. 

1 Divisio.v Staff. 

Commanding Bangalore Division Lieut. General W. Pa.yn, CB. 21 April 79. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. E. A. Burrows, Royal Artillery, i Oct. 81. 

Commanding Hyderabad Subsidiary Force Major General Sir C. P. Keyes, KCB\ Madras Staff Corps, 8 Nov. 81. 

Aide de Camp Lieut. E. G. Mansel, Oxford Lt. Infantry (52 F.), 13 Jan. 82. 

Commanding British Burmah Division Lieut. General F. G. Kempster, Madras Staff Corps, 10 Sept. 80. 

Aide de Camp 

Assistant Adjutant Generals of Divisions and Forces {2) . 

Lt.Colonel W. Coningham, Madras Staff Corps, 24 Feb. 82 British Burmah Division. 

p.s.c. Lt.Colonel H. M. Bengough, h p. Middlesex Regt. 29 April 82. Hyderabad Subsidiarj- Force. 
iMajor J. E. Blundell, Hampshire Regt. 17 June 82 Bangalore Division. 

Dejmty Assistant Adjutant Generals (4) . 

Nagpore Force. 

IMajor A. Curtois, Madras Cavalry, 23 Dec. 77 Eastern District, Fort St. George 

Major W. L. Ranking, Madras Infantry, 18 March 82 Western District, Cannanore. 

iMajor G. E. Weston, Madras Infantry, 8 April 82 Ceded District, Bellary. 

I Assistant Adjutant General for Muslcetry. 

[Major W. P. Symons, South Wales Borderers Chief In.spector, ist District, Bangalore Div. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals for Musketry. 

Major Edmund Austin, Madras Staff Corps, 10 Dec. 78 2nd District. Nagpore Force, &c. 

Major W. Wood, Essex Regt. (44F.), 28 Oct. 80 3rd District, British Burmah Division. 

Assistant Quarter Master Generals of Divisions and Forces (3). 

British Burmah Division. 

vlajor D. J. S. M'Leod, Madras Cavalry, 12 March 78 Bangalore Division. 

lolonel Evelj'n Medows Norie, Madras Staff Corps, i Dec. 79 Hyderabad Subsidiary Force. 

i Deputy Assistant Quarter Master Generals of Divisions and Forces (4). 

'tojor E. H. Eyre, Madras Staff Corps, 12 March 78 Eastern Districts.— Furlough. 

ilajor A. G. Hutchins, Madras Inf. 21 Nov. 79 Ceded Districts.- -Furlough 

I'.s.e. Captain W. A. Yule, Scots Fusiliers (21 F.), 26 April Si Western District, Cannanore. 

liajor S. E. Atkinson, Madras Staff Corps Nagpore Force, Kamptee. 

Commanding Fiest Class Beigades (4). 
[irigadier General G. F. de Berry, b.p. Brigade Depot, 29 Oct. 79 ... Nagpore Force, Kamptee. 

lirigadier General R. C. Stewart, CB. b.p. 2 F. 28 .Tune 80 Eastern District, Fort St. George 

]T(S; Brigadier General H. N. D. Prendergast. CB. R. Eng. 9 Sept. 80 Ceded District, Bellary. 
brigadier General L. W. Buck, Madras Staff Corps, 12 March 82 ... Western District, Cannanore. 

Bombay. 

'overyior Rt.Hon. Sir James Ferguson, Bart. KCMG. CIE. 28 Apr. 80. 

' Private Secretary G. H. R. Hart, Esq. 28 Apr. 80. 

. Military Secretary Major A. R. Heyland, Bombay Staff Corps, 25 Jan. 82. 

i' I Captain H. J. Ferguson, Rifle Brigade, 18 May 80.— Sick Furlough. 
Aides de Camp J Lieut. Hon. G. F. H. Somerset, Grenadier Guards, 31 May 80. 
j Captain G. H. Dean, 12 Lancers, 27 June 81 (eictra). 

• Commandant of the Body Guard Captain M. Mayne, 3 Bombay Cavalry, i March 82. 

Surgeon....... Surgeon J. Pindlay, MB., Bombay Medical Depart. 28 Sept. 81. 

ommajiderin Chief Lieut. Genera! Hon. A. E. Hardinge, CB. Inniskilling Fus. -to March 81 

' Military Secretary Lt.Colonel E. S. Rivett-Carnac, h.p. 11 Hussars, i April 82 

\^\dede Camp ... Lieut. Hon. 0. R. W. GoUiWo {Master of Colville) , Grenadier Gds. 30 Mar 8- 

\Aide de Camp and Interpreter Captain C. S. Shephard, Lancaster Regt. i Feb. 82. ' " 

I Adjutant Geneeal's Depaetment at Head Quabtees. 

ijutant General {tci/h rank of Briga-} „ , , . -r » , ,, 

dier General) •;___ j Colonel A. L. Annesley, h.p. 11 Hussars, 2 Feb. Si. 

eputy Adjutant General Colonel E. A. Green, Bombay Staff Corps, i April 81.— Furlough 

Mistant Adjutant GeneraJi (?';''• ^,''J'*;9°'?^?' ^- •^- Burnett, East Yorkshire Regt. (15 F.), 19 Apr. 81. 

( Colonel T. N. Holberton, R. Artillery, 18 Jan. 79. 



122 '^I'-t'.f -Ahi'oad. 

QuAETEJi Masiei: GE:«Ji;:j.i."3 DcyAEXMEyT at Hkab Quaetkes. 

(iuarUr Maisier General Brigadier Gen. A. G. F. Ho^g, Bombay StaiT Corps, i Feb. 80.— Sick Furl. 

Deptits Quarter Master General Colonel B. H. Pottinger, Royal Artillery, 19 Dec. 79. 

Division Staff. 

Cvmnnniing Mhow Division Dieut. Genera! S<.r R. Pbajre, KCB. Bombay Staff Corps, i March 81. 

Axdede Camp Captain R. Pboyre, Yorkshire Regt. (19 F.), 2 May 81. 

Commanding Northern Division Iiieur.General H. H. A. AVood, CB. Bombay Staff Corps, 15 Dec. 81. 

Aidt de Camp Lieut. H. S. Wood, Sontli Yorkshire Regl. 21 April 82. 

CoKmanding Poena Division Maior General Sir John Ross, KCB. 9 June 81. 

Aids de Camp Major J. D. Manse), Rifle Brigade, 10 Jan. 82. 

Assistant Adjutant Generals of Divisions ( ). 

LUColonel E. Cunningham, Bombay Staff Corps. 26 Aug. 79 Northern Division. 

lit. Colonel R. M. Lloyd, Bombay Staff Corps, i July 80 Poona Division. 

Major C. A. Cuningham, Bombay Staff Corps, 15 May 81 Mhow Division. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Generals. 

p.t.e. Major H. L. Dundas, East Yorkshire Regt. (15 F.), 26 Feb. 82 Bombay District. 

Major J. Withers, Bombay Staff Corps, 28 Dec. 80 Bind District. 

Major W. S. Here, Bombay Infantry, 28 Dec. 80 Belgaum District. 

Assistant Adjutant General for Musketry. 

Colonel W. A. Gmespie, Bombay Staff Corps, 26 May 74 { ''^^Ir^'^fougb'"'''^'"'''""'*' 

Deputy Assistant Adjutants General for Musketry. 

Major H. E. P. Thomas, East Yorkshire Regt. (15 F.), zo Nov. 78 3rd Circle, Belgaum. [FurU 

Captain H. I. Nares, Leicestershire Regt. (17 P.), 20 Dec. 80 2nd Circle, Mhow. — Sick 

Assistant Quarter Master Generals of Diinsioiis (3). 

IitColonelJohn Jopp, Bombay Staff Corps, iq Dec. 79 Sick Furlough. 

Captain A. B. Stoptbrd. Royal Artillery, 20 May 81 Poona Division. 

Mtyor J. T. Watling, Bombay Staff Corps Mhow Division. 

Deputy Assistant Quarter Master Generals (3). 

Offg. A. Q. M. Gen. 

Bt.Major H. Melliss, Bombay Staff Corps, 29 Jan. 81 Bombay District. 

Captain E. L. Elliott, Bombay Staff Corps, 20 May 81 Quetta District. 

Captain D. C. Dean Pitt, Royal Ai'tiilery 

Commanding First Class Beigades (2). 

Brigadier General G. T. Brice, h.p. 17 Foot, 23 Jan. 79 Belgaum District. 

Brigadier General A. Carnegy, Bombay Staff Corps, 2 Apr. 82 Bombay District. 

Commanding Second Class Brigades (4). 

Nusseerabad. 

Brigadier General C. E. Oldershaw, R. Artillery, 28 April 81 Sind District. 

Brigadier General H. H. James, Bombay Staff Corps, 9 June 81 Deesa. 

"FCBrigadier General J. Blair, Bombay Cavalry, 3 March 82 Aden. 

Brigade Majors (4). 

Captain F. G.T.Welch, Bombay Staff Corps, 20 Nov. 80...] Nusseerabad. 

Major A. Currie, Bombay Cavalry, 13 March 82 Deesa. 

Major J. M. Heath, Bombay Staff Corps, 31 March 82 Aden. 

p.$.e. Captain F. W. Benson, 17 Lancers, 5 June 82 Poona. 

Assistant Inspector of Gymnasia. 
CaptaiivS- M. Alexander, Seaforth Highlanders (78 F.), 15 Dec. 79 Poona. 

CEYLON. 

&ovemorand Commander in Chief Sir James Robert Longden, KCMG. 30 June 77. 

Aidede Camp Captain A. Nevill Hayne, Middlesex Regt. (57 F.)» 4 Sept. 77. 

Xajor General Major General Sir J. C. M'Leod, ECB. 1 April 82. 

Aide de Camp Captain G B. M. Cumberland, Black Watch, i April 82. 

Brigade Major p. s.e. Major A. D. Currie, Welsh Regt. (41 F.), 4 April 79. 

Commanding Royal Artillery Colonel G. J. Smart. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Lt.Colonel G. W. Stockley. 

Senior Commissariat Officer , Assistant Commissar.y General C. D. O'Connor. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Assistant Commissary General of Ordnance C. E. Vansittart. 

Dutrict Faymasfer SiEiff Paymaster A. Ewing. 

Seniur Medical Officer Surgeon Major R. O. Hayden. 

CHINA AND HONG KONG, AND STRAITS SETTLEMENTS. 
C^manding the Forces in China, and Lieut.Gov- ") jj .^^ Q^^^^^y j. n. Sargent, CB. i April 82. 

emar of Hong Kong i 

Amtf ant Military Secretary p.s.c. Major F. Cardew, S. Lancashire Regt. (82 F.), 1 April 82. 

Aide de Camp 

Commanding Royal Artillery Lt.Colonel G. A. Crawford. Song Kong. 

Co Ptmanding Royal Engineer Lt Colonel J. A. Papillon. 

fri»cipal Medical Officer Deputy Surgeon General W. A. Thomson, MB. 

China and Hong Kong. 

and Commander in Chief of Rong Kong... Sir George Ferguson Bowen, GCMG. 



Aide de Camp 



BrigadeMajor ps.c. Captain .L T. Bury, R. Artillery, 26 Feb. 81. 

Fori Adjutant Lt. T. G. Barclay, IniiiskillingFus. (27 F.), 27 Jan. 81. Rong Kong 

Senior Commissariat Officer Assistant Commissary General A. Meyer. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Assistant Commissary General of Ordiiance G. C. Mnrray. 

Dittriet Paymaster Staff Paymaster A. S. Murray. 

Straits Settlements. 

(Including Prince of Wales' Island, Malacca, and Singapore.) 

■Omemor and Commander in Chief Sir Frederick Aloysius Weld, A' C'JfO. 

Aidede Camp Captain H. S. Tunnard, Inniskilling Fusiliers (27 F.), 1 Oct. Si. 

Commandant Lt.Colonel A. D. Geddes, Inniskilling Fus-iliers, i Apr. 82. 

BrigadeMajor ;).».c. Major A. M. Paterson, Bedfordshire Regt. (16F.), 13 Jan. 8< 

Lieut.Governor of Prince of Wales' Island Major Gen. Sir A. E. H. Anson, KCMG. r.f.p. R. Art., 27 Feb. 67 

Resident Councillor at Malacca 

Senior Commissariat Officer Assistant Commissary General W. H. Christie. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Deputv Assistant Commissary General of Ordnance C. Purcbafl 

Diitrict Paymaster Staff JPaymaster J. C. Rosa. 



staff Abroad. vz^Xk 

LABTTAN AND ITS DEPENDENCIES. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. 

AUSTRALIA. 
New South Wales. 

■Governor and Commander in Chief Lord A W. F. S. Loftus. GOB. 3 May 79. Sydney. 

Aidede Camp Sub Lieut. A P. B. Loi'tua, Denbighshire Yeomam-y Cavalry. 

Victoria. 

Governor and Commander in Chief The Marquis o/" Normanby, GCMG. 14 Nov. 74. Melbourne. 

Private Secretary 

South Australia. 

Governor and Commander in Chief jSjr William Cleaver Francis Robinson, irCJ[f(?. 2 Dec. 82. 

Aide de Camp 

Western Australia. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Frederick Napier Broon;e, Esq. CMG. 

Aide de Camp 

Queensland. 

Captain General and Governor in Chief Sir Arthur Edward Kennedy, CB. OCM&. 6 Jan. 77. Brinbane, 

Aidede Camp 

Tasmania. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Major Sir G. C. Strahan, KCMG. late of B. Art. Hobart TotPJl, 

Aide de Camp and Private Secretary 

NEW ZEALAND. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Lieut.Goneral Sir Wm. F. D. Jervois, CB. GCMG. 2 Dec. 82. 

Aides de Camp {^^j°'' 0- ^- ^^'^l^^' ^'^^ S"^^'^^' '^ ^^"^ ^^: 

FIJI ISLANDS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. George William Des Voeux, Esq. CMG. Zevuia. 

Aidede Camp Lieut. E. W. Herbert, King's Royal Rifles (60F.), 18 Sept. 80. 

AFRICA. 

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE. 

^''"'ZvZoTetfoTsZtlfrim''''^' "'!^ ^.^^.^.^".Z] ^"- Hercules Geo. Robt. Robinson, GCMG. 

MMtarif Secretary (wiili rank of Major) Captain E. B. St. John, Sussex Regt. (35 F.), 2 Feb. 81. 

Aide de Camp 

Lieutenant General Lieut. General Hon Leicester Smyth, CB., lo Nov. 80. 

Assistant Military Secretary Lt.Colouel W. E. Mnnti.'-omerj'. Scots Guards, 10 Nov. 80. 

... , „ ("Captain H. E. Cnlviie. Gren. Guards, 10 Nov. 80. 

Aides de tamp (Major F. L. Stor.v, Wilt-hire Regt. (99 F.), 25 Oct. 81. 

Deputy Assistant Adj . ^ Quarter Master General, p.s.c. Major G. E. Boyle, Rifle Brigade, 20 May So. 

Commanding Roi/al Artillery Colonel A. A. Stew irt. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Col'^nel A. R. V. Crease. 

Sinior Commissariat Officer Assistant CommisSHry General R. L. Matthews. 

Menior Ordnance Store Officer Deputy Assistant Commissary General of Ordnance F. B. MellisB. 

; District Paymaster Chief Paymaster M. K. Mo^rs. 

[Principal Medical Officer Deputy Surgeon General E M. Sinclair, JTD. 

' NATAL. 

' ^"ZZionlr ?rrTX''!l^"i^*.^^:."."!^.'^^r.!!'..^".'"!] '5''- ^^^^y ^^""^^^ Bulwer, XCMG. 2 Feb. 82. 

Military Secretary 

Aidede Camp Captain T.J.Chambprlain. S.StafTordshire Regt. (So F.), 3 Feb. 82. 

Deputy Adjutant and Quarter Master General p.s.c. Colonel A. H. Wavell, Welsh Regt. (41 F.), 7 Dec. 81. 

Deputy Assist. Ad/ufanf 4r Quarter Master General p.s.c. Major E. Essex, Gordon Highlanders (75 F-) . 9 Dec. 80. 

Garrison Instructor 

Senior Commissariat Officer Deputy Commissary General H. J. Brownrigg, C3. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Assis^t. Com. Genernl of Ordnance H. P. Moors. 

GRIQUALAND WEST. 
Administrator of the Government J. R. Innes, Esq. Kimberley. 

SAINT HELENA. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Hudson Ralph Janisch, CMG. 

Commanding Royal Artillery 

Commanding Royal Engiufer Colonel G. Philips. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Dep. Assist. Com. Gen. of Ordnance A. N. St. Quintin. 



MAURITIUS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir John Pope Henuessy, KCMG. 

I Aide de Cxmp .' 

Colonel on the Staff Colonel W. H. Hawley, h p. Resimental District, 28 Apr, 82. 

Brigade Major p,,.c. Major J. J. N. Buchanan, h.p. s Dragoon Guards, i Oct. 

Commanding Royal Artillery Lt. Colonel C. G. Robinson. 

Commanding Rnyal Engineer Colonel E. T. Brooke. 

Senior Commissariat Officer Assistant Commissary General A. W. Anderson. 

Senior Ordnance ftore Officer Deputy Commissary General of Ordnance G. R. Hobba. 

Senior Medical Officer Brigade Surgeon E. J. Hopwood. 

GOLD COAST COLONY. 

{Including Lagos and its Dependencies.) 

Governor and Commander in Chief Surgeon Major SJr Samuel Rowe, JSTCJfff. Acora. 

Private Secretary and Aide de Camp 

lieutenant Governor 

■Port Adjutant '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'."."'.'.'.'.'.'.'.".'.'.",'.'.'. Lieut. H. B. Bourke, i W. I. Regt. 31 May 82. Ctop« Coatf. 

VistnetPayna.ter 

C 2 



i22h Staff Abroad. 

WEST AFRICA SETTLEMENTS. 

{At Sierra Zeone and on fJie Gambia.) 

Crooernor and Commander in Chief Arthur Elibank Havelock, CMG. 26 Jan. 3i. Sierra Leone. 

Aide de Camp 

Fort Adjutant Lieut. A. R. Loscombe, i W. I. Regt. 27 llarch 82. Sierra Leo 

AMERICA. 

CANADA. 

COMPBISING ALL THE PbOYINCES WITHIN AND ADJACENT THESETO. 

Governor General of the Dominion of Canada The Sight Eon. the Marquis o/Lorne, SIT. GCMG. Ottawa. 

Military Secretary Lt.Colonei F. W. De Winton, CMG. R. Artillery, 26 April 3o. 

Aidede Camp 



IMalifax. 

Lieutenant General c. General S'i)- P. L. M'Dougall, IXCKff. 2 W. I. Regt. 24 May 78. 

Assistant Military Secretary Colonel F. W. Fremantle, Coldstream Guards, 24 May 78. 

Aidede Camp p.s.c. Captain J. C. Barker, R. Eng. 24 May 78. 

Commanding the Militia of the Dominion Major General R. G. A. Luard, i July 80. Ottawa. 

Aidede Camp Bt.Major W. H. Holbecli, King's Royal Rifles (60 F.), i July 80. 

Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General... {'^■%-^l^°^°^''^ ^^- ^^^''^' ^^- ^P' South Wales Borderers (24 F.), 

Brigade Major p.ts.c. Major W. F. M. Hutchinson, R. Artillery, S April 82. 

Town Major Major R. Nagle, h.p. Scottish Rifles, 19 Dec. 70. Halifax. 

Garrison Instructor p.s.c. Major E. C. Milner, Irish Regt. (18 F.), 4 Aug. 77. Halifax, 

Commanding Hoyal Artillery Colonel H. Le Cocq. 

Commanding Soyal Engineer Colonel C. S. Akers. 

Senior Commissariat Ojfficer Assistant Commiss^-y General F . Shortt. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Assistant Commissary General of Ordnance J. Elliott. 

District Paymaster Staff Paymaster J, Wray. 

Principal Medical Q^wr Deputy Surgeon General W. Cattell. 

NEWFOUNDLAND. 

Governor and Commander in ChieJ Lt.Colonei Sir Henry F. B. Maxse, KCMG. 6 July Si. St. John's. 

Aidede Camp , 

WEST INDIES, &c. 

Commanding the Forces Major General D. J. Gamble, CB. i Oct. 78. Barhadoes. 

Assistant Military Secretary Colonel J. E. D. Hill, h.p. 63 F. i Oct. 78. 

Aide de Camp Captain L. G. Fawkes, R. Art. i Oct. 78. 

Assistant Adjutant and Qr. Master General Colonel W. C. .Justice, CMG. h.p. Depot Battalion, 14 July 3i. 

Commanding Royal Artillery Lt.Colonei W. H. Wardell. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Lt.Colonei R. Bullen. 

Senior Commissariat Officer Assistant Commissary General R. D. Noake. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Dep. Assist. Commissary General of Ordnance C. H. Brereton. 

District Paymaster Staff Paymaster F. F. T. Hobbs. 

Principal Medical Officer Deputy Surgeon General F. Holton, MB. 

ANTIGUA AND LEEWARD ISLANDS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief Sir JohnH. Glover, Royal Navy, GCMG Antigua. 

Private Secretary and Aide de Camp Lieut. L. C. Jackson. Royal Engineers. 

'Alex. Wilson Moir, CMG St. Christopher. 

C. M. Eldridge, Esq Dominica. 

Neale Porter, Esq Montserrat. 

Spencer Churchill, Esq Virgin Islands. 

Nevis^- 

BAHAMAS. ^ 

Governor and Commander in Chief. Charles Cameron Lees, CMG. 5 Oct. 81. 

Aidede Camp 

BARBADOES AND WINDWARD ISLANDS. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. W. Robinson, Esq. Clfff Bridgetoion. 

Aidede Camp 

St. XiTSCETii.— Lieutenant Governor Augustus Fred. Gore, CMG. 29 Sept. 77 Kingstovv. 

r„^^,-^. T.,„t^r,n'«trn„^rnnr f Coloucl Robert Wm. Harlcy, C.B. CJlf 6?. late of 2 West 

G&Y.j<Kiyx.-Lieutenant Governor | India Regt. 28 Sept. 77 .....St. Georgr. 

lo-Bkao. -Administering the Government E. Laborde, Esq Scarborough. 

St. Lucia. — Administering the Government Roger Tuckfield Goldsworthy, CMG Castries. 

BRITISH GUIANA. 

Governor and Commander in Chief. Sir Henry Turner Irving, KCMG. 7 March 82 George Tonu. 

Aide de Camp Captain W. P. Thack well, Black Watch (73 F.), 17 April 82. 

HONDURAS. 

Lieutenant Governor Fred. Palgrave Barlee, CMG. 10 May 77 Belize. 



JAMAICA. 

Captain General and Governor in Chief Str Anthony Musgrave, KCMG. 8 June 77. 

Aidede Camp 

Colonel on the Staff Colonel S. M.Wiseman-Clarke, i April 82. 

Brigade Major p.s.c. MajorB. R. P. Woodgate, Lancaster Regt. (4 F.), 21 Feb. 80. 

Garrison A dju tant 

Commanding Royal Artillery Bt. Lt.Colonei C. A. Gorham. 

Commanding Royal Engineer Lt.Colonei V. G. Clayton. 

Senior Commissariat Officer Assistant Commissary General F. H. Bridgman. 

Senior Ordnance Store Officer Deputy Assistant Commissary General of Ordnance R. B. Baker, 

District Paymaster- Staff Paymaster J. Muskett. 



Staf Abroad. 
TRINIDAD. 



I2 2C 



?orernor and Commander in Chief Sir Sanford Preelin;?, KCMG Port of Snain 

r-'^l J- ?"y <^aPta''i R- J- Bi"Sham, 2 W. I. Regt.'i'Feix's;:" ' "^ ^ 

"'■' -^ ''•^"^'""' Lieut. W. H . Duffin, Lancaster Regt. (4 F.), 27 June 81, 

TURKS AND CAIOOS ISLANDS. 

f*'V Oora»H«<No«€r Robert B. Llewelyn, Esq Grand Turk. 



BERMUDA. 

and Commander in Chief Lieut.General T. L. J. Gallvvey, R. En-iree.-s -• June 82 

iiLuM^Tf Lieut. W. C. Hu.sey, R. Engineers, 5 Julv^i.' " 

s::S'^,,„y:^;,;,i.;:,--;:;:::::;::;:::;:::;;::;::;::: ^rSo&l?i^^^''^''^""^^'^*-^^^'-(^^^-'.'^-^-«- 

omm.niding Royul Enffineer Colonel F. E. Cox. 

IViZ nl'i^lT'/i''/ '^•nT' Assistant Commissary General T. B. Stewart. 

r f ■ y^' ''"'""-^ ■^'o'-'' Officer Assist. Commissary General of Ordnance C Ralpb 

''■"■' f7rT*Tr. Stae Paymabter H. F. Luke. ^ 

ruu;,,a l Medical Officer Deputy Surgeon General J. Ogilvy, Jl/Z). 

FALKLAND ISLANDS. 

"!■.-■„-„• and Commander in Chief Thomas Kerr, Esq. 



FORCE IN EGYPT. 



'?'''';';«/ ^r/T' -^ ; ^''•^- ^i'*°"' ^'- ^^CB- 4 Aug. 82. 

fidedeCamv^'^ -Vo-e^n-y -^;*-f:„?^^,*J°'" S" ,T: »• Hutton, King's Royal Rifles, 21 Oct. 82. 



staoi Adjutant and Quarter Master General... Colonel P. W. Grenfell, Kin^r's Royal Rifles i A^st r, 

"Mntr^s ''•'""'"' "'"^ ^""'-'^ ^^-'-'/^-.'^.Bt.Lt.ColonelJ.dArdaghfdL RoyalVnfer 

^:^^:ov;.tMarshai(;cm,i;itu^i;fDAT^T- "^^ '' ""■ '"'"'''^' """'"^ ''"™''' ^^ °'''- '^^ 
4-Qr. Mr. Gen.) •' ' j Bt.Major H. H. Parr, CJfG. Somersetshire Light Inf., -i Oct 



'cnmLfT^^At'''"'' .■..■.'.■.■.■.'.'.'.■.■ Lt.Colonel J. M. H. Maitland, CB. 

S''.'^'"'*'"T/ ^'^'■.f Deputy Commissary Generall 



nior Ordiuiiice Store Officer, 
iatrict Paymaster 



Deputy Commissary General E. C. Saunder. 



'ineipal Medwal Officer (with local rank of \ y. . c r. • ^''"'«^"- 

Surgeon General) ;' j Deputy Surgeon General Sir J. A. Hanbury, MB. K'CB. 

1ST Bbigade. 
y?C ^^''^'-"^ W. Earle, CB. CSI. 4 Aug. 82. 

tadtuaiof Lieut. H. Earle. South Yorkshire Regt. 4 Aug. 82. 

>gade Major ^ , ,,_ Captain T. B. Hitchcock, Shropshire Lfght Inf. 4 Aug. 82, 

2ND BbIGADK. 

Aidede'cami T^ 5.VG. Graham, KCB. Ro.yal Engineers, 4 Aug. 82. 

iidedeCamp Lieut. E. Gilpin Brown, Gordon Highlanders, 21 Oct 8- 

igade Major f?'-»-c. Bt.Lt.Colonel R. W. T. Gordon, Argyll and Sutherland High- 

■■■ ] landers, 4 Aug. E2. ^ 

^ Garrison of Alexandria. 

\ijor General g. B_ Harman, CB. 3 Sept. 82. 

iidedeCamp .f Captain J. L. C. St. Clair, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 

■^iftant Adjutant and Quarter Master General... ^j.L. Majo?'c. F. Clerv h n 4-. F 2i Oct 82 

',u,t, A..ist. Adjutant and Quarter Master Gen. Uc. Bt.it.ColoneVK.'^D. M'^ir*ray,-n?ish Fuslh^ 4 Aug. 82. 

I Cavalry Brigade. 

ImfdeCaZ"^ ?,••'•'•; Colo^el^^^ Arbuthnot, h.p. 14 Hussars, 21 Oct. 82. 

\lgade Maior gfPjap M. A. Burke, 7 Dragoon Guards. 

.gaae Major Bt.Majcr U. E. Beckett, 3 Hussars, 21 Oct. 82. 



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REGIMENTAL DISTRICT STAFF. 



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"KTz-k 1 Regimental Districf, GLENCORSE. Counties, Edinburgh, Peebles, Haddington, Beewick, 

J^ Oi Ai LlNLITHGCW. 

Lieutenant CoZoree^.— John Thomas Dalvell, 23 Jaa. 78; Colonel, 17 Apr. 72. 

Paymaster.— G\\a.v\es Skrine, i Apr. 64 ; Hon. Major, i Apr. 74 ; Stuff Paymaster, i Apr. 78. 
Territorial Heqiment, Lothian Regt. (i P. and Edinburgh '^i\\it\a.).— Volunteers, ist Berwick, ist (2nd attached) 
Edinburgh, ist Haddington, ist, LinlithL,'ow, ist ai.d 2nd Midlothian. 
1^ Q Meqimental District, GTIILDFORD. County, Part of Subbey. 

IMO, ^m X;e«/eH((Hf Co/ojieZ.— Thomas Francis Lloyd, ^ Nov. 78; Colonel, g Xw^. ^&. 
Payma^fer.—R. Wolfe, 12 Feb. 70 ; Staff Pat/ master, 20 Aug. 75. 
Territorial Segiment, West Surrey Regt. (2 F. and 2nd Surrey '^^ilitm). — Volunteers, 2iid, 4th, 6th, and 8th Surrey. 
"KTi-k Q Segimental District, CAliiT'EB.BTJ'RY. Counft/, Part of K-est. 

jS O. O. Lieutenant Colonel.— UeuTy Janirs Degacher, CB, 17 O.t. 82 ; Colonel, i July 81. 
Paymaster.— James. Q. Hamilton, 2 Deo. 68; Staff Pay mai^ter, i Oct. 81. 
Territorial Megiment, The Buffs (3 F. a«i East Kent Militia). — Fo/«H<ee«, 2nd and 5th Kent. 
1^ A Begimcyital Dis'rict,'LA'SC\STER. County, Part of liA.T!!CkSB.\R^. 

JN O. rt. Lieutenant Colonel.— XuArev! Campbell Knox Lock , 21 Jui.e 79 ; Colonel, i Oct. 77. 
Paymaster. — John Campbell, 22 Feb. 68; Staff Paymaster. 5 Dec. So. 
Territorial Begiment, Lancaster Regt. (4 F. and ist Lancashire Militia). — Volunteers, loth Lancashire. 
"KF^N F% -Regimental District, NEWCASTLE. County, NoETHtTMBERLAND. 

JM O. O. Lieutenant Colonel.— WAWaxa Pole Collingwood, CMG. 8 Jan. 81 ; Colonel, 1 Oct. 77. 
Paomai'ter. — Salusbury D. Crookenden, 18 Sept. 78. 
Tej-ctforia? iJe^imeH^,' Northumberland Fusiliers (5 F. a»(i Northumberland Militia).— rt>?«H<ee)-«, ist Northum- 
berland, 2nd North uuiberland, ist Newoastleon-Tyne. 
"KTi-v a Regimental District, "WARWICK. County, Wabwick. 
JM O. O. Lieutenant Cnlonel.—'B.eiii-y B. Feilden, 17 Oct. 82 ; Colonel, 9 June 3i. 
Payma-ttur. — James G. Andersen, 28 Sf-pt. 76. 
Territorial Segir,ie7it, Wavmck Regt. (6 F. and ist u;ic«2nd Warwick M.ilit\£i) . — Volunteers, ist and and Warwick^ 

^T^ rr Regimental District, HOVHSLOW. Co!tnij/, Middlese:^, owd Meteopoliian. 

JN O. I • Lieutenant Colonel. — Henry Kent, 14 Dec. 81 ; Co/oneZ, 13 June 73. 

Paymosifr.— William Thomson, 7 Nov. 68; Staff Paymaster, i Oct. 81. 
Territorial Regiment, 1,2, 3, a?i(i 5 Bns. ity of London Regt. (7 F. oHii 3rd a/JtZ 4th Middlesex Militia).— FoZan^eei-i^ 
I 5th (gth attacked) and 23rd Middlesex. 

1^ Crj Territorial Regiment, Middlesex Regt. (57 F. a».(2 77 P. and East Middlesex and 5th Middlesex 

i.iM O. \J i • MiUtia).— FoZ«K;eers, 3rd, Sih, nth, uniZ 17th Middlesex. 

/"I^ Q Regimental District, Wk'RSlJ^GTO'S. County, Part of JjAtiCt^svinn. 

iM O. Oi Lieutenant Colonel.— JLeuiy James Bell, 11 Feb. 82 ; Colonel, 7 July 80. 
Paymaster. — 
I Territorial Regiment, Liverpool Regt. (8 P. and 2nd Lancashire Militia). — Volunteers, ist, 5th, 13th, isth(ist Isle 
1 oiMa.n attached), i8thu«d 19th Lancashire. 

•M" _^ A(\ Territorial Regiment, South Lancashire Regt. (40 P. and 82 F. and 4th Lancashire Militia). — 
I XN KJm ^t\J • Volunteers, gtb ayid 21st Lancashire. 

T^^ Q Regimental District, GREAT YARKOITTH. County, Nobfolk. 
JMU« v3 . Lieutenant Colonel. — John .Miller, 13 Aug. 79 ; Colonel, 27 May 7$. 
Paymaster. — George W. Barnes, 26 Oct. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Norfolk Regt. (9 F. # ist ^ 2ad Norfolk M.iyitia.).— Volunteers, ist, 2nd, 3rd, ^ 4th Norfolk. 
T^rt 1 C\ Re.gimental District, LINCOLN. County, Lincoln. 
iX \Jm ,L\Jm Lieutenant Colonel. — Frederick Ernest Aopleyard, CS. 29 Jan. 81 : Colonel, 6 March 72. 

P"ymasfer. — George Montgomerie Davids m, i Apr. 58 ; Staff Paymaster, i Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Lincolnshire Regt. (10 P. and N. and S. Lincoln Militia). — Volunteers, 1st and 2nd Lincoln. 
"M" _. 1 1 Regimental District, EXETER. County, Dbvonshibe. 

AN U. AX. Lieutenant Colonel. — Francis Fisher Hamilton^ C.B. to July 80 ; CoZo/ieZ, 27 Feb. 74. 

Paymaster. — F. O.Sargeant-Openshaw, 20 J uly 66 ; Hon. ita/of,27 July 76 ; Staff Paym. i'!!!0Y.yg. 
Territorial Regiment, Devonshire Regt. (11 F. and 2nd and ist Devon Midtia). — Volutifeers, ist, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 
and 5th Devonshire. 
"NTr^ 1 Q Regimental Districf, BURY ST. EDMUNDS. Counties, Suffolk:, Cambbidge. 

XN \J m X^a Lieutenant Colonel.— John Byron, i April 82 ; Colonel, 2 March 8t. 

Paymaster. — Heurv 0. Currie, 12 Aug. 62; Hon. Major, 12 Aug. 72; Staff Paym. i Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Suffolk Regt. ("12 F. and West Suffolk and Cambridge Militia).— Foi««Zee)-», ist and 6tll 
SuHblk, ist and :>nd Cambridgeshire. 

TO"-. TO Regimental District, TAVSTOtf. Coutity, Sou^rset. 

-IM \Jm XOa Lieutenant Colonel. — Robert Blackall Montgomery, -.5 March 79 ; Colonel, i Apr. 78. 
Paymaster. — Henry Mapleton I'ompiane, i Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Somerset Lt. Inf. (13 F. ^ i ^ 2 Somerset Militia). — Volunteers, ist, 2nd, ^3rd Somerset. 

T^_. 1 ZL Regimental District, YOKK. County. Part of West RiDiNa ov York. 

AN U. X^a Lieutenant Colonel. — Robi;rt Bruce Chichester, CB. 15 Nov. 79 ; Colonel. 24 Dec. 75. 

Paymaster. — Archibald H. H. MacGachen, i April 78 ; Staff Paymarter, i March 82. 
Territorial Regiment, West Yorkshiro Regt. (14 P. and 2ud and 4th West York Militia), 3 Bn. Yorkshire Regt, 
(attached). — Volunteers, ist, 3rd awrf 7th West Riding Yorkshire. 

"KT _. I C Regimental District, BEVERLEY. County, East Riding op York. 

-.N Vja XOa Lieutenant Colonel.— p. s.c. Philip Alex. An^truther Twynam, CB. 29 Oct. 82 ; Colonel, 1 July 81. 
Paymaster. — William Marvin, 12 Feb. 70; Staff Paymaster, 24 Aug. 8:. 
Territorial Regiment, East Yorkshire Regt. (15 F. and East York i/LiWtia,).— Volunteers, i at East Riding York- 
shire, 2nd East Riding Yorkshire. 

^r --. 1 O Regimental District, BEDFORD. Counties, Huntingdon, Bedfoed, Hbetfobd. 
XNU. XU. it€u<enonZ CoZoHcZ.— William Charles Bancroft, 19 Apr. 79 ; Co/oneZ, 14 Aug. 72. 
Psymaster. — James A. B. (J'Brien, i:; Feb. 70; Sfaf i'ayma'ter, i Oct 81. 
Territorial Regiment, Bedfordshire Regt. (16 F. and Bedford and Hertford Militia), 5 Bn. King's Royal Rifle* 
(attached).— Volunteers, ist Bedfordshire, ist untZ 2Dd Hertfordshire. 
"VT^^ I 17 Regimental District, LEICESTER. Counties, Nottingham, Lbicestbe. 
XN U. X I a Lieidenant CoZo>iffZ.— Charles Blewitt, i May 78; Colonel, 12 Feb. 78. 
Paymaster. — William Lamb Barr. i Apr. 78.; Staff Paymaster, 1 
Territorial Regiment, Leicestershire Regt. (17 F. otkZ Leicestershire Militia).- 



Begimental District Staff. 123a 

•KT 1 O Regimental District, CLONMEL. Counties, Kilkenny, Tippbba.bt, Wkxfoed, WatbbFOBB. 

JN O. 10 . Lieutenant Colonel.-Ed\va,n\ H. H. Foster, 23 Oct. 78 ; Colonel, 1 April 78. 

Fat/master. — . 

Territorial Regiment, Irish Regt. (iS P. an4 Wexford, North Tipperary, a7id Kilkenny Militia). 
"NT^ IQ Eegimen'al District, RlGKnOTUB {Yorkshire). Co»»%, Nokth Riding op York. 
JN O. X v7 . Lieutenant Colonel.— Robert Mockler, 23 Feb. 78 ; Colonel, i Oct. 77. 

Paymas/er. — Herbert Croft Ryder, y Feb. 64 ; Staff Paymaster, i Feb. 81. 
Territorial R.-giment, Yorkshire Regt. (19 P. and slh W.York Militia). — Foiujj^eers, ist an(J 2nd N. Biding York. 
TkT on Reqimriitnl llisfrict BVRY. Counfi/, Part of hi.NCi.S-KlBU. 

JN O. J^yJ, Lientenant Colonel.— c. Frederick Smith Vacher, 30 Aug. 82; Colonel, i Oct. 77. 
Paymaster. — 
TerritorialItegiment,'ha,nc-A,&'hir6 Fusiliers (20 V.and 7th Lancnshire MiMiia). — Volunteert, 8th and x2th LancasturB. 

T^ Q1 Regimental District, ^YK. CoiiM^te.?, Atk, WIGTOWN, KiBKCUDBEiGHT, DuMPEiES, SEt,ci»K, 

JNO. <aJ.i Roxburgh. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — William Allan, 19 Dec. 82 ; Colonel, 7 Oct. 79. 

Prtvmas?«-.— William J. E. G. SiitHerland, i Apr. 78 ; Staff Paymaster, 5 June 82. 
Territorial Regiment, Scots Fusiliers (21 F. and Dumfries, Roxburgh, Kirkcudbright, and Selkirk, and Ayr and 
Wigtown Uilitia.).— Volunteers, ist okcZ 2nd Ayrshire, i.st Dumfriesshire, Galloway, ist Roxburgh. 

•KT 00 Regimental District, CKESTER. Coiojiy, Cheshiee. 

JN O. ZiZi . Lieutenant Colonel.— Thomas, Tyacke. i Uay 78 ; Colonel, 23 Apr. 78. 
Paymxster.— Assistant Paymaster 0. F. H. Beardmore, 28 Sept. 77. 
Territorial Regiment, Chc&hireKfigt. (22F. an(i 1st and 2nd Cheshire M.i^lia).— Volunteers, ist, 2nd, 3rd, 401, o«4 
5th Che.sliire. 
■|kT OQ /''./!'" /.'/'- ' ■; /, WEEXHAM. Co!(H/ies,ANGx,ESEA,C.iENAEvoN,DEXBiGH, Flint, Mbhios-wk. 

JN O. ZiSJ. l.„ . ' . '.—Hon. Savage Mostyn, CiJ. 10 Apr. 80; Colonel, i Sept. 74. 

y , IknJMmin H. Burge, 6 Sept.. 

Territorial R,i/iiu/,t/, 'A ul.~.a !■ u,.;ln;rs (25 P. u.h(« Denljiuh ar. 

King's Royal Rifles (atlavhcJ).— Volunteers, 1st Denbighshire, ist Flintshire and Carnarvon. 
-KX O A Regimental District, BRECON. Counties. Cardigan, Radnor, Brecon, Movmouih, Montgoicwt 

JN Oi ^^. Lieutenant Colonel.— Vha,r]eii Edivard Grogan, 6 Dec. 82 ; Colonel, 6 .Ian. 79. 
Paj/mus^er.— Frederick W. V. Packman, i Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, South Wales Borderers (24 P. and Radnor and Montgomery Militia).— Foto!iif««r», let 
Brecknockshire, ist, 2iid, and 3rd Monmouthshire. 
"NTr^ Of^ Rcgimr,, /at District, B-ERWiaK-QTH-TVI-EE-O. 

JN O. Zl vj . U'cut.naiil Colonel.— llQi^ry George Do la Fos-se, CB. 30 Nov. 81 ; Colonel, i Oct. 77. 
piiijmaster.- 
TerritorUil Regiment, Kiag's Own Borderers (25 F.). 

("KS r\ OR Regimental District, KA-yilLTON. Countij, Part of 'La.va-b.s.. 
JN O. iuO. Lieutenant Colonel.— ^AwnrA A. Collius, 17 March 82 ; Colonel, 3 MaySi. 
Paymaster. — Thomas B. Urqubart, 10 Aug. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Scottish Rifles (26 V. and go F. and 2 Lanark Militia). — roiwH<ecr«, i,2,3,4,ance 7 Lianatlt. 
■|^_ r7"l Territorial Regiment, Highland Light Infantry (71 F. and 74 F. aiid ist Lanark MilitiaJ.— 
aN U. f J.. Volunteers, 5th, 6th, 8th, 9th, and 10th Lanarkshire. 

"Wz-k O T Regimental District, OMft.GH. Counties, Londondbbet, Donegal, Ti-RONE, Pebmanagh. 
JNUi "- / ■ iieM<erm«i CoZon^Z.— Robert Bennett, 12 July 82; Co?o«e/., I July 81. 

Pavmes^er.— Edv>ardCattell, i Jan. 55; Hon. Major, 15 Nov. 73; Staff Paymaster, i Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Inniskiliing Pus. (27 F. 4" loS F. 4- Fermanagh, Tyrone & Londonderry, and Donegal Militia). 

"KTi-k O ii Re'/ime,ifiil District, 'BRISTOL. County, GhOVCSST^K. 

XM U. /a O . Lifnteiiant Colonel.— Thorn AS, Lynden Bell, 15 May 78; Colonel, 14 Feb. 78. 
Puymasier. — Richard O. Richmond, i Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Gloucestershire Regt. (28 F. and 61 F. and South and North Gloucester Militift).— 
Volunteers, ist and 2nd Gloucestershire. 



"KTi^ O Q Regimental District, WORCESTER. County, Woecestebshiee. 
XM U . ^ V? . Lieutenant Colonel.— 



Paymaster, — 
Territorial Regiment, Tf'orcester Regt. (29 P. Jr 3^ F. J,- Worcester 'isiiVAm) .— Volunteers, ist 4- 2nd Worceeter. 



"VTz-k Qn Regimental District, BVRlULI^y. Co« Mi'y, Par< 0/ Lancashiee: 
.l.>lU. <J\J. Lieutenant Colonel.— John Thompao ' " ~ 



_ hompson, 12 June 78 : Colonel, 26 March 78. 
Paymaster —Wm. Hu-hes, 20 Nov. 67 ; Hon. Major, 22 March 79 ; Staff Paymaster, 14 Mar.Sr. 
Territorial Regiment, E. Lancashire Regt. "(30 P. 4- 59 P. .j- 5th Lancashire Militia).— ro^(n<ce)-«, 24-3 Lancaehire. 



"M"-. Q1 Regimental District, KVUGSTO'S. County, Part of SvimTiY. 
±ri\J, 0±. Lieutenant Colonel.— WiUiimFi\ 



zroy, 30 Nov. 81 ; Cotone?, 1 Sept. 80. 

P»!/i»as^e)-.— John E. Largo, 8 Aug. 51 ; Mon. Major, 8 Aug. 61 ; Staff Paymaster, i Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, East Surrey Regt. (31 F. and 70 P. and ist and 3rd Surrey Wiiliihi). — Volunteers, lat. 3*0, 
5th, and 7th Surrey. 

"M"^ QO Regimental District, BO'DTHIS. Co««^(/, Coenwall. 

X>l U. OZl . Lieutenant Colonel.— Arthur P. Warren, CB. 4 June 81 ; Colonel, 1 Oct. 77. 
Paymaster. — John Cator Stockley, 15 Aug. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry (32 F. and 46 P. and Cornwall Rangers Militift).— 
Volunteers, ist and 2nd Cornwall. 
"NTr* *^ '^ Regimental District, HALIFAX. County, Part of West Riding op Y'okk. 
i^ KJ. 00. Lieutenant Colonel.— Richixni Freer, 21 May Si ; Colonel, 23 June 74. 
Paymaster. — Charles Frederick Carey, 3 June 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Duke of Wellington's West Riding Regt. (33 P. and 76 F. and 6th West York Militia}. — 
Volunteers, 4th, 6th and gth We»t Riding Yorkshire. 

■VT/^j *^ZL Regimental District, CARLISLE. Comities, Cumbekland, Westmoreland. 
J^ yj- <J^r< Lieutenant Colonel.— WiUuun Blackett, 11 Oct. 82 ; Colonel, 31 May 81. 

Ptx^mas'ei-.- Edward Boyle, i April 78 ; Bt. Major, 1 Oct. 77 ; Staff Paymaster, i June 82. 
Territorial Regiment, The Border Regt. (34 P. and s5 P- and Cumberland and Westmoreland Militia).— ^of""- 
teers, ist Cumberland, ist VVestmorelaud. 



"M"^ QR Regimental District, GKIOKEST^E'R. County, Svsasx. 
X^yj, oJyJ, Lieutenant Colonel.— Edward Thow ~' ' " 



bumas Shillner, 18 Sept. 82 ; Colonel, 22 Dec. 80. 
Paymaster. — Arthur Loiiglej', 9 Aug. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Sussex Regt. (35 P. and 107 !•'. and Sussex 'M-iVitia,) .— Volunteers, ist Cinque Ports, 
2nd Susses. 



^2^b Regimental District Staff. 

"KTi-k Q'T Hegimental Digfruf,WlSCKESTETi. Counti/, HkutSKi-RE. 
X^ \Jm O f • Lieuiemint Co?o?ie/.— Henry Gauntlett Pan'er, i8 July 82 ; Colonel, 14 Dec. 78. 
Paymaster. — C. S. P. Willoughby, i Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, }i.aTa.pih\ve Regt. {^.y F . and 6'j F. and Hampshire Militia — to be raised). — Volunteers, ist, 
2nd, and srd Hampshire, ist Isle of \Vight. 

fKTf^ QQ Segimeutal Di-irict,l,lGKTl'ELT>. Co«n<^ o/Stafpobd. 

i.^'J, 00. Zieutenant Colonel— Uenry R.'L.Newaigaie, CS.SFeh. S2; Colonel, i Oct. 77. 
j Faymaster. — 

J Territorial Regiment, S. Staffordshire Regt. (38 F. and So F.and 1 Stafford Militia). —ro?««^ee)-«, iSt, 3rd, and ^ih 

Staffordshire. 

"VT-. fiA Territorial Regiment, North Staffordshire Regt. (64 F. and 98 F. and 2nd and 3rd Stafford 
VJ-N'-'. \J'±. Militia) .■^r&//(«?(-p™, 2nd «Hii 5tU Stafford. 

Connli), Dorset. 
Lieutenant Colonel. — Heni'y Marshall, i Apr. 82; Colonel, 27 June 79. 
Fai/master. — 
Territorial Regiment, DorBetshii-e Regt. (39 F. andsi^- and Dorset Militia).— ro/«H/eer«, ist Dorsetshire. 

^^|.v ill Regimental District, CARDIFF. Counties, Pembroke, Caemakthen, Glamorgan. 
X^ Urn ^A., Lieutenant Colonel. — James Whittaker Barnes, 31 Oct. 82; Colonel, n July 81. 

Faff master. -de P. de P. O'KeUy, 2is Dec. 60 ; Bon.MaJor, 4 July 74 ; Staff Paym. i Apr. 79. 
Territorial Regiment, Welsh Regt. (41 F. and 69 F. and Glamorgan Militia). — Volunteers, ist Pembrokeshire, ist, 
2nd, and 3rd Glamorganshire. 

"NTrk 4.Q Regimental District, F:ERTK. Co!(n<ie', Forfab, Perth, Fife. 

•L^KJm ^^a Lieutenant Colonel. — Samuel Alexander Madden, CS. 20 Mar. 80 ; Co?oHe/, 24 July 74. 
Paymaster.— "Duomai, William Bacon, i Apr. 78; Staff Paymaster, 18 Feb. 82. 
Territorial Regiment, Black Watch (42 F. and 73 F. and Pertn Militia). — Volunteers, i st Fifeshire, ist, 2ad, and 
3rd Forfarshire, ist and 2nd Perthshire. 



"Vr^ 4.*^ Jfey/meH^a? .DisWei, OXFORD^ CoMH«es, Oxford, Bucks, 



Lieutenant Colonel. — Robert Whigham, 10 Nov. 82; Colonel, 21 July Si. 
Paymaster. — James Henry Jackson, 6 Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Oxford Light Infantry (43 F. and 52 F. and Bucks and Oxford Militia). — Volu7iteers, 
and 2nd Oxfordshire, ist and 2nd Buckinghamshire. 



No 



Lieutenant Colonel. — John Sydney Hand, i Apr. 82; Colonel, i July £1. 
Paymaster. — J. A. Collins, 6 Sept. 71; Hon. Major. 1 Oct. 81. 
Terntorial Regiment, "Essex Regt. (4iF. and 56 F. and Essex Rifles «»rf West Essex Militia).— I^oZitK^eer*, ist, 
2nd, 3rd, and 4th Essex. 

"M"|-» ^f^ Regimental District, TlE^BY. County , Dbuby . 

J-'i Kfm ^\J m Lieutenant Colonel. — Son. Raymond H. de Montmorency, 21 June 82; Colonel, 14 June 81. 

Paymaster. — Frank Samwell, 12 Aug. 62 ; Son. Major, 19 Sept. 73 ; Staff Paymaster, i Apr. 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Derbyshire Regt. (45 F. anii 95 F. «Hd Nottingham and 2nd and ist Derby >niitia).— 
Volunteers, ist and 2nd Derbyshire, ist and 2nd Nottingham. 

"KT^ 4.7 Regimental District, PRESTON. County, Fart o/Lancashiee. 
^■^ '-'• ^ • ■ Lieutenant Colonel. — Lynch Stapleton C3otton, i Apr. 82 ; Colonel, i May 79. 
Paymaster.— Denis Creagh, S Jan. 68 ; Staf Paymaster, 27 April 82. 
Territorial Regiment, N. Lancashire Regt. (47 F. 4- Si F. 4- 3 Lancashire :SU\itia,) .— Volunteers, 11 <J- 14 Lancashire. 

■M[l^ AQ Regimeiital District, 'SO'R.IKA.'SIFTON. CoiJH/ie*-, Noeihampton, Rutland. 
•*-^ vl. \EQ> Lieutenant Colonel. — Henry Ernest Thesiger Williams, 7 Aug. 80; Co/oKeZ, 15 Aug. 74. 
Paymaster. — Thomas Palmer Senior, 15 May £7; Staff Paymaster, 1 Dec. 80. 
Territorial Regiment, Northampton Regt. (48 F. and 58 F. and Northampton Militia) .— Volunteers, i Northampton. 

"NTn 4.Q Regimental District, "R.'ZA.HISG. Co«H^y, Beekshiee. 

X^ \Jm ^X^. Lieutenant Colonel.— Son. William Henry Herbert, 17 Oct. 82 ; Colonel, 9 May 74. 
Paymaster. — 
Territorial Regiment, Berkshire Regt. (49 F. and 66 F. and Berks 1ILiUti?i).— Volunteers, ist Berkshire. 

"NTrk Rn liegimental District, 'SS.KIUBTVI-S'E. County, Fart of FL^-^l. 
X.^\J. \J\J. Lieutenant Colonel.— Vvnry Richard Barnes, 31 Dec. 81 ; Colonel, 1 Aug. 80. 
Puy»:«s/«)-.— Charles E. Lennox, 8 May 67 ; Staf Paymaster, 18 June 80. 
Territorial Regiment, AV. Kent Regt. (50 F. and 97 F. and West Kent Mihtia).— ]'o/KH<ee;-«, ist, 3rd, and 4th Kent. 

i"M"i-j t^l Regimental District, FO'STE^S.A.CT. Cokh/^, West RiDiifs of Yorkshieb. 

j ■*-^ '-'• *J X. Lieutenant Colonel.— Fnmcis G. C. Probart, 25 Dec. 82 ; Colonel, 21 July Si. 

! Faymaster.—E. F. G. Greenwood, 21 July 74 ; Jion. MaJ. 21 July 74 ; Staff Paymaster, i A.pr. 78. 

■\ Territorial Regiment, S. Yorkshire Regt. (51F. unrf 105 F. and 1 W. York, ililitia.).— Volunteers, 5 W. Riding York 



nd 3rd West York Militia). 



"NTrk fif-k Territorial Regiment, York and Lancaster Regt. (65 F. am? 84 F a 
i-L^ '-'• V>«J. Volunteers, 2ud anlSlh West Riding Yorkshire. 

/"Mfi-v KO Regimental District, SKREWSBVRY. Co«h^(ct, Shbopshiee awd Hekefobd. 
t^ VJm sJ*J. Lieutenant Colonel.— p.s c. William Wiltshire Lynch, 9 Dec. 81; Colonel, i Oct. 77. 
Paymaster. — William Law Brockman, i Apr. 78. 
I Territorial Regiment, Shropshire Light Infantry (53 F. and 85 F. and Shropshire and Hereford Militia).— T'o/k«. 
I teers, island 2nd Shropshire, ist Herefordshire. 

ifal District, DEVIZES. County, Wiltshiee. 
Lieutenant Colonel. — Henry Francis Bythesea, 3 April 78; Colonel, i April 73. 
I Paymaster.— Henry Burke, 14 July 57; Son. Major, ic Aug. 69 ; Staff Paymaster, j Apr. 78. 

Territorial Regimetit, Wiltshire Regt. (62 F. and 99 F. and Wiltshire iiilitia,).— Volunteers, i and 2 Wiltshire. 
"Mfi-k RQ Regimental Dijitrict,ASKTO'S. Cownfy, P<ir< 0/ Lancashire. 

X^ \J. \J*J, Lieutenant Colonel.— Robert Children Whitehead, CB. 10 May 81 ; Colonel, 1 Oct. 77. 
Po.y)nax<er.— Walter C. Kennedy, i Apr. 78. 
Terrttoruil Regiment, Manchester Regt. (63 F.and 96 P. and 6th Lancashire Militia).— T"o;««/ee«, 4th, 6th, 7th, 
ibth, 17th, 20th, and 22nd Lancashire. 

Mo fift Regimental District, SV-mH-E^LAST). CoHn<.y, Durham. 
J^^KJ. \JKJ, Lieutenant Colonel.— Knox Rowen iiiycn, 31 Oct. 82 ; Colonel, i July Zu 
Paymaster, — 
Territorial Regiment, Durham Light In.'"antry (68 F. and 106 F. and ist and 2nd Durham Militia).— Fo^MMf ««»•*, 
ISt, 2ncl, srd, 4th, and 5th Durham. 



Regimental District Staff. i23'5 

■ikT r70 Megimeutal Districf, TORT G'EORG'E. CounHes, Orksey and Shetland, Sutherland, Caithness, 

JN 0> I ^. Ross «Hi(CnoMAETY, Inverness, Nairn <(H(i Elgin. 

LieiiteiMiif Colonel.— ComittOB A. S. Dickins, 30 Nov. 81 ; Colonel, i Oct. 77. 
P-ivi,H!,^fe):—Freder\r N, I. Taylor, i Apr. 78. 
Tet-ritoi-hil Regiment, Seafurth HigUlauders (72 F. «hi< 78 F. a«rf Highland Rifle Militia). — T'o/itn^eew, ist I'.lsi". 
ist Inverness-shire, ist Ross-shire, ist Sutherland. 
■KT r? cr Eegimeiitiil Dhttict, ABERDEEN. Counties, Aberdeen, Banff, Kincardine. 

JNO. #0. Lieutenant CV?o«eZ.— George Hubert Parker, CB. i April 82; Colonel, 1 July 81. 
P(!y-H<i.sC<?/-.— Frederick Robertson, 1 Apr. 78. 
Terctfojv'nVjKei/iwPHY, Gordon Highlanders (75 F. a»(i 92 F. and Aberdeenshire Militia).— ro?i(H;i?er», ist, 2nd, 
3rd, and 4th Aberdeenshire, ist Banffshire, ist Kincardineshire and Aberdeensijire. 
■SkJrt r7Q liegimental Di-<triit,r&VEKN£.^S. 
JuiO. I \J . Lieutenant Colonel.^ 

P»yi«(/.v^f)-.— Frederic N. I. IViylor, i April 78. 
Territorial Regiment, Cameron Highlanders (79 F. and Highland Light Infantry Militia). 
•XT QQ Regimental Di.'<tri(t,'B'ELTASV. Covx/ics. Axtriu, Down. 

XN O. 00. Lieutenant Colonel.— Edward D'Heillemer Faircclough, 17 Oct. 82; Colonel, i Oct. 81. 
Pagmagter. —(ieoygc H. Anson, 15 April 77; Staff Pagmanfer, i Oct. 81. 
Territoriii! Regiment, Irish Rifles (83 F. and 86 F. uHii North Down, Antrim, South Down, and Louth Militia). 
T^T 07 Regimental Di^trirt, AR1S.AGK. Coi(H^i«s, Cavan, Mosaghan, Armagh, Louth. 

IN U. O < . Lieutenant Colonel.— lidwuvd Thomas St. Lawrence ilccGwire, 14 July 80; Colonel, 25 March 76. 
Pai/master.— Arthur J. Roberts, i Apr. 78. 
r, rritorial Re<,im,-nf, Insh Fusiliers (87 F. and 89 F. and Armagh, Cavan, and Monaghan Militia). 
Xr^^ QQ Reginiental I>i.itrict, GAL WAY. Counties, LeitriM, Sligo, Roscommon, Mayo, Galway. 
IN O. 00. Lieutenant Colonel.— Fr-duoia John Hercy, 22 Oct. 82 ; Colonel, 29 Sept. 81. 
Pagmasier. — 
Territorial Regiment. Connaught Rangers (88 F. and 94 F. and South Mayo, Roscommon, Galway, and North 
Mayo Militia), 8 Bn. Rifle Brigade (attached). 
:^^ Q 1 Regimental District, STIRLINGr. Counties, Kinross and Clackmannait, Stirling, Dumbarton, 
i-N U. ^X. Argyll, Bute, Renfrew. 

Lieutenant Colonel. — Edward Andrew Stuart, 4 Nov. 82 ; Colonel, i July 81. 

Paymaster.— miiott A. Raymond, i April 78 ; Bt.Major, 6 Oct. 72 ; Staff Paym. i June 82. 
Territorial Regiment, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (91 F. and 93 F. and Stirling, Dumbarton, Clack- 
mannan, and Kinross, and Renfrew MUitia). — Volunteers, ist Ajgyllshire, ist Clackmannan, ist Dumbarton, 
ist, 2ud, anJ_ 3rd Renfrewshire, ist Stirlingshire. 
]^^ 1 00 Regimental District, BIRR. Cown^ies, Meath, Westmeath, Longford, King's Co., Queen's Co. 
i.N U. A.\J\Jm Lieutenant Colonel.— John Penton, i April Sz; Colonel, 28 March 79. 

Paymos/er.— Edward Court Haynes, i April 78; Staff Paymaster, 1 June 82. 
Territorial Regiment, Prince oi AVales' Leinster Regt. (loc F. and 109 F. and King's County, Queen's County, 
and Meatii Militia), 6 and 9 Bus. Rifle Brigade (attached). 
"Nrr\ 101 Regimental District, TRKl.Vs'E.. C-iKH^icji, Limerick, Kerry, Cork, Clare. 
J.N U. X.\J 1.. Lieutenant Coh,:iel.—\\' i\\\nm Andrew Armstrong, i Mav 78 ; Colonel, 26 April 76. 
Faymaste,-.—\\i\\\am K. Kayc, i April 78 ; Stiff Paymaster, 8 March 82. 
Territorial Regiment, Muuster Fusilier,-, (ici F. and 104 F. and South Cork, Clare. Kerry, and Limerick County 
Militia), 9 lin. King's Royul Rifies {attached). 
1^_. 1 r\C} Regimental District, 'N&A.S. CoKH^tes, Dublin, WiCKLOW, Kildare, Carlow. 
LM U. J.yj^, Lieutenant Colonel.— George Flower Herbert, 13 Aug. 79 ; Colonel, 6 Sept. 78. 
Paymaster. — 
iforial Regiment, Dublin Fusiliers (102 F. and 103 F. and Kildare, Dublin City, and Dublin County Militia), 
8 Bn. King's Royal Rifles (attached). 
Uifle Depot, WINCHES-rER. 

Lieutenant ("y^oHp/.— Hugh Parker Montgomery, 2 Oct. 78; Colonel, 13 Aug. 78. 
Paynutster.~Va,u.\ Dennis Costa, i Apr. 78 ; Staff Paymaster, 18 May 82. 
lluarter .l/i/s/cr.— William Dixon, ig Jan. 76. 
Line Battalions, ist, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Batt. King's Royal Rifles (60 ¥.).- Volunteers, ist, 2nd, and 3rd 
' London, 2nd, 4th, 6th (ist attached), loth, 12th (25th attached), 13th, and 22nd Middlesex. 

Line Battalions, ist, 2nd, 3rd, «?i(Z 4th Batt. Rifle Brigade. — I'o/««/fprs, 7th, 14th, 15th, i6th, i8th, 19th, 20th 
zist, and 24th Middlesex, ist Tower Hamlets, 2nd Tower Hamlets. 

The following Regiments of Auxiliary Forces are attached to the Brigade of Foot Guards : — 
\ Command of Lt. Colonel Grenadier Guards. — Militii: 4th Bn. City of London Regt. Volunteers: ist, 2nd, iiHii 
ird London; i2tti Middlesex (25th attached), 15th, and 24th Middlesex. 

Command of Lt. Colonel Coldstream Guards. — Militia: 7th Bn. King's Royal Rifles. Volunteers : 4th, 6th (ist 
.ttached), i6th, iSth, 19th, 21st, and 22nd Middlesex. 

Command of Lt. Colonel Scots Guards.— Militia ,■ 5th anl 7th Bus. Rifle Brigade. Volunteers: 2nd, 7th, loth, 
3th, 14th, and 20th Middlesex ; ist and 2nd Tower Hamlets. 



ALPHABETICAL LIST OF REGIMENTAL DISTRICT STATIONS. 

Lberdeen 75 Oardift' 41 Inverness 79 Richmond (Yorks.) ... 19 

mnagh 87 Carlisle 34, Kingston 31 ■ Rifle Depots 76e 

i-shton 63 Chester 22 ' Lancaster 4 1 Shrewsbury 53 

^yr 21 Chichester... 35 ' Leicester lyiStirling 91 

iedford 16 Clonmel 18 i Lichfield 38, 64 Sunderland 68 

Belfast 83 Derby 45iLincoln 10 'Taunton 13 

iervvick-on-Tweed 25 Devizes 62 j Maidstone 50 Tralee loi 

ieverley 15 Dorchester 39 j Naas 102 | Warley 44 

^irr 100 E.Keter 11 : Newcastle 5 Warrington 8,40 

iodmin 32 Fort George 72 Northampton 48 Warwick 6 

'recoa 24 Galway 88 1 Omagh 27 Winchester 37 

iristol 28 Glencorse i j Oxford 43 Worcester 29 

Jurnley 30 Guildford 2 ' Perth 42 Wrexham 23 

'ary 20 Halifax 33 I Pontefract 51, 65 Yarmouth 9 

iury St. Edmunds 12 Hamilton 26, 71 ; Preston 47 York 14 

I'-anterbury 3 Hounslow 7, 57 Reading 49 

i - _— — 

Garrisons. 

i'ONCANNON YORT.-Fort Major, 

TOWER OF LONDON. 
instable. General Sir R. J. Dacres, GCB. R. Art. 2 | ilXd/or, Major Gen. G.B.Milman, CB. 29 Aug. 70. 
July 81. Chardain. Rev. Edw. J. Rogers, MA. h.p. 31 Jan.77. 

ieut.Lt. General C. L. B. Maitland, CB. 22 July 76. ' Swr^'eon.Dep.Insp. General W. F.T. Ivey.'h.p. i Apr. 71. 



12 4-5 



Staflf Officers of Pensioners. 

"lie number prefixed to the Station denotes the Ueijimental District to vidch the ( 
Station. 



GREAT BRITAIN. 
6 BiijiiiNGHAM. — BernardH.Burke.^'h.p. 68 P. 
g I J:,i.'>fern Div. I Henry Millei-.^^ h.p. Mil. , 

2 ! TowerHiU. S Train i 

5 I Western Vio. f William Egerton Todd,* i_ 

p 'l VhAseaHoxp. \ h.p. 8i F ) 

£^ I Northern Dio. ( Ambrose Marshall Car- ^ 
,:; '• lierfent sPk.Bks.l dew," h.p. Depot Batt. > 
9. T .lr,-„„„„, (^ Richard Granville UharlO 

8,40 LivEKPOOL.--, ton .9 h.p. 81 F j 

II Pltmohtti — f William Henry Clements,'" ( 

II 1 LrMouiH.-^ j^p j^^^,^, Marines \ 

^^ \ Glasgow. I Rpbt.Fr.HenryJIacgregor" ^ 



CORNET, 

ENSIGN, 

ETC. 



23 Nov. 55 



CAPTAIN. 



May 47 

16 I 1 July 53 

17 |iS .Tan. 51 
21 128 June 40 



i'i7Dec.52 
II Feb. 48 

Pi3Mays3 
■'17 Sep, 
t'laMar, 
I Dec. 
•■8 Sept. 54 
24 Oct. s6 
29 June 48 

''29Dec. 46 
19 Nov. 47 



Feb. 5SI I Apr. 70] 

Feb. 5sj I Feb. 56 23 May 72 

Mar. 51' 9 Apr. 56 j 5 July 72 

23 Sept. 54! 27 June 56' 5 July 72 

7 May 53,Pi6Aug.5o 5 July 72 
iR Oct. 53' 13 Dec. 6 

Aug. S4 6 Sept. 6 



P6 0ct. 4Yi7Aug.s5 
''15 Sep. 54, ""s Mar. 61 
i'i3 Sep. 53 4 June 58 
6 June54li8 July 65 
9 Mar. 55 j I Apr, 70 
II May 55 28 Apr. 63 
13 Aug. 58 26 Jan. 66 
4 Sept. 51 1 7 Jiil.y 59 

f 3 Mar. 48 26 Mar. 58 
••6 June 5i|t7 Apr. 58 



4 Apr. 75 

7 Oct. 74 

8 June 71 
I Apr. 74 

5 July 7 
I Oct. 77 



1 Oct. 

2 Oct. 78 
5 -Tuly 7 

5 July 72 
5 Jul.y 7 



.\ppiinte( 

ST AIT 
OFFrCKR, 



27 Jura 71 

2 Oct. 78 31 M;iy 72 

\ 
31 Doc. 78, I Jan. 66 

31 Dec. 7s' I Oct. 70 



I Oct. 67 
26 jLil.y 70 



: Oct. 77 



May 80 



I July 67 
I July 69, 
I July 67 
I Oct. 68 
5 'ViiK.7>'- 
21 July 70 
I Apr. 72 
I Apr. 64 



8 Dec 79 10 Mar. 65 
26 Feb. 80, I Apr. 64 



21 Feb. 56 20 Feb. 57 5 July 64 i Oct. 77 
6 June 54 ''i7Apr. 57 8 Oct. 61 5 Dec. 74 
21 Aug. .(.9 i'2i Oct. 53! 4 Jan. 61 26 Jan. 74 
. :-i, Edinburgh; 2, Guildford; 3, Canterbury; 
II. Exeter; 12, Bury St. Edmunds; 13, Taunr.on; 14, 
113I; 19, Richmond; 20, Bury; 21, Ayr; 22, Cliestj 



1 19 June 72 

]25 Mar. 71 

I I Jan. 67 

Lanca<t n-; 

, York ; 



25> 53. 



\ h.p. Military Train 5 

31 Kennivgton. Charles Wm. St. John, h.p. 7 

94 F. (Colonel, i Oct. 82) j 

35 JiKioHTON. — Robert Edward Roe,*" h.p. 86 F, 
( Portsmouth. — J. Leslie Moore, ^^ h.p. 34 F 
2' \ Southampton". — R. J.Spofforth,''-^ h.p. 59 P. 
( v_!uATHAM. — Hy. Gordon Rogers,^* h.p. 49 F. 
5° < Woolwich. — Jas. A.Morrah.-^h.p.Dep.Uat. 
63MAN CHESTER. — Ebenezer Rogers, 'h.p. 3 VV. l.R. 
68 Sunderland. — Hen.L.Searle,-'^h.p.R.M.Art 

IRELAND. 
loi OoRk'.— Richard Hull Lewis, ^•' h.p. 20F... 
102 Dublin. — Montague Browne,^- h.p. 24 F 
CANADA. 
London.— James Hosketh,5=h. p. Military Train 

Toronto.— Wm. JohnLaue Milligan,5i'h.p I 17 

Montreal. — Jas. Fielding Sweeney,~h.p.83 F.| iS 

Note.— Tlie duties (jflhe following Stations, v 

S, Newcastle on-Tyrie ; 9, Yarmouth; 10, Lhicolu 

15, Beverle.v ; 16, Bedford; 17, Leicester; 18, Clo 

Shrewsbury; 24, Brecon; 27, Omagh ; 28, IJriscol; 29, Worcester; 30, Burule'y; 32, Bodmin; 33, Halifix; 54, 
Carlii-le ; 37, Southampton; 38, 64, Lichfield; 39, Dorchester; 41. Cardiff; 42, Perch; 43, O.^ford; 44, Warley; 
45, Derby; 47, Preston; 48, NorthaniDton ; 49, fteidng; 51,65, Pontefrast; 62, Devizes; 63, Ashtoii; 72. Fort 1 
George; "75, Aberdeen; 83, Belfast; 87, Armagh; 88, Galway; 91, Si.iriing ; 100, Birr; and lor, Tralee. are per- 
formed by the Officer.-) of the respective Regiment U Districts ; those of the l.slc of Man by the Otfici'r at Liverpool ; i 
those of Ottawa, Canada, temporarily by As.-^istant Commissary W. H. Ellioi, h.p. Commissariat and Transport 
Department; and those of Fremantle, Western Australia, by the (_;olonial Treasurer. 

War Services of Staff Officers of Pensioners. 

J Major E. Rogers served in temporary command of a Detachment 3rd West India Regiment in defence of 
liOwer Combo, Gambia, in Feb. 1864 against hostile native factions, and was employed b.y the Governor of the - 
Gf>mbia on diplomatic service in conjunction with the Governor of Sierra Leone and Commodore Eardle.y- Wilinot, 
for which he received official thanks. Served as Brigade Adjutant in cliarge of guns in the expedition under . 
Iifc.Colonel Harlcy up the River Gambia in June 1864, an 1 was favorably noticed. Served with the e.xpeditiouary ; 
force under Brigadier General Harley in British Honduras in February and March 1867, and commanded a Flying ', 
Column detached for the destruction of the Indian village San Jos^, on which occasion his detachment made a | 
forced march of 32 miles in 11 houi-s across very difficult country (thanked by the Governor). Was subsequently j 
appointed Brigade Major to the united Force, and was mentioned in despatches. ■ 

■'■ Major Sweeney served with the 12th Regiment in the Kaffir war of 1851-53 (Medal) . 

* Lt.'Ci Innel Egerton Todd served in the 8ist Regiment in the Indian Mutiny of 1857-5S (Medal). 

■"^ Lt.Coloijel Browne served with the 98th Regiment in the Punjaub campaign of 184S-49 (Medal). 1 

'* Major Macgregor served with the 82nd Regiment in the N.W. Provinces in suppressing the Indian mutiny in ■ 
1857-58, and was present at the second relief of Lucknow, defeat of the Gwalior Contingent at Cawupore, actions of j 
Kala Nuddee and Khaukur, siege of tae Jail and subsequent operations at Shahjehanpore, affiiirs ol Mahomdee ! 
and Bunkagaon (Medal with Clasp). ( 

1^ Lt. Colonel Charlton served with the 8ist Regiment in the Indian mutiny of 1857-58 (Medal). \ 

'^^ Lt. Colonel Searle was at the action of Ecknaes in the Gulf of Finland 20th May 1854, in action with the forts of • 
Bomarsuud 15th August, and at the surrender of Fort Prasto on the 16th August. Served with the Baltic expedition 
in 1855, and in the mortar-boat flotilla during the bombardmeutof Swealiorg (Medal). 

20 Major Clements was present at the attack on the batteries at Petropaulovsk on 31st August, landed on 4th ; 
Sept. at an attack on the same batteries (severely wounded), and was at the capture o two Russian vessels on 7th ) 
Sept. 1854. Served in the China war of 1857-5S, including the blockade of the Canton river, storm and capture of ; 
Canton, expedition to the North, and landed at the bombardment and capture of the forts at the mouth of the Peiho 1 
river on 20th Ma.y, as Acting Adjutant and Qr. Master (Medal with two Clasps). 

^' Lt.Co ouel Lewis served with the Grenadier Company of the 94th Regiment in the action with and destruction , 
of a desperate Ijand of insurgent fanatics at Teermanam Coonettos in Malabar. 

38 Lt.C' lonel Moore sei-ved with the 34th Regiment in the Crimean campaign from loth August 1855, including the. 
Biego and fall of Sebastopol, and assault of the Redan on 8th September (Medal with Clasp, and 'l''ukish Medal). 
Served also in the Indian campaigns in 1857-59, including the actions at Cawnpore on 26th 27th and iSth November 
1857, captui-e of -Vleeangunge, siege and capture of Lucknow, and defeat of the rebels at Bootivul (Medal with Clasp). ' 

*' Major Spoffbrth served with the 59th Regiment during the operations before and capture of Canton in 1857 (Medal 
with Clasp). 

■•' Major Roe served with the 12th Lancers in the Crimea from 17th May 1S55, including the siege and fall of Se- 
bastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Modal) . Served as Brigade Major of Cavaliy to the Saugor and Ncrbudda 
Field Division, and was present at the adixirs of Jejunge and Kubrai, general action of Banda (mentioned in despatches), 
and suiTeader of the Rajah of Kirweeon 5th .Fuuc 1858 (Medal with Clasp). 

** Major Morr.ih served as Adjutant of the 2ud Battalion 60th Ritles throughout the campaign of i860 in China 
(Medal with two Clasps). 

♦'J Lt.Ool >nel Cardow served as Adjutant of the 19th Regiment in the E.astern campaign of 1854, including the 
alfair of Bulganac, and battle of Alma— severel.y wounded in two places, and horse shot in crossing the river (.Medal 
witb Clasp, iiiid Turkish Medal). 

-'I .Mai ir ililligaa served in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1858-59 on the Oude and Nepaul frontiers (Medal) 

•'' Captain Uurke served with the 68th Light Infantry in the Now Zealand war in 1864-66, including the attack O; 
the Gite I'ali, engagement at Te llanga and attack ouVutahi Pah (Medal). 

'■•*■ Cantain H. G. ttiigors served with tlio 49th Regiment in tho Crimea from September 1855, and was present al 
th>!n..--gj and fall of Sob istopol, aud assault of the Rsdan on tho 8th Sep. 1855 (Modal withClasp", and Turkish .\Ied;iI). 

-■• Major Hcsketh served tlio Eastern campaign of 1854-55 iw tlio Koyal Artillery, inolu ling the a fairs of Hiil- 
ganao and -MMvcnzie's Farm, battles of Alm;v and Iiikerintiri, sortie of 26r.h October, siege anil full of So'>.ist'iiio 
(Me'lal with three Clasps, and Turkish Modal). 



EDUCATIONAL ESTABLISHMENTS. 



26. 



Royal Military College, Sandhurst. 

'PresiiUnf.— Field MarsV.al H.RH.the Ihike o/Cambridge, 
KG. KP. aCB. aClia. aCSI. commander in Chief. 

OooerHoc— Lieut. General Sir R. C. H. Taylor, KCB. B. 
Surrey Regt. i Jan 80. 

Commandant and Secrtfary-—p.s.c. Colonel F. D. Middle- 
ton, CB. h.p. 20 F. 8 Sept. 74. 

Chaplain.— ^cy. W. R. BsMCh, MA. 

Adjutant and Quarter Master. — John Davies, 26 Nov. 58; 
Ilnn. Captain, 1 July 81. 

Suriieon.~S\iTg. Major A. F. S. Clarke, MD. 1 Sept. 82. 

A.ixi.-<t. Surg. — Surgeon W. Finlay, 15 June 80. 

Sidiuff Master. — Capt. Cha. Clementa Brooke," 12 Mar. 61. 



Military Professoes and Instructoes. 

Professor of Fortification. Major E. H. Williams, R. Eng. 
I Sept. 73. 

Instructors in Fortification. 

Major L. K. Soott. R. Eng. 25 Oct. 77. 
tp.s.'e. Capt. H T. Wiug, W. Kent Regt. (97 F.), 2 June 7q. 
\p.s.c. Major J. H. S. Craigie, Highland Light Infantry 
. (71 F.i; I July 81. 

\p.s.e. Captain H. T. "W. Allatt, Duke of Cornwall's Light 
r Infai.try (46 F.), i Sept. 81. 
[Captain A. Bogle, R. Engineers, i Feb. S2. 

Lieut. E. J. T. Ross, of Bladtnshurg, Royal Engineers, 
( 2 Oct. 82. 

\Professor of Military Surveying. — c. Bt.Lt.Colonel William 
I Paterson,' h.p. 63F. 24 July6o; ii'H*. 1 1 Dec. 46 ; i/. 13 
r Oct. 51; Capt. ''25 Mar. 56; Bt. Major, 5 July 72; Bt.Lt. 

I Colonel, 30 Dec. 7S ; Major, 18 June 81. 
Instructors in Military Surveying. 
p.s.c. Major C.H.Bunbury, Connaught Rangers (94 F.), 
i 25 Apr. 76. 
•p.«.c Major R.O.De Montmorency, Irish Rifles (83 F.), 

10 April 77. 
)p.s.c. Captain H. E. C. Kitchener, Duke of Cornwall's 
j Light Infantry (46 H\), 11 Mar. 79. 
Major R. U. Rosser, Hampshire Regt. (37 F.), 15 Mar. 79. 
jCaptam J. R. Young, E. Yorkshire R.^gt. (15 F.)i .Tan. 81. 
jp.s.e. Capt.iin R. H. L.Brickenden, Hack Watch, (42 F.), 

10 Feb. 81. 
\p.s c. Captain C. W. Valliamy, Li.icester3hire Regt. 

(17 P.), 10 Feb. 82. 
yProfessot of Tactics, Military Administration and Ijaw. 
j p.s.c. Capt. G. C. King, R. Mar. Art. i Mar. 78. 
Instructors in Tactics, Military Administration and Iiavi. 
p.s.c. Captam B. G. Hall, R. Marine Art. 21 June 77. 
p.s.c. Major H. M. Moorsotn, R. Art. i Sept. 77. 
p.i.c. Captain E. J. Courtenay, Sussex Regt. (35 F.), 

25 Mar. 78. 
p.s.c. Major A. R. Savile. Irish Regt. (i8 F.), 13 Mar. 79. 
p.s.c. Captain A. G. Impey, Sussex Regt. (107 F.), 

31 May 79. 
p.s.c. Major W. H. Daniel, East Yorkshire Regt. 
(15 F.;, I Sept. 79. 



I Royal Military Academy at Woolwich. 

'President.— Fie\aU!iTsh.nl H.R.S.the DukeofCamhriclge, 
XG. KP. GCB. GCMG. QCSI. Commander in Chief, 
8 Feb. 70. 
GfooerHor.—Lieut.General James Frankfort M.Browne, 

CB. Royal Engineers, 2 June 80. 
Secretary and Treasurer. — Colonel W. D. Marsh, R. Eng. 
26 Sept. 77. 

Captain of the Company of Gentlemen Cadets. 
Colonel A. Harness, CB. R. Arullery, 31 Dec. 81. 

Lieutenants of the Company of Gentlemen Cadets. 
Lieut. R. Wyuyard, Royal Artillery, 7 Sept. 81. 
Lieut. H. O. Owen, R. Artillery. 27 Sept. 81. 
Lieut. R. A. M. Henn, R. Artillery, 15 Nov. 81. 

Adjutant and Quartermaster. 
Capt. W. E. Hardy, R. Artillery 7 Sept. 81. 
Sur^eore.— Surgeon Major G. J. H. Evatt, MD. 10 Dec.80. 

CUaplain and Classical Instructor. 
Rev. J. Bond, M.A. 10 Feb. 75. 

Professor of Mathematics and Mechanics. 
Morgan W. Crofton, BA. FRS. 

Instructors of Mathematics . 
H. Hart. 19 March 73. 
E. F. S. Tylecote, MA. ig March 73. 
Captain P. A. MacMahun, R. Art. 23 March F2. 

Professor of Fortification atid Geometrical Drawing. 
Major W. G. Ross, R. Eug. i Oct. 82. 



Instructors of Fortification and Geometrical Draicing. 
Captain J. Matheson, R. Eng. i March 80. 
Captain H. W. Renny-Tailyour, R. Eng. i Apr. 81. 
Major J. T. Marsh, R. Engineers, 22 Feb. 82. 
Captain C. W. Sherrard, Royal Engineers, • Oct. 82. 

Professor of Artilleni. 
Bt.Lt.Colonel W. Kemmis, R. Art. 23"March 81. 

Instructors of Artillery. 
Captain G. Mackiulay, E. Art. 30 Sept. 3o. 
Captain R. S. Watson, R. Art. 27 Nov. So. 

Professor of Military Drawing. 
Major F. Roberts, R. Art. 20 Sept. 77. 

Instructors in Military Drawing. 
Captain A. G. Walker, R. Art. 18 Mar. 76, 
Captain V. F. Rowe, R. Eng. 20 Sept. 77. 
Lieut. C. Penrose, Royal Eng:ineers. 21 Sept. 82. 

Professor of Military History, 
p.s.c. Captain S. C. Pratt, R. Art. 22 May 79. 
Professor of French.— Mons. Albert Barrere. 
Professor of German. — P. Lange, Ph.D. 
Professor of Landscape Drawing. — Wm. Clifton, 
Professor of Chemistry and Fhysics.~\\\ R. B. Hodgkin- 
son, Fh.D. 23 March 82. 

Staff College, Sandhurst. 
Commandant. — Major General C. O. Creagh-Osbome, CB. 
II May ^&. 

PnOFESSOHS. 

Military Art and Ristory.— p.s.c. Colonel T. E. A. 
Hall, h.p. 49 F. 24 lifc. 78. 

Fortification and Artillery. — Colonel L. A. Hale, h.p. 
R. Eng. I Feb. 78. 

Military Drawing and Surveying. — Colonel W.H.Richards, 
h.p. Border Regt. (55 P.), i6 Oct. 78. 

Military Administration and Lato.— p.s.c. Major F. C. H. 
Clarke, CMG. R. Artillery, 29 Nov. 81. 

Mathematics. — Rev. J.F. Twisden, MA. 

French. — A. Aigr^ de Charente. | German. — C. Jeep. 

Russian. — H. Riola. 

Hindostanee. — M. Kempsom. 

Applied Sciences.— F.dmxxuA Atkinson, Ph.D. FCS, 
Sti;dents. 
Senior Division. 

Captain W. W. C. Verner, Rifle Brigade. 

Major C. W. B. Bell, S Uussars. 

Lieut. P. G. Stone, R. ArDillery. 

Captain H. H. Settle, R. Engineers. 

Lieut. A. F. Barrow, Bengal Stafl" Corps. 

Captain W. H. Sawyer, Lancaster Regt. (4 F.) 

*Captain J. L. C. St. Clair, Argyll aud Sutherland High- 
landers (91 P.) 

Lieut. P. H. Probyn, Bengal Staff Corps. 

Major H. P. Grant, 4 Hussars. 

UC Captain R. K. Ridge way, Bengal Staff Corps. 

Captain P. H. Whitby, Durliam Lt Inf. (106 P.) 

Captain ,1. A. Campbell, Bedfordshire Regt. (16 P.) 

Captain C. St. L. Barter, S. Yorkshire Regt. (105 P.) 

Captaiu E. E. Swaine, Inniskilling Fusiliers 108 F ) 

Bt.Major C. M. Mac Donald, Highland Lt. Itif. (74 P.) 

Captain C. L. Mortimer, City of London Regt. (7 F.) 

Major A. Wilkinson, S. Lancashire Regt. (40 P.) 

Lieut. J. C. Duke, W. RicUng Regt. (33 P.) 

Lieut. C. E. D. Teller, Worcestershire Regt. (36 P.) 
Junior Division. 

Lieut. L. Darwin, Royal Engineers. 

Captain F. Beaufort, Royal .A.rtillery. 

I.ieut. G. A. K. Wisely, Royal Engineers. 

Captain H. A. Sawyer, Bengal Stu If Corps. 

Lieut. P. H. N. Lake, bJ. Lancashire Regiment. 

Captain G. C. \Vyune, Royal Artillery. 

Lieut. A. J. Watson, Sufiolk Regiment. 

Lieut. Hon. P. W. Stopford, Grenadier Guards. 

Lieut. W. I. Eastman, Royal Marino Artillery. 

Lieut. B. Briscoe, Bengal Stafl" Corps. 

Captain R. S. H Mooity, East Kent Regiment. 

Captaiu G. H. More-Molyneux, Bengal Staff Corps. 

Capta;n P. S. Thornton, Rifle Brig^ide. 

Captain R. J. P. Banfleld, Welsh Regiment. 

Lieut. E. J. Sharpe, Midalese.'i; Regiment. 

Captain P. H. Hammond, Royal Artillery. 

Captain C. Evans-iiordon, Berks Regiment 

Lieut. L. W. G. Butler, King's Rifles. 

Captain M. C. Boyle, ICing's Ritles. 

Captain R. C. B. Lawrence, 5 Dm goon Guards. 

Lieut. J. S. Talbot, Shropshire Light Infantry. 

Major O. G. Bolitbo, 3 Dragoon Guards. 
* On Foreign Service. 



Lt.ColonelPaterson served with the 80th Regt. in the Burmese war of 1852-53, including the bombardment and 
capture of Pronie, repulse of the subsequent night attack, reconnaissance atlthaymew, advance on Meeaday, and 
capture and destruction of two of the enemy's stockades beyond it (Medal with Clasp for Pegu) . 
'' Captain Brooke served in the Osmanli Irregular Cavalry during the Crimean campaign (Turkish Medal). 



127 EdvcaUonal Estahlishments. 

School of Gunnery. 

Commandant * Suvdt /Colonel YV. A. Fox- Strang waj-p,i Assistant Saperiniendent ) Major D. D. T. O'Callagbam 
^ -^ ■ (. I Oct. 82. I of Experiments. } i Sept. 78. 

Chief Instructor ColonelJ. F. Betty, i Ma.y 80. 2nd Assistant do, Ca.ptainF.:i/l. Goold-AdRms, 29 tsov. So. 

Brigade Major Major A. N. Pearse, i Jan. 79. I Adjutant, Caplain L. G. Fawkes. 

,Capt. A. A. Saunders, 25 Mar. 80. Quarter Master, Qr. Master S. Cox. 
Captain J. F. Bally, 21 Dec. r 

Capt; ■ " 



Instructors in Gunnery] Captain F. C. Morgan, 15 Jan. 
^ j Captain C. Russell, 25 April 8. 



Major M. H. Saward, 27 May 1 
Vllaptain P. F. P. Hamilton. 



Department of Artillery Studies (Woolwich). 

Director of Artillery studies Colonel O. B. Woolsey, E. Art. i Nov. 77. 

Assistant Director ;;.«.c. Major H. L. Mitchell, R. Artillery, 14 Apr. 8 

Instructors in Artillery f Captain P L. M. Skinner, R. Art. 22 Nov. So. 

" Xp.s.c. Captam J. R. J. Jocelyn, R. Art. 14 Apr. 81 

Instrwtor in Military Surveying p.s.c. Captain F. Roberts, R. Art. i Oct. 77. 

Frofessor of Applied Mathematics A. G. Greenhill, If..^. 

Lecturer on Metallurgy Dr. Percy, FRS. 

Lecturer on Armour Plates Captain C. O. Browne, late of R. Art. 

Lectureron Practical Mechanics H. W. Jones, Esq. 

Lecturer on Chemistry arid Physics C. L. Bloxam, Esq. 

Veterinary Lecturer .' Veterinary Surgeon J. E. Dwyer. 

French Master Mons. Albert Barrere. 

German Master Dr. F. Althaus. 



School of Military Engineering. 

(For Instructing the Corps in Military Field Works, at Chatham.) 

Commandant Colonel E. C. A. Gordon. 

Assistant Commandant \.. Colonel C. B. Harvey, 3 Feb. 82. 

Brigade Major and Secretary Major George Harris, i Oct. 81. 

Instructor in Construction 4" Estimating Lt.ColonelH. C. Seddon, i Mar. jg. 

Assistant do. do Captain A. G. Clayton, 6 July 79. 

Instructor in Surveying 

Assistant Instructors in Surveying {S^'i^u^^t^sij'' 

Instructor in Field Fortifications Lt.Colonel A. G. Durnford, 13 July 78. 

Assistant Instructors in Field Fortifications {S^H ^V^:^-''' 

Instructor in Telegraphy Major R. Y. Armstrong, i Apr. 76. 

f Lieut. P. Cardew, 26 Apr. 78. 
Assistant Instructors in Telegraphy -I Lieut. R. M. Ruck, i March 81. 

(Lieut. S. M. Maycock, i May 81. 
Insfructorin Military Law and Tactics Major Hamilton Tovey. 



School of Musketry at Hythe. 

Commandaid ^ Inspector General. — Colonel H. W. J. Trent, h.p. 68 F. 31 Jan. 80. 

Chief Instructor . — Lt.Colonel J. K. Watson, King's Roj'al Ritles (60 F.), 9 Mar. 80. 

Captain and Deputy Assistant Adjutant General. — -Major VV. Marsden, South Lancashire Regt. (82 

n^^t : . T 4 t ( Captain G. Fenton, Middlesex Regt. (77 P.), i March 81. 

Captatn Instructors. ^^^^.^^ ^j j, n&^ley, The Buffs, 27 Feb 82. 

Lieutenant Instructor. — Lieut. M. D. D. Dalison, Scots Guards, i Dec. 79. 

Quarter Master ^ Acting Adjutant. — Moore Murphy, 21 Dec. 81 ; 2nd Lt. 31 Oct. 77 ; Lt. 22 July i 

Surgeon. — Brigade Surgeon J. Coates, MD. retired pay, i Sept. 81. 



Army Medical School, Netley. 

Senate. 
T. Crawford, MD., Director General Armii Medical Department, President. 
Surgeon General Sir Joseph Fayrer, MD., KCSI., Physician to the Council of India. 
The Professors of the Army Medical School. 
The Principal Medical OflScer at Netley (ex officio) . 
Pbofessobs. 

Military Surgery Surgeon General T. Lougmore, CB., h.p. 

Military Medicine Inspector General \V. C. Maclean, MD. CB. 

Military Hygiene Surgeon Major F. S. B. F. de Chaumont, l/Z). h.p. 

Pathology W. Aitken, £»?., J»/Z). 

ASSISTAKT Pbofessohs. 

Military Surgery Surgeon Major R. Tobin. 

Military Medicine Surgeon Major W. Cherry. 

Military Hygiene Surgeon Major S. Moore, MB. 

Pathology Surgeon Major J. P. H. Boileau, MD. 

Secretary Heinrich Theodor Gustav Borchcrt, .Eog. 

School of Music, Kneller Hall. 

Commandant Lt.Colonel R.T.Thompson, h.p. Essex Rcgt.(56 F.),i May So. 

Quarter Master Thomas Robert M'llhvham, 12 March 81. 

Director of Mwc C. Cousins, i Nov. 74. 

ChopluH (Acting) itev. Robert Hnlpiii, M.A. h.p. . July 82. 



Educational EsfaUib-hnents. 



Army Schools. 

Inspectors nfArini/ Schools, with hoi>. rank of Cnpfain. 

John Stewart i July Si Edwin H. Rogers iiSep. 82 

Wm. Thacker i July 81 

Suh Ivspecfors of Armt/ Schools. 

Alfred Wolfe 14 ¥eh. 74 ' EdwardBvamlmll 6 Dec. 79 

Jas.E.Cartwright 14 Feb. 74 I Thomas Carson 11 Feb. 80 
Wm. Robinson ...14 Feb. 74 Jas. Gordon Kidd 7 July 80 

Enoch Sliipman 14 Feb. 74 Robert Bell 7 July 80 

Thos.C.Sherwoodi4Feb. 74 Alfred Cooper ...25 A\\^. 80 
Samuel Goadby 14 Feb. 74 ; George Ruggles i Apr. 81 
W.M. MacKinder 24 Mar. 75 R. W. M'Governei4 Sept. 81 
Jas. Hen. Carroll 22 Sep. 75 \ Rich. T. Kenny 12 July 82 
Joseph Tapsell ... i Aug.77 , William Redman 2 Dec. 82 



Royal Military Asylum, Chelsea. 

Commissioners. 
Ex Officio. 
The Secret.Try of State for War, Fres!,le>if. 
His Royal Hig-hness the Field Marshal Commandi 

Chief, Vice President. 
The Bishop of London. 
The Bishop of Winchester. 
-The Paymaster General. 
I The Under Secretaries of State for War. 
The Quarter Master General. 
The Adjutant General. 
The Governor of Chelsea Hospital. 
The Lieutenant Governor of Chelsea Hospital. 
The Governor of the Royal Military College. 
The Chaplain General. 
The Judge Advocate General. 

Special I,/ Appointed. 
:Field Marshal 7i'.ffi.7/. The Didee of Cambridge, 



128 

A. Hamilton-Gordon, XCB. Leinster 
Edward Lugard, GCB. 



East 



Is. &c. 



KG. 



, General Hun. Si 

Kegt. (100 F.) 
General I{f. Hon. Si. 

Surrey Reat. (31 F. 
General Sir A. H. Horsford, GCB. Rifle Brigade. 
3 € Major General Hon. Sir H. H. Clifford. KCMG. CB. 
General Lnr.l Wm. Paulet, GCB Durham Lt. Inf (68 F.). 
Liout.General Sir R. C. H. Taylor, KCB. B. Surrey 

Regt. (70 F.) • -^ 

Comniandunf.— Colonel H. Mackenzie, 1 b.p. 15 P. 7 

Secretary and Adjutant.— ^laiov H. M. Thompson,^ h.n. 

82 F. 20 March 80. 
Quarter Jfasier.— William Macdonnell.s 27 Aug. 73. 
Medical Officer.— T)epnty Surgeon General J. Crerar, 

h.p. I Sept. 81. 
Chaplain.— Beo. Erasmus H. Goodwin, BA. 
Normal School. HeadMaster.— Wm. J. Reynolds. MA. 
Model School. 

Upper Master— Ur. W. G. Lamb. 
First Master— Mr. C. M. Fleming. 
Second Master— Mv. H. H. Hebb. 
LowEE School. Master— ^Lv. J. B. Eldridge. 

Royal Hibernian Military School, Dublin. 

Commandant.— Col. F. C. Hill, h.p. Essex Regt. (56 P ) 
Sec. and AdJ.—yL&jiOv J. W. Fitzgerald, h.p. 
Quarter Master (acting). — Edwin Shelock. 
Szirgeon.-Bep. Insp. Gen. F. H. Baxter, MD. h p 

(Rev. Robert Foster, BA. 
aia2)lains.— j Rev. J. M. Hamilton, MA. 

LRev. T. Curran. 
Head Master.— Ur. John H. Gibbons. 
Second Master.— 'Kr. T. Stritch. 
Third Master.— "Mr. Francis M. Dowling. 



: GCB. KP. GCSI. GC2IG. G: 

I 1 Lt.Colonel H. Mackenzie served with the 73rd Regiment throughout the Kaffir war of iSso-s-, (Medal) and 
i^o^Xr^tThf battle 'o'fXe:;:'^^^' "'^^'"^^ '^ ^^^^•^•'^'^^ '^^ '^« ^'°^-^ ■' -^'^ - '^'^ ^-^^^^^ /oSasu^a 
I a Major Thompson served with the 9th Regiment in the Crimea from the 15th Feb. 185s, including the sieo-P and 
itall of Sebastopol ; was m the trenches during a sortie on the 5th June, also durin- the assault Ind" capture of the 
Quarries on the 7th June, with Eyre's Brigade at the assau't and capture of the Cemetery and Rife-pits on the i8th 
Tune, and with the Reserve at the attack of the Redan on the 8th September (Medal with Hasp and Turkish M^^ 
Commanded a hundred men of the 31st Regiment with a Field Force under Captain Wri^ Rwal Artil^^ ik' 
an expedition agamst the Taepings in the vicinityof Shanghae in March 1863 -iuriay, K03 al Artillery, in 

.A?hTf ^'' i^f '®'' ^^acclonnell served in the Kaffir war of 1852-53 (Medal). Served in the Crimea after the fall 
3f Sebastopol, from 19th November 1855 to 4th June 1856. Has the Medal for Long Service and Good Conduct 



ORDNANCE MANUFACTURING ESTABLISHMENTS. 

ROYAL ARSENAL, WOOLWICH. 



Royal Carriage Factory. 

Juperinfende7it, Colonel F. Close, R. Art i Oct. 81 

issist. Super. Bt.Major P. L. Graves, R. Art....i Oct. 82 
yopt. Instructor, Captain W. J. Clarke, R. Art. i Oct. 82 

Royal Laboratory. 

Juperiniendent, Colonel F. Lyon, R. Art 1 Apr. 80 

Issist. Superint. Lt. Col. AV. R. Barlow. R. Art. i Apr. 81 
lapt. Inst., p.s.c. Major G. W. Hawkins, R.Art.i Jan. 82 
Issist. Inst., Captain AV. P. Blandy, R.Art. ... i Apr. 81 



Royal Gun Factory. 
Superintendent, Colonel E. Maitland, R.Art. 
Assist. Superint. Lt.Col. E. D. Tarleton, R.Art. 
Captain Instructor, Major L. Dowues, R. Art. 

OJicers Director ( Capt. A. W. White, R. Art 
oJArtillery'sDept. ( Capt. T. J. Roch, R. Art.... 
Medical Officers f Surg.MajorC H.Y.Godwin , 
(R. Arsenal)... j Surg.Maj.W.F.Stevenson) 



I May 80 
I Apr.Sz 
[ Jan. 79 

I Apr. 79 

I July 81 

3 Nov. jS 

MB ) 4 Aug. 79 



Royal Small Arms Factory at Enfield. 
'uperintendent. Colonel H. T. Arbiithnot, R.Art.i Apr. 80 
1 Major W. M'Clintock, R. 

Issist. Super-) Art i July 80 

mtendents ... | Bt.Lt.Col.W. H. King-Har- 

l man, n. Arl. (Birmingham) i Apr. 82 
^apt. Inspector, Captain W. Hunter, R. Art. 30 Oct. 78 

S.oyal Gunpowder Factory at Waltham Abbey. 

Superintendent, Col. C. B. Brackenbury, R.Art. i July 80 
l9Si«tS!(i:ieriHtoi(ie««,Capt.H.S.S.Watkin,R.Art.i July 81 



Royal Army Clothing Depot. 

I Director of Clothing, George D. Ramsay, CB. 
Assistant Director, O. H. Morshead. 
Storekeeper, Thomas Quinlan. 
Medical Officer, Dcp. Insp. Gen. P. S. Laing, h.p. 
Inspector of Colours, Sir Albert Wm. Woods, Garter Kina 
of Arms. ^ 



28a 



MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISHMENTS. 
Cavalry Depot at Canterbury. 



Commandant.— Co\o\\c\ J. C. Le Quesne, h.p. 12 Lancers, 8 April 82. 

Assistant Commandant and Stiperiniendent of the Riding Department.— Bt.lA.Co\on&\ W. V. 

Guards, 6 May 82. 
-4l?/'M^In^— Caprain H. A. Case, 12 Lancers, 10 Nov. 80. 
Pntimasier. — Staff Paymaster William Joseph Garden. 
JiiiUiij Master. — Thomas Henry Jones, 25 June 79. 
Quarter Master. — Henry Thomas Naylor, 22 Aug. 82. 
Instrttctor of Musketry .—Ch^ISlvo. Peter Marrow, i Dragoon Guards, i Feb. 81. 



Dragooon 



Army Pay Oface. 

Paynaster General, Ht. Ron. Lord Wolverton. 
Assistant Paymaster General, J. P. Collier. 



Royal Hospital, Chelsea. 
©otier^jor.— General Sir Patrick Grant, GCB. GCMG. 

Seafortb Highlanders (78 F.), 20 Feb. 74. 
Major 4" Lt.Go':ernor.~'S'£- Colonel R. Wadeson, h.p. 

7^ F. 26 Mircli 8t. 
Adjutant. — John James .Charles Irby,i 7 Sept. 55; Uns. 

Pi? Jan. 51 ; It. 8 Oct. 54 ; Capt. 16 Jan. 63 ; Hon. Major, 

20 Mar. 78. 
Secretary. — Major Gen. Geo. Hutt, CJB. late of Bombay 

Ai-my, 6 Mar. 65. 
Chapla'in.—Sev. Sydney Clark, MA. h.p. 2 Feb. 78. 
Physician and Surgeon. — J. A. M'Munn,^ J/D. h.p. Staff 

Surffeon, 4 Nov. 68. 
Deputy Surgeon. — Thomas Ligertwood,* MD. h.p. Staff 

Surgeon, 13 Jan. 69. 
Quarter Master. — William Barlow, 17 July 72 ; Hon. Capt. 



Captains of Invalids. 



J.VanderH.Rees.h.p. 40F. | 
Major J. W. Daniell, h.p. I 

loi F. 
Ma,jor Geo. Garland, h.p. 

43 F. 



Major F. W. Humphry, r.p. 
Colonel A. Green, h.p. Rifle 

Brigade. 
Major W. H. Warner, h.p. 

loi F. 



Eoyal Victoria Hospital at Netley. 

Governor and Commandant. — Colonel Sir C. K. Pearson, 

CB. KCMG., h.p. 3 F. 5 May 80. 
Staff Capt. ^ Assistant Commandant. — Colonel Wm. 

Roberts Farmar,*h.p. 75 Foot, 24 April 72. 
Adjutant. — 
Paymastir. —'BtaS Paymaster Henry Potter. 



Royal Hospital, Kilmainham. 

Master.— T\iQ Commander of the Forces in Ireland. . 
T ■ X -r^ TIT 4 C The Deputy Adj. Gen. in Ireland, 
Joint Dep. Masters. , ^heDep. Quarter Master Gen. do. , 
Captains on the Establishment. 
Major George Cresswell, h.p. Unatt. 
Major P. O'Callaghan, h.p. 13 F. 
Adjutant.— Capt. W. MGill,'^ h. p. 79 P. 13 Nov. 68. 
Piiysician and Surgeon. — William Carte,^ 13 Aug. 58. 
Chaplain. — 

Secretary, Uegistrar, and Treasurer. — Langrishe F. Banks 
Quarter Master. — Lieut. James Watson,^ h.p. Mil. Train. 
Solicitor.— S. Hobson,Esq. 



Judge Advocate General's Office. 

Judge Advocate General of the United Kingdom, Kt. Hon, 

George Osborne Morgan, MP. 
Deputy Judge Adoocate General, J. C. O'Dowd, Esq. 
T\ i r ;i„^ ( Col. J. H. Rocke, h.p. iS F London 1 

""''iiif^ffs:. \ c°i°-i c- p— ■ ^-p- 3 F. ... 

OflBce, 35, Great George Street, Westminster. 



Military Prisons. 

Inspector General.— 061. Sir B.F. DuCane, JSTCB. R.E112;. 
Inspectors.— W. F. Pagan, W. J. Stopford, H. Wakeford, 

W. Morrish. 
Aldershot.—Gov., Col.W. H. C. Wellesley, late of 10 Fuot. 
Cork.— Gov., Major H. W. Campbell, late of 79 Foot. 

Med. Of., Surg. Major J. W. Johnston, 3f 7). h.p. 
Dublin.— Gov., H. C. Talbot, late Captain 43 P. 

Med. Ojf., Surgeon Major J. Colahan, MD. 
Gosport.—Gov., Capt. D. P. Allen, late of 17 Foot. 

Med. Of., Surgeon E. Chandler, h.p. 
Glencorse.— Chief Warder, J. Martin. 

Med. Off., 
Malta.— Gov., Lieut. Francis K. Kerr, late of Riflftk 

Brigade. \_Blue.— Facings Red,i( 



' Major Irby served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, capture o£i 
Balaklava, siege of Sebastopol, repulse of sortie on 26th Oct. 1855, and storming the Quarries on 7th June 1855 — 
severely wounded, left leg amputated (mentioned in despatches. Medal with three Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

2 Doctor J. A. M'Munn served in the Eastern campaign of 1S54-55, including the siege of Sebastopol (Medal with • 
Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

3 Doctor T. Ligertwood served throughout the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma (men- 
tioned in despatches) andlnkerman, siege and fall of Sebastojjol (Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of 
Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

* Colonel W. R. Parmar served with the 50th Regiment in the Sutlej campaign in 1846, and was present at the 
affair of Buddiwal and action of Aliwal (Medal), at which last action he was severely wounded in the right thigh 
by a grape-shot while carrying the Queen's Colour. Served with the 82nd Regiment in the Indian campaign ol 
1857-58, including the actions of Cawnpore on the 26th 27th and 28th November and 6th December, capture ol 
Fur.teghur, action at Kankur, capture of Bareilly, relief of Shahjehanpore, .and actions around. The Company 
under his command was mentioned in General Windham's despatch for its conduct on the 28th November in the 
capture of two 18 pounders (Medal, and Brevet of Major). 

* Captain M'Gill served with the 79th Highlanders throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the 
battles of Alma and Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, assaults of the i8th June and 8th September, expe- 
dition to Kertoh and Yenikale (Medal with three Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served 
also in tne Indian mutiny campaign in 1858-59, including the action at Secundi-a, siege and capture of Lucknow, 
attack on Fort Rooyah, action of AUygunge, attack and capture of Bareilly, relief of Shahjehanpore, and pursuit to 
Mahoomdee.passageoftheGograatFyzabad, attack and capture of the Port ofRamporeKussiah (Medal with Clasp). 

* Mr. Carte served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman, siege ol 
Sebastopol, and sortie of 26th Oct. (Medal with Clasps, and Turkish Medal). 

' Lieut. James Watson served in the Sutlej campaign ol 1845-46 with the 50th Regiment, and was present at the 
battles of Moodkee, Perozeshah, Aliwal, and Sobraon— severely contused, bullet wound in the chest (Medal with 
three Clasps). Served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma and Inkerman, 
and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and T'urkish Medal). 



J2Sh 



List of Oljicerii, now servivg in the Army, who passed the Ifjxamniatioii and received 
Gertifirates at the Senior Department, Royal Military College. 



Addison, Lt. General .1. ¥i. 

Alexiinder, Lt Gen. Sit- James Edward, CB. Dec. 1828. 
Batriit. Colonel Geo., h.p. Brigade Depot, Deo. 1856. 
Borton, General Sir Arthur, KCB. GCMG. i W.I.R. 

Nov. 1839 
Cameron, General Sir Duncan A. GCB. Dec. 1831. 
Camjron, Maicr General Wm. Gordon, CB. May 1853. 
Cox, Miijor li'eneral J. W. CB. Nov. 1S47. 
( II c'.il, Captain G. D. h.p. Unatt. 

II -. Lt.Col. Sydney, h.p. 9 F. May 1852. 

N , I-, Gen. Sir Robert Percy, Bart. North Stafford- 
■ ['■.■'iih. (gSP.i, Nov. 1834. 

III , Mii;<i (iener.nl J. W. Nov. 1847. 

i.'ueral R. J. CB. May 1837. 
', 1 1 i ral J. A., CB. Mayi845. 

Uu r.: . : II ,. F.D. CB. Yorkshire Regt. (76F.),Nov. 1034. 
Gordijii, .Major General C. E. P. CB. Nov. 1844. 
Hiinliii jTe, Lt. General Hon. A. E. CB. Inniskilling Fusi- 
lier.-. (108 F.) 
!Hiitchiii.s-n, Gen "W.N. Yorkshire Rpgt.(33 F.), N0V.1S33. 
Jarvis, Colonel S. P. CMG. h.p. 82 F. May 1856. 
Johnston, General T.H.Berkshire Regt. (66 F.), June 1828. 



Longden, General H. E. CB. CSI. May 1S42. 

M'Cleverty, General W. A. Northamptonshire Regt. 
(48 F.). Dec. 1830. 

Macdonell, General Sir Alex. KCB. Irish Regt. Nov. 1845. 

Macdougall, Lt.General Sir P. L. KCMG-. 2 W. I. Regi- 
ment, May 1842. 

Maclean, Colonel H. J. h.p. Rifle Brig. May 1853. [18^3. 

Michel, General Sir John, GCB. Irish Rifles (86 F.), Nor. 

Pater.son, Bt.Lt.Colonel Wra. Unatt. Nov. 1855. 
I Patterson, Major General W. T. L. May 1852. 

Peacocke, Major General G. J. Dec. 1856. [Dec. 1821. 

^U Reed, General Sir Thomas, GCB.Bssex Regt. (44 F.),, 

Robertson, Major General A. '). CB. Nov. 1843. 

Rumley, Lt.Gen.R.InniskillingFusiliers(27F.),May 1833. 

Sankey, General Wm. CB. Nov. 1852. 

Sawyer, Major General C. Nov. 1841. 

Smith, General M. W. CB. 20 Hussars, Nov. 1839. 

Stapylton, Major General G. G. C. May 1849. 

Stewart, Major A. F. h.p. 36 F. Dec. 1857. 

Vacher, Colonel F. S. Regimental District, May 1853, 

Wilson, General T. M.Manchester Rogt. (96 ¥.), May 1834. 



List of Offi.cers, noiv serving, ivho have jxissed the Staff College. 



Passed, December 1858. 

Petrie, T.t.Lt. Colonel M., h.p. 97 F. 
iCai-ov. Miijor General R., CB. 
Wilson, Colonel S. W. F. M., h.p. 

Reirirnental District. 
Gamble, Major General D. J., CB. 

Passed, December 1859. 
Bruce, Lt.Colonel A. C, CB. Argyll 

and Sutherland Highlanders (91 F.) 
Tvvyn-im, Colonel P. A. A., CB. 
;imental District. 

Passed, Decsmber 1860. 

Wavell. Colonel A. H.,h.p.Welsh Regt. 
Foildiug, Major General Uo>i W. H. A. 
*Grant, Colonel R., R. Engineers. 
Wilkinson, Assist. Com. Gen. H. J. 
^fangle, Dep. Com Gen. W. C. 
Woolsey, Colonel O'B. B., R. Art. 

Passed, December 1861. 
Creagh-Osborne, Major General C. O. 
Battersbv, Col. J. P. h.p. 60 F. 
Hall, Colonel T. E. A., h.n. 49 F. 
Levvart, Colonel R. C, CB. h.p. 2 P. 
Passed, December 1862. 
Barrington, Deputy Com. Gen. J. T. 

ast. Colonel C. J., h.p. 57 F. 
IB.nker, Colonel Sir T. D., XCB. h.p. 
Irish Regt. (18 F.) 
lies. Colonel W. K., CB. h.p. 38 F. 
Parsons, t'olonel C, h.p. 3 P. 
Acton, Colonel C, CB. South York- 
shire Regt. ( 51 F.) 
Lynch, Colonel W. W., Regimental 

District. 
Gnune, Colonel T., h.p. 17 Lancers. 
Black. Lt Co'onel W., CB. h.p. South 
Wales borderers (24 F.) 

Passed, December 1863. 
Under the Bules of 1861. 
IBmerson, Lt Colonel A. L., Glouces- 
tershire Regt. (28 F.) 
'Brrtt, Colouel H. A., Oxford Lt. Inf. 
Ogilvy, Lt.Colonel W. L. K., King's 

K.nal Kifles (60F.) 
Buchanan, Major J. J. N., h.p. ^ 
Dragoon Guards. 

Under the Jtules of 1862. 
Law, Colonel F. T. A., CB. h.p.R.Art. 



Healy. Dep. Com. Gen. R.C. 
Arbuthnot,ColonelW.,h.p.i4Hussar3. 

Passed, December 1864. 
Goodenough, Col. W. H.. CB. R. Art. 
Clive, Colonel E.H., Gr. Gds. 
Gilbard, MajorG. J., h.p. 18 Hu'sars. 
>T(S: Wood, Major General ^tr H. E., 

KCB. GCMG. 
Blundell, CoL H.B. H., h.p. Gr. Gds. 
Knowles, Colonel C. B., CB. h.p. 

Hampshire Regt. (67 P.) 

Passed, December 1865. 
MacGregor, Bt. Lt.Colonel H. G.,h.p. 

Worcestershire Ua^t. (29 P.) 
Suther, Major C. C, R. M. Art. 
Robinson, Bt.Lt.Colonel C. W., Rifle 

Brigade. 
Yates, Maj. Gen. H. Peel, CB. R. Art. 
Knollys, Major H., R. Art. 
Maxwell, Bt.Lt.Colonol R. J., h.p. 

Manchester Regt. (96 P.) 
Shaw, Bt. Major W., Dublin Fusiliers. 
Wynen, Major A. G., Dorsetshire 

Regt. (39 F.) 

Passed, December 1866. 
Barker, Colonel G. D., h.p. 64 P. 
Oliver, Lt.Colonel J. R., R. Art. 
Lock, Colonel H., Inniskilling Pus. 
Gregson, Major L. A., East Surrey 

Regt. (70 P.) 
Hatchell, Lt.Colonel G., Kino-'s 

Ro.yal Rifles (60 P.) 
Knollys, Lt.Colonel W.AV., h.p. 93 P. 
Middleton, Col. P. D., CB. h.p. 29 F. 
Farrington, Lt.Colonel H. D'C, Black 

Watch (73 P.) 
Blundell, Colonel R. B. H. , 3 Hussars. 
Hood, Major W. C, W. Surrey Regt. 

Passed, December 1867. 
Prevost, Major L. De T., Argyll and 

Sutherland Highlanders (93 P.) 
Griffiths, Major H. H., East Lan- 
cashire Regt. (59 P.) 
Pitman, Captain W., h.p. R. M. Art. 
Nelson, Captain W. P., B.. Art. 
Prior, Lt.Colonel G. U., Royal Scots 

(iP.) 
Boyle, Major G. E., Rifle Brigade. 
Butler, Lt.Colonel H. T., h.p. 73 Hus. 
Moorsom, Major H. M., R. Art. 
Campbell, Lt.Colonel C.CB.jDv 



* Passed the Pinal Examination without having gone through the College. 



Passed, December 1868. 

Clarke, Major P. C. H., C.l/ff. R. Art. 

Holmes,MajorA. L'E. H., Bengal S.C. 

Walker, Lt.Colonel A. L., Wiltshire 
Rest. (99 P.) 

Hollist, Major E. C, R. Art. 

Gw.ynne, Lt.Colonel N.X., Manchester 

Crealock, Colonel J. N., CB. Derby- 
shire Regt. (9^ P.) 

Cary, Major L. P. B., Rifle Brigade. 

Flower, Major S., Irish Riflcs(86 P.). 
Passed, December 1869. 

Knight, Colonel W. H,, li.n. 48 P. 

Boughey, Lt.Colonel J.. Wilts. Regt. 

Quill, Lt.Colonel A. 8., h.p. R. Can. 
Rifles. 

Story, Major P. C, h.p. South 
Iiancashire Regt. (40 P.) 

Walsh, Captain C. H., h.p. 44 P. 

Cooke, Major W. S., Cheshire Regt. 

Tulloch, Bt. Lt.Colonel A. B., CB. 
Welsh Regt. (69 P.) 

VIE. Cameron, Colonel A. S., King's 
Own Borderers (25 P.) 

Frankland, Lt.Col C, Dublin Pus. 

Blanckley, Col. H. C. N., R. Mar. 

Beaumont,Captain D., ArmvPayDept. 

Chapman, Colonel E. P., CB. R. Art. 

Passed, December 1870. 
Kinjf?, Captain C. C, R. Mar. Art. 
Savile, Major A. R. , Irish Regt. 
Mitchell, Major H. L., R. Art. 
Maurice, Bt. Lt.Colonel J. P., R. Art. 
Clery, Bt.Lt.Colonel C. P.. h.p. 32 P. 
Harvey, Major C. L., Highland Lt. 

Inf. (71 P.) 
Uar Sartorius, Bt.Lt.Colonel E. H., 

East Lancashire Regt. (59 P.) 
Little, Lt.Colonel H. A., Bengal S O. 
Anstruther. Major R.H.L., Rifle Brig 
Gardner, Major C. H., Suffolk Regt, 

*»* In fhe foregoing lists the names 
are placed in the Order of Merit in 
which the Officers passed the flnal 
Exammation, as officially notified- 
but, the Order of Merit in which 
Officers have passed out of the Stafif 
College having ceased to be disclosed, 
their names in thefotlou-ing lists are 
consequently given in the Order of 
Merit in which they passed into tho 
Staff College. 



I2S- List of Ojjh-cr'', vow scrcuKj, ivho have imssed the Sfnf College 

Passed, December 1871. 



, Miildlecex 



Roljens, Major F., R. Artillery. 

Neetlhain, Captain .1. L., K. Mar. Art. 

Schwabe. Lt.Colouel G.S.,i6Lancers. 

Moffat, .Major H. B., South Wales 
Borilerens (24 F.) 

Jones, Bt.Lt.Colonel H. T., b.p. 81 F. 

Braiu, Majar D. L., Lancaster Regt. 

Nicolls, Colonel O. H. A., R. .^rt. 

Montague, Lt.Colonel AV. E., CB. 
Connauglit Rangers (94 F.) 

Lascellef.Lt.ColonelW.R., Rifle Brie. 

Cardew, Major F.,S.Lancasliire Resrt. 

Dundas, Major H. L., East York- 
shire Rest.' (15 F.) 

Passed, December 1872. 



Hart, Bt.Lt.Colonel A. FitzRoy, East 

Surrey Regt. (31 F.» 
Hammick, Major St. V. A., Oxford 

Light Infantry (43 F.) 
deMontmorency, Major R. O., Irish 

Rifles (83F.)' 
St. Clair, Major T. S., Berks. Regt. 
Bovle, Major E. V., R. Art. 

Milner, Ma.jor F. H. W R Art. ciirte'is. Major R. L. H., Bedford Regt, 

Gordou.Bt.U.CoIonel R.AA,.!., Argyll ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^ Lincolnshire Regt. 



Gatacre, Lt.Colonel W. F. 
Reet.(77F.) 

Boulderson, Lt.Colonel F., I/Lancers. 

Lugard, Bt.Lt.Colonel E. J., Lancas- 
ter Regt. 

Heaslop, Major C. P., R. Mar. Art. 

* Webber,Lt.ColonelC.E.,CB. R.Eng. 

Passed, December 1875. 
Morris, Captain W. G., R. Eng. 
Browne, Major J. H. G., R. Art. 
Primrose, Lt.Colonelifoji. E., Gr.Gds. 
Dawes, Bt.Lt.Colonel B.M., Leinster 

Regt. 
Hall, Bt.Lt.Colonel W. B., R. Art. 
Yule, Captain W. A., Scots Fusiliers. 
Kitchener, Captain H. E. C, Duke of 

Cornwall's Lt. Infantry (46 F.) 
James, Captain F. W., Norfolk Regt. 
Browcrigg, Major H. S., Rifle Brig. 
Orr, Majors. E.,h.p. 94 F. 
Noyes, Major G. A., R. Art. 
Kelly-Kenny, Lt.Colonel T., West 

Surrey Regt. (2 P.) 
Elias, Major R., E. Lancashire Regt. 
Dyke, Major F. H., b.p. 69 F 



and Sutherland Highlanders (93 F.) 

England, L'. Colonel E. L., Somerset- 
shire Rest. (13 F.) 

Gosset, Bt.Lt.Colonel M. W. E., Dor- 
setshire Regt. (54 F ) 

Buiiliury, Major C. H., Connaught 
llangers 194 F.) 

Hall, Captain B. G., R. Marine Art. 

Buxton, Major J. AV. P.,InniskilUng 
Fusiliers (27 F.) 

Brickenden, Captain R. H. L., Black 
Watch (42 F.) 

Graham, Major F. W., Dublin Fus. 

Dngdale, Captain A. G., R. Art. 

Hill, Major R.,DorsetshireRegt.(39F.) 

Dooner, Major W. T., Inniskilling 
Fusiliers (108 F.) 



Wardroper, Major E., Sussex Regt. 

Mallock, Captain T. J. R., City of 
London Regt. (7 P.) 

Eardley-Wilmot, Major W. A., North- 
umberland Fusiliers (5 F.) 

* Harrison, Colonel &., CB. CM&. 
R. Eng. 

♦Hamilton, Major A. C, R. Eng. 

Passed, December 1876. 
Pilkington, Captain H., R. Eng. 
Grover, Major G. E., R. Eng. 
Brunker, Major H. M. E., Scottish 

Rifles (26 F.) 
VilUers, Colonel Son. G. P. H., 

Grenadier Guards. 



Collen, Bt.Captain E. H. H., Bengal \ Lynch, Major E. J., The Buffs (3 F.) 



Staff Corps (yiassed into the College 
icifli ihe preceding Clau) . 

Passed, December 1873. 

Clayton, Major E., R. Art. 

Shaw, Lt.Colonel G. K., Durham Lt. 

Inf. (68 F.) 
Molyneux, Lt.Colonel W. C. F., 

Cheshire Regt. (22 P.) 
Dalrymple, Lt. Colonel W. L., Con- 
naught Rangers (88 F.) 
Walford, Captain N.L., R. Art. 
Gorham, Bt.Lt.Colonel C. A., R. Art. 
Morshead, Major A. A., South 

AA^ales Borderers (24 F.) 
M'Causland, Major M. F. H.,R. Art. 
Bury, Captain J. T.,R. Art. 
Russcll.Lt.Colonel F. S., i Dragoons. 
Andrews, Captain J. W., Devon Regt. 
Brooke,MajorC.K.,E.YorkshireRegt. 
Murray, Bt.Lt. Colonel C. W., Glouces- 

tershii-e Regt. (61 F.) 
Cooper, Major H., North Lancashire 

Regt. (47 F.) 
Duncan, Lt. Colonel J., Eubhn 

Fusiliers (102 F.) 
Poignand, Major G., Leinster Regt. 
Burnett, Bt.Lt.Colonel C. J., East 

Yorkshire Regt. (15 P.) 
♦Hutchinson, Major AV. F. M., R.Art. 

Passed, December 1874. 

Hare, Captain AV. A. H., R. Eng. 

Ardagh,Bt.Lt.ColouelJ.C.,Ci!.R.Eng. 

Hawkins, Major G. AV., R. Art. 

Walker, Captain A. G., R. Art. 

Pratt, Captain S. C, R. Art. 

Creek, Major E. S.,AVelsh Fusiliers. 

Delavoye,MajorA.,EssexRegt.(s6F.) 

Hitchcock, Captain T. E., Shropshh-e 
Lt. Infantry (53 F.) ^ ,, ^ 

Taylor, Major G. L. Le M., Bedford- 
shire Regt. (16 F.) „ .,. „ 

Courtenay, Captain E. J., Sussex 

Wood, Bt.Major Uon. H. J. L.,h.p. 12 
Lancers 



Milner, Major E. C, Irish Regt 
Murray, Bt.Lt.Colonel K.D.,IrishFus. 
Morgan, Lt.Colonel A. E., CB. h.p. 

Norfolk Regt. 
Marshall, Capt. L., Lancashire Fus. 
Currie,MajorA.D.,WelshRegt.(4iP.) 
Du Vernet, Major F. T.C., Essex Regt. 
Elliot, Captain Hon.W. F., Argyll and 

Sutherland Highlanders (93 F.) 
Bengough, Lt.Colonel H. M., h.p. 

Middlesex Regt. (77 F.) 
Money, Major E. C, Irish Fusiliers. 
Eraser, Major A. H.,h.p. AVest Riding 

Regt. (33 F.) 

Passed, December 1877. 

Jones, Captain D. P., R. Art. 

Ford, Major H. I. E., R. Art. 

Smith, Captain W. AV. M., R. Ai-t. 

Barker, Captain J. C, R. Eng. 

Hildyard, Bt.Lt.Colonel H. J. T., 
Highland Lt. Infantry (71 P.) 

Ross of Bladensburg, Lieut. J. P. G., 
Coldstream Guards. 

Daniel, Major AV. H., East Yorkshire 
Regt. (15 F.) 

Essex, Major E., Gordon High- 
landers (75 P.) 

Woodgate, Bt.Major E. R.P., Lancas- 
ter Regt. (4 P.) ^ ,, 

Goldsmid, Captain A. E.W.,Munster 
Fusiliers (104 P.) 

Morison, Major P. de L., Lothian 
Regt. (i P.) 

Carmichael, Major L. M., 5 Lancers. 

Hughes-Hallett, Major H. T., Mid- 
dlesex Regt. (57 F.) 

Cochran, Major F., Hampshu-e Regt. 

Auld, Capt. J., Northumberland Pus. 

Impey, Major A. G., Sussex Regt. 

Vulliamy, Captain C. W., Leicester- 
8hire Regt. (17 P.) 

Hare, Bt.Major R. C, Cheshire Regt. 



Passed, December 1878. 
Pox, Captain AV. R., R. Artillery. 
Ue Bell, Major M. S., R. Engineers, 
^IWd the Final Bxamination without having gone through the College; these Officers are here placed m 
order of Army Rank. 



R. Marines. 
3. 3 Dr. Gds. 
Bedfordshire 

i.. East Lan- 



Kane, Bt.Major M. N. G., Seafortb 

Highlaiders (72 F.) 
Rawes, Captain W. W., R. AvtiUery. 
Gunter, Major E., East Lancashire 

Regt. (s9 ¥■) 
Rothwell, Major J. S., R. Artillery. 
AVing, Captain H. T.. W. Kent Regt. 
AVatson. Captain H. J., 11 Hussars. 
Lloyd, Major W. C, 20 Hussars. 
Everett, Major W., AVest Riding Regt. 
Luttman-Johnson, Major P., York 

and Lancaster Regt. (65 F.) 
Reynolds, Major H. C, Durham 

Light Infantry (106 P.) 
Fergusson, Major J. A., Rife Brigade 
Miles, Major H.S.G., MunsterPus. 
Carey, Captain J. B., North Stafford- 
shire Regt. (98 P.) 
Morgan, Captain H. H., 
Stewart, Colonel H. , Cj 
Paterson, Major A.M., 

Regt. (16 P.) 
Goodwyn, Major J. I 

cashire Regt. (30 P.) 

* Lloyd, Major T. H., R. Artillery. 

Passed, December 1879. 

Grove, Bt.Lt.Colonel C, East York- 
shire Regt. (15 F.) 

Leverson, Lt. J. J.. R. Engineers. 

McDonald, Captain G., R. Engineers. 

Elles, Bt.Major E. R., R. Artillery. 

Jocelyn, Capt. J. R. J., R. Artillery. 

Cooper, Captain R., Somersetshire 1 
Lt. Infantry. , 

Huyshe, Dep. Assist. Com. Gen. E.V. 

Tidy, Captain A. G., Dorset Regt. 

Stringer, Captain P.,AVelsh Fusiliers. 

Pollock, Captain A. J. O., Scots 
FusiUers (21 P.) 

Glasgow, Major J. C. R., Suffolk Regt. 
(12 P.) 

Bickford, Captain AV.G.T.,R. M. Art. 

Ponsonby, Dep. Assist.Com.Gen. J. G. 

Nash, Captain E., Essex Regt. (56 P.) 

Craigie, Major J. H. S., Highland 
Light Infantry (71 P.) 

•Palmer, Captain G. H., R. Artillery. 

*Spencer, Captain J. AV. T., R. Art. 

Passed, December 1880. 

Beresford, Captain C. F. C, R. Eng. 

Montgomery, Captain R. A., R. An. 

Dunlop, Captain H. D., R. Art. 

Benson, Capt. P. AV., 17 Lancers. 

Browne, Lieut. G. P., Northampton- 
shire Regt. (48 F.) 

Romilly, Lieut. P. AV., Scots Guards. 

Bullock, Captain G. M., Devon Regt. 

Browne, Captain J. T., 20 Hussars. 

Gongh, Lieut. W. A., Oxford Light 
Infantry (52 P.) 

Paterson, Major A. J., Yorkshire 
Regt. (19 F.) 

Allatt, Captain H. T. W., Duke of 
Cornwall's Light Infantry (46 P.) 

Thomson, Captain C. P., 7 Hussars. 

Prickett, Maj. T., Essex Regt. (56 F.) 

Godfray, Captain J. W., King's Own ' 
Borderers (25 P.) 

Crookenden, Cantain H. H., R. Art. 
(passed into ike College with the pre- 
ceding Class). 

Jeffrey's, Major P. D., Connaught 
Rangers (88 P.) (do). 

Spence,Major J., S. York Regt. (do). 

* Jones, Lt.Colonel H. H., R. Eng. 
"■Y€. Hart, Bt.Lt.Colonel Reginald C. 

R. Eng. 
♦Eraser Major T., CMG., R. Eng. 
*Watson, Bt.Major C. M., R. Eng. 
*Roch, Captain T. J., R. Art. 

Passed, December 1881. 

Peacocke, Captain AV., R. Eng. (jmnei 
into College with the preceding Cla»»). 

Barton, BtiLt.Colonel G., City of Lon- 
don Regt. (7 F.) (do.) 

Hutton, Bt.Major E. T. H., King's 
Royal Rifles (60 F.) (do.) 

Green, Captain A. O.. R. Engineers. 

Murray, Captain J. AV., R. Artillery. 

Daniel, Captain de C, R. Artillery. 



List of Officers, noio serving, who have passed the Staff College. i28d 

Beckett, Captain C. E., 3 Hassars. 
Beley, Lieut. C. H. H., Bengal Staff 



(Noble, Bt. Major E. J. W., R. M. Art, 
j Johnson, Capt. R. F., R. Artillery. 
[ Hnshes, Cnptain P. J., Scottish 
' Rifles (26 F.) 
Tidy, M:ijor P. J., East Lancashire 

Rent 
Routh, C.iptain W. R., Suffolk Regt. 
Herbert, Bt. Major I. J. C, Gren. Gds. 
i'isott, Ca])taiu J. C. M., Berkshire 

Rent. (66 F.) 
Haly. Bt.Lt.CoIonel R. H. O'G., York 

and Lanonstpr Regt. (84 F.) 
Yeatherrt, Captain E. W., Lancaster 

Regt. (4 F.) 
Dawson, Lieut. D. F. R., Coldstream 

Guards. 
Cutbill, Major H. D. A., Irish Rifles. 



Passed, December 1882. 

Major A. W., .Northamptc 



Morri.,, i,ia,jui n.. vv 
shire Regt. (58 F.) 

Lloyd, Captain E., Bengal Staff Corps. 

Groves, Bt.Major B. A. W. S.,"VVest 
Kent Regt. (50 F.) 

Haig, Lieut. H. de H., R. Engineers. 

Leefe, Captain J. B.,R. Marine Art. 

Innes, Captain P. N., R. Artillery. 

James, Captain W. C, 2 Dragoons. 

Trotter, Captain J. K., R. Artillery. 

Dalton, Captain J. C, R. Artillery. 

Mortimer, Captain H. B., North Staf- 
fordshire Regt. (64 F.) 

Gough, Captain -ffoH.H.G.,T4Hussars. 

Allen, Major R. B.,E.york Regt.(isF. ) 



Corp.s. 

Phipps, Captain T H., 7 Hussar.^. 

Button, Lieut. CM., Oxford Light In- 
fantry (52 F.) 

Stephenson, Captain T. E., Essex 
Regt. (56 P.) 

Bromfield, Lieut.P.W., Cheshire Regt. 

Codrington, Lieut. A. E., Coldstream 

Guards. 
Browne, Major E. C, Scots Fus. (21P.) 
Gordon, Captain J. M., Scots Pus.(2iF.) 
Warton, Captain R. G., Lincolnshire 

Regt. (10 F.) 
B'alfe, Captain E., Bombay Staff Corps. 



129 



Offi 



cert 



Beceivinrj Rewards for Distinguished or Meritorious Services. 



Lord, 



Gexekais. ' 

Budd, R. 

ClaremoBt, E. S., CB. 
Cole, J. A. 
Elmhirst, C CB. 
FordTce, C. F., CB. 
Ingail, W. L., CB. 
Longden, H. E., CB. CSI. 
Maxwell, E. H., CB. 
■Morris, C. H., CB. 
Parke, "W., CB. 
Smith, J. W. S., CB. 
5BS33. Smith, T. C, Unatt. 
JSra Whichcote, G., Unatt. 
Wolseley of Cairo, G. J 
tord,'aCB. QCMG. 

LlEUTENAIfT GETrBEALS. 

Alison, Sir A. Bari. KCB. 
Anderson, D, 
Chelmsford, F. A., 

GCB. 
Conolly, J., CB. 
Deshon, F. G. T. 
Donovan, E. W. 
Drysdale, Wm., CB. 
Eagar, R. J. CB. 
Ewart, J. A., CB. 
Glyn, J. R., CB. 
Herbert, A. J., CB. 
Knox, R. 
Lacy, R. W. 

UE Maude, Sir P. F., KCl 
O'Brien, B., CB. 
Payn, Wm., CB. 
Prettejohn, R. B., CB. 
Radcliffe, W. P., CB. 
Robertson, J. H. 0. 
Russell, Lord A. G., CB. 
Stephenson, F. C. A., CB. 
Street, J. A., CB. 
Wiitmore, E. A.,CB. 
Willis, G. H. S., CB. 



Hawley, R. B., CB. 
Hutton. H. P. 
Lightfoot, T.,CB. 
M'Kay, J., ret. pay. 
M'Leod, Sir J. C, XCC. 
Macbean, W. F. 
Macdonald, J. M., r.f.p. 

Ceylon Rifles. 
Mackenzie, A., CB. r.f.p. 

78 F. 
Mein, G., r.f.p. Brigade 

Depot. 
Nelson, A. A., CB. 
Newdigate, E., CB. 
Page, G. H. 
Peyton, F., CB. 
Plunkett, Son. C. D., r.f.p. 

I F. 
Roberts, W. 
Rose, J., ret. pay. 
Ross, Sir John, KCB. 
ITC Rowlands. H., CB. 
Sargent, J. N.,CB. 
Tisdall, A. , ret. pay. 
Welman, H. A., r.f.p. Depot 

Batt. 
White, Robert, CB. 
Uffi Wood, Sir H. E., XCB. 

GCMG. 
Woods, H. G. 
Young, G. S. 

Colonels. 



ret. 



B., ret. 



Armstrong, Capt. 

pay, 12 Lancers. 
Breading, Capt. J. 

pay, Depot Batt. 
Biirke, Capt. J., ret. pay, 

Depot Battalion. 
Farrant, Capt. E., ret. pay, 

12 F. 
Jackson, Capt. D., ret. pay 

90 F. 
M'Intyre, Major D., ret.pay, 

Brig. Depot. 
UC Macdonald, Capt. H., 

ret. pay. 
Morris, Captain T., ret. pay, 

Depot Batt 



Regimental 



Major Genekals. 
Bayly, Paget, r.f.p. Br. Dep. 
Bray, 'E.W.,CB. ret.pay 4 F. 
Carey, R., CB. 
ircciifford, Hon. Sir H. H., 

CB. KCMG. 
Cobbe, A. H., CB. h.p. 17 P. 
Creagh-Osbome, C. O., CB. 
Currie, R. H. r.f.p. 39 F. 
Dillon, M., CB. CSI. 
Elliot, A. J. H., CB. 
Glyn, R. T., CB. CMG. 
Gordon, C. H., CB. r.f.p. 

Depot Batt. 
Hackett, J., ret. pay. 



G 
District 

Bellairs, Sir W., CB.KCMG 
h.p. Unatt. 

Hook, L., r.f.p. T9 Foot. 

Hughes, R.J.,CjB., h.p. 63 F. 

Macdonell, J. I., h.p. 71 F, 

Madden, S. A., CB. Regi- 
mental District. 

Pearson, Sir C. K., CB. 
KCMG.h..v.jY. 

Stewart, W. L. r.f.p. Depot 
Batt. 

Staff Patmastee, 

Harvey, H., r.f.p. 

Patmasteks. 

M'Naughton,D.C.,h.p 

Robinson, J., h.p. Rec. Dist. 

Wheatley, J., h.p. 

COMMISSAET GeNEEAL 

Young, W. L. M., ret. pay 

Ordnance Store Dept. 

QuARTEE Masters, 

Allen, Capt. Geo 
Scots Guards. 



0'Neill,Capt.D.,ret.pay,34E- 
Pronger, Captain J., ret. 

pay, 12 Lancers. 
Stanley, Ma^ior W. J-., ret. 

pay. Rifle Brigade 
Tooner, Major J., ret. pay. 
Turner.Capt. John, ret. pay, 
50 F. 

Royal Artillery. 
Generals. 
Dacres, Sir R. J., GCB. 
Gardiner, H. L. 
Price, E., CB. 

Lieutenant Generals. 
Adye, Sir J. ^i., KCB. 
Biddulph,S'M-M.A. &.,KCB. 
Campbell, Sir F. A., KCB. 
Dunlop, F., C£. r.f.p. 
, Gibbon, J. R., CB. r.f.p. 
Hamley.Sij-E.B. CB.KCMG 
Henry, C. S., CB. 
Turner, J., CB. 

Major Generals. 
Eraser, Hon. D. M., CB. 
Hawkins, A. C, CB. r.f.p. 
Maberly, E., CB. r.f.p. 
Michell, J. E., CB. 
Shaw, G., CB. r.f.p. 

Lieutenant Colonel. 
Handyside, W., r.f.p. Coast 
Brig. 

Captain. 
Sprent, W. S., Coast Brig. 

Quarter Master. 
Cliff, Capt. W., h.p. 

Riding Master. 

Butler, Major R., h.p. R. Art. 

Royal Engineers. 

Generals. 

Hawkins, 5'ir J.S., KCMG. 

ret. payi Montagu, H. W., CB. 

Ogle, B. 



Lieutenant Generals. 
Bent, George, CB. r.f.p. 
Bourchier, E. F., CB. r.f.p. 
Browne, J. F. M., CB. 
Keane. Hon. H. F., CB. r.f.p. 
Nicholson, L., CIS. 

Major General. 
Mould, T.R., CB. r.f.p- 

Colonel. 
Hassard, F. C, CB. 

Quarter Masters. 
Andrews, Captain A. 
Jones, Captain J. 

Medical Department. 
Directors General. 
Crawford, T., MD. 
Muir, Sir W. M., KCB. MD. 
ret. pay. 
Surgeons General. 
Gordon, C. A., MD. CB. h.p 
Gordon, H. G., MD. 
Longmove, T., CB. h.p. 
Massy, H.H.,JX£'.CB.h. 
ITC Mouat, J-, CB. h.p. 
Munro, W., MD. CB. h.p, 
Inspectors General. 
Anderson, k.,MD. CB. h.p 
Dane, Richard, 3/ii.CB. h.p 
Taylor, J. R., CB. h.p. 
Deputy InspectorGeneeai 
Bradford, E., h.p. 

Surgeons. 
Wood, Arthur, MD. h.p. 
Wyer, John, h.p. 19 F. 
Insp. Veterinary Surged: 
Gudgin, T. P. 

Chaplains. 
Halpin, Xev. R., MA. h.p. 
Huleatt, Bev. H., MA. h.p 
Wright, fen. Arch. H. F 
MA. h.p. 

Royal Marines. 
Generals. 
Gascoigne, J. H., CB. r.f.] 
Langley,^?- G.C., KCB. i-.l. 
Lowder, S. N., CB. r.f.p. 
Marriott, H. 
Schomberg, G. A., CB. 
Stransham, Sir A. B., KC 
r.f.p. 

Major Genbeals. 
Boyle, R., CB. 
Kennedy, J. W. A. 



Generals. 

Leith, R. W. D., CB. 

Stannus, H. J., CB. r.f.p. 

Taylor, Sir A., iTCJJ.R. (Bengal) Eng. 
Lieutenant Genebals. 

Bruce, H. Le G.,CB. r.f.p.R. (Bengal) 
Art. 

Cadell, Alex. Tod, r.f.p. R. (Madras) 
Art. 

Crommelin,W.A., CB. r.f.p. B. (Ben- 
gal) Eng. 

Hatch, W. S., R. (Bom.) Art. 

Kaye, E., CB. r.f.p. R. (Bengal) Art. 

Lawrence, Sir G. St. P., CB., KCSI., 
late Bengal Staff Corps. 

Maxwell, H. H., CB. R. (Bengal) Art. 

Petrie, J. G., CB. R. (Bom.) Art. 

UlC Proljyn, Sir D. M., CB. KCSI. 
Bengal Cavalry. 

Strachey,R.,CSi.r.f.p.R.(Beng.)Eng. 

Tremenheere, C. W., CB. r.f.p. B. 
(Bombay) Eng. 



INDIAN ARMY. 

Major Generals. 
Anetruther, P., CB. r.f.p. R. (Madras) 

Art. 
Bourchier, Sir G., KCB. r. f. p. R. 

(Bengal) Art. 
Brownlow, Sir C. H., KCB. Bengal 

Bunny, A., CB. R. (Ben.) Art. 

Cotton,F.C.,CS7.r.f.p.R.(Madr.)Eng 

Falls, A. v., r.f.p. R. (Madras) Ai't. 

yer HUIs. sir J., KCB. R. (Ben.) Art. 

Jenkins, C. v., r.f.p. 

Lumsden, Sir P. S., KCB. CSI. 

Bengal S.C. 
Maunsell, F. R., CB. R. (Bengal) E. 
Pears, Sir T. T., KCB. r.f.p. B. 

(Madras) Eng. 
Pearse, G. G., CB. R. (Madras) Art. 
Richardson, W., CB. hite Bengal S.C. 
Uffi Roberta. iSij-F. S., Bt. OCB.CIE. 

R. (Bengal) Art. 
Spurgin, J.B., CB.CSI. 
Wallace, Sir R.,KCSI. latoBom. S.C. 



COLOKBLS. 

yd Blair, J., Bombay Cavalry. j 
Clephane, A. R., Madras S.C. ! 
Godby, 0. J., Bengal S.C. 
V€ Gough, Sir C.J. S., KCB. Ben; 

Cavalry. 
Hill, R. S., Bengal Infantry. 
Hogg, G. P., Bombay S.C. 
Johnson, A. B., Bengal S.C. 
Kennedy, T. G., CB. Bengal S.C. 
TJffi Macpherson, Sir H. T., KC 

Bengal S. C. 
Medley, J. G., R. (Bengal) Eng. 
Uffi Prendergast, H. N. D., CB. 

(Madras) Eng. 
Sankey, R. H., CB. R. (Madras) E 

Lieutenant Colonels. 
Brown, W., late Bombay Infantrj 
Hadfield, A. J. Madras Ehtab. 

Deputy Surgeons Gbnebal. 

De Renzy, A. C. C, CB. Bengal Be ■ 

I Townsend, S. C, CB. Bengal Bet 



Her Majesty's Body Guard of the 130 

Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at-Arms, 

The Body Guard of the Sovereign on all Fuhlic and State occasions. 
(Established in the Yeab 1509.) 

Captain Eiffht Hon. Charles Robert, Lord Carrington, 27 June 8i 

Lieutenant Str Gustavus Hume.i Xrei'.lateBt.Lt.Col. Unatt. 20 Nov 78 

Standard Bearer Wm. O'Bryen Taylor.is late Major 22 F.i Jan. 76. 

Gen-tlemex-at-Akms. 
ward Goodwin, late Major Cambridge Militia ^22 June 49 Robert Edw. Henry.ss late Brev. Lt.Col. 20 P ! 20 Julv 60 



i;apleton Charles Cotton Ipi6 Oct 



dward Sutherland, late Brevet Major 7 F .. 
■a. C. Wemyss, Lt. Colonel 4 Sn. West } 

.Ridiiifj -Regl. ( 6 West York Militia) J 

riffiu Xicholas, Brevet Major r. f. p. 5 F .... 
B. M'lrtimer, late Lt.Colonel Unattached. 
3nry Hardinc;e,"lateLt.Col. RifleBrigade .. 
.;vil Granville.s late Brevet Major 23 F.AdJu 

tant 2 Kfrfi: Ttifie Volunteers 

anhope Lc'.iiard Douglas Willan.^late Cap 

:tain 2F 

;iget John Bourke,i» late Captain 11 F. '..'.'!.' 
Qnry Jubling Wallack," late Captain 77 F..., 
hn Henry Lowndes, '-late Lt.Colonel 6F. ... 
hnJVfilnni.l Clarke,' Mate Captain loHus..., 
" ^ ' \ ikman,i= Captain h. p. 

4 -Bh. Middlesex Eegt. 



late Capt. 79 F., and 
' '"Imi.'I I Shrr.pshire IRifie Volunteers... 
luinghame Cuninghame,^i late Cap- 
George Ellison,22 late Major 47 F. .. 
I. D. MoiTison.is late Col. R.Marines 
he Stewart,^* late Colonel R. Marines 
s Sandeman,25 late Captain i Drs.... 



26 Feb. 52 
>i5 Nov. 60 
16 July 61 1 
22 July 61 1 
3 Feb. 63: 

9 Sept. 63 



Cha. Edwyn Wyatt,"' late Bt. Major 8 Hussars 
Arthur Campbell- Walker, 28 late Captain 79 
F. Adjutant i Sertfordshire Rifle Volunteers 
Walter Clopton Wingfield.^i late Major Mont- 
gomery Yeomanry Cavahry 

yjiC John Grant Malcolmson,^^ iate Lieut! 3 

Bombay Cavalry '. 

John Hampden Waller,^^ late Lieut. 28 F. ..." 
Wm. Chester Master, C^.34 late Colonel 28 F. 
Theodore Williams.s^ late Lieut. 10 Hussars... 
8 Oct. 63 j Horatio Page Vance. 38 late Lt. Col. 38 F. j 

25 Apr. 64 I Edward Andrew Noel.ss late Captain 31 Foot' 
17 Dec. 64 MontaguJno.Battve,*UateMajorIndianArmv 

17 Dec. 64 Shadwell H. Gierke." Colonel late 21 F. . ..'.I 
8 Mar. 65 j Reynold AUeyne Clement, late Capt. 68 Foot 

Charles Cooch,« Lt.Col. retired pay ! 14 Mar! 77 

I Edward Brown," Colonel, r.f.p. loi P j i July 77 

13 May 65: Geo. Henry Pocklington," late Lt.Col. 18 F... i July 77 
: I Henry Brackenbury,*? late MajorDepotBatt. 8 Nov. 77 
19 July 65 Francis Cunningham Scott,^ CB. late Colonel 

,; 42 F . oS Dec 7S 

18 Aug. 671 1 James Hornby Baller,« late Coionel Militarv 

15 Feb. 68, Train •' 22 Mar 81 

30 Mar. 69 William Ma thew Dunbar, -^^o Lt.Colonel ii p ' 

4 Juue69 24Foot I i6June82 

18 June 69;! 



July 69 

20 July 69 

22 Apr. 70 

25 May 70 
24 Aug. 70 
31 Oct. 70 
6 Mar. 71 
27 Feb. 74 
19 Mar. 75 
13 Apr. 75 
16 Apr. 75 
Apr. 76 



Clerk of the Cheque and Adjutant.— PhUip Llmborch Tillbrook.37 late Major Unatt.. 13 Dec 78 
■^«6Q^cer.— Lt.Colonel J. G. Saiideman," late Captain x Drs. 24 Feb. 74. 
Scarlet— J'«c«5'« Blue Velvet. | ^jeM^s, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

''iietr4,?';^fof'^Ihir"n,*^' 38th Regt. the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, and waspresentat the battle 
nf th°P Pp,^n^ n. H ??K ? ' '"^ *V^l "^^ ^^"'P '° ^''' ^""^"^ t'ampbell on the expedition to Kertch, and 
nt the Redan on the iSth Jane, m which the Major General was killed; was D.A.A.G. 3rd Division from 
dd TnrVi V, a' VTI t^"^ Clasps Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the MediicUe 



of Lucknow, and with G.-ant 
nor affiiirs (Medal with Clasp) 



Division during the 



summer 



campaign in Oude, including several 



^^Vi^ ., ' Hardinge served with the Rifle Brigade in the Kaflir war of 1846-47 ; and in that of 18,2-q, fMedall 
Z^f^^r, t:^l'«V'""' ^"f'i'"' *^^ insurgent Boers N.E. of the Great Orange^River in Aug 1848 when he wa, 
esent and shghtl.v wounded m the action at Boem Plaats. Served the East5.r,i nn,T,inn;<r„ ff rtt.' .^^w,;^„T^ 



Ai 1 T 1 , ■ Served the Eastern campaign of i8';4, including the 

^^uiteh 'MeSl)"!' '''°' °^ Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps. Brevet of Major.'^lh S of 



djidi 

J Major GranviUe served with the 23rd Fusiliers in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battles of Alma 
■ore^LuXow on 'VTn ' ^''''^''°^°' ^^'^'^'^^ -"^ three Clasps, ancf Turkish M^^lal) Joi?i!d Lord Clyde's Army 
It at Cnw^?, Z It^ ^°''- '^,5^' '"^^d "'as at the relief of the garrison ; also at the defeat of the Gwalior Contin- 

^cfptalH^^^Hn Cded tn'th^'c; """"^ ^* '^' T f Lucknow in Mar. 1858 (Brevet of Major, Medal with tvvo Clasps^ • 
fi»J?f ti ^^1'''^^ landed in the Crimea on 30th June 1S55 with the 13th Light Infantry and was nresent it thn 
fn°L^}^ ^t^JJt^'Il-J.'??^.^'''} falJl°'" Sebastopol iMedal with Clasp^ and Turkish Meclair 

• the Kaffir war of 1850-51 (Medal) ; and in 1852-53 in 



Captain Bourke served with the Cape Mounted Rifles' in 
Orange River Territory, where he commanded several .•^uc 



^sful patrols. 



tlp'',?r° aTv^I, ^°Tf ^v^ ^'''■''^'^ "^'^^ ^^^ *7t^ Regt. throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-5=, including the 
n " wts^n ^th June'^^everP?''"''" °\ V,^^'V1' ^^9^6 =ind fall of Sebastopol, sortilof 26tl/ocl and sto?min| 

ri f','ii'!;'"« , i^® served with the loth Hussars in the Crimean campaign from 17th April t8.;= includin<r the sieco 
iSof HfrS\fZv":.°. Tchorgaum battle of the Tchernay^a where he commLdedl"squadron"in suppoft 
^ CoZelSkmtn sm vPd' ^^^ .^^' "^''^ \1^ Cossacks near Kertch (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal), 
isent atthe nT^e nf " . -^-'1^ " -i.vo^ir.yn the Bengal Army, mcluding the Sutlej campaign of 1845-46, and 
roe TndiLAlX^^^ ' "''• F'-^'^-'i'^l "^^'^P^^^ °f ^848-49 (Medal), with GeAerSl Wheeler's Field 

ge of LTcknow nreTl^l ' ' ' ^^^' >?°^^"^"S t^f s'^ge and capture of Delhi, action of Bolundshur, and 

1 Sikh r^;^"v^,.\ ,^ ; V ' ' '"'' ^'^'] ■'^as awarded the Victoria Cross for having, when commanding the 

,Mti • ' 1. ;' .. ■ , 1' ' :'i '. ^\itU 100 of his men, attacked and utterly routed a body of 500 rebel 

' "' "i"''e than too men, capturing the two guns, and driving the surviving 

i<lc;:it was performed under every disadvantage of broken ground and 

. iJi a, i.Vr.uaal em-on'iir',:,- „',M " ' /''f'^!"'^' *'"''" ^ ^^^^ Occasion he received a severe sabre wound in the 

.' Lt Coloiv.' F,'pmp 1 " '' H^^^ ""'f •'' "* t'^c enem.v the effects of which compelled him to retire on half pay. 

\- ■'--'■"• '"^^^^^^ 

' ." '' ; i:"^ °!'w- ^^^'7'} ^^ Provost Marshal to the expedition, and afterwards as D.A A. 
. ; ,^,'"if,on at Canton (Brevet of Major). Served the campaign in the north of China in i860 

■ ucae^i ■ ,,."""• '■""^'"-','1 ■^''"-""^•sto™! iiix^ capture of the North Takoo fort (mentioned in de- 

I' MaiorT ' ' "" '■ ' ' ' ' " '" ■■''" tnree C'as:ps, and Brevet of Lt.Colonel). 

Linthr. .' ',,''ri,' '' ' -l^in the Burmese war of 1852-53 (Medal with Clasp for Pegu), 

fehtlv wu'i, ' : 1 1 • M ' ('"1 ' -r ' .' ;;'-/'^® ®^^^® ^^^ '*^' °' Sebastopol and assault of the i8th June— 
;t of the Mutiny of ,3 = ,-s' nr^,^'t.^':^^'r-'' ' '''^'\=^^ C|ass of theMedjidie). Also in India during the latter 

I Captain CxxnmaL^'-I ^^Il^^^J3^ \?-'^ ""'. "i^?^ months with afield force in the Deccan . 
p from Jan tii 
ffe Clasps, and Turkish Medal) 

i:eS; capture'^f^Ba^^^^^^^ °'" ^'''T^ '^*'^^ '^'\ "k'^H ^"'"'^''i^" *^« ^'*t"^=' °f ^^^^ and 

:J Turkish Medals, and .ti'cb'srof the Mec^'die) ' ' '°''''' '" '«''' °''*- ^^'''''' ^'"^^ '^""« °^^^P^' Sardinian 

II 



■,;;,„i ' ■" ' ^ "^^ iuHuv mouins wiin a neia lorce in the Deccan 

oTth p!r T^^'^ with the 79tb Highlanders in the Crimean campaign of 1854 np to 26th Nov., 

^Tui^ish Mortal) ^^' "^ ^^''^^ ■'"'"^ Balaklava, and stege of Sebistopol (Med.Ii' 



and 
with 



i^i The Honourahle Corps of Gentlemen-nt-Arws. 

" Colonel Stewart sen-ed throughout the campaign in Syr>a in x84o.-at ^^^^^^'^ crfc'rtTw»r''Si 
the storm and capture of Sidon, surrender of Beyrout, bombardment ^ml capture "t^^^ ^^ 'u V^^^^^^^^ ^ ^^ 

with Clasp, and Turkish Medal) . Served also on the ^^^t ^.oa^t of Alrica tro^^ 1^41 ^° 'Jll^^^^^^^as^ Ambriz. 
taohment of Marines a. the destruction of ^^veral Barracoons m^843 and hberated ^^.^^ ^^^. 

Black Point, Loango, Punta da Lmha, 25 mile* up the "v^r yongo d.i u a .eu aestroying the barra- 

inland, when he was attacked by a much superior force, and '^f*" lib"^"'^"^*^^ %^^4^^ J large force 

coons effected a safe retreat to the beach with tl^^l^men mortally w 

of armed Africans (mentioned in despatches) Served with the ^f *^^^^°^,;^\f,°yf g^iJ^o^'^^^^^^^^ the entrance of thj 
to 1866, and was present at the bombardment of the batteries at the btraits 01 oimuuusd , 
inland sea of Japan, on the 5th and 6th Sept. 1864. PvimP^Ti cnmnaio-n from the 6th Oct. 1854, 

Clasp, four times mentioned in despatches, ^^d Brevet of Ma,ior)^ g^^edition of 1857 (Medal with Clasp) . Also 

27 Major Wyatt served with the 14th Light D™g°°f^^ ^^ *^,^^^^^^ 
in the Central India Field Force under Sir Hugh Rose m 1858 and was P^f ??* f"''® ;';^^ Pagg, ^iege and capture ol 
action of Barodia, relief of Saugor, capture of Gurrakota, forcmg the Muddunpore ras., .ie„« 
Jhansi (Medal with Claspi. ti, Ti:„-ui„„riov= iti the Crimea subseouent to the fall of Sebaslopol, 

3i Maior Wingfield served with the ist Dragoon Guards throughout the campaign of^i 860 m ^^^ ^ September 

^'f ;Sr'? WiUiams served with the 10th Hussars in the Crimea from the 6th July to the xstOctober xSjs.iBcludi^ 

^l^^r^r^"^^^^^^^^^^^^^ t^- --- A--^ .Ss^ixicludinga. 

sieeeandfallofSebastopol (Medal with Clasn, and Turkish Medal). t„ tv,p Tctb ■Vn-il tS-=; t 

MTt rnlnnelTT ^ Vance sei-v'-d with the 38th Regiment in the Crimea from January to the 15th Ap.U ib^s. i 

vMprtal with two Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals). „ ■ 1 ,i,„„ +1,0 cip<.p ar 

'« Lt.Co oneTcooch'^served with the 6.nd Regiment in the CHniea from x.th ^°J-^54, mcludmg the e,eaj 
fall of Sebastopol and the sorties of the 5th 9th and lot^ May defence of the Quarries 7th June, <i^^^^^^ 
Redan on the i8th June (in command of the Wool-bag party of his regiment) ff <1 f^^^^eptraber (mentio^^^^^^ 
despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the ^^^d 'du; Sarmn« 
and Turkish Medals). Appointed Town Major in Sebastopol immediately after its fall for his services duimg u 
"'*Pco"o^nerE!lro'^*BervedthroughouttheSutlejcampaignof 1845-46, inclndin^^ 

Sobraon (Medal and Clasp). Burmese war of 185.-53, f^'fY'^''rj''i^Z%°'l^^'^^^^^ 
earrison on 14th Dec, and operations m the vicmity (Medal with C asp for Pegu). ^^PP'^^*!".^ X" p",„„gg 
mu^nyrincluding the battle of Budleekeserai. siege of Delhi and assault of tl^^l^edgate, wounded m five Peaces 
one dangerously (Brevet of Major. Medal with Clasp). Served m the Indaan N.W. Frontier war of 1863, ana w 
present at the attack and capture of the Conical Hill and Umbeyla (Clasp). o<.,r,nn;Tn nf i8=:2-;t (Med 

^ « Lt.Colonel G. H. Pockhngton served with the i8th Royal Irish m t^e Burmese campaign otiSs 2 53^^^^^^^^ 
with Clasp for Pegu). Served also in the Crimea from ist June 1855. including the siege and laUot beuastopoi,* 
flttflck of the i8th June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). „ „„ , „„eoT,tntt 

^"f M^or Brackenbury served with the lUt Regiment in the Punjaub campaign of '84^:f .• ^°/,,7,^,^Pf/„^S M^ 
battle of Goojerat, and with the Field Force in pursuit of the enemy to the ^^^y^e^/^f f, '^if.^'^^fA cwture 
Xo (Medal with Clasp) Present with the expedition to the Euzofzie Country and at the attack a'^d capture 
Jns^'SvilTages onthe xithand 14th Dec. iS^y (Medal with Clasp) Served with the rank otCaptan with t 
Turkish Contingent and performed duty as an EngineerOfticer m the Crimea m i8"-56(Tmlush Medal) 

« Lt.Colonel Scott served with the 42nd Highlnders throughout the Eastern c^^Pgi^^f^'^S^-SS. mclw mg 
battles of Alma and Balaclava, exr edition to Kertch and ^enikale, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal wtn^^^^^ 
Clasps, 5th Class of Medjidie and Turkish J[edall . Served also the campaign of .'^Y-sS ^f,^"^* 5^^„™"; f flu 
^dii, including the actions at Cawnpore (6th Dec. 1857), Seraighat, KhoOagui^i. S^ums«bad siege jn 1 lau 
i^ncknow and assault of the Martiniere and Banks' Rungalow, attack on the P ort of RooJ ah, ^ftion at A^lJ gun 
attack and capture of Bareilly (Medal with Clasp) . Embarked for the Go d Coast J^' ^.'^e 42nd ^ghlaml^s^^ 
served throughout the second phase of the Ashanti war m 1874. Was present at the batt e » Anioatul com 
the Regiment at the capture and destruction of Becc,uah (mentioned m S^r A. Abson s report to Sir Garnet wo^^ 
R,8 having had the particular direction of the withdrawal of the Rear Guard) battle of, O^,?.^^,^ j^„H.^°'„''it^^ 
the head) and capture of Coomasie. and with the 42nd formed the Rear Guard dy>>ig t^e nirmng of the atj , 
on every day's march until the arrival of the Forces at the Adansi Hills (mentioned m despatcucs, isievc 

^«^'cXnel'^Bnlll^r^"rrve'^^ 57th Regiment in the Eastern campaign of 1854, niJ'l^asveiT^e^^; 

wounded in the trenches before Sebastopol, and again whilst bemg carried back to the camp (Medal v 
and Turkii^h Medal). ^ 

* [For remainder of Note» see end of nt Life Oiiara 



Yeomen of the Guard. -3- 

Her Majesty's Body Guard. 

(InSTITDTBD by HeNET VII. IN THE Ykar 1485.) 

Cuutain Wm. John, Lord Monson, 3 May 80. 

Lieutenant . Lt.Uolonel Sir Arthur Need,' late of 14 Hussars, 11 Feb. 70. 

Mnuqn ...'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..... Colonel ifojf. William James ColviUe,^ late of Ritle Brigade, n f eb. 70. 

EXONS. 

Lt Colonel Charles Doyle Patterson.Mate of 10 Foot, 13 Feb. 62. 
Captain Francis Brockmau Morley,^ late of 40 Foot, 24 Oct. 68. 
Colonel Henry Hume,^ CB. late of Grenadier Guards, 22 Nov. 73. 
Lt.Colonel Francis iiaring,^ late of Scots Guards, 15 June 80. 
Clerk of the Cheque and Adjutant. -U.Co\on&\ Wm. Griffin Sutton,^ r. f. p. Cavalry Depot, q Jan. 62. 
•' 140 Teomen. 

^^en<».— Messrs. Cox and Co. 
I Sir ArUmr Need served the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49 as Aide de Camp to General Whish, and was present 
flnvin" the whole of thrsiegeopeiitions agknst and capture of Mooltan, and action of Soorjkoond; was also 
nresent at th^ surrender of tfeFo^t and garrfson of Cheniote, and battle of Goojerat txrice mentioned m despatches, 
MplnfwUhtwrnaTDS^ Served iu the uth Light Dragoons in the Persian expedition of 1857 (Medal with Clasp) 
Alt^w^htheCeSlndirfilldfo^^^^^ str Hugh Rose in 1857-58, and was present at the siege and capture 

tltltJtr'^'^.^^Til^^or.c^Vlnr, of Garrakot^ and pursuit of the rebels across the Beas (specia ly men- 



iebelsZdefCozeshahSn of Ranode (horse wounded), and pursuit of Tantia Topee (mentioned m despatches. 



, . Co\:neUhtHo'rwiHat Coi^^^^^^^ 

the ^Itle of AiLa°; siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, Kmght of the Legion 

mecun X the PuS'^am^^^ of 1848-49: including the whole of the siege operations before Mooltan actwn 
if Skhoond c iri vhig the heights before Mooltan, capture of the Dowlut Gate m command of the storming 
nartv im-ender Sf the fortress and battle of Goojerat (Medal with two Clasps). Commanded three companies of 
rhefo'th Regt in Shahabad with Major Eyre's field force at Dilawur, and capture of Jugdespore, and was mentioned 
^'^«nTIo?W^%?v" Uu^ operations in Scinde in ,84.. Served with the 40th 

rLV in XcgSi campaign and was present at the battle of Maharajpore, 29th Dec. 1843 (Bronze Star). 

rBKnfc.^rof the Lesion of Honor 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Modal). Was recommended for the 
Ivfctoria Cross bvLtGe^neralSirDelAcy Evans for "an act of special and useful valour at an important moment 
It tTe battlfof^the Ahna in seized a Colour and led over the bridge, the officers previously bearing it 

'rSSluUonrsr?;et'e~I^^ and the Turkish Medal, for services with the late 

r 8 U ColoTeKing served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the Scots Fusilier Guards, including 
the battWof Alma Balaklava and Inkerman (wounded), siege and fall of Sebastopol, and sortie on the 26th Oct., 
wounded by gtip^^^^^^^ (Medal with four C.asps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 

5th Class oif the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 



Major Rollo Gillespie Burslem, late of 13 F. {^Governor) 
j8 Major Francis Gee, retired pay. 
Colonel Paris Wm. Aug. Bradshaw, late Unattached. 
Lt.Colonel Joseph Sanderson, r.f.p. i F. 
Lt.Colonel Fred. Percy Lea, late Unattached. 
Captain Wm. Malouey, Quarter Master retired pay. 
Captain James Menzies. Quarter Master retired pay. 
Colonel William Stevens,' retired pay 



Military Knights of Windsor. 

Major James Powell.' r.f.p. 102 Foot. 

Captain James Baird,^ late of 88 F. 

Maior James Stillman," late of q F. [pay. 

Captain John Attkins Pickworth," RidingMaHer retired 

Colonel George de Rottenburgh,* CS. late of 100 F. 

Lt.Colonel Henry Fred. Saunders,^ late of 84 F. 

Captain W. N. Dyett, h.p. 

Major William Percy, '" retired pay. 



Colonel James John Graham, late Unattached. I Lt.Colonel George James Ivey," late of 4 W. India Regt. 

f 1 Colonel W. Stevens served with the 49tli Regt. throughout the operations ' in China (Medal) , commencing with 
, the first taking of Chusan and terminating with the landing before Nankm, including fe storm and capture of the 

Heights above Canton, attack and capture of Amoy, second capture of Chusan, ^"axjk and capture of the Height 

■ of Chinae, occupation of Ningpo and repulse of the night attack, attack and capture of the entrenched Camp on the 
i Heights of Segoan, capture of Chapoo, Woosung. Shanghae, and Chm Kiang Poo. Served in the Crimea siibse- 
1 quenttothe t^ll of Sebastopol from 9th April to the 6th August 1856. Served at the Gold Coast from May to 

• ''T^^lv'J^^^^'^^Sr^!^tl the capture of the fortress of Kui-nool in 1839 Served i- the CrVme-,^^^^^^^^^^^ 

■, from December 1854, and organised and commanded the 8th Battalion of the Land Transport Corps (Medal with 

* Clasp, and Turkish Medal). ^ . . . • i .5- „ n „ K„+fioo «f 
; ^ Captain Baird served with the 41st Regiment in the Eastern Campaign of '854;S5.mcludmg 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) • „, v,,„ *>,» v^cttv nf 

« Major Stillman served with the Carabineers in the Crimea from 14th August 1855, including the battle of 
I Tchernaya. siege and fall of Sebastopol, and operations near Eupatoria (Medal with Clasp, and lurkibh Medal). 
Was at Meerut at the Sepoy mutiny on loth May 1857, and served the campaign of that year, including the battles 
of Hindun, siege and fall of Delhi, and subsequent operations under Brigadier Showers (Medal with Clasp) 

7 Captain Pickworth served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the 8th Hussars, including the i^econnaia. 

sance to Silistria, battles of Alma, Balaklava. Inkeiman, and the Tchernaya affairs of Bulganak and M I^enzie 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 ot Kota ke 

f Serai, capture of Gwalior, and action of Boordah (Medal with Clasp). . , „ „ ^ 1 r at ■„ f.,,. =„, 

f 8 Colonel de Roltenburgh served in Canada during the rebellion and received the Breret rank of Major for ser- 

! vices there whilst employed on a particular service. „ , „ *. „-i.v, tv,« 

; 9 Lt.Colonel Saunders served at Sierra Leone and the Gambia from 1836 to 1841 ; was present with the 

expeditionary force in the interior in 1837 ; employed on a special mission to convey despatches to the * ronch aS 

( Senegal in 1838 ; commanded the troops at a riot at the Gambia in 1838. and whilst at night patrolling captured a 

gun. Served in the Indian mutiny, and was mentioned m despatches as having distinguished himself, and for most 

devoted and gallant conduct (Brevet of Major, and Medal). , j- , t* n .7. 

I IFor remainder of Notet see snd of 2nd Life Guards. 



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Pay. 


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Pay. 


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20 
16 
16 




15 
14 

12 




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7 
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1st Life Guards. 

The Royal Arms. "PExiNsrti" "Watbeloo.' 



I Hyde Park. 



Colonel-in-Chief.— Field Marshal Ilia Jtoyal Ilinhnene Albert Echvard, Frince 0/ Wales and Duke of Cornwall, 

KG. KT. KP. GCB. GCSI. GCMG. 29 May So. 
Colonel.— George Charles, Harl 0/ Lucan,i 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 ist Life Guards, 22 Feb. 65. 
Lieutenant Colonels.— Charles Wilmer Buncombe, Cornet 4- Sub Lt. •'22 July 56; Lieut. ^26 Aug. 59; Capf, 

''3 April 67; ^ajor 4-Liexdenant Colonel, 21 July 77 ; Lieutenant Colonel, i July 81 ; Colonel, 21 July 81. 

on. Reginald Arthur' James Talbot,^ Cornet 4- Suh Lt. ^it, May 59 ; Lieut. ^28 July 63 ; Capt. ^S May 67 ; 

Bt.Major, 14 July 80 ; Mnjor, i July Si ; Lieutenant Colonel, 21 July 82. ___^ 



Majors. 
CharlesNeedham* {Bt.Lt.Colonel,iS Nov.82) 

ffoH. Charles Cavendish George Byng 

Edward ifashiter Dansey, Adjutant Glou- ■) 
cestershire Yeomanry Cavahy j 

Captains. 

Sir Simon Maodonald Lockhart,^ Bart 

John Edmund Philip Spicer 

Reginald Charles Turnor" 

Algernon Fox Eric Smith 

Arthur William Hill-Trevor 

LlECTENANTS. 

Charles Napier Miles^ 

George Bridges H. Dennett, Lord Rodney = 

Henry Vincent Hi^gins 

Thomas Charles Pleydell CaUey'" 

Heru-y Gerard Leigh'i 

Arthur Henry John Walsh 

Gordon Carter {Biding Master 24 Jan. 7 

80), Adjutant 23 March Si S 

George Lindsay Holford 

James Douglas M'Garel-Hogg 

John Glynne Richards Hoiofray 



COENEI AN] 
SUB LlEri. 
(or 2ND LT.) 



17 Nov. 63 
8 June 67 
14 Sept. 67 



Pi7May 68 
'■12 June 69 
•"22 Mar. 



II May 
7 Aug. 



LIEUT. 



Pi I Jan. 67 
P30 Sept 
P. 5 May 69 



i'i7Ang. 70 

28 Oct. 7 

28 Oct. 7 

21 Sept. 7. 

6 Sept. 75 



31 Jan. 
23 April 



20 Nov. 
29 Nov. 
II Feb. 

11 Sept. 

12 Mar. 
7 July 

23 Mar. 
I July 
I July 

28 Jan. 



CAPTAIN. 



5 May 69 
9 Aug. 73 
28 Mar. 74 



21 July 77 
9 July 79 

27 Sept. 
2 Mar. 
7 July 



MAJOE. 



July 

July 
July 



[7 Jan. 



Biding Master. —'Kenrj Robertson, 17 Jan. 72 ; Son. Capta 
Quarter Master.- — James Govier, 28 June 82. 

^Surgeon Major. — Henry Frank Hensman, Sijr^reoji J/a;o»-, 29 June 80. 
S!(r9eon.— Seton Guthrie Hamilton, i3 27 April 81 ; Surgeon, 5 Feb. 81. 
' Veterinary Surgeon. — Francis Walker,i* 3 Oct. 62 ; 1st Class 23 May 74. 

Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Beturnedfrom France, January 1816. 
Lord Lucanservedthe 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 1854, 
including the battles of Alma, Balaklava (wounded) and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, 
KCB., Commander of the Legion of Honor, ist Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

^ Lt. Colonel the Hon. R. Talbot served in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1879 on the Staff of Colonel Baker 
Russell's Column (Medal with Clasp). Served with the ist Life Guards in the Egyptian war of 18S2, andwas 
present in the engagements at El Ma'gfar and Mahsama, in the two actions at Kassasin, and at the battle of Tel- 
el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, and 4th Class of the Osmanieh). 

* Lt. Colonel Needham served with the ist Life Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the 
engagements at El Magfarand Mahsama, in the action at Kassasin (28th August), and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir 
(Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

* Sir Simon Lockhart served with the ist Life Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the 
engagements at El Magfar and Mahsama, in the two actions at Kassasin, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal 
with Clai^p). 

' Captain Turnor served with the 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade in the second phase of the Ashanti War, in 1874 
(MedalJ. 

. ' Lieut. Miles served with the istLife Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the engagements 
at El Magfar and Mahsama, in the two actions at Kassasin, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp). 

'Lord Rodney served with the ist Life Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the engagements 
at EI Magfar and Mahsama, in the two actions at Kassasin, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp). 

"• Lieut. Calley served with the ist Life Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the engagements 
at El Magfar and Mahsama, in the two actions at Kassasin, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp). 

" Lieut. Leigh served with the ist Life Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, andwas present in the engagements 
at El Magfar and Mahsama, in the action at Kassasin (9th September), and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal 
with Clasp). 

•» Surgeon Hamilton.— For War Services, see Medical Department. 

•♦ Veterinary Surgeon Walker.-For War Services, see Veterinary Department. 



Continuation of Notes to Honourable Corps of Gentlemen-at- Arms. 

^ •»" Lt. Colonel W. M. Dunbar served with the 34th Regiment in the Crimea from the 12th July 1855, including the 
siege and fall of Sebastopol, and assault of the Redan on the 8th Sept. (Jlcdal with Clasp and Turkish Medal). 
AUo in the Indian campaigns in 1857-59, including the actions at Cawnpore on 26th, 27th and 2Sth Nov. 1857, siege 
and capture of Lucknow, relief of Azimghur, defeat ef the rebels at Bootwul, and affair at Bhowanie (Medal with 
Clasp). Served with the 2nd Battalion 24th Regiment in the Kafir war of 1878. Commanded the ist Battalion 
i>4th Regriment in Iho second advance into Zululand in the war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at 
Ulundi (Bevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 



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2nd Life Guards. 

• I The Royal Arms. " Peninsula " "'Wateeloo." 

f,Colonel-in-Chief.— Field Marshal 3is Royal Highness Albert Edward, Frince o/Wales and Bukeoj/ Cornwall, 
:; KG. KT. KF. GCB. GCSI. GC3IG. 29 May 80. 
Colonel.— George Fred., Viscount Templetown.i KCB. Ensign, P24 April 23; Zt. P29 Oct. 25; Capt. 
P12 Deo. 26; Major, ^le June 37; Lt. Colonel, ''16 April 41 ; Colonel, 11 Nov. 51; Major General, 26 0ct.58 ; 
' Lieut. General, 9 March 65 ; General, 6 April 73 ; Colonel, 2nd Life Guards, 10 Oct. 76. 
Lieutenant Colonels. — Henrj' P. Ewart, CS. Groom in Waiting to the Queen; Cornet, ''26 Feb. 58; Lt. 
1 ■'22 July 59 ; Capt. P25Mar. 62; Major and Lt. Colonel, 26 March 73; Colonel, 26 March 78; Lieutenant 

Colonel, 10 April 78. 
2 John Stephenson Ferguson,^ Cornet 4- Suh Lt. I'll June 52 ; Zt. 8 Dec. 54 ; Capt. 5 Sept. 56 ; Brevet Major, 
', 5 July 72; Major 4- Lt. Colonel, 10 April 78 ; Lt.Colontl, i July 81 ; Colonel, 10 Apr. 82. 

i . 



Majors. 

George Augustus Curzon' 

: Frederick Trench Townshend (Bt.Zt.) 

Colonel, 18 Nov. 82) J 

Hugh Richard, Viscount Downe* 



COBNET, 
LIEUT., 



Captains. 

Sir Archibald Lamb, Bart 

Edward Hanning Hanning-Lee 

Douglas Mackinnon Baillie Hamilton, ^ 

Zord Cochrane 

Charles Richard Tennant 

Audley Dallas Neeld 



OR 
2ND LIEUT. 



16 Nov. 60 
' 4 June 61 
' 8 Aug. 65 



LIEUT. 



P 9 April 61 
P28 Jan. 62 
Pio Nov. 69 



P21 Mar. 68 P14 Sept. 70 
P22Sept. 65iPisFeb. 
P 6 July 70 28 Oct. 

P 8 June 70 P31 May 71 
Pis Feb. 71 28 Oct. 71 



CAPTAIN. 



12 June 63 
8 Aug. 6s 
25 June 73 



6 Jan. 75 
26 July 76 
10 April 78 

8 Mar. 76 
13 April 



I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 

29 Nov. 79 



MAJOE. 



I July Si 
I July 81 
I July 8j 



LiBUTBNANTS. 

John Anstruther Smith-Cuninghame 11 Feb. 

Anthony Charles Sykes Abdy P28 Oct. 68 28 Oct. 

Charles Fred. St.ClairAnstruther-Thomsou iq June 74 

'H^on. William Spencer Bateman-Hanbiiry 29 Nov. 76 

Houston French 12 Nov. 73 

Rowland John Beech 6 Oct. 

Henry Dent Brocklehurst 29 Nov. 76 

Sir Geo. Compton Archibald Arthur, Bart. 6 Mar. 80 i July 

Mountifort John Courtnay Longfleld 23 Oct. 80 i July 

William Frederick Peel 22 Oct. 

Herbert Scarisbrick Naylor-Leyland 2 Aug. 

William Arthur Edward Boyd 29 Nov. 76 

Riding Master. — Charles Henry Burt, 8 June 81. 
Quarter Master. — Charles Stanhope Haines, 14 June 76. 
Surgeon Major. — George Frederick Hume-Spry, MD. 5 May 76. 
Surgeon.— Percy Gordon Radstock Young, 13 Oct. 80; Surgeon, 3 Feb. 78. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — John Ashworth Rostron, 11 Ja.n. 67 ; ist Class, 31 Jan. 77. 
Scarlet— i^aei»(;« Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from France, February i8i6. 

1 Lord Templetown served throughout the Eastern campaign of i8s4, and until March 1855, in command of th'o 
ist Battalion of Coldstream Guards, present at the battle of the Alma (mentioned in despatches), battle of Inker- 
man, in command of the Brigadeof Guards, which he brought out ofaction(wounded. and horse killed), subsequently 
in command of the ist 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 Colonel 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). 

s Major Curzon served as a Lieutenant in the 2nd Battalion of the Rifle Brigade m the Indian campaigns of 
i8s7-s8, including the actions at Cawnpore, siege and capture of Lucknow; subsequently with Ross' Camel Corps 
and present at the battle of Golowlee and capture of Calpee (Medal with two Clasps) . 

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



Continuation of Notes to Military Knights of Windsor. 

10 Major Percy served in the 4th Dragoon Guards in the Eastern campaign of 1854-35, and was present at 
the battles of Balaklava (severely wounded by a sabre-cut across the left cheek) and Inkerman, attack on Russian 
outposts on the 19th February 1855, battle of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three 
Clasps, Turkish Medal, Medal and gratuity of ;^i5 for distinguished conduct in the Field, and Knight of the Legion 
of Honour) . 

•I Lt. Colonel Ivey served with the Force employed in the suppression of the Negro insurrection in St. Lucia in 
1849. Commanded the expeditionary force employed against the Native Chiefs in Burra Kingdom, West Coast 
of Africa, in May 1862. 



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Royal Horse Guards. [segents Park. 

The Royal Arms. "Peninsula" "Wa.tbbi.oo." 
Colonel-in-Chief.— Field ilarshal His Soi/al Miff?iuei,s Albert Edward, Prince 0/ Wales and Duke 0/ Cornwall, 

JTG. KT. KP. GCB. GCSI. GCilG. 29 May 80. ^ „ r. r. . . ^ . 

olonel.-Hufrli Henrv, Lord Strathnairn.i GCB. GCSI. Emign, ^8 June 20; Lt. P24 Oct. 21; Copf. - 22 .Tnly 24 ; 

Mojnr, '■-,0 Dec. 26 ; Lt. Colonel, ^ij Sept. 39 ; Colonel, 11 Nov. 51 ; Uajor General, 12 Dec^ 54 ; ^.tru/. General, 

28 Fel). 60 -. General, 4 Feb. 67 ; J'ieW Marshal, 2 June 77 ; Colonel of Royal Horse Guards, 3 llnrch 69. 
Lieutenant Colonels.— Frederick Gustavus Burnaby, Cornet,^ 30 Sept. 59 ; Lt. 1*27 Sept. 61 ; Capt. ^17 July 66; 

Bf. Major, 10 Julv -9 ; ilnjor 4- Lt. Colonel, 11 Sept. 80 ; Lt.Colonel, 6 AprU 81. 
David Milne Home,' MP. for Beruicl-; Cornet, P6 May 62 ; X<. ^29 Dec. 65; Capt. ^2 Dec. 68; Major 
Lt.Colonel, 6 April 8r : Lieutenant Colonel, i July 81. _^ 



LIEUT. 



Majors. 
Son. OliverGeorgePowlett Montagu* (Bt. ■) 
Lt.Colonel, 18 Nov. 2$) 



8 Nov. 68 

2 Dec. 68 

igDec. 65 

19 Aug. 71 



28 Oct. 



70' 28 Oct. 71 

7o, 28 Oct. 71 

64 Pis Mar. 67 

2 Dec. 74 

j 23 April 73 

28 Feb. 75 

28 Feb. :4 



29 June 78 



4 Sept, 
9 Sept. 

II Sept. 80 

6 Apr. 8 
II Apr. 8 
18 May 81 

I Nor. 7S 

7 July 

17 June 78 



6 July 70 

31 Oct. 71 

19 Aug. 74 

11 Sept. 75 



BEET.KAJ. 



8 Dec. 77 

25 Sept. 78 

I Nov. 79 

ti Sept. 80 

6 April Si 

[I April 81 

18 Ma J' 81 



SIAJOB. 



Nov. 



July 63 

GilDert Stirling '. P29 Dec. 65 

Alfred Mordaunt Egerton, Equerry '0 Vp,, Tui-r- 61 

, U.K.U. the Duke of Connaught S ,^ ^ 

Charles Gore, Xorrf Kilmarnock ^ j 3n\y 69 

Captains. ' 

Xord Henry Arthur George Somerset •'31 July 69 P19 Aug. 7] 

ifoji.Wm.Chas.Wentworth-FitzWilliam.... r29 Jan. 7o| 28 Oct. 71 
John Hew North Gustave Henry, Viscount ^ p^g y^y^ 

Dalrymnle > I 

Frederick Richard Gascoigne ''22 June 

George LamplughWickhamS ^'12 Nov. 

John SejTnour Wynne Finch ''12 July 

John Fielden Brocklehurst" ' 

Lieutenants. 

Evelyn George Hammond Atherley 

Charles Baldwyn Childe-Pemberton^ 

Lord Henrj' Edward Brudenell Somerset" 

Hon.LionelFrancisGeorgeByng,.4rf/!(fa; 

9 Sept. So 

Charles William Selwj-ni" 30N0V. 

Howard Henry Howard-Vyse 13 Aug. 

Frederick Charles Strickland-Constable ... 28 April 

George, Lord Binning'- 11 Sept. 

Sir John Christopher Willoughbj-, ^~Bt 23 Oct. 

Stephen John Hatfield Harter S Dec. 

Christian Combe 5 Oct. 

Alexander Gordon 1* 19 Deo. 

Riding Master. — Robert Weir, 13 April Si. ' 

Quarter Master. — William Gordon, 19 Nov. 81. 

Surgeon Jfa/oi-.— Heinrich Freiderich Lawaetz Melladew, MD.^b 4 Sept. 80. 
Surgeon. — William Maunsell-Coliins, MD. 29 Sept. 80; Assist. Surg. 2 Oct. 66. 
Veterinary Surgeon. — Mathew John llarpley,'^ 24 April 54 ; is* Class, 9 Jan. 63. 
Blue — Facings Scarlet. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 

Seturned from France, 2 February 1816. 

• Lord Strathnairn served the Sjrian campaign of 1840-41 (Medal, CB., Cross of St. John of Jerusalem of Prus.cia, 
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 Sebastopol (Medal and Clasps. Major 
General, KCB., Commander of the Legion of Honor, and 3rd Class of the Medjidie). Commanded the Central India 
Field Force throughout the Mutiny of 1857-58, 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 
Ohundehree, siege and capture of Jhansi and Calpee, and various other engagements terminating in the storm and 
capture of Gwalior and restoration of the Maharajah Scindia to his capital (GCB. and promoted Lt.General " in 
consideration of his eminent services," Medal with Clasp). 

' Lt.Colonel Milne Home served with the Royal Horse Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in 
the engagements at El Magfar, Mahsama, and in the action at Kassasin on the 28th August (Medal). 

* Lt.Colonel Hon. O. G. P Montagu served with the Royal Horse Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was 
present in the engagements at El Magfar and Mahsama, and in the action at Kassasin on the 28th August (Brevet 
of Lt. Colonel. Medal). 

c Captain Wickham served with the Royal Horse Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the 
engagements at El Magfar and Mahsama, in the two actions at Kassasin, and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (men- 
tioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). 

^ Captain Brocklehurst and Lieut. Lord Henry Somerset served with the Royal Horse Guards in the Egyptian 
war of 1882, and were present in the engagements at El Magfar and Mahsama, in the two actions at Kassasin, 
and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp). 

' Lieut. Childe-Pemberton sers'ed with the Royal Horse Guards in the Egyptian war of 1S82, and was present in 
the engagements at El Magfar and Mahsama, in the action at Kassasin on the 9th September, and at the battle of 
Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp). 

'0 Lieut. Selwyn sen'ed with the Royal Horse Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the 
engagement at El Magfar (Medal). 

'* Lord Binning and Sir John Willoughby served with the Royal Horse Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and 
were present in the action at Kassasin on the 9th September and at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp). 

1* Lieut. Gordon served with the goth Light Infantry in the Gaika war of 1878, including the operations in the 
Waierkloof and the Perie Bush. Also served throughout the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagement 
at Zungiu Nek, Kambula, and Uliadi (Medal with Clasp). 
■5 Veterinary Surgeon Harpley.- SFor War Services, see Veterinary Department, 
'burgeon Slajor Melladew. — For War Services, see Medical Department. 



Meerut.^Bengal. "] 



1st {Tlce Kliufs) Dragoon Guards. 



136 



Depot, C anterbury. 
Years'Ser.) The King's Cj'plier within the Garter. "Blenheim" " Ramillies " " Octdenahde " " Malplaquet" 

"Deitingbn" "Watekloo" "Sevastopol" "TakuFokts" "Pekin" "South Africa, 1879." 
SfiZ: Zll:Z: Colonel.— Henry Aitchison Hankey, Ensign, ^26 June 23; Zt. Pjo 5Iar 25; Capt. ^15 Aug. 26; Major, 
^2j Sept. 33 ; Lt. Colonel, i Mar. 39 ; Colonel, 11 Nov. 51 ; MajorGeneral, 6 July 57; Lieut.General, 29 Apr. 64 ; 
General, 7 Dec. 71 ; Colonel ist Dragoon Guards, i Jan. 72. 
Lieutenant Colonels. — Richard Jamea Combe Marter.^ .4i(fe de Camp to the Queen; Cornet, ^iS Jan. 51; 
Lt. P29 April 53; Capt. •'9 Dec. 62; Major, 7 March 77; Bt. Zt. Colonel, 15 Oct. yg; Colonel, i^ Jan. 81; 
Zf. Colonel, I July 81. 
William Henry Thompson.'i Cornet, 10 May 64 ; Zt. ''20 Feb. 67 ; Captain, 12 Feb. 73 ; Major, 1 July 81 ; 
Zt. Colonel, 9 Dec. 81. 



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Majoes. 
William Vesey Brownlow^ (Bt.Lt. Colonel, ') 

18 Feb. &2), Assist. Commandt.Cav. Depot ) 
Charles Adrian Gough Becher,' Adjutant \ 

Oxfordshire Yeomanry Cavalry J 

Henry Percy Douglas Willan' 

Hamilton Campbell Vetch 



CAPTAIIfS. 

George Edmund Rogers 

Peter Marrow,'" Inst, of Musk. Cavalry \ 
Depot; Adjutant Lanark. Yeo. Cavalry ...> 

John Alexander' 

Richmond G. Nicholas' (Riding Master \ 

13 April 72) ( 

William Henry Harkness^ 

Gumming Dewar'^ 



Lieutenants. 
Robert Thomas Graves Dowry' . 
William Richard Goold-Adams' . 

John Saltren Willettis 

John Edward Benbow 

George Wentworth Forbes 

Henry Lee Pennell 

William Henry Hennah 

Francis Edward Younghusband . 

John Deans Moncur 

Alfred Waters 

Tom Fergusson Graham 



April 59 'la May 61 



captain. 



May 



•"soSept. 68P23Mar. 70' 15 July 

''12 Oct. 67 Pm July 69' 17 Dec. 

P 8 July 68 28 Oct. 71 20 Mar. 

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P^oMay 69 Pzi June 71, 27 Oct. 

28 Oct. 71 28 Oct. 71! 28 Oct. 

30 Dec. 72 9 Dec. 

I 14 Feb. 74 15 Oct. 

I II Sept. 77 6 May 

8 Dec. 77 19 Feb. 79 1 2 Oct. 



16 Feb. 78: 22 Mar. 
I May 78 30 Nov. 
n May 78 2 Feb. 



beev.maj. 



29 Nov. 79 



9 Dec. 
1 Feb. 
6 May 



22 Jan. 
24 Aug. 



I July 

I July 
28 Jan. 

6 May 
10 May 
17 Aug. 

4 Oct. 
21 Oct. 



Paymaster.— 

Riding Ifasiei-.^George Matthews, 8 Feb. 82. 

Quarter Master. — John O'Donnell, 27 Feb. 75. 

Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Umbarkedfor Natal, 28 February 1879. 

' Colonel Marter served with the ist Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879 from the 9th April, and commanded' 
I detached squadron of his regiment in tbo field from the ist Juno until the conclusion of the campaign, including 
;he cavalry affair at Erzunga.yan on 5th June. Captured the Zulu King in the Ngome Forest, and brought him to 
dlundi, having under his command at the time a squadron of the King's Dragoon Guards, a company of the Natal 
N'ative Contingent, and an officer and ten men of irregular mounted troops (mentioned in despatches, and pro- 
noted Bt.Lt. Colonel "in recognition of the service performed by him in having effected the capture of Ketchwayo 
,he Zulu King, in the Ngome Forest," Medal with Clasp). ' 

3 Majors Becher and Willan, Captain Harkness, Lieuts. Dowry and Goold-Adams served with the King's Dragoon 
juards in the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp), 

5 Lt.Colonel Thompson served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879 in the squadron under 
Slajor Marter, including the cavalry affair at Erzungayan (Medal with Clasp). 

* Lt.Colonel Brownlow served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, and was Orderly Officer to 
Colonel Drury Lowe, commanding the cavalry in the engagement at Ulundi (mentioned in de.spatches). Afterwards 
jommanded a squadron of his Regiment in Baker Russell's Plying Column (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 

' Captain Alexander served with the King's Dragoon Guards iu the Zulu war of 1879 in the squadron under Major 
barter, from ist June to the end of the war, including the cavalry affair at Erzungayan and the capture of King 
3ety wayo (Medal with Clasp) . 

8 Captain Nicholas served as Adjutant with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal with. 
31asp). 

1" Captain Marrow served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879 in the squadron imder Major 
barter, including the cavalry affair at Erzungayan. Acted as Adjutant and Quarter Master to the squadron and 
subsequently as Staff Officer at Fort Newdigate (Medal with Clasp). ' 

" Captain Dewar served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879. Served afterwards with the- 
\Iounted Infantry (94th Regt.) throughout the operations against Sekukuni, and was present at the attack and 
;apture of the stronghold, 28 November 1879— severely wounded (Medal with Clasp). 

" Lieut. Willett served in the Zulu war of 1879 with the Field Force in Natal and the Transvaal (Medal with Clasp). 



137 



Years 
Full 



2nd Dragoon Guards (Queen's Bays). [ijanehester. 

The Royal Cypher within the Garter. " Ltjcknow." 
Colonel —Sir Charles Pyndar Beauchamp Walker, ^ KCB., Director General of Military Education; Ensign, 

P27 Feb. 36 • Lt. 21 June 39 ; Capt. ''22 Dec. 46 ; Major, 8 Dec. 54 ; Lieutenant Colonel, Pg Nov. 55 ; Colonel, 

a Nov 60 • Major General, 6 Mar. 6S ; Lieut. General, 1 Oct. 77 ; Colonel 2iid Dragoon Guards, 22 Dec. 81. 
Lieutenant Colonels.— William Banning Lee, Cornet, ^21 Nov. 65 ; Lt. P21 Oct. 67 ; Capi. ^5 Nov. 70 ; Major,< 

zDec. So; Lt.Colo7iel, I Jalj Sz. ^ „ ^ , „,^^ . -,r ■ 

Charles Albert Leslie Attila French, Cornet, ^15 June 60; X/. P23 June 65; Capt. i"i3 Jan. 69; Major, 

I July 81 : Lt. Colonel, 21 July 82. 



Majoks. 



Peter Aubertin PjeMay 65 

James Frederick Stuart Menteth,^(ytt<anO Qct 64 

Ayrshire Yeomanry Cavalry S * 

Francis James Ashbumer ^ 9 April 70 



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Captains. 

Benjamin Relf^ 

Foster Cunliffe Lister Kay 

Arthur Lewis George Gould 

Joseph Alexander Lambert 

Nicholas Sadlier,^ Adjutant Sampshire'i 

Yeomanry Cavalry > 

Henry Clerk 

Frederick Gordon-Mackenzie 



Lieutenants. 

John Cecil de Veel TattersaU 

Cuthbert Pilkington Dawson 

Francis Savile Barton 

George Berthon Preston 

George John Scott 

Capon Henry Preston, Adjutant 2 July 79 . 

Robert Piennes Hibbert 

George Prescott Douglas 

Cecil Henry Polhill-Tumer 

James Edward Dewar 

Gieorge O'Connor 

William Kirk 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



28 May 


70 


P22 Dec. 


69 


10 April 78 


II May 


78 


22 Jan. 


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23 April 


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P 6 July 70 ''27 Sept. 71 
•"16 Mar. 70 29 Jan. 74 
P30 Nov. 70 19 Jan. 76 



27 Sept. 71 
30 Dec. 71 
30 Dec. 73 
2 Dec. 74 



: Oct. 7i 



9 Aug. 7 
12 Aug. 76 



13 July 

14 Dec. 
2 July 
1 Dec. 
I July 
I July 
I July 

1 July 

29 July 82 
9 Sept. 82 

2 Aug. 82 



I July 81 
I July 81 
21 July 8: 




Paymaster.— Thomas Aked, 30 Jan. 79 ; Ens. P5 Apr. 64 ; Lt. P4 Apr. 65 ; Capt. P30 Mar. 67. 
Riding 3fa«<er.— Henry Andrew Hughes, 23 July 79. 
Quarter Master.— 'WiWia.m Carter, 7 Jan. 82. 

Scarlet— -FacJH^s 'BvSS.— Agents, Messrs. Ridgway and Sons. 
Heturned from India, 31 January 1870. 
1 Sir Charles Walker served the Eastern campaign of 1854 as Aide de Camp to the Earl of Lucan, including the 
battles of Alma, Balaclava, and Inkerman, and siege of Sebastopol ; was also at the cavalry affair the day previous 
to Alma; at the surprise of the Russian rear-guard at M'Kenzie's Farm; and served as a volunteer on board 
H M S. Bellerophon at the bombardment of Sebastopol on the 17th October (Medal with four Clasps, 5th Class of 
the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the field in India in 1859, first in command of a Field Force at 
Secrora in Oude, near which place he defeated the rebels on 27th April, and afterwards in command of the Column 
which accompanied Sir Hope Grant to the Nepaul Frontier, including the action of the Jcrwah Pass (Medal). 
Served in China throughout tlie campaign of i860 as Assistant Qr. Master General of Cavalry, and was present at 
theactionsof the 12th" August, 18th and 21st September, and in the advance on Pekin {CB., Medal with Clasps). , 
Served in the campaign of 1866 in Bohemia and Moravia as British Military Commissioner at the Head Quarters | 
of the Second Prussian Army under H.R.H. the Crown Prince, and was present at the battles of Nachod and 
Koniggratz (Medal) . The 2nd Class of the Red Eagle with Swords offered to him by the King of Prussia he was 
prevented from accepting by existing regulations, but having received permission to accept and wear the 1S66 
Medal it was forwarded to him directly by the King of Prussia, accompanied by an autograph letter from His ' 
Majesty. Served throughout the Franco-German war in 1870-71, as British Military Commissioner at the Head , 
Quarters of the 3rd German Army under H.R.H. the Cro^vn Prince of Prussia, and was present at the battles of 
Weissemburg, Worth, and Sedan, and throughout the investment of Paris, and received the permission of Her 
Majesty to accept and wear the Iron Cross, and the Medal granted at the termination of the campaign. 

6 Captain B. Relf served with the loth Hussars in the Crimean campaign from the 17th April, 1855, including 
the capture of Tchorgaum, battle of the Tchemaya, Expedition to Kertch, and destruction of and affairs at j 
Taman (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

> Captain Sadlier served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1S79, ia the squadron under Major | 
Alarter, including the cavalry affair at Erzungayan (Medal with Clasp) . 



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3rd. 'Tli'sPnu.cc of Wales') Dragoon Guards. 138 

The Prince's Plume. The Rising Sun and Red Dragon. "Blenheim" "Rimillies" "Oudenabde" 
" JJIiLPLAQUEi " "Talateka" "Albuhera" " Viiiohia " " Penin.stjla " "Abyssinia. " 
Colonel.— Robert Richardson Rohertson,! CB. Cornet, ^8 June 26 ; Li. Pg April 29 ; Capt. Pi6 Aug. 33 ; Major, 
June 41 ; Lt. Colonel, ^22 Dec. 43 ; Colonel, 20 June 54; MajorGeneral, 14 May 59 ; Lieut. General 11 Jan. 



General, 13 Apr. 75 ; Colonel 3rd Dragoon Guards, 17 June 66. 
Lieutenant Colonel. — Frederick John George Murray, Cornet, ^16 May 62 
69 ; Major, 31 May 76; Lieutenant Colonel, i July 81. 



£<.Pi7 Nov. 63; Capt.Piy April 



Majobs. 

John Davison 

Otho Glynn Bolitho, at Staff College 

p.s.c. Herbert Stewart,^ CB. (Bt. Li.- 
Colonel, 24 July 80, Colonel, 18 Nov, 82), 
Aide de Camp to the Queen, atid Aide de 

Camp to ike Lord Lieut, of Ireland 

Captains. 

Ernie Kerr Amyatt Burney 

Fred. Horace Davis Bellwood Bellwood, ) 
Adj. Nottinghamshire Yeomanry Cavalry S 

Frederick Meyer Wardrop» 

Henry Frank Egbert Lucas, Adjutant \ 



[2 Mar. 
14 Oct. 



^24 Nov. 63 

P28 Oct. 68 
f 3 April 69 
''30 .Tune 69 
64 



[ Feb. 65, 
! Jure 69. 



25 Jan. 
12 Feb. 



July 65 1 J" 1 1 April 68 



29 Nov. 79 



''30 June 69 

P28 May 70 

Pio Aug. 70 
II Nov. 



'15 Feb. 
28 Oct. 
30 Dec. 
14 Feb. 

2 Dec. 
4 Dec. 

II Feb. 76 

24 Jan. 80 

II Feb. 80 

14 Oct. 80 

I July Si 

I July 81 

I July 81 

6 Sept. 76 



31 Oct. 
16 Feb. 

I May 
29 Nov. 

6 Feb. 
26 May 



I July 
I July 



July 



IS Nov. 82 



14 Oct. 
I July 



16 Aug. 61 ; Capi. 3 Aug. 72. 



ire Yeomanry Cavalry ] | ^^ JNov. 

William Utting Cole ''28 May 

Roger Kennedy Parke ''10 Aug. 

William Frederic Hamilton Yatman., 
Greville Ewing M'Clellan, Adj. 14 Apr. 74 

JjIEUTENANTS. 

John Frederick Stracey Lee-Barber 

Pryce Meyrick Pryce 

Lindesay Cole Parker 

John George Woodley 14 Sept. 78 

John Edward Fitzmaurice Hughes Roche 13 Aug. 79 

William Hutchinson Hillas 1 14 Jan. 80 

Coventry Williams 1 14 Jan. 80 

John Joseph Martyn 23 Oct. 

Henry Hamilton MacFarlane 12 Mar. 

Henry Gillon I 

^^ Paymaster.— George Fred. Harris, 19 Dec. 81 ; Ens. 31 Dec. 58 ; Lt. 
'.'.'\ Siding Master. — Eugene Henry Nicholson, 24 May 79. 
Quarter Master. — Thomas Brown, 30 Nov. 8i. 

Scarlet— -Facin^^s Yellow.— ^^ck^s, Messrs. Hopkinson and Co. 
Returnedfrom Abyssinia and India, June 1868. 
' 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.). 

* Colonel Stewart served as Brigade Major of Cavalry in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present at the cavalry 
affair at Erzungayan. Specially employed on the lines of communication after the breaking up of the Cavalry 
Brigade (mentioned in Colonel Russell's report, Brevet of Major). Served as Principal Staff Officer to the Trans- 
vaal Field Force in the operations against Sekukuni, and subsequently as Military Secretary and Chief of the 
Staff to Sir Garnet Wolseley (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Lieutenant Colonel,' Medal with Clasp). Went to 
South Africa on special service in January 1881, and served in the Boer war as Assistant Adjutant and Quarter 
Master General (mentioned in despatches). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Assistant Adjutant and Quarter 
Master General of the Cavalrj- Division, and was present at the engagements of El Magfar and Tel-el-Mahuta, the 
two actions at Kassasin, the battle of Tel-el- Kebir and capture of Cairo (mentioned in despatches. Aide de Camp to 
the Queen, CB., Medal with Clasp, and 3rd Class of the Osmanieh). 

5 Major Wardrop served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Aide de Camp to Sir Garnet Wolseley, and was present 
at the engagements of El Magfar, Tel-el-Mahuta, Kassasin (9th Sept.), and in the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned 
n despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). 



139 



4tli {liuijal Irish) Dragoon Guards, 



[ Brighten. 



The Harp and Crown, and the Star of St. Patrick, with the motto " Quisseparabit?" "Penihstjla" 

"Balaklata" " Sbvasiopol." 

Colonel —Sir Edward Cooper Hodge.i KCB. Cornet, 3 Aug. 26; Lt. ^3 July 28; Capt. ^ig Dec. 34; Major,- 

^3 Dec. 41; Lt. Colonel, P3 Oct. 4S ; Colonel, 28 Nov. 54; Major General, 30 Jan. 63; Lt. General, 25 Oct. 

71 ■ General, i Oct. 77 ; Colonel 4th Dragoon Guards, 6 Jan. 74. 
Lieutenant Colonels.— Thomas Bradney Shaw-HelUer,^ Cornet, ''27 Sept. 61 ; Lt. P7 April 63 ; Capt. ^17 April 

67 • Major, 2 June 76 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 1 July 81. 
Philip Edward Pope,^ Coriiet, ^-22 May 63; Lt. ^ii July 65; Capt. ^22 Oct. 70; Major, i July 81 ; Lieutenant 1 

Colonel, 7 Mar. 82. 



Majoks. 
George Ramsay Alured Denne* {Bt. Lt.~> 

Colonel, iS Nov. 82) i 

Charles Henry Currey, Adjutant Pembroke ) 

Yeomanry Cavalry S 

Mervyn ChalonerStephen Tyate, Adjutant \ 

Eait Kent Yeomanry Cavalry i 

Captains. 

Laurence Murphy 

John Hubert Hussey^ 

Henry Ernest Baskerville Walton' 

Fiederick Thomas Penton' 

Joseph Watkins William Darley^ 

Arthur Abney Sandys' 

John Algernon Aylmer" 

Nicholas Henry Baconi^ 

LiBUIBNANIS. 

Belford Randolph Wilson" 

Robert Le Mesurier Willoughby.i* ^i?;"- ■> 

tant 21 June 79 J 

John William Dent 

Charles Skinner Dansey Oldham Oldham.. 

John Orr-Ewing' 

Duncan Vernon Pirie'^ 

Charles William Albert Law 

Frank Conway-Gordon 

Charles Michael Edgeworth Brinkley 

Francis Blayney Lucas Woodwright 

Charles Henry Wynne Donovan 

Herbert Maynard Pickthall 

Baldwin John St. George 

Gerald Burrell Geach 

William Frederic Shakespear 



Pi6Mar. 60 p 9 Aug. 64 
'la Sept. es;' s Jan. 70 



PiaMar. be? 9 April 70 



[7 April 67! 



II May 78 

II May 78 

14 Jan. 80 

14 Jan. 80 

7 June 79 



28 Oct. 71 

23 Mar. 73 

23 April 73 - _-. 

12 Nov. 74 29 Oct, 



CAPTAIir. 



' 8 June 70 
27 June 74 
16 Jan. 75 



18 Feb. 75 

14 Dec. 78 

10 Aug. 79 

Oct. 81 



13 June 74 
28 Aug. 75 
3 May 77 

[o Jan. 74 
13 April 81 
13 April 81 



3 April 

1 July 

4 Dec. 
29 July 
29 July 
29 July 

2 Aug. 
2 Aug. 
2 Aug. 
2 Aug. 

Aug. 



> June 82 
5 July 82 
I Aug. 82 



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1 July 81 



1 Sii- Edward Cooper Hodge com- 
manded the 4th Dragoon Guards im 
„^ the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 ; was 
82ion board H..M.S. Sanspareil in the 
82 naval attack on Sebastopol 17th Oct. 
82 1 1854; also present at the battles of 
S^lBalaklava and Inkerman, siege of 
81.1 Sebastopol, night-attack on Russian 
82!outpost8, 19th Feb., and battle of 
82lTohernaya, 16 Aug. 1S55 (Medal with 

^_ S2!three Clasps, CB., Officer of the 

9 Aug! 82;Legion of Honor, 3rd Class of the 
Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
Cor. 3 Sept. 70; Lt. 28 Oct. 71 ; Ccpt. 29 Sept. 80. 



Paymaster.— 'Renry Frederick Lane, 9 Nov. 

Piding 3fas<er.— James Horton, 28 April 75. j 

Quarter Master. — Solomon Williams, '^ u Apr. 68 ; I[on. Captain, i July 81. ] 

Scarlet— JPaci7(9« Blue.— ^^en^, A. Lawrie, Esq. 

Returned from the Crimea, July 1856. I 

* Lt.Colonel Shaw-Hellier served with the 4th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 18S2, and was present ' 
in the engagements at Tel-el-Mahuta and Kassasin on the 28th August (MedalJ. \ 

^ Lt.Colonel Pope served with the 4th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the '. 
engagements at El Magfar, Tel-el-Mahuta, and Kassasin on the 9th September (Medal). 

■* Lt.Colonel Denne served with the 4th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 1SS2, and was present in the 
engagement at Tel-el-Mahuta, the two actions at Kassasin, the battle of Tel-el-Kebir, and the capture of Cairo 
(mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and 3rd Class of the Medjidie), 

^ Major Hussey served with the 4th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the ' 
engagements at El Magfar and Tel-el-Mahuta, the two actions at Kassasin, the battle of Tel-el-Kebir, and the ' 
capture of Cairo (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). 

' Captains Walton and Sandys and Lieut. Orr-Ewing served with the 4th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian wax ' 
of 1882, and were present in the engagement at Tel-el-Mahuta, the two actions at Kassasin, the battle of Tel- I 
el-Kebir, and the capture of Cairo (Medal with Clasp). 

s Captain Penton served with the 4th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 1SS2, and was present in the ' 
engagements at El Magfar and Tel-el-Mahuta, and in the two actionsat Kassasin (Medal). 

'■* Captain Darley served with the 4th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the two 
actions at Kassasin. the battle of Tel-el-Kebir, and the capture of Cairo (Medal with Clasp). 

" Captains Aylmer and Bacon served with the 4th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 1SS2, and were 
present in the engagements at El Magfar and Tel-el-Mahuta, the two actions at Kassasin, the battle of Tel-el- 
Kebir, and the capture of Cairo (Medal with Clasp). 

13 Lieut. Wilson served with the 4th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the 
engagement at Tel-el-Mahuta, the two actions at Kassasin, and thebattle of Tel-el-Kebir (Medal with Clasp and 
5th Class of the Medjidie). 

-* Lieut. Willoughby served as Adjutant 4th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 1S82, and was present in 
the engagement at Tel-el-Mahuta and iit the action at Kassasin on the 28th August (Medal). 

'^ Lieut. Pirie served with the 4th Dragoon Guards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present in the 
engagements at El Magfar and Tel-el-Mahuta, and at the two actions at Kassasin (mentioned m despatches, 
Modal). 

'8 Captain Williams served in the 4th Dragoon Guards throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including - 
the battles of Balaklnva, Inkerman, and Tchcrnaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and 
Turkish Medal). Served witli the .(111 Dragoon Giiards in the Egyptian war of 1882, and was present at the two 
actions at Kassasin, the battle of Tel-el-Kebir, and the capture of Cairo (Meda) with Clasp). 



5th {Frlncess Charlotte of Wales') Dragoon Guards. 



14 



" Vestigia nidlaretrorsum."—" 'Bi^v.^'o.'EiM.'' "UiMiLLiEs" " Oudeitaede " " Malplaquet ' 
"Salamanca" "Vittoria" "Toulouse" "Peninsula" "Balaklata" "Sevastopol." 
Colonel. — Richard Parker, Cornet, ''2 Aupf. 22 ; Lt. ''31 July 25 ; Capi. P30 June 28 ; Bt.Major, 23 Nov. 41 ; 
Major j- Lt. Colonel, 9 Nov. 46 ; Colonel, 20 June 54; Lt. Colonel Sf Colonel, 20 June 54; Major General, 
24 Aug. 61 ; Lieut. General, 2 Jan. 71 ; General, i Oct. 77 ; Colonel 5th Dragoon Guards, 7 Dec. 71. 
Lieutenant Colonels.— Sir James Dyson 'Bowme, Bart., Cornet, '^21 Dec. 60 ; Li. ^j Nov. 62; Capt.'^s Aug. 

66 ; Major, 17 Mar. 77 ; Lieutenant Colonel, i July 81. 
Edward Alfred Jee, Cornet, ^2 Mar. 66 ; Lt. ^8 Aug. 68 ; Capt. 23 Apr. 73 ; Major, i July 81 ; Lieutenant 
Colonel, 31 Jan. 82. 



COENET OK 
2ND LIBUT. 



8 Aug. 62 
3 Jan. 65 



Majoks. 
William Robinson Truman, Adjutant \ 

Warwickgh ire Yeomanry Cavalry j 

Frederic Melkington Kenyon-Stow, Adj. \ 

Middlesex Yeomanry Cavalry } 

Captains. 

Frederick Augustus Cracroft-Amcotts 

Maunsell Bowers ^ 

Fred. Wilson Hemming, Aide de Camp to') p^- ^pj.. 

Major General Rowlands J 

Walter Hyde Atherton 

Richard Charles Bernard Lawrence, at \ 

Staff College j 

Andrew Baldrey 

John Francis Green 

Edward Hegan 

Abercromby Anson Craven Nelson 



Lieutenants. 

William James Mackeson 

ifo?i. Kenelm Digby St. Lawrence 1 10 Nov. 

Sheldon William Keith Cradock ' 4 Dec. 

Charles Conrad Shaw ' 4 Dec. 

James Douglas Baird 16 Feb. 

St. John Corbet Gore 22 Jan. 

Oct. 

Dec. 



Bernard Hamilton Gunston 

Henry Short, Adjutant i Jan. 81 

Sir Henry Christopher GrattanBellew.Bar/, 

Henry Hutton Viguoles 

lliam George Hay Stirling 



P 8 Dec. 65 
28 Oct. 71 



24 Feb. 72 

1 3 Apr. 72 

28 Oct. 71 

2 Dec. 74 

12 Feb. 7^" 

31 May 76 

26 Aug. 76 

II Sept. 76 

10 Jan. 72 



10 Sept. 77 

21 Aug. 78 

27 Aug. 79 

23 June 80 

2 July 79J 

I July 81 

I July 8i| 

I July 8i 

29 July 82 

9 Sept. 82 

9 Sept. 82 



captain. 



24 July 72 

2 Feb. 78 

9 Aug. 78 

21 Aug. 7S 

31 Oct. 78 

27 Aug. 79 

I June 80 

II Sept. 80 

I July 81 

31 Jau. 82 

6 May 82 



MAJOE. 



July 81 
Jan. 82 



Mar. 81 

Nov. 82 



Paymaster. — Wilmsdorf G. Mansergh, 28 June 79; Ena. 8 Feb. 56; Lt. 27 May 60; Capt, i Apr. 70. 
Riding JJ/as<er.— Robert Gifford, 3 April 78. 
Quarter Master. — John Anderson Banks, 29 Oct. 3i. 

Scarlet — Facings Green. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from the Crimea, 28 May 1856. 



141 



6th Dragoon Guards (Carah inters) . 



rSealkote, Bengal. 
!_Depot, Canterbury. 

'BlESHEIm" " RAMILLIES " "OtTDEXinDB " "JlALPLiQUEl" " SkVASTOPOI. " " DELHI " 

" ArGHANISTAN, 1879-80." 



Years' S er 
Full Half 

Pay. ' Pay. Colonel.— George Calvert Clarke, ^ CS. JEnsign, ^30 May 34 ; Lt. ^7 Oct. 36 ; Capt. ^go Sept. 39; Bi. Major, 11 
Nov. 51 ; £t. Lt. Colonel, 12 Dec. 54; Major, 26 Feb. 58; Colonel, 23 Apr. 60; Lt.Colonel, 31 March 66 j 
j Major General, 6 March 68; Lieut. General, i Oct. 77; Colonel 6th Dragoon Guards, 4 Oct. 80. 

29 ... Lieutenant Colonels.— James Goldie,3 Cornet, ''14 July 54; Lt. PisJan. 56; Capt. ^21 Feb. 60; Bt. Major, 

5 July 72 ; Ifajor, 21 July 77 ; Lieutenant Colonel, i Julj- Si. 
19 ■l-'/jj' Martin Pierce Blake, Cornet, ''23 March 60 ; Lt. P17 May 61 ; Ca^it. t>i Feb. 68 ; Major, ^31 Oct. 71 ; Bt.Lt. 
• Colonel. I Oct. 77 ; Lieutenant Colonel. 1 July 8r. 



1 Majob. 

I Henry Blackburne Hamilton' 

; William Henry MacGeorge, Adj. West-^ 

I morel a nd Yeomanry Cavalry i 

Douglas Alexander Graham Cunning- (^ 'p^ j-g^j g. 



P21 July 64 
!''i3July 70 



ham Graham' . 



Captaiits. 
Aubone Geoi-ge Fife,'" Adjutant Mont-\ 

nomiryaliir! Yeomanry Cavalry 3 

Thomas Cole Porter" 

Arthur Thomson Middleton,'^ Adj. Duke > 

of Lancaster's Own Yeomanry Caoalry ... ) 

Alexander Sprot'^ .' 

Robert Preston Sandeman 

Thomas Richard Fra. Brabazon Hallowesi' 

Alfred Vfeston,^* Adjutant 17 April 76 

Percy Hugh Hamon Massyi^,..*. 



Pis May 



31 July 69 




! Lieutenants. ; 
•■ Benjamin Noel Heyvrood Jones"^ 

• Ghas.ReginaldSydne.v Douglas-Hamilton'" 5 Sept. 77 

■•■ I Henry Mosryn Owen, '^ Jnier^reiej- 1 30 Jan. 78 

■•■ I Frederick Henry Arthur Des Voeuxi" : 16 Feb. 78 

••■ I Francis Sudlow Garratf' ' i May 78 

■■ [Montagu Cradock™ ; 6 Aug. 79 

• t Francis Loder Beddy 23 April 81 

•• [Arthur Cochrane Hamilton I 

i I 



23 ... .Paymaster. — Edward Henry Maunsell, 26 Aug. 79 ; Coj-nef, ''30 Nov. 60 ; Zi. ''20 Oct. 65; Ctrjo/. 25 .June 7 
5 ... \ Riding Master. — WilHam Busb.y Maj'es, 21 Aug. 78. 
2 ... I QiMrier Jfas/er.— Joseph Brittlebank, 13 April 8i, 

"SImq— Facings White.— ^5'en<«, Messrs. Cox & Co. 
Embarked for India, 30 December 1877. 

1 Lieut.General Clarke served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 with the Scots Greys, including the affair of 
M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Balaklava (sabre cut on the neck), Xnkerman, and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebas- 
topol (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor,' 5th Class of the Medjidie, 
and Turkish Medal) . 

^ Lt.Colonel Goldie served with the 9th Lancers throughout the suppression of the Indian mutiny in i857-59,includ- 
ing the battle of Budlekeserai, siege operations assault and capture of Delhi, actions of Bohindshuhur and Ally- 
ghur, battle of Agra, affair of Kanouge, relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, battle of Cawnpore on 6th Dec, action at 
Seraigha.t, action at Shumshabad (in command of a Squadron), siege and capture of Lucknow, the summer cam- 
paign in Oude and Rohilcund and actions of Ehodamow and AUyghur, capture of Bareilly, action at Shahjehanpore 
and pursuit to Mahomdee, passage of the Gogra at Fyzabad and affair at Kumdakoti (Medal with Clasps). 

^ Major Hamilton served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1880, commanded a detached party of the 
Regiment (40 sabres) with Lt.Colonel HoddJng's expeditionary column against the Mohmunds in March 1880, and 
took part in the expedition into the Lughman Valley under Brigadier General Arbuthnot, and in the attack and 
destruction of the Ghilzai villages of Nargozi, Arab Kheyl, and Jokan (Medal). 

^ Maior Graham served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80, including the affair at Ali Boghan 
under Lt.Colonel Fryer, and the expeditions against the Wuzeeree Khugianis and to the Hissarik Valley, un""" 
Lt.General Bright (Medal). 

'" Captain Fife and Lieutenant Des Voeux served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and took 
part in the expeditions into the Lughman Valley and against the Wuzeeree Khugianis ; were also present at the 
attackand destruction of the villages of Nargozi, Arab Kheyl, and Jokan (Medal). 

" Captains Porter and Hallowes served "with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80, including the 
affair at Ah Boghan under Lt.Colonel Fryer, the expeditions into the Lughman Valley and against the Wuzeeree' 
Khugianis and to the Hissarik Valley, and at the attack and destruction of the villages of Nargozi, Arab Kheyl, 1 " 
Jokan (Medal). 

'=* Captain Middleton served with the 1 5th Hussars in the Candahar Column in the Afghan war of 1878-9, including 
the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzai (Medal). 

'^ Captain Sprot served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80, including the engagement with the 
Mohmunds nt Dakka (Medal) . 

'* Captain Weston served as Adjutant of the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and took part in the expe- 
ditions into the Lughman Valley and against the Wuzeeree Khugianis, and at the attack and destruction of the 
„,no,r,..- r.f ^^-M-fTozi, Arab Khe.yl, and Jokan. AVas Staff OflBcer and Provost Marshal of the 2nd Movable Column, 



-■, from 25th May to nth Aug. 18S0 (Medal). 

- ' \ 1(1 with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war of 1879-80, and took part i 
-'^ (Medal). 

i-iirs served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80, including the affair at Ali' 
Miiiel Fryer, and the attack and destruction of the villages of Nargozi, Arab Kheyl, and Jokai 



village 
Khyb: 

'!• ('aiit:ii!, M:, - - ' \ I'd with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war of 1879-80, and took part in the expedition against 
thcAVuzc 

"■' Lioui 
Boghan 1 
(Medal). 

17 Lieut. Douglas-Hamilton served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80, including the affair at Ali 
Boghan under Lt.Colonel Fryer, and the expediiions into the Lughman Valley and against the Wuzeeree Khugianis 
(Medal). 

'* Lieut. Owen served wiM: the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1879-80, including the engagement with the 
Mohmunds at Dakka and tliti cKpcliiJon against the Wuzeeree Khugianis (Medal). 

''J Lieut. Garratt .served with the Caraliiuier.-i in the .VrgUan warin 1879-S0 (Modal). 

Lieut. Cradock served with the Carabiniors in the Afghan warin 1879-80, and took part in the expeditions „ 

(.\Icdal). 



into the Lughman Valley and against the Wuzeeree KUuij 



DepotSkester.] 7tli {The Princess EoyaVs) Dragoon Guards. 142 

Yeurs' Ser. "Blenheim" " Ramillies " " OuBBNAiiDE " " Malplaquei " " Dettisgen," "South Afeica, 1S46-7." 
Half Colonel.— Robert Wardlaw,! CB. Cornet, P5 June 35; Lieut. ^28 July 40; Captain, P14 Oct. 42; Major, 
''">•■' P4 Feb. 53; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 12 Dec. 54; Lt. Colonel, Pjo Mar. 57; Colonel, 12 Dec. 57; Major General, 
I 6 Mar. 68 ; Lieutenant General, i Oct. 77 ; General, 8 May 80 ; Colonel 7th Dragoon Guards, 7 Jan. 74. 
28 ... iLieutenant Colonels.— ;>.«.e. Colin Campbell, CJJ. Cornet, 14 June 55 ; Lf. PieOct. 55 ; Capt. ^29 June 66 ; Brevet 
Major, II June 79; Major, z-^ Sept. 79; Lt. Colonel, 23 April 81. 
• • I John Fryer Chapman, Cornet, P21 July 63; Lt. PiS Oct. 64; Capt. PiS Aug. 69; Major, 23 Apr. 81 ; Lieti- 
tenant Colonel, i July 81. 



Majobs. 



... Alfred Bibby p 5 Jan. 66 

... lEvan Aubrey Thomas P23 July 63 

... Walter Creagh, Adj. Denbighshire Yeo- \ n t « 

I manry Ccivalry ...'. / ^ ^^^- ^ 

Captains. 

... [Cecil Leycester Becher |Pi4 Sept. 66 

... I William Edward Morrison Rough ' 23" 



Nov. 



II Sept. 76 
II Sept. 77 
29 Nov. 77 



23 Mar. 
I July 
I Oct. 
I Aug. 



Joseph Henry Banks 26 June 67 

. Montague Campbell Day 

. jRobert Arnold Vansittart, Adjutanf) „ 

I Lanarkshire Yeomanry Cavalry 3 23 &epc, 

. Michael Arthur Burke, Aide de Camp to > 

I Brigadier General W. Arbuthnot )" 

. jUlick George Campbell de Burgh, Adju- t 

I ?a«i 22 July 79 i 

. iDigby de la Motte Du Boulay 

6 ... Frederick Charles Palmer 

Lieutenants. 
S ... James Henry Aspin wall 2 Mar. 

Philip Montagu 

Frederick James Murphy ' 23 July 

Edward Ditmas 7 July 

Francis Alexander Barton 19 Feb. 

Hedley Hunt Calvert 19 Feb. 

William Henry Muir Lowe 

Charles William Thompson 1 

Benj amin Bacon Dering- Williams I 

.James Murphy I 

Charles Aprilis Warde ' 

William Edwin Danby 

Robert Bentley Todd ! 

Paymaster. — William Francis Wheble, 18 May 60 

Riding Master. — Nelson Banyard, 6 Jan. 75. 

Quarter Master. — Henry Lewis,' 28 Oct. .68 ; Son. Captain, i July Si. 

Scarlet— J'aetK^g B\a,ck.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from India, 23 Nov. 1867. 

2 Captain Lewis served with the 7th Dragoon Guards throughout the Kaffir war of 1846 
)f the engagements that took place (Medal). 



LIEUT. 



18 Jan. 69!''i4Jan. 71 
''22 June 671 24 Sept. 73 
P28 Oct. 6S I Apr. 75 



Pi 7 April 69 
28 Oct. 71 
28 Oct. 71 
23 Apr. 75 
28 Oct. 71 



3 Jan. 78 
2 Mar. 79 

4 Sept. 80 
4 Dec. 80 



BEEV.MAJ. 



I July 81 
I July 81 

I July 81 



I July 
I July 
22 Oct. 

29 July 
29 July 



22 Mar. 79! 

12 Nov. 73 1 ' General Wardlaw served with 
25 Feb. Sotiie ist Dragoons in the Crimean 
22 Dec. So'campaign from 6th Oct. 1854, in- 
81 'eluding the battles of Balaklava, In- 
81 [kerman, and Tchernaya (commanded 
81 'the Regiment), siege and fall of 
82jSebastopol (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, 
82 1 Medal with thi-ee Clasps, Knight of 
82 1 the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of 
2 Aug. 82|the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
2 Aug. 82 
o Aug. 82 1 
ary Major, iS May 73. 



, and was present in many 



143 



1st (Royal) Dragoons. 



Sublin 



The Crest o iSntrlandwitliin the Garter. A-' Eagle. " Spectemur agendo." 
" DBTiiNGEif " "Peninsula" "Watekloo" "Balaklava" "Sevastopol." 
Colonel. — Charles Philip de Ainslie, 2nd Zt. lo April 25; Zf. ''28 Jan. 26; Capt. ''i6Mar.3o; Major, '14 Oct. 42; 
Zf. Colonel, ■'22 Oct. 47 ; Colonel, 28 Nov. 54 ; Major General, 7 July 62 ; Zietit. General, 25 Oct. 71 ; General, 
I Oct. 77 ; Colonel ist Dragoons, 8 ilar. 6q. 
Lieutenant Colonels.— Edmund Bacon Hutton. Cornet, ^30 ilar. 60; Zt. ^23 Sept. 62; Capf. ^8 May 67; 

Major, 10 April 76 ; Zt. Colonel, 10 April 81. 
/;.s.c. Francis Shirley Russell,' CorDet,^6 Feb. 63 ; Li. ''23 Aug. 64 ; Caj)f. Pis June 68 ; Bt.MaJor, i Apr.74; 
Major, 15 June 81 ; Zt.Colonel, i July 81. 



ilAJOBS. 



Allan Maclean i" 5 Sept. 62 i'29 Mar. 64 

John Baillie Ballantyne Dickson^ 20 Jan. 6o| i Jan 

Benjamin Ingham Tidswell 28 Oct. 71 28 Oct. 7: 

Captains. 

Henry Tomkiuson 

Gerard Vivian Ames 

William Henry M'Laren, Aide de Camp\ 

to the Lord Zientenani of Ireland ) 

James Barnard Nichols 

.Tames Towers-Clark 

Horace Amyatt Amyatt-Bumey* 

Lieutenants. 

Francis William Rhodes 

Arthur William Mostyn Owen 

William FitzGerald O'Shaughnessy 
Cecil Digby Howard Fetherstonhaugh ... 

tlohn Francis Burn-Murdoch 

Frederick William Shaw 

Robert Robertson, Adjutant 23 June 

Laidley Swan | 23 Mar. 

I Ferdinand William Greatrex j 13 Aug. 79 

'Edward George Troyte-BuUock 

ijohn Henry Lindley 

'George Limbrey Sclater-Booth 



.. ^Paymaster. — John Brown," 18 Feb. 79 ; Hon. Captain, 18 Feb. 79. 
.. ISidinff Master. — James Collins,* 9 Aug. 71 ; Hon. Captain, i July 81 
.. Quarter Master. — Humphrey Lakin Webb, 8 May 80. 




July 81 
July 81 
: July 81 



Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from the Crimea, 27 May 1856. 

' Lt. Colonel F.S.Russell served in the Ashanti war from the 17th December 1873; was attached to Wood's regiment, 
and commanded the f)ost of Accrofoomu on the line of communication (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). Served 
in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1879 as Deputy Assistant Adjutant General 2ud Division, and was present in 
the engagement at Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

- Major Dickson served in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1879 with the Native Carrier Corps (Medal with 
Clasp). 

» Captain Amyatt-Bumey served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, and took part in the 
capture of King Cetywayo (Medal with Clasp). 

5 Captain Collins served iu the 8th Hussars in the Indian campaigns of 1858-59, and was present at the 
capture of Kotah. recapture of Chundaree, battle of Kotah-ke- Serai, capture of Gwalior, capture of Powrie, 
actions of Sindwahoo, Koorwj-e, and Koondrye (Medal with Clasp). 

' Captain Brown. — For War Services, see Armj' Paj- Department. 



2nd Dragoons {Boyal Scots Greys). 



i'eais 



BaUineoUig. zna Jjragoons (,ii 07/ ca iicors u/e'^.s; . 144 

The TUij^tlc within tlie Circle and Motlo of St. Andrew. An Eagle. " Second to None."—" Blexueim" 
"Ramillies" "Oudenakdb" "Malplaquet" " Dettingen" "Wateeloo" " Balaklava" "Sevastopol." 
Colonel.— Sic John Bloomfield Gough.i aCS. Ensign, 24 Feb. 20; Lt. ^i Oct. 25; Capf. fiAuw. 26; Bf.IIajor, 

26 May 41; Bt.Lf. Colonel, 23 Dec. 42; Colonel, 2 Aug. 50; Majordeneral, 30 Jan. 55 ; Lieut. General, 9 Nov. 

62 ; General, 25 Oct. 71 ; Colonel 2nd Dragoons, 31 Jan. 64. 
lieutenant Colonels. — Francis James Agnew Wallace, Cornet, ''28 April 63 ; Lt. ^1,0 liar. 66 ; Capt. ""lo May 

71 ; Major, 21 June So; Liezttenaiit Colonel, i July 81. 
Patrick Sanderson, Cornet, ''17 Nov. 63 ; Lt. Pi6 Oct. 66 ; Capt. P31 May 71 ; Major, 1 July 81 ; Lt. Colonel, 

5 July 82. 



Majors. 



Francis Glennie Farquhar ''14 June 64 

Edward George Moore Donnithorne^ (Lt. ) ip „ a„„. , 

S. Artillerg, 18 Dec.6i) j ^ Sept. 65 

James Charles Maberly ^25 Sept. 67 



Captaius. 

.. Alfred Cbolmeley Eavle Welljy Pi6 Oct.. 67 

14 ! ... [i/oi?. Walter Philip Alexander I"* 3 Feb. 69 

r3 ' ... I Montague George Johnstone •'22 June 70 

9 ; ... 71. .<. r. ^Villiam Christopher James' 

9 ' ... John Lewis Vaughan Henry 



Lieutenants. 

John Arthur Wellesley O'Neill Torrens.. 

j William Henry HipiMsley' 

lEdwin Bolton 

iRichard Wolfe 

William Crawford Middleton, Adjutant 18 ) 

! June Si I 

jHenry Jenner Scobell ' 13 Aug. 

[Arthur William Mordaunt Richards 6 Aug. 

Francis Henry Toovey Hawley 11 Aug. 

j Claudius Shirley Harris :i Oct. 

It,.,-,-.. TT ..,....- ' j,g^,_ 



Robert Henry Adams 

'johnCrabbie 

jCecil William Montague Feildcn 



LIEUT. CAPTAIN. 



BEEV.MAJ. 



'25 Sept. 67, P 2 Aug. 71 
' 3 Feb. 69 24 Feb. 72 
'22 June 70 24 June 76 



' 7 Dec. 70 I April 76, 

'10 May 71 24 Nov. 77! 

' 2 Aag. 71! 31 Jan. 78' 

28 Feb. 74| 22 Dec. 801 18 Nov. 82 

23 Apr. 74 29 June 81. 



20 Nov. 75 

22 May 75 

II Nov. 77 

2S June 79 



6 May 80 

10 Nov. 80 

22 Dec. 80 

29 June 81 

I July 81 

1 July 81 
10 May 82 

2 Aug. 82 



July 81 
July 81 
; July 82 



Pat/master. — Frederick Hutchinson Haynes, 12 Nov. 80 ; Bn»ign, 3 Feb. 69 ; Lt. 28 Oct. 71 ; Capt. 2 July 79. 
Riding Master. — Charles Walter Neal, 6 Nov. 67 ; Hon. Captain, i July 81. 
Quarter Master. — Walter Scott Steele, 27 Sept. 82. 

Scarlet — Facings B\u.e.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Heturnedfrom the Crimea, 4 Juli^ 1856. 
' Sir John Gough served during the war in China of 1840-42 as Deputy Quarter Master General and head of the 
department ; 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 1S43-44 
as 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 oiiiciated 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. 

5 Major Donnithorne sei-ved 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 the expeditions of the Movable Column on the River Patea (Medal). 

6 Ma,jor James served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at 
TJlundi -wounded and charger wounded (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Aide deCamp 
to Lt. General Willis commanding the ist Division, and waspresentat the engagements of El Magfar, Tel-el-Mahuta 
and Kassasin (9th Sept.) and in the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with 
Clasp and 4th Class of the Medjidie) . 

' 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 (Medal with Clasp). 



M5 



3rd {The King's Own) Hussars. 



Aldershot. 



The 'White Horse within tlie Garter. " Necaiperaterrent." "Dettingek" " Salamanca " "Vittobia' 
"TotJLODSis" "Peninsula" " Cabool, 1842 " " Moodkee " "Pbeozeshah" 

PuNJAUB" " ChILLIANWALLAH " "GOOJEEAT." 

^ ______ „, Aug. 26; Ca;j^ P7 Sept. 32; 3fa/ori 

6 Mar. 39; Bt.Lt~Coloiiel, 23 Deo. 42'; Lt.Colonel, 9 Nov. ^6;" Colonel, 2 Aug. 50; Major General, 28 Nov- 
54 ; Lieut. General, 3 Sept. 62 ; General, 22 Oct. 70; Colonel 3rd Hussars, i Jan. 72. . 

Lieutenant Colonels.— Ai-thur Hare Vincent, Cornet, 29 Dec. 57 ; Li. Pg April 61 ; Capt. ^n Aug. 67 ; Major, 
'•28 June 71 ; Brevet Lieutenant Colonel, i Oct. 77 ; Lt.Colonel, 4 Nov. 79 ; Colonel, i Oct. 81. 

Charles Stephen Walker, Cornet, ^lo May 61; X<. ""26 Feb. 64; Ca^i. i'22 June 67; Major, 4 Nov. 79? 
Lieutenant Colonel, i July 81. 



Years' Ser. I "Sobeaon" 

Half Colonel.— Sir George Henry Lockwoocl,i KCB. Cornet, PioMar.2S ; tt. 
Pa: _.__- -■ _ ».„, , ,^ ,„, 



Majors. 

George Vernon Colman Napier 

John PurefoyElUs Jervoise 

CharlesWilliam Hawker Helyar, Adjutant \ 
Ji'est Somerset Yeomanry Cavalry ) 

Captains. 

Thomas Hopwcod Peckham 

^. s.c. Charles Edw.Beckett.BW^'arfeJf a/or, ■) 

I ^mt > 

Robert Grosso Godson* 

Samuel Job Lea 

Robert Gustavus Alexander 

Arthur James Ramsay Van Cortlandt 

George Charles Fuller 

Harry Courtenay Jackson 



lilEtriBNANTS. 

Reginald Charles Freeman 

James Selby Robson Scott 

Frank William Nicholas Wogan- Browne... 

St. Clair Oswald 

Arthur Bingham Crabbe 

Herbert Bethune Patton-Bethune^ 

James Andrew Paterson, Adj. 25 Aug. 80... 

Richard Godolphin Walmesley LongS 

Ernest Charles Penn Curzon 

Francis William Forester 

Son. Cecil Bingham 



CAPTAIN. 



P22 Sept. 63 P 9 Aug. 64 
i^ie Nov. 66 P 3 June 68 



7 Nov. 69 

I June 71 

2 Feb. 64 Pi Dec. 65[!'3iOct. 7: 



Pi 7 Nov. 69 
P17 April 69 
Pi3July 67 



28 Oct. 71 



21 April 77 



14 Sept. 78 
II May 78 
22 Jan. 79 
25 Aug. 80 
30 Jan. 78 
8 Dec. 77 



28 Oct. 71 1 4 Nov. 79 

P22 April 71 23 Jan. 79 

P 7 May 70 1 16 Dec. 76 

6 Mar. 72, 19 Sept. 81 

26 Mar. 73' 19 Sept. 81 

28 Oct. 71, 15 Oct. 81 

2 Nov. 73 1 30 Nov. 81 

10 Oct. 74 19 Aug. 82 



BEEV.MAJ. 



MAJOB . 



I July 81 
I July 81 
15 Oct. 81 



28 Feb. 74' 
4 Dec. 79 

30 Nov. 76 

29 June Si 
I July 81 1 
I July 81 1 
I July 81! 

1 July 81 
23 June So 

2 Aug. 82 
9 Sept. 82; 

I 

Faymasier. — Charles Morley Balders, 6 Jan. 79 ; Cornet, 25 May 55 ; Lt, 9 Oct. 57 ; Capt. P29 July 62 ; 

Bt. Major, 9 June 76. 
Riding Master.— JliiTTy Richard James Willis, 13 March 80. 
Quarter Master. — Peter M'Lennan, 29 Oct. 81. 

Blue — Facings Scarlet. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Emlarked for the East Indies, 15 Nov. 1868. 

1 Sir George Henry Lockwood commanded the 3rd Light Dragoons throughout the campaign of 1S42 in Afifghan- 
istan under General Pollock (Medal, and CB.), and was present at forcing the Khyber Pass, storming the heights of 
JugduUuck, action of Tezeen, and Huftkotul, occupation of Cabool, siege and capture of IstaliflF. He served also 
in the Punjaub campaign of 1848-49, and commanded a Brigade at the battle of Goojerat (Medal with one Clasp). 

* Captain Godson served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 18^9 in the squadron under Major 
Marter, and took part in the capture of King Cetywayo (Medal with Clasp). 

= Lieut. Patton- Bethune served as a volunteer attached to the 4th Dragoon Guards, in the Egyptian war of 1882, 
and was present in the engagement at Tel-el-Mahuta, the two actions at Kassasin, the battle of Tel-el-Kebir, and 
the capture of Cairo (Medal with Clasp). 

" Lieut. Long served with the Carabiniers in the Afghan war in 1S79-80, and took part in the expeditions 
into the Lughman Valley and against the Wuzeeree Khugianis ; was also present at tho attack and destruction 
of the Villages of Nargozi, Arab Kheyl, and Jokan (Medal). 



4th {Tfie Qi 



Oivn) Hussars. 



[46 



"Dettingen" "Talateka" "Albuheka" "Salamanca" "Vittobia" "Toulouse" "Peninsula 

Years'Ser.i " AprGHANisTAN " " Ghuznee " "Alma" "Balaklata" "Inkbeman" " Sevasiofol." 

Foil 1 Half Colonel.— Alexander Low,' CB. Cornet, I'aOct. 35; Lt. P6 July 38; Cavt. ^14 July 43; Bt. Major, 20 June 54; 
Major, 26 Oct. 54; £<.i<.CoZone;, 1 2 Dec. 54; ii.CoZoneZ, I May 57; 3/a/or General, 6 March 68; Lieutenant 
General, i Oct. 77; General, 22 May 80; Colonel 4tll Hussars, 27 Oct. 8i. 
Lieutenant Colonels.— George Philips, Cornet, 6 April 55 ■,Lt.f2g'MLaj 57; Capt. ^y Nov. 62 ; Brevet Major, 

16 Dec. 76; Major, 21 June So; Lt.Colonel, i July 81. 
WilUam Hem-y Brooke Peters, Cornet, J'20 March 61; Zt. ^12 April 64; Capt. 17 July 72; Major, 
29 Sept. 80; Lt.Colonel, 17 Dec. 81. 



Majors. 

Neil Benjamin Edmonstone 

Henry Fane Grant, at l^taff College 

Walter Chrystie Underwood 

Captains. 

William Alexander Ramsay 

Charles Edward Warde, Adjutant West j 

Kent Yeomanry Cavalry ) 

Francis Campbell Pearson 

Cecil Wyburn Peters 

John Farmer, Adjutant 23 June 75 

Spencer Walpole FoUett 

Edwin William Exham 

Lieutenants. 

Charles Lancelot Skinner 

Frederick Henry Blacker 

William Pierrepont Wilson-Todd 

Edward Asheton Critchley 

Ivan Owden Richardson 

Ronald Kincaid-Smith 

Glencairn Robertson Cuninghame 

Lewis Edward Starkey r 

Frederick David Baillie 

Son. Frederick Rossmore Wauchope') 
Eveleigh-DeMoleyns i 



» 5 June 66 
P23 Dec. 68 
Pi 4 July 69 



; Sept. 69 
! Jan. 69 



31 Oct. 

22 Jan. 79 

6 Aug. 79 
27 Aug. 79 

7 Jan. 80 

23 Apr. 8 



CAPTAIN. 



3 April 69, 21 July 75 
8 Dec. 69! 10 Jan. 79 
2 Aug. 71' 7 Mar. 77 



'14 Jan. 71' 13 Sept 79 

a8 Oct. 71! 27 Sept. 79 

2 Dec. 74 9 Sept. 80 

11 Feb. 75 27 April 81 
23 June 75 I July 81 
20 Nov. 75 24 Aug. 81 

12 Feb. 76 20 May 82 



bkev.maj. 



July 81 
July 8r 
July 81 



5 June 

28 Oct. 
13 Sept. 

9 Sept. 
I Dec. 
27 April 
I July 
I July 

29 July 

9 Sept. 



Paymaster. — Henry Askew Cherry, 19 March 79 ; Ilns. ''30 Dec. 64 ; Lt. 23 June 69 ; Capt. 9 Aug. 76. 
Riding Master. — Hugh Ernest Elliott, 30 Sept. 74. 
Quarter Master. — WUliam Leetch, 28 Mar. 74. 

Blue.— ^^en^s, Messrs. Ridgway and Sons. 
Jteturnedfrom the Crimea, 28 May 1856. — Embarkedfor India, 15 Oct. 1867. 



1 General Low served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, 
and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol, also present with the Light Cavalry Brigade at 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). 



147 



5th. (Boyal Irish) Lancers, [Newbridge. 

The Harp and Crown. " Quis Separalit?"—" Blenheim" " Eamillies " " Oudenakde " "MiLPLiQUET." 

Colonel.— Henry Darb}'-Griflath,i CB. Ensign, P25 Nov. 28 ; Zi. ^2} Nov. 31 ; Capt. Pr Aug. 34 ; Major, 

^6 Nov. 46 ; Lt. Colonel, ''27 Aug. 52 ; Colonel, 28 Nov. 54 ; Major General, 31 Mar. 66 ; TAeutenant General, 

14 April 74; General, i Oct. 77 ; Colonel stb Lancers, i Jan. 72. 

Lieutenant Colonels. — AVilliam Lloj-(l Browne, JEhs!^h, ^15 Nov. 55; Lf. i May 58; Capt. ^ii Mar. 62; Major, 

12 Oct. 6b ; Brevet Lieutenant Colonel, i Oct. 77 ; Lt. Colonel, 15 Alar. 79; Colonel, i Oct. Si. 
Boyle Vandeleur, Cornet, 10 Sept. 5S; Lt. ''16 Nov. 60; Capt. P23 Jan. 63; Bt.Major, 7 May 77; Major, 

15 Mar. 79; Lieutenant Colonel, 1 July 81. 



I CAPTAIlf. 



'^Tm^-^/^SoU^'^^^^^ " "■^"^- ''' 7 April,. 

^'- n'- ^^''^/'Si" ^°r'''/f,°''^ ^^T^'^^^^^^ 6il''28July 63'P29 Jan. 7c 

BA.Q.M. Gen. Intelligence Branch ... i \ ^1 ' j ■' ^, y •"*"• -- 

Joseph Spencer Benyon : ''23 Sept. 62 '' 7 April 65 P24 Dec. 70 

AlfredBissel Harvey, ^rf>*aHi! I 7)ei;o»J!pj8Qj,j gl 5 jiar. 69 s June 75 

ieomanry Caoalr!/ )\ \ i 

Captains. | 

EdwardGrovesPaley,^<f/«/aH;Cte7»Ve> p 2 Jan. 69>i9 Feb. 70J ,6 Doc. 74 

Yeomanry Cavalry j 

Augustus Campbell Spencer 8 Feb. 70 28 Oct. 71' 15 Mar. 79 

"■ ■ ■ " ■ '" 3 Feb. 75; 21 Mar. 

II Feb. 7s' 23 June 

26 Mar. 75 30 June 

II Feb. 76' I July 

29 Nov. 77I 19 July 82 



riiomas Fletcher (jKitiin^lfasier 6 Dec. 73) 

Henry Courtenay Morland 

Julian John Newton Spicer 

George Richard Tufton 

Edward Charles William Gilborne 



Lieutenants. 
Archibald Cosmo Little, Aide de Camp to 1 

the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland J 

Llewellyn Heywood Jones 

John Sinclair 

George Edward de Vere Kennedy 

James Farish Malcolm Fawcett 

Peter Valentine Purcell 

Frederick Ayrton 

Basil St. John Mundy 

George Freer 



15 Aug. 77 

10 Nov. 77 
13 Aug. 79 

11 Oct. 
I May 

19 Feb. 



I March 
17 Apr. 
16 Oct. 
8 June 
30 June 

1 July 

2 Aug. 



BEEV.iTAJ. 



5 July 72 



I July 81 

I July Si 

I July 81 

I July 8i 



Pavmas^^r.— Robert E. Owen, 9 Nov. 80 ; I^ns. '•4 Ma: 

Riding Master. — Philip Kelly, 14 June 76. 

Quarter Master.— "S^ John Berrymau,i» 12 April 64; Son. Capta 



Lt. P27 Oct. 71 ; Capt. 
July 81. 



July 79. 



-Facings Scarlet. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from India, 21 December 1874. 



■ General Darby-Griffith served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, in command of the Scots Greys, including the 
affair of M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Balaklava (wounded in the head by a pistol -ball), Inkerman, and Tchernaya, 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Aide de Camp to the Queen and Colonel, Medal with three Clasps, CB., Sardinian 
and Turkish Medals, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). 

' Lt.Colonel Chichester served with the 13th Light Infantry in the Crimea from 30th June 1855, including the battle 
of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

1" Captain Berryman served with the 17th Lancers throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including 
the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm (captured three of the enemy), night attack on the Russian outposts 
on 19th Feb. 1855, battles of Alma, Balaklava (horse shot), Inkerman, and Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol 
(Medal with four Clasps, Victoria Cross, and Turkish Medal). Served with the 17th Lancers in the Indian Mutiny 
Campaigns of 1858-9, and in the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 



Kata'. n 

Depot, Canterbury. J 
Years' Ser. I The Castle Of Innisk 



Gin (Innislcillimj) Dragooiis. 



" Dettingew " "Watekloo" "Balaklava" "Sevastopol." 
Hin;colonel.—5ir Henry Dalrymple White, iXCP. Cornet, Pn May 38 ; Lt. ^8 Feb. 39; Cai,f. ^ij May 44 ; Major, 
±^\ ■'22 Dec. 48; X<.Co?one/, I June 54; Colonel, 2?, Nov. 54; Major General, 6 March 68; Lietitenant General, 
I 31 March 77 ; General. 27 May 79 ; Colonel 6th Dragoons, i Aug-. 74. 
... jLieutenant Colonels.— Edward Arthur Gore, Cornet, P25 Aug. 58 ; Lt. ^12 June 60 ; Cajit. P19 April 64 ; Major, 

''29 May 69 ; Brevet Lieutenant Colonel, i Oct. 77 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 23 Jan. 78; Colonel, i Oct. 81. 
.. Francis George Savage Curtis,* Cornet, 1*15 Dec. 54 ; Lt. 24 Sept. 55 ; Capt. 5 Mar. 58 ; Brevet Major, 
5 July 72; Major, 23 Jan. 78 ; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 17 Nov. 73 ; Lt. Colonel, i July 81. 



Majobs. 

William Ward Bennitt 

Albert Froom 

Richard Edward Rowley Martin 

Captaixs. 
William Henry Dawson, Adjutant Soidh\ 

Ifotfinghamsiiire Yeomanry Cavalry i 

Alexander Chalmers M'Kean 

Andrew Green Thompson 

Duncan Matheson, Adjutant NuHh Devon ■) 

Teoinaiiry Cavalry i 

Henry Leslie Ellis, Adjutant Bucks Yeo- > 

manry Cavalry 3 

Edward Graham Penncfuther^ 

Cecil Francis Johnstone Douglas" 

LlECTBNANTS. 

Charles William Crosse 

Henry Cockcroft Page-Henderson 

Charles Henry Tye, Adjutant 24 May 79 ... 

William Hamilton Brown 

Herbert Turner 

WilUam John Rant (iSi(/;«^.1/(i*/«r28 Apr.75) 

Charles Travers Breton 

Raleigh Grey 

Patrick William Forbes 

Michael Frederic Rimington 

Richard Crawshay 

Edmund Henry Hynman Allenby 

John Watkins Yardley 



CAPTAIir. 



Oct. 

22 Oct. 81 
22 Oct. 81 

10 May 82 
10 May S2 

Paymaster. — John Swainson D'Aguilar, r^ Feb. 79; Uns. ''9 Feb. 70; Lt. 28 Oct. 71 
Riding Master. — Uffi Joseph Malone,* 7 Sept. 58; Hon. Captain, 1 July 81. 
Quarter Master. — William Oliver, 27 Sept. 79. 



P 5 Aug. 59 Pi? Sept. 61 ■ 
■'28 Jan. 62 Pii April 68 : 
P31 July 67 P29 Jan. 70 

P28 April 70 28 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 71 28 Oct. I 

' 30 Dec. 71 

' 24 Feb. 7-:, 



Pio Jan. 72 

8 Dec. 77I 

I May 78 

12 Xov. 73 

I Mar. 79 

16 Oct. 80 



June 



: 23 April 73' 18 June 81 

Nov. 6y 28 Oct. 71 25 Jan. Si 



July 81 
Jnly 8t 
: July 2 1 



; 12 Feb. 78 

' II Sept. 78' 

25 May 78: 25 Aug. 80 

22 Jan. 70' 25 Aug. 80' 

II Oct. 79I 16 Oct. 80] 

I 24 Jan. 80I 

1 July 81 1 

I July 81 



22 Jan. 

23 April 



Capt. 10 Apr. 



Scarlet — Facings Yellow. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from India, 5 April 1867. 
> Sir Henry D airy mple White served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 i" 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). 

* Lt.Colonel Curtis served with the 6th Dragoon Guards in the Crimea from the 20th July 1855, including the battle 
of the Tchernaya, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served also in the campaign 
of 1857-58 against the mutineers in India, including the actions on the Hindim 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). 

^ Captain 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 Baker Rnssell's Flying Column 
(Medal with Clasp). 

' Captain Douglas served as Brigade Major to the Cavalry Brigade Reserve Division of the Khyber Field Force 
in 1879, and with the 15th Hussars in Southern Afghanistan in 1880 (Medal). 

* Captain Malone served in the 13th Light Dragoons throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, 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'AUonville. At daybreak on the 24th 
September 1854, when marching on Balaklava, volunteered with three Troopers, and captured an Escort of the 
enemy's Cavalr.y, also the baggage which they were taking to Sebastopol (Victoria Cross, Medal with four 

and Turkish Medal). 



149 

Years' Ser. 



M| 



7th (T/iC QnL':*ll\- Uini) Hussars. [ Colchester. 

Royal Cypher within the Garter. "Dettikgen" "Peninsula" "Waiekloo" "Lucknow." 
Colonel.-Henry Eoxby Benson.i CB. Cornet, P31 Jan. 40 ; I-ieut. ^is Apr. 42 ; Capt. •'27 June 45 ; ifajo 



56 ; Colonel, 23 Sept. 59; Majof General, 6 March 68; Lieut. General, 



Oct. 77 ; Colotiel lih Hussars, 31 July 79. „ ^ „ -r ■, o ■»»• • 

Lieutenant Colonels.-Hugh D'Arcy P. Bumell, Cornet,^^ July 54 ; ^f- i4 Sept. 55 ; Capt. 'so July 58; Major, 

P22 Sept. 63; Bt.Lt.Colonel, 6 Dec. 73 ; Co/oneZ, 6 Dec. 78 ; it.CoZoBei, 23 July 79 
Francis Massy Drew/ Corned, P18 Sept. 60 ; ii. P21 July63; Ca^ii. "13 July 67 ; ilfcyor, 23 July 79 ; Lieut. 

Colonel, I July 81. ■ . ^ 



Ma JOBS. 

Arthur Peel' 

John Lombard Hunt 

Hugh M'Calmont* (Bt.Lt.Col. 24 July 80) ... 

Captains. 

Harrie Archbold Reid 

p.n.c. Charles FitzGerald Thomson 

p. s.c. Thomas HelePhipps 

Harold Paget 

Kon. Alfred Jolin Geo. Byng,^ Aide de\ 

Camp to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland j 

Robert Roper, Adjutant 5 Jan. 76..... 



Lieutenants. 

William Baines Morris 

Henry Matthew Ridley 

Son. Richard Thompson Lawley ...> 

Hon. Thomas Ashbumham 

Aldred Frederick George Beresford, 

Vincount Lumley 

Willoughby Baskerville Mynors 

Charles George Welbore Ellis, Viset. 

Somerton 

Thomas Hone 

Ricbard Lionel Walter 

Granville Foulis Wingfleld 

Bernhard Edward Mumm 



8 June 61' 19 Nov. 63 ''21 Aug. 69 

9 Aug. 62i'22Nov. 64°22june 70 
P23 June 65 P27 July 66 •'29 May 69 



P24 Dec. 



P 5 July 64' 26 Nov. - - , 

P27 July 66 P22 June 70 i4 June 73 

P12 June 67 P16 Mar. 70 15 Mar. 76 

''23 Jan. 69 i'22 Feb. 7 

'30 Oct. 69 P 2 Mar. 7 

i'23 Mar. 71 28 Oct. 7 



23 July 79 
7 July 80 
29 Oct. 



BEBT.MAJ. 



30 Nov. 78 



July 81 
July 81 
July 8i 



13 Sept. 79 
4 Dec. 7s' 
31 Jan. 80 
II Aug. 80 



13 April 

27 Mar. 

II Feb. 

II Oct. 

II Nov. 

II Sept. 

26 Feb. 
8 June 
I July 



I 

Pa^masfer.— Thomas Capel Rose, i Apr. 78 ; 'Em. ^i July 63 ; Lt. P4 Dec. 66; Capt. 14 Apr. 75. 
Hiding Ifasier.— Richard Odium, 9 June 80. 
Quarter 3f asf er .— Wil Uam John Waite, 11 Oct. 76. 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from India, 8 April 1870. 

1 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 in the night 
attack on the Russian outposts on the 19th Feb. 1855 (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal) Served in the Indian mutiny campaign of 1857-59, and commanded the 2nd Cavalry Column, Malwa Division, 
in various operations in Central India and in pursuit of the rebel forces under Tantia Topee and the Rao Sahib, 
who' were attacked and defeated with great loss at Zerapore on 29th December 185S by the 2nd Cavalry Column 
(Colonel, CB., and Medal). 

2 Lt Colonel Drew served with a wing of the 7th Hussars, comprising part of the Doaba Field Force employed 
ao'ainst Native tribes on the North West Frontier of India, in November and December 1S63, and conunanded a 
sauaUron at the action of Shubkudder on the 2nd January 1864 (Medal with Clasp). 

'^ Major Peel servedintheioistFusUiers throughout thelndianN.W. Frontier campaign of 1863 and was present at 
the storming of the Conical Hill, also at the attack and capture of the Crag Piquet and Umbeyla (Medal wiUi Clasp). 

■* Lt.ColonelM'Calmont served on the Red River Expedition in 1870. Accompanied Sir GarnetWolseley to the Gold 
Coast' in September 1873, as Aide de Camp (Ashanti Medal). Was appointed a military attache to the British 
Embassy at Constantinople on the outbreak of the Russo-Turkish war in 1877, and accompanied the Turkish 
armies in the field throughout the campaign in Armenia (Brevet of Major). Accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley 
to South Africa as Aide de Camp in 1879, and was present in the subsequent operations, including those against 
Sekukuni (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Medal with Clasp). Served on the Staff of Brigadier 
General Macgregor in the expedition against the Marris in 1880 (mentioned in despatches). 

5 Captain the Hon. A. J. G. Byng served in the Zulu war of 1879 with the Field Force in Natal and the Transvaal 
(Medal with Clasp). 



Kawul Pindee, Bengal."! 



Depot, Canterbury. 



8tli (The Kinifs Itoyal Irish) Hussars. 



150 



j^ears'Ser The Harp and CrOT\-ii. " Fristince virtutis 

"Balaklata" "Inkeeman" "Sevastopol" " Centbal Indi 



Afghanistan, 1879-S0." 

Charles Forrest,^ CB. Cornet, Pii March 36 ; Zt. S's Jan. 39; Capf. ^7 Sept. 41; Major, 

PsOct. 48; Bt. Lt. Colonel, 12 Vec. 54; Lt.Colonel,^s Aug. 59; Colonel, 8 March 60; Major General, 6 ilaTch. 

68; iie«<.6?CK,;ra?, I Oct. 77; C'oZoneZ 8th Hus.sars, 14 March 80. ^ .,».., , 

Lieutenant Colonels.— 3J ll John Worthj- Chaplin.^ Cornet, 13 April 58; Lt. 20 Nov. 60; Capf. P5 Apnl 64 ; 

3fa/or, 15 Sept. 77; i<.Co?oneZ, 14 Nov. 79- v., ^, , , 

Henry Langtry,^ Cornet, ^x6 Aug. 61 ; Lt. P24 Jan. 65 ; Capt. P3 April 5q ; Major, 29 April 79 ; LtXolonel, 

I July 81. 



Majoes, 
Cyril William Bowdler 



j CORNET OB 
I 2irD LIEUT. 



BEEV.MAJ. 



t Staff College ^23 Bee. 64 25 June 69 28 Oct. 76 

Arthur Mark Crofton* 23 Sept. 71 28 Oct. 71 16 Jan. 77} 

Edward Eardley Lushington* ' 7 Nov. 68 ^27 Oct. 71 13 Mar. 781 



Captains. 
Albemarle Alexander Rawlinsons 

William Smith Dunbar Abbott 

James Davidson 

EdTrin James Fell* 



6 Mar. 69 



Lieutenants. 

Peter Legh Clowes* 

Da\'id Edward Wood,' Interpreter 

Bartle Grant 

William Kenyon Mitford* 

Thornton Harte Parrer* 

Frank James Carandini,*.4((/'i<to«< 14 Nov. 79 

Charles Rosdew Burn 

Charles Edward Duff* 

Charles Nicholas Colthiu-st Vesey 

William James Bird 

Philip Walter Jules Le Gallais 

Edgar Augustus Oldham 

Cecil Jackson 



23 Jan. 
I May 
II May 
23 Oct. 
19 Feb. 
23 Apr. 
27 Apr. 
II Aug. 



28 Feb. 74 

19 Feb. 70 
2 Dec. 74 

20 Nov. 75 

20 Nov. 75 

28 Feb. 75 

•'-' May 76 

Sept. 77 



14 Nov. 79 
10 Mar. 75,1 
13 Apr. 8i 
29 Sept. Si 



I July 
I July 
29 Sept. 



I Nov. 
I July 
I July 
I July 
I July 
I July 
I July 
I July 
I July 



77 1 



Faymasfer.—^Amnnd Byre Coote,^ i Apr. 78 ; Ens. p 4 June 61 ; Lt. 30 Sept. 63 ; Cavt. 7 Aug. 75. 
Riding Master. — Frederick Eaton, 12 May 75. 
Quarter Master. — James Andrew Hefferon,*24Nov. 77. 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co, 
Heturnedfrom Bengal, 2 May 1864. 

1 Lieut.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 19th Feb. 1855, aud battle of 
Tchernaya (Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the 
Medjidie). 

^ Lt.ColonelChaplin served with the 67th Regt. in the Chinese campaign of 1S60, 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 Coloui- on the cava- 
lier at a very early period and before the Port surrendered (Medal with Clasps, and Victoria Cross) . Served in the 
Afghan war in 1879-80 in command of the 8th Hussars (Medal). 

3 Lt.Colonel Langtry served with the 3rd Dragoon Guardsin the Abyssinian campaign in 1S6S, and was present at 
the storming and capture of Magdala (Medal). Served with the 15th Hussars in the Candahar Column in the 
Afghan war of 1878-80, including the advance to Khelat-i-GhUzai ; commanded a detached squadron of his Regi- 
ment at the affair in the Ghlo Pass, 4th January 1879 (Medal). Also served with the Thull-Chotiali Field Force 
under Brigadier General Biddulph, and accompanied Major General Phayre in his march to Candahar (Medal). 

* Majors Orofton and Lushington, Captain Fell, Lieuts. Clowes, Mitford, Farrer, Carandini, and Duff served 
with the 8th Hussars in the Afghan war in 1879-80 (Medal). 

5 Captain Rawliuson served with the 8th Hussars in the Afghan war in 1879-80, including the affairs at Banda, 
Kuddee, and Roghani (mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

' Lieut. Wood served with the 8th Hussars in the Afghan war in 1879-80, including the Zaimusht Expedition 
(Medal). 

* 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. Served with the 8th Hussars in the Afghan war in 1879-80 (Medal). 

' Captain Coote.— For War Services, see Army Pay Department. 



151 



9th (The Queen's Eoyal) Lancers. 



=5 , ... 
23 |1V, 



r TJmballa, Bengal. 
LDepot, Canterbury. 

The Uo5-al Cypher within the Garter. "Peninsula" "Pcnniab" "Sobraon" "Punjaub" 

" Chillianwallah " "Goojerat" "Delhi" "Lucknow " " Charasiah " " Kabul, 1879'' 

"Kandahar, 1880" "Afghanistan, 1S78-80." 

Colonel— 5»- Archibald Little.i KCB. Cornet , '^ ^ Oct. 31; U. ^31 Aug. 32; Cajit. ^2^ Feb. 37 ; Major, ^ 

April 50; Lt. Colonel, 20 Juue 54; Colonel, 20 June 57 ; Major General, 6 March 68 ; Lieutenant General, n 

July 77 ; General, 21 Jan. 80; Colonel 9th Lancers, 8 March 75. 

Lt.Coionels. — Henry Augustus Bushman,^ CB. Cornet, 9 Nov. 58 ; Lt. ''30 June 63 ; Captain, g Mar. 72 ; Major, 

27 June 79 ; St. Lt. Colonel, 2t April 80; Lieutenant Colonel, 8 Aug. 80. 
Henry Richard Abadie,* Cornet, 6 Aug. 58 ; Lt. ''iS Dec. 60 ; Capt. 14 Feb. 72 ; Brevet Major, 22 Nov. 79 ; 
Major, 22 Dec. 79 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 1 July 81. 



Majors. 

Hon. Heneage Legge^ 

Herbert Wynne Apperleys 

imes Alex. Fra. Humberston Stewart \ 
Mackenzie^ i 

Captains. 

UorioriJWm.Leslie De la PoerBeresford,' } 
Military Secretary to the Viceroy of India f 
illiam Henry Fife, Adjutant North\ 
Somerset Yeomanry Cavalry J 

John James ScottChisholme,9^(ij.i8Nov.82 

Bloomfield Goughi" 

Uon. Eustace Ye&ey , Adjutant Dorsetshire > 
Yeomanry Cavalry ) 

George Alfred Penrhys Evans^' 

Charles John "William Troweri^ 

Edward BowaterM'Innis '' 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



t Lieutenants. 

.. ' Henry Castell Hopkins!* 

'In Hon. Charles George Lascelles.... 

.. 'John Henry Lamonti^ 

... i Malcolm Orme Little^* 

.. [Edward Pellier Johnson 

.. iCharles Bishop 

.. Cyril St. Clair Cameron 

.. Ronald M'Farlane 

.. Walter Kentish William Jenner . 

.. Forrester Farnell Colvin 

. . Frederick William Dug 

. . Francis Horner Reynard 



"11 Sept. 63 I'll Dec. 

: Sept. 63 •'27 July 66j 9 Sept. 74 
May 67 I" 8 June 70: 15 July 76 



P 8 June e?!*" 6 July -/o, 27 Dec. 

f I April 68 '■25 Mar. 71 16 Feb. 

j 10 Jan. 72 2 Mar. 

''27 April 70 28 Oct. 7i[ 17 July 

i 23 April 73; 17 June 

' 13 June 74' 8 Aug. 

j 2 Dec. 74; 10 Nov. 

I 29 April 74! I July 



BBEV.MAJ. 



: Julv 8r 
July 81 
; July 8 1 



II May 
23 July 
13 Aug. 

22 Mar. 
31 Jan. 
16 Oct. 

23 Oct. 
19 Feb. 



i6 Aug. 76 

27 Mar. 74 

29 Nov. 77 

25 Feb. 80 

8 Aug. 80 

10 Nov. 80 

I July 8x 

I July 81 

1 July 81 

I July 81 

I July 81 

10 Sept. 76 



Paymaster. — John Warden M'Farlan, 16 Oct. 66 ; Hon. Major, 16 Oct. 
Riding Master.— John Marshall,^! 27 Feb. 75. 
Quarter Master. — John Forsythe,22 27 Sept. 79. 



Blue— i^acJM^s Scarlet.— ^5'en<s, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Embarked for India, 9 January 1875. 
» 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 i6th 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 
ist 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) . 

2 Lt.Colonel Bushman served with the 9th Lancers in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and accompanied Sir 
Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar, and was present at the battle of Candahar (mentioned in despatches. 
Medal with Clasp, ar.d Bronze Decoration). 

3 Major the Hon. H. Legge served with the gth Lancers in the Afghan war in 1879-S0 (Medal). 

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

5 Major Apperley served with the gth Lancers in the Afghan war of 1878-S0, and took part with the Bazar 
Valley Expedition, in the engagement at Charasiab in October 1879, and in theoperations around Cabulin December 
1879 (mentioned in despatches). Accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar, and was present 
at the battle of Candahar (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps, and Bronze 
Decoration). 

s Major Mackenzie served with the 9th Lancers in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and took part with the Bazar 
Valley Expeditien, the expedition to Maidan, the affair at Killa Kazi (when he brought the regiment out of 
action, and was severely wounded), and in the operations around Cabul in December 1879 (mentioned in despatches). 
Accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar, and was present at the battle of Candahar 
(mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). 

7 Lord William Beresford served in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at TJlundi 
(mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp, and Victoria Cross). Served with the gth Lancers in the Afghan 
war of 1878-80, and was present at the capture of Ali Musjid (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 

° Major Chishohne served with the gth Lancers in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present at the capture of 
Ali Musjid, in the afiair at Siah Sung (severely wounded), and in the operations around Cabul in December 1879 — 
wounded (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of "Major, Medal with two Clasps). 

1" Major Gough served with the gth Lancers in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present at the capture of Ali 
Musjid, the affair at. Killa Kazi, and in the operations around Cabul in December 1879. Accompanied Sir 
Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar, and took part in the battle of Candahar (several times mentioned in 
despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal with three Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). 

[Por continuation of Notes see end of 10th Hussars. 



10th {The Prince of Wales Own Uoijal) Hussars. 



152 

'Sevastopol" 



jucknow, Bengal. "1 
lepot, Canterbury. J 

The Prince's Plume. The Rising Sun and Red Dragon. " Peninsula " " Watbsloo ' 
years' Se Vl " ^^^ Masjid " " Afohanistan, 1878-79." 

Colonel.— .Hts Royal Highness Albert Edward, Prince of Wales and Buke of Cornwall, KG. KT. KB. <?CB 
GCSI. GCMG. Colonel, 9 Nov. 58 ; General, 9 Nov. 62 ; Field Marshal, 29 May 75 ; Colonel loth Hussars,' 

25 I ... Lieutenant Colonels.— Edward Alexander Wood, Cornet, 16 July 58; Li. p^o Sept =;q • Cavt Pii Julv67- 
j^lajor, 31 May 76 ; Bt.Lt.Colonel, 22 Nov. 79 ; Lt.Colonel, 31 May 81. i- • .^y . / • j j 7, 

Robert Spencer Liddell, Cornet, 28 Mar. 58 ; Lt. ^22. July 59 ; Cavt. i'2May 1 

13 Sept. 81. 



Major, I July 81 ; Lt. Colonel, 



Majoes. 
Thomas Astell St. Quintin, Agent for He- \ 

mounts, Bengal J 

... iBoyce Albert Combe' {Bt. Lt. Colonel,\ 

\ 2 Mar. 81), D.A.Q.M. Gen. Bengal J 

..• I Robert C. D'EsteiTe Spottiswoode, ^iie') 

de Camp to Lieut. General Cureton ) 

... iHughSutlejGough 

... j Manners Charles Wood 

... Montagu Maule Slade 

Captains. 

... Hon. James Pearse Napier 

... I John Palmer Brabazon* 

... Edward Temple Rose, Aide de Camp to the j 
Lieut. Governor of the N. W. Provinces ... J 

... WilUam Edward Phillips 

... Ralph Bromfleld Williugton Fisher^ 

LlBUTENANTS. 

... Philip Durham 

... David Stanley William, Earl o/Airlie 

... Richard Henry Francis Wharton Wilson^... 

... Charles Staniforth Greenwood 

... Charles Sandes (Riding Master 6 Sept. ") 

73), Adjutant 24 ]<lov. 77 ) 

... Iflharles Molyneux Grenfell 

... \Lord Alwyne Frederick Compton, Aide de | 

j Camp to the Viceroy of India J 

... I Herbert Tongue AUsoppS , 

... \Jlon. George Leopold Bryan^ 

... jHarvey Alexander 

... jCharles Bateson Harvey 

... \Hon. Arthur Lawley 

... Arthur Hughes-Onslow 



30 Dec. 59 
27 Aug. 60 
2o Mar. 58 
2 May 68 

I Sept. 69 
Pis Feb. 68 



13 Oct. 
8 Dec. 
24 Jan. 
22 Jan. 



P16 Jan. 63 

6 May 65 

21 June 58 

28 Oct. 71 

27 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 71 



'17 Aug. 70 
12 Feb. 73 
9 April 70 

23 June ?■; 
2 Feb. 78 
23 Jan. 78 

12 Nov. 79 

13 Nov. 79 
6 Apr. 82 

17 Apr. 82 
28 Apr. 82 



22 Nov. 79 



I July 81 
I July 81 
I July 81 

13 Sept. 81 
6 Apr. 82 

28 Apr. 82 



Paymaster.^WillieLni Montgomery, 29 Apr, 
\Riding Master. — Henry 7 



!i; Ens. Pi, 
Hon. Capta 



19 Oct. 72 
13 June 74 
13 June 74 

23 April 74 
27 June 74 

20 Nov. 75 
13 June 75 
26 July 76 
12 Feb. 

24 Nov. 77 
II Nov. 
18 Mar. 

I July 

I Jul'y 

I July 

I July 

9 Aug. 
10 May 82 
Mar. 65 ; Lt. Pi7May 71 ; Capt. 28 >pr. 
n, 13 Nov. 82. 



'Gee, 13 Nov 
I Quarter Master. — Arthur Edward Poole, 2 Dec. 82. 

Blue.— ^^ew^s, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from the Crimea, 2 June 1856. Embarkedfor India, 10 January 1873. 

ji Lt.Colonel Combe served with the 3rd Sind Horse in the Abyssinian campaign, and was present as Orderly 
fficer 10 Colonel Fraser at the action of Arogee, and capture of Magdala (Medal). 

I * Major Brabazon, formerly Lieutenant and Captain Grenadier Guards, served as a volunteer inthe Ashanti war 
[1 1874 and was attached to the expedition under Captain Butler to Western Akim, and afterwards to the Transport 

srvice. 

5 Captain Fisher served throughout the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present at the attack and capture of 
;ie Peiwar Kotal, in the aflfairs at Mattoon and Futtehabad, with the expedition into the Khost Valley, in the 
jjerations in the Shutargardan (mentioned in despatches), and in the operations around Cabul in December 1879 
,aentioned in despatches). Accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts inthe march to Candahar, and was present at 
jie battle of Candahar (mentioned in despatches. Medal with three Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). Served as 
jransport Officer with the Mahsoor Wuzeeree Expedition in 1881 under Brigadier General Gordon. 
1^ Lieut. Wilson served in the Ashanti Campaign in 1873 as Midshipman onboard H.M.S. "Rattlesnake," and 
iceived a slight gunshot wound on the 14th August (Medal). 

° Lieut. Allsopp served in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present at the attack and capture of Ali 



jid in the engagement at Futtehabad (Medal with Clasp) . 

1 ' ?f'5"''- }^°^^- G- L. Bryan served in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present at the attack and capture of Ali 

jusjid and m the engagement at Futtehabad (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 



Continuation of Notes to gth Lancers. 

! " Captain Evans served with the 9th Lancers in the Afghan war in 1879 (Medal). 

12 CaptaiiL Trower served with the 9th Lancers in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present at the cat)ture- 
of Ah Musjid, m the Bazar Valley Expedition, in the affairs at Killa Kazi and Siah Sung (wounded) and in the 
opei'atwns around Cabul m December 1879 (twice mentioned in despatches. Medal with two Clasps). 

" Captain M'lnnis served with the 9th Lancers in the Afghan war of 1878-80, including the affairs at Killa 
Kazi and Siah Sung and the operations around Cabul in December 1879 (mentioned in despatches) Accomnanled 
Sir Frederick Roberts in the march to Candahar, and was present at the battle of Candahar (mentioned in de- 
spatches, Medal with two Clasps, and Bronze Decoration). cui.iuucu m ae 

J^ Lieut. Hopkins served with the gth Lancers in the Afghan war of 1878-80 (Medal). 

I^ieut. Lamont served with the 9th Lancers in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present in the operations 
around Cabul m December 1879 (Medal with Clasp). -iwuiio 

w Lieut. Little served with the 9th Lancers in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and took part in the expedition to 
Maidan and m the operations around Cabul in December 1879. Accompanied Sir Frederick Roberts in the march 
to Candahar, and was present at the battle of Candahar as Orderly Officer to Brigadier General H Gouo-h (men 
tioned m despatches, Medal with two Clasps, and Bronze Decoration) . ' "^ ^ 

=1 Ridmg Master Marshall served with the gth Lancers in the Afghan war of 1878-80, and was present at the 
iflfair at biah Sung and m the operations around Cabul in December 1879 (Medal with Clasp) 

Quarter Master Porsythe served with the gth Lancers in the Afghan war of i8'8 80. and took nart in thp- 
operations around Cabul in December 1879 (Medal). « o o oj, anu 1001. part in the 



153 



11th {Prince Albert's Own) Hussars. [ Leeds. 

" Eerpi" (witli the Sphinx). "Salamanca" "Peninsula" "Watebloo" "Bhtjeipobb " " alma" 

"Balaklava" "Inkeeman" "Setastopol." 

Colonel.— William Neville Custance," CB. Ensign, Pii Oct. 31 ; Zt. P26 June 35; Capt. '16 Mar. 38 ; Ulajor, 

^id Sept. 51; Lt.ColonelyZ Aug. 56; Co?oKeZ, 19 Jan, 58 ; Major General, 6 Mar. 68; Lieutenant General, 

I Oct. 77 ; General, 7 Sept. 80; Colonel nth Hussars, 8 Mar. 75. 

, „,„„ .„ T ,.,,„, „«.„._. Brevet Major, 



Lieutenant Colonels.— Walter Balfe, Cornet, ^2-j Jan. 57 ; £f. ^ig ¥eh. 58 ; Capt, 

29 Aug. 73; Major, 3 April 78 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 18 May 81. 
John Donald Haniill Stewart, CMG., Vice Consul in Anatolia; Cornet, 22 Sept. 65 

17 May 76; Major, 18 May 81 ; Lt. Colonel, i July 81. 
John Charlton Kinchant, Cornet, ^iz Oct. 67; Lt. 28 Oct. 71 ; Capt. 8 Jan. 78 ; Major, i July 81 ; Lt. Colonel 

20 Dec. S2. 



16 Oct. 60; 

Lt. i'i3 Jan. 69; Cajii. 



COKNET oe 

Majobs. l^'RJ^^y.^- 

Augustus Charles Frederick FitzGeorge... 23 Dec. 64 

Charles Verelst Verelst P20 Oct. fig 

Edward Henry Green ""u Oct. 68 

Captains. I 

St. John Stewardson Taylor, Aide de ") -p ^ 

Camp to Major General C. C. Fraser ... S ^° ^'"-- "* 

p.s.c. Harry James Watson« 7 May 70 

Charles Edward Swaine^ ^ 13 June 68 

Kildare Borrowes 

Maxwell Archibald Close 

Lord Ed. Bernard Talbot, Adjt. 14 Sept. 71 

Robert Henry Hardy 



Lieutenants. 

Hon. Henry Arthur Ormsby Gore 

Algernon Francis Peyton 

Lord Ernest William Hamilton 

William Harrison 

Charles Henry Eyre Coote 

Thomas Forsyth-Forrest 

Thomas Morrall Jones-Tailby 

William Wheat Waring 

Hon. Osbert Victor George AtheUng Lumley 

Frederick Hope Lehmann 

Harold William Swithinbank 



II May 78 
25 May 78 
13 Aug. 79 
17 April 80 
22 Jan. 81 
22 Jan. 81 



LIEUT. I CAPTAIN. 



beey.maj. 



MAJOE. 



Pi 4 July 69 24 Nov. 77 
28 Oct. 71 3 Apr. 78 
?22 Oct. 70 24 Mar. 75 



14 Sept. 66 

28 Oct. 71 

P27 July 70 

14 Nov. 74 

2 Dec. 74 

20 Nov. 75 

28 Oct. 76 



II Nov. 

29 Nov. 

25 Sept. 

10 Nov. 

29 June 
I July 
I July 
I July 

22 Oct. 

22 Oct. 

28 June 



II Sept. 75 
19 Feb. 79 

1 Jan. 80 

2 Jan. So 
25 Sept. 80 
14 Sept. 81 
17 Dec. 81 



I July 8i 
I July 81 
20 Dec. 82 



Paymaster. — James Stuart, 31 Dec. 79 ; Cornet, P26 Apr. 64 ; Lieut. ''21 Mar. 68 ; Captain, 19 Jan. 76. 

Riding Master. — Albert Worthington, 20 May 82. 

Q,uarter lfos<e»-.— Edward Frayling, i April 76. j 

I 

Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 1 

Returned from India, J January xijZ. 1 

1 General Custance served in the Crimean campaign from 14th Aug. 1855, including the battle of Tchernaya, ; 
siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, Order of the Medjidie, 5th Class, and Turkish Medal) . Commanded 
the Carabineers at the outbreak of the mutiny at Meerut on loth 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 Budlekaserai (horse 
wounded), affair of gth June, and siege of Delhi. Commanded the whole of the IiTegular Cavalry under Sir Hope , 
Grant, at the storming of the city on the 14th September. Commanded the Cavalry of Brigadier Showers' Column ■ 
during the subsequent operations. In command of the Carabineers and Hodson's Horse captured the fortress of 
Kanound with 22 guns and 7"^ lacs of treasure. Also in command of the Carabineers and 2nd Bengal Fusiliers, sur- 
prised the city of Furruck Nuggur, taking the Na wab. 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 captm-e of the fortress Mitoudee, the actions of AUygung 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, dm-ing which frequently commanded detached Columns 
(thanked by the Governor General in Council, and frequently mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp, Brevet 0/ 
Colonel, and C£.). li 

s Captain Watson served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879 ; was Staff Officer at Conference | 
TTil l from 13th June to 3rd August, and served afterwards with th squadron of the Regiment in Baker Russell's 3 
Flying Column (Medal with Clasp) . I! 

7 Major Swaine served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at 
TJlundi (Medal with Clasp). Served in the Boer war of 1881 as Aide de Camp to Major General Drury Lowe com- 
manding the Cavalry Brigade. Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 as Aide de Camp to Major General Drury Lowe 
commanding the Cavalry Division, and was present at the engagements of El Magfar and Tel-el-Mahuta, the two 
actions at Kassasin, the battle of Tel-el-Kebir, and the capture of Cairo (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of 
Major, Medal with Clasp, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). 



Baugalor.!, Madras. ~] 
'.J 



12th {Tlie I'rince of Wales' Boijal) Lancers, 



rea ls' Ser. 
FuU Hulf 



Pay. 



Depot, Canterbury. J J.-iitii \^j.ne J. nnce uj tr cues JLWt/atJ JjailCerS, 1 54 

The Prince's Plume. The Rising Sun and Red Dragon. "Egypt" (with the Sphinx). "Peninsula" 

"Watebloo" "South Afhica, :85i-2-3" " Sevastopol "" Centkal India." ; 

Colonel.— Thomas Hooka Pearson, 1 CB. Cornet, '^14 Mar. 25; Lt. 1*1 Aug. 26; Ciipt. i'i6 Aug. 31 ; Bt. Major ' 
19 June 46; Major, P23 April 47; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 20 June 54; Coloyiel, 26 Oct. s%; Major General', 6 Mar."68 
Lieut. General, i Oct. 77; General, 1 July 81; Colonel 12th Lancers, 4 Feb. 79. 

Lieutenant Colonels.— John Cecil Russell, ^ Equerry to H.B.H. the Prince of Wales ; Cornet, J'18 Sept. 60 • 
Lt. P16 Aug. 64; Capt. i'28 May 70; Bt. Major, i April 74 ; Bt.Lt. Colonel, 29 Nov. 79 ; Jlfajor 5 Jun6 80' 
Lt.Colonel, i July 81. ' 

iTo?!. Walter John Stewart, Cornet,'^n Oct. 68 ; Lt.^g Oct. 69 ; Cajjf. 3 Oct. 74 ; Major, i July 81 ; Lt.Colonel 
30 Nov. 8i. ., . • . 



Pay. 



Majoes. 



cornet or 

2ND LIEUT. 



John Frederic Hornby p 30 Jan. 66 

Gabriel Roland Ruscombe Poole p 2 Jan. 69 

Edmund Morton Mansel-Pleydell p 8 June 70 

Captains. | 

Charles Edward Be<ik ' 

iMervyn Henry Archdale, Adjutant Herts ) ; 

{ Yeomanry Cavalry 5^ 

j Henry Ashton Ca,se, Adjutant Cavalry Bepot' 28 Oct. 
|George Heni'y Dean, Aide de Camp to the") | 

Governor of Bombay }\ 

Philip Paston Mack 1 

WilUam Colquhoun I 

jThomas Alexander Hill, Adjutant i Jan. 81; 

I Lieutenants. j 

Hon. George William Henry Vernon 1 

Robert Curzon Newton 15 Sept. 

Harry Seymour Richardson I 23 July 

John Henry Learmonth ! 17 Apr. 



Arthur Gillespie Churchill 

Thomas James Atherton 

(Robert Arthur Crawfurd Christie 

'Antonio Stephen Ralli 

Robert George Broad wood 

George Henry Johnston 

John Massy- Westropp 

William Frederick Honywood Hinde 



Aug. 
1 1 Aug. 
23 Oct. 
II Aug. 
22 Jan. 
19 Feb. 



LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



7 May 68 1 7 July 75 

3 Aug. 70 ?3i Oct. 71 

Mar. 71 31 Aug. 78 



3 Aug. 
14 Aug. 
28 Oct. 
30 Dec. 

9 Aug. 
12 Aug, 
26 Mar. 



26 Mar. 

12 Feb. 

10 Nov. 

10 Feb. 
I July 
I July 
I July 
I July 
I July 

1 July 
28 Jan. 

2 Aug. 



BEEV.MAJ. 



HAJOH. 



12 Nov. 7! 

5 June 8< 

10 Nov. 8c 

10 Feb. 8] 

10 Nov, 81 

30 Nov. 8] 

30 Nov. 8; 



I July 81 
iJuly 81 
30 Nov. 81 



15 ... Paymaster. — Alexander Sidney G. Jauncey, i Feb. 68 ; Honorary Captain, iYe}:>. t^. 
2 I ... \Riding Master.— Yvaxik. Shearme, 8 June 81. 

Quarter J/^asfer.— Westropp M'Mahon Weir, 17 April 80. 

Blue — Facings Scarlet. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Embarked for India, 29 December 1876. 

1 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 Cavali-y storming party (Medal). Served with the i6th Lancers at the 
battle of Maharajpore, 29th Dec. 1843 (Bronze Star). Also with the i6th Lancers in the Sutlej campaign ini846, 
including the action of Buddiwal, and battles of AUwal and Sobraon— at Aliwal he commanded the Right Wing 
I of the i6th Lancers, and commanded the Regiment in the latter part of the action; commanded the Regiment at 
i Sobraon and to the end of the campaign (twice mentioned in despatches. Medal and one Clasp, Brevet of Major, 
andC^.). 

j 3 Lt.Colonel J. C. Russell served throughout the second phase of theAshanti war in 1874 as Aidede Camp to Sir 
(Archibald Alison, and was present at the liattle of Amoaful, the battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie 
.'(mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp). 



^55 



13th. Hussars. 



Years' Ser. | 



Viret in JEternum." " Peninsula ' 



Alma 



TKUttia, Bengal. 
LDepot, Canterbury^ 
Balaklava " "Inkebman" 



27 Aug. 25 ; Bt.Major, 28 June 38 ; 
rGeneral, 6 April 60 ; Lieut. General, 



" Waterloo ' 
FnU Half! Sbtastopol." 

Pay. Pay. Colonel.— JolmLawreiison,! Cornet, 12 Nov. iS; Lt. 6 Dec. 21 ; Capf. » 
! Major, ^31 Dec. 39 ; Lt. Colonel, •'27 June 45 ; Colonel, 20 June 54 ; Majo 

! ' "s Auo-. 68 ; General, 2 Nov. 75 ; Colonel i3tli Hussars, 10 Dec. 68. 

Lieutenant Colonels.— Sir Baker Creed Russell,* KCB. KCMG. Aidede Camp to the Queen ; Cornet, 2 Nov. 55 ; 

Lt. I Aug. 56; Capt. P18 Feb. 59; Bt. Major, 24 Jan. 65 ; Bt.Lt.Colonel, i April 74 ; Major, 15 July 78; 

Colonel, 18 Feb. 80; Lt. Colonel, 29 Sept. 80. ,, , 

Herbert Hale Forbes Gifford, Cornet, 23 Oct. 57 ; Lt. 12 March 61 ; Capt. 20 July 73 ; Bt.Major, 2 March 81 ; 

Major, I July 81 ; Li. Colonel, i July 81. 



28 



Majoes. 

John Kinder Spilling 

Richard Kuox 

Robert Stevenson 



P 3 June 68 

Pie Oct. 67 

P I Mar. 64 



Captains. 

Thomas George Cuthell ''24 Jan. 65 

Ernest Richard Hope Torin 'is Feb 



Ernest Lucas Braithwaite 
Philip Kavanagh Doyne . 



23 Sept. 
'14 Mar. 



LIEUT. 



4 Feb. 
28 Oct. 
18 Dec. 



P 6 July 67 

28 Oct. 71 

28 Oct. 71 

Pie Mar. 70 



CAPTAIN. 



IS July 78 
17 Mar. 77 
■30 June 69 



7 May 70 
14 Dec. 79 
I April 79 
9 Feb. £2 



Lieutenants. 

HenryJohn Blagrov.e 

John Henry Watson 

Robt. Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell, > 

Adjutant i Apr. 82 ) 

Frederick Stevens Dimood 

Donald MacDougall 

FitzRoy James Wilberforce Farquhar I 21 Aug. 78 

Godfrey Massy Vere Hunt 7 June 79 

Walter Charles Smitbson, Station Staff \ , ,, „ 

Officer, Muttra j 7 Jan. Bo 

George John William Noble 14 Jan. 80 

William Anstruther-Thomson 17 April 80 

Kenneth MacLaren 11 Aug. 80 

Charles Walter Cottrell-Dormer 23 Oct. 80 

Angus Howard Reginald Ogilvy 22 Jan. 81 



BEEV.MAJ. 



MAJOK. 



I July 
T July 
5 July 



II Sept. 76 
II Sept. 76 

C Sept. 76 
19 May 80 
29 Sept. 80! 

I July 

I July 

I July 

I Julv 

I July 

I July 



Paymaster. — William Christie, 3 Sept. 81 ; Qr 
Riding Master. — Joseph Wood, 16 Aug. 82. 



Mr. 8 Aug. 68 ; Lt. 21 Aug. 72 ; Capt. 19 May So. 



Quarter Master. — Frederick Lewis, 23 Nov. 72 ; Hon. Captain, 23 Nov. 82. 

'Bine— Facings BnS.— Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Embarked for India 7 Jan. 1874. 

1 General Lawrenson commanded the 17th Lancers in the Eastern campaignof 1854-55, including the Cavalrj 
affair of Bulganac and battle of Alma. Appointed in July 1855, with the rank of Brigadier General to the Heavy 
Brigade, consisting of the ist 4th and 5th Dragoon Guards, ist 2nd and 6th Dragoons, which he commanded at 
the battle of Tchemaya. Succeeded Sir James Scarlett in December following, in command of the British Cavalry 
in the East, which command he held until the return of the Army in 1856 (Medal with two Clasps, Sardinian and 
Turkish Medals, and 4th Class of the Medjidie). 

* Sir Baker Creed Russell was at Meerut with the Carabineers at the outbreak of the Sepoy mutiny, and at Kurnaul 
when Colonel Gerrard was killed ; was afterwards present with Seaton's Movable Column at the battle of Gungaree, 
where — his three senior officers being killed— he commanded the Squadron of his Regt. and a Detachment of the 9th 
Lancers ; again, on the 17th Dec. 1857, he commanded the Cavalry in the action of Putteali, where over 700 Sepoys 
were killed,—" To Lieut. Russell," writes Sir Thomas Seaton in his despatch, " who commanded the Cavalry, as 
well as to his brave companions in arms, my thanks are specially due, for their gallantry in action and vigour in 
pursuit." He commanded the Cavah-y also at Mynpooree, where 250 of the rebels were killed, and was with his 
Regiment when General Penny was killed and Bareilly taken ; present at the relief of Bareilly, relief of Shahjehan- 
pore, capture of the Fort of Remai and pursuit with destruction of the Fort of Mahundee, action of Bunkagaon, 
operations in Oude and actions of Mohudipore and Russoolpore, attack and capture of Fort Mitoulee, actions of 
A Uigunge and Bisw%; also served with the Agra Field Force under Brigadier Showers in Central India in pursuit 
of Tantia Topee (Medal with Clasp). Accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley to the Gold Coast in September 1873 on 
special service. Organized the natives forming "Russell's Regiment," and commanded it throughout the 
Ashanti war of 1873-74. During the repulse of the Ashanti Army at Abrakrampa on the 5th and 6th November 
he commanded the defending forces. His regiment with Lord Gifford's Scouts formed the Advanced Guard of the 
Army from the River Prah to the north side of the Adansi Hills. Commanded the regiment, now forming part of th& 
nugraented Advanced Guard under Colonel M'Leod, at the attack and capture of Adubiassie, battle of Amoaful, 
attack and capture of Becquah, Advanced Guard engagement of Jarbinbah, skirmishes and ambuscade affairs 
between Adwabin and the River Ordah, battle of Ordahsu and capture of Coomassie (several times mentioned in 
despatches, Brevet of Lt.Colonel, CB., Medal with Clasp). Accompanied Sir Garnet Wolseley to South Africa in 
1879, and commanded the forces in the operations against Sekukuni resulting in the storming of the stronghold 
:ind subjugation of the tribe (mentioned in despatches, KCMG., Medal with Clasp). Served in the Egyptian war of 
1882, first as Assistant Adjutant General for Cavalry, and afterwards in command of a brigade of Cavalry, and was 
]iresont at the engagemont.s of El Magfar and Tel-el-Mahuta, the two actions at Kassasin, the battle of Tel-cl-Kebir, 
iuid the capture of Cairo (mentioned in despatches, KCB., Medal with Clasp, and 2nd Class of the Medjidie). 



^TpoTca'ntfrbS!- 1 ^^th {The King',) HUSSarS. 156 

'J'he Royal Cypher within the Garter. The Prussian Eagle. "Douse" " Talavkha " " Fuhntes d'Onor" 

"SALAMAXCi" "ViTIOBIa" "OetUEs" " PENINSULA " " PuNJAUB " " CuiLLIAN WALLAH " 

;Years'Ber.| " GoOJERAT " " Pebsia "" Centeal India." 

Full Half|Colonel.— Charles William Thompson,' Enmgn, P26 Feb. 36; Lieut. Pi/Jaa. 40; Capt. ?iDec. 48; Major, 
Piiy.| Pay. | v^ Nov. 55 ; Lt. Colonel, 17 Sept. 57 ; Colonel, 17 Sept. 62 ; Major General, 28 June 68 ; Lieutenant General, 
I i 5 Oct. 80; G-eneral, i July 81 ; Colonel 14th Hussars, i May 82. 

lieutenant Colonels.— John' Hmiter Knox, Cornet, 30 Mar. 58; Lt. ^S Feb. 61; Capt. *2 Oct. 66; Major, 

15 June 76; Lt. Colonel, 15 June 81. 
Charles Falkiner Morton, Cornet, ''18 Feb. 62; Lt. P21 July 63; Capt. ''12 June 69; Major, 10 April 81 ; 
Lieuteriant Colonel, i July 8i. 



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5 Mar. 61 1 12 Oct. 681 10 June 74 
27 June 68 ^lo Aug. 70I 18 Sept. 75 
22 Dec. 63 P 7 Nov. 68' 26 Aug. 76 



''4 Feb. 71 P27 Oct. 71, irOct. 76 

P 2 Feb. 64 ''21 Aug. 69; 8 Jan. 77 

P 9 May 65 ""i^ July 70, 24 Feb. 77 

28 Oct. 71; 28 Oct. 71; 23 July 79 



Majoes. 

James Dennis 

James Kentish 

Thomas Edward Stopford Hickman 

Captains. 

Richard Garth 

William Rose Wynter 

William Noel Hill 

p.s.c. Hon. Hugh George Gough 

LlBtTTENANTS. 

William Henry Bum 

Augustus John English 

Christopher Devonsher ViUiers Tuthill, ) 

Adjutant 27 Aug. 79 i 

Arthur Charles King 

Richard Owen,'' Aide de Camp to the Com- ) 

mander in Chief, JEast Indieg j 

Gilbert Henry Claude Hamilton 

Charles Edward Skyring Hemery 

Charles Cecil Percy Stoughton .". 

Henry Wilmot Mitchell 

James Kemp Fraser 

Hugh Kirk 

Francis James Norman 

Arthur Brooks Broadhurst 

Lawrence Anthony Stransham 



IPaymaafer.—'Edw&TA Henry O'Dowd, 18 Dec. 63 ; Hon. Major, 
' Riding Master. — Thomas Graham, i Feb. 82. 
Quarter Master. — Frederick Mugford, 20 Sept. 82. 



LIEUT. CAPTAIN. | BBEV.MA.I. MAJOE. 







12 Nov. 73 






30 Dec. 73 






28 Feb. 74 






21 Sept. 74 






12 Nov. 73 






I Sept. 75 







6 Oct. 76 






20 Nov. 76 


13 Aug. 


7P 


I July 8i 


25 Feb. 


80 


I July 81 


14 Jan. 


80 


I July 8i 
10 Dec. 81 
28 Jan. 82 
23 June 82 



July 81 
July 81 
July 81 



Dec. 78 ; Staff" Paymaster, 1 Feb. 



Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Embarked for India, 4 January 1876. 
' General Thompson served as a Captain in the British Legion, and was engaged atHernani, 30th Aug. 1835 ; 
at Arlaban, i6th, 17th and iSth Jan. ; and the action before San Sebastian, 5th May 1836, when he was severely 
wounded in the hip and the hand (KSF.&nd Medal). Served the campaign of the Punjaub in the 14th Light 
Dragoons, was engaged at Ramnuggur (horse wounded) 22nd Nov. 1848, at Chillianwallah 13th Jan., and at 
Goojerat 21st Fob. 1849 (Medal with two Clasps). Present also at the crossing of the Chenab, Jhelum, and Indus ; 
at the surrender of the Sikh army at Rawul Pindee, the capture of the Bridge of Boats at Attock, and pursuit of 
the Atfghans to Peshawur. Commanded the 7th Dragoon Guards in India continuously from 1S57 to 1867. 

' Lieut. Osven served in the Afghan war of 1879-30, first attached to the 9th Lancers, and afterwards as Aide de 
Camp to Sir Donald Stewart (Medal). 



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The Crest oi Enerland within the Garter. MereUmur. "Emsdobf" "Villiebs en Couche" " Egmont- 

op-Zkk" '•SAHi.Gux" "Vitioeia" "Peninsula" " Watekloo "" Afghanistan, 1878-80." 
Colonel. — George William Key, Cornet, ''5 July 31 ; Lt. 25 Aug. 33 ; Capt. Pi6 Sept. 37 ; Major, ''14 June 42 ; 

Lt.Colonel, g Feb. 47; Colonel, 2S Nov. 54; Major General, 6 Feb. 62; Lieut. General, 30 July 71; 

Geyteral, i Oct. 77; Co?o!!f/ 15th Hussars, 19 Nov. 71. 
lieutenant Colonels.— George Luck,i CS. Cornet,^ 16 Apiil 38 ; Lf. ^20 Dec. 59; Capt. fg Nov. 67; Major, 

2 Mar. 78; Lt.Colonel, 29 Apr. 79. 
William Henry Field, Cornet, P17 May 61 ; Lf. fjo July 66; Co^jf. i"? July 69; Major, 1 July 8i ; Lt.Colonel, 

29 Sept. 8i. 



Majobs. 

Waiiam Wliite^ _ 

Frederick Henry Beck^ 

Henry Hall^ 

Captains. 

John Bullen Symes-BuUen* 

George Dighy Filmer SnUvan^ 

Arthur Gambler Holland^ 

Patrick John Waldron, Adjutant Easf) 

Lothian Yeomanry Cavalry S 

Harry Arnold Armitage 

George Allen Webbe, Aide de Camp to Sir \ 

Frednrick FitzWygram ) 

Lieutenants. 

Moubray Allfrey'" 

Henry Lawrence Daly^ 

Hon. Rupert Leigh= 

''Bon. Arthur Manners^^ 

Charles Edmund Browne'^ 

[James Redmond Patrick Gordon," .4(i-7 

I jKia«< 25 Jan. 81 j 

Harry Evelyn Stracey Pocklingtoni* 

Tyrell Other Wmiam Champion de] 

I Crespignyis j 

Percy Knight Hale Coke" 

Herbert Christian Holland'^ 

Reginald Cokayne Cokayne-Frith 

Chas. Wm.Wentworth De Vere Beauclerk 



2ND LIEUT. 



CAPTAIN. 



•"11 Jan. 67J'' I April 68 13 May 74 
5*27 Feb. 67 ''is June 68^ 17 Jan. 75 
8 Jan. 68 16 Mar. 70. 7 Jan. 74 



i'22May 66 
■"13 June 68 
''24 July 69 



1 Jan. 79 
22 Jan. 79 
13 Nov. 78 

2 July 79 
26 Mar. 79 
II May 78 



! Jan. 79 



•■14 July 69 23 June 75 

28 Oct. 71 24 June 76 

28 Oct. 71' 29 April 79 

7 Jan. 74 29 Sept. Si 

I Feb. 73 I Feb. 82 

28 Feb. 74; I Oct. 82 



2 Dec. 74 

28 Feb. 74 

II Feb. 76 

6 Oct. 77 

15 May 80 

25 Jan. 81 

25 Jan. 81 

I July Si 

I July 81 

I July 81 
10 May 



[ July 81 
[ July 81 
July 81 



May So 



Pa^mas^fr.— Charles W. J. Taylor, 18 Jan. 79; Fns. ^1$ Feb. 61 ; Li. P4 Dec. 66; Capt. 15 Aug. 75. 
Hiding Master. — David Noble Smith, 8 June 72 ; Kon. Captain, 8 June 82. 
Quarter jlfa«<er.— Stephen Henry Staniland, 30 June 69; Hon. Captain, i July 81. 



Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Embarked for India, 14 Nov. 1869. 

1 Lt.Colonel Luck was i)resent at the operations against the Jowaki Afreedees in January 187S (Medal with Cla^p). 
Served with the t/andahar Column in the Afghan war of 1878-80, including the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzai ; 
commanded a squadron of the isth Hussars and a troop of the ist Punjaub Cavalry in engagements with the 
Afghan cavalry at Takht-i-Pul on the 4th January 1S79 (slightly wounded, mentioned in despatches. Medal). Served 
with the Thull-Chotiali Field Force under Brigadier General Biddulph, and accompanied Major General Phayre, 
in command of his regiment, in the march to the relief of Candahar in August 1880 (mentioned in despatches. 
Medal). Served in the Boer war of 1881 in command of the :5th Hussars. 

2 Major White served with the 15th Hussars in the Candahar Column in the Afghan war in 1878-79, including 
the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzai ; also served with the ThuU-Chotiali Field Force under Brigadier General Bid- 
dulph, and accompanied Major General Phayre in his march to Candahar (Medal). 

3 Major Beck served with the 15th Hussars in the Afghan war in 1880 (Medal). Servedin the Boer war of 1881. 
* Captain Symes-Bullen served with the 15111 Hussars in the Boer war of x88i. 

^ Major Hali, Captain Holland and Lieut. Hon. R. Leigh served with the 15th Hussars in the Candahar Column in 
the Afghan war of 1878-80, including the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzai, and was present in the engagements with the 
Afghan cavalry at Takht-i-Pul (mentioned in despatches). Also served with the Thull-Chotiali Field Force under 
Brigadier General Biddulph, and accompanied Major General Phayre in his march to Candahar (Medal). Served 
in the Boer war of 1881. 

^ Captain SuUvan and Lieutenant Dalj' served with the isth Hussars in the Candahar Column in the 
Afghan war of 1878-80, includiug the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzai. Also served with the Thull-Chotiali Field 
Force under Brigadier General Biddulph, and in the Column under Major General Phayre in Southern Afghanistan 
(Medal). Served in the Boer war of 18S1. 

1° Lieut. AlUrey served with the 15th Hussars in the Candahar Column in the Afghan war in 187S-79, including 
the advance to Khelat-i-Ghilzai (Medal). 

^ Lieut, the Hon. A. Manners served with the 15th Hussars in the Candahar Column in the Afghan war of 1878- 
80, and was present at the affair in the Ghlo Pass ; also served with the Thull-Chotiali Field Force under Brigadier : 
General Biddulph, and subsequently in Southern Afghanistan (Medal). Served in the Boer war of 1881. 

13 Lieuts. Browne, Gordon, Pockhngton and Do Crespigny served with the 15th Hussars in the Afghan war in ■ 
1880 (Medal). Served in the Boer war of 1881. 

I* Lieut. Coke served with the 15th Hussars in the Boer war of 1E81. 

'5 Lieut. Holland served with the 8th Hussars in the Afghan war in 1879-80, and with the 15th Hussars in 
Southern Afghanistan in 18E0 (Medal). Served in the Boer war of lEEi. 



Tears' ! 



Daadaik. ] 16th {The Queen's) Lancers. 158 

The Royal Cypher within the Gartei-. Auf Cursu, aut Cominus armis. "Talaveha" "Fuenies d'Onoe" 

•' Salamanca " "Vittoria" "Nive" "Peninsula" "Waterloo" "Bhurtpoeb" "Affghanistan" 

"Ghuznee" "Mahakajpore" "Aliwal" "Sobkaon." 

Colonel.— Charles Cameron Slmte.i CB., Cornet, Piq July 34 ; Zt. ^13 May 39 ; Capt. ^s Mar. 47 ; Major, 1 

June 54 ; Bt.Lt.Colonel, 12 Dec. 54 ; Li. Colonel, ^ig Feb. 58 ; Colonel, 21 Sept. 58 ; Major General, 6 Mar. 68 ; 

Lieut. General, i Oct. 77; General, i Jviiy 81 ; Co/oKe? i6th Lancers, 15 Jan. 78. 
Lieutenant Colonels.— p.s.c. George Salis-Schwabe,^ Corned, ^23 Sept. 63; Lt.'^g Jniie 65; Capt. ^sgt'Ma.j 

67 ; Major, 17 Mar. 77 ; Lt. Colonel, i Jul.y 81. ! 

Robert Thirkill Maillard,* Cornet, ^12 Mar. 61 ; Lt. P3 Oct. 62; Capt. 26 Nov. 68; Major, i July 81; Zt. 

Colonel, 21 July 82. . 



Majors. 

Thomas Davison 

Henry L'Estrange Malone, Aide de Camp ) 

to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland 3 

Thomas Horsfall Heaton Garrett 



Captains. 
Henry Grahaxa., Adjutant Wiltshire 7eo-'\ 

manry Cavalry i 

Edward Chadwick, Adjutant Suffolk Yeo- j 

manry Cavalry 3 

Stephen John Stevens, ^ -!(?/«/./»' : Fife- 1 

shire Ught Horse Volunte.r.-: ) 

James Melville Babington 

Henry Richard Lloyd Howard 

Henry Leycester Aylmerf^ 

William Henry Wyld 

John Edward Leveson Jervis, Visct. St. ) 

Vincent' j 

Robert Gordon Sharman-Crawtbrd, Ad/. | 

10 Apr. 80 ) 



Lieutenants. 

Walter Hill Chetwynd 

Stephen Frewen 

Windham Henry Wyndham-Quin., 

William Byron Browne 

Julian Oswald 

Matthew Herbert Woods 

James Alexander Orr-Ewing 

Lovelace Stamer 

Herbert Crowe Dugdale 

John Digby Calley 

William Howard 



P 8 June 67 
P22Aug. 68 
^13 July 70 

Pi4July 69 
''25 Sept. 69 
•'21 Aug. 66 



Sept. 

P14 Sept. 

Mar. 



13 Mar. 
24 July 

22 Mar. 
22 Mar. 
22 Mar. 
n Sept. 
22 Jan. 
22 Jan. 
19 Feb. 



LIEUI. 



31 July 69 
' 7 May 70 
' 4 Feb. 71 

PioJune 71 
''28 June 71 
Pis April 71 
6 Sept. 73 
23 Mar. 74 
28 Oct. 71 
•"29 Jan. 70 
28 Oct. 71 
20 Nov. 75 



30 April 
9 Jan. 
20 Feb. 

15 Aug. 

16 Oct. 
I Dec. 

15 Mar. 
I July 
I July 

1 July 

2 Aug. 



CAPTAIN. 



BP.EV.MAJ. 



7 Aug. 75 
31 Dec. 74} 
24 Feb. 76, 

i 



16 Feb. 
30 April 79 

7 Mar. 77 
20 Feb. 80! 
IS Aug. 80! 

X Dec. bo! 
14 June 76; 
26 Feb. 81' 

5 July 82! 



MAJOB. 



1 July 81 
1 July St 
21 Julv 82 



Nov. 7Sf 



Paymaster. — William Henry Buttanshaw, 23 June 63; Hon. Major, 23 June 70. 
Hiding Master. — Richard Henry Boyle, ^ 23 April 61 ; Hon. Captain, t July 81. 
Quarter Master. — Henry Murphy,'" 27 Nov. 66; Hon. Captain, i July 81. 

Scarlet — Facings Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Returned from India 6th January i&tj. 

^ Lieut. General Shute acted as Adjutant with the right wing of the 13th Light Dragoons in the campitign againflt 
he Rajah of Kurnool, East Indies, in 1839. Served with the 6th Dragoons the Eastern campaign of 1854-56 as 
assistant Adjutant General of the Cavalry Division from 23rd Nov. 1854 to 2nd July 1856, when tho division was 
nally broken up, includmg the battles of Balaklava (mentioned in Sir James Scarlett's despatch) an<l inkerman, 
iege and fall of Sebastopol, night attack on the Russian outposts on the 19th Feb. 1855, and battle of theTchemaya 
Medal with three Clasps, Brevet of Lt. Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, Turkish 
ledal, and CB.) . 

^ Lt.Colonel Schwabe sei-ved in the latter part of the Zulu war of 1879, in command of the Native CaiTier Corpa 
ja.ooo strong), which he organised (Medal with Clasp). 

[> Lt.Colonel Maillard served in the Boer war of 18S1 under Sir Eveljni Wood as Brigade Major of the Cavalry 
irigade . 

i* Major Stevens served with the 90th Light Infantry in the Gaika war of 1878, including tho operations in the 
''aterkloof and the attack on the Taba Indoda — dangerously wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, 
ledal with Clasp). 

;* Captain Aylmer served in the Ashanti war from the 30th November 1873 ; commanded the Cape Coast Volunteers 
'' Wood's Regiment, with the advanced guard under Major Furze during the march to the Prah ; and afterwards 
)mm;inded the post of Essiaman on the line of communications (Medal with Clasp), 

' Lord St. Vincent served in the Zulu war of 1879 as Orderly Officer to Major General Marshall, and was present 

ith the 17th Lancers in the engagements at Zuinguin Mountain and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). Served as Orderly 
fficer to Bri.Lcadier General C. M. MacGregor in the expedition against the Marrees in Southern Afghanistan in 
i8o (meutioucd in despatches. Medal). Served in the Boer war of iSSi as Adjutant of Barrow's Mounted Infantry . 
^ Captuiii liuylo served the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 in the 5th Dragoon Guards and was present in the 
littles of lialaklava, Inkerman, and Tchemaj'a, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, and 
;irkish Medal). 
f*" Quarter Master Murphy served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp), 



159 17th {The Duke of Camhridye's Oiun) Lancers 

Death's Head, with the Motto, " Or G/oi-y."— " Alma" "Balaklava" "Inkebmaj 



I Mhow, Bombay. 
LDepot, Canterbury. 

'SliVASTOPOL" 



Colonel in Chief.— Field Ma 



GCMG. GCSI. 21 June 76. 
Colonel.— John Charles Hope Gibsone,' Corne/, P8 Oct. 30; i/. Pi5 Aug. 33; Cff;^^. ''24 July 35 ; J/aJor, ? 25 

Feb. 45 ; Lt.Colonel, ^s Sept. 47 ; Colonel, 28 Nov. 54; J/oyor General, 28 June 62; Lieut.General, 25 Oct. 

71 ; General, i Oct. 77 ; Colonel 17th Lancers, 22 Sept. 75. 
Lieutenant Colonels.— p. i.e. Samuel Boulderson," Comet, 20 Nov. 56; Lt. 23 Jan. 57: Ca;;^ 17 Nov. 63; 

Jlfajor, S Mar. 76 ; Bt. Lt.Colonel, 29 Nov. 79 ; Lieutenant Colonel, 27 April 81. 
Thomas Arthur Cooke,^ Cornet, ?i6 May 62 ; Lt. 9 July 65 ; Capt. »2o July 70 ; Major, i July 81 : Zt. 

Colonel, I Apr. 82. .//../. j 



" Oj- G/oi-y."- "Alma" "Balakla 
Cenibal Ixdia " " South Africa, 
hal ILin Soyal Highnesa George W. F. C, Duke of Cambridge, KG. KP. GCS. 



Majoes. 

Starling Meux Benson 

Ernest Augustus Belford'i 

Son. John Plej'dell-Bouverie'' 



Captains. 
p.s.c. Frederick William Benson, Brigaded 

Major, Poona ^ 

Mortimer Graham Neeld'^ 

Herbert Charles Jenkinsi' 

Charles Hotham Purvis'^ 

Henry Fortescue^^ 



Lieutenants. 

Thomas Augustus Steele"" 

Edward Bleiddian Herbert"' 

Hon. Lionel Henry Dudley Fortescue,-" ) 

Adjutant 30 Dec. 79 j" 

Charles James Anstruther-Thomson"' 

Charles Henry Butler"* 

WiUiam Gordon Renton 

James Holland Dyer 

Charles Coventry 

Thomas Henry Standbridge 

Harry "William Ralph Ricardo 

Hon. Herbert Alexander Lawrence 

George Charles Clyde D'Aguilar 




[3 Jan. 69 



II May . 

II May 78 

22 Mar. 79 
6 Aug. 79 

2j Sept. 80 

23 Apr. "- 



7 Feb. 67 

''24 April 6g 

' Aug. 69 



9 April 70 

12 Nov. 

13 June 74 
12 Feb. 75 
15 July 76 



II Sept. 
29 Nov. 
II Nov. 

27 Apr. 
I July 
I July 
I July 
I July 

1 July 

28 Jan. 
10 May 

2 Aug. 



BBEV.MAJ. 



27 July 70 I July 81 

1 2 Aug. 74 7 Jan. 82 

28 Mar. 77 I Apr. 



24 Jan. So 
7 Jan. 82 
I Apr. 82 

5 June 82 

6 June 82 



2" Lieut, the Hon. L. H. D. Fortescuo 
served with the 17th Lancers in the 
Zulu war of 1879, and was present in 
the engagements at Zuinguin Moun- 
tain and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

"3 Lieut. Anstmther - Thomson 
served with the 17th Lancers in the 
Zulu war of 1879, and was present 
in the engagement at TJiuudi (Medal 
with Clasp). 

"* Lieut. Butler served with the 
1 7th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, 
and was present in the engagement 
at Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 



Paymaster.— John Montague Russell,"^ 16 Jan. 82 ; Lt. 24 April 71 ; Capt. 16 Oct. 80. 

Riding Master. — John Perry, 6 Dec. 73. 

Quarter Master. — Douglas Shawe, 4 Feb. 71; Hon. Captain, i July 81. 



Blue — Facings White. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Embarked for Natal, 25 Feb. 79. 

' General Gibsone served throughout the Kaffir war of 1846-47, and was present on almost every occasion 
in which the Troops were engaged with the enemy ; and he had the command of and led the charge of Cavalry in 
the decisive affair of the Gwanga, on the 8th June 1846, when a large body of the enemy was encountered and utterly 
broken, leaving upwards of 400 dead on the field, on which occasion his services were warmly acknowledged in the • 
public despatches, and his name pai-ticularly mentioned in general orders (Medal). 

6 Lt.Colonel Boulderson served during the Indian mutiny, with the Artillery at Peshawur in 1857, and in 1S58-59 
with Lind'8 Mooltanee Horse ; this Regiment was part of the force under Brigadier General Troup which advanced , 
into Oude from Shahjehanpore. Served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the 
engagement at Ulundi (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

' Lt.Colonel Cooke served with the 17th Lancers throughout the Zulu war ot 1879, and was present in the engage- 
ments at Zuinguin Mountain and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

1' Major Belford served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1S79, and was present in the engagement at 
Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

■^2 Major the Hon. John Pleydell-Bouverie served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, and was 
present in the engagements at Zuinguin Mountain and Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

i^ Captain Neeld served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present as Orderly Officer to Colonel 
Drury Lowe, commanding the Cavalry Brigade in the engagement at Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

'■^ Captain Jenkins served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, aad was present in the engagements 
at Zuinguin Mountain and — as Adjutant of the Regiment — at Ulundi (severely wounded. Medal with Clasp). 

18 Captain Purvis served with the 17th Lancers as Transport Officer in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in 
the engagement at Ulundi (Medal with Clasp). 

" Captain Henry Fortescue served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 

"0 Lieut. Steele served with the 17th Lancers in the Zula war of 1879 (Medal with Clasp). 

•' Lieut. Herbert served with the 17th Lancers in the Zulu war of 1879, and was present in the engagement at 
Vlundi (Medal with Clasp) . 

>* Captain Russell.— For War Services, see Army Pay Department. 



Longford. 



Years' Ser. 


Full 
Pay. 


Half 
Pay. 


24 




19 




16 
16 




>5 




16 

16 




12 




10 




9 
9 




7 
9 




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12 


2V. 



18th Hussars. 

Tekinsula" " Wateeloo." 



160 



Colonel.— .S'/j- Thomas Westropp lI'Mahon,' Bar^. CB. Cornet, 24 Dec. 29; X?. ''2 Dec. 31 ; dipt, ^g June 3S ; 

3£(yoc, f 13 July 47; Lt. Colonel, \2 Dec. 54 ; Colonel, 12 Dec. 57 ; Major General, 6 Mar. 68; Lieutenant 

General, i Oct. 77; General, 12 April 80 ; Colonel iSth Hussars, 6 Jan. 74. 
Lieutenant Colonel. — Harold Estlalle Malet. Corjiet, 18 Oct. 59; Lt. ^18 Dec. 60; Capf.'^i Mar. 64; Brevet 

Major, I Oct. 77; Major, 31 Oct. 77 ; Lt. Colonel, i July 81. 
Uvedale Edward Parry Okeden, Cornet, ^ig April 64 ; Lt. Pis Feb. 68; Capt. i April 75 ; Major, i July 81 ; 

Lt. Colonel, 31 Oct. 82. 



Ma.toes. 

Harry William Parker 

David Bryce Burn 

Charles Osborne Gould 

Captains. 

Charles Willoughby Hem ans 

Athelstane Robert Pryce 

George Edward Beale Browue- 

Bernhard Drysdale Moller 

George Henry Thomas Van Notten Pole... 

Richard Hobart Morrison, Adjutant 26 ■) 

Feb. 81 i 

Lieutenants. 

Frederick Tremayne Miles 

Francis Dale Tagart 

Francis John Paul Butler 

Richard Ale.xander Scott 

Fen wick Bulmer de Sales La Terriere 

Henry Thomas Hall 

William Reginald Carrie 

George Robert Bromi Patten 

George Hereward Cardew 

Eustace Ohaloner Knox 



Pie Oct. 67 ^12 May 69 
P 8 May 67|''i4 Oct. .68 
''21 Mar. 68 J" 9 Feb. 70 



15 May 67 
P24 Oct. 67 
28 Oct. 71 



8 Dec. 77 
30 Jan. 78 
19 Feb. 81 



28 Oct. 
' 8 June 
28 Oct. 
8 May 
21 Dec. 
13 June 74 



II Feb. 

2 Dec. 

6 Oct. 
28 April 

I July 
18 Dec. 

I July 
22 Oct. 

9 Aug. 
30 Aug. 



CAPTAIN. 



BEET. MA.I 



MAJOB. 



I April 761 
15 May 75' 
I20 Mar. 78; 

I 



29 June 78 
7 Aug. 76 
14 Dec. 78 
18 Dec. 80 
31 Oct. 82 
31 Oct. 82 



I July 3i 
I July 81 
31 Oct. 82 



1 Sir Thomas M'Mahon served with 
the 9th Lancers in the Sutlej cam- 
paign in 1848, and was present at the 
battle of Bobraon (Medal). Served 
the Eastern campaign of 1854 as 
Assistant Quarter Master General to 
the Cavalry Division, including the 
battles ofthe Alma, li:: ,i':':i vm. and 
Tchernaya, and siegi' ■ ~ 1 ; ;^i' ; 
served also the caninn m 

command of the 5th Dimu i li miiIs 
(Medal with three Clasps, CB., Sar- 
dinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th 
Class of the Medjidie). 



^*li2\Pai/maiiter. — James O'Brien Drury,^ 3 Jan. 81 ; Ens. 27 May 62; Lt. i Apr. 70; Capt. 24 Jan. 3o. 
Riding Master. — Jacob Hodgins, 22 April 71 ; Hon. Captain, 1 July 81. 
Quarter Master. — Jacob MerrUl.s 3 Feb. 75. 



Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Heturned from India, 18 January 1S76. 



3 Captain Browne served during the second phase of the Ashanti war in 1874 (Medal with Clasp). 

5 Quarter Master Merrill served with the Central India Field Force in 1858, under Sir Hugh Rose, 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 
1858 to March 1859 (Medal with Clasp). 

8 Captain Drury.— For War Services, see Army Pay Department. 



i6i 



19th Hussars. 



Yrs.' 


Seiv. 
Half 
Pay 


3= 




27 




15 


... 


22 




15 

12 




9 


... 


9 
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i,Dep6t, Aldershot. 



The Elephant.— " AssjlYb" " Niagaba." 
Colonel.— John Yorke.i CS. Cornet, '21 Dec. 32; Lt. P5 Dec. 34; Capt. i'i4Dec. 41; JUa;or,P4 Sept. 49 ; Lt. Colonel, 
i'4Fclj.53: Co?one/, 28 Kov. 54; Major General, 17 June 66; Lt. General, i Aag.T^ { General, i Oct. 77; Colonel 
19 Hussars, 6 May 72. 
Lieutenant Colonels'.— Kendall Josiab William Coghill.s CB. Cornet, 26 Feb. 51 ; Zf. i Oct. 55 ; Capt, 

6 Feb. 63 ; Bt.Major, 11 July 77 ; Major, 15 March 79 ; Zt. Colonel, i July 81. 
Arthur George "Webster," Cornet, 20 Dec. 56; Lt. 10 Mar. 57; Capt! 23 July 69; Major, 1 July 81; 
X^ Colonel, 14 Jane 82. 



8 July 6i 
Pi6Aug. 6: 
''as Apr. 6i 



Majobs. 
Percy Harry Stanley Barrow,^"' CMG.,\ 

Brigade Major, Aldershot i 

Henry Wise Ridley Blackett 

Clement Smith 

Alexander Mitchell Taylor (Bt. Zt.Col.,^ 
8 Nov. 82) S 



Captains. I 

John Denton Pinkptone French, Adjutanf} 

jS'orilnimherlaiul Yfomnnry Cavalry i I 

John Compton Hanford-Flood 

Charles Bradford Harries Jenkins 

Henry Murray Ashley Warde i 

Dudley Bichard Apthorp | 

Herbert Edward Eeynolds 

William Pochin Warner 

LlEniENANTS. 

Hugh O'Connor Henchy 

Maurice Wright 

David Edward Durell Barclay 

John Douglas Maude Guthrie 

Frederick Arthur Freeman i 13 Aug. 

Edmund Kendal Grimstone Aylmer I 11 Aug. 

JoLn Charles Ker Fox, Adjutant 26 Feb. 

How Dalrymple Fanshawe 

Harry Graham Marsh 

John Charles Arthington Walker 

Hugh Gerald Stewart Young 

Walter Spencer-Stanhope | 

Harold George De Pledge 

George Osbaldeston Welch 

Ralph Wise Nicholson i 



Dec. 



LIEUT. 




14 Sept. 


70 


P 7 Aug. 


6- 


i>22 June 


70 


30 Dec. 


71 


28 Feb. 


74 


26 Mar. 


74 


13 June 


74 


21 Aug. 


74 


20 Nov. 




II Feb. 


76 


9 Aug. 


73 


14 Feb. 


76 


29 Nov. 


76 


I Oct. 


Ho 


I July 




I July 


Hi 


I July 


81 


I July 


81 


28 June 


82 


29 July 


82 


29 July 


82 


2 Aug. 


82 


2 Aug. 


82 


2 Aug. 


82 


2 Aug. 


82 


2 Aug. 


82 



BREV.MAJ. 



23 Jan. 75' 29 Nov. 79 i July 81 

I July 81 

26 Apr. 82 

14 June 82 



t6 Mar. 72' 
25 May 78 
I Oct. 80' 



16 Oct. 80 
1 July 81 
I July 81 

17 Dec. 81 
26 Apr. 82 
14 June 82 
16 Aug. 82I 



Paymaster. — Duncan C. O. Spiller," i A])r 

Fuymaster, 26 July 82. 
Riding Master. — Robert Speirs, 19 Aug. 74. 
Quarter Master. — John White, 27 June 74. 



Ens. 14 Aug. 60 ; Zt. 



0. 64; Capt. 10 Nov. 69; Stiff 



Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
Heturnedfrom India, 23 March 1870. 

' General Yorkc 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. daring a 
violent gale in the Black Sea between Varnaand 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. 

* Lt.Colonel 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. Sei-ved in General Showers' Force in the taking of the Forts of Rewarrie, Jujjhur, Ranaude, Furrucknugur, and 
BuUumbghur. Also present at the capture of the Heights of Sonah (Medal with Clasp) . 

3 Lt.Colonel 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 1S57. 

1° Major Barrow served throughout the Zulu war of 1879 in command of a squadron of mounted infantry and 
some irregular ipounted troops, and was present at the engagements of Inyezane and Gingindhlovu (mentioned in 
despatches. Brevet of Major, CMG., Medal with Clasp). Served under Sir Evelyn Wood in the Boer war of 1881, 
in command of the Mounted Infantry. 

11 Major Si^iller. — For War Services, see Army Pay Department. 



] 20th Hussars. 162 

" Peninsula." 
' Colonel.— C.Michael William Smith,! CB.Enalgn.^ic, Nov. 30; Lt. ^ai Feb. 34 ; Capt. ^23 Apr. 39 ; 2Iajor, g Feb. 47; 
- Zt. Colonel, 1*8 Mar. 50; Colonel, 28 Nov. 54; Major General, 4 July 64; Lieut. Gencrnl, 19 Jan. 73; Qenerul, 
i I Oct. 77; Colonel 20th Hussars, 22 Nov. 70. 

Lieutenant Colonels.— Frederic Chenevix-Trench,^ MilUary Attache at St. Peterahurij , Cornet, 20 Jan. 57; Lt. 
I 30 April 58 ; Ca;j^ 7 Dec. 67 ; Major, 7 June 79; Lt. Colonel, 25 Feb. 80. 

Cecil Mangles, Cornet, 20 Feb. 61 ; i<. 16 Oct. 66 ; Cajj«. i Feb. 73; Major, 30 Nov. 79; Lt. Colonel, i July Si. 



COKNET 


OR 














20 May 


61 13 Nov. 66 


30 April 73 




P15 Jan. 


6iPi8Dec. 63 


P 9 April 70' 


16 Oct. 


66, 17 Jan. 70 


13 Sept. 74 


II Dec. 


661 2 Aug. 71 

1 


12 June 78 




13 July 


67! 28 Oct. 71 


12 Feb. 79 




23 Jan. 


69' 28 Oct. 71 


7 June 79 




P 5 May 69 


3 Aug. 72 


23 Jan. 


6g' 28 Oct. 71 


30 Nov. 79 




23 April 73 


I Jan. 80; 




9 Aug. 73 


23 Mar. 81 





9 Aug. 73 


I July 81I 




II Dec. 73 


I Oct. 81 




2 Dec. 74 








II Feb. 75 






13 Nov. 


78 I Mar. 79 
; II Oct. 78 












9 Jrtiy 


79 18 Aug. 3o 






17 Apr. 


8oi 23 Mar. 81 






23 Apr. 


8i ' I July 81 








22 Oct. 81 








29 July 82 








2 Aug. 82 








2 Aug. 82 




Ens. r28 


July 63; Lt. 15 Nov. 68; Capt. 25 June 76 


2 ; Hon. Capt 


ain, S June 8 


2. 





July 


81 


.July 


81 


.Tnlv 


81 


July 


8t 



I Majoks. 
George 'Manners Onslow 1 

Ge.ai'c Williaui Adolphus FitzGeovge* (Bt.\\, 

I i.M „/„„/, , Nov. 82) Jl 

BeiijiMiini W.-ii- Ml, Blake 

p.s.c. Willuiiii Chutn-ode Lloyd 

! CAPTilNS. 

'p.K.c. John Thomas Browne, Adjutant Shrop- '1 
[ shire Yeomanry Caeain/ ) 

Francis John Graves,' Ad/ufanf Staffordshire \ 
1 Yeomanry Cai-alrs/ ' > 

Hon. Miles Stapleton 

jWilliam John Irwin 

Thomas Barnes Weston I 

iAscanius William Nevill Thomas 

'Edward Reginald Courtenay,'' Adjutant 23) 1 
I March 81 .' jj 

Lewis Edmond Gurney 1 

Lieutenants. 

'Richard John Erskine Oliver-Bellasis 

! Stair Hathorn Johnston Stewart 

Edward Richmond 

(Horace George Proctor Beauchamp 

Alfred Morris 

Arthur Leeth.im 

Henry Graham 

William Douglas Whatman 

John Clifford Ghaplui 

Norton Legge 

William Nicholson 

Paymaster. — Hans R. Rathljorne, 31 March 81 ; . 

Riding Master.— Thojna.a Asher Tooth, 11 Oct. 8: 

Quarter J/"as^er.— Chadwick Thomson, 8 June 72 



Blue. — Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 
lieturned from India, 20 Dec. 1872. 

' General M. W. Smith was appointed to the Turkish Contingent with local rank of Major General in 1855, 
and subsequently to the command of the Osmanli Irregular Cavalry, and obtained the Turkish rank of Lieut. 
General (2nd Class of the Medjidie). Commanded a Brigade during tho Central Indian campaign; commanded 
at the recapture of Chandairee in May 1858, also at the actions between Kota-ka-Serai and Gwalior on 17th 
June ; commanded a Brigade in the action of the 19th June, resulting in the capture of the city and fortress 
of Gwalior, also at the siege and capture of Powree ; commanded at the surprise of the rebel camp at Koondry: 
also in pursuitof Tantia Topee and the Rao Sahib (Medal with Clasp and CB., frequently mentioned in despatches). 

3 Lt.Colonel Chenevix-Trench served at the siege and capture of Delhi, and with Hodson's Horse in the engage- 
ments of Gungerce, Puttialee, and Mj-npoorie, and at the siege and capture of Lucknow (Medal with two Clasps). 

* Lt.Colonel FitzGeorge went on special service to Egypt in August 1882, served in the campaign on the personal 
etaflf of General Sir Garnet Wolseley, and was present at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir, after which he took home the 
despatches (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Lieut. Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and 4th Class of the Osmanieh). 

« Captain Courtenay served throughout the Zulu war of 1879 as Staff Officer of the mounted troops of the 
Lower Tugela Column, and was present at tho engagement of Inyezane, the action of Gingindhlovu, and the 
relief of Ekowe (mentioned in despatches, Medal with Clasp). 



i63 



21st Hussars. 



r Dublin. 



Coionel.— Charles John For^ter.i CB., Me,„her r.fthe Council of the Seci-eiary ofSfofefor India ; Cornet, n Apr. 36; 
Lt.cii Dec. 38; Ca^t.^'i Dec. 47; Major, ^21 Sept. 52 ; X^Co?o«e/, 1-17 Feb. 57; Colonel, 20 teept. 5i ; Major 
General, 6 ilarch 68 ; Zieut.General, 27 May 79 ; Colonel 21st Hussars, 5 Jaa- 82. -r ■, ^ -n^ nr ■ 

Lieutenant Colonels. -George Farquhar Kaye,^ Cornet, 20 Oct. ss ; ^t- 2° ^ov. 56; Capf. 30 July 62; Bi.Major, 
zg JuU- 76; Major, I May 78; Lieutenant Colonel, ig'Maj So. t^ r, 1 7 t,i o 

Arthur Henry Taylor. Cornet. 4 yov. 58 ; Lif^tt. 5 Feb. 59 ; Capt. 2 Oct. 70 ; Major, 19 May 80 ; Lt.Colonel,i July 81. 



5 Jan. sail's Aug. s9' is Jan. 70 



Majoes. 
Herbert Cromwell Collier' {Ensign Bomhay\ 

Army,n-i Feb. 51) i 

lion. Henry George Louis Crichton, SW^ade | p„ June 63'" 6 Nov. 67' 29 Oct. t 

\ Major, Curraoh 3 '-^ ^\ 

(Arthur Purvis Loyd I 4 Ju'y 65 j 14 Oct. 68; 8 Dec. 77 

JohnLovell ;''26 Feb. 64 i" 9 Kov. 66 i May 



CiPTAINS. 

Arthur Thomas Fisher ^ 9 Sept. 64 

Rowland Hill Martin, Adjutant 2 Went York \ ^^^ g 

Yeomanry Cavalry i 

Walter George Crole Wyndhani^" 

Cecil Edgar Montagu 



Lieutenants. 

Percy Macgregor King , 

Herljcrt Vallance Burn 

William Knox 

Benjamin Jennings, Adjutant i July 79 

Llewellin Washington Matthews 

John Fowle 

Harry Finn 

Henry Charles Higgs 



3 Feb. 69 

28 Oct. 71 

II Feb. 75 

23 Nov. 72 



j 29 Nov. 77 

14 Sept. 78 2 July 79 

4 Dec. 781 24 Sept. 79 

17 May 79 '1 II Oct. 79 

17 Dec. 79 15 Mar. 



22 Jan. 

23 Mar. 
II Aug. 



Henry Lionel Pilkington 22 Jan 



July 8 

1 July 8 

1 July 8 

I July 8 



7 Sept. 

16 Dec. 

19 May 
15 Mar. 



BEEV.MAJ. 



July 81 
July 8t 
Mar. 82 



i 17 Paymaster.— Javaos Edward Kitson, 28 Jan. 79; Cornet, 26 June 66; Lt. 21 Oct. 68; Capt. i May 78. 
I 13 \ Siding Master. — Henry Blinkhom Germany, 12 Nov. 70; Mon. Captain, 1 July 81. 
' 9 ! Quarter Matter. — John Kelly, 10 June 74. 

Bine.— ^^en<», Messrs. Cox and Co. 
I Returned from India, 19 December 1873. 

' Lieut. General Foster served with the i6th Lancers during the campaign in Affghanistan under Lord Keane, 
including the siege and capture of Ghuznee (Medal). He served also at the battle of Maharajpore, 9th Dec. 1843 
(Bronze Star) : and in the campaign on the Sutlej m 1846, including the battles of Buddiwal, Aliwal (as Aidede 
Camp to Brigadier Cureton), and Sobraon (Medal with Clasp). 

5 Major Kaye served in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1857-59, and was present at the attack of the rebels on 
our guns at JuUundur, and subsequently served with Showers' Column in Rajpootana and Central India in pursuit 
of Tantia Topee, Feroze Shah, and other rebels, including the operations in the Seronge Jungles and the affjxir at 
Patun (Medal). 

"> Major Collier served in the Bombay Army from 1851 to 1858 prior to obtaining a Cometcy in the 8th Hussars, 
and served on the Staff in the Persian campaign in 1857 (Medal with Clasp). 

10 Captain Wyndham served with the King's Dragoon Guards in the Zulu war of 1879, and subsequently in Baker 
Russell's Flying Column (Medal with Clasp). 



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Jia)/al ArliUeiij. 



Majokf. 
EHis, Charles Henry Fairfax, Secretary Ordnance CommUiee,'i 
Royal Anenal 3 

2 Isaacson, Henry lie Stuteville 

WHOwen, John FJetclier.^^^Mi.c. {Bt.Lt. Colonel, 29 Nov. 79) 

so Gubbins, John Egerton 

to Cameron, Eugene Hay, ji.a.c 

3 Stratton , John Hoathflcld 

wif Cooke, James Robert Davies 

3 Gordon, Edward Sn.ith, js.i'.t- 

sc Llovd, Francis Thomas 

3 Gillies, George James 

A Thomas-Le Marehant, Henry St. John Vaughan Le Marchant... 
E Phillpotts, Henrv Francis'''' 

BurffefS, Harry Miles,-'^- Coinxy. of Ordnance, ^rAG rade, Quetla Dint. 

4 Mai-telli, Thomas Challoner 

3 Murray, John Charles D' Urban 

li.s.c. Moorsom, Henry Manvers,-" Imf. in 'Taclirf lt.il. College, \ 

SandhtirU i 

N.i.Burgmann, George John 

WN Gwyn, Herljurt Lionel-''' 

B Robertson, Henry Maxwell 

A Roljerts, William Arthur 

JVorton-Taylor, Duncaf, Fireina^ter. Hallfa.c, iV..S' 

A Hazlerigg, Thomas Maynard (lit.Lt.Lohncl, 22 Nov. 79) 

c.p.Gyll, Flemyng George 

S.I. Jones, Henry Norris 

B Burnett, Thomas 

s.i. Shuttleworth, Ashton John 

sc Rothe, George Walter Charles 

S.I. Tupper, Basil de Beauvoir 

3 Goodeve, Henry Hills 

Best, George (Depot r.h.a.) 

A Harvey, Charles Smith 

1 Crosthwaite, Charles {Bt.Ll.Coln,,, '. ,Z X,,v. Z-) 

LA Murray, James Murray 

WH Tatham, Walter John 

2 Wl.alU'y, i'ricy(Jluirles 



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i> r 



2 '1 ,; ., I. iistopher William ... 

L(. .'. .' M.irge Augustus 

f.i.W i-:..,: :. i:.innmd Hill 

B \V.i.2, \ 1111, 111 

V-\ Lacy, Seymour de Lacy 

so Porter, Mm-toii Lavrrcnce, iJ.a.c. ... 

N Stirko, William Reynolds 

I Jones, Thomas John { 11 1. Lf .Colonel, 
4 Bell, James Lancaster 

VN Younger, Jolm 



nl InfhlHt 
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so -M • •■ • - 1. ■ '.' , ■-: , . . I 

I Wii-iit,'\/ilii--.m Mem- 

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LA p.n.c. ivnoUys, Henry 
'iner, Spencer 



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lies "William 

■k William ... 
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22 June 58 
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.1 -lune 60 
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I Oct. 57 
19 June 60 
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:9 June 6( 
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1 9 June 60 
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r Nov 
I Nov. 6c 
I Nov. 61 
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I Nov. 60 
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ji8 Dec. 60 
I i8 Dec. 60 



N Harriso 

c.p. Bainbridgc, lOdmon 

Turner, A'frtd Edna 

Ireland 

LO Brough, James Fo.\ 



Nov. 69 

Nov. 68 

Dec. 69 

Dec. 69 

Nov. 68 

Dec. 69 

Jan. 70 

Jan. 70 

May 7c 

Dec. 7c 

Jan. 7. 

itar. 71 

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July 71 

July 71 

Sept. 71 

Sept. 7. 

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28 Sept. 71 

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18 Sept. 7J 

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23 Dec. 71 
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17 Jan. 72 

17 Jan. 7', 
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20 Mar. 72 

24 Apr. 72 
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15 May 72 

18 May 72' 
7 June 72 
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17 July 72 
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.ii Nov. 72 
23 Nov. 72 

7 Nov. 69 
23 Nov. 72 
23 Nov. 72 
23 Nov. 72 
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n Dec. 72 
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17 Dec. 73 I 
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4 Feb. 74 22 
4 Feb. 74'24 
8 Feb. 71 I 



7 Nov. 77 
24 Nov. 77 
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19 Dec. 60 
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Foyal Artillenj. 



MA.JO&S. 



r.IBITT. CAPTAIN. |bt.MA.T0I1 



Lonp. Charles Wigram |iqDec. 6o| 9 May 74 

HanHnge, Henry Sauffhfon, Adjutant 5th Brigade I^'orth -f '""'»>.; ig Dec. 6023 May 74 

Division (Galwny Artillery Militia) >| ,i 

— ■ -■---. -.,»,. -Dec. 60 I July 74 



Tenrse, Arthur Nainer, Brigade Major, School of Giimi 



Sprar,'pre, Charles Henry.. 
LO Grulil), Alexander^Ts 

Fum, Samuel. Adjutant 2nd Brigade Scottish Dicigion[lIaddiiigton ) 

J. lillery Militia) J 

so Wall, James . 



, Dec. Co: 
Apr. 6i 
Apr. 6ii 

: Apr. 61 ; 



July 74 

July 74 
I July 74J 
18 Sept.74l I July 
oOct. 74; I July 
July 



61 10 Oct. 74 1 
July 61 10 Oct. 74 



2 ?'..v.c. Clavton, Emilius , ! ' July 6 

4 J.or:unc, Fred. Kkins Blakeney ; 1 July 61 10 Oct. 

IZ'Aif 1.1. Willoughby Bathurst,p.u.c. Proof Master, Wooltvich i i July bi|ioOct 

N Aiidcrson, Archibald James i Jiilj' 

Kenxiiigton, Edi/ar, p.a.c. Inst, in Mathematics, Canada, with local 

rank of Lf. Colonel x, ^1 ^ 

p s.c. Sothwell, John Sutton, D.A.Q.M. Gen. Intelligence Branch ...1 i July 61 10 Oct. 74 

VHGaskell, Thomas 1 1 J<il.v 61 10 Oct. 74 

4 Campbell. Alexander -'6 \ i July 61 17 Oct. 74 

LA Carlile, William Ogle 1 i J>\l.r 61 II^ov.74 

1,0 Logan. Alfred ' i July 61 25 Nov. 74 

B Saiides. Henry Thomas Thompson [22 -Dec. 59 

I Des Barres, Augustus Heni-j' John - t„i,- a, 

Carr, Theodore, Ad jt. ^tky-- '^ '^■■■■■'- "•" '"«-'■'■" '^■'■' ^'' ^r.i ^ 




rig. N. Iri.^h Div. {Dublin City Art. Mil.) 



July 61 
15 Oct. ' 



Oct. 6] 
Dec. 6j 
Dec. 6j 



Shiil, Henry. Adjutant 1st Kent Artillery Volunteers 

4 Lawrie, James Adair 

Tolhier, Barrett Lennard, Adjutant i Hants Eifle Volunteers 

O'Callaghan, Desmond Dykes Tynte, Assist. Supt. of Experiments,') 

Shiiehuryness S 

3 Perry. Lionel Frederick {Bt.Lf. Colonel, 18 Nov. 82) 

Lockyer, Edmund Stoughton Braithwaite It8 Dec. 6 



8 Dec. 61 
8 Dec. 6] 



I July 
I July 
I July 81J30 Nov. 3 

I July 8i!3oNnv. S: 
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I July 81: 5 Dec. S 
I July 8i'26 Aua-. 3 
I July 81,21 Dec. S 
5 Nov. 741 I July 3i:2i Dec. ; 

2.5 Nov. 74 I July 81 [21 I).. . 
7 Jan. 75I15 Oct. 8122 I),. 

13 Jan. 75;i3 Dec. 8i| t Ju: 

16 Jan. 75iiS Dec. Si 

16 Jan. 75J 

16 Jan 75 18 Dec. 81 

16 Jan. 75:18 Dee. 81 

16 Jan. 75 18 Dec. 81 



25 No-.-, 
23 Jur. ; 
23 .Tui •: 



so Nash", Edmund Wehh '18 Dec. 

Slcde, John Uamsay,^- CB.Dep. Assist. Adjt.(^Q,r.M. Gen., Devonport 18 Dec. 
c.p. Robinson, John Corsane^'' 

2 TurabuU. George Wilmot Maitland 

I.arcom, Sir Chas.,Bt.^~^Adj. UhBrlg.jST. Irish Div. (Sligo Art.Mil.) 

LA Pipon, Heniy 

Ni llolosworth, St. Aubyn 

WN p.s.c. Maurice, John Frederick's" (Bt.Lt. Colonel, 18 Nov. 82) 

3 Marshall, George Henry 

Ni Disney, Thomiis Robert**! 

jLcith, James, Deputy Assistant Adjutant General M.Art. Bengal ... 

4 Hutchinson, William Lacy 

Firebrace, George, Adj. ■ind Brig. Cinque Ports Div. (Kent Art. Mil.) 

LO Auchinleck, William Henry 

AlUyne, J,imex'»* {Bt.Lt. Col., i3 Nov. S2, Briga,l.~ Major, Aldershol) 



i5 Jan. 75118 Dec. 81,24 Ju 
16 Jan. 75I 2 Mav. 8i| S Ju 
8 Dec. 6J 7 Feb. 75 11 Nov. 78 8 Jr. 
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8 Dec. 61 10 Mar. 75 i3 Dec. 8ij 9 Se 
8 Dec. 61 10 Mar. 7=; 21 Apr. 80 9 Sc 
8 Dec. 61 10 Mar. 75 iS Dec. 3i 16 Se 



18 Dec 
18 Dec. f I 
25 June 62 
25 Juno 62 
25 June 62 
2-: June 62 



Wighton. William 125 .lune62 

I Mallins, William '25 Jiu:e62 

■WN CaiTc, George Tennant ^^ '25 June 62 

Hubback, Henry Walter John |25 Jime62 

■WH Piatt, Wadham Pigott 25 June ' 

p.s.c. Lloyd, Thomas Henry. Brigade Major R.A. Chatham i Sept 

I Kingscot'c. Henry Blomfleld | i Sept, 

p.s.c. Hawkins, Geo. Walter, p.a.c, Capt. Inst. P. Laboratory 117 Dec. 62 

LeggeJVm. Vincent, Adj. sthBrig. WelshDiv. (Cardigan Art. Mil.) -i-j Dec, ' 

SI Ge'orges, William Payne |i7 Dec, 

Beadnjell, Charles Edward J17 Dec. 62 

17 Dec. 62 
27 Jan. 63 
12 Feb. 6^ 
22 Feb. 63 
I Mar. 63 
I Mar. 6; 
I Mar. 63 
I Mar. 



. Roberts, Francis. 
Feilden, Haughton Montague James, p.a.c. Firemasier, Portsmouth. 

p.s.c. Browne. Jas. H. Granville, Garrinuii Instructor, Curragh 

Clarke, Marshall James, C2IG 

2 Cambier, Ernest Frederick 

Hudge, Walter Reginald, Adj. i Ayrshire Art. Vols 

Lun'gley, William Savage,^'^'' Brigade Major, Dublin 

yjs Roberts, Howland 



Captaixs. 

Bayly, George Cecil i Mar. 

[f.i. Grey, Charles Francis Baring I i Mar. 

If Sharp, William Edwards 1 i Apr. 

Hullidav, Stratford Charles, Adj. xEast Hiding of York. Art. Vol. ...I i Apr. 

AVhatele.y, William, Adjutant i Apr. 79 i Apr. 

B Knox, Francis Blake i Apr. 

p.s.c. Pratt, Sisson Cooper ^^'^ Professor R.M. Academy 1 24 June 

A Sorell, WilliamHenr.v Frederick-^^ 124 June 

2 Ferrier, Alejiander Walter I24 June 

Craves, Francis Lowry?''^ p.a.c. Assist. Sinidt. Ito'ial Carriarje') i 

Department ........ l j 1=4 J^^^e 

S.I. Parrv, Gilbert Sidney J24 June 

Barker, Francis yVm. James,>^^* Ftremaster, Malta 24 J 

Fmpson, Charles Anglesea, Adjutant 3 Lancashire Art. Volunteers ...'27 June 

Curtis, William Frederick d'e Hubbenet^" (Depot b.h.a.) i 6 July 

B Dolphin, Harry Edmund =">' '15 July 

B Ditnias, Francis Frederick | 1 Sept. 

Morgan, Harrison lioss Lewin I j Sept. 

Saunders, Arthur Augustus, Instructor, School of Gunnery \ 1 Sept. 

Corbett, Richard (Depot K.n.A.) I i Sept. 

Pearson, Arthur Jas., D.A.Q.M. Gen. Bengal [..Iji Sept. 

w>- buckle, John WDliam : jo ggpt 

11 (Gregory, William Villeneuve , 3 Oct. 

Graham, Charles Senhouse, Adi. 1 Gloucestershire R.V. jo Oct 

1 Taylor, William ; i,, q^.^ 

Will, George, Adjutant 19 .Tan. 81 ' "I 2 Nov. 

r.e. Aunesley, Oliver Francis Theodore !.. i3 Dec. 

3 M::rphv, Cecil Wi;iiiimE.?:uon(]c''"' ) '25.111^ 

(. 12 Jan. 



25 June 82 
25 June 



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I Apr. 75525 June 82 
I Anr. 75,25 June 82 
I Apr. 75 25 June 82 

14 Apr. 75I29 Nov. 79 
I Apr. 75,25 June 82 

24 Apr. 75 
9 June 75 
8 Sept.75 
8 Sept.75 
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8 Sept.75 

22 Sept.75 

20 Oct. 75 

28 Oct. 75 

29 Oct. 75 
17 Nov. 75 

4 Nov. 75 

5 Dec. 75 
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I Jan. 76 



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21 Apr. 80 



8 Dec. 75 

I Jan. 76 

I Jan. 76 

I Jan. 76 

I Jan. 76 

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1 Jan. 7C 

I Jan. 76 

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03 29 Apr. 76 

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to Apr. 8 

I Oct. 8 

I Oct. 8 
18 Oct. 8 
i3 Oct. 8 
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I Nov. 8 
25 Nov. 8 
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25 Nov. 8 
25 Nov. 8 
25 Nov. 8 
30 Nov. 3 
30 Nov. 8 
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2 Mar. 8: 



Ruyal Ariillery. 



Captains. 

Waee, Eiehard (Bt.Maj. 22 Nov. ) 

79) Siijwrhitendent o'f Foundry \ 

and Shell Fuctory, Cossipore ) 

Watkin, Henrn Samuel Spiller, ) 

Department of the Director of \ 

Artillerij -^ J 

A Ollivant, Edward Albert '.'.'.'. 

p.s.c. Fox, Walter Reginald (Si.'i 
Major 21 Apr. So). D.A.QJI. ( 

Gen. Ixfelligence Branch \ 

Stone, John Graham, Assistant Su- '1 
perintemient of Factories, Bengal i 

A Wallaoo, Robert Hufrh 

Etoinn, J.'s. F,f,rs, Adj. gth Brig.']' 

N.l.-M, Dir. ( Ln,„i,n,derrti Mil. ) i 

Tat/lnr. /■rr.l, r,r/, Jlenn/,^"* Adi. , 

1 I Fifr^hir,' Art. I'u/u'ntcere. .."... < 

jA Williams, RichiH-d Francis 

Torkiiigtoii, Hen., Adj. yrdBria.S. ) 

Dio.(I,hofiyi,,htArt.Mil.)...i 

[ Walker, Herbert Jno. Ouohter- ) 

. loiiy (Remount F.-fuMishment) 1 

Ballv.JohiiFord, Instructor, School t 

' ofGannern | 

■.i.Rudge, Samuel 

p.t.c. Dugdale, Arthur George,') 

Brigade Major, R. Art., Yo'rk < 

Mundy, Rodney E.,Adj.^rdBrl,i.S.-} 

Irish Div. (Cork Ciii/ Art. Mil.) \ 

Murray, Stewart, Long Course 

I.Wynne, George Clement, u.a.c.] 

at Staff College T 

' Baddeley, Paul Fred. Ifichae'l ..." 

,0 Browell, Edward Thomas 

B Hamilton, Constantine Henry 
B Plunliett, Robert Hastings') 

I Willoughby °.; 

\a Domvile, Ban-y Francis^oe 

|A Bouwens, Lambart Henry ......' 

Wickham, Charles Brenton 
B Morgan, Thomas Llewellyn....".'" 

! p.s.c. Ratoes, William Woodward, ">' 

Brigade Major, Deoonport f 

4. Edeu, William Alexander 

A Tabor, .bihi, Mmnift 

Siddous, 

Adjuf. 
I lake, K 
Riall, II ',„. Aug., Adj. sth Brig'.'s.} 
Irish iJir. iS. Tipp.rary Mil.) j 

(. Blak^kV^^Oawan'r .■;.■■.■.■;.■.'■■.' 

Cui,dilt, John Fonsonl. 
(Insp. ofE.cplosires, Ho, 
FIf/rher, Alfred Fnnh/ei 
Sm,lh,Ch.n'!,. .17,7,/,,:// ..'.■.'.■.■:;.■.".•■■ 
i'Qilr, Arthur U;i'rsle„, p.a.c'l 
Dej.f. nfUi, Ihrf.l.^-nfArtilleryS 
iiXeui, u,,,.. \uh, „■ Alexander .„... 

.P.Kemiaiv:i.v, rUarle^ William 

3 Broadloot,Archi)jaliP''S{Bif.3fa/. ■) 

t 2 March Si) c 

l«.Alves, John Jlori.son' 
Gillespie 



170 



Fombelle, ') 
e Art. Vol. S 



^Cmce)^ 



19 Jan. 64 

I Mar. 64 
22 Mar. 64 
22 Mar. 64 

22 Mar. 64 
12 Apr. 64 
1 2 Apr. 64 
12 Apr. 64 
3 May 64 
3 June 64 
[4 June 64 
igJuly 64 
19 July 64 
19 July 64 
19 July 64 
19 July 64 
[6 Aug. 64 
6 Aug. 64 



9 Aug. 76 

8 Sept. 76 
13 Sept. 76 
21 Oct. 76 

21 Dec. 76 
I Dec. 76 
8 Jan. 77 
29 Jan. 77 
Feb. 77 
Feb. 77 

27 Feb. 77 
I Apr. 77 
I Apr. 77 
I Apr. 77 



Captains. 
Moore, George Montgomerie John. 



A Congdon, John James 

- Mi 



10 Apr. 77 
10 Apr. 77| 
10 Apr. 77 
30 Apr. 77 



• 'arnegio, Adj. ) 

L Jan. 78 (Depot H h.a.) ...j 

Howard, Frederic, A,r/. .tth. Brig. ■) 

Scottish Die. {Fife Art. Mil.) j 

P.S.C. Palmer, George Herbert;^ ) 

Brigade Major, Portsmouth S 

p.s.c. Walker, Arthur (rreen'A 

wood, Inst, in :}[,I.h,y" D ;,; (. 

Royal Militui-', I I 

Hunter, Woo.!/ ,- - , ',' , 

Smalt Arms F.,,' ',,/,, ; ' J 

p.s.c. Bury. Jul,,, li,..,ua':, lieu, ) 

Major, China and llon.j Aoug i 

Pretymau,G. Ti nj.d ■■-■ ^'Bt.Maj. , 

22 JVov. 70; nt.lJ.Cnl. 2 Mii'r. 

^.X)^^iini'''-yli'cretarytoSirF.\ 



16 Aug. 64]3oApr. 77 
16 Aug. 641 I May 77 

16 Aug. 64 7 May 77 

16 Aug. 64 30 May 77 
13 Sept. 64 13 June 77 
26 June 77 
28 June 77 
I July 77, 
I July 77! 
I July 77j 
I July 77 
I July 77 
I July 77J 
July 77 1 



1 Oct. 64 

I Oct. 64 

SOct. 64 

8 Oct. 64 
28 Oct. 64 

I Nov. 64 
II Nov. 64 
II Nov. 64 
9 Dec. 64 

16 Dec. 64 j 9 July 77! 
16 Dec. 64 9 July 77 
16 Dec. 641 14 July 77 
23 Dec. 64J14 July 77 
23 Dec. 64J14 July 77 
3 Dec. 64[i4 July 77 
^ " ' Aug, 



C.P.Adams, Kdward Will< 
Ra,n,<f.,rd-llauv.,.i /A,„, 

B,ie.M.,j„r,R,.„.,' Ir' 

Vpphd,y..fokn };,>.. A . 
Lanes. Diu. (L:,:c.i. Ar 

2 Radford, Ai-thur 

p.s.c. Innes. Francis Newell, (Bt. ) 
Major, 18 Nov. 82) . 
LO Freeth, James Plomer 

I 2 Allen, George Burgos 

2 Smyth, Samuel Gardiue 
Newcome, Henry G 



LIEUT. 

18 July 'el 

18 July 65 


CAPTAIN. 


24 Nov. 77 
24 Nov. 77 


18 July 65 


24 Nov. 77 


tS July 65 


15 Dec. 77 


18 July 65 


I Jan. 78 


12 Jan. 66 


2 Jan. 78 


12 Jan. 66 


9 Jan. 78 



H'rancis Newell, (Bt. ~t \ t ,,.,„,. „ 
Xov. 82) .. . j V^ ^^^- ^6 6 Feb. 78 

es PJnmpr iToTa>-, ^'^^UoFeb 78 



: Jan. 66 
1 12 Jan. 66 
.|i2 Jan. 66 

|i2 Jan. 66 

^j^i^^c^Crookenden.Hy^Humphreys 12 Jan. 66 
Wq ^^ T r>„, o-, „,. 12 Jan. 66 

12 Jan. 66 
12 Jan. 66 
12 Jan. 66 
12 Jan. 66 



Hewitt, Jas. Robert Silver Oliver 
Nutt, James Anson Francis 
Stopford, Arthur Bouoerie. 
Q.M. Gen. Bombay . 



!, Adju-] 
f York- [ 



Roberts 
Beaver, Philip Keith Loi 
Powlett, Xnitiiu 
Brown, ("< I, j 
ianf 1 .1 
sliire A I 

O'Gra.hi. /.■ . .rr a r/er^Comin.', 
ofOrdnnuee. i.sf das,, Madras J" 
(^ostobadie, Hcni-v Holmes 
p.s.c. Walford, Neville Lloyd") 

I'ong Course f 

Snodgrass, John Douglas.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Josselyn, Jas. Edward . 
Malley, George Hunter... 
, Robmsoii, Francis Matthew 
S Buckle, Dudley W.,Adj. 3rd Brig. ) 
CtnguePortsDio.iSussexArt.M) j 



23 Dec. 64 
23 Dec. 64 
13 Dec. 64 
:i Feb. 65 
3 Mar. 65 
3 Mar. 65 

21 Mar. 65 
21 Mar. 65 
21 Mar. 6, 



24 Mar. 65 
24 Mar. 65 

24 Mar. 65 

24 Mar. 65 
24 Mar. 65 
8 July 65 
8 July 65 
8 July 65 
8 July 65 
8 July 65 
8 July 65 



30 Aug. 77 
I Sept. 77 
6 Sept. 77 

20 Sept. 77 
Oct. 



I Oct. 



I Oct. 77 
I Oct. 77 



1 Oct. 77 



2 French, Francis Horace ' 

A Armytage, Arthur Henry..'.!!""" 

Pringle, A.Lionel, Adj. 2nd'Brig.S V 

Irish Dio. ( West Cork Artil'lern I 

Militia) .-^I 

B Dunnage, Arthur James !!!!!!"... 

if.i.Rigg, Henry Alfred^!- !... 

c.p.Harman, James Frederick..!!!!... 

Mackinloy, George, p.a.c, Inst.) 

in Artillery, Roi/. Mil. Academy) 

2 Martin, George Blake Napier > 

(Bi.Major, 18 Nov. S2) ....... . j 

so Clarke, John Sheridan 

p.s.c. Jones, Douglas Forde,Inst. i 
R.M. College. Kingston, with K 

local rank of Major ) 

Gordon, Wm. Lindsay Carnegie,) 
As.iist. Sup. of Factories, Bengal ' 
SVK Dutliy, Archibald Fdwu.rd 
N p.s.c. Dunlop, Henry Donald'!!! 

2 Downing, Cameron Macartney) ' -r ," , 

Harwood^" 3 17 July 66 

Anstruther, Alexander William'} 

(Advanced Class) ^ 

Tillotson, Lionel, Adj. 2nd Brig S 1 

Div. (Hants Art. Mil.) ..... f 

Watson, Robert Samuel, p a c ~) 

Inst, of Art. R. M. Academy ..'. S 

r.i. Shore, .Hbn. Frederick Wm. John 

3 Jervis, Walter Neil 

'. J': remaster, Ceylo 



12 Jan. 66 

30 Jan. 66 
30 Jan. 66 
17 July 66 
17 July 66 
[7 July 66 
[7 July 66 
>' 17 July 66 

■ '17 July 66 

.! 17 July 66 

17 July 66 



LA W:i: : I 

^'';;. ' ' hn. Adjutant "i'\ 

'I ' '■' ■ ,/ -/ i'orks/iire Art. \ 

Smith, W.Whitmor'e!3iMrf/!i3!ruiy'8i 
N p.s.c. Elles, Edmond Roche (Bt. \ 

Major, 18 Nov. 82) t 

3 Rvissell, Hugh Percy !.!!!!!' 

.A p.s.c. Daniell, De Courcy 

3 Haverlield, Henry WykehainV 

Brook Tunstall '. f 

Skinner, Philip Leighton Mac-\ 
Gi-e.gor,p.a.c. Instructor, Dept. of r 
Director of Artillery Studies.... . j 

3 At, ; , Hen'rysi?"!!!!!!!!! 

^l-'"' ' '■■ ■' "« John, Adj.) 

-'. ''' '^^ "".'■, -''•'' lilery Volunteers S 

i|'.«.c.Shi!M,,\\-aU.rWm!'iiiirriott!y 



17 July 66 
17 July 66 
17 July 66 
IS Jan. 67 



I Oct. 
I Oct. 


77 
77 


I Oct. 


77 


I Oct. 


77 


I Oct. 


77 


4 Oct. 


77 


4 Oct. 
4 Oct. 

7 Nov 
7 Nov 


77 
77 
77 
77 



ior!,.J r.,:.A: ,.,J ^,,.;,,: H.i.i.ii. , 
Irish I)io.(Li»:u-ickC,tyArl.Mil.)S 
Blandy, William Poyntz, p.a.c. 1 

Assist. Inst. Royal Laboratory i 
Stephenson, Keppel, Adjutant) 

4 Nov. 81 (Depot B.H.A.) j' 

Knox, WiUiam George^-' (Bt. ) 



15 Jan. 67 
IS Jan. 67 
15 Jan. 67 

15 Jan. 67 
IS Jan. 67 
IS Jan. 67 
IS Jan. 67 
15 Jan. 67 
15 Jan. 67 

15 Jan. 67 

[5 Jan. 67 
IS Jan. 67 



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2 Mar. 78 

3 Mar. 78 
[3 Mar. 78 
[3 Mar. 78 
[3 Mar. 78 

I Apr. 78 
I Apr. 78 
I Apr. 78 
7 Apr. 78 

4 Apr. 78 

23 Apr. 78 
3 May 78 

2s May 78 
25 May 78 

25 May 78 

June 78 

18 June 78 

I Aug. 78 
7 Aug. 78 
7 Aug. 78 

7 Aug. 78 

24 Aug. 78 

8 Sept. 78 
6 Oct. 78 

6 Oct. 78 

9 Oct. 78 
6 Nov. 78 

27 Nov. 78 

29 Nov. 78 
I Dec. 78 
5 Dec. 78 

9 Dec. 78 
14 Dec. 78 

30 Dec. 78 

31 Dec. 78 

Dec. 78 
Dec. 78 



tor, School of Gunnery.. 



IS Jan. 67 
IS Jan. 67 
10 July 67 
10 July 67 
!o Juiy 67 
1.0 July 67 
10 July 67 
10 July 67 
10 July 67 
:o July 67 
10 July 67 
io July 67 
10 July 67 
lo Juljjr 67 
10 July 67 
8 Jan. 68 



31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 
31 Dec. 78 

I Jan. 79 
I Jan. 79 
I Jan. 79 
I Jan. 79 
13 Jan. 79 

23 Jan. 79 

23 Jan. 79 

26 Jan. 79 

30 Jan. 79 

»Fob. 79 
Apr. 79 

Apr. 79 



71 



Royal Artillery. 



Captains. I _"EJjt. 

4 Smith, William Ogden ' S Jan. 6S 

(l.t. Freeth, Sampson Plomer Fred.22'J 8 Jan. 68 

4 Griffiths, Algernon Sydney 8 Jan, '" 

3 Johnson, Edward Armstrong 

Turner, Frederick Mitnsel, Adj.", 
2LancagliircArf.Volunteer» ...) 

Yerbury, John William 8 Jan. 68 

s.i.Baldock, William Stanford j 8 Jan. '" 

Yates, Henry Townley Scott 8 Jan. 



8 Jan. 68 
Jan. 68 



May 79' 
17 May 7q' 
27 June 79} 

July 79: 



8 Jan. 
8 Jan. 68 



23 July 79: 
23 July 79' 



Preston, Henry Edward 

WHRogers, John Peverell 

Scott, Charles Henry, Siipt. of) 

Gunpowder Facforief, Ishapore Jf 

Sadaway, George Soulft/, Adj.\ 

2West Hiding of Tories. A. V. ... ) 

2 Curling, Henry Thomas ^-^ - —., --, 

c.p.Purdy, Robert 15 July 6£'i6 An 

"^ X'S-*''^"'''.''.^!''^'''"' \ ''5 J^iy 68x6 Aug. 79 

If Fowler, William James 
S.I.Martin, William 



CAPTAIN. 



CaPIAIXS. ' "EUT. CAPJTAIS. 

.I.Hanson, Alfred William 8 Jan. 70 28 July 80 

3 Baker, James Volant Vashon ' 8 Jan. 70 28 July 80 

Hogqan, William Brooke, Adj. 1 ' -. 

SropMreArtilleryrotuuteer>j 8 Jan. 70 i Aug. 80 

, , 1 Coke, Edward Beresford ; 8 Jan. 70 i Aug. 80 

I July 79 3 Poiiard-Urquhart, Francis Edw.) „ T-,^ ' . 

I July 70I Romulus.. i ^ J'^^" 7°'° Aug. 80 

I July 79!' p.s.c. Trotter, Jamex Keith....: 8 Jan. 70 21 Aug. 80 

I July 79:|wHAylmer, Frederick Arthur S Jan. 70 1 Sept. Bo 

I July 79l;i'A Monckton, Philip Edmund^^' 23 July 70J g Sept.So 

IS July ygl'hi. Long, Charleg Jameg 23 July 70 u Sept.80 

" FamoM, Lawrence Worthivgton,'^ ' 
Adj. I Sufsex Art. Volunteers.. 



23 July 70 16 Sept.80 



:5 July 68ji6 Aug. 79 

■9' 



Denison, Umi. Men. Chits. ,Adi. 2nd / j , 
Brig.E.ViMNorfolkArt.mi.)] ^ 3 July 7°! i Oct. 



Blackburn, Fefer,^'^^ Adjutant 1 ) 
Lanarkshire Art . Volunteers ...) 

Walter, Fred. Edw. Adjutant i ) 
Devonshire Artillery Vol i 

Burridge, Francis John, AdJu-\ 
■ of X. Art., Foona Div. j 



Scarleti, Robert Lawrence 23 July 701,0 Oct. So 

Radcliff, Francis William 23 July 7o;27 Oct. 80 

Clarke, William James, p.n.c ) .. , „ , „ 

Capt.Inst.MoyalCarriugeDejit.) •^S Jmy /<^ 27 Oct. 80 

15 July 68 16 Aug. 79 I Wade, Arthiu- Gregory ScrocoUl... 23 July ■jcj^.j Qct. 80 

IS Jan. 67(31 Dec. 7811 3 Rich, Charles Carrom-s 23 July 702^, ^ov. 80 



North, Roqer Charles Edward. 

Adjt. 1 Norfolk Art. Vols } 

2 Hammond,PeterH., a^Sfu^CoZi 

" " Hj^^i:::ft^t:^'"::'::} h '^^ '' ^^ Aug. 79^ 



[5 July 68 
[5 July 68 

[S July 68 
S July 68 



Dec. 70 j2 Dec. 80 



Fawket, Lionel Grimston i Dec. 7°' 12 Dec. 

Perrott, Thomas, Adjutant ; 

School of Gunnery S 

3 Swinton, John James ' 4 Jan. 7 

p.s.c. Jocelyn, Julia 11 Fobert John ' 4 .Tan. 7 

I Fowell, Newton Plomcr 4 J:ai. 7 

so Pi'ice, George Kirliiivdson 4 Jan. 7 

Wynell-Mayow,MayowjLo»^t'v«c.<c 4 Jan. 7 



Brigade Majx, . , _ _ 

Nixon, ArundelJ.AdJ,6thBrig.N. ■ 1 , , ,„ 
Irish Div.iMidUlsterArt.Mil.) U^^ ''^^ ^^ 
Murray-Graham, Senry Stewart, ] 

Adj. ^tk Brig. Northern Div. \ 1 15 July 68 

{Yorkshire Art. Militia) I I 

Lugard, Henry Travers (»«• | ! j^n. 60 

3fo;or, 2 March 81) .3 1 ^ 

I.yali,Hen. , Firemaster,Mong Kong 

s.i. Leach, John 

p.s.c. Dalton, James Cecil^^^ 

Camptell, William Mtissen 

Chapman, L. J. A.,AdJ.zrdBrig.... 

N.Dii].{Northumbld. Art. Mil.) ) 

Selfe, Sydney Gerard Frederick j 

Fussell, Charles, Instructor in\ 

Gunnery, Woolwich i 

WNMayhew, Thomas 

Foote, Francis Onslow Barrington 

Bingham, Edmund George Henry, } 

Adj. 2 NorthumberlandArt. Vol. ) 

Arbuthnott, W.C.Warner, Adj. slli\ 

Brig. ScotsDv. (Forfar Art. M.) ) 

Standbridge, Edmund Baker 

I Walker, Edgar Holford 

Mayne, Chas. Hardinge Haictrey, ^ 
Aide de Camp to the Commander I- 

in Chief, East Indies ) 

1 Western, Charles Maximilian 

LO Rowley, Hon. William Chambre 

Davidson,1Villiam Leslie 

Lmdsay, Charles Carmichael | 7 July 69 

Baker.'BobertHenry Sherston...| 7 July 69 
7 July 6q 



27 Aug. 79, 

27 Aug. 79 

27 Aug. 79! 

27 Aug. 79' 

27AUO-. 70;' 4 Dawson, Henry Pliilip 4 Jan. 711 i Feb 

" '; so Brackenbury, Herbert William... 4Jan. 7ilxFeb 



Jun 

4 Jan 
4 .Tan 
4 Jan 
4 Jan 



7 July 69 

7 July 69 
7 July 69 
7 July 69 



1 Nugent, Nugent Jonathan , 

Miles, Philip William Herbert, 1 \ 

Adjutant 8 Lancashire Art. Vol. j 

2 Allsopp, Ranulph 

Fairtlovgh, Samuel Gerrard, In- \ 

structorRoyal CanadianCollege, 

with local rank of Major ) 

Bigge, Arthur John,^^'^ Equerry \ 

in Ordinary to Her Majesty....!) 
Zockyer,W .Neville,Advayice(t Class 
Ord, Frederick Cusac, Adjutant > 

J Lancashire Art. 1 ols J 

Whitehornc, Arthur Howard 

Hepbume, Robert Gordon Webb 
F'raser, Arthur F., Adj. 4th Brig. ) 

WelshDiv. (Pembroke Art. Mil.) > 
LA Bepton, Humphrey Thomas Hugh 
I Maynard, William Augustus 



7 July 69 



4 Jan. 80! 
I 
4 Jan. 80 
24 Jan. 80 
24 Jan. 80 
24 Jan. 80 
I Feb. 80I 
I Feb. 80 
I Feb. 80' 



2 Au. 
2 Aug. 7 
2 Aug. 7 

2 Aug. 7 



I Robertson, Itobert Wm.PeucocK ... 
i 0'Sullivan,EiiueneOverbeck,Adi.i 

13 Sept.79|| I Incerness-shireArt. Volunteers) 

SO Hunt, Henry V'aughan 

17 Sept.79 I Newton, W'illiam Henry, J-uc- 1 

|| master, Jamaica .) 

„ ;, 4 Lowther, William G'.reo'-'' 

2oSept.79(,Lo Coker, Lewis Eduiin;.! 

p.s.c. Rock, 'J liojllil^ .linn: :< 

4 Rochfort, AlexamUr Nelson, / 
A.D.C. to the ^-■iL■troy ^fl.n'iu s 

3 Rosseter, James Hwjey ' 4 Jan. 7 

Frith, Ji'urren Har-tings ' 4 Jan. 7 

Bourke,Gerald,AdJ.2ndBrig.N. t I t 
Bio. (Durham Art. Mil.) J 4 Jan. 7 

II SO Hotham, John I 2 Aug. 7 

5 Nov. 79 I 2 Woods, Hans Charles Maunse)l| 2 Aug. 7 
7 Nov. 79! c.p. Maitland, Reginald Paynter ... 

- ' Owen, George Pridhani 

Beaver, Fred. Tyssen Mackiu- >_ 
lay. Long Course ) 

1 Dafoiac, Henry Shelley 

Casey, Charles Leslie, Adj. 4 'M 

Lancashire Artillery Volunteers^ | ^ Aug. 7 
Dean-Pitt, Douglas Charles,^'^" i 

D.A.Q.M. Gen., Bombay ) 

E AVatsou, Solomon 

2 Newbiggiug, Patrick Chas. Eric 

WH Frith, John Sabatier 

wx Dalrymple, Francis Bertram ... 

i 2 Lane, Alfred Luther 

1 Pengree, Henry Hewitt 

King, Robert Ambrose Cecil 

3 Phiilimore, William George '15 Dec'. 71; 

I 2 Challenor, George Richards 15 Dec. 71 

so Bowles, Frederick Augustus ...'15000.' 71 

7 July 69:21 Feb. Sol wn Wace, Ernest Charles ,15 Dec. 71 

I II 3 Sharland,ArthurHeury Hodge.* ,5 Dec. 71 

7 July 69' 22 Feb 80I Campbell, Frederick William, ) 1 ^ 

I LongCourse j rs Dec. 71 

' 3 Barlow, Maurice John '15 Dec. 71 

3 Mackenzie, Samuel Kenneth ...I,:; Dec 71 
Baker, Eden Moyle, Adjutant 
Tynemouth Artillery Volunteers J 



9 Dec. 80 ) 

I Jan. 81 ■ 

9 Jan. 81 I 

9 Jan. 81 I 

6 Jan. 81 ] 

Feb. 81 

81 1 

7 = 1 9 Feb. 81 I 

71! 19 Feb. 81 ! 

71^26 Feb.8» I 

7= 26Feb.8r i 



13 Jan. 6925 Sept.79l| 
13 Jan. 6925 Sept.79Jl 
13 Jan. 69I27 Sept.79 ' 
13 Jan. 69I 4 Oct. 70 
13 Jan. 69 14 Kov. 79 
13 Jan. 69 15 Nov. 79i| 
13 Jan. 69 
13 Jan. 69 
13 Jan. 69123 Dec. 

3 Jan. 6930 Dec. 

3 Jan. 69! 2 Jan. 

7 July 69^17 Jan. Sol 

7 July 69 ,7 Jan. 80, 



6 Feb. 81 
Jan. 71 27 Feb. 81 
Jan. 71 I Mar. 8i 



Jan. 75 9 Mar. 81 

13 Mar. 81 
IS Mar. 81 
6 Apr. 81 
6 Apr. Si 
6 Apr. 8; 
71 21 Apr. 81 
S May 81 1 

23 May 8i 1 

24 May 81 ! 
27 May II 

Aug. 71 27 May 81 
2 Aug. 71 It June 81 , 
2 Aug. 71 II June 81 , 
2 Aug. 71 19 June 81 
2 Aug. 71 30 June 81 



2 Aujj 
2 Aug. 71 
5 Dec. 71 



7 July 69 
7 July 69 

7 July 69 

8 Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 7c 
8 Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 70 
8 Jan. 70 



Feb. 8o| 
Mar. 8o|| 
Mar. 80 I 



July 81 , 
July 81 ' 
July 81 . 
: July 8i 
; July 81 ; 
: July 81 
[ July 81 ' 

1 July 81 1 
[ July 81 j 

> July 81. 

> July 81 1 

2 July 81 i 



12 Apr. 8o| 
12 May 
12 May 8o| 

■7aedeCa:;ptoMaj:Gen.GagiS\'^^^''- y^^^ May 8, 
so Fanshawe, George Dali-ymple ... 8 Jan. 7o|i2May 80' 

■vvHPlayfair, George James | 8 Jan. 70 ,9 May 8c 

so Knight. Henry 1 8 Jan. 70126 May 80 

B Jervois, Henry Napier 8 Jan. 70 28 May 

Wodehouse,E,Fred^AdJ.2rdBrig.j\ g j^^ 70] 29 May 80] 



E. Div. (Suffolk ArtilUry Mil.) . 

Trollope, Edward Charles ' 8 Jan 

Moore, George Robert ! 8 Jan. 70 

Monck-Maion. Gordon Oron/e,3" ) i 

Commifsarv ofOrdn., ^nd Class!, ^ J^"- 7° 

Eustace, Francis John Uilliam 8 Jan. 70 

Jackson, Henry Moore, InH'CCtor ; 

General uj Police, Sierra Leone) 



19 June 80' 
25 June 8o| 
q July 8oj 
9 July 80 
8 Jan. 7^', 2 July 80 



.^„...„„.,.„.. ....... „....., -Dec. 7 

c Walford, William Sworder ir Dec 71 t^s TuT 

Slade, Frederick G,o.,^^^ Aide , ^ 7 13 JUi 

de Camp to Sir Ecehjn Wood... ) 

N Graham, Walter Ferrier 

I. Saunders, Macan William 

E Suart, William Hodgson 



Coff'ty,Charles Edward,Adjutant 1 

I Worcester Artillerii Vol. ... ) 

Bevun, Reginald Johnstone, 2,rd ( 

Class Commissary of Ordnance i 

E Hall, Francis Henry 

2 Hervey, Constantine Rodney W, 

I Flint, Edward Montagu 

Hamilton, PeterFisherPercival ) 
Inst. in Gunnery, Shoeburyncss S 

4 Skipton, Charles Stewart 

sc Robertson, John Albert 

Willoughby, Herbert Percicul, 1 
Assist. Su/i.nf Factories, Bengal J 

i.l. Elwes, Ernest Venoss^^'' 

i.i.beymoiii-, Wilton Winckwortti 
March 



5 Dec. 71 13 July 81 
5 Dec. 71 ,3 July 81 
5 Dec. 71 13.TUIV 81 
3 Dec. 71 13 July 81 

5 Dec. 71 13 July 8i 
sDec. 7i;i3 July 81 
5 Dec. 7i;i3 .Tulv 8; 
5 Dec. 71 i6 July 8: 
[6 July 8- 



5 Dec. 7 

5 Dec. 7 

6 Jan. 7; 
6 Jan. 72 
6 Jan. 

6 Jan. 



25 July 8: 
:io July 8: 
30 July 8 
17 Aug. 8 
7 Aug. 8 



j I 6 Jan. 7?'i7 Aug-.S 



Roiial ArtlUcnj. 



[72 



(-■ VPl'AI.VS. 

Thring, William Powlett 



ThomiDs Stivkiisi/, Ad/ 

/and Bute Arf. Vul. j 

/"/'. J v,:,,v;,-, .(,//. . E. t 

: ': ■„ ■..,■..,,■/. i'ol.j 

■ , V ■,;,,,,l-r John... 



Kil-u-,.i,. ,l<,|,n |l.,,:. 
.Hu B1.11I11V, Kni^M ,1,. V 
Potts, Joiiii \Villi:i!u 111 
. Callwell, A/b,,-/ Ih'„ni . 
Wodehoasi\Jo.sculiiiL-ilL 
; Banister, Fitzfleruld M 
M'Donnell, John 

Temple, John 

Hen-inL'--Co()Der,Chai-k-s HoUicr 
Skmner.Francis Nugeut Mac- > 

grcg )!•,;>.„.(• j- 

. Hardy, William Kvorslev, Adj. ') 

and Qr. M: R.M. Academj/... ) 

Beaumont, .Sir Geo. Howlund / 

William, Biirf J 

.Coxhead, James AU'red 

MacMahnii, Pen-y Alexander, ) 
p.ac. Insfriicfor in Mathema- )■ 

tic; R.M. Academy ) 

Walker, H. Chesshyre Ciaughton 

Oakes, Reginald 

Henriqnes, Edward IS athaniel^^a 
. Boaulbrt, Francia,at. Staf College 
.p.s.r. .Murray, James Wulfe 



Frani 



■< '■" '11 i;ht.,Adj.itk, 

J',r^:, \. /,,,., I'' .yClare Md.)i 

Liddell, Aii^iijtus Frederick ... 

Barker, John .Steu-a.rt Scott 

Buuny, Frederio Oricc 

Mansol,Alfred«- 

llewat, Arthur Houstouu 

Willis, C has. Beaumout U'Anyers 

Weir, Harry George ." 

(.'unuingham, Johu Daeres ... 
Shirreff.Geo. Fred. Farquh m ■: 

Lyster, Henr.y John 

: Murray, Artliur Mordauut . . 



LlliUr. CAl-lAI.V. 

6 Jan. 72 17 Aug. 8t 
6 Jan. 72 26 Aug. 81 

6 Ja.n. 72' 7 Sept.8i 
6 Jan. 72, 7 Sept. 81 
2 Mav 72! 7 Sept. 81 
.• May 72 7 Sept. 81 
-• M;iy 72 t7 Sept.81 
J .M;iy 72 18 Sept.8i 
i May 72 j I Oct. 81 
2 May 721 I Oct. 81 
2 May 72 1 I Oct. 81 
2 May 72I 6 Oct. 81 
2 May 72112 Oct. 81 
2 May 72' 12 Oct. 81 
2 May 72I12 Oct. 81 
2 May 72)12 Oct. 81 
2 May 72 24 Oct. 81 
2 Sept. 72 29 Oct. 81 



Captaiss. 
37 Brunker, Jas. Milford Suthcr. ) 

laud / 

sc Shirres, John Chivas 

I Cowan, Henry Vivian 

Vaitijhan, Thomas Tweed,Comm- > 

i;,mr,, of Ordnance, -^^rd Cla>„S 

E Hopkins, Manlcy Ogden 



II Sept.7, 
II Sept. 73 
II Sept. 73 
II Sept.73 
II Sept.73 



.Oct. 82 
Oct. 82 
Nov. 82 



[2 Sept. 72(29 Oct. 8: 
12 Sept.72|29 Oct. 81 
12 Sept. 72129 Oct. Si 
12 Sept. 72 I Nov. 81 
12 Sept. 72 1 Nov. 81 
12 Sept.72 I Xov. 81 
12 Sept.72 14 Nov. 81 



[2 Sept.72 



14 Nov. i 

15 Nov. 



12 Sept.7 

12 Sept.72J22 Nov. 8 
12 Sept.72',29 Nov. 8 
12 Sept. 72130 Nov. 8 
12 SBpt.7:il33 Nov. 8 
12 Sept. 7^1 5 Doc. S 
12 Sept.72; 21 Dec. 8 
I ■ Scrit.72'21 Dec. 



Guold-Ada 



Miahacl. 



Dec. Sijv.e. Owe 
I Dec. 81 ;j Coi 

4 Dec. 81 ; B Plar 



LlEnTENAXTS. 

B Rioknrds, Cvril IKiirv 

A McClintock, Leopold Alnvd 

A Tylden, William 

4 Rainsford, Stephen Dieksun 

A Hickman, Stopford Uosby 

A Brett, Arthur Henry Wilford 

B Cunliffe, Foster Lionel 

LA Rowan, Terence England 

Newcon, John Wm. Mursdin (Dep. h.h.a.) 
Vohie, William JIii,/li EJicn-d, Cummiisan/ ) 

of Ordf,an'-e, 3rd Class [. j 

B Haggard, Claude Mason'*'"* 

WH Stansl'eld, Thomas Wolrich Logan 

A Warde, St. Andrew Bruce 

B Archdall, James Blackwood 

3 Fulton, George Wade Rol)ertsou 

K Woodrow, Thomas Henry Jacksnii 

Browne, Arthur Henrij 

A Beresford, Marcus 

so Dewar, David Krskine 

Ueijgate, William Homley Beaumont, t 

JLdi. 1 Edinburah Arf. Volunteers j 

B Creagh, Arthur Gethiu^'* 

Kelaurt, (irruld Tall 
Ord.ia.rr, ;,-,/ (■/,,,<• 

A B.lilwarJ, .Vrlliur Ciiurchill 

A Hunter, Frederick Krnest Arundell 

A Robertson, William John 

vvK Howard, Cyrus Cosmo 

I Curtis, Harry Alexander Dyer 

Keene, A ItV^il ' 



imismry of) 



2nd Assist. Supt. of Experi- f 
ments, Skoeburi/ness ) 

Saltniai-she, Philip 

Jelirovs, Henry Hvrou 

Fletclier, Walter \\\w,l 

Hawkins, J,,lin Wilii.in, 

. Bland, Frederick Milbauk 

Pickwuad, Edwin Hay 

r Ward, Edward, p.a.c 

Benton, Ar'hiir Pvle- {Adoanced [ 



C/a 



Ind, llciiry W.'Irh 

Fuulf. J.imr^ I.,,ini;, Assistant) 
Sujx.'f. nf Fachn-ies, Kirkee ... j 

Becher, Edward French 

r Spencer, Gerald Robert 

p -Iddisou, Ale-^ander Dupre 

Eman, BowesLesIie 

. Smyth, Owen Stuart 

Nugent, George 

Uyan, Charles Alovsius 

Phdlpotts, Arthur H 
1 Bakh.ck, 'ni oniiis Si 

Vau-liiiii-lluu'li.vs I 
I Sauudei's, William 



9 Jan. 73I31 Dec. 81 

9 Jan. 73 31 Dec. 81 

9 Jan. 73I II Jan. 81 

9 Jan. 73I la Jan. 81 

9 Jan. 7il2i Jan. 82 

9 Jan. 73 17 May 82 

9 Jan. 73)27 May 82 

9 Jan. 73j I June 82 

9 Jan. 73 7 June 82 

9 Jan. 73 7 June 82 

9 Jan. 73 12 June 82' 

9 Jan. 73 12 June 82' 



■drnck 



rt M:i 



2 Loudon, r.^hi-rt Dunn 

I Garnett-liottield, Walter Dubbon ... 

Smith, Elward Arthur 

A Holland, Ellis Charles Fletcher 

B Sidney, Ron. Algernon 

Bijteler, Francis Wilford (Adoanced Class) 

A Pratt, .Vrt.hur Siieucer 

B llleuitt, Wil]i.-im Edward , 

B J>>;iis, I lillicrt Saltoun 

B Muiphv, Fi;nicis,nis;-ph 

B Miilrrly, Chiii-lcs Kv.in 

KiiiHi-, chns. \'i(tnr Hreiner (Dep. B.K.A.) 

A llawk.^Uiw, I'M ward ('riehton 

4 Kau.-ard, Arthur Cliltou 



9 Jan. 73123 June 82 I b Elliot, Edmund Halbert.. 



Cochrane, Blair Onslow ... 
Cleeve, William Frederick 
Farmer, Francis Colebrook 

Gunner, Edward 

Ord, St. John St. G.M.rL'e ... 
Barton, Alhrrt. Adj. i Ah.rdre 



A. r 



Adj 



<■"./'■ 



Burton, Hub. 

Artillery 1 
Edward', 'Eustace Greslen {.Id-'l 

oancedClos,) •"..'. J 

Daunt, Wm. llainslord Mordaunt 
Whelilo, James St. Lawrence, 

I.ong Conrs,' 

Waldron, F 
; Howard-Vv 

Richard ■ 
lii,/'/. Hubert 

lias.) .... 
Blackett, Edward UmfreviUo... 

de Jersey, William Grant 

Priestley, Edward John Ken- / 

worthey j 

Hadden, Charles Frederick 

, Feuton, Wilfrid David Bradley... 



9 Jan. 73 24 June 82 

j 9 Jan. 73l24June82 

9 Jan. 73 24 June 82 

9 Jan. 73 I July 82 

9 Jan. 73 8 July 82 

oker 29 Apr. 73 8 July 82 

|2yApr. 73 13 Jaly 82 

29 Apr. 7 J 20 .July a.. 

IJorc'.yApr. 732: July 82 

2yApr. 73 21 July 82 

I29 Apr. 73 iD2Vug.02 

29 Apr. 731 I Sei)t,a,- 
29 Apr. 73 9 Sepi,.y ■ 
29 Apr. 73 9 Sei)t.S2 
29 Apr. 7j| 9 Sept.82 
29 Apr. 73:16 Sept.82 
29 Apr. 73 i6 Sept.82 



Tho 



II Sept.73 
II Sept.73 
II Sept.73 
A Sept.73 
II Sept.73 
II Sept.73 
II Sept.73 
II Sept.73 
II Sept.73 
ri Sept.73 
II Sept.73 
II Sept.73 
II Sept.73 
I II Sept.73 
II Sept.73 
. I Sept.73 
1 1 Feb. 74 
1 1 Feb. 74 
II Feb. 74 

11 Feb. 74 

12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 

12 Feb.:74 

13 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
12 Feb. 74 
[2 Ausr. 74 
17 Aug. 74 
17 Aug. 74 
17 Aug. 74 
■7 Aug. 74 
[7 Aug. 74 
[7 Aug. 74 
17 Aug. 74 
:7 Aug.74 

7 Aug. 74 
7 Aug. 74 
7 Aug. 74 
7 Aug. 74 
ug. 74 



nviUe Wm. > 
I (Adoanced ) 



29 Apr. 73' 16 Sept. 82 
29 Apr. 73,27 Sept.82 
29 Apr. 73:30 Sept.82 
129 Apr. 73[ I Oct. 82 
29 Apr. 73' I Oct. 82 
I 



29 Apr. 73 1 
29 Apr. 73} 
29 Apr. 73 
29 Apr. 73' 
II Sept.73' 
11 Sept.73 



Burton, Benj am 

1 Allen, John. Richard How 
A Stirling. James Wilfred 

s.l. Fowle, Trenchard Frederi 

s Rogers, Serrell Michael., 
so Fell, John Percy 

4 Simpson, John Murray .. 

4 Harrison, Robert Arthur 

u Parsons, Charles Sim Br{ 
Vrqnhart, Walter Andrew 
I'.rk'i'ilic, Charles Waucho] 
^,i..-~iiii|isiin, Henry Cuthbert Connell Duniopii7 Aug. 74 

.V K.iilour, Wm. Edward Ligonier 17 Aug. 74 

.i GiliMii, Hubert George Howard 17 Aug. 74 

b Purvis, Alexander Burridgo 17 Aug.74 

^.e.Wynyard, "RovrXey , Lieutenant of a Com-) ,, a,,™ ,, 
pany of Gentlemen Cadets .' ; 17 Aug. 74 

B Fleming, Edward William 1 28 Jan. 75 

2 Downing, David Fitzgerald J23 Jan. 75 

X. I. Tovvnshend, George Robert j 28 Jan. 75 

A Bell-Irving, Andrew^'*''' |2S Jan. 75 

Nash, Edward, Acting Adjutant 28 Jan. 75 

A Solater, Henry Crichton |28 Jan. 75 

Phillips, Thomas Vaughan Wynu.Acting ) | 

Adjutant J' : 

B Simpson, Charles Napier '28 Jan. 7s 

A Ma.y, Edward Sinclair '28 Jan. 75 

A Leach, Reginald Pembertou 1 28 Jan. 75 

Lo Rowe, Octavius |28 Jan. 75 

I Oct. 82 ! A Boothby, Reginald Evelyn ,28 Jan. 75 

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Aplin, Hugh Morgan, Ordnance Store Dept. 28 Jan. 75 

B Lindsay, Walter Fullarton Ludovic 28 Jan. 75 

•.e. Bannatine, Richard Allasoa^*^ 28 Jan. 7^ 



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Lieutenants. 



Dunlop, Henry Cleland 28 Jan. 75! N.i.Sandbach, Henry Martin 



Hodgson, James Owen, Acting Adjutant. 
A Kerrison, Edmund Roger Allday . 
B Thomas, Sir Godfrey Vignoles, Ba 



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King, William Frederick ....! '..!!!!!;i28 Jan! 



A Western, Charles Maximilian Thomas 
4 Brereton, Walter Ebenezer 
B Diinlop, James William 



3 Norton, Gilbert Frederick Allan 28 Jan. 75 

B Acton, Thomas Hampden Evans 28 Jan. 75 

(riles,GeorgeEdward,^'^CommandinqArtil- \\ r, -, 

lery Troop, Cape Mounted Rifles ) ^^ J*^"- 75, 

A Haines, Robert Lewis 28 Jan. 75 

B Hickman, Hugh Palliser 19 Aug. 75, 

Tiirner, Alfred Ueyland Parratt 19 Aug. 7= 

4 Garston, Edgar John 119 Aug. 751 

3 Churchward, Walter Stanbury 19 Aug. 75 

Dumterville, Knightley Stalker 49 Aug. 75 

3 fyalker, Charles JSdward ligAug. 75I 

Moberly, Walter Frederick George, 



I14 Aug. 76 

Kelly, Mick. Makdougall Brisbane Francis 14 Aug. 76 
I Anson, Hon. George Augustus j 14 Aug. 76 

1 Montgomery-Campbell, Hugo 14 Aug. 76 

4 Barry, James David, ^trfe de Camp to\\^ .„„ , 

the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland ........ j , ^^ ^"^S- 76 

2 Kent, Frederic Edmond 14 Aug. 76 

3 Alexander, Charles Henry J14 Aug. 76 

A Porteous, John James '14 Aug. 76 

28 Jan. 75!] Lo Burmester, Arnold Charles 114 Aug. 76 



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Ward, Frederick Houlton 

4 Bruen, Henry 

I Felly, Henry Gerald 

Minter. John Surfees, Commissary of\ 

j Ordnance, jrd Class } 

I Triscoit, Charles Frideaux 

sc Foord, Edward !i4Aug. 76 

c.p.Shiffner, John JH -A-ug. 76 

Acland, Francis Edward Dyke 25 Jan. 77 



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)DerJy, Walter Frederick George,') i„ »,,„ _jI 2 Boileau, Arthur Cadell Tait 25 Jan. 77 

Acting Adjutant j '^ '*^" 75 1'c.p.Magrath, Charles Frederick I19 Aug.7s 

A Tracey, Arthur Ii9Aug.75 -- - - 

A Piers, Henry Octavius jigAug. 75 

B Williams, Pierson Locke 119 Aug. 75 

A Russell, Andrew Ernest {19 Aug. 75 

B Smith, William Ashley ji9 Aug. 

B Bittleston, George Hastings 

1 Hicks, William John 

N.I.Howard, Cecil Arthur 

A Chambers, Arthur 

B Croft, Harry John .....!!.!!!!!!"! 

Burrows, Edmund Augustine, A.D.C. to 

Major General Payn ^ 

B Crofton, Caldwell Henry 119 Aug. 75 

B Waters, Wallscourt Hely-Hutchinson ...!!! 19 Aug. 75 1 j 

2 Cottrell, Charles Dormer 19 Aug. 7s|l 

B Carter, Alfred Henry 19 Aug. 75M 

A Lambert, Edgar Alan 



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3 Block, Maurice William Palmer 

Lo Tylden, Richard 

2 Ramsay, Ifott. Charles Maule 

WH Jervois, Charles Edwyn 

Savile, Walter Clare, Firemaster, Bermuda 

Marston, Jeffery Charles 

Manifold, John Forster 

I Anderson, William Christian 



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Davison, Kenneth Stewart 
A Crofton, Richard Martin 

4 Blount, Charles Hubert... 

A Barlow, George Newton Halifax 'ig Aug 

2 Leader, Francis Henry Moubray 

4 Boothby, George Murray ". 

Flmslie, Frederick Baumgardt, Adjutant ) \ . | 

I Caifh7iess Artillery Volunteers ) ;'9 -«■«&• 75,; 

SC Inglefield, Norman Bruce jig Aug. 75 ! 

3 Macdonald, Allan Douglas jig Aug. 75 

Dawkins, Henry Stopford, Long Course ... 19 Aug. 75 | 

3 Holden, Henry Capel Lofft ig Aug. 75 

A Maxwell, Nigel 19 Aug. 75;! 

^.c.Henn, Richard Arthur Milton, Lieu-\ .„„ „,l| 
tenatit of a Company of Gentlemen Cadets ) ^^ Aug. 75 1 

3 Foster, Raymond Charles 2 Feb. 76! 

A Keir, John Lindesay 2 Feb. 76 

4 Curteis, Francis Algernon 2 Fel). 76 

N Battersby, Thomas Preston 2 Feb. 76 ! 

B English, Joseph Oxley 2 Feb. 76 

E Trench, Frederic John Arthur j 2 Feb. 76 i 

B Thackeray, Frederick Rennell 2 Feb. 76 ' 

B Anderson, Charles Alexander ^7 2 Feb. 76 ; 

Carter, T)\incanCa.mp'ben,AcfingAdjutant'. 2 Feb. 76 



Sinclair, Francis Edwin., 
N Roberts, Richard Tucker 

2 M'Crea, Richard Francis 

3 Massy, William George 

3 Talbot, George James Francis., 

Mercer, Saroey Frederic 

2 Grseme, Frederick James 

•.e. Allsopp, Frederic Ernest ^^ |23 Jan. 77 

Reynolds, Cecil Edward, io«^ Coarse. ..'25 Jan. 77 



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19 Aug. 75" I Jervis-Whito-Jervis, John Henry 25 Jan. 77 

9 Aug. 75 4 Connolly, William Hallett ^ 25 Jan. 77 

AuET. 1R I T Guuhrie. 



1 Guthrie, James Dunbar : 25 Jan. 77^ 

2 Gordon, Charles William 25 Jan. 77 

4 Briscoe, Edward AVilliam 25 Jan. 77 

2 Russell, William Melbourne '19 June 77 

4 Slater, Henry Martyn 19 June 77 : 

4 Fegen, Magrath Fogarty ig June 77 

Heyman, Cecil Edward Hamilton, > 

(Dep. E.H.A.) 

4 Blewitt, Charles Turner 



'19 June 77 ' 
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1 Heu'son, John James | 2 Feb. 76 | to De Lisle, Frederick Janv 



Barrett, Lennard, Acting Adjutant 

Hay, Arthur Ernest (Dep. b.h.a.) 

B Lloyd, Wilford Neville^w 

LA Stone, Francis Gleadowe, at Stc{f College 

c.p. Daniell, Arthur Cairnes 

B Hanna, William 

Jfoble, Clarence J^homas Irving 

4 Abdy, Anthony John 

Fox, Francis John, Acting Adjutant ... 
3 Barlow, Charles Mervyn 

2 Taylor, William Henrj^ Forbes 

3 Pelly, Charles Hamilton 

2 Heyland. John Rowley Kyffin Lloyd..., 

sc Campbell. John Alex. Livingstone 

2 Craig, John Francis 

Adye, John,3" Aide de Camp to Sir J. M. 

Adye 

3 Cuthberison, Francis Eugene 

B White, William Lewis 

1 O'Neill, William Heremon 

4 Hughes, Arbuthnott James 

3 Blacker, Latham Charles Miller ^so 

jf Murchison, Kenneth John Walker 

Eardley-Wilmot, Arthur 

2 Butcher, Henry Townsend 

4 Gundry, Henry Bowden 

4 Morrieson, Henry Walters 

N Williams, William Hugh 

4 Simpson, George Gregory 

sc Murray-Dunlop, Henry Liston 

2 Bundle, Henry Macleod Leslie s« 

1 Powles, Thomas William 



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Paterson, Edward Hamilton ii9 June 77 

H Inglis, Thomas Drummond, Acting Adjt. \ 19 June 77 

3 Robinson, Charles Taylor 19 June?; 

Anderson, Edmund Bullar 19 June77 

4 Hanham, PheUps Brooke '9 June 77 

so Frost, George Alfred 19 June 77 

3 Chapman, Herbert Alexander 19 June 77 

3 Foster, John RaHray ^19 June 77 

4 Beatson, William John Arnold 19 June 77 

sc Peel, Edmund ig June77' 

2 Vans- Agnew, John Eraser 19 June 77 

Gordon, Arthur William Bolton 19 June 77- 

19 June 77 
Nelson, Horace Sydney, Acting Adjutant 19 June 77 

3 Grierson. James Moncrieff '. 9 Oct. 77 

Homier, William James 9 Oct. 77 

I Smith, Stanley George Drew i g Oct. 77 

I Wingate, George Miller ' 9 Oct. 77 

Townsend, Charles Colliiigtcood j g Oct. 77 

I Wilson, Charles Henry LuttrellFahie... g Oct. 77 

.1. Bell, Leonard g Oct. 77 

I Toms, Francis Bevill Re.ad 9 Oct. 77 

I Hornby, Edmund John Phipps- I g Oct. 77 

I Leslie, John Henry I 9 Oct. 77 

I Earle, William Henry Simeon 1 9 Oct. 77' 

T Nicolls, Edmund Gustavus i 9 Oct. 77 ' 

Shute, Arthur Blagden I 9 Oct. 77 

I Shewell, Harry Williamson Macan \ 9 Oct. 77 

I Jackson, Montague Bertie Gosset j 9 Oct. 77 

I Molesworth, Hickman Crawford g Oct. 77 

Carleton, Henry Augustus ] 9 Oct. 77 

Vereker, Hon. Jeffrey Edward Frendergast 9 Oct. 77 



4 Jackson, Francis Benja 

4 Waller, John Dawson Hutchinson., 

2 Ind, Frederick WiUiam 

Colder, Edmond Henry Somerville ., 

Childers, Francis Culling Eardley . 
4 Fanshawe, Edward Arthur ....... 

1 Callwell, Charles Edward ' 

Bunbury, William St. Pierre, Long > | 

Course j I 

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2 Lecky, Frederick Beauchamp 31 Jan. 78 , 

1 lilane, Charles Forbes 31 Jan. 78 

> Rogers, Hugh Henrj' I31 Jan. 7^ ' 



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Lieutenants. 

lA. Watkins, Charles Bell 

4 Thistlethwayte, Thomas George 

LA Sankey, Arthur 

Bushe, Thos.Fra.ncis, Acting Adjutant. 

3 Douglas, James Stewart 

^ Cane, Claude RichardJohn 

I M'Leod, Reginald George 31'Queen .... 

Mahon, Reginald Henry _ 

1 Simpson, Arthur Hellier 

4 Helyar, Arthur Beaumont 

3 Hibbert, Archibald Louis 

1 Higginson, Conway Richard Dobbs 

Marreft, Edirard Uvedale , 

c.p. Lane, Christopher William Moore 

sc Matthews, Alfred 

2 Powell, Atherton fiblliott 

2 Guise, Howard 

2 Granet, Edward John 

3 Taylor, Philip Beauchamp 

4 Kemball, George Vero 

3 Armitage, Edward Hume 

N Harvey, John Edward 

I Taylor, William Rowland 

I Wedderburn, Alexander Scrymgeour.. 

3 Alexander, Gerald D'Arragon 

4 Jellett, John Hewitt 

N Cooper, Francis Edward 



3 Thornton, Sidney Vernon 

N Dallas, .Inhn Henry Langford 

MT.:niL'lili;i,(;iNirt;eHall,4e/tHj^d7«tan< 
Dii 1 iM , M ir (I John, Acting Adjzifant 

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S.I. Kelson, Edgar Forbes 

LA Block, Arthur Hufc'h 

3 Oldfield, Henry Elliotc 

I Thomson, Jocelyn Home 

3 Beever, Henry Holt 

3 Findlay, Neil Douglas 

so Lambart, Hon. Arthur 

3 Paget, Wellesley Lynedoch Henry 

3 Johnston, James Thomason 

3 Ricardo, Henry George 

4 Minchin, Frederick Falkiner 

N Inglis, Henrj- Alvcs 

Chamljerlain, Thomas Fibster, Act. Adj. 
I Smith, Sydenham Campbell-Urc[uhart 

I Burrowes, Henry Gray 

I Hobday, Edmund Arthur Ponsonby ... 

1 Wright, George 

2 Smith, Gilbert Boys 

I Ogilvie, Norman Smart 

N Hume, Cliin r-^ \', ,■.,,>,! 

4 Goulljuru, : : ' : 1 .■.;ird 

1 Davidson, -i ,:. . . i l.arkly 

2 Close, FrL'il._.,ik .waca,,uald 

•WK Oliver, AVilliam Jiuues 

3 Enthoven, Perc.v Henry 

2 Lowe, Francis Mauley 

N Butler, Henry Richard 

2 Heygate, Richard Lionel 

W.I. Fairholme, William Ernest 

WN Murray, Arthur Harris 

1 Guinness, Eustace 

3 Do R(ibeck, Henry Edward William ... 
E Balguy, Jdhu Henry 

Lambert, Walter, Firemasfer, Maiirifiia 

2 Robertson, Theodore 

Gardiner, Henry Laurence 



2 Chance, Har 
I Roberts, John Dobree Anderson 

Nathan, Frederic Lewis, Long Course . 

I Stuart, Alexander Ramsay ..' 

Cummings, Wilfrid Heron, Act. Adj. . 
WN Tawney, Edward Plowden Archer .... 
8.1. Turner, Archer Lhoyd Marischal 

3 Rundle, George Richard Perrell 

sc Goold-Adams, Henry Edward Fane j 30 July 79 



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so Lane, Samuel Willington 

sc Simmonds, Percy Richard 

R.I. Pendall, Charles Pears 

WN Lewes, John 

LA Harkuess, Thomas Robert 

so Labalmondiere, Julian Arthur 

sc Langley, John Penrice 

I Porde, Lionel 

4 Tyrwhitt, Hon. Rupert '. .[. 

N Tothill, Francis WilUam Galbraith . 

I Morris, Maurice Morgan 

I Dames, Francis Talbot Longworth! 

1 Guinness, Charles Davis 

2 Osborn, George 

1 Anderson, Clmton Cortlandt . 

WN Baker, George Duff. ' 

2 Pretyman, Ernest George 



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Lieutenants. 

3 Grierson, (Icorire Lyon Walker 

4 Johnston, Tiioni.-is Kcilv Evans 

4 Cuckburu, William Frederick 

c.p. Taylor, Henrj- Clarence Grant 

2 Prinsep, Douglas Gordon 

WN Weigall, George Edward 

I Von Donop, Stanley Brenton 

1 Gordon, Alexander Hamilton 

2 Buckley, Edward Duncombo Henry 

1 Chamier, George Daniel 

4 Crampton, Philip John Ribton 

2 Foster, William Yorke 

N.I. St. John-Mildmay, Charles Begue .. 

LO Bryant, Gilbert Edward 

1 Stokes, Alfred 

WH Winter, Frederic John 

so Wood, Creighton j 

S.I. Tinker, Edward 

S.I. Neish, Colin Graham 

Elliot, William 

4 Dale, Alfred Morris Cecil 

LO de Jersey, Colebrooke 

1 Tisdall, Arthur Lance 

E Garden, Louis Peile 

so Hunter-Blair, Walter Charles 

2 Benson, George KUiott 

2 Stuart, Robert Charles Ochiltree 

so Du Boulaj', Noel Wilmot Houssemayne 

1 Perceval, Edward Maxwell 

Home, Henry Sinclair, Acting Adjutant 

N.I. Wing, Frederick Drummond Vincent... 
Carte, Thomas Elliott, Acting Adjutant.. 

sc Young, Ernest Temple 

WH Head, Charles Tyrrell 

Wiseman-Clarke, Charles Camden 

LO. Cooper-Key, Aston M'Neii 

E St. John, George Francis William 

Cram.pton, Fienncs Henry, Act. Adj. ... 
4 Pollock, Evelyn 

3 Barlow, Hilaro William Wellesley 

WN James, William Reginald Wallwyn 

N.I. Hoste, Dixon Edward 

LO Warre, Anuesley Tyndale 

2 Le Quesnc, James .Simeon Cunynghame 
sc Weekes, ^.lontague Morgan 

4 Briscoe, Alexander Villiers 

4 Butcher, Arthur Edward Aveling.... 
2 Carroll, Arthur Lyons 

2 Vores, Charles Henry Stiverd 

sc Hawl;iiis, Henry Theodore 

3 Blunt, Edward Walter 

I Molesworth, Arthur Ludovic 

LO Brook-Smith, Wilfrid Lionel 

4 Stopford, John Montagu 

I Carnegy, Robert William Elliott.... 
3 Burt, John Marshall 

LO Milward, Clement Henry 

WH Powell, Frederick Acton Lambart . 
so Rickman, Gerald Whitmore 

1 King, Charles Dickson 

E Walker, Edmond Somerville Foresti( 

2 Preston, D'Arcy Brownlow 

E Baker, AugustMS Theodore 

I Rogers, Walter James I 

Synge, Wm. Makepeace Thackeray, ) I 

Acting Adjutant '.. Jj | 

I Kerrich, Walter Edmund ' 

wNBolton, William Henry Coffin 

2 Bethell, Henry Arthur 1 

LO Martel. Charles Philip. 

TTNMeeres, Charles Stuart 

3C Wingate, Francis Reginald 

Ni Wynne, John George Erskine 

English, Charles Ernest, Acting Adjutant 
LA Watkins, Leonard George 

3 Fuller, Richard WoodQeld 

E Tippinge, Ernest Alfred Gartside- 

s.i.Reniiy, Sidney .Mercer 

I.X.Johnson, Frank Ernest 

N Griltin, William Waudhy 

N Duh.an, William W'augli Tayldr 

1 Churchill, Arthur Benjamin .X.jrton 

sc Bickford, Edward ...'. 

Lo Brownlow, Henry Blaikie 

so Rowan, Thomas Thompson 

o Bower, Francis Chivers 

3 Dawkins, John Wyndham George 

4 Baillie, Augustus Charles 

3 Hamilton, Claude de Courcy 

sc Strange, Robert George 

wHRhodes, Bernard Maitland 

4 Tucker, Frederick St. George ....."...!..!.! 

so Birch, Alexander Harry Colvin 

sc Mullins, Arthur John 

LA Napier, Alfred Gerard 

2 Morris, Robert 

E Bond, Ralph Francis Xavier iicGeongh 



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Lieutenants. 

LO Birch, Henry George 

wuTremaine, Richard 

2 Brooke, Edward Sabine 

2 Montgomery, Robert Arundel Kerr 

LA Phillips, Herbert de Tonflfreville 

Crawford, Archibald, Acting Adjutant 

LO Burney, Percy de Sausmarez 

so Blish," Frederick Arthur 

so Scott, Arthur Binny 

LA Dod, Anthony Hurt WoUey 

E Heffernan, Nesbitt Breillat 

LA Moore-Lane, William 

N.I.Rich, Harold Hampden 

LA Smith, John Leslie 

N.i.Longfield, Alfred Purcell 

LA Maunsell, Francis Richard 

LA Henshaw, Clinton Grant 

4 Cole, Frederick Temple 

S.I. Lawless, Skerrett Edward George 

4 Stewart, Robert Alexander 

c.p.Perry, Hugh Whitchurch 

WH Percy-Smith, Rennell 

K Carr, Robert Cattley 

E Cleave, Frederick John Stewart 

3 Coghill, Charles Edw.ard 

C.P.Stanford, Henry Bedell 

If Lewis, Percy John Tonson 

WHMacMahon, John Joseph 

c.p.Birdwood, Frederic William Lane 

c.p.Weguelin, Bernard Henry 

B Best, Thomas George 

B Addington, i/o?;. Harold William 

WH Campbell, Herbert Montgomery 

I Clark, Henry Heywood 

3 Biscoe, Albert Sandeman 

3 Gapel-Cure, Alfred 

WN Rodwell, Reginald Mandeville 

80 Bryan, Thomas William Guy 

LA Hervey, Charles Henry Augustus 

LO Ducrot, Louis Hay 

so WilUams, Charles Augustus , 

so Stratton, Wallace Christopher Ramsay 
WN Richardson, Charles Wilham 

N Sankey, Cyril Charles 

LO Scott, Charles Darracott 

WN Drake, Bei-nard Francis 

WN Walker, Melville 

so Handley, Arthur 

WN Belfield, Sydney 

C.P.Jackson, Landon Dealtry 

WH Slee, Percy Henry 

B Stanton, Henry Ernest 

r,A Coke, Clement 

c.P.Brendon, Herbert Algernon 

LA Anderson, Robert Douglas 

so Vigne, Robert Austen 

N Day, Edward Albert Frederick Henrj^... 

N Montanaro, Arthur Forbes 

E Carleton, Montgomery Launcelot 

sc Mostyn, Ranulph Edward Montague ... 
8.1. Biddulph, George Warren 

a Gurdon, William 

c. p. Underwood, Walter John 

3.1. Calley, Henry 

4 Paget, Victor Fredk. William Augustus 

S.I. Nowlan, Thomas Bowman 

c.p.Gonne, Charles Melvill 

N.I.Thomas, William Morlais 

WH Connal, Alexander Campbell 

S.I. Braid, Arthur Reade 

LO Terry, William Gordon 

N.i.Clutton, Henry Joseph 

N.i.Hanwell, Joseph 

4 Cadell, John Francis 

WK Ask^ith, John Browning Harrison 

LO Bicknell, Maldion Byron 

c.p. Dorehill, Phillip Henry Marcus 

E Dixon, Edward Travers 

LO Johnson, Arthur Graham 

LA Burrard, William Dutton 

so Crowe, John Henry Yerinder 



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' LlKUTKNANTS. | .^i'^HI" , 

WN Fisher, Charles John 22 Feb. 8* 

S.I. Breakey, Arthur John 22 Feb. 8a 

WN Scott, Archibald Galbraith 22 Feb. 82 

-V.I.Dennis, Stratford Thomas Crosbie 22 Feb. 83 

N Rawnsley, Claude 22 Feb. 8a 

WN Guille, HenryStevens le Marchant 22 Feb. 82 

so Hoblya, Edward Florance 22 Feb. 82 

N.I. Short, Anthony Holbeche 22 Feb. 82 

sc OrmistOQ, James Walker 22 Feb. 82 

N Yunge-Bateman, George Marcus 22 Feb. 82 

LoM'Leod, William Kelty I22 Feb. 82 

LO Balfour, Arthur Mackintosh 22 Feb. 82 

E Johnstone, Francis Buchanan 22 Feb. 82 

4 M'Micking, Gilbert 22 Feb. 82 

y. d'Ostrorog, Stanislas Julian 22 Feb. 82 

WN Cookes, George Richard Ussher 22 Feb. 8a 

WN Hutchinson, Charles Hammond 22 Feb. 8j 

B Browne, Sherwood Dighton 22 Feb. 82 

sc Dowell, George Cecil 22 Feb. 82 

E Green, George Edward Tempest 22 Feb. 82 

c.p. Jeudwine, Hugh Sandham 22 Feb. Sa 



i.i. Dalfus, Grteme Sj-m 



27 



3 Jenkinson, Henry Law Acland 25 July 82 i 

sc Harrison, Halford Claude Vaughan 25 July 82 

1 Caulfield, Charles Trevor 25 July 82 

I I Brockmau, Percy William Drake 25 July 82 

2 Coates, John Unett 25 July 8a 

N Bruce-Lane, Herbert Edward 25 July 82 

c.p. Birch, Downward Perceval Lea 25 July 82 

Li Lang, Elliot Brovvnlow 25 July 82 

so Maclean, Archibald Douglas ^.., 25 July 82 

S.I. Hussey, Arthur Herbert J.... 25 July Sa 

!wH White, Hans Stannard 25 July 82 

I s.i. Young, Norman Edward 25 July 82 

4 Lecky, Robert St. Clair 25 July 82 

^ Denne, Alured Barkley 25 July 8a 

N.I. De Butts, Frederick Robert McCrea 25 July 82 

WH Grier, Harry Dixon 25 Jnl.v 82 

N Jennings, Herbert Alexander Kaye 25 July 82 

3 Falkiner, Frederic Richard Henry '25 July 82 

1 Knight, Charles Lewis William Morley... 25 July 82 

4 Adair, Hugh Robert 25 July 82 - 

S.I. Coney, Herbert Launcelot '25 Jul.v 82 

2 Stretton, William de Courcy 25 Jwlj' 82 

IwH Stevenson, Robert Crawford .25 July 82 

[wH Y'oung, Arthur Davidson 25 July 82 

j 2 Parry, Llewelljii Hunjffreys 25 July 82 : 

s.i. Taylor. Mowbray 25 July 82 

I 3 King, Algernon D'Aguilar 25 July 82 



July 82 
July 82 
Oct. 82 
Oct. 82 I 
Oct. 8a ' 
Oct. 8a : 
Oct. 82 , 
Oct. 8a 



E Cooper, Edward Shewell 
N.I. Evans, Arihur Williams... 

1 Gay, Arthur William 

I I French, John Arthur Inne 

1 Baker, Arthur Slade 

2 Babington, David Melville 
4 Waring, Henry 

2 Parker, John Lewes 

3 Radciiffe, William Charles Alfred ' i Oct. 82 

3 Foote, Henry Bruce ' i Oct. 8a 

3 Cookson, William Whicher ' i Oct. 82 

2 Bell, Charles Thornhill i Oct. 82 

3 Horton, Sydney George i Oct. 82 

N.I. Gubbins, Russell Dunmore i Oct. 8a 

I 4 Fisher, Francis Torriano i Oct. 82 

sc Eteson, Harold Carlton Wetherall i Oct. 8a 

i E Giles, Francis Henry Synge , i Oct. 8a 

LO Noble, Montague Mark j i Oct. 8a 

I E Haggard, John ' i Oct. 8a 

|c. p. Smoiiton, Charles Oswald i Oct. 8a 

c.p. Currie, Arthur Cecil ■.. i Oct. 8a 

Ic.p. Mills, William Holroyd ; i Oct. 82 

j so Pollock, Arthur Julius i Oct. 8a 

jwN Butler, Henry Hugh i Oct. 8a 

WN Farmar, William Lawrance | i Oct. 8a 

N.I. Donaldson, Frederick Leverton i Oct. 82 

S.I. Lindsay, Walter Scott ; i Oct. 8a 

S.I. Fox, Robert Fanshawe i Oct. 82 

S.I. de Berry, George John Lewes ' i Oct. 82 

LO Cloete, Evelj'n Rivers Henry Josias ] i Oct. 8a 

S.I. Vincent, Henry Osman ' i Oct. 82 

N.I. Brownlow, Charles William i Oct. 82 






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Majors. 

N Free, John Frederick [Bf.Lt. Colonel, 18 Nov. 82) 

Colquhoun, James Andrew Sutherland 

1 Meiklejohn, John Forbes 

3 James, Lionel Henry Septimus 

Fisher, Vincent Came, Comm. of Ordnance, 2nd Clans 

3 Bazett, Richard 

Saward, Michael Henry, Instructor in Gunnery, ) 

Shoehuryness j" 

4 Pemberton, Sholto Edmonstone'^* 

c.p. Kaye, Robert William 

so Swinton, Arthur 

4 Marshall, Robert George Swayne 

2 Huyshe, Dunbar Fraser 

2 Higginson, Henry Shakespear 160 

de Lautour, Edviard Joseph,^'--^ Adjutant 6th Brig. \ 

Scottish Div. (Argyll and Bute Artillery Militia) ... > 

Anderson, Alexander Dingtcall, Brigade Major to the ) 

Inspector General of Artillery for India .'. 3 

2 Swinley, George"' (Bt.Lt. Colonel, 7. March 81) 



2ndLIKUT. ist LIEUT- 



; June 58 27 Aug. 581 i Aug. 
10 Dec. 58 I Aug. 

10 Dec. 58 1 I Aug. 

11 Dec. 5SI I Aug. 
II Dec. 58 25 Sept. 
10 June 591 2 Nov. 

9 Dec. 59 II r>ec. ' 
9 Dec. 59I11 Dec. 
9 Dec. sgiii Dec. ■ 
9 Dec. 59! 4 Feb. ■ 
9 Dec. 59] 4 Feb. ; 
9 Dec. 59! 4reb. : 
8 June 60; 4 Feb. ■ 



June 60I11 Mar. 74 
1 June 60 9 May 74 



6 Nov. 60 16 Jan 



22 Nov. 79 
I July 81 
I July 81 

22 Nov. 79 

I July 81 

22 Nov. 79 



8 Dec. 79 

16 Jan. 80 

17 Jan. 80 
I Feb. 80 
I May 80 
I May 80 

26 May 80 
26 May 80 
26 May 80 
28 July 80 
8 Apr. 82 
14 Apr. 82 
17 May 82 
21 July 82 

21 July 82 
July 82 



Goutiuuatton of Boyal Artillery (late Madras Artillery), from next page. 



Majors 


2nd LIBUT. 


iSt LIETJT. 


CAPTAIN. 


BT.MAIOR.I MAJOB. 




12 June 58 
12 June 58 
12 June 58 


27 Aug. 58 
27 Aug. 58 

10 Dec. 58 

11 Dec. 58 
II Dec. 58 
II Dec. 58 
10 June 59 
lo June 59 

9 Dec. 59 
9 Dec. 59 
8 June 60 
8 June 60 
8 June 60 
8 June 60 
8 June 60 
8 June 60 


14 Sept. 69 

15 Sept. 69 
I Jan. 70 
4 July 70 

20 June 71 

23 Dec. 71 
19 Mar. 72 
6 July 72 
I Aug. 72 
I Aug. 72 
I Aug. 72 

1 Aug. 72 

2 Nov. 72 
2 Nov. 7^ 
I Dec. 72 

12 Apr. 73 


I July 81 


10 Apr. 77 




7 May 77 




24 May 77 




I Oct. 77 




I Oct. 77 


Brereton, Charles William, DepxUy Inspector General } 

of Ordnance S 

vfN Pollock John Graham 


I Oct. 77 
1 July 79 


1 Hebbert, William Stanley (Bt.Lt. Colonel, 18 Nov. S2) 
3 Alexander, Robert^-* 


2 Aug. 79 
24 Jan. 80 


c.p. Wheatley, Charles R. Eliott 


30 June 80 


I Maclaverty Archibald Iver 


1 Sept.8o 




I Sept 80 




12 Dec. 81 




25 Jan. 81 


I Lavie, Augustus John 


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184 Eoijal Artillery. 

ROYAL REGIMENT OF ARTILLERY.— (^rran^ecZ hy Brigades.) 



Horse Artillery. 



A BBIGADE. 
Colonels. 
G. LeM.Tupper. 
W. D. Kerrich, Bangalore. 
W. E. M. Reilly.CiJ., Alder- 
shot. 
"W. .J. Williams, CB., Dublin. 
W. G. Anclrewes. 

Lieutenant Colonels. 
A. H. Davidson, Agra. 
Colonel B. L. Gordon, CB. c. 

Ferozepore. 
H. Chichester, Dublin. 
W. G. Martin, Exeter. 
C. E. S. Scott, Aldershot. 
H. W. Shakerley, Aldershot. 

A Battery, Dublin. 

Major.— C S. Harvey. 
Captain. — J. J. Congdon. 
Zieutenanis. — St. A. B. 
Warde. 
A. E. Russell. 



B Battery, Exeter. 

MaJo,:-T. B. Tyler. 
Captain.— A. H. Armytage. 
Lieutenants.— K. C. Sclater. 
J. W. Stirling. 



C Battery, Dublin. 

Major.— Bt. Lt. Colonel E, 

D. Elliott. 
Captain.— B. A. Ollivant. 
Zieutenants.S. C. F. Hol- 
land. 
A. Chambers. 
L. A. M'Clintock. 



D Battery, Eawul Pindee. 

Major.— Bt. Zt. Colonel S. 

Parrv. 
Captain.— 'K. Blaksley. 
Lieutenants.— A.. Tracey. 

H. O. Piers. 

N. Maxwell. 



E Battery, Meerut. 

Major.— Bt.Lt .Colonel "W.W. 

Murdoch. 
Captain.— U. H. S. Baker. 
Lieutenants. — A. Keene. 

W. E. L. Balfour. 

A. C. Bailward. 



F Battery, TTmballa. 

Major.-U. St. J.V.Thomas 

Le-Marchant. 
Captain.— Vf. H. F. Sorell. 
Lieutenants.— (J^. H. Crofton, 

W. Tylden. 

W. J. Robertson. 



1ST EKIGADE. 

Ziculenant Colonels. 

Colonel W. H. M'Causland, 

Rangoon. 
W. B. Cumberland, Bristol. 
AV. A. P. Wyllie, Dalhousie. 

E. L. Hawkins, Peshawur. 

F. C. Elton, CB. Egypt. 
H. Edmcades, ShornclilTo. 
P. H. Sandiland.s, Weodon. 
N. II. Harris, India. 



G Battery, Meerut. 
Major.— Bt. Zt. Colonel H. 

De G. Warter. 
Captain.— v. K. L. Beaver. 
Lieutenants.— 'E. A. Lambart. 

J. L. Keir. 

E. C. Hawkshaw. 

H Battery, Exeter. 
Major.— G. W. C. Kotbe. 
Captain.— h. H. Bouwens. 
ii>K/e«o»/.'!.— A.Bell-Irving. 

AV. F. King. 

E. S. May. 

I Battery, Canterbury. 
Major.— Bt. Zt. Colonel J. 

M. Hazlerigg. 
Captain.— W. A. Eden. 
Zieutenants.—'R. E. Bootbby. 
A. H. AV. Brett. 
A. S. Pratt. 

K Battery, Newbridge. 
Major. — AV. A. Roberts. 
Captain.— R. H. AValJace. 
Zieutenants.—B. R. A. Ker- 
rison. 
G. N. H. Barlow. 

L Battery, Sealkote. 
Major.— 'Vi. A. Chaldecott. 
Captain.— K. F. AVilliams. 
Zieutenants. — 0. M. T. 
AVestem. 
M. Beresford. 
R. L. Haines. 

M Battery, St. John's Wood. 
Major.— Bt. Zt. ColonenV. 

S. Curzon. 
Captain.— G. H. O'Malley. 
Lieutenants. — J. J. Porteous. 
R. P. Leach. 

N Battery, Coves try. 
Major.— Bt. Lt. Colonel P. T. 

H. Taylor. 

Captain.— 3. M. Tabor. 

Xieafe;mH/«.—F.E.A. Hunter 

S. C. Hickman. 

H. G. H. Galton. 

B BEIGADE. 

Colonels. 
AV. Denis-de-Vitre, Meerut. 
P. J. Campbell, AVoolwich. 
A. H. AV. AViUiams. 
A.C.Johnson, CB. Umballa. 

Lieutenant Colonels. 
AV. AV. AVoodward. 
G. R. Manderson, CB. c. 

Canterbury. 
C. H. Barnes, Newbridge. 
A. K. Rideout, AVoolwich. 
Colonel H. J. F. E. Hickes, 

AVoolwich. 
E. C. GrLffln, Mhow. 
T. Van Straubenzee, CB. 

Meerut. 



A Battery, Dorchester. 

Major.— ^Y. R. C. Brough. 

Captain.— C. H. Hamilton. 

Lieutenants.— 3. B. Archdall. 

J. AV. Dunlop. 

F. J. Murphy. 

B Battery, Woolwich. 
Major.— Hon. A. B. deMont- 

morencv. 
Ca^rfaijt.— H. H. Costobadie. 
Lieutenants. — Vr. H. H. 
AA'aters. 
AV. F. L. Lindsay. 

C Battery, Woolwich. 
Maior.—Bt. Lt. Colonel J. C. 

Auchinleck. 
Captain. — AV. V. Gregory. 
Lieutenants. — CM. Haggard 
AV. A. Smith. 
A. B. Purvis. 

D Battery, Kirkee. 
Major.— Bt. Lt. Colonel J. 

AV. Ward. 
Captain.— Y. F. Ditmas. 
Lieutenants. — W. E. Blewitt. 

G. S. Jones. 

H. P. Hickman. 

E Battery, Bangalore. 
Major. — V. AVing. 
Captain. — Bt. Major A. 

Broadfoot. 
Lieutenants, — F. R. Thack- 
eray. 
J. O. English. 
C. E. Maturin. 

F Battery, Aldershot. 
Major.— Bt. Lt. Colonel A. 

M. Rawlins. 
Capfain.—n. E. Dolphin. 
Lieutenants.— F. L. Cunliffe. 
C. E. Maberly. 

G Battery, Egypt. 
Major.— Bt. Lt. Colonel AV. 

M. B. AValton, CB. 
Capfain.—T. L. Morgan. 
Lieutenants. — H. J. Croft. 
C. S. B. Parsons. 
Sir G. V. Thomas, Bart. 

H Battery, Aldershot. 
Major.— Bt. Lt. Colonel H. 

C. Mngeuis. 
Captain. — A. I?rowne. 
Lieutenants. — F.J. A. Trench. 
E. AV. Fleming. 

A. H. Carter. 

I Battery, Aldershot. 
Major.— T. Burnett. 
Captain.— S. E, Josselyn. 
Lieutenants.— W . N. Lloyd. 
Hon. A. Sidney. 

B. Burton. 



Field Artillery. 



A Battery, Shornciiffe. 
Major. — W. Mallins. 
Captain.— 'E. H. AValker. 
Lieutenants.— A. S. AVeddcr- 
burn. 
A. AV. B. Gordon. 



B Battery, Ferozepore. 

Major.— Bt. Lt. Colonel IT. J. 

F. Shea. 
Captain.— A. H. Hewat. 
Lieutenants.— E. J. Phipps- 
Hornbv. 
E. A. V. Ifobday. 
J. H. Leslie. 



C Battery, Natal. 

Major. — C. H. Spragge. 
Captain.— Xf. R. M. Daunt 
ii,.K/p»««/«.— F.E. D.Acland 

A. Stokes. 

II. G. Burrowcs. 



D Battery, Shomcli£fe. 

Major.— Bt.Lt. Colonel T. J 

Jones. 
Captain.— \7. P. Thring. 
Lieutenants.— T. W. Powles 

C. D.Kiug. 

A. AV. Gay. 



K Battery, TTmballa. 

Major. — M. AV. Ommanney. 
Captain. — A. J. Dunnage. 
Lieutenants. — A. G. Creagh. 

R. M. Brady. 

G. H. Bittleston. 

L Battery, Newbridge. 
Major.— Bt. Lt. Colonel F. 

S. Le Grice. 
Captain.— F. T. Knox. 
Lieutenants. — H. E. Acton. 
AV. A. Plant. 
E. H. Elliot. 

M Battery, Secunderabad. 

Major. — G. A. Russell. 
Captain.—'^. F. Domville. 
ijejf/fHrtM/it.— C.A.Anderson 

P. L. AA'illiams. 

R. M. Crofton. 

N Battery, Lucknow. 
Major. — H. M. Robertson. 
Captain.— Si. H.AV. Plunkett. 
Lieutenants. — AV. Hanna. 

C. N. Simpson. 

C. H. Rickards. 



BEroT. 
Colonel C. E. Kairne. 

AVoolwich. 
Adjutant.— 3. C. Gillespie, 

AVoohvich. 
Hiding Master. — J. Druna- 

mond, Hon. Captain, 

AVoolwich. 
Quarter Master.— 3. QcuXley, 

Hon. C«i)f., Woolwich. 



A Battery, Woolwich. 
Major.— G. Best. 
Captain.— V,\ F. de F.Curtis. 
Lieutenants. — C.V.B.Kuper. 
A. E. Hay. 

B Battery, Woolwich. 
Major.— 1. 3. C.A. Studdy. 
Captain. — £f. Major R. 

Corbett. 
Lieutenants. — J. AV. M. 
Newton. 
C. E. H. Herman. 



BIDING ESTABLISHMENT. 

Woolwich. 

Hiding Masters. — G. Dann, 
Hon. Captain. 
3. Pawson, Hon. Capt. 
Major.— Bt. Lt. Colonel Hon. 

A. Stewart. 
Captain.— O. F. Annesley. 
Lieutenants. — R. A. Baiina- 
tine. 
F. E. Allsopp. 



E Battery, Kilkenny and 

Cork. 

Mojor.-p. s. c. M. F. H. 

M'Causland. 
Cajjtain.— F. M. Robinson. 
Lieutenants.-C. D. Guin- 
ness. 
A. L. Tisd.nll. 
G. R. DaiTcy. 
F Battery, Woolwich. 
Major.— Bt.Lt. Colonel AV'.S. 

Hebbert. 
Captain.— H. S. Dalbiac. ■' 
Lieutenants.— G. M.Wingate 



AV. H. O'Neill. 
■ H. H. Clark. 



G Battery, Benares. 
3r.//or.— E. G. Battiscombe. 
r„j,fni7i.—Fu. U. Blackett. 
Zinifemnifs. — J. J. Hewson. 

J. R. B. Davidson.] 

N. S. Offilvie. 

H Battery, Jidlundur. i 
Major.— m. Zt. Colonel C. ' 

Crosthwaite. 
Capiain.~\f. Tavlor. 
LieuinmnU.—VL.'G:. Pally. 

F. B. E. Toms. 

I Battery, Ahmedabad. 
3f„/or.— W. G. ir.illov. 
Capfnin.—^. P. Fowdl. 
Xvi(^f.»««;s.-W.H. S.Earle. 

G. Wrisrht. 
S. B. Von Donop. 

J Battery, Newcastle. 
Major. —m.Zt. Colonel A. G. 

Yeatman-Big-gs. 
■Captain.— V. Saltmarshe. 
Xieutena>its.—C. F. Blane. I 
A. H. Gordon. 
H. W. M. Shewell. | 

K Battery, Dublin. j 

2fajor.—F. R. Twynam. i 

Capfain.—li. V. Coivan. | 

.Lieute)iani».—C. R. D. Hig-j 

ginson. 

J. H. Thomson. 1 

F. T. L. Dames. 

li Battery, Secunderabad. 
Major.— \Y. H. Wright. 
Captain.— F. M. Flint. 
Zieutenantg.—J. D. Guthrie. 
E. if. Perceval. 
W. J. Rogers. 

M Battery, Nusseerabad. 
Major.—I). V. Shortland. 
Captain.— K. W. Ind. 
Lieutenantx.—J. C. Marston. 

C. H. L. F. Wilson. 

J. R. H. Allen. 

N Battery, Hyderabad. 

Major.— Bt. Lf. Colonel A. 

, Swinton. 
Captain.— n. J. Lyster. 
I'leutenanf.K.—C.C. Anderson. 

R. G. M. M'Leod. 

R. W. E. Carnegy. 

O Battery, St. Thomas' 
Mount, 
afa/oc— il. ,T. Sexton. 
Captain.— W. A. IVtaynard. 
lAeutenants.- F. E. Sinclair. 
S. G. D. Smith. 
S. C. U. Smith. 



Eoijal Artillery 

T Battery, Aldershot 



Major 
Capfa. 
Lieute 



— A.H. .T. DesBarres 

z.-R. Oakes. 

ants.—n. A.D.Curtis 
A. H. Simpson. 
J. D. A. Roberts. 



U Battery, Athlone. 
3rajor.—J. W. Ins 
Capta 

Lieutenants.— Man. G. A 
Anson. 

AV. R. Taylor. 

J. A. I. French. 

V Battery, Chatham. 
Major. — A. I. Maclaverty. 
Captain. — B. O. Cochrane. 
Lieutenants.— W. C. Ander- 
son. 
M. M. Morris. 
A. S. Baker. 

W Battery, Hilsea. 
I Major.— E. S. B. Lockyer. 
' Captain.- -E.B. Coke. 
I Lieutenants.— W. J. Hicks. 
I p. W. D. Brockman. 
! il. B. G. Jackson. 

X Battery, Woolwich. 
Major.— J. F. Meiklejohn. 
Capttiin.—C. M. Western. 
Lieutenants.— W. D. Garnett- 
Botfield. 
H. Montgomery-Camp- 
bell. 
C. E. CallweU. 

2ND nmoADE. 
Lieutenant Colonels. 
J. E. Blackwell. Aldershot. 
ColonelF.'E.Ua.dow, Ahmed- 
abad. 
H. L. Jones, Sheffield. 
B.F.Schreiber.CiJ.Aldershot 
J. T. Leishman, Woohvich. 
R. T. Hamond, Sheffield. 
F S. Talbot, Woolwich. 
K. Sandham, Woolwich. 

A Battery, Kirkee. 
Major.— n. F. Huyshe. 
Ca2}tain.—F. H. French. 
Lieutenants.- C. D. Cottrell. 

F. E. Kent, 

H 



3KD BBIGADE. 
' Lieutenant Colonels. 

H. Percival, Ipswich. 



G Battery, Belgaum. 
Major.— C. W. Townsend. 
Captain.— F. M. E. Vibart. 

Lieutenants.— D. B. Preston., ^ ^ ^, . . ._. 
A. J. Powell. ^- G^- Humfrey, Limerick. 

C. W. Gordon. 5' ^- ^^^^' ^sra. 

Colonel D. J. M'Grigor, Ban- 
H Battery, Bristol. galore. 

J. H. Annand. I (Colonel H. M. Finlay, Col- 



P Battery, Secunderabad. 
Major.— A. J. Lavie, 
Captain.— E. Lake. 
Lieutenants.— E. Guinness. 

G. D. Chamior. 

W. E. Kerrich. 

Q Battery, Bangalore. 
Major.— E. II. Hollev. 
Coptain.—J. A. F. Xutt. 
Lietitruants—Jj. Forde. 
A. R. Stuart. 
A. B. N. Churchill. 

R Battery, Bellary. 
Major.— 11. B. Kingscote. 
Captain.— A. H.C.Phillpotts. 
Lteutenants.-K. C. Moles- 
worth. 
A. L. Molesworth. 
C. L. W. M. Knight. 
S Battery, Bangalore. 
Major.— W. H. Sandham. 
Captain.-N. J. Nugent. 
Lieutenants.-J. H. Jervis- 
v/hite-Jervis. I 

E. G. NicoUs. 1 

C. J. Caulfeild. ! 



B Battery, Neemuch. 
Major.— A. H. Maclean. 
Captain.— A. W. Ferrier. 
Lieutenants. — R. D. Loudon 

G. E. Benson. 

D. M. Bahington. 

C Battery, Ahmednugger. 

3Iajor.—P. H. Greig. 
Captain.-G. R. Chullenor. 
Lieutenants.— G. B. Smith. 
H. T. Butcher. 

D Battery, Kirkee. 
Sfajor.—p.s.c. F. H. W. 

Milner. 
Captain.— A. Radford. 
Lieutenonfs.—n.K.Ja,ckSOH. 

W. Y. Foster. 

J. U. Coates. 

E Batterj', Kurrachee. 
3Iajor.—W. S. Higginson. 
Captain.— G. F. Hadden. 
ijeafraan^s.— A.C.F.Boileau 

H. A. Bethell. 

R. C. O. Stuart. 

P Battery, Deesa. 
Major.-G.W. M. Turnbull.l 

Captain. — E. Vaughan- 

Hughes. 
Lieutenants. — Hon. J. P. 
A'ereker. 
J. R. K. L. Heylnnd. 
G. L. W. Grierson. 1 



Majo 

Captoin.—C. M.H. Downing 

Lieutenants.— F. H. Ward. 

Ifon. C. M. Ramsay. 

W. de E. Stretton. 

I Battery, Egypt. 

Major.— Bt. Lt. Colonel W, 

Ward. 
Captain.— U. C. M. Woods. 
Lieutenants. — H. M. L, 
Bundle. 

F. B. Leckv. 

C. H. S. Vores. 
J Battery, Allahabad. 

Major.— G. R. Gambler. 
Captain.— C. R. W. Hervev. 
Lieutenants.— Vim. Russell. 
T. Robertson. 

D. G. Prinsep. 

K Battery, Sheffield. 
2Iaior.—F. C. Whalley. 
Captain.— G. B.Allen'. 
Lieutenants. — J. F. Vans- 
Agncw. 

C. T. Bell. 

R. L. Heygate. 

L Battery, Aldershot. 
3Iaior.-C. E. Beadnell. 
Captain.— F. C. E. New 

trigging. 
Lieutenants.— D.F. Downing 
R. A. K. Montgomery. 
W. H. F. Taylor. 

M Battery, St. Thomas' 

Mount. 

Major.— Bl. Lt. Colonel G. 

Captain.— 3. S. S. Barker. 
Lieutenants. — H. Guise. 

E. S. Brooke. 
R. F. M'Crea. 

K Battery, Egypt. 
Major.— E. P. Cambier. 
Captain.— R. Allsopp. 
Lieutenants.— J. F. Craig. 

F. W. Ind. 
R. R. B. A. A. Viscoun 

Fielding. 

O Battery, Hilsea. 
Major.— 2>.s.c. E. Clayton. 
Captuin.—Bt.Major G. B. N 

Martin. 
Lieutenants.. — F. H. M. 
Leader. 
E. C. Wiseman-Clarke. 
A. L. Carroll. 

P Battery, Woolwich. 
Major. S. Gardiner. 
Captain.— &.G.^va.y\h. 
Lieutenants. — E. J. Grauet. 

S. D. H. Buckley. 

L. H. Parry. 

Q Battery, Sheffield. 
Major.— U. W. Rooke. 
Captain.— P. H. Hammond. 
Lieutenants.— F. M. Lowe. 

E. H. Paterson. 

F. M. Close. 



R Battery, Peshawur. 
Major.— U. D. E. Lockhart. 
Captain. — A. L. Lane. 
Lieutenants.— J. L. Parker. 

G. Osborn. 

R. Morris. 

S Battery, Woolwich. 

3Iajor.—'H.. de S. Isaacson. 

Captain.— -R. T. Curling. 

Lieutenants. — F. J. Graime. 

E. G. Pretyman. 

J. S. C. f.c Qucsnc. 



Chester. 
M. Tweedie, Woolwich. 
G.W.Borradaile, CB.Rawul 

Pindee. 

A Battery, Weedon. 
Ma/or.-B.. C. Drysdale. 
Captain.~W. N. Jorvis. 
Lieutenants.— n. E. W. De 
Robeck. 

M. W. P. Block. 

A'D. A. King. 

B Battery, Weedon. 

Major.— J. H. Blackley. 

Captain.— 0. B. D. Willis. 

Lieutenants.-J. S. Douglas. 
A. S. Biscoe, 
W. C. A. Radcliffe. 

C Battcrj-, Egypt. 
Major.— Bt. Lt. Colonel E. R. 

Cottingham. 
Captain.— J. V. V. Baker. 
Lieutenants. — P.B.Enthoyen 

A. Cupel-Cure. 

W. S. Churchward. 

D Battery, Ipswich. 
Major.— S. C. D. Murray. 
Capfain.—B..W. B. T. Haver- 

field. 
Zieutenants.-Ii. H. Beevor. 

A. L. Hibbert. 

J. H. BalguY. 

E Battery, Ipswich. 
Major.— T. AVood. 
Captain. — Bt. Major C. W. E. 

Murphy. 
Lieutenants. — C. M. Barlow. 
W. V. Faber. 
C. H. Alexander. 
F Battery, Limerick. 
Major.— Bt. Lt. Colonel P. 

B. Raikes. 
Captain.— W. G. PhiUimorc. 
Lieutenants.— C H. Pelly. 
H. A. Chapman. 
H. G. Ricardo. 
G Battery, Clonme!. 
Major.— II. H. Goodevo. 
Captain.— B.. P. Russell. 
Lieutenants. — G. D. Alex- 
ander. 
S. V. Thornton. 
H. L. A. Jenkinson. 

H Battery, Christchurch. 
Major.— J. H. Stratton. 
Captain.— C. H. Atchison. 
Lieutenants.— R. C. Foster. 
A. D. Macdonald. 
J. R. Foster. 
I Battery, Bangalore. 
3Iajor.—G. J. Gillies. 
Captain.— J. J. Swinton. 
Lieutenants.— B.. W. "W. Bar- 
low. 
H. B. Foote. 
A. B. Denne. 



J Battery, Egypt. 
Major.— Bt. Lt. Colonel L. F. 

Perry. 
Captain.-^. J. Barlow. 
Lieutenants.— C. R. J. Cane. 
G. F. A. Norton. 
W. W. Cookson. 

K Batterj', Nowgong. 
Major.— E. S. Gordon. 
Captain.— C. C. Rich. 
Lieutenants. — J. M.Gliersou. 
E. H. Armitngc. 
R. W. Fuller. ^ 



1 84^ 

L Battery, Dinapore. ] 
Ofn/on—G. H. Marshall. j 
Captain.— F. E. R. Pollara- ; 
Urquhart. I 

LieufevanU. - C. cle C. 
Hamilton. ' 

\V. L. H. Paget. ! 

S. G. Horton. j 

M Battery, Meerut. 
Major.— X Burton-Brown, j 
Ca'ptain.-Z. S. JI. Brunkcr. 
Lieufenaiifs.—J. 51. Burt. 
•T. T. Johnston. 
C. T. Robinson. 
N Battery, Cawnpore. 
Maior.— B.. Bazelt. 
Captaui.—A. H.H.Sharland. 
Licufenants.-W. G. Massy, 
ft. J. F. Talbot, 
P. B. Taylor. 
O Battery, Agra. 
Major.— 3. H. Alexander. 
Captain.— 3. H. Rosseter. 
Lieut cnanfs.—F. E. Cuth- 
bertson. 
ft. B. F. Bundle. 
n. E. Oldfield. 
P Battery, Meean lUeer. 
Major.— Bt. Lt. Colonel E. 

' il. Dyke. 
Captain.— %. A. Johnson. 
Xi>K#c«(7»f».— G.W.R.Fulton 
C. E. Walker. 
J. W. G. Dawkins. 
Q Battery, Saugor. 
Major.— K. Alexander. 
Caiitain.-Q. K. Mackenzie. 
LieutenantK.—U.Ch. Holden 
N. B. Findlay. 

E. W. Blunt. 

R Battery, Fjzatad. 
Major.— Jj. H. S. .Tames. 
Captain.— yv. G. de Jersey. 
Zicutenant.t —Jj. C. M. 
Blacker. 

F. R. H. Falkiner. 
C. E. Coghill. 



Hoijal 



4TH BRIGADE. 

Lieutenant Colonels. 

J. Ritchie, Hilsea. 
H.J. Thornton, Meean Meer. 
H. B. Maule, Woolwich. 
AV. R. Craster, Allahabad. 
W. H. Izod, Fermoy. 
R. Sadleir, Morar. 
T. Clarke, Shorncliffe. 
W. G. Brancker, CS., Wool- 
wich. 

'A Battery, Mho-w. 
Major.— 'R. G. S. Marshall. 
Captain.— F. C. Farmer. 
Liei<tenanfs.—T.K. E. John- 
ston. 

A. E. A. Butcher. 

R. A. Stewart. 

B Battery, Rawul Pindee. 
Major.— A. E. Garnault. 



Captain.— G. R. Moore. 
Lieutenants.— V}'.'E. Brereton 

Son. R. Tyrwhitt. 

J. P. Cadell. 

C Battery, Meean Meer. 

Major.-A. Campbell. 
Captain.— C. S. Skipton. 
Lievtenants.—A. J. Abdy. 

F. B. Jackson. 

H. R. Adair. 

D Battery, Lucknow. 
Major. — J. A. Lawrie. 
Captain.-^. Powlett. 
Lieutenants. — W. J. A. Beat- 
son. 

J. D. H. Waller. 

F. St. G. Tucker. 

E Battei-y, Bareilly. 
Major.— T. C. Martelli. 
Captain.— U. B. Jeffreys. 
Lieutenants.--E. AV. Briscoe. 
A. V. Briscoe. 

G. McMicking. 



Artillerv. 

F Battery, Morar 
Major.— ^. E. Pemberton. 
Captain.— G. Nugent. 
Lieutenants.— "SI. F. Fegen. 

AV. P. Cockbmn. 

E. Pollock. 

G Battery, Meerut. 
Major.— n. Walkey. 
Captain.— A. N. Rochfort. 
Lieutenants.— 'H. M. Slater. 

C. B. AVatkins. 

A. C. Baillie. 

H Battery, Aldershot. 
Major.-A. T. Wodehouse. 
Captain.— A. S. GrifKths. 
Lieutenants.— A. J. Hughes. 

H. AVaring. 

E. A. Fanshawe. 

I Battery, Curragh. 
Major.— F. E. B. Loraine. 
Captain.— G. F. F. Shirreff. 
Lieutenants.— H. A. G. Har- 



J. D. Barry. 
J. M. Simpson. 

J Battery, Wool-wich. 
Major. — 

Captain.— B.. P. Dawson. 
Lieutenants.— C. H. Blount. 
A. C. Hansard. 
F. F. Minchin. 

K Battery, Permoy. 
Major. — W. L. Hutchinson. 
Captain.— W. G. Lowther. 
Lieutenants.— G.F.Gonlhavn 

T. G. Thistlethwayte. 

E. J. Garston. 

L Battery, Mooltan. 
Ifajor.—J. L. Bell. 
Captai,i.—3. AV. H. Potts. 
Lieutenants. -6. ft. Simpson. 

A. M. C. Dale. 

F. T. Cole, 



Garrison Artillery. 



NORTHERN DIVISION. 

1ST 3KIGA.de. 

Lieutenant Colonels. j 

W. Ronke, Newcastle. 
R. R. Franks, Jersey. 
C. E. Newport, Bermuda. 
J. M. Burn, Guernsey. 
Sir J. W. Campbell, Bt.,[ 
Puchmaree. i 

TSt Battery, Aldemey. j 
Jfo/or.— D. W. Lawrell. 
Captain.— p.s.c.'R.F.lohns'on.^ 
Lieutenants.— G. M. Yunge-; 



A. F. Montanaro. 

and Battery, Jersey. 
Major.— C. E. B. Leacock. 
Cavtain.—p.s.c. H.D.Dunlop 
Xifif/cHOH**.— T.P.Battersby. 

J. E. Harvey. 
3rd Battery, Guernsey 
Major.— T. Harrison. 
Captain.— \V. E. Sharp. 
Lieutenauts.—Vf.Vf.r.DYihan 

H. E. Bruce-Lane. 

4th Battery, Tilbury Fort. 

Major.-n. S. Clarke. 
Captain. —G. R. Spencer. 
Lieut enantt.—C. C. Sankcy. 
C. Rawnsley. 

5 th Battery, Bermuda. 
Major.— &. Simpson. 
Captain.-'Vf. F. Graham. 
Litule„„nts.—3. H. L. Dallas. 

H. U. Butler. 



6th Battery, Bermuda. 
Major.— \f. R. Stirke. 
Captain. — E. AA'^ard, p.o.c. 
Lieutenants.— Vf. W. Griffin. 

7th Batteiy, Eawul Pindee. 
Major.— Bt. Lt. Colonel J. F. 

Free. 
Captain.— J. W. Hawkins. 
Lietitenants.—F. E. Cooper. 
R. T. Roberts. 
H. H. Rogers. 

8th Battery, Attock. 
2Iajor. — A. J. Anderson. 
Captain.— \Y . J. Fowler. 
Lieutem,»ts.—-K.. J. AV. Mur- 
chison. 

E. A. F^ H. Day. 

H. A. K. Jennings. 

9th Battery, Kawul Pindee. 
Major.— St. Lt. Colonel T 

Graham. 
Captain.— p.s.c. E. R. Elles. 
Lieutenants.— K. A. Inglis. 
C. V. Hume. 
W. H. Williams. 

Depot, Ne-wcastle. 
Major.— 'S. A. Fitzroy. 
Captain.— U. G. Weir. 
Lieutenants.— S. M. Rogers. 



(The 2nd, 3rd, andT 4th 
Brigades are formed of the 
Durham Artillery Militia.the 
Northumberland Artillery 
Militia, and the Yorksh 
Artillery Militia respect' 
ively.) 



LANCASHIRE DIVISION. 

ISI BBIGADE. 
Lieutenant Colonels. 
R. Aislabie, Liverpool. 
J. Hanwell, Gibraltar. 
W. R. Lluellyn, Portsmouth. 
J.B.Richardson, St.Thomas' 

Mount. 
E. T. Hume, Gosport. 

ist Battery, Portsmouth. 
Major.— U. Knollys. 
Captain.— F. Walsh. i 

Lieutenants.— A. G. Napier. 
C. H. A. Hervey. 
nd Battery, Weymouth. 
Major.— U. Pipon. 
Captain.— F. E. Jlonckton. 
Lieutenants. — T.R. Harkness 

C. Coke. 
3rd Battery, Shoeburyness. 
Major.— Bt. Lt. Colonel E. 

Lyons. 
Captain.-F. J. K. Pristley. 
Lieutenant. -'R.D.Amlerson. 
E. B. Lang. 
4th Battery, Ferozepore. 

Jlajor-a. H. Murray. 
Captain.— U. T. H. Repton. 
Lieutenants. - H. de T. 
Phillips. 

T. E. Rowan. 

AV. D. Burrard. 

Sth Battery, .Lahore. 
Major.— G. M. B. Hornsby. 
Captain.— C. J. Long. 
Lieutenants. — AV. Moorc- 
Lane. 

L. G. AVatkins. 

H. U. Brownlow. 



M Battery, Aldershot. 
Major. -S. C. K.yle. 
Cff/)f </{«.— A.J.Montgomery. 
Lieutenants.— H. Bruen. 

F. T. Fisher. 
J. H. Jellett. 

N Battery, 'Woolwioh. 
Major.— Bt. Lt. Colonel C. 

Thornhill, 
Captain.— Vf. O. Smith. 
Lieutenants. — W. H. Con- 

noUr. 

G. M. Boothby. 
R. S. Leckey. 

O Battery, Barrackpore. 
Major.-F. Wighton. 
Captain.— \X. F. Cleeve. 
Lieutennnts.—F. A. Curteis. 

P. J. R. Crampton. 

J. M. Stopford. 

P Battery, Aldershot. 
Major.— O. F. Le Motti^e. 
Captain.— F. Bigg. 
Limttena»ts.—A. B. Helyar. 

P. B. Hanham. 

V. F. AV. A. Paget. 

Q Battery, Colchester. 
Ifaior.—B. R. Greig. 
Captain.— B. E. Preston. 
Lieutenants. — H. AV. Mo7- 

C. T. Blewitt. 
H. C. Dunlop. 

E Battery, Glasgow. 
Major.— C. W. Thomson. 
Captain.— R. L. Scarlett. 
Lieutenants. — S.D.RainsforiJ 

H. B. ftundrv. 

G. V. Kemball. 

EEMOUNT ESTABLISHUEXT. 

Captain.— B. J. O. Walker, 
Woolwich. 



6th Battery, Gibraltar. 

3Iajor.-W. O. Carlile. 
Captain. — E. Cassan. 
Lieutenants. — J. L. Smith. 
A. H. W. Dod. - 

7th Battery, Gibraltar. 

2Iajor.—Bi. Lt. Colonel H. ■ 

Bond. ; 

Capiain.-p.s.c. DeC. Daniell '1 

Lieutenants.— F.R. Maunsell. '■ 

A. Sankey. 

Sth Battery, Gibraltar. 
Major. — H. N. .Tones. 
Captain. -p.s.c. B. B. Crook- 

enden. 
Lieuten„nts.-A. B. Block. 
C. G. Henshaw. 

Depot, Liverpool. 
Major. — J. M. Murray. 
C(/;)/fl;H.-D.M. D.Waterfield 
Lieutenants.— F. G. Stone, at 
Staff College. 
H. K. Jackson. 

(The 2nd Brigade is formed >' 
of the Lancashire Artillery ■ 
Militia.) * 



EASTERN DIVISION. 

1ST BBIGADE. 
Lieutenant Colonels. 
M. Elliot, Egypt. 
D. S. Pemberton, Bengal. 
H. Y. VVortham, Colchester. \ 
S. P. Lynes, AVoolwich. 
W. D. Carey, Ceylon. 



it Battery, Landguard Fort. 
rajor.—G. C. H. Parlby. 
,ii,f,n„ —W. A. G.Saunders. 
■ if«,<»/.v.—E. S.F.Walker. 
E. S. Cooper. 
2nfl Battery, Dover. 
r«/o/-.— R. Woollcombe. 
',pfa!ii.—U. G. Newcome. 
eutciiinifs.—T. H. J. Wood- 

E. T. bison. 
srd Batterv, Fort Victoria, 
I.W. 

ra/or.— H. W. Isacke. 
aptaiit.—&. N. Henriques. 
Uutem„iU.-¥.. A. G. Tip- 
pinge. 

T. G. Best. 
4th Battery, Woolwich. 
r<yoc.— H. Latham. 
•aptaiii.—U. O. Hopkins. 
\ieute>iaufs.—Q. de Jersey. 

W. L. Brook-Smith. 
■ 5th Battery, Ceylon, 
ro/oj-.— H. F. Phillpotts. 
™<aiH.— W. H. Suart. 
ieuteminfs.—'P. H. S. Giles. 

K. C. Carr. 

6th Battery, Ceylon. 
fa/o)-.-H. W. J. Hubback. 
^p<yi«.— T. S. Baldock. 



7th Battery, Thayetmyo. 
fo/or.— W. E. Lockhart. 
'aptain.—G. AV. R. Howard- 

Vyse. 
ieutenciiits.—W. Gurdon. 

Hon. H. W. Addington. 

G. E. T. Green. 

li Battery, Thayetmyo. 
tajor. — F. J. Mortimer. 
' ■ iii.—'B.. N. Jervois. 
ieuUim>,f^.-n. F. X. M, 
Bond. 

F. J. S. Cleeve. 
M. L. Carleton. 

gth Battery, Toungoo. 
rajor.—n. T. T. Sandes. 
apt a ill.— J. A. Grieve. 
ieuteiiai>t>,.--N. B. Heffer- 
nan. 
H. E. Stanton. 

G. F. W. St. John. 

Depot, Colchester. 
[ajoi:—T. A. Davis. 
'apti,in.—F. H. Hall. 
ieicteiHiiitf.—l. Haggard. 
' W. L. White. 

(The 2nd and 3rd Brigades 
.re formed of the Norfolk 
iQd Suffolk Artillery Militia 
jspectively.) 



riui/al AdiJlpvii 
3rd Battery, Dover 



CINQUE PORTS DIVI- 
SION. 

1ST BKIGADE. 

Lieutenant Colonels. 
I. M. Fitzgerald, Dover. 
'. A. de Mole.yns, Dover. 
'. H. Harcourt, Aden. 
■T. H. Warden, Woolwich. 
]l. C. Lewes, Woolwich. 

I ist Battery, Dover. 
\lajor. — J. W. Bernard. 
I'aptain. — C. W. Kennaway. 
.deutenants. — J. Shiffuer. 

C. O. Smeaton. 
2nd Battery, Dover. 

lajor. — A. Warry. 
'aptain.—R. P. Maitland. 
,ieH;e»<i»«».—H. C.G.Taylor. 

D. P. L. Birch. 



Major.— p.K.c. E. V. Boyle. 
Captain. R. Pnrdy. 
Lieufemiutf.—C. W. M. Lane. 

H. A. Brendon. 

4th Battery, Dover. 

Major.— C. R. E. Wheatley. 

Captain.— W. D. B. Fenton. 

Lieufenant.i.—B.n.Wegne\m 

H. B. Stanford. 

5th Battery, Jamaica. 
Ma/or.—p.!'.c. Bt. Lt. Colonel 

C. A. Gorham. 
Ciipiidii. — J. A. Co.xhead. | 
iira^^-HoKf)!.— F.W.G.Tothill 

H. S. Jeudwine. 
6th Battery, Barbadoes. 
Major. — E. Bainbridge. 
Captain. — J. F. Harman. 
Lieutenants. -P. H. M. Dore- 
hill. 

J. H. V. Crowe. 

7th Battery, ftuetta. 
Major. — C'o/oHc?H. Bracken- 
bury, CB. 
Captain.— \. H. Callwell. 
Lieutenants. — C. M. Gonne. 

L. D. Jackson. 

Sth Battery, Bombay. 
Major.— ¥. G. Gyll. 
Captain.— Y. Beaufort. 
Lieutenants.— n. W. Perry. 

W. J. Underwood. 

F. W. L. Sirdwood. 

gth Battery, Poena. 
Major.— 3. C. Robinson. 

Captain.— O. S. Smyth. 
Lieufenants.—X. C. Daniell. 

C. W. Kellie. 
Depot, Dover. 
Major.— U. W. Kaye. 
Capfain.—E. M. Adams. 
Lieittenanfs.—C.¥. Magrath. 

W. H. Mills. 
(The 2nd and 3rd Brigades 
are formed of the Kent and 
Sussex Artiller.y Militia re^ 
spectively) 



LONDON DIVISION. 

1ST BRIGADE. 
Lieutenant Colonels. 
H. C. Farrell, Woolwich. 

F. A. Anley, Woolwich. 

C. W. Wilson, Barrackpore, 

G. Budd, Malta. 

J. P. Morgan, Malta. 
F. Duncan, Woolwich. 

ist Battery, Portsmouth. 
Major. -W. H. Auchinleck. 
Capfain.—E. T. Browell. 
Lieutenants.— O. Rowe. 
0. H. Milward. 
2nd Battery, Gosport. 
Majnr.-W. S.' Maunsell. 
C'u/(/((;».—i/o«. W.C.Rowley 
Lieutenants. — A. G. Johnson 
M. M. Noble. 
3rd Battery, Woolwich. 
Major. — A. Grubb. 
Captain.— Jj. E. Ooker. 
Lieutenants. — A. C. Bur- 
mester. 
E. R. H. J. Cloet.?. 
4th Battery, Malta. 
Major. — p.s.c. G. A. Noyes. 
Captain.-K. F. Becher. 
Lieutenants.—^ . G. Terry. 
P. de S. Burney. 
5th Battery, Malta. 
Major.— Bt. Lt. Colonel W. 

H. Graham. 
Captain.— C. A. Rvan. 
Lieutenants.— M.d. Birch. 
A. M. N. Cooper-Key. 



6th Battery, Malta. 
Major. — A. Log-an. 
Captain.— F. B Bunnv. 
Lieutenants. — G. P. Martel. 

W. R. McLeod. 

7lh Battery, Calcutta. 
Major.— 1. F. Brough. 
Captain.— S. Watson. 
Lieutenants.— F. J. De Lisle. 

L. H. Ducrot. 

M. B. Bicknell. 

Sth Batterjs Delhi. 
Major.— Bt.Lt. Colonel U.T. 

Pritchard. 
Captain.— W. J. Clarke. 
Lieutenants.— G. E. Bryant. 
C. D. Scott. 
A. M. Balfour. 

Depot, Woolwich. 
Major. — E. H. Cameron. 
Captain.— i. P. Freeth. 
Lieutenants.— U. Tylden. 
A. T. Warre. 



SOUTHERN DIVISION. 

18T BKIGADE. 

Lieutenant Colonels. 
Colonel H. Cardew, Ports- 
mouth. 
T P. Berthon, Golden Hill. 
2E. de V. Tupper, Ports- 
mouth. 
G. A. Crawford, Hong Kong 
S. Penny, Bombay. 
C. D. Chalmers. 

ist Battery, Malta. 
Major.^p.s.c. W. B. R. Hall. 
Captain.— 3. Hotham. 
Lieutenants.— P. A. Bligh. 
N. W. H. Du Boulay. 
2nd Battery, Portsmouth. 
lfrt>r.-J. Wall. 
Captain.— 3. S. Clarke. 
Lieutenants.— T. T. Rowan. 
A. T. Breakey. 
3rd Battery, Portsmouth. 
Major.— M. L. Porter. 
Captain. — J. D. Kirwan. 
Lieutenants. — P. 0. Bower. 
G. W. Rickman. 

4th Battery, Golden Hill. 
Major.— 3. E. Gubl)ins. 
Captain.— K. V. Hunt. 
Lieutenants.— G. A. Frost. 

D. E. Dewar. 
sth Battery, Agra. 
Major.— C. F. Glass. 
Captain.— G. D. Fanshawe. 
Lieutenants.— C Wood. 

T. W. G. Bryan. 

A. Handiey. 

6th Battery, Allahabad. 
Major. — A. Swinton. 
Captain.— G. R. Price. 
Lieutenants. — C. A.Williams. 

W. C. R. Stratton. 

A. D. Macleane. 
7th Babtery, Peshawur. 
Major.— C. D. A. Straker. 
Captain.— F. Waldron. 
Lieutenants.— A. H. C. Birch. 

A. J. Pollock. 

Sth Battery, Singapore. 
3fajor.—B. W. Nash. 
Captain.— U. W. Bracken- 
bury. 
Lieutenants.— 3. P. Fell. 
W. C. Hunter-Blair. 

gth Battery, Hong Kong. 
Major. — M. Moore-Lane. 
Captain.-3. R. S.O. Hewitt. 
Lieutenants. — Hon. A Lam- 
bart. 
S. D. Browne. 



184c 
Depot, Fort Rowner. 
Major.— Bt. Lt. Colonel W. 

T. Budgen. 
Captain.— A. D. i\ddison. 
Lieutenants.— A. B. Scott. 
R. A. Vigne. 
(The 2nd and 3rd Brigades 
are formed or the Hamp- 
shire and the Isle of Wight 
Artillerj' Militia respect- 
ively.) 



WESTERN DIVISION. 



Lieutenant Colonel.-^. 
P. E. Hill, Devonport. 
H. T. Vachell, Devonport. 
J.H. P. Anderson. Devonport 
M'Laughlin, Devonport. 
C. G. Robinson. Mauritius. 
A. A. Stewart, Cape of Good 
Hope. 

ist Battery, Bull Point. 
Major.— p.s.c. 3. P.Mnvirice. 
Captain.— 3. P. Roger.-". 
Lieutenants. — E. P. A. 
Tawney. 

B. F. Drake. 

2nd Battery, Devonport. 
Major. — S. de L. Lacy. 
Captain.— T:. Mayhew. 
Lieutenants.— 3i,. M. Rodwell. 
H. S. le M. Guille. 

3rd Battery, Devonport. 
Major.— U. R. West. 
Captain.— V. B. Dalrvmple. 
Lieutenants— U. H. Butler. 
S. Belfield. 

4th Battery, Devonport. 
Major.— 3. G. Pollock. 
Captain. — B. L. Eman. 
Lieutenants.— G. 3. Fisher. 

C. W. Richardson. 

5th Battery, Gwalior. 
.lf(f/or.— J. R. D. Cooko. 
Captain.— A. E. Duthy. 
Lieutenants.— U. Walker. 

F. B. Johnstone. 

G. R. U. Cookes. 

6th Battery, Morar. 
Major.— H. L. Gwyn. 
Captain. — J. D. Cunningham. 
Lieutenants.— G. D. Baker. 

W. R. AV. James. 

A. G. Scott. 

7th Battery, Cape of Good 

flops. 
Major.— n. Roberts. 
Captain.— A. F. Liddell. 
Lieictenants.-G. E. Weigall. 
C. S. Meeres. 

Sth Battery, Miuritius. 

3fajor.—n. L. EUaby 

Capfain.—\y. B. Fletcher. 

Lieutenants. — R. Tremaino. 

C. H. Hutchinson. 

gth Battery, St. Helena. 
3Iajor.—G. T. Carr^. 
Captain.— K. C. Wace. 
Lieutenants. — W. L. Farmar, 
W. H.C. Bolton. 

Depot, Plymouth. 

Major. — J. Younger. 
Captain.— 3. W. Buckle. 
Lieutenants— A. H. Murray. 
J. Lewes. 

(The2nd and 3TdBrigades 
are formed of the Cornwall 
and Devop Miners and the 
j Devon Artillery Militia re- 
spectively.) 

H 



i84cZ 

SCOTTISH DIVISION. 

1ST BBIGADK. 
Lieutenant Colonels. 
C.J. Hope-Johnstone, Leith 
C. V. Arbuckle, Sheerness. 
W. Newman, Malta. 
B. Staveley, KirkeP. 
J.K. Holdsworth, Aberdeen 

ist Battery, Malta. 

3Ia)oi:—'L. W. Taylor. 
Cii'ptiiin. — J. A. Robertson. 
Lieutenants— K-CW .^te&on 
R. E. M. Mostyn. 

2nd Battery, Sheerness. 

Major.— T. W. Roberts. 
Captain.— R. C. C. Walker. 
Lieutenant.— n. E. F. Goold- 
Adams. 
H. C. V. Harrison. 

3rd Battery, Sheerness. 

Major.— T. C. Price. 
Captain.— F. A. Bowles. 
Lieutenants.— X . P. Langley. 
E. F. HobliTi. 

4tli Battery, Sheerness. 

Major.S. Cargill. 
Captain. — E. Gunner. 
Lieutenants. — E. T. Young. 
M. M. Weekes. 

5th Battery, Egypt. 

Major.— G. B. Macdonell. 
Captain.— R. Knigbt. 
Lieutenants. — H. L. Murray- 
Dunlop. 
H. T. Hawkins. 

6th Battery, Egypt. 
Major.— 'P. T. Lloyd. 
Captain.— C. H. H. Cooper. 
Lieutenants. — E. Foord. 

R. G. Strange. 

7th Battery, Aden. 

Major.— ¥. W. Carey. 
Captain. — A. M. Murray. 
Lieutenants. — P. R. 'Sim- 
monds. 

E.Bickford. 

G. C. DowDll. 

8th Battery, Aden. 

Major.— C. W. Long. 
Captain.— F.N. M. Skinner. 
Lieutenants.— F. R. Wingate. 

A. J. Mullins. 

J. W. Ormiston. 



gth Battery, Bombay. 

Major.— B. V. Arbuckle. 

Captain.— 3. C. Shirres. 
Lieutenants.— '&. Peel. 

A. Matthews. 

J. A. Labalmondiere. 

Depot, Leith. 
Major. — Bt.Lt.Col. H. P. 

Darwall. 
Captain.— W. S. "Walford. 
Lieutenants.— !<(. B.Inglefield 
J. A. L. Campbell. 



(The 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 
and 6th Brigades are formed 
of the Haddington, the 
Edinburgh, the Fife, the 
Forfar and Kincardine, and 
the Argyll and Bute Artil- 
jery Militia respectively.) 



Hoijal Artillery. 



WE LSH DIVISIOIS'. 

1ST BKIGADE. 
Lieutenant Colonels. 
T. Cuming, Bristol. 

C. Collingwood, Halifax. 
Colonel J. C. Tayler, Secun 

derabad. 

D. R. Cameron, CMG. 

Sheerness. 
C. Trench, Pembroke Dock. 
1st Battery, Pembroke Dock 
Major.— Bf. Lt. Colonel G.F. 

S. Chambers. 
Captain.— St. J. St. G. Ord. 
Lieutenants.— T.'W.li. Stans- 

feld. 

A. D. Young, 

2nd Battery, Huhberstone. 
Major.— C. E. Reid. 
Captain.— F. A. Aylmer. 
Lieutenants.— G. E. Jervois. 
W. F. Bunn. 

3rd Battery, South Hook. 
Major.— T. Gaskell. 
Captain.— J. M'Donnell. 
Lieufenanfs.—F.A.Ij.Fowe\\. 
H. M. Campbell. 

4th Battery, Secunderabad. 
Major. — J. Charles. 
Capfain.—A. A. Newman. 
Lieutenants. — R. Percy- 
Smith. 

P. H. Slee. 

N. D. Grier. 
5th Battery, St. Thomas's 
Mount. 
Major.— 'W. Bisset. 
Captain. — .1. Temple. 
Lieutenants.— F. J. Winter. 

C. T. Head. 

H. S. White. 
6th Battery, Halifax. 
Major.— W. J. Tatham. 
Captain.— V. F. P. Hamilton. 
Lieutenants.— J. B. H. Ask- 
with. 

R. C. Stevenson. 

7th Battery, Halifax. 
Major.— W. P. Piatt. 
Capfain.—G. J. Playfair. 
Lieutenants. — A. C. Connal. 

J. J. MacMahon. 

8th Battery, Halifax. 
3Iajor.—A. B. England. 
Captain.— F. M. Banister. 
Lieutenants. — J. de W. Lard- 
ner Clarke. 

W. J. Oliver. 

Depot, Hubberston. 
Major.— Bt. Lt. Colonel J. 

F. Owen. 
Captain.— J. S. Frith. 
Lieutenunts.—G. G. Howard. 

B. M. Rhodes. 

(The 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 
5th Brigades are formed of 
the Glamorgan, the Carmar- 
then, the Pembroke, and 
the Cardigan Artillery Mi- 
litia respectively.) 

NORTH IRISH DIVISION. 

1ST BHISADE. 

Lieutenant Colonels. 
Colonel C. J. M'Mahon, Bel- 
fast. 
Colonel E. Keate, Shoebury- 

ness. 
W. J. Finch, Gibraltar. 
C. R. Buckle, Toungoo. 
Hon. R. V. Dillon, Gibraltar. 
W. Smith, Dublin. 



ist Battery, Sandown. 
Major.— Bt.Lt. ColonelG. B.l 

B. Hobart. 

Captain.— F,. de V. du Bou-, 

lay. I 

Lieutenants.— T). Fj.'&oste. I 

F. R. M. De Butts. I 



2nd Battery, Shoeburyness 
Major. — M. C. Newall. 
Captain.— G. F. B. Grey. 
Lieutenants. — A. W. Evans. 
F. D.V. Wing. 



3rd Battery, Sheerness. 
Major. — St. A. Molesworth. 
Captain.— F. M. Bland. 
Lieutenants.— G. R. Towns- 
hend. 
A. H. Short. 



4th Battery, Rangoon. 
Major.— A. H. Murray. 
Captain.— -M. W. Saunders. 
Lieutenants.— St. John Mild- 
may, CB. 
W. M. Thomas. 
C. W. Brownlow. 

5th Battery, Mhow. 
Major.— Fl. H. Wickham. 
Captain.— K. A. Rigg. 
Lieutenants. — A. P. Long- 
field. 

H. M. Sandbach. 

R. D. Gubbins. 



6th Battery, Gibraltar. 
Major.— n. J. Hezlet. 
Captain.— Son. F. W. J. 

Shore. 
Lieutenants.— S. E. G. Law- 

H. 3. Glutton. 

7th Battery, Gibraltar. 
Major. — G. J. Burgmann. 
Captain, — p.s.c. J.W.Murray 
Lieutenants. — W. E. Pair- 
holme. 
S. T. C. 



8th Battery, Gibraltar. 

Major. — J. R J. Dewar. 

Captain. — G. S. Pan-y. 

Lieutenants. — J. G. 

Wynne. 

H. H. Rich. 



9th Battery, Gibraltar. 
Major. — W. P. Georges. 
Captain. — S. Rudge. 
Lieutenants. — J. Hanwell. 
M. Taylor. 



Depot, Newbridge. 
Major.— T:. R. Disnev. 
Captain.— G. C. Wynne. 
Lieutenants. — C. A. Howard, 

F. L. Donaldson. 



(The 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 
6th, 7th, 8th, and gth Bri- 
gades are formed of the 
Antrim, the Donegal, the 
Dublin City, the Galway. 
the Mid-Ulster, the Wick 
low, the Sligo, andtheLon 
donderry Artillery Militia 
respectively.) 



SOUTH IRISH DIVISION. 

1ST BRIGADE. 

Lieutenant Colonels. 

H. Smithett, Luoknow. 

W. B. Rice, Kinsale. 

F. W. de Winton, CMG., 

Canada. 
T. R. Ry.nn, Queenstown. 
J. Haughton, Portsmouth. 

ist Battery, Carlisle Fort. 
Major. — Bt.Lt.Colonel E. 

Broadrick. 
Captain. — A. AV. Hanson. 
Lieutenants. — C. G. Neish. 
W. P. Lmdsay. 

2nd Battery, Spike Island. 
2Iajor. — 

Captain.— Fi. Buckle. 
Lieutenants.— T. B. Nowlan, 
G. L. Duffus. 

3rd Battery, Camden Tort. 
Major. — J. B. Ormsby . 
Captain.— \\. S. Baldock. 
Lieutenants. — H. Calley. 
R. P. Fox. 

4th Battery, Portsmouth. 
Major. — C. Morley. 
Captain.— Sir G. H. W. Beau- 
mont, Bt. 
Lieutenant. — N. E. Young. 

5th Battery, Jutogh. 
Major. — C. J. Deshon. 
: Captain. — A. ilansel. 
' Lietttenants.-H.. C. C. D. 
I Simpson. 

E. Tinker. 

! G. W. Biddulph. 

I 6th Battery, Eawul Pindee. 
I Major. — A. J. Shuttleworth. 
■ Ca^p^ain.—W. W.M.Seymour. 
Lieutenants. — A. L.M.Turner 

S. M. Rennv. 

C. P. Fendall. 

7th Battery, Malta. 
Major. — H. A. Barker. 
Captain. — E. H. Pickwood. 
Lieutenants. — E. P. Nelson, 

F. E. Johnson. 

Sth Battery, Malta. 
Major.-C. H. CampbeU. 
Captain. — W. Martin. 
Lieutenants. — H. A. Vincent, 

H. L. Coney. 

9th Battery, Malta. 
Major.— Bt. Lt. Colonel H. A. 

Tracey. 
Captain.— F. V. Elwes. 
Lieutenants.- A. R. Braid. 

A. H. Hussey. 

Depot, Kinsale. 
Major.— B. do B. Tupper. 
Captain. — J. Leach. 
Lieutenants. — G. J. L. de 
Berry. 
T. F. T. Fowle. 

(The 2nd, 3r.l. 4th, 5th, 
6th, and 7th Bi-igades are 
formed of the West Cork, 
the Cork City , the Limerick, 
the Tipperary, the Water- 
ford, and the Clare Artillery 
Militia respectively.) 



Boyal Artillery. 

Dbputt Adjutant Gekebal. 
Irbiithnofc, Major General Sir 0. G., KCB., i Sept. So. 



tSS 



Assistant Adjutant Gknkeal. 
Sieary, Colonel H. Le G., i6 Sept. 82. 

Deputy Assistant Adjutant Genbbai,. 
Tillard, Bt. Lt.Colonel J. A., 16 Sept. 82. 

Inspector Gbwebal. 
Radcliffe, Major General R. P., 1 Sept. So. 
4.ide de Camp .—Captain F. O. B. Foote, 29 Dec. 80. 

Patmasieks. 
Thompson, John Baylis, 24 June 59 ; Son. Major, 24 

June 74. 
Piers, Claudius Buchanan, 26 April 60; Son. Major, 

26 April 75. 

Riding Masters. 
:J.B. Dann, George, 27 Aug. 59 ; Uon. Captain, i July Si. 

Johnston, William, 15 Jan. 64 ; Son. Captain, i July 81. 

Dninunond, John, 12 Sept. 65 ; Son. Captain, i July 81. 
U.E. Pawson, John,3»2 29 May 67 ; Hon. Captain, i July 81. 
: Nugent, Edmund, 22 Jan. 68 ; Son. Captain, i July Si. 

Abbott, Isaac,^^* 8 March 71 ; Son. Captain, i July Si. 

Lovell, Joseph, 28 June 73. 

Staunard, Ephraim, 25 Nov. 74. 
I Donnelly, Robert, i April 75. 
I Williams, George, i April 75. 

Draper, Frederick, i April 75. 

Cole, William, 8 Sept. 75. 

Henson, Christopher, 15 Nov. 79. 

Goode, Richard John, 15 Nov. 79. 

Stevens, John, 24 Jan. 80. 

Wilken, John, 19 June 80. 

Simpson, Robert, 31 Dec. 81. 

Shipman, William, 31 Dec. 81. 

QUAETEB MaSTEES. 

Wishari, William, 14 Aug. 67; Son. Captain, i July 3i, 
2nd Brigade Lancashire I)io.(Laneashire Art. Militia.) 

Sculley, John, 12 Dec. 68; Son. Captain, i July Si. 

Gtinn, William, 28 May 70; Son. Captain, i July 81. 
2nd Brigade North Irish Div. (Antrim Art. Militia.) 

Oreen, Bichard, 14 Sept. 70 ; Son. Captain, i July 81, 
2nd Brigade Northern Div. (Durham Art. Militia.) 

Brown, Simon, i July 71 ; Son. Captain, i July 81. 



Simons, Edmund,^^'^ 24 Feb. 72 ; Smi. Captain, 24 Feb. 

82, 2nd Brigade Scottish Division (Saddington Artil- 
lery Militia). 

Ward, Thomas, 26 .Tune 72 ; Son. Captain, 26 June 82. 
Murdoch, Robert Kamiiton, 19 Feb. 73 ; Son, Captain, 

I March 79. 
For sdyke, Jonathan, ^'"^ ic May 73, 2»d Brigade Cinque 

Forts Division (Kent Artillery Militia) . 
Cox, Samuel, 21 June 73. 
Langrish, Thomas, 17 Dec. 73. 
Emby, William James, 1 July 74, i^ih Brigade Northern 

Division (Yorkshire Artillery Militia). 
Diggory, Charles, 25 Nov. 74. 
Gillard, James, 13 Jan. 75, yd Brigade Northern Diciiiou 

(Northumberland Artillery Militia) . 
Kelly, John, lo March 75. 
M'Kenna, John, 10 March 75. 
Squires, George, i AprU; 75, yth Brigij<.(<- South Irish 

Division (Clare Artillery Militia). 
Richey, William, i April 75. . 
Wilson, George, i April 75, 2nd Brigade Southern Division 

(Sampshire Artillery Militia). 
Seath, Alexander, S Sept. 75. 
Walker, Alexander, 8 Sept. 75. 

Walker, George, 19 July 76, 3rd Briaade Scottish Divi- 
sion (Edinburgh Artillery Militia) . 
Rowan, Melville John, 14 Feb. 77. 
Powell, John Joseph Charles, i Apr. 78, War Office. 
Sambly, Edgar, 2 May 78, ^th Brigade Scottish Division 

(Fife Artillery Militia). 
Zand, Isaac, 25 May 78,5^^ Brigade South Iri^h Division 

(Tipperary Artillery Militia). 
Wilbond, James, 11 June 81, -^rd Brigade North Irish 

Division (Donegal Artillery Militia). 
Bussell, Senry, 17 Sept. Si, 2nd Brigade South Irifh 

Division (West Cork Artillery Militia). 
Cook, George, 27 May 82, 5th Brigade Scottish Dirificn 

(Forfar Artillery Militia) . 
Munro, John, 27 May 82, gth Brigade North Irish Division 

(Londonderry Artillery Militia). 
Paton, William, 27 May 82, Malta. 

Riding Establishment. 
Superintendent.— Stewart, Son. A., Bt.Lt.Col. 22 Sept. 75. 
Captain.— ^Armesley, O. F. T., 28 July 76, 
Lieutenants. — Bannatiue, R. A., 28 Jan. 75. 
Allsopp, F. E., 25 Jan. 77. 



Agents, Messrs. Cox and Co. 



[86 Horse Guards. 



Coast Brigade of Artillery. 



; Majob. 

"Gamham, John ■William 

I Captains. 

Sprent, Williani Swansoni 

Rainbird, Alfred, Department of the Director of) 
j ArtiUer;/ and Stores ) 

Dillon, Edward 

Ritchie, James, Staff Officer 

Davey, Thomas^ 

[Tracy, Michael 

'Sutherland, Robert Samuel" 

iKirkbride, Thomas "W 

iRichey, Thomas MillsS (Qr Master i A\,y. 

IPorterfield, BoUlen Dundas 

(Duvall, William 

1 Lieutenants. 

iM'Caffery, 

j Maples, Henry. 

I Porter, Joseph. 

iPownall, Frederick Gunning.. 



76). 



CAPTAIN. BT. MAJOB. ^A.IOB. jBI.LT.CDL. 



Oct. 64 
Nov. 65 



Oct. 77 



Lindsay, Alexander John ,24 Nov. 77 



Oct. 77 
I Sept.70 23 Feb. 78' 
9 Nov. 70 2 Mar. 78 j 
I Apr. 72, 7 June 78 
10 Mar. 75 7 June 78 
10 Mar. 75 28 Oct. 80 
10 Mar. 75 17 Cec. 81 
10 May 76 23 Apr. 82 
25 Aug. 77 :o June 82 
25 Aug. 77 16 Sept. 82 
25 Aug. 77 16 Nov. 82 

24 Nov. 77 
24 Nov. 77 
24 Nov. 77 
24 Nov. 77 



Ewart,' John, Adjutant I Banff Artillerti Volunteers 

Tardil', Frederick Peter • 

Blackman, William^ 

Marsh, George Samuel, Adjutant i Lanarkshire')^ 

Artillery Volunteers S 

Fountain, Edward 

Pixon, Edwaid 

Aldridge, Edwardio 

Mason, John Anderson 

Watkins, William Abbott 

Logie, James 

Baker, George Ernest 

Webster, George 

Alexander Richard Penfold 



7 Apr. 78 
7 Apr. 78 
7 Apr. 78 
26 June 78 
19 Apr. 79 
24 Mar. 80 
14 Apr. 80 
I Dec. 80: 
31 Dec. 81 
9 Sept. 82 
9 Sept. 82 
9 Sept. 82 
4 Oct. 82 



16 Sept. 



' Captain Sprent served in the Crimean campaign in 1854-55, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with 
Olasp, and Turkish Medal) . Served with the expeditionary force in China in 1857-59 (Medal) . 

' Captain Davey served in the Indian mutiny campaign in 1858, and was present at the siege and capture of Luck- 
now, actions of Sirsee, Nawabgunge, Mutchleegaun, Kunda Kote, and Jurwah Pass (Medal mth Clasp). 

1 Captain Sutherland served throughout the Crimean campaign of 1854-55, and was present at the affairs of Bul- 
ganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of Almfi 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. 

" Captain Richey served in the second phase of the Ashanti war In 1874 (Medal). 

' Lieut. Blackman served in the Ashanti war of 1873-74 (Medal). 

10 Lieut. Aldridge served in the Eastern campaign in 1854-56, and was present at the siege of Sebastopol (Modal 
•with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian Mutiny campaign in 1858 (Medal). 



Royal Malta Fencible Artillery. 

The Royal Cj^jher and a Maltese Cross. 
Lt.Colonbl.— *Jfar5Mi8 Saverio de Piro, CMQ. 11 Nov. 82. 
Majob.— *Augustinus Paulus Michael Alexius Aloysius Portelli, CMQ., n Nov. 82 \Bt.Lt. Colonel, 

Captains. 
♦Frederick Gatt, 14 Feb. 72. I *John Rutter, 5 Sept. 77. 



•Joseph Speranza, 
*Paolo Bernard, 5 1 



[3 Aug. 77. 
ept. 77. 



•Alfred Sant-Fournier, 2 Dec. 62. 

•Richard Casaloni (Adj. 10 Nov. 77), 9 Aug. 64. 

•Antonio Gatt, 21 Feb. 65. 

•Alfred Cavarra, 2 May 68. 

•Alexandro Mattel, 30 Nov. 70. 



Lieutenants. 

Charles Trapani, 14 Nov. 74. 



"Alfred Trepani, i Sept. 
•Achilles P. P. M. J. A. F. X. Sammut, 
•Achilles Baron Carbonaro, i Dec. So. 
'Rinaldo BriHa, 29 June Si. 



Paymaster. — 

Adjutant. — *Lietit. Richard Casaloni, 10 Nov. 77. 
Quarter Master. — 'Michele Debono, 24 Jan. 74. 
Medical Officer. — Surgeon •Lorenzo Manche, JfD. 27 Feb. 75. 
Blue— Facings Scarlet 



War Senlces of the Officers of the Bonal AMlleiy. 187 188 

. sir Rictara D.cre, .e„.d in .1. E..U,rn c.»p.lp or .|M-», i«d-^ t^^^^^^^^^ 

7 Sir Edward Sabine served the campaign on the Niagaia i lontier m 1B14, auu wu 
siege of Fort Erie in August and September „ ^ ^ ^ jjopg ^nd South 

Ais?s\sSt"V,ss"o,''is,3iKi;'p»Ji.£!i^^^^^^^^^^^ 

fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, CJ?., Officer of tlie Legion of Honoi 4th Ua^s 01 tne ii^^^^ tran before Sebastopol, 

16 Sir Edward Warde served in the Crimean campaign o 1855, m command o^^^^^^ C£., Officer of the 
and was present at the bombardments of 9th Ai^ril and 6th and 17th June (iledal witn u abp, 

Legion of Honor, 4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal) . .„.-.. Fa<5tpm camDaign of 1854-55, and was 

17 Sir CoUingwood Dickson served on the staff of Lord Rag an during Ae Eastern 

present at the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, t^^^ battles of Ah^a^ndln^m^^ V ^^^. ^^^ ^^^ 

expedition to Kertch, and siege of Sebastopol (wounded 4th Feb 1855) ',j^°°^^^°t^fj;^r clasps, CB., Aide de Camp 
present at the bombardments of 17th October gth April, and '7th June (Medal w^tniour ^ ^^^..^■' ^^^ Turkish 
10 the Queen and Colonel, Victoria Cross Oftcer ot tjie Region of Honor, 2nd ^'^^^J^' ^jPjgj^t,X the Catholic. 
Medal^ He is also a Knight of Charles the Third. 1st «.as« f ^ Fe nando and K^^^^^^ 01 i ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^ 

18 Sir David EdNv.rd Wood commanded the Royal Ai't^l'^-^y "'^^'^^^f^T^f fn th^^^^ campaign of 1854-55, 

the affiiir of Pandora, where they acted as Cavalry and enlarged and defea^ted a larei^ Lucknow, and at the 

manded as Brigadier the Field Artillery in the operations previous to and during the s^e e "^ j the Army was 

conclusion of the siege and final capture of the town commanded the whole ottne Ami ey of Allahabad, 

broken up. Subsequently to the capture of Lucknow was appointed *« °°™?^,^°^ ^^,^,,7^^^^ times mentioned in 
and carried on the successful operations against the rebels m that part ot the counury 
despatches (Medal with Clasp, i'C'-B.). . ^„p,p^, ., inrfudin? the affairs of Bulganac and 

'=• Sir James William Fitzm^y.r ^.rv i .'. l.::.:.ru '';''™PY,^^^ o^'^^S^^^^^^^ 
M'Kenzie's Farm, battles of AIuk, :m .11 . ;■..• a ..1 '^l^'^f^ f ^^^f *°Pf^;^^^^^ [n'^bringing the Artillery at the 

October 1854; wascomplimei. e.l n. ,.1:,: - r'^irDeLacv and twice mentioned in his despatch on the 

Alma under "the hottest fire," aud uu,-:. a.^.u Lii;u.!.ed bj bii ue i.acy, ^?S;" ; ..j^ Le°-ion of Honor, 4th Class of 
repulse of the sortie on 26th October 1854 (Medal with three Clasps, CB., Officer ol the I.e„ion 01 no ,4 
the Mediidie, and Turkish Medal). . ,„ , ■ a ■„ .-^ «,« .,^ wns attached to the Spanish Army 

'^'^'i^^^^S^^s^'Sl.Z^.. ?rh''1f /r a^nTT^SSl) ^^^^k^r Te^cet^eftfe 

aud fall of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

Syrian Medal of 1 84 1. vnjn-r, nf , Re-.;- as Assist Adit.General of Royal Artillery, and 

^8 Sir John Miller Adye served the 1,:,- -. - ' ■' '^ aign of 1854 5. |S A^^^^ 
was present at the affairs of Bulganac .. n .M I-. . . : .^ . I' =^'^i' ,f f^,°f A\a„^^^ C^ Commander of the Legion of H oner, 
of Balaklava Castle, siege and fall ot f^>l'^-V:''< 'M^T^rt^.^n 18 f?8 as Assist A^^ Artillery, 

4th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Nerved m Indiam 1857 5» as Assib^^ujb Qeueria Windham, 

and was present at the action of PandooNuddoe 26th ^ov. operations befo^Cawnp^^^^^^ ^.^^^ ^^^_ 

27th 28th and 29th Nov.. battle of Cawnpore aud defeat of the GwaliorContm^^^^^^ ^^.^^^ ^^ ^^^ 

tioned in despatches, Medal). Employed on special fcrvice with the expedition 01 ^503 a^^^ aestruction of 

North-West Frontier of India, and was present at the storm of Lajoo ^ai^i r eof UmbeyUih a ^^^^,_^ ^^ ^^^^^^^^ 
Mulkah (Medal with Clasp). Served as Ch.e the ^ ^ff m the E-yptian v^ai ot 88^, ^^. ^ei-el-Kebir 

and was present at the engagements of Tel-el-Mahuta Kassas n (9th ^ept ) j^ana 1 ^^ .^^ ^ ^^^ 

(twice mentioned in despatches, received the thanks of both Houses ot Paiiiamcnt, cru.D , 
Grand Cross of the Medjidie). . +„,^i,o,. ,Rr. tn Mnrch i8=;=; including the battle 

31 Sir Charles D'Aguilar served the Crimean campaign from Septembei '^54 to Maich 855. i,„^i,|r^l^ent of 
of Inkerman (horse shot) and siege of Sebastopol, m the Trenches ^'^l^,t.^\^,,?'?f°^}?'^'^i) Served the Indian cam- 
,7th October (Medal with two Clasps, CB.. 5th Class of the Medjidie, ^^d Tu ki.h Medal)^ J^ei^^^^^ commanded 

paign of 1857-58, and commanded tlie ArtilleiT of General Pranks' Force at the action o^be^ ^^^^^^ ^^ 

the Royal Horse Ai-tillery at the siege and capture of Lucknow (thiee times menuontu lu 1 
Colonel, Medal with Clasp). . t„i „,> fi,o o^tli T'inpi8j.2 Served also the Eastern 

33 Lieut.General John Turner was present at the capture of PortNatal on "ic ^6th J ane 1842. se v^^^ ^^^^^ Inkerman, 
campaign of 1854 and up to April 1855, includmg the affair at MKenj....> ... tiM^^ ^,^ ^^^^^^ ^^ ^^^ 

siege of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on "le^^th October 8,4 1 - • ^/j'] .|^g^ %i Lt.Colonel for distin- 

Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal) Ku.u;^^^ "icvm"^^^^^ 
ffufshed service at the battle of Alma in crossing the river with two guuN. '^^^''''^'•"'j' ^^^"^ H.ei„ni,s ^ 
Russian Columns. Commanded a Troop of Roya,l Horse Artillery m India u ;«5f ||-^^,j.ij^„tlieWaikato, Tauranga 

" Major General Williams commanded the Royal Artillery m New Z'^^'.^^^^'" ^^pV NukSSaru. and several minor 
and Wanganui campaigns, and was present at Rangiawhia, Haerini, Gate Pah, NuKumar , 
affairs (twice mentioned in despatches, CB., and Medal). . ;„„i,,rt;r,o- the siese and fall of Sebastopol 

« Major General Johnson served in the Crimean campaign of 1854-35, includmg the siege 
(Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). including the siege and fall 

*: Colonels Coimell and Smyth served in the Crimean campaign from June 1855, mciuain^ me b ege 

of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). ,,,.„,„.,..„-.;„, of Roval Artillery undei ColonelM'Crea 

« Lt.Colonels Kichardson andWardell were present with thiee Battel les ot Roya. a y Europeans at 

in the revolution which upset the Eniperor Fausti m Haytiin Jan 1859 ' ^^^.^gd the thanks of tlie English and 
Port au Prince, and carried off the Emperor his family and ministers, received lue 
French Governments. -re ;,.oii,rHTit,thpaffairsofBulganacand M'Kenzie's 

" Major General Pipon served in the Eastern campaign of i854-55.includmg the aHairs 01 Bui^a 
Farm, the battles of Alma and Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with three Clasps, aiev cl 01 j , 
Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). . , g. j of Bulganac andM'Eenzie's 

" Sir Edward Hamley served the Eastern campaign of '854;;5S,mcluding theatlau^ „ ^^ Sebastopol. 

Farm.thebattlesof Alma (horse shot .Balaklava and ^^f™*^, <74"^^^^^ four Clasps, Brevets 

and repulse of the sortie on the 26th October 1854 (mentioned in despatches, Mea^-^i^ 2nd Class of the 

of Major and Lt.Colonel, Knight of the Legion of Honor Sardinian and Turkish Med^^^^^ 

Medjidie, and CB.) . Sir Edward Hamley is the author of The Operations of War a work that ma^^coimden^^^^^^ 
characterized as one of the most invaluable modern military books extant- there ^^^"*^ J™f ^a^'., , ^jde 
with it in the English language for enlightened, scientific, and sobei^eachingmthe^g 

The Times of ist Nov. 1869. Served in the Egyptian war of 1882 m command ot the jnu ^i^'^ " ' , . ^lespatches, 
at the battle of Tel-el-Kebir (received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament, twice mentioned m aespatcnes, 
KCB., Medal with Clasp, and 2nd Class of the Osmanieh). 



iSq War Services of the Officers of the Eoyal Artillery. 

5' Major General Field served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as D.A.Q.M.Gen. to the Roj-al Artillery, and was 
present at the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and with the expedition to Kertch (Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

'" Sir Charles George Arbuthnot served in the Crimean war from May 1855, including the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardments of 6th and 17th of June— twice 
wounded (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish 
Medal). Served in the Afghan war of 187S-80, and commanded the expedition against the Wuzeeree Khugianis. 
Also commanded a Moveable Column in the operations in the Hissarik and Lughman Valleys (mentioned in 
despatches. Medal). 

*« Major General Hon. D. M'D. Fraser served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, including the battle of Inkermau 
and siege of Sebastopol (Brevet of Major, Medal with two Clasps, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
Commanded a Troop of Royal Horse Ai-tillery in the action at Hyderghur 29th Nov. 1858, defeat of a rebel force at 
Bujeedia, capture of Fort Mujeedia, and action at Bankee (Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal, and CB.). 

5» Sir Michael Biddulph served throughout the Eastern campaign of T854-55, including the battles of Alma, 
Ralaklava, and Inkerman, and siege and fall of Sebastopol (mentioned in despatches, Brevets of Major and 
Lt.Colonel, Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 
Served m the Afghan war in 1878-79 in command of the Quetta division of the Candahar Field Force (mentioned 
m despatches, KCB., and Medal). 
^ ^ Maior General Hastings served in the Crimean campaign from May 1S55, including the siege and fall of 
Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardments of 6th and 17th June (Brevet of 
ilajor, Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

'"> Lieut.General Hon. B.T.Gage served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55 as Brigade Maior to the Roval Artillery, 
and was present at the affairs of Bulganac and M'Kenzie's Farm, the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman, 
capture of Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Medal with four Clasps, Brevets of Major and Lt.Colonel, 
Sardinian and Turkish Medals, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and CB.) ; was also present with the Turkish Army under 
Omar Pasha during the operations at Rudchuck and Giurgevo, in the summer of 1854, and has received the Gold 
Medal for the campaign on the Danube, awarded to him by the Turkish Government. 

'* Colonel Tupper served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Balaklava and Inkerman 
(wounded), the siege and fall of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th October 1854 (Medal with three 
Clasps, Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). 

■" Colonel Reilly went to the Crimea as Aide de Camp to Brigadier General Fox Strangways ; served in the 
Trenches during the winter of 1854-55 and was appointed Adjutant to the Siege Train in February 1855, and subije- 
quently Brigade Major; was present at the bombardments of the gth April, 6th and 17th June, "17th August, and 
Sth September. After the fall of Sebastopol he was appointed Deputy Assistant Quarter Master General at Head 
Quarters (three times mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp, CB., Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of 
Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Appointed to accompany the Prussian Army in the cam- 
paign of 1866. Appointed Military Attache to the French Army in 1870, and being attached to the Ai-my of the 
Loire, was present at the various operations around Orleans including the battles of the 2nd (battle of Artenay) 3rd ■ 
and 4t.h December, which resulted m the evacuation of the city, when he was taken prisoner by the German Army 
and sent to England (Commander of the Legion of Honor, and Medal). Commanded the Royal Artillery in 
South Africa, and was present in the field with the army during the latter part of the campaign in Zululand in 
1879 (Medal with Clasp). 

»■♦ Major GeneralBarry served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma, Balaklava, and 
Inkerman, and siege and fall of Sebastopol (mentioned in despatches. Medal with four Clasps, Brevet of Major, 
Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th Class of the Medjidie). Sei-ved in India in 1857-58, incluchng the relief 
of the Garrison of Lucknow, battle of Cawnpore, siege and capture of Lucknow— severely woiinded (twice men- 
tioned m despatches. Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with two Clasps). Sers-ed with the expedition to China in 
i860, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin 
(mentioned in despatches, CB., Medal with two Clasps). 

" Colonel Hay served as Assistant Adjutant General of Artillery with the expedition to China in i860, and was 
present at Sinho, Tangku, capture of Taku Ports, actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Brevet of Major, 
Medal with two Clasps). 

*« Colonel Spui-way served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege and 
ff'll of Sebastopol (Medal with two Clasps, Brevet of Major, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

'« Major General Michell served in the Eastern campaign of 1854, and up to May 1S55, 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 1S57-58, 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.). 

"0 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). 

'' 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 sei-ved in the operations against the Taepings in the 
vicinity of Shanghai in April and May 1862. 

'=> Colonel Ingilby sei-ved 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 Inkei-man (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) . 

'J* Major General Peel 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 1854 (mentioned in des- 
patches. Medal with three Clas)i~. Brevet of Major, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and sth Class of the Medjidie). 
Served in the Indian campaigr / 1857-58, present at the action of Secundra, commanded a troop of Horse Artillery 
:it the siege and capture of Lui luiow, and commanded the Artillery at the occupation of Fyzabad and in the action 
at Sultanpore on the 13th August 1858, and was present at several minor affairs throughout the Oude campaign 
(mentioned m despatches. Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp, and CB.). 

'" 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 Jime (Brevet of Major, 
Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

^ Major General Pennycuick sei-ved in the Crimean campaign from November 1S54, including the battle of Inker- 
man, siege and fall of Sebastopol (Brevet ol Major, Medal with two Clasps, Sardinian and Turkish Medals, and 5th 
Glass of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord Clyde, 
battle of Cawnporo on the 6th Dec, actions of Seria Ghat, Chanda, and Sultanpore, siege and capture of Lucknow 
and action of P.arree (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. 

" Colonel Oldershaw 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 
1855-56 (Medal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). 

''* Colonel G. C. Henry served in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siege and 
fa'I of Seb:istopol (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 8 
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 1850 (mentioned in ilesp.'itr'b, Medal). 

'''' Major General N. O. S. Tunier stivud in the Crimean campaign from March to September 1855, including the 
aicge and full of Sebastopol (.\le<lal with Clasp, Brevet of Major, 5th Class ofthe Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served 
in India in i8=;8, and was jircseiit at the siege and capture of Lucknow, affair of Tigree, relief of Azimghur, action 
naar Azimutghur, operations in the.Jungle, and capture of Jugdespore; as Brigade Major to the Oude Field Force 



I War Services of the Officers of the Boyal Artillery. 19° 

Under Lord Clyde in 1858-55, and present at the capture of the Fort of Amathei and action of Dundeikera (three 

f-'^i^'i^olfne'Alive^e^^^^^^^ in the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman siege and 
^^pSolonel .lurray wa. nominated to^l^^h^C^a^^the ^i^e^^ H^- 

S'=a^n from tlR^°3thDec!^867 and was present at the capture of xMagdala (mentioned m despatches, Brevet of 

^li\''I^;l;!;',l^'';/,:''l,■nou..h served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Pandoo Kuddee. 

. i-'iniiiLi uoo i( iinu^u Bcivciu p.,,,t„vp of Fort T51r\vah— severely woimded (three times mentioned m 

.sie-oaiiacaptureolL cluio\. attaclva .icaptm^ V^ command of the Royal 

.despatches, IJrevct ot M:,.,^i . - -l.H u .1, b ,0 . ■ , ■ 1 ■; ,1 ,-> Kassasin (gth Sept.), and in the battle 

'*' Colonel Cardew, Lt.Colonels Tupper and Farrell served m tln^ . ,in.,,M, , impaign from beptemuci ib:,5, 
including the siege and fail of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and lur ': lino- thP <,ip.rp o^d fall of Sebas- 

"^J C<;lfmel A. C. Johnson served in the Crimean campaign from .M : . : ' ' L^raTthP si^-eandcaptu^^^ 

: topol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Served m India m, ;, . -' ;;;• , 1 '«^"it at the siege and capture 
. of Luckiunv, and actions of Sirsee and Nawabgunge (Brevet of Major, Medal ''^X^^'^'tPl: , ^ M'Kcuzie's 

; tioned in despatches. Medal with four Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and i. urKis u 
■ ^H^Lt Colonel Harris served in the Crimean campaign from Dec. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, in 
, the Trencherwith the s'ege train, and at the bomlxirdments of gtH April. 6th and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, 
i ^^|-!.i:;ncrijSJ:^f ^?^eSti?;S^^Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the aflaii^^^J^ 
and M-Kcnzie'sFai-m, battles of Alma, Balaklava, and Inkerman capture of Balaklava, siege and fall Of Sebas- 

*°fa' E'^r^;^^^^'^?':^^tr^^^^^^ and were present at Sinho. 

^Src^'loSlfsffiraLfl.'^i^cSirylelv^fin^t^^brimean campaign from June 1855, including the siege 

^^^^Ill-^JSr^^S^ ^^KlS^^^iS! andup to Januaxy ^5,inc.i^^^^^ 
zie's Farm, battles of Alma and Inkerman, siege of Sebastopol and repulse of the sort^ on the 26th Oct. i^^^^^^^ 
with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served m India m i8:,8, and was piesent at 
^'aj^^l^hni^fle^'^^sS-vSf^Ai^'t'camp to Major General Sir W. ^-Wmiams during th^wliole^ the 

I, » letlevrrom tie Foreign Offlee. <l«»V''' .*'""V i*=»' S'^?^SS*l,,?^ev?Se, r .i ■ J^^ ' m 
1 Se SSth S tat of the ,tb Cl.„ of tUo Le.lon of Houor. H.. •'«<> '"^X'^.s,? Ew S the bUUe of Inker- 

|™n,sroVS=pxr-Li\Se?r.^;h^^^^^^^ 

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158 Colonel M. Tayl 



./theTe^ches^wftkVesieget^a^^^^^^^^ 

and 17th August (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class of the Medjidie, and Turkish M cdal) . 
; 159 ColonelKeate served in the Crimean campaign from March to August 185:, and was piesent at the sie^e ot 
[ Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). t 1 , q-- ;„ni,i,ii,Tcr tv,P sipw n,„i f-iii of 

'r 160 Lt Colonel de Moleyns served in the Crimean campaign from July 1S55, including the siege and laU ot 
! Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). tt„„„i„„i.,„ P„l,,r,ir, in Lq-, inrludino- the 

1" Colonel Ivmllev M'oMaud sorvod tlinni-liout the operations with Havelock s Column in i«j7,incuam„uie 

notions nfPn', ore \. I'ndon Xinl.Tr,. Camipore, Oonao, Buseerutgunge (first and secoud), Boorbeakc- 

cfoXe M^ M ■ ^n/ Tmnh.^^^^ r,l ■ and .U^ence of the Residency at Lncknow, with Outra,m\s Force m 
I the\lumbi l^iV^ Selimporeand Sundeelam 

i^!p, .!! 7 ; ,',n Mp 1-1 with thvpp (Mains and a year's service . Was appointed a military attache 

1 ^'tS'r b;';^s '; , ■ :;;, ,a ::^^1^oi^SnS^du;;ng tllellus^Tur^ish war in 1S77, and was with the Head Quarters o f 

■ ii despatches, CJJ, Medal with Clasp, and 3rd Class of the Medjidie). ;„oi„ri;n<r tlip siPtrp and fall of 

1" Lt.Colonel Tweedie served in the Crimean campaign from April 1855. mcludmg the sie^e and fall ot 
Sebastopol, and battle of Tchernaya (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Also served m India m 1858, and 
' was engaged in the repulse ot the mutinous Sepoys at Mooltanm July (.Meaaij. 



19 r War Serdces of the Oflicers of the lu»j<d ArfiUcrij. 

'~° Colonel Hanwell t^crved in the Crimeau campaign from May 1855, including the siege and fall of Scba; 
topol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

'■^ Colonel Betty served in the New Zealand war in 1864-66, including the Waikato campaign and action a 
Orakau (mentioned in despatches) in command of a Battery ; also during the Wanganui campaign, and commande 
the Field Guns in action on the Patea river in March 1865, and in other skirmishes on the Wanganui coast, an 
present at the attack and defeat of the natives at Kaitaki (Medal) . 

1" Colonel Wyllie and Major Phillpotts served with the expedition to China in i860, and were present at Sinho 
Tangku, captm-e of Taku Forts, actions near Taugchow, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps) . 

'"8 Colonel H. T. Arbuthnot served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the affair at M'Kcnzie' 
Farm, battles of Akna and Inkerman, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and repulse of the sortie on the 26th Oct. 185 
(Medal with three Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served in the Indian campaign c 
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). 

1'^ Sir Robert Biddulph served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Alma an 
Balaklava, siege and fall of Sebastopol, and expedition to Kertch (Medal with three Clasps, Turkish Medal, and sti 
Class of the Medjidie). Served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Kalee Nuddee, siege am 
capture of Lucknow (as D. A.Q.M. General of Ai-tillery), action of Jamo (as Brigade Major to the Field Force), an^ 
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 ojjerations in the Byswarra district, passage of the Gogra, and various actions on th • 
Nepaul frontier, also operations there in 1S50 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, an( 
was present at Sinho, Tangku, captm-e of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Brevet 0' 
Major, Medal with two Clasps). Was promoted Brevet Lt.Colouel for services in India. i 

"I Lt. Colonel P. E. Hill served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battles of Balaklava an( 
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 1S58-59 (Medal). 

182 Lt.Colonel Rideout served throughout the Eastern campaign of 1854-55, including the battle of Inkerman, siegi 
and fall of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of 17th October, gth April, 6thand 171! 
June, 17th August, and 8th September; on the last bombardment he commanded a battery of Mortars (mentione( 
in despatches. Medal with two Clasps, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Tui-kish Medal). Served with the Roya 
Horse Artillery throughout the campaign of 1858-59 in Oude, including the occupation of Fyzabad, passage of th( 
Goomtee at Suitanpore, affair's at Shahpore, Paleeghat, and Kandoo Nuddee ; and in the Trans-Gogra district a 
the affair of Churda, capture of the Fort of Mujeedia, and action of Bankee (Medal). 

163 Lt.Colonel Humfrey served in the Crimean campaign from March 1S55, in the Trenches with the siege trail 
before Sebastopol, and at the bombardments of qth April, 6th and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, Sardinian and 
Turkish Medals). 

'^* 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 1S65, 
and was present at the taking of Stockades at Bala Piiss, 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 1S69 under Brigadier General W. F. Nuthall. 
Commanded the 9th Brigade Royal Artillery in the Jowaki campaign in 1877-78, and was present at the forcing of 
the Shergasha Pass, and at the taking of Piistownee (sbghtly wounded) and Wall (mentioned in despatches. Clasp). 
Commanded the 9th Brigade Royal Artillery in the Afghan war in 1878-79, and was present at the capture of Ali 
Musjid (mentioned in de.spatches. Brevet of Lt.Colonel, Medal with Clasp). 

16= Lt.Colonel de Winton (wounded) served the Crimean campaign from January 1S55, including the siege and 
fall of Sebastopol, in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of qth April and 6th and 17th June 
(Medal with Clasp, Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal) . 

180 Lt.Colonel the Hon. R. V. Dillon was present at the captui-e of Canton in Dec. 1857 (Medal with Clasp). 

18" Lt.Colonel Liluellyn served throughout the Abyssinian campaign from the 13th Dec. 1867 and commanded two 
guns left in garrison at Addigerat (Medal). 

169 Colonel Hickes served in the Crimean campaign from Nov. 1854, including the siege and fall of Sebastopol, 
in the Trenches with the siege train, and bombardments of gth April and 6th and 17th June (Medal with Clasp, 
Knight of the Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). Served as Aide do Camp to Brigadier General Crofton with 
the expedition to China in i860, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, 
and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps, and Brevet of Major) . 

191 Lt.Colonel W. G. Martin served in the Crimean Campaign from December 185410 January 1855, including the 
siege of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Tm-kish Medal). 

193 Lt.Colonel F. A. Anley served in the Crimean campaign from March 1855, in the Trenches with the siege train 
before Sebastopol, including the bombardments of the 9th April, 6th and 17th June, 17th August, and 5th 
September (mentioned in despatches, 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. 

19* Major Ellis, subsequent to the fall of Sebastopol, served in the Crimea 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 i6th November 1858 to the i6th March 1859 with the Berar Field Force, and was 
employed to destroy by mines one of the strongholds of the Rohillas in the Deccan. Served throughout the 
Abyasmian 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 Supern\mierary was subsequently employed as Provost, Marshal and in the Land 
Transport Train. Commanded a Division of the Train in the Highlands of Abyssinia for several months. Held 
command of tho Train at Sooroo and at Addigerat, two important posts on the iine of communication to Magdala 
(mentioned in despatches, Medal). 

195 Colonel O. H. A. Nicolls served in the Crimean campaign of 1854 till October of that year. Servedalso the 
^?^'^?''>'^'^ °^ '^^5 ^^°^ 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 1875-77 under Major 
General the Hon. Sir P. Colborne, including the advance on and capture of Kinta in December 1875 (Brevet of 
Lt.Colonel, Merlal with Clasp). 

197 Sir John Campbell served in the Crimean campaign from 28th March 1855, including the siege and fall of Se- 
bastopol, m the Trenches with the siege train, and at the bombardments of 9th April, 6th June, 17th June, T7th 
August, and Sth 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 
I? rench General's despatches lor services in command of two Howitzers m support of the French attack), actions 
""l^J langchow and surrender of Pekin (Medal with two Clasps). 

-'99 Lt.Colonel Elton served in the Crimean campaign from March 1855, 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, 
*^"'*?^' °,^''^'= Legion of Honor, and Turkish Medal). 

Lt.Colonel Rooke served in the Crimean campaign from August 1855, including the siege and fall of Se- 
bastopol Qledal with Clasp, and Tuikish Medal). 

/,r* ^'■•'^'^'oiis' Wortham soi-vod 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. Sei-vcd with the expedition to China in i860, and was 
present at Sinho, Tangku, and capture of Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). 

■"'■' Lt.Colonel Maule served in the Crimean campaign from May 1855, in the Trenches with the siege train at 
siege and fall of Sebastopol, and bombardments of 6th and 17th June and 17th August (Medal with Clasp, Sardi. ia 1 
and Turkish Medals). Served also in India in 1857-59 with the Rajpootana Field Force under General Roberts, 1.11 1 
was present in the action of Pertabghur (.Medal). 

218 Colonel Geary served in the Crimean campaign ft-om May 1855, in the Trenches with the siege train at the sicg 
and fall of Sebastopol, and bombardments of the 6th and 17th June and 17th August (Medal with Clasp, 5th Class o 



War Se/vlcea of the OJiccru of the lioijal ArtlUerij. 192 

ithe Medjidie, and Turkish Medal). Served in the field during the Indian mutiny from October 1858 to 1859 in the 
' Jugdespore district, and with Sir Hope Grant's and Gorruckpore Field Forces. Served throughout the Abyssinian 
campaign from ist January 1868 as Brigade Major of Artillery and was present at the action ol Arogee and capture 
of Magdala (mentioned in despatches, Brevet of Major, and Medal). . • ^ ^i, • 

207 Lt. Colonel Rice served in the Cruneau campaign from May to August 1855, with the siege tram at the siege 
of Sebastopol, and bombardments of 6th and lyth June (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). 

2»8 Lt.Colonel J. H. P. Anderson served in the Crimean campaign from August 1855, including the siege and tail 
of Sebastopol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Present at the capture of Canton in December 1857 ; ana 
served with the expedition of 1S60, present at Sinho, Tangku, capture of Taku Forts, actions near Tangchow, and 
surrender of Pekin (Medal with three Clasps). . . , p „ <• o 1 

2"^ Lt.Colonel A. S. Hunter served in the Crimean campaign from May 1855, including the siege and tall ot beuas« 
topol (Medal with Clasp, and Turkish Medal). Also served in the field during the New Zealand war m 1867. . 

211 Lt.Colonel Staveley served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Kalee Nuddee, aflair ot 
1, Ramgunga, siege and capture of Lucknow, actions of Bareilly, Shahjehanpore, and Mohumdee, capture of Fort 
Buniiia and Rampore Kussiah, passage of the Gogra at Fyzabad, and affair of Mucheegaun (Medal with Clasp) . ;• 

213 Lt.Colonel Edmeades served in India in 1857-58, and was present at the action of Kalee Nuddee, battle ot 
Cawnpore on 6th Dec, and action of Sherghur Ghat (Medal). 

2ii Lt.Colonel Burn sensed in India in 1857-58, and was present at the capture of Nurgoond on 1st June ibab 
f Medal). Served with the exnedition to China in 1S60, and was present at Sinho, Tangku, and capture of Taku i orts 
(Medal with Clasp). " ,. „ <.t , , t ^ 

='5 Lt.Colonel William Smith served in the Indian campaign of 1S57-59, including the relief of Lucknow by Lord 
Clyde, battle ofCawnpore on 6th Dec, actions of Serai Ghat (mentioned m despatches), Chanda, Umeerpore, and 
Sultanpore, siege and capture of Lucknow, attack of the Moosabagh, and action of Barree ; afterwards present with 
variousforcesinpursuitoftheenemyand 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 m the N ew 
Zealand warm 1864 in command of a Detachment of Royal Ai-tUlery in the campaigns on the Waikato and a^ le 
Ranga including the attack on the Gate Pah, where his guns were reported by Sir Duncan Cameron as havmg been 
of great service (Medal) . 

2" Lt.Colonel Talbot served with the expedition to China in i860, and was present at Tangku, and capture ot 
Taku Forts (Medal with Clasp). , ,. p 

220 Lt.Colonel Oliver served in the Indian campaign in 1857-58, including the action of Pandoo Nuddee, operations ot 

the 27th 28th and 2gth Nov. before Cawnpore, and battle there on 6th Dec, actions of Kalee Nuddee and Ramgunga, 
siege and capture of Lucknow, actions of Bareilly, 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 186^-65, and commanded the Artillery of the left column at the taking ot the 
Fort of Dalimkote, and in the affair at Chamoorehoe (mentioned in despatches. Medal with Clasp). 

2" Lt.Colonel Morgan served in India in 1S57-5S, 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 Pekm (Medal 
with two Clasps). a- ■ e 

2" Lt.Colonel Ford sei-ved in India in 1857-5S, including the relief of Lucknow (wounded) by Lord Clyde, affair ot 
Bundah, of the Alumbagh from Jan. to March, siege and capture of Lucknow (mentioned in despatch. Medal with 
two Clasps). . 

"8 Lt.Colonel Chalmers served in the Indian campaign of 1857-58, including the action of Kalee Nuddee, affair ot 
Ramgunga, siege and captm-e of Lucknow, actions of Bareilly, Shahjehanpore, and Mohumdee (Medal with Clasp). 
2^8 Colonel H. Brackeubury 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 ot 
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 OlBcer 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 Kniiier-.i- uf Germany. Accompanied Sir Garnet 
Wolseley to the Gold Coast in September 1S73 as Assistant Milii.n v Sinvtary.and served throughout the Ashanti 
war of 1873-74, including the action of Essamen, relief of Abniki ;,i..i-:i, linttle of Amoaful, battle of Ordahsu and 
capture of Coomassie (mentioned in despatches. Brevet of Maj.ir, M, .h, 1 v. i!li Clasp). In 1S75 was further rewarded 
with the Brevet of Lt. Colonel on return from special service with Sir (.n •.. 1 W.-i-, |, . n, Nutal. Served as Mihtary 
Secretary 10 Sir Garnet Wolseley in the latter part of the Zulu \\:i . ; ; :'■■••■ il.c operations against 

Sekukuui in 1S79, being prei-ent at the storming of the strongl.oUI. ! ■ i : ■ . : ; -f Chief of the Staff m 
«outh Africa from the 29th Sept. 1S79 to the 7th Feb. i8So (muntioucd m ^i ;■.- '. . ' ' . Medal with Clasp). 

2*0 Lt.Colonel the Hon. A. Stewart served with the expedition to ( 'hiiui in i Eoo. and was present at Smho, iangku, 

actions near Tangchow, and surrender of Pekin (Medal with Clasp) . Served in the Afghan war of 1S7S-S0, and was 

present in the engagements at Futtehabad and on the Gara Heights near Kam Dakka (mentioned in despatches, 

Brevet of Lt.Colonel, and Medal). 

2*2 Lt.Colonel Cottingham served in India in 1857-58 ; and was present at the action of Pandora, and action ana 

i capture of Tiroul (Medal). 

I 243 Lt.Colonel Auchinleck served in the Indian Mutiny in 1S57-59, and was present at the actions at Cawnpore 

1 on the 5th and 6th December 1S57, and the defeat of the GwaUor Contingent, the action of Khodagunge, and the 

I re-occupation of I'uttehghur. Was also present at the affair at Kunkur on 6th April 1858, and at the attack and 
capture of Fort Saudee and the pursuit of Ferozeshah (Medal). Served with the Royal Artillery in the Afghan war ot 

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